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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 25, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME SE\'F T\-SISE --- ---- STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY._. : OCTOBER 25.: 1957. _ _ NUMBER EIGIITEE.iPipe .



Shipment 'Begins For Gas Line; !I HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL SLATEDA 2 Men Charged 'Parade Monday To Begin





Starke To Have Station Headquarters witches festive and :pooks Halloween is being carnival planned to celebrate by the Elementary the holiday PTAr'for, With Drug Sales Activities Of County Fair


to be held at the Elementary School on Thursday, Oct. 31.

The events will: include carnival booths. a supper and a mid- Returned Hereij
Starke will be the site of a in Santa Rosa and Liberty counties I .

pipeline district maintenance of- in Florida and in George get football game. All Phases Seen

The entertainment will begin at 4 p.m. with the opening of
Miss.
station in
fice and County
a compressor Two men arrested last week in 1t:

the new natural gas pipeline net- Other district maintenance the booths, games and concession stands. Dallas, Tex.. on Bradford County As Bigger, BetterThe

work now in its beginning stagesof headquarters will he at Mossy Supper will be served in the cafetorium from 5 until 7 p.m. drug charges were returned to the _

construction according to a Head: Walton County: Cody. and the midget football 'battle will begin at 7. The plate 'uppers Bradford County jail this week : 1957 version of the Bradford

recent progress report by F. E. Jefferson County Satsuma. Put- will cost 75 cents for adults and 35 cents for children. where they will await trial. County Fair will get underway

Stanley, president of, the Hous- nam County; Winter Haven. Ve- Carnival sponsors report that more booths have been plan- The pair, Herbert Lannis, Pip Monday with a gala parade
ton Texas Gas & Oil ro Beach and Fort Lauderdalein
Corp. ned than in previous years to provide a greater number of at pin 36 and Daniel Benitez, 18, i. marching through the busness
The report made to B. R. Fuller Florida as well as at Boga- tractions. arrived back in Starke Monday district of Starke beginning at

Jr., executive director of the luftt. La., and Merrill, Miss. evening in the custody of Deputy 3:30 p. m.

( Florida Development Commis- "We are moving ahead as I Sheriff Riley Sweat and a sheriff's :
Fair officials this
V LIon and Alan S. Boyd chair- rapidly as possible." Stanley's Discusses School Issue Vote bureau investigator who made the week that this year's predicted fair activities .

man of the Florida Railroad and report concluded, "because; of trip to Texas to bring them back.
the strong demand for natural will be the "biggest and
Public Utilities Commission. Pippin and Benitez are accused I

, Stated that the firsjt shipment of gas in Florida, the last undeveloped if selling the drug, amphetamine best" in history in allot its

t mainline pipe. 31,272, tons is frontier of the gas industry Board Adopts Bond Spending PlanA to 'William P. Reames Jr., a phases.
in the nation." A and better
greater quantity
scheduled for delivery this Starke youth who was earlier arrested -

month- This shipment will represent on charges of possession of quality of livestock will be on

a $6' million order and TAIN'T RIGHT; schedule for the spending of Morgan explained that one reason -, the:drug. display, Joe Wood and George

the $450,000 which the School for leaving this work out. wa Huggins, co-chairmen of this
will be enough for 150 miles of I Sheriff P. D. Reddish said that
TAINT SPRING that plans for some of the 'work .
mainline pipe.Houston Board hopes to receive from a I he Is investigating to determine if i event stated with a larger amount

issue could not get underway until[ ,,.._..__ "W___,_ "_..n._ .... uO L'AIUOU .. of prize money on hand.
and the Coarial Taln't spring in spiteof planned bond was adoptedby classroom shifts are made. other people were not involved in '- .'Ieuglj nruwn amss' uairy ('otop pnoio seems so anxious .
Theexhibits of the home demon.
the Board at a special meeting the crime.
Transmission Corp. have plaeedorders the fact that many 1M'C'im As to get to the Bradford County Fair that 11-year-old Carlton
an example he cited plans stratlon. school and other
totaling about $63,000,000 trees are budding out Monday. for moving the science rooms,, Possession of the drug, a nervous has a hard time holding her back to shine, her up for e%l bition. David under the supervision of groups MiM

covering all major equipmentand In bright J green finery. Included in the schedule are which are in dire need of improvements system stimulant, unless by Allen's Duroc hogs, on. the other hand, require a bit of coaching before Dorothy Ross, Mrs. Maxine Gib-
materials, Stanley said. He County Ajtent G. T. huggini most of the projects proposed by :I the prescription of a physician, ,
but said that these: they can be budged from their comfortable stalls. These two son and Miss Jean Sublett, are
reported that engineering and .. explains this phenomenon the state survey team which also could |,was made illegal by the 1957 session
plans not be accomplisheduntil of the legislature. Crimes of boys will be among a number of 4-H'ers and FF.Vers and others also expected to more more extensive
bond issue
recommended the as
design work, preparatory to field thusly: elementary students .
well as additional renovation proJects are mov- violence in other parts of the state who will exhibit their animals at the fair next week. Both boys live than in previous year
forces webworms
construction activities, is far ad- Invading of ed out of Building A.
vanced."It hate denuded many in Brooker, Hampton and have been attributed to its use. on farms near Hampton. I I Bigger And Better

trees in Bradford Lawtey. About the only survey "We can do a good job with Pippin and Benitez are being The policy of "bigger and bet
pecan ifP-:
Is that the this stated .
hoped big pro- and surrounding, countiesof proposal left out of the Board's money Morgan held under $3,000 bond each on ; ter" will also extend into the
ject will be completed In late "though it won't permit us to
all foliage. schedule was six classrooms in the drug charges and are also midway attractions, Fair Assn.
practically all of the Guard To L-5J 'l.
Summer complete repair Have
proj
or September of
1958
The trees themselves the proposed 12 classroom new wanted in Tampa on breaking and IN.W. chairman Guy Andrews said.
finding "
the ects. With these planned projects v
report stated. in unmcustomedstale elementary school building. entering charges on which bond The midway attractions, furnished
Other highlights of the report an brought up to date under this I has also been set at bond Display At Fair
of nudity at this "season These were not included on the other projects can be $3,000 for the first time this year
show program
:
: are attempting; to do suggestion of School Supt. Har- completed in a few through each. Reames is under a $1,500 k by the Page Showa of Palatka
years
1. Coastal has completed construction something about it. mon Morgan who said that the concentration of normal funds,' he bond. Company C, the Starke Na- ., ...c...".,.. will be much better than previous .

of a short lateral, one "This! new growth In the county would 'be able to build A woman and a 16-year-old boy, tiona Guard unit, will display ," .. midway features Andrews

of Its feeder lines in Texas and fall isn't good." Hugxini classrooms from the regular said.The $450,000 bond issue will both from Starke, who were accompanying some of its equipment at the } said.Clowns

property abstract work is nearly said. "It if nature's way of funds in coming years. vide for the School Board pro to Pippin and Benitez Bradford County Fair next week, minstrels, and other

complete for the corporation'sentire saying that the tree's nervous Under the approved spending catch on such projects as audi- when they were arrested were also including a big M-62: five-ton features from the Page Shows
up '
project, with, right-of-way system" is undergoinga schedule $310,000 would be spent toriums, cafeterias and renovations brought back to Florida, but wrecker and several Shop Vans retinue are also expected to participate

procurement advancing steadily. hhoek." He predicted, en schools in Starke; $100,000 on that can not be handled no, charges' ,. placed, against' them. with full field equipment.The ,.,\. '. in Monday's parade.

Survey parMes are now workingIn however, no permanent Lawtey schools; $20,000 in Brooktr through normal capital outlay bn the trip back, the lawmen 'shop vans are equipped to ; They will join such local featuresas

the field and engineering design damage would be done by and $20,000 in Hampton.The funds. discovered that Benitez> was skilled go to maintenance jobs in the the BHs band and the Amer.

for the compressor stations the norm invasion or the funds planned for the Starke Morgan said he was "not too at opening locks,, and could j. ican Legion unit in marching; up

a'nd the pipeline also is progressing unseasonable budding-out; schools would be used entirely for much worried" about future class- easily escape, from, the handcuffs, field.A look at the' equipment on i Temple avenue and through

rapidly. new construction, with no money but; DO escape attempt ,was made. "' town Andrews said.
process. should the
display give laymanan :
rooms because they are always ,--j. ; _.
,2. First shipment of 16-inch earmarked for any renovation idea of the broad 'scope of Other special features planned\

heavy'wall pipe for, highway and projects. The new construction in- number one priority and will be Trustee: Positions maintenance that is expected of for the week include the Rotary

railroad crossings on the Jacksonville Permanent Bus cludes an auditorium at BHS furnished through normal funds. the men of Company C. Persons sponsored Rural-Urban Day 'on

lateral was received ($130,000)), six classroom element- The three members of the Board Sought By Three interested in seeing the Guard Joseph AiidrewsDies Wednesday with Bradfoid County -

Aug. 29 by Houston from the Injunction SoughtBy ary school ($60,000)); cafetoriumfor present at the meeting Monday equipment should visit the Fairon farmers as special,, guests to

National Tube Division of United new school' 1550,000)and.five expressed intentions of going itf: Wednesday, since it will be a: the activities which will center
4 classrooms for RJE,:$50,000.: The new slate of School Trustees -
States Steel Corp. BoardThe ahead with the bond Issue program displayed on that date only. Prominent around a fish fry at noon. On to

3. specifications for, all pipe- Clay The spending at schools in Law- by asking the County Com- was practically settled this CWO John C. Stephens, coach ; the program will be a livestock
week as no competition developedfor
line and compressor station construction tey would be divided into $30,000for sissioners at its meeting next candidates'who have for the Company rifle team, an- grading exhibition by Gifford,

arecompleted and Cjay County School Board a cafeteria, $20,000 for two month to call for a reregistration the three nounced this week that the team Rhodes, livestock specialist with
engineering r.otified Bradford Board last qualified to seek the three two .
the classrooms and $20,000 for renovations Businessman HereJoseph .
of freeholders.As in Thord '
will the '.
design of the participate the State Marketing Bureau and .
pipeline week that: iU would : apply on 'all at Lawtey Junior year trustee terms in the Nov. 5 ;
system Is 75 per ,cent completed. a first step in.the procedureof Gray Trophy Carbine Match at entertainment will be providedwith
Oct. 24, for a election.
Thursday, permanent High, and $30,000 for a cafetoriumat
4. Aerialsurveys 'and photo- promoting a ''bond issue election, l Camp Blanding on Sunday, Nov. Larry Gibson and Elden
injunction to prohibit Brad- the school.It candidates are O. J.
The three
Lawtey Negro William Andrews Jr.
graphic mosaics of both the at least 25 per cent of the regist- 3. The team, which is still bein'gselected I Mathews in charge. .
ford buses from picking Clay of A. L. Green of
up Phillips Lawtey,
74
Houston was suggestea that the $20- ered freeholders must request from many men who are prominent Starke businessman ,
and Coaxal, lines, Livestock fudging
are County children. Brooker and John A. Torode of
i 000 set aside for renovations at died suddenly Tuesday
such an election in a petition. To trying: out for it, will consist of ,
complete. Rhodes will also conduct tHe
The permanent order would replace Starke. Torode, an oil company
the Hampton school be used for afternoon as the result of a heart
ratify the issue, 50 per cent of five firing members, a team captain -
5. Right-of-way acquisitionsfor a temporary injunction I distributor, is the only newcomer! judging for prizes of the live-
improvements in the rest rooms, the registered freeholders must and a scorer.Growth attack at his office here.
the entire system are well 1 which was gained by the Clay Building shower rooms and pur- to: the group, taking the place of stock on exhibition and will be
vote in the election, and a majority Mr. Andrews was born in
under way, with six agents representing Board on Sept. 11. chasing land for the expansion of i:. F. Dinkins; who did not seek assisted by A. T. 'Andrews, assistant
of those voting must favor Starke on March 18, 1883 the
Coastal and 10 Bradford Board members at reelection. Of Phone county agent of Alachua
repre- the school site.
the issue. At the time William
present son of the late Joseph
senting Houston now engaged in their regular meeting Monday indicated The Brooker school also would about 2900 freeholders are The three last week submittedthe County. The judging will take
regist-
and Arminta Prescott Andrews.He
this worfc. Houston has that they did not intendto at place on Wednesday morning.
completed he scheduled for $20,000 for reno- required petitions signed by Company Told .the
had owned and operated
ground surveys on 400 miles attend the Thursday hearing vations, with improvements to the !ered.On the basis of present property least five freeholders asking that Al w on Wednesday the County
Ford Motor Company here for
of the main line, with approxi- feeling that their presence would school grounds, seen as one of the valuations, it is estimated that; their names be placed on the bal At ClubGrowth white school children wilt be
Rotary than 35
., matey 150 miles of the survey serve no purpose. major: needs. II' the $450,000 bond issue would require : lot. All three are from different more years. I' special guests of the fair, with

completed in Florida. It has survey The Clay Board's attorney, T. Board members Thornton Johns I an additional 6 mill'levy r Board member districts, though Mr. Andrews was a 32nd Degree the activities opening at 1 p. m.

i permits covering 500 miles, J. Jennings Jr., notified the Brad- taxable in Bradford I this is believed not to be a requirement of the local telephone Mason, a member of the for them. The colored children
and W. C. Powell on property
wouldbe (Billy) questioned -
ford Board that the hearing
with four field crews now operat- in trustee elections any- exchange and the expansion pro- Morocco Temple Shrine, Jacksonville will be given their special day
Continued 8))
held before a circuit judge in the omission of funds for the ( on Page health
more. gram now under here were and until his at the fair
ing. way on Thursday, beinning
Gieen Cove Springs at 2:30: p.m. renovation of the high school
Besides electing the trustees, discussed Wednesday by H. A. failed several years ago. was at 1 m.Friday .
p.
Besides Bradford County, compressor "Pleased be governed accordingly buildings from the schedule with
the voters will also vote on the Bishop Jr. in a talk at the Rotary active in civic affairs in Starke.
C of C
stations*will be located i ," his notice said. the argument that it might be ad- MeetingThe will be Veterans tnd
visable to include all of the 10 mill tax rate now being levied Club.. Besides his wife, Nell Roberts Armed Forces Day with the Nat!

needed work in the program, Board of Directors of th<
'\ ': '" u .... ". ,"',. bringing the whole system up to Chamber of Commerce will meel!t mill school tax levy. pendent companies. such as the by four daughters: Mrs H. C combat equipment on display.
'\S ; :
; YZ' .-.' ; date, even if it would increase the Monday at 1:15: p. m. in thi! Monday was the deadline for one here, play an important part Brown and Mrs. Jacqueline Saturday ha* been planned as

4'f ir r .; ,' {': -'.;., ::.. I amount of money to be borrowed. chamber office. qualifymg. in the nation's economy, serving Moorer, both of Starke, Mrs. an eventful day with which to
: > more than 60 million telephones Glen Duke, Ft. Lauderdale, and
I conclude the week's activities,
.,': .7i : __ through 10,870 exchanges.: Two- Mrs. J. R. Boring, Jacksonville
: ....,. with the events including a bigparade
Fire Q S '. ,'. ;',, "' '. AT' FERNANDINA TONIGHT thirds of the telephones in Flor- Beach; one son, Jos. W. AndrewsIII and a fiddling contest.

Pj.kIsY ... \.', .. '. da served Miss. 10
,
are by independents, of Hattiesburg ;
.. aII! The Parade is scheduled to begin
I'.' the speaker said. Throughout the grandchildren and four great
.i 'S marching at 2 p. m. ,and will
Tower $ \ ,.171, Deland Tumbles Bradfordwent nation they have an investmentof grand hildren. include motorcycle brigades from

t4M f;.. I. over two and a half billion Funeral services were held in Jacksonville and Ocala.

I 'I' dollars. the First Methodist Church The fiddling contest will take

Goes to DeLand on their 37 yard- Land recovered a fumble by BHSon Bishop described::: the growthof Thursday morning at 10 o'clock place at the fair grounds at :5
5 Mark Moore the local from the Donald
I By Starke's 30 yardline. The Bull- company with the pastor Rev.
i.', 1, line.The time it was, purchased by his Kokomoor, officiating. Burialwas p.m.The
4 the Tornadoes Bulldogs began a 62 yard dogs tried to push to the Torna- commercial exhibits, under -
.. Last Friday night drive that ended Starke's 1 father in 1919 and had a total of in the family plot in Crosby
how on does goal but the 17 yardline was I the direction of Billy Gra.
UP : learned by experience yard line. The drive fell short by as close as they could get. The 142 phones, to the present time Lake Cemetery with DeWitt C.
much harm one extra point or one ham, are being readied for display -
only a few inches of being an- game ended with Starke on their when 1.201 phones are serviced.He Jones Funeral Home in chargeor
can do. The De- with mont of the
flag on a play space
other first down for DeLand. The 17 yardline and DeLand trying to predicted that, at"its'present arrangements.
,. Land team, with both barrels loaded contracted for. Graham said this
'.; r'1 Tornadoes gained 3 yards and on hold them there. rate of growth, Starke will have
Work came out on top-side with ascore week that a few spaces are still
the third down Bennett kicked to This Friday night the 'Torna- 2,000 phones by 1960.
of 7-6. available and or businesses
Underhill on Starke's 37 yardline. The speaker Mid that the persons
The Starke boys were held to a does will challenge the Fernan- Brooker MarketBarbecue.Slated desiring' to rent a space
i had
With less than a minute left in company originally planned I
6 yard gain after the kickoff andS dina Pirates in Fernandina. This should contact him at Alvarez
I On the first half, the Bulldogs tried to cut over to the dial system by
DeLand received the ball on their
"a pass 'but it was intercepted by team rates next to Palatka in I Jan. 1, 1958, but that it now Clothing Store.
The Bulldogs. I
44
own yardline. Larry LaMee who raced 30 yards trength and speed. Their best i seemed unlikely that the changeover "If the fait weather continue
against
aided by a 5-yard penalty
: Starke, had moved forward to toward DeLand's goal before being -' players are D. Lofton' and Kenneth could be'made 'before April, For November. 6 we will have the best fair ever,"

Houses 9. Starke's 45 yardline when Bennie stopped. At this time the first; Blackwelder who is transferred 1958, due to the tremendous a- Andrews stated this week. Still

half ended with both teams going mount, of work involved. of fair .officials
the
Williams intercepted a pass from : from Gainesville. Starke's Wednesday, Nov. 6, has been on memory
DeLand's Don Schmitt. The Tor- strong and the score 6-0. Bert McGee will probably toe out I, The current expansion pro- set as the time for the free bar. is the downpour of rain which

.. Starts nadoes started a 42 yard drive The second half started strong of the game Friday'but Rudolph I gram is being financed by a becue given by farmers in the drowned out the first two days

I that ended when Charles Osborne with both teams' holding their Hutcheson should be back',in. $300,000 loan, Bishop said, with Brooker area to highlight their activities at the fair last year.

took a left-end sweep across the ground until Elmore Underhill Fernandina. _will ,be using the $170,000 being spent for equip- recent decision to operate the But the clear skies have

;., goal from the one yardline. The broke through the Starke line and same formation 'as Starke. This ment inside the office and $130.- Brooker State Farmers :Marketon strengthened the hope that a

raced 57 yards to the goal mak- should be '. 000 for outside work. He said of this won't be
d try for extra point failed and no- a rugged game so go recurrence experienced
the auction .system during the
ft-J1 :3 DeLand's first TD. The ,
ing try I that
body knew how 'much that point and support your team. 96,000 feet of cable will be coming season. this year..

would mean later in the game. for extra point failed the first Last Tuesday night the Starke' laid for' the ,new .system, which

i The score remained 6-0 early in time but there was a flag on the B-Squad lost a game to the Palatka I' will include dial exchanges at The barbecue will be servedat Petit Larceny """

.. the play and it was called back. The team 38-6. Starke's TD was Lawtey and Kingsley Lake. the Brooker market, and it ia
game.
Progress! on Bradford .County's new fire unit headquarters was second time Summerford plunged scored byMarion Cottle.
that state- officials
I Another interesting event occurred I hoped some A tavern owne'r this week placed -
evident this week as the tower (background) was and across the line bringing the score Statistics
completed when John Ashcraft's kick to 7-6. I Starke FFA'ersJ J will be present on this occasion. a petit larceny charge againsta

I crews began the work of laying the foundations for the residences BHS D'L All farmers who are interested youth whom he had previously
to BHS was good for only 6 yards, Soon after this Charles Noegel Yards Rushing 172 222 Roland Stern
I and garage. County 'Glf'1Ul' Lewis a member of the befriended.The .
expects to have the tower
Ranger giving Starke the ball on DeLand's went into the game for the first First Downs 3 J 5'' state champion FFA swine judg-I in bringing their produce to' the W. L.

,. la operation in about two \veeks with the start of the fire spotting 31 yardline. After the third down time in the evening. Before this, Yards Passing 5 I 0: ing team, was a special guest at Brooker market during the com operator complainant of the Blue Chip Mobley on the

( activities awaiting the Installation of, a radio.- .Two. of the houses' Bubba LaMee passed to Gary Bennett had been taking Noeg-, Pass Attempts 6 21 the: meeting of the Starke Chapter ing season are invited to attend R&iford Road, reported to Sheriff

are expected to be completed In about six weeks. Lewis said that Bennett who covered the remain- el's place. Due to sickness Noegelhad Passes Complete '* "1 (0 I FFA on Wednesday, giving an the barbecue and learn .more P. D. Reddish that the youth

I{ t iM Perry (Pete) Luke of Starke will be the dispatcher for Ole new ing 30 yards to the goal. How- not been' able to practice the; Interceptions 2. <0 interesting. report on the team's Richard Reel had stolen a watch
1 ever there was a flag on the play week before and he was tb' Fumbles Lost 1 35 about the plan for operating an
and heIdi to Kansas
; ;; headquarters will serve as towerman until the dispatcher's office I --. trip City where they and a frying pan from him. Total
:; in completed. S and it was called back. The next small gains. I Penalties ,. 25 0 took part in the National FFA auction market Buyers are also value of the items was listed at
pass was incomplete and the ball Late in the third quarter De- Kicks i 7-194 7-152 Convention.

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH, ....IQIII. FLORIDA t FRIDAY OCTOBER 25,



and family last Saturday. claims or demands which you or ministrator of the Estate of Frank- I All of said proper** ,.Ing in the in such certificate or certlficatesber 1957.

Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Daniel and either of you may have against the Un C. Hollingsworth. deceased, wUl County of Bradford, State of Fla. will be sold to the highest bidder Dated this 2 day of Oct. 1957.at .
editorialANGELSl'IsJDISUEV estate of :Mable L. Sasse, deceased, offer at 11 o' lock son. on the :31st Unless such certificate or certificates the court house door on the first(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, I
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family of Valdosta, Ga. were late of Bradford County. Florida, day of October 1957 for public sale shall be redeemed accord- Monday in Month November.Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford

guests of Mrs. Daniels' brother with the County Judge of Bradford the following described real property ing to law the property described 1957.! which Is the 4 day of Novem- County. Florida. 10/4 4t 10/%$'
County, Florida at his office Inthe to-wit: :
and sisterinlawMr..' and Mrs. i courthouse.at"8tal't ; Florida, Bghrntn at th Northeast corner .

Buddy :Browning, last Sunday. within eight calendar months from of Lot Five (5) of Block
the date of first publication ofthis ,
Eighteen (1$) of the original
The Baldwin football team will
notice. Each claim or demand Town of Starke Florida according .
play St. Joseph's Academy Fri- must be in writing and must statetbe to the map or plat thereofa .
place of residence and post office of record inDeed Book
"JT "
day night, Oct. 25, in Baldwin.,
address of the claimant, and >page 759 of the public recordsof
'Mr. and Mrs. Junior Goolsby of must be sworn to by the claimant, Bradford County. Florida and .C ok tile midtrn. !

Baldwin visited with Mr. and Mrs. his agent, or attorney er the same 'thenee TUB West Fifty (50) feet, way Remember.j j
will become void according: to law. thence run South Twenty (!?)
Leslie Sweat last Saturday and This the 8th day. of October. A. -eet. thence run East Fifty (50)

Sunday.We D., 1957. it., and thence run North Twenty -
COILECT//IG// regret that Mrs. Rufus Bertha L. Sasse, (%11) feet to the point of be-
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__ Administratrix of the estateof ginning. .
FOR Chance has been seriously ill at Mable L. Sasse, deceased. said .sale to.be subject to. tne following -.
her home here and wish her a 10/11 4t 11/1 terms and conditions: *

r ; ., 1. The sale price shall be subjectto
speedy recovery. IB The Circuit Court Of The Eighth the approval of the County WllEbeuts

Little Troy Strunk has return Judicial Circuit of Florida IB And Judge's Court .
3. Title will be conveyed by War-
Bradford For Bradford Couatyi
ed home from the Coun-
In Chancery.M. ranty Deed subject only to. that
ty Hospital where he was a pa- F. BA5O3X and CLARA HAZEN, certain mortgage dated the 9th day \

\ tient for several days. I I his wife; Plaintiffs, ol November l S4. and recorded at : A .
'i\ I VLSE.BO.RD Mortgage Book 32, page 423. I
.i Mrs. Ralph Silas and daughter, AIR LTS'E1 RAILROAD S. The sale will be for' cash or

Sherry, and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson -] C COMPANY a. Corporation' et al,. at the option of the Administrator '
Defendants. f- be may require a down paymentof FIRE !
ot: Jacksonville visited last! ORDER OP PFBLICATIOJJ MiD 10 per cent (10%) on the day

Friday with Mr< and Mrs. J. C.! SOT1CE TO DEPEND of the sale, and the balance of the
Nolan and i I.. The Name Of The State of Florida payment to be made at the time of
family.
closing of the sale.
Little Elizabeth Whitehead who 4. The Administrator 'will enter
( To Robert Nixon, Charles F, Mit- I
into a contract for sale to carry
was sick for several days lastweek. chen, Edwin>. Staples, Sarah J. '
out the purposes and intent of the
become quite, ill at school Miteh ll, if alive and if any of the Court Order; which contract, will ._. -\ i ., "t, .T'

Monday and.had to be taken home. above named persona be dead thento include the ordinary provisions relating -
: jto the sale of real property.
4:7 Mrs. Ralph Wilson and Mrs. the unknown neirs devisees, JAMES F. HOLLINGSWORTH

Floyd Hall .of Jacksonville ande grantees, creditors orther Administrator of the 'Estateof I
persons claiming any interest Franklin C. Hollingsworth.
: Mrs. Earl guests of described.
Mosley were in the hereinafter By: Joseph A. McGowan Attorneyfor

Mrs. Hattie Nolan Tuesday. property by, through, under or Administrator, Miller Fldg.! I H. (
against each such deceased; Flori- 11 West University Avenue,
1* ,. a. Railroad Company now known Gainesville. Florida.

-...... 4'o s Atlantic Company Gulf ,and a Florida West India corp 10-4 U 10-25 -.0 7p .. 1I 1i I

This Halloween those goblins and iItheir! I effort to replace and to all persons havingor i

.and witches who ring your front superstition with sound maternal lAI ? claiming any right title, interest NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR :
I JBy or lien In or to the following TAX DEED
door bell may be on a mission and child health practices. lands situate in City of Starke, See. 194.1$. F.S. __ \

of mercy instead of "trick or This year, as they did last Bradford County Florida to-wit: Notice is hereby given.. that T. J. r r
Mrs. D. E. lllll From the Southeast corner of: Alderman the holder of the !following .

treating." year, the teenagers of the ,Inter - NE'4 of SE Section 29, Twp. 6 certificates has filed said certificates Bmtrk heel right ram* htci*".pUUM up I
Through their organization mediate and Senior .Methodist &jAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA S.. R 22 E, run North 1 degree 50 for a tax deed to be issued 901 I
minutes West along the Easterly thereon. The certificate numbers 1ft"III. load net your eiaurui ft* pan. ra.k.i your

UNICEF (United Nations Inter- Youth Fellowship ,of starke. will fAn: Opsn Door| Topic boundary thereof 231 feet to and years of issuance, the description kitchen kitchen 'hotter .

national Children's Emergency be trick-or-treating for UNICEF Thurs. a point, run thence North 89 degrees of the property and the namesin
For WMU ,Program 16 minutes West 484.81
which it assessed follows
was are as
Fund) these young people are from 7:15 to 9 p. m. on October "An Open Door" was the pro- feet run thence 'North 2 degrees .- : .

turning Hallowe'en into a day 31. All young people participating gram topic for the October meet- to a concrete 10 minutes monument West 20.03 at feet the Certificate 1953.Description. No. 51. Tear of Issuance ,1 ...... ,,_.. -I
of sharing instead of a scaring. will be and
wearing
orange ing of Hampton Baptist WMU' Intersection of the Northerlyline of Property: Lot 4
Through their 'activities the only black "Trick or Treat" tags for with of Lafayette Street and the I Blk 14 Lincoln City (3ft of SEft W t'Her.
trick i is to treat the hungry and indentification Thursday evening Oct. 17, Westerly line of Myrtle Street of Ry) SI'c',3Z T 6 S R 22 E.
easy nine members present at the for a, POINT OP, REGINNNGI Name in which assessed: Edna J.
sick; children of the world. Your Halloween pennies, transformed thence, run North 2 I Smith. '

A UNICEF Hallowe'en com- into lifesaving medicinesand church. minutes West along the Westerly I All of said property being in the .', 'wby ELECTRIC COOKING 'sats all;i other methods:
Mrs. Charles Hicks presentedthe line of Myrtle Street 225.32feH County of Bradford. State of Fla. .
tining: traditional fun with a health-giving milk and vitamins to a concrete monument, Unless such certificate or t certificates

constructive purpose, produces will a to the program, the, first in the run thence North 89 degrees 51 shall be redeemed accord i' .
carry
message
year's series of ,topics all deal- minutes West 401.2 feet to a ing to law the proprtyjje8cribed all-Sf-No soot to soil curtains, walls, and .. housekeeping is easier.
pots
extra benefits right here at children they reach-a message "doors" to mission concrete monument on the- East in such certificate or certificates pans.
with
home. A day which was fast be- of friendship and hope. Five ing erly line of "Westmoreland will be sold to the highest bidder
work. Mrs. Hicks, as the new Street, thence run South 17 degrees at the court house door on the first
COOUST Half heat units do the Your kitchen
coming a major problem in many cents provides enough penicillinto at the meet 35 minutes East along the Monday: in Month of November, as many are required to job. stays

communities can now be a festival cure one child of yaws. One president, presided Easterly line of Westmoreland 1957, which Is the 4 day of November cooler, you save on air conditioning mater comfort from &nNlU" waits *t lower
Street 102.87 feet to a concrete 1957. ,
of good will. It will help the cent provides the vaccine to inoculate 1- ing.Next month's "Three monument, run thence South 2 Dated this 2 day of Oct. 1957. installation and costs.
operating
United Nation's Children's Fund one child against diph program, degrees 30 minutes East:. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
Knocks in the will be along the Easterly line of Clerk
Night", of Circuit Court of Bradford
in its gigantic task of assisting theria. One cent also
providesfive Mrs. C. L. with Westmoreland Street 123.34 feet County Florifla. 10/4 4t 10/25 UIIST No flames fumes safe electric
under-developed countries in large glasses of milk. given by Cooper, to a concrete monument at the open no no pilot lights. as lights.

the meeting to be at her home intersection of the Easterly line NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
their fight against!' the dread So when these young UNICEF"spooks" ]
on Thursday evening, Nov. 14 of Westmoreland Street and TAX DEED 'ASTUT-New super-speed surface units and electronic ovens cook foods in record time.
diseases that affect millions of'i come to your door on Northerly line of Lafayette See. 1S4.16, F.!.

their children in their struggle Halloween, do not turn them at 7:30: p. m. Street run thence South 89 degrees Notice is hereby given, that T. J. (
away -
1C minutes East along the Alderman
School NewsIrvm the holder of the follow* CMAKST It's all-electric than combination of fuels in
to provide adequate nutritlonYvrmv'vY'vYYmYYYy1 empty handed. Northerly line of Lafayette ins certificate has filed said cer cheaper to go to use a your
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Williamson is in Bradford Street 377.53 feet to point of beginning tificates for a tax deed to be issued

Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham were County Hospital, Starke ; thereon. The certificate numbersand kitchen-laundry.
GREETINGS: You are hereby notified years of issuance, the descrip
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bu- with an attack of influenza. His I II that a suit in equity hag been !tionof: the property, and the names

MAXVLLE ford Higginbotham and daughter twin. Erwin, has also been absent brought against you and each of in which it was assessed. are as tot 1 '
yon. and also' against B. C. Holtsen- lows: tilCtlUCAllY. / fcafcr forfay!
LIVE BETTER .. appfiaci
Merle, Sunday.Mr. from school with broken nose. Holtzendorfhis yow
a dorf and Ethel Marie Certificate !'oio. u., sear of lain
and Mrs. Buford wife. and Seaboard Air Line ,ance 19013. ,
Higgin Both are the sons of Mr. and I "
Mrs. 0. ;
By B. Nolan
Railroad Company, a foreign Description fit
corp- of
'botham and Mr. Property: WU
of
and Mrs. E., D. Mrs. Wiley Williamson. oration authorized to do businessin : Lot I Blk 5 Lincoln City (84 of FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANYi'j
UALAAAAAAAALAAAALAAAAAACarnl'aV Higginbotham and children Florida. defendants in the SE% W of
as
were Mrs. Virginia Faile, third and:\ Ry) Sec. 32 T I S R 23
above entitled Court and cause by E. "
of Mrs. "Ii..iN."i \
supper guests Hessie
Adams I- \
AU Set fifth grades teacher, was absent M. F. Uazen and Clara Hazen his Name in wnteb 'assessed Edna .'-
at Doctor's Inlet last Wednesday wife that the relief Haley. : J.
as plaintiffs
; '
Halloween from s hool on Wednesday morning '
is here again and night.Don't sought in said suit is to establish i','.. Uj'i'l -i';.: "'ii' 10',1 Jf.V ,. .f' .. .. .. ... -
there is no reason why we ,can't of last week, and Mrs. Bar boundaries and remove clouds from I !, }: t 't l "
-
forget that the Maxville
enjoy ourselves at one or all three bara Hill substituted in her and quiet and confirm piaintiiiwtitle
Civic Club will hold their regular to the above described landsas
carnivals that will be held in this business place. an indefeasible fee simple title
meeting on Friday .
vicinity. On Friday night Oct. night. PersonalsMrs. thereto against the claims of you
Nov. 1. We urge everyone to at and each of you; and you are summoned -, oj.
25, the Clay Hill PTA will sponsor Ola M. Perkins, attendedthe ordered and required to file S

one at the Clay Hill School tend.Lonnie Homecoming at Grace 'Methodist your written answer or defenses to ..
Harris who is a patient : the complaint in said cause in the FLORIDA AANK'AT
house at 7:30 p.m. Then on Tuesday at the Lake City Veteran's Hospital Church in Lawtey last Sun office of the undersigned Clerk of I. STARKE.
.
,night, Oct. 29, the Maxville said Court at Starke Florida on or i '
the
spent weekend here with day.Mr. before the 18th day of November
School PTA will hold carnivalat ,'
a his family. ,and Mrs. B. B. Eiland and A.D. 185?, and to serve a copy Statement of ;-- ;

the Maxville] School beginningat Baby ParrishMr. children of the Farm Colony thereof on Hollia V. Knight, plaint- \ Condition Condensed From .' .
5 o'clock. iffs' attorney whose address is '
There will be lots of ;: ; ,
and Mrs. D. J. Parrish announce spent Sunday in Hampton with tarke, Florida, on or before said '
fun for old and young. Then on the arrival of a baby girl the Wesley Griffin date as required by the Laws of : Report To Comptroller. October 11, 1957 .: -t ':

Halloween night, Thursday. Oct. Florida and the 1954 Florida Rules .
last Thursday night at the Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls wentto ,'., "
of Civil Procedure. If you fall to
31, the Baldwin PTA will _.
sponsortheir County Hospital in Starke. Cedar ,Key for the weekend, so do, a decree,pro confesso will be H :"
carnival which will be held L entered against you for the relief -... : -r!.i.l;. ,
The young lady has been named and their children ir '
stayed demanded in the complaint.It .
at the Baldwin school. Besides I '" -
Rhonda Danise. Lawtey with the ( -T RESOURCES : '' &: : -
games, cake walks and all they grandparents, is hereby ordered that this Or- ", -- : .
Football Games Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch. der and Notice shall be publishedonce : :; .. .
will also have a spaghetti supperat a week for four consecutive :,, I
The r
the cafeteria. Prices of theplates Baldwin High School "B" Sunday visitors at the homeof weeks in the Bradford County Tel : .
'
will football team played the Bolles Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swindell egraph, a newspaper published in Eoans v .
be $1 for adults -
and and .
Discounts '
School team in Bradford County, Florida.. and havIng $1,152,963.84
Jacksonville on were Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth .
50 cents for children. So come on L a general circulation in said -

everybody, let's support these Monday Oct. H, and,tied them 7 I Lewis of Palatka; and two.sis- County. Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 19,089.71 I

to 7. So far the "B" string is ters of Mrs. WITNESS my, hand as Clerk ,of .
schools and at the same time have Swindell, Mrs. Wimberly .. < -t- '
playing good. Hope they .can keep' I of Keystone Heights and said Circuit Court of, Bradford Prepa1d.Enses 1,370.69

fun.We it up. The "A" team was defeated County, Florida and. the seal of .
regret that Albert Smith I is; Mrs. Ida Crosby of Jacksonville, : ,

ill at his home herb and do wish) again last Thursday night Oct. 'I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth and said Court. at Starke Bradford Other Resources 219.43

him a speedy recovery. 17, on home grounds 'by the Mac- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Forsvtr- County, Florida, on the 17th day i ,

Miss denny team. Even though the JVPent of October, A.D. 1 57. Accrued. Interest and Income Receivable] $ 12,447.56
Patsy Smith accompanied I Sunday in Lake Butler ',. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Caruso and daugh. score was 34 to 6 we are very: with the Southerlands.Mr. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) j I U. S. Government '
proud of the boys. We could CHARLES A. DARBY, Securities 2,292,871.30
ter. Mickey, of Baldwin to South I that they see and Mrs. George Williamsof Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad I I
tried hani"to

with Carolina Henry last Caruso.weekend for a visit:,I I Mr. and really Mrs. Lonnie Jones win.and Hampton attended the Gun-". Hollis ford V.County, Knight, Florida.Attorney for Florida County & Municipal I Bonds 232,529.92
smoke
son, Glenn, Rev. and Mrs. Edward rodeo in Jacksonville Sat Plaintiffs, 10/13 4t 11/8
About 35 Other Securities
teenagers enjoyed a Jones and urday evening. 55,018.75 2,895,649.84
family of
straw ride and weiner roast last Jacksonvilleand ] Mr. and Mrs. CALL :FOR BIDS ,
Saturday night out to the Griffis Rev. Morgan of Green Cove W. C. Clemons Sealed bids will be received by Cash on Han J and Due From Banks 302,782.31
I Jr. and
the
IP Springs were dinner and family of Heilbronn City Council of the City of
pasture. They were chaperoned by supper snent Sunday in Starke, Florida, at the City Hall in 4069293.51
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning and I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon Hampton with Starke Florida, -until 7:00 o'clock

Mrs. H. R. and daughter, Virginia last Mrs. Ina Knight: and son; and P.M. on Tuesday November 5, 1957.
Kilgore. at which time
Sunday afternoon and place all bids
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marshall of Sunday. visitors were received will be publicly opened and '. ...
Gainesville visited last Mrs. Gladys Copeland and Mrs. Mr. and Mra Purvis Green and read aloud on the following: y" -' "

Sunday Dorothy Waters family of Heilbronn.Mr. One two-ton truck heavy duty,
carried : ,
Linda
with Mr. and Mrs. George Brown eight cylinders, not less than ;
.
and family. Waters to Starke last Wednesday : and Mrs. E. P. Christieand 175 Horsepower or 270 cubic ,. : .l." i ( .
to Doctors Hospital where she daughter Of Gainesville were inch displacement, Four speed ; t 1 LIABILITIES' -
Those
enjoying the rodeo in I transmission two speed axle, ,', .
Jacksonville Saturday was treated for a serious ear in- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. 825x20 tires with tubes 103 inch : c?rt = .
night '
"W
,,
'J',
fection. C. A. dimensions '
F.O.B.
E. Hill and daughters Starke : : '
where :
Matt Dillon in Saturday Florida. :; -i :
appeared I Bid price to be adjusted ; "
person were Rev. and Mrs. H. F. The Maxville Baptist Sunday evening.Mr. on freight difference to .,. -. _.;:

Higdon and family Mrs. D. B. School was very glad to have 115 and Mrs. J. W. Home were I: The body said ntountiJag-City reserves P41St. the right Capital< Stock : ;.... $150,000.00 ,: :
'
Griffis and daughter :Mrs. Henry; present at Sunday School last Gainesville visitors, Monday.Mr. to accept or reject any or all bids. Surplus -.1 ,. "

Griffis and Sunday morning. Hope the attendance and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks CITY OP STARKE. FLORIDA .. 150,000.00
daughters
Mrs. .
Gladys I By Carl Johns City Clerk. ';' M\ ...,. ."" >. ,
\"l'pl'lana ana daughters, Mr. and will stay UD."Homecoming I of Orlando were weekend visit- 10/18 3t 11/1 Undivided Profits 38,00ol25 338,000.25

Mrs. Earl Cannon and family, and Day" for the ors with her mother, :Mrs., Mamie CALL-FOR .
i BIDS
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and fam' Black Pond Baptist Church will Meade, and also visited other Sealed bids win be received by

ily.Rev. .1' be held on Sunday, Nov. 3. Rev. relatives here. the City Council of the City of **. "" .

