Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04457
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1956
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>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04457
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Bradford County Telegraph SECTION TWO

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Homecoming Held At Long Branch Church -States- Rights Bid i ten;.i'.c.n l'i uf S.iath Citizens the Flu l''unui.! ::.Li: A<>.a';" I- Wave Fined $100 In County Court li.an i'ut.-h. jiuy sid!('..that.ur.'n, p.olio.iwh:!,",. M II! >' ,,, I

!Moll: f the I
one > aims of the :11(1m..nt \ "'
sober is going t.. tontve: : oil.l11.1 -
as keeping "any one i :inlulate After Conviction Of Drunk .
:: like snake "
Driving ; a down th.! !:: -
For Ballot Spot from getting a niajonU -..."v." He al. challenge j O tI." I

... i 3T.r :and throwing the election into th'House < A Wax i fion the J.il k> ,::,1.1!<' < ::t in he.td .:' unlt'1ts of II Hoff I t'r.: n .>: .u I
a of Representative."thence.
-ft' tC 1 :.Naval Air Station" \\a. finei St-:V land ) He s.i.dlie: \1.1" .xMtir..; ,Iblthln ;"t'ltlgwas: ied by -iv i-!p i: '
Gets Bradford Aid we might nave a chaser
her Oliver's Ii cr depression.-i
< ense ,: suit when .11 rt ;;tt"1.
? to elect a man who will not force "She .". .
>l'ingeonnded in Count The witnesses s.ud the eul ; r np ;ik-; !h.; :!
tilts -.\hole integration mess down Court last of while a saliiKjuir! ; i: "i : dl like
Friday driving was weaving, she staggered a. >.i- >i0v;
;; 'I.1 :. -. -t- it--- it Bradfoiil !; out throats." It was explained It'd' =11' ,
Ii J : intoxicated "to such an extent she went to jail and her .-i.innei: : a :i he > i "S of'H.iggt't"l
; ar ( ', :t. j.niifik:! with that the States Rights party is .
I ; petition signti. that her normal faculties were 'of speech was thick.IIelIoff 1' the t- l : I
!.- in "the! Nut in Florida! cuiintie not identical with the Citizens impaired." i.ui
!eeta! :. in an effoit to have Council but that many of the i tried to get the \\ ItIlleSfo -
The defendant. Ann Cooper did s to admit that the
the names of States Rights piesulential same people belong to both
anti vice presidential candidates groups. not testify her attorney P.I'|: have been caused by bumpsor I; Mtun: TO ( itiiuioiv.Ml
The States i Donald Del loff of Jacksonville. trash in the road; and that {t'rrnnc !>a% ris, ; ..i H
punted on the ballot inXo'elllber I Rights candidatesare niand- against Th.' -- -, >
tred to torpedo the testimony i the I could have been il.ynuoml .
i T. Coleman Andrews of Richmond staggering I'liHum! d!f. '
Va., former internal Hof the state's four witnesses. the'' caused by sandspurs or depressions hert-l.y; n" ttfird a nil i i- i .
The Bradford County petitionwas I revenue their chums in tN! .. > <
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I arresting officers and the ,
He said that thick talk I lCounty .
certified to the of commissioner in the Eisenhower Judge <.f 111 iitf..j! i.Florida
secretary I administration and and make them admit that thegirl's was natural for her because "heri in the I'oi.n'v Hat
.. .:> state after more than the required Thomas ] Starke. FI riil.i u t.. _
actions could have resulted ,
family is descended from people,,
I 25 names wet e obtained. :Minor : \Verdel. former Republican i M-alciul.tr months urn t' div j f
congressman from California./ :,from causes other than intoxica :who speak in thick gutters 1 the first publication ..f t t' i. "' '
Prominent among those at tendthe vt'ats ago a woman named Pad- Ins \i tie political parties are required to I tion. tones" or th> sam will hr. .:.... \ I ,I
I obtain petitions from at least 31 cording I.. law Th < > ; :
'; annual Homecoming/ of gell witi> of one of the earliest t Acording to Mr. Lang, theLong I DeHoff said he was trying to |! DeHoff also explained the girl's 1306.
counties and at least Library Notes I !
signed ,
tin-/ Long Branch Baptist Church J-ettlere in that section, was picking j : Brancn Cemetery is! unique 25 i prove that Miss Cooper's normal ,i: action by saying that she was n''F: r i-. i.i.i! M
Ii persons to have their l'antlidates' i KXfCUtl 1\ '! tl" I.IWill -
u.re deft to right I Rev. H. F.Jllgd.m. I 'faculties not and 1 r frightened by siren blast and the ,
is "free" .t'melt'I'Y.I were impaired ar.il T
blackberries when she j in thai it a ( billot. I New books ] 0:: :i'I.xnwo.
was the
names put on received recently at .
of the church fur I .
pastor .1 I I'.i: d i.
fact of being arrested.In
at time asked
one County Judge I(
I There is for ;
no a
charge grave the
three and R. L. bitten in the face by a rattle- The secretary of state denied library many on the ('t'abd
the past years; he sail'' The ancient burying :IT A. Yawn to issue a dnectederdict his summation to the six If, 1 I" 4- 11 .
Hains. L. Harris Melvin'at- snake. She was not able to get the State Righters bid because the best seller lists. They include: 1
son. and S. Homer Smith all dea- back home, and later her body ground, laid to be one of the petitions were submitted too late Charmed Circle by Susan EI tz, \ for not guilty, chargingthat itsl I I 1 ri
the state had not
tims In background is the new was found where she had fallenin prettiest and best kept in the Officials of the movement said Half-Crown House by Helen Ash- (1: proved

hun-h! edifice recently completed the woods. She was buried in I state is maintained by donations. I they will conduct a campaign for ton. Speak to the Winds by Ruth :i case. i See BILLY JACKSONFOR
on a site near the old wooden a quilt that she had just finished Elecentlry the Association bought write-in votes for their candidates. Moore Last Hurrah by Edwin |!' The witnesses were Sheriff P. i

church building.In making for there was no time to and installer a chain-wire fence O'Conner. On A Darkling Plain by D. Keddish. Deputy Sheriff Fate I

get a coffin-a day's trip to Jacksonville around the grounds and made In Bradford County the statesRights Clifford Irving Andersonville by Brown. Starke Policeman Shep

picture at right. Rev. J. L. I by horse and wagon in other improvements and beautification petition was headed by :MacKinley: Kantor. Rachael Cad Tomhnson and Jail.r J. A'I TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING

Strickland former Long Branch those days. Her husband planted !! effoits.Trustees Dennis Smith, a barber, and Charles Mercer Hardhats by ; Sasser. Reddish, and Brown testified -

pastor* and Fred Lang chairmano 4. wild cherry tree at the grave of the Association I Pharmacist Lester Ciews. Crewr I I11. M. Newell, Madam Will You I that the girl was arrested And All Type Tractor Work

the Cemetery Association and the huge stump shown aboveis are Hansford 1) Carter. Marion said he had agreed to sponsor the by Mary Stewart Beyond ; after the officers spotted her I
stand by the grave of the first I II I petition because be believed in I Desne ty Pierre LaMure. Tendei |I weaving on SR 16. Reddish said PHONE 165
said to be that of the original J. Austin, Jack Wilkinson, I) B. i
person buried in the picturesqueLong the principles of the movement I i Victory by Taylor Caldwell Don't the girl pawed a car in which ;
tiee. I ( Bum I Griffis. Henry Carter, .
Branch Cemetery known but he believed they had stalled Go Near the Water by William ht wa., sitting with Brown. "She

101't'.11 S as Kattlemake Ceme- I Nearby are the graves of two i iI >!Hardy Padgett, and Mr. Lang. too late to be effective this year. I I i Bnnkley. and Wreck of the Mary Kid a bottle in one hand and the I W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER

t'-ry. I Negro slaves who belonged to | Mrs Nellie'ilkinson is secre In a letter that had bl'E'1TIl Deare Hammond Innes wheel in the other when she I 'I'

According to legend many, the Padgetls -- a Jack Tise and tary-it easuier.
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At Blanding : Things start to sparkle when

Guards Study

Tank EnginesThe you bring home the Coke !

men 01 the Track Section I

hi: the Camp Blanding National .n

Guard unit ('0 B, 7J8th Arm

"I ell Ordnance Battalion have

< imeentraled their past few weeks

which propells the 4S-ton M-47

t.I nk.

During the training they have

lemoved and loin apart the big iifr' *

engines, assembled them again '- t ,*''m'.,a iv
told reinstalled them into the 1 .. '

tanks Included in the mstnu
Men of Track section ( o. H. 718th Armored Ordnance Battalion,
lion was troubleshooting of thi-
ansnlll.ion: of the M-17. Camp ISIamling; n'm.tht.- engine Irony a 90 MM gun .M-17: tank.

Lt Bobby Collins Track Section Left to right!; are Sp-2 HulM'rt1.: Wilson, Sp-2 Samuel t". \\ i.." and

t !'! leader said that many of the Sp-3 :Morris Wainu right.;

men have taken advantage of the

l.Vweek course of instruction on j ling units have been promotedi (J. White Jr is attending the I

Army maintenance of track equipment i I from Pvt-1 to Pvt-2 They arc i electronic fire control course at
given at the ordnances 1 Merrill J. Edwards, John A'' Aberdeen and SFC Virgil M. I

hoolbirdeen Proving Ground i GooLsby Robert Goolsby. Tomim Jordan is attendnthe:: senior II t
Mil. T C +
; llardenbronk JI. Donald Hing- machinist course at Aberdeen. i u _
Seven! members of the Bland-:
son and Thomas A. K. Reams

lit Your ''all of Stal ke. and Arthur H %I'rln: TO .U'I'.: \It I k
Property With Me. I In rir.uit Court. Ilrniiroril liiuutr.
line Brown of Baldwin. l'l..rlda In (
Buyers Waiting If The Price i'hanrer-
Is Right Pvts Hardentrouk and Reamsare Kilna M.iy' St. wart, Plaintiff vs.i .
i li'Mii } .iyr St.\.HI. lu-ndaut. I
at Ft Jackson. S C. for six I

WALL KfXjISTKKKIl REALTY liROKKUx months reserve active tiammg duty program under the new Nullfe,T.' loin To Apprar F,.>.- Ve Strn-art.Xl> 10-1S4S whose 1 That great taste of Coke makes life more fun (so delicious-even the bubbles taste lv ttf'rw

I I l.i kii.iwn !ifNidmi-f and addressi
4G6 l'honeI87J ('<< I) has two other men awa\ ".-I, \Vr.-t U'th Sired, Urnver I
337 N. Walnut I' i.ir.ni> v
Starke at servir. school SF( RobertWE
You are hereby notified that a !
**'t.t tiir ilVnrf. .. *.>, iMtkti.ilt* n>..1 n.._ I
S () .. :. :, '.:. r..: :has ri, been,.f nnni filed>r children against you Ir the II I

above named Court and cause and
and you are required to serve a i :
copy of your answer or pleading' to I
the complaint on the Plaintiff'sII..rr..o
\ \' Hit-en; & green Starke.
and file the original U the office of
the' Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
l>.-t'r.the 12 day of Nv 196:. .wrp
otherwise' the allegations
of Bald
PECANSHIGHEST (oniplaint x ill be taken as confess I
ed by you. :: ;
This notice shall be published one
each week for four consecutive
grsph.weeks In the Cr
'I''t'a' "!"" 10 day tt Oct.. 19J6; /
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,
Clerk ot the CircuIt '
CASH PRICES! uy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Z7A r 4.
10'I" It 12! 2NO \ t I

It i: TO API-Kill I : ,
.re rirruu t.uri. llrudlurd t ,."r ". .' Nf. f>
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PAID Agnes Misaejko. Plaintiff >,5. v @( .
vs lien .. / / '
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T". Henry Mi-at-jkn. whoso ':j : .
d J'I. -r and a.lr.-] is 4fi-06 Robin ; .wm.n ,...-. ,
6 DAYS PER WEEKAT *"n,ii street, Hushmi,'. X.1'urk.. i I
fTnXV "otin1 l6" .

above has quit:been named filed Court against and you cause In and the ,I gives a bright little lift to everyone (so refreshing you fed the difference when it's Coca-Cola)

.you,.f are required to serve a copy
your answer
or pleading to the
complaint! on the Plaintiffs Attor- ,

STATE FARMERS MARKETAUCTION myII' I.I'.'voile i'tI\\! Florida in.!! I' II. B"" 104.

and. file the original In the office of
Clerk of the Circuit Court on
ir I.'e: the. 12 J.iy of Xoivmber.
19j: ; otherwise the tllegatlon of
-id Complaint will be taken ai
onfessed by you
This not- shall t>.. published

once"each....10.. week In the for Bradford four consecutive '

R. \Wainwright\ Produce Co. I'.1 I n!, s ; j.v ,,f (I'I.1>.>Count r 1456.
OF.'II'l.o\L sAL) Charles A barb, i iI'lTk
of the Circuit Cottr :1 ; .
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PHONE 179 STARKE, FLA. n> r 4t i 11VOl'I.L t :!

brook ]iurse-sj/e fountain pns i ir

"' JI a.te ..hult",.Only $!.58 at Bra
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for extra refreshment, extra zest. Coca-Cola puts you at your SPARKLING BEST!



APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS Bring home both sizes today t;


1 21S Temple Ave. Phone 43 Bottled under authority of The Coca-tola Company by STAHKE COCA-COLA HOTTLLVC COMPANY

Lowest Prices Easiest t Terms

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AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAW11WWi water from sweater by rolling ina Edward Saxon family in Eau Gal- rate N i. 0-I-:3SNoiirr '
bath toweL lie. To .vp|>rar
\ T.). Victor Willis whose r<.>.diin.e
Home Demonstration J Gently shape the sweater to the Mr. and Mis Tommy Bruce and addrf<= I=: I'nknoun
marked outline You are hereby n tifi<'d that a uit ""
f.. on paper and stickpins and family of Gainesville spent fur. di\lOr' ''. iu-tody and "'-l'l' rt ,"din t
:) Notes : upright in the garment and I. .. .'. d!
< I :nor chiMnn has < n ;
9 ( 1) .. Friday evening near Hampton ,. \
I paper to hold it in shape as it against you in the 3he \' ri"i..l 1
-- with the A. II. Perry family. Mr <'?urt r.i"l cau e and you are r>>- I'
bv : I dries. Allow to dry away from of \ ....r :u.- ...
and Mrs. Perry and daughters at quired to <.n'" a copy :;OO.
: 4 DOROTHY ROSS direct heat. s*\ cr or pl'adiiig to "ml.la t.t < :, ">
tended the christening Sunday o' the Plaintiff'sII..rn..-,' K K I'.in- -.' I

1)'_:.: :.;.- ?U Home Demonstration Agent <41\ When dry give sweater a finished Mr. and Mrs. Brace's daughter a' man. Starke the FI"a'< ff .-.. and of tl f< ..'.,.I1.orgmal rk I "

. I appearance by: steam pressing the Community Methodist Churcl-! of: the Tiro-i in <'. 'i--t on <.r I I... '. ". ;\ .
llc.l.il.H; sIiggi-.l: ion'Funds select the nit etomunual Ut of lightly with a lightweight cotton in Gainesville.Mrs. the 19th day ofoyettib>- r. I"'"..:: .
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;coders fiom four HomoheniuiUktiatiun II I'' meat and to know the grade of press cloth (as a man's handker- J. L. Williams. Russel' I.otherwise! th.al\\ Iii 1't.:, nations taka .<<-f ."'"'II I-..1t'.impl.iint '. \ :"' 1t:'i1't;,

Clubs will meet'; meat and how to prepare them. cheif. If you donn't have a steam Williams Mrs Mamie Meade I f...- 'ed by you. .- j"l .:;: ..
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Friday afternoon at 1:30 in the agent The gull judged at the 4-11 non slightly moisten the press; Miss Martha Carol Lane, and Mr I tore This each notice week shall for fur. he a..]i.-".l.I-l..d. It"] 1nevks \ : .\ 't''i':." .: ...... A
\ cloth! and use a dry iron. >- ... I ... \.
s home to make confections. j Farm and Home Contests on the ; and Mrs. Marvin Faile attendee'revival in the Bradford ( ..UiI T'lt-J '
small ,iiui.itions( ant! learn ideas 4-11 To put sweather away fold and graph.
,I day Saturday at the North services at Trinity Bap- .
l<.r huh 1
it out of shape. IOI-'FICI.U. SEAT.) j
Miss Alu e Junes of Florida I girls are Elizabeth P1'e,11.Pxtrit.t& day evening of last week. Charles A. Darby, to heat every room in your home!

Power and Light Company will Pe'dum Marilyn Cox i Hashinghite > \loiisJ Mr. and Mrs. Doc Galloway of Clerk! of the rtr.-uit r','rrt.I I

be the guest demonstrator. Many I! Judy Kelly and Parrish I J The hotter the'water (up to Gainesville weekend visitorsof By :Mari.m L. Crosby' I"'I'II' I'l" HEATMAKER ",
Virginia were 10,19 4t 11. 9 No.1. -' -. ::.........
i lever and practical ideas will t.e \\ a,hillJ:' Tip for Wool sweaters i IGOo, the whiter your nylon fab- the Gene flirts near HamptonMr. : ; ...-.. I"

taught which the leaders will use ills will be after laundering. It's Madison Lee of S.OIHI: vi'ri\it =- b" : r 7
Button cardigans. brow outline i anjrs. ".. I Ij "
in their November club safe to wash your white nylon In Circuit Court llrnilfurd .unlr. | :'' FpT
programs of sweaterIn brown paper. Cocoa were guests last weekend rlorlila; In < hnn.-rry. .I j i"j j i !
Foods leaders are: Mrs. T. W.I j' Shrinkage in wool is caused by lingerie by machine along with and this week with the W. A Pi.rethfa. LarntarTurk. Plaintiff; ,. vKnineth 'I I ik. ffNlