Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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I I : + Reregistratation ApprovedFor DATE APRIL EYED TRIAL IN Grand Jury To Study

t Bond Issue ElectionAnother SHINE CASESThe

: ,' 4 step was taken toward the holding of a school cases of the three

I1 e .. .- bond election as the School Board and County Commission Bradford on federal County moonshine men Indicted Fire And Shooting Case

passed resolutions this week calling for a re-registration of charges have not been set

;i; freeholders.The for the November term of

School Board's resolution requested the Commission federal court and will prob-

for the election and the Commission's resolution author- ably wait until the April Sheriff, Trooper PROBE REPORT Drug Cases Set

term for trial, U. S. Assistant .
ized that it be held. 'WORTHLESS
The finishing touches \\t. : applied l- this i week to he--t: I Mrs. Marian Crosby, supervisor District AttorneyE. Slated To Testify

street paving project by emplojees of the \\' &. 31 Construction Co., of registration, said prepara- Coleman Madsen said ]FUTCH DECLARESAssistant Circuit Court
II Trio Fined this week.
here working on Cjpress fctreet. Sections of fi\e tr..ts't'rt\ hard- tions are being made for the registration $$200 Truby Slade of Hampton A Circuit Court Grand Juryis State Attorney

Mirfared in the though no dates have scheduled to be impaneled
program. of the Mark !Jj, Futch yesterdaylabeled
-'et been set for the books to be one three was arraigned Monday to attempt to clear up Opens MondayThe
the report of the
in the federal courtin
On Mob
Police Car Garbage Truck open. ChargesAny Jacksonville this week the mass of confusion surround- Florida Sheriffs Bureau
The School Board ill' seeking ing moonshine witness Robert L. Investigation "virtually
pleading innocent to the
aproval for a $450,000 bond issue Patterson's house fire and shoot- worthless" and "based fall term of Circuit Court
charges. Slade is
I to be used for a building pro- charged ing incidents which occurred in will open Monday with the drug
future incidents in Bradford mainly on hearsay.
with 25
possessing gallonsof
New. Vehicles Council !gram.; To initiate the election it. September. cases against Daniel Benitez and
Bought By County which have aspectsof moonshine on May 28 "I have had submittedto
must be in Herbert Lannia Pippin and the
requested a petition Assistant State Attorney Mack
racial disorders will be dealt and 60 gallons on May 29. me ar report of the Florida
signed by at least 25 per cent of Futch said Wednesday that the lewd conduct case against E. W.
; with severely! County Judge T. The arraignments of the Sheriffs Bureau i investigation -
Bids on a new police car anda bids but was accepted after Char- the freeholders. A. Yawn warned Tuesday as he other two defendants former state attorney's office has asked of the Patterson Wester Jr. among the 15 cases

new garbage truck were openedat les Hardy pointed out that it included The reregistration is expected i fined three Negroes $200 each in deputy sheriff Fate that the grand jury be called "to 'fire and house burning.' in which informations have been

the City Council meeting Tues- a 12 month or 30.000 mile to aid the School Board's campaign I cases arising out of the Oct. 12 Brown and Maurice Ed- hear evidence in regard to the Futeh's written statementsaid. filed.

day night. with the members voting warranty provision and the car If for the bond election sinceit Reno mob threat against two wards Jr., were postponedto shooting and fire." "The report contains In eight of the cases the defendants -
to buy a 1958 Dodge policecar especially made for police work. is that it would cut are not in 'cu. likely
Starke policemen.The give them an opportunity "The grand jury will attemptto little] or nothing of a factual -
and a 1958 Ford garbage For the garbage truck chassis. Iowa the number: needed to three men Cornelius to file] additional motions determine if a crime has been nature and largely Pippin 36, and Benitez, 18, are
truck with the garbage unit sup- the Council approved a low bid of
make up the 25 per cent. Covington John Cummings and Madsen said. committed" Futch said "and amounts to opinions! of the charged with illegal possessionand
plied) by the River's Body Factory $2485 for a Ford from the An-
oi: Atlanta. drews Motor Co. _The Rivers body To ratify the issue 50 per cent George Griffin in a surprisemove Though Slade has pleaded if so, by whom." assigned investigators, sale of a nervous system
')f the registered freeholders hi*, trial date which opinions' are based drug possession of which is unlawful -
must has
The police car will cost the city Factory bid of $3749 for the body changed their innocent not Seven persons believed by the
$2286.70 and will replace the 1952 was the low bid also. vote in the election and a majority pleas to guilty. They were charged yet been set. state attorney's office to have mainly on hearsay except with a doctor'sprescription.
of those voting must favor with Brown and Edwards "I have found the report The two men were
unlawful in information
Buick now in service. This bid Hardy said that delivery on the assembly an were regarding these incidents -
1. Submitted by Hardy Bros. Motor police car can be expected in the issue. attempt to prevent the arrest of indicted on a charge of have been subpoenaed to virtually worthless as a captured in Texas and returnedto :
Co., was higher than two other about 35 days. The garbage truck The registration books must I Cummings Attorney A. Z. (Andy possessing 75 gallons of appear before the grand jury. basis for any criminal Starke two weeks ago.
chassis will have to be deliveredto be kept open for 30 days and remain ) Adkins Jr. of Gainesville moonshine on May 22. These are Sheriff P. D. Reddish, prosecution." Wester, 21, is accused of indecently

Atlanta for installation of the closed at least 14 days before represented the trio. Though 11 men had been State Trooper Carlos Musgrove exposing himsejf before
Mrs. Johns Meets body before being delivered to the election is held. School "The colored people and white I arrested following an investigation -. Fire Marshal R. N. Plummer two small girls in Starke"in two

Staike to be put into service. Supt. Harmon Murgan estimated people in Bradford County get by state and Patterson and his wife Frances Completion Near separate incidents early in Sep-

When the new garbage truck that it will be a minimum of 10 along mighty well" the judge federal agents the cases! H. C. (Pete) Wainwright of tember. The girls both 12 years

Resistance On arrives the city officials plan to '>1' 12 weeks before the election stated "and I want to keep it against these three were Lawtey, Mrs. W. L. Bailey. Pat- old said that Wester performed
add another garbage crew to pro- could be held. that way. We're not going to the only evidence presented terson's mother-in-law and Char- On Appraisals Of the indecent acts when he pulled

vide more efficient garbage collection Morgan said that one of the have here any of the situationsyou to the federal grand jury. les David Thompson connected alongside them in his ,car..

Lady Cop Issue service.In first steps the School Board will read about occurring in with the Friendly Stop on SR Ira Carter of Gainesville has

other action, the Council take will be the hiring of a other places 100. 301 R ht.Of.WayAppraisals replaced J. C. Adkins as Wester's
Mrs. Ruby Johns the lone female stamped final approval on the fiscal agent to advise them on the "There is no excuse or reason Klondes is Fined Sheriffs Report attorney. Adkins disqualified

member of the City Council $491,268 city budget for the .new nroper procedure in handling the for actions which would precipitate One of the factors believed to on the rightofwayon himself from taking either side
found Tuesday night that her fiscal year.Member bond program. incidents which everybody have prompted the calling of I the section of U. S. 301 northof in the case when lie was' recently

promotion of the plan to install a J. D. Doyle was asked would regret" Judge Yawn said. $500 For Whiskey the grand jury investigation, Starke scheduled to be four- named assistant state attorney.The .

t woman on the police force to control by the chairman T C. Hazen J r..1 118 VOTE. He said he was not sentencingthe was the issuance of a report by laned are expected to be completed drug cases have been set
traffic at the school crossing. to check on a request by Roy A. three to because the sheriff with the aid of the sometime next week an for Wednesday and Wester'a case
FOR TRUSTEES Negroes jail
1 Is not receiving enthusiastic sup- Dewberry to have Frances St. in Law Sheriff's Bureau the .for Thursday.
this was the first incident of this Violations on findingsin official of the State Road Dept.
port officials.from some of the male city, the block west of Westmoreland Only 118 persons* voted in the type and .he was also taking into their investigation of the Pat- said yesterday. Wallace B. Gray, Jr., 22, who

St. opened. Dewberry wrote the School Trustee election Tuesday, consideration the fact ,that the terson case. When the appraisals are completed was charged with robbing the
Mrs. Johns faced with unexpected Council that a road shown the Mike
on Klondes
Service Station
damping approval on the three three were natives of Starke. victim of a robbery This report and the activitiesof : the County Commissionwill
but open opposition from plat does not exist and is neededso I
W. unopposed candidates and the 10 I But, he warned, anybody convicted on Oct. 26 in which a case the Sheriffs Bureau men have be notifed of the amount ly is also slated for trial. Gordon -
Mayor T. Jackson and Police that he can have access to
who bad been
:4fl Chief W. E. Thoj'nton--fought lo f he recently purchased_ .and mill- distrct! millage_ levy. :I in future- similar- incidents- ,of... ..whiskey.. h was included_ in the stirred 'up considerable controversy they need' to obtain for the purchase L. Parker, ,accomplice in the arresU4.as -
'. t I would go to Jail- loot since som of Its'"tontE'nts of- the rightofwaYr'TheCounty
strongly for a re-endorsement of plans to build on. The candidates elected to office v this week was fined $500 by crime has
the plan winning a reluctant In to for two year terms are A. The charges against the 'trio County Judge T. A. 'Yawn on a became known to the state attorney which has the responsibility !- same pleaded guilty.
answer a complaint from
agreement from the mayor to residents L. Green of Brooker O. J. Phil- were placed after a tense situ- charge of and some of the people of purchasing rights-of- Also on the docket for hearingon
in the Pinehaven selling in
section a dry
work with her in hiring a police the Council asked Clerk Carl lips of Lawtey and John A. Tor- ion in Reno as a crowd threatenedto connected with the case two I way, has negotiated with the 'Tuesday J is ,a case against
woman. Johns to the City State Road ode of Starke. Green and Phillips prevent Policemen Carl Fill- county. weeks ago.Whether. State Road Dept. for a loan to Louis Edward Smart of Lawtey

"I thought the matter had been Dept. to urge clean out a drainage incumbents who have served yaw and George Hall from arresting The case I against Klondes was or not this report pay for these rights-of-way, a who is 'accused of possessing a

settled and everybody was in ditch in the section which belongsto for a number of years each received Griffin on a drunk made after a raid on his home on will be submitted to the grand I loan to be repaid out of future moonshine still. Smart walt arrested -
charge. Covington and CUm- W, Weldon St. by sheriff's depu- is secondary road funds. earlier this year by a
agreement to it." Mrs. Johns said the state. Councilman Randal 108 votes. Torode newcomer jury not certain.
to the office who mings were accused of being ties Saturday night in which an- Refused EndorsementThe As state beverage agent and an investigator -
expressing surprise at the opposi Chitty in delivering the request replacesL. soon as they are notifiedof
tion. said the residents wanted the F. Dink ins, received 110 votes. agitators of the activity againstthe fiscated.ther case of whiskey was con- state attorney's office has the amount they need to bor- from the U. S. Alcoholand

I During the discussion Mrs. ditch covered over but Johns said There were no write-in votes. policemen. indicated that they have refusedto row, the Commission plans t. Tobacco Tax Division when'
In other cass handled Tuesday The deputies said that they it their endorsement. meet with they raided a still at the edgeof
Johns had ready answers for the the state has already stated that Ninetytwo persons favored the give State Road Board of-
arguments presented by the this could not be done at the 8 mill levy for the District No. Breland Johns was fined seizeij the whiskey after one of The Sheriff's report implied ficials to request the money. Lawtey.
mayor $25 for driving without a license them had purchased a pint from Three youths now In Raiford
in opposition to the plan. present time. 1 Current Fund and 87 persons that the shooting and fire rather When .the County has pruchas-
r The mayor contended that The Council also considered the approved the 2 mill Building and and his wife was fined $25 for the 64-year-old Klondes. than being an act of vengeance ed the right-of-way, the construction I I for robbery of a Keystone house,

woman would have difficulty( in a opening of a roadway from the Bus Reserve Fund levy. Twelve voluntary intoxication. Judge Yawn in passing sentence against Patterson for his testi- projects will be adver- will be brought back to Starke

making arrests and handling the Brownlee Road to Saratoga voters wrote in different a- told Klondes that if he is ever mony in the moonshine cases, tised and bids received. Tuesday for hearing on a chargeof
signal equipment."I Heights as has been requested by I mounts for the Current Fund 2.Hour MetersTwo convicted again on a whiskey were an outgrowth of the situa- stealing an automobile. The
don't some of the residents on the road. levy and 11 persons for. the Re- .charge in his court it will result tion existing between the sheriff Guard PreparesFor three are Earl Martin Billy Earl
expect a woman to be A. J. Thomas Jr. hour parking will be in the maximum sentence of six Leach and
treated with kid City Attorney .serve Fund item.Christmas I per- and some of his political en- Jerry Smithpeters.
Johns gloves. Mrs. advised that the usual procedurein mitted by the new meters installed months in jail. emiea IG InspectionThe They are accused of stealing a
replied. "She should be able i I
to do such cases was for the resi- last week on Thompson street Klondes has been charged with Included in the report was I I station wagon from. Jim Cha.IIIt -
the school.everything! a man does at dents to have a survey made and HolidaysChristmas between Call and Madison MayorW. whiskey violations a number of testimony concerning an alleged men of Company C, teen on the same night that

rlPMCI- rtrartorArl-.-' ._, tn-- Vu--' nraCAntfirl r---.un-, tn, holidays for Bradford T. Jackson said. times and has been convictedonce plot to use the shooting as a Starke National Guard unit, they robbed the' Keystone home.
The mayor said it would be the city.i : --I I County school] children will The new meters can be operated previously before Judge Yawn. means of having the sheriff removed spent last Sunday at the armory An information charging nonsupport -
more difficult to work with women County Sanitarian Jack Tra- begin Friday Dec. 20, and the with pennies and nickels justas The thieves who stole the case from office. getting things in shape for the has been filed against

than men. wick reported to the Council on i students will return to clashes the old one hour meters but of whiskey from Klondes' housein Lie Detector Tests annual I. G. inspection scheduledfor Perry Kite Jr., former' Starke

Mrs."But Johns you agreed to get one the mosquito control program on Monday, Jan. 6, the School !will not take dimes even though the early hours of Oct. 26 also The report also, included evidence Thursday night, Nov. 14. policeman and is scheduled to

replied. which the city and county have Board agreed at its meeting 10 cents will be needed for the fled with $150 in cash after forc- the investigators said indicated The regular weekly drill for heard Tuesday.A _
"We have enough trouble with been participating in for a month. Monday.and full two hour parking. their Ibe ., ...... __
the men" the mayor said. ing way in and tying up that the men arrested next week will be held Tuesday .no "dtdk< e A. .A.5U&fl
"You might eliminate some of HOME GAME TONIGHTSeabreeze Klondes and his son. here several weeks ago for Federal night Nov. 12, instead of Monday ham charging him with assault I

that trouble by hiring a woman" liquor law violations were night Nov. 11, because Monday with intent to murder h,s step-
Mrs. Johns countered.It Pleads! GuiltyIn innocent of implication in the is Veterans Day. Last minute wn Buck Bonnett is scheduled
would be a lot of trouble fire and shooting. This evidencewas preparations for the forth- for Wednesday. '

buying uniforms for women the Tops BHS 60By Armed HoldupOf based on lie detector tests. coming inspection will be made William Barton and Leroy Wilis I

mayor argued. Patterson, 'who has been described during the Tuesday night drill. have been charged in an Information -

"You always have uniform problems Gas StationGordon as an important witness with the larceny of a
anyway" Mrs. Johns said. Mark Moore only TD in the game. The i Seabreeze 26 yard line. in the..Federal moonshine cases. Bank HolidayThe typewriter and adding machine
"But we have about 30 women conversion failed and the score On Daytona's first play. Don against several Bradford County with the case set for Wednesday.
who have applied" the mayor said. I The Bradford Tornadoes were I remained 60. Mitchell fumbled the ball and L. Parker, one of the men lost his house in a fire Community State Bank of Willis has not yet been taken

"I wouldn't know which one to defeated last week when they For the remainder of the first the Tornadoes recovered on the I two men charged with the armed I which occurred in the early Starke and the Florida Bank at into custody.

pick." encountered the Seabreeze Sand- quarter neither team was ableto 25 yard line. From there the holdup of the Imperial Service morning hours of Sept. 12. On Starke will not be open for business Other cases in which Inform-

"It should be a relief to have a I crabs at Daytona Beach. The i iI make a first down. When the Tornadoes drove all the way to Station'last week pleaded guilty the night of Sept. 13; he reported next Monday, November 11, ations have been filed but the
large number to choose from" I Seabreeze team had not won a : second quarter started Daytonahad Daytona's 1 yard line but lost before Circuit Judge George L. that he was fired at from a car Armistice Day, a Legal Holidayin defendents are not in custody
Mrs. Johns said. I game this season but that does ball downs. It is unusual Fatten and a pre-sentence investIgation -
the ball on their own 19 the on very (Continued on Page 6)) Florida. are;
The mayor finally conceded the not mean that they did not have yard line. From there they pushed that a team could make a was ordered. n --- Two worthier checks againstF.

issue when Mrs. Johns agreed to a strong team. Friday night was forward to Starke's 49 yard straight 94 yard drive without The other man accused of the Important Benefits Seen R. Brittain.,

help him in the hiring of a police- Daytona's homecoming so natur- line and kicked to Charles Os- making a TD but that is exactly c.rime.Vallace B. Gray, 22, denies An auto larceny case against
woman and work with him on ally the Sandcrabs were doinge"el1.thing b<-rne. From their 25 yard line what happened.The that he participated in the Mrs. Sherlee Kersey
problems which might arise fromit. in their power to the Tornadoes drove to their 39 Seabreeze team then robbery, Sheriff P. D. Reddish

come out victorious in the big yard line but again a fumble was worked out to their 17 yard line said.Parker. County Civil Defense Program Begun! State Dismisses,
The mayor admitted that ,no event. recovered by the Sandcrabs. I I and kicked to their 45 yard line .. 31. a resident of ,
woman had yet been hired becausehe When we consider the play by Things looked bad for the Torna- but the Tornadoes were unableto Gainesville and former resident of '" 4J

had been "dodging the issue"The plav account of the game we does until Rudolph Hutcheson intercepted gain much ground and the Starke, and Gray, 22, of Jacksonville A Civil Defense program predicted and other more densely populated Moonshine CaseA

other Council members find that the Tornadoes actually a pass! from Oates and game ended with the ball on the were charged with robbingthe to be "of great benefit"to areas and without such a
though saying little about the out-plaved the Sandcrabs but raced 25 yards to Daytona's 35 Daytona 32 yard line. night station manager, C. R. Bradford County was initiated program the county would be in moonshine charge against
tion" said they had "no objec iurt failed to have the ball at yard line. From there the Tor- Every man on the Starke team ..Howe at gunpoint, stealing $76 Monday as the County Commission turmoil in the event of a major Reuben Mosley of .Highland was
force. having a woman. on the the right time. nadoes took an 8 yard loss and played good ball and some were on the night of Oct. 25. I passed a resolution providingthat attack or disaster. included in the cases which were

The game started with Char- gained 11 yards before the Sand- outstanding. These were Wilbur They were captured as the result -i they will serve as the nucleus By the county participating in nol prosEed.by the state attorn

les Oates kicking for Daytona to crabs regained control of the ball. Barry Mike Goldwire. Bob Tac- of alert action by a high I of the Civil Defense Coun the program, it is possible that ey's office as they were prepar-
Negro Sentenced The Seatreez Sandcrabs took cia. Bubba Lamee, and Rudolph school football player who took cil. various towns in the area can ing for the all term of Circuit

:\ \ the Tornadoes who brought the the ball and pushed to Starke's Hutchenson.This down their license number as Starke City Clerk Carl Johns gain such disaster equipment as Court and will not be prosecuted.
Willie Keaton. a Hampton Ne- ball to the Starke 40 yard line. half Friday Night the Torna- they were leaving the station. fire trucks and other Counties Deputy
31: yard line just as the firfi who presented the program to gear. Mosley ,was ar ested by.
gro was sentenced Wednesday The Tornadoes went straight into ended with the score still 6-0. I I dose will come back home for a. Gray'is scheduled go on trial the Commission said that "the joining the organization will Sheriff Robert Cox in July
ty ,County Judge T, A. Yawn to action about 23 with Ketterlinus of St. the Circuit Court session also receive such '
six gaining yards Daytona received the ball as I game during county win benefit in every respect equipment as during a raid on a still near Key.
serve months in the county I during the first five downs. How- Augustine. After the last game which begins Monday. from it." hospitals and other disaster units. stone Heights. Assistant State
the second half began but was
jail. pleaded guilty to a ever misfortune struck when the the Tornadoes will be trying hard had The County Civil Defense program Attorney Mack Futch saM there
charge of assault and battery.The Starke team fumbled on the 50 held to a 5 yard gain and the to beat> this strong team to get Stores Will Close Johns previously conferred : will be 'headed by SheriffP. was not enough evidence to
Negro was charged with yard line and Daytona recovered. Tornadoes' took the ball on their back into the "winning streak." with state Civil Defense officialsin D. Reddish with the _coopera- prove that ,Mosley was connectedwith
r.triking Roman Alvarez during The Sandcrabs didn't seem to own 25 yard line. From there STATISTICS On Armistice Day Jacksonville concerning the tion of. the County Civil Defense the moonshine:
a fracas in the Bottom Dollar they pushed to their 48 yard Stk"Dayt.. programs for Bradford County,
be going anywhere with the ball Council, which will consist of Other cases dismissed 'included
store in Starke earlier this year: and would have kicked on their line and fumbled again. Yards Rushing 107 85 Most Starke business houses I' Under the program the county the Commissioners and others a grand larceny case' against

A. charge of aggravated as- fourth down but a :5' yard penalty Daytona tried to take advantage Passes 4 > 2 will be, closed all day Monday, would gain equipment as well as yet to be named. The other members Harold starling of Lawtey, an
sault arising out of the same against Starke gave them' the of the fumble but got no Pass. Com. 1 0 Nov. 11. Armistice Day, a legal an organization to. handle disasters of this body are expected to aggravated assault case againstJ.

incident is also pending against Yardage needed for a first down. further than Starke's 39 yard Yards Passing 2 0 holiday. This holiday is on the whether caused by nature be representatives of the incorporated D. Adams, a worthless check

Keaton in Circuit Court In this With this extra help they continued line before having to kick. The Passes Inter 0 1 approved list, made up at the or by wars Johns said. towns in the county. A case against L. C. demons and
charge he is accused of menacing their 50 yard drive from Tornadoes pushed hard on the First Downs 1 :5' first of the year by Merchants It was pointed out that Brad- number of committees will also non-eupport eases 'against! Mack

the store manager Mrs. Margaret the 19 yard line. Charles Oates Sandcrab's eight man line and Kicks *. 3-85 5-120 Division,of the Chamber of com ford County would probably be be 'named to work with the pro- Carter Wilbur Jenkins Ray
Jones, with a knife. swept right end making the first were sucessful in getting to the Penalties VJ. 15..1 10 merce. :-' -- a clearing"point' for Jacksonville gram. i Morgan -and.Junes' C. Melvin- <


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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTWhat .Y'ryyyyyyyyyyyyvyyvvyyyyyy Certificate No. 54; Year of'Issuance : .

1953.Description of Property: Com 210 4.
editorialIt's Farmer's Diary ft E of JCW cor of XWi of XE i ( .
and Run S 210 ft E 420 ft S. :

N 210 ftV 420 ft to Pt of Beg. "
,BySam..McGUTf.1else : ( '
Sec. a T 7 S R 22: K. _
Name in which assessed: Susie Mil

Costing UsAt I t' have"a per that 'will almost ler.All of said property being in the .
t of "'Ia.. .
her County of Bradford. State
drive crazy before she gets
Unless such certificate or certificates to
least three more years will pass before the through with it.. We know they shall be redeemed accordingto I ..

results of 'another Federal census are made are cute when they are little, law the property described Insu.h =

known. In the meanwhile Stark goes on, branded but when the ""start growing; be sold certificate to the! highest or certificates bidder at will the : : : 'Ctei1rf

unrealistic 1950 population and getting under foot in the court housA'dtHti- the first Monday : Bradford
with its census
,in Month of December 1957, /& 5 of
figure of 2,901. barnyard, then_ they begin to be_ whichis. the. :2 day of Dec., 1957. ( -Brtdford
.Dated this 29 day of Oct.. 1957. :
Who how much in ,progress this mis- .'a, pest. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, 1Tthda
can.say .
Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
leading figure has cost our, town in the past ford County, Florida. : i
and, how much more it will cost in is this season, anyhow? We know that neighbors told 11/1 U. 11/2 : )
seven years, to make out of _
with us never. a"pet a !
the several years to come before the results of It's winter supposed not so far to off, but when sow, or. she wou'd( '. "starve at. ,the NOTICE APPLICATION TAX I1KKI1Sec. FOR ; or. Brad, i

the 1960 census are announced? look around the gardens, gate" and we found out later ; !! 104.16 .'.S. { y' tor
you : '. Notice is hereby given that T. 3 it U/
of what they meant. '
Industries hesitate to move into a town fields and woods you see azaleas, Alderman the holder of the follow- : ent .at the
2,901 because they fear the necessary labor pool pecans,_ morning glory, elderberry -* ing certificates for a tax has d3ed filed to said be issued certificates Kortherljr aJud ,the

will not be available when needed. Finance companies and other shrubs and trees Think we know how to identify thereon. The t'ertificate'numbers Street.
It slash pine 'trees. and of issuance the description 2: :: : .o:
reluctant to provide funds for new out in a new burst.of growth. Don Champion years ,
are degrees 18
of the property and the namesin
reminds us of the mild weather referred to the shape of the ends follows 'Wester
home construction or business ventures in towns which it was assessed are as
we used to have up north just of the branches as being like : Defendants.'n. n.:!
with a population of 2901. Many other benefits, 'coons Certificate No. 44; Year of Issuance monument,
before winter set in; it was call tails and we think we can 1953.Description: degree SI
both state and federal, are based on population ed Indian Summer. pick out slash easily now. Trouble of Property: Ix>t 6 & feet,"to a
suffers time someone WVz of Lot 5 of Blk 1 Howling ( the East-
figures, so Starke every S is 'we may liever be sure,' !
S/W Sec :28! T i S U 22 E.
looks at that census figure of 2,901 when Notice that the citrus experts though, for. it will besuch a job Name 'in which assessed. : Boward uttJ it d-:
of from five to six thou- to find a coon. Akrldg along the
actually population another ''
a are predicting Big All of said proper** *.Ing in the !
sand would probably be nearer the truth. Freeze this year, like theone S County of Bradford State of Fla. a concrete Sooth 2-
Unless such certificate or certificates -
Many other Florida towns, in a similar plight, about 60 years ago. According to While generally speaking we shall be redeemed according ., East
weather does &re'sticklers for obeying 'laws, '1 to law the property described : line pf
the forecasters our
horns and have
bull the
have seized the by gone we can't help In such certificate or certificateswill 122.34 Feet
in regular cycles, and it applauding JudgeYawns bidderat -at -tta
through the channels to obtain a come \ be sold to the highest
necessary be that another freeze like remarks last week about' the court house door on the first line I
epecial census. One of these is the prosperingtown may the game laws and some of the ", Monday in Month of December, \ -and '
the one of 95 is coming.: But we ;.UH, which is the 2 day of December Lafaytttft ,
of Perry and officials there say the new hope it won't be as bad as the enforcement methods. 1957. 89 de.

census has already paid off handsomely for themin terrible one of 1835 which was, The man who wrote that "the : Dater. this 25 day of October, : ttraff-th Lafayette
-making it easier to obtain construction money supposed to have dropped tern- least governed people 'are the ..(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, lt of,be_
best governed" must be turning fCierk of Circuit Court of Bradford ( '
and other benefits. eratures way below anythingever hereby no-
6ver in his P County, Florida. 11/1 4t 11/22
; grave right now. has been
Starke, like Perry, has shown rapid growth experienced here by living ItOTIl'IS OK APPLICATION' FOR each of

since 1930.: In addition to the normal growth, natives. XOTICE. OF'T.X.VPtM.irvriOV- FOR. 'I'\\. UI.Jl" :n :; Holtzendorf C. FlolUpn-
S flFt) 11)4.16. P.S.
the limits of the city were extended, taking in s.....U".IW.'rF. Notice is hereby, given that T. J. .,\lr.-, Line
Notice that the land has dried Notice i.herehy given that T. J. Alderman the holder of the fol carp-
much new area that was not counted in the 1950 off a great deal and that right Alderman the holder or the fol- lowingcertificates has filed said busitif.is
census. Those who are in the best position to h wtns certificates h sfiled aId certificates for a tax deed to be : in the
now some of the plowed fields certificates for a tax deed ti be -issued thereon. The certificate cause by
judge, estimate that Starke's census, if taken today are too dry to plant.l Saw some Issued therifftn. = The' certificate numbers and yt'aMl'of issuance the Hazen ,his
Timbers and years!! ofldsuance. the description of the property, and the the .relief
would top the 5,000 mark by a comfortable beds made up for berries, which description of the property and the names In which it was assessed areas establish'
margin. had been boarded off, and it .na.as hies in which It was assessed are follows: i from
follows plaintiffs'
: Certificate No. 55; Year of Issuance
.looks____ _like___ those_nn rjeonle_ __ will have .
there would be
Of course, some expense _con-
nected with a special census, and it would be up to water each plant by hand as

to the community to underwrite this cost. We they set them out, and that's a
job, and sometimes a lot of
believe that ways and means could be found to plants are lost. .OFCAR IS I BOflF, .

do this, however, especially when the continued S S *

construction of new homes is of such vital importance Went to an oyster roast puton r I ;\

to everyone in the city. In spite of sev- by Bill and Dot Epperson last ,

eral hundred.homes that have been built here in week, and we had the time of S

the past two or three years, the need is far from our lives. We thought that we

being satisfied and the demand will probably be had tasted oysters in every pos- T'lI1trw at Your Pontiac Dealer'W
sible form, but now we know
even greater within the next year due to the S I
until has had them '
that a person S
change in operation of the ilmenite mines, and "
roasted, he hasn't eaten!

the new natural gas line which may bring several S .' S ) '*'S#' ..uoc* _" : ,:.,' '' ..
l new families to this locality.If week Sa.4'S S
This Dave Shuford was S

the Chamber of Commerce is looking for a proudly offering oranges, saying: S S" -, ..

,good project for its new year we can think of "These are the first oranges \ S i: : .' ,

nQthing that would be more beneficial to all con- I've ever had from a tree I planted I" < e
\ .
cerned than a special census to give the true myself." His Uncle Charlie .. .". "- p.. .
scowled and replied: "That only .. ; 't.1'
population figures. Prospective industries are I. S : .,.. ..
proves that you are getting some ::7
'not interested in guesses and estimates. As longas -
on S.'
age you
that 2,901 figure is on the books that, to them, SCongratulations S -'. ' : .' : '5' .+-' : : .
is the official population of Starke. r' -... :
to the winnersOf S ; -5- I

Aspecial l census would cost a little money, but awards and those who helpedto S ,

." it.would be only a drop-in' the bucket to what it put on-the Bradford County .5- ,. : lljtl1t.! '( \\1

will cost in the next three years if we fail to Fair. It looks like the event is : ,. S )

have a new nose count. growing every year and may yet : I I.. .tilttfl"._.aIIr \trii,,.,. tP
be one of the outstanding of the I illuuil

The Seal 01 Approval 11 *

Talked to a woman farmer -- S I '3 e'S __a,_...,. _-. 5- 5 -
.. ..
Each year, as the Christmas season approaches who said that she and ner hus- c ,

the National Tuberculosis Association band had just rescued a pig .
carries on its annual Christmas Seal Campaign. that was almost dead, and that I SSlSlsl!iahiSan5StrtMT

These she was feeding it out of a bottle. -' a san U.. 0 ..... ...
familiar symbols of the Christmas season nsa. a .'.s.u.??'Mi' ".".."iSi""i"ti".... ::"Ki ...,..s.a.. -
Uam M
S urn. mmmm .s.MM mmmm MM.u.mi MM ii usa I
will !soon be in the mail throughout Bradford We 'tried to warn her 'that .- ....; ;;;;i;;; ;;;i- ;.;;;;=;;;::;==;;;;;;::;;:;;;;;;;;;;; ;.;;;;;;;3;=.. a..uasa
she had beter get the pig'back in 'S l. Sl Sill 1141 5555 555 S U.d5NI5.SO5a55.us..uuS..s..a- S...SS u. s..Ini .... -- aaam. uuluas "s SS
County and it would be hard to find a cause .i a U 555*SaSS USC U Sd mi Ii i ,_ ,, \
tVlA...- .Httot...-.* oe: y uvv.cnrm. ae: .. nrtceiHla t".u.; ni V us... S.. aRS a.. r.x.::. :r ,..u a..u as..a...a...a... --- a
more worthy of public interest and support. _/_ '\\\\L JI I I

Great strides ,..... y... YYW. .y.... _
have been made in fighting

tuberculosis) due in no small part to the work of PINE} LEVErL ,' -- S 5- -- -- -- ---- -- S =,:: ,= _,____- (
the Association -' ---
and to the financial success past -- ------ -

sales have achieved. But a great deal more remains -

to be done and !Mrs. II. M. MeRaeIAAAAAAAAALAAA&aAAAAAAAA ., -
must be done. Latest estimates 1
indicate that 250,000 Americans have active < 'S

TB 100,000 of them unknown to health .:.".'
Recent guests of Mr. and :Mr. .
authorities. In addition, ,there are almost two d --- .5
H. H. Lewis were Mr. .and Mrs. ,
million people with inactive TB, and half a million Dan Lewis of Kingsland, Ga. ';"' I II I

of them are still in need of medical super- Mrs. A. F. Hall and Mrs. Owen I

vision or public health followup.It %v. McRae, and ,sons of Jackson- -' 'or,-' .,, I

is startling to know that an estimated 55 ville visited the H. M. McRae '7 . I 1
million American, (a third of the population) are visitors Tuesday at of the last week.McRaes Saturday home BOiPFSfffiUiVCI? ..... :

infected with the germs that cause TB, and that were the Robert Taylor familyof .

,almost three million of this huge group will develop Olustee T. N. Norman of

TB in their lifetimes if the present rate of Heilbronn, the Robert Myricks of ,

development of disease from infection continues. Starke. Mrs.. \V.Vt Wood and

Early diagnosis and immediate treatment are Mrs. F. L. Connors ,of Jackson .,' ._. ...."..

essential in the control of tuberculosis. Education ville. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins.of ,I'lie' _. e!.... JiTIiiIMIWF'
of the Lawtey.The -- -
public and continued research are

other Sale\'ittil'eapons supports the in this work war.of the The 3,000 ChristmasSeal voluntary Pine Level young Church people'last meeting Friday at THE GOLDEN, JUBILEE- CAR- f I'll 1 1' Iii I-I 11 1

tuberculosis associations in this country night was well attended and en- n's & revolution on wheels-boldly planned jJ l p r 1 ii. I tJA J .J'trom.the

joyed by all. Anniver- .. .
begindngasa Golden
very .
and its possessions, and it is reassuring to know H. P. Fouts of Lake Butlerr : .

that of the money raised each year in local communities 'and his sisters Mrs. Alice Crosby .. saryshowpiecef. ti and General. otor8. .* $ .'
ninety-four cent remains within and Mrs. Roberta Lamb of see-here is unlike
per This one you really must a car any _
the state where it is contributed. Tampa spent Saturday night and you'have ever !" Golden ubilee'Pn.bac Sis

Sunday with their brothti'.in-law of in four brilliant .. ,
The Christmas Seal campaign begins November actually an.all-newvbreed_ cars: I
and sister, Mr. and Mra H. H. .
15 ,land will continue through December. Lewis. Mr. Fouts and Mrs. Lamb .series and 16 sleek models covering virtually everybracket Aero'Frame) "t1 ; 4S 0

Mailing lists have been revised this and n : STABILITY
year accompanied by theH.. M. MC-J .P __ .
more people will receive the seals in Bradford Raes attended funeral servicesfor S
In all of them you'll! find engineering advances BO Here is the biggest basic construction change tlnce; the .
County than ever before. It is hoped that the :Mrs. Mae Bennett at the ,
.. dari gly'dift'rent yet so basically Souhd'that'they will early days 'motoring. Pont 6e'8 mvlutionary new frame a"" S SS
Christian -
response will be equally vigorous so the great Church in Lake Butler r: trigger the next 'big. ange 'in automobile'" design. .'.'' 'design is lighter, stronger, more stable than the \ '" '
Sunday afternon. Mrs. Lamb 'r'
remained S
work being done by the national association may WI 'illustrated "but conventional box used other .
for a longer Visitith You'll find V few of these ideas here; type on cars.. S :-
continue unabated. '
relatives here. .. even they can't; begin'to: tell the full story. '

Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall returned discover the newest S .Quadra- 04il .
be the first to .
Why not among_ j \ j. .
:Back To The .Dark from Atlanta last week. '
AgesMusic in for '
new" '
They visited their son-in.law and When you meet this)biplcl .PonTiac'you'r: ROADABILITY 0 1'j; '
driving thrill that i is impossible lo duplicate in cars
lovers of the nation have gained at least daughter. Rev. J. Murrhee and a So make it a point.to see Only the wheels know where the bumps are! : '
ofconventtonaldesigi. your
son at Hillard last ? '
Friday. Pontiac's new suspension tnds dive ,
one small concession from radio and television geometry f
S ,
and to yourself car o
Pontiac no
dealer soon prove : j
Misses St
Pansy and Joyce Crosby and bounce }
networks sway to bring you the! :
not to alter the words -
of Jacksonville visited in history ever left yesterday so far behind! f"j/ .
their smoothest ride
of any official state I easiest an&ingvu'ie i' 1 '. J-;,>.: ,'
song. parents the L. A. Crosbys, Sat- S \./ \f ". .. ,'eI known! .- r 5- I

This concession followed the furor created urday night and Sunday. I '

when networks. started ,dropping certain folk Sorry to hear that Mrs. ,Jeff .. .i\ :_ Ciroles'Of'Steel lJ9.S"

words 'from Stephen Foster melodies. ,And a Lewis is still confined to the ; :- Tempest. ;
hospital. We wish her ,and all S : S -- '- 'SAFETY
New York City school board went 'a step further PonbaeaNwA'rRde PERFORMANCES. .
Con v tioealSpringe r. :
the other sick ones a speedy re- 'r.. 1,
in clamping down Mark immortal S Pontiac's completely new body construction '
on Twain's .., S Try Ponfiac'shew'jewded-acfum response{"
'Huckleberry, Film" for allegedly'offensive words. covery. ,- Ever-Level .iiTie. :surrounds you with girder steel protection- 0 Scores of exclusive engineering S
J S above, below,fore and aft. Now can drive with
be lfIXutions.trade PonKac's
Let us thankful for this .small concessionand CORRECTION' .. hefty power
hope that it marks, the reversal of a trend The most perfect suspension-system ever designed-and Pontfi'!a I 'wonderful new peace of mind! ', plant a miracle smcfhness t... S ..

which, if carried to :'the, --extreme would result A, recent, news item iiThe," : revolutionary Aero-Frame is specifically designed for It! and you can choose from four horsepower S

.. Telegraph .referred lo the 'JUue Air cushions on all four wheels literally float,you over the ratings including Tri-Power Car&urrtjonV .
in the banning of all material that happened to'offend" ,J'.
Chip Tavern." Ths! is an, error. S i mPI'. keep the ear-perfectly level regardless of load or road! and Fud Injection,
any race, religion or profession. Then _
The (correct name of th'e establishment ) 5S i- 'A ntra-cott option. .
-A. we could- all live} f in.-a'cultural'vacuumcomparAble is'th ',Blue. Chip" Rest- -- .' S ,' 5' 5 0 S- .1-.' -..3f. {*' .: ." ',. ,"', 4!
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and of Gainesville Sun We are sorry to report that
of Gainesville visited the son were
!W.'YtYYYfYYYYYYYYYYYYY ville on Sunday for a visit with ''of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse on held in which three .Maxvillegirls I 9YYYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy children
George Tetstone Sunday after- day guests of the li' son Gl ens. Mrs. Annie Johnson is seriouslyill
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish.Mr. Saturday night. Those attending participated. They were
:Members of the Brooker Garden in the Bradford County HoS-
LAWTEY and Mrs. Landon Griffia of i were Charles and Mike Norman, Evelyn Coleman, Virginia Can- BROOKERBy noon. Club attended the District Con-
weekend Rafuse Mra and Strickland. Evelynand Mrs. Rufus Green has returned pital.Mr.
Jacksonville spent the Charlie Smith Joan non Kay
at .
with the Clyde' servation Conference Camp I and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and
after short visit
By Mn. Joyce T. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAA with Mr. and Mrs. Levin Griffis Mattie Carter, and sons, and Virginia were among the Barbara Sue Davis Robersons a in Clermont.Mrs. O'Leno on Oct. 29 were Mrs. Lou- i children of Starke and Mr. and

AAAA&&&..' and the R. H. Wheelers.Mr. Miss Dora Lee Carter. finalisls. Gloria Burnsed of Bald- ise Wood,. Mrs. Ann Kleinman Mrs. Rudolph Stokes of Alachua
crowned && &&&&&&&&&&&&&&AAA*.' Joyce Castlen and sons
and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand :Mrs. Edward Beebe visited Mr. win won and was Mrs. Dorothy Jean Douglas, Mrs. visited, the H. E. Stokes familylast
Mr.'and Mrs. C. G. Hodges bade daughters were Sunday and Mrs. J. C. Detweiler and "Queen of Baldwin High School"by Iva Mae Lewis, daughter of and Mrs. C.. L. Atkinson visited Rosa Pinhulster, and Mrs. Lu- Sunday.

Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs C. B'i Miss Woodie Houston in Jack- Patsy Smith of Maxville who Mrs. Amanda Lewis of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis in cretia Green. Hugh E. Crosby, AE I-3. has

Leslie Sweat and daughters of Cannon in Starke. I sonville on Saturday. was the former Queen. and Willie Shorts of Gainesvillewere Starke last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited returned to his station at Moffet

Maxvflle.. Sympathy is extended to the' Miss Gloria Crawford of Jack- Baldwin High School's "B" united in marriage last Sat- Janette Green:: ,who has been a the O. R. Ganos at Swan Lake Field Calif. after a brief visit
Mrs. H. H. Hamilton and Mrs. urday afternoon in Folkston Ga. patient in Lake, Butler Hospital, i weekend.. I
family of the late Joe Griffis. sonville was the weekend guestof airing football team played with vith his mother, Mrs. R. R. Carl-:
Joyce Futch attended a tea hon- The bride and groom will reside' is home now to, all of her class- Barbara Sue Davis attended a
Rev. and Mrs. Horace J. Wil- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fernandina Beach last Tuesday
oring Miss Donna Killinger of in Gainesville on N. E. 4th Ave. mates. Halloween party at the home of ton.Mrs.
and defeated
liams and family of Jacksonville Jack Crawford. night, Oct. 29, was Stella Seats of Hutchin-
Gainesville given by Mrs. G. L. dinner guest of 7to6. Jean Ellen Crawford, daughterof Juanita Slalnakcr has been released Linda Gale McRae in Starke last Kan. is her
were Sunday son. visiting daughter,
patten and Mrs. L. A. Canovaat Miss Gloria Anderson and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Crawfordof from Lake Butler Hospital Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt and The Bolles Football team defeated Mrs. L. R. Elzey. for two months.
the Patten home in Starke in and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson had as Worthington Springs and W. H. after being on the critical list fora Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of New Mrs. Onie Raulerson of Orlando
family.Mr. Baldwin's "A" string last -
Saturday afternoon. guests during the weekend Mr. Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. few days. River is now employed as post-
visited the Dick
and Mrs. J. D. Davis of Friday afternoon 53 to 0. The Raulersons
Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had and Mrs. B. B. Morris of Jack- Hayes of Brooker, were united in Mr. ard Mrs. Dan Lewis of master of the Brooker post office and Lee Parrish family last week
as Friday visitor Ben and Ver- Jacksonville have a new babyson. I sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. game was played in Jacksonville.Next marriage last .Sunday afternoonat Kingsley, Ga. visited Mrs. Felia since the retirement last week of Kenneth Parrish of
Jacksonville. On Mrs. Davis is the f ormer Barrett and family of the State Friday night Baldwin will 3:30: o'clock in the Freewill Tyndall
non Rowe of Moore and the Noon Motts recent Truby Pinholster. We wish to AFB, Panama City, visited his
Florida at Tallahassee.
Sunday her guests were the Bill Miss Sandra Padgett. .Farm. play High Baptist Church, Worthington ly. say thanks to Truby for a job parents, the Lee Punishes, last
Burney family of Jacksonville.Mr. Pete Crews spent Saturday Fagan Richardson of Riprey, Good luck to you boys. Springs. After a wedding trip, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. well done and welcome Mrs. Wig- weekend.

and Mrs. Leon Starlingand night with his aunt Mrs. Daisy Miss. was a recent visitor at the A group of about 20 young they will reside in Worthington.Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott were Mr. and gins to her new post. Hinton and
at Heilbronn. people enjoyed a hay ride and and Mrs. John Sullivan and H. E. Stokes in daughter,
family of Jacksonville visit Crews, T. W. Tatum home. are Mrs. Jack Simmons and son Mrs. was Starke
Hudson Ohio
Cherie, are visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Shufordon The Paul Bennett family visit- The Earl Mosleys' Sunday weiner roast last Friday night the proud parents of a son born Mr. and Mrs. Hershell: Layfieldand and Gainesville on business Mon- the Earl Green this week.
Sunday. ed the George Kerseys in Starkeon guest were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar out in the Griffis pasture. Mr. last Friday in the Gainesville children of. Gainesville.Mr. day.Mr. ing
Freddy Dinkins of Jacksonville Saturday. I Strickland of Green Cove and and Mrs. C. B. Nolan, Mr. and I hospital.- and Mrs. Earl Gordon and and Mrs. "George Raburn We are sorry to hear that Lon-

pent, the weekend with his The R. L. Smith family of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and Mrs. J: C. Nolan, Mrs: Ruby Dur- Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Tetstoneand children of Palatka and Mr. and have returned after spending a nie Parker is ill in the Gainesville

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. I* Starke guests of the Paul family of satsuma.Mrs. rence and Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore daughters were Sunday din- Mrs.. Jack Jones and Mrs. Gerald few days in Homosassa. and Or- hospital.
were chaperoned them. Everyone hada ner guests of the C. J. Tetstonesin Jones of Gainesville visited their lando. NOTICE--Sorry I don't have
Dinkins. E. C. Priest of Starke, -
Bennets on Sunday.Mr. : nice time. Gainesville. mother last Sunday.Mr. Visiting the Dennis Hodges on time to see everyone for news. I
Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Massey weekend with her very
] the son,
hadas spent
and Mrs. L. s. Tanner Mr. and Mrs. James -Robertson and Mrs. Kenneth Russ and Sunday were Mrs. Corbett Horn have placed a news box in Green's
Ga. 'from Tuesday Buddy Padgett, son of Mr. and
were In Barwick. weekend Hubert, and family.Mr.
guests during the of Clermont were weekend guestsOf son of Melrose visited the Ernest and sons of Lake City and Mr. Grocery. Anyone wishing to may
until Thursday due to the and Mrs. St. Clair Griffis Mrs. Preston Padgett, returned
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Day- th Dick
Raulersons.Mr. Russes recently. and Mrs. Frank Lee of Fernan- leave news items there or mail to
death of Rev. Massey's father, I tcna, and Billy Thompson of and family were Sunday guestsof last Wdenesday from Marianna and. Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Hardee dina Beach. me at Brooker.
Wiley L. Massey. t -SfarVo-...-. the Harrison Mosleys at Clay where rn he- had m snent the. last eight-

Priends'of Mrs. O. J. Phillipswill Misses Lynn Perint and Joy Hill.Mr. months. ,

regret to learn that she is a Starling with their 4-H leader and Mrs. Jack Estes were ; Mrs. Fannie Griffis bought the

patient in Baptist Hospital. Jack- Miss Dorothy Ross of Starke, in Jacksonville on Sunday for a old section house here and had I "
onville. O. J. Danny, and Miss were in Tallahassee on Saturday. visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. S. it moved over on the black top

Ola Mae Phillips. Billy Ga Jdns They served as judges at the Burdette. road near the railroad, where I I
Miss Elizaheh Terry and Mrs. Northeast Florida Fair. Mrs. R. W. Mosley is visitingher she plans to remodel it and rentit. ( Fresh Florida Dressed and Drawn

Joyce Futch visited her on Sun George Prescott, who has beena parents, Mr. and Mra. Hugh-* We are all very glad to see '

day afternoon. patient in Veterans Hospital. ey. in Orlando.Mr. more dwellings go up here as "

Miss Betty Gaskins, Mrs. Floy returned to the Lee Green home I and Mrs. D. B. Thomas they are very badly needed. J WHOLE CUT UP'

Bennett and Gary were among( last Friday. and family had as guests duringthe 'Mrs.. Mary Crawford and Mrs

those attending the football Word has beep: received that weekend Mr. and Mrs. Janie Thelma Lee Higginbotham and n. FRYERS

game in Daytona on Friday.Mr. I' Bootsie starling received a discharge Clarke and sons of Macclenny, children of Lawtey spent last IB 39CLBSuperRight
and Mrs. Guy Futch and from the Air Force on Mrs. Winnie Harris and daughter Tuesday with Mrs. Rudy Higgin-

family had as Sunday guestsMr. Friday, and will be in Utah for of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.D. botham and daughter.

and Mrs. Johnny Crawfordand some time before coming to visit' J. Parrish of Maxville. Mrs. Hester Hicks of Lawteyand

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crawford. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin- Mrs. Marian Mars of Jack-

of Macclenny and the Leon Sauls mot Starling. botham and sons of Maxville sonville visited Sunday with Mr.
of Hampton.Mr. Commodore Crews of W. T. were Sunday guests of the James and Mrs. Dan Parrish and fam-

and Mrs. Earl Starling and Edwards Hospital Tallahassee. Waters family.Mr. .
last week with his wife and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and ily.The
weekend spent
family of Lakeland were Maxville PTA will hold
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl and daughters. David were in Jacksonville on their regular business meeting C
Sunday for a visit with Mr. and
Norman Hamil-
Mr. and Mrs
Hilliard. next Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 2:30:
ton and daughter of Gainesville Mrs. Paul Seaver and Mr. and LB PKGS
Mrs. Bryant Reddish spent p. m. in the school house. All
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brasaell and family.Mr. 59I
from Tuesday until Saturday in I I parents are urged to attend.
Tallahassee with Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. H. H. Hamilton. Mr. and and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Winfred Wilkinson preached at

O. Pons and family.r Mrs. Alfred Hudson of Gainesville I Webster came Sunday for a visit the evening services in the Long
Hamilton with his mother, Mrs. Mary Red I
Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley and visited the! nn Branch Baptist Church last Sun-
family, Mrs. Melson Privett and Sunday.Mr. dish. Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke day night.

Miss Bernice Privett attended and Mrs. Henry Tanner spent Sunday with them. Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Higdon
church at Black Pond near Mid- and son of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevail attended Hickory Grove Baptist
of his parents, and daughter of Jacksonvillecame
dleburg on Sunday. Sunday guests Church in Green Cove Springs
Miss Minnie Lee Griffis returned Mr.and Mrs. Dave Tanner. last weekend and carried Sunday night, where Rev. Hig-
o to her home from Hope Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carter and Mrs. Susie Prevatt to see her don preached. CAMPBELL'S FANCY

Haven Hospital on Sunday. Lewis Mrs. Mattie Carter and family son Raymond who is quite ill. We regret that Joe Padgett 55 OFF
Griffia of Indian River City spent Sunday in Jacksonvillewith Mrs. Ollie Pick drove her parents -
I was taken suddenly ill while attending -
spent the weekend with her and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pope Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Russell church services at Long 1DE 61C TOMATO JUICE

their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy and daughter and Mrs. Robert to Tampa on Friday and returned Branch Baptist Church Sunday 2 LGE BOXES

Griffis. Meyers and daughter. Mrs. Meyers home by bus on Saturday. night and had to be taken to
Mrs. sam Hicks and Mr. and and daughter came home The Pick family were in Lake Baker County Hospital for treat-
with them for visit. City on Sunday for a visit with
Mrs. Glen Shuford were in Max- a Mrs. H. R. Kilgore visited her
Mr. and Mrs L. P. Rafuse and !oil'. and Mrs Bud Carter and sister Mrs. Paul Garrett and 46 ozcanyc

LIV;' BAIT Joan spent Sunday afternoon son.George sons In Jacksonville: Tuesday: ANN PAGE PURE FRUIT
with Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Cannon Mosley and sons visited Little Chuckle' Garrett 'returned

FOR SALE and daughter at the State Farm. Gold Head Branch on Sunday.
home with her to spend the
I Ronald Kimbrell was a guest I The Robert Waldrons had as
SHINERS 1.50 Per Doz. I of his mother, Mrs. Lois Hinson, guests during the weekend the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robersonand .

in Jacksonville last weekend.Mr. Harley Waldrons and Mr. and daughter spent Sunday' with .
MO. l\IINNOWS-50e Doz. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had Mrs. Tip Coursons of Jackson Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family;

STRICKLAND'SLANDING as J.guest C. Prevatt during family the of weekendthe Ocala, villeMr.. and Mrs. Erlie Pargett Their frends will be interestedto A this low Lb
know that they have moved to big buy at price 21b jar 39C 3 95CLaundry
and the L. H. Harpers of King- and family visited Mrs. Lige Tallahassee.Mr. .

sley Lake. Douglas in Lake Butler on Sun- and Mrs. Bud Waters and
KINGSLEY LAKE The Intermediate Class of the i day.Mr. family of Jacksonville visited
Phone 2551 Starke and Mrs. Ressie Anderson Bleach
Woodlawn Baptist Church en- I with Mrs.
Saturday Dorothy Brand
joyed a weiner'roast' at the home had as guests during the week- Waters and family. t Super-Right .
end Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Starlingof GLOROXQuart
Attendance at the Maxville
Green Cove, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Sunday School has been on the WITH

Stofka of Jacksonville, and Mr. decline. Only 88 were 'present CHILI BEANS 1.lmcans 39c 19c

and Mrs. Hamp Henry of Starke. last Sunday. Let's all try hard to
Mr. and Mrs. James Starling .
keep going.
of Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs
guests of the Josie starling fam- D. B.. Griffia and daughter, an Jane Parker Delicious Dark 20 Mule TeamBORAX

ily.Mr.. and Mrs. Claude Rowe Mr.children and and Mrs.Mr.Henry and Griffis Mrs. Dan and "Ib size

t were business visitors to Gaines- Groves and Virginia Cannon attended FRUIT CAKE 2 > $$1.45

I Ir ville on Monday. the singing at the 'Black Small =
Pond Church at Middleburg last 1Q

i We are glad that Mrs. Kyle Fresh Flavorful" A&P

r Cannon is able to be again
up Facial' TissueKLEENEX'

after Mr. a and recent Mrs. illness.Guy Frigo and INSTANT COFFEE ozjar$1.05$
1RCA l i children of Jacksonville, Sonny,
( I Boy Griffis and Mr. and Mra

Millard Strickland and daughterswere 200 for
I I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marshal of 2 29

Gainesville were guests of Mr. nie Griffis dinner on guests Sunday.Mrs. of. Mrs. Fan- PEARS ''ona Halves 2% can 33c t .

\ and Mrs. George Brown and fam- Doris Strickland and Mrs.

-- .ily last Sunday. Ruby Owen had to take Mrs. .
Mrs. Richard and her I
Covey Owens' daughter, Peggy to the
Victor Dotton.low-priced table mother-in-law of Jacksonville'''' LARGEGiant

r TV with "lean and Clean" styling that visited Mr. and Mrs. George Duval Medical Center Tuesdayfor Ann Page .
saves you space. New, "MirrorSharp"picture262 Brown and family Saturday.We .
' sq. in. of viewable area. regret that G. W. Brown Miss Minnie Ridgeway is con- 303 for
fined 2 2 39c
to the Weeks
Nursing igecan %
"High-Sharp-and-Eofy" tuning with new"OneTouch" has been ill again and had to Home in Jacksonville now and RED KIDNEY BEANS 21'Daily ,
on-off control' Improved miss school most of last week.
seems to be improving.Mr. .
Balanced fidelity Sound. Powerful new Mr. and Mrs. Farley Rhodenof .
and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and
Crocker Food
super chassis.Ebony;mahogany grained Macclenny visited Saturdayand I. Betty Angel
daughters visited in '
or limed oak grained finishes extra: Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.E. Brand (3 Diets, Beef Liver or Fu6)
Lawtey with Mrs. Cora Hodge.
21T820 Series.' D. Higginbotham and sons. CAKE MIX

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Williamson ,
and children of Jacksonville CARD OF THANKSWe DOG FOOD.5i 1 pound ns 37C Lemon
ONLY 18995
spent Sunday and Monday with wish to express our thanks .
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Williamsonand and gratitude to our friends and

son at the J. &: B Truck neighbors for their many acts of .
Stop. kindness, beautiful flowers, and

Manning Baby words of sympathy during our I

TV ServiceAll Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Man- recent bereavement.-the familyof Nice and Juicy Sweet Juicy I
ning are announcing the arrivalof R. U. Parmenter.
a son born Sunday. Nov. 3, at
Bradford County Hospital. The F FLORIDA ORANGES

young man has been named Rich- FOR DEPENDABLE COCONUTS each |
ard Laurie. Mrs. Manning will
Work Guaranteed Free Estimates be remembered as the Miss '

Fully Equipped Dependable Charlene McKinney of Starke.Mr. Termite Control Per Dozen 2ScI.

and Mrs. Bob Nolan and .

All Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S son of Seville visited Sunday S Household Jk CommercM I. 39'F:
with Mrs. Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Feet ControlS : I

family. ....... MtiMOfl MM ",..n..._ UMM
The Maxville Home Demon- Grove Spraying
stration Club will meet Tuesday,
Nov. 12, at the home of Mrs. WI FL 6-6035 APPLES 4lbbag

INMAN D. GREEN, Owner Claude Greene. The demonstration .
Florida Pest Control WAI ATUMIC *fACIfiC 1U C9MMNT
will be special occasion

TV Radio ._ Seat Covers Uphobterinf foods. In the afternoon the club & Chemical Co.

members will make
Phone Starke Fla.
Last Thursday night at the 24 N. W. 16th Av,;

Halloween Carnival at the Baldwin 8aIDePIDe. Florida

school a beauty contest was v __ .___ _ _

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. ___-----_._ _-.._._._,__._s_....._._'_._--_.,1n-L_._.. Nettles-Ariclrews not so filed shall ,be void. Confesso will be entered against
I .. Miss Donna KillingerIs Blue Ribbon ilornOfPlenty I sf Nell R. Andrews as admin .vou according to law.
\1 r.p, .I f f.r! .: istratrix! of the Estate of J. Witness my hand and seal of our
, I Presented Here %V. Andrews, Jr.. deceased. Circuit Court, this 4 day of Nov.,
. 7 _ First publication November 8, 1956. A.D.. 1S57.tOFFICIAL.
I At Beautiful TeaMrs. 11/8 4t 11/:' Charles SEAL A. Darby.)

Clerk, of Circuit Court.
L.. -A. Canova and Mrs. : AOTICE TO CREDITORS" Philip rarton. Attorney for Plaintiff -
I t- Florida Mutotrs 216 S. E. 1st Street, Gainesville,
G. L. Patten entertained at a IB the Co.rt .t the Vonntr Judge, Florid .
.' beautiful tea Saturday afternoonat Bradford Coaatr, Florida, I 11/8 4t 11/!'
In ProbateIn
Gladys Mooty I the home of ,the latter at,505E. re: Estate of l1E'orge8'hmidt

.. a/k/a Gustave K. Schmidt de 1' _ _
------------------- ---- -' Bridges street to introduce -
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Miss Donna Killinger, fianceeof '1'011 Creditor and Pernom haying -
Three World Relations
YoungstersFete Levy A. Canova Jr. (Claim or Demand Again t

BirthdaysStan Program PlannedBy 'k The Patten home waa attract- Said You Estate.and each of you are hereby

: :: ively decorated for the occasion notified and required to present
Woman's ClubAn any claims and demands 'which
and Bret Taylor celebrated -' with artistic ,arrangements of you. or either ofOU, may have
' their birthdays at a joint' bronzed leather leaf fern and against the estate of
interesting on International George K. Schmidt
theatre party last Saturdarartern'oon. Relations program will begiven sago palms interspersed with deceased late of said County to ;;- frk
- Stan was 9 years old pink carnations, placed at vantage the County Judge of Bradford
at the November meetingof at his office in the court
f County
on Nov. 5 and Bret 6 points The tea
waa years throughout.
house of said at
the tarke Woman's Club ; County Starke
old on Nov. 4. : table was overlaid with a white r Florida, within eight calendar
next Wednesday afternoon at months from the time of the first
lace cloth over pink damask and
Following the matinee the 22 3:30 o'clock. Publication of notice. Each claimor
young guests enjoyed ice cream. i : I centered with ,a beautiful ,arrangement demands shan be in writing and
Mrs. J. T. Cocomise is chair- .. shall state the place of residenceand ; 1
cake and candy at the Ray P. I .1. of white, gladioli. pink WA
I man of the program with Mrs. post office address of the
Taylor home in Saratoga Heights. carnations and ,bronzed leather 'i laimant. and shall be sworn to by 4
cochairman.On .
I Clyde' Sinclair as s
4": leaf fern. Balancing the arrange- the claimant his agent his attor-
Heights. the hostess committee are ney, and any such claim or demand I|
ment were four single silver One of the outstanding exhibits ,
/: not so filed shall be void.
den.Art ,
Mrs. J. H. Dupre, chairman. Mrs. .
;-r-' candle holders with burning pink at the Bradford County Fair last (pictures)-Mrs. R. N. Cad- Charles M. Schmitt as admini- ASK "pCHARLEY .
Bdbty Dodd celebrated his I. N. Breazeale, Mrs. Gilbert strator of the Estate of GeorgeK.
I '-1' tapers: with pink 'maline bows week was this horn of plenty dell and Mrs. Dean Rhoden. Schmidt, deceased.
Seventh birthday anniversary on Mrs, 0. L. '
Newcomb. Haynes.
t1 ;; tied at the base. All appoint- prepared by members of the Sampler-Mrs. C. :M. Seigler. Firt publication November 8, 1956. 'E. JOHNS & SON
Saturday afternoon with weiner
a :Mis. Cula Coran Mrs. L. H. 118'4t 11/29
'fH:: ments on the table were silver. State Farm 'Home Demonstration Pillow Cases-Mrs., J. G. Cald- -
roast for 15 of his young I Jennings, Mrs. L. Hillendahl, about this question
$lit' The buffet held two silver candelabra Club teing examined by-Mrs.L. IB Th* Clwnlt Court of Florida.
friends [I Mrs. C. A. Knight, J.lrArthur ; well.Reed I
yg tied at the base with pink E.: Dugger, 'president of the Ba.skets-Mrs. Lawrence Eighth Judicial ('I 1'.0 It. I.nd' "too I
McUae and Mrs. Ethel Lowell. p "many trips are spoiledby
The :ynungsterfi enjoyed games ; maline 'bows and holding burning Home Demonstration County Wiggins. For..Bradford County. IB ChanJohn -I'

'durin( the party hours and were | [. .; pink tapers. A miniature bride Council, and Mrs. J; E. Hitch- Crochet-Mrs. R. !tr- Caddell ocr)C. Plack, DIVORCE. auto accidents and other

given favors of balloons and can- !{WSCS Circle 4 doll centered the arrangement.In and Mrs Dean Rhoden. Plaintiff. FILE XO. injuries, or having ..luggage
tt4 I cock.Miss vs.
dy and Die traditional birthday JlS; ;i the receiving line were'Mrs. Dorothy Ross, general Rug-Mra G. H. Bennett. Marie S. Black, 12-435 and belongings stolen or lost.
Circle \ of ; ,
I the lanova, Mrs. Patten, Miss Kil- chairman of the woman's division The .horn of plenty with arrangement Defendant __ You wind up spending the
cake and ice cream. WPCs will) mee* at the home of Order of Publication and Notice To
I linger and her mother, Mrs. of the fair, said that many of fruit grown by Defend money for medical costs or

_' Mrs. Leo Champion on Road 16 Gordon Killinger, of Gainesville fine -exhibits .were shown by ,the members won a blue ribbon. To Marie C. Black, Residence: 430 belongings. Does
Hudson Street, Manhattan N V., your
Ea'A. n-xt Tuesday evening, Nov Presiding at the silver coffee women and girls. Four-H Girls winning blue ribbons X. Y. this
agency supply new Trip
12 at 8 o'clock with Mis. Bill service were Mrs. Charley E. i Blue ribbon. award winnerswere .were: You. are hereby notified that L
there has been filed by John C. Accident and Baggage insurance -
Johns and Mrs. Doyle E. Conner. : Lynn Perint (Lawteypenof )
Thompson co-hostess.. Black, in the Circuit Court of Brad "
-I'' Assisting in serving and caring Green String Beans-Mrs. J. bantams. ford County, Florida, his Complaint ? *.... i

Brownies To MeetThe for the guests were Mrs. Junius G. Caldwell, Mrs. St. Claire Grif- ,, (Barbara Shadd (Starkepenof ) therein against prayed you and for that is a the divorce.relief

Smith, Mrs. T. J. Alderman, MrsE. fis! and..Mrs.--Tim Rogers. bantams. This is therefore to command

I Brownie scouts will meet L. Matthews, Mrs. G. B. Peas-Mrs.. Tim Rogers and Lorraine Priest (Lawtey- you said cause to file on your or written before the defense 18 day in Charley E Jobs

SUN., MON., TUES. :Mr. and Mrs. Flynn, Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Mrs. D. 'Mrs. .Lottie Edwards. apron. of December A.D., 1957. and that
November 10 11 12 Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 12. at Vollie Andrews 3 L. Thomas, Mrs. W.. H. Graham. Pears-Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Joan Carter you shall)) thereafter on or before
'(Hampton-em-) the 18'day of December, 1957, ser\e
DOUBLE FEATUREShowndown" 3:30 o'clock at the home of :MraJ. of Jacksonville announce the Mrs. J. R: Wainwright.-. H. Jelly-Mrs. Elden Sapp and broidered scarf. a copy of your defenses if any on & Son

At D. Warren, 321 N. Myrtle St. marriage of their daughter, A. Lawson, Mrs. Sarah Hunter Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Patricia Pellum-'-- ress. Gainesville Philip Barton Florida.216 S. Attorney E. 1st Street for, Agency I

All Brownies who have not turn- Mary Elizabeth, to Daniel Elbert L md Misses Joan Furlong, Mary Tomatoes-Mrs. Tim Rogers. Linda Cox (Starke)-reed basket the Plaintiff and in/mediately: '
Abilene Katharine Wainwright, Harriett Pickles-Mrs. Tim thereafter file the original in my Phone:! 13 Starke Flat
ed in their $1 fee must do so at Nettles, son of Mrs. Flora Bell I : otfi'e.Ullon-failuTeto cemply with.
Powell "
IV TECnNICOLOU Edith Lou Killinger and Chow. Chow-Mra. Dean Rho- either of the aVe, a Decree Pro I
this meeting. Nettles of Long Bridge. The -r -* -'Aflfletft: :Mott (Brooker)-jelly.,
With Jw'k Mahoney Martha Hyer Mickey Whittingslow. I _.- -
and Lyle Bettger I wedding was an event of Nov 1 Approximately 200 called dur- Starke Man Dies Joe -
S. Griff; ;
AND i at S p. m. in the home of Rev.D. ing the hours three to five o'-

ODONGOStarring I GAS-TOONS A. Greek in Jacksonville. clock. Alter AccidentAt Taken By DeathJoe I

Rhonda Fleming and

MacDonald Carey -By- New Budget AdoptedBy Little Women Jax NAS S. Griffis, 77, died Friday, This

Plus Color Cartoon for Children ,Nov. 1. at his home near Lawtey

GIB BROWN Junior Women, ; The Little Women's Club will after a brief illness.

Wed., Thur. --- Nov. 13, 14 Thirteen Join ClubThe meet Tuesday evening Nov. 12. Harold. Gray, 27, of Route 1, He is survived by a daughter,

DOUBLE FEATURE at 7:30 o'clock in the club house. Starke, died Thursday in the Mrs. Mittie Varnes, of Lawtey;

I Thia._ is cnipst: nierVit....,.._ en momVioro... .. Jacksonville Naval Air Station
-- '" ---- .u six
The Dawson
sons, Coatsie
Big Caper.Mary induction or 13 new mem- ,
\ are asked to bring a date. Hospital as a result of injuries
Costa! and Ilory Calhoun J } bers and the adoption of the new Dopsie, Curtis, and Ancil, all of
received in DO
an accident at the YOUR SHOPPING
And l annual budget was included in Lawtey; a brother, Willie, of
base, where he
was stationed.
nW Jt the activities of the Starke Jun- Guild Unit 2 Lawtey; and two sisters, Mrs.
He Laughed LastIn betails of the accident have not
ior Woman'a Club at its meeting i Cinda, Griffis, Jacksonville; and
TECHNICOLORWith Monday night. The Wesleyan Service Guild. been released but it is understood Mrs. Alice Holton, Titusville.

Frankie Laine and Lue rMarlow j\S j f Unit 2, will meet Tuesday evening that Gray was struck bya Funeral services were held

The members adopted a bud- i Nov. 12, at 6:30: o'clock at jeep. He had served in the Navy Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in AT HOME '

Plus! Color Cartoon ))==== :: get of $920 for the coming year the home of Mrs. Del Colley on for ten years. Evergreen Cemetery with Wilson: .
and in other financial action agreed -
N. Walnut Street for a dinner Surviving are his wife, ,Mrs. Funeral Home of Lake City in
Fri. Sat. Nov. 16 "Gib insists we wash to make each club member Tnez Green
--- 15 every meeting with Mrs. Colley as Gray and a daughter, charge. 'I
DOUBLE FEATURE windshield." responsible for obtaining ten $6 hostess. Deborah Ann, both of Starke; (One of a series of timely messages

Lord of the JungleWith donations for the swimming pool his mother, Mrs. Viola Gray of j Meeting PostponedBecause telling why, more than ever before _
We never fail to do the LITTLE fund. Mrs. Carl Roberts is chair- I[ '
Guild Tupelo, Ark.; and a sister, Mrs. this Christmas you should do your shop-
Sheffield Bomba Unit 1
Johnny a* extras that make a big man of this program. Delphin: Nance of Haiti, Mo. of the Armistice ping at HOME!)
and Morris Day
Wayne The new members accepted into ,
AndQuincannon difference. The Wesleyan Service Guild tpuneral' services were held holiday of Monday. Nov. 11, the
the club under the directionof
f Unit 1, will meet Tuedsay, Nov Sunday afternoon at 3'o'clock in next regular ,luncheon meetingof
Frontier Mrs. S. G. Denmark. member-
OlD BROWNSERVICE chairman Mrs. Bob 12, at 7:30 o'clock at the homeof the Boatdiain'Baptist Church the ,Bradford County Children's -
ship were with Rev.
ScoutWith Morris Miss Barbara Spencer Mrs. M. W. Cressler, 368 N Harris inharge. Committee will be post-
Cherry St.Executive. Burial was in the King- poned one week until Monday
Martin and
Tony Peggie '
Mrs. James Bloodworth. Mrs I
STATION iley Lake Cemetery with military NTov. 18. at 12 noon.
Castle Joseph'; G. Wood, :Mrs. Wendall rites at the graveside. De-

Plus Serial Chap. 14 and Color Standard Oil Products Duncan Mrs. Dolph Reddish. BoardThe Witt C. Jones Funeral Home was !OTirE TO CnEIMTOUS

Cartoon for Kids, Mrs. Shelly E. Shuman Mrs. Florida !vinlnlew
charge of In '..
arrangementsTurkeys thr-Court
ci the ( .
407 N. Temple Ave. William D. Smith, Mrs. Sam Executive Board of the "'- Bradford roun,,, Florida.

Za'ck, Mrs. Jack Griffin, Mrs. First Baptist Church met Tuesday In Probate
To Raise In re: Estate of J. W_ Andrews, Jr..
Warren Winkler and :Mrs. Harry at 11:30. a. m. in the church feC' ased.

I Elrod. with nine members present. Mrs Money For'Seniors To All (Creditor and TVnton Hat.

The new members will be hon Paul Raymond presided over the big SaId C'lainiN Extatr.or' Denlandaicalnxt :.

ored at a dinner at the club meeting. Turkeys will be the center of You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to
house, on Monday Dec. 2. attraction In two money-raising any claims and demands present which I

Iii A report en the District Meeting Beta Sigma Phi projects of"the BIts Senior; Class you. or either "of you, may have
against the estate of
held at the South Jackson- during the Thanksgiving seaSon. J. W. Andrews. Jr. .'. .
yule Woman's Club last Thursday The Beta Sigma Phi sorority Two turkeys will be given a- deceased late of said County to -

/ ;:::;::.:::::: attended by five Starke I I will meet Monday evening, Nov. way by the class between halvesof I County.the County at his Judge office of in the Hradford court -

?t: members was given by _Mrs. R. 'Ill, at 8 o'clock at the home of r the Homecoming football]I house of said County at Starke,, _

.. ... ..,.... : ;;;:::; ::;; B. Cauffman.Mrs. Mrs. Maxie Carter: Jr. game. Florida.months from within the time eight of calendar _____
"" ."'... .'x.. ... .. ......... .w..;,.... .w..w. the first __
Joseph D. Warren, social publication of notice. Each claim __ __
On Nov. 23 the class will _
Our advice to drivers is free, too! chairman announced that a buf- Recent.Birth sor a turkey shoot at the Perry spon or shall demands state the shall place be In of writing.residence: 'and _j ______ E.I I

fet-dinner dance will be held Sat- and post office address
kite of the
farm. A fee of
advice- 'ven when it come Bradford County Hospital an $1 per persOn
driver to listen to good claimant and shall be to
It a sworn by
pays urday Dec. 7 at the club hou. .
the back seat. We think you may profit from cn&r advice !v% nouncer, the following births: will be charged for the shoot the claimant, his agent, his attor t
from .
Reservations must be made and
kind need for with ney any such claim or demandALVAREZ'
about car insurance. How much and what TW Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Griffis, I

.aequate protection against the rUks of driving. No obligation.of Mrs.. by Warren Dec. 2.or :Mrs. T. C. HazenJr. I Starke, a daughter, Charlotte i Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Bulh'ngton, owners and

course. I Ann Nov. 1.. Men's.othIng operators of BULLINGTON STUDIO
j' &
Following the business meetIng I STORE ;
Mr. and Mrs. Callos of
Cercy .
tuberculosis Christmas seals "Established 1894 GIFT SHOP.
I .
Middleburg, a son, William Michael I
HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY"INSURANCE club were members.prepared for mailing by the Oct. 30. r ,,

Mr. and Mrs. Arlee Terrell of .

SPECIALISTS" the Refreshments hostesses for were the served evening by. Keystone Heights, ,a daughter, Did you know that one-third of our com

200 E. Call Street Phone 146Night Mra. Gene Noepel, chairman i Joyce Mr. Annette and Mrs., Oct.Kenneth 30. Manning You Are Cordially InvitedTo munity's income might be going to buildup

: Call Harry Rabb, 536-J Mrs. J. T. Pollard. Miss Lillian L other towns and cities?
of Maxville, a son, Richard'Laurie
Starke, Florida Stump, Mrs. Jo Ann York Mrs.
Nov. 3.
D. H. Mays, Mrs. Kenneth See
Grider That is the
I and 1InDonald K. Jack- alarming situation in many
and Miss
Phillips. son of Starke, a son, Nov. 5. small towns 'and cities, and it probably

THE BEAUTIFUL NEWt I true in Starke. .

Halloween Party Held SOCIAL SECURITY AGENT .
Put the Health *

//// I By Two Youngsters representative of the Gainesville Who gets this money? Mail order houses,

I ,% of your FamilyII Bobbie social Security office will GOLDEN JUBILEE large city stores that have no interest

__ Faye Smith and Suzi be in the court room of the whatever in this
town of
Broadway .. ours.
In Safe Hands entertained at'8 'delightful courthouse in Starke at 9:30: a

Halloween party Wed- m. en Thursday, Nov. 14, for the
You nesday evening of last week They do not pay salaries to the people of
can depend on the skill of )011rpb'sMan purpose of conducting social security 1958
lI-' from ,7 to 9:30 o'clock at the business. PONTIAC our community. They do not reciprocate
and the precision: of our pba.rmacMs -
Broadway_. -- .home.. Person.desirin2' to mat_n____ $In.n by spending their money here. They pay
to safeguard your family's health me Hauoween motif was attractively plications -r taxes license
for, social security retirement no nor fees to support our local -
hi this season of colds and flu. Our carried out in the
partIs or survivors benefits governments our schools or churches.
r oarty
room and the
.1'1\ to fill prescriptions accurately from top table was overlaid with refreshment secure social security account NOW ON DISPLAYAT ,
a white numbers, or
quality drugs. We have three registered linen cloth and decorated with security information get any other are invitedto social A word to the wise, they say, is sufficient.The .

pharmacists on duty in order to serve youbest. orange and black crepe paper see the representative at this OUR SHOWROOM trouble is that so few of us are wise
!J streamers and
,__. centered with fruits time. so few comprehend a simple problem.
Bring your prescriptions to us. Payless and candies. '

and get the best. The 20 costumed guests were IT'S A REVOLUTION ON WHEELS .- BOLDLY

given individual noise-makers Chas.; 'Strickland \ wise citizen quickly sees how gravely

and enjoyed dancing end games. PLANNED FROM THE VERY BEGINNING AS his town is hurt by having a third of its

Taken ,By DeathCharlie A GOLDEN JUBILEE ,ANNIVERSARY SHOWPIECE income spent in other places and then

PHONE 53 First Baptist WMU he_ resolves to do, something about it.

Holds LuncTieon Oct. 31 in a Jacksonville nursing ,
This Christmas season why not, "wise up" 'I
home 'after ,an illness- of aevera] a ]

FREE DELIVERY The First Baptist WMU luncheon I months. He was a former rail- SEE IT TODAY yourself and resolve to do your Christmas

was held Tuesday with Mrs. shoDping at home. You'll be surprised to

__ Paul Raymond, vice president_ road employee and was a member "" -: r f- find that you can fill your needs right -hereat
presiding over the business of the Baptist Church. I
RAYMOND LANG PONTIAC home, and save time and money too.
ing. Mrs. F. B. Beard gave the Funeral services were held at I -

program with. the following tak- the graveside in Crosby Lake i

Koch Drug Store ing part:' Mrs. James A. Lewis, Cemetery last Saturday Snorning

Mrs.. J. A. Griffin, and Mrs. L. at 10 o'clock with Rev. L. D.
D. Haines. The meeting was cbsI. I I Haines officiating. DeWltt C. South Walnut Street STORES FIRST!

ed by prayer for all of the sick ,!j''I Jones Funeral Home was in r

and shut-ins. I]i I charge of arrangements.. ,_




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u I Col., and.Mrs. T. ,T. Long were livestock Judging rurll'e. TO "..rl-;tai You and each of you are hereby !<.Hi ,.' demandhall be in writ- 1
J in Atlanta., Ga. the firm of the Demonstration; r tii lire-nit Cn.rt, nraflftirtf ':0.1', ,notified: and required to pirsintIny I. it c, ?t the
t'lerldattn: CMnnr.rr : claims and deinand ? liu t
which > it < n-t' n j ?
I Il' week, because of, the Illness bf Roger Allen Tunnell Plaintiff,. vs.I I >r either -of )mi. may licHc Sgaii 11'1 l'th .i ') 1.<) biMft. l>--uwtn,
their son. ., Tom Long a..student iWida ,.K.. .Tunnell' hefendant. estate; of George W Moslej d. to )>y the. 4-llu"MUv$ b...''itoh-.tioI, ** '..
at Tech.Mrs. '0 I Case. Xo. 1%-736SwllI :: /Pared Iate i>f Slid County to aUnicy, tad .11)". MiMi i4 vfm; fir
I Georgia .
T" Appear !'County Judge of radford County, demand not m filt'fth lt txv void.
0., W, ,Barry of Brooker To: Linda K. Tunnel nho!'e residence 1 Florida at his- office in th6 ,-oortjlimive sy Charles ',I. Schnnlt, as J and address is: Unknown.Vuu of 'said County: at Starfce. slrator: of the Estate of George
IN TnE Nis spent several 1 days .last week x '<1. .
with her daughter: :Mrs. J._ E. ; H"' F'yyy M, I snit for. Divorce months from the time of the first I First publication November S, 1S7, I

.' Hardy, and family. fay M .hove hat- "been named filed Court against and you cause In andy the I'I publication, of this notice. Each 11'8 4t 11/29

____ __0__ ._... ._._ __ ___I_._ ''iii :Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Waters and u are required to serve a copy of j
your answer or pleading- to the eon- :
Mrs. F.. W.:Strickland and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and children: of Waldo.' Mrs. George. plaint '''n' the p lntlrf'II! Attorney i
Flynn ,and Mrs Vergie Flynn .Arthur T. Boone.01 Florida MASONRYPANT!
1 dren spent last Friday and Sat- family of Savannah, Ga. and Mr. attended the funeral; .ot M. 'C. Theater LHiilding, Jacksonville\ 2,

ttrday with her parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Dewey Warren and Florida .
I Ford, Sr. in Jacksonville on MIU ii.r ue original In the office of
Mrs.. H. W. Moyer in Jackson- sons of Staterfioro, Ga. spent the I! r he. Clerk of the Circuit Co-irt on or PER GALLON
Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Ford was ....... Jhe ONE FREE
t ViUe. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. .
I I the 22 COLORS
grandfather of Suzanne and 9 'day of December IV 57; 6MARY
Austin Smith returned home Sapp and family and attended Frances otherwise the '' allegatlonx uf said
Ford, former residents.Mrs. .
Wednesday from Bradford Coun- the Sapp family reunion on sun- Ed"'ards'and omplaint will b* taiteo &a con- CARTER PAINT STORE
Merrill 'E'd
.children : -i" oy you.

ty Hospital' last week.after undergoing surgery day.Mrs.. visited Mr. and. Mrs. James. This each',notice week shall for four be ronxfruttvtJ puiirithocince S .' 211 N. W 13th St..t. Gainesville Fla., (Phone FK 6.7588ROUND.
W. S. Slade left
by plane Kinchen .in Jacksonville last Sat- weeks in. the. Bradford .County. Tel.ernF .- .
Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville -
Monday for Indianapolis, Ind. to urday. '
was visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Dated this 5 day of Nov. 1I! : L -
spend several weekv.ith!' her [
t Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth flew I (OFFICIAL,SEAL) Charlea A. Darby
Midd lon on Sunday. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and i Clerk of the Cir-irii CoonBy AND SQUARE DANCING
Beli ille Mich.
Thursdayto I Marian U Crosby,. nepuir r,ir11S
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ernst and Mrs. N. K. Hurst. .
Sunday on a combined busi It lt:9OTiCB
nephew, Paul Holland of St. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan and ness-pleasure trip. They attended Livestock specialist' Gifford 'Rhodes (left)' and A. T. Andl'f'\TS. :"1- EVERY FRIDAY' & SATURDAY NIGHT
Augustine spent the weekend Mrs. L. A. Davis will leave Saturday % 10 .\rrl':\It
the University of Michigan- (second from right) assistant Alachua County agent, demonstratethe I(Ila rtrralt Courf. llrnrtfunl 4'.'CI.'". Music l>
with her parentMr.' and Mrs. for a week in Richmond, I | Florldaj In Chancery.nila y
I V. S. St. John and family. Va. where they will attend the Iowa,,game on Saturday., proper methods of judging cattle. They are demonstrating on Polee' Conner, Plaintiff, \s. Big Chief Willis and His Little IndiansSAILORS'
Mrs.. W H. Edwards of Jack- Cecil Clifford ,Conner, Defendant. I
Mr, Leah Bauknight and Mr. General Convention of the U. D. ; a blue ribbon bull owned by Lynn White. Participating in the demonstration Case Xo. 10-494 .

and .Mrs. W. G. Struth of Jacksonville C. Mr. Davis will spend the week sonville anent Sunday, with ,Mr. are Jim Chasteen (center), County Agent George Hug- >i>ll<> To Appear I .
and Mrs. Drew Reddish. To Ella P. Eolee Conner, whose SNACK BAR
were weekend guests of with his sister, Mrs J. R. Hardeeat gins and J. B. White.. Rhodes and ,Andrews were ,the judges_of the residence i,s: 487 We! t LaClede
Mr.' and Mrs. N., J. Cain and
Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Kate Fernandma Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio.
Beach.. From livestock exhibits at the fair last week. .5 ::5
Struth. daughter. Jane, of New Orleans You are hereby notified that a MAMA MO'S PLACE .
Richmond Mrs. Gahagan will go suit for modification of final decree -
Mr. and Mrs.: L. D. Vining returned on to Wilmington, Dela. to visit spent the_'past week with Mrs. has been filed Kingsley Lakejll'
Edward Burns again:> you in the above named
Monday after two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Huston McClane. Mrs. Fiddling Contest Winner Court and cause and you are required -
Dan Priest and children
visit in Atlanta and Dublin Ga. and then to Haddonfield. N. J to serve a copy of your

Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams and Mrs., Caroljm Davidson of '1 't'r. """ .' ..,. .' answer or pleading to the cum- '
t-1: "
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Davis Col- =::y .H'r.'l.: : : "- < "'i-"" -- '
spent the weekend with Mrs. J. Lake City were visiting Mr. and: plaint Carl G. Plaintiff's' 109 Law Attorney Exchange --
lier for a few days.S. Swanson: -
P. in Jacksonville. Mrs. W. J.Dodd'.SatUrd. y. after Building. Jacksonville. 2, !
L. Peek. Jr. is expected Florida I'L' I

Leonard Whitehead and son. home this weekend following noon. and file the original In the office ofthe jll'- WANTED P I-O'N'P'O U'N'D' s'I-I

Stevie, and Millard Judd and son surgery at the Baptist Memorial Mliws Jackie Colley and San- Clerk "f the Circuit onrt on ,. j
I or before the 9 day of December
Ray, were fishing at Cedar Key Hospital on Tuesday. dra Seav of FSU will spend the '. :: r I PIT! ?, "'h..r.wiH' the alter tiiVii (if ,
weekend with Mrs. Del said will be taken
over the weekend. Colley. as
Mrs. Bette Green of Washington ,, I
Mr. and Mrs_ Arriell M ('or.felllled b\ yot II J '
Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr. ,Crosby el wa x
D. C. and Mrs.\ Marguerite i1 Y I This notice shall be publishedonce
Il'avetoday for Wilmington, Dickins of Marianna arrive attended the State. Sinking, Con- each week for four cnnvemlue

Dela. to visit her son-in-law and day to visit Mr. and Mrs. L.sun-D. Convention at- Chipley, last week- .' t PI, F i weeks graph. in the.. Bradford. Courty.. Tele I I

daughter, Mr. ,and Mis. Huston Vinimr. end... tr 1957.OFFICIAL Dated. this. 31 day of October, PECANS
Mrs. Jennie has
McClane and family. E. V. Widegren arrived last Thornquest ( SEAL)

Judge and Mr*. E. K. Perry- Saturday from Wilmington Dela. returned ,to ,her.,home in Jacksonville : l sK Charles A. Darby...
Clerk f the Circuit Court
man and son. Comer, spent the and will join his family who have after being! ,the guest of By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

weekend in Columbus Ga and been residing: at Kingsley lake ::\ofr. and Mrs.,.J, T, Quigley: for : t / 118It 11/29 I

attended the Florida Auburn for the past two months. Mr. for the past three''weeks... ; c. t NOTICE TOFlorida-CRFTiIITOn5

game on Saturday afternoon.R. Widegien is assigned to tlu staffat Patients in Doetor'a Hosnitalthis Stt statute" I
Florence'Hall. IB The Court Of Tfce.Comity Judge,
week include Mrs.
L. Redclisn of Heilbronn the Highland Plant.
Bradford Coanty,.Florida. y
Springs underwent surgery in Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. surgery on Monday Mrs. Ra In Probate. HIGHEST MARKET PRICES
In re: Estate of 'G'E'orge"V. Mo'sley.
Ruth Johnson. Lawtey surgery'on 1:
Alachua General Hospital on Mrs. Mabel Mersereau, and Mrs. Deceased. .. .
Tuesday. I Jennie Thornquest of Jackson Saturday; and Gary Johnson To All Creditors and Person )lev- '" .

Mr: and Mrs. R. M. Lee of ville have returned from Hender- Lawtey. surgery on Monday. ins Said Claim.Ufltatei or Demands :Attains

Lakeland spent the wf'l'k.end1th I sonville N. C. after a two weeks' Mrs. John Sale of Valdosta is I ..

Mr. and Mia E. J. Dowlmg. vacation in the mountains visiting Mr. and Mrs. GUY Sale.Mr. ., Quantity Too Large

and Mrs. Henry Godwin L HAVE
were in Orlando over the weekend t, t !i t+ YOUR f

I visiting Mr. and Mrs. John I WATER

I ,Livingston.Mr. Winner of the fiddling contest featured at the. County Fair ,,f i ... PI..'..:S- or Small

THEATRE and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were last Saturday .night was Joe Woodleft,, ),, accompanied: ,by Jimmie I / CHECKED

Saturday evening dinner euestsof r-tt( I', ;.NOAV FOR
Clark Other contestants Mere Claude Bedenbaugh of Lake City I ;/.:Si : .;..
STARKE Mr. and Mrs. H. B. in J WINTER I
Gaine wme. Kelly (second place), Ked HolUngsVvarth of Lake'Butler (third) and Jessie 5 SEE US BEFORE SELLING

,.* Parker of Lake City. Installation and ServiceOf .. .
SaturdayNovemler 9 Wed., Thurs. --- Nov 13: 14 Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson I, -
.. ,DOUBLE FEATURE BIG DOUBLE FEATURE werp in Orlando Sunday visiting All Types I

Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson.Mr. FFA'ers Fair Display Plumbing & Heating '
t and Mrs. Frank Weaverof DILLARD! KEENE 1?
: ,
FURY Williston were weekend -- -,- --' -.--- GNANNPLUMBING ..
IN-THE '' i guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.

Jackson. The Jackson :also had r.. CO. PHONE 488
as Saturday dinner guests Mr. ,hAt 118 Court Street

SIERRAS and Mrs. Fred Leonhard of Key- PHONE 514-J I a 321 Temple Avenue .

stone Heights.Mr. III
a ,
and Mrs. M. F. Hazen Night Call Collect 2896 r Starke, Florida
.. ,
I '
went to Ocala Tuesday to set It a t a r. 's aRi.,9
Keystone Heights .
Mr. Hazen's mother. Mrs. Minnie ( j
t I V E. Hazen of Brooker who has .., '_ _?t';' ,. : .. :_ >

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been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. It'
., _. ... .. .
-- -- -- -- -'-- "
Hazen and other relatives in

CARRADINE'LWSOI HAYES Central Florida for the past .r a '


AND and Mrs. E. M. Farrow of

) Dr.Miami and were Mrs. weekend C.,J- Houpt.Mr. guests. of Shop Us For Values Now Is The Time To Buy!

A STOIY CFSIOCIIK6 || V Uf ...11E11S! to stagger] and Mrs. Ed Crosby and
H E iff "t the !
L TarnS imagination
family of Fernandina Beach
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and __

Mrs. J.. E. Hardy and other

AN ...SEE teal, Ere, friends here. a
CIBCT underwent *** I"
Mrs. Harry Elrod V*
IKS 1. 1 giant crawfintTIlMB 1 r xta: ; ca7.Fa : to y rhxa..k ,
in Flagler Hosnital,
| creatures terrorize I Daytona Beach, on Wednesday. 1fTr :
pe "* I x m entire city! I
Mr, and Mrs. Robert! Barks-: I

dale and children visited the FTA members Rudolph Sapp and Robert Underhill stand by

Stephen Foster Memorial on to point .out, the. features of the FFA exhibit, to visitors at the I

titlPOWEU' r It6Rt I Sunday.Mr. fair. 1 > _
... n)1bing to __. I
.. .
NASSOCii NEE R and Mrs. James C. Hoppe 4.r.I
> CQn1I3retB j
i try were Saturday luncheon guestsof Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of Court and cause and yu are required -
.J the SIIlICIS aAd to serve a copy of your answer -
E FOR E E1171E>EI(1( Mra O. L. Beasley and Mrs: Camp Blanding! moved Wednes-. Weidins to the complainton I

Plus "Possum R J. W. Kincaid while enroute to day to the ,Lacy Silcox house on the Plaintiff's AttorneyE. I
Pearl" Cartoon K. I'erryman, Ktarke, Florida 1 ii
and Chapter No. 10 Serial. their home in Tampa after a Bridges Street which. they recently -. and file, the original in the officeof i .
h i t
purchased. the Clerk of the Circuit Courton : o
wedding trip. :
ITDUI.D IEiHE or before the 9 day of December % "xkr S 'f !y ;r kil '1 A Y J k tt III
Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivanand I Mrs. ,J. C.. Sapp was in Miami i 1957; otherwise the allegations of
Sun., Mon., Tues. BEGINNINGOF Beach Oct. 27-28 attending the said Complaint will be taken as
family were_ in Mayo over confessed by you.

November 10, 11, 12 THE END the weekend visiting relatives. Florida ASC convention.Mr. ,This noticeshall b( published
i ., and Mrs. George Muggins once each week for four consecutive.
Gus Kopelousos ,and Dr., Chris weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph
and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes : .

.t Carrat from Florida Southern attended the .Ellen Crawford-W., Dated this 6.day. of Nov., 1957.
College were home for the -week (OFFICIAL SEAL I

end.Mr H.Sunday Hayes afternoon.Mr. wedding. at Dukes on Charles Clerk A. Darby.of the Circuit Court' 7 Piece Sofa Bed troup; .7. Piece Room

and Mrs. Lawrence Nors- and Mrs. Ray Clark and By, Marian 1.. Crosby, 11/8 Deputy it: Clerk nNOTlCfe. / :) I Living ,
worthy and son Henry, o! Nep- f -
; '
family of Belvedere S. C. are 2 Tables ,'d ,
Step Table
tune Beach were weekend guestsof APrE.iR -
visiting his parents, :Mr. and Mrs., TO GROUPS.
IB Clrralt Court Bradford CoHtf. 1 Club Chair 1
Sofa Bed'
Mr. Mrs Guy Andrews.Dr. -
t.I I. E. Clark. Another son Ken- Plorldai !. Chaarcrr. '

y R. S. Mullins was the neth Clark, of Jacksonville was. Helen Urother W.Miles Miles'.Defendant.Plaintiff \s.. John 1 Cocktail Table : .2.'Piece Foam ,Rubber Living Room

I weekend guest of Dr. and Mrs. visiting them on Monday.Mr. Case Xo. 12-390 Suites. 1 Cocktail Table 2 Table

Jack NCortney at Auburn, Ala. and Mrs. G. P. Dover have Notice: John To AppearsTo C.rother )Miles, whose! Regular I '$220.00...Value, I ...'. ,' Lamps

I where, they'attended the Homecoming gone to their Winter home at residence and
rr, pddresp! i<>: 7 Centre
a I at the Alabama Poly- Fort Lauderdale after a month's Street Boston.; Massachusetts.You Regular $258.00; Value
are hereby notified that a Sale Price $149 95
e ,..iE technic Institute and the Florida visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. .suit for_ divorce care, .cut-tody. _
s-; -Auburn football game. Flume. and control of minor child :
has been filed against;;; 'in the 0
t+4. Mr., and Mrs. M. W. Lance and Mr., and Mrs. Zack Crawford). above named Court and you cause and 'With Trade Sale-Price. $189.95

and daughter Babs spent the moved into .the S. R Johns upstairs -' you war are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of MANY COLORS. TO CHOOSE FROM "

4 weekend with relatives in Way- !' apartment which was formerly 1 Complaint on the Plaintiffs ,
Attorney William D _n_ _r_ _._, ,
cross. and St. Simons Island Ga. occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Morgan .507 .
jet I Clark -Build tlg. Jacksonville! 2,
Jimmy Cox who have moved to Florida .
t Mrs.: 'H. L. Brownlee and Mrs.J. REJIINGTONPORTABLE. -

CI"a.n.Nfi N .' .' W. Lee spent the past week Gainesville.Bob the and file Clerk tie of original the"*Circuit'In tne Court office on of -___'_'_' _0_ _._ _,_._ _.___'.
.r'\\ OVALE', with Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh in Carson ana Norman Bli or before tbe 9 day of, December TYPEWRITERS N 84.50 up .
) c Lakeland. of New York were weekend said I957; Compaint otherwise the allegations or See Our
C 2 will be taken 'a*
1tYf .. ., S Those from Starke attendingthe guests of Mrs. Del Colley and confessed by you. $1.00 PER' WEEK" '
.-&" : This notice shall :be published :BLANKET
Mrs. Daisy Ferryman while en- AND QUAKER'Small
t wedding of Miss Dotty Sue Once each w t'k'for four consecutive

, 1\9 ..- Biggs to David Sandbach on Sat- route to Miami. weeks egraph.in the Bradford County Tel Down Payment '. ,. '

r tgtA9a. : GRAVES-CASTLE rTSOf t,' urday afternoon in St. Augustine Mr.- and Mrs. J. L. Dowling of ,Dated thin 6 'day of Xov.,19i1. ..---.-,- r_ .. -w .'"- _.__ HEATER VALUES

,C,I7l were Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Daytona, Beach were last Thurs- IOFFICIAL SEAL) '
IotaaANKRUM, ,Charles A. Darky. SOLID FOAM CUSHION .. .--.-.- -- -_._ _'_ _
visitors of L
e Jr., Mrs. ,A. Z., Adkins Col. and day Mr. and Mrs. Clerk-of the Circuit Court "
"+ Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs. J. E tYilson Wesley Andrews. By Marian I* Crolb), Deputy Clerk' .
.lt. Plus "Miner's. Daughter,. 11/8 4t 11/2SL Swivel Rocker Chair. S A MS 0 NIT E LUGGAGE
Mrs. O L. Beasley, Mrs., J.
,, '' Cartoon .
,><;j. W. Kincaid Mr.. and Mrs. JohnA. THE RIGHT POINT for the '' '' '
Torode, Mjr. and Mrs. H. M. way you write. Come in .and select -
.t. -..,. ::: ATTENTION : Hatcher Jr.. Mr., and Mrs. Jim your favorite ESTERBROOK SALE PRICE $59.95 '

will, CHMLU I\Ak1WRYGATU Stop At Our Box Office As Chasteen Mrs. Pauline Torode, Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. Beauty Rest Mattresses

VM61NM W1tt.CENE IOCW4MTMM We have books of Happiness Mrs. A. H,. Harley, Sr.. Lt. CoL ..- -' .-,-- .. ,
*HW k.OAM&ruCHt.SOMYA UVICN - -, '-' -- -;-.-.- -.- &...- -,. .
'...JOHN rhTt>Story by OAWEt fUCHS For.Sale Now. and Mrs. J. A,. Griffin and Mr. oTlrn TO \PPF.\R ;

Aehud SM ot-..b LQRCL SlOftITf and ,Mrs. Vernon. Silcox.Mr.and IB Clrralt Court, Bradford C..t,..
$1.00 $2.50'and $5.00 Books. PUrM| IB "u"t"u 1/ .. DENMARK FURNITURE
f Mrs R. Richard have J. B. Hirers Plaintiff vs. Wilma CO.
They make nice Christmas or Rivers! Defendant LIQUID OR TABLETS $
moved. to 606 Pinewood Drive, .
Plus, "Ducking In Devil" Car Party Gifts. the home formerly occupied by V.'I... T. Appear Case Xo. 1-U7 'eMS "'m"" 434-446: : ,v. CALL ST. FREE ,DELIVERY PLENTY (

toon.. Mr. and To: Wilma Rivers, whose resi) PARKING'
-The Managemenl Mrs. Jeff ,N,, Hopkins, denceand !address Is: Unknown. FROM JtOSE! MISERIES

who have i moved to: 315 N. Sin- You are hereby notified that t .'IIIII'1HIWCI&N USE OUR BUDGET PLAN

clair St. ,...- .-* T suit for divorce'hu been filed .., .
against you 'la the .above named t -
J.. .. .1 -" 'i .--. -. .
.. .. J ti.: .;J.: ::. .. ...... ... T.-t.. Pir ..

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.. ..-&_ .-,- -- >>>-, ", attacked Lee and Johnson, for C of C Banquet I
Grand Jury bothering his wife. Formal
ij2. ,
o. ., charges of fighting' were placed : Postponed To 21st

against all three.In .

To InvestigateFire 'Y'f : '.. Mayor's Court Monday, Lee l Guy Andrews president of the

__i .- -, 't r and Johnson pleaded innocent, Chamber of Commerce announced,

testifying that they did no fighting yesterday that the organization's

;! but were only trying to getaway

Shooting 4 ? %* { 'j4 ; ,, from Crooks. annual banquet nas teen post-

sr 4' t Mayor W. T. Jackon found poned from Thursday. Nov. 14,

(Continued from Page 1)) 1 :,, :,%I. 'V.;' 1\ -,, them not guilty of the original ,, to Thursday Nov. 21. It will beheld
....f I in the Methodist recreation
'. .. I
? ;. fighting charge, but placed disor- :

which pulled alongside his as hewas -- I- 4 : 4. ... derly conduct charges against : hall, and an out of town speakerwill

driving on SR. 100. -- ;; __ -I them for actions they took ; be heard.'I

Sheriff's Probe ,. p 4 \ against Crooks while all three i
Sheriff Reddish during the ; t were.in the city jail. The mayor i

first few days, hesitated in pro- fined Lee and Johnson each $52.. Church wish to thank those who

moting a full investigation. on the disorderly conduct counts. I contributed: to the United Nations

though he had taken a statement Crooks did not appear in court International Children's

from Patterson on the day following ----- :' and forfeited a $100 bond. Fund (UNICEF) en Halloween.The .

the shooting. He said .,,,: In other action L. E. Ratliff, total amount collected for

that Patterson had not reportedthe was fined $27 after he pleaded this worthy cause was $118.64.W.c.T.U. .

incidents him and he had -- guilty to public intoxication and

believed that Patterson was a I .- using profane language. ,

federal witness and the cases 'i ,.,<. ..':."..,. Forfeiting bonds by failing to

would be for federal investigators -I: This Christmas ... Trade at HomeA Rotary Rural-Urban Day #:, _', -... appear were Robert B. Crosby, 37, .

of public Intoxication -
to handle. I :__.f ,.,. : ,, e".. -'"' q\& on a charge
---- and Robert Cooper, $27, public -
When informed by the state Scenes at the highly successful er, pauses a moment to discuss intoxication. "THE PERSON WHO NEVER
series of intimate chats This -
I Christmas can do
attorney that the case was in you Rural-Urban Day given by farm problems with TAKES HIS FIRST DRINK

his jurisdiction. the sheriff jumped with Starke merchants beginsin your part to help your home the Rotary Club of Starke at Ralph B. Alvarez (left), assistant ;: CONTRIBUTORS THANKEDThe HAS NO FEARS OF BECOMING -
The this week town merchants t
Telegraph in busi-
stay k
Into a concerted probe callingon the Bradford County FairGrounds director of Florida ; AN ALCOHOLIC."
and will continue into the ness Sand continue to serveyour
Bureau and Fire
the Sheriff's Wednesday of last State Farmers Mark'ets. Senior and IntermediateMYF (NATIONAL VOICE.)
Marshal, for assistance. Christmas season. interests. You can do
week: Lower right: City Councilman of the First Methodist
The subject of these messages this by the simple process of
Federal Probe Billy Noegel (right) and
Is one of vital Interest doing your Christmas shop- Top left: Rotary's two jovial

torney U. S.E.Assistant Coleman District Madsen told At- and Importance to everyone ping at home-spending your I chefs, Buddy Bishop and Bill ,Green former compare dairyman notes Lorenzo before D., Sell It Rent It trade It I

Graham the
the Telegraph yesterday that the who wants to see Starke realIze dollars here in Starke where I put finishing sitting down to the feast of

its full they will do the touches on some 300 poundsof
federal investigation to deter- potential as a natural most good, I fish. .**
trading center for this not for fried mullet served pipinghot
only our merchants,
mine if these episodes were attempts '
to intimidate a federal area. The subject is "tradingat but for you, yourself. to a crowd of over, 200, Rural-Urban Day is an an- WITH A TELEGRAPH

home." including Rotarians and their nual highlight of the Rotary
witness had been dropped after I This Christmas season
In these' days of higher Starke merchants will) all- fanner friends and guests. year and is sponsored to pro- I
the Sheriffs Bureau investigators go
mote better acquaintance and :o WORDS OR LESS.! OB* 1..tI. (MtIMUM Charge) .TS

entered the picture. I' wages higher taxes, higher out to stock their shelves and Center: Fanners and business understanding between the EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :. ______,... _______? 4e Pn W.r4

"We figured it was a state costs of operation and declining show cases with attractive men mingled In the long 80.% DISCOUNT 0\ REPEVT INSERTIONS! SAME AD
farmers and business of
matter." Madsen commented. He : profits, every dollar that items that will satisfy your line that filed by to fill plates men 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV AOV.\ CF.. I
the This event
county. year's
said: hifi department had droppedthe you spend with your hometown every gift need. Show them hl hith fried, fish, baked

probe before any conclusionswere merchant does double the courtesy of visiting their beans, and other "trimmings." was the first to be staged out CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ____________ -M P" Jula fIrst I...rtle.
doors, and drew the largest INCH FOR S4MB AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIME
sl.oo PER
reached. duty. It gets you the articles stores and looking over what
Top right: R. L Batten, crowd since the custom ,
you need and It helps the local they have to offer. Then if was To 50 Words) 12.00
I CARDS OF THANK Cp --":'---- --------
veteran Bradford County farm- started several
Mrs. Morgan Dies business man stay in business you still can't find the particular years ago. OVFR SO WORDS ----4 C.llt. Per Word

and enlarge his Inventory so item you want, no one School 4 MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS ----- 4 Ce>U Per Word

that he can serve you even "ill quarrel with you for going Crossing Fracas At Fair
Was School
Clay better In the future. elsewhere to buy. : School Lunch NEED TIRES

The life of a small businessman But with the way Starke I Light DiscussedBy I Get them now, pay as you rid. REAL ESTATE:
Settled In Court budget terms.
Ask for our easy
Board Member
today is no bed of roses. stores have progressed in recent Lacy Conway Sales and Service, 10 Acre, feared with nlee '.01..

Ever increasing overhead and years, and the efforts of I Program Featured City CouncilThe Union Pus Station, Starke, Fla. See Ibis and you'll agree It'* n.
tfchg excellent; hoy at $:H 9V iiee1rlrlty.eleetrlo .
.,}{Nt. Frances Westervelt Morran terrific competition from gargantuan our merchants are making to : A fracus between three Negroes pump, mall route sodchool

competitors have put keep abreast of the demands which occurred as the midway PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all s route. located Jut 4 ..tII'.
39 year old resident of Key- possibility of getting rid makes and model autos $21.95 from town. Till In m "reeoramead
t, the squeeze on him until his and tastes of todays consumers AtPTAMeetingThe of the much criticized middle of company was tearing down Sat- and up. Installation free at ed buy." Small down payment, balance -
stone Heights and a member of very existence is threatened. there is little liklehood urday night to leave the ,County I Shepherd's. tfchg ....,.
I the road device for controlling
th< Clay County Board of Pub II It will be a sad day for the that cannot fill Fair grounds resulted in fines !
I you your every traffic at the high school was FOR S>LE 8 x 8 T 16 Concrete City lot IB S. W. Starke far 0.1 ly
lic Instruction died Thursday, nation if our small businesspeople need right here at home more school lunchroom and forfeiture of bonds totaling Blocks 18c each. FOP yard. Mortar S6.( .SO. Size SO x; 100 ft. ICI..... tad
I programwas discussed again Tuesday night by $204. Mix, Cement, Sand Steel and ready t. build oa with all Cityeonvealemee I
forced to shut '
October 31, in a Jacksonville are up conveniently,, more economically in the spctlighthen the the' City Council with a request Aluminum Windows. Also read available.
'I shop and turn the field over The men charged were Milton mixed concrete. Pradford En-
hospital after an illnesw of several and more profitablyfor Starke Elementary PTA met issued for a check into the cost 'I'ln"f'rln On., Phone 94. tfchg City lot over V4 acre biff. 230 100 ,
weeks. i|I to the big boys," but unless of installing an overhead Crooks, connected with a midway f.. all rlty ......1.....* .,'.lIabl..
something is done to reverse all concerned than If you Tuesday night at 7 o'clock in the systemThe troups and Ozell Johnson and WE HAVE a new loan program for 'I'bis U ready to go for a total of

Mrs. Morgan was born. June.. had discussion was sparkedby Willie. farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years $1,300. One-third cask and balance
the trend that's the way spent your dollars out of cafetorium. James Lee Jr., both of to colt .
a question from Councilman W. for the entire credit requirements porehaser.ere
I ,
23. 1918. In .
N. J.Fhe
Bloomingdale, things seem to be !shaping up.1 I town. Following a brief devotionalby H. Noegel bill for Starke. of the farmer and his famIly
concerning a
had made her home in Key- Gainesville Production Credit h I* an entntandlajc deal en 93
Rev. Donald F. Kok moor, wiring repairs on the device. Police charged that Crooks had Association 420 North Main, lot. located I. the City of Starke.Get .
stone i
for the
Heights past eight I Plan To Examine GalnPR\\Ilf'\ Fla. tfchg I. OB the (round floor withthin.
Physical Education members sat down to "a typical Though repaired often lately, the .
years and took an active part in (shoes), food preparation (yeast Less than 343 per lot. Boy
school lunch," consisting of roast Council members said the I now before something REALLY BIG
church and civic affairs. breads), vegetables_ (carrots and FOR SALE-It In. x 15 ft. steel h appeasi. St...... The term are
beef, vegetables, fruit, drink, still occasionally do not work culvert pipe 11.25 ft. ALSO;;
tomatoes), meat beef and mighty good the Income too.
Besides Courses Settles School ,( pork),
her husband. Harry L. i, Dancing Issue and hot rolls. For this well-bal- properly, sometimes all blinkingat and beautification Building lots for sale in South
:Morgan Jr. she ir survived of home Gate Subdivision. Low down pay. If 'Bad anti,
by our price term font
anced meal they paid the standard'lunchroom once and "balling up" traffic. Low monthly
ment. payments
grounds: (plant identification). yon feel free to make an offer. We
a daughter, Mary Ann, and three i A resolution calling on school and have an opportunity to practice fee or 25 cents. Though none of the officials BILLY JACKSON. Phone 165. c/o Hill try mighty 'hard t.pi.ae and

sons. Robert W., PtterV.., and :' principals and faculties to work some of the moral precepts had a kind word for the The girls were accompanied on Central Truck Lines., tfchg work oat a plan to soil year ta-

Harry t,. III well-rounded Following the, meal, an Interesting present the trip .by ,Mrs. F.: J. ,Pellum and rome.Brlnar.
Morgan ; her parents out plans for physical taught in the classrooms. I device, some of them consideredit PUY YOUR Smith Corona Silent

Mr. and Mrs. Frank W.Westt'rvelt I education programs was unanimously The delegation of women had' talk _on the .lunchroom 'the' best ,method yet devised.It Miss Dorothy Ross.WRcR. ".. Super Portable before prices ad- your property-Hating to ....

of Bloomingdale. N. adopted by the School met with the Board last month program was given by :Miss Mar- .was suggested that a systemof Christmas.vance Oct. 1. Nothing Layaway'down.now Dol-for It may be your time to ..II.

J.:' and one sister, Mrs. R. E. Board Monday as its reply to requesting that the ban on folk jorie Morrison, nutritionist with ,overhead lighs, with a stoplight lar-A-Week terms if desired. WALL REALTY
t. S ng of Butler, N. J. demand that rhythmic activities I dancing instruction be lifted, but the State Board of Health. She i I I i for each traffic lane would Bradford County Telegraph. REGISTERED BROKERBox ,

The Rosary was recited at the again be taught in schools.- I no action was taken as most of praised the local lunchroom ;i I be:: a great improvement and it BOO, K C PHONE 500 WHEN IN NEED OF 489 Phone "!iT-,)

DVWitt C. Jones Chapel in A delegation of women who the members indicated they was asked that the cost of this '
Starke last had movement have would like to obtain management and said the job being :: be investigated with an to- 'STARKE, FLORIDAThe TOP SOIL ONE BEDROOM furnished apart.
Friday night at 8 sparked a t*> more public done here is eye ments for rent. Phone 165, W. T.

o'clock, and funeral mass was a 1952 ban on dancing instruction reaction. remarkable whenit ward the possibility of installing Music & News Stationin FILL DIRT Jackson. -. tfchg

held in St. Williams Catholic lifted seemed to be satisfied The women returned Monday is considered that only 13 it. Starke TED-P8cans .
cents of the student's any
Church, Keystone Heights, Sat- with the resolution, and endorsed armed with endorsements from quarter ALL TYPESTRACTOR amount too large or small.
goes for food costs, while the Plllard Keene 321 Temple Ave.
urday morning at 11 Mor- the PTA, American and
o'clock with school Supt. Harmon Legion Drivers Charged WORKAND 9tp 1213TRAYED
Father Skeehan officiating. In- gan's contention that the whole Lions Club. remaining 12 cent.* is spent for MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

milk, labor costs, and miscellaneous After ,
terment was in the family plot physical education program "We feel a majority of the pa- Road FeudA SLight FX PASTURE dark
in I rents supplies. 1 6:00: Sign on and News brown cow with horns, white
Keystone Heights Cemetery., should te reexamined.The are in favor of including BulldozingW.
I Miss. Morrison running argument between 6:05: Starke Wakes Up face, white belly. Marked swallow
Active dancing in the said that although fork
pallbearers were Hirris resolution stated that the physical education under bit in one ear.
C. Long. Clay County 1952 ban on the instruction of program," Mrs. Virginia Smith. the school lunch is a well- three boys in a car and the driver. 7:00 First Edition ,news) L. THIGPEN, JR. Upper bit or upper square In other -
Superintendent -
balanced and nutritious meal it of a trailer-truck ended Mondayafternoon 7:15 Starke Wakes Up .&. 2 Box 245DAlton Bd. ear. Branded J. B. or J. L.
of Schools Lindswy dancing "has been interpreted asbeing said.Mrs. I 1 small dark brown white face
Walker, school trustee, and Jack unduly restrictive so as to Smith pointed out thatBeecher still represents only one-third of with charges against. : Sporta PHONE, 297-J calf. 1 red .white face butt
the I 8:05: Starke Wakes headed unmarked.
drivers of both vehicles after Up cow Owner
Wilkinson Ernest Cherry Roy retard the development of a Payne, principal of BHS, a needs for the day and 9:00 News & Starke, } a. may have by paying advertising
they collided on U. S. 301 southof Betty Grey Show
Knowles, and C. M. BurkhalterSr. well-rounded program of physical had assured the PTA that if any should be supplemented by a cost. Contact A. D. Crosby.
Starke. 1000: Sweet Music Show
; & 3tchg 11/1
: i
., members of the Clay County education" and does not clearly :lancing instruction were included good breakfast and a good eve- OUR TENTH AKHflVERiABT
ning meal at home. The word battle reached a high News (hourly) RADIOS REPAIRED I
School Board. reflect the Board's position with it would not interfere with L 12:15 AU' Makes AU Ho4tl FOR SALE-Roycraft 21 ft. house
I religious Mrs. point as the two vehicles were :; Second Edition (news) maruteetCHAS. trailer, all metaL Modern furnished. -
regard to a physical education training classes and Sarah Hunter, manager of leaMiable .
12:30 $1.250.00.
Show "i Call 485-Y tip
stopped a stop light on Call C.
Mrs. Pearl program." would be open only to those students the elementary school cafeteria. News (hourly) I W. Call St. Starke Pk. 33*
Baker Street when the truck driver F. HOUSE FOR
RENT-Inquire Union I
whose spoke
"It briefly and
is neither the intent nor parents approved.C. introduced
3:00: Starke Music Hall & p1 !Station.
J. Mathews of New York, got out : KEY- tfehq
of the Board of Public Miss Shirley Rig s, a consultant. I 3% PAID 0V SAVINGS -
Taken Death purpose of his cab, walked to the car in News (hourly) STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE LOTS FOR SALE
: Water and
By Instructions to childof with the state Board of Healthin HEIGHTS, FLA.. MEM- -
deprive any Johnston L front and smashed the rolled up Mon., Bing Crosby; Tues., Sewer. Terms. J. L. Andrews

his democratic right to par- Dies Jacksonville.The rear window with his fist. day Guy Lombardo; Wed., HER FBIC. 299-R.: 4tchg 11/8

}.{I'S. Pearl Crews Baker, 67. ticipate in a well-rounded pro- ; ResidentOf following members of the Mathews was charged with ma- Dinah, Shore; Thur. Frank FOR I.EASE-Xew Service Stationon Farm Home and Bntlnei Property

died Sunday morning at the gram of physical education" the Swan Lake lunchroom staff were complimented icious mischief and posted a $75 i Sinatra; Fri-.Gene Austin. vestment.:SOI In Starke.Reasonable:Minimum rental.In- Free Open Listings

home of her sister, Mrs. Ethan I resolution continued, "and the for the good- work thev bond. 3:15 Mon., Glenn Miller, Tues.. Contact Mr. A. E. Howard. Lake Johnle. O. Box Hanen SOT,_RepreatatlveP. Starke, Pla.S .

Sapp, at New River, after a brief Board believes that the pre! nt Clyde Virgil Johnston, 75, of are doing,and were introduced to The driver of the car, James Kaye Starr; Wed., Les Putl@r or Route Hy-6-2855 2. Box 213 during Stchg the 11/29 day _L S. on 301 '- Phone Waldo
8-Z831 tf
illness. program of physical education Swann Lake died in a Starke the group: Mrs. Mildred Lawson Thomas: was also placed under Brown:, Thur., Jo Stafford: -

Mrs. Baker was born at Lake could be improved by placine hospital Wednesday, Oct. 30, aft- ':Mrs. Anna Fender, Mrs. Alice $75 bond, charged with failure to Fri.. Judy Garland. HELP person WANTED to supply customers good reliable with PORTABLE down TYPEWRITERS: No

Butler on Oct. 16, 1890 and was greater emphasis upon the social er a short illness. A retired real Jenkins Mrs. Donnie Mae Edwards have his vehicle under control, 3:30: Mon., Four Freshmen: Rawleigh Products in N. Alachua FTadford payment." County $1 Telegraph per week.tf

and moral aspects of child devel- Mrs. Mattie after the car hit the rear of the Tues., Eddie Arnold Wed, County. See C. E. Howe, 914 -
the daughter of the late Sam estate broker, he was born in Gresham. Mrs. ; White St.. Live Oak, Fla. or write

and Florence Hendrix Crews. opment"The Greensboro, Ind., July 13, 1882. Rosa Moore, and Mrs. Pauline truck as they were driving southof Ames Brothers; Thur., Sam- Rawlelgh's Dept. FAK-270-127. FOR S19.95 ALF.-U.ed at Shepherds 21 inch Radio TV's only and

resolution then providedthat Taylor. Starke. my Kaye;: Fri., Larry Clinton Memphis Tenn. 4tp 11/22 TV.
She was a'member of the Baptist He was a member of the Baptist I tfcbg
Church. "the responsibility for the Church.: Preceding the Deputy Sheriff Riley Sweat 3:45 Mon. Tommy Dorsey; SCISSORS: SHARPENED. Steak

development and conduct of a I brief program, a said that the car hit the rear of Tues., Four Aces; Wed.. Knives, Carving Knives. leave FURNISHED APARTMENTS at reduced -
'Surviving are her husband Surviving are one brother business session was con- work with name address at monthly 1 rate for couple
vell-rounded program of physical Morgan K. Johnston of Swan ducted by Mrs. A. the truck as the truck was stopped Tommy Sands; Thur., Peggy Smitty's Barber Shop. Joe Ker- or with one child. All convnvenleneI. -
George N.
Baker, Birmingham. education" be delegated to I Holliday, for a school bus. The boys Lee; Fri. Harry Belafonte. rigan. 2tp 11/8, Close In. W. H. Noll-
Ala:: two daughters Lake and a sister, Mrs. R. V. president of the Elemertary man, 228 W. Madison St. Starke.
Mrs. Yvonne the Principals and faculties of School claimed that the truck had preViously 4:00 Mon.. Gale. Storm; Tues_ FOR SALE-Used 17 inch T.V. Sets tfchg
Robinson of PTA.Treasurer .
.. Indianapolis Ind. -
Barnes ,
of Mobile, Ala.; and th> r.-hools in the county. "hogged" them off of the Buddy Morrow: Wed. Teddi UIlS! at Shepherd'* tfrhg

Mrs. Anna Mae Frederick Detroit These and Funeral services were held in Freeman Register road. Thur. Frankie Laine LADIES
principals faculty King; ; FOR SALE-One finall Kerosene
Mich.; one ron Herbert R. members were directed to "de-' Baptist Church at 2 I Jr. reported that the Elementary Sweat said the feud started as Fri.,' Tennessee Ernie Heater.' Like new one pair bedsprings Offer good earning opportunity IBfitarke

Baker, U. S. Navy Guam; and velop and present to the Board .p. m. last Friday with Rev. Cecil PTA now has a balance of $762.40 the vehicles were stopped at a red 4:15: Mon.,, Tony Bennett;,Tues.Doris.Day and two end tables at good I and Rural area. In BradfordCounty.
Call 453 after Friday. ItchgVTAXTED ,
Underwood price. F.n. Part _
three officiating. Interment on hand I TI ChrUntaa -
brothers with
Pliney Crews. Ft. for their approval a plan for a : around $450 of light and the occupants began ; Wed.,. Billy May; bn.lne>* now IB full awlag.Write .
}.[)'ers. Pierce Crews was in the church cemetery under this amount remarks. At the next -Farm Hand can drive ..
Raiford well-rounded program of phy- representing profits exchanging Thur., Artie Shaw; Fri. .Four or phone Mr* Meta Br.. ..
and J. E. the direction of DeWitt C. from the tractor and cultivate. Steady work. P. O. Box; 4*l, Gainesville. P....
Crews. Miami Halloween red Mathews smashed the
Carnival. light,
; three sical education, said plan to be Lads. Morris Carter, Rt. 2. Box 9J-A, Fraikila tt-7333. Iteh
sisters Mrs. Mabel Sapp New developed after consultation with ; Jones Funeral Home. window, Sweat said, and later the 4:30 Mon.. Fontaine Sisters; I Starke. Fla. 2tp 11/15. *

,River; Mrs. Nora Sapp. Brooker, students, parents, and commun- Covington ElectedDr. collision occurred. Tuea., Nat King Cole;' Wed WANTED-Registered! nurse forfloor FOR Re-decorated RE Furnished inside, tile bath.Cottage.Nice

apd. Mrs. Maude Richardson, ity leaders, and the con- 'RotariansHear 'Vaughn Monroe: Thur.. 'June I duty. Doctors Hospital. 300 for couple at (14 Lake St. .Adults.
proper West Call St., Starke, Fla. 2tchg
Jacksonville. Call 133-W. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. 633
sideration of the physical, men- UF TV DirectorAn A. Y. Covington. directorof 4-H Girls'Team I Christy; Fri. Jimmy Dean. 11/15 MfMahone. tfehg'WANTEfl.'k

Funeral rvices: were held in tal, social, emotional and moral the Clay-Bradford-Union Coun- 4:45 Mon., The Hilltoppers;; .
Wins Second l Place : FOR RENT Unfurnished apart colored
the or white.
DeWitt ty Health Tues. Les Paul &
C. Jones Chapel aspects of child development. interesting talk on educa- Departments, was : Mary ment at 655 N. Walnut St., :3 large Apply K.& J Restaurant.

Tuesday' afternoon at 2 o'clock "All previous policies or resolutions tional television was given at elected first vice president of the At Tallahassee FairA Ford; Wed., Julie London;; rooms business! and office.bath. Redecorated Also nice for Inside. ttrhg 11/15

With Rev. J. E. Sherwood offic of this Board that may the Rotary Club Wednesday "by Florida Health Officers Associa- Thur,,, Billy Eckstein; Fri Mrs. A. F. Sauls, 633 McMahon FOR SALE New Perfettfon double I

iating. Burial was In Birmingham be in conflict with this resolutionare Lee Francks television tion at the convention held in team of senior 4-H club girls Stan Kenton. St.. or phone 183-"". tfrhg. burner nit) heatr. good condition.
Ala. program Ft. Lauderdale 5:00: Mon. Eddie ,Heywood:; May be. wen Friday or Saturday at
hereby repealed." the resolution -'director of the University of last week. More from Bradford County last Satur. FOR SALE-1951 Plymouth Station I 708 N. Walnut. tehgll/lS

concluded. Florida. than 700 health officials from all day won second place in the Tues., Guy :Mitchell: Wed.. Wagon. A good second hand car I
Elvis Presley Thur.. Ray r 'or family or for hunting. J. E. FOR RENT-House at Klngsley
parts of ;
Methodists PlanHomecoming Morgan, in prevntinsr the resolution The speaker predicted that two Florida attended the Farm and Home Judging contestit Wa1 Jr. ,Phone 487-J. Itchg. Lake. 3 bedrooms with bath. Hot
meeting. the North Florida Fair in McKinley; Fri. Johnny Ma. and cold water. Circulating heat.
said that
under it the stations with
Fete educational type Tallahassee, the second consecutive this, REAL ESTATE Mr!. J. M. Mitchell. 205 W. Madison -
whole physicaleducation program programs ,will soon be operating I Mon For, all year Real Estate Need St itohg
5:15: Patti .Page; Tues..
they have won' the
ca nbe examined need in this year See
a In
Plans one Jacksonvilleand Starke
are being made for agreat which i FFA'ersReports !tonor. ,Joni James; Wed. Andrews IIIRRT C. ELROD. JR. ,OTI'E
has been demonstrated by another in Gainesville. He' Sewing machine for a ChrUtmaopre :
Homecoming Sisters Thur. Julius La- :18 TeMBlr Ave. Starke, Fl.
celebration at Members of' the teama Pa- ; ..... We have '
the dancing issue. said .0, a few treadlemaehtae
that sets in Starke would I.UtlBK lavltrd) tfrhg
the' First Methodist Church on on the District FFA jicia Pellum of. Starke Judy Kel- Rosa; ,Fri,, Lena Home.. aid Eleelrle. SeUlBjceheap.
Sunday, Nov. "More things' than dancing probably be 'able to receive both. leadership conference 5:30 Mon. FOR 'SALE Half-ton 91 will lay one nay oathbnisiwas.
17. Rev. T. G. held In "y and Virginia Parrish, both of : Pat Boone Tues.. International I .
Mitchell should be examined" he com Mr. Francks taid that Baldwin Pick-up truck. 54 model. Like ( Come at .... ret our
a former pastor here programson Tuesday were given at Brooker, and Lynn Perrint of Ray Anthony; Wed- Perry new. Fred Miller 2 mi. East plan and 'r...*. L. O. Hemingway,
and now at College Heiehts mented. "There is too much em- thesis new stations will be the regular meeting of the Lawtey. Como; Thur., Rosemary Starke, Hlway 100. Up 121 Sooth St. Starfce, Pla.

Methodist 1 I jr-hasis on mule building. No for ,education rather than enter- Starke Chapter ; 2tp 11/15
Church in Lakeland, FFA, Wednes- This year for the first time a Clooney; FrL Johnny Ray.
FOR RENT-Small :3 room apart
will 'be in the phase of the program should. be tainment and there will be no day morning. The 5:45' Mon. 'Glen Tues.. FOR RENT-one bedroom furnished
pulpit at the mornIng four members junior team of girls also_ enteredthe Gray; ment all private. Rent reasonable
all important" advertising ,commercials since giving the. to 600 St. apartm"nt'wltb heat hot water,
I girl or man. Lafayette
worship reports Eddie Fisher Wed. Ted
jvnrice. ,
were! John Judging competition., It was ; gas and electricity furnished. Apply
"A let of valuable: teaching can I the operation will be paid forty Goolsby. Jimmie UP at Apt. I. 50J E.' Browplee ,
Heath 'Thur Martin
'nIere111 be dinner on the he Clark, 'Glen composed of Joy Starling. Law- ; "Tony ; Up
accomplished in education state and Moore
physical He and *
grounds: following the service, James Cowart. tey; Barbara Jean Green. Brook Fri., ,Three ,Suns. :i CARPENTER NEEDS WORK Renalrs FOR RENT-Furnished 4 room
classes. he said. He said that it is possible that correspondence The conference or new. R. H. English, 317
apartment Private bath and
and another was designed er; Carolyn .Pellum, Unda Was- 6:00 Third d1tiinnews) front
past minister
of the pointed out that in physical education courses in various to help FFA. N. Proadway near JaiL Itp entrance. Garage and large; patio
church will nil the mlplt at the chapter officers to din and,Barbara Shadd, Starke. 6:15: The Service Show. enclosed In back. No peta. Adultsor
clasa the children will I tetter '
evening service at 1:30. are subjects televised In the understand and carry out I Classes in which the teams: 6:30 WhatABurger'Show' FOR"S.LEstork' Line Baby Crib. couple with small child. Located
: .. i In a more relaxed atmosphere fUture. 4 their responsibilities. Good condition. Mr*. Jewett Fogg, 570., W,- Call fit. Phone 113-J.
judged were poultry, clothing '
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SECTION TWO. Bradford County: TelegrapK "

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Trunkful Of I he said, when on 'one occasion a field. '-I-definite- plans, he intends to keep -[-show birds and maybe fill several -

Ribbons Won price of $150 each was set on a But though he has outlined no j I right on producing champion I|f more trunks with ribbons.
pair of birds which had just wona .
grand championship. McCrossin -
said he 'backed out of the I -

By Young Chicken Fancier ,"Y I sale, crated the birds and made 'I
yY1 the 30 mile trip to his home. On
t j arriving at the farm the chick, We Give
I :_ almost perfect specimens of Or- ens, then with a known value of
rr phingtons, Plymouth Rocks and $150 each, were dead.
Leghorns. j But on the matter of selling, /,

f Though to the average person, I McCrossin said there is usually 3t -
e'C McCrossin's yard would seem little argument about price.
rich in prize birds, these are onlya "After you get a good bird, you iSTAMlt
( v few of the many he has han- can ask your own price," he
dIer during the 15 years he has stated.
been a chicken fancier. At the Granny and Arthurthe Besides being an accomplishedraiser

present time, the young farmer and showman of chickens, WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF
owns about 60 birds, only a :. whole business is Vac sate of McCrossin: has also served as
birds to foreign countries and poultry judge at fairs in several
fraction of the nearly 1,000 which
he was able to boast at one time. commercial growers for the im- states. He is continuously study-
T; But every one of the 60 is a provement of their stock. ing the "Standard of Perfec- Kerosene or Heatingd
-j I top quality bird, either a cham- By winning the top places in tion,' which his mother refers to :
pion or having the potentialityof the shows, the fancier creates a as his "bible," and keeps in con-
becoming one. name for himself and his birds tact with noted poultry author-
"I won't keep anything but The I and they are sought by these i ities over the United States with DURING TilE 1957-58 WINTER SEASON

best," the remarked. groups so that a certain breed whom he has become acquainted.
young man I
When McCrossin moved to can be started or his pure stock Though a veteran in the hand- YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLYAND
Broderick with Brown I II be used to cross with other ling of prize chickens, McCrowin: ;
I Leghorn (on knee), Blue Sumatra Hampton from Maryland in May breeds
(top corner) and Cochin. I he brought with him about 150 I chicken.to produce a commercial continues his to exhibit enthusiasmover FILLED AS NEEDED
i birds, but in the months since f hobby.
There's a chicken farm in the same time keeping a wary has eliminated all but his present McCrossin's birds have been I "It's quite fascinating," he
I Hampton operated by a young watch to make sire you don't I I 60 because the others "didn't exported to countries all over the said. "There's a history to every CALL US
farmer, Broderick McCrossin, get too close is a very rare Blue come up to my standards" The world. When he and his family chicken and you learn a lot about TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION
which is decidedly out of the or- Sumatra rooster winner of a ones which were eliminated went were living on the :Maryland the different countries from
dinary. The farm instead of pro number of grand championships.And into the McCrossin family freezer. farm, which was not far from which they come."

ducing egg producers or meat honking sassily out in the from Washington, D. C., ambassadors The factthat McCrossin'sflock 4i.. JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. .
birds, raises champion show pecan grove you can hear Mr.\ And the stacks of ribbons won the foreign nations sought out is at the lowest point in .
birds, many of them of rare and McCrossin's pair of international by his birds during the past 15 farm to arrange for the numbers since he began his hob-
unique variety.IkleCrossin's champion Pilgrim geese. years are solid proof that Mc- purchase of chickens to bj ship by is no sign that he has intent- .{66.YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER
I ped to
backyard is filled Several other varieties not Crossin's high standards have Even countries. ions of quitting. By no means, Phone 12 713 South Walnut St. -
t with though McCrossin's birds he said. The thought hadn't even
champions future cham-
or found on an ordinary chicken been successful.The are I
pions. Strolling nonchalantly a- farm are also seen parading a- young chicken fancier has he win undoubtedly quite valuable, crossed his mind.
round can be seen a Dark Brown round McCrossin's yard. For example won so many top prizes in poul- their not attempt to estimate Since moving to t Florida he"
Leghorns cockerel, worth. He said he doesn't will have to take awhile to learn S&H Green Stamps Also Given At 66 Stations
reserve cham- there are Cochins from try shows that he quit countingribbons like to place Phillips !
pion of last a price tag on them about the fairs and shows, he
year's Montgomery China, Brahmas, also from the long ago. Instead of us- unless faced
(Md.) County Fair. Pecking in Orient, Hamburgs from Germany ing figures as a measuring stickhe sale. This with an immediate said, and become acq'Jaintedith\
the grass not far off while policy was established; other persons interested in the
at I not to mention handsome, uses other standards such as
oagiuis ana irunKtuis. -
I In fact, the winning of the
ribbons has almost become a -- '
hobby in itself for McCrossin, Proved and approved around the r worlchand now its here for you. .. the 58 FORD
I ,
This ( one which serves as a prime
mover and inspiration for the

urge for perfection in his flock. Y, a Ct
McCrossin started his chicken pry

I hobby as a 4-H project while a 58 FORD Y

youngster on the family farm _
near Gaithersburg, ]rid., entering HERE
DO YOUR SHOPPING I his first show when he was 10- _
yeara-old. Beginning with Wyan- .
dottes and Plymouth Rocks he
soon branched into other breeds.

When asked what was respon-
AT HOME sible for keeping his interest so ''' '',..{ .Cr::

keen during the since instead
years J ', ':.a..{>';tt ai, 'Cc's A t r
of fading out as do so
many youthful projects, MCJ
(O.nc of a scries! of timely messages! Crossin smiled, picked up a blue gk
y1H'O: %%
telling uliy, more than e\er before ribbon and said, "These.:' Y ;

tliis (Christina you should do your chopping "When I started raising show -" .
birds I swore I would get a
at HOME:).
trunkful of ribbons before I

quit," he said. 'The winning of
ribbons is fascinating."

I McCrossin reached his goal of

jl a! t I I a trunkful of ribbons several
but a fire which destroyed
years ago -
. . --- .
the family house in 1951 t ;?>:""'-. --- =- :*/,1:,,;
r's IN also destroyed the ribbons. But i0 .-
','1- .
:2 since 1951, McCrosain has madea
s r
> healthy start toward another

.I t tl with trunkful as ribbons.well, displaying as a ''board a large covered bagful One look tells y .u. there's nothing newer in the world !

During the years, McCrossinhas
had many birds of which hewas

especially proud, but the
one which seems to hold the
proudest memories for him wasa
Black Minorca which literally
won its weight in ribbons.
Held in highest esteem among
; M IIUT CM em 11..
the birds in his present stock are WllOIJ woaa AI A"__
the Brown Leghorn cockerel and
his three Blue Sumatras.

An indication of the degree to
which McCrossin has become a
connoisseur of fine birds i is
Mrs. Ed Simpson, owner, and N. S. Wood- shown in the fact that he is the

burn, watchmaker at (.IEM 1 JEWELRY. owner of the only three Blue

Sumatras in the United States.
These 'birds are members of one
of the world's oldest families of

You haH made your home in Starke and chickens which were brought to
this country from the island of
are in a sense, an investor in the welfare Sumatra where they were jungle 4 g\
fowl. I
I of our town. We merchants have also invested _
McCrossin's' Blue Sumatra

here to :grow and help the town rooster has been a grand cham n.
pion in fairs in seven states. The _
grow and thrive. It is a mutual investment Leghorn cockerel, though only

nine months old, is already the ... .,II .. . .. __ .
beh\een all of spur sue U a MW went M xyr m tM M fMlTM'
us. winner of the reserve champion- .. ..
ship at the Montgomery County New de nlptired styling 3..: : ... 4fa'i' yi ,
p-t .
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Our investments are greatly affected by the fair and is expected to go on tC. -.
New f
match or better the record u Interceptor power i J ,

volume of business done, and this is where his famous father who held th> New ise-Q-Matk Drive ry \ F .
championship title at the Madi- Siyfr vy
YOU enter into the picture. Every time son Square Garden showing for New Ford-Air Svspensioi r5P P : yu4f ? J

two straight years, Boston New MogtcXirde Steering Fyr h
you make a shopping trip out of town, it champ for five years and chair

I weakens the investment that you and your pion at the Harrisburg showinfor The,58 Ford is the newest ear in k yJti J r J..Ii 4
four years. the trorld-the only car erer to meet

merchants have made in our town. The young farmer's poultry worldwide test and vein irorldvide $

fancying has also extended on a approral before its public TM'P be A tl with,.,d's MW. Intercept 1.0 get ip to 15% mn gas savings ,..'II ride M a cl.J iitteod ef a | steer writs a feather feed wi*
This Christmas, more than ever, before, : smaller scale to the raising of premiere. *V-I"" PrcdtiM FM!(.dwtiei. will sew Criise-0-Metic Drive spring with Ferd-Air. Sespeesie ferff MW Magk-Circb Staeri g.
geese with two veterans of the There's nothing newer than these engines teamed with the new Interceptor V-e. four air pillows literally soak up the Nothing rolls like a ball and they, ,
let's all remember this and make a con- : showing included in the small Here's a car so new,so beautifulIt that give you up to 300 hp New 01 position, used for all normal bumpsl!And Ford's new air suspension the secret of Ford's handling MM.
flock honking around the farm. made eyes pop from Paris to Smoother"' power' From leu gait One driving, lets you move smoothly relevels the car every time someone Free-moving steel! balls in the steerwfsnechamsm
M-ientious effort secret is Precision Fuel Induction a automatically-with Just a touch of inside is loaded. An virtually frictia 4rM
to do our shopping, at These are Granny and Arthur, Pakistan a car so rugged it steps or luggage are
wonderful new corburetion,fuel feed. your toe-from solid-feeling toke-offs extra cost option, you get all this at -give yo* the closest thing yet I*
home. We Starke merchants have gone all international champions of the proved its mettle in a road test kg. and combustion system. right up to highway cruising speeds. traditionally low Ford pncesl power steering I Com w sad trf U
Harrisburg display. Granny, around the entire world! What's ..,. '
out to though 30-years-old is still in or" ,,., ., JL" ..... -f".
provide attractive holiday merchan- fine more, it did it on surprisinglylittle -.- ....;'r.... ,- -. .., -,

dise for the citizens of Starke and surround. During shape.his 15 years of active Fuel gas-thanks Induction.to Come new in Precision and "}i Action Test America

ing area. We participation in the showing of Come in today. 58 FANDREWS
will greatly appreciate it if let us show you the world's mod worid roved u.,7
birds, McCrossin.' through the influence only car
you show us the consideration of lookingin of the 4-H program, has i beautiful new bargain!
joined his two brothers on vari-
Starke stores first this Christmas seas ous occasions in sheep and cattle

.son.TRY raising, bringing home prizes in

i both Though fields.a chicken fancier real- MOTOR CO.

izes great pleasure from the
work of raising the birds and
STORES FIRST! great satisfaction out of the
ribbons and awards he wins at MADISON A1\D' DAMS'' STS. J PHONE 118 '
shows, the ultimate purpose of FLORIDA'r

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Lutheran Services ............. .YT..TTTTY1'TYTTTTVTT..1'.y.. yyyyyyVVVVVVYYYVVV1VVV;

J 122. E. Washington St. NEWS OF INTEREST TQ COLORED) NORTH SIDEBy Madison Street Baptist ChurchPresently

Regular services will be held CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy

CHURCH NEWS at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our Mrs.. Carl Brown ( Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.)
new location,
,&&&.. &..&& &&&&.&&...A Forceful PreachingEACH
Street (near' Walnut Street) I ....&.&&....&.. && Good Singing -
The Rev. Myron G. Mader, pasI -- -- Rev. Walter Zvoda. filled the
t. tor of The First Lutheran Churchof Exhibits Colorful I Circle will meet at the home of pulpit Sunday morning and LORD'S DAY .
...... .
Ocala, will conduct the Many red, white and blue ribbons Sister, Prince on Saturday, all evening.

Methodist Church Presbyterian ChurchFriday services.All were won by the articles members and community friendsare The G. W. Stringfellows of Sunday School ________________-_ 9:45 A.M.
without a home placed on exhibit at the Bradford invited to attend. If you visit
persons the State Farm were supper 31:00 A.M.
Fair. commenda- the Circle once will return. Morning __------------------
choir to attend. County Special you
Sunday School for everyone adult practice church are invited guests of the Oscar Carters last I
to the pupils, Please remember our sick: DeaconS.
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, 11a. 8 p. m.Sunday. were given

m. Dine-A-Mite for Intermed- _- Church school for Mark's Episcopal teachers, principals and patronsfor W. Newman and Sister Mary Sunday nightMra Norman and chil- Training Union ______________________ 6:15 P.M.

iate and Senior MYF 6:15: p. m. all ages, 9:45: ; Morning Worship, St.- the. very fine work. The fair Mack, This Is where your Home I dren spent last Sunday with her Evening Worship ______________---- 7:30 ,:,P3!. '

Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Dr. "Our Responsibility," 11 a. m.; Rev. Raymond MacBlaln committee was led by Principal Mission work should begin. Our I parents; Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30: P.M.
who did a and officers will leave for
Eddie very pastor
J. E. District Youth 6 Eve- Services-9:45: a.m.,
McKinley, Super- Fellowships, p. m.; Sunday section.
Rosier of Evergreen
fine Post Commander Guy, the annual conference this week
intendent of the Gainesville Dis- ning Worship, "An UnendingTask Church School; 11:00: a.m., Morn- job.
Andrews. and his members were which will be held in Jacksonville. Mrs. Carrie Norman and Mr. Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial Invitation
trict, will bring the message. 7:30 p .m. ing Prayer and Sermon. -
Conferenceof Communion-First Sun- pleased with the participation. A They will return for service at the and Mrs. Oscar Carter To Worship In Starke's Youngest ChurchI
The first Quarterly Monday Circle 3 will meet Holy
and Mrs. Lois
red ribbon was awarded Mrs. Co- church on Sunday. Gladys Blye, the John Aguiars
the church will be held immediately with Mrs. L. W. Pace. day, 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, .
rean :McNeil for a beautiful pink reporter. Carter hi Jacksonville Sunday I Nursery open for all services Room for all.
after the evening ser- Tuesday Circle 1 will meet 7:30 a.m. .
Choir crochet vase. She is the presidentof Cover Girl afternoon.Mr. I
vice. with Mrs. T. A. Yawn, 8 m. Wednesday-7:00: p.m., '
p. Club of and Mrs. Carl Thomas
and the" Carnation one the Annetta Barbara Shell, daughter -
Tuesday WSCs Prayer Wednesday "Th Foundations Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany. leading social saving! clubs of, the, spent the weekend in Alabama REV. JACK H. MABRY, JR., PastorP.
Bible Study. of Elmer and Ozora Shell, recently I
of Christian
Group, 9:30 a. m. Citizenship, city. Other community clubs are with the Henry Martin family.
first study in "Christians are Other meetings and. services by I won the honor of "Cover T. NOLIN, Supt. Sunday School
Wednesday Children's Hour invited to participate next year. Henry has been ill, but is better
Citizens." announcement Cash awards will, be made to Girl" for the 1958 calendar of
for young people, 6 to 12, 3:30p. : now. ,
I m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. Thursday Junior Choir GRAHAM school participants. birthdays and_anniversaries of the Johnny Scott spent Friday ,' -:
Practice, 3:30: p. m.; Circle 2, Laid To Rest in Beach with the
Thursday Youth Choir m'l BAPTIST CHURCH Delta Sigma Zeta Chapter of Zeta night Daytona
I Mrs. Robert Chapman hostess, Matthew McNeil was .
hearsal.. 7- n.r' m_no Chancel_____on ______ IS O'CnY\>......da y School, 10-- a.- -m.-- -Morn- Deacon the last Phi Beta Sorority of Gainesville. BHs Band. .........
m. rest after
P. SY laid to Sunday
rehearsal: 8 p. m. o.! ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training rites were spoken.: The principal!I The Starke members are Sorors -

iJ St. Edward's Church Union,7:30 6:30: p.m.Rev.m. Evening. W.Wor-O. eulogy was delivered by Rev. C. Maurice White and Shell. They are THE RIGHT POINT for the THEY SPENT I ao A THEY BUILT
ship, : p.
At The Tabernacle : A. Weaver of Day Spring Baptist I II deeply grateful to the merchantsand
Collins, Sr., pastor. Jacksonville. Rev. Weaver way you write. Come In and select
St Edward's, Starke: Sunday ..I Church, ;' community friends who con- THEIR MONEY A HOME.
The Sponsors of the Funda- was accompanied by a school _
Mass, 9:30: a. m. Holyday Masses, SEVEN!t! DAY tributed and made the victory pos- your favorite ESTERBKOOH
mental Gospel Tabernacle have I I. bus load and many cars which YOU SURELYPOSSE5.5ED
6:30: and 8:30: a. m. Catechism ADVENTIST CHURCH sible. All subscribers will receive YET yf I 1 L.
returned from a brief vacationin carried'members of the deacon Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH!;
Hendersonville. N. C. and the Class for children every Satur- Services each. Sabbath In the I board, deaconess board, trustees calendars before Christmas. ] plt.JG GUESSED
day, 9:30: a. m. home of S. N. Brown across from I District 16 of lf
members I
services were again in their and lay
St. William's, Keystone Beth el TSantict...." ... Church cast ofStarke. -- _. &> / \ __ I
'pu. McNeil was
Deacon former
charge the past weeK. The mes- which Itl :
Heights. (follow Hhvay 21. south I Sabbath School 2 p. m leader. He was praised for hishumility 4 IT

sage Sunday morning concernedthe to: St. William sign Sunday Mass Bible Study each Wednesday, and sincerity. The Johnson To Deliver

"Three Appearances of (April-October) 8:15 a. m.; (No 7:30: p. m Arden Mote, pastor. Sisters of Jacksonville sang Now Equipped -l:::: w

Christ. First, as a babe in the I vember-March) 11 a. m. on 1st, "Jesus Lover of My Soul" in a

manger, Luke 2:7: ; second as He 3rd, 5th Sundays; 8:15: on 2nd ,' EVERGREEN trio arrangement. Rev. Vinson .
is and, 4th Sundays. Holyday Mass BAPTIST CIl1JRt.1ISunday pastor of New Bethel, served as
now appearing in the believer' --
7:30 a. m. Confessions before all School 10 a. m. Preach- i i I master of ceremonies.. Others. appearing .- : KEROSENEANYVVHERE
behalf Hebrews 9:24; third Masaes. ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. :i on the program were:

when He appears "unto them m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer Rev. Clyde. Hankerson, Rev. Damon -

that look for Him" to receive LA WTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Dell, Deacons A 0. Jenkins '

His own, Heb. 9:28.: (presently meeting in City Hall) and Saul Hankerson, Sisters Lena'immons IN THE
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., IIASIPTON and Ozora Shell and WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY
Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.:
worship, 11 a.'m.EveningYoung. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mrs. Wilhelmena Brooks.
Quigley and other members of people's Bible Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30: Educational Tour LAWTEY AREA

the group attended the dedica- study, 7; preaching, 7:30. p. m. Bible Study Wednesday, t The fifth and sixth grade classes MONDAY, NOV. 11TH
tory service of the educational Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 7:30 p. m. Sunday :Morning Worship taught by :Mrs. Maurice White

building at the Fellowship Bible. p. m. 11 a. m. Evening Worship, and Mrs. S: D. Williams sponsored -
Church, Jacksonville of which Radio ProgramStation 7:30: p. m. Bible 'School, 10 a. m. a tour to the museum and Florida I F-A-S-T, COURTEOUS SERVICE

Rev. John Margene is the pastor. WRGR, Monday, 6:3.0: a. m. Farm Colony fii Gainesville I

------- IIEILBRONN- MISSIONARYBAPTIST on Monday.; A bus_ load of pupils WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS;
CHURCH enjoyed the trip. Mrs. Marian

r That's Our Business Sunday Schoor' 10 a. m. Morning Tyson drove the bus for them. -
Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Home Again jPUILDERS

If It's Glass We Have It! Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training Mrs. Maude EllersonMagee returned D. B. (DICK) THOMAS

CALL WRITE or VISIT Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- to Starke Monday after e4 a 333

week Prayer Meeting, Wednes- six months in New York. She will
I : resume her work at Hobe Sound : BEL-AIR PHILLIPS 66, STATION
Joe Peters Glass Co
:NORTH SIDE in another week with Admiraland
BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. E. O. McDonnell. Sheis LAWTEY PHONE 2662.

FOR ANY, GLASS NEED Sunday School 10 a. m. :Morn- a faithful member of Mount : .. : .. .....: ;d

We Design Modern Store Fronts ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training Moriah Methodist Church and

Just Mail Us A Pattern for Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- plans to attend the annual conference -

Table Tops ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting now in session at Gaines-
:Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone ville. She is the only daughter of:

1313 N.W. 4th PL. Gainesville' Fla. Phone FR. 24353 I welcome. E. C. Harvey pastor 'Oak Sister Street Laura Whitmore of 921 Ste/J IhU ,' ,

HIGHLAND Church Xe'sEbenezer
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= BAPTIST CHURCH Baptist Church held v

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. regular services on Sunday "with '

FIRST? BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Rev. :Murphey of Jacksonville in 58
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each charge. He was accompanied by NEW FORD TRUCKS

Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Rev. his wife. We enjoyed the mes-

FLORIDA George Chism pastor. Everybody sage very much. Our church ser-

.. welcome. vices will be held regularly as we i
are accepting ministers to. preachfor .;ar--""'"''" .
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor be' able / '; ;
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST : us so that we may to J\ '
Jefferson and Court LATTER DAY SAINTS call one in the near future. We __,. ... ;= =, : ,

Phones Office Streets 234 --Pastorium_ In The Heart 130 of Town Services each Sunday in old are receiving letters from all over "-'n' :.''''''''''''_''<''_ .. ._. ., ,: . .., ... .3<. ., ._....._ ...._..... ..'",':::-.=, M

Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sunday the state of Florida and Georgia.
Visitors welcome and all
are mem-
School 10 a. m. Sacrament
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Service 6-.30: p. m. Everyone wel). are invited to come out and help
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.\ Union us select a good minister to con- .
Training 6:45: P.M. come. RANCRER0...
tinue the work so well begun by z < NEW'S8 FORD

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS cur retired pastor, Rev. Strong.We y ;' America's first work-or-play truck!

were glad to have Arthur 4.
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH a> CHURCH Parks with us who is on leave ,. lORD
Sunday School, 10 a.. m.; Morn S3 T. Crsst -
from Air Force. He will leave the I
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange lest of this month for overseas ", .
Wednesday Prayer Meeting WTHTHfUAWKlSTHATCOUN1I
duty in Italy. Sunday School each .
listic services 7:30 m.
p. Sunday at 10 a.m., Supt Henry ; a a
7:30 m. s _
p. Bryant in charge. Arthur Frank

was a faithful secretary before he S

Bring The FamilyTo Church! I NEW RIVER joined the Air Force. come out HOI TUT CAB \
BAPTIST CHURCH I and help make Ebenezen biggerand TRUCKS...
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor 'better church. Sister Raynell
Beautiful Gift Presented to Largest Family Present. ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serve English, reporter. lowest-priced* i
TOt Cab line
Yours Could Be The One. ; 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eac.Wednesday. r .
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, la America! $; : w rF 739 p. m. Everyone Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, held
Sermon 11A.MThe: Happy Home" "Bible." regular services on Sunday starting w., ro'd' yl

I with Sunday School at 10 a.m. N=

Sermon 8 P.M. -- "Mad Men" CHURCH OF CHRIST Morning worship at 11 a.m. with yell aJayr f.y3.. ,

C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister Love Feast Communion was

Sunday Sunday School, 10 given at 6 p.m. The pastor is

FirsBaptist| Church, Hampton a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., .asking all members to observe the

evening service, 6:30 p. m. following hours for services; '} i r

-' Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. Morning worship 11 to .12; eve- ..

4 m. ning service 6 to 7 p.m. Please I
come out on time and enjoy a, .' .
Man-iii .
full hour of service. The pastoris

Faile calling a special business meeting -
6rr' of all officers and members .
L ASSEMBLY OF GODG. Modern body is wide
Styleside as as z
of the church for official board "
M. Osborne, Pastor the cab and standard at no extra cost! ; "
immediately after Sunday Sunday, J '. ... ,
PastorHUNDREDS Sunday School, 10 L Mom- ,
t Nov. 10. Church organization for -'. t? S. 1fii "
J t Jug Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic the year will be. made. Please .
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; Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday come out and share in this meet'

J tion weekly extended prayer to service.everyone.Invita- ing.the names Please of let the the members reporter have who with'1. : all that's new..costs less- to !

are sick and shut-in.. We would 'I
CHURCH OF GOD like to publish their names and Meet America's newest, most HEW capacity I Ext/o-wide! NEW power. Powerful more. <

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- addresses so that their friends modem. trucks-Ford for '58! Dis- 23 Styleside% more} pickup loodspoce bodies than.hon any Ford rugged offers V-8 Short engines Stroke! And economy only t
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday may be able to contact them and coverthe hew ,advances in thispacesetting other competitive pickup in both Six and V-81 "' l v

Evening Service 7:45: p. m. YPE provide some cheer. Louise Brox- line..See the many adbiggest loodipoc per dof/of// J* NEW safety! "Safety Visions'y ny'.i ., .

Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. ton, reporter; Sister Elizabeth vantages that help you do YO\1r..JOb NEW.., rid! Scientific dual.headlights lifeguard

.t Prayer :Meeting Friday' 7:45: p. m. Givens, assisting. better and at lower cost! Impod-0-Graph ride tests have steering wheel and double- '
oaetails: L\\nir I' proved amazing superiority of grip door locks. standard on k
are managed and economically Bethlehem Freewill Baptist The a v
I n match yagainst our requirements Ford competitive all Ford trucks r f.,, '
schOOl s suspension over
Sunday ; 10 a. m..11om. s
t attended that Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor, Y.rr
only trained and Ford's over 3QO mode pickups. a ride mighty close NEW"fine car"conveniences! / ,i N''d
: trr ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE. Serv- held services r
ca eftj 1 organization catf.Attend when i u regular- on Sunday., \yfiatever your.need; -from pickupto to that of a carl Ranchero offers all power' assists, w
ice 7:30
Saturday, : m. the '
p. During evening worship
tha NEWomlortlDriverizedCobs windows and air conditioning
urgent need for serving is at heavy duty tandem-Ford's got even power
hand.Funeral y mesSage was delivered by Rev. it j! Add ou'u get' a truck that costs have poo-sag Mat springing, suspended factory-installed, at .&>**001 0 com ori_Ofnonufoavrea
KINGSLE LAKEMISSIONARY Louis of Tifton 'Ga. The I Can r pedals and weather. Ford t.low prices. 'srgWrfednrai fncti.
BAPTIST you less I to own, less to run' and protected inboard steps.
lasts longer too.- "
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn First Christian Church THC BIG FLEETS BUY M33E: FORD TBUCKS. THAN ANY. Of'*" MAKEr. .
Qe V'I T :r-, C. JONES ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Soy seeyour Ford Dealer today _

P one: 'Z Stark FIL. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer-Meetinp: Morning worship, 11 ..m- andstep.atieaLlWithAmerica'smCst ,FORD' TRUCKS COST LESS
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every! Rev. J. _Sherwood, pastor modem truck built to. cost
H. Ifott \ .. ins ro eu: i LAST LONGER ft.-ci
Director- Ambulance] Serriee one weJcomRev. H. Sunday School, 10 a.m. zyoti -' LESS ro OWN <

pastor. Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. .
Our local funeral borne enables nj to otter coare&ta aad

services not otherwise available. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 Wednesday Prayer Meeting,

_. Rev. (X Brace Stalllngs pastor Adult pm.Choir practice, 6:45 pja. kntdre'w"s' Motor CO': !
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Sunday School, a. m; morning Wednesday. ,
We furnish the highest type, aervlce .at lowest pr' *, aD4 worship, 11 a. :m.; training Ladies Council 1st and 3rd '

accept AN r'14e insurance policy in/force! iaiaed by ANT union 7 p. m.; evening worship Tuesday nights. .

coinpi lly, aa )payment in, part 04 la full on a ra eta Sp.m. Everybody welcome'-to .eac1a ', .. '
OeuolUtioa carries BO ebUpt1aD.I Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, service MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE-118 STARKE; FLA.
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Heights Elementary PTA. She Mrs. Janie H. N oe. sixth and # t'4
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy was an active member of the St. I seventh grade teacher, was ab- I

it Williams Catholic Club and Altar : sent on Thursday and Friday last T. 'ibis will. ,*. "

Mrs. J. Russell Young Society. :Mrs. Morgan was at the week with illness in her family, Ujr Airs. Ancel IVornranAAALALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA o U
\ I time of her ,death a member ,of and Mrs Jean Misner served as 1A


Spooks Take Overi ety of articles will be on sale, and had worked untireingly for pupils in the school were The Training Union social

Keystone Heights turned the including hand made items can- many civic interest treated to a Halloween party on held at the church recently was
| town over to the children on ned and baked goods, "while ele- The Requiem :Mass was con- Friday afternoon last week. Fol an enjoyable event. Chicken ;...--... do 4het

Thursday night when the Annual phant" items flowers and plants, ducted by Father Skehan assisted lowing the parties in the class- pilau was the main dish.Revival .

Halloween Festival sponsored by Christmas decorations and gifts by two priests from adjoining rooms, the seventh grade nosed services began at our

the PTA opened with the parade and many other attractions. dioceses and the music out the eighth graders in a church Monday night with Rev. ).
which began at the fire station Final plans will be completedat was sung by nuns from St. Vin- softball game, 2019. The score John Strickland of Palatka as
and :proceeded to the City Park. the business meeting of the cent's Hospital. Burial was in was close and seventh graders the evangelist. The New River work I
Judging of the costumes resultedin Club on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 2 the Keystone Heights Cemetery. timed it right by being one run Quartette is providing special iwo
KeynotesMr. ahead when the bus arrived and
awarding of prizes to an arrayof p. m.Catholic I music and everyone is cordially
. bunnies 'b bies. gypsies, Club MeetingThe and Mrs. Herb Nelson ended the game. I invited to attend these services

ghosts even a "safe driving" Catholic Club will meet on have returned from a trip to Mrs. Shirley Wisner Ohio : each night at 7:30.
Wreck, and Zorro. Besides these Wednesday. Nov. 13, with a covered i visit their newest grandchild, Ed- state director of the- Child Evan- Mrs. Maggie Clemens celebrated -

first, prizes, there was a prize dish supper at 6 p. m. Following -: ward Szymanski, Jr., born' in gelism Fellowship conducted a : her birthday anniversary witha :... U ,
for each youngster participating.The the supper a business Wilmington, Del. Oct. 15. The chapel'at the school on Wednesday dinner at her home on Sunday "
,gate prize was won by Mrs meeting will be held. baby, their fifth grandchild, is morning last week, and wasa \
George Massa. Solemn High Requiem Mass the son of their son-in-law and luncheon guest of the school. Oct. 27. A number of her children -

Mayor M. L. Beasley served as Solemn High Requiem Mass. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sylvia Starling a former pupil ,. other relatives and friends This one all-weather/ motor oil gives you the/ easy O ( ,
general chairman. Lions Club was held for Mrs.: H. L. Morgan, Szymanski. Mrs. Szymanski wasa who has been attending enjoyed the day with her. 1

and Rotary Club and Clay Elec- Jr on Saturday morning, Nov. I visitor in Keystone Heights in school in Mango has returned to The R. L. Morgans and daugh- starting of a light motor oil. the high temperature

tric served hamburgers, hot dogs 2, at 11 o'clock at St. Williams April. Hampton Elementary School. A ters visited relatives in Fort O
and coffee. The townspeople Catholic Church in Keystone The Nelsons stopped over on new pupil, Mitchell Gomes, who White recently. protection of.a heavy motor oil. It's one oil combining the .. .
. turned out in numbers to Heights. :Mrs. : has been school in
good Morgan parsed their home to see the University attending
support this annual affair by the away in a Jacksonville hospitalon way of North Carolina and Green Cove Springs, transferredto Arthur Green was home on different advanfqges of a light and heavy oil f for all driving condition,

I, PTA., proceeds of which go to Thursday Oct. 31. Rosarywas Tennessee play the homecominggame Hampton school this, week. leave recently while, his ship was_
various school projects.Woman's held at DeWitt C. Jones in Chapel Hill N.; C. Mr. Campbell Store, Sold docked at Mayport.Mrs. .

Club Ba-zaar Chapel 'Starke on Friday evening Nelson enjoyed the visit to his James Brasier and his parents Bobby White and childrenof Users of Tiopi Ainc All-Weather Motor Oil never haveto
The next event civic Mr. and about different grades of oil. TROP-ARTIC
on the Alma Mater. Mrs. W. F. Bras- Folkston Ga. spent last week worry using
calendar of Keystone Heights Mrs. Morgan was active in :Mrs. Benjamin R. Weld was ier of Hawthorne' have purchased .-: with Mr. and Mrs. J.. B. White is a light oil and heavy oil in one(grades lOW through 30)).
following. the PTA, Carnival is, church and civic affairs in the the victim: of an accident at her the grocery store on West *- Furthermore, it lubricates and protects your motor far
as usual the Woman's Club Din- community, having been President home when she suffered a broken Navarre St., in Hampton, from and Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman. better than any of the old-fashioned"single grade",oils. .,
ner Sand Bazaar. The dinner will of the Catholic Deanery, St. i ankle last week. Mr. and Mrs C. H. Campbell tG -
be served beginning at 5:30 p. Augustine Diocese, National Mr. and Mrs. The reason is TROP-ARJIC never gets too thick or too.
m. on Saturday Nov. 16. A vari- Council of Catholic Women, and William Reynolds Sr. enteredSt. purchased the store Campbell in who thin.In a cold engine flows quickly.for easy starting.In!a ,

to .i Vincent's Hospital for a physical from John, Parker, are -unable August;(o ;, cAy's hot engine it retainsihe"body" necessary to prevent wear. ,
check-up on Monday.
friction gasoline.It keeps your engme_
It reduces to save you
operate the business, due to Mr.: -
i Wally Muhlhofer left for Chicago health. Home Appliances clean. Compared to old-fashioned oils it can,even, ub.l!
on Thursday to be with his expect: life. Get TROP-ARTIC All-Weather Motor Oil today
to remain in Hampton, at least engine .
CASH FOR I mother, who has been ill at the for the present. Your Friendly from your Phillips 66 Dealer. Amdem_*.
I home of her daughter.Mrs. COMPANY
Youth Rally Thursday Norge Dealer Pmiurs PETROLEUM
William G. Few was tak
At Christian Church
en to St. Vincent's Hospital on
Hampton Christian Church NQRGE APPLIANCES t-4
Monday. Her condition is criticalat t rxntt
PECANSmm will host the North Florida
this writing. MAYTAG WASHERS
Christian Youth Rally next
Your correspondent has enjoyed re ? r : 3 -
Thursday evening, Nov. 14, at 0 COLEMAN HEATERS andFLOOfi
weekend with
I past visvting 7:30 p. m. at the church. ..
her daughter, Miss Edith Young, _FURNACESWe lP- J '
in Miami. While there she had Young people representing
churches in Lake City, Lake Service All Makes
the pleasure of hearing the.Mi. -
ami University Symphony, conducted Butler! Live Oak, Orange Lake Of Appliances

CASH PRICES Boston by Pops Arthur Orchestra Fiedler and of Gui-the be and present Jacksonville, according are expected to Donald to i r j Phone 10 PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN SAND !

Hucks, pastor of the Hampton
omar Novaes, Brazilian pianist. i StarkelFlorMa
Also, the Miami Players in "By church. VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY

the Skin of Our Teeth" by :"Family.Sunday" At .

PAID Thornton Wilder.HAMPTON. Hampton Baptist Church --4'r
With special emphasis on a

.y VVVVBy .... .........., family Sunday, Hampton Baptist
Church will present a prize next 3x
Sunday Nov. 10 to the largest
6 DAYS PER WEEKAT family present for both Sunday

School and church services, according -
Mrs. D. E. 1HU
to Marvin Faile, pastor.

A444AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASchool Mrs. Shirley Wisner, state director -
for Child Evangelism Fel-
Hit By Flu, lowship in Ohio,
presented a
STATE 22 Absent Monday flannelgraph study in Training;
MARKET Twenty-two pupils-a sixth of Union at the Hampton Baptist

the enrollment of 132-were absent Church on Sunday evening Oct. f;5
from Hampton Elementary 27. .

School on Monday this week, as PersonalsMr t ,,' t

J. R. Wainwright Produce Co. ber influenza for the affected first time a large this num-year and ,daughters and, Mrs., spent D. H.last,Crawford week-

Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, t.
end in Miami
with Mr. and Mrs. ;
PHONE 179 .a t
STARKE FLA. said.Also Darrell Burkhart .# '
on the influenza list Mon- .
Mr. and Mrs. :
C. A. Cox left
AT FARMERS MARKET day were Mrs. Eva Henderson, Tuesday for Miami, where they w ty

music teacher, who was confinedto will spend several months this
her home and unable to meet winter with their son and daugh-
with her classes at EleHere's .
Hampton -
ter. Sunday visitors at the Cox
, -=:t, ,, "
home were her brother and sis- t

4 ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.

,Phillips of Jacksonville.
Sunday afternoon visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mra Raleigh
J Brannen were l. r. and :Mrs.

'r O. G. Johnson and Miss Emma

PROOF that\: vvww5 McElroy of Reddick-Flemingtoh, I .
... .. and;, Mr. and Ml'$. C. H. Layfield 4.j.R kaW !
4 .....,.,.,,..f and family of Gainesville. \. uF 4

Irving: Young; returned last
week from a visit with relativesin

Bagdad, Ky. I )9 fY
.... ....,. -,, n Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and Joe
Wigina drove to '
Macclenny on
.,,,., .-.,,-,?.xs: Monday of last; week, and Mrs.
"" + ,
._A_ Y.1I Eva Rungeof Jacksonville, who
__ -z hw.r 44 had spent the weekend here
went to M cctennyVim them.

BEAT $ JMr. 'and. '.Mrs.: George, Williams
and Howell were Jacksonville

visitors: Sunday. NOW ON DISPLAY
.. ,.
--k i Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Thornburgof

Ip Fairfrost, S. c.,_and L. A.

Thornburg" of Charlotte, N. C., Swept Win 58
I were,.recent g'1.1est.cat the home -
of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonin.

dK I Hampton. While here they
and the Wattersons spent some

t r f .,. 1 rMM time at their cottage 'at Cedar SO ADVANCED IT LEAVES THE REST BEHIND! Rarely does a neW> ear appear on the scene 89
Key also sightseeing in Green f
Cove Springs Jacksonville,.Jack- advanced that.it has no counterpart Such a car is now on display-the Swept..Wmg 58 by Dodge..It is
for .AIdNM sonville Beach fishing at the 1 "

jetties at Mayport and visited low very daring, beautifully proportioned. Riding and handling qualities are remarkably See the Sewpb .'.
the Rothhammer Bird Farm at
,.3 /modern -, / Wmg 581>, Dodge SOOIL To own it're a rev adventure.
Melrose. returned
'.'' yVtitiV4 : The Thornburgs -
.'..'*-..".s. u / ... ..... _- home October 27. SJ.e.p mng 58lrr: JfaiJ

wafer heating! (( i ir The Hampton Baptist ,WMU "1f' 1' '. .
will meet neXt Thursday evening.

x J Nov. 14, at 7:30: p. m. at the
ELECTRIC- \ 1 home of Mrs. C. L., Cooper. The ,
WATER, HEATING )\15. ; '
." : program will be "Three Blocks I
'---- t > in the, Night," on medical missions
teak all/ /
other methods
E because ,it\\
l ;. AH members. are urged to
-- -
.Wry- >. "" attend.
tJW ..
\ 1.\l.\
,SAfBUHa! open flames, M pilot light.. sate as IQ electric l.jht bulb! '* I I Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Watterson
\ ,., visited the. Owen. Bryants ,near
': ClEAWSt-No smote, M soot k> soil walls ewtalas Fanish l1&j; cicaalng is easier, ;, z: 71 Waldo Sunday afternoon.' :Mrs. :

COOt Bryant has been very sick, but d .4
$T-Heat is 100% sealed i irk One.thud to ooe-bag {ass heat MI arc seeded! *' d, ,is much improved 'now.

I 4 CH( p( r-h's .\ Dot Eiland, B {tty" During., R.
lour. cheaper to go all electric, than lo use i ccmtlinatiM of fuels .M I l\ F. Cutchen and Frank 'Thorn
"I. kkchenUundry! \
were deep sea fishing near Cedar
i ',< J t SIMflBT-Heatfrs! tuck in uliere 'J Key on Saturday of last week ,I
> an); ; no costly flues or sent; no long, heat.ras iinS
1 :: : Mr. and Mrs.
pipe runs! -. ._ : Donald. Hucks
; :, ( (j spent Friday'nd. Saturday in
I; See {\ Tampa, where they visited. relatives -
i;, r'4 <, your appliance/ dealer now...so you can start to } .' -
.. ., ,
S LIVE IllfEft.. ftECT'UCA11.Y t \ has Miss been Katherine visiting here Weest with, who her '

mother, Mrs.. 'T. F.. Brown forfour : Hardy Brothers Motor Company

FLORIDA POWER & IICHT 'COMPANY t weekateft this week for her
home in Elizabeth, N. J. Miss

bW 4 cr Weest, Mrs.. Brown and Mrs 'i
W. Home visited Mrs" Mary
Sweeney in Gainesville on,Thursday 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE,

-- of last week- ,: iJ--. .
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If, Bin. i. L StricklandMr.

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and Mrs. Billy Andwesonwho FOOTBALL : '
formerly lived at Middle-

bur gand now live in Ocala were

visiting with us in Clay Hill ( i + +
church Saturday night and also ,
attended Homecoming services

Black Pond on Sunday. t x
Melvin Watson of Maxville t ( ; =7
visited the Stricklands at Clay

Hill Friday night of last week.

We were glad Willard Lane
Could be with us in services at :.

the Clay Hill Church while he

was home on leave. Tornados Ketterlinus *
Mrs. Grace Lang Is spendinga vs.

few days in Tampa with relatives \

helping her dad celebratehis .
.birthday.Our '
daughter Minnie Parmelee t ,.
her husband Ed and two sons.

Billy and Bobby Gurr visited

with us Sunday afternoon. r
Our Sunday School Superin-

tendent has been absent from November
church services, sick with flu Friday

or some malady, but we were '
glad he was able to be back withus .

Sunday.again Saturday night and \.7r ,

We' to hear that .
were sorry .I -, .
Howard Cerncy is In the hospital .:
4 .. .'
and will undergo surgery.
\ .. ,:

pointment Rev. Patterson with us filled at Clay his Hilf ap- I o BRADFORD PARK ... 8: PM' >""

Saturday night/! and we enjoyed .. 0to
hearing a great sermon. Mr. Pat- ., ; '" ...., :,;..,;:..;:.:;'i:oHi-u.of'." .. _
terson will be our preacher next \ .. "
Sunday morning and evening, our ,
pastor going: to Mr. Patterson's
church and preaching for his con-

gregation. "" ". .'..L... .'.'__'.'L__ -..- -'_._._. _._ _._.- .. I
Next Saturday evening is our .t Admission :

regular sing and all are invited. r- Home Games ------1

We have the Raiford singers and I Qut-Qf-Town Games
some of the Black Pond singers September 27 BHS 13 i Bolles 0 Grades 1 thru 4 Free if Accompanied by Parent !i
booked for singing at this! ser i

vice.come All on and of you help who us, can or rather sing, 1 Octobers \ 4 BHS 38 P. K. Yon g e 13 Grades 5 thru 12 May Purchase 50c Ticket at September 20 BHS 6 :Macclenny 0

We would rather ,
sing for us.
hear someone else sing as to October ? r 11 Palatka 18 BHS 6. School Only October 25 BHS 13 Fernandina 6

have to do all the singing our-

selves. The song service will October V 17 .. DeLand 7 BHS 6 '

tart at 1 p.m. until further not- All Tickets Sold at Gate To Anyone 5th Grade Up November. 1.. Seabreeze 6 BHS 0

ice.We November 8.. Ketterlinus In Starke .
had almost full Sun-
our $LOOAdults
day School enrollment present I November 15.. Santa Fe In Starke November 22.. Green Cove Springs Away

Sunday. Just missed full enroll I t i
ment by four. Come on and let's _._._._._,_,_._._._._._._._,_._._._._._._._._,_ _._ e $1.00 dt _"_._._"._._._._"_._._._._._"_"_"_"- _,_,_. _'_ _._ _
fill up God's house for worship .'

services. Every Junior pupil en- ,
rolled and one visitor were-pre-
sent We are proud of our Jun

iors. *\ .


THE RIGHT POI'T for thevvay

you write. Come in and select -

your favorite ESTERBROOK -... I

Fountain Pen: TELEGRAF1L Best Wishes To The Team Mow 'Em Down, TornadoesHERB'S Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence

r will not be responsible' for any THOMAS CONSTRUCTION CO. DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT j
debts made by anyone other than
myself. Curtis-T. Grlffls 5t 11/29 Friendly Norge Dealer

TAX DKKII Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes Maytag Appliances Coleman Heaters and
See. IB 1.1 A. F".
Notice Is hereby given that T. J. Floor FurnacesVe service all makes
Alderman, the holder of the following
certificates has filed said KOCH DRUG STORE t
certificates for a tax deed to be Us
Issued thereon. The certificate CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager -
numbers and years of issuance', the .A Good Team Like The Tornadoes
description of the property and the
name' In which It was assessed areas Compliments Of
follows: Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Deserves Your Support j
Certificate No. 53; Year of Issuance

2 of llk 3 Lincoln City (S'i of WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATIONBest ,
'SEU W of Ry) Sec 32 T6 S. R. <
in which assessed: IlattieStarkcM. ,
All of said property being In the Wishes To The Team
County of Hradford. !State': of Fla.
Unless such certificate or certificates Support The Tornadoes: With Your Presence 118 Court Street Phone 514-J
shall be redeemed accordingto ROBERTS JEWELRYYOUR
law the property described In ,
such certificate' or certificates will
be sold to the highest bidder at the HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. FRIENDLY JEWELER ,
court house door on the first Mon
day in Month of December, 1937; Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
which I Is the 2 day of Dec., 1957.
Dated this 29 day of Oct.. 1957. I
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby {F (Compliments Of Compliments Of B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.
Cl>rk of Circuit Court of Brad-
ford County, Florida. ,.. C. HAZEN, JR.
lilt 4t 11/22 NEW METHOD CLEANERSBest

181.UI. F.".
Notice is hereby given that T. J. 124 Starke, Fla. Wishes To The TeamFAULKNER'S
:Alderman, the holder of the following DENMARK FURNITURE CO. I
certificates has filed said
certificates for a tax: deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
numbers and years of issuance, the Compliments Of
. description of the property, and the Best Wishes Of
names In which it was assessed are

as Certificate follows No. 36; Year of Issuance STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Best Wishes Team GEM JEWELRYThe
Description of Property: 1 lot as I L .
described In Deed Rook 52 page f'' THE FARMERS SUPPLYOnward House Of Fine Diamonds
309. Sec. I*. T. 6 S. a. 22 E. I JVe're .Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!.
Name Calbert.All in. which assessed! : Horace Starke's Leading JewelerCompliments

County of of said Bradford.property State being of In Fla.the r'KP' [;A WSON'S MARKETCome Tornadoes!
Unless such certificate or certificates -
shall be redeemed accordingto Of
law the property described in
such certificate or certificates will GIB.BROWN'S SERVICE STATIONBest
be sold to the highest bidder at the On Out and Boost Our Team DODD'S SUNOCO
court house door on the first Monday SERVICE, STATION
in Month of December' 1957, ,
Which la the 2 day of Dec. 1957.; GARDEN RESTAURANT"Where
Dated this 29 day of Oct.. 1957. Wishes From
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,
Clerk of Circuit Court Of Brad- The Pecan Tree Grows" Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence'

ford County-Florida.11/1 U 11/22:! BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN Volley Starling's Grocery & MarketBe

>OT1CK OF APPLIC FOR Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's GameSHEPHERD'S
See. ........ .'.!I.
Notice is hereby given that T. J. Compliments Of Present Tonight To Cheer Our Boys To ?
Alderman the bolder of the following
certificates has'filed said certificates -
thereon. for The a tax certifliata deed to be numbers Issued FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. Victory

and years of 'issuance, the descrip- FARM
Best Wishes HOME &
tion of the property and the namesin ,
which it was assessed are as fol- J
lows: BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE Best Wishes Team I
Certificate No. Ill Year of Issuance +
1953.Description. Best Wishes Team I J
of Property' : Lot 2 & WILLIAMS JEWELRY '. lJ
E 2 ft. of Lot 3 Blk Livingston
Truby Co.- S/D of NEU of NE 4 Compliments Of CONWAY SERVICE STATION i'
Name in which assessed: lola Lit-
tle.All SMITTY'S BARBER SHOPBest At Union Bus Station -- .
of said property being in the
County, of Bradford. State of Fla.
Unless such certificate or certi- Best Wishes Of
ficates shall be redeemed according -
in such to law certificate the property or certificates described Wishes Of : K. & J. TRUCK TERMINAL; Let's Support The Tornadoes

will be sold to the higheat bidderat
the court house door on the first EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKET
Monday in Month of December' 1957. CO.
which is the. day of December, '
1957. -
Dated\' this 29 day of October. ___-- -' .. i -
1957. ,
r /
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. "
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
: j
County, Florida. 11/1 it 11/22 .:.. : :. :

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