and Mrs. H. F. Higdon Lester Taggart former pastor of Don Roberts of Winston-Salem, Starke Starke,, Florida Florida. at until the City 7:00 Hall o'clock in Reserve For Contingencies '. 99,182.69

visited at the St. Vincent's Hospita1 the Maxville Baptist, is now the N. C. is staying at the home P.M. on Tuesday November 5, 195T. ; -
in at which time and place all bid$ : Reserve For Taxes Interest Etc. .
Jacksonville pastor there. We : 35,568.21
Sunday after- hope that a lot of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Simmons, received will be publicly opened and .. .. .
noon with Mrs. Arnold Harper. from our community will attend read aloud on the following ,' .. '. ". --t :
near Hampton. He made ; ,
the
Interest &
trip r Income Collected Not Earned .
:Mrs. One 16 cubic 25i934.72;
Harper had these yard enclosed .:
to services. .;.
undergo surgery to Florida with Eugene Simmons Packer type Garbage Collection i '. -. J.< ;.-.- .' -. -: ,

again on Saturday but is Mrs. Louise Eichelser and son who arrived last week fora Unit. side loading. 100,000 pound Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable l',000.00 ,

getting along nicely now. of Jacksonville heavy-duty endless- roller chain, ;
spent last weekend visit with his ,
brother and sis- not less, than 50,000 pound pack.
.Bonnie
: Padgett was ill this week with Mrs. Eichelser's parents, Mr. ster-in-law. lag pressure, cab to axle dimen- Other Liabilities _- 1.4Jieposits I
.
arid had to miss some school. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and fam MISS Lena mba 102 Inch minimum, or Gar ,' "" .
Mr. and Frick'of Ft. Lauderdale bage Collection Unit of comparable .1
Mrs. Henry Padgettand ily.Mr. and Charles McDougald specifications Body to be -:',:,, ./. 69,606.60 I
daughter Bonnie spent Sun- and painted two coat of solid col 1. "
day with Mr. I Mrs., Ray Pellum and of Brighton spent veral daysin or.. Body to be mounted on : j, >,.;' j. I

and Mrs. Clifton son of Jacksonville visited with with his truck to be furnished by City ;
Hampton
Carter at Clay HilL Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and Mr. and Mrs: C. H. parents" of Starke Florida. j .. !: :: __,_. H"," ,__ ,:.' $4,069,293.51:
The
Campbell.Presbyterian said City
reserves the right
.
We ,
regret that Mrs. :Mary Jane .family last Sunday. t& accept ot' reject any or aU Wds.
,
Griffis is still ill and confined to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Denmark CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA .,,:" -, .- .
her bed. Church By Carl John, city Clerk: .
We wish her I .
a speedy and family of Jacksonville ,visited 10/18 3t 11/1 .
,
recovery.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris and : :

: and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls family last Saturday.Mrs. :8 Friday-Adult Choir Practice, KOTICE : I aI
p.m. In accordance
and daughter of Jacksonville, Mr. Cole Combs Jr. of of Section with the provisions I
Sander Sunday-church School 2JOS9. Florida Statutes.
and Mrs. J. C.< Higginbotham and son was a dinner guest of Mr. a.m. 9:45 The Board of Public Instruction of I : FLORIDA ci nk ; I
; Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Bradford
family of ;: County, Florida hereby .
Lawtey and
Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest WeDhausen Youth Fellowship. 6 p.m.; Evening serves notice that an election will t -.. 27 SAMS ,
be held November M MftOMA MtBOMtt CMt 1
5. 1957 for the
cat StarkeM
Worship Service. 7:30
pjn. purpose of voting (or 31 strict Trustees ,-' :. c' ;

PORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH Thursday-Junior" Choir Practice and district tax levy for the .. .;...." .: -: t i
t ensuing biennium.
.. 3:30 pjn. i -; '._,". ,- i"t-. .,, J
10/11 ,4t 11/1 >:" '/I _
EST. 1679FLOMDA'S : i"
l 1 .
THit : i.DEST'w l NEW. IB The Coaaty Jmtgtfm. Cwt,' IB : ;
PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOIISLY ,* ,Tk* county, imtge'm Crt IB And For' Bradford Couty. Flo*. turn NODAl _sit.sut.UI COWOW'.o. -
; *.
UNDER ;THE: SAME. MAITHCAO. U.. Probate. IN RE: Estate of Franklin C. Hol a .
I. INt RE: The Estate of MABLE L. lingsworth. deceased. I
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTE8KJ AS SECOND CLASS SASSE. Deceased. ,NOTICE OF SALE'
:
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER NOTICE TO OBEDITOR8 Pursuant
to an Odrer
THE ACT OP MARCH *. .*,.. You. and each of you, are here. County Judge of Bradford of County the,

by notified and required to file any r Florida, the 'undersigned,, u -Ad

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'FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1957., .....- .. ., . .'.h ,. .; ._ ..._ .-=- = :__', -BKADFOBD. .. .' COtJNTTT. .... LEORAPn.STARKE- -v, FLORIDA.. : PAGE THKEH. >
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tfTTTYTYTYTYTrYYYTTYTYTTLAVTEY Young, of' Lakeland, Mrs.' C. Y. and son';Mr. and Mrs.Drew, Red- ducted. 'church services. at the I parents:Mr. and Mrs.:IL-C. Har- ing the',weekend Troy Bennett as Deacons of the I I I m. Rev. E. D. Boyer of Tampa,

Mayo of Tampa, Mr.: .a 1d Mrs. dish and sons, Mr. and Mrs. home, of'Mrs. Senie Prevatt ''on Mr. and. airs R- J. Cornwalland First Baptist Church 'will be i i i a former pastor of the church.

\/ Frazier Oliver of 'Fort Myers, Lawrence Dinkins, Clifton Sunday' afternoon. I'! py.The. L. :P., Rafuse family and family b1.r.J. clsbn"ttlC'and; held Sunday, Oct. 27, at 2:30 p.(i i will bring the message. i

Mr.and Mrs. Jack Wainwrightand Brown, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and j-Mrs. ,Mattie Carter and family : Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Barratt ?iof
r son of Alma Ga., Mr. and Will Torode. Rev and Mrs J. 'E. I were dinner guests of Mrs.: Alma State'' Farm the weak-
the spent
By Mrs Joyce T. Fetch family were Sunday dinner .....
Mrs. Seeber Doyle Andrews and herwood 'and family, Mr. Gold- I I guests of the Morris Johns family Dyal in Starke on Sunday, and end with Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wil- >- It
LLLLLLLLLLALALLLLLLLLLi1 daughter of Wildwood, Mr. and wire and sons, Mr. and Mrs. in Jacksonville. I visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rat- kerson and Miss Gloria Anderson.

Methodist Homecoming Mrs. George Roberta and son and Bobby Morris, Lonnie Harley, ,liff in Graham that afternoon. Landon Griffis of Jacksonville CONFIDENTIALLY.
Ann Adkins of Gainesville, :Miss Rev. and Mrs. Don Kokomoorand Mr. and Mrs. James Padgettof .
Friend of Mrs. Ed
It was a wonderful sight indeed Jacksonville Jlayho visited his parents, :Mr. and Mrs.
Rebecca Modelmog, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert spent Sunday
family i once :la'resident of
to y.ra.sJ Lawteybut
see old friends greeting Levin Griffis, on Sunday.
with Mrs Katie and .the
i Alice Langford, of Lake Butler, Newcomb, Mrs. Lance and Miss Padgett
each is now in New
other around a lengthy Wilkerson living smy- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hart of
i Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bloeker! and Harry family.
Lance
Barbara Mr. and Mrs.
table bountifully laden with de- rna, 'will 'regret to learn that Jacksonville were weekend .
i 1 sons, Mrs. Will Edwards, Mra Merrill Struth and family, :Mr. Mrs. Doris Danson and family,
licious food prepared by the she.was'hit by'a car. and is iq guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Quincy
j I Rudolph R. Thede, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. Hilendahl. Mr. and Charles Rigdon and George ,
many good cooks of Lawtey: after the hospital in. New Symrna.Mr. Rosier. Mrs. Hart was 1IisrShir-
'' David Moore, Mr. and. Mrs. ,Howard Mr.. and Mrs. L. H. Futch, John Mosley and sons spent Sundayin '
hearing good singing and a and 'Mrs. Ernie Russll of ley Rosier before her recent mar IT'S YOURS!
Miner rind sons Mr. and.'Mrs.. Arthur:.Torode,.and A. Q. Smith, Daytona with, 'Mr. aid ,Mrs.
wonderful sermon delivered 4by ? hrlloraceeoxt Tampa,,.came to be with the 01. .. riage.
: i d s .DinkinsV i i. MisiDorothy Jr. and and Mr.
Rev. H. C. Harden, who is' Adel : ; (" Ross, an of Starke, McCauley family lie .,,< i. .'
: uper- < Pick family. last weekend. to
Mri! Jack The nowell Prevail family
district. Fl'eddy''Dinkins. )lr and Mrs. Bates and daugbi and Mrs Martin Lee. McCauley.
intendent of this : I Briggs, :J.Irs. E. C.Adams, Mrs. i I ter, Rev. and Mrs. G. T. Tonlpfcins Mr. and Airs J. D. Davis::and help ,their: 'granddaughter, Helen were in Lake Butler on Sundayfor

Among those greeting :. old Jack Brassell and) family, airs, ,,.of State Farm, Mr. and family W Jacksonville '-, spent I Pick celebrate ber birthday annfversary'on a visit with Mr. and Mrs. LOANS UP TO .600
friends here Sunday were Mrs. .
Mattie Miley, Mnt-'Raymond', : Slimily Ernest Southerland.Miss .
;'Mrs., 'g. C. Harley, and the Jim. Sunday with the Vernie.. Pad ,
_
H. Hazard of NiJ.: '' '
whose r ; V "
Rahwayj ltoberts ;-00 liams, Dr. and Mrs." Earj 'l\\ -!rnie; Caskins family, of Heilbronn. getts.* .' ; r late husband was}li.} a; 'former and family, W., D. pifrdy, .q; : Mosley', -ar4 (/,''J" r'if-'n? the! of Mr. and Mrs Eugene Aus-
pastor of the ,chiircliMissCatherine { ; Mr. and :Mrs. Gad Griffis of .. .
,; Schwartz/Iand.'Miss; : : 4 < '1 j
Mrs. Bettie Mr.: and Mrs. Jack Pons and dent Norman tin of Highland, was married to
( ''a i'former withv ... .
Starke hits
Young ; '
; ; spent Sunday -
: ; '''' '
Jackie Harley all of Jackson- m?'! Norman
of Tallahassee the
family spent Nathan Mr. and
'Mosley of
son
teacher in, the Jr.ijHigh; $cnool i and 'Mrs. Leonard Prevatt and LOCAL FINANCE CO.
ville, Rev. and Mts. C. B. North : and graldJaug-htcr
? weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Marcia' Spon- iI | Mrs. Brooks Mosley of Middle
here, and' her mother, Mrs, .
.
I family. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. hO..7 .
Rev. North was a 1'1' nwil'
"
High Springs Mr. and Mrs. Pons I .
Reddish .
"
J attended -
burg, on Friday evening in ', I '!I! 410.. --:-. .I'JJ' .
!'t: { former? pastor! f"1, ,.tble ,;chulFhr: ; the Mississippi-Florida Scroggins of Starke visited the :. rl' .;2rt. err': C.:-F. -Thompsonof'opalTspent f Georgia. #:!-" : Yo Ia. 'I't!
Prevatts .
MrsJ'Mamie 'Oliver'of" on Saturday.Mr.
Baldwin,
Football in 'Gainesville
game on the weekend"with
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clarke and
r I Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and Mrs. Saturday.Mr. and MITt Mann Griff the R. C. -Bryants. 111 NORTH WALNUT ST. PHONES 580 & 581
daughters visited Mrs. L. S:
*\ Effie Mae Green and family of and Mrs. Henry Tanner spent the weekend in Lake Wales Mr. *> ,
I and Mrs. Ralph Smart and Clarke and Mr. and :Mrs. Perry
)tr. and Mrs. O. J. with Mr. and Grif.
Middleburg and family of Jacksonville were :Mrs. Marcus
r91 f I: Boyette of Valdosta, Mr. and here on a visit with the Dave fis. Their children stayed with daughters B. Cannon and and Mr.son and of .Jackson-Mrs. C. Xewsome Ordination in Services Starke on Sunday; ;;/Folks{ Find Us Friendly"

I Mis. Paul Dinkina of St. Augustine Tanners on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Griffis at Rai- ville visited the > t1
Mrs. Bynum Perkins ford until their return. Col. Norsworthys Services for the ordaining of
I Mrs Carrie Gasque, Mrs. La- and Mrs
Mattie
LIQUID OR TABLETS Hampton, Miss Mary Ann Motes, ura Johnson and Mrs. Leon The E. C. Leavett family has Henderson dur Fred Moore,. Arthur Pearce and :- -----..--,:-

DOES MORE TO STOP t of the University of Florida, Mr. Fletcher of Broxton, Ga. visitedL. moved from the Pete Wainwright 1- III -
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i i and Mrs. Frank Wells and rental house to the J. B. ". -., ..
COLDS MSWES! BECAUSE C. Gasque on Thursday and I & I I $ >,t II.
t IT HAS MORE IOU ( daughter. Leesburg, Mr. and Friday. I Bradley house.

Y \ CAN RELY ON 666 I Mrs. Lonnie Roberts, St. Ceorge. Mrs. Mary Reddish had asguests Mr. and Mrs. Tip Courson!' returned 1 r

, Ga., Mr and Mrs. Vernon Silcox during the week Mrs.. Lu to their home in Jacksonville ;s. 1659-1957 / 1r'

Norman of Heilbronn and Mrs. on Thursday after an extended -

That's Our Business Eve Godwin of Starke.Mr. visit with the Robert

j. i", i and Mra Donald Bennett i Waldron. family. > '1
If It's Glass' We' Have: Itlr! TitUsville: are visiting Mr.: and I Mrs: Foy Jordan of Gainesville l fIlA

CALL WHITE or VISIT Mrs. Troy Bennett. I ; who is saleslady fOr Mel- f

Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs,.. mac Products demonstrated her ... -" ., .. ... ..
.
Joe Peters' Glass ,Co. Joyce Futch attended the As- wares at the home of Mr: and I. \i) \'

;;sociationkl Hymn Sing at Kings- : Mm. 'L. C: King on Friday ev'ening. :

FOR ANY CLASS: NEEDWe 'ey Lake afternoon.Mrs. Baptist. Church on Sun- l Mrs..' She Sidney was Williamson accompanied? of Gain-by Jane Parker Delicious

Design Modern\ Store Fronts lay 'esville. Mrs. King assisted i .
by
Emma Privett, L. J. and
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Mrs. Campbell served delicious '
'Celly Deal., and Henry Lee Privett t'STRAWBERRY or BLUEBERRY
Table Tops 'Jacksonville were week .refreshments! to their guests.Fonzo \ . .. ..

1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 end' guests of the Melson Pri- I Prevatt had the misfortune :
rett to fall from a car and

Mr.family.and Mrs. Jim Starting of got badly hurt last Thursday.Mr. .

-: :Macclenny: and Mrs.spent Josie Sunday Starling withMr and Thomas. and announce Mrs. Clarence the arrival William ofa :1:1I PIES :


ro c-'zzHi J I I daughter.Mr.. and. Mrs. Simeon Phillipsand ford Oct.son County 21., Donald The Hospital William paternal on at Monday grand-Brad- t=} : 49c

,0 baby and Miss Debbie.'Phil .
WILLNEVER. it parents are Mr. and Mrs. DixonW. -. t
ROOF lips of Maxville visited the 0.1 I 98thANIvERsARY
Thomas, and the maternal .. .
J. Phillips family on Saturday.Mrs. t
grandfather is Jerry Witcher. Jf
L DO Margaret Kelly is visiting -
Mr. and Mra Preston Green
her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
have ,sold their business to Mr.
,01r. YOU MUST Thelma KeUy .in Gainesville.Mrs. : ,
-
: ': and Mrs. H. G. Staton and ,son; .
: Leon {pier and daughenljhave -
;.. a= a EJaul fo.rm.erly of Flagler Beach. I
t; ct :j.REPAIR .u i1 ''IE. J |:returnedto Jacksonville .The Statons are ,living n.tht'. Super-Right Fancy --I

OR. ELSE.n' :Mr.!after and a visit Mrs. with Bennett her Wilkerson.Mr. parents., : former Rosc e.Strickland house.

and Mrs. Arlje. Dobbs, and Mr. and Mrs. Green plan! 'to THIN SLICED! BACON 1 poundSmoked R g S9F
take a much needed vacation be-
!? IifYi.; Mr. an-d'Mrs.Bill":: Dobbs* and ,
I
., ,
ughter J spent?Stmdayi -'tf&fc'\ ; (Qreipettling'elsewhereltt; :? <, t
Misses Gloria and Betty Craw-
sonville with the Casey Dobbs
'. ford of Jacksonville were .wee -
family.
nd guests of their parents, Mr.
Friends of Mr. and :Mrs. Lonnie and. Mrs. Jack Crawford. ..j'fl1cy pound

... '4 !"E a- s Sipe gBi11LDER death rleyrwtlretoaearn of\Mrs.tHarley's father of the,:1 and carried visited them the home Erwin on Muse Sunday-family. NICE LEAN SLAB BACON 39c

Rev. J. V. Robinson, In Mechari- I .
'
ARKEBUILDERS SrRvfS iceburg, Ohio,; last .,,:eek: Rev.Robinson' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins i. of i Jane Parker 1 Lb.: 3 Lb 5 Lb.
was a former pastor'ofthe
St. Mr. and Mrs.

0 -' SUPPLIES 'Mr.Methodist)'and Mrs-PRi-Church- W., Mosleyand Horace Augustine Cox, Miss Adel Dinkina, pKEIP p $|.65 $$1,85

;: ,,. family had as weekend and ,Freddy spent Dinkins the weekend, of Jacksonville with- I FRUIT! .

Ij guests Mrs. John A Hughey and 1\Ir.aOO Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. ; .

granddaughter\ Jackie Hughey, The Home Demonstration Club
of' Orlando. .
met at the home of Mrs. :P. L.
Mr. and Mm. Griffis ANN PURE
George PAGE
Dinkins on Wednesday. Miss FRUJJ'

_: __- _: _- _--- weekend and daughter guests of of New Mr.River and were Mrs Dorothy Rom of Starke demon- F,
,
strated whole wheat rolls at this I
I A&8 NtySSCED I
t ,' Roy Griffis and Gerald. Mr. and STRAWBERRY PRESERVES E
Mrs. J. E. Wall and family of time.Mrs.. L. S. Tanner and Misa

iifl Starke. and visited Mrs.them L. C.on King Sunday.Mr. and. .I Gwen be with-Mrs.Tanner Bill'were Zack in Daytona last week to Pound Jar I 2 "- 11 lb cans 21C I

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family, and Mr and Mrs. F. S. while Mr. Zack was in the hos

Campbell were visiting Mr. and pital. ., t

EREODH0NI ciOUllU Mrs. Sidney Williamson in Gain- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of
I esville on' Sunday ; Jacksonville were Wednesday Round White ANN PAGE' BLENDEDPOTATOES ,

Mrs.. C.. K. Kight and snn guests of the L. S. Tanner family.Mr. .

were Sunday guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Russell Tison SYRUP
Mrs. Ben Jones in Fernandina. and' Mrs: 'John Griffis of Jack- 50 Ib kg $1.50 or 3cb.

Little Miss Cathy Hamilton sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. 24 bottle
I
oz
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerspn and -daughters 43c
J Norman' Hamilton of Gainesvillecame
on Sunday'
1 + : Fancy Cortland
s for' her first visit'with her :Miss Jackie Harley of Jackson-

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. *H. ville spent the 'weekend with'her'

1 H.DON'T Hamilton FORGET on Wednesday.HALLOWEEN 1 APPLES cook'{ or eating 2 Ibs .15c Jane Parker Golden '


CARNIVAL!! Prepare to ,. I POUND CAKE
Mark lit. Mahogany finUh come early and stay late for we
** shown (mapU or light ...r \ 4N :;
? ; ; will begin the activities at 5:30p. : White Tasty
1 rift oak avgilablt) Model i 1pound
SHf3. i: m. on Saturday Oct. 26, on 25cGMPERUIT .
$00000
'* the grounds of the LawteyJun-: for
4 2Sc
ior High School. There' will be a .

RCAVlCTOR choice of chicken pilau or fish. i _
f< for the supper. A&P's Finest Super-Right
1 Dottie Pringle of Satsuma Fresh

HIGH FIDELITY "VICTROLA"1' SPEEDS.. spent Sunday with Elaine and w CORNED BEEF

x Provision for Stereophonic Sound B RADIO Maxine and ReddingMr Mrs Andrew Wilkerison ROASTED PEANUTS 1 11b N 1 cc ..

4-Sptoker Panoramic Sound .. .-.y and family were in Jacksonville 12 oz can 37cj
Push-Pull On-Off Volume _
Control vS on Sunday for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs Wesley .WiIketson
Master Control Panel With i
Magic Ray Lighting and family.Mr NON FOOD ITEMS Cashmere Regular Bars Detergent
.
and Mrs. Ed Durban had -
"Magic-Eye" Tuning ASK Texize, giant 45c
as weekend guests Mrs and Mrs Bouquet, 2 bars 19c

Hear 'the newer' enjofion in Sound 'today/ !; EtCA ftOd.mari for rop and O. J. Boyette Valdosta, 'and CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Landers Detergent.
-w record pial' Mrs. f- Cashmere Bath Bars
.Williams
Mr. and Raymond J
'I : I.tibol1t -
Vk, of Jacksonville.Mr. l this question: Vacuum. Bottle, qt $1.45 2 bars Breeze, giant 79c
Bouquet 27c
,
and Mrs. Jack Estes were

a were shopping in Gainesville last "The hurricane season is. here Carton, of 4 ..' I'1 Detergent Datergent. .
*
TV Saturday and were* luncheon I again. The past few Sail, regular 23c
ServiceAH years Fruit Glasses 29c Vel -
guests of JJr. and Mrs. H. S. reg size 39c
Burdette. it, seems hurricanes have been ._ For .Cooking-and Salad

Angela Smith of Starke is 'more frequent- and moue Viol Chrome 1 Piece Detergent t Mazola Oil, qt. 60c

visiting her cousin, Carol I Fay ent. .IVj feel better it 1 cere Cannister Set $3.15 Vel Liquid! giant sz 69c. Shortening
Bradley. ipsurecf to full 'repla me-nf : ,
-
Work Guaranteed Free: Estimates Miss 'Elizabeth' Tatum of Uni- value, rather than the:, epre- Gold Edge Cleanser >. a t j Jewel, 3 lb can 79cOccasional
versity of Florida was the Sun- '
Fully Equipped .: Dependable t day guest of her parents, "Mr.: dated value: Is thiS; possible Dishes. ea 23c A-Jax, reg., 2 for 29c PiU-JMiry

All Makes and Models and, Cecil Mrs 1rcKinney.T. W. Tatum.of Jacksonville I ?" a Ladies' l'ui>elta I t'fgent., .Flou,5 lb bag 53c

spent from Friday until Sunday Camp>rll's!] Of.

SHEPHERD'S RADIO' & TV with Mr.Donald and Mrs.Thomas.Howard Normanand Charley K Johflsj Sunglasses 1 69 c'Ad giant size 72cDetergent Be Noodle, 2 for ..35fiimp <

.rJ I' Ewnru '1
family attended a birthday .1 'f mutest was mAnu...tINCt us jelTs.
IXMAN D. GREEN, Owner dinner for Bobby Anderson at Fab, regular size 31c
Tomato for
3
his home in Raiford on Sunday. & Son.Agency I 35c
r r .
TV Radio ._
Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone They visited Mr. and Mrs.f r Carlos Detergent, i r -
Rosier in ,the, afternoon. 1 I Campbell'sVegetarian
239 '
Starke, Fla. a+r IiiGrAnAMK 'IfACIfK TU
CpANT .Rinso Blue 79c
Rev. George Chism o'the Phone 13 Starke, FU. giant. 2 for 29c
,iI I It
Highland Baptist Churchcon-:
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l'iJ:; OUU ; 'ISltADFOKU COUNTr; .. TELEGltAl.. l'll,+'STARKE, FLORIDA rRID\Y. QCTC.Blr1L 25, 1937.I ; .
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I I tI Starke Garden Club Oliver Underhills Hospital Auxiliary f Capacity Crowd 1 Girl Is Charged Election Slated

III To Participate In Celebrate Golden Votes New ProjectThe Attends HomecomingOf With ProstitutionA By Farm BureauElection


I Conservation MeetingMembers Wedding Anniversary Fall general meeting of Kingsley Church prostitution charge was plac- of officers for the

the Bradford County Hospital ed last week against Clair Tim- Farm Bureau will be held at the
and guests of the
Auxiliary was held Wednesdayof The Kingsley Lake Baptist mons, 19-year-old girl who recent- joint meeting of the Farm Bureau -
Starke Garden Club will
join Church held its annual Home-
ly completed a 30-day sentence for and Cattlemen's Association
1.. last week at the Woman'sClub
other clubs from the at
area coming on Sunday, Oct. 2.0 and v&grancy. Friday night in the Lion's Den.
O'Leno next Oct. with the president, Mrs. S.
Gladys Mooty Camp Tuesday, smashed another Sunday School
.'.'.'LI. ... .....'_ .... .___ "'11 .._r__:. 29, for the District V Conservation E. Simmons, presiding.It record with an attendance of 121. The girl last week was also the It is also expected that T. K.
subject of competency proceeding,
was announced that the McClane, executive secretary of
Conference.The The church auditorium was but the two doctors who examined the Florida
Halloween DanceA Pamela Lawson Weds Coca-Cola machine at the hospital I Farm Bureau, will be
theme
of the conferencewill r
t filled to capacity for the morning I her reported that she on hand to address the meeting.
Green Cove Man be "Conservation in Action last year's project, had 'could not be classified in-
Halloween dance will be held -The been ''paid off. The membershp services. and there was not as an A supper will be served at 7
Romance of Living" and .
Saturday evening, Oct. 26. at _-....,.. 'A, ._ __ featured will votetffto undertake the purchaseof enough room for all who attendedthe competent.The p.m. to start the meeting and the
8 o'clock in the American Legion speakers include Associational hymn sing in girl was arrested by Starke program will include a discussion
a 16 mm movie projector, '
Edward Timmons, education of- conduct
the afternoon. police on a disorderly
Hall St. Edwards' Altar
given by about the Farm Bureau state
ficer of the Florida Game and with sound equipment for the after found with a
Society of the Catholic church. doctors Rev. H. H. Mott, pastor of the charge being meeting to be held next month in
Fresh Water Fish Commission as a new project. youth in a vacant house. She had
There will be costume prizes. ; + church said: "1 'e greatly appre- Jacksonville
,. A. G. yyy'x Pins were presented 'to four been few
McCullers, Florida Board ; out of jail only a daysat :
The public i is cordially: touted and the
everyone. Keep up good
members who had donated 100
of Forestry; David B. Lee, director 3f the time.Scout ,
1 r2
to attend. to work and perhaps by our next
of the Bureau of Sanitary hours of time at the hospital last Hayride

: Engineering of the State ,. year. Receiving this award were Homecoming, God being willing, DriveThe
> Board
Beta Sigma Phi e of Health: and Carlos Maxwell, i Mrs Owen Vaughn, Mrs; Harry we,will be.greatly'advanced with The Bradford. High School Glee

__ superintendent of O'Leno State o- 3 Rabb Mrs. W. L. Blair and Mrs date. the help given us by each annual Boy Scout Driveis Club will hold a hayride next
our building All visitors
The Beta Sigma Phi sorority Park. i 'r R. J. Davis. { program. our now teing conducted by the 'Thursday night, Oct. 31, going to
tea of the day we were happy to I
Ritual of Jewels dinner will be "This is an open meeting to After the meeting was have and wel. Starke Rotary Club with Jack I Crystal Lake. Those planning to
you you are kindly I
r ?yy served by the Hospitality Com- Trawick as chairman. The goal
which
held OcL 23, we invite others to come are asked to
Monday evening, JLl come at all time participate meet at
and share with mitee Chairman, Mrs. E. L. Matthews is $400 tp help carry on the I I
at 7:30 o'clock at the Garden us a day of the Music Room at 6:30:
and members of her com- Scout in this area. p.m. nALVAREZ'
pleasure filled with facts and in- Mr. and Mrs. Oliver L. Underhill program
Restaurant. Reservations must I Ir mittee with Mrs Gladys Weldon
formation regarding today's living of Heilbronn --- ---
Springs cele-
be made with Airs. J. D. Warren in Florida member of the board of directors THE; RIGHT POINT for the I
brated
plus forward their
a golden wedding an-
pouring. At this time a way you write. Come in and select "- Men'a ClothingI
by Oct. 26. look of what ,we can do and niversary on Sunday Oct. 13, at I STORE
should do with our birthday cake was presented to your favorite ESTERBROOK Established 1894
present resources a family gathering at noon and Ii
R. E. Edmondson, administratorof
," Mrs. Robert L. Fairing, open house that afternoon.Mr. Fountain Pen: TELEGRAPH
the
State conservation chairman, Underhill and the former hospital. .
,
said. Ruby Morgan were married in ,

R"re Wp. 1101 or&fr{dmrt Registration will be at 9:15: a. Bradford County on Oct. 13, Two YoungstersFete II
.Mw1-' liAti
c I :Miss Pamela Faye Lawson, m. and the program will beginat 1907.The BirthdaysDavid }

C tt..lp", {* *of Bund I daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. :Mar- 9:30 and adjourn at 2:15: p. party was held on the .
;.c Mebssaoesosdytsabled: m. Those attending are asked to lawn of the Underhill home Wainwright .celebrated I
vin L. Lawson of Starke, became I II
.... : ..... fill... bring their own lunch. where the lace covered buffet his third birthday on Wednesday 0
,.Lk.tb BilM cwt her the bride of Guy Harris Dyal, table was centered with a beau- afternoon when his mother Mrs.J. rA I .

1----0dIIIdI son of the late :Mr. and Mrs. Junior G.A.'s MeetThe tiful three-tiered wedding cake R. Wainwright gave, a partyfor I

Ralph R. Dyal, Sr. of Green Cove iced in gold. him inviting 25 of his little .-t 1
.
/ The Under
/ iJl'a seven childrenand friends. i
Springs on Oct. 17 in Folkston, Junior G. A.'s of the First '
r '
f ) their families attending were Miss Kate Struth assisted in I'
Church
Baptist met Monday afternoon
0"lUe Ga.Mr at the church with 11 Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Underhill, supervising games played in the : ...
and Mrs. Robert R Dyal, Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Underhill The
members yard. youngsters were given
and their counselor
,
Jr. of Green Cove Springs attended and son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard favors and balloons and enjoyedice ;
Mrs. J. I
E. Hardy present: The
.. -urA the couple. meeting was called to order by A. Underhill and daughter Mr cream and birthday cake. WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF
The former Miss Lawson at- and Mrs. O. F. Underhill and -
J" ....IIf"... I Is.rl tended BHS, class of '54, and at- the vice president, Phyllis Darby, family, Mr. and Mrs. B. Z. Freeman ; Little Donna Tilley had a

....,....,....... r rI tended Bessie Tift College. Sheis and the Prayer Chairman, Len- and daughter Mr. and Mrs. party for 12 friends last Satur-

I now employed at the U. S. P. ora Torch, led in prayer.A Colley Underhill and family and ,day afternoon when she celebrated Kerosene or Heating OilDURING

& F. O. office at Camp Blanding.Mr. new member, Bobbie Sue Mrs. O. A. Weaver and family. her fifth anniversary.

NAME IN GOLDIMPRINTED Dyal graduated from Clay Barksdale, was accepted into Among the out-of-town guests The party was held at the Bill

High School in 1949 and served the auxiliary. The Forward Step attending the open house were Tilley home in Saratoga Heightsand

FREE with the armed forces from 1953 chairman, Janice Vickers, led Mrs. Fay Brown of Palmetto, games with prizes were enjoyed THE 1957.58 WINTER SEASON

to 1955. He is employed at Zellner the members in giving the G. A. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Supernaultand in the yard. Ice cream,

BULLINGTONStudio Lincoln Mercury Corp. in Green Watchword, Star Ideals, Aid and daughter of Orlando Mrs, candy and birthday cake were YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLYAND
Allegiance. New manuals were served.
Izona
Cove Springs.Mr. Bradley of Miami, Mrs.

and Mrs. Dyal are residing given to members and plans Faye McQuaig and son of Jack
and Gift Shop at 219-A Pringle Circle Mag- made to begin the Forward Step sonville Beach }Irs. Fronie Club Will Hear FILLED AS NEEDED

hone>> 265 Starke, Fla nolia Sprngs Apartments! memory work.Program Harris, Mr. and Mrs, Vic Lour-' Talk On Plants

Green_. fov_ ._ Snrine'B.... u _. chairman Mary Lou- cey and family.. Mr.. and Mrs. CALL US
ise, Haines reminded; everyone,t Ito Jake. Sheppard. and Mr. and Mrs. Members of the Starke Gar: TO-DAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION

be present at the'next meeting, Bud Pringle and daughter of den Club will hear a speaker on

VISIT Monday Oct. 28, and know their Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mra house plants at their October.

I parts. The meeting was :dismis- : Robert Sasser and son of GreenCove meeting, Monday evening: at 4'I JEROME JOHNS OIL CO.

sed and refreshments served. Springs.. :30p'clock,in.. the Parish-House .

THE MIGHTY PAGE I t I on ,Church street. : .
? YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS JOBBER
66 66
I Discuss PlansThe New, River Association Following the Jecturea, quest- _

COMBINED SHOWSON WMS Installs ion .and answer period ,on house 1 Phone 12 743'South Walnut St. ,
Starke BPW club met Officers'Newofflcer.i plants! will be:)1el :.A variety of

Thursday evening of last weekat house plants, will be..on display. .
'THE MIDWAY AT THE .' .. .
or 1 the ,
:: the, home of Miss ;'Madge; ; New River .. Hostesses for:. the ,everingwille ''f .::;. -: '

Middleton' with Mrs. Pearl'Colson Ssoci ii n''Bap'tist WMS, were be> : Mrs: T.-tJ. AldermanMrs: : I.. S&H .Green:'Stamps .Nsoltiv t Phillips .66 Stations-
installed at the annual rally ; ,, ; _
BRADFORD COUNTYFAIR as co-hostess. E. Clark:, Mra Wayne Haynes, ...
Miss Florence Jennings, pres- held at Raiford Baptist Church ifrs ''1'. "B,' Harding',and Mrs.. >O.
,
ident,. conducted the meeting last. Friday., L. Beasley. '' r. .. : '
Mrs. Roy Chasteen of Keystone -
when plans were discussed for
Heights served aa Installing
the Junior' Women
district meeting to be held
officer and the
followingwere
Nov. 17 in Starke. inducted into office. :Members of the Junior Wo
SEASON
CLOSE-OUT of ALUMINUM FURNITURE
President, Mrs. Emma Lamareaux men's Club are asked to meet'at

of Gadara Church; Vice the home of Mrs: J. D: Warren,

ONE FULL WEEK Short A truck Cuts. .drk'er.24. to Health yean old I Madison President Street Mrs..'.H.Baptist A. Law ChurcSecretaryTreasurer &an h;, 321 Subdivision N. Myrtle, next Ave.TUesday'even, Pinehaven"' Shop Us For Values-- Now Is The Time To Buy !!

Mrs. L. L ins' to sew doll clothes for the

OCT. 28 THRU NOV. 2 was unloading:: a crate from a Dyal, Brooker; Youth Leader. doll booth at the PTA Hal- CHAISE LOUNGES GLIDERS STACK CHAIRS -

truck. A severe pain struck Mrs. Don Hill, Hampton. Cp m- lowe'en carnival. ,

in the lower part of the back mitees: Mission Study Mrs. S.

which forced him to walk in a E. Sparks, Madison Street: Com 1Lklf&

15 Thrilling Rides --- 15 stooped position.A munity Missions, Mrs. Martha Get the MOST for your _
Thomas, Gadara; Stewardship,

10 Entertaining Side Shows .- 10 him bedfast previous for attack a week.had kept Un- Mrs. James Griffin, First Dollar! Compare andyou'll 1(1141( .1 f '
Starke Chair-
Church : Prayer
50 ... Fun Booths -. 50 der Chiropractic care the con- man, Mrs. F. B. Beard, Staike see why

dition was corrected in 3 calls First: Children's Home, Mrs. A.

75 Attractions Featuring and the man lost no time from C. Ellis, Bayless Highway; H

work. Training School l. Mrs. O. F. Sei-

;?THE NEW ORLEANS STRUTTERS" Chiropractic .is also very effective mer Sr. Kingsley Lake.Mr. @) .-f) .

\ In the of colds, sinus ,'- &,
Rock and Roll Minstrel care .
e 19581Y <;!!I
and flu. Removal of nerve -..
;a
pressure along the spinal nerves :;"" BEST i'i'
-1dJnh i ik
permits each organ of the ,---
FUN FOR YOUNG AND OLD body to function normally thus .i l.
,
increasing the vitality and resistance { T%"
EVERYONE INVITED
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to disease 'n
I } -.,' .
Bring your health problems ;
!'t\,! 1 \'
to the and Mrs. Robert Schneider ) :jj1'"

of Starke, announce the birth Best in TV Pictures-with exclusive

Dr. H. G. Bollinger of a son, Stephen Edward on SUNSHINE Picture
NOTICEPECAN

I Consultation CHIROPRACTIC without OFFICES obligation Oct. 17, In Doctor's Hospital.Mr. Tube Best h! Performance -with New 7 Piece Sofa Bed Group. 7.Piece Living Room


728 E. University -Gainesville and Mrs. John C. Ritch of Super HORIZONTAL Chassis. 2 Step Tables 2 Table Lamps GROUPS
the Army Air Force Base, San
Best n Service
GROWERS Phone 6-3238 Dependability 1 Club Chair 1 Sofa Bed
426 X. Walnut Starke Antonio, Texas announce the .chassis with hand crafted not
1 Cocktail Table 2 Piece Foam Rubber Room
I Phone 108 birth of a son'John C.. Ritch Jr. printed circuitry for ease in Living
on Oct. 22. The paternal grand servicing if required. Suites 1 Cocktail Table 2 Table

parents are Mr. and :Mrs. Hamil- Regular.I $220.00 Value I Lamps


'- WANTEQ .. PECANS I GAS TOONS J great ton Mrs.Ritch J.grandparents H.of Ritch Gainesville of are Starke.:Mr.and and the Sale Price -- $149.95 Regular $258.00 Value


-By- Y With Trade Sale

ANY QUANTITY RECEIVED GIB BROWN nounces Bradford the County following Hospital births:an- s MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM. Price $189.95

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Parrish oMaxville. I III _nllll ; SPECIAL FACTORY PURCHASE

a daughter, OcL 17.
NOTE: REMINGTON; PORTABLE MAKES THIS POSSIBLE
i CATTERIES nlr Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Birt of

-, There Is short crop of Pecans this (13 MONTH Starke a daughter. ; Sherry Marlene TYPEWRITERS84.50 --* *-.-><(-..- ..-. III. .I. ??.,

year,.so don't be high-pressured out I -4 Oct. 18.: up .
: Mr. and Mrs. James Benson of See Our
of them Talk with us about our :r $1.00 PER WEEK I
WcL Jennings
Waldo a son, Mikel '
DSP program before you sell. Those Oct. 18. Small! Down Payment <' BLANKET AND QUAKER

who used this service last year received : I Mr. and Mrs. ,Herschel Wheel '
.,.,_.. I .' -, 1"111' "
the ,highest price for their 'Jill\ er of Starke aaDn, Donald .'L : HEATER VALUES

crop. :Ask us about it. / Steven,. Oct. IS.: 'it"*,.* SOLID FOAM. !CUSHION.' ,, ..
ff**+j ".yj-ff-f\f\ i rfmf+m .. ....._
Jolr. and :Mrs. Clarence Thomasof
-Jim Chasteen. "On the other band, we expect A W'n;: ; K*.-ConK>lc Tel.Vfsion ivel.R'ocker'Chair "
,MOct.
Lawtey a,- o 21. 21* Overall Diagonal SAMSONITE LUGGAGE
you to be SPORTING and pay Mr. and Mrs. William Owen of Measure 262 square Inches of.

US extra if it does last longer"We Starke ,arson, Robert Earl, Oct. Rectangular Picture Area. Ingrained $99.95 Value LANE CEDAR CHESTS
Mahogany color. grained
BROKE CHASTEENYOUR 2L Blond Oak or grained Walnut SALE PRICE
$59.95 Rest
stock a complete line of color... Beauty Mattresses
+ ,Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Akridge :

GUARANTEED of Keystone Heights, a Edgar t' ., ,
son- I" II.., ,..,,,
RECEIVER OF PECANS ACCESSORIES. Oct. 22. ,' WINKLER

hurst 'of Starke a son. Oct. 2L

FOR GOLD KIST PECAN GROWERS Mr.. and Mrs. Jimmy, White- DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
GIB BROWNSERVICE I

316 E. Brownlee St.- Starke STATION THE. RIGHT<<; POINT for the Electric Service 434-446 W. CALL ST. FREE' DELIVERY PLENTY PARKING ,


Highest Cash Prices Paid Standard Oil Products lect way you'our.'orite write: Come ESTERBROOK In and.se* Phone 166 -s Starke, Fla USE OUR BUDGET PLAN '
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407 N. Temple Ave., a* 224 N.'Temple Ave. ,
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FRIDAY ocre.BEl: 23, 19';;. .BRADFORD COILNTYITELEGRAPHSTARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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=Jl Mrs. J. 101, Vickers and chil- John F. Burton of Cleveland J Fred's Cafe Sold 1530,South Pennsylvania.Juniper Street, Philadelphia

dren spent the weekend in Folk- Ohio and his sister, Mrs. Alice You are hereby notified that a

i stan Ga. with her parents, Mr. Anderson of Starke, attended the Fred's Cafe on North Temple suit for divorce, custody and
support of minor child,
Ottafi I and Mrs. A. G. Gowen. funeral of their aunt, Mrs.. C. avenue has been purchased by baa been filed against you tc the
)[r. and Mrs. George Bolden Burton, in Orlando on Tuesday,Jacob and Sarah Kurtz from Mr. above named Court and cause and
and required to a
are serve
I and daughter of Jacksonvillewere of last week I:and Mrs. Fred Ackerman with then copy you of your answer or pleading to I
Sunday visitors. of Mr. and Miss Lu Green of Brenau College w oWners planning to take over he romnlalr on the Plaintiffs!

IH THE NEWS Mrs. X. M. Smith to celebratethe Gainesville, Ga. was home the bp ration on Nov. 1. Attorney Florida Title Alan Building C. Winter, ,Jacksonville Jr., J19-

1S birthday anniversaries of for the weekend. She was accom- Remodeling projects being plan- :2.: Florida.
.. .. Barry Smith, who was nine back to school her ned by Mr. and Mrs. Kurtz include and file tne original in the office of .I
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- -- -- -- - the Clerk of the Circuit Court .in or with insurance policies?
old, and Mr. Smith's 'birthday mother, Mrs. Lex Green, who renovation of the rear dining bE'forethE' :25: day of Nov. 1957! ; Why "plaster your home
Mrs Nate Dyal, Miss: Madge Mrs. Rudolph Sink Mrs. Guy 'which fell on Monday.1IN room and the establishment otherwise the allegations of said home-proteclion package
spent two days in Athens Ga. Complaint will be taken as confessed Look into our new 1-policy. 1-premigm
Middleton and Mrs. Pearl Colson Andrews and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell -drive-in service.
FREE ONE DEARBOUN visiting relatives. by you. is protection not the
attended the State Board Plan- attended the annual meeting of -1rr' : and Mrs. Kurtz came to This notice shall ue published one<< The big thing about home insurance
GAS HEATER-CALL 121 FOR Mrs. E. E. Tanner has been We can provide you with fire,
week of carry.
each for four consecutive number policies you
ning meeting of the BPW club the Suwannee Presbyterial Starke/'from Portsmouth, Va. Mr.
DETAILS. added to the clerking staff at weeks In the Bradford County Tlle- theft and liability insurance all in one policy with cue
at Daytona Beach on Sunday i Ocala on Thursday. Kurtz, is a retired Navy chief. graph. much 20* or get more protection i
Doctors as
Hospital. ,You save as
premium. may
Mrs. H. W. Moyer of Jackson- Dated this 19 day of October
,Rev. W. S. McAliley attendedthe S-Sgt. Arthur Winkler is home ville spent a few days last week Mr. and Mrs E. R. Lewis and 1957. than separate policies give or both. Call us for details.
Suwannee Presbytery at on ten day leave from Tyndell Fighting Charge (OFFICIAL SEAL)
with Mr. and Mrs F. W. Strick- family were Sunday. 'dinner Charles A. Darby
Montgomery Conference Groundson Air Force Base, Panama City. i of Mr. and F. CJerh ..f the ffr.'nlt; 'nnrt
guests Mrs. B.
land. The Stricklands also had
Tuesday. Miss Martha Ann Winkler x- I Grimes in Waldo. Charges of lighting and disturb- By Marian I* Crosby. Deputy Clerk HAROLD C. WALL\ AGENCY
as a Sunday visitor Mrs. O. W ing the peace were placed againsttwo Id/25:! U 11/15
Enjoy: the all-m-w 1958: :Motorola ray and laboratory technician, is Cramp of Jacksonville.Mrs. Sammy Retort of; Dade City Negroes this week as the result -

Hi Ft (Consul! Phonograph now employed3at the Mary J, J. Holland of Hampton, spent the weekend with Mr. and of a Saturday night fracas in "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" i
fur in home in Palatka.Mr. \OTICE TO IIOG OW\EItS _
Lawson
seven dtyr our oun Hospital '
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Mra.
Va. Is hep home with her H. E. Bradley and family.
Reno.
making ALL PERSONS: who claim to have Phone 14GAMAZING
absolutely! FREE ('.:&11 Hulllngton's :- and Mrs. Paul Raymondand brother and sister-in-law Mr Mrs. Ollie Bradley Is visiting hogs ranging: on the CAMP BLAXD- 200 E. Call Street .
phone 2C5. for reservations: Placed under $25 bonds on the 1X0 V1LITAUY RESERVATION Night: Call Harry Rbb, 530-J
will
Mrs M. II. Lang spendthe relatives and
and Mrs. Carl Roberts, and will friends in Leesburg, charges were Johnel McCray and will remove said hogs prior to 15
now. (tf) weekend in Waycross, Ga. work at Roberta' Jewelry store Dade City and Lakeland for a Lillie Mae Hood. Sheriff P. D. November 1957. All hogs within Starke, Florida
Mrs John W. Griffin of Ochlo- Mrs. Moore Mrs. Harold Norman has returned month. I Reddish said the limits of CAMP BLANDXG! after -
I with Mr. and Jerry that McCray received the above date have been declared
cknee, Ga. is vi ting her parents and family. home after spending the WIN A FREF. ALL EXPENSE slight knife wounds in the in- WILD GAME by the FLOP- -
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IDA JAMB AND FRKSH: WATER
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stumpfor I I View-master Reels and Viewersat summer in Pittsburgh Pa., Balti- VACATION ON MIAMI BEACH cident.TO FISH COMMISSION: subject to
I Md. and Greensboro N. C I being killed as such in accordance
more, -CALL SLADE GAS FOR DE .
two weeks. -
00)
( '
Ruliington's.! with Game Commission Regulations '''
Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss! TAILS. AVHOM IT MIV COVCKUVt Claimants will obtain passes at VALUE! \ P ,
Kate Struth had as weekend and I will not be responsible for any .the main gate to CAMP P.LAXDIXO
Rep. MrfMarvin
Rowellof
debts made by an'oneothf'r than to enter upon' the Reservation for l'_
guest Mrs Leah S. Bauknightof Stewart were weekend guestsof myself Curtis T. tiriffis! lip the purpose of rounding up and removing "--.
I II III Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs their hogs. No permissioncan s ;
:Mr and
Mrs. P. D. Fancher,
NOTICE TO APPEAR be issued by the ArmoryPoan Q
WANTED \V W. Page and daughter, Kim .
MILLION POUNDS Sr. I Circuit Court. Bradford Ceaaty for hunting hogs subsequent to 15 24 PIECE t
of Lake Floridan" .
City on Wednesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins Cbnnrrry. November, 1957.ARMORY '
Rebeooa '
Pelle Mallard Plaintiff, BOARD
and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez I
and daughters of Pelham Ga vs. Elton Raymond Mallard I>e- STATE OF FLORIDABy
I are presenting a musical program the weekend fendant. : RALPH W. COOPER, JR.
spent with their
each night this week at I Case Xo. 12-422 Colonel. CE, FNd
aunt, Mrs.'J. R. Kite. tiotte To Appear State Quartermaster
the Peniel Baptist Church in Pa- Mrs. Inman Green and Mrs. W. mo Kltrni; Raymond )Mallard, Recorder, Armory Board.
Whose ROOM GROUP
PECANS I 1 latka. Next week they will sing G. Stringfellow of the. State residence and address is: I 1t LIVING

at the Hollister Baptist Churchin -
.
Farm were visiting Mrs. George !I .
II Holliater. Manama and family in Green
I !See: the new Bell & Howell
Cove Springs last Saturday.Mrs. II Includes
I Electric Eye 1lo'ieCamE'rath,. A. H. Harley Sr. was $100 CASH 95
Camera that makes perfect mIPS \'- .
automatically.Bullington's called to Mechanicsburg, Ohio 1-SOFA, BED
last Friday by the death of her
Studio & Gift Shop. (tf)
father, Rev. J. B. Robinson.Mr. 6 9 1P. F. ROCKER
Mr. and Mrs. James Petersonand
and Mrs. R. L. Prescottof
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES family were Sunday dinner Tullahoma Tenn. were visit- ABSOLUTELY FREETO 1TV CHAIR-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold -
Kite of South Jacksonville.Mrs. ing Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gill at 2-Table Lamps

C. S. McCornack and Camp Blanding last week. LOCAL CUSTOMERS: ONLY I
WIN FREE ONE HARDWICKGAS End Tables
No Too brother Paul Raue, of Chicago. RANGE CALL SLADE AT DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE 2-Step
Quantity Large '
Ill., who are guests of Mrs. Car-
GAS FOR DETAILS.Mrs. :' -' _.!' fLhfl 1-Cocktail Table
rie Ward few
are spending a
H. B. McLendon and Mrs. December 24th ... 2:00: P.M.
I. days in South Florida. with'
Fred Bazemore and
Bud Garner and Riley Sweat daughter,
or Small/ II made a business trip to Dallas, Miss Betty Ann Bazemore, of Many Other Valuable Prizes See Us For Details 4 Plates
Orlando were Mr. and .
visitnfg
Texas from Thursday to :MondayMr.
and Mrs. George McDanie' Mrs. Charles Meister over the 4 Cups

SEE US BEFORE SELLING of Tallahassee were weekend weekend coming festivities and attended at the of Home- 4 Saucers
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row- U. F. 10 DAY SPECIAL!
Mrs. George Kaufmann and
land.WIN daughter, Janet, of Starke PIECES 24 4 Cocktail I
FREE ONE DEARBORNGAS and 24 -
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pekie of Polish and Wax
HEATER-CALL 121 FOR I Job 7.50 I. Glasses
DILLARD KEENE DETAILS.Mr. daya at Pompano Beach; last I ..
I week. .
I
'. I and Mrs Herbert Ritch o' I e

:. -" I Starke, Mrs, ,H.- M. Richarde of Mrs. Emma Wilkerson and Lifetime Guarantee Mufflers
i : PHONE 488 : children have j II I I.
the State Farm, and Mr. and rented the home -- ,
I lv* Mrs. Hamilton Ritch of Gaines it 625 Grand and Brownlee Sts. I Installed FREE! --
,
III .121 Temple Avenue ville attended'the funeral Wednesday Mrs. Wilkerson is employed in 11111I ::111111 I .

Gainesville.Air. ,
Starke Florida afternoon of L. B, Ritch _.. 123 lEast PHONE i
i ii in Barlow. dnd .airs. w. r. jacKson 80Starke
I. and Ocala Call
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crew family were in oji, Sun-

11111 i ., .......- ,;... .j IIIII! I 1: nd daughter, Carolyn, visited day Jackson visiting and-Mr.'and Mrs. W., M. DODD: SUNOCO SERVICE Street Fla.

Irs., Melvin Harben at Jacksonville family and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert .. .,. rrrror++ srsass
; Beach on Sunday. Bewley. i 'Ir.-\ : -'
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+ Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmar WIN FREE ONE HARDWICK 452 N. Temple Ave. Phone 314
GAS( RANGE CALL SLIDE
r eturned Monday after spending

THEATRE five' months at_ Asheville N. C GAS FOR DETAILS. .

1 4r STARKE Snroute home 'they 'visited in Jimmy Hazen of Fort Jack- .__w

:,.;t, Highlands, .N.. C. and Atlanta, son, S. C. was homefor the
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weekend with his, Mr.
: parents
*r l Il SAT., OCT. 26,-,ONLY TUES, WED. OCT. 29, 30 Ga.Mr.. and' Mrs. Dewey Warror and Mrs,, V. V. Hazen. MONEY AT SHEPHERD'S FALL

and sons of Statesboro. Ga Mrs. Winifred Wimberly was .:::) tSAVE

spent the weekend with Mr. and pleasantly surprised on her 86th

Mrs. J. .S. Sapp and family.Mrs. ] birthday Thursday afternoon urr 'if'

IIU cAN Alfred G. Grunwell and when members of her 'Circle t1P ; 'I:') ft

WTtAWSlOlttnON lI Mrs. Edward McCann of Black Three of the Methodist Church / '.b

Mountain, N. C. called on her and presented her .
were ,
.- overnight :
'IL' HlAlllltl ;:;:: ,I
I tosuuKOtY ,'.tl,i, .. ,p?. guests Tuesday of Mrs. A. Z vith a bed jacket from thesroup. s ,_ ;"/,;; ,
x.
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I l Adkins while enroute to thei' A birthday cake and.cof .,

AND winter home at Fort Myers. fee were served.

THE NEW Mrs. George Anderson and Mr Mrs. A. Wood celebrated her (J : -

INGRID BERGMAN \ WWUH DCMflHD HOIT MHOSKJKYia.fABLUIiSIM and Mrs. Garl Mathews spent 0th birthday on Wednesday.Mr. >* rr4 WAS

Sunday in Gainesville. and 'Mrs. H. C. Wimberly 28995 189.95

.. .,.r PICTURE I!.I 1N[l0a T14n GEt>RS 111E 1Nf lOnuEtt wtOSi WIN FREE ONE PERFECTION .f Eagle Lake spent the weekend 12 FT. RCA REFRIGERATOR

GAS HOT WATER HEAT- with Mrs. Nelson Green and

i YttItM6Q0u.itawuncneh. ER. CALL SLADE FOR DE Mrs. Winifred Wimberly.Mrs. .
WAS NOW
TAILS Shirley Wisner, a chil-
Plus "Goldilocks and Threellears99 A2C Floyd R Crosby Jr. anf Iren's worker of Child Evangelism r. RCA CLOTHES DRYER 229.95 169'.95
Cartoon and "I'll BeDoggoned"
A2C Ernest Branen of Shaw Ai Inc. of Pacific, Palisades, ;

: x\ Special Force, S. C. spent the weekend Calif., -is spending ten .days with

l I ,n with Mr. and Mrs. Crosby, Sr Dr and Mrs H. G. Bollinger.' LEWYT

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE and attended the Homecoming WIN FREE ONE ,PERFEC- VACUUM CLEANERS RCA AUTOMATIC I

festivities TION GAS HOT WATER HEAT .
J at U. of F.
I Thursday and Friday, Glenn ER.: CALL SLADE FOR DE-
Dewey Kite, .
of Mr
WARNER BROS WJCNI Oct. 31 Nov. 1 son TAILS. : \ ''WERE 89.95 .1 WASHIN.GCHEST

f INGRID BERGMAN and Jacksonville Mrs. Harold, was Kite the of weekend South : 16-FT. RCA NOW gg.95GO .


; MEL FERRER guest of Jerry Ritch, son of Mr Brooker Carnival MACHINE
and Mrs. Carl Ritch.
j JEAN MARAIS r> Slated SaturdayThe
Mr. and :Mrs. Barney McRae
I /its Was 259.95
I and :Mrs. Al
.JEAN RENOIR'SPARIS Harley are! spend-
annual Halloween Carnival .,
Inc this week with Mr., and Mrs FREEZER .
,
sponsored by the Brooker f .xq h'k tif.
t I McRae, Jr. in Miami.
DOBSSTRANGE ;/; PTA, will be held Saturday, Oct. NOW
n Mrs. P.
E. Stone and :Miss 26. Was 449.95
199.95I
THINGS past: Mamie Anderson of Archer: spent
Festivities will begin with a
1TECHNICOLOR the
58&4isw wef"kendith Mrs E. M I
,w SnwoW w 0-..b/UlllII.r.o.a Davis. parade in the afternoon, starting I
1t the civic center. This will be NOW 279.95 (1 SCOTT-AT1 ATER I
Plus "Cat Tamale" Cartoon, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were followed by the carnival featur-
and Chapter No. 8 Serial visiting Mrs. J. R Hardee at I
ing Country Store, Fish Pond
e e Fernandina Beach on Sunday.Mr. OUTBOARD
Novelty Booth and other attractions -
SUN., MON. OCT. 27, 28 and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and BIGORELLI P-R-I-C-E-S

.... ..... ....._ .,._ family and Mr. and Mrs. Bra
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"" '':...:'...,>., -" -' .- ,... ,t-. I Locke of Jacksonville and Mr A chicken pilau supper will be MOTORS

BIG' BOUNCY j[ i'I' ..1 THE YOUNG and Mrs. Charlie Parker of Co- served starting at at the 6 o'clock.Farmers. Market AUTOMATIC OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN- t! 1! I

AND 'VBEAUTIFY roa spent the weekend with : 7Yz I HP -Was 269.00
J
DON'CR -
I r' -f' .i tarry, L. S. Hutto and family and Heilbronn Custom Made .

/ A COLUW5-: PICTURE attended Homecoming festivitiesat House .SEWING"

ft ; U. of F. To Grou i I NOW 209.95
i IUM K*t UCMM.IS\'f"IOtAIItISS:* Burns
With wonderful" imJlMVWJlFiw bk.MOiVIUl.MMIANrD Anne Matthews was the weekend :

t, "'f._(. Cole including Porter songs I guest of Jane Guy in Gainesville : The -home of R. L. Onions in MACHINE SEAT COVERS

i < and attended the U. of F." Heilbronn-was destroyed fire in
1 ( "The Ritz Roll t ti '
and .Rock'l 'I TODAY'S"err LOsr GENERATION! Homecoming festivities. the early, morning last-.:Friday.; Was 319.50 10 HP .Was 349.00

r61 rp3 n { i Mrs. Hubert L. Brooker of I The flames were discovered by
).-, U ART!II\JR\ tiff PKOOUC1UM Blackshear, Ga. spent the week. Clemons' mother who lives 'across

); !if-JRED AT.i* end with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. the road from the. burned house, NOW 209.95 21.95 AND UP NOW .279.95Shepherd's

i t Hinv. i cut the building was too far_ gone

\ ( CYOCNARISSEISilk \ Mrs. I. E. Clark was in Staole- for. any thing to be don ,ta. ,

: ton, Ala. last week visiting her No one was in the.house at the -

Stockings ,! parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ma- time of the fire Clemons and his t \

G ) ]] hathy.Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith have family there are several living in weeks Tampa ago., .moving The-
:L:1: : NO TIME
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moved to the Hartman apartments fire was discovered between oneand Radio & TV
Mut-
until their home on the two o'clock jri the morning.

iny" Cartoon .," .. TO BE Edwards loon is finished. Another house in the same general -
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WIN A FREF. ALL EXPENSEVACATION section burned to the ground

LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! ROBERT MV.IUA.I VAUCNN tfttmr YOUNG ON MIAMI BEACH about three weeks ago. This INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
A CALL SLADE GAS FOR DE- house on the Brownlee Road was
Starting Saturday "FREE LIPASSES" TAILS. owned J. W. Buck Alvarez, TELEVISION RADIO SEAT UPHOLSTERY
will be in Pop Corn. by ( ) COVERS\; -

Now LOOK 0)1); before Plus "By Leaps and Hounds"Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huttoe Starke policeman, and was lived PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.

l' throwing the bag down. and family of Miami were week in by his father. .'- f .___ r -. .
end guests of.Mr. and.Mrs. Doyle Both fires were believed la Have 5t .
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X>AGE BIX > .. ,- t I BRADFORD> OOTIJJTTELEGRAPH' 8TABK.'E1'L01IDJK-. -- .' FRIDAY OCTOBER 25, 1957.TT .
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n ? -they approach certain. and'! -timed-1* which'when finished with* a coat, realise''by; the end pf"January, according to Scoutmaster! Myron Margaret Tracy have returned I phant,'. ifrsl: 'B. '-N.+ "Sunderland;

death, t11 '-result 6f Iatomic/>rar- ot lacqulr give ''theeffect of ceramic jeetfre W! December and -January" Pr@utt: 1CAP from 'a 'trip' 16 Pittsburgh, Pa)food Mrs. Carl Carnes and Mrs.L. .

IKEYSTONE S HIGHLIGHTS j fare. Co3tainwriter ot the' "511- work. Work was 'started on Mil r be "Every Scoot "is-I.
wooden also. The "sack iting. On their return to Gene Williams and Corbett Ter
vet Chalice" has a new book. trays Class Scout" This they hope 'to Patrol members were selling '
"Below the- Salt.; which dips in- lunch" brought by' members) was Fmory at ,Oxf fd., Pat Ryan 1st candy through the com unity to 'I I they: continued their holiday rell; publicity Mrs. George
Dy Sirs. J. Russell Young I I Schaeffer shooting gallery, Lmdsej
; to English history for: Back- supplemented the hostess Class Seoul, also is attending raise some extra funds neededto .i with a trip to St. Petersburg and ; -

&&&&& &&&&& &. ... ..... .....&&.&&.&IUTAU II j ground. Both these new .,books with.coffee..There were 15'mem- school in St. Petersburg." cover a plane.. The candy was! points in south Florida. I preparations Walker and for the C. booths E. Mitctiell, Don;
available at the ''Woman'sClub hers presents :Several. Keystone In' the The A. F. Crosbys enjoyed a
I are : reorganization of the good and we wish the boys well ,
A Nice Town We I I bid for mowing of the city Iota, Fangborn; cold drinks Ted Ogies-
Libra r" While"one reader Heights members attended the Troop'TGary Chance the new in their undertaking to "earn" visit from their son Judge H. B.I
Could Make It Nicer to be completed by Nov. 16, according by; coffee. Clay Electric; 'hot
Keystone Heights is a nice 1 to Council notes from says of the first _book; "You-can't: meeting of. Clay County Boardof Senior Patrol Leader. Scribe for and learn...' Crosby' of Pensacola, and son''I cgs, Lions Club; hamburgers
i put it down!" another says of the Home Demonstration. Clubs; I the Troop is Billie Carnes Quart- Keynotes Joh Crosby and family of Jacksonville Mrs
about it Club registration
place to live-no doubt : the last meeting. Rotary ;
second "You can put' it down which met on Tuesday, Oct: 22, ermaster' is Tommy Thompson last weekend. .
-people in other towns think we Returning from a delightfultrip Don Christoffers.Let's
CHURCH NEWS take it What I at the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. I
are fortunate to live in this and up again. County Extension Office There are .two Patrols, the which included Williamsrure: Jeffersonof get out'' the costumes and
beautiful section with its lakes. United Church Women have you read lately? :'Library in Green Cove Springs. Gators with Bubba Moody.Patrol and a glimpse of Queen Elizabethand Jacksonville were guests of masks and join in the fun Oct

You and I are concerned about The Area Meeting of the hours: Monday and Friday.; '2-4;; Troop 105 Reorganizes Leader., (Members are Toney a' visit to the Jamestown Mr. and Mrs. Seth Kennedy. last I'.SI, starting at 5 p.m.
United Church Women in this Wednesday 7-9 p. m. Four "new recruits have' been Braulti:sBiflie Carnes, Lamar week. '
and do Festival, Yorktown and the his-
our town. Let's note section will be held in Gainesville Home Hill I, Alex Time For The Carnival ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
Demonstration
j Club ; Livingston, Ernie '
something about the following added to Troop 105. They are toric sites in Washington, D. C-
at the Methodist Much I CHURCH 1
university Parker..Patrol Leader for the excitement is in the air
Mrs. E. L. Southwell's home Mrs. :John Miss
and
Proclamation: I Church on Nov 9, beginning at Eric Redfern. Toney Brault,, Her- Apaches. Bobby Redfearn. Thornquist !Ias preparations are being made Sunday Services-9:45: am. 1'1
i was the rrene of the Home De- Ruth Ohlson 'are at home Ii'
, WHEREAS many towns have 9:30: a.m. Mrs. A. N Tissot of 'monstration bert Nelson Jr., and Lamar Hill Members are. Butch Fox, Bob again. for the big annual Halloween Car Church School; 11:00: a.m:, Morning -

\ found it expedient to designatea Gainesville is the Chairman for Tuesday, Oct.Club's 15 from meeting 10 a. m.on At the beginning the. school Jackson,',Tommy :Jones, Eric 'from They are Mrs..now Thelma enjoying Webster a visit and nival,given each year by'the PTA. Prayer and Sermon. .
period for the general cleaning this area. Mrs. Tissot was the year the troop was faced 'with Redfearn Tommy r !The Carnival will feature a parade) Holy Communion-First Sunday
to 3 Thompson.Mike '
This
p. m. was a workshop her mother; :Mrs. Pennytacker,
and beautificaton of all proper- speaker last week for a gathering and the loss of two Eagle Scouts and i ;.Walrath, .Herbert Nelson, I with prizes for the'best costumes t I 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday
day under the who
I guidance ef are on their to their
way I
. ties within their corporate of church women of Keystone Mrs. one Life Scout, when Bob Morgan Jr.. food refreshments games, con- 7:20: a.m.
limits;' andWHEREAS Heights when she and two other Sue Glennan City County'Home '' Life Scout, left for Bolles "Grounds Clean Up" has been Miami home from St. Louis. tests and fun for everyone. Com:"' Wednesday.7:00: p.m., Choir
Demonstration / << Mrs. W. J.
'Agent. 1 Sipprelle' was and
the Government of speakers explained the purposeof Members Military Academy, and Bruce' Pre- the project of",the, Troop.* For visitor in a mittees appointed by Mayor M, L. Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany
learned to fashion vatt and Milton Starnes, both Keystone Heights on Beasley chairman, are; Bible Study.
the Town of Keystone Heightswill this organization. Since it is November they will repair find games
earrings from plaster of Paris Eagle Scouts Thursday. Mrs. Lindsey Walker and Other meetings and services by
left for Mrs.
N.
school
undertake to clean and hoped that we can form a Council at paint the Scout Cabin. The ob- Miss Gladys Tillis and Mrs. i
I I Watson Hardenbergh white ele! announcement.
beautify all Public Parks Build- of Church Women in Keystone _. ; i

ings, Streets, Recreational Areas I this will afford an opportunity ->; ,, .. ;. ---.. ; -;:
-:--
to r,e the organization at .
and other Property normally tinder I '
the care and maintenance of I work. All interested women in ffi

the said Town; and this area are cordially invited to '
attend Several Keystone<< Heights .
WHEREAS the effectivenessof ATTENTIONtt
such an undertaking can best women program.will. present :i: part of the ill

be assured by the cooperation of I rs .
Rummage Sale '

everyone NOW THEREFORE concerned. I, M. L.Boasley. The Community Church Wo- Y>' :, g. ; I II I

Mayor, in and for the ,,men, are snnnsorinz a Rummage
Sale on Friday and Sat., Oct.
Town of Keystone Heights, rlo'*
25-26. to he held in the Watson
hereby proclaim that the weekof ) 'i
next door to Tucker's Bradford
nuilrtingrt
N'O3 through Nov. 9. 1957 'County Farmers
Furniture Store. Clothing and
shall be designated as "Cl 14AN:
UP AND BEAUTIFICATION other articles will be sold for the

WEEK" and do hereby call up- I .benefit of the general fund of the ._ .
Church Women and for mis-
.
on all Residents Citizen Business t tk
",:ons projects. Mrs. Myron C.
Places, Civic Clubs, and
Others to join hands in making Prevatt is general Chairman of you \
he event. > ARE CORDIALLY ,prom ,
cur Town a more desirable placein Altar Society Flwts .'.L ,.,, .
which to live. 'i ,. 6 ;) : ?...' ': "" ... .,.. ., I f fy
(Signed) M. L. Beasley. Mayor. At their meeting on Wednesday ,ry,, ;. .d. : f:: -:"I13a< : :.,: .:: ,, .- ", ; :' \\1

Registration Books To Open Oct. 16. at the Catholic Hall *, "c-i. :... ." ; TO ATTEND } .:,"'.. ,
The' Town Registration Book the Altar Society elected the r
In accordance with following new officers: Mrs. ;
provisions of : i
the Town Charter and Town Or- James Donnelly, President: Mrs. a ( ;.,
dinance H. L. Sutton. Vice President; STARKE \
No.2. Section 7, has y; THE
been open since Friday oct 11. Mrs. Everett Fox, Secretary- 3c ROTARY CLUB'SANNUAL
Treasurer. The new officers were .
1957 and will remain open until 0 : 4 -
I ,and including Saturday Nov. 9. installed by Mrs. Emery Cooper,
1957. a Past President of the organ- 1 .
ization. In the business
session
Persons desiring to register
, plans were completed for the :+
may apply at the Town Hall on
Card Party held in the Catholic '"
'
Wednesdays between the hoursof : 1!
1:30 and 4:30 p. m., or Saturdays Hall on Wednesday Oct. 23. ,
Committee members for the
I between the hour' of P
event, headed by Mrs. Fox were
a. m. and 12 noon, between the
above dates. Mra Herbert Nelson, Mrs. Donnelley -
Registration may be
and Mrs. Sutton
made at times other than those WL-URBA
Men's Club To Meet
above :
noted by application to
the Town Clerk who may be Col. John McDowall will be 1I

reached on telephone at Keystone the speaker for the meeting of I
Heights 4195. I the Community Church Men's i !
"i '
Club when they meet on Monday .
Gulden Wedding AnniversaryThe .I
I Educational Building was I evening, Oct. 28, at 6:30: for their i ," ..: '" ,

the setting on Sunday evening I supper meeting. Col. McDow ll's '. I II:... I,,
for a delightful occasion when talk will bring highlights of his! I

friends In the community joined trip to the Holy Land. Men of j'isj-i;; FRY. ,

with the Edmund Dwyerfin the community are cordially invited t'T, ,' .,;:

celebration of their Fiftieth Wedding to attend. Reservations may -..... tii : !
Anniversary. be made with A. F. Crosby. -*.* .:> :
I ; + hryt 13 Z= i'
Plans are underway for a Pancake rl -
The assembly room was beau!
tifully decorated with ferns and supper in the near future.
palms and flowers from the Benefit! of the Youth Program, a '
garden \
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stein. oroject of the ..1len'fClub for :" :


The golds.golden refreshment with Yellow Shasta an tapers daisies arrangement table were and was mari lighted. centered of- of this pared<< the,year.and Mrs.Community The served John dinner by Karges.Church Circle will be Chair Three Women pre- :' {Z5 ; BRADFORD: COUTY J.ROUNDS; : : ':"



man. Don Pangborn is president .
The flowers were later pre

sented and small to)) Mrs.decorated Dwyer cakes Punch were of Woman's the group Club News! WEDNE&PAY& OCT. 30 12 NOON

served by the commitee from the Members of the Keystone

Women of the Community Church, Heights Woman's Club and visitors ,

Mrs. Sara McDonald. Mrs. John !) heard an interesting talk on ,

Karges, Mrs. J. A. Williams, Mrs. "Experiences in European Tra ,
Bert Christoffers. Sr. and Mrs vel1') when Mrs. Margaret Bou-

Wally Muhlhofer. telle of Gainesville gave a new

Receiving with Mr. .and Mrs slant to the usual "travelogues" n

Dwyer were their<< son and at the luncheon meeting on Tuesday .,, ..

daughter-in-law.<< Mr. and Mrs. Oct. 22.

Edmund Dwyer Jr. of East Bazaar And DinnerAn .

Hartford, Conn. and their daughter annual community affair 1 LIVESTOCK '
; Mrs. John Scott of New Brit anticipated by all is the Bazaar rand DEMONSTRATION ii; :' I

ain, Conn. Out of town guests Dinner held bv the Keystone! :
were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zaj- Heights Woman's Club. This year -

kcwski of Clearwater.A the event will fall on Nov. 16. :; : BY MR. GIFFORD RHODES .

musical program was presented Mrs A. F. Crosby is chairmanfor 'C s
rr
by Mrs. Albert Bachmannat the dinner and Mrs.=!! Emery f ;< ," ',. .
'
the piano, Mrs. J. Russell Cooper is the chairman for the ;:- ',.- ..; Livestock Specialist, State Marketing Board 'i'.l'r -- ''
Youn, violin and booths. Those in of individual .' .:
Axel Malm- 'charge : >- .::. : .. _
Af, :
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breD flute. Informal singing was booths are as follows:' < ;'. :. ., .. ,
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enjoyed later in the Crafts and Needlework, Mrs. :-.
evening.Rev. ,
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AND I
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orHE' R' .
J. Russell Young, the John Karges; Baked goods, Mrs,. .:<. ._-.". :. ,- ) I -'';. ._" __ \-t...; (4 + 1tc
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pastor gave a few word of good Herbert Nelson: "Surprise Pad C- : j I .. aJ- i
wishes to the Dw).<<.>rs, followed ages", Mrs. E. F. Aiken; While ;:tJ' : :: --

by some brief remarks about the Elephant Mrs. David A. Nelson i;; ,' FEATURES
: _\ Lll 1 Lll i nil :
meaning of "jubilee" or 50 year Plants and Flowers. Mrs. Me- ..... .. ilflLijiI j
celebrations. After the group Elrath; Christmas booth Mra -\ ,;..

formed a friendship circle and F. W. Schroeder. ..:::.. ,., '-..'.. .' ...'- ':' -. .. __
sang "Blest Be The Tie That Library News ;-I. : i. .+>r

Binds," Mr. Young pronouncedthe Still on top of the list for popularity ;...t". :: ,. .- _
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benediction. ia the gripping story bj "-. :. .
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Low Bid For City Mowing I Nevi Shute, "On the Beach", a ;-"- ':' :..-: '.- ,.-

Roy Tyre submitted the low story of people's reactions "81Adnrtltf. ; .j: ':" -
.

..esl ,'. ;- ., In celebration of its 20th, Anniversary. Service' Bradford, ,.., County; has. always been. noted_ for, its \r" .' ..'-,, i

; "' .' .' ,; to Starke and Bradford County the Starke fine agricultural 1 -
products "
I'm Joe Marsh and its "
\ From where sittlriL ..' 1.\\\ 't.. r. high: typeFarmers. ? : ,:: i

Rotary Rotary Club is this year expanding its : The j Rotary Club believes that, .b y. : '., 3 3 ;

'. r Annual Rural-Urban bay'to include ALL Farnv'meeling: together and discussing mutual prolp- ,


\r Even StephenSometimes F (. ers of Bradford,Coun Y.. The, p, rP'se'of Rural. lems and. getting ,to know each other; better. : .' .' '" z j i

/ Urban Day, is to show appreciation! of the ,Farmers '.. much+4 "*rtl *.r can* *be *accomplished! for the benefit t of all .. .:: t1'

,
fttn'-!s-STJnnd. rta- mint ctlm Tm- ttKTiT- 'people- '" -- of Bradford County and- the. important part. t .coDce e l. Lets ake this Rural-Urban Say .
l. ;*" ;, 1' '?.i. ,' .
sonable til you think them over can even fool themselves witha they play in our economy the biggest and ; is ; ., I
best ever held in : '
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bit It's what we used to eaB that kind of WnJkm'> That'a"smooth \ 1 .' ... ?. t .. our." area.. ,::x: + 2 '
talkin'* and come the way I see ft when I hear ': 4' ,:,,,, "

times a person can get caught talk about passu' a tail 'that : .e ,, } r '
vaudeville makes give

I remember an old me 1 :
"
I skit where one feller asked his of a glass of beer and (be i COME AND? BfllNG A NEIGHBOH" < "

friend for ten dollars. "I'd like other fello Jive up nothin. IT

to lend you ten but I've only got sounds a fitue bit like "heads ; .. <* i

five." "Well." said the first leII win taOs you lose!" I ... "I

low'OIII,can"you'owe give me me the the other five fife andy '\\ ;: .C\-: ,' THE CLUB OF .. s'
SW
ROTARY $ FIA.

that yon owe way ae I owe five you aDd we're five and all 1f'latJ..inea. : \ : :

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yy...............,.......... t....;., .. ......;....YY? ;. ...;;. TVTTTT;TTTw.. JWYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYWYY?I hunting hogs subsequent to Nov. Dated this: ;5 Jaj of Oct ber. 195; ?.
LONG BRIDGE -11 t Owners AskedTo .fr"&IU "A'l.10...,too" .. .'n ?
r NEWS OF 1 1b 15, 1057, Col Cooper' said. I'lfth ul tUr On'V'JM
INTEREST TO COLOREDCITIZENS .
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AND NEW RIVER HIGHLAND CLAY HILL \U .*' !I. C-sby S 1 >| 'ttt P.-

OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Move Hogs ta, ;jJ 4t 11/1

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1 MIL E.,A. Sapp i lly Mr*. Lacy Norma I sire .. L. Stricklanduu..A. <.. C.rroit C.Hrt. Ilr.dl..r41 C.u.r,. CAL FOR UII1S
Ozora J. Shell From Bland I Ptnl4r; lu .'li.n..ry. Sealed bids will he received by
,tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I II Nora J, Arnold, Plaintiff, William the City Council of the City of
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Starke Florida at the City 1Is.1in
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&&&&&&&&&.&&&.&&&&&&&&&..&&&A AaAa aaaaaaaaaaAaa Arnolu. lJef..n a\t. I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle i -- -- -- All who claim to have I I Staike. Florida, until 7:00 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Norman I Mr. and Mrs., Lonnie Padgett persons .. Case No. 12-412 P.M. Tuesday November/ S, 1957
on
Andrews of Wildwood visited Mr. and, children spent Saturday in : Boy Scouts 'Churco which Rev. Lee is Rev. H&ryeyLane, and the J. L. hogs ranging -on the Camp Notice: William T 'DDtarTo Arnold. SH :2nd! at which time and place all bids

and Mrs. Chester Andrews over Jacksonville with their children, The religious project of the also pastor is joining hands ,with I Strickland attended Homecoming Blanding military reservation are Class. Supply Department. U. S. S. received will be publicly) opened and
the weekend and enjoyed Gator .I Boy Scouta of Troop, 71, Starke Calvary to them I IMidway: CCA 41, Brem rton, Wash rtad aloud on the following:
help
the Charles Moselys and the Floy develop a a; Kingsley Lake Baptist Church notified to have them removed i ington. ..i UUlX One new 1957 or 1958 Tudor
Growl in Gainesville Friday Normans. is to visit a church in the Brad- choir. The mother.of the' church [last Sunday. prior to Nov. 15, 1957. I You are bereuy notified that a sun Sedan color black, eight cylinder -

night. Several from here attended. a ford County area each fourth attended the last choir rehearsal I. We,are ,having a Beige of flu According to legal notice in has for been divorce filed and, with with a a minimum minimum of of 200 114 H.P.inch

Mr. and :Mrs. Romle Johns of bridal shower for Rosie :Mae Sunday. On Sunday, Oct. 27.. the which was held at the church in this neighborhood. Among those this issue of The Telegraph all above named Court against and yon cause in and the wheel btse equipped with heavy
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Carl troop will visit with )It.. PisgahA. and enrolled in the adult education suffering, with this malady are you are required to serve a copy of duty brakes radiator fan and
Austin who was married to Nathan turn indicators with automatic
Wynn of starke and :Mrs. Fronie Mosely last Friday after- ,M. E,,,of ,Lincoln City. .Rev. music class just to help the Faye England and children and !.hogs within the limits of Camp I I your complaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the transmission. One four door

Moody visited Wesley Johns in Richardson pastor. The group ;church and just because she is Irene ,Padgett. Blanding after Nov. 15 will be !1 Gerald R. Hart. 301 Smith Uuild- Buick Sedan Model 195!. to be
noon in Folkston, Ga... They are ing traded with standard generatorand
Jacksonville
2, Florida,
Gainesville. Sunday afternoon. residing in a house of Richard will meet for Sunday School at interested in music and singing. Rev.;,Luther McGee, pastor of [declared Mid game by the Florida l and file the original 'in tire ufnct voltage regulator Not included
Miss,Geneveve Bardin of Jack- 9:30 a. Scoutmaster B., T. The next meeting''' and rehearsalwill .the Oak Grove Church, preachedfor Game & Fresh Water Fist : of the Clerk of the Circuit Court m Police Radio heavy-
Mosely here at Highland.Mr. or before the 11 day of November duty generator and alternator,
,
sonville and Canal Point was a ., and, Mrs. M. L. Thompsonof Marshall is asking all committeemen be at 'Calvary Baptist us last Saturday, and this Sat- i Commission, subject, to being 1957; otherwise the allegations 01 alien and top light. Buick can

guest of the E. A. Sapps last and troop members; to Church. Mrs. Carter Is presidentof urday we will have Rev. Prevattof : killed as such in accordance with said Complaint will be taken at be sen at Police Headquarters.The .
Jacksonville visited the Lacey confessed by you. saul! City reserves the rightto
weekend.Mrs. Normans Sunday afternoon.' cooperate so that this program the choir and group. All persons Lawtey. I Game Commission regulations.Col. I "his notice shall be publishes accept or reject any or all bids
Jessie Lee Lazenby and will be a success. The troop will interested In improving ir We understand that Annaree Ralph W. Cooper Jr., .once each week for four consecutive CITY OF TAP.KK. FUIR1DA
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee and: weeks In the Bradford County Tele By Carl Johns City CU-rk
Mrs. Gertrude Moore of Miami celebrate United Nations .Day your singing and music are asked State has graph. ll'li '
children of Callahan attended $Adkina (maiden name) was back Quartermaster, an- : 10;IS St
visited the Fonie Crews family on Thursday, Oct. 24. All scoutsare to join this music group > nounced that hog owners i _
may
I church here Sunday and were I i11. this part of the county again : -
last week. They also went to see i expected to participate in this which is a part of the Bradford obtain passes at the main gate I
of Mrs. Bill Pen- ,
dinner guests
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling of celebration. Membership drive County Adult Education Pro- Sunday and found everything so to Camp Blanding to enter the

High Springs. darvis. for new Scouts is still on. An gram. changed that she had to get some I I reservation for the purpose of I .
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Caruthers
Patronize Home Owned Bank
Friends of Mrs. Anne Schofield boys over .11, years are eligiblefor Ne- Bethel Baptist of the old-timers to tell her how rounding up and removing their your
of Jacksonville were recent
regret to learn of her illnesa ira of Mrs. Ruth Marr. membership. Join the Scout Women's Day will be observed to find the places she wanted to hogs. No permission can be issued -

Columbus, Ga. hospital. guests troop today. Charles Covington at New Bethel Baptist Church see. Time stands still for no one.. by the Armory Board for THE COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Mrs; Winnie Andrews enjoyed reporter. ]I I
a nice four-day visit last week At The Tabernacle I Bradford County )"'alrThis this Sunday, Oct. 27. Activities The Kingsley Lake Church really 6-

with her son-in-law and daughter is the last call for persons will begin with Sunday- School | ,had a wonderful Homecominglast I

Mrs. Shelby Turner in Jack- The Fundamental Gospel who wish to participate in at 9:30: a.m., followed by the Sunday. This Is one of the GAY'SHome OF STARKE

sonville. The Turners have a new Tabernacle services this week the exhibits for the Bradford Morning Service at 11. Featured oldest churches and cemeteries in

baby daughter born Oct. 10. Mrs have been unnder the direction of County ,,Fair.,, The general publicis speaker will be'Mrs. H. B.: Miller, this section. J. L. Strickland was AppliancesYour

Turner la the former Mary L. the Men of the Church assistedby invited to participate.; All State President of the Home reared a short distance from OWNED BY CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
of :Mr. and M. M. Brackman Jr., of the I where the church is located and
Friendly
Andrews, daughter schools,, of, the ,county will have Home Mission Progressive Assn., ,
School who
Clearwater Bible he remember
Mrs. Chester Andrews of New can attending services I
exhibits four areas: Arts and Green Cove Springs. At 3 m.
brought a timely message Friday p. in an .old log building where Norge DealerS M
River. there will be -' Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
crafts, home economics, industrial a round table. discussion Mrs. 3
"The Good
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sapp of evening on Shepherd, Shipman's house is now. Sun-
arts manual training, and on the topic, 'Which
Palatka announce the birth of a (John 15 and correlating pas- or day afternoon'we had Congressman NQRGE APPLIANCESMAYTAG
home improvement which will in- group 'does most injury, ,to the
Matthews
Paula Jo. on Oct. 7. sages). Mr. Brackman also con- Senator Charley .. .
daughter ducted the Saturday YFC meet- clude ,the adults and clubs of the social order-bad people or, stu Johns, and Rep. Sam Saunders S WASHERS -- ---
Mr. and Mrs., Wiggins
visitedr., and I Mrs.Floyd Troy An- ing. Rev, Walter Svoda, evangelist community such as .,the Hobby pid people?" ,led by Mrs. Ozora with'us, all three giving inspiring NO EXCHANGE CHARGED

of Asheville, N. C. broughtthe Clubs i and >,PTA groups of the Shell and, Mrs. Maurice ,White. talks on what it means to live in 0 COLEMAN.. HEATERS and ,,
drews in Morriston last Sunday.Mr.
Sunday morning message us- school. Prizes will .be awarded BTU groups will hold their meet-, a Christian home and to read our FLOOR FURNACES; TO CASH YOUR CHECK
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp attended -
ing John 8:36: as his text-"Ye to all entriea Principal Eddie ings at 6 p. m., and the all-day Bibles and have family worship in ..
Gator Growl Friday night
------
and the Homecoming in Shall Know the Truth and the Thompkins is general chairmanof program will close with the evening our homes. In Sammy's talk he We Service All Makes\ '

game this division of the fair for service at 7. Miss Anderson related that, his oldest brother, r" Of Appliances
Truth Shall Make You Free. --- ------
Gainesville Saturday afternoon. The Community State Bank of Starke is owned by
E. .
teacher in the Anderson Junior Saunders was at one time
#> The regular services will be conducted 1957. Let's make this the bijrees pastor '

during the coming week and best year ever for exhibits. High School, Will deliver the of the Kingsley Lake Church Phone'10 citizens of Bradford County Citizens who invest and

FOR DEPENDABLE and on Sunday morning, Oct. 27, All members of American Legior message at this closing service. r- in fact it was his first pastor- Starke, FIo

Rev. Syd L. Rees of Jacksonvillewill Post 314 and Auxiliary 314 will t ate. da'J spend their money in Starke and Bradford County.

be admitted free at time ..9.... ......yy.....
Termite Control be guest speaker. any

when they present their mem- ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING DRIVE-IN TELLER WINDOW

S Household ft Commercial I )t. Mark's Episcopal berrfiiD card for 1958 at the PINE LEVElRtv

I gate. Plan now to attend each EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT
Pert ControlS Her. Raymond C. MacBlata -Jght AND FREE PARKINGIn
Donald F. Kokomoor
Services at St Mark's Episcopal Sir Weeks Report Music By
Grove '
Spraying Church will be as follows: tAll t&.AA.&A a.a.AA.&A.&A.&A.A.A.AAThere Rear of BankWE
parents are asked to Inspect Big Chief Willis and His Little IndiansSAILORS'

Call FR. 6-60S5 Sunday: 9:45: a.ra. Church the report cards of the was a good attendance at

School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. children very carefully and make Sunday School and Church Serjvices i

Florida Pest Control] p.m.Y.. P. S. L. any comments they feel necessary last Sunday morning. Rev. SHACK BAR APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS
Wednesday: 7:3 p.m. Titan W. E.
where it says "Parent'scomments" Hall brought the messageend
& Chemical and Meditation 8 Choir MAMA MO'S
Co. PLACEKjn&stFy
; p.m. on the card. The. firs a wonderful blessing!. from
Practice. God happened. An old Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
evaluation period of the school gentleman
24 N. W. 16th
Ave.
:. Lake
11 a. m.: 3rd ,Sunday, 7:30 a. m year has passed and we need the 89 years of age was saved and ,- ..

GalneavWe, Florida Holy Communion: ,lat Sunday reaction ,from parents' that joined 'the church and was .-baptized .
.
waits everyone. needs''of 'at the evening service. ., tr ."t< .'_. ,
,, we can .better meet the! .1' ,f
-=-- I your children. We are sorry to hear of t* so many .#! ", .' :" .
1'j
_
t \merloan Essay! Contest. being (J1L Mrs. 0.. E.'Crosby of 71':' :. (" 'f .,:: .. :. :ii : ,;.+ ; y. .Sat
the State Farm and Mrs. Ernie "" -
FIRST RAPT T Junior High School Title: Osteen is confined to the.hospital_ 1f(6)' ,Iu


FLORIDA CHURCHSTARKE "Great but tries' sftould need American not be on be Pioneers.8'typewritten.'1-2 "x:En 11 i in Mrs.Starke Ophelia, and,many'Moore'others.;:and son, @I!@ !@f! @@$l

Buford, of., Brooker.vislte4 Mr.
oaper and not exceed 500 words. .
.
and Mrs. H.: H. Lewis Wednesday .
Senior. High Title: 'What. ,..A.... ..' y. INF. U
of .
REV. LEWIS D._ HAINES, Pastor A. -- last week -S. *. {A. Asa _
mericanism and_ Freedom 'Really
> We, are'.sorry to report the illness Newest editions of the
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mean. Entries must' be' typewritten of :Miss Patricia Alvarez,.who

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 on 8 1-2 x 11 paper and is confined with flu. --i
not exceed 500 words. Points of &lnl", Wheel" in trucks ti .! .".l
Judging will be as follows? 51' Misses Sandra Fay and Shirley
Siu-dsy! Sermons: il:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. cent for and Lewis and Miss Carolyn Fair,'all
T>er originality re- 0 3
; Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. lation: 30 per cent for clearness if Starke\' were dinner guests (lof ;
Miss Yvonne Conner last Sunday.

Midweek Service ,Wednesday, 7:30 PJK. and choice' emphasis of words: 20 correct per cent gram-for The H..M. McRaes spent last: : NEWHUSTLE'i '!'

week with their son-in-law and I
Rear the Sunday Morning Service: over WDVH a* mer, Including punctuation. First daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert : New Series 31 pickupI
prize will be $10. second prize.
Taylor, at Olustee.HEILBRONN.
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. $5. to winners in both Junior and

senior high school. The contest I I ......YT..............f., :'
will close during the first weekin I
NEW MUSCLE NEW
and March.Anderson All Junior students High in RJE are STYLE !



Madison Street t Baptist Church urged(,grades:: !to 7 to enter 12 are this eligible contest). By Mrs. Ancel Norman

The Americanism chairman of
&&&&.A..A.& .A.& ,
(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) the American Lesion Auxiliary
of Unit 314 is Mrs. Trudie Mae The home of R. L. Clemons was r

Good Singing Forceful Preaching Kelly, vice president of the unit completely destroyed by fire

and a very efficient worker. You Thursday night of last week. No .

; EACH LORD'S DAY may write her for more Information one was at home at the time, and
origin of the fire is .
unknown.Mr. << .
at Rte. 1 Box 227 0
M
and :Mrs. T. N. Norman and ;::
Sunday School _______________ 9:45 A.M. Starke. on, Gerald, recently visited Mr. : : : ti .. -<. -

Morning Worship .31:00 lll. Returns! Home ... and Mrs. *
-------------- Homer Stearns in Ta- ft
Mrs. Minnie Belle Wheeler has '
vares.
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recently returned to Starke aft- t '
Training Union __________________ 6:15 P. L er an extended stay in Seattle. Harvey Edwards of Jackson- i

Evening Worship ,_________-________ 7:30 PJV1. Washingon with her husband ville visited relatives here Wed- .

Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. who was! in the U. S. Army. Minnie nesday-of last week. '.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B White and
Belle is a graduate of Flor-
son, Lynn, :Mr. and Mrs. Ancel cwewe. we=
Visitor ida Normal Industrial Memorial ., mvNtr Y/?YI.7C'Y4'11!' Y4ri
Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial In- Norman and '
College St. .Augustine, and is a daughter, Carolyn
vitation To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church and Mrs. Florence Jonnson spent .(.I. i
Qualified teacher of elementary

Nursery for all services education. She has placed her Sunday in Folkston, Ga. with Mr. ,_ -......., ......-.." .... ...... ........... .... .. ,yy ,,4 _if
open Room for
all. and Mrs. Bobby White and chil
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certificate on file with the Brad
dren. af2t.rlr.3il"o
Mrs.. White surprised her G6b Naec.$ a pr.r..
ford County Board of Public In /

REV. JACK H. MABRY, JR., PastorP. struction. She has five children Mrs.two children Johnson and with her grandmother a birthday,

two are enrolled at RJE. We are i dinner. I
T. NOLIN, Supt. Sunday School
glad to have Mrs. Wheeler back New Series 100 heoryweigkl' Uauitt
Sympathy is extended to the
J with us. New Series SO medium-duty I.C.F. Model
family of R. U. Parmenter in their
e American Education Week
|recent bereavement.
During American Education

Week. Nov. 10-16, there will bea Chevrolet's Task-Force 58 New Light-Dut9Aaches: load distribution in specialized

broadcast of some of the activities THE RIGHT POINT for the rolls in with new broad- Offering high-capacity pickups uses. Compact, short-stroke V8's

HUNDREDSof of the Negro Schools in Ii vay yon write. Come In and select shouldered styling:, a revoluand panels,. plus Chevrolet's latare standard in all middleweight

Bradford County. .Manager Samuel tionary new V8 engine, newest, three new Step-Van Forward L.C.F. models.
Zack has granted free time your favorite ESTEBBBOOH
of details for this program In the interestof Step-Van delivery models Control models with 8', 10' and
are managed and economically
New
Spartans'
Fountain Heavy-Duty
Pen. TELEGRAPH complete with bodies and a 1
12' bodies
attended that American, Education. Supervisor .. Famous fuel-saving
only a trained and i wider choice of The big news in Series 90 and
>, careful organization can ttteud when Shell win be in charge of medlumdu"6'. S with increased horsepower are
the urgent the program and will make further haulers!They're here to speedup sta darel 1 00.is Chevrolet rugged new
need for serving' ia at GNANNPLUMBING n
hand. announcements later con schedules and whittle i 348-cu.-in. Workmaster V8. It

cerning this broadcast on radio 'CO. < i dom operating costs with New Medium-DutyVklllg$ packs 230 h.p., and its radical

station WRGR Starke. Watch -. new fast-working efficiency! Nine new; models have been new Wedge-Head design assures
this paper for the date and time. '
118 Court Street See them at Chevrolet added, all featuring a sew ha 6 to '
DeWiTT C. JONES Church News ;your peak efficiency even with regular

Phone 7 Mount, Moriah Methodist i Installation and Service dealer's right nowl rear-axle' dimension for better grade gasoline.

Starkt, FU. _ Of All Types
Church Rev. E. A. Stripling

Funeral Director ABbqloet Series castor, will hold annual TnlsteeDay Plumbing: & Heating- See them at your dealer's now I I

on Sunday. Captains: Jack:
Our local toMral born tn>Mta, Y to otter cottvuttauwerricM 1M Dependable
and
son. Dell. Kelly and Holland are Ex-

not ttiurwlMW aftl1ab1. expecting an members to do pert ServiceS
IllIlPN CHEVROLET
4 A II ." r II I 416 6664 their full duty, so that a round Economical Prices r KoF@l[ @m !

report will be made by each cap PHONE
tozutt 514-J
OM highest
tji* MriiM at tare slings, and tain. ,

aoMft ANT ttf* iaiuruee policy ia force, ktttd by ANT Calvary Baptist Church Rev. Night Can Collect Oafyfranchised Chevrolet dealer / Alt
.p .". M pjm xin: part .r u faD Ot i fowaLOtM George Lee pastpr, wm hold regular 2896 display famous trademark !

'lt f1on cantos ao tNf,"". services on Sunday. The Keystone. .Heights. ,
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------ STAnKE. YWntDA .. r-niniv._ _.__n__ nfTTftRKR_ __ _.- : :1. 1957.
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FERTILIZE LAWN NOW; \recovery ,of the grass and renovate -1 V I -

PLANT: RYWJKASS roc i the damaged lawn. Board Adopts Conservation Aide Wadsworth Named .Gator Goes To Gator Growl Robert ParmenterDies

Italian ryegrass:: is often top- Attends Course At 1-leadOf Dollars
,
...
Plan -
-- >
Spending -
ed the established centi-
GREEN WINTER COVER: see on
University Of Ga. ; Lifelong 0
For Democrats Drive
pea' lawn: to furnish winter color ..

If you lawn has that "I'vphadit' anj, cover. Ilyegrarw can be es- (Continued from Page 1)) r 4 -. '. .. Resident *
-
G. P. Wadsworth chairman r. .County
of
look it probably needs' I j tatlished quickly from seed, and County for 20 years. But Morgan ..: -

a fall feeding in the form cf an i h will produce an attractive green explained, if the valuations continue *.* the Bradford County Democratic ''y'a. L

application of fertilizer srys !, J lawn during the cool winter- to increase as they did this Executive Committee has been P Robert Uley Parmenter. 72, retired -

Ralph W. White Jr., lawn specialist 'months. In spring the ryegrass year the amount of millage required : named county chairman -of the fanner and lifelong resi-

with the, Florida Agricultural -Ii 1 will thin out and finally die, to pay off the debt will decrease 4 1957 Dollars for Democrats r .-- dent of Bradford County, died
'leaving the Drive. The announcement ____
Extension: Service. centipede to recover every year. The Board was .

The application can be made and provide the warm season members also said they hoped to made by State Treasurer J. Edwin .,!.'i __ ___. c in a Jacksonville hospital Mon
l lawn. Larson state drive chair- :'- -. day afternoon following an extended
work
.
now he say, and should ccn- out an arrangement in I -.' ..- __
List of 20 to 25 pounds of a complete : -j I Ryegrass is cheap and easy to : which some of the Race Track 4 4 ., man, who said the choice was 1 'i--:. .... illness.

fertilizer per 1,000 square :'.)w. The permanent turf should funds can'be used to pay off the '4' bad\on Mr. VVadsworth's fine . ii. Mr. Parmenter was born in

feet of lawn. By a complete ''be' mowed as closely] as possible. bonds. record of service to the Demo .___ t : Bradford County on Nov. 23,

fertilizer is meant one contain- I'i! 'i nd any bare spots raked light- Even if plans run smoothly, cratic Party. 1884, tha son of the late Henry

ing nitrogen, phosphorus and l ly. Apply 20 to 25 pounds of a Morga'n said the bond election The Dollars' for Democrats 1 and Sarah Glisson Parmenter.

potassium in equal proportions 6-6-6 fcrmu.'a fertilizer per 1.000 cculd not be held before a mini- .- Drive ,is '.described. as, "a grass- He was a' member of the ,Union

such square feet it into mum of 90 days because the law roots move. to give all' ..
as a 6-6-6 or an 8-8-8 for- raking the people an Primitive Baptist Church.

Kula. Try to get fertilizer with I| soil. Sow the ryegrass red at for requires that 30 days be allowed opportunity to contribute time He is survived by his" wife. -

at least 25 peicent of the nitrogen[ 't the rate of three to four pounds registration for and another 30 i and money, no matter how small II-- Mattie Howard Parmenter of

in an organic form, as it 1)2-i i j''per I 1,000 square feet. The lawn l days advertising. Other preliminaries the amount,, toward the goal of Starke: six daughters. Mrs.

comes available s'nwly! and dues!;, :!' 'should be kept moist until the another 30 would require he at least better government., Gladys Burney; Mrs. B,. L.
days, said.
not produce a quick flush of f seed germinates and the seed- Board N. D. .Wainwright, Jr., a for- Hutcheson, and Mrs. Edna Harley -
members H. A. Lawson
growth, as do fertilizers with allinoranic ,.I L.igs become established. .111! mer resident! of Starke haa been
I I and E. A. Sapp did not attend I A genuine, grow I was added to Gator Growl in Gainesville last I all of Starke. Mrs. Claude
nitrog'n. j I\ Time of seeding ryegrass for the named ,chairman of the fundraising n Rowe of Lawtey. and Mrs Eve-
meeting. when this five
.jthe! Friday night and a half foot captured. byJ.
:If an application of fertilizer winter lawn is from mid- W. Carter Soil Conser- .campaign in Hollywood, lyn Amy and Mrs. Pearl Matthews
T. Pollard near Valdosta, Ga. the day before, was added to the'
has been made in the last two1, :j!October! through November. It is vation Aide of Bradford Soil Fla. both of Jacksonville; two.

months it is recommended that I j 'not advisable to seed ryegrass Seven Cases Made Conservation District has completed parade._ Pollard spotted the 'gator along the highway near 'Valdosta sons. H. F. Parmenter and Ish-

the fall application be delayed I (, j in lawns newly planted to permanent a three-week intensive Vf. C. (Bill) Laine Ga. and lassoed! him in true Florida con boy style. After his appearance am Davis, both of Starke; one

until November or December. At ,i i grasses.Oven By Game WardenGe ining course at University ,of at the Growl, the 'gator was presented to the Highland L brother Johnnie Parmenter,

that time use an organic nitrogen .j orgia. I Taken Zoo for,safekeeping. Jacksonville; 16 grandchildren.

fertilizer at the rate of 25 j; Tomlinson A rash of cases of hunting and Carter was one of two Floridians By .Death I and two great grandchildren.

to 35 pounds per 1.000 square I j I fishing law violations were made. selected to attend the train. I,! I Advanced TrainingAirman Parrish recently completed I Funeral services were held in

feet. i j Taken By DeathOwen recently by Leon J. Barrie Jr.,I., ing course from Sept. 23 throughOct. I William Carl Laine. 50, died four-week first phase of training the Union Primitive Baptist ,

:Maximum benefit of the ferti game warden. i 11. Wednesday in Bradford County at Lackland in which he
I Hospital after a ,brief ,' qualified for advanced Church Thursday afternon at 1
lizer i Ls realized only when it Charged with these violations Twenty-four men from nine illness. c; training.
Frank Tomlinson, 72 I) Born in Bowden While in his 2:30 o'clock with Revs Henry
reaches the roots of the grass. I a L are John Sherman, fishing with- southeastern states completed I County Georgia specialized traininghe

This can be accomplished by retired farmer and resident of r cut a license; Capton Sallie 0'- his; course. The Athens. session t on March 13, 1907, Mr. Laine will also complete the Air Rhoden,. Louie and Paul crawford

loosening the soil, using a soil i inenfier Starke for the past seven years, Berry, taking game without a included training in engin erng,. wa a a carpenter by trade and .. Force's. regular basic training and B. H. Rawla officiating. I
a tool! which be'' died Monday afternoon at his had also served as a member of program.
can license
; John W. Williams, taking biology soil, agronomy, publicLeon L Burial was in the family plot in
bought at most garden r.'ipply t! home here following a heart at dove after hours i the: police force here. He moved 4 tx'
I ; Donald S. Bar- speaking, woodland management, Dyal Cemetery with DeWitt C.
f to Bradford St Edward' Church
I ,
stores. For large lawns County 17 years
power: tack.Mr. res, taking dove with unlawful aerial surveys and research ago
models can be rented. : Tomhnson was born in shotgun; Willie James Lee too from Birmingham, Ala. Jones Fun ral Home in chargeof

Once the soil is loosened and Valdosta, Ga. on Sept. 4, 1884, I many fish; Lillie Belle Miller too Field trips were made to localfarms I He, is survived by his wife. ; Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m. arrangements.to .

the lawn dry, fertilizer should be the ron of the late Harris and I many fish and Dewey D. Williams near Athens and to the Donnie Mae Laine. and two ,* 'g :i Holy] day masses. 6:30 a. m. and I

applied and watered in to prevent Indiana Fender Tomlinson. He taking dove after hours. United Agriculture States Research Department of daughters, Barbara Ann andJoyce r 8:30: a. m.Children's. return to the homeland from

burning of the grass. For was a member of the New River: All of these defendents have Station at Watkinsville.Experiment Lame all of Starke: one Kenneth L. Parrish Catechism Oas each which he has strayed. .

accuracy and cf Daptist Church. brother Sheldon Lame and a Wednesday at 3:15: m.
uniformity application teen p.
summoned to
appear before Also a day was spent observingand 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Par It is an assignment on which
distribution should Besides his wife 'I sister Mrs. Pearl Hins both
be Jane Williams County Judge T. A. Yawn for Keystone HeightsAt three commissars who have
studying one of the'\water. rish of Brooker, has been preceded -
made by one of the riandard i Tomlinson, he is survived by two pleading on Oct. 30. sheds of Sweetwater TexaaFuneraJ assigned ( St. William's Chapel) her (and who have fallen ,
lawn fertilizer being developed in Georgia. services will be held to the 327th Technical
spreaders. daughters. Mrs. Nita Cowen of Carter (Follow Hiway. 21 south to St in love with Paris) have failed
feels that with
Only proper lawn management : St. Pctersfcmg, and Mrs. Ruth the- up- this afternoon (Friday) in the Training Group at Lackland Air William's Sign.) faUs.thank" '
Ninotchka. too to
Governor Names to-date information 'tatightat Union
,, including adequate fertilization I- Turner of Jacksonville; two sons. the Primitive Baptist Church"at Force Base, Texas, wheru ne iscurrently I Sunday Mass 8 a. m. the wooing of an irresistible I'
suitable: Training Center plus information 2:30 o'clock with Rev.
mowing, and Roy Q. Tomlinson of New Harry
I I River from other undergoing Phase II of I Holy day masses 7::30 a. m. young American film producer
Soil
Conservation and
effective Members Of Eddy Rev. Herman
watering Hew Moody
can induce and Frank L. Tomlinson basic
i I I Brooker; one sister, Mis. E. R of Service personnel he \will officiating. Burial will be in theDyaJ training. I Confessions before .idl Masses. played by Astalre.

ClKIRCH ()J<' (iOn)! Poppell of St. Augustine; and i Library Board be able to a better job of help- Cemetery with. DeWitt C.Jones a

Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng ing the farmers of BradfordCounty Funeral Home in charge r FOR SALE OR RENT-Stock and

Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday- eight Funeral grandchildren.services were held i ir solve their Soil! and Water :- of ,arrangements. I Sell It Rent ft Trade ll I I I at goods reasonable of Sweet price.Shop.License Will sell In-

Evening: Service 7:15: p. m. YPE the New River Baptist Church :Members:; of the newly formed I Conservation Problems.RuralUrban cluded. Phone, 514-W or see Mr.

Service Wednesday, 7:45: : p. m Wednesday afternoon at H o' i Bradford County Library Board 'Silk Stockings' Set : Lanier at the Sweet Shop. Itp

Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:15 p. in clock with Rev. L. L. Paiker of I were appointed last week by Gov. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED 1 HOUSE FOR RENT-Inquire Unio
Pu" Station.
For Florida, Theatre tfchir.
LA\vrrv I I ficiating. Dllrial'a in the LeRoy Collins as follows: Mrs. DayExpected
Sunday School. 10 a. m. MomIng church with DeWitt C. Jones : LOTS FOR SALE City Water and
Worship, 11 H. C. Ritch. Mrs. M. W. Cressler The screen version of "Silk: 20 WORDS OR LESS, One Innrrtion Minimum Charge) Sewer. Terms. J. L. Andrews I
a. m. YPE Service .73
Funeral in ??
Saturday. 7:30: p. m. i I rangements.POULTRY'MEN Home. charge of ar Mrs. Junius M. Smith, Mrs A. To Draw! lockings" the .Cole. Porter EICH'AODITIOXAL WORD OVER 20 -----___ ____.__ 4c Per Wer* 99R. 4tch* illS !

Russell Norman, and Mrs. P. J. J musical hit which ran on' Broadway :Ik% DISCOUNT ox REPKT INSERTIONS SAME AD FOR SALE
--- -- 6 roe ADDITIONAL FOR ADS
BLIND
OR ADS *OT PAID IX
for. two years: will play'Sunday ADVANCE. Broiler Farm, .O0O ,
Quattlebaum, all members of the ; capacity nice
and Monday at .the (no bed room masonry .....nl...' t
Starke Woman's Club. Large TurnoutThree I Florida Theatre. CLASSIFIED, DISPLAY '--_,-_-..;._ fl.25 Per lich First InaertloB mile of Stark. on paved highway1.
:- t $1.04, A give Tfrlee for ..
j PER IiI FOR S4MB AD BRPRATKD ONE OR MORE away % lck .f.
Mrs. Quattlebaum TI"E8CARDS
who hast Starring ,.Fred ;'AaUJre, Cyd -

en active in library work here 'harisse' "J niS' Paige" .nd Peter' OP'TIIA\K hundred 50 WOltns .. ____________ frame- dwelling, pared highway 1mile
pounds of fresh 4
Cent
the ---- Per Word
for jorre
some time, expressed surprise production is filmed of. Starke. Let ns ahovr It today. -

YOU CAN MAKE MORE that all board members named fried mullet, a barrel of home- in Cinemascope and color. MEMORIALS A.ND' RESOLUTIONS- __..,_____ 4 Cent Per Word- FOR RESTS .
baked beans, and a washtub full '
[ were representatives of the "Silk Stockings" unfolds a I acre farm nnd :S feed room house
of Bermuda onions will head the to i .FURNISHED with lights, water. and hath. Two
BY PRODUCING Starke Woman's Club. ngueincheek''satire'of a forbidding BLOCK HdUSE on FOR REXT-Fhe room unfurnished .
menu when the Starke Rotary Bedford Lake, pretty lut. Real hoube. 4..miles east of uilles from !t'.r.... on, State Bead
"Although the ( Russian girl, played by buy. W. :S. Realtor Hamp 100. 1--
club started
the : Sil.ley (Silver -I ton on Theresa Rd.
Club plays" host next Wednesda L Miss' Charisa: : Lake Phone J25 per mo. .
who' ) 3822
,
arrives : Keystone
in Call J. V.
TABLE Edwards Jr.
AND Count,
HATCHING EGGS library project it has been"taken: to the farmers of Bradford Cow Paris from Moscow' to persuadeRussia's Heights. 2ti iiiil operator leys. (Gainesville tfchg I FLORIDA REALTY CO. j
over by the county now she I OF 8TABKE
.
most famous NEED TIRES A : k
FOR US ON CONTRACT said, "and we presumed that ty.A blanket invitation has been composer Get them now pay as yon 'rids AVAILABLE WATKINS ROUTE IN BRADFORD IS XOW I 118 X. WnlnofSt. TeLiSM(
there would be representatives, Ask'for 'our easy budget terms 1TNION COUNTIES. -8 tar We. Florida '.
I extended to all area farmers I to Lacy Conway Sales and Service. TillS IS AX
S from other groups besides!' theWoman's I Union ESTABLISHED ROUTE. It is
attend Pus Station Starke, Fla.tfchg SALESMAN AND COLLECTOR -
this event predicted I to easy to earn from $2.60 to $5.00 '
Club on the governing, : hour. For Furniture route. Some' collecting .
per
Write .
bthe, "biggest;and best," annual WRGR The J. R. Watkins .
*
e.perlenc.ene84e6 -El-
"
This Co.,
board. 659
gives she said that the WPeachtree
an opportunity to members I- PLASTIC, SEAT for all St.. '
you Rural-Urban Day "e'e'istaged by COVERS N. E.r Atlanta, Ca. rod Furniture Co. ZlSr Tempi
would meet to elect makes and model autos $21.95 4tchg 10/:
soon a 1490 : Ave. 2Uhff 10/::;
the local club. K C : -
PHONE 500 'and Installation
up. free
at i
chairman and .
would confer with
realize
MORE PROFITS on a t 'Q.*'.T..Jluggins. general ;chairman STARKE, FLORIDA Shepherd's. tfchg OXE BEDROOM furnished apartments i.I ist Tour Ip'O..rty 'For Sale Iflt
the commissioners the I for
concerning S'LE' rent. Phone 165. W. T. F.rm. Home and .B>.lae operation of the of arrangements said that The Music FOR S'x Sr 16 Concrete Jackson. tfchg ty Free Open LUtiaga '
library. & News Station Blocks
stable I ISceach._ FOE' yard. Mortar'MIx -
more market. Johnle
no effort is Haanea, Representative
being spared to stage; -
,
in Cement. Sand Steel and
Oct. 1 was the effective date Starke P.
O. Box 307 Starke, Fla.
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,
OFFICE: FOR RENT Heat
a program that will be entertaining Aluminum Windows. Alro read and air '
for the library to start operating I ri- mixed concrete. Pradford En. condition furnished.ViIL finish 5 ml. 8. on 301 Phone WaldoflObart
WE: GUARANTEE ,and beneficial to farmers J'lnpf'rln Co. Phone 94. tfche to suit tenant. Charley E. Johns, 8-S831 -tf
an a county facility instead of ,
a 129:!! S. Walnut Pt
as well the : tfchg
as Rotary host.' '
A YEAR 'ROUND MARKET; Woman's Club project as it has Monday thru Friday WE HAVE a new loan program for WANTED-Several weeks' care
i in the past. The Commissioners Following the fish fry, which 3:00: Sign on and News farmers Loans of 1 to 5 years FOR SALF.'ane11i11.. 2-rolIer and in private home for lady with
FUn YOUR EGGS( will be staged at noon Wednesday 6:05: The for the. entire credit requirements bailer. GOOd condition. $40. Con broken hip, confined to wheel
Clockwatcher chair. Phone Starke 23 write Box
budgeted $1,500 for tact George or
operating of the farmer and his fam Kersey, 750 N.
If You Are Interested Write expenses during the current fiscal at the Fair Grounds, a demonstration 6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson (Monday i1y Gainesville Production! Credit Church St., Phone 264-J. Ztp 10/:Ic: 823, Starke. Up
: will be presented 1 by> and Association,. CO North Main -
HOUSE FOR RENT 2
Tuesdays bedrooms,
only)
and the City of Starke
:year (
FLORIDA Gifford Rhodes, livestock special- 6:45: The Clockwatcher ainf'lwillf' Fla. tfchg 40 FT CnA Kl'P.tT- JOrtE" bath, hot water. |23 month. Call
HATCHING has budgeted $37.50 month TelevisionS tower for sale. Sacrifice I
EGG SERVICE per 1st with the :g!!71.
State Marketing Br r7:00 First News GR
for library assistance. of The World FOR SALE-Westinghouse sink and 5-2970 Lake Geneva.
INC. eau. "The demnostration will Roundup dithwabher. Reg. U 9.95. Sale 1 tc! g PORTABLE, TYPEWRITERS: No
The Woman's Club asked the show what qualities go to make 7:15 The price $399.95.: :; This appliance will down payment, $1 per week.
Route 1 lox 563JACKSONVILLE County to take over operation of beef Clockwatcher reduced $5 each week until WANTED-Pecans, any quantity. _Bradford County Telegraph, tf
the type animal the housewifeis 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air I Ntld. Slade Gas Co. tfcbg No amount too large or small.
library since it was felt thatit : Dillard : FOR SALE Six burner
demanding on todays market" 7:30 .Weather Keene 321 Temple Ave. Gas Range
FLA. i had outgrown the ability of Around The Nation i FOR SALE ftp 12/13 large oven and Bar-B-Cuer. Good
Huggins said, "and should be of -14 in. x 15 ft. steel condition. Phone 247-W. ItchsM
the club to continue as an individual culvert pipe. $l.5 ft. ALSO -
"
great interest to all farmers. Building lots for sale in FOR '
7:35 The Clockwatcher South SALE Used 17 inch T.V. Sets FOR SALE-Five room house.car
And Our Representative project. A musical Gate Subdivision.; Low down pay. 49.95 at Shepherd's. tfchg]
Call On You And program featuring 7:5O. World, National State and ment. Low monthly payments I port. Bargain price. A. C. Slade.
numbers by the FFA StringBand BILLY Hampton. 2tp HIt
Sports News JACKSON. Phone 165 c/o -
Explain Our Plan I and other high school> 8:05: The Clockwatcher Central Truck Lines. tfchg FOR SALE-Jeisle Alexander's

mua'cians' will also be presented SPECIALS FOR THURSDAYAND house with two houses-on place.
8:45: Radio Chapel (Ministerial] F6R REXT-Three bedroom
tp'wi apartment FRIDAY Located by the .Colored Baptlstrhnrrh.
-" -- and farmer guests are invited to Association) Large living room, dining Hampton. ,:, Itn
:;. __ _:_its; .f. : ;",c-- i ( tour the Fair Grounds after I the room and kitchen. Gas heat.
": .J::. :. ,. 9:00: Five minute summary of Telephone instAlled. Call 99-W, All City cleared let KO x too f.r.e.l $6O.: ). HELP WANTED-Man or '*oman

l STARKE FLA. program. News 429 W. Jefferson St. tfchg now.lth and all ready City coBteaienre to build on to take over route of established

_.__ The of 9:05 The customers In, Starke. Weeklv
purpose Rotary's annual : Chatterbox with available.If
Betty E-UY
CASH FOR YOUR Smith Corona Silent profit of $50 or more to ,start
Rural-Urban Day is to promote Gray Super Portable before prices advance you are a wine lavesior Ilitea to possible.( No car or other Invest-
SUN., MON., TUES. better understanding and 10:00: Cedric Adams Show Oct. 1. Lay away now for thin 8.1 City lot* that will average, ment necessary. Will help you
Christmas. Nothing' down, Dol- get started. Write C. R. Ruble, I
October 27. 28 29 acquaintance between the county's 10.30 Music For The Missus lar-A-Week terms. if desired over' RO x; 1IO ft. City water already Dept. O-4, The J. R. Watkins Co..
; to this
run property. I. additloB
DOUBLE FEATURE farmers and business men.: 11:00 Five minute summary of Bradford County Telegraph. tf: to the V.1 loin this will provide mphU 2. Tenn. Up

Let's I A. J. Thomas Jr., president bf News the owner with an Income Inxer FOR SALE-Cocker Spaniel
Be pup-
PECANSHIGHEST Happy ? of 9200.00:: monthly. All t his \
the club, said the annual 8ff iris 11:05: Music For The Missus WHEN IN NEED OP. for len> than 212.OO: : per let. If yanwould pies. Inquire at 750 N. Church
call
IX CINEMASCOPEWith St. or Z64-J. lip
also a token of appreciationfor : 11:30 Farm Roundup like to pnrcfca thin property
Tony Martin and Vera Ellen 1 Public TOP SOIL on easy payment plan, I can
12:00 Service
the important part farminghas arrange an outstanding deal. FOR S.LE--Used 21 Inch TV's only
AndOUTLAW'S always played in the 12:15: Second News of The World FILL DIRT S99.35 at Shepherd's Radio and
eHe Another real hot one that will not TV. tfchg
SON nomy of Bradford County Roundup la.t long at $ 9US. A very I Ice
With Dane Clark. Ben expressed hope that all cam rity: 12:30: Weather Around The Nation ALL TYPES mall home on 10 acre of mlggood ityt FOR S.'LE-.Nlce eaddle and pony.
'
Cooperand arming land. Located j Also milk and
cow pair of nice
Lori Nelson farmers would accept the invitation TRACTOR WORKAND 4 miles from town .. mall i andiMheol hogs. D. L. Kite Rt. 2, Box 78,
lMu Color Cartoon for ChildrenWed. and be present at the Fair 12:35: The Perry Van Show .n. route. This U a bargain Starke. lip
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CASH PRICES If c'er' I iiaw oae. Small downpayment.
Grounds next Wednesday at I 1:00: Five minute summary of B.laDrr.otll" ...,.. HOUSEWIVES _
Barbers scissors
., Thurs. Oct. 30, 31 I noon. News S Light Bulldozing I..\. real' sharpened DOC up. Steak, carving -
bargain at
'Show Lantey at
DOUBLE 4:05 Chuck Denton knives ISc Leave work,
FEATURE up.
I 3300. ThU In real'
: ,2:00 Five minute summary of 'w* L. ,THIGPEN, JR., home with n lifetime large roof.oneatory 2 name and, address at Sraltty

THE VAMPIRE Mental Health- ,Talks' i ,News Bt-'2 _Box 24M. -'Alton Ed O. R.. Bath Kitchen. Dining' Its MHand Barber Shop.' Stp. 11/S

PAID With John Beal. Coleen] Gray Held For Counties. 2:05: The Perry Van Show PHONE 297.38tarkefla. ill this large on hUng about room 3 i acr and*.porn In "the.. FOR SALE-White Seed Cane tOo

And 3:00, Five, minute.summary of r C11y.a paegtrret' with. 8 ..nicepecan stalk. Marion, Smith. behind
Griffia Bros.
tree*. :, store Uaxyille.

The Monster That Miss Helen McKey, R. w'l i 3:05: .News The Perry Van Show ova, TKVTHAKHIVEttiABT' t NOTEs 'I will J he .absent: from' ..,. : 3tp ll/l

6 DAYS mental health worker of the ] 4:00'Five RADIOS REPAIRED office October S6, :1, M,' aad9th.1 FOR SALE-Honse' and,. lot Cjty

PER WEEKAT Challenged The World 1 State Board of Health,met with ''News minute summary of: \e..1e AD_Mab-Chumximtt*..- All Mirfete *I WALL- REALTY- Tompson water io and Starke.Andrews, Corner HtB. of Price.V.

Starring ,Tim Holt the public health nurses' from iO5.At.Your: CHAR. C. SHEPHERD '*i.200.00. lire. J. M. Chlldt. UD
Plus Color Cartoon for Kids the Bradford, and Union Request M W. Call St. .Starke: ..... IB REGISTERED BROKER.
Clay .6:00: ,W:R G R News Parade J.... Box 46A 'Plaljiae 4 r-j NEW 'OPEXIX08 AVAILABLE in
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County Health Departments last (World] and National) 1% PAID 0V SAVINGS KEY 337 X. Waliyif St.. .'Stark. I Fla Mechanical,. .Electric Electron
Fri., Sat. Nov. 1, 2 week to discuss and plan a mental i,8' ,. STONE BTllTB BANK KEYSTONE ics,.work. Learn new skills.' Modern .
DOUBLE FEATURE 6:30: P., M. WhatABurgerShow HEIGHTS. FLA... MEMBER STRAYED IN -PASTCRE 'dark plant top rates excellent
health program and to follow : FDIC. brown cow- with horns,' white: benefits. Interviewsdally. I a.m.to .
STATE FARMERS The Delicate up patients on furlough from 6:30 Bandstand face white belly. Marked swallow 4 p.m. Sperry Electronic' Tube
Revolving
MARKET Division of
FOR RENT Furnished Cottage. fork under bit in one ear. Sperry Rand Corpora
the state mental hospitals. 7:00 NEWSIC (News and Music Re-decorated inside, tile bath. Upper bit or upper square in other t tion located near Municipal Air-
Delinquentlth Miss McKey worked with thenurses ) Nice for couple at 614 Lake St. ear. Branded J. B. or J. L. port. (.1",11I.. Fin Itch r
Adults. Call 18SW.MrL A. F. 1 small dark brown white. I facecalf.
Jerry Lewis, Martha Hjer in the counties during the 8:00: Sign Off Sauls. 633 McMahone. itch g 1 red white face 1 butt FURNISHED APARTMENTS at reduced
and Darren McGatin week and met with them again headed row unmarked. Owner monthly Tilts' for couplesor
J. R. Wainwright Produce Co. Saturday FOR REXT Unfurnished apart- may have by paying advertising with one child. All! conven-
AND on Friday to evaluate the program Same schedule as above except ,inept at tai, ,Walnut St. 3 large cost. Contact A. D. Crosby. veniences. Close .in. W. H. Noll-
The planned. rooms and bath. AIo nice for 3tchg man, HI W lltdlion& 81. Starke.;
PHONE Lonely Man Nurses lto6p.m.RoadShQwSunday business, office. Redecorated in-: 11/8 tfchr
attending from
179STARKE FLA With Jack Bradford !' 'side Mrs. A. F. Sauls, (32 McMahon -
Palance WANTED Ultra
and Anthony' TO RENT- modern ..
t County were Mra E. I* Mc- 7:30 Sign On Religious programauntil St. or phone 18S-W. Itchy furnished apartment or a modern FOR RENT- PurHUhM room. semiprivate -
Perkins
Knight and Mrs. 'Martha Sn1 Lien! furnished home. Call William bath. m 8. Cherry St.
AT 1:00 m. S.
FARMERS n. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY for cultured I
MARKET riiu Chapter 12 Serial and .- lip
Color
Terry. Community State Bank of
Clay County :Mrs. well educated
Myrtls'LeClerc womsn.0
l:0p to 6:00 p. m. The SunI I. Starke. Phone 515
Cartoon for Children Miss Dorothy Munch experience necessary. Car esaen tfchgFOR ; FOR RENT-Ltoup.lit.ptng apartment -
and day Show: HaL Write Box 82J-C. Bradford I -
.. .. .. e/o Very rtanonable. Private
''''' .I :t': & Miss Dorothy Curtain: Union 6:00 to 8:00 p. m. See ScnedH. County T lejrraph. Riving SALE-Roycraft 28 ft. b )UIetrailer. bath. Light and water furnish
V County. Mrs. Evelyn Mann. .f age. education experience phonenumber. all metaL 'Modern ft rn- <. .. above .. ished. $1,20.00. Call
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