Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 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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Tornado Whirl Heads List I I Gas Line Seen Grand Jury Calls Recess

r'tz Of Homecoming FestivitiesA

I Hiring 20 People After Hearing 8 WitnessesSheriff's
spectacular Tornado Whirl A rousing climax to the pro-

program Thursday night is sche- gram will be a huge bonfire
S duled to lead off two days of festive i I around which the cheerleaders will In Starke Area -

homecoming activities at'' preside over a full-scale pep rally.It Bureau Men SubpoenaedIn

: : Bradford High School. I is expe ted that a snake dance, i Charge LightenedIn
Junior Class sponsors of the possibly wending its way through Twenty new families are expected -

Whirl promise that the skits and I town, will top off the evening's to be added to the tradingarea Probe Of Fire And' Shooting

shows presented on the programwill show. 'of Starke if the present plans Drug Case;;

far outdo previous years The Friday's activities will toe kick- for. locating a natural gas compressor The Bradford County' Grand Jury Monday afternoon recessed .
various clubs, classes and station and maintenanceheadquarters
I Ir groupsin ed off with a parade through the hearings on moonshine' witness Robert L. Patterson'sfire
the high school have worked in Bradford County
I \'ote"'t're- being counted at press! time Thursday in the annual ', Pair Sentenced
business district after school. The until next Nov. 21
r hard, preparing top-notch skits to materialize, according to Leon M. and shooting incidents Thursday, ,

t Homecoming Queen <\ntPst at Bradford High Sehool \\Ith the win-I entertain the alumni an<
ncr to be selected from this quartette of Senior Class beauties: ( High point of the program will homecoming events Friday, a'' Texas Gas and Oil Corp.In Judge George L. Fatten ------- I Herbert Lannis Pippin .and

to right) Kay U'airath Mary Starling Jean Moore, and Kli-.su St..t-I! be the crowning of tThe queen, an spaghetti supper to be held at the. a letter to the Telegraph, in charging the 18-member grand three Sheriff's Bureau investi- Daniel Benitez pleaded guilty In

anelli. Election of the Queen is by pop1lat'oft': wf the student body. : honor for which several high cafeteria from 5 until 7, and a Reinach said that the survey has I jury told them especially "to investigate gators :Monday as they were wait- Circuit Court Monday asthe

t : school beauties have been competing semi-formal dance after the game. not been completed as far as I. the alleged house burn- ing outside the grand jury room. drug charge against them was

I! this week. The queen will Pre-game festivities will Include Starke, "but at this time we thinka ing and alleged 'shooting" reportedby The other two, Chief InvestigatorRoss lessened from a felony to a misdemeanor -

f KETTERLINUS BEATS BHS 25 7 I be crowned by Mayor W. T. Jack- the presentation of the queen and gas compressor station will be Patterson in September.No Anderson and Richard .
j I I <'sr\n... her court and other events. for the Marsh, were not called Monday.The .
. -- located within the trading area of reason was given recess Circuit Judge George L. Pat-
Starke. The compressor station but Assistant State Attorney Sheriff's Bureau had been ten sentenced Pippin 36, to paya

has, a _normal complement of 13 Mack S. Futch said he assumed called to aid Sheriff P. D. Red- fine of $500 or spend six:
Fe Wester Case that more witnesses will be heard dish in the investigation of the
Santa Homecoming Foe people. months in jail. Benitez, 18, was
from. Futch and Assistant Prose- fire and shooting at the insistenceof
"District maintenance headquarters sentenced to spend 30 days In
cutor J. C. Adkins served as ad- the state attorney's office, buta
for pipe line operationare jail, but was given credit.for 30
submitted them and
r report by
Heard visors to the
Mark Moore ThursdayThe usually located at grand jury. which he has
By vantage of the compressor days already spent.
opportunity and 7 yard line but Dubose found a Witnesses entering the grand the sheriff to the state attorneyhas
on the stations, the letter continued. the had been
second down labeled Though pair
The Bradford High Tornadoesthis Dwight hole in the left end and raced jury room were all of the seven been as "worthless"by
' I Smith pushed "We expect to use seven people in charged under a statute which
week primed their big guns through left tackle 93 yards for the final score. casa of lewd and lascivious the various district maintenance subpoenaed last week and Henry Futch. .
and raced 58 listed the drug violations a
yards for the second Smith tried for the extra Loverin. of the Sheriffs Political Aspects
to go all.out to please an expected again conduct against E. W. WesterJr. headquarters. There will, there- one !
capacity crowd of homecoming score for Ketterlinus. Smith point but Rudolph Hutcheson went to trial Thursday morn- fore, approximately 20 people Bureau investigators who have The investigator's report intro- felony, their attorney William

fans as they take the then made the extra point that plunged in and blocked the kickso ing after an application for a engaged in operation and maintenance been working on the case. duced a theory that the shootingand Avera of Gainesville, asked that
put the Yellow Jackets in front the Served fire were connected with the they be allowed to plead guiltyto
field' again Santa Fe, fast be- score remained 25-7. Dur- change of venue submitted bjrWester's work in the general trading Subpoenas
coming a power in the Keystone 13-7. ing the rest of the 'quarter the attorney, Ira Carter ,of area of Starke." Subpoenas were served on the situation existing between the provisions of a statute which
, sheriff and of his lists the offenses as misdemeanors. -
Later in Ketterlinus some political
the Team closeas
Conference came as
rime quarter DuI Gainesville, was denied by Cir-
Reinach said that the exact location f
Head Coach Lennard Register bose, again covered 32 yards with Starke's 12 yard line but cuit Judge George L. Patteg. of the enemies, rather than being an act Assistant State Attorney
j I I compressor station The State Attorney's office of or threat against Mack S. Futch accepted this request
everyone blocking for their third were pushed back to the 29 as The for not
! .said this week that the chances application a changeof Lad yet been determined. announced Thursdaythat
TI). The the ended.TEAM Patterson.
1 look good for the Tornadoes to I extra point was no good game venue was based on the argu- Starke is one of the principal the date for the Grand
, Included in the report was testi- Though the offenses
and the providedfor
return to the win column after score remained 19-7. ment that the stories in the points on the 1,517 mile natural Jury to continue deliberations -
last week's drubbing by St. Au- During the fourth quarter the TO FETE Telegraph concerning the charges gas; line on which construction is has been changed from mony concerning an alleged plot in the statutes are similar,
I Tornadoes to use the shooting as a means of they are considered seriousin
I gustine. started strong butwere DADS AT GAME against Wester had resulted in (Continued on Page Six) Nov. 21 to Wed., Nor 27. more
having the sheriff removed from one than the
set back > other
by two fumbles.
The Santa Fe Rebels have won "a solid wall of feeling of resentment -
three, lost two and played a 'I The Bradford team had worked Friday night will be Dad's and hatred for and Clashes With Injunction office. Pippin and Benitez were originally .
forward Futch last week charged that"the1 charged with the unlawful
scoreless tie and may be in the to the Ketterlinus 39 Night at the football game, against Wester making it -
yard line when report contains little or delivery of a central
Miller nervous
recovereda with the Dad't the
mood to spoil Bradford High's' taking impossible for the Defendant, to
homecoming since their own fumble for the Yellow Jackets. spotlight away from the secure a fair and impartial trial"in nothing of a factual nature and system stimulant.

homecoming was spoiled last Then on their second down Ket- queen and her court for a the county."Newspaper. New Law Added To Bus IssueA largely: amounts to opinions of Under the felony statute they
the whi'hopinions
assigned investigators
terlinus fumbled and Starke's hile. A special pre-game could have been fined up to $1,-
week River who beat
by Crystal
publicity and public are based on
Tacria was right in there to recover program has- been plannedin mainly 000. for a first violation or sen-
4 the Rebels 13-6. the ball for BHS. The uhich the Dad's of the gossip has caused the defend- special act passed in last School Supt. Harmon Morganthis hearsay." He called the report tenced to two years in- prisonor

By looking at scores when both Tornadoes' gained 23 yards on football< players will be honored ant to become so odious to the month's special session' of ''the week said that the measure "virtually worthless as a basis for both. Maximum .sentence under /

I teams have met common opponent a pass from Bubba Lamee to I Coach Lennard Register inhabitants that it is impossiblefor Legislature which directly! clashes would probably; be, presented to any criminal prosecution." the misdemeanor statute Is

it looks as though Brad- Jimmv Hohba nlarinoh. ... ..<....v..> n" said. him to receive a fair and impartial the school board at its next With esw.es a $500 fine or six months In jail.
ford might have the edge, but r -- "u trial," the petition con- with Clay County's student Those tel\'jfying Monday besides
the Yellow Jackets' 20 yard line. Members of both the A meeting but refused to speculate The felony statute making
Santa Fe has pulled some surprising tinued. transportation injunction was received Loverin wEt e Sheriff P. D. Red-
After a one yard gain the Tor- and B squads! are asked to on whether or not they possession of these central nervous -

L performances this season nadoes fumble again and Daniels bring their fathers or older Wester, 21, is accused ot exposing by school officials this would take action. dish, 'State .Trooper Carlos Mus-. system drugs Illegal, unless

(: and are not to' be underrated.. recovered! for Ket erlinus., The brother as guests *f the himself..Indecent jjj before r !ekj.lay the groundwork. or :There,. !S ...some. questipn ,about, grove'Patterscm'and,- Fije: Marshal, R* !f. Plum- prescribed. .by. .a_ physician; was
The Bradford Eleven suffered fighting Starke boys pushed squad. The Dad's are to two small" girls In' Stark in two new, discussions on' the' issue.The .. Whether. not the new measure mer, his wifeVHtXiPete passed by the 1957;) session of the

defeat again last Friday when the Yellow)] Jackets back to their I meet in front of the .field separate incidents early in Sep. act, a population measure would stand ;up if tested in court. ( ) Wainwright of Lawtey, legislature.

the Ketterlinus Yellow Jackets house at 7:10 p.m. and one tember. The girls, both 12yearsold would give the Bradford Clay School Board Attorney Joe Mrs. W. L. Bailey (Patterson'smotherinlaw I Pippin and Benitez are still

came out on the long end of a Plans of the coaches will escort said that Wester! performedthe County School Board the authority Jennings doubts that it would. ), and pharles David faced with breaking and entering
25-7 Bill Dubow the Yel- Underwayfor them onto the. field where Thompson, a teen-ager. '
score. to enter into with
indecent acts and made sug- agreements No one connected with the Brad- charges in Tampa and with a
low Jacket's Quarterback, scored they will be given special gestive remarks as he pulled the parents of children in adjoin- ford Board has offered an official The grand jury is investigatinga federal charge of unlawful flightto
three times and handed off Berry BowlPlans seats behind the players'bench. fire which destroyed Patterson'shouse
alongside them in his car. ing sections of Clay County to opinion.Sen. avoid prosecution.In .
Dwight Smith for another as the provide bus transportation for Johns said he introducedthe in the early morning hoursof other cases handled Mon
a motion asking the court Sept. 12 and a pistol shot which
strong Ketterlinus Team raced onto for the third annual the children to Starke schools.
new bill after efforts to day charges of assault with Intent -
Bowl Jury Gives $11,000In to dismiss the change of venue Patterson said was fired at him
victory. Strawberry football game These directly 'con-
provisions work to commit
out a compromise with the murder
application, Assistant State At- from another auto he driving against
as was -
The Tornadoes scored first as are "well underway, J. D. Doyle, CrashA flict with the law on which board members E. M.
Highway Clay had failed. Willingham were dismissed
Exalted torney Mack S. Futch said thatit on SR 100 on Sept. 13.
Ruler of
Bob Taccia made the short
sponsoring has based its in-
Clay County "All members of the Clay on recommendation of Futch.
Elks Club said is unsupported by corroborative Later in September Patterson
plunge late in the first this week.
quarter. Circuit Court jury Monday evidence junction prohibiting Bradford board are my friends" he said, The prosecutor said that suffici
The try for extra point was The game will be played on Friday awarded damages totaling $11,000to insufficient in mat- I. buses from transporting Clay "but i if they continue to act gave testimony against several ent evidence could not be obtained

good and the Tornadoes led 7-0. night, Dec. 6, at the high a Bradenton couple for injuriesand ter of law, does not contain sufficient -. County children. This old law bullheaded about this matterwe I men charged with moonshine operations to sustain a case against
The Bradford Team held the'irown school stadium with evidepce, and is "frivo- in Bradford County be-
the kickoffa
losses suffered in an automo- gives the county school boards are going to annex these areas ; Willingham who had been accused .
lous federal
during the rest of the quarter 8 p.m. U. S. 301 in and filed merely for the fore a grand jury.
bile wreck on south control
of authority to transpor- into Bradford, County by legislative i of shooting at his stepson,
but eaily in the secoid quart. Doyle said that several well- April 1956. The judgment was purpose delay. tation of children within its action." Members of the grand jury are ; Buck Bennett.

er Dubose raced Into paydirt.The qualified teams have been contacted against Vernon J. Slade Sr. of Futch answered the applicationby boundaries.The The Clay board's injunctionwas Eugene Griffis, Brady C. Collins.A. i Perry Kite' Jr., former, Starke
kick by Smith was blocked but no decision has 'been Hampton who did not contest the saying that "Wester- will receive new law was introducedby the Russell Norman, Eldridge J.
granted by Circuit Courtin policeman pleaded guilty to
and the Tornadoes were still reached as to the opponents in a fair and impartial trial"in Sen. E. Johns who I Hayes William H. Maxwell Willie
Charley Green Cove Springs after ,non-support and was
case.The Green, T. N. Norman, Thomas J. given a
ahead 7-6. The fine defensive the contest. The rules provide awarded : 00 for the Bradford County'and that '
jury $5.t> said he was prompted in his action Bradford Bus drivers began one year prison term with the
B. F.
Cason S. C.
play of BHS kept the Yellow that the participants in the Berry husband, Otis William Fussell, there is no fixed public opinion I Harley
through concern over thqhardships' picking
up a number of the provision that commitment
H. C. Robert L. Thomas,
Kelly, -
Jackets from scoring again in Bowl game must have won at least and $6,000 for Mrs. Fussell. The against him.Futch's 'caused papers
1 to parents in Kingsley area children on their Calvin J. Crews. Carl F. Carter. would be withheld If hi
the first half but neither were'150 per cent of their conference Fussels represented by attorney
were answer" was supported the' Kingsley Lake and Keystone regular routes which took them N. G. Hayes Jr., Vasco Mitchell paid a certain amount weekly
the Tornadoes able to cross the games during. the regular season. Gordon Blalock of Jackson-
line. Last the BHS Tornadoesand fcy five affidavits signed by Heights areas by the bus con- through a section' of Clay Coun- (Negro), Allen B. Whitehead and for the support of his children.A .
goal year
Bradford residents denying that troversy. ty. Merrin C. Lizinbee. non-support
case against
Both teams Montioello provided the grid I
entered the game the --- -- -------- -
for the second half lull or' \ iron entertainment for the event, TB Board To MeetThe newspaper publicity and gos- Dora Mae Hall, Negro, was set
sip have aroused sentiment
Oldest Firms tled in
ILau'l Among Here a similar
ty but when the Tornadoes with the Tornadoes coming out on manner, and a
against Wester.
forced to kick from their 40 yd. top 76. members of the Bradford non-support case against Jessie

line the Yellow Jackets took ad- Proceeds from the StrawberryBowl County Tuberculosis and Health Randolph was continued.Sentence .

festivities are used by the board will meet Tuesday, Nov. 19 Tax Collections

Elks Club at 12 in the private dining Quigley Sells Lumber Co.
Youth Escapes to aid the Harry Anna noon I Heldup
Home For Crippled Children at room of the Garden Restaurantfor I Near 100 Pet.

Umatilla and other worthy chari- reorganization and lunch. Al-

From County JailAn ties. I tert Foster, Executive Secretary Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reporte Quigley' & Davis Lumber Co., In Reames CaseCircuit

Advance tickets will soon be on and Mrs. Florence.- .Abel), Field last week that 99.83 per cent one of Starke's oldest business institutions ; Judge George L. Pat.

escape from the sale .I Consultant of the Fla. Tuberculosis .- of changed hands this
county jail Doyle said costing $1 for the 1956 taxes were collected, ten Wednesday withheld sentence
was made Saturday night by a adults and 50 cents for students.At and Health Assn. of Jacksonville the highest collection rate since he week. The new owner is JosephD. on William P. Reames' Jr., who

youthful member of a trio scheduled the gate the tickets will cost will be guests. All board .has been in office. Warren, developer of Pine Haven ,I II last week pleaded guilty 'to illegal -

to go on trial in Circuit rl.50 for adults and 75 cents for I members are urged to attend this In his report to the County head Subdivision of the Warren housing ConstructionCo. units and I possession of drugs, giving the

Court this week on a charge of students. important meeting. Commission, Kelly 'said that cash youth another chance to fulfill the
auto theft. of Starke. Mrs. Warren will :
collections amounted to terms of a previous
$215,428.52 probation or-
be associated with her husband
The 1.
youth. Jerry Smithpeters, Pre-Sentence Investigation of the 215782.68 tax bill. The ir' *' der. ,-
management of the business. .
apparently fled the building by uncollected tax bills which ; The judge warned the
: on When .'ci,:. 20yearold -
the Quigleys moved out .
leaping from a second storv win warrants have been issued totaled a. Reames that "if! you violatethe
dow He is suspected of stealing only $99.14.Errors Monday it marked the end to a II\:\ 1z. probation again. you can't expect -
an automobile which was reported Youth Convicted In Shine Case and insolvencies amounted business career of more than halfa 'I: the Court to be lenient a second -
in Starke
missing i i, from a nearby house and century for :Mr. Quigley J.! time."
to $255.55.First ...
and almost as' long for his
is believed to have left the moonshine.The .
I Louis Edward Smart of Lawteywas produced ) Reames was charged with possessing
: The wife, who has been actively asSO- -
automobile, owned by Mrs. convicted Tuesday of possess-] agents testified that they a quantity of nervous system -
ciated with the firm since their
Peggy Dyal. was found near the ing a moonshine still and a pre- had destroyed 15 five gallon jugsof Pecan Sale stimulant capsules,which he
marriage in 1908. I A. Davis,
Georgia line. sentence investigation was ordered moonshine, determining by its later admitted he purchased from

.Sheriff P D. Reddish said that by: Circuit Judge George L. taste, smell and color ,that the Of Season Held a partner in several the firm, retired from -S : Herbert Lannis Pippin and Daniel

thebreak probably took place be- Patten. substance was liquor. Jobe con- active duty years ago due t .i% :::; Eenitez, who were sentenced this
to considerations of health.
tween 8 .
and 9 pjn. Saturday, The six-man jury returned the tended that since no chemical At State MarketAn -. week by Judge Patten.At .
though it was not discovered made of the substance The business that grew from a .
until guilty verdict against Smart, 24, analysis was the time of his arrest Reameswas
several hours later. The'sheriff after hearing two beverage agents there was no proof ,that it 3.75 investment by Mr. Quigleyin under three years probation

said that Smithpeters must have testify that Smart admitted own- contained more than 1 per cent overall average price of a load of lumber back in 1906, J. T. Quigley ,(renter) is seated at the desk. where he has spent for the robbery of a service sta

undertaken the scheme as the ing the still when they capturedhim of alcohoL 29 1-4 cents was realized from now covers the greater part of a much of his half century of business life in Starke. At his side is! tion.

prisoners were being transferred 31. In his summary to the jury, As- 3,825 pounds of sold dur- city block and for many years Assistant State
at the site on May pecans Mrs. Quigley, who has been associated in business with her husband Attorney Mack
from the bullpen to their cells of sistant State Attorney Mack S. ,the first auction of the has enjoyed the status of a local"institution.1 S. Futch
by The agents, Floyd Bennett ing sea- told the judge that, the
jailer Clayton :Mr. Quigley combined since their marriage in 1908. At left Is Jos. D. Warren, new owner
Crawford. Insteadof the State Beverage Dept. and Futch told the jury that Smart son at the Starke State Farmers' youth had cooperated with-the
entering his cell the sheriff Ralph B. Saucer of the U. S. Alcohol ,was charged with possessing a Market Thursday.A business with hobby in collecting of the business. state's attorney's office.. At"'the

said, Smithpeters probably hid ,in and Tobacco Tax Division, still, not possession of moonshine. market official reported that antique articles, surplus time of his arrest vFutch .said,
of time.J. used in the typical
period equipment
the hall, later contained items from Camp Blanding and long
tearing "Whether the !
S out the that Smart told them that jugs Reames did not .
said know that
the of the nuts "fair
window wire and jumping to or branch water is of no quality was I I second hand materials which all T. (Jack) Quigley came to blacksmith shop of 50 .years ago. possession
the distilling whiskey of the
he had purchased to good. drugs was a crime, but
of Now that he has retired
dom. he said. combined, with the new lumber Starke in 1906 as a young man from bus-

Smithpeters. along with Earl ated equipment it once for a$50 week and had for oper-five great The importance officers testified, that two The various varieties and their'l and building materials offered by 25.] He was born' in Nova Scotia, iness, Mr. Quigley hopes to have has come of the to offense.realize the seriousness ..

Martin and Billy Earl Leach had weeks. othe'r men escaped when they average prices included: the firm,. to form a' fascinating tanada= where his Irish father wasa time to re-create a blacksmith

been charged with stealing a sta Smart's attorney, Wilbur Jobe rushed the still and captured Seedling 23.5 cents; Randalls, mixture of merchandise. What- blacksmith and shipsmith. .Asa shop just as it used,to look when

tion wagon from Jim Chasteen in. of Jacksonville, attempted to Smart. The still was located on 27.81 cents'; Curtis 31 1-8 cents; ever the item needed, folks would boy Mr. Quigley helped his father -. no main street was'complete Recent Birth

July. Martin and Leach were' have testimony concerning these the east edge of Lawtey.The Unknown. 26 1.2 cents; Money- say, "If you can't find it anywhereelse in the business and learned to without a place to get the horses

sentenced Wednesday by Circuit statements ruled inadmissable, jury was composed of Lon- makers, 29 1-2; President, 31 1-2; go to Quigley & Davis." be what, as he still describes himself shod and the wagon wheels mended. Mr. and Mrs. R.A.. Green of

Judge George L. Patten to 18 but the judge denied his motions. Zl' Starling. Bennett Jerrell Mile Stuart 42; Mix, 25 1-4;,}lahans. The new owner said yesterdaythat by trade -*.:- a. blacksmith. Tavares announce the birth of a

months. each in the state prison. Jobe, based his defense on the,,E. Dobbs, J. C. Sapp, Vasco Underhill 43 1-2'cents. he would ,soon begin a long Although he has been away from Deciding as a young''mm to daughter Jenelle Caline on' Nov.

The men were recently sentenc- argument that the officers had and Ronald M. Griffis. In- The second sale was scheduledto range remodelling project for the the anvil for half a.. century, it ,Is "seek his fortune" in greener pastures 5. Mrs. Green will be. :.remem.

I ed.to two years each in the state not presented any concrete evidence cluded with the jury's guilty ver- be held at the market on rambflng structure on East Call still his "first Jove" and in a shed of the United States, Mr. bered as Miss Montie Hutchings.

I prison for breakingand entering to the Jury that the still dict was a recommendation for Thursday, 'Nov. 14, beginning at Street-'but stated this would be at the rear of his jiome on Mabel Quigley left home at 18 for Bos- daughter of Mr and Mrs. R R.

a Keystone Heights home. i[,,which they destroyed actually mercy. 1:30 p.m. accomplished gradually over a Street he has' all the' obsolete_ (Continued on Page 5). I. Hutchiags QC..I


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editorialFair Nelson. :man are proud parents of a baby !. he' Court Florida of the!sutatea Oantr ".611;., I Order ItefenAant-mt Publication aid- >.Uee T.
Farmer's '
DiaryBy A skit on Florida Migrant i daughter, born Monday\ the Bradford CBaty, Florida, Often**?" ""'* .' '
Black, Residence: 420:
III ProbateIn C.
To Marie
Work was presented by the Alachua Mother '
County Hospital. ,
re: Estate of J. W. Andrews Jr., ]Hudson Street. AUntuiMmv N. Y.,
Sam McGarrry group from Ocala in the form i and daughter' are doing fine. De't'8s(>d. :N.Y.

Facilities of a panel! discussion. Arthur Lucas haa returned to To AH Creditor and Ftrmumn Mar ,You are.'jwreibr' .aohnrcl* that
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Badly Needed lag Clalnm .r' Delli...., Affaluat that a very fine dish was 'possum Keystone Heights after spending Said .;SI8I.. 1 Black, In" the CireoU Court of Bradford

Now that the 1957, edition, of, the Bradford ,. and sweet''taders. A lot of, noses Keystone Halloween a the summer ,in New Hampshire. notified You and and each required cf you to are hereby 'IICl' : lan County'you, Florida and''that. his, tb Complaint, relief

: 1I went up in the air and one man' WirinersAnri'nmt dr' Mrs:>Emma Ca'rter 0(' Little any t-laims and demands present which 1 therein prayed for U' a divorce.: I
County Fair is still fresh in the'minds of the to wmmand
said he wouldn't 'feat a 'possum ( } ton, Massi\ :,> was a guest; of'the )'ou,1017 either of you, may-"have, .' This tefil! wrll BJdefenM 1n4
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; your
citizens of the area, it i is appropriate to consider! because' it is a' dirty animal. tHe Poster Winners David!,' Nelsons on her-sway to against J. W.'the'estate Andrews, Jr.of, said) ,<*use on or. before tb and, 1$ that'dar'

some of its aspects and plans for the future. got a big argumen "on that and' Winners in the Halloween car- South" Florida. deceased the late of Mid County to !'of you,December shall A.- 1h7I*a tJr bf re-
County Judge cf Bradford '
then when he claimed that the nival poster contest were: (Mr.Knox's ; of W5rab.er. 1557. wrVe
'the Ud.a
Also the Nelsons
visiting were County at his office In the court '
The fair' has if on
dur- defenses PT
progress is animal room) Larry Linson 1st; house of said Coo tit at ,Stark, hog a dirty he got a Mr and Mrs. Leslie Crowe of y Philip' Barton, 211 1 SL: B. W Strett.GalneawlUe .
ing the few it has operated each mak- Corbett Terrell, 2nd. (Mrs. Mansfield's Florida within eight calendar 'Attorney for
years. year lot more. They were just "talkingup Quaker Street. New York State months from the time' of the firs-l Florida lmsned4ately
ing; marked- "advancements" a breeze," it seemed to us because -, room) Barbara Ann Wheeler publication of notice. Each claimor the Plaintiff and } my'
and improvementsover Understand that the barbecueand and their sister Mrs. F.: L. Me- thereafter file the o.rJf\par"1p!
1st Tommy Thompson, 2nd. demands shall be in writing.: and wIth'
the Brooker if we ate only clean animals Manus. Mrs._ McManus, whose shal state the of 'office. Cpon failure to comply'"
preceding yean; The Fair Associationand meeting'out at wasa ..(Mrs. Peter's room) Linda For- | << place residence 'either of the above. i''1> e* Pro.
then the extremely fastidious friends here will 'remember her and post office addres8'of the enttred against
who attend-
its the American shouldbe big succeSS.Those 'Conftsso will be ,
sponsors, sythe, 1st: David Schaeffer 2nd. claimant and shall be sworn to by ." '
said the food excellent and pussy cat would be a number as Cpe McManus, formerly livedat the claimant, his agent his attorney you according to law ; '
commended "on their efforts which have was (Mrs. Clark's room) Pam ,Thompson Witness my hand aod IIt al of '-QUI""
one item on the dinner table the home of her brother Har- and any kuch:claim or demand olAD. NoY...
that they felt that a big step for- Circuit Court. Uh I day
Elaine 2nd. '
brought about the success that the fair has achi- 1st; Brewer not so filed shall be void. : : *; '
eved. ward had been taken by the far- hit parade., (Mrs. Jones' room) Linda Let ry Gaige, on Lake, Geneva., 8Nell K. Andrews, as admin- OFFICIAL.. 19571:. SEAL t. ) '.. .
istratrix the
of Estate of J. "
mers in that area by voting for Anthony Igt; Penny Sawyer, 2nd. The Misses! Van Westernberghave W. Andrews Jr.. deceased. "Charles, A. Uarby. !
But, there is still a feeling that the Bradford an auction market. One of the'points Little shower last week did' no Birthday Celebrations: returned,and are staying at First publication. November. 8,. 1906.;; Philip Clerk firton., ..Circuit,Attorney ij Court.for: 'I'1aln-

County FTt. "1s Only a second rate, small-town affair brought out by the speakers more than wet the ground' a' lit- The Schaeffer family had two their sister's home awaiting ,the Ills 4t .1/:' tiff. 316 S. E. 1st Street Gainesville.:. .. -

stirring Up only passing interest among 'the was that farmers can help tle. What we need is some good birthday ,celebrations last month. completion of their own homein >OT1CK TO CHKDITOHS yiorlda-' "' 'lf/14n 11/tt

people. The need is imminent for measures to be' themselves, and the market, by rains, 'So that folks can set out On Oct.; 20 .Mary Ann, with her the Park of the Palms. I. the Court Florida' of (he Matutn' ('.,...t,. Judge, % EIIXK I I II

putting out a better package. some more berries (and help those guests, Dee Dee Hardenbergh, Bee Bradford 'Cev.ty. .i Florida.IB TO \\'IIO\lT.' MAYJFO
taken to lift the fair to a place of first-rate importance Mr. and Mrs John W. Strangeof Probate will not be response\ for any

a major attraction in the area annually. I already planted. ).SS Townsend arbara Whitehead, Eustis, cousins of the. David In rt:' Estate of George Schmidt debts 'made,Curtis by T.anTbli',CrUfIt; ether, ,I(9.I' than, I
Egg producer L. W. Page Nancy Sutton, Diane Brokas, ,and Nelsons were recent visitors in a/k/a Gusta\e. K. Schmidt. de- .myself.! .

With 'the present facilities the; fair will never whose poultry farm is about four The tobacco industry will be Jackie Fox enjoyed a matinee in the Nelson ,home. 'J'u11 ceased. Creditora aad P.r.... Having '.nTIC"' ;---0-.ro. :At'oo:7o.li: : if

attain such a position. Livestock and other exhibits miles southwest of Lawtey is a meeting this week up- in Raleigh, Starke. On Oct. 27 David, with his ., Claims ur Demand Against In Clrrnlt Conrt.. Bmiforrf',C.uet". '
N. C. to with AOT1CE; OF APPLICATION Said R tafe. PlorUai In ,Chnnee**.*;.*"' ?>. ,
the features come up recom- guests, Lee Sutton Jimmy Fox, FOR ? '
of fairs but
are principle not these He John
very happy man days TAX DEED You and each of you are hereby Helen \V. Miles; Plaintiff,. .vs. ,
'us mendations to Secy Agriculture.One Jimmy McMurtry,' 'Johnny Martin .. notified and to arother- Miles .D*tfft4allt. .
many" farmers are' really enthusiastic about ex showed a new grading'ma- Se .. .11, F.S. required present
tobacco in this said Frank Jr. and Eric Notice is, any ,claims and 'demands which Case,>o. 12-S90 j
area ,' Nooney' hereby given, that T. 3. '
washer has
chine and .
hibitin'thir'pHze animals' when they have to an egg he Alderman, the holder of the following you. or either of you, may have "'''"e'T. Anr'
he' there ,will be Redfearn
10 show
the the
a at whoseresidence
hopes percent enjoyed Miles\ .
John fir ther
the To
against estate of :
l leave :t tliern1nopen just bought and they are certainly certificates has filed said ,
ill-equipped stalls, such as : increase in allotments. to Keystone drive-in. Birthday cake certificates for a tax deed to be George K. Schmidt: .id'd4ress.. ;'.T Centre.
th6se now offered,'exhibitbrs.! Facilities also time' savers. Mr. "Page issued thereon. The certificate' deceased late of said County, to Street, Poston.' Maasaclrusetts.
: and ice,
are., said the two'pieces' of equip- produce'more tobacco for' export. cream were served! the numbers and years of Issuance. the the County Judge of Grad Cord You are hereby notified' that a

inadequate. for housing the other exhibits.. ment him and -Mra He feels that sale of Florid J-GeQr- guests preceding the movies on description of the property, and the County at his office in the court suit for divorce; care, custodyand
: save house of"said control f-minor-chlM +>
'I' names )n which it assessed are'as County at' StarKe,
both was
occasions.Brldg& <<
These inadequate facilities not only dampen about four hours work"each dayS gia 'Flue-CUred tobacco to foreign : follows: Florida, within eight calendar has 'been filed against you In the
countries is the key' to prosperityof Luncheon HostessesMrs. Certificate.. 55; Year of Issuance months from the time of the first above named Court and pause and
the spirit exhibitors but also .
discourage the required to serve copy of
.. 1954. | publication of notice. Each claim you
O. G. Johnson:
local leaf and Mrs.
public! from wanting to view them. '' Cattle feeding time is, on us again our growers. ,Description of Property: Lots 1- or demands shall be in writing, and tour answer or pleading to tUft
". ,-, James R. Cox'were hostesses at a 4. 5, 7, 8' of Blk 13 lincoln City Shall state the place of residenceand Complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
The American Legion members have long recognized" and you hear lots of talk of See where the' forecast is for .. bridge and canasta luncheon at (S% of SEV* W of Ry) Sec 32 T 6 post office address of the William Jacksonville D. Morgan. SOT!,
various mixtures to use to winter S. U. 22 E. claimant, and shall be sworn to bythe Clark Building
this situation and have been working good hunting in the season that Mrs. Cook's home on Lake Winott, Name in which assessed: Hattie claimant, his agent, his attor- Florida. ,, '
the cattle. A leading cattlemanhas ney, and any such claim or demandnot and file the In'tne'offlce of
Oct. 31. this affair Starkes.
I long and bard.fo'r a building in which to will 'open in a few days. On the 'Enjoying were Circuit Court on
proper- sold us on the idea of using All pf paid property being in the so filed shall be void. the 'Clerk of the
ly1 list is wild the Mrs. Charles T. Smith, Mrs. My- "Charles' }1. Schmitt. as administrator or before the 9 day of December,
l J Jiousg the animals and present the exhibits at hog hunting on County of Bradford. State of Fla. .
.41 cent cottonseed cub- '
otherwise'the ol
per range ron Prevatt, 'Mrs. H. Li Sutton, of the Estate of George llr;7; allegations
fair: Camp Blanding reservation. We Unless such certificate or certificates Mid Compalnt will be taken at:0nfessed I
the K. Schmidt, deceased.
es. It seems to U3 that he right: Mrs. David Nelson-'Mrs. A. A. shall be redeemed accordingto '
First ember 8. 1956.; by you. .
met with'some' those h gsseveral' publication. .
Fair Association President Guy Andrews predicts that you get the most' for your up Malmgren, Mrs. E. E. Rinehart, law the ; property: described '111.8It / l'fbls notice shall be published
such certificate or certificates will
and take
years ago, our once each week for four consecutive
that money in that analysis. :Miss Ruth Ohlaon. Mrs. J. A. be sold to the highest bidder at the '
building will be constructed in time word for it are 'wild! weeks in the Bradford. County. Tel, .
: they really '
S : Thornquist, Mrs. 4. F. Crosby, court house,door on tbe.firt )Ion-; In The, Circuit Court .f Florida. egraph.:
fortlie'rair net year. Other members, eyeing s' '. ': day 'in Month of December 1957, Eighth Judicial, Circuit. In AndFor'Bradford Dated this '6" day 'df Nov., 1957.;
A feed supplement used out in Mrs. I: H.' Stevens, Mrs. Alma B. .
the finances involved not which Is. the i day of IVc.1957.Dated Connt)'. In Chau- (IOFFiCIAL' SEAL)
1. '' are, so optimistic. Texas for the past four years is Guess we'l1iave, to change our ;Blizzard Mrs.'John Himble Mrs. this 29 day of Oct., 1957. cery. ,Charles A. Darky.Clerk ,

The Legion, seeing the many fine pavilions and being introduced in this area It terms in 'counting time 'and'spa e. Lawrence McLaJghlin all:of Key. (Official Clerk of SealT Circuit Charles Court'A.; of Darby Bradford John Plaintiff C. Mack, DIVORCE FILEvs. By,Marian.U Crosby of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk. I

agricultural buildings erected in other parts of the consists of 30 per cent salt range Instead of counting time by data', stone, ,and Mrs. Keith, ,Miner of County, Florida. NO. 11/s_ 4.t lI/9:!

state, hoped at first that the state would provide pellets which contain about 21 per Bradford Melrose 1 11/1 4t 11/22
funds for the building. But when broached on cent protein. But as you might according to one of our High bridge prize was won by KOTICE TO APPKRI ,
imagine, with that much salt the County natives, we'll have to say: 'Mrs. Smith, and high, canasta ClrcMlt Comrt. Bradford c....,,
the subject Rep. Doyle Conner advised that state Florida !
life- a Chuaetry.
"a coon's age and a'possum's
cubes be fed and ,
must carefully, prize by Mrs.Crosby.Low prizes Rebecca Dalle MallardPlaintiff,
law requires' that it be done on a matching fund an abundance of water must be time." And as for space, we'llhave went to Mrs.! Rinehart and,.Mrs. AS. Elton Raymond Mallard, De \

frasis, ', ith the state willing to provide up to available. to say "three whoopa and'a Sutton. fendant. THIS
Case No. 12-422 ,
$20,000if; 'matched 'locallr. a holler"but 'how the heck 'do. Nolle T. Appear J '

Th 'Legion, struggling tQ pay off the mortgage Some folks were talking about you translate'that' mtd-a hundred' Keynotes.Mrs.: Albert Bachmann was whbse'residence'To; Elton Raymond and address Mallard is:,

the could this and that to eat, and one said miles? :2.-.30 Z :! South Juniper! Street. Philadel-
not this
on property begin to for
pay honor'guest at a birthday dinner phia, Pennsylvania.

,by itself. vyv'T. Mrs. E. 'F. Aiken and ,You 'are hereby notified that ft t'
given' by
suit for, divorce. custody .and ','
The Legion envisions a building which will include Mrs. 'Pale/ Boyd, on Saturday support of minor child, '.

I a showroom, ,' for livestock, closed wings foro4sjng'th KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy evening at the 'Aiken home, Mr.; above has beeD'.nam filed.d Cqurt&I'&IBSl'U.and cause U an the$ Do YQU
| livestock, in clean, well-equipped and and'Mrs. Ray Starnes and Mr. .COPY ft&4 you of your are answer required or to pleading'aerve to a

lighted fq'ua'rfers. and wins for other exhibits. Sirs. J. Russell Young and Mrs. Louis Kyle joined the the c'tmolalnt on the PlainUff's
Aikens, Boyds, and"Mrs: Bach- Attorney Alan C'Wfnter,' Jr., 319 I.

Such a building.would surely add new interest .A..I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL4AAA8AAAAA44ALAAAAAAAAAAAElection .. mann for,the birthday'dinner. ,Florida'H1t'.,*. Title Florida Building.,, Jackson-

and1' Impetus to the fair, encouraging exhibitors .Proclamation' trup 'from the St. Anne'a Epis- Mrs. David' Nelson w s'l hOstess and file the original in the' office of I.I

't&' exert :their best efforts' and show their best Mayor M. L. Beasley has pro- copal Church, 'Miss Cleva Car- at'a" luncheon on %Wednesday, the before Clerk the of 35 the;; day Circuit of Court Nor. ?a 1957 or; ; ATHOME I

displays.'The would also be be held Nov.'6."A Canasta followed otherwise the allegations of said
public attracted to claimed a city election to son, Mrs.. A. F. Crosby. Mrs. J. game Complaint\! ..will be taken as confess- i

pie livestock? judging event if shown under such Tuesday, Dec. 3. for the purposeof H. Tullis, :Mrs. Lutheria H rI-! the luncheon. Those enjoying the bdbyyou'. '} ); .
conditions three Councilmen affair were:: Mra A. A. Malm This '/iotice shall ue pubHshed once ,."" .
making it the of electing a Mayor "
major fair each week .for four'Cc..1ltcutfTe
program, fall, Mrs. H. I. Stevens,1
! week. !, and a Tax Collector- :.. Mrj'Myroft gren,'l. i.ss' leva-'Cars2 Mrs; C. weeks In the Bradford Ceu'ty Tater.ph.'J (One of a series 'of timely messages J

all to serve until Jan. Prevail, ';Mrs, :John Per H.' Haberstroh-Mrs"J.: Russell ._ .-s., ..' 3. .. f'I telling "by,' more- tluu1.. ever t&fore4 !
The sessor kins 'Mrs. J. Russell Dated this 19 day of October,
Legion also has discussed Young"Mrs.
including in the 1959. Petitions on behalf of can- Young:; Mrs. W. iC.r Bryon'Mrs. u '7. this Christmas you should do your ttbop-

proposed building space for all agricultural workers didates for these offices were accepted David Nelson, from the Community Charles T. Smith, Mrsjr J. F. (OFFICIAL SEAL), ping -at' HOME!), '
'Church.Highlight .. Charjea A. Derby .
such as the county agent and 4-H workers at the regular council Grayson. J j Clerfc o( the rrrcnlt Tnnrt. .

witji rooms for them to hold classes and meet meeting, Nov. 12. talkS.by Dr.of Mable the meeting Head, official wasa .Mrv and Mra. Carl Johnson of By MaHan'- L. .Crosby- ., Deputy 10/25 4t Clerk 11/15 ..
North 'Pomfert, Vermont have
Resident Passes
Winter observer in the United
returned to
Geneva Beach'
feel that such a building would be the spark Paul Murphy, well known winter tions for the United Church Wo- merits for several months'stay.Apart..

which would! give the Bradford County Fair a resident of Keystone Heights, men. Dr. Head now makes her Mr. and -Mrs.. Edmund Dwyer
died In Potsdam, N. Y. on Nov.
new !life and start it on a new era. It is a project 4. Funeral services were held home in Winter Park. A group will have as their. guests for two ,
the '
tfyat should be given consideration by everyone there on Nov. 7. Mr. Murphy was gave a review Community',of the Church weeks their son .and daughte -in- ____
concerned with the future of the' fair and the a regular attendant at the Rotary Study' Book, "Ten law Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Dwyer
Against The ,. Jr, of East, Hartford, Conn. 'c"
county. Club here, and he and Mrs. "
Storm using a door sized copy LIQUID OR TABLETS
They will arrive Nov. -
' W6 feel that other local organizations should Murphy were interested in local of the book cover 'made by Mrs. 17. :r ; *
'- T*STOP +
affairs. News of
civic club
consider] joining with the Legion in working for Norman P. Thompson, and open- Misa. NeU Parker underwent
his death was sent to the Rotary ing the "cover" ,to : cows ?MISERIES MCAUSI .
attainment and that the show silhou- at the Riverside Ite, '
county's legislators brother surgery HQS- IITNASMORU"U tt4
Club by Mrs. Murphy's ettes of several of the characters -
should strive to obtain pital in Japksonville on Wednes-
as much' funds and
support Elwood S. Johnson, cf Green in the book. Authentic ) CAN RELY ON 666NOTICE
on a state level as possible. Cove Springs Japanese day. Her condition is critical.,

There is no better showcase advertisement New Business Addition -. = f .
or -- 5t.-.,.,
-. .
for a than now"extends cheer- _. I I L '
county a first-rate county fair. It not Keystone a '_ i

only, attracts, many visitors, but its exhibits ty ful greeting to tourists and pass-

pify the 'features, natural resources and wealth ersby with our new Orange Stop '
located just beyond Walker's :
of a county.
Service Station at the crossingof ; r ir,4.i.: : "

Provided with adequate facilities, as outlined Highways 100 and 21. Mr. and : "

above, our annual fair would take on new life Mrs 'H. R. Lawrence are managers : Free delivery service i 13. offered, by Kocb

'and, "rapidly expand to .take its rightful place asa of this newest enterprise.. TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS EVERYWHERE! Drug Store's new p i1er truck' pictured

ma..JOT'asset'to, Bradford County. Duplicate Bridge -1 .Jr.' j above 'with two attractive members of

First place winners last week Koch's staff. ;. .. ,
were Mrs. Louis Kyle and Mrs. It is with mixed emotions. that we announce the sale of our ."' ,' 'i's.

Albert Bachmann (east-west) '-
Eisenhower's Scything Syrup business in Starke,. effective November 12, 1957. We are
Second. were Mrs. Paley Boyd -.4 -
In his television address to the nation on and Mrs. 'John Graham. North- looking forward with pleasure to a much-needed rest, but- Loyalty to our community means every
south Mrs. Nilson and Mrs. Hil- ,
r thing. t '
"Science and National ,
Security, President Eisen-; Hard. on the other. hand, there is a note of sadness in saying '
hower assured us that the military of 3* ; ,
strength Community Church Circles ,n A ,. .
the Free World today is greater than that of the i Circles of 'the Women' of. the farewell. .to those with* whom, we "have had such pleasant : It is the first essential factor-in .
our con-
USSR. But he warned that'we could fall behind Community Church 'will meet : : ,
busKiess associations down through the tinued growth and developmenti > < '
> vV
nthe ahead Monday, Nov. 18 follows. .
years and urged as' preventives the as i f. *

.training of more scientists, the extension of pure Circle \\ith'Mrs. Lawrence Mc- ,
scientific research i Laughfin at 2 'p;/m. Clr le'2 with We, want you'to ,know ,that we appreciate the fine patronage '
and the ,free exchange of ; I. Merchants who invest 1heir money in Starke
Mrs. ni.Circle oro '
Harry Lloyd at 1:30 : I
'scientific., information with our' allies.. .3'.in ,the :educational p buildIng !, you, 'have bestowed upon us during our almost 50.,years deserve the support off our home ,town shop
The President showed the' \ r J t.4 I pers. It 'is a requisite of loyalty to be-
nose-cpne of a guided at 1 p. m. Circle 4 with ,Mrs. in business in Starke and that get

missle that had soared through the earth's atmosphere John Albrecht. Rebecca Circle t' ....,- hope .t you will t continue- hind the men and women, who, have".shown

and returned again without being will meet .Monday' 8 p. "m. these pleasant _associations with the firm under its new their', faith by 'devoting their' time, money

.. burned up. He also unveiled Dr. James R. Kil- with Mrs. ,Clint JJanny, and the ... 4''', ', ,.r and efforts for the general "welfare of our'

han 'president Nightengale Circle' wfll "meet'at management, and ownership.Although community. '
!,, } of MIT\ as the newly-created :: ,
the same time with 1Ir Marge : ,-
,special assistant to the President for Science *'
and; "i, "
'Tracy. : I we will! no longer be at our accustomed .
place of '
.:.Technology: whose job will ,be ,to put an end to i ..Baptist Class Sleets .y j S. ; '. : In recent years..Starke ,merchants have "

jmterservice rivalries and apply" ,the heat to top-" 'The ,Harriett Kelley ,Class met :' ,business. after, .November. ,12, we will still "be around,",,of : their stocks.: and improved their expanded -
secret missle programs. at the home of"Mrs.: John Camp l {) >
course, and hope to have the opportunity of'frequent! ( businesses until today: they are'in the proud
Tuesday night'No 'J% farewell con
:But for Americans who : 5: .. ,
have ,
may expected to( ,. _-' ,. W 1 'position of being able, to 'supply the

.. hear vwhen platform; }we will launch a "Sputnik," build a to gift Mrs..was Charles presented Ross at, who this time is facts'with. oqr .bid- friends. and customers, -' as we, L go> ..about. .'. ,'.- '. p -need of their citizens. But,building a'every community
space or put a the
man on moonthere : is
moving to Jacsonville. P our dailylives. .. a two-way proposition j it requires
Was only disappointment. One critic -
discounted Woman' Club Bazaar 'o' Jhe} cooperation the buyer
as. wellas
the President's "soothing" speech by likening himI'tp' A .- .
"roast beef 'dinner will be the seller. 'o..
a .man who, when he discovers his served 5:30 Again, we assureyou' that, it, has always. .been a pleasure
house on starting: at .P M on I 4tf ".... -''. ., I '

There. a ch s .for the garden hose instead of turning Saturday Nov. 16, by the Key- ,tb serve you, and we deeply appreciate, the confidence- 'of :
.in the stone Woman's Club in ,, Before
.fire alarm. the club to t you spend a dollar out of town this

' Who is right? Only time will tell. house. "Preceding and during thedinner' the... .public.that- we.have enjoyed since we. first enteredbusjinessjiere ,. ... '' Christmas season stop' and."ask' \ .'10urself,11f '
articles i- *
win be
J" on1' sale .4. .. : J could
not better 'spend
you it1 at *
for Christmas : half a.CenJury home.
' gifts-flowers, .
, plants. handwork, and '"white : {1 ;:f ,Chances are you\ could obtain! the same Hem

THE QRADrORp COL( :TY:TEltEqRAPH .elephant" articles. Tickets1 are from a local store.at lower price, than,you

' $1.25 ''and children's tickets ire ..I "' YOUJIS'SBJCEJIEL.V, : -...JL r :.. paid in the.city.. Try itand.e.. "4 "
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i The building still stands but I E. 'Stokes were Rudolph Stokes I You are hereby notified that a I All of said property being In the .
, people cannot remember now : and daughter of .Alachua and Mr. suit for modification of final decree County of Bradford. State of Fla.
,k'.". has been filed Unless such certificate or certificates !-
< that there was ever a store there. and Mrs.. Buddy Stokes and chil- against you in the above named shaH be redeemed accordingto '' Q YOU OWE IT
, Time marches on with so many dren of Starke. Court and cause and you are re- law the 'property described in

new things that one must pause Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Ruby I quired answer to or pleading serve a to copy the of com-your be such sold certificate to the highest or certificates bidder at will the J TO YOURSELF

once in awhile to meditate on Stokes were in Gainesville on bus- plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney court house door on the first Mon-
iness Carl G. Swanson, 109 Law Exchange day in Month of December 1957.
the old things or we lose our Saturday. Building. Jacksonville 2. which is the 2 day of Dec., 1557. YOU DO
f sense of .balance. Last week we Sunday luncheon guests of the Florida, Dated this 29! day of Ot... 1957. aG

had a tragic thing happen, whichI Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Carlton were and file the original! In the office of (Official Clerk of Seal Circuit) Charles Court A. of Darby.Brad- 0 TO BUILD A HOMETHAT's
the Wilbur Addison! of JacKson- the Clerk of the Circuit blame these modern ford County, Florida.
.... PONCA. 4 on things. or before the 9 day of December
I First time any thing happenedin ville.Mr. 1957; otherwise..the allegations\ of 11/1 4t 11/22
\ and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and said Compaint will be taken as
\ Wherein I arise before the misled into thinking that California -' our quiet little town. The children of Gainesville visited the confessed by you NOTICE APPLICATION. FOR
whole town grieved, for they This notice shall be publishedonce TAX DEED PLANNEDBY
dawn, I smell the fresh air of might be a heaven. They Edd Polks recently. each week for four consecutive See. 104.18 }.s.
1 morning. I help Don to layaway were young farmers and we were such good people and hand- weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Notice Is hereby given that T. J. "'
He 29 and Allen Lewis who is employed by graph. Alderman the holder of the following -
; some. was she 24. YOU !
had had drouth for two ..
those who have passed on. a years.
the Bell Telephone Co. was trans- Dated this 31 day of October, ) certificates has filed said cer-
The mother of three We have the body now of an tificates for a tax deed to be issued
young 1957.
How shall I learn: to leave ferred recently to Brooksville. Allen -
p earth's treasured things wanted to sell out and go to that old schoolteacher. She is belowin was home visiting! his mother, (OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL Darby.)" thereon.years'The of issuance certificate, the numbersand descrip-
Paradise the mortuary. But she is 78 'tion of the and the
teyond that western property namesin
I Mrs. Amanda Lewis, Friday night Clerk of the Circuit Court.
of after
quietude and lived useful life. which it was assessed are as fol-
long Her
a By Marian L.
hill she had looked at so much. and Saturday. He returned to Crosby, Deputy Clerk lows: ,
the farFaint After the sale of cattle, every- funeral is tomorrow. Don will be Brooksville by way of St; AUgus- 11/8 4t 11/29 Certificate No. 44; Year of Issu- ... .6 LOCAl TBADCMAUS.IK.
singing of an opa1 wave, furniture went back with his cousin's body NOTICE OF APPLICATION ance 1953. .
thing even they tine to visit friends for a coupleof FOR Description of Property: Lot 6 & '
white wings about 3. I am to have lunch for TAX DEED
rejoicing. It was not many days. Sec. 194.18. F.S. WH of Lot 5 of Blk 1 Dowling
Etched in frail rhythm on the weeks until she began to write relatives. I have baked a peach Edward and Jean Endicott are Notice is hereby given that T. J. S/W Sec 28 T & S R 22! E.
Name In which assessed Boward
sky; a star how homesick she was. So much pie and have a pumpkin pie now now living with their mother, Mrs. Alderman the holder of the following Akridge.All .
That keeps a silver vigil noise, traffic, so many people baking. I will have sandwichesand Willie Short, in Gainesville And certificates for a tax deed filed to said be County of of said Bradford.proper State wvlng of In Fla.the I :ftEjj4J'wULDEIS
pickles, coffee and such. I issued thereon. The
evenings breeze? that she was dizzy and head- will continue their education at numbers and certificate i Unless such certificate or certificates -
of ,
years issuance
ached with and the fast- do not know just how many will 1 shall be redeemed accord-
the sunset description of
Shall I go softly as smog the property and the
be here. I must dust the BHS.Mrs. names in which it ing to law the property describedin
up was assessed
going life. Next we heard she are SUPPLIES (
: Slips Dennis Hodge, I':te Hodge, as follows: such certificate or certificates
I Its golden fingers from the was in the hospital. So the good house and take care of the doorIn Mrs: H. O. Brown, and Mrs. Mary Certificate No. 54; Year of Issuance 'will be sold to the highest bidderat
the house door the first
the I well last 1953.: court on ''
quiet trees, I I husband brought her back to slept Green were fishing at the Scout Description of Monday in Month of December, d' e4S
Property Com :210!
Ponca and lovely modern homeat night and was wide awake by 3 ft E of11' : 1957, which is the 2 day of December -
As softly is this quivering a Hole Monday cor of NW i of NEV4 333i
shadow drips, the edge of town, where she as we went to bed at 9. So my Charley Kelley, son of Mrs. and Run S 210 ft E 420 ft Dater 1957.this 29 day of October,

i As softly as the mellow throated could have a yard and gardenand life goes. Doris Kelley, has re-enlisted in the Sec.N 210 ft W 420 ft to Pt of Beg. 1957.
5T7SR22EL (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,
: When
bird, flowers. Somehow she had you Navy for another four year hitch. Name in which assessed: Susie Mil- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ,.
,; Slip like the stars at dawn, unseen lost her hold on life. She was! feel sick at the stomach try William Hinton of Hudson, Ohiois ler. County, Florida. 11/1 4t 11/22 : .. ;

unheard. still sad. The young husband holding a piece of ice in your now employed in Oldsmar. -

Daniel Whitehead Hicky went to another county west, got mouth for quick relief. When Mrs. Malcolm Lewis was in

The above poem is named in the harvest fields was gone patching, use the pinking shearsto Gainesville on business Friday.

"Journey's End". I who am face three weeks. He called her and cut your patch. Then do not Lucretia. Cumbee was the week-

to face with the reality of death wrote often. He rented a house turn edges under. Shoulder pads end guest of Norma Jean Taylorin

,can realize what it means. I am near his brother and his work. for dresses can. be made at home Santa Fe.

the wife of mortic- He came home so happy. I talk- from sponge rubber, cover with Betty Jean Croley of Alachuawas
glad I am a
ed with him. He was doing fine, the dress material, and fasten the overnight guest of Linda
ian. I have learned to live, to '
be happy despite the sadness in going to move the next day. But securely in as the washing. will Sue Thomas Thursday.Mr. I I F II I'

which I am almost constantly in morning for him never came, not make them lumpy. and Mrs. Carl Thomas of

contact I forget myself and only in eternity, for about mid- PEACH PIE. I made a peach Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.
pie this morning of canned Tim Thomas Sunday.Mr. .
for others. I love night she got up shot him as he
spend my days
in whom I come in slept and shot herself. The chil- peaches. Cut the peaches up in and Mrs. Grist! Corbett and

everyone understanding I dren were asleep and never a- slices, added a cup of sugar and baby of Cussetta, Ga. were the
contact. needs
Humanity I about 3 tablespoons of flour. I weekend guests of Mrs. Corbett's SUFER-RIGHT LEANPicnics
compassion and love. wakened. So that is all over.I 4-6 Lb. Average 41
have been up since 4:30. It is cut up butter size of small egg parents, the Benny Thomases.
God is love. I pray in many Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dukes and
now after six. I had to get Don with a dash of cinnamon. I havea
in deeds and
ways. thoughts children visited the Oscar Robertsof
started to Omaha to attend the thimble too small for my fingerfor C
words. Often as' the poem above Sunday
Worthington Springs
funeral of a cousin and he took cutting holes in top pie crust.
asks, "How shall I go? I would afternoon.Mrs. .
the funeral car and will bring One hole in center and a ring of '
slip as the morning stars at c;. L. Atkinson visited Mr.
back the body for burial here in holes around that. In between
dawn unheard." For 35
unseen we and Mrs. Reed Lewis in Starke
those holes I made leaves and B
our cemetery, beside his mfe.
must all go the same road: to Thursday.Rev. .
eternity and alone. This morningI His father once had a large gro- stem with a knife. Crimp the Talmadge Polk and Allen

am watching the dawn break.A cery store here. "Conner Gro- edge good after moistening the and Donald Polk of Trenton were
lower crust
lovely young couple were cery" back in the 1890s and 1900. water. A pretty I luncheon guests of the C. L. At

pie.It I kinsons Sunday. : I ....,.., -
is breaking daylight. Whoopee _.

Just think, you and I who

Now Equipped To DeliverKEROSENE read this are still alive, so see At The FloridaThe Tropico BrandBACON Ends and Pieces -

the sun to breathe
come up the
fresh air, to kiss the beloved film version of the Broad- .
pound pkg
"The 1 29C
faces of our loved family. To way stage-hit, Pajama
Game," starring Doris Day and
hear the gentle tap of raindropson
John Raitt will play Sunday and
the roof. To sing to laugh
Monday at the Florida Theatre.
and thank God for life and even
The boy chases girl -
eternity when one is happy. My chases boy entertainment also Nutley Golden Yellow
life is good even in a .
ANYWHERE IN THE read my daily devotions mortuary.I ear- stars the cast of the original

ly. Now I must 'clean the living Broadway production including OLEO 1 1P01111db0X 19c
Carol Haney Eddie Foy Jr., Reta
LAWTEY AREA room. See that all is well in the Shaw and Thelma Pelish.

mortuary and I am praying for The Warner Color Film, like the RED

all those who ask me to share in play, is loaded'with the hit songs

their prayers. God bless you written by Richard Adler and Jer- Warwick'

F-A-S-T, COURTEOUS SERVICE every one. ry Ross. "Hey, There," "Hernan- ; APPLES S n

LOVE, LURABROOKER do's Hideaway," and "I'm Not At DELI.CIO
) All In Love" are among the num- MINTS 1bboX45
WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPSD. ..................-...... I, bers sung by Miss Day and John .

Raitt. 1', Large Firm Eating Lb 1Sc
Doris Day plays the role of ,

B. (DICK) THOMAS "Babe"' Williams, the cutie who ANN PAGE
can belt out a song and make love
on a porch swing with equal veloc-

BEL-AIR PHILLIPS 66 STATION ity. Doris' leading man is John

LAWTEY PHONE 2662 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Leach of BANANAS lOc
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Gano visited Dr. and Mrs. Cecil I. Ctreult Court Bradford Couty,
Gano in Leesburg, also relativesin Florida !. Chuetrr. *
Clermont and Mascotte last Linda Roger K.Allen Tunnell Tunnell.Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. 2 Pound Jar 39C Fresh Crisp Iceberg

Sunday.Mr. Case No. 12-436
Nattee To Appear Heads for
and Mrs. Bishop Thomas of To; Linda K. Tunnel whose res- LETTUCE 2 29C
the Alachua district visited Mrs. idence and address is: Unknown.
You are hereby notilitta mat a
Felia Moore Sunday. suit for Divorce New Denti-Kist
bag been, filed against you In the \
Mrs. G. W. Davis was in Gaines- Oranges or
above named Court and cause and'vu
ville on business Monday.Mrs. are required to serve a copy of

Annie Johnson who was a our plaint answer on the or pleading plaintiff's to Attorney the com TOOTH PASTE Igefube 2Sc GRAPEFRUITSPECIAL It Ib bal 1Qc

.. I Ir patient in the Bradford Hospitalis Arthur T. Boone,Jacksonville:301: Florida !
home now. She will be confinedto Theater Eliilding. 2.
Florida.and .
bed for a few days. file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Daniel E. Sumerel of Bigham before the DEAL ON

Enterprise, Inc. & Florida Poultry 9 day of December* 1957; A Texide LiquidDETERGENT
Ranches, Inc. flew his otherwise the allegations of nld
rti private
t Complaint will be takes M con-
plane to Miami to be with his son tossed vy you.

Danny at his 9th birthday celebration This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce 22 OZ can 49c Campbells

... recently.Mr. weeks tn the Bradford County Tele
I and Mrs. Alex Williams and graph TOMATO SOUP 3 cans 35
Dated this 5 day of Nov., 1957.
baby of Jacksonville visited the
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
Dave Greens Sunday and Mrs. Clerk of the Crr tm Court .
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk NIBLETS BRAND WHOLE KERNEL 2 CANS
Green returned home with them
._ 11/8 4t 11/29
-.- for a few days visit. VEGETABLE 35C

Little Cherie Hinton. daughterof !. Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR County.
RCA Victor Dalton.low-prked table William Hinton will be at Florida IB Chancery. GOLDEN L E CORN

TV with Lean and Clean" styling. that home with her aunt and uncle, I([Cecil Ella Polee Clifford Conner Conner., Plaintiff Defendant., vs. TURKEY

saves you space. New, "Mirror-Sharp" the G. E. Greens, this winter. Case No. 10-491 NOODLE 2 cans 35C
Mrs. Flora Green, Mrs. LaDora :Notle; To AppearTo
picture-262 sq.in. of viewable area.Hi9hSharpandEatt" : Ella P. Bolee Conner whose
( tuning with newOne.Touch" Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. Jack residence is: 487 West LaClede 2 Cans for 29CUis Campbells
Thomas of Gainesville and Mrs. Avenue. Youngstown. Ohio.

Balanced Fidelity on-off Sound.control.Powerful Improved Aubry Hazen attended to businessin I CREAM CHICKEN 2 cans35c
chassis. new Cedar Key recently.Mr. I I GASTOONSBy ]I
super Ebony;mahogany grainedor
Clyde Lock Mrs.
limed oak grained finishes- extra. Flora Green of Gainesville and Week' Big Bakery Buys! NBC PremiumSALtlNES
21T820 Series.
Mrs. Aubry Hazen visited Mr. and l-lbbo 28C

Mrs. N. J. Thomas'in Tallahassee ....,

21" ONLY '189.95 Sunday. GIB BROWN .
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hazen of
Gainesville visited the Aubry Haz-

ens Jimmy Monday.Hazen of Camp Gordon ''c SOAP 'POWDERS

Ga. visited the Aubry. Hazens 'e ae

TV ServiceAll Sunday afternoon. 141 C I++ FAB 9c OFF Giant 70C

Catherine Harrell, a student of \
the University of Florida, visited 43

her Sunday.Mrs.parents. the M. O. Harrells, uici S CHERRY FAB 9c OFF 2 reg boxes 57C

Ida Weeks of Santa Fe '
Work Guaranteed Free Estimates visited Mrs. Beulah Harrell last VEL 9< FF Giant 70

week. Gib's always lining\ up NEW PIE

Fully Equipped DependableAll Mr. and Mrs. Lane Goodson attended BUSINESS-: Home Laundry Size

the FlaXJa football gamein r
Makes and Models Jacksonville Saturday. "It's only "natural" that so 'TIDE 16 Lb Box $3.40JANE

Annette Green of the Universityof many people appreciate our PARKER DELICIOUS LIGHT >
Florida visited her parents, the
SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV Leslie Greens, over the weekend.
Little Dara and Melaina Good-

son of Gainesville were weekend GIB BROWNSERVICE FRUIT CAKE

INMAN D. GREEN, Owner guests of their grandmother, Mrs.R. .

R. Carlton.
TV Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes at- STATION

Phone 239 tended Church at Shady Grove 3-Ibsize2-65 5lb size ].85
Starke, Fla. Primitive Baptist in Trenton Sun-. Standard Oil Products 'soh"' ; l\urdar.;

day.Sunday 407 N. Temple Ave. Prices in this ad effective, through Nov. 16
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t tI $pPR.l..flmiJy.Jjllkl Ik&l ;B1L .' I IJ Mrs.. Qreen: .Honored floss call ,to but service soon and thereafter sold the busi-the 300 Attend Brooker Barbecue"

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I Wf.J;I: 9-y.tT Y.t-J,19Wt.r) &,j ist\C\ e ,waa .tened and ,h --- ..

'was" free. .to'return. .. L to _Starke.. '
Mrs. Herbert Ore'e.n was honored
.V.; -a.'a .aba' lovely stork "shower Wednesday Since he '.rai jqut of ths lumber .
> business"now, be looked a-
V ,_ 1' 4 V evening in the Presbyterian j ound "for jother opportunities and ,
i $ V I Ass mbiy Haft given by'Mrs. Bill; ,
1: V$ :;.: Costello," Mrs. 'Claude Crows ii/ decided- to try 'a new industry

.L1'f 4 & ; ; Mrsv Robert! Paterson, )t rs: 'Rudolph Itee -, the! manufacture .cfirooms. .

.,---."...".:.--..'_.T..a... _.'-" U__.-" ". r.-o. L.0 _-......_" ..Ta.,.,. \_Sink, Mrs.:"W. .S. McAhley: The -brpon. factory: was \
and Mrs. T. A/Yawn Jr. ocated. where Jhe 'PQy..d i Bx"
JQn. ,Ellen Crawford, W. FJ. Hayes Repeat A-pink,"white'and yellow color house now stands, pot far from ,

Vows In Double-Ring, Candlelight Ceremony c motif: was attractively carried out the ,City Hall. It was* while this V3o 4 V- 4 _

i3"the' party 'de. oratlons. 'Beautiful -I p Jant_ was operating that )KB wits ::1kLL J.

Miss Jane pen ,Crawford. I fon over taffeta. Her flowers ; arrangements Ve ow 'pompoms joined In partnership by L. A.
w 1jhV
daughter of. Mr., and Mra A. E. were a heart-shaped. bouquet, of V, v4VV were placed at'points of interest Davis, an association'that} .,"'&. to $ IFfW
Crawford of Lake Butler and blue roses. throughout the hall. The continue for more, ban 30 years.A \ -

W.::H. Hayes, son of Mr and Mrs. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert .. : (:\ refreshment'table was overlaidwith' dlsaBtroiu fir? fnc.1 d'th a -i thk

N: d. Hayes of Brooker, were Cox of Jacksonville and Mimes ". IV .. a white'lace cloth over pink broom factory in 1024 and, Qulgey -

united in marriage. Sunday afternoon Jci Lee and Nancy Crawford, sis- linen. Centering the table was a I & Davit decided to re-enter. I
; Nov.3, .at 3:30 o'clock., le!s 5! .the. "bride. Their gowns : crystal 'punch bowl with surrounded white the lumber buslnc.-w. buying bark ;
The" double riner. candlelight were of blue chiffon over taffeta V J, V .4t z with fern interspersed Quigley's original company and !

eeremony was performed In Harmony and their heart-shaped bouquets 4 V V *.. p mp ms. Crystal cakes.trays. held V sandwiches moving into the present location J _

Free Will Baptist Church were of pink roses. Dresses [ and on East Call Street.. L
Appropriate games were played _
wtyh Rev. Durward Long officiat- of all attendants were fasft- I during the party ho.urs and; prizes Retirement holds no qualmsfor i

ing. ioned similar to that of the were, awarded to ,the .winners. Mr.'Quigley for he has more I L M. Lewis!, director of Florida State Farmers Markets (third;
stood before
'Ifce wedding party bride. V Mrs. ,Green received her, many than enough hobbies to" keep him from right) congratulates A. E. Crawford, chairman; on the successful -
a. background: of. palms and Diane Chapman was flower V all hours. Theseare
lovely and useful gifts in a pink busy lila walking barbecue held at the Brookf market Thursday of last; weefc.
ferns, with tall baskets of whitechrysanthemums girl, and Larry Crawford ring -One hundred.. ,and seventy-eight. descendants., of the late Martha and white decorated bassinet in addition, of course to the
and standards bearer. V and Henry Sapp gathered Sunday- Nov. S, at the home of Mr. and Fifty guests. were. invited .to this religious work. that he and Mrs. Ralph. Nettles' manager-. of the Brooker market, is on Crawford'stight -
of lighted tapers on either side. The tridegroom's : .and. It. B., Alvarez. assistant state market director, Is second
father serv- Mrs. Felix Sapp for their annualreunion.. Pictured above are"officers delightful,affaiir. Quigley have carried on for 0
The bride, given in marriage ed as best man, and ushers were of the. organization. gathered, around: the oldest and y youngest V many years' at The Gospel Tabernacle from right: In photo. .Other member. of the Brooker market committee .

by'her father, wore a gownof Charles Spaulding, brother-in-law; where outstanding Bible pictured are: Mozejl. Galney, Alachua. .; Woodrow, Thomas, Brook-
members attending this year's reunion: :Mrs. p. M. N WSCS MeetingThe
white"hifton over taffeta rman. 80 (seati'd ,
of the bride nd N.: G. HayesJr. center and little And ;' teachers and musical groups are er; John Shaw, LaCrosse; Cljde Cone, Brooker; Earl Hill. Santa Fe;
) Savannah
featuring a round neckline ) Ray I f.l.,"and Kathy I D.f'&i1
and Eldrldge Hayes, brother -, Methodist WSCS business heard at intervals through the N. G. Hayes, Brooker; and N. J. Da\is, Graham. Around 309 l rin-
with loose collar. .of 'Lakeland. ,Officers landing are. (I- Carl
a pleated of the bridegroom.The I rJ Sapp?, \ice president;
; and : of
beheld a regular''schedule
win year
meeting where
and program and their families attended this event, barbecued
The bouffant skirt ended in a Felix Sapp, treasurer Mrs. Felix
bride's: mother, Mrs. ; : Sapp, hostess; and Russell Nor- at 10 o'- services is' held each week.
train. At the back two long Crawford wore 'suit man, president.Sophia Tuesday morning -hlcken and beef was served. Entertainment was provided by thaSanta
a with
navy clock in the Fellowship Hall. I Over the threshhold of the Band and short talks made
of FFA
floating panels hung Fe High School String were
matching accessories while Mrs. --a.v' 44i\,1 t J.j .:r... i 'home the -- .
Quigley hangs legend
'from the neck to the floor. Her Hayes, mother of I' the bride- I Adkins, Little Women Hold Indian ; jy Sir. Lewis and Rep. Doyle E. C nner. Purpose of the barbecuelas
I an phrase
finger veil of bridal illusion
tip groom, wore a beige suit with meaning" ce." to promote interest jn, the auction system of selling produce
: "hiding pl Thename"
was attached to a crown em- I I Daniel Massey Program On Manners
white accessories.' Both wore recalls'memories of Mr Ahich will be used at the Brooker market during the coining, season
broidered in seed pearls. and she white orchid I "
corsagesFollowing To Wed
carried I Saturday The Club' Quigley's boyhood! 'hi Canada
a heart-shaped bouquet the Little_,Women's met
ceremony .a reception -
of white rosebuds' and Tuesday evening in'the club house where the Ecum' Sec ni' River
a white was'held at the
home of E.S. Adkins of announces ..
Bible with with their dates as flows near his birthplace. Thehome
topped a white orchid. the bride's and special guests. '
parents, after. which the engagement
Mrs. Charles Spaulding of the couple ;hiS Miss :'Sylvia; Paulk, presiient. is J.truly a '"hiding place"
young c? left on a wed- approaching marriage of DOWN
Tampa, a sister of the bride presided over the"meeting and for treasures of art-oil "paintings .
ding trip to South Florida. They daughter, Sophia Irene to Dan NO PAYMENToNiysiqAWEEK
was matron of honor Miss Virginia gav- the de : rare china, melodious. old
and wore are now residing at Worthington iel R. Massey, son of Rev.: and Darby The Bradford County Hospital m'usic boxes '
a. floor length gown of pink chif- Springs. Mrs. A. E. Massey of Lawtey. votional. 1fsS''Joanne Waite, in announces the following births: and other items
charge of the led too : fo.; mention: that.
--- The wedding will be an .e.\'ent program, a panel "Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of numerpua
BPW District Meet discussion on''mahner on dates M!'. Quijfcy has collected oyei
Guild Unit 2 of Saturday evening Nov., Ifi, Lake Butler; a daughter Vicky.
and at the'table. .. the
Taking part on ;years., .
Lynn, Nov. 7.
Slated Here at 7 o'clock in Faith Baptist .
Sunday The Wesleyan Service. Guild. Church, Lawtey. the panel were Sylvia Paulk Judy Mr.. and Mrs. Preston Padgett "You: see why J am not worried -

The BPW District meeting for Unit 2, met with Mrs. Del Colley IfIva Dankel, Kay Walrath, Mike Gold- of Maxville, a son, David, Wayne, about passing the time during
wire Charles Osborne, and Larry "
districts .three and four will be! Tuesday evening for their regular [ Mae Nov. 7. my retirement, he saic

Md Sunday, Nov. 17, starting at November meeting.: Lewis LeMee.Hostesses for the (r. and Mrs. .Ralph.. Bryan, ofKeystone Monday. waving a hand arounc \\ \\ 111/j %h.1'
10:3p: a.m. in the High. School Mrs. R. S. Mullins. president, Weds Alabama ManMiss evening were, Heights, a son, Ralph the Quigley. living room that hat I '
Library.Guegt. presided over the meeting and Misses Barbara Bates, Robbie Perry Bryan Jr., NoV. 8 r' the atmosphere of a colorfu-: ..
speakers will be Mrs. Mrs. Del Colley led the devotional. Iva Mae Lewis daughterof cretia Capps,Cumbee.Birthday Kathleen. Conway and Lu-j, Mr., and Mrs. Leonard;jGriffis of I antique shop.Ticking up these .. .
Mrs. Lewis and the : things at auctions and estate: ..
Betty Bigger of Jacksonville district Henry Godwin, in charge Mrs Amanda Starke, a son, Riley., Nov._ 8. ;
director and Mrs. Maxine of the program had as her topic late Eddie J. Lewis of Brooker Mr. and UTS. Zenas 0 Tetstone' of sales f.r a fracjtwn of their true
Mclntyre, second vice-president ofthe "Christ on the Campus" with Mrs. was united in marriage on Nov. CelebratedBy value is all the recreation 1
Starke, a son, Kennejth J ,e, J9Y. -
State BPW Lakeland. Mullins] and Mrs. J. T. Gruis tak- 2 in Folkaton Ga. to Willie J. Harlan want." ., -
ing, part. Short of Andalusia,. Ala. Mr.. Jennings 11. And if he everneeds another -:: >-: '-0 r1v .

Young Ladies. Circle Unit 2 will assist the Methodist Short is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Jennings celebrated his I interest, he has it-Heilbronn '.e:''" --

WSCS in" setting up the tables Willie Short Sr. of Andalusia. sixth birthday on Saturday "after Quigley llsSt&keFllll1 Springs. This remarkable mineral .;':1'd:::... <' ......
An prganization meeting of the and serving at the They were attended at the $ ... .' .... ,,
Chamber of noon with a 'Cowboy Roundup springs'near Starke is owned / '.,'. ... :: ,
Young Married Ladies Circle of Commerce dinner next Thursday. wedding by Miss Lewis' brother party. by Mr. Quigley who has long / > .

the First; Baptist Church was held Mrs. Gruis gave a report on the and sister-in-law Mr. .and Mrs. The Jennings' yard was appropriately : dreamed of developing it into J7;; V '%.c -''
'ruesday-aftarnoon and officers Wesleyan Service Malcolm Lewis of Brook r. !
Guild district fixed up to represent a some type of retreat for'ministers }
Flec ed for the coming year. Eight meeting held recently in Gaines. Mr.. and Mrs Short are both corral complete with a chuck lay workers, and other reli- ///, r Ny\> '"

!women: were present. The next ville. engaged at the Sunland Training wagon for refreshments., Cowboy: <(Continued. -:-- from. Page. One). gious groups. Recently, he has *> \ .
meeting of the
circle will be held Preceding the business meeting,. Center in Gainesville and are at were played and prizes I received several attractive offers
on. the second games ton Mass., and later moved on to .
Tuesday in Decem Mrs. Colley served a delicious barbecued .. home at 317 N. E. 2nd Ave. in were awarded to Cheryl and Rich, from would.be'
ber. Chicago, where he .worked for, a purchasers, but SmithCoronaWORLD'S .
chicken dinner! Gainesville.. ard Studstill and Betty Jo War. while'in 'a machine $/ .op. Eventually ::: 1 for the time being, at least he

V ren. he went' to New York and: intends to ,keep the springs and ....

i =-- Assisting Mrs. Jennings in car- was IIi -.that city when one of the carry out some developmentideas FIRST AND FASTEST PORTABLE
ing for the 20 guests were. :Mrs. Florida '"booms" Jjrpught V a of his own.

Lex Green, Mrs. Gladys Mann, call early for workerVof. all kii\d ,in the CHOICE OF 4 MODELS 5 DECORATOR COLORS

.. Mrs. Ethel Parks and Mrs. Myl-, sunshine state. Flagler, was building Vet .Consultant
I- dred Cuttino. railroad
.the famous overseas
V to Key West, and :Mr. Quigley waS To Visit Starke -

'First Baptist I Circles : among a group of young men Bradf County Telegraph
leaving New York to answer, the C
IT'S UNLAWFUL I Women's Circles of the First call, 'for employment in F1ori a. L. Crosby Jr. has invited a repre-

Baptist Church met this week as When they arrived in Jacksonville : sentative of the State Service Of- Starke, Florida

follows: however, they found BO fice of the Florida, ,Dept. .of Vet-
The Lorena Epperson Circle much construction work in progress erans "Affairs to visit Bradford -- --

Mrs. Guy Sale, leader, met-Tues there, where the city was County to 'consult with veterans, : .- -UI
at the home of Mrs. fire, dependents: and survivors concerning -
day evening rebuilding after great "
For Person Persons Ernest Phillips. After devotionled that they found jobs without go- federal or"state benefits._ : I -V -:

Any or to EngageinBusiness by Mrs. Bertha Fuller committee Ing any further' -'South. Mr. Appointments for ,consultation. ___________________

reports were given. Quigley went to work. for a contractor Ph! !representative may be

The members selected visits to and before long was en- made, hi advance. by, contacting
Under A Fictitious Name Unless jails and hospitalS'as the project trusted with an out of town as- Crosby'"at-the County" Service Office -
for November and plans were
signment. in the National Guard Arm-
made to give Thanksgiving bask: The contractor called the .
ets to shut-ins. The memberswere ory. The representative will be,
Canadian in one. day !and
The Name Is Registered urged to attend the WMU young said; "There's a large two-story available for personal interviewson

.. Study Course' Nov. 26 at the house on Main Street in Jacksonville Monday, Nov. 17, from 9 until .
church. The program for the evening .a _
that I want you to duplicate 12 noon.
was entitled "Three Knocks .
In The Night" and was presented! for a customer in : '
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by Mrs. S. 'L. Peek Jr., Mrs. J. Starke. .

D. Doyle and Mrs. Earl Searing. Mr. Quigley had never heardof A bake sale will be held Satur- k r ... .. tJ ,4-7 ?
-- and wasn't
at the time
Starke day morning from 9 to 1 o'clock '
Read This Florida Law The Ethel Bigs: Circle Mrs I sure ,pf his, ability to carry out in front of the Florida Bank by V
Ruby Johns leader, met Monday 41.- M nStfv.iwiA..if. I,,,+. Yt.. .znt. 'tn ; ::
LI1C aST3ifUil"';**V vu t *v. w* -- a group pf sixth grade, girls in : 4tI
evening at the home of :Mrs. Geor- ,
home copied
I the Jacksonville ,. the "Just Us Girls" club. The -uI'r. t
. "It shall be unlawful for ge Anderson. After a prayer led floor plan. and came to Starke proceeds will, be used for'
% defined ktttta a worthy
any person qr persons. u to by Mrs. W. .B. Mundy Jr., the program ,-

engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined ,"!"Three Knocks In The to The start house, the job.w.as, the original cause.", .,"_ ':' ...' I Wilt b$500lA$1 .... .......i' ,.%..tt' J---------:. _
Mrs. E.
without and unless said'fictitious name shall be registered with the :I Night, was presented by Paul E. Canov home. (hiow'., own- bail anY : t't I. _
clerk of the circuit A. Hall. were serv- ed Mr. and Mrs. Hogan ,, _
court of the county where the principal place of business ed. by I $1.11
Smith) and was perhaps the lareest ...$8ptiorJ e"
.I is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidarit r -
met in Starke at the
The Lottie Moon Circle and finest R
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of Monday evening at' the home of ijme. y"EATIl.S1AR'KE !( S ( H :'_l Adverthed- Nationally'see at

all those interested in the business! enterprise, the extent of 'the !interest Mrs. J. E. Wall. An interesting With this job completed Mr.Qulgley : 'F b (fpjlCf ::. = : --

of each, and the fictitious name under which said business Is carried program Night" .,was. "Three presented Knocks by In Mrs.The ities in thought Starke and he., .saw decided t>Os "bp-to t ., ... A. :; 1c11144 ? i ATi

en. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring Pickering: program chairman, assisted remain here. SUN., ,MON., TUBS.

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised or : by Mrs. Tenly and Mrs. :"I rented a small building on Noyember 17, 18, 19 $

.their intention to-r register said fictitious name at least once a week for four Peek. V East .*Madison' St.', about "where DOUBLE FEATURE -
Rjuss' tyace"now stands, 4 Girls .Jp' T.ownWJtb I t tI
((4)) consecutive weeks in some defined law in the 'had hi
newspaper as by county UDC Chapter Meets Quigley relates. 'A I.: $3.75 (George: >rader and Julie IaW I& V
where said registration is to be made, and. said registration shall not be i my podteTVith jjrhich 1 to purchase Adams Uses *'' _1-

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ofuch The W. T- Week'a chapter stock. but things were -V And'
-- U D. C. met Wednesday afternoon cheap In .those'days and I was I
.!! publication. of last week at the homeof able to buy a nice load of lumberfor I ZARAKWith ,

t Mrs. Charley 'E. Johns with that amount-and presto! ,I \. Vlcjor. )JMature and Mlcaz

Mrs. Steve Simmons. \s cohost was in business." '/Tiding I _

ijYPD are engaged in hsiness under name V ess.Mrs. 'That" ,was 1906. Two years. 1 Also'CartoonWed. -. V

) any Mattie Gahagan presi- Jater, the young newcomer was.. -____
dent; presided over the meeting. married to'. Miss MinnifPWynn.'daughter ". ., Th ra. Noy. 20 21 .
. Mra. E. K.. Perryman,'historian,. ;qf pioneer 'BradfordjCounty : DOUBLE FEATUREThe

other than your own, and have not had this name "There gave a.Will reading Always'on be.' the a South.topic His, helpmeet. settlers' working, and" "she by'became', his! Tall i T _

f t = Side through half a century; of With'Randolph. ,.. .' ,Scott

; ) advertised and registered will be refreshments The hostesses' to the served 13..members delicious business life Jn :Starke. His pet AndJUNGLE _
properly '
we present. name for hey is 'il;? p4 formal she, HEAT 7 -V
according to the more -
With Lex; Barker Pwmfe yoo to custpm pf.young ladies 58 years without! battery w.ar,when plvogcd into any .
glad to aD Information ago, still addressee him if Mr, V Also.Cartoon 110 Vob! AC euttat IcdMugM bottwiM: ft.t yow ............. .
give you necessary as to Executive.'Board ,\ ..- Crown Radio outdoon.Saves baIIerJ._... 0 -
--h- --- ___ Quigley. Frf:, Sat Nov. 22, 23 wm manh1..9es wit!' wdio on o,ofL JptCill Iatrtfa t8rf PTIs$7.95
As the business expanded "

VV The executive board of the Quigley:moved to' larger quarters} PPYM1LJJ_

what you should do.BRADFORD Starke Garden Club will meet a h Ipctn ?W bY Clipped Wings. '

|In ,the Methodist Fellowship Hal the'Shen Oil bulk station.: He remained .- ,Starring: Huntz Hall. BULLINGTQW'SSTUDIO
Thursday afternoon, Nov. 21, at there until the lowering 'ANP 0' "
3-30 o'clock to assist in deco of the draft age for Worjd' WarI -V

TELEGRAPH rating the Chamber; of Commerce. made him subject to' call for FORT YUMAWith AND GIFT ,SHOP

COUNTY banquet tables with a shotbusiness service I in the. Canadian. army, Peter Graves and John Vohs
) '" meeting following. This since' 'had 'taken out'' V A.j&on ,iiid -
} ? that Serial Phone 265 Opposite Florida Theatre -..,; Stark'e
V .. --, will take place in lieu of'the regular 0 1 o lfJS' "his, U. 'c" rarnJ ?*& ",.t\i __. <. ., FJa.6 $ .

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i unable.towork. : ht.1 I ij I '. .I *''iiM! '= Si.*ipHe" 'i'-" 'orto
Operation; Christmas Seals/ I trring and on Friday nl Victor M. Shepherd, whose rFI1 .,,' ,
done and address Is: 2223 Tutnly- ini.e; : ''\' j. ). o tielh h
jgliner Higginbothara spent ,NOT" 22. will play their fifth Street,' Akron. Ohio. I I am engaged in bl"I": ">,. c f ;>"1

._ a .. Sunday nigjjt here with his i p% co inge" game with\ 'Home-I Tnn ,ftrt' jjinrd ,,ir 'appear on I I EC1I 8'alke.: Florida.1
December .15, 1337. in the .'atm* r : JOS. Dh. }l!: 'tVaf1en. fL-; ; f lt!
rents, Mr ui4 #1$;, :
Bufprd Hij-
| : City. *4nw><1 tonrU 111.1..1 .. 2u.of'Yh"re; ;" ,it., Clarke) Fla.t sole Ofief.., ,
,- ". ginbqtham. t I party IBlrthdaI plaintiff ueeks divorce and supportof i Dat"d: this 15th day of Xnembt'r
Mrs. N. L. Mrs.' minor child. %.D., 1957 at Starke. Bradford
tarilng'd Mrs Thelma Rainer ,entertained .' Bradford Cvanty Telegraph hall County, Florida. ,
J. C. Higginbotham and childrenof I nMish this Order In next four 11/i3.t ,1218NOTICE
IN THE NEWS onOct.. 31 at, her home ,
I. weekly Issues, rJ -
Lawtey spent Monday with '
birthday party hononng her ,! Wtne! 1 : I : '41pc Mr. and Mre Rudy Higginbotham granddaughter, Jackie, Jovner, at Starke. Florida, this November -
__ and 7, 19 7.c"'i'lCIAT.
;.daughter. 1
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I'' On her 11th birthday annivers-1 S" .\L)
,t Miss Joyce! Watford of Jacksonville Charles, A. WILLIAMS JEWELRY
J Darbv;
Mr. and Mrs. James Kirchner Mrs. C. F. Sayles pent Wednesday ary. Games were played ..
f f'lit ,
A* V4rk "ollrt -
; visitea Mr.,and Mrs ..Jes
of Kingdey Lake ,have, rented to Tuesday with Judge 4Wi : :. prizes! awarded after which the "'" 'Marian U Crosby Deputy'Clerk *
1, sie Williamson ilnlOn"\ at the,J. cut and serv 'Cha?., R. ,Hes 204 Guaranty Life Will Be Closed
Jlje) KJncald upstairs apartment! and Mrs. E. K. Perryman while uiitM ,t B birthday cqke was building, JaikfOi! >nie 2. Florida.

at 324 N. Walnut t. enroute from Spruce Pine, N. C. 4 .citui & % Truck., ,Stop last Wednes ed." About': 20 guests enjoyed Attya. for PU, '_____' 11/15 4t 12 6 Monday and Tuesday :;1

t' C. P., Koonct to her home in Miami. day.The\ this occasion.. with, Jackie. ,I '
Mr. and Mrs. '
.. fi r Sws. Maxyille pirls ,who were 1 :\OT1(} 'OF I\TK\TIO\ November 18, 19
hay irjQved} from the Green Mr. and IFS Henry "Stefanelli .. /. We are very. : glad that little RF.OISTKH' FICTIIIOI M> K.Notice
initiated into thf! FTA and FHA is
hereby given the
bouse on; N. Walnut street to and daughter, Eljssa,' visited Jimmie[ 'Bell, nephew .of Mrs- undersigned under the pro\isi6na that BUT WILL BE OPENAs '
last ,
.Monday night. at the Ball
t umter.,$. 'C. Pvt. Raymond Stefanelli at. Fort : Leon Harris. i.. improving after of Chapter 2tl,95J Laws of Florida I Usual on .
t ,4 win school .were. Peggy' Smith '\8 of 1911, will register with the ,
Massey of Benning Ga. over the weekend. t -, : undergoing a: brain operation at '
Mr ,and Mrs. Sam Mary Kilgore, ,Patty Parrish Clerk "of the Circuit Court, in and I '
Llttlle Rock Ark. have rented an Mrs., Ewell Lawson. visited. her. ': the ,Baptist hospital in Jacksonville f<{jr Bradford Count; Florida ppon Wednesday* Nov. 2fr(
Edith and
Harris Edith Smith.
receipt of J>ro< f of publication of
apartment at Nollman- Courts. son and daugbterInawMr.! and' The Baldwin girl's basket b.all where his condition was this ,noticethe fictitious name 'of I

Mr. -Mas ey- 1 is* machine room Mrs. Jerry Lawson, in Orlando.. team played Lake_,Forert School critical for several days.

foreman at Bradford Furniture i. tljjs) week. team of Jacksonville last Wed- Miss' Glqria Higginbotham:_ of i 1 -Li "l

Corp. Among' those confined with nesday in the Baldwin Gym and Jacksonville, has been, spending. '
SK2-C and Mrs. Jorph N. flu; this 'week are: Mrs. C. D. won the game with a score of some'* time with her mother, PROTECT your DRIVER'S license

Belche of Pensacola spent the Williams' Mrs. Doyle Conner and 37'to 30. Patsy: Smith and Violet Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and family.

Mr. son, Mrs. J. E! Hardy Mrs. J. .' { 0
Weekend .with ,their parents. Burnsed of Maxville play r n the Baby Forrester I

_nd-Mr .A..'C., Belche and Mr. M. Harrell Mrs. Margaret Baldwin team. Mr. and :l :rs. Dorrance For- BUY

and ,Mrs. JVG. Caldwell at th.e Blankenship. Miss Sarah Wood- Signed, sealed and ready for,delivery are' these-2,500'l letters containing On Monday night the Baldwin rester, of Greer, S. C., formerly? ofMaxvill *i

Stat Farm. burn. ,Mrs. H. E. Bradley, Miss 1957 Christmas ,Seals which went into the mall here .early "B" football squad played the .: announce: the arrivalof LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE*

Mr.' and Mrs. R. V. Chapman Avalee Edwards, and Mr. and this week. Happy to see the job finished, are (J-r) Mrs.MackFutch, Bolles "B" Sqad of Jacksonville a baby sob born in Gr er, S. .

attended the, funeral of their Mrs. Jesas Newsome. Mrs. Irene of 'the Junior i Woman's! Club the organization that" stuffed. and, sealed at Baldwin. Baldwin won' 35-0: C- hospital 'on! Monday, Oct. 25 .: >

grandmother Mrs. Mary Graham Johns is in St. Vincent's Hospitalwith the envelopes'; ,Mrs;: Claude. Crouton,,chairman of the '57 Seal We {\e'Y''proud of our "B" The young man has been named
Oak Sunday flu'and other, complications team. will be called No Membership Fees .. 6 Mo. Policies
in Live on and her Henrietta campaign; ,and, Miss ,Defli Rosenberg' commercial teacher at ,BUS They:! really lo k.very William Rock and
and will attend the funeral of n sisters Mrs. "
promising!? Harry Sperling.. Jim "Rocky.:
here typing stu4ents the This is the .
addressed em elopes. largest
Hunt and Mrs. L. D. Green are '
brother-in-law., Henry T. Howell my Higdon, Wilbur Bell and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and I
confined with illnesa.!' distribution of TP OirUtmas ever made in Bradford County, !
Seals i of
In Center Hill on Friday. Billy Nolan Maxville play with children visited in Jacksonville.with !

Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- Mrs. W\ H: Struth and Miss and persons! reccing# them are asked to respond promptly.Mr. _" the Baldwin team.' Mrs. Nolan's parent' Mr ; DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

iniurv Kate Struth had, as guests dur- BJrthday"Party.
nan ing the past weekend Mr. and : and Mrs H. E. Bradley a Airman '2-C 'Sonny Tenly' 'returned I and Mrs., Arthur Wilkinson Mrs., tL.ar: % .
when returning: from the football ., fEs.: Thelma Trainer entertained Nolan's brother-in-law and sister -.
Mrs. L. M. DeSha of Wildwoodand family visited Mr. and Mrs. K._ C d'i Saturday front a 19 weeks .last Thursday 136 W. Call Street Phone 2S3
game in' ,Jacksonville Saturday afternoon, Oct. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris of'
Scott and Mrs. Ollie
Mrs. Bradley course at Cha ute Air Force '
the a'de, of George Horton and 31, at her h me "with party -
when a car ran ? a Miami, were home for the weekend -
I daughters, Sherry and Terri of Qcala on ,Sunday. Base, 111. He will return to his i ., -. .
granddaushfef.Jackie -
their carP and bfldlv damaged it honoring er. and the family all enjoyed -
Hialeah, and Mrs. Leah Bau- Mrs. Lillian Jackson. Mrs. former position at Rand -
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wesrott! of Joynert her. birthday 'a nice visit.
Louise Newman Mrs, Eva Feagleand in Gainesville I
knight Jacksonville, on Monday.Mr.
weekend quests of .anniversary., Games were
Tampa were Home Demonstration! Club
Mrs. Eloise Cowen of : .
.Mr. and Mrsv S. P. and Eagle and Mrs. Strickland !
Sen. and Mrs. C. E. ,John. Taylor T E. played throughout the. evening
The Maxville Home Demon-
attended :
Dept. Store three-day $35.00
Kenny and Larry Lawhorn of of Belle Glade are spending this: j and prizes awarded after which
Dr and Mrs. M. P. Pi hon of .
courtesy'and sales..clinic, at Lake stration Club met, Tuesday, Nov.
Friday: tp 'fh ma5Yille. Ga were! weekend week with. Mr. and ..rrs.Paul. i the birthday cake was cut'and .
Padurah. Kv. were City Wednesday: to Fridayeve- A ,, ,at the home .of Mrs: Claude
Thursday 2"uests.of Dr. and Mrs. quests, .C of ,!!r. and, Mrs. Ray, P. 'flings of last week. Raymond and Mr., .an4 TMrS. M. served with. drinks.! Those enjoying : I Green Mrs: Nellie Mills, Home

Taylor. / I.ang. .. 'this. occasiorj! with Jackie -
A. Y. Covington. ? ,
Em-3C Freddie Johns returned to Demonstration a
Agent, gave
Mrs. ,
0. C. Netherland and Mr. and Mrs. ,Garl were Helen Cannon, Helen and
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rhoden) nfRftiford Mathews ,
Wednesday after ten
Norfolk, Va. demonstration on special occas-
Mrs. I
have moved to 340 N. Roger Hatcher of Waynes- visited Mr. and Mrs. William Alene Sweat, rfathan cannon "
absence his ion"
days leave of with : foods assisted'by Mrs. Joe
boro Ga. have spent the past in Jacksonville Mary Copeland., Sylvia Copeland,
on Sunday.Mrs. '
Church street.
veek : father,, M. L. Johns and family. Lucas. Officers: were elected for iADEINDUOTHERM
Dr.and Mrs! Seymour Marco Moxley.Mr. with. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Freddie and his shipmates will, return ,-, Lex Green and Mrs; Ethel Evelyn, Harris, Bobby and_ Claudia 1958 and ;will be- installed, at the

were In. Miami from Saturday, to to the Mediterranean tour of Parks returned Thursday after : Brown Sharon and KarenGriffis. December meeting which, will beheM
and Mrs. G. B. Tompkinsof and
Wednesday. Mrs. Marco Sr. of Coleman duty on Dec. 2. spending. the first, of the week Betty Griffis. at. the home of, Mrs. Doss
were dinner .
Tuesday ,
Jacksonville was stayIng with uesta of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Miss Nancy DuPre of U. of F. in Georgia where Mrs. Green { .T.w n y.five young people enjoyed Higginbotham. Those enjoyingthe '

the children during their ab Hazen. was homerfor! the weekend.Mr. was visiting her daughter Lu. a party last Saturday meeting Tuesday were Mrs. _
at the '
sence. Mrs. P.. S. Denmark spent last : and Mrs, Dolph Reddish, Mr. who was confined i in the:Brenau Smith. home of Patsy Grene Mrs.. Joe Lucas, Mrs.; Leslie '

Kenneth Tyus of Florida week with Mr. and Mrs. Roger and Mrs. Robert Green and children College Infirmary with flu, and Sweat, Mrs. John:"North, Mrs. .

Southern College and Mr. and Ward !and Mrs. John Denmark. in Mr. and Mrs.Jack,,) Sapp ;and Mra, ,Parks was._ .visiting her:son and,Mr.'family and Mrs. ;J. W.the Thomas Mary 'Well husen, Mrs.,, Mary .kgI; OIL HEATER .

Mrs. George R. Jones of Rochester Jacksonville Sheriff and .Mrs., p.. D. Reddish' in-law and daughter Mr. and Sunday at the enjoyed Jacksonville day Zoo.last Mosley, Mrs., Hattie Nolan, ilrs. ..

N. T. spent the weekend W. H. Nollman entered St spent.last Saturday at Cedar'Key. Mrs. Dameron Black In Atlanta. 'Mrs: Leon Harris' has been Emelie Young Mrs. .Joan Gils-

With Mrs. H. K. Tyus. Luke's Hospital on Monday of last Mrs. ,Jewell F ulk and children Mr. and Mrs., R. R. 'Hutchings! rnor, Mrs. ,Lavine Walker Mrs. WITH AUTOMATIC'
wending several at the
Lamar Shaw who has '"Iopnt week for observation and treat- of ,Jacksonville spent, Saturdaywith spent the weekend in Tavar, days Mills and Mrs. C. B. Nolan. St I SLOWER
Baptist Hospital in' Jacksonville _
the pact five months with the ment. Mr.: and Mrs.. Maie i CarterSr. with Mr. and Mrs. R.: A. Gre n. where, her ri phew 'Jimmy Bell Mr. ,and Mrs. Buddy Browning

Mrs. M. F. Brown returned Mrs. D. W. Moore has J ___ "
steamer H. Rogers on the
; underwent a' brain last had as their! guests .on Sunday,
of last week from Mrs. C. ..R. Tillman and Mrs. J. from three : 5 DOWN
Great Lakes has leturned homo Wednesday a a, weeks' vacation Friday and again on'Sunday.'He Mr. and Mrs, M, .C. Browning :
ten day visit with her L Chitty of the local PTA, attended with her' '
and will resume his studies at daughter spent daughter, Mrs. and daughter "and Mr. and Mrs.
was a critical condition, how-
Quth Genre College the end Florence, and son, Marcus, in Mi the State PTA convention in Daisy Johnston, in.Houston'; Tex., W. A. Nemeth and family of
to be the road to
ver seems on
Orlando st Tuesday'to Friday:
of this month. and,other relatives in Sealy, Tex. ) With Exchange:
ami.Miss Jacksonville and ,Mrs. Brown
Della Rosenberg spent last Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer of recovery now, though 'not"our of _
Rep. Doyle Conner and Frazier: Dr. and; Mrs. J. C: Naftel l and ing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. -
Mr and Mrs. danger yCt.
week in Indianapolis, Ind. attending Orlando were visiing : '
Shaw spent \Vedne.riav and the National Council of Business Maxie Carter Jr. over the week- daughter, Diane of Birmingham, Mrs! Charlotte' driffiri.of' 'Jacksonville B. Coleman and tam ,ly.

Thursday in Tampa attending Education convention.Mrs. Ala. were overnight guests last l visited, at the home of Buck Wellhausen and Evelyn

the state directors meeting of C. W. Pickett and daughter end.Mrs.. E. D. Bedenbaugh of Lit-, Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mr. 'and Mrs.: :Leon Harris "Mon- Coleman sang a beautiful duet: $$119,88 He

Sale., ,
the Florida Cattlemen's As n. Carol Ann, left Tuesday for tie Switzerland, N. C. and Orlando lay and in, the. afternoon they !at'the Sunday services at the
Barbara Salmon. Hilda War their home in Miami where they was visiting Mr,.,and lrlili V. B. Mrs. W. G. HaiJe' returned .all 1 went to the Baptist Hospital. Maxville, .Baptist_ Church on '

ten Ctcilia McComb. Sandra will now' reside. Mr. Pickett accompanied -I Sewell from Wednesday to Monday Tuesday from a ten-day yisit,in Mrs.. Ralph :.Silas and daugh- Sunday night., They- were accompanied -

Craven and advisor Mrs. L. H his family to Miami Miami with her sons and their t;er, ,Sherry,? and Mrs... Arthur pn the. 'piano bj,

Gibson, attended the Future and will remain there for his two, Miss Jackie: Hobbs of FSU families. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. rVflkinson ,of'.Jacksonville visited Henry Wellhausen.. '

Homemakers District! meeting: weeks after which he will return -.I was home for. the weekend.Dr. _., HaileJr., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and MrsJ.- C.: Nolan last We are glad that Henry ,. 53,000 BTU .
Santa Fe Higl: ? School} on Nov. 2. I here to his position with the and- Mrs.- Tt- G.- Kilcn are I '.' Tuesday and also attended the hausen has improyed from .wen-I .

Jan' Mundorff of ORlethrope I fire department.Pvt. in New York City this week Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Danipier Halloween Carnival. at the Max ,cent'illness and, was able

Butch Smith of Fort Campbell where Dr. Ritch is attending :had as Sunday and Monday, visitors ville School.! .
University was home for the \\1 to school this week.
bark ,
weekend. 1 Ky. is home on a week'sleave the doctor's refresher course at Mr. and' Mrs.' .L. J. Moon Double Birthday Party WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
of Mrs. Arnold Harper is improving
I of absence.: the Park-Sheraton Hotel. Mr. and Mrs.. On Friday night Nov. 8 Mrs. '
Miss, Kathleen Hooks of U. of after two recent'
Col. and Mrs H. C. Wall and Mr. and Mrs. J. H.. ,Raulersonof Bill lane and family of Baldwin.' Louise Miller entertained at her operations Phone 116 234 N- Temple. Ave. SJarke Fla.
F.' weekend I and she will
apent the with Mr. of last Attending the annual Natkmal we hope that soon
family St. Augustine were home '
Gainesville were Sunday dinner with \'elner roast and
and Mrs. Lester ,Crews. a be able to be '
dinner of I Guard Military Ball in the Armory put again. *
Friday evening guests -
'guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. birthday party for her son Ronnie -
Dave Paulk. L. D. Vining and ,Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith and at- at Jacksonville last 'Saturday 'who' old
Kelly. was years on
Tyler-Jones attended Open Houseat tended the BHS football game. Home for the weekend were evening were Mr. and Mrs. the 7th and David Midyette whq Brownie Scouts I '.' -- -,

Container Corp. of Americain Mr. and Mrs. .Charlie Cowen and pvts. Jimmy, Ilazen. Smith,.De- Randal Chitty. Mr. and Mrs. B. ws.l years' old, on the7th. The ,.. .J ,0' _, -_ -
Ferdandina on Wednesday. family were last Wednesday; eve L. Moxley, Mr.: and Mra Clar- this The Brownie Scout11, hold -
Voe and Wallace Wise of Fort young people attending, '
ning dinner guests of Mr., and ence Taylor, Mr.. and Mrs. Drew an, ,investiture ceremony Friday.
Linda J. C
Gordon. Ga. and Pvt. Roger Williams party, were. Johns '
J' Mrs. Wayne Douglas .in Jackson of Fort Jackson, S. C. Reddish, Mr. and ,Mrs. Rodney Tayjor, Frances- Janice and Joy' Nov. 22i' 7' p. jn. in the Presbyterian I

ville.Mr.. and Mrs. A. Wood celebrated 'Mrs. J. L.' Hair and daughter Hall. and Mr. ,and, Mrs Hugh] Bell;/B1ll Whitehead, Joseph an4 Assembly HalL Practice ,

their 58th Ann and, Miss Minsie McColskeyof Ingram. Laura Jean Harris, Andrew and
last Friday. wedding anniversary Lake. City were Saturday visItors ;Miss Babs Lance returned to Burnette Midyette, Jerome, Effip after school; Tuesday in the as- Fri., Sat. Nov. 15, 16 T ',es., Wed. .- Nov. '19, 20
SELECTYOUR her duties as student nurse, at and Royce .Oglesby, %Sharon and DOUBLE FEATURE
Mrs. Alice Anderson of Starke Charity Hospital New Orlean Morine Mancil Whitte- .
Coleman ,
and on
and sister Mrs. W. J. Johnston of worth daughter Penny
All members are urged to at-
on Sundayafter six weeks leaveof ,
more;' Joan Riley N. H. Boyd,
Miami were called to Dorchester, the occasion of Penny's birthday tend. .
a'bsence. .and Eddie
Watson" Harry
S C. on Wednesday of last week anniversary.Mr. gent)

by the serious illness of their sister ., and Mrs. Inman Green I Sperling. ,Gertrude ,Johns. Leland

Mrs. ,R.. A, Harley. They returned and family spent Saturday tQ vy1.vyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyrV Whitehead,: .Marvin and Alvin i In Circuit Court. Bradford County,.
Smith, ,and Kathryn, Tyrone Ed.-. FUrlilat IB .ChiiBrerr.Sandra .
on Sunday., Monday in Tallahassee vrth Mr. S. Shepherd. Plaintiff vs.

OWN\ ,Baby, Sandra Lucile Smith, and Mrs. Willard Pas& MAXVULEBy die',and Mary Ellen ;'lilIe .' Victor M. ,Shepherd.' Defendant.
Mr and Mrs.. Oscar,. Wilkinson Case. No. 1S--HO
and Mrs. Leon- .
of Mr. and
daughter ,Mrs; ,Carolyn: .Redgrave Order of 'pqltU..ano and ;ollre To
ard F. Smith, Jr. of DeFuniak son, Wayne Kinney. were in ,Mrs. C. B. NolanlalilllllllllllAllllAI. and children were visitors! ,in Appears state .f Florida Tvi IBlirIWI_ taWl1WIS-
.. .
of 0 Citra on Sunday :Nov. 2. S : -i; t
Springs, and granddaughter
S Columbia. S- C. pver the weeKend I
REPAYMENT Mrs. Lucile Davis of Starke, was visiting relatives. aapa an a a a aa a nasa ass Mr. and Mrs J. Marlin Coleman AND ,

christened at St..Mark's Episcopal Mrs. J. C. Oglesby and Mr. .
: Sgt. Vernon Harrell of Parris (Held over from last week) k .
Church last Saturday afternoon. the and Mrs.: J. H. Whittemore .of J \
Island, S. C.vas home Sidney Rigdon is ,ill with a THI MOST rASCINATiNG:
Among those attending were San- weekend. v throat infection this week and Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. LOUSE YOU EVtt MOl
ira's uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs.H. Louise Miller and family lagt
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Salewere had to miss school.Mr F Str
.. G. Davis Jr. and children of night':
overnight- guestsSunday of Mr. and Mrs Doss! Hte&inboth- ( ,

Gainesville. : and Mrs. Graham Sale in Valdosta am and family and, Mrs.: H. R. Mr and Mrs. Virgil Padgett -zi;

Friends of Mrs. E. J. Flynn and and attended and family of, Black Pond were "
Ga. They were accompanied Kilgore family services ARTHUR FRANZ- MARy Asa
ON Mrs.V.. D. Faxon will regret to there by Mr. Sale's mother, Mra. at the' Black Pond Baptist dinner,guests .,Mr. and Mrs IL ; Round
"Kambhn's Hollywood -
of the death of their brother, ? Plu'i
hear John Sale, who had spent the Church near. Middfeburg last E.,( Griffis last, Saturday., W".I Snap.hotsand Scout
Fred Y Cooper of Battle Creek, '. \ ,
past two weeks here.: Sunday. .. ,H. ,E. Griff is': visited with his Fellow" Cartoon.tooii .
Mich., on Nov. 9. Burbank Jr. and' Mr. and Mrs. 'George Johnson Plus, "A, Tar With a Star" Car-
,Mrs., Billy brother, Charlie Billiard. at St. _
LOANSUP Mr. and Mrs. George H. Steven of Demopolis, Ala. spent and family visited Sunday afternoon Luke's in aad Chapter! rio. H' Serial '
,- Hospital Jacksonville! k 4.
I! on'and son of Decatur c Ga. were 1 the weekend with her parents, with Mr. and Mrs. Doss }last Friday nighL ,: .., ,0. J. .:iI ''_- Thur, Fri. No21, ?2

weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. 0. Mr. and Mrs M. W. Lance. Higginbotham" : nd family. Birthday. Party Sun., Mon. 'Nov.,17,18BROADWAY'S DOUBLE FEATURE -
L Haynes: Jr. Mr. and Mra., Earl Wilkinsonand "CURSE OFFRANKENSTEIN"
Mrs. Michael Barry attendedthe ,
Saturday night, Nov. 9, .
Miss Marguerite Clark of Miami ,;Pan. American ,Hotel, ,and. family of; Jacksonville: viit-i I'Misses" Wilkinson Evelyn, "
Shirley !
I TO was, home for the weekend, and Restaurant Exposition in Miami, ed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs I Coleman Martha Harris. and I "
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Clark qf '
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth prew Wilkinson : "
recently. A Jewel North entertained at tlehixne I'Ph
.with I. << CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON :
Sunday :
JacksonvUle ,
spent A of ] at : r
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez group people gathered of Miss Wilk1nsoiiUi > ,
their parents, i Mr. and !tlrs.1.. E. the 'home of Mr.' and :Mrs. Joe ;abirthday :- -, .'-
engaged a at the ,
are. revival about this
\ party honoring Jp Ann : BIG
Clark. Calvary Baptist Church. Palatka Lucas Sunday afternoon, and enjoyed ': WARMER Bao&
Parrish her 17th .
$ on birthday., "- S. BOYLOVES.PAJAMAGIRL
every night this week and }.tz:. music which was played',by About '
$60Q 35'young" '
I HAVE i Gonzalez .will also conduct the Bootsie Cannon Harvey,1lcPherSon ? lhia occasion. with people Jq Ann.enjoyed and My camera and photo' equip. SENSATION

TOl'RWATER morning service there on Sun Buck Wellhausen aid 'JoeJjicas. meht about $150 \\orlht
hostesses. IS
day. : We i ))VaS. stolen( from my car. My !!
PIPES are glad to that
llr. and Mrs. John : \Ve are glad that Mrs know
'1 Benny .. MaryMosi'ey auto insurance loesn'tcover
: J CHECKED Mra Mary Motley at able. to get !
Sapp of Daytona Beach were : improving, nicely aftera 7Jte
I .personalproperty.WouM .
'Folks '
Find Us Friendly"LOCAL ) NOW FORWINTER around again. after hurting her
y!i I'. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp recent, fall .at her home, "when.. ', I..
; Camera Insurance
in ,
lef a.f.a11
her bom
at recent
over the weekend. she, injured her !leg. "
ly. ; costing about. $5 havecovered : ::24ia
j' : -
Installation and ServiceOf Mr. and, Mrs. .C., L. Scholl returned Mr. and }[rs. Joe Lucas had as .
Sunday from a three- their supper guest ,last Saturday: The Baldwin. "B" football team 'my equipment against

All TypesPlumbing ".eek business and pleasure trip night, Mr., and Mrs. Avery Slade completed playing: their last theft. ,"l los damage ?,
& Heating to Washington. D, C.... Philadjlphia. and family of Hampton and 11J:. game. oT&Te reason last'Mondaynight r;

IL COMPANY Pa., and Chicago, U\\,, ,They. and Mr 'Claude Greene,, And NTBV.I,, 4; with a" win over cTh1: : ..

GNANNPLUMBING, also. visited their daughter, A- Mrs. Mary Mosley.Mr. Bon s Scfibplf f'' Jacksonville* 'chr1y.E.Jo1ns'. : '. Ii

CO. dele. in Roanoke, Va. 'and Mrs. Alfred Harris with a score of 35 to_ 0.' "Go jdeit .

114 N. Walnut St. Miss'Jean. Mundy of Bessie- and ed.Ray 'and.Miss-Geraldipe: 1 k, )|:ear! boys.. ? T f JbhriMtW Ha.1eS' Fi&.k \. .

118 Court Street -Tiff f: College was: ,home for the Brock ef Middleburg visited Sunday :, 'Ir .Baldwin."A':: team lost, .
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514J with Mrs. Liza
PHONE weekend, '
AnnBHarris, anDteIg4, ; Friday .night, Nqv, ___"w.it8l1IIaIJ" ,! -

: Phones 580 and 581 Call John Christiansen" has returned who has" beep fliteI11\ ..with the., 8," \tq Fla..High.of; fTallaha&aee !",. 1' ;' f.-, -f ,. .. .
I Night Collect 2896 home after being confined in with a score. f'3S to 14. 'ThisnighC Antics"
.. : flu.Ed ( \ Fi&1orid'iii. Sport Also Buddy Rich & Orchestrar
Keystone Heights the V. A. Hospital l. in...Lake City I Treadwetf the J.: it R F j4a[ fqvr, 15. they w/11/ 'Plio", II"IS, 'Starke;; Fb I .

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American Education Week Observed 'I TB Research CHICAGO NEGRO WRITES disturb the peace.' You have as instead of trying to push and

. Had Too Many I MISSISSIPPI NEWSPAPER rood schools now as anywhere shove into places. where you

in this world, and a lot more won't \A happy.

In Program At Rotary Club MeetingThe Grants Offered Many Negroes, are straight- freedom than you will find on Today' I have 'no regrets thatI

Self InC thinking and are. not being fooled black. I have done
Turns northern trails. If you can't be was born
I The Florida Tuberculosis and by the false promises of their help.'my race improve
37th observance of American anything worthwhile in a segregated what: I could to

Education Week. Nov. I II I Health Association and its affili- E .. sa SJIEIC1I ii hyprocritical so-called "friends." school you certainly won't its way of life.; Don't ever

Powers To SpeakAt unusual when .ted county associations are offering Sudie :Mae Lewis, a colored woman or any
10-16 was marked at the Rotary a man real- mount to anything 'worthwhile blame the white race ,

Club Wednesday with discussions C of C BanquetEarl izes when he has had a few drinks a maximum of four student Soil Conservation now living in Chicago, in an integrated school. other race for any .of your fail

ty a group of Bradford too many but such a case was research fellowships each year in wrote the following letter to the One other thing I havelearnedand ures.. The fault is purely y urown.

County educators including H. Powers of Gainesville, reported;. by Starke police this, tuberculosis and related fields. N.E. editor of The Jackson Daily want to pass on to you. Nine We all have the same op ,
P. Morgan, superintendent of member of the State RoadDepartmc. week. Four annual grants in the "S News Jackson Miss.: out of ten dollars you hand over portunity. It's up to each race

>nt The man in this instance Wil- amount of $200 per month, not to Editor Daily News: to rise or' fall.
schools, B. W. Payne, principal of from thit distri't.will By BIO fleas to the NAACP goes to pay the ,
lard Hines of Graham, not exceed a ,three-month period are I have written several lettersto You've never had it so good
BHS H. B. Ingram principal of be the speaker at the only I Soil Conservation Service white agitators of newspapersand

Lawtey Junior High School, and annual Chamber of Commerce realized his condition, but turnedm: be awarded 'in the fields ofedical leading magazines supportedby magazines. This is no hear- aa you have in dear -old Dixie

P. T. Noun principal of Starke banquet on Thursday, Nov. 21. himself in to police for : research and social research The Board of Supervisors for the NAACP but have yet to say. I've worked for them and I today. God be willingvl'm coming
to students at the University see one in print or a word of
Elementary School. The programwas The announcement. made ing. I the Bradford Soil Conservation know. Their price is high. They home to Mississippi this fall

presented ty L. H. Gibson cf yesterday by Guy Andrews, The police reported that Hines I of Florida and the Universityof District held their regular acknowledgement. So once again are well paid to peddle their agitation where black is black white is
Miami. I turn to white friends to
the .vhool supervisory staff. president! of the trade group found himself having difficulty monthly meeting. Those present my get and stir up trouble. All! white, and all' a friend to man.

American Education Week is who said that Powers would navigating the streets :Monday Dr. R. C. Garby of St. Petersburg were Foster Shi Smith. Lloyd action.I they care about is the money --Sudie Mae Lewis.

sponsored by such organizationsas discuss road matters of vital night, but instead of happily go- chairman of the FTHA's Green, and Zedra Hamilton; G. have taught many colored you hand them. Just try paying

National concern to In Bradford ing on his way he stopped in a Medical and Social Research Committee T. children in the Deep south and them social W. C. T.U.
The American Legion, everyone Huggins, secretary; and Bill a call. In fact the
said that the was born and raised in the cotton -
service station and called the fellowships,
Ccngress of PTA and the National County. po Haas Soil Conservation Service. whole North both black and
known as the' Tuberculosis Asso- fields myself. To some this
l Education Association, to a- The banquet will be held in lice.As The Board discussed the annual sound like starved inhuman white is sick and tired of the "DRINKING IN MODERATIONIS
ciations' Student Research Fellowships may a -
interest of the general the First Methodist recreation Officer Shep Tomlinson arrived district supervisors NOT THE SOLUTION OF
rouse pubIc workshop
mess it's made of this
established but let entire
are being to attract existence me &\y segregation -
in the schools building starting at 7:30 p. m. Hines went up to the car. which will be held in Ocala. The I THE LIQUOR PROBLEM.. IT IS
young investigators into here that ,those were the happiest j business.
"I'm drunk he said. "I
Advance tickets are on sale object of these annual TIlE MAIN CAUSE OF THAT
workshops I
The speakers pointed out that ., tuberculosis and related fields. days of life.I .
thought I'd better call you before I my Stick to your own way of life, "
the local school at the C of C office and the is to acquaint newly elected PROBLEM.: >
12 months These
will under
ago fellowships in
am getting on now;
Bradford I get hit by a car. Then he climbed and be proud of ELMER MORGAN
County Telegraph. Supervisors with the your own race (DR. JOY ).
situation appeared to be "rather into the car withe the policeman he: jurisdiction of the medical progress my health is gone. I long to

hopeless." Since that time, how- and went willingly to jail to spendthe schools and the sociology depart- that is being made in the field spend my last days and be buried

ever, a few chances!: have occurred ments at the University of Florida of soil and water conservation. deep in Mississippi soil. I want .
night. and the of Miami. The 195 and 1958 soil and Sell It ReMIt 'Trade It
to brighten the picture. The State Rev. Kaufman Tuesday in Mayor's Court Mayor University. my own kind of people to lay me
water '
Legislature passed the famous W. T. Jackson took notice of They will be' offered on a competitive conservation speaking contest away in a Christian manner in

package program" which helped Taken By Death Hines' cooperation with the law basis to students and was discussed. The title of a free church yard.

Bradford others interested in year's speech is "Conserving WITH! A
County two way: 1)) and declined to levy a fine, but performingFl orida' Eleven years ago I heeded the CLASSIFIED
by boosting the morale and enthusiasm medical and social Soil ,and Water Resources -
assessed the defendant $8.50 in wild tales down there of the
of the teachers Dr. John Warren Kaufman. 75J The student research fellowships for the Future. The preliminary -
by pro-
court costs.
wonderful North. I came to Chicago -
viding salary raises to meet died Tuesday afternoon following A charge of public intoxication are being made possible by m contests are local and area :0 WORDS OR LKSS One iBirrtlaa (MUlmam Ckirge) ?.-_ __ ,73
with the of
hope being a
increase in living costs and 2)) by heart ,attack.A contributions from local tuberculosis in character and are to be held ECn ADDITION WORD OVER SO -___,.. _______ 4e Per Word
Gaines Negro was
against ,
"society lady" like I had heardso
making it possible for this county native of Mt. Carmel, Pa., however. The : associations, the Florida under the auspices of the Bradford 20% DISCOUNT 0V RKPE4T IXSHHTIOVS SAME AD
more costly, mayor much about. But what I wantto
Tuberculosis and Health Association Soil He ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS *O' PAID IV ADVANCE.
to compete with other counties: in Rev. Kaufman was a former pastor sentenced Gaines to a fine of $52 Conservation District. tell people the colored
and funds my ,
specifically The
the teacher market in securing of the Starke'Prsebyterian 12 in after testi preliminary events culminatein
or days jail police
of is this Just
earmarked for research people Mississippi, : CLASSIFIED DISPLAY __ S1.SS Per lick .
I the ----- -- Ia rr1l
additional teachers and normal re Church, serving in that capacityfor fied that the Negro had talked State contest to be held I I "
tc be conducted within the state at the being allowed to sit up in fronton S1.00 PER INCH FOR SME AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES
placements. several years. back to them were ar annual meeting of the
as they
the crowded buses and here
I I I of Florida. Florida Association of Soil Conservation I I! CARDS OF THANK (Tf Te 50 Word) _?___ ?____ 101OVER
Survivors include resting him.A
Salary-wise Bradford sons.
County Students and others interested District and there having a colored child SO WORDS .. -- '- 4 CBI Per W.Pd

was near the bottom of all other John S. Kaufman of Philadelphia, sailor, Stanton E. DeLong,, i in further should SupervL" rs. in school with the white ones I
particulars contact The contest MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS
counties lefore the recent legis- and Rev. J. W. Kaufman of Pittsburgh was found not guilty of making one of the following persons: girl open to any boyor does not mean and never will 4 Cesta Fir Word
lative program. Now it compares ; and a brother, George an improper turn and causing an Dr. Samuel P. Martin, professorof junior or senior enrolled In any mean that people of the two races NEED TIRES

favorably, but only In the area Kaufman of Winfield, Pa. accident as Mayor Jackson ruled medicine, University of Florida the state. high school In L will mix freely, and socially. Get them now pay as you ride. REIL ESTATE

of' teachers salaries, the speaker Funeral services were held inthe that the mishap was unavoidable. Medical School; John'M. Maclach- Rudy Sapp was first The whites that will do this are Ask for our easy budget terms
; place winner Lacy Sales Service 10 Acre.
In the state an feared with nip* home.
said. Local wippcrt of our schools DeWitt' C. Jones Chapel at Eight motorists forfeited $12 lan, Ph.D., head of department of Clearwater contestat just mixed trash:that any self- Union Pus Station Starke, Fla. See thU and '0.11 agree It'. aa

Is still near the bottom in com 11 a. m. Thursday with the Rev. bonds when they failed to appear: sociology and anthropology, University In the 1956 public respecting Negro will do well to tfchg rxeelleat. bay at' |399$. Electricity,

parison with phyrJcal! plants and Raymond McBlaine and W. S. in court to answer charges of of Florida; and 'Dr.: M. speaking Requests contest. shun. I PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all eleptrle school route.pump,Loratrd wall mat route 4 ..U.aad.

maintenance : running red lights. These wereL. for a conservation makes and model autos $%1.95 from tOft... This Is a
the panel declared. McAliley officiating. Followingthe Eugene Flipse, director student loll I beg you to listen to one,who recommend
and '
and Installation free
capability up. at ed bay.: Snail dow ,
Dennis, Charles R. Mobley, RoyE. map was payment balance
National Education Week is a services the body was sent health service, University of Mi secured from Leonard knows about these things. For Shepherd's. tfchg easy,
Clark Frances Irene Long, Griffis, W.
time for stock-taking, the speakers to Upper Darby, Pa. Friends I Nolie S. Barger, Samuel E. Noble., ami. A. Tyler, and Walter E. Martin. your own sake and the welfareof FOR SALE 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete Bring year property Ilitlaa to me.

;said. The shortage of well- Cemetery for burial in the family James C. Frashure and William Their land lines have been the coming generations, do I Blocks 18c each. FOP yard. Mortar It nay be your time to .....
Mix Cement. Sand, Steel and
trained scientist to with plot. Crackdown Ordered not push integration. and
compete C. Dodge. on aerial photographs and a Stop I Aluminum Windows. Also! ready WALL REALTY
Russian scientists, the increasing think these things through. mixed concrete. Bradford Engineering -
forfeited request made
Other bonds were by: for
'complete REGISTERED
On Stray Dogs soil I I Co. Phone 94. tfchg BROKER
requirements for college entrance, Joe: Roberts, $129, on a charge of survey.A When you- give up your own Box.468 Phoae 487-J

increasing enrollments, long deferred Hunting Season reckless driving and driving without complete schools and churches you are WE HAVE a new loan program for
A number of complaints about! and water: farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years
repairs, anc! inflated costs a license; and James Harri flower beds conservation farm plan giving up your last: hold on your for the entire credit requirements FOR SALE-1951 Plymouth station

everything are .vime of the (Opens SaturdayBradford son, $37, improper passing. dogs destroying and: l livered was de- precious freedom. In your pre- of the farmer and his family. wagon. Excellent condition. Good
causing other nuisances brought a VC' Wynn for his Gainesville Production Credit family car. Also good aluminum
critical problems facing schools farm sent way of living can meet trailer
sale. Price is
east right. See
reminder from Mayor W.T. Jackson of' Starke. Association CO North Main.
today, the speakers pointed out. I Folks are and mingle, have your own school Gainesville:: Fla. tfchg Bill Wall 337 N. Walnut St.: Itchg
County hunters will this week that it is unlawfulfor ; starting to make

"The school people need yourlj[, j join thousands of others from allover TOOIAU dogs to roam at large. on the winter plantings of oat. rye and teachers, 'and serve God in your FOR SALE-14 in. x 15 ft. steel, FOR 1951 SALE-Jeep, Ideal for hunting.

assistance and understanding if Florida in the woods Saturday streets of Starke. lupine. Cornelius Moore' own way. You can have your culvert pipe, $1.23 ft. ALSO Case Chevrolet Tractor.' Can Panelled be Truck. 1
used the seen at Mc
own entertainments Building lots for sale in
they are to solve these problems." morning as the 1957 hunting The mayor asked dog owners to District's grain drill to plant and nobody Gate Subdivision. Low down pay- Carthy's Garage.. 6 ml. from Starkeon

the panel concluded. "Let ur use season gets underway. TO CLASSIFYBy complywith the law by keeping oats for winter pasture. Billy did disturbs,you aa long as.you don'tWR'GR ment. Low monthly payments. State Farm Road. Itchg
JACKSON. Phone 165 c/o
this week for visiting the schools, Many of the local nimrods have their animals either'at home or on I the tractor :work and the last Central Truck Lines' tfchg

for talking to school people, and I j I been working on camp sites in Russell Kay a leash. Police have been ordered L .time' r talked with 'hini 'he said : One Black FI\TAL Angus NOTICE and Brahma Bull.

for gathering the facts about t the Ocala National Forest and to pick up .dogs which are foundon I the drill was BUY TOUR Smith Corona Silent Owner may have by paying adv.
doing fine. We Super Portable before advance
prices cost &
schools to the end that we all will other areas for the past several Speaking to a group of busi the.streets unattended. 'a- list 6f folks wanting"to the 149 KG _. PHONE 500 -Oct. 1. Layaway now for be sold damages.:Mouday Nov.not' 18 claimed, 1957.will W

betetter able to make decisions weeks. and are expected to be on ness executiyes in Tampa last The city law prphibits dogs from L grain drill use. Christmas. Nothing down, Dol C. Conner. Rt. 2, Beau !. Starke. It
so if STARKE, FLORIDAThe \ Week if desired,
you plan terms.
concerning the future of our chil the deer and turkey stands before week, David Corey, an official of being on the streets except ac it, please .to use Bradford County Telegraph. tf LOTS FOR SALE

dren. sunup Saturday. I the J. Walter Thompson adver, companied by..a person .'and time. Jet...us" know- .,.... ahead. ,.of, :Music & News Station. *r. "Cash or -term Cltr,"water'Box 2655 andRew ;;,

Wildlife authorities report that Using agency, pictured, South either muzzled or on .a leash. so. we can schedule it for In Starke WHEN IN NEED OP. Jacksonville, Fla. 2tp tI/%!

I I game is abundant this year and Florida as becoming one city in Owners must pay $3 for ani 'you.Robert TOP SOIL SALESLADY' WANTED for new

Concert Group predict that hunters will have a I the years to com mals which have been impounded. W. Murray, Biologistwith MONDAY bakery' to.OPfO' soont :Apply 'at 116
Walnut all. .day Sunday, ,Nov. 13.
the Forida
successful season.In He visions a practically solidly; Game and FreshWater FILL DIRT '
Member Drive Bradford County, 148 bunting :- developed area that will contain r Cub Pack 70 Fish Commission, visited 6:00 Sign on and News Itch&
i licenses have been issued by two-thirds: of the state's, popu- farms of V .R. Ferguson and 6:05:' Starke Wakes Up trmy Camp Lake Bed

To it he County Judge's office. These lation. This future dense 'population .- Cub scout Pack 70 will hold I R. C. Dampier to observe plant 7:00 First Edition (news) WORKAND Ing.ford. may claim by identifyItchg.

Begin Mondayh! 62 state licenses, 46 public ; area: would stretch from its regular' monthly meeting in I ings of thumbergii lespedeza 7:15: Starke Wakes: Up '

area licenses 10 county north of' Tampa on .the Gulf the recreation building of the combine ,pea and partridge pea: 8:00: Sports, WANTED-Furnished .room with
The Mutual Concert Association Coast south to Naples while the 8:05 Starke Wakes Light Bulldozing private 'bath and parking privilegesor
l licenses and 30 licenses to persons First'' Methodist"Church, on Tuesday These plantings,were made for Up garage; by gentleman. Refer-
of the Bradford County Area will over 65 under 15 Eari: Coast will continue its amazing 9:00: News Betty Grey Show .Write ).
or years of age. Nov. 19, at 7:30: p. m.. food and cover for quail.- Murray: W. L.. THIGPEN JR. pnf'R J 0 Box 83(0
hold its annual membership drive The Camp Blanding growth from the Keys to 10:00: Sweet Music Show & Bradford County .
Management tells
Awards will be given at this I me'that every year ,more, BL 2 Box 245-D Alton KdPHONE 2tp 11/22
starting Nov. 18 and I Area will be Jacksonville, Large central areas News (hourly) S
Monday, open to hunters
will be and
time, and there a displayof more of Florida's land i is being I 297-J
continuing for one week. for the second straight year, witha such as Orlando and Gainesvillewill achievements of the : 12:15 Second -Edition '(news) FOR RENT-5 room house with
various put to 'work' to producesomething. ear
garage and "garden
Last year the Association had L large quantity of game reported. serve as hubs for the Jacksonville 12:30: Sweet Music Show & Starke,,' Fla.OtTR bath space.
carryingout South Co lie Road
the :
Cubs during year, This is the direct result month y
220 members and presented three This year hunters will not need Tampa, Miami triangle of the month News (hourly) and E .' St. Peterson Dairy
the theme ,
concerts, the Festival Symphon- the special permit to hunt in the with homes and industries packed of an 'everincreaslng'humanpopulation 3:00: Starke :Music Hall & 'TENTH ANNIVERSARY take' itp
Show. .
"Cub Scout Achievement RADIOS REPAIRED
Blanding area as last in between. At present an average News '(hourly) OPENING SOON-Jeff's,
ette of 15 ,members. the American required will in AU Make AU HaJelattuoaafcle Pastry
Piano Trio, and Mary year but will be admitted with the Flying over this area today Refreshments. be chargeof of 1,000 families per week 3:00 Starke Music Hall and Charges raaraatee I Shop.of quality 116 S. Walnut St.; Full line

Hutchens. tegular Public Hunting Area Per most of the territory appears deserted Den 5.JACKSON'S.. are moving to Florida. The new News (hourly). M W.CHAi.Call St.C. SHEPHERD Stark: ... 2S I birthday rRkf'I putrlel eneoialtr.Wedding) and

or under water, yet travel bu:"!neSses and industries that Mon.. Art Mooney; Tues., Gordon t'hl
Programs this will be mit.In LIVESTOCK -Modern well furnished
year the second district, which Includes by car proves otherwise and are accompanying this increase McRae; Wed., Harry Bela- ::1% PAID ON SAVTNOS KEYSTONE house with oil OR Kingsley

selected available by attractions.the members Each from I I Bradford County, huntingwill when we consider other areas of 3VHRKET REPORT, f 'i fa population are expanding at fonte; Thur., Sammy. Kaye; Fri.,, !I STONE HEIGHTS STVTE BANK, FLA.-, MEMBER KET-- Lake.B-ence. 2J23 Winter St. hater. Jacksonville.11r.. H. C.

be allowed every day from the nation that were formerly Weekly reports from 3acksqn'I the expense of our .remainingwildlife Eddie Fisher. FDIC. Phone EV 1-33%John. tfchg
member will be given a ballotS Nov. 16 through Nov. 2L After farms and fields 3:15: Mon:, Eddy Howard; Tues.,
_which have become Livestock Market (formerlyOdom's ) land. Whether the business FOR LEASE New Service Station FOR RENT
and may vote for the that the hunting of deer Sunny Gale; Wed.,. Luis Alcaraz;: 301 In Starke. Minimum Investment. -Three room furnished

turkey, practically one big sprawling I- ) in Gainesville! show' a is an improved pasture, an on or unfurnished. 40J S. Cherry St.
he would .
like to see. Among quail, bear and Thur.,. Rosemary Clooney; Fri.,, Reasonable rentaL
squirrel pantherwill .
metropolis in the last 50
demand for good quality court' "p
those available are The Little strong orange grove. or a tourist James. Pontaet Mr. A. E. Howard. Lake
be prohibited on Mondays, years, Mr. Corey's prediction livestock. Sale day is now held on frontier Joni Puller. Hy-6-2855 during the day FOR SALE-Bassinet and
Chorale, consisting of eight voices Tuesdays and Fridays. This same seems to make sense.' Wednesday instead of Friday it: encroaches upon our 3:30: Mon., King Sisters; Tues., or Route 2. Box 213. Stchg 11/29 ty clothes. some new sizes maturnl-H to 16
and staged by the same ama wildlife land much as a flood engulfs Billy Vaughn Wed. Jo Stafford : Reasonable. Phone 452-W.
pee restriction will apply to the fifth Much the same thing has happened there has been a steady i '; ; : HELP WANTED good reliable up

ple who present The Voice of district, but hunting will be allowed to the New England-New of buyers since this change. Top inch by inch the opposing Thur.:, Tony. Martin; Fri.,. Larry Rawlelgh person to Products supply customers In N. Alachua with FOR RENT, -. Three furnished

Firestone Show; "Rosalinda" by every day in the other dis York-New hillside. Clinton. houses with bath, gas and eJectrlM.I .
Jersey area. Here a prices are being paid for cattle County. See C. E. Howe, 914 ty. Stars
Strauss, staged by ten singers tricts. densely populated strip stretches and hogs. The new auctioneer'.t If we are to maintain .quail 3:45: 'Mon., Andy Williams;: White St. Live Oak Fla. or writeRawleigh's I Y.kf'. phone an,<1.Strlp'BKln,*.. Itchg*; |.jr

and actors; The Village Players From Christmas day throughJan. from Boston along the Coast, the market is Cot Bob Cooper of and other' wildlife populations, Tues., Ames Bros.; Wed., Ferlin Tenn.Dept. PAK270127.Memphis. 4tpll/22. I FOR SALE
2 will be allowed realize Husky; Thur., Diahann Carroll;;,' Household good'l.
presenting short plays; and Ger- hunting virtually one city as far south as Sarasota. we must bring ourselves to clothing, dishes and re
FOR SALF.-Used 17 Inch T.V. Sets supplies -
son Yesser, a pianist who has every day In all districts. Virginia Beach forming a 600 Below is the market report for that :this flood is !not likely Frt, Vic Damone. S49.15 at !Shepherd's: tfohg Alban Hardesty on L. R.
apeared with the Boston mile I its 4:00: Mon., Caterina Valente; Farm. lip
Pops I Interurbia. the Nov."6 sale: to recede, or even" discontinue
Tues. Martin WANTED-Farm Hand can drive
'Ray Doris
Orchestra as swloist some 30 out that changes Hogs must improve tractor and cultivate. Steady work. ORA nER. Oraperult 'and Tan
Corey pointed advance. We.
times. Lake City Beats in the last few years with industry No.. 1's. $16.25.' Feeders, up to quality of 'wildlife. Land Vat Lena Day; Home.Thur.,. Wayne King; Fri., Starke Morris, Carter Fla. Rt. 2, Box 2tp 93-A 11/15, wm gerines sell'I. any- amnunL. per) bUlhtJ \\l\l

Memberships cost $5 for adults for expansion $20. per 20 Selfood; Market Brownlee, phone \|
seeking larger space ) onCe supported one quail 4:15: Mon.. Dean Martin; Tues.,, nOI.J. E 11
and $250 for students. The Tornado B Team and new people Cattle I managed WANTED-Registered nurse for Ilhg'I
plants, be ,
I Standard I acres will have to Jill Corey; Wed., Jackie Gleason;;; floor duty. Doctors Hospital. 100
kick-off meeting will be held inthe' ] j seeking larger and better homes Steers and heifers: quail per 10 acres Thur., Johnny Mathis Fri. The West Call St.. Starke Fla. 2tchg '
I to support one ; FI.OIUIM
13.50 to 15.- COMPANV
18.00 11/15 nFUT
bandroom at the, high school II The Tornado B team in a well- in more spacious comfortable 17.00 to ; Utility Stockers :- w. hall of that land is taken out Hilltoppers. 'I

starting at 4 p. m. Monday. I matched: contest, was defeated surroundings; following in the 00; Cutters 10.50 to 13.00; -: production. This is simple 4:30: Mon., Del Wood; Tues., Nat L FOR RENT Unfurnished apart. 1-* flae aeleetloM
9.00 to 17.50. of quail I ment at 655 N. Walnut St. :3 I Jarg'erooms of farm .
Anyone interested in working on I by Lake City Tuesday night 18-13: wake *of industrial development, Standard 16.50 to 18.00; arithmetic. King ,Cole; Wed., Five Keys; and bath. Also nice for raache. at low priee. Yea ?,.e
Calves: ought
the drive should attend this Cespite: two valiant touchdownruns ease of transportation through 10.00to Thur.,. June Christy;; Fri., Jimmy business> office. Redecorated in- ,.,. to tee what w* have to of.2Recently J
Utility 15.50 to 16.50; Culls ide. Mrs. A. F. SauJ!!. 633 MeMahnn -
super highways and
meeting. countleasthousands Dean. .
by. Bradford backs. _
14.00 Stockers 10.00 to 18.00. St.. or phone 183-W. tfrhg
The loss was the fourth for the seeking a desirable ; 15.- Hiring 4:45 Mon., Gene Vincent:: Tues., ressonahi. .built hon,, with very
,Cows: Commercial 14.00 to Gas Line Seen EflT\TE" Paymeit and
junior Tornadoes, against one location for retirement all give Kay Starr; Wed., Judy Garland; REAL. ll.lt' like.w....t. the
For Real
14.00 Estate
00 Utility 13.00 to ; .Cutters 7 .r
Mrs. Florida 'a tremendous ; In Area Thur. Sal Mineo Fri. Elvis Pres
Bradford victory.The advantageand 13.00 Stockers 9.00 to 20 People ; See 3-Beaatlfal home
10.00 to ; altM for
Tornadoes scoring punches insure its continued magical i cy." HARRY .C. ELROD. JR. moat ', tie
12.50. 218 Tempi. A..e. Starke Fl. ... .IIJlal..a.I. .|m ".11.
Dies After IllnessMrs. couldn't get into gear until the growth. Bulls: commercial (none); Utility (Continued from Page One: ) 5:00 Mon., Fred' Waring* ; Tues., (Open LiuiIiislted!, ) 1feh later. .t"a. BOW, baud'

fourth quarter. For the first one, Evidence of what is happeningis Pat Boone; Wed. Pee Wee Hunt: .
14.50 to 15.50 Cutters 10.50 ONE BEDROOM furnlehed apartments
Richard Duggar, ripped off tackleto found in the Hillsborough- ; 11.00. now- tting underway The gas Thur., Ray Anthony;' Fri.. Everly; for rent. Phone 165, ,W. T.: Sec us today, tel a your sees. 1
Alice Beckwith Bradford to 11.50; Canners 10.00 to : will be' delivered from Texas and .a' let us With .
race 75: yards for the goal line. Pinellas area where numerousnew Brothers. Jackson. tfchg try 4. H..rl you WP

55 died in a local hospital Duggar also accounted for the large Industries are spend I Ii i Louisana; oil fields,by two cooperating and- 5:15: Mon., Tab Hunter; Tues., HOUSE FOR RENT-Inquire Unio* "al...t.e.t. jo.. make a ..

Wednesday morning following an extra point. il ing millions of dollars and new buildings corporations, Houston Peggy Lee. ; Wed, McGuire Sisters Pin Station tf'tt. JUOEIDA /
illness of several weeks. Another brilliant call for more public the Coastal Transmission Corp. ; Thur. Frankie Lame Fri! BET CO. \t
run was made homes ; ,
are being built by the markets and business to distn"bute' Farm Have ..< B..l.e.. Proper OF
Mrs. Bradford had been a resident by Tombo Smith later in the last hundreds and sold as fast super The City of Starke plans Al Hibbler. ty Free Ope Liatligo SAK

of Starke for the past quarter to push the Tornadoes are completed. as they blocks. gas through a municipal 5:30 Mon., Kitty KaRen; Tues. J.b.Ie. H....... B..nu.t.tIT.p ill X. WalBBt It..ke.St. TeL 3 'I
the Temple commercial O. BeE 307 Starke Fla. _
North of
four years, moving here from scoring to 13 points. but the Lake Another'section that Tampa system! for domestic, ; I Hal .Kemp;"Wed.,. Johnny Ray; 5 .l. S. .. 301 Pa... Wald Fopl4.
Philadelphia. A native of Parks- I City eleven was still ahead. is expert Terrace area at one time a vast and industrial use,.as well as use Thur., Stan KentonFri.., Three HObart 8-2831 tf. FOR 'RENT-Furnlihed ,
encing development is the Pied- become Re-decorated Inside btaee.
orange grove is destined to natural at the municipally tile
burg, Pa. she Coach Jim Temple reported that gas Suns. PORTABLE for couple at ."
was a retired bookkeeper mont Range in Georgia North station. TYPEWRITERS: No IkStK Adults.
having worked with the all of the members on the squad and an important manufacturing owned electric generating 5:45 Man. Hugo Wfaterhalter; down payment. $1 per wealPradford C Can In-w, ) A F.. Saul., G33
South Carolinas. This will i 1'Yahone. .
centersU.'Tounded by thousands County Telegraph I t -
Sears Roebuck Co. in Philadelphiafor turned in fine performances gIving become another Southern : .Tues, June Valli; .Wed., Dinah tflbg
Inter- of modern homes. Now I
special mention to Duggar, Shore; nor FrankSinatra Fri, FOR SALE-Used 21 Inch TV's only W A colored or white.itcng .
many urbia
yearaSurviving Smith and Harvey Tanner in the just as will South Florida. building are two huge brewery Electric, 'Sperry-Rand.. Air Associates ,- Perry.Como. 15.95! at Shepherd's Radio and Apply: tc.- J Restaurant.
are her husband, Such growth will of course plants of the Joseph Schlitz TV. tfehs 1115FOR'
recently GOO Third Edition .
backfield and Ronald Crawfordand and others. It was : (news) '
Claude R. Bradford of Starke::: Douglas Seymour in the line. : call for more super highways and Brewing .Company and the An-: announced that the Hous 6:15; The Service how, FURNISHED APARTMENTS at reduced burner SALE-N.w- Perfection double
and a sister of Philadelphia. turnpikes. Corey pointed out that hauser. Busch Budweiser plants monthly rates for couples oil heater, g w* Condition.
Even 6:30: Show. May be
though they came out on ton' Texas' Gas and' Oil .Corporation What-A-Burger seen Friday or
Funeral or.wlth one child. All Saturday 'at
services will be held I the short ,end of the score, the transportaion problems and the and .here also is the site .along the firm that is' bringing .7:55. News. and Sign Off. veniencesL Close in. W. H.convey Not 708 N. Walnut 2tfhg 11115

in the DeWitt C. Jones chapel at Tornadoes! were able to best the necessity for networks of easily the winding .Hillsborough River .Saturday man. 22$ W.. Madison .St. Stark .

11 a. m. Saturday with the Rev. Lake City crew in rushing yard. accessible highways is causing selected_for the building of Flor.natural gas by pipeline to Florida .S'ame'schedule S 'u above except tfchf i- Sewlig. NOTC a ChrIsta.

Donald Kokomoor officiating ag, racking up 320 yards as compared destruction of 90.000 homes a i ida's third state University- as is establishing:offices. in StPetersburg. 1 .to. 6 p.m.. Road Show. -- LADIES! siaehlaes.e.t. We. ..'ay.a, ," t.'le

Burial will follow in Crosby Lake to Lake City's 200. year and the number will in- well as many smaller businessand All this is clearly .Sunday orfen AVON COSMETICS .1.ap..f; wiI ly Electric ese away, .until

Cemetery. The B-Squad will play its final crease. With the nation's fast increase : industrial 'institutions. I. indicated .bi. the' trend that Mr.. 7:30 _Sign on. Religious programs Starke(sad o.d Rural.rafa&rM ppcrtaaltr!a Bradford! pisa ...Price.C..e.t. eaee n' ..r
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Active pallbearers will be. mem game of the season next Tuesday, in population and larger Pinellas cOunty'contInues to until. 1 p.m.. c..i,. full .r Part Ttate. Chit 1:1 South L G., FI.Hemingway- .

bers of the First 'Methodist meeting Santa Fe at the Starke average families it means we attract 'big Industry around 'the Corey, sees .making-all, of 1 to 6 pjn.-The Sunday Show .aB *...r fa.,.....e B.Mra.W la Met fill Br.awlagWrit ,.... It.lake Ztp 1/1

Church of Starke.: stadium. Game time is 7:30: p.m. must continue to build more and bay area with such firms"as : South( Florida- one big:unbroken 6 .to 8 PJXL -Same schedule" as I P. O.'BM 401. GaUesrllle. PboaeFraakltB I FOa RE -

bigger homes which of course, Minneapolis-Honeywell, General metropolitan- area-in the; future.- weekdays.S. :'!,;..,t'_''<. ..., j 194, E. Browalc C-7U3. _?, it.I Itp g t1 wih, bet Wallt hot water.,Apply. gsa a apartment t ant.AJ>else.U *, 1 .


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Hunters Told season bag limit.Twenty in total In Navy SchoolWilliam ,. School Closings Co. C Riflemen 23 Are Initiated i

possession. ....,
Observe LimitsHunters Squirrel: Ten grey and two t Perform We//// Into Beta Club l
fox squirrel in day's bag.No sea- : iwr.rf \ SignedGov.
are reminded that son bag limit. Twenty grey and Last week was Initiation week
They CWO John C. Stephens, coach *
they must abide by all bag limits I four fox squirrels in total pos tr Leroy Collins recently for the newly formed CompanyC for the 1957-58 "Beta Birds" at
for all game birds and animals'' session. +r signed into law a bill that would BHS. From Monday until Fridaythe
National Guard rifle team, reports -
during the state wide hunting Bear (curs protected): One in a r automatically close any Florida that shows 23 new members reported
it already
season which November and season's bag. school which federal a teacher for one period and did
opens both day's bag k Cheer to troopsare
promise of becoming a high scor-
16, according to A. D. Aldrich. Panther: One in both day's and i sent in a racial emergency.The ing unit. odd jobs from blowing blackboards.up foot-On
balls to painting
Game and Fresh Water
season's bag. till was rushed through a I took in the I.
Fish The team part Friday the initiates painted theupstairs
special session of the Legislaturelast
Rabbits No limits.
Bag limits are as follows: : The bf Thord-Gray Trophy Match at hall.
month at the the
Geese: Two in day's bag and l height The following have success-
Buck deer: (with one or more controversy over President Eisr Camp Blanding on Nov. 3 ana
four in total possession. fully completed their initiationand
five-inch antlers): One in day'sbag 4. ( enhower's order sending Army was only 53 points below the experienced -
and two in season's bag. Ducks: Four in day's bag and r are now full-fleged membersof
paratroopers to escort Negro winning team from the Beta Club Dyal,
eight in total possession. Onlyone : Tommy
Turkey (either sex): Two in fi-Team
children into Central
day's wood duck permitted in : High Jacksonville. Fifteen unit rifle Judy Gandy, Yvonne Gaskins,
bag and three In season'sbag
School in Little Rock, Ark.
except in Hardee Manatee, day's bag, two in total po es- teams of the Florida National Frank Johnson, Charles Osborn,
I sion. hooded 4 Florida is the first state to put Barbara Bates, Ann Elder, John
Sarasota and DeSoto counties Only one merganser Guard participated.The .
in total such a law on its books. Green, Judy Kelley, Henry Hall
and permitted day's bag or
portions of Polk and Hills-
On Prior 'to signing the bill Gov. I. Thord-Gray Trophy was Charlene Hardy, Jim Hobbs,
five American
borough counties where both possession. Only C. (Billy) Broughton,
and red-breasted Collins said: "It has always been presented to the Florida National Helen Kelley, Brenda Martin,
day's and season's bag is limitedto mergansers son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
my feeling that no public free Guard for unit Mary Anges Matthews, Charlene
one. permitted in day's bag and 10 in Broughton of Graham, is enrolledin competition by
school has business Hardy, Ray Maxwell, Faye Maxwell -
total posiession. any being Major General I. Thord Gray, a
Quail: Ten in day's bag. No the U. S. Navy Hospital Corps
operated under circumstances of Patsy Nichols, Maurice
Marsh-hen: 15 rails and gal- School at Great Lakes, Ill. His retired officer of the British
-j'I violence and disorder beyond the Overstreet George Patten, :Mara
linules (except soras) in daily address is Wm. C. Broughton, has
control of local and state police Army, in the early 1930s. It Payne, Franklin Ritch, and Ter-
30 in total 5187460. USN Hospital
and HSHA
bag possession.Sora '
GAY'SHome authorities"The been completed for by various ry Futch.
rails 25 in both daily and Corps, School Class 20-57, Great
new law requires that any units of the National Guard and new officers for 1957-58
total Lakes, Ill.
AppliancesYour Coot: Ten in day's bag and ten school to which federalized Na- Florida State Guard since that are Stefanelli: Pat Hobbs, president; Elissa
president Joanne
in total possession. yyyyyyy..y..T TTT TTTTTT The B-squad cheerleaders who hate been enthusiastically urging tional Guard or Army troops are date. Wait, secretary: Virginia
Friendly sent must be immediately \closed -
Woodcock: Four in day's bag the junior team on to victory are (front to rear) Norma Jean Bell down. The school board is Members of Company C'a new Darby reporter; Betty Gaskins
and eight in total possession.Wild HIGHLAND rifle team are: CWO John C. parliamentarian
Norge Dealer Hogs: (taken in certain (captain), Pat Harper,.Betty Lou Wainwright, Kay Dennis and empowered, at the request of pa- Stephens, captain and firing

NQRGE, APPLIANCES wildlife Management areas): One By Mrs. Lacy Nonnaa Diane Firth. Susan Slade was absent when photo was made. The rents, to transfer any student to member, M. Sgt. Frank W. Dryden -
in and two in season's THE RIGHT POINT for the
days bag girls urged fans to support the B team"in.i its last two games, against another school in the county. SFC Jack W. Griffin, Sgt.
MAYTAQ WASHERS bag. Season's bag of four in UUl.AAAAA AAAAAAAA board the Hugh L. Hutson Pvt. Jack D. way you write. Come, In and I elect -
Camp Blanding Area. Lake City, there, on Nov. 12 and against Santa Fe, here on Nov. 19. reopen your favorite ESTERBROOK;
and Pfc. Freddie M
Marr school when it determines that Griffis
Mrs. Janie Knightenand Fountain
COLEMAN HEATERS and Dove not be taken until I Pen. TELEGRAPH
may at 7:30 _
Both begin p.m. ,
son of Charlotte, N. C. are games the emergency is over. Stephens scorer.
FLOOR FURNACESWe opening of second half of season 1
spending few days with her
November 28-December 29, when -
Service All MakesOf mother, Mrs. Ruth Marr, and '_',!tH' "
10 will be allowed in both daily ',, D .
friends. of Mrs. ';<;'. .j : l. -
Sunday guests ; .
Appliances bag and total possession. Snipe .
MalT were Mr. and Mrs. Berton
hunting season does not open until : ,. ',
Phone 10 December 14, when eight will Caruthers of Jacksonville. .
Edwin Griffis of South Florida
Starke, Florida be allowed in both daily bag and I -. .

total possession. I II I spent mother the, Mrs.weekend Callie here with Griffis.his r' AMERICA'S BIGGEST CA'R VALUE_.ON SALE TODAY ;

While here he was married to \ .
1 .
Miss Gloria Vanzant of Callahanon ; ':

Saturday, Nov. 9 in Georgia.She .
ia the daughter of Mr. and I.i : 1

This Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Calla- :
IA han.. NEW 1958 MERCURY

Mrs. Charles Mosely and Mr.

and Mrs. Floyd Norman and t

son, all of Jacksonville, spent
the weekend here with the L. M.

Normans.Mr. -

DO YOUR SHOPPINGAT and Mrs. Richard Sapp
and sons of Green Cove Springs
spent the weekend here with

the Lacey Normans.Mr. .

and Mrs. W. C. Hardee
HOME and children of Callahan attended
church here Sunday and Mrs. -rim' 1

Beedie ''Norman went home with

them to stay a week. 554 S'S S 555a (
(Quo of a series of timely messages George Winfred Wilkinsonwas
stelling uiiy, more than ever before licensed to-pTeach the Gos

this! Christmas you should do your shop pel here at the church last Sun- w

ping at HOME!) day night. We wish him Godspeed

1 in his work.

.. Mrs. Zettie Padgett Is spend. I
I ing a week in Baldwin with the

,!. Edwin Knights.
Don't forget Sunday School

and church. Everyone welcome. X :S S ;b k

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Mrs E. A. Sapp
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Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jeffery of .
: .
Moultrie, Ga. visited the Albert
Moodys from Wednesday till Sat- < ,s'1g

George Baker of Birmingham,

Ala., Miss Genevieve Bardin of W MM
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lacy Silcox manager, and Harold Pete Sapp of Palatka were week-

Glasgow: of the Hart Furniture Store in end guests of the E. A. Sapps. .

Starke. We are glad to have,Mrs. Annie
Schofield home again and feeling

better from her stay in the hospital -

at Columbus, Ga.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
You and home town merchants
your are Johns Jr. last Sunday afternoon

partners. If they prosper, you prosper, and included Mr. and and Mrs. Robert

the entire town prospers. If they go back- Dekle of Lake City,Mr. and Mrs.

ward, the town goes backwards, and event- Nelson Dekle and Mr. and Mrs. MOWN (above) ARE COLON PARK STATION WAGON; MONTEREY PHAETON COUPE; (center:: ) THE MONTCUUR PHAETON SEDAN.
Wayne Douglas, all of Jackson-
ually so do you. ville, and Freddie Johns of Norfolk ...

Va.Pliny .

When you spend money out of town for Mrs. Jeff Crews Roberts of Ft.of St.Myers Petersburg and- : % Only car to bring you Sports- Car Spirit

f articles you can find right here, the dollars spent Monday with the

you send away can never be used toward Ethan Sapps.Mr. .
t the growth of this community. Keep thatin and Mrs. Fowler Wilson and : -;"!
mind when you start out to do your granddaughter, Susan of Lake with Limousine Re d ,

Christmas shopping this year. land of Wildwood, and Mrs.visited Lettie'Miss Hucklesby Ida Mer- F> kt.i\. . e.**_;:t. ; :J

and .< '. ." ".
ritt Sunday night Monday.Mrs. : \' :> / .
I is enjoying ': : ?
When you spend your money out of town, several. Edna days visit Lavender with her daughter : I r, : Mercury introduces the year's biggest ANNOUNCING AN ENTIRELY NEW FAMILY OF MARAUDER, ,', ,-.-'

or buy from mail order houses, your money Mrs. Lena Cook in Jackson ,. advance combination ENGINES WITH UNIQUE COOL-POWER DESIGN.: The'great J'c r ; .
In car performance engineering advances of'Cool-Po'wer" Design include new !
never back. vill e. .
of the superb control and handling In-block Combustion, Water-flow Intake,Manifold, 3stagoCooling ': .....

........ ...... and Cool-head Valves. Power and fuel once lost to -'"

Money spent at home stays at home, it continues ease of a sports, carplus the room, ride, heat and friction are.put to work' for you.There are three new t.. ,'. ( }
PINE LEVELMrs. Marauder V-8's with 312, 330 and 360' hp. They are all 1" r : .;
to circulate, and eventually some of and comfort of a limousine teamed with axle : ;, ', "
it back j a new high-economy rear to give you more ., .;,) "
comes to you. The dollars you send H. M. MCRaeLAALALALLAALLLALLLLAAAAL power, more mileage from less fuel. : -" :
away are never seen again. 1 ;. 4 SERIES OF MERCURYS TO CHOOSE FROM IN '58. PRICES :


Rev. Hall preached at the t":; 5 models within'easy reach of buyers of low-priced cars. For DRIVING AIDS. Mercury continues its leadershipnot only in .'-,

Your local merchants are here to stay. They church Sunday morning with a ;,-, only a few dollars more, Mercury's six Montclairs give you styling, but in features. For example, new Super-Safc self- '- _: :

chose to locate here because they believe in large attendance and with Mrs. :. L' ; many additional luxury features. There's a choice of six ,adjusting brakes. New ,Multi-Drive Merc.O- Jatic in the' '';: '''

our future and are trying to help make it Hall left after services for Hil- f1 ,station wagon models in 3 price ranges. For magnificence Park Lane series. And you can getieature3like a Speedlimit'Safety .. .

g what it should be. They are not here for a liard where he was called to .. : unlimited, there"are 3 models in the entirely new1>ark Lane Monitor, automatic power lubrication, and, many "; ::. ,.r'-:".

quick "clean up" but stand behind conduct a funeral. at Buford ; '", series. And, even here, prices are surprisingly modest. ottiers. We invite you to attend the first showing. '. f",
every Brother .
Church. .
Grove Baptist -.t.iI
transaction ,
you with them. Roman Alvarez "preached, for: us .". 5 i t -

This break.year,Shop give your their home stores town and see merchantsa if you Sunday all children:Mr.of and Jacksonville night.and Mrs.Miss A.,Gloria F.were Hall Barry dinner and, r THE BIG M "'m' 1955MERCU V

cannot fill your needs right here at home. guests of Mrs. Hall's parentslast ..

Mrs.Sunday.T. N. Norman and son

Gerald and Jo Allen Sapp, all McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORS

1 of Heilbronn, and Mr. and Mrs

TRY STARKE STORES FIRST! Robert Taylor and children of
Olustee and others visited the
Court &, Jefferson Sts. Starke Florida
H. M. McRaes Thursday nightof Phone 447I

last week.

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sal 6:30: p.m. Chancel Choir rehearsal _.Y..YYYYYYYYYYYYYTWYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYyyyyt to meet with the Bethel Choir and Sanford. giving celebration.' The annual
7:30 p.m. sing Sunday Mrs. Effie Palmore Mrs. Maude Ellerson Magee is sermon will be delivered'by 'Rev.
Friday, 7 p.m., annual birthday NEWS OF INTEREST TO; COLkRED of'Gainesville will be in charge. a regular subscriber to the Brad Roosevelt Dell Jr., ,Paster,'of

dinner of the Young: Adult Sunday CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY The final rehearsal will be at 7:30 ford County Telegraph. She can Trinity Methodist Church St. Aug

.CHURCH NEWS School Class.Presbyterian. Thursday night. Mother Sophia be in New York, Chicago or California ustine. All men.bers are asked to

'By Ozora J. ShelliAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Royal is General Chairman of but she receives her Tele- attend the meeting on Monday,

ChurchFriday the program. graph. She .will ,leave Starke Friday Nov. 25, so the ,program xanie

.j n Allen Chapel A..,M. E. .Church, for Hobe Sound FJa.: where completed and ,plans l made for the

Adult,Choir practice, Called Je4ing: t ':,White And members of the social Rev. L. A. Sampson ,Pastor, will she,will reside', among the coconuts turnout. E. Shell, reporter.
At The Tabernacle Methodist ChurchThis 8 p. m. There wiU be an Important committee served delicious refreshments hold 'regular ,service on Sunday in sandy land for several months. Social Saving Club

Sunday:-.Church Scbool for all meeting, of, .the American: jLegion ,free. Eddie ThompPrincipal starting with Sunday School at During the summer she will return -i Regu meeting win ,be held,bn

Last Saturday evening at the Sunday .will be Homecom ages, 9:45.: Morning Worship Ser Auxiliary, Post 314 at RJE High kins.. Mrs. Marion Dell, 10 a. jn.,Supt. Irene Thomas in to New York City. Our hat I Monday. This group attended, the

c(' cfusion of the Y. F. C. meeting ing. at;our church. vice, "Living Sensibly," 11 a. m.; School. All members are urgedto President, E. M. Kennedy, Re- charge. Morning Worship at 11 a. is off to you "Maude" for being funeral of the late Matthew. Mc-

in the Tabernacle, ,members] ,attended Sunday School, 9:45: am. :Morning Senior, High Youth .Rally First attend business, of.vital importance porter' m. Service will last for one hour. such ,a loyal citizen of 'Starke: Neil and- paid tribute to the deceased -

the youth meeting in the ; Worship, 11 a.m. Rev. T. .G.: Presbyterian Church, Gainesville, jnust be transacted. Mrs Thurston School News On'"last.Sunday the pastor gave "Home News First'. We hope you in a beautiful resolution

armory, conducted by M. Mitchell, former ,minister of the 2 p. m.; Pioneer Fellowship, 6 p. Pauline Marshall.Presideni of!the ,The .regular meeting of the inspiring instructions on Christian enjoy your work on the East which was made by Mrs. W.

Brackman Jr. and a group t'l church will bring the message m.; Evening Worship Service, Fourth,Division,,has important Thurston School PTA will be held Duty Leadership and Obligationsto Coast and that you hurry back to Brooks. He was 'the husband :of

young people fr m ,Clearwater. He is now serving the Colleg 'Christian Marriage," 7:30 p, m, message for, you .concerning the on Monday, Nov. 18; at 7:30: p. the Church with special reference Central Florida. the President of the Club. Many

Sunday morning a spiritual, Heights Methodist Church in Tuesday Starke Social Clubs Mid-Winter Conference which will m. Mrs. ,Louisa Brown, President, to Trustee Day ,which was Sons And DaughtersA flowers, kind words,' food? ahd

message was brought by the spon- Lakeland. Following the morning Presbyterian Recreation Hall, 7:30p. be held in Defend l Nov.. 3.2.It. will,be in charge. All members are being:observed. The pastor thanked special meeting will be held other beautiful expressions were

sor from the Book of Psalms, and service a basket dinner will be m. is. time. for. the, Christmas" Joy.' Boxes asked to be present as there is all members present for their: at Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church given by friends for which' our

a musical program was presented served in the fellowship hall. tog to. the, hospitals.-- -All- mera- businessof, vital importance to betransacted.We service and cooperation and en-' on Sunday at 2 p. m., accordingto president and family are ,deeply
In the evening on piano and or Utensils, bread, and drink will be Wednesday Men of Church r" ,are 'asked- to cooperate. : must make plans listed their continued support. Supervisor A. R. Randolph. grateful. Among the out of town

gan. F. L. Sacher of Park of the furnished. supper meeting, 7 p..m. Donation* DayNovember for our Thanksgiving Party. Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. It. J. Washingtonare Plans must be complett'd'for the : persons attending 'the 'funeral

Palms gave an interesting account i Sunday afternoon at 6:15, Thursday Junior Choir practice ; : 21st. will, ,be' ,"D X S. PricePrincipal, D. B..Jackson now residing In Greenville. annual meeting that will be held were Deacon C. H. R yal, 'Mr and ,

of the ,Gideon meeting in Dine-A-Mite for the Senior and 3:30 p.m.Lutheran. nation: Day' at .Florida.Npnnal..& ,Reporter.) Rev. Washington is still ill and soon. Delegates must be selected. Mrs. W. F. Royal, D. Ale*an-

Miami last week, when 88 tons of MYF Intermediate MYF and,business followed meet-by Industrial: Memorial College, $t. Veterans,Day unable .to assume !!active duty in Sister Lena Timmons, Secretary. der of Phila.. Mr. 'and Mrs. j .tk
worship I observed in allot All members of 641 are asked to Lee, Lillie Bertha, Garvey John
Bibles were dedicated for place at 6:45.'Evening: Services Augustine. According to Mra. .isgaywaa the church. Sister Washington is
ment in hotels and motels in the Worship, 7:30 p.m. We Sarah Jenkins, President of ',the the schools.. There was no,holiday asking all of their former members please be present and on time. son and Mr. and" Mrs. Harris of

Miami area. are fortunate to have Dr. D. L. 122. E. Washington St. Missionary Society all memberS in Bradford .County. Some members and friends to remember Masonic Rev. A. R. Randolph supervisor. Fort Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. ''HoUkhof

A Thanksgiving program will Scudder, head of the Religion Department Regular services will be held I and friends are asked.to give, canned of ,American Legion Post them in prayers and'other expressions MeetingThe Deland, and Mr. and Mrs. E, \

be,presented,at .the Tabernacle of the University of at 7:30, Sunday evening, ,at our foods. Rev ..Wilson asking 314 visited schools in uniformsThe when possible. regular monthly meetingwas Lawrence of Daytona Beach anda
Tuesday evening Nov. in Scud- members to can of Boy. Scouts held an impressive School Patrol held of Morning Star Lode school bus load and dozens of
26 in order Florida, our pulpit. Dr. new location, 122 E. WashingtonStreet all bring a Saftey
not to conflict with the Union der served our church in a tern (near Walnut Street) tomatoes to Church next Sunday ceremony under the leadership ,Installation ceremonies of the 26 at the hall on Monday with cars from Jacksonville. The family

Thanksgiving, service on Thanksgiving porary capacity a couple of years' The Rev. Myron G. Mader, pas starting. with Sunday School an4all !! of Scoutmaster B. T. Mar. Safety Patrol of RJE.will be held MWM Damon Dell in charge. will pray that God will bless
morning. ago. 'I tor of The First Lutheran Churchof I I the services' throughout the shall. Scout Meeting is held each in the cafetorium of RJE on Wed Plans were made for the Thanks I you all.ALVAREZ' .

,Monday, Y p.m., regular Methodist -;I Ocala, will conduct .the I day. We must give to our Church Wednesday night at RJE. Mem. nesday, Nov. 20 at 9:30: a. m. '1.ff 1.

IA\\'TEY CHURCH OF CHRIST Men's dinner meeting in Fellowship services.All School as It is a first essential of fcership is still'open. Boys of good during the chapel period. The ;

(presently meeting in City Hall) I Hall. persons without .a home! Christianity. Special Thanksgiving clean character from 11 years up !'Ue&ts.of,honor will include: Mayor !len'8.Clothing

,Sunday-,-Bible study, 10 a. m., Tuesday, 10 ,a.m. Methodist church are invited to attend.i i Services will be' held at ,the Coi- may join.-Charles- Covington, Re W. T. 'Jackson, Chief of Police II I STORE 'Established 1894

worship, ,11 a. m.EveningYoung. WSCS will meet In' Fellowship lege on this day, next Thursday porter.. Thornton and Rev. A. R. 'Rand

people's"Bible Hall for program and business St., 'Episcopal All, members of Starke and Bradford Church News olph. The Safety Patrol was organized
study, 7; preaching, 7:30.: meeting. County are invited to attend. New Bethel Baptist Church, to meet the need for assistance
Wednesday-Bibte! study, 7:3tt: 3:30 Her. Raymond! 4S. MacBlaln Education k Rev. A. Vinson in various safety problems -
Wednesday, : p.m., Story American Pastor, held Or*
p.m.Radio Hour for young people, age 6-12. Sunday Services-9:45: a.m., November ;10 to 16 Iii, being dination Service Sunday night and at the school. The .following 'Madison Street Baptist ChurchPresently

: Programstation' Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. Church School; 11:00 am, Morn celebrated across',the Nation. The addedto their Deacon Staff: Dea. students are members of the Pa- I
WRGR, Monday, 6:3.0: a. m. Thursday Youth Choir rehearThat's ing Prayer,and Sermon. trol Group: .Captains .B. T. Marshall
Schools of Bradford County are con Dan Hankerson and Deacon
Holy Communion-First Sun-i _._ __ .. .. ,Jr. and ,Robert-Ellerson ( Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.; )
conducting "open House" to aii !:Elmer R. Shell. Both of these men ,
lay, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday
{parents and friends. They are are officers in the Sunday Schoolof Lieutenants Vernon Tyson, Clinton Good Forceful
Singing PreachingEACH
f:30 a.m.Wednesday7O0 -
iiiv i Our Business Choir asking you to come and visit the which Deacon Saul Hankersonis Tyson and James Wanton;

'3t10I1 p.m., Schools. On Wednesday and Superintendent. Women's Day: Patrolmen Edward ,Lee Parks, LORD'S DAY
7:45 and
If It's Glass We Have Itl! Practice; p.m., Litany
Wallace Neil ,Herschell ,
4 Sible 'Thursday a radio broadcast was will be observed all day at the Bryant,
CALL WRITE or VISIT Study. Dan Clark,.Earl Lester .Williams, ,
Other andservices presented at RJE on the theme: Church starting with Sunday
innouncement.meetings by "An Educated People Moves Freedom School at 9:30: Sister Ozora Shell, ,Elmo Clark, i Lewis Mabry and 'Sunday School ___________________,,_ 9:45 A.M. .:

Joe Peters Glass Co. Forward." The cast included: Acting Supt. The lesson will be reviewed -,Benjamin ,Hankerson .An invita I Morning Worship __________.;;.._..31:00 ilL

BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Jimmie Scott, Emma,Louise Kel- by <<;ister Irene Jelson tion is extended to the 'general

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Rev. C. Bruce Stallings, pastor ly, Gernell Lewis, Mary Johnson, teacher of Special Education at; public: to attend these.ceremonies. Training Union _______________________ 6:15 'P.M. '

We Design Modern Store Fronts Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn- Marv Alice Roberts. John Givens, WE. The evening guest speakerwill .Sponsors: J.,D. Greene and M. J: Evening Worship _____________________ 7:30 P.M.

Just Mail Us A Pattern for ing worship, 11 a. m.; training William Reddish, Mildred Heath. be Miss A. B. Anderson, White. Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 ,P.M.
Table I union 7 p. m.; evening worship Fannie Morris J. D. Greene and teacher of ,First Grade at Anderson -, Little Miss Yvonne Jones cele.
8 p. m. Supervisor Shell. We are deeply Junior High 'Lawtey. She, 'brated i her 9th birthday recently
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 24353 Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, grateful to Radio Station,WRGR, will be introduced by Sister Mau with friends at a party given by Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial Invitation

S 8 p. m Starke for giving us time to doa rice White. The reporting of the. her parents. ,Persons assisting in To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church

re-broadcast of the program Captains which represent the 48 serving,the delicious refreshmentswere
.:= SEVEN!H DAY that was presented at RJE. States of the Union will be the : Mesdames Mildred Griffin Nursery open for all services Room for all.

ADVENTIST CHURCH RJE P. T. A. News highlight of" the day. What State and .Leola Wilson.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Services each Sabbath In the On Wednesday, Nov. 6, ,a very and Captain ,will )bethe. Winner?, Mrs. Gussie Mae Jones Mildred REV. JACK H. MABRY, JR., PastorP.
home of S. N. Brown across from successful PTA Meetine was held Come out and make this a joyful Griffin, Columbus Chambers and

Bethel Baptist Church east of in the cafetorium of the Schor' I day. ,All women who sing in var- children recently visited their mother T. NOUN, Supt. Sunday School

,, FLORIDA Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m with a large group in attendance.Mrs. I Otis Choirs in the city are asked sister and other relatives in .
Bible Study each Wednesday,
Marion Dell President encouraged 1
REV. 7:30 m.-Arden Mote, pastor. .
LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor p. the parents to continue

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town EVERGREEN to support the program. The following -
Phones Office 234 Pastorium BAPTIST CHURCH made good re-
Orts: Finance, Student Problems,
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching 58 D
Social or ,Refreshments and Pro ,
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. is here
Sucday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. gram. :Mrs.. Pierce. Chairman of now.
m. Preaching 7:3a p. m. Prayer ,
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. the program, presented r film. .
The students are also enjoying the

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.\ HAMPTON Testaments given them. by this I

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH CHRISTIAN CHURCH group. The next regular meeting t1t r nothing newer in the'world With all!bath neW

a Christian Endeavor Friday, 7:30 will be held here on Wedne-

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 ,Sunday. 'p.E m. Bible Study, Wednesday,, 'day, Dec. 4. Bus rvice will be 1 foraworldofdifferenceThere's .
.1 -iiYov'H
7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship given of the PTA. Mrs. 1w V-8 Power-MW Cruhe0MafcDrivtH .
courtesy Md
styling-new Interceptor
11 a. m. Evening Worship,! rid in o nw world of fashion with Ford1''
c 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. mHEILBRONN > w Ford-Airt', : Suspension' I! The 58 Ford is the Dirty car ever to meet aW.wileslid 4Mp-s tilpturd styling.From new Power-How! hood to..
St. Edward's Church Safty-Twii.taillightt. Ford worlds-ahead styling ii
; win world-wife tffriiral before its public preniert! "-i' oniousITher.sonewShptrmroof.! .1 ...
MISSIONARY Sculptured rear deck that out,of this world.Y .
st. Edward's Starke I
:, Spnday
BAPTIST CHURCH You could search the world and never f find a car to ;
.,,1I bo ahead with Ford's niw Interceptor V4
Sunday SchoO 10 a. m. Mon Mass, 9::30 a. m. Holyday Masses;
match this 58 Ford's ne\f.beauty new power new and Precisl.il Fuel Inddion.Giy.i you up to 300 hp::
HUNDREDS ing Worship, 11 a. m. EveninfWorship 6:30 and 8:30 a. m. Catechism ride all at the low Ford price.'We know! We tried itl! Smoother'. power.. more power...from hit gas I The'
Class for children
7:30: p. m. ,Training every secret it Precision Fuel Induction a new carburehOA,
Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid 9:30: a. m. ,In Paris .". the most style-conscious fashion critics in the fuel feeding and combustion s'st.m.. at

of details' are managed and economic Week Prayer Meeting, Wednes St. William's, Keystone world had a deep, low bow for Ford's latest style creation. In Yoalt gel lip lo 15% more gas savings with ..t."'
ally attended that only trained day 7:30: p.m. Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto the mighty Himalayas,Ford's new Interceptor V-8 enginewith Cruise-O-Matic Drive teamed with the new Interceptor1
careful a and St. William sign Sunday MassApri1Octobe'r Precision Fuel Induction won the day! V8.New Dl position, used for normal driving lets pa.r t
organization can attend when NORTH SIDE ( ) 8:15: a. m.; (NO- move smoothly-with, o touch of your toe-from solid-11 I
the urgent need for serving is at BAPTIST CHURCH vember-March) 11 a. m. on 1st, Then there's nothing newer than the true air ride of Ford- feeling take,offs right up to highway cruising speeds.1

hand. Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng 3rd, 5th Sundays; 8:15: on 2nd Aire Suspension. It's riding on a cloud! But, you don'thave Yo.1l ride on a dead Instead of a spring wIth
S Worship, 11 a. m. Training and 4th Sundays. Holyday Mass, to go,to foreign soil to,drive ibis newest Ford. Well Ford-Air Suspension.This is the/ way you've dreamed'

Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor: i 7:30 a. m. Confessions before all gladly save you the trip.: Come in today! 4 of driving-floating on art; Four air pillows literally
a ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Masses. U soak up any sign of a bump. Car rel.vels every time

DeWITT C. JONES Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone From. London to Bangk k ...the whole world loved it! someone gets in..or luggaqe is loaded. .

Phone 7 Starke Fla. welcome.- E. C. Harvey, pastor You'll slw with a feather touch with Ford's stew
First Christian church ,The 58 Ford stopped traffic in Trafalgar Square when it passed i MO&c-CIrcle Steering. Nothing rolls tike a boll'o ld
Funeral Director Ambulance HIGHLAND through on its round-th ,trip.And that was typical of the that the secret of) Ford's handling ease. Fae-moving
Service BAPTIST CHURCH Morning worship, 11 a.m. excitement this Ford caused in Paris .-Rome Athens .'. steel bolls in the steering gear are virtually friction-
Out local funeral home uxabiM m to otter oonr-riencej and Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor Istanbul .. Calcutta. .,. and Bangkok For this Ford was proved free-give you the closest thing yet to power steering I
School 9:45
errlcaa not ctherwiM available. Sunday a. m. Sunday School 10 a.m. around the world in the toughest? "shakedown" cruise in history.
Morning Worship 11 a. m. and Your night driving is safer with Ford's Saf.ry.Twla
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each p.m. I ,Moodfighr.You let safety you.limply can't ;st.wit
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"LjxgT-puuL-PL-p-f j f r-f-jwujULjMi 1 4 Wednesday, 7:30 p. In. Rev. Wednesday Prayer Meeting) ., single lights, ..special ,light for,high beam :.'. special
We runuaa. the hlghMt 7:30: p.m. flrYLJ.f. fight for low. H's the biggest advance since the sealedbeoml !
type cervie
at price, and George Chism pastor. Everybody IfMCW: NOTHlNt NCWtft IN THi W0AU Of .
accept ANT life Insurance Adult Choir practice, 6:45 p.m. :; ; Its high style too. i
policy In force, Issued by ANTcompany welcome. '' .
Wednesday. :: S. I
a* payment in part or In full on a funeraL .. ." t--. .
Ladies Council, 1st and 3rd Inst WMOU WOKlO KIMS SMAllfRevrm i h
Consultation carries no obllgatlan. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST J .: I
Tuesday V4eL1' 'io...
nights.Everybody woe* NEW twnACEfTefc v-b ,, .1. /
welcome to each I Idj$4. I
Services each Sunday in old service. J
Masonic Hall on :E:. Call St. Sun { .; : .

,., day School 10 a. m. Sacrament \ ; *f? Jir'3'T** '*it5'' A .. .. .
1'IOtECTIOI Service 6-:30: p. m. Everyone wel) CHURCH UF GOD v

JCC.' '"" .- come. Sunday School, '10 a. m. MornIng ti: ,,
'A ,
iiif'fnYOU1 Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday ,, ., .v f
]I'! PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE S. .5, :' /', S ',

: CHURCH Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. : ; : : .. ': .::1:'. '/ .
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning
Prayer Meeting
Friday 7:45
m.1 ': ,.
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange- .4rAt' '.5
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listic services, 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. 'Morning 1' .. ,,

( Throughout the hunt 7:30 Wednesday m. Prayer Meeting Worship, 11 a. m. YPE SerVice 5'. "'.s .S., tV ,

Icfdf "--" need p. Saturday, 7:30 p. m. ., ,
the protection of 'accident NEW RIVER LAKE :! ,, .,

insuronct. BAPTIST CHURCH I:
'- "American's" Travel Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- Su-iday School 9:45-aJn. Morn S 4
: Protector Policy pays ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv. .
ing Worship '11 a.m. Evening I C 4 4$. t il '
I for dismemberment *'e. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting ead Service 7:30'p.D1. ,Prayer.Meetfey. C 'S, s. 4- .- "dx'T

z1 t : and medical expenses Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. each Wednesday 7:30 pan. Everyone 'frS I '

): in case of on accident welcome.-Rev. H. 'H. Mott 1' ,, -. I
.- . / ,, ., .
/ i7 and payment to your family CHURCH OF CHRISTC. pastor. J '. ,_ .
ic ( L. Overturf Jr. ,. ,. .
for loss of life. Get this Minister ,J j I
i. 24-hour-a-day protection for Sunday Sunday School, 10a. GRAHAM; :: .', .. .. 441,: ,INS***UtiMfoMSt.itmart J
{ m.. morning service 11 1 -- 4 H ..,.*.. "-
41 :U J': one day or for the entire a. .BL, BAPTIST, CHURCH .: Foirlan50atsks1fc .
(ftS ''I 1j hunting season. evening service, 6:30 p. m. Sunday school, 10a. in. 'iteming S'I trying'col*, toM'I .-*.. "
'1 (I Wednesday. Bible study, 7:30 ,Worship, 11 ,a. .m. !Training (Qrfivinq.o1ICOME

.."'fRJrf, p. m. Union, 6:30: p. m, Evening Worship THkCARJHAiWASPROYEDANdAPPROYEDAROUND"THEWORiDI

7:30 p. m- Rev. W.. O. 1i ..._. SEE : ; : : : .;
Collins, Sr., pastor.

i HAROLD C. %WALL AGENCY ASSEMBLY. M. Osborne OF GODG. Pastor AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH- t.4:_ Andrews nfl efo'f'C; :

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mom- Sunday School: a. m.; Morning ;

"INSURANCE- ,SPECIALISTS" ing Worship, 11 a. m.,Evangelistic Worship 11 .a.. m. Training ,
200 E/Call Stret '
phone 145 Service,' 7:45 p. m. Thursday Union 6:45, p. m. EvenJng Worship .
Night: Call flkrrRabb, Js36. weekly prayer service. Invitation 7:30 p. m. ,Midweek Prayer'

Stark; Florida extended to ,everyone.( Service Wednesday '7:30:1). J1!. wi ;MADISON;AND AD.ujS.STS. ..,_ ; PHONE 118, r- .. ," ., STARKE, FL!.,
I I EYeryone-welcome. : '
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Tt TTTTTT?(T'T T T T T T T TT TTVIAWTEY ner of Jacksonville visited the Alvarez of Starke. Mrs. Jimmie Crawford enter- ?iOTCETO. CREDITORS County of Bradford State of Fla. AOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I which is li.e" :.i day of D,. TO'..rt
t. >r...wa t.1e. Unless such certificate certi. _TAIDEEDSee. 1957. .
Dave Tanners or I
on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson tained with honoring I
birthday party
a I. The Court Of The County Jodge.. ficates shall be redeemed according 104.16. F.S. Dated this 29 ,day of Ovlu.ejr. ,
The Noon Bradley family and Mrs. Katie Padgett, and Miss her son Mike. Those'.enjoy "Bradford (...tr. .FI.rI., .. to law the property -described ,in Notice is hereby given. that T. J.:, 195 j. ,
Luke Bradley! of Starke spent Mary Wilkerson visited Mr. and this affair .!..Prelate. such certificate or, certificates writ 'Alderman the holder of the follow-: (Official' Seal) Charles:A... Darby.
ing delightful were
In re: Estate of George W. Mosley, .be sold to the highest bidder at the ing certificates has filed said certificates -, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford;
I By Mrs. Joyce T. Fetch" 1 Sunday with the Allan Harts. Mrs. Robert Carter at Clay Hill Ruth, Janet, Danny and Vernon Deceased. I court house door on the first Monday for a tax deed to be issued: County. Florida.; *," UIt 11,22:
It Mrs. Martha Bales and Mrs. on Sunday.J. Glisson, of Starke, Vanice Rosier Ta All Creditor sad Person Having in Month of December, 1957, thereon. The certificate numbers -
' & Claim or Draand Ajcalant which is the 2 day of Pec.. 1J57.'Dated \ I and years of issuance, the description t
AAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAaAAAAa M ae.Weils were shopping in Jack- B. Kirkland and ,family and Lamar Priest and Irene and Iris laid :Estate 4' : this 29 day of Oct., 1957. I of the property, and the namesin LIVE BAIT'
\ Mr. wiville on Monday. Mike and Burnett Sauls of Starke Hart. Too and 'ea h of" you are hereby (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, which it was assessed are as fol-
and Mrs :
A. E. had
Massey notified and .required to present Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford lows:
\ 'as weekend guests' their sons Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Rosier and spent Sunday afternoon with- the The Rowell Prevatt family .'aqy,claims and deriaads which you County,, Florida. Certificate No. 41; Year of Issuance FOR, .SALE', > '

Daniel, of Naples, and Wayne of family had as weekend guest their A. C. Kirklands.. spent Friday night with .Mr..'and or either estate' of of.you.George may W.have.Moeley againstthe de 11/1 4t 11/2: Description, 1953. of Property: Lot 2 & ..!
'Fort Gordon Ga. They with Mr. grandmother, Mrs. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffia and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt in Jackson- ceased. late of said County to the E 2 ft. of Lot 3' Blk Livingston SHINERSSTRICKLAND'S- 1.50Perpnz; 'il
I Jacksonville.Miss County Judge of Bradford COunty NOTICE, OF APPLICATION FORTX Truby &' Co. SID of NEV of NE!4 .
and Curtis and Daivd Johns ville. On all .* .
and spent Saturday they
Mrs. Edward Lee Massey and Florida, athis office in the courthouse DEF.IJS.e. Sec 28 T 68 R 22 E. :110. MINNOWS-501\ ;Doi;
J family and Miss Sophia Adkins of Glorida. Wijkerson of Jack- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.Clyde to Georgia to visit the Frank Pre- of said County at Starke, 194.16 F.!. Name In"hich'assessed: Iola Lit
Notice is hereby that T. J. -
within given
Heilbronn din- sonville was the weekend pue'.tof ,Griffis in Macclenny. vatts and Raymond Prevatt. On Florida eight. calendar Alderman, the holder of following tle. '
enjoyed a family : months from the time of the first ithe All of said property being in the :
ner on Sunday. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. King visited their return trip they stopped at ..publication of this notice. Each certificates has filed said County of Bradford, State ,of Fla.! '
nett Wilkerson. White claim or demand shall be in writing certificates for a tax deed to be Unless such .certificate or cer.tificates LANDING
to view
her ,
mother. Mrs. Leonard Springs Stephen
Mrs. George Roberts Mrs. Hu- and shall state the place of residence issued thereon. The certificate shall be redeemed accord:
bert ? Mr. and :Mrs. James Wainwrightand and new baby brother in Starkeon Foster Memorial. and post office address of numbers and years of issuance the ing to law the described KINGSLEY LAKE
Priest and Lamar Priest were :the claimant and shall be description of the property and the
twins visited Mr. and Mrs. sworn in such certificate or certificates'
I Monday.Mr. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Chopping in 'Jacksonville last Mon- ;to by the claimant his agent, or names in which it was assessed are will be sold to the highest bidder Phone 2551- Starke( --
Herman Thomas at Baylesa High- and Mrs. Laurie Carter Leonard Prevatt were Mr. and i attorney and any such claim or as follows: at the court house door on the first!L I .
day.Mr. way on Sunday. and sons of Jacksonville were Mrs John Moody of Graham and ;demand not so ,filed shall be void. Certificate No. 36; Year of Issuance Monday in Month of December 1957 I & ... .. -':
8/ Charles M. Schmitt as administrators -
and -
Preston Green 1953.Description
Miss Carolyn Norman wasbrought Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gad Griffis of f the Estate of George I of Property: 1 lot as
have returned to their home aftera to her home from St. Mrs. Starke.Mr. ,,1\'. ;deceased. i described in Deed Book 52 page ROUND AND :
I Norman and family. First publication November; 8, 1957. 809., Sec. 2:. T. 6 S. R: :!2 E. SQUARE
vacation trip to New Orleans, Luke's Hospital on Friday where Mrs: L. E. Knight and daughter and Mrs. ,Wilford Dinkinsof t 1111 4t 11/29 'tame in 'which' assessed: Horace
La.. Biloxi Miss., Sylva N. C., I .Calbert.All : .
she had been a patient since she
Linda, Sanford weekend EVERY FRIDAY &SATURDAY NIGHTMusic1
Boaz were Saturday guestsof I guestsof NOTICE TO APPEARla of said property being in the
Ala., Valdosta, Ga., Madison and her mother were in an auto- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jones in the Roy Griffis family.Mr. Clremlt Court. Bradford Canty, County of Bradford, State of Fla. 1 .. .
and Chipley, Fl a.. Florida la Unless such certificate certificates By' r oJ t -
mobile accident about ten days Fernandina.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell i Ckaarery. or .
J. B. Rivers Plaintiff, vs. Wilma shall be redeemed according '
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had ago.Miss and Mrs. O. J. Boyette of and family of Jacksonville were Rivers Defendant. to law the property described In Big, Chief Willis and: HU.Little \IndiansSAILORS' "
*s guests during the weekend Mr. Renee Williams of Jack- '.' Case No. 12-437 such, certificate or ,eertlfi'ates"i11
Valdosta Sunday of
and Mrs. Raymond Williams -j guests Mr. and Mrs. Notice To AppearTo be sold to the highest bidder at the '
and Mrs. Truman Norman of sonville was the Sunday dinner of Jacksonville were week- Bill Dobbs I I. ? Wilma Rivers whose residence court house'door on the first Monday -.. SNACK BAR :
of Misses Patricia and address is: Unknown. in Month of December, :
and 1957
Heilbronn. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pre- guest Judy end guests of Mr .and Mrs. Ed Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and chil-
You are hereby, notified that a which is the 2 day of Dec., 1957.
vatt and family of Ocala, and Padgett. Durban and sons dren of Jacksonville spent 'the suit for divorce ha1 keen filed Dated this 29 day "of Oct.. 1957.
Mrs. L. H. Harper and daughterof Mrs .Myrtice Bell and familyof weekend with her parents Mr.,and against you In the above' 'named (Official Seal) Charles A.. Darby :MAMA :MO'S PLACE
Maxville visited Miss Gloria Anderson spent the Court and cause and you are required Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- er. n. ...
Kingsley Lake. Starlingon weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mrs. O. J. Anders. Mrs. Sam to serve a copy Of your'answer .ford County, Florida. Kingsley Lake .I..

Rudolph Prevatt of Washington. Clifton Sunday. of Jacksonvillecame Barrett of the State Farm. Hicks and Jeffrey returned to on the or,Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the coinplalnt, 11/1" 4t 11/22: I I .

D. C. was a recent visitor at the Mosley Jacksonville with them ,for a ,visit E. K. Ferryman'Starke, Florida .. I:
to see his father, George Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson and file 'the original'in the office .'
with Mrs.
home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. .. Jimmy Hogan.
-- Clerk Circuit .. ,
Mo \ey\ and brotners, Larry ana visited Mr. and Mrs. Shad Thompson .of the of the -Courton I t :
Leonard Prevatt. I Mr. and Mra. Percy Griffis and or before the 9 day"of December, .
Mr. George on Sunday evening. in Lake Butler on Tuesday. daughter Minnie 1957; otherwise the allegations of t-, :
and Mrs. G. W. Roberts via- Lee spent Sunday said Complaint will be taken f'I I
Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright and Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkersonhad I with Mr. as .
Ited their son, George and family and Mrs. Tex Wil- confessed by you.
in Gainesville on Sunday. son Michael, of Avon Park visited as guests during the weekend: son and. family in. Indian River ..This notice shall be ,published I
1 j the R. J. Cormvalls and Mr. and once each week'for four consecutive .
her mother Mrs. Leona Edwardson
Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville weeks In. .the Bradford County Tele-
and Mrs. B. B. Morris of Jacksonville. City.Freddy graph. ; ,
was the weekend guest of her Sunday Monday.: I Moore spent Thursdayand
Dated this 6' day .of Nov.. 1957.
parents the H. C. Harleys. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Casque of Friday with Mr. and Mrs S. (OFFICIAL:.4iI4AL) ,
Miss Jacksonville!' visited L. C. D. Andrews in Wildwood.Mr. Charles A. Darby. ,
Roaa! Mary Manning spent daughters spent the weekend at Gasque Clerk of the Circuit Court 3r I
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Crystal River. and Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp on and Mrs. Burney Dobbs and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk l

Russell David in Starke. Sunday.Mr. ,daughter.of. Ja onv.iUe..and the ..,11/8 4t. 11/29 .
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest hada ............. 1
Mrs. R. W. Mosley Jr. has returned joint birthday dinner on Sun and Mrs. Robert I Carlton Dobbs' granddaughter and her ,NOTICE. ,.iI', APPLICVTIOJf .FOR '
from visit with her and sons of Jacksonville spent baby son of ,Tallahassee TAX DEED
a parents day for their son, Lamar and were 5ee.1I16. P.!. 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Hughey, nephew Joe Allinder. of Lake Saturday with hit. and Mrs. Quincy Sunday guests of the Arlie Dobbs. Notice is hereby given that T. J.
in Orlando. Rosier. Mr. and Mrs. Harold I Alderman the holder of the fol-
Guests included Mr. and I
lowing certificates has filed said WITH EVERY
Rev. and Mrs. H. J. WilliamsOf Mrs. Ernest,Williams and son Ed- Friends of Edwin (Frogg) : and family visited Yr.,and Mrs. I certificates for a.. tax .
Jack nville visited Mr. and mond Allinder, Mrs. Pearl Robinson Griffis of Highland will be interested Jim Godwin, of .Maxville. issued thereon. The certificate
numbers and years of issuance, the
Mrs.!Node Taylor and family on and Miss Margaret Chism ,of to learntof his marriage to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce description of the property, and the Heating't

Sunday. Lake City, Mrs. E. C. Priest, Mrs.Frank Miss Gloria Vanrant of Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore O. J. names as follows in which: it was assessed are Kerosene+ or l

James Adams and Henry Tan- Francis and Miss Anita on Saturday eeningNov.. 9. I James, and .Danny Phillips and,, Certificate. 53; Year of Issuance? :
Mrs. Mae Wells. Mrs. Martha little Miss Renee Moore visited u5k '.' L. i i
Description of Property: Lots 1, ,
i Bales. Misses Abbie and Mary Mrs. O. J. Phillips in Baptist Memorial 2 of Elk 3 Lincoln
City v (SH of 'WINTER SEASON ** :1l"* ,
Harley and Jackie and Martie Hospital Sunday afternoon. SEys W of Ry) Sec 32 3" 6'3.11.. ; "I DURING THE .195'1-58 ', 1y ''t
Bales visited Mrs. Effie May They found Mrs. Phillips greatly: Name.1n which I-assessed :
CASH FOR: Green and family and Mrs. Ruth I improved and she hopes to be able Starkes. r. 'R1lt\1e YOUR TANK WILL ,BE 'CHECKEREGULARLYAND

Barthlow in Middleburg on Sun to return home soon.' All of said property being In the-

Friends of Mrs. Mary Reddish I

: day.Mr.. and Mrs. Nick Pope and will be glad to learn that she is FOR DEPENDABLE FILLED AS NEEDED .
daughter of Jacksonville were Sat much better after,a recent attackof i .... It. ol' _f
PECANSHIGHEST urday evening guests of Mrs. Mat- flu. With her "
daughter, Mrs.. Termite COMHousehold
tie Carter and family.Mr. Eve Godwin she visited friends CALL US TO-DAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION. I
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and Mrs. Sinclair Griffis and relatives in Lawtey on Sun 1
and family attended church ser- day afternoon. I i* Commercial .

vices at Pine Valley on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Joe hufford and Pert Control : IEROME JOHNS OIL CO' I''

evening.Mr. family ,of St. Augustine were Greve BpnJ1ac t ,
and Mrs. G. F. Thompson of weekend guests of Mrs. John Shed '. "
Silver Springs spent [ ford and 66.; YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER j .86" ;
Sunday an Dave. Call )FR. 64055

CASH PRICES Monday with the R. C. Bryants.Mr. Mrs. E. P. Sheets and daughters ..: Phone 12 743 South Walnut St. I'

and Mrs. Guy Futch and I are confined to their home Florida Pest Control

family had as Sunday guests Mr. with flu and were unable to attend t. : I', ,. ...J t. .
and Mrs. Owen Stephens of Jacksonville services at the First Baptist & Chemical Co.

: PAID and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Church with Rev. Sheets-' o.n.Sun 24 !N..W. 16th Aver S&H Green Stamps ,Also Given At Phillips 66 Stations i ?
.Sauls and family of Hampton., day. r .. 1r
Mr. and Mrs:E. C. Johns and Mrs C. E. '"Strickland was th Florida

I, ,. Ronald Kimbrell had ,
i' as weekend Thursday overnight guest ,i of her .
guests Mra Lois Hinson and son sister.. Miss Elizabeth .
\ 6 DAYS PER ,WEEKAT : 'the Clifford Johns family, and the }frs. Glen Shuford Terry. --
Carried her .
Morris Johns family of Jacksonville. I .. '.. .
I George Shuford, to
On Sunday thev all visited see his doctor in Jacksonville on
their grandfather, John McComock Monday..
t ,
.. at the State Farm. Donna i
Kaye Markham, of Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Crews and
is visiting her

STATE FARMERS family of Jacksonville were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dan grandparents ,W.-. :.*4" '.t 1
i family.guests of the Theodore Crews Starling.Mr. ". ..

I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobba: and and Mrs. Winton Parrish ( I
family of Jacksonville spent the and family of Avon ''Park visited 'i CHANGE ;iNONERSH1P

weekend .with friends here and Mrs., Parridi'sparents ) .
R. Mrs. Dobbs' parents -
I Produce Co.
Wairiwright : '
1 ,, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang. -
kerson. at Clay Hill last weekend. 1 I
PHONE 179 STARKE, ,FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton SmithJacksonville ol OF"f .

I spent Friday evening THE RIGHT POINT for the q

1 AT FARMERS MARKET with the Paul Bennett family. way you write.
Come :
in and
Buster Bennet waa transacting led'3'our favorite:ESTERBROOKFountain -. litEY & DAVIS LUMBER COMPANY '

I business Tuesday in until Fort Sunday.Lauderdale from J ..Pen: TELEGRAPH. .

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b ,.Z 3 U. It is .wiih.plea&ure announce ,the.purchase of one

2T .
y 4 .p roS .p tiv } of Starke's oldest ;and 'most respected business institu-

r. > .f r .
a tions the Quigley & Davis Lumber Co. and Building .

a y 1 3.r Supplies. We intend to continue operating this business

under the of J & Buildin 'Su and willmain :
name ,JJ ppJies ;,
.' ,{.Y I 4 ,,T 2. 1f. tain the policy of .the I
i .y S :offering people of Starke and sur-

roun p arsea F ,a full line of;first qualiqr,pJliIding supplies -. :

a '. %and. .materials.meet.every.construction.need. '" I


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We will appreciated. continued/patronage of the many '_ '. .' '

F L a friends-and tustomers-who-bave'been'served by Quigley
j j 1'1 >. I

& Davis down r through the yean, emU hope also ;to have I

the pleasure of adding many new'friends and customersto


our list .of.patrons. Jt will.be I : pleasure: to.serve you :in' '. '.

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this new 'capacity and ,hope' 'will the :
t; we you give us 'opportunitywhen : ,

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O 4 T rt t 1Cuppiies I

t J & J Building s

"THEY'RE CATCHING ON, BUT THEY CAN'T "catching up." And the air suspension offered:by.some

CATCH UP." That's. :how>lots of people feel about the cars (at well'over $l00 extra) can't compare with theswayfree .

"new 1958"_.. cars that .are?trying ,to match the Dodge ,dip-free ride of Dodge Torsion-Aire.. (standard .
Swept-Wing look. These other cars have been lowered equipment on all models). So on your way home''from< '

some, but still seem
few are "catching on" to fins, but they're years from with Swept-Wing 58 by Dodge ou'll see what we mean. .1
., 301 East 1
s Street
t Qdl 'P'J; Starke .Floridar' :

See Swept :Wing '58 Dodge at Hardy Bro there Motor Co., 600 Temple Ave., Starke/FTa> II .' _





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Mrs. Lawton Youngblood JllOMECOMINCGAME
New PTA PresidentMrs. fir"
Lawton Youngblood WIS
named president of the Hampto n >
Elementary School PTA 01 1 v

Nov. 5, in tht !
Tuesday .
.school auditorium. &\tz tesp*
Mrs. Youngblood will serve

through 1957-58 school the remainder term. Elected of the to I {

serve Williams with as Her vice-president were Mrs. Frank, and Tornadoes vs. Santa FeFriday : I

Mrs.treasurer.Donald Hill'' as secretary- 1 ,. Jill

Outgoing officers were Mrs. I ., -
Frank Williams, president; Mrs. ,. ,. '. -
<'-'' "
Merle Packham, vice-president;
and Mrs. Janie H. Noe secre
tary-treasurer. During the busi- "

ness meeting the group heard a

report on the proposed county November 15
bond issue for school buildingand

repair, which is to include I. \ .
some work on' ,the Hampton Ele- '

mentary school. \ ..
The group voted to hold the
next meeting at night, to deter- \ i

mine whether more parents
could attend afternoon or eve- '

ning Tuesday 7:30 p. m.meetings.evening in the It school Dec.will auditor-3 be, on at < ;, : BRADFORD PARK 8:.PM ".

ium. .
New citizen Dies <
who, with his
Mr. :McCrossin

family farm eight near, months has Hampton been, died living for Thursday on the their last PRE-OME ACTIVITIES (QUEEN'S COURT, ETC.);: 7:00: : P.M. ,

morning, Nov. -, while on a trip .

through South Florida with his ""...,.._._ ......,.-..-r.,........-........................ ".'.'.'.'...1.'-...-.".'_'.'.'_'.1.8'." ',..."""
Admission i

wife.Mr.. McCrossin hat been in ill Home Games

health for the last two years.! Ouf-O'-Town Games

Funeral services and burial,were September) 27 BHS 13 Bolles 0 Grades 1 thru.4 Free i if, Accompanied by Parent
in Gaithersburg, Md., where the

family formerly lived.and their son. r October L t 4 BHS 38 P. K. YonSe 13BHS September 20 BHS 6 Macclenny 0
Mrs. McCrossin
outstanding Grades 5 thru 12 May Purchase 50c Ticket at ...
Broderick whose
chickens and show birds were October V; 11 Palatka 18 6 School Only .October 25 BHS 13 Fernandina 6

written up in last week's issue of October 17 DeLand 7 BHS 6' .'
the Telegraph, left Friday for;
November. 1 Seabreeze 6 BHS 0
Maryland for the funeral. -
Street Lights!, Traffic : November 8.. Ketterlinus 23 Starke 7 All Tickets Sold at Gate To Anyone 5th Grade Up

City Council Business '. .( $1.00 November 22 Green Cove Springs. Away
Two street light changes' and November 15.. Santa Fe In Starke ,
two traffic violations comprised I I '
most of the business at the regular .r',1.1.r. ... _.... ............... .....,.,......".....0.'), t ; .. "- r'..
meeting of Hampton City .. ,. ,". 'Adults $1.00 :,
Council on Tuesday evening. Nov. V V V V V V V ..
5, with all members present for \ .: V V V V
the meeting. .
The Council approved an ad- ,. ,
Hitional street light on Durden .
St., and relocating a light at the : .
corner of the schoolyard. Two
traffic violations during the a:
month reported to the council "

by Marshal Marklee Norman included Best Wishes To The Team 1\low'Em Down, Tornadoes Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
one for failure to stop at
an intersection and one for exceeding GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES
Personals Your Friendly Norge Dealer
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain ,
and son and daughter moved last Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes Maytag Appliances Coleman Heaters and PO
week from Hampton to their \
THE SUWANNEE STORE Floor Furnaces We service all makes
new home in the White subdivision KOCH DRUG STORE .' .
near the schools' in Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. David Younkerof CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager .
A. Good Team Like The
Jacksonville: visited here with Tornadoes
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Compliments Of SupportSTARKE ,
Williams on Tuesday last week. Everybody Out For Tonight's Game!

A. M. Bryant who has been in
naval training in Rhode Island

Inow! in Antarctica accordingto .. SPORTING GOODS- "
his parents. He arrived at the GNANN PLUMBING COMPANY
Best Wishes To The Team
naval base there on October 15

on the Pan-American flight to Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence ROBERTS JEWELRY 118 Court Street phone 514-J
McMurdo Sound which carried
two stewardesses who spent four '
hours at the base before return- I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. YOUR FRIENDLY JEWELER -

Ing. Bryant Is to remain in the Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
Antarctic until late summer of
195 his parents said. Compliments Of Compliments Of B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe May and ,
fcon of Hyattsville, Md. have arrived J C. HAZEN, JR. l NEW METHOD CLEANERS '
for a week's visit here with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Horace SINCLAIR: OIL. PRODUCTS Best Wishes From

May and other relatives.
Phone 124 Starke, Fla. Best Wishes To The Team
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
K. B. Watteraon. and R. F.

Cutcheon spent Sunday in Jack- Of FAULKNER'S. SERVICE STATION
sonville with the Frank Hardin *-
family. Best Wishes Of

.Mr. and Mrs. Truman King r STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
and sons of Jacksonville were Best Wishes Team GEM JEWELRY '

weekend visitors in
Hamptonwith The.House Of Fine Diamonds
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill. SUPPLY
JVe're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters.H.. :
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth J Starke's Leading Jeweler
spent the weekend in Bunnell .

with Thomas Wadsworths. G. W LAWSON'S MARKET Onward Tornadoes! -
P. WadawortH was honored witha Compliments Of.DODD'S '
birthday dinner on Sunday. .
James Sims of Gainesville was GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATION r
Come On Out and Boost Our Team
guest speaker Sunday at both SERVICE STATION

services in the Hampton Baptist GARDEN RESTAURANT
Church, due to the illness of Best Wishes From
Marvin Faile Pastor Pat "Where The Pecan Tree Grows"Let's V Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence'
Bowers home for the weekend

from Columbia Bible College, BROWNLEE: & CHASTEEN Volley Starling's Grocery &.,Market.
Columbia S. C. led singing dur- Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game
ing the morning sen-ice. '1 .
Mrs. Raleigh Brannen was Compliments Of Be Present Tonight To Cheer Our 'Boys'To'"
honored with an informal birth- SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV E

day gift shower on Frdiay, Nov. Victory ,
8, at her home. Mrs. Brannen. ;t

who has been convalescing at Best Wishes From FARM, HOME. & AUTO SUPPLY.
home following a recent opera-
tion, Is now much improved. BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE ff; Best Wishes Team .
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Beden- : s't
Wishes Team
baugh of Hampton were Gainesville l WILLIAMS JEWELRY :; i

visitors on Saturday.H. ; '%. CONWAY SERVICE
Compliments '
V. Saxon of Pompano "ir" EXPERT WATCH REPAIR ; r .rt
Beach attended the Georgia- BARBER SHOP ". '. At Union Bus StationLet's \ -
Florida football game in Jack .

sonville on Saturday, and visitedIn Best Wishes Of : .. .' .
Hampton with his B. .. '
father :
:; .
Y. Saxon during the weekend. Best Wishes Of '- K. & J. TRUCK TERMINAL Support The Tornadoea.'

Homer Bryant, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Bryant, is hobbling EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKET : ; ,:. Mi: '' GARAGE & RESTAURANT ... HART FURNITURE CO : ,
..., 'P. ;:r..... .- ._ .. ... .' ... ..
around on crutches, -$ ,'H' t ,
following an' ._,: '._; ..., :.. ,..i;, .' "" : "
ankle Injury last week. He waa .. : : .,. ... ,- _. .
able to return to school on Friday :,:; :- _;;r.- .,.'.> ., -:---
but experts to be on crutches I V I
: for aproximately six wetks. .. {! II

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