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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 18, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SEVENTY-NINE STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1957. NUMBER SEVENTEEN
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I L f/I 2 Men Sought Health Dept. Seeks. ,Boy Feared Judge To Hear Tentative Budget



On Drug Counts Bitten By Coon Suspected Rabid Motions In Suit

Somewhere in Starke or vicinity there is a boy who might Adopted By City

have been bitten by a rabid coon.

Nabbed In TexasTwo If the coon was rabid, as suspected there is a possibility that For 'Vote Recount

____ this boy might develop rabies on or after October 23. Once Provides For Spending Qf $491,268;

qt the symptoms of rabies appear, there is no known cure. Deathis
., men who have been the Merrill Edwards' suit to obtaina
'' subjects of an intensive search by certain. recount in the city clerk race New Garbage Police Vehicles SetA

."-- *- ,- Sheriff P. D. Reddish were captured That is' why the Bradford County Health Department has in which he was declared a two ,

Saturday in Dallas, Tex. 5 Ion issued an alert this week for three boys, two about 12 years vote loser will make its first appearance -
The first check to swell the amount of prize money for winners warrants issued here chargingthem old and one around 16, who were seen playing with a coon on before a judge next new city budget which includes provisions for expand.

In the livestock exhibits at the fair is received by fair officials. In with and Thursday Oct. 24, when Circuit and beautificationand
illegal possession Broadway Street between the county' jail and Dowling apartments I ; ed garbage service, a new police car a
photo, Guy Andrews, (left), Fair A "n. chairman, turns the $150 sale of drugs. about 11 o'clock last Sunday morning. Judge John A. H. Murphree will recreation program was tentatively adopted by the City

check from the State Agricultural! Dept, over to Kenneth Grider. The pair, Herbert Lannis Pip consider aspects of the petition. Council at special planned session last week.
Two different witnesses have (informed the Health Depart in .a .. ..
and Daniel Attorneys the
Fair Assn. treasurer, uhile G. T. Huggins, co-chairman uf the Iheatock pin, 36 Benitez 18, case 'expect -
Tne new calls for toe
are accused of being the men who ment that the animal bit the older boy's hand, deep enough to that Judge Murphree will hand budget the light and water fund budgetare
division looks on. spending of a total $491,268
sold a quantity of Biphetamine cause bleeding. jj down decisions on motions to deny an estimated $13,500 increasein
and
under both the general fund
: "-'- 4* ,' q 1' I I resin, a nervous system stimulant, Dr. A. Y. Covington. county oealth officer, said yesterdaythat the recount made by attorneysfor the light and water fund, an increase the price'of fuel oil and addi-

___ T- "*:.,( to William P. Reames, Starke if the coon was wild it was undoubtedly sick, and possibly the defendants, Carl, Johns and of $37,189 over last year. tional money for transformers,
youth who was arrested earlier the City Council in office at the sewer note payments as
survey
with rabies since these animals But the increased
-4$3 are never known to come into despite spend-
., : jJilb this month on a charge of illegal time of the election. If the motions well as transfers from other ac
-w. town in daylight unless afling. If it was there is ing the officials foresee increased
.. possession of drugs. a pet coon, are granted the ease will end counts.
: revenues to provide for all of the
.' ,. .' Taken into custody with Pip- a possibility the animal was not rabid, Dr. Covington said, but there and recount will be held. J.ending additional support to
.a4 tudgeted items as well as about
'!>.. ../ pin and Benitez,were Edith Ben it should be brought to the Health Department immediatelyfor City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr., $3.500 to take care of contingencies. the financial condition of the cityis

'. ... nett a former Starke waitress, tesing.A representing ,the Council members the Council's prediction that
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:< and a 16-year-old boy also from who composed the Board of Can- i when the final accounts are totaled -
small bitten rabid in
girl was by a cat Starke last week, "The city is in good shape
Staike. No formal charges have vassers, last Thursday filed a motion the city will have a surplus of
'.: and another cat: wa*,found'dead to the same neighborhood since Council chairman T. C. (Cliff)
been tne : asking the court to. enter a and under
between $30,000
fItl placed against woman $20,000
.t.'rI: I and boy but they are being held then, Dr.'Coving-ton.: ; Mid with the possibility that it might I decree in favor of his clients. He budget Hazen Jr.meeting said at and the other close officials of the last year's budget.It .

t ;t; : for investigation.Sheriff have died of rabies- also. charged that Edwards has "no I joined him in expressions of satis is planned to use this moneyin

..'I:__,." ...,. ,' Bill Decker in Dallas Anyone having information as' to the identity of the three genuine issue of any material faction over the budget. the sewer projects which are
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.' ... ?:rIf:<. i;. notified Reddish Wednesday that boys with the coon last Sunday morning .should contact the facts." "The new budget will permitthe being planned.
f." J .* ->. __ all four have signed extradition' The final is expected to
.. In support of his motion Thomas budget
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: Health immediately 74. to
(.oj ."...,... ... Department phone city operate on an even
; waivers and will return to Florida I I the
'" submitted affidavits from the keel and permit some expanded be adopted as soon as changes

voluntarily. Men from the Sher- I election clerks certifying that the services. well," City Clerk Carl recommended 'by the Council are

. iff's office and Florida Sheriffs Sheriff recorded vote was accurate and Johns remarked. inserted by the auditor.
Bureau left early Thursday morn Reports ProgressIn from chief clerk Charles Hardy These sentiments indicated the The city's share of $9,301 in the

ing to bring the four back. certifying that the election laws contrast between the new budget new mosquito control project under

',.- Pippin and Benitez were at first Probe Of Fire Shooting"We were fully complied with.A and last year's budget which had which a bulldozer has been
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sought by Reddish as suspects in I similar motion had previously been described as providing for purchased and sanitary land fill

the house burning and shooting 1 been filed by attorney A. Z. only the bare necessities of operating ;is to be operated has also been
have made quite a bit of j\nd a state fire marshal. The I
Lynn White, son of Mr. and Sirs. J. B. White of Heilbronn, begins incidents involving moonshine I (Andy). Adkins Jr., attorney for the city. included.
progress this week and the inves- sheriff revealed that during the
the job of shining up his year-old Angus bull for exhibition In.. witness Robert L. Patterson, but tigation is going more strongly last two weeks several Johns, the declared winner in the Of the $491,268 in the total
persons
the fair. I the sheriff indicated this week election. In his motion Adkins
than ever," Sheriff P. D. Reddish have undergone lie detector tests' budget, $161,667 comes under the
that his suspicion of them in this said that Edwards "in his complaint general fund to be spent for the Old Bill Permits
said this week about the probe in, Tampa under sponsorship of i
connection has cooled, though has failed
I to state a causeof cperating of the fire department,
into moonshine witness L.Patterson's the Sheriffs Bureau but would
they will probably be questioned house burning and not reveal of the I action upon which relief 'can police department, street and garbage -
Plans concerning the incidents. any findings. be based." ||I and administra- Power Sales
Shaping Up shooting incidents. But the sheriff Several others are slated to be I Apartment City
The sheriff said that some of II At the hearing Thursday Adkins I live division of the city. In the
about tested I
would reveal no information by the machine, he said. I
the drugs were found on the two and Thomas will present argu- light and water fund, $329,601 has
men when they were arrested. his findings or the course the investigation Last week toe auto glass which ments urging the granting of the I, been set up to pay for power plant

For County Fair Warrants for the pair were issued Patterson is who taking.suddenly vacated was struck by the/bullet fired at motions for denial of the recount operation water and sewer ser Beyond LimitsAn
Patterson from another car was
last week by County Judge T. A. while attorney Mack Futch, rep- vices.
Junction home
Yawn and bond set at $3,000 his' Hampton sent to FBI laboratories in'Wash- resenting Edwards, will argue The fund is old, forgotten special act
last week, has been contacted by general budget an
also wanted in ington, D. C. but no'findings haveteen of the which could be
The it.
each. legislature
PreparatiQns for the forthcoming men are against
Bradford. County Fair the sheriff again and is living in to the sheriff. increase of $2,688 over last year'sand
hit high gear this week with opening date only little Tampa. on breaking and entering Jacksonville.The reported Edwardsby the count of the the light and water fund bud of benefit to the city in its campaign

than a week away. a more charges with bond set at $3,000 sheriff has been working: S' ,The sheriff is ,investigating the election inspectors was given get has increased $34,501. for more electric power
each also. fir? which ,burned down Patter- official approval of the Board of customers was'rediscovered last
Estimated increases for the
., The week's activities will get off to a'gala start Monday, Pippin and Benitez were tracked from this weelfWith'three the Florida Sheriffs investigators Bureau son's house in' the early morning Canvassers, lost out to Johns bya of the fire department operation week by City Attorney A. J.

Oct.28, with a parade through town and another parade down through investigationby hours of Sept. 12 and the incident vote of 752-750 in the Sept. 10 police department and street and Thomas Jr. and the Council was

will spark .a. day full of festive events for the final day. the sheriff and the Florida in which Patterson was the tar- election.In garbage department which totaled told Tuesday night of its exist-
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otuuruay COL-' IMOV. z. Sheriffs Bureau. They were be- Drivers ChargedIn get for a pistol bullet fired from his petition for a recount Ed'wc4rds $9,905 were offset by an estimated -' ence.

Guy Andrews, chairman of the te done by Gifford Rhodes. live- ing sought in connection with the a car which pulled alongside his ; alleged that Johns was decrease of $7,215 in the administrative The act, passed in 1925, gives

Fair Assn., said that work had Mock specialist with the State fire and shooting even before the Auto Crash on Sept. 13.Patterson. given credit for erroneously and department broughton the city authority to furnish elec-

begun on preparing the fairgroundfor Marketing Bureau. arrest of Reames brought the a federal witness in illegally marked ballots; that incorrect principally by completion of a, tricity, sewer and water to mun-

.the tents, exhibits and midway Besides the exhibits the fair drug count against them. They woman was admitted to the moonshine cases against several and mutilated ballots were $S,000 note payment and transfer. icipalities and customers in

activities. Dirt is being hauled in. will also feature rides, concessionsand i have been in and out of Starkefor the Qne hospital and the drivers of i area men, testified before the marked for Johns; that the clerks I of expenditures to other accounts, Bradford County and adjoining

Andrews said, and the livestock shows provided 'by the Page I a number of weeks, the sheriff both cars were charged with traf-I federal grand jury last month. (Continued on Page 8)) The street and garbage depart. counties outside the city limits of
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exhibit spaces renovated.W. I Shows of Palatka. said, staying at various motels. fic violations as the result of a i ment is scheduled td operate under Starke.

H. Graham,. commercial exhibit The children will be special Possession of such drugs as are two car collision Sunday mornIng -' Arrest Opposed By Negroes a budget of $57,925 which in- Council members noted that

chairman, said this week that guests at the fair on one day during involved in this case, unless pre- at the intersection of Walnut cludes provisions for a new gar- several persons outside the city

spaces for commercial displaysare the week with the white children scribed or given by a physician I I and Madison streets. bage truck and an additional three : had asked about obtaining city

being rented fast but that a taking over on Wednesdayand was made illegal in an act passedby Belle Colrard nan crew to operate it. In approving power and that this act would
the colored I children the 1957 session of the Legis-! Injured was Mrs. Mobwhen added facilities
few spaces are still left. A 10 their given Moss of Petersburg, Va. who suf- Policemen Menaced By Reno these the pave the way for the city ,to
by'10 space can be rented for $10, day on Thursday. lature. bruises. Mrs. Moss council members cited the need serve them.
Graham Another fair highlight will fered multiple for efficient service to
said.Bu.ine3ses benn more keep
was driving south on Walnut St. The routine arrest of a Reno they spotted Griffin Thomas told the Council, however -
old time fiddling contest sche- stagger-\\ with the growth of the city,
which have contracted I duled for Ray Stone Named when her car was struck 'toy one Negro on a drunk charge Satur- ing across the road. up I that he did not believe the
Saturday Nov. 2, at 5 which had expanded beyond the
for exhibit space so far include p. m. at the fairgrounds. Prizes of UN Day ChairmanMayor driven by Edna Ethridge of MI- day night flared into a tension ed him at first with little trouble, scope of the present equipment.A city would have the authority to
a concern which producesthe $20 for first am!. packed incident in which two but when the men started 'to seat impose utility taxes on customers
fur. place, $10 for second new police cruiser to replacethe
boat >earing animal, Nutria, and $5 for third will be awarded.All : W. T. Jackson this week Mrs. Moss was charged with Starke policemen were threatened themselves in the car with Fill- Buick now in service was outside the city limits.In .
tractor and automobile dealers and causing with mob action toy a crowd of I yaw driving, Griffin beside him on other action, the Council
and persons wishing to enter are announced that Ray Stone, Alvarez running a red light planned in the $38,885 police department -
others
Graham said. the front seat and Hill in back the considered a draft of ordin-
Graham asked to register with W. S. Sib- Clothing Store salesman. an accident and Miss Ethridge was Negroes.The : budget. Also included an
said for anyone desir- driv- officers, Carl and jumped out of the and ance regulating truck traffic on
of with illegal speed Fillyaw Negro car
ley, chairman of the event or has been named as chairman charged were provisions for a policewoman -
ing space to contact him at Alvarez Hill said the hostile streets. When the
that started city
license and caus- George running. passed
leave names at the Bradford the U. N. Day activities to be ing without a to serve at the high school
Clothing Store. crowd pressed in on them as they law will designate certain truck
chase
accident. Fillyaw tackling .
County Telegraph. observed Oct. 24. ing an gave street crossing.On
Prize money totaling $650 is in I _ were struggling with the Negro, Griffin in the road three times, recommendation of Council routes and prohibit trucks with

Should the hands of fair officials and Team Meets DeLand George Griffin, who was resisting twice the Negro was able to gain man Randal Chitty the Council more than a five ton load from
help boost the incentiveof Thursday tis arrest with members of the crowd
livestock his footing and continue running. agreed to insert a provision in the using other streets except in
owners in exhibiting urging the others to prevent them Hill climbing into the back seat $16,823 fire department budget for cases of delivery or other except-

quality animals. from "taking him in." of the car did not immediatelynotice uniforms for the firemen. The ions.Two
George Huggins and Joe Woods BHSThe The crowd was dispersed only of
Palatka the Negro's flight. Council members also approved representatives Rey-
co-chairmen: of the Overpowers
sion livestock divi- after Deputy Sheriff Charles R. Hill finally brought Griffin the spending of $1,485 over last nolds. Smith and Hill consulting

., predicted... that the quality Cox arrived with a double barreled down and, thev.. rolled__ __ _into____ the_n_I year for hose, (fire jackets and engineering firm of Jacksonville
ana quantity of the livestock Thursday, Oct. 17 the Torna- sawed-off shotgun, with other read. As Fillyaw" was strugglingwith other equipment.The discussed with the Council the
t would be better than ever. By Mark Moore j ond T. D. The try for extra point
at the does will again engage in the city and county officers arrivingon Griffin. Hill came up and administrative division is master sewer plan which was
"We have
had more failed leaving the score
requests for The Starke Tornadoes last Friday battle called football when they the scene'soon after. and succeeded in clamping hand scheduled to operate on $48,034 prepared for the city recently.The .
than 12-6.
half
space we could end of the first
said. supply, Hug- night suffered defeat for meet the Bulldogs from Deland. As a result of the episode four cuffs on the Negro's left arm, in the coming year. Included in men explained that the plan,
gins The greater demand half the Tor-
will give the officials the first time this season when During the second Three of Deland's main players Negroes were arrested with a tot- but the men were twisting and this section is a provision for $1- though calling for more than a

tunity to screen out an oppor- they were overpowered by the nadoes dug their toes in a little are Summerford. FB. Underhill, al of nine charges placed against turning so that he could not hold 500 for playground equipment for million dollar program, was

stock and guarantee poor top quality Palatka Maroons, 18-6. deeper and made Palatka fight: TB and Ashcraft. LE. Deland them. They were later released the other arm. During the strug- the parks and shrubbery for the meant to be a guide and couldbe

animals. quality The game started in a rugged for their yardage. The Maroons; has lost two games and won two under Those bonds totaling $965. gle, Fillyaw said, Griffin grabbedat beautification of the city, an item installed in steps. The plan
arrested
were Griffin who his but could not it Mrs. Johns. laid out for the whole
Each far thia season. pistol get promoted by Ruby was city,
animal exhibited fashion with Starke TD so
thr last
will wina receiving and games
their third posted a $200 bond
made on a chargeof
cut of the holster because of a Accounting for the increase in I the representative explained.
ribbon and an award Huggins ball and gaining only 3 yard Coach Register stated this
I when Charles Oaborne fumbledthe resisting arrest and $35 on the strap holding it in.
said. Blue ribbons will be award before kicking to Hickenlooper on week, "We will be at some disadvantage -, intoxication charge; Cornelius

ed to the best animals with red Palatka's 21 yard-line. The Maroons ball on Starke's 31 yard-line.through because ,of injuries Covington, posted $200 on a 50 The and crowd 60, had numbering gathered between by this Bound For Kansas City I

and white ribbons awarded to gained only 5 yards which. Donnie Thompson drove but I think we stand a good charge inciting ,a riot $200 on time and were throwing out ... _
ers. Present. plans are for oth-j Were lost in a penalty. The Tor- bringing the score to .18-6. The chance ofwinning." Bob Taccia, a resisting arrest charge and $35 threats of violence to keep the -

ribbons beef or dairy to win. nadoes received the ball on th try for extra .point again faled. W. H. 'Johns. James Thomas and or. a drunk 'charge; John Cummings officers from taking Griffin to 1 ? -- $

red ribbons. $8 and white ribbon 35 yard-line and Osborne carried Palatka might have scored i Rudolph Hutcheson will be out posted $200 on a resisting jail Fillyaw said. When they .r' '4 _____

$6; blue ribbon hogs $8, red, $6 it to the 49. Osborne, Charles again but the Tornadoes pulleda of the game and Charles Noesel! arrest charge' $35 on public intoxication succeeded in handcuffing Griffin.

and white ribbon, $4 Poultry; and Noegel, and Bubba Lamee made new formation called the may not be able to play. The charge and $35 on ,a Fillyaw took him to the car while

rabbits, blue ribbon, $1 red rib- sizeable gains until Noegel tooka "Crazy Spread" and threw the rest of the team seem to be in profane language charge; Cephus Hill started toward Cummingswho

ton. 75c and white ribbon, 50c. left-end sweep into pay-dirt Maroons off guard. Coach Len- good shape and will give the Little who posted $25 on a 'public was drunk and had been especially -

The livestock judging will be a from the 15 yard-line. The try nard Register said, "rm well ,. Bulldogs a stiff fight..One of the intoxication count. vile in his remarks, Fill- V

highlight of the gala rural-urban for the extra point failed leavingthe pleased with the way the boys many good things about the Tornadoes The cases were turned over to yaw said. ; fln

day Wednesday, Oct. 30, ,and will score 6-0. played. They did their best is that they know how the county and the bonds were When he got to the car with J4 ___

I Maroons were held down that"s all anyone can ao.:' to lose as well as to win. Their set by County Judge T. A. Yawn: Griffin, Fillyaw noticed that Hill _

Bad Checks Charged to small, gains through the rest \ One would have thought from fighting spirit is still high so This is the account of. the incident was encircled by the crowd.

crowd last Friday out and cheer them on as told by Fillyaw: ."It looked like he t4
To Raiford of the first quarter. Early in the looking at the come on was being )
Man
The two policemen, on a cruise "
second quarter the Tornadoes. that it was Starke's homecoming. to victory over Deland. mobbed Fillyaw said. He grabbed -

Three charges of took the ball on their 20 yard- The stadium was packed with AIM Thursday night at 7 p. m. in the police car through Reno, the radio microphone and sent :

checks passing worth line and were held there for fans of both teams. The fans of Hu.. Bradford, Widest.., Team will were almost in front of a tavern I out an alarm for help but with
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against a Ralford placed three downs. On the fourth down I each team left the stadium feeling have a game at the Bradford the haste and the noise createdby
man
serving a sentence in Lake who is Butler now when Gary Bennett tried to punt proud of their favorites, for Stadium. Coach Register urges 3 Win Door Prizes the crowd could not be sure

for similar offenses. Palatka'a Royce Hood plunged both teams played a good game. everyeon to come early for the At Plant Open HouseMrs. if it was heard.

The man. E. C. Rodgers through the line and blocked it High' School game and see the After a few moments Hill with

been accused in affidavits of has placing the Maroons on Starke's To Midgets perform. pistol drawn, emerged from the

ing' a $20 worthless check pass- 15 yard-line. From there Donnie Midgets PlayThe STATISTICS T. J Griffin of N. Cherry crowd with Cummings to tow. As

Stumps Dept. Store, a $25 at Thompson raced across the goal Starke! Palatka Street was the winner of the I they put both of the Negroes in
checkat
Gem Jewelry and another checkat for Palatka's first T. D. Midget football team First Downs 4 6 $25 door prize ,given at the open the car the crowd pressed in on The Bradford FFA Chapter's state swine judging champions,and

105 119 house at the City Light and them Fillyaw said, encirclingthem. advisor P. C. Hutching left last for
Koch's Drug Store. The total The Starke team received the will play an intn-squad Yards Rushing I Friday participation in the national

amount of his bonds has been set ball and worked up to their 41 game Thursday night Oct. Yards Passing 11 l' Water Plant Sunday afternoon. They could not move the FFA convention in Kansas City, a trip awarded them for

at $350. yard-line before being penalized 17 at 7 p.m., preceding the Pass Attempts 7 6 Eleanor Gassett won the second car because of the crowd in front winning: the swine Judging contest at the Florida State Fair. Shown
Rodgers recently was tried to DtLand-BHS Passes Completed 3 0 prize of $15, and Bill Jordan was and another car behind theirs.
sentencedin When Bennett game.
I here
15 for
the
yards. embarking journey are ((1-r) Hutenins, J. T. Parrbh T.
As they were in this
the Union County Court to paya kick the line again faileo; and it There is no extra charge Penalties 30 50 third prize winner of $10. position
J. Mann, John Allen Shadd and Roland
$500 fine or serve 90 days in L was blocked. Palatka's James for admission to the Midget Fumbles Lost 2 2 The 'prizes will be applied as with their backs to the police car, Stern. While in Kaasas City

the county jail. At the. presen!t HUdtiD.\: covered the remaining game and the public 1_ cordially I Interceptions 0 1 crediU against the light bills ,of facing the crowd. Cox arrived they will participate in the judging of meat and meat products and

time he is in jaiL 21 yards to make Palatka's sec- mvited. Kicks 7-165 5-173 the.winners. .... (Continued on Page 8)). poultry prodacts.r .



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PAGE TWO -' yA BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARS FLORIDA: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1957.
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TVYVTTTTTYTTYYYTTYWfYYTT YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYFarmer's all of the patrons to attend this Rev. Washington and Presiding practice 3:30: p. m. Cub Pack 7:30: a. m. Confessions before all

editorial very important meeting. Electionof Elder Bowles but our loss will 307 meeting. 7 p. m. Masses.'I
Diary officers will take place because be another group's gain. We '-or t
-? Rev. Walker, former presi- wish to thank all persona who CATHOLIC CHURCIISt. First Christian Church
'By Sam HcGaroy 'dent has been transferred to an- came to hear the singing at RJE
History Repeats ItselfMore other. district and .wfll no longer last Sunday We appreciate your Edward's, Starke: Sunday Morning worship, 11 a tzi.

may be a lot more than. is gen- be able, to serve. We regret the cooperation and hope you enjoyed Mass, 9:30a.: m. Holyday Masses, Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor
than eighty years :ago a Congressman erally known. The. "fever" for illness of our teacher Mrs. D. B. the ''program.- Louise Brox- 6:30: and 8:30: a. m. Catechism Sunday School 10 am.

from Georgia, Henry R. Harris, delivered a planting berries is very contagious Jackson, who is also our school ton :reporter. Class for children every Satur- Youth Churcn 7 p.m. ,
forceful speech that could well be delivered againin and many a farmer who reporter, and hope she will return day, 9:30: a. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.,

this year of 1957. In denouncing a piece of swears he win never plant them to school soon. Presbyterian ChurchFriday St. William's KeystoneHeights '7:30: p.m. '. .,
so-called "civil rights" legislation that was be- again, catches the fever and be- Anderson Junior High ,. (follow Hiway 21 southto Adult,Choir practice, 6:45: pjn.
fore 'he knows it, he's back liv- Adult Choir practice St. William sign Sunday Mass Wedne3day. .
fore Congress at that time he said: The PTA, of Anderson Junior
ing in a berry patch again. 8 p. m/ (April-October) 8:15 a. m.; (November Ladies Council, 1st and Sri
"I have, Mr. Speaker, been a planter all my ,High School met last. Tuesday Sunday Church School 9:45a. : -March) 11 a. m. on 1st, Tuesday nIghtS.Everybody .

life; have owned many slave, most of whom are Visited a pine tree plantationnear There has been a change in night ,and' elected officers for m. Morning Worship, "A Challenge 3rd, 5th Sundays; 8:15 on .2nd welcome to each.
my tenants today, and have been ever since they the weather and it has quit rain- 1957-58. The following: persons ," 11 a. m. Youth Fellow- and 4th Sundays. Holyday Mass, service.HUNDREDS.
here with BradfordClayFarm !
were emancipated. I know the disposition and ing (for a few days, at 'least) were elected: President',-.L. Crawford ships 6 p. m. Evening Worship
Forester Don Championlast and turned cool. But there is stilla ; vice-president Mrs.: T. 7:30
"Jesus and Himself p. m.
character of the negro race, their wants, neces-
week and it is an exampleof lot of water standing around Smith; Secretary Mrs. Sadie L. Suwannee Presby-
sities and adaptations. I their friend they Tuesday -
am ;
"green gold" growing above and in this season there is not Clarke; assistant secretary, Miss at Camp Montgomery -
tery meeting
feel it and acknowledge it. the ground. An estimate of the nearly so much evaporation so A. B. Anderson; treasurer Mrs. 10 a.- m. Family Night sup-
"I am ready to do any thing that will ameli- pulpwood and aaw-logs which the water table will 'probablystay M. W. Turner; Chaplain Mrs. per sponsored ,by Women of the

orate and improve their condition, for in doingit will be harvested runs to about quite high. D. B. Richardson; reporter Mrs. Women of the Church 7 .p. m.
I am sensible of the fact that I will thereby 35 cords an acre, 'and at that s C.: P. Johnson; program com- Thursday Junior Choir of details are managed and economically
price it would mean about $500an Looks like the screw-worm mittee, Mrs. Z. P. Jennings and
promote the material prosperity of the whole I4 attended that only a trained and
acre. eradication program is about to Miss W. M. Cromity cochairmen. -
country. careful organization can Attend 'when
1 get underway, and if it is suc- All parents are asked to FOR DEPENDABLE
"But I say to the friends of this measure, thatif Don told us that trees in a cessful a big load will be taken support these officers of the PTA the urgent need for serving is at

I were the direst enemy of the colored man, 6X8 stand like that one produce off the backs of stock growers. and make this a banner year at hand.
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and vindictiveness finds a place only in malig- very little seed, and that experi- See too, where a treatment has Anderson Junior .High School.Church Termite Control
ments underway now to been found to minimize the ef- News
intelligences; nay, if my purpose was to exterminate are
him from the earth I would ask no surer prove or disaprove the theory that fects of the cattle grub and thatIs Greater Allen Chapel A. M. E. Household a CommercW DeWITT C. JONES
wounded trees produce an above another pest that has bothered Church will hold regular services Pest Control
or of that end Phone 7 Starke Fit
accomplishing
speedier means ,
normal yield of seed. As he toldit cattle growers. ,oinext Sunday starting with
than the enactment and practical enforcementof *" TJi ** 2"'! *fl*
they cut the tree in two Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. 0 Grove Spraying Funeral l Director Ambola&ee Serriet
just such measures as those embodied in this places (almost girdle it) and We've seen our cows, usually Supt. Irene ThomaS! in charge.
'civil rights bill', the effect of which is to estrange then see what effect it has. Don in the springtime prance aroundin The morning worship will be Can FB. 6-0055 Oui local funeral,home cable* tu to offer oo&Yti&teaeearanees ia4

him from, and antagonize him to the said that old turpentine planta- the fields and then "hightail"it conducted by the new pastor, lot tt rwlM mttabU.
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white man. tions give excellent seed produc- away, and we've been told that Rev Simpson, formerly of Jack- Florida Peat Control .. ,
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tion. they are trying to get away from sonville, The new presiding elderof &Chemical Co. .'
"Pass this bill and you entail upon us still We ruraiai, the terris it lowtft .134 .
Ug&M price,
the heel fly, which lays its eggson the district is Rev. Jenkins of typ, ,
further discouragements and confusions, which Seems that humans are not the legs of the animals, and Lake City. All of the delegates 24. .N. W. 16th Are.Oalneavffle .. accept- Vii! lift inaurtaee.poUcj ia ,forct, ,Jswd t rri
will not only undo what we have already accomplished the only ones suffering with the these eggs eventually becomethe reported a very fine conferencein Florida- aen piaj. u, to put or im fall on a tua+nL
in building up a system of common "flu" these days. There ire reports grubs or "woofs." High Springs. We will miss i Ooaanlt8tloo cArries BO ibltaatls&.i _

schools for both races alike, but you will thereby that hogs are getting it J '-: ', '" Ii

restrict our beneficence, and compel us to inaugurate too, and now the experts are We're not the only oneS! In the .i i ....
still another and more partial system. studying to see if the hogs are county who have tough beef in -.
carriers of the disease. the freezer. While visiting re-
"This remark is not intended threat .
as a nor invited
cently we were by a
has it; any of the feelings or spirit of vindictiveness Coir 'dog Leo is about to putus couple to have dinner with them. Need cash for t.., w

in it. Threats are the weapons of cowardice; in the poorhouse. He eats "It's only tough, sorry beef," r: ? .: i+ rfy t'4payrollj
and vindictiveness finds a place only in maglig- like a horse, and no matter how they said and laughed. However your
nant hearts. much we feed him, he is always our meat is not so bad, for we
hungry. We've explained to him can stick the fork in the
"But I will say that if it be the. object of this about gravy Call Payroll Service department and tell
inflation and the high cost without bendjng the prongs. I our us
bill to compel l the association of the two jof living today but when we fin- s ,

in, schools, churches, hotels, burial grounds, pub:! Jish, he just barks and begs for Almost since we've been here 'I how many coins and bills of each denomination

lie convenances, or anywhere else, that its pur-] more feed. He doesn't understand we've been bothered with rusty

pose will never be accomplished. The commonsense [inflation, and come to think of water and we thought we were you require. In a matter of min utes you can pick up your pay.
I it, we don't either. the only but
of the black man forbids him to aspire to ones now we hear
of the white that a lot of folks around here roll. This service is for the .
it, and the self-respect and taste time-saving yours asking at the
Went to a pretty have the
garden
very L same problem.
revolt at the thought, and will\ never tolerate -
man wedding at the home of Mr. and I S SS
it."The i Mrs. Elbert SiHey of Theressa i A real estate appraiser was

associations of men in social life hav lin which their daughter, Ruth,, here this week and so it may ". ... FLORIDA Bank .
ever been, and will always be, voluntary became the bride of Charlie t t not be long before there will bet
prompted by either taste or interests, or by both Johns of Starke. It was one oJ t: some big changes on this place. OM of 27 wars IN UK none NATIONAI IOU' at Starke tf"
(the nicest we ever attended. One thing is ,sure) when they i
combined. .
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four-lane the highway .it will dos
"It is true that political power, intensified and Folks are still setting berries a lot of good for Bradford Coun- i

concentrated for its own aggrandizement, may out, and again this year therEyyy..y..yTY J ty.
MlMUI nbttu MW 1511 msuuNci Otreunow
accomplish much in modifying and even over - -ryyyyyyyyyyyyyuywyyyy- . . . _._... _._...
throwing forms of government; but in the ut- :, .. One Of. The Florida Banks Serving All Florida -
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most stretch .of that power it can never repeal i NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLOREDcitizENS

or annul the laws of God. And hence, sir, we ol OF BRADFORD COUNTY
the South have no fears of social equality, al- -

though its enforcement should be attempted b) By Ozora J. Shell
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the strong arm of government in the most posi ..-----------A&AAAAAAAAA&.. & .. .. .. .. .. . . . .&.A&AAAAAAAAA&&A&&AAA. . - PLAY SANTA, CLAUS! I
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. Idult Education Oct. 28. Prizes will be awardedto
"If the States have not the right to regulate
Classes in Adult Education
are all entries, so plan now to
all such matters as those embodied in the provi- still open for registration of new participate. Principal Eddie

sions of this 'civil rights bill,' let me ask in all persons. A class can be organizedas Thompkins has been named H

candor what subject involving the 'status and [ soon as 15 or more interested chairman ,for this group and will _
rights of citizenship is left within their control persons indicate that they want be glad to give you additional ,
the course. Mrs. Finley will be information concerning the ex- \\\\ (r
and beyond the reach of Federal legislation? _
"Have the States no, reserved rights? If they glad Holmes to offer typing and Mrs. hibits. _
homemaking if you will Laid To Rest _
are without rights, then they are no longe come to RJE and indicate that
The funeral of the late Bertha
States. <*,-f you would like these subjects .

"Take their rights away, as you propose to do] taught to you. Seniors was held at New Bethel ."

in this bill, and you at once establish a precedent( The annual conference for su- Baptist Church on Sunday at
I 12:30.:
: Hughes-Chesnut was in L
upon which the Congress can at will transformthe pervisors and principals is now
charge of arrangements. The Get Wonderful '
States of the Union into 4A\Ir4r\ )
sovereign mere provisional in session at Tallahassee. Princi- program was planned by the 'W{
dependencies. and supervisors from all Stewardess Board of which she

"You have but to take a few more steps in1 | the state are expected to was a member. The sermon was Gifts for the ... .J '

this direction and you will have obliterated the\\over: this meeting. Outstanding delivered by Rev. Vinson._ Several JJl J

very principle, the sovereignty of the States,. have been secured by checks were presented to the .a? Entire Family
sister of the deceased by the
D. E. Williams who is State
from which the Federal Government itself derived

its vitality and power. .J I Department ation. consultant in edu- mourn Pallbearers her Lodge.loss many She leaves relativesand to 'k\ \' At No Extra Cost!

"Mr. Speaker, when slavery was abolished we County Fair a host of friends. \

hoped and felt that the great 'apple of discord'was All community clubs and social Thurston School News 1

forever removed from the councils of the groups are invited to participatein On Monday, Oct. 21, the regular t I rc'"0 You Can Fill: Man;? Books Before Christmas
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the Bradford County Fair meeting'of the PTA will be _
nation that with the reconstruction of the exhibit ''
Government would come the restoration of which will start on Monday, held. Principal Price is asking ,r By Trading With The Following Progressive I t

peace and fraternity that men of all parties, .. ,,, Merchants: !

from every portion of the Union, would come .. J,

together in a spirit of mutual concord and J
conciliation
I 1 try', I IWinoDixie
and address themselves with equal .'I '

earnestness to the great work of repairing the t. Super Market I

sad desolations of war, and the development of ,suits MUIMC oancifUOHTMNG :' Starke Builders Supplies

the vast resources of our common country. :..;. !
322 W. Madison St.
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"But alas! alas! how the ,
great delusion! .,'laa'rit' .. .
219 E. Washington St
"We of the South, amid our impoverishmentand ...I,,._...,. I
ruin, still find ourselves a to \
prey oppres- I
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sion and wrong. Will this strife never cease? ;t:: cun DAMAO$ sMOrct Brownke ChasteenFEED

Will the day never come when moderation, justice \ ,

and equality shall obtain, and'when we, as t.t.. f..1, .o : SEED FERTILIZER Seymour's 66 Service I
a people of a common country and a common destiny '

can dwell together in: unity? \'VlHICU OAMAOC 6lADDOTONAt NUlAGI a rtos t. 316 E. Brownlee St.Leila's f

"Let those who are in power and'control theffairs' .:1''!!'. -hba. 5S'l t.' Highway 301 NorthTiny's _
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of the Government answer. The peopleof 1. -= iot
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the South were honest rebels if indeed rebels 'rli' 'Z "" : "- Dress
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at, all) and are no less today American\citizens .:" ,xf1, ."" -:; I L... L. .. .._ ,'L-j
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loyal in every sentiment, of their nature'' totli" a led k> DotJCY Cni hON.jt r'Y''
)! UVINO WlNSl1 r-I 132 East CaD St.MitcheD's .
trueprinciples of Constitutional liberty, as 66 Service
taught by the fathers of the'Republic;' and I they .

will emulate the most ardent in; preserving 14 kinds of bad luck,: ?

transmitting to their children that priceless'boon. Drug Store !;r 411 S. Walnut St

"Hence, sir, we can never lend' our voices or one convenient, economical policy

our- votes to the support of',any measure which, Vi ..,
insures them alll
against ..
like' the 'civil\ rights bill,' destroys equilibrium you j' 138 East Call St. .

: of our federal system'' by Availing the sovereignty
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let &Package Poliey'replaee the three of mar*poK&s jot
of the States; and1 thereby denying to
now'carry on'your home. Youll have broader protection Tire Sales"- Jerome Johns 09 CO
the* peop1e't1i Very 'domestic i tranquflity* whichit and may save up'to 20%. Starke : ; :
was instituted to promote.1THE *
Just ONE policy.;.ONE renewal date.Convert now:We'; T ,
- t F give you credit for existing insurance. Ask us for'detail Court and Madison Sts. '. KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY

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EACH FRIDAY AND EttTOIffD AS SECOND"'CLAM' Night: Call Harry Rbb, 530-J t '
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT CTARKE. FLORIDA UNOXft; .
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 19:>7. BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAJH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE TH&Efl
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within eight from
East Hartford off Oct. "20, 1907 ,Mrs., 'Dewey McPherson and Mrs. Paul Garrett and --.I Mr.!?and Mrs Junior Goolsbyof thu date of>\tJrat'pubUcatio ofthis

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS by' Father Oliver Magnen. They son:' and -Mrs. dscaf 'Wilkinsonwere moved "Wednesday from Baldwin were Monday guestsof notice. Each...claim or<; demand
ad must
must be in writing sate
have: two children, Edmund Pwy-- visitors in Jacksonville home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lesli '.SWfat. the place of re'9idence' and postf office -

:Mrs. J. Russell YoungAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj er, Jr., and Mrs: John S ott; two Tuesday. Mrs. Doss' HigginbbthanV,4 to an Little Helen'- Sweat ,missed address of It e..cI..lmant. and
By By Mr* C. B. Holu ." .i_ must b sworo to ,by>the c1aJm nt.
j I ... grandchildren 'JohnScot.t. Jr., .- .*.' .t ,:. t ,3rr, :' and Mrs. M. C. Browning; apartment" in aacksoaviile.. ttr sch o "this',,' ek because.. of llt- his agent. orattorney" ojr the slma
-- --- and Rhoda' Dwyer Ferina. AAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAPTA and of" &r : OR;.k:'GrIms ness. will become void according to {aw.
and
daughter .J cks nville] and
I : .. -.... ;,. .<. .- This the 8th day' *''October,
Woman's Club Notes review of the study book on Japan Mr. Dwyer, before his retirement H- Meeting' IMaxvWe I were guests last Thursday'of Mr.iand" Miss )Mary''Wiltfes spent* laal Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Griffin D.. 1937.

The Woman's Club of Keystone "Ten Against the Storm," was in the retail shoe bUS Mrs.; weekend aSTUte guest 11. <. s/ Bertha U Sasse,
Buddy j Stark
The ;Maxvillr PTA held their I Browning. : Jn Mr. and Mrs.. Weaver Griffis, and Adminiatratrix ,at the .state
Heights held their first meetingof in the form of a living book, us- nes and also operated. an entertainment regular business meeting on B. 'F. Colenian has been ill and; oV.Mrr.l: and Tifrs"Laceyi-; : Brown family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest- of Mable 1*. Sasse.. deceased.

the year on Tuesday, Oct. 9, ing silhouettes to portray the bureau. Mrs.' Dwyer is Wednesday; Oct 9, at the ,school .has had. 'to. miss several days ofschool. j and enjoyed ;ifbJrtnday'idmneT bit Wellhausen and 'attended -- IQ/U 4. It'l1/1

at the club house. This was a characters": past president' the National. house. Plans were discussed 'for .' ,- I Sunday' tor Charfie ;*'Hil ard, family NOTICE: T6> APPAflIs !
Business and Professional Clubs I a supper and birthday party' CJrc tt, cert.nrsdzqr .. tr,
business meeting and plans for The State-wide meeting will 'Thornton1iid; 'LiceyBrown.1'
member of SoroptomistB Inter- the Halloween Carnival whith .We have ancther new house in! Ralph the home of }[r." nd Mrs. Ernest r FUrUai IB c".rr.
the 'year were discussed.The be held next year in Vero Beach. will be hel4 Tuesday night Oct. I "" "'A Xora, Arnold, Plaintiff' vs. Wil
national, and member of the Maxvilie. Mf. and Mrs. teo Har-: ;Monds' ,at thfi State Farm last ''Ham Arnold, Defendant.' ,
open house party Inter-Church Women's MeetingA 29, from 5:30 until 9 p_ m. Mem- rtf have a new home about ready i Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family I' : Pase: Ne. 1S-412
Esther Stanley Chapter: A) It., Friday night in honor of :Mrs.
'at which discussion .
held Wednesday evening meeting ; '
was on bers'ofthe coinmHteeii will meet JS&ay1tf:: ?Jacksonvilleand Ketlre To Appear -
I and charter member ot tfie Hy- t4'move' into and }fr. and 1.lrs.j ipenV Victoria' :Monda, LeonaW 'Pre: fu- William -Arnold. feH 2nd
Oct. 10, at the club house. Members will take place and plans 'will be at the school house'Friday; Git : .> '' : .
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pertrlchology ASBoeiatkid trf Rum Chance are building one "th''' {r.. anu "'"'trs'.'' S-It"'nt\ket watt, and Lace* Griffin: [CUbS, Supply, Departmentll Si S.
o'f the executive board were made to organize a- Council of 18, to complete' ''arrahe\nents. if Midway COA. 41, CrmertoBi. Wash
Connecticut.The to i' Bt'Mr: Florence Parrish I IalS t .J.y. Co "* 't { Jim Godwin' Has: been quite ill -- ---I
hostesses for this event, and included United Church Women in this The i Hill PT A' will Hold eijoye4 J trip Jacicsonvifie ington.
Clay has !built) .a new home. '. at his honte!her '' Ton are hereby notified that 4 suit
t president t, Mrs. W. B. area will be held on Thursday, Dwyers sin! their fnests theff Halloween Carnival. atUe .. ', 'B S&mfay aI ihilok fer divorce J -. -' .. -*
Mrs. E. Oct 17 in the educational 'buildIng will be honored wfth'fi reception }Ir: and "- v; ?nkin! Tligginbothairi = iis. has been filed against you la thaboy .
Dawson; vice president school" houae "on Friday evening. r1i; V "..' We are gYaf'i& reportKtt"tt? YOU'LL LOVE tLe'ne" Ester- named.Court uid. canM and
F Aiken; secretary, Mrs. J. R.I.I of the Community. c.?urch. at the educational buliaing Jf'the Oct i*, beginning{ at' 7:30: p. ti.j vrtiyv.. -T.f nr ff jackson- D&iAhy Caters *Ifia"ife-: L. brook j rs -siu:f8u tatn'pf.ns In you.are,requtred.to 'urve &-coPf. of
Cook corresponding secretary, Representative women' from each Community ChurcH, Sunday' eeanlnEat nm Higgin- shades.:: your" answer;:of pleading to 'the
invited pastel
; I I The public la cordially! to tolham *-" n ""' i ftehberg 'getting afong nicely Only $3." ILl Bradford complaint on the Plalitlttj AUoraey
Mrs. J. F. Crayon; of the local churches are urged 7:30. at whicH time their! attend. : J II 'itirriy night Iii county Telegraph; -. i iIu Gerald R. Hart,. 2vl Smith Puildtnff. -
Mrs. B. R. Weld; treasurer'l I to attend. The meeting will begin friends In the Community are ', ?!&- !'tc11'1(1( spent tHe. day with following1 'surgery* *' "a? Sfarkehospital. l . Jacksonville'3. -Plorlda.T.
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Bern. ? -V ; and fllo.theerIg1na1 lm
We regret that Miss Debbie Tli CoWr .
Judge' cWt
Sara McDonald, Mrs. gin at 10 a. m. and will concludeat cordially Invited. TU. WSmen cf "' '* v 1 of-the Clerk of the Circuit Courtoapr'before :
11 a.m. from Gainesville the Church Phillips has been ill at her home We. Pi-ft glad that Mrs.. Arnold 'Jofis Linda Waters Is suffering A dFor' Bradford Count-' FlorM -. the :.11" day of Jfovemper
es, Mrs. J. H. Thus, and committee Coming Communty are hostesses ( *. .In Protnu_ : :
: Maxi Wf i infebtlon'tn:' ? ? 1957 etherwl9 tho aneraU of
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chairmen Miss Cleva to explain the organizationand for this occasion. here fcnd-'wiih'heT.. .a. speedy re Harper ir, getting along nicety IN.RE:..Tbt: Estate of. MABLE L said Complaint'will .ba; akBt ai
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"" -Mr.Hn 'BUrr Robersonadhtz'penlTh'th1s 8ASSE:,
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Carson, :Mrs.! A. F. Crosby: Mrs. purpose of the United' PT.14'.tlft} after an operation in St. Vin- .-_, XOTICH. TO'CREDITORS coDftssed Thisnotie by you shall "be paollshe'

Emery Cooper, Mrs. J. Russell Church Women will 'be Mrs. A. The meeting of the Keystone The!. Baldwin. High School football cent's Hospital l last Wednesday. \ ; Rb- You,' find each oZ.;yoo'>.ar hereby once each weekf: for.four c.o: .Btt,U'arealcs
week in Live Oak with Mr. notified required '
ztnfl
to file .
Young. "Mrs. David Nelson, Mrs. N. 'Tissot': area chairman and Heights Elementary School PTA 'team play d Bunnell Friday Miss Mary Kilgore spent last berson's parent "., f claims--er deiandt.; fchleH > u" or y gra ,b. In the. Bradford" '-County''-* ..j'Is.'

Oliver Johnson, and Mrs. C. H. Mrs. Chris Matheson. No organIzation featured a talk by the, Director ftighrand lost 13-0..' The Team Saturday night 'and Sun'day with either oj y9, te,y 'havf.s&aftst tbe .; Dated this 5 day :of October. 1)57:
pass Higginbotham and daughter estate of table, ,L.. Sasse,.dereased, ,
Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
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to the will take place at this of Music Walter' *111 play Macclenny "Thursday .... .
Haberstroh. Newcomers Stanley.'whotold ; Mr/ and Mrs. Prinklin: 'Jligginbflthafri ;?Shirley; spent -last".' weekend late of Bradford Cfruntyj-Florftfci: Clerk tit 1I.-Clrc'I tt.Court
community and husbands of time, but a free dlscussifin!' as to of plan's cir the yekh 'Also night. at', Baldwin. and, wesinee'rly -.. *-: and, .family in .Jack? nJj ifl ,Jacksonville 'with Mr."?' and with the CountK..Jodgeof' Bi'atlotdrO'UDU' By Marian, L. Crosby D *ut7 Clerk
meeting local needs will be held.' under fdr hope that"! theirT Huek ',will ,:. PTofWji. .; t!/.his i ; ifffce In ,19/Jl. 4t ll/l
members' were guests. discussion were plans *. ,.*. ,. .* i '. &,:*>> -* ** i *v : .' s.:.

'The Oct. 22 program meetingof 1 Church Xot..sBAPTISTThe the Annual Hallowe'en Carnival. cnange with tnisr game.-' J I: p .4 ....- .er. .. .* .,. ,.-' .. ,- ._ i,:,. -.4 -. ; ,'
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the Woman's Club will featurea' Day Circle of Garage Ownrr Injured Mrs. Earl Cannon.;, Mrs. Oscar
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talk by Mrs. Margaret W. Bou- the First Baptist Church of Key- Leo Hill suffered a broken jaw Wilkinson and Mrs Gilbert

telle, retired from teaching in stone Heights met in connection when a crank on his wrecker Brown were business 'visit"rs'-. in .
Education of the with the regular WMU meeting Jacksonville .
the College' of broke off last Saturday. He--was last'Tuesday. 4
Univerity of Florida. Mrs. Bou- at the church on Tuesday, Oct. taken to the' Bradford County .(rs. Henry Carter*'*" spent* last -,

telle will give some of her inter- 8. At this meeting it was decidedto r Hospital! where he was still a weekend"in Sttrke- visiting. 'her .

esting experiences' while traveling form two day circles, which patient on Monday. aunt. ; Mrs. Effie Carter, to ,' I -- :... .: _
She will will meet on the first Monday I _
f! in Europe last: year. A second accident on Saturday Bobby Nofan "injured hiS neck V I ,
Miss Cleva Car- evening in each month in the I
be Introduced by occured when Lonnie of wnile""playina in- 'education -
homes of the members. Tyre ; physical : : '. r ': A
son. program chairman. Florahome opened his car door "at idvnn] 'ichool -last. -

The meeting on Tuesday Oct. Mrs. Roy Chasteen. program and his loaded gun fett0ut, discharging -J: weeli'and had"to miss' a couple
chairman, led the for .
22 will begin with a covered program and shooting his hand of days of scho&t. I -. I'.

dish luncheon at 1 p. m. in the the WMU choosing her subject causing severe injury. He is also .Civic Club Met,.. : I. .. i -
from the Royal Service Book. At ,74 ._ _
club house. -4
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the Bradford County Hospital. special 'meeting. the Max -- a-
Florida Fellowship this meeting plans were also 1 .- Thpt/tI .
Duplicate Bridge Winners vilie "Civic1 Club :was held last
Of Community ('hurl'h'iThe made to organize4 a Junior GirFsAuxiliary _
Mra Herbert Nelson and Mrs. Friday 'night,. Oeti1J: for ,the -
second annual meeting of and a Royal Ambassadors / ; : '
Jane Donnelly were top winners purpose) of discussing J ways, ahdmeahg''or .
I the Florida Fellowship of Community (bOys) proup. These ( lescreA&P .
in' getting:a new elemerttary 'p
ThursQay night's play. Canting
will be under the directIon -, '
Churches held at groups '
was ,
PI in second were Mrs. Carl Carries school building, 'for the 'Max! -" ute -
.. Daytona Beach Oft. 9-10 at the of Mr.'and Mrs. C hJey: new- by 1 % I'
and Mrs. E. P. Menzerf. Tfti 'dplace' Vilie chil iren. Jo"c s: .president ; ; '
Tourist Church. eorners to the i"mm nity.* -
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Attending from -
I k.est
winners. Mrs.' E. F. Aiken of the. club. informed.. everyone" sce
the Keystone Heights Community The Intermediate Girl's Auxi- : and Mrs W. C. McCrary. that' the deed' to' "the J iIaykrbuiidhid' ; i'ryi Bet l6.1 qiERRWbc :
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Church were Rev. and Mrs liary, under th" leadership of "ani
beencornpIeted ? abthkei J ho
J. Russell!'!' Youn Lt. Pol.: and Mrs. Gus Alderman will enjoy Hostess. At Shower 'beremfedl .
reported thatit was"! to J : i-seeE- !
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in Ocala, Oct. Mrs. Alma BUzzard and Mrs.
Mrs. David A. Nelson Mrs. Para a weekend retreat. away' -
in and cleared off rieht!
k
t McDonald. Mrs. J. F. Orayson.Mrs. 18. 19 and 20. Saturday eveningwill Ray Forth were, hostesses at' a is close ;to the -
This property
I. H. Stevens. Mr", John feature a banquet for those stork shower on Mcftiday"evening, I !'to -
and lose
school l house to
Oct. 7, at Mrs. Blizzard's home. .
Karpes and Mrs. J. A. William who have attained the required : 'l'i

Reports from the National\ rank. Others will enjoy a trip to The honoree was' Mrs.* Edgar Highway 228. ? I
Akridge. Twenty-three fetfests We are glad that Mr& Earl
Council of Community Churrhes. Silver Porintrs. .J. %
I were present. i Cannon is better after'a recdniIllness. t
which met In Northfield. Mass cO'OnrXITClnrncn .a.- .
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In August werp piven. Fleeter The. .Circles!' of the Community Keynotes "* .- t-
to succeed: Dr. Cordon Poteat as Church will meet as! follows: on Mr. and Mrs. T. J. MacKinnonof Rev. and lfr!!. H. F.; Hlgdon
''
f president of the group was Rev. Monday, Oct. 21 Circle 1, Mr Los Angeles, Calif. were and 'f miIy and 'Bonnie and'Edith'

George Johnson of the VeroReach F. W. Schroeder leader with guests of the"Axel Malmgtens Harris" attended *" the Baldwin:

Community Church. Mr. Mrs: Raymond Rtarnes! at 2 P. lasf w*ek. This was their first Bur ri ll football. game in*" Bin-: 4 It NOWAIJIa .

Young was elected to the boardof m.: Circle 2. Mrs. Nelson!' chair- trip* to Florida and they toured nell last Friday- : : night.. r'As C .ZAtt IWSjSfc

directors. man"' with Mrs. A. F. Crosby at the southern part of"the state Usual ',a large- ... -crowd- .attended A >'x **

The -Women's -'Divisionwhich$ l-SO p.:'m.: ,Circle 3. Mrs. John after several daY 'In Keystone,;; tjia HpmecOmng! 'pays! din; w/&b.
also Flori ner'and services at Long Branchpapttif I *. .:*7Wr
includes mi Community Kar pq. chairman:: with Krs. J returning through 'central -
.
churches, In the state. elected A. Wil'wms' ", at 1 n.> m.: Circle !5Niehtenealesi da. They also"'went over to'CUba Churcli last Sunday.Singing : '- 2 2 Qz Jar Only J.1J c

Mrs. J. was enjoyed j in the'ifttrndQ.nf'wjpr .. .... '
'Miami. !
RuQst'11 Your?! as president -' ( Mic.s"Gertrude from Mrs. ) acjnnon.9the j;; 4 ,3V '::5-' ffil. .
At the niee of )fr. ; -two erf. thf-'!or4erM1&lIebiftg --S ,: .
Women's meetingon 1 Houser!': leader at her home at 8 'angren. .. -
/
U'ednesdav the rroim from n. m.: Circle fi (R becca'). Mrs.R. Miss Cornelia Knight has keen, singers; Mrs.' 'Wjfiniwrighl t, -> "

Keystone Heights presented a N. nT1rlf'r1nrl' chairman with a patient! .inBradford County. nd '.11fi Lan rendering -

"..q Richard Hackman at 8 p. 'm. Hospital. and p lisa returneoi' to ,seVeral du t!. Rev., Heroert'''Hig.; Fresh Dressed and -
Drawn .
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doil'iveia the" *, f ,
message
Fiftieth \Ve
GNANN Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. Dwyer L Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Clan, '. Friends "of Mrs.' AlfreS( *Harris I ANN PAGE

PLUMBING CO. formerly West Hartford:: Conn.. and their daughtef, ,Mrs. ',W.: ''li will 'rilrej f ttf: hearth. she" is FLORIDA FRYERSFtesh" Pollfld
'confined'"to nebSl.Mr. .- 3,5
will observe their fiftieth wedding Crosby will leave 'Lake C\ty\ 111 4. -
*
US Court Street anniversary on Sunday. where Mr. Cf&rk' har been a*patient and Mrs." E. ""t)'. *'Hi gin- : SALAD DRESSING

In the"Veteran's "'Hospital botham and Family spent the .: .
Installation Oct. 20. Among! the pueets at the I -
and Service family dinner to be held at the for more than, two fhonthsY 'on' weekend 'in ,Macclenhy with ) raid Nice

Of All! Types Garden Restaurant in Starke will Friday. Oct. 18. for their hom, Mrs,H. JV: Sweat, and family Quart

Plumbing & Heating be Mr. and Mra. Edmund Dwyer, in Flshkill N. Y. and 'while* thre attended, "''"' 'services FRANKS M Meat t Super-Right t Ib Sj f
Holiness !
S Jr.. of East Hartford, Conn., Mr. Visiting the Clarks on Sunday af fjie .$acienny.. "" .4

Dependable and Expert and Mrs. John Scott of New were Mr. and Mrs. Howard ,Church.' .... . ? t,

ServiceS Britain Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Tucker of Keystone Heights. :Oft Mr! atid Mra "J.t d" BlackweJt _
I h.- "- ,. ,. ....
Macclenny' visited Monday
Economical Prices John Fredricksson. Sr. and :Mr. Monday Mrs. David Nelson '.w S of Ann Page 303 Cans "

PHONE 51JJ and Mrs. James Price of Key- a visitor and on Tuesday Mrs. with"tor.;;and MrsT E.. p. Higgin- e CAMPBELL'S: ,CONDENSgD
"'i '?' f'l
stone Heights.; Mr. and Mrs. John Bula 'Walker and ,Miss Charming botham. '

Night Call Collect 2896 Fredricksson. Jr. of Jacksonville, Muir were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. A, group? of Maxvi le's young PORK & BEANS 2 forl&cTMATO.

and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zajko- Joe Stein have been regular VISit people art planning-- a' nay ride!! sour

Keystone Heights wski of Clearwater.Mr. Friends here' BT* happy!; to for'.saturday night" Oct. *19. l'l* .
"
I know that MrVtJlark has madea young people. are supp'osed. 'togther '
and Mrs.
Dwyer were : f '
i 1
remarkable recovery-after a at- .the-t 'iin'\ of Miss JoAnn JiHyAll Kinds 9z.ackage 31O RZ'c .f

.., Parrbhr: around A'o'clock ii

F 'IVi e eT That's'Our Business series.' of and operationsMr. Mrs Daniel. T. Ream Mr.: anci Mrs. D."J. Vardsh and A Ne Of :
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If It's Glass We Have MI! er have returned to their Keystone son", DavibvMnC; Dan; atM 1\ $naM.rs. CAKE MIX Special fee JQc' ,

CALL WRITE or VISIT Heights home after'a summer! Iii RMter :Butler' VMMo4bmV Jackson .. -. -. II t I .1 I ,- .. I
'were vfeftors In -
the north. ANN AGE
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Mr. and Mrs. Rov: Wa khls. ville last Thursday. ". .All Pure "I -' .' L 1t I
Joe Peters Glass Co. formerly of Gainesville, are' nW Mrs: 'Haltle Nolan Jo Ann Purpose Vegetable r-

'* occupying! their new home. Jon Parrish and"Martha'Harris viib- '

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Lake Geneva.!" ed in Jacksonville' last Thursdiy.Frtenjsiof ,DEXO 3 lKuOd) can 81cSuperRight 1PMf'9' IFf.

We Design Modern Store Fronts Rev. J. Russell Young attendedthe : Loanie;! Hams, :who ,
Presbyterian Men's Convention is a patient in the"Veteran'spltaHn Hts: "
Just :Mail Us A Pattern for 2Jf pz.jboltles .
in Miami Oct. 11-12. The : "Lake". City will regret . j
i rf
Table tr ntShorteaiag'
Tops "' 'I I .
Convention assembled some 12- te Pnth t'"he tstft teeltn g' -wen ,.j '.
1313 N.W. 4th PL GaInesville; Fla. Phone FIt 2-4358 000 laymen and ministers of'the th bwUk. .. .. 4 ..e, .

Presbyterian Church. U.I'' 'S. Sunday School' Party l2ouncccan :'Th i r. .. '.. .. '., JJ.
Evangelist Billy Graham was one The Junior Girl's C4ais of the 411p 37' I ", "" ,
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., of the speakers... While in Miami Maxville Baptist Sunday Schbol BEEF t ;\_ N PGE .

I t.. \ I .... .Mr. Young enjoyed a vf t;' with held an. iiiftjatioh 'party at tine' .

;::Il, __ :" his daughter. Miss Edith Youg. home*of"Mrs. D": B.'Griffis list "' i ,1 "8i 'rwv: "'I l. ,. I b--' ...; 1
JOnaDliU1
: Friends visiting the Louis }ty-: Friday afternoon. The youVtg .. RED, IEUWIU'
.
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A ROOF CANT I les over last weekend were ?,fr.'I people 1'I layed"lgamesand': 'tezerve4 -' I ,

LAST and. Mrs. Frank Cannon of ''Laei' -- : refreshments. :Those' ktv : oreatinal11 ball : ; ; :. .
J6
.S'Coo .
r "Farriteh
FOREVER SO ) / land.Mr. fending"'were :Patty '- ,2. .. Cj C
and Mrs. W. P (Coqn); LanaKolasMaTy7: and f1 G.ra / i.! ..., _

,4NEWRQOPs Wilson are the proud ira+d- Brown, Alene .:.Sweat; Helen i I ;;<,/51 -. l "i :,,!'iIi#;

parents of a new' granddaughter, North, Susie Harris Mary #il- .
THE born' to Mr ,arid Mrs. .L&lie- 'Wilson gore, Barbara Whitehead and : -- t' ,0;.. : c. ; '

WORD yOU KNOW of' Orlando.' The baby' Jean'who Karen [and: ShJion', ,Griffis. i ,fhOrfQ: 3 Ib, can' 91e I"I"S t=: :J lb .bx ;:i 'li;: ; lb t

__ has been named Pamela Tucir ,Giddens ,of, 'Plant, y ,YJ. .., _to? ,

was born on Oct. 4. spent Saturday night -with t'i is TerCoing! ; and, Salads .' fa I carls! 39c .........'
i
w We welcome baek- to' our community brother-in-law1; and sister, Ir, .WESSON OIL 1 rliire.. 't..lhl tr.i! -U'fOl.:

Mr. and Mrs.Gordon land-Mrs; D. 'B.1 'Griff&'and' fmttyt1 pint 30c I / ,.J:
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t. .. : : .
: -.s. PurcT/ and famltf 4Snd thd .staff' to ". t 'Xab cG, FreouumSXLTINES ;:4-I ;. ... ,, i ,-4 UP19jr t .if:

members of Park of the Palmi Don't forget the singing convention _
; 1 Ib box 'C 'M) Y 2 for 19c Birds Eye 'oze.r' -
25c3 _
:
Miss Roberta Lowe. Miss. C1arlotte -; ,t the Jtaxville Congre- . : .. ;
'
Dow and Miss Adrienne1CampbelLrWe gatioHal"Holiness'churcn Sunday'', : : CORN "
2 for
took forward 'to the ) ;Go1ditsIitining; : I I J 5c
Oct 20. Dinner i i will be served on SAIL g'pkgs 23c ., S ..
\ .tt..t e _. \ at wife ; I .
%_ opening1' the -season the gjoultuls'and"singing ,will begin $PR ,. 3 Jb .can J 9Zc # I "' z TI
Dec. I -T A&1kFroz4l1y.
F.
-' -'-- '' -. Park. Programs will begin "promptly at 2:30vp.: 'ui:. >**. _
19,- and the dining room the .Palmetto public is invited.. -" .B' t'hN ;stralne4'. ., .. A..-.' 'kyQy,14'bAbuhdje1.'SPfc ? POTATO

Rooms will open* with---. ; Mt.!. Guy ,Frigo and childrea(: BABY'FOQDr6,jars 63c : .. 2 irr1 7
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Thanksgiving Dinner.. and William Padgett .of 'S:!cl-; :

ST/VRKE/ TQ PATRONS OF STARKE nille.1Sit I Witb.J.frs.... F an-, p-lackey Meatless N &p, AN, got Pk SSc" P fd j! -f Ji; r. M< ,,. ,
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LAUNDRY & DRY. CUCXNIJRSMr. '" f ., y 11f T.'rrtT {'Ii ( i

< Fred. Ellis. h 'no Jon: erconnected fourH I f"atliYtftd, ...tndIatfy. CqQPSUEY,3Q3c> 33c --- #_J,4JurMvuxQr 3.lc'OoldMed
p ( BUILDERS SUPPLIES with thin firm. B. F. : :.* fI' .. ._ r "':'9- I. ... T 1;( i. t 4O _- -* "r'B'ISQUICf'
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Ghames, a resident of Lake B!l; "We wish to thank' those who Detergent 22iZCAX'TPULELJQUIp Birds !Eye "

ford Is route salesman replacing have been-;0*itocn rk 'f.r'the 20 t* :4kx(?. .c : 3"
XkJ./
4pc {
Thjyi Sir. E11U. > past yean; ?$ v>% hope, to 4on- t AVj : ,JIT"3"C

'ilry'Enis failed to Belivef' ,some .tui:, tf'-; f".f'aTAUr..naV.you. "- I ", FacialSCQTyiES ue Regolar Bars ,oap : 1'-4
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of the clothe of our customer*.. ., c14.Rs j' H : : ; JBUTTER'BEANS
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I'l\l.t. tuuu Im.\U1'UJLU UHUSTV: TiaKUKAI'll.; ; STARK I'':. FLOKIDA Fill DAY, OCTOBKIl 13, 19.);.
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p __I I s i v ia I I I I CALL FOR BIDS traded, with standard generatorand
Ernest Wells WedsIn Program Presented First Baptist Circles Loretta Kelly WedsIn Sealed bids will be received by voltage regulator Not Included -
I the City Council of the City of Police Radio heavy-
Alabama Rites At Woman's Club"By Double-Ring Rites Starke Florida. at the City Hall in duty generator and alternator,
Women's Circles of the First
Starke Florida, until 7:00 o'clock siren and top light. Buick can
FHA MembersThe Baptist Church met this weekas P.M. on Tuesday November 5. 1957. be seen at Police Headquarters. ,
Gary Allen Shaw, son of Mr. at which time and place all bids The said City reserves the rightto
t follows: and Mrs. Paul Shaw of McKees- received will be publicly opened and accept or reject any or all bids.
Starke Woman's Club was The Ida Darby Circle met at. read aloud on the following: CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy
port, Pa., and Miss Loretta Kelly One new 1957 or 1958 Tudor Carl Johns City Clerk.
: "I..r"I. entertained the home of Mrs. F. B. Beard.
by a program given I daughter of Mra Enoch Kelly Sedan, color black, eight cylinder 10/18 it 11/1
by the Future Homemakers of leader. Mra L. D. Haines offered with a minimum of 200 H.P.
I and the late Mr. Kelly of Starkewere and with a minimum of 114 inch New Bowling: Alley installed in
America Club of BHS
to the
Gladys Mooty at the October a prayer open meetingand
.,.,_ .,_ .._ _. 1 after- I "Books married in a double-ring wheel base equipped with heavy Recreation Hall 122 E. Call St.
1.1.' --1 I I '' .1 ""' .' meeting Wednesday the program, was duty brakes. radiator fan and
coon of last week. presented by Mrs. J. A. Griffin, ceremony performed at 7:30 p. turn indicators with automatic

Woman's Club Features 'Songs Of Yesteryear' 1I The program was under the Mrs. Beard, Mrs. J. Lewis, Mrs. m. on. Sept. 28 in the First Buick transmission.Sedan Model One 1952 four, to door be
Church of Montrose.The .
In Program Honoring Teachers and Principals,I American Home Dept, Mrs. H. Arvin Maze and Mrs. Haines. Methodist Rev. Dr. Joseph D. Piper ,
B. Peyton, first vice president, Refreshments were served during -
,: with Mrs. Lowell Mathews chair- the social period. ws the officiating minister.
Songs of Yesteryear" was the soloists were Lou Hillendahl, I ,
theme of an informal reception Mara Ann Payne and Sylvia .- -. \ man, and Mrs. Joe Arnold, co- The bride was given in mar-

held Thursday night of last weekin ,Paulk. The musical program was i, chairman. Mrs.. Mathews Introduced The Lottie Moon Circle met riage by an uncle of the bride-
Mrs. 1... H. Gibson of the at the church Monday evening, ITS A FACT
the Starke Woman's Club when arranged and accompanied at the groom. Paul Kaeslin. Her ballerina -
with Mrs. E. L. McKnight, Mrs. ;
members entertained in honor of the piano by Mrs. Lloyd Green. Home Economics Department who
length which she designed -
and Mrs. L. N. gown
the teachers and principals of Each card table was centered 0.. presented her assistant Miss M-- Kate Sheppard tofti -
bel Sublett, and the FHA meht- Pickering as hostesses. The pro- ,' was' fashioned of white
Bradford County Schools. with a dish of "TV snacks" sur- S

After being greeted at the door rounded toy sprigs of pyracantha, bers, Betty Jean Schmitt, Alice gram was presented by Mrs. yitin with long pointed sleeves "\ LIVING-'

members and guests were seatedat and following the program guests Faye Newman, Flora Slade, Glen- Pickering with Mrs. McKnight, and a Chantffly lace yoke. A "aN IIMALSDONOTYtf' rl

card tables: in the auditorium.The were served apple pie and coffee. da Parker, Margie Whitehead, Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. Charles ,I jeweled crown with a shoulder SLEEP oThluM ,.

stage was the center of interest The serving table in the sun- I Jackie Parrish, Janice Conner, Darby and Mrs. E. D. Tenly length veil and a cononial bou- -

being cleverly decorated to room was overlaid with a yellowand I Rhodia Hines, Linda Kay Sale, participating. Refreshments were quet of white roses completedher
Martha Weldon served after the meeting.The costume. .
present a rustic scene in harvest white linen cloth and centered Beverly Green

time. At one side stood an old- with a straw turkey flanked by and Cecilia McComb. The girls Brownlee Circle met in Mrs. Emilene Moyers of Washington -

fashioned covered well, and prominent horns of plenty from which fell gave a panel discussion of their Mrs. Garl Mathews leader D. C. was her sister's ma- ,
home of
in the foreground was an fruit, vegetables- and sprigs- of wcrk with the FHA. who opened the meeting with tron of honor, and Miss Faye ASK

iron pot "boiling" over a log fire. ryracantha berries. The arrange- Miss Fae Mrs. A. Russell Norman, presi- the Messick, also of Washington,
English,
and
daughter of with a prayer presented CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
An assortment of barnyard animals ment was flanked by four colored Mr. and :lira Joseph Blair En- dent, presided over the meetingand Participating in the was bridesmaid. They wore taffeta

com shocks, pumpkins, and china candle holders with burn- glish, became the bride of Ernest Miss Clara Leaman gave the program. were Mra J. W. Lee gowns in mint green and about this question:
lanterns added to the rural at- ing yellow tapers. devotion. It was announced that program orange delight, and carried Uw
Biggs Wells, son of :Mrs. Ernest and Mrs. H. L Brownlee.
mosphere.In Mrs. H. B. Peyton and her committee i B. Wells of Lawtey and the late the November meeting of the executive Mra Dea Wilson and Mrs. Vin- matching colonial bouquets.As "My sister came back from a

charge of arrangements for were in charge of decorations Ernest B. Wells, at the home of board will be held Wed- assisted the hostess with a flower girl, Linda LP.ei Wake up to the need of having holiday trip to find the home

this delightful affair was Mrs.. Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum was r.esdayafternoon, Nov. 5, at 4:30 sty cousin of the bride- car properly ser'ired.Our .
her parents in Range, Ala. on refreshments. i Kaeslin, a your broken into, and jewelry,
vice chairman of the invitation committee c'clock instead of on Thursday of !
Foster Shi Smith fourth
October 6. The double ring cere- groom, wore a colonial blue lace line of products and ac silverware clothing and other
,
and her co-chairman, Mrs. Junius Smith and that week. It was voted to give
president, mony was performed 'by Rev. J.W. The Dora Alderman Circle met frock and carried a colonial bou- cessories" are tops. stolen
Mrs. Dave Paulk, social chairman. Mrs. E. L. Matthews were in $5 to ARC for overseas service personal belongings -
charge of the refreshment committee Andrews. men. Mrs. Junius Smith, finance at the home of :Mrs. L. G. Powell. quet.Paul a loss of about $1200. On the
Serving as master of ceremonies :MiM :Mavis English. sister of conducted by Mrs. Shaw brother of the Columbus did not discover
and Mrs. Frazier Shaw chairman, asked that it ''be votedto Devotion was their injured anoth.
trip boy
Mrs. Paulk introduced the ,
and her committee were in chargeof the bride, was maid of honor, buy 12 card tables for the club Maxie Carter and the program. bridegroom, was best man, and America in 1492! On October
of the various Bradford child and the medical costs
principals the seating arrangements. and Paul Morgan of Mobile, Ala., and the motion was passed. Two presented by Mrs. Coran and ushers were John Bergey and 12, 1492 Columbus sighted an er

County Schools, who in turn introduced Members of the Little! Women's brother-in-law o* the bride, serv- new members, :Mrs. A. L. Brown Mrs. D. W. Moore. The meeting Anargiros Patellis, fraternity island which he' called San Salvador ran to $370. Would a Homeowners
their
bers. :Mrs. Paulk new also faculty introducedthe mem Club, with Miss Della Rosenberg ed as best; man. and Mrs. A. H. Harley, were voted time was changed to the third brothers.. and which has since been Policy pay both these

county, city and state of- as sponsor, served refreshments. Following the ceremony, a reception into the club.Hostesses Tuesday at 2:30: p m. The meet- The bride has been employedfor identified with Watling Island.On losses 1"Charley -

ficials who were guests on this was held at the home of for the afternoonwere ing was closed with a prayer by some time as secretary for his third voyage in 1498,

the bride's parents.The : Mrs. M. W. Lance, chair- Mrs. Lex Green and refreshments the FBI in Washington, D. C.
occasion, and then presented a Dotty Sue BiggsComplimented he beheld, for the first time, !
bride is a graduate of man Mrs. H. P. Mrs. were served by the hostess.
musical program. Morgan, Mr. Shaw, a graduate of Me the mainland 'of America.SNCLAIRfTATOtf. E Johns
With Monroeville High School. Mr. Lewis Haines, Mrs E. B. Searing, -
School receiveda
The :Methodist Men's Quartette, The Ethel Biggs Circle of the Keesport High ,
Wells is a graduate of Bradford Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mrs. Ava Pickering -
composed of Jim Ritch, Lou Hill- Lovely Bridal ShowerMiss Church met Monday B. S. degree in science at Penn-
First Baptist
High School and attended the Mrs. D. L. Silcox Mrs. W.
University of Florida, receivinghis B. Mundy and Mrs. E. D. Tenly.i evening & Son
Goldwire selection was 'a member of Tau Kappa Agency
sang a of old Dotty Sue Biggs of St. B. S. degree at Florida Ruby Johns, the new chairman.
favorites, and a piano duet of Augustine, daughter of the late Following the opening prayer by Epsilon. He recently received his
Southern \
College. He served
two
Southern melodies in the modern Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs of ; Brooker Garden Club Mrs. A. R. Norman, Mrs. Johns discharge from the U. S. Armya.
years in the U. S. Army. Phone 13 Starke FUu
manner was presented by Archie a counter-intelligence agent in nALVAREZ'
honored at
Starke was a lovely Officer Board MeetsThe announced the new chairmen and I
Green and Bob Smith. Featured bridal shower and luncheon After a wedding trip to Virginia Washington, and plans to go Into -
_nn_,. the.n_ rminlp- will.__._ rpsirtA._____ _in. -Mrs.--- Norman- presented- the program -
Thursday at the Garden Restau- Mobile, Ala.--r--where Mr. Wells is executive board of the "An Open Door." Follow- industrial developmentPrenuptial

rant given by a group of local I employed at Brookley Air Base Brooker Garden Club met Mon- ing the meeting the hostess ser- events included a

Starke friends. i in Production Control. day night at Green's Cafe with ved refreshments. farewell party and shower given Men's Clothing I
STORE
Miss Biggs will become the the president, Mrs. L. C. Wood, by the bride's fellow workers 1III Established 1894 II
rLORIDATHEATRE bride of David Sandbach, son of presiding.The The Helen Masters Circle met and a bachelor party by co-

Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer A. Sand- Methodist WSCSThe I regular meeting date was Tuesday morning in the home of workers of the bridegroom, anda ,

bach of St. Augustine on Satur- Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. Mrs. rehearsal party given by Mr.
postponed for the month due to
day, Nov. 2, in Trinity Episcopal Methodist WSCS met Madge Chasteen opened with a and Mrs. William Scott of White
conflicting activities. In of
Church, St Augustine.The Tuesday morning in the fellow place prayer and presented a programon Oak. .
hall for their this, members are urged to attend -
ship study course Africa based on the mission
luncheon guests were the District Five Conferenceto NOTICE
and luncheon meeting.Mrs. "
book, "Continent in Commotion,
seated at a U-shaped table in Gunter-Underhill
be held at O'Leno State Parkon
.
: C. D. Williams, presidentof and other materials. Mrs. F. J.
the private dining room of the
Sat., Oct. ]13 ONLY the society, presided over the Oct. 29. Transportation and Shaw closed the meeting with ,
restaurant. The honoree's table sandwiches will be furnished by Miss Ann Gunter daughter of
meeting which was opened with after which refreshments I
DOUBLE FEATURE was centered with.a beautiful the club to wishing to at- prayers Mra Ruby Williams and Horace
prayer by Mrs W. G. Haile. The anyone served by the hostess. PECAN GROWERS
bride doll from which was arrayed tend. were Gunter of Starke, and Harmon
devotional was given by Mrs. L
'1I I! down the length of the committees Circle Underhill, son of Mr. and Mrs.
D. Green. Special appointedto The Lorena Epperson I
table a long arrangement of will
\ Vasco Underhill of Starke,
The study course, "Social serve at the conference were: met-Monday evening in the homeof
ruffles, bows and puffs of pink Witness of the Local Church in Mrs. Dave Green, distribution: Mrs. Guy Sale, leader. The be united in marriage on Sun-
maline interspersed with white day Oct. 27. The wedding will]) PECANSANY
the Ecumenical Movement," was and Mrs. Howard Douglas, re meeting was opened with prayerfor WANTED Mtt
Placed at intervalswere
pompos. take at the home of the
given by Mrs. C. D. Williams, gistration.The the miasionaries by ;Mrs. place
four pink tapers in silver bride's sister, Mrs. A. R. Johnson -
Mrs. C. R. Bradford and Mrs.
November meeting will be Bertha Fuller. The devotion was
holders. Small corsages of pink Jr., at 5 o'clock in the after-
James Merz. Mrs. New-
G. S. Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. followed -
held the date given by
ANI) carnations were placed at each on regular meeting .
;' comb sang a solo followed by a by a discussion of plansfor noon.Woodmen's QUANTITY RECEIVED
of the 45 place settings. at the community center with
skit Mrs. L. K. White-
OTREAiES given by the new WMU year by the I
Those from out-of-town attending head, Mrs. B. F. Moxley, Mrs.C. Mrs. E. Kleinman in charge of chairmen and committees. The Circles .

TRUE. : r this delightful affair S. Haddock, Mrs. Don Vaughn, the program. was closed with prayer NOTE:
meeting
ADVENTURE)} were Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mrs. Wil- Supreme Forest Woodmen Cir aThere
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Sr. and Mrs.L. J. D. Doyle with Mrs.
bier Sandbaoh and Mrs. Owen by Mrs. cle Grove 278 will meet in the is a short crop of Pecans this -
.
D. Whittle. Lake YWAThe
OF OUR! "I. Kingsley L. F. Dink 1si.and Mrs., Guy Sale
.. Griffin of St. Augustine. : Following the luncheon a short refreshents afterward. Lions Den Tuewlay, Oct. 22, at year, so don't be high-pressured out

TIMEI, business session was held. Kingsley Lake YWA met serving 7:30 p. m. Election of officers I of them Talk with us about our .

'. New Bowling Alley Installed in at the home of Mrs. Edna Nor- Ladies CouncilThe will he held at this meeting and DSP program before you sell. Those

.- '-;ti.eL Recreation Hall, 122 E. Call St. ton, Thursday Oct. 10 with the members are urged to attend. -
Executive BoardThe who used this service last year received -

: silent world I program on "The Open Door." Ladies Council Circle of the highest price for their

: executive board of the Two solos were sung by Miss the First Christian Church met Methodist ChurchRev. crop. Ask us about it.

-.,. ;k-L. i t TECHNICOLOR I Get the MOST for your Starke Garden Club will meet Carolyn Norton and devotion was Tuesday night at the home of

;Aca.uuaIArIcTu4. Thursday evening, Oct. 24, at 7:30 brought by Mrs. Marie Siemer. Mrs. Wesley Andrew for the Donald F. Kokomoor -Jim Chasteen.BROWNLEE .

-' _. Dollar! Compare andyou'll o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. Refreshments were served 'by first meeting of the new year. 9:45: Sunday School for all

A. Lawson on N. Temple Avenue. Mrs. Norton. ages.
see why Mrs. Andrews was in charge of
Plus "Bugsy... Mugsy" Cartoon ,11 Morning Worship.
the subject .
and Chapter; No.7 the program on & CHASTEEN
6:15 "Dine-A-Mite" for the
Serial. Hear This Timely Sermon By Pastor At 8 P.M. (work) progress. MYF.

Those taking part on the pro-
"Three World Events That Point To The gram were Mrs. Ara Maitt, Mrs. '6:45: Worship and business
Sun., Mon. Oct. 20, 21Plus "#-fJ : meeting of the Senior and In- YOUR RECEIVER OF PECANS
e Ira Wilson, and Mrs. Havana
Soon of Christ.
,. i. Coming termediate MYF.
Johns. Mrs. Millie Fogg presidedover
I 1958W 7:30 Evening Worship.You FOR GOLD .KIST PECAN GROWERS
the business meeting.Mrs. .
fj RUSSIAN SATELLITE, are invited to come and
Andrews assisted Mrs.
BEST by worship with u<*. A friendly 316 E. Brownlee St. Starke
*: I -b,"" .lJh...... ti MID-EAST TROOP MOVEMENT Lester Kite and Mrs. Ira Wilson church for friendly people. !

S U. S. SEGREGATION STRIFE served delicious refreshments to Listen to station WRGR every I Highest Cash Prices Paid
: the 14 members and one visitor
wr = Sunday morning from 11:30: until -

\ e.n First Church ireaent.The next meeting will be with I noon.
Baptist HamptonSunday -
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Mrs. Havana Johns.
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Super HORIZONTAL Cha&Js. o'clock at the home of the leader ;

"Out Foxed" Cartoon Best in Service Dependability Mrs. J. D. Warren, 321 North ,
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Special!
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( 3US1 at dinner Thursday eveningof WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE OF
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.inhere D. Tenly, class teacher, with
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Special and "Audrey, the That's an there is to it! It's easy to get thrilling,finished picture Bradford County Hospital an,

Rainmaker" Cartoon in 60 seconds with a precision-built Polaroid Land Camera. No nounces the following births:',

vision A 214S.T1M. 21*1.I Overall,:.Console Tele messing with chemicals. AU ready for you in a minute-and what Mr. .and Mrs. Cyril Starling of CALL US TO-DAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION II I II
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WINKLER of Starke, a son Oct. 14. I I .
BULLINGTON'SSTUDIO '
Mr. and Mrs.. Donald Anthony Phone 12 743 South Walnut St. .

Baker of Keystone Height*,. a

Electric ServicePhone daughter, Teresa Carol, Oct. 15. I

Plus- "Jerry and the Lion" AND GIFT SHOP' -: Rosier of Also Given At
Cartoon and Louis Prima Mr. and Mrs. Bobby S&H Green Stamps Phillips 66 Stations

and Orchestra, Cavalcade. 166 Starke, Fla. Phone 265 Opposite Florida Theatre Starke Fla, Lawtey announce the.: birth of a
224 N. Ave. Suzanne born
Temple daughter, Felecla .
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FRIDAY. OCTOBKK 18. 1957. BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE Fin

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Miss Jackie Colley of FSU will Mrs. Henry Carter of Maxville Glenn F. Williamson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Moxley, Jr. Starke Florida at the City Hall in Lion 102 inch minimum or Gar
I Starke. }Florida until 7:00 o'clock bage Collection Unit of comparable -
T TI be home for the weekend. was visiting Mrs. Effie Johns Mrs' Estelle B. Williamson of and son, Benjy, were in Midville, P.M. on Tuesday November 5. Ii\ :i7. specifications. Pody to I.e
.
Mrs. Lester C. Humphries is last Friday and Saturday.Mr. Lawtey, and Earl Norman, son Ga. over the weekend visiting t at which time and place all bid* painted two coats of solid color -
received will be publirly opened aud Body- to be mounted on
I I I'I II visiting relatives in New York and Mra T. B. Harding Sr. of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Normanof Mr. and Mrs. Moxley Jr. read aloud on the following: truck to be furnished by Cityof

for two weeks. returned home Monday after Starke, have been named stu- One 16 cubic yard enclosed Starke Florida.
CALL FOR BIDS Packer type Garbage Collection The said City reserves the rightto
Mrs. Daisy Ferryman has been vacationing for two weeks with dent counselors in the U'of F Sealed bids will be received by Unit, side loading 100.000 pound I' accept or reject any or all bids.
quite ill with Asiatic flu. relatives in Valdosta, Atlanta men's residence halls for the the City Council of the City of heavy-duty endless roller chain I' CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA
I Starke, Florida, at the City Hall in not less than 50.000 pound pack By Carl Johns, City Clerk
I THE NEWS Mrs. C. T. Tillman of Quitman, Nashville and Birmingham.Mrs. 1957-58) year. Counselors are Starke, Florida. untij 7:00 o'clock ing pressure. cab to axle dimen 10.18' St 11 a

1 Ga. was the Monday luncheon Ethel Pickren of Gainesville chosen on the bags of scholar- P.M.at which on Tuesday time and November place all 5. 1957 bids, 4- -4__ __ ----- --- -

(. .. ....,_ _!--------- -------------,- _.-,-,,- guest of :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Da is spending this week with ship, leadership, and character.Mr. received will be publicly opened an}' _- __-. __ or ____ _ ..-"-- -- -
her son-in-law and daughter Mr. read aloud on the following:
and Mrs Wheeler I
Wayne
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel) and Miss Cam Chalet of New Orleans vis.Mr. One tuo-ton truck heavy duty,
and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. and .Mrs. Seeber Goodman and and Mr. and Mrs. W. Wayne eight cylinders, not less than
family Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson, was the weekend guest of and son, Bobby, spent Friday to family. Wheeler ap-" iughter of Kansas 175 Horsepower or 270 cubic
and :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlongwere Miss Barbara Colley. Both girls, :" inch displacement, Four speed
last week with
Wednesday of Mr. Mrs. Effie Johns was. in Haw- City, Mo. t'7I pending this week transmission. two speed axle. I
In Brunswick: Ga. last Friday who are student nurses at Char- and Mrs. Dodd's parents, Mr. thorne last Thursday visiting her 825x20:! tires with tubes. 102 inch I
with Mr. Mrs.
and Leo
the Hospital, New Orleans, are Champion C. A. dimensions, FAII. Starke, I
where they attended ity and Mrs. N. O. Gilmore in Carth-
niece, Mrs. F. W. Wefcb.: and family.Mr. Florida. Bid price l-j be adjusted I
funeral of their grandfather, T. working for two weeks at Flag- age, Miss. The Gilmores celebra- Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and and Mrs. Ray Cannon of on freight difference to I .eVtcToRflg CTv
K. Mroczkowski, 103 years old. ler. Hospital, St. Augustine.Mrs. ted their 50th wedding anniver- dinner Mon- body'mounting point.
guests
family were The said the rightto :
' Fort Worth, Texas were guests City reserves
They were accompanied to the Ruby Britt and son, Ray, sary on Oct. 6. They also via'ted; day of Mr. and Mrs. Odom Craw- and of last accept or reject any or all bids.
funeral by Mrs. Dave Paulk. of Ocala spent the weekend with Mr. Dodd's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville.Mrs. Tuesday Wednesday CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDABy
ford in
week of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Carl Johns, City Clerk.
Miss Mary Dankel of Waycross. Mrs. Nita Dyal. Dodd. Sr. in Durant, Miss- Mae Jones and Mr. and 10/13 3t 111CALL .
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Edwards.Mr. e.i
Ga. returned with the Dankels Mr. and Mrs. Eustis McKnighthad -
New Bowling Alley installed in of Jacksonville -
Mrs. E. L. Dowling
and Mrs. W. Wayne FOR BID1 S
". for a few days visit. as-, guests Wednesday even- Recreation Hall, 122 E. Call St. were Monday visitors of Sealed bids will be received by -.i-
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bradley attended ing of last week, Rev. and Mrs. Miss Martha Ann Hutchinsonof E. Middleton. Wheeler of Kansas City Mo. and the City Council of the City of
Dr. and Mrs. W.
I the staff party of the M. L. .Adkins of Sumter, S. C., Orlando spent the weekend Betty Ann Simmons and Kathy Mrs. Lola Garbett of Starkecpent j

Liberty National Life Insurance Rev. J. R. Mosser, R. T. Chandler with her grandmother, Mra F. Struth of St. Joseph's Academy, Tuesday to Thursday in & 1
,J Co. In Gainesville last Friday B. M. Cottingham of Man- Miami.
G. Hutchinson and family.Mr. St. Augustine, will be home for I
night. ning, S. C. and Rev. I. E. Lyerly, and Mrs. W. M. Andrewsof the weekend.Mr. Mrs. W. S. Slade was visiting

New Bowling Alley installed in D. A. McIntosh and Irving Mc- Ozark, Ala. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knightof Mra J. H. Milhollin in Douglas, WHENIN

Recreation Hall, 122 E. Call St. Intosh of Kin stret>, S. C. who and Mrs. R. O. Dansby this Gainesville spent Saturdaywith Ga. the past week.
all enroute to the Presbyterian Mr. and :Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr.
Mr. and Mra!' Tony Gonzalez were week. The Dansbys also had as Mrs. D. E. Knight.
were weekend guests: of Mrs. Conference in Miami. Sunday visitors, Mr. and Mrs. R. returnedlast and family of Jacksonville were I
George Kopelousos
Jean Garner and family in Pa- Mrs. John Love Wilkes left J. Andrews and family of Wes- Thursday after two and half visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Slade, Sr. NEEDOF ,

la tka where :Mr. Gonzalez Monday for Coral Gables to visit connett.Mr. months' visit with relatives in and family and Col. and Mrs. T. I

preached at the Francis Baptist her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand T. Long on Sunday. ,
and sight-seeing
Athens, Greece,
Church services on Sunday. and Mrs. F. H. Evans and familyfor in Cadet Jack Miller has been i iI
family were Tampa Sun- throughout the country. I
Mrs. J. E. Wilson Fpent the a month. promoted to Lieutenant (Platoon
day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rich- Satur-
Steve Simmons rpent
with her sister Mrs. S. Enjoy the all-new 1958 Motorola I
weekend ard Williams.Mr. leader of Band Company) at
of last week jn II -. '
to Thursday
T. Dell, Sr. in Gainesville.Miss Hi Fi Console Phonographfor and Mrs. James F. Blood- day Minn. attending the Marion Military Institute, Mar- J \ -
Jacksonville day in own home Minneapolis I : .
Helen :McKey of seven your ion, Ala. -
worth and family visited her pa- Natonal Association of RetailDroggist's
was the luncheon guest last absolutely FREE. Call Bulling- rents, Mr. and Mrs. C..W. Brandon convention.Mra Charles Shepherd of Tampa MONEYSEE ,
Thursday of Mrs. Eustis Mc- ton's, phone 265' for reservationsnow. spent the weekend with his i I Night
Sr. in Quincey over the week- l
CoIpr"Every
Knight. (tf) end. Louise Uneham of Jack- father, I. P. Shepherd and fam See I'tiving
few days this
sonville spent a
ll .I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid is visitingMr. and ily.Mr. I
week with her son-in-law Shows
and Mrs. C.. C. Hoppe in and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of Gef B/acJc-ancJ-V/riife/
Mr. and Mrs. Davis
,
daughter
Tampa for two weeks. Ovieda spent the weekend with US I in 1 1Youtl
Gassett.______ tool Like 2 Sets
Patronize Home Owned Bank Robbie Shaller gave a surprise uEston Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie
your Jordan and Davis Gas- aliI." for
birthday party Saturday eveningfor Darby and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. have "tw on the
Mrs. Shaller. Sixteen guests sett celebrated their:. birthday They all visited H. M. Griffin in i the best shows ever!With Big Color -

THE COMMUNITY STATE BANK helped to celebrate the occasion.Mr. anniversaries at a joint birthday the V. A. Hospital in Lake City FOR I TV by RCA Victor, you see all the -
in all the colors of life on
supper for the two families last color shows
and Mrs. M. F. Hazen have on Sunday. I
Gassett I full 254 in. of tieicable area.
at the a sq.
evening
Friday
Mrs. Ned I .4
been spending the past week Yancy was honored "Living '
Practice! Dependable.
OF STARKEOWNED vacationing in Atlanta and Chat- home on Pratt St. with a surprise birthday lunch- I Color" TV is now priced within the

tanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Sarah Hunter and son, eon Thursday of last week I reach of every family. And it's so

See the new Bell & Howell Theron, will be! guests this week- given by five of her friends. LOANSUPTO easy to tune a child can do it.
I
BY CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Electric Eye Movie Camera-the end of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reedin Misses Gail Duke and Sandra I Arrange for a,demonstration today! -

Camera that makes perfect movie Tampa while Mra Hunter at- Seay of FSU spent the weekend UHF.VHF Q The Wtitcotf.
tor UHF
automatically.Rullington's tends the State Legislative Committee with Miss Linda Johns. | tuner optional,extra.jbl v:::!) lowest priced RCA V"dor.i grainedfmiih. i ij ,,
.... Color console.Mahogany
} Interest Paid Savings Accounts Studio & Gift Shop. (tf) meeting on Friday even- H. L. Hathcock returned to his about rfw' .xcfusrvt ......-.lli- Model! 2ICT785.! SC OOCO I
3' on Mr. and Mrs. William C. John- ing in Tampa. home in Blackwell Okla. on Wed- RCA Victor factory S::"K' Contract

son have moved from E. Call Mrs. O. D. Evans and children nesday after a week's visit with ICA p.ooMi.d ond de.elop.d CompohbU Color Television i

.. Street to 620 Pinewood Drive, and Mrs. Maxine Starling and his sister, Mrs. Ed Carswell.Mr. .
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the home formerly occupied by son spent the weekend in Savan- and Mrs. Titus Olson were

NO EXCHANGE CHARGED :Mr. and Mrs. Frances Danneywho nah, Ga. with relatives. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.

have moved to West Palm Meed C. Lewis, Airman, U. S. Mae Hawkins in Waldo.
TO CASH YOUR CHECK Beach. I Navy, has received his discharge Mrs. Erline Bussey of Atlanta I $600 TV ServIceAll

The Carl Browns have moved I after visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed
----------- serving 19 months of
to 607 Alton Rd. and the E. 0. : Carswell.
duty. He is the son of Mr. and ,
The Community State Bank of Starke is owned by Goodges have moved to 746 N. Mrs. E. C. Lewis of. Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and
Walnut St. daughter, Carolyn, were in Fort
Mr. and Mrs.
citizens of Bradford County Citizens who invest and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapmanand Robert F. Myers over the weekend visitingMrs. 'Folks Find Us Friendly"LOCAL
Ghamea and son, Robert Jr.. expect _
family spent the weekendat Ernestine Hooks. Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates
spend their money in Starke and Bradford County. New Smyrna Beach with Mr. to move into their new home Mr. and Mrs. William Flink
Fully Equipped ... DependableAll
now being constructed on Bed-
and Mrs. C. G. O'Neill. and daughter, Denise, of Jack-
ford Lake, within the next few
Little Ann Adkins of Gainesville FINANCE
sonville were Sunday visitors of
DRIVE-IN
TELLER WINDOW will spend the weekend weeks. Mr. Ghames, a Chief Mr. ,and Mrs. Garl Mathews.Mr. Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S

PARKiNG with he'r grandmother, Mrs. A. Warrant Officer W-4, recently and Mrs. Charles Myers
AND FREE retired after 23 of
servicein
Z. Adkins. years
and daughters of Jacksonvillewere COMPANY
the Army. The family arrived RADIO & TV
Mr. and Mrs. Remer Lamb of guests of Mr. and Mrs.
In Rear of BankWE Miami will be weekend visitorsof here from Fort Sill, Okla., his Junius Smith on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. Taylor.Mr. last station and are residing at Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley 114 N. Walnut St. INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
Crystal Lake until their new home
and Mrs. James Sullivan and family returned Monday

APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS spent the weekend in Mayo with I is completed.Ben from a five dav trio- to Chester.--. I, TV Radio -- Seat Covers Upholstering

relatives. E. North, son of Mr. and S. C. to visit his parents, Mr. Phones 580 and 581

Marcia Whittle celebrated her Mrs. E. E. North, has been and Mrs. C. C. McAliley. Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. I llth birthday on Saturday witha selected as a member of the U of Rev. and Mrs. Earl Adkins of -
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hamburger fry party for 12 of Fighting Gator Band and will Sumter, S. C. were overnight -- -"

her friends that evening. perform with the band at Homecoming guests Wednesday of last weekof --- -- -

New Bowling Alley installed in festivities, Oct. 18-19. Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley.Mrs. .
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AV ', Recreation Hall, 122 E. Call St. Joel H. Miller, son of Mr. and E. L. McKnight will at- LOOKING FOR A"MODELYEAR'EN'

', f.. .,' Mrs. V. S. St. John returnedlast Mrs. W. R. Miller, is attendingthe tend the nurses convention in
.
.
,. V-K' NEVER NEEDS WATER... week after a wx weeks visitin Graduate School of California Clearwater from Thursday to \

w Darian Conn. with her son- Bapist Theological Seminary Saturday.

in-law and daughter, Mr. and ., at Covina, Call. He is enrolled See your pictures in one minute -

L: NEW! > I] Mrs. D. Christiano. Sh< also! for studies leading to a B. D. de with a Polaroid Land Cam- BARGAIN P

<, Wl 'Ulffi I toured through the New England I : era. New models in stock at Bul

states with her two sisters. gree.Friends lington's Studio & Gift Shop.tf.
Ii here will be interested _.
-
Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss ( ) -.' J
to know that Mrs. N. D.. % r '
ID 'Lffl11SW Kate Struth had as weekend visitors ,
Wainwright Jr., formelly'of
.
Mrs. W. L. Edwards of (1 ,
tarke, is the new president of RecentBirths ( '
Jacksonville and Mrs.V.. W. .
_
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1 the Hollywood Fla.) Musicale.Mr. .....- -- 1t _
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r.Mr.
Page of Lake City.
and Mrs. Robert Carlton,
; .. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher and Mrs. W. G. Cooper of formerly of Starke and now residing i _

'I Sr. of Flushing. N. Y. are spending Lookout, Tenn. were weekend at 8916 Dandy Ave., Jack- [ 4fp9 :
guests of their +
t cousins! Mr. and
several weeks with Mai. and sonville, announce the birth of a !. _
Mrs. J. R. Hixon.
Mrs. Hatcher, Jr. and family at son; Leslie Durant, on Oct. 1. _
Camp Blanding. THE RIGHT POJfor the Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Jr. J .: _

S-Sgt. Delano Thomas of way you \vrite. Come In and select of Americus, Ga., formerly of .: ,. _

Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, your favorite ESTERBROOK Starke, announce the birth of a :

: Miss. will be home for the weekend Fountain Pen. ,TEtlXSRAPH daughter, Sharon Kim, on Oct. 11. -- H1; 1

I and will attend Homecoming : i
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at the U. of F. i -i

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and -. ;
I fI "_'.''''-,-' ..
daughter of Tampa spent the ..,-: : .

weekend with Mrs. Laura Tison. WANTED MILLION POUNDSPECANS I ., ...-fJ ...".. ... "
10.UIl They visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill

t Tisvm in Jacksonville on satur- t (

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battdb1r" INSTALL IT...FOIGET ITt! day.Mrs.. C. S. Bowers returnedto # . .


\ 1\1'n:\e-t\\artttt4 bQnded\ b1 Here science at has last been is the trying battery to perfect her Tuesday home after in Fort visiting Lauderdaleon her Then check these facts that prove that FORD is your best buy!

>>'1 son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
100 !
: than
n41tQU9\ for more years t
b and .r'
Mrs. R. G. Paterson for two }
.- Think of itnow'ou can for three weeks. Ford has been the best buy throughout the '57 season. And now t:.< ,..
\ '" install j in your car the most Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hair I IIi that the model-year end is here Ford's an even better buy. To "j' I
built of make room for our '58's, we are offering you buys that have
powerful battery ever Lake City were visiting Mrs. An- never been equaled. MAKE\ THE ACID I I TEST:
then forget it completely for nie Hollingsworth and I
daughter
Crrtifirb!! I !
1 YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY FORD!

at least ten long years! Penny, last Sunday. Model for model, right across the board, Ford cars are the New Car Prkir S_ !
.The SILICON WATERLESS BATTERY View-master Reels and Viewersat HIGHEST MARKET PRICES
SUITS A YEAR lowest priced of the low-price three. + I
for 50,000
delivers quick starting power Bullington's. '
10-ton truck engines at 70 degrees FOR 10 LONG YEARS I (tf) Ii YOU SAVE WHEN YOU DRIVE FORD! less Trade-In

below zero...far more than your Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton and Ford showed dramatic proof of its low-cost operation in the only! Allowonci SThis !
needs. What other battery stores such family were in Jacksonville II 4
car nationally recognized test of gasoline economy-the 1957 Mobil-

t The SiliCON WATERLESS' BATTERY tremendous reserve power that day visiting Mr. and Mrs. sun-I ''I No Too gas Economy Run. In a field of twelve different makes of C--4l'S.' '

makes your lights burn brighter by it can deliver the equivalent ofWestinghouse Jordan. I : Quantity Large a Ford Six delivered more miles per gallon than any of them. Is that you pay S_ _

light meter test. more than 120 starts a day for Mrs. Clydie Collins of Starkeis YOU SAVE WHEN YOU TRADE A FORD!

.Tachometer SILICON t R.P.M.WATERLESS tests t prove BATTERY that 10 years or more?The SIUCON a medical patient at Doctor's Ford is worth more when you buy and when you sell it, too! Mcki this test end you'U buy ford!

the did it in Hospital.C. Small _*lLu4 on eovtparuon of matufafttuaf tuggaltd riled dtliitrtd prieu _ _ _
turns your engine over faster. WATERLESS BATTERY H. Walters of Jacksonvilleis or .>'

.The SILICON WATERLESS BATTERY the toughest battery test ever spending this week with Mr. V

is powerful enough to start your devised by any laboratory- and Mrs. E. D. Tenly. S. .
butNOBODYouf-fradesa
engine 50,000 times a for Nobody FORD Dealer
car at least 10 years! year made a total of half a millionstarts Mrs. W. B. Mundy and ?srs.' SEE US BEFORE SELLING '

I In competitive laboratory tests the E. F. Miles took Jean Mundy to COME IN AND MAKE US PROVE ITI)

SILICON WATERLESS BATTERY Bessie Tift College, Forsythe, Ga. I
t\ i produced 400% more power than NEVER USES WATER... on Monday. Mrs. Miles visited I ,

( one of the nation's top-selling, NEVER OVERHEATS... relatives in Warner Robbins, Ga.

nationally-advertised\ batteries! NEVER FREEZES... Monday night, and they returnedto DILLARD KEENE I
.The above statements of fact are Starke on Tueslay. Andrews Motor Co.I

'- certified to be true in every respect NEVER NEEDS ATTENTION Mrs. Alma Compton of Jack- PHONE 488 ,

Beach
sonville spent a few days

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Guy 1 321 Temple Avenue ,

Sale.Mr. II MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA.

YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALERStarke and Mrs. E. W. Winkler Starke Florida

Florida and Mrs. Effie Johns attendedthe I If you're Interested in an A-I Used Car Be Sure 'to See Your Ford Dealer -
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homecoming at Long Branch .
Baptist Church on Sunday.. #
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William Carter, son of Mr. and l ., tt

Mrs.thirteenth W. D.birthday Carter, celebrated on Saturday his FOOTIALL !p.'t' r.1i''t /

Oct. 12, with a party at their
home for friends and relatives. {4I ,,
Among the guests were both his '""! .. '
grandmothers, Mrs. R. L. Brown, ,..,,,-' .\."
and Mrs. Lassie Carter of Starke. '; \"\ '. ,, !
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Brown and av-
Mr. t
his son and daughter-in-law
end Mrs. Eugene Blown, and heron

Michael Keith, have moved ,
I into the brick building on Navarre
St. They are from Belmont, Miss. .
and Mrs. Brown is a sister of B. ,Tornadoes Deland *
L. Barnes. Michael Keith vs.
will attend Hampton 12\\ / : .. J

School. J t A' f -. I ,* :: 4
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Mrs. Lulu DeWaters of New
York City has been visiting with
Mrs. Minnie Marcionny while hereon

business. I pt
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Eugene Simmons of Winston- i
Salem, N. C. arrived Sunday night
for a visit with :Mr. and Mrs. R.
I
O. Simmons. Thursday

:Mrs. and Mrs. J. T. Kemper and
two children, moved to Hampton
Saturday, into the M. L. Watter- :. I
son house recently vacated by Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Hammond. From I

Nashville, Tenn., the family had' ..
been living in Gainesville for the: I
last five months. Their '

a boy and a girl, are Childl.en'l'''I BRADFORD PARK 8 PM ..
school l age. : -- : ,

Miss Katherine Weest of Eliza-i i .. y .
beth N. J. arrived Saturday to r I : \
spend her vacation here with her ,:
mother, Mrs. T. F. Brown. Mrs. I! I ., .
Brown, who has been visiting in '

Colorado Springs, Colo. for the -0_._._.____._.___.._._._._.__,_._,_._._,_._ _,,! MIDGET INTRA-SQUAD GAME .:.____._._._._._ _._._ _._ _._____,_ _____._._
last two weeks, returned home on ,. H _._ 0" ,,, .. .. :*;
Tuesday.E. Home Games 7:00 P.M. -- No. Extra Charge ctsr I I

V. Chasen of near Hampton t. I .. .. I Owt-Of-Town Gomes I
attended the Methodist Laymen'sRetreat I .
at Leesburg last weekend. ...... September 21.. BHS 13 Bolles 0 Admission! ; I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin of ..
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors I October. 4 BHS 38 P. K. Yonge 13 .f.' September 20 BHS 6 Macclenny 0 I" I

at the home of Mr and Mrs. K. B. I Grades 1 thru 4 Free if Accompanied by Parent t

i Watterson in Hampton. October 11.. Palatkn 18 BHS 6 .- ", I
I I : October 25 Fernandina Beach
I t Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker, John Grades 5 thru 12 May Purchase 50c Ticket at ,. -- Away,. .-.
Parker, and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. .. .. .f I
October 17 DeLand In Starke r I'
Misner and drove to Valdosta, I
son School
Only
November Seabreeze
1.
Ga. last Sunday to visit Mr. and T I Away
1: Mrs. Vasco Busey and children. November. 8.- Ketterlinus In. Starke i !11,1 I i
4 All Tickets Sold at Gate To
Anyone 5th Grade U
Sunday dinner honored the birthdays . p November 22 Green Cove I
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"* 1 Springs Away
of Mrs. Misner November 15 Santa F In Starke r ::1
and R. H. Parker.Busey Marty e.. -j. *i'w I .....- : .4' ..& ,* '

*-Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bruce of V...._...;.'_ _._'_._,_._._._._,_,_.___._._._......_____-:. : ..' :. .(" __"._._L_'_ _,....__._._._._.___._._'_L___._._ _.
Gainesville\ are the parents of a ., "' Adults -, $1.00 '.' .

son, William James, born Friday, ; ,r :
Sept. 21, at Alachua County Hospital .
Gainesville. Mrs. Bruce is
the former I Edith: Chasen of .

Hampton.Mr. .
and Mrs. J. Williams are
the patents of a daughter, Sha '
ron, born Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 1

Bradford in .. .. ,.
County Hospital r. : ..... 1> ... I
Starke. Mrs. Williams and daughter
Best Wishes To The Team ; Mow 'Em Down TornadoesHERB'S .
returned home Saturday. Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
Mrs.: Raleigh Brannen returned
Saturday after two weeks in Riverside GAY'S HOME APPLIANCESYour
THOMAS CONSTRUCTION CO. DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT
Hospital, Jacksonville, for .: : I' .. .. ,
an operation. Friendly JNrorge Dealer
Mrs. R. C. Williams and son
of Tampa spent the weekend in Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! 4 Go Gel 'Em, Tornadoes Maytag Appliances Coleman Heaters and

Hampton with, her parents, Mr. ,
!and },Mrs. Home, and Mr. and Mrs. KOCH DRUG STORE THE; SUWANNEE. STORE Floor Furnaces We service all makes

and Mrs.Horne, and Mr. and Mrs. 1 __ .
Robert Barksdale and childrenof CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager
Starke, drove her back to .A Good. Team Like The Tornadoes
,
Of -
Tampa Compliments
on Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. R. 0. Simmons Everybody.. .Out. 'For Tonight's Game! Deserves Your Support S .
"
have purchased a chicken farm STARKE HARDWARE CO. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
near Chy.slal Lake and :Mr. and ; : ,
WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATION "i '
Mrs. Russell Raulerson of Jacksonville .' .. ; -- ...-
who have been stayingat SPORTING GOODS ...

the Simmons home plan to Best Wishes To The Team ,
build a house there and run the Best Wishes To The Team /
.,. ....
farm. f. .
Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence '

Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Misner ROBERTS. JEWELRY, : ANDREWS- -. . .. MOTOR_.. .CO.
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and son were Saturday guests of '" rI
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Sanborn in HARDY, BROTHERS MOTOR CO. I YOUR FRIENDLY JEWELER 'v_ .
Gainesville.T. I Support The Tornadoes With Your PresenceB.

F. Forsyth of Heilbronn
spent the weekend in Hamptonwith 1 Compliments Of Compliments Of
T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.
his ,
son and family Mr. and
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Mrs. Joe Forsyth, and Mrs. Ina T. 'C. HAZEN, JR. NEW METHOD CLEANERS

.
Knight and son. I .
Marvin Stanley, a former pupil SINCLAIR OIL PRODUCTSPhone Best Wishes From I

at' Hampton Elementary
124 Starke Fla. Best Wishes To The TeamFAULKNER'S
School, transferred back here DENMARK
FURNITURECO.
this week from Gainesville '1 .
schools.. He is in the seventh SERVICE STATION .

grade. Compliments Of .J .. .
Marel Rhoden, who had been ... .1' Best Wishes Of .
.
visiting Mrs. here with his mother, STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESWe're HI Best Wishes- -- team GEM JEWELRY ,'. >
Lillian Blackman is in the .

hospital in Orlando now. .. The Iiuse Of Fine Diamonds: ;
:
Cliff and Michael Slade, sons ILAWSON'S THE FARMERS SUPPLY .. .. '. ? j .: -.. .
Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!
of Mr and Mrs. Avory Slade, : ; Star ke's Leading Jeweler .
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spent the night .. ..
.. Saturday in ,. '
Maxville" with w their uncle and -'
MARKET .
Onward Tornadoes! 4'W "J.t !, ;
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas "
*, Compliments Of .'
and children. Mr. and Mrs. Slade B MHM. M. HH B, .
and '' '' : GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATION. %
Nancy spent Sunday in Max- '
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Come On Out and Boost Team .
Our DODD
vlllf and the boys returned to SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
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Hampton with them Sunday -'. ; .*- ? "
GARDEN RESTAURANT
evening. Wishes From _
J Best *> :W /

"Where The Pecan Tree Grows". Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
At The Tabernacle .
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.. '. BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN,.. Volley S.t r1ln. g'a Grocery ,& Market
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enjoyable feature of the : -. r. ?'..J.. I
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The Tonight's Game
Let's Fill Stands For
Y. fc\ C. meeting Saturday evei- ... -- ...
ingJ at the .5 S Compliments Of '
Gospel Tabernacle was Be Present ,Tonight, To Cheer. Oyt' .Bo To 1
; Yg
the' group singing of old Gospel SHEPHERD'S. . RADIO & """ -. ; I
choruses. The' revival. of these TV"i : Victory I'
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO.
loved songs was uplifting spiritually ;

and of Interest to all. The Best Wishes. From . _- w ". I : .- i Jr' FARM, HOME & AUTO.SUPPLY Iii IiiJ
Sunday morning the
message by .
,
Sponsor was taken from the Old BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE Best Wishes Team
' Testament and dealt with Moses I ,
9.' Best Wishes Team II
and the Tabernacle in the wild WILLIAMS JEWELRY .
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l' erness. The experiences of this I' .. .
CONWAY SERVICE
&servantxof the Lord were many' Compliments OfSMITTY'S ... .. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR. STAiniQH ,I' .
and varied and the accounts given : '
of them in Exodus and Numbers BARBER SHOPBest .... ,. t.Un.onlus! } Station'
t
. are very interesting. A visit- Best Wishes Of .. I
tng .Speaker will the Tab I. 'it
occupy -
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, Wishes .Of t Let's Support The Tornadoes. -
rpaele pulpit Sunday morning. ;. .. .... .. -K. & J. TRUCK TERMINAL; ... .' .

EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKET i I & RESTAURANT -" '-' '.,.'.''' ..''
RAKE SALE GARAGE
: .' HART FURNITURE CO.PAGE .
Circle 4lof the Methodist WSCS I ".. .,.. ,.... .. ,
wil} hold a bake sale in.,front of ... ....: ., > : .
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BartedalVs D pt. Store, Saturday \ ,
Oct. 19, beginning at 10 1 .

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: .VTVTvv'vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv. of her cousins. Miss Elaine and er and Heilbronn Springs on ,.y.w'1': ''''"T.,11't- y'1'YY""y'' r remov clouds from and quiet and To: Esther.L. Harris, whose residence Dated this 25 day of Sept., 1957. Description ot Pr >p.sjy W .of.
Redding.Mr. and confirm plaintiffs title to the above and address! is: Unknown., (OFFICIAL SEAL) Lot 1 Blk 5 Li'nevln Cit> <<'.1 .fSEv
Maxine Wednesday Thursday of last described lands as an indefeasible Yon are hereby notifies u.-n a Charles A. DorDy. \\ oi Kj > &t'C'. 32:! T 6 :S It ':

LAWTEY and Mrs. O. J. Norman's week. CLAY HILL fee simple title thereto against the suit for divorce has been filed Clerk of the Circuit Court E.
Saturday dinner guests were Mr. claims of you and each of you; an4 against you In the above named By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Name in which assessed!! 1.10:1 J.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starlingand you are summoned ordered and re. Ce4Lrtand cause and you are required if:; 4t 11/1 HaltY.11 .
and Mrs. Laurie Carter and son family of Highland were quired ta. file your written answeror to serve a copy of your answer .\ of Bald proper, Ming in the
r weekend guests of the Joaie Starling NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
in the
f cause office of the undersigned on the Plaintiff's Attorney
.AAAALkiA4AAJ8A&AAAwMr. Clarence Griffis went to Fort TX DEED Unless such certificate or certificates
J Clerk of said Court at
_family. "AMAAI4A4A4LAAM1ITh.Clay Tanzler & Maddox. 109 Law Er- .
I ,- Pierce on Monday to visit his 'Starke, Florida, on or before the change Building, Jacksonville 2. t S... 1M.18. ...S. shall be redeemed accord-
and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson Mrs. Seeb Harris of Starke Hill PTA me Oct. 8wjth 28th day of October A.D. 1957, and Florida I Notice is hereby given, that T. J. ing to law the property described
,
j' brother, Marion Griffis*. and to to serve a copy thereof on Hollis V. Alderman the holder of the following in such certificate or certificateswill
and Miss Gwen and Alice Raul- visited Mr. and Mrs.
hi Arthur and file the original in the offlreof said the highest bidderat
i secure employment there. Roy Roddy, in charge of the Knight, plaintiff's attorney whose certificates has filed certificates be sold to
Iji'j erson were in Lamont on Friday Pearce on Sunday.Mr. address is Starke Florida, on or pe flork of th* Clrouit Conrten I- for a tax deed to be issued the court house doer on the firstMonday
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones and impressive devotional, ,Mra. Sue before said date as required by the I or before the 28 day of Oct., thereon. The certificate numbers in Month of November,
and attended the marriage of daughters were in ,Jacksonvilleon and 'Mrs.. Leslie, Philips Glennan and Mrs. H. E. Reedof, Laws of Florida and the 1954 Florida 1957; otherwise the allegations uf and years of issuance the descrlp- 1957, which is the 4 day of November -
t. Mss( lx raine Roberts and Mark- and son of Callahan were week- Rules of Civil Procedure. If said Complaint will be taken as !I turn of the property and the names 1957.
to the D. R. I
let Raulerson. Gwen acted as Wednesday see end Green Cove Springs attended you fail to so do, a decree pro con- confessed by you. 'I in which was assessed are. as fol Dated this 2 day of GeL 1957
Stones. guests of the 0. J. Phillips this meeting and Mrs. Glennan teasewill be entered against you This notlc* shall be published 1lows: (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,

t bridesmaid for her brother'swedding. 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter were family. organized the Home Demonstration for the relief demanded in- the, complaint once each week for four consecutive \I Certificate !%o. 48. sear of issu- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
weeks In the Bradford Count. Tele- ance 1953. County Florida. 10/4 4t, 10/25
(: Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Campbelland I Club with 15 members en- It is hereby ordered that this

f Mr. and Mrs., James Wainr Frank Sweat and son in Jack- Gene King were in Gainesville -' rolled.: The first meeting- of the Order and notice shall be Dublishea

Wright and family and Buddy sonville. on Sunday for a visit with 5 once a week for four consecutive
new club will be held on Nov. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph V.

; Thomas were Sunday guests off Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt Mr. and Mrs. Sidney William- from 2 to 4 pjn. The work will a newspaper published in

,,[r. C. Thomas at Heflbronn Bradford County.. Florida, and havIng
and daughter of Jacksonville visited son.Mr. be on making Christmas gifts, a general circulation in said

\ The C. B. Hiatt family spent Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bell and Mrs. Roger Edwardsand and all who are Interested are County.

the weekend at their place at son of Jacksonville .WITNESS my hand a. Clerk of .
spent' and
Invited to
and family on Saturday.Mr. I come join ua. said 'Circuit Court of Bradford

Crystal River. and Mrs. Marklee Sunday with Mr and Mra! Ben- There are no harges.Sorry County, Florida, and the seal of
Padgettand
I Mrs. Mattie Carter had as nett Wilkerson and said Court at SUrke Bradford
/ family.Mr.
I to learn that Bernice
family, formerly of Clay County, Florida on the 20th 4ay
r piesU during the weekend Mrs. Hill, are occupying the house and. :Mrs.,. V. L. Starling Mosley was on the .sick list and of September, A.D. 1957. "
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I Cora McKinley and Mrs. Jennie and Miss Catherine Cruce attended (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
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PTA
unable to attend the meet-
which horse*
belongs to Mrs. Padgett'sgrandmother CHARLES 'A. ,ARET Average
,
Rhoden o* Jacksonville. i Mrs. Babe Crews a birthday party for i ing. Hope she is well ,by now. Clerk of Circuit Court, of power cl tkU yter'i

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford.. Turby Starling given by his mother Some of, our Sunday School Hollia;Bradford V. Knight County; Florida. MAKE U THE MOST \k cart it 232, compared ta
Mrs. Alma Attorney for 140 urt three yean 090.
with |
evening Starling, on
spent Wednesday Mrs. Sam Hicks and the Leonard members, Including O. J. Pad DlaintifL y __ and higher
Dr. Ouida Fay Paul in Gaines- Prevatt Saturday evening in Starke. we" __ /27 4t 10/18 s Higher power
family were among gett, absent from Sunday -S OF TODAY'SHIGHER competition ta tfcU year'scart
ville. The Hamiltons' son, Norman those attending Homecoming at Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Wilkerson School due to illness. NOTICE TO APPEAR. i Calls for a new and

p1 ,' of Gainesville visited them Long Branch. and Mrs.; D. G. Wilke.rsori fa Clrealt eo.". BmctM Ccutyi r better gasoline to give
Understand there severalat HORSEPOWER
Florida
were IB
| Chamerry.
T on Friday. spent the weekend in Jacksonville ( \ peak performance*
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Starling the Long Branch Homecoming Warren.A. Blackwell, Plaintiff TS. yev
week with Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Ana 1L; Blaekwell, Defeftdaat.Cal. .
"; Miss Vera Donn was the and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Higgin- Dickinson. services last Sunday in spite of No. 12-403 S

end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy botham of Baldwin visited the H. the high, cold wind and disagree- Settee T* Appear 7iTh 'e
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Miss Gloria Anderson spent >: To: Ann it. Blaekwell, whose _
Griffis of Saxton. I 1C.I Harley family Saturday morn- able weather. Qf cOUI'Ehere
residence and address is
the weekend with Miss Anita : 7204 Bar-
: The R. C. Bryant family spent ing.Mr. Valentine in Jacksonville. was plenty ta eat and good singing nett Road,- Bethesada, Maryland. 7tea'7hi4' O I\i .

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. F. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and Deepest sympathy is extendedto afterwards. Sorry we were suit Tou for are Divorce lteNbJ' aoiiried thai a

I ThompN of Silver Springs. family were in Green Cove for a the relatives of the late Mrs. unable to attend. The Long has been filed against you In the ... .

V The Lawtey PTA met Thursday visit with his s'ster' and family. Branch people have, changed above named Court and cause aad '
the School Cafe- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of Clara Crawford.The yut are required to serve a eVPl pr
in their
1 evening Prayer Meeting services to
Allan Hart family has your answer Pt pleading to the complaint
: teria with the president, Mrs. D. Jacksonville were Saturday Wednesday! night instead of on the pltlntlffs Attorney 4M7g4ku.'i
moved to Mrs. ;
;\ A. Jones in charge. Rev. E. A, guests of the L.: S. Tanners.Mr. Catherine Teare'shome. I Thursday. It has been. on Thursday Building William ,.D.Jacksonville Morgna!; SOT 2, FU.Clark

: Massey of Faith Baptist Church and Mrs. Rock Thurstonof I nIght ever since, we have, and file the original the office of
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and the Clerk of the Circuit Court OD or
devotional. Plans spent Sunday
brought the known about services at this before the : Sx\ '
Joan had
as Thursday guests Mr. -
4 were made, for the Halloween evening with Mrs. Doris Danson. and Mra Joe church. S 28 4ay of October. 1957;
Carnival which will be held on Mrs. G. W. Roberts was at- Raulerson of Hill 'otherwise tbe allegations of said
I, Jacksonville. Other guests during We. had our. sing at' ,,Clay. 'Complaint wlU be taken U con
to business in Deland
Saturday Oct. 28, beginning at. tending teased
the week were Mrs. Saturday night and had more by Ton.
5:30 p. m. Mrs. Martha Bales, last Thursday and Friday.Mr. Charley present than we expected. Seems This notice shall be pu&iishedoac
Miles of Lake Butler and ,
Mrs. I each week for four
Mrs. Frances Hamilton and and Mrs. Hamp Henry and consecutive
Ama Dyal and daughter of as if no one had any specials I week la the Bradford County Telegraph. .
Hugh B. Ingram Jr. served coffee son of Starke were Sunday dinner Starke. prepared, but we all sang to S S ,"
of the Ressie Anderson Dated this !5 day of Sept., 1917.
and cookies during the social guests gether until
Mra Rose O'Neil of Ocala Visited we got hoarse.. We (O.I'ICULBm4L) Chart** A.Drto>
hour. family. have decided to have a sing Instead Clerk of the Crr.utr Court
Little Miss Gloria the Pete and Jack Crawford By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Mrs. Georgia Ann &app's Padgett was of
families and other relatives here I preaching each Saturday 3/27 4t 11/18 ,
Bill Burney, of Jacksonville given a surprise birthday party n
before
grandson night
last week. the second, Sunday <,. visited her on Friday by her mother Mrs. Erlie Pad- In every month. If like : !. The Ceuty Judge's Cert; la
Mrs. Marion Marrs of Jacksonville you A4 For Bradford Couty FlerMa. .
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burneyand gett, on Saturday afternoon. good old fashioned singing, swell .- la Probate.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Burney After playing several outdoor visited Mr. and Mrs. O. IN RE: Estate of. Franklin C. Hol-
J, Anders aa some of, the newer songs, lingsworth, deceased. PerformQnwT t]
on Sunday.Mrs. [
eame for a visit on Sunday. games, and opening the many come on and'1Ie; with us. NOTICE ,OF SALE: i You'll Discover a New High in

Mr. and Mrs. Mite Dobbs had I beautiful\ gifts, Mrs. Padgett assisted John Shuford is visitingMr. Pursuant to an Odrer of the = from -
and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Rev. McGee will be our County Judge of Bradford County, \ 9 You'll get better performance your
as guests during the weekend I by Mrs. L. C. King served[ speak-I Florida, the undersigned Modem (
family in St. er next Saturday night. as Administrator I \ new car by using a modern gasoline. f
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and I delicious refreshments to the following Augustine. of the Estate!: of Frank-
modern
Mr. and Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright welcome! t o this service. lin C. Hollingsworth, deceased will .", _..IJ I high compression motors need a high'octane
aon of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. guests; Carolyn Crews. We offer at 11 o'clock a.m. on the 31st fuel. That's why'ou're smart to fill
Robert Ward of Starke. Casey Larry and George Mosley, have as guests Mrs. Daisy attended the Associatlorjal day of October, 1957, for public sale ;46 "TfIff'fUlJf I
Lipham of Dade City and Mrs. meeting at Middleburg Thursdayof the following described real with new Phillips 66 Fure-FuELl
property .5dr up
Dobbs and Trube Pringle of Sandra Troy, Larry, Paul and : to-wit: I .
Alice Langford of Lake Butler. last week and enjoyed the Service 4"I but older cars, too, will
Jacksonville. Gene King, Marjorie, Iris and I Beginning at the Northeast corner Not only new cars,
of Mra Fay Durban, Mrs. H. C. very much. Two churches : of Lot Five (S) of Black ; benefit from this high performance gasoline.
Rev. George Chism pastor : Irene Hart, Karen Starling, Joan,, Eighteen (18) of the '. .,
Highland Baptist Church, visited Mike and Paul Crawford. J. S. Wainwright and ,Mrs. Hubert adopted new names at this time. Town of Starke. Florida,,original accord- The fact is-no other gasoline provides thai

Mrs. S nie Prevatt Sunday Wilbur and Danny Waters, Ro: Priest and family were shopping I Instead of Jacksonville Heights, ing to tM map or plat thereof :c:' combination of high performance components -
as of record in Deed ,
this Book S.-
"N",
in Jacksonville church will be \
known
afternoon.Mr. ger Padgett Charles Rigdon. and I on Saturday.Mr. ,as page 759 of the public. .recordsof L .i p(2w4'; yen get in today's new Fm-a-Fu.

and Mrs. Walter Wilker- Tdnl and Billy Geiger of Starke. and Mrs. W. E. Johns and Emanuel, and Peoria was changed Bradford County, Florida and Fill at Phillips 66 Dealer's.
: daughter and Jack Clement of to Ridgewood. The installationof thence run West/ Fifty (50) feet, \ T:4::, Al : up \. ,your
son had as guests during the Berry Bennett of Jacksonville thence. rua- South Twenty (ZO) t, PETROLEUM COMPANY .
weekend Mr. and Mrs. Cecil visited Mrs. Alice Green and i Jacksonville were Saturday officers for the next year was '-eet,. thence run East Fifty (SO) IL Ppniips
luncheon conducted Rev. : "rtM and thence run North Twen "t
guests of Mr. and by Crosby We
Dobbs and family of Jackson- family last weekend. Mrs. t1; .(20):feet: to, the.point:of be.ginning.

villeraMJrand.Mr3., Enoch .Mrs_Magdolene Ray.and.familyof "C. G. _Hodges.... ,. als Mr. and Mrs T. W. and us, Iwhb: 'brought a wonderful il'ta sale to" be subject 'to toe fol-
of Lake Butler. Tatum JOHNS OIL COMPANY
Dyal. Tallahassee were weekend I lowing. terms and conditions: '- AND VICINITY BY JEROME
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter visited guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant sans, and' Mr. and Mrs.. C. W. message on present day evjls. 1. .The sale price, shall_be subject ,

,Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Ar- Reddish. Tatum attended: church in Ocala He pointed out that there are to.udge'a'Conrt.4 the approval: of 'the. .County*;..- .
-
wood and sons at Melrose on Friends of Miss Minnie Lee on Sunday.Mr. more alcoholics In Florida than :2j'Tftla.wUl be conveyed by Warranty

Friday.Mr. Griffis will be interested to learn and Mrs. Hubert Priest: .ream' ,. in,.37 other.states, and certain D.eed mortgage subject dated: only the:__to 9th that day

and Mrs. Clarence Mosley that she underwent surgery at and family were Sunday guests" I nine' are equal to Florida.' He November, 1954.x and >recoTd d..at WHY

and family of Jacksonville were Hope Haven Hospital on Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Day and I said that more is spent I in our :Mortgage! 3. The sale Book wiU 32,' page be for 423.cash, or your pasturescan show you

dinner family at Cedar Keys. state on tick eradication than infighting at the
Sunday guests of Mr. andS of last week and is doing option of the Administrator

Mrs. Dave Tanner and family. nicely. Her TO PATRONS OF STARKE this present day evil. be may require a< down payment
very parents, Mr of 10
per cent (10%) on the day
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Saop and .I and Mrs. Percy Griffis, have LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING What are we doing to fight it? of the sale, and the balance of the ../} I\..

family were in Jacksonville! Sunday been her An Mr. Fred Ellis Is no longer How many of us Sunday Schoolteachers payment to be made at the time of
visiting frequently. : "
closing of the sale. \ t /;;
t5Y'
for a visit with Mr. and aunt. Mrs. Ethel Griffis and t'onnf't'tt'd1tb this firm. Mr. as well as students. 4. The Administrator will enter S : "",11i.; !:'f tT ii!! Mtj" ; #""'lh. .
R. F. Gbaraes like to ?o to parties where into a contract for sale to ti-r ", ;J ;" 'J
Mrs. Wiley Smith and family. is route salesman a carry )
visited with her
daughter on fiji %1W1 ,
l7j' ltv
out the 1&jJ.lfkjJ.rli
purposes and intent of lttr jtt
the r :
I }
replacing Mr. Ellis. little spiked punch is served? ; i
Mrs. Joyce Futch visited Mr. Sunday. We sincerely hope that Mr. Ellis failed Court Order; which contract will N '

and Mrs. Charles Hess and Mrs. this operation<< will bring abouta to deliver some of the clothes of: Too many I: am afraid. Let's I include the ordinary provisions re l/i'$. > ; : ; '*- ;''4 dJ;i4Eft
our customers. If wake up and get this in our educational lating to the sale of real property. 1Jz5:4iic4!: : .
,
Frances Hefferon all former res- permanent cure from> an attackof you are one of JAMES F. HOLLINGSWORTH "ort ; ; : :

identa of these, a post card or telephone program in our school Administrator of the Estate .0( "''t... .". "" ,;it'\' iH'I!.irQ: >,
in .
,
Lawtey, Starke on Polio which she suffered in 4' '" !>\
.
t4 f# ; 16
.. ='I.. .
{ *
of Franklin C. Hollingsworth. i hf: f'r ... .., .1. I
rail will and teach '" ; ,
have .
delivered our <' ,
clothes people justwhat I/ 'Ji.:?
Friday. They are enjoying good your young By it '" v tlT : <
past years, : Joseph.A. McGowan, Attorney !; : \ ,
; health. Mrs. Mary Reddish, Mrs. Arthur immediately.We it will do for them. R,v. for Administrator. Miller Pldg.. .3 } {V.;f":"'.Y. ':r :i-\ ,0:1 t.; : t{ 1-

Mr. and Mra Ollie Pick and Pearce, Mrs. Fred Moore wish to thank those who) Eppes said that only 55 per cent Gainesville 11 West ,University Florida. Avenue, \:,. ;1. 'y <:',*;:';'.' : $;#" n 1; ,I Ift'

family had as Sunday guests Mr. Mrs. Troy Bennett, and 0. T' have been our customers for the of the Baptists in Florida support 10-4 4t 10-25 t.f'x; ;a4iA : ; ,\\I:' i" 1't. '

and Mrs. Bud Carter of Sarasota. Phillips attended the annual past );ears, and we hope to con the,United Christian Action : j ,"'". ,.;t'' ?' ; .i1' """

Miss Vivian Redding of Jacksonville meeting of the New River Association tinue to serve you. Inc. Lets wake up and get to NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR ;? iiff.f" ', ;"v ,:.'i ( i i ... ',,;;'. '.IIV' : ""
[ i' >"' ,'f1F ;,
work! .. ry
: STARKE
was the DRY CLEANERS See. 114.11. FJS. _
weekend guest which held at Brook- .
was : '. .
',/ 'thtc'f /
& LUNDRYJUNIUS I Notice is hereby given that T.. J. __ e' :.. :- : a!.,: 1 .. '
_r- In The Circuit Coart of Bradford I Alderman the holder of the followIng 1 1j.: I '''',;'<';;)14'' :.,., .,f.n..' tt!'. !;.t; .,1 ,>
: & stp __ '''' y.
VIRGINIA <
: SMITHHEILBRONN County Florida, !. Cfcanrrrr. certificates has filed said cer. j ..7. ,.. ..../ : .,..,.... .. I "f'i
ALBERT HARTMANN tificates for a tax deed to be ,.. 'f:, .t"q.. :
as Curator issued ., ,- ""' -r"'f' ,,<'i .. ; .. : '.. j
nf the Person and of thereon. ,The certificate : .. "V "
Property numbers .lL.j i ::" :: ." .
FIRST VVVYVYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, Elizabeth Letsch. an Incompetent and years of issuance the descrIption .,, -'
BAPTIST
CHURCH of the property, and the names
Plaintiff, in which it was assessed are as fol
VB. lows: /ata4Zn4

STARKE, FLORIDA SIMON J. TEMPLE. et al, Certificate No. 5L Year of Issu '- _
ance 1953.
1 Defendanta I
ORDER OP prBUrtTIOX AND Description of Property: Lot 4 4
Uy !
Mra. An l
<* NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAf4AAAAAAAAA NOTICE Bit 14 Lincoln City S
TO DEF'ENUTb. ( # of SE& W
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor !. Xaste Of The State Of: of Ry) Sec 32 T 6 S'R 22 E
Florida iTo Name in which assessed: Edna J. RAINBOW.makes
Jefferson and Court Streets Simon 3. Temple. Marian L. Smith.
-.In The Heart of Town The New River.ssociaUon of Thomas S. F. Myers, Clara Elisa All of said property being in the ....
Phones OffIce 234 Pastoriam 130 Baptist Churches met with the beth Rollins. Edna C.. Rollins. Raymond County of Bradford State of Fla. .
H. Rollins. Wilbur ?. Rollins: Unless such certificate or certificates
Heilbronn Baptist Church on and Andrew Mace Rollins, if alive shall be redeemed accordIng
Sunday! Sermons Thursday of last week for their and if any of the above named I to law the property jlescribed BIG DIFFERENCE
: 11:00: A. L 8:00 P3I. persons be dead then to his un ia such certificate or certificates the
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. yearly business and program known heirs devisee. legatees I.I will be sold to the highest bidder
Union
Training 6:45 P.JL meeting. grantees, creditors or other persons at the court house door on the fits: F
claiming' any interest in ,the here Monday in Month of November.
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Glad to see Mrs. Mattie Jane inafter described property !by, 1957. which ia the i day of Novem j
Morgan able to be back at through, under or against each such 1 ber, 1957. .
Pear the Sunday Morning deceased and to all persons havIng Dated this 2 day of Oct. 1957. Rainbow Premium Plant Food contains diffed.
Service church last Sunday after a stay i (Official
WDVH
over or claiming any right title or Seal) Charles A. Darby,
in the hospital. i Interest In or to the following lands Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ent sources and kind of nutrients that {four

11 a-m. Regular Broadcast Every, 3, and 5 Sunday. Mr. and Mra David Plunkett situate, to-wit in: Bradford County, Florida County, Flori-.. 10/4 4t 10/25] -p. postures' need to-

spent last ,week with the Ancel at Commence the at an Iron stake set I8OTIC$, TO APTBAA i ; Produce faster growth

; : Normans, and her mother, Mrs. intersection' of the la .Cfremtt C..rt, Bra.f-M Ccutr,
Southerly boundary of NWH! of ........ la CkMretr. higher protein forage
Florence Johnson. They were on SE% of Sec. 21. Twp. C a, R. gZ Irene Eurnell t NIG Develop greener,
Herring, Plaintiff
their,way from Michigan! to Winter E.of. the and right the Easterly of war boundary of State: vs.Defendant George Washington, Herring S .,Provide more grazing dayst

Haven. Road 200 for POINT OP I ,

Madison Street Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman NING Northerly and direction run thence BEGIN In,.a ..tle-* T. AJ" Case No. 12-401' ] t S Produce more milk, more beef per acre'

along said To .
: George .
and children of ,Hampton'.were Easterly boundary, a distance of whose residence Washington and Herring, I Develop winter bardiness
address
St (Presently Meeting Washington visiting, his parents the Leroy 633 feet to. an Iron stake: run Unknown. is: :
and Grand
\ St*) Normans, last Sunday. thence at right in angles an Easterly to aforesaid direction Tea are hereby notified that ,a 0 -. ,. Make more profit for you I
'quIt| for Divorce'
.
Good Singing Forceful Preaching R. L. Morgan visited his brother 869.45 Easterly feet boundary to an iron a distance stake en of: abcva has been .filed against you 5-In tit: .

at Ft. White last Sunday.Mr. the Westerly boundary of named Court aad cause andyou
t>e S
are required to serve a copy *:f EVERY INGREDIENT IN RAINBOW
right of
EACH
of the
LORD'S way Seaboard
DAY C. Air
and Mrs. A. Ellis of Line Railroad TOUT answer or pleading to the '
; run thence 1n4 a SERViS A PURPOSE Sa
Complaint ion the Plaintiff
I
Bayless Highway visited In our Southerly direction along sajd
Attorney Martin J. Pearl. 2$8 I
Westerly.
Sunday School __________ 9:45 A.M. community last Sunday. of 371.58 feet boundary to an iron distance stake Florida Smith Building, Jacksonville, -2, For example.,Nitrogen that' fast acting and Nitrogen tttfis
:Mrsi: :; Daniel Edwards and on aforesaid
Morning Worship _______ .._Jl00 AJL baby of the State .Farm spent of NWVJ of SE Southerly%:' run -thence boundary In I &the A fib Clerk. tt.of original la tat off!e* e f 5. slowly available during the fun growing season. Sulphur!

a Westerly direction along said or before.,the the 28 Circuit Court jin ::i ,.- and Phosphorus for plant color root and stem development
last. weekend_ <<: with her parent, Southerly boundary ,a day of October, ..
Training Union ____________ 6:15 P.M. the Ancel Normans of JOt.81 feet to point of distance begin I- aid IM7: Geapalat etherwise, the allegations .t and seed production. Magnesium and Calcium for growth
will be
taken a
nine; health and strength. Potassium for sturdy growth plus other
Evening Worship ___-_,______,_ __ '< :30 P.1\1.\ I :nf..... by y u-. -
THE RIGHT POINT for the 'and to Raymond H. Rollins as This.. notice shall be published! Impctit plant foods for rnaT rri>TP yields.
-
Prayer Services -
& Business Meeting; We way yon write. Come hi and It" M. Rollins, deceased: weeks In' the Bradford Couaty Tel
GREETINGS: You art hereby .
: egraph. .
t. Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This ,Be A Cordial InCitation led your ,iavortt, nU-.GWti* ESTEBBBOOBFw. I,been notified brought that against a suit In you equity and each has 1957.Dated this 21 day of .SepL-1951' :. I4t.A

Fuatin .
To Worship In of you and also against Bradford f OFFICIAL--.8KAL -
Starke's Youngest ChurcltNurserr
County, a political subdivision of
CPrlu A. Darby, _INTERNATIONAL MINERALS
.
NOTICEIn the State of Florida &a Suslow. Clerk of

open for afl services Room for all accordance. with the prorlslona! A. J. Thomas I,.. Leon Rosenberg. By Marian I.'eruby the, Deputy Circuit Court Clerk. 'v- & CHEMICAL CORPORATION .
of Section 2JO 3J, Florida Statutes Sam Rosenberg City pf Starke. ,a gal 4t
I The Beard ef Public Instruction of Florida municipal corporation Del] 11/18

REV. Bradford .County.. Florid hereby ia Rosenberg and Douglas P. Har NOTICE TO APPEAR SO NORTH WACKE CHICAGO O ILU
JACK H. MABRY, JR, Pastor serve aotice that an election will dy as defendants in the above e;I- FterUai Is P -ft.". ..
be heW November 5, UiT for the titled Court and cause by Albert! la Clrcmtt C.*rt, Brad*..< Cury.
,& T. NOUN Supt. Sunday -So I Ip purpose of voting for 3i, rkt Trus Hartman aa curator of the person Graver C. Harris, PlalntUf1 vi.
Ot'I teesand district ta* levy for the and property_ o( Elizabeth Letscfi, Esther L. Harris, Defendant.:. i
i4 I ensuing b1eJU wn. an incompetent aa plaintiff; that S Cue No 12-402 Plant
10/11 at 1111 the relief sought la said lilt is I to; .*_ T* Af year Locations : Mulberry, Jacksonville, Pensacola, Florida



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PAGE; 1IllJT RRADFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 18. 1857.
._ _ _ _ _ _ STARKE. FLOKIDA_. _._ .__ .___ ___. n__. ,FRIDAY. OCTOBEB. -
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To Hear I. Tile Circuit Court Of The ElgktkJodlrUI grees IS minutes West uu.1 A.D. 1SS7.. anel to serve a copy
Judge Police MenacedBy 'Biggest And Best'RuralUrban George Mosley Guardsmen BackFrom Circuit .f Florida la And fret. run i thence North degrees thereof on Hollls V.' Knight. plaint I.Starke .
address
For Bradford CoiBtyiIn 19 minutes West 20.03 feet iffs' attorney. whose
Ckanrerr.' Ina concrete monument the Florida on -before said
Motions In Suit Reno Mob Taken By DeathGeorge Training At M. F. HAZEN and CLARA HAZE intersection of the Northerly date as required by the Laws of
his wife Plaintiffs line of Lafayette Street and the Florida and the 1554 Florida Rule
Continue from One vs. Westerly line of Myrtle Street. of Civil Procedure. It you fall to
( ;; I"age ) Day
For Vote Recount Service Schools SEAROARD AIR LINE RAILROAD for a POFNT OF BEGINNING: su do. a decree pro confesso- will be
whos
W. Mosley, 76. ; rojrpANY.! a Corporation, et a!, thence run North Z degrees 10 entered against you' for the relief, ,
(Continued from Page One) with the shotgun, followed quickly home was on Highway 100 south Defendants. minutes West along the Westerly demanded in the complaint-
I ] by Sweat and Russell Redding OIIUEK OF PUBLICATION MiD line of Myrtle Street 225.3! It Is hereby ordered thai'this Or-
of Starke, died suddenly Tuedsay Paul E. and
Planned Sp-3 Starling Sp-3
For
FairThe \OTICi! : TO DEFEND feet to a (:concrete monument. der and Notice shall be publishedonce
became confused and made mistakes and Policeman Buck Alvarez. of a heart attack while visiting Glen B. Crawford, members of In The .\awe Of The State of run thence North 89 degrees 51 a week for four consecutive

in favor! of Johns; that Griffin and Cummings were relatives near Maxville. He was das FI.rl-1 minutes West 405.2;; feet to a weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
Starke National Guard Co. C.,' returned To Robert Nixon. Charles F. %Iit- concrete monument on the East- a newspaper published In
through error or mistake the in-j taken to the jail and the policemen born at Hill his be- ;
Clay
Starke Rotary Club will be parents erly line of Westmoreland Bradford County Florida., and having -
specters and clerks did not prop- : returned to arrest Covingtonwho host to Bradford County farmersat ing the late Starn and Vinnie this week from service chell. Edwin K. Staples. Sarah' J. Street thence run South 17 de- general circulation. In said
I Mitchell, if ali\t and if any of the grees ::S minutes East along the County. '
all h-a'lots and schools at Aberdeen ,
crly segregate j they said they had observed Proving
I an annual Rural-Urban Day on Mosley. above named persons be dead' then Easterly line of Westmoreland WITNESS hand as Clerk of
some marked for Edwards were alking through the crowd urg- Ground) Md. Street 102.8 feet to a concrete my
Oct. 30. This
Wednesday, year'sevent Surviving are two daughters. to the unknown neirs devisees
said Circuit Court of Bradford
Johns.In I monument, run thence South 2 ,
to
given irg them to attack the policemen, which promises to be the Mrs Applie Padgett of Melbourne, At the schoof Starling attendedan legatees grantees creditors or degrees 30 minutes East County Florida, and the seal of
other claiming interest
their answers, Johns and the and Little. and best" in his- persons any along the Easterly line of ,
I "biggest Rotary and Mrs. Viola McCall of Lawtey; auto repair course and Craw- in the hereinafter described Westmoreland Street 13.34 feet said Court at Starke Bradford

Board of Canvassers denied all of I tory of rural-urban days, will be three sons, George Mosley, Law- ford attended a metal working property against each by, such through deceased, under Florida or- to a concrete monument at the County, Florida on' the 17th day

these allegation and countered cither then or before the Board: held during Bradford County Fair tey, and Irvin and Clyde Mosley, course. Each of the men reported Railroad Company now; knownas of Intersection Westmoreland of the Easterly Street line and of October, A.D: 1957.

by saying that if these irregularities of Canvassers certified: the returns. Week. both: of Starke; three brothers, I I they benefited greatly from their Transit Atlantic Cult and West India Northerly line of Lafayette (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Company Florida
By waiting until afterwards All farmers in the Army while corp- Street, run thence South 89 degrees -
occurred Edwards should have county are Dennis, Harrison, and Volley ,training away. oration, and to all persons havingor CHARLES A. DARBY;

been aware of thorn at the time they said, he. waived his I. h.vited to attend this event, which Mosley, all of Clay Hill; and Men in the National Guard may est claiming or lien In any or right.to, the title, Inter- Northerly 1C minutes line East of along Lafayette the Clerk ford County of Circuit, Florida.Court' of Brad

right to complain. will center around a fish fry to elect to attend following Street 377.53 feet to point of beginning Hollis V.
of the election and protested three sisters, Mra Daisy Bohan- various Army lands situate in City of Starke, Knight, Attorney fur

In his petition, Edwards had I be held at noon on Oct. 30 at the nan and Mrs. Kizzie Bohannan, I I training schools as a part of their Bradford County Florida to-wit: GREETINGS; Plaintiffs. 10/13- 4t 11/S ,
From the Southeast : You are hereby notified -
I corner of
also asked that the ballot boxes, fair grounds. both,of ZephyrhiUs, and Mrs. Lou Guard service. Such training is NEH of SE Section 29. Twp. 6 that a suit In equity has been

now in the custody of Johns, be County Agent G. T. Huggins, Carter of Clay Hill. geared to their assignments in S.. R 22 E. run North 1 degree 50 brought against you and each of Short Cuts to Health
their home units. minutes West along the Easter- you. and also against B. C. Holtzen-
who is in of the i
charge
Alt placed in the custody of a party program, Funeral services were held ly boundary thereof 231 feet to dorf and Ethel Marie Holtzendorfhis
y. ( announced yesterday that Gifford Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock Capt. Randal Chitty, unit commander a point, run thence North 89 de. wife, and Seaboard ,Air Line t
I disinterested to the suit. To this Railroad Ama 43 yean of had
Company, are
I Rhodes, livestock specialist with at the graveside in Johns Ceme- reports that as a resultof a foreign corporation -
Johns replied that he had custody : the Jacksonville office of the State ; authorized to do businessIn suffered severe headaches, colitis -
; a number of discharges there
tery near Middleburg with Rev. Florida. as defendants in the
Is THE GIFT OF
I" and loss of
tor5e'eral
of the boxes only because the Marketing Bureau, will be a guest Robert Haisten officiating. De- are several openings in Co. C W. C. T. U. above entitled Court and cause by weight
: M. F. Hazen" and Clara
his Then back la-
LASTING PLEASURE law requIred the city clerk to keep I I of the club on this occasion ahd Witt C. Jones was ,in charge of which should be appealing to prior wife as plaintiffs: that Haten the relief ;yean.red and he a went to
jury
I will present a livestock grading arrangements. service men who may be interested WILLIAM GLADSTONESAID Bought in said suit is to establish occ
them. boundaries and remove clouds from a Chiropractor for correction.
demonstration. "Mr.Gifford will in continuing their connection
I : "THE RAVAGES OF and quiet and confirm plaintiffs'title While
show what qualities go to makeup with the armed forces. Anyone DRINK ARE GREATER THAN to the above described landsas being treated for the

the beef type animal that the legion Meeting interested in these openings an indefeasible fee. simple title back injury he learned that
I may THOSE OF WAR, PESTILENCE thereto against the claims of you could
(i[GAS-TOONS I II housewife is demanding on to- inquire at the Armory.Presbyterians AND, FAMINE COMBINED and each of you; and you are summoned -, spinaladjustments his colitis and headaches.He correct -. ;

day's market," Huggins said. Slated TuesdayThe ." ordered and required" to file
I I your written answer or defenses to again enjoys robust health
In addition to the demonstration Slate (SIGNAL PRESS. the complaint in said cause in the
and
makes It when illness
-By- Jones Langford White office of the a point
Clerk
undersigned
of
of entertainment
a
program American Legion Post 56 will Supper To ObserveExtension EVANSTON, ILLINOIS) said Court at Starke Florida. on or strikes to see his Chiropractor
GIB BROWN will be with Gib-
presented Larry before the 18th day of November, first.
son and Elden Mathews in charge.W. meet Tuesday Oct. 22, at 7:30 SeasonChurch -- I

H. Graham and H. A. Bis- r). m. in the Legion hall on North

hop Jr. are co-chairmen of the Temple avenue with the membership PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY For farther ,information on

committee on food, Huggins said. drive and the forthcoming Extension Season will your
problem Phone write
cases or :
,
< A. J. Thomas Jr., Rotary pres- Bradford County fair expected to be observed by the members of

I ident, said that all farmers in the be the principal topics of dis I the First Presbyterian Churchat the

.,: county are cordially invited to cussion.A a covered dish supper in the
: :'
attend this event, and expressed meeting of the Bradford assembly hall of the Sunday Dr. H. G. Bollinger

:. i hope that this would be the most County Fair Assn. will begin at School ,building at 7 p. m. Tues- LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE I I

-. : outstanding Rural-Urban Day >:30 ,p. m.Membership. day. CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES
.'. ..- -- .X _: since the club began sponsoringthis chairman HarryRat.b Following the supper, a pro-

annual event several yflrSlago. announced that 60 ,per cent gram explaining the local church No Consultation without obligation
Membership Fees 6 Mo.
of the Legion member have paid I expansion goal will be presentedby I Policies

-I see jour wife i is stillKithiff! their dues. Rabb reminded Le-' Mrs. K. G. Duncan, church 728 E. University Gainesville

her mother, KdJ"! 100 Attend PTA's gionnaries that their 1958 mem- extension chairman of the Wo-

An appointment bership card will be their ticketto men of the Church. The featured Phone 6-3328 .

the fair each night. Also by speaker of the evening will be DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY
? tcc1: made nrtwl You uon't ha\e a worry in the Back To School paying their 1958 dues ,by Nov. the Rev. J. W. Conyera, execu- 426 N. Walnut Starke

1 \ \\l\\\\ assure preCliristmas world whene scnice jour 7, members will be entitled to tive-secretary of Suwannee Pres- Phone 108

.4 delivery.BULLIK8TON. car. Night ProgramOne membership in the "Early-bird bytery, who will present the 136 W. Call Street Phone 285

Club" and will be entertained ata church extension goals of the
-
hundred and teachers special barbecue dinner some- prebsytery. >
parents
GIB; BRONSERVICE / School time in November. Each member and friend of WANTED-Route salesman laun-
attended the "Back to
Sell It Rent It Trade II dry and dry cleaning, established -
night" of the Bradford High Veterans of all wars are Invited the church is invited to' attend route. Salary and Commis.

Studio and Gift Shop STATION School PTA Tuesday evening. to the meeting Tuesday. the supper and the observanceof sion.preferred.Keystone Apply Height.Starke resident Dry

Standard Oil Products Rev. L. D. Haines was in chargeof this season of the church's Cleaners & Laundry. Itchg

Phone 263 Starke, Fla''I 407 N. Temple Ave. the devotion: which was followed Children's Panel work. WITH! A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED WANTED- lady to live In and

,. by a short business meeting take care of home and help with
-- --I conducted by the president, Mrs. St. Mark's disabled person. Room, board
Hears Talks On Episcopal 20 WORDS OR LESS, One Inicrtlom (MlBlmim Charge)' 1 .yj and salary. 954 N. Temple Ave.

Lou Hilendahl.Mrs. EACH ADDITIONAL,WORD.OVER 26 -____ ____ 4c per fng of phone 128-W.: gtclig .10/18
Revs
: Junius Smith reported on School Raymond acBIaba :O.% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD WANTED-White' or colored'' per-

the recently postponed proposal ProgramsVarious Services at St. Mark's Episcopal 85e: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS ROT PAID 1ST ADVANCE. son to gather (dig) .e rtlw.ormll.
Church will be'as follows I use thei worms In very large
I :
made to the County School Board phases of the high number and can make you a,moneymaking -

tRtoDioui cOLJr by interested parents who desired school and elementary school pro- Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -_--,--- $1.: Per lack,First'lM.r.laa offer.. interested

I that the board's 1952 ban grams were discussed Mondayat School and Y. Adult Class;'11 am. 81.00 PER IxrH'FOR'MR AD REPEATED O\B OR MORE TIMES Shop write::\ :602 Mickey's S., Patterson Bait &Sf.;Tackle Val-
o.m. P. S. L.
on rhythmic activities in the the regular meeting of the CARDS OF. THANK (Cp To BO Word) ._;-____ ______ ':.00 dosta, Ga. :-2tp>10/U

school'r. physical education pro- Bradford County Children's com Wednesday:'7:3: p.m. Litany OVER M WORDS -----._.:.______ 4 Q.U Per Vfni RADIO SERVICE
WEEKS TV
gram be lif'ed. The motion was mittee. I.and'ractice.Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS _______ 4, Ceiti Pi wit rt ,1 ... BE of Starke.. Hny...lMT

: unanimously carried that the Beecher W. Payne, high school We Specialise la Repair of. HeMt.
11 a. 3rd Radio Md t.r.Ratio
High School PTA endorse this principal described a new sche- m.; Sunday 7:30 a. m. NEED TIRES! A WATKINS ROUTE' IS NOW ,ALL WORK GUARANTEED

I l1 o'1'//7-- 11 t proposal to the School Board at duling plan, just placed in opera- Holy Communion: 1st Sunday Get them now, pay as you rib ,AVAILABLE IN BRADFORD PHONK BS2-B: STARKE' .
waits Ask for'our budget terms UNION '
easy COUNTIES.
THIS
eTeryone. IS
AN
the regular .Nov. 4 meeting. I tion at BHS, which allows school- Lacy Conway Sales and Service ESTABLISHED ROUTE. It' is WANT TO MAKJIIIISTO $!5 In a

It was announced that some connected club meetings, such as Union Pus Station, Starke, Fla. easy to earn from $2.50 to $5.00 day? Many are. doing it. .Pleasant
.
ttchK per hour. Write The J. R. work for man or woman. No
FHA, FFA. Beta Club, etc. to be Watkins -
,
full
children in the county cannot attend Co., 659 W. Feacntree St., experience needed. .Spareor
'
school for the lack of worked into the day program. PLASTIC SEAT COVERS lot all N. E.. Atlanta Ga. 4tchg 18/25 tim -Will teach and finance
necessary This makes it for students WRGR makes and model autos $U.95and you. Write McNesi Co.. P. O. Box
clothing. All memberrare unnecessary ,up Installation free at ONE BEDROOM furnished apartments 2166, DeSoto Station, Memphis
Mark III. Mohc cny finish to have to attend night Shepherd's.; tfchg Tenn. tp 10/18
ihowi (maple or ItgMfif asked to tring any clothing 1490 K C PHONE '810 for renL Phone 165, W. T. -
meetings of these various organizations -
ooli cvoilable) Mor'el Jackson.
they can contribute to the No- STARKE FOR S4LE S x 8 x It Concrete tfchgROT FOR RENT-Five room unfurnlsh-
vember which will be the principal said.P. FLORIDAThe Blocks iSo each FOE' yard. Mor- .ed house 4 ,miles east,ot Hampton -
meeting T. Nolin, principal of Starke tar Mix Cement, Sand, Steel and ROSE Gas Range, 36", good on Theressa Rd. $25 per mo.
in charge of Miss Florence Jen- Music\ & News StationIn Aluminum Windows. Abo readr condition, $35.00. Can see at 426 Call J. V. Edwards, Jr.: County
Elementary, told of the growth N. Polk St.' .
nings, county youth counselor, Starke mixed concrete. Bradford Engineering Itchg operator J16e" Gainesville. tfchg
RCA2CiOtuIpu of this school, which now enrolls Co.. Phone 94. tfchg
who will this and OFFICE FOR RENT-Heat and air
explain project HOUSE FOR RENT-Inquire Dnio
between 1,100 and 1,2(50( students.
distribute the WE:'HAVE a new loan program for condition furnished. Will ffnibh Pus Station. tfchg
clothing. Mrs. Mack Futch, transportation \ farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years to suit tenant. Charley E. Johns,

"UIf'TDfl a" PLAYS ALl. 4 SPEt... Following the business meet. chairman, told of the con- Monday thru Friday for the entire credit require- 129 S. Walnut St. tfchg WANTED PECAST. any quantity I
FIDELITY 6:00: Sign on and News ments of the farmer and his fam- No amount too large or small.
gilull hIUIItU..t% IIASAM-FMRADIO ing, parents were provided with tinuing need for volunteers to take 6:05 The Clockwatcher ily.'Gainesville Production Credit FOR SALE Dillard, ,Keene, 321 Temple Ave.
Provision for Stereophonic Sound the daily schedule of their student children to various hospitals in Association, &20 North Main. .. tp'lUn' : '
6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson I Broiler Farm, :;,O0O parity, mire
(Mon Oainesvllle, Fla. tfchg
4-Specker Panoramic Scund ,. children and vifiited the various
-i the area for treatment at sche- tw. bed room ouuoarr dwelling, Smlltn ESTASLIUEDDISTRISL'TORSHIP

S Push-Pull On-Oft Volume classrooms, where they discussed iuled times. This service is provided day and Tuesdays only) FOR SALE Westinghouse sink and of Stacltr .a paved highway.A I
6:45 The Clockwatcher give away trice for qoiek sale.Egg AVAILABLE .
Control
Sale
matters of mutual interest for persons who do not dishwasher. Reg. $459.95.
7:00 First News of The World price $39995. This appliance will National brand food distributorshipnow
Master Control Panel With 4-j/
Farm. 1300 kea capacity, getf
with faculty members. therwise have means of trans- % reduced $5 each week until serving the Starke area. Products
.. Roundup frame dntlliag, paved highway, 1
Magic Ray Lighting sold to food stores. restaur-
"Magic-Eye" Tuning After touring the school, the portation, she said. Anyone who 7:15 The Clockwatcher sold. Slade Gas Co. tfchg wile of SUrke.! Let u. skew It to. ants and institutions. Fine opportunity
: A-ould like to assist in this service day. ambitious sales minded
for ,
members gathered in the cafeteria 7:20 Bulletin FOR SALE-14 in. x 15 ft steel
as an individual or as an Board Of The Air culvert pipe $1.25 ft ALSO person interested In earning above
,Hear the newe* Censafion; in Sound today' *RCA trademark: hr tap and where homemade cookies were 7:30: Weather Around The Na- Building lots for sale in South FOR RENT average Income and owning a business -
.. record pfoyorftSHEPHERD'S served with punch and coffee bj rganization may contact Mrs. Gate Subdivision. Low down payment of his own. Product advertised -
tion 8,acre farm aid :2 feed r... house
nationally and locally by man
"
Futch or Miss Florence Jennings Low monthly payments
a committee of Junior Class wltk'Ilghts, water sad bath Tw
mo 7:35 The Clockwatcher ufacturer. Merchandising and sales
BILLY Phone 165 c/o
JACKSON
chairman of the Children's Com mile from SUrke .a state Head
RADIO & TV thers. assistance will be given. Capital
: World. Central Track Lines. tfchg
mitee. 7:5,0 National State and required for financing &UC& and
Sports News 100.FLORIDA accounts receivable. Reference re-
FOR RENT-Three bedroom 'apart-
INMAN I). GREEN Owner Competency Test 8:05: The Clockwatcher ment Large living room, dining REALTY CO. quired. Write Box S23-F., Starke.
Phone 239 Starke Florida room and kitchen. Gas heat. OF STARKE Fla. Itp
8:45: Radio Chapel (Ministerial
Telephone instAlled. Call 19-W,
-- Asked For Girl Association) 459 W. Jefferson St. tfchg IIS N. WalaM St. TeL 283Starke FOR SALE OR RENT-Stock and

... ,. ... : -I Florida goads of Sweet ,Shop. Will sell
.' ,
9:00 Five minute
.41'ifI'i". _. _.;,; ', ..ct..A" ,\\II'' _.. f ,- Proceedings to determine th [p/I'? Ij News summary of BUY Super TOUR Portable Smith before Corona prices Silent advance FT WOULD BE greatly appreciated at cluded.reasonable Phone price.S14-W License or see Mrs.in-

competency of a 19-year-old gir! FL- Oct. 1. Lay away now ,for if any witnesses tu the auto accident Lanier at the Sweet Shop. Itp
9:05 The Chatterbox
with
: Betty which occurred 8 a.m..
who has served 30 I Chribtmas. Nothing down. Dol-
one day sentence -
CASH Gray lar-A-Week terms if desired. Sunday, Oct,13. at cor. of Walnut YOU SHOULD SEE THIS *
FOR since her arrival here less Bradford County Telegraph. tf and Madison Streets::\ would phone
il than two months and is now 10:00 Cedric Adams Show 214. Starke. Necessary for Insurance Five bed .... frame BOB*'Just 2
ago SUN., MON., TUES. 10.30 :Music For The Missus claim. Itp year old 2% acre of ...c. Priced
facing another charge were started FORD, EQUIPMENT FOR SALE .t $0,500. Additional laid If desired
-
October 20 21 22 11:00 Five .
I minute of
summary GOOD LOCATION for Truck Stopor
this week by County Judge T. at acreage priees.
Tractor 140 Corn Harvester
DOUBLE FEATURE News 1956; ; Tourist Court at Highways :301
I A. Yawn. mounted one-row; Taylorway Tiller, and %U. Laura Wolfe 1,
Rt
A alee little goi>g bxlae for S
Trooper HookWith 11:05: Music For The Missus 4 blades; notary Mower. 5'0"; Lift
Box %0 Maxville, Fla. .
Up eTll-
PECANSHIGHEST mm* sad wife r family with
I The girl Claire Timmons, wa Tandem Harrow 6 $ ; Shank Rigid
11:30 Farm Roundup drem who need fml.rmt.t right
Joel McCrea and Barbara
turned over to the county by the 12:00 Public Service Cultivator with Sweeps; S Cole FOR SALE Hand made quilts Here !. SUrke. A *odet Uv.... 'c
: with fertilizer distributor
i Planters
which arrested Stanwyck from $%.50 up. Fannie Griffis.! teat will give y Mr family oeemrt-
city her last weekon discs Rear
and bedding
opening : '
12:15: Second News of The World c/o Criffis Bros. Grocery Max
a charge of disorderly conduct AND End Crane; Tractor Jack; S-l Cyclone vtlle, Fla. Up. ty.Tw
Roundup Seeder P.T.O.: 47" Tilt Bed
after she was arrested with 8 Bop Girl Goes Chain story frame k*..., (X apart
Trailer with Rack McCuIloch
12:30: Weather, Around The Nation ; FOR SALE-Cane Mill, S-roller and meats) sen resting, for VOM +tt
youth in a vacant house. Only a Saw; Sears Gas Engine 500 watt
bailer. Good condition. $40. Con ..
.t" two lots, pared etreet dry
CalypsoWith generator; 5',Ezee Flow. J. L. Orr, tact George Kersey. ,750 N. ,
I few days before she had been re UHtle*. offered fuftUked at tow
12:35: The Perry Van Show Brownlee Road. SR 229 at SR Church St.. Phone 264-J. ftp 10/25 .
trice with iers.FLORIDA
leased from county jail where she Judy Tyler, Bobby Troup 229-A. Starke. 3tp 10/12
1:00 Five, minute summary of
CASH PRICES tad served 30 days for vagrancyThe and Marco WoodsPlus News DINE AND DANCE-Mamo' Mos PRICED TO SELL REALTY CO.

,girl came to Starke from Color Cartoon for Kids. 1:05 Chuck Denton Show Place .- Sailor's Snack Bar; SARATOGA SIB-DIVISION Of Starke-
Lake. dancing
High Springs. Judge Yawn appointed Wed. Thurs.- Oct. 23. 24 2:00 Five minute summary of Kingsley Friday.and Saturday Square night Music I New, :3 bed room home concrete lit N., Walnut Starke.St. 'Fla.- 'TeL 383

two doctors to examinethe News .by. Bradford. County Playboys. block eoMtraetiem. .Take over
girl and make a report or. DOUBLE FEATURE 4to 10/18 uwaeru enmity and move right I.. LOTS FOR SALE-City Water and
2:05: The Perry Van Show Terms. J. L.
PAID Sewer. Andrews,
their findings. Shack Out On 101 i iI I 3:00: Five minute summary of WHEN IN NEED OF. II INCOME PROPERTY Two 23J-R. 4tchar H/8_
.. ..
I It apartment ho c. 6 room la
With Terry Moore and Frank I News TOPSOIL each ...rtae.t. The reatal .i WILL TYPE YOUR BILLS or letters -
Homecoming PlannedBy Love joy 3:05: The Perry Van Show tUB property will more than pay In my home.: .lira. James

AndBAILOUT 4:00 Five minute of the ...,ae.ta. Douglas phone 5S3-R. Itchg I
: summary FILL DIRT
6 DAYS PER Lawtey ChurchThe
WEEK AT News III BLILDING LOT 75' OB pared WANTED Experienced breakfast
43,000With ALL TYPESTRACTOR trtet. 105' deep cleared ready cook. Gold House Restaurant,
At Your
Grace Methodist Churchin John Payne Koren Steele 4p5: Request to build ... cirellcat location, close phone 394. Itp
6:00 WRGR News Parade WORKAND to school sad bulaet Metlom.
AT Lawtey will observe its annual Oolor Cartoon goods
(World and National) HOUSEHOLD for. tale: Stove
homecoming event Sunday, Oct HARRY C. ELROD. JR. refrigerator 'beds. etc. Reason
Fri.. Sat. Oct. 25. 26 6:30: 8 P. M. WhatABurgerShow. Reg. Real Estate Broker able for cashl Phone4181, Key
20. -
218 Ave. Phoae 43 .
Temple stone Heights. Up
BulldozingW.
Light
Services will be held \s usual DOUBLE FEATURE I
STAlE 6:30: Revolving Bandstand FOR SALE Kelvinator Electric FURNISHED BLOCK HQUSE oa
FARMERS
MARKEt with the Sunday school at 10 a. I SHOTGUNWith 7:00 NEWSIC (News and Music L. THIGPEN, JR. range with automatic oven. Good Lawtey. pretty lot Real buy. W.

m. and preaching at 11 followedby tt J Bar JUS-D -,Attoi B4.Btufce condition. $n. Write or come to S. Sibley. Realtor SUyer Lake)
Sterling Hayden Yvonne ), RU 1, Box 359. Kingsley Lake Phone 383, Keystone Heights,
a basket dinner at,the church. Do Carlo and Zachary Scott 8:00 Sign Off FHO.N m-l after 5 p.m. Doris Temple. W 2tp 10/23
I The Rev., H. C. Hardin of Gainesville ftp 18 15 -
t And Saturday .,.. AND
4 J. R. Wainwrigbt Produce Co. be guest speaker,and the With Me Same schedule as above except 40 FT. CRA. KUP'U.110Rr.. SALESMAN For Furniture .route.COLLECTOR Some collecting -

nursery will be open, to take care Dance Road Show TKXTH AlulnzalOY Television tower for sale. Sacri- experIence needed. El-
1 to 6 p. m. OUR
fice. GR 5-2970 Lake Geneva.
rod Furniture Co. 218 Temple
of small children. RADIOS REPAIRED '
Henry c
PHONE Sunday M.Jell Itchg Ave. 2tchg 10/25:
179 AO Hake AH
STARKE, FLA. All friends and associates of With Bud Abbott and Lou 7:30 Sign On Religious programs leaN..... aa.-- ........... .
the church are invited to attend HAL C. SHEPHERD "TED-PecaDs., any quantity. List TOM .pteyertr ".. Sato With
Costello until 1:00- v. m. II W. Can St. Start* ... No amount too large or small. Farm B... nil Bulieu Proper-
: ,AT FARMERS MARKET and a special invitation is extended Plus Serial Chapter 11 and 1:00 to 6:00 p. a The Sunday Dillard Keene, 321, Temple Ave. ty,--Frtc Open LUtlar.

to former members pas- Color Cartoon for Kids Show S% PAID O* SAVINGS KEYSTONE Itp 12/12 Jekmle Haasem. Re re.*ataftve J
tors and district. STATE BANX KET- P. O. Box MT Starke na.I .
-'t 'l.q """ -'1 ;"( .. .-7, superintendents 6:00 to 8:00 p. m. See Schedule STONE hEIGhTS FUL. DU- FOR !SALTS-nd 17 Inch T.V. Ret. ml. *. e* Ml Pkeu WaU
,, } I"to and their families. tfcbg a
\ -'" above BElt roia $'US at Shepherd's. nOnft g-5831 4




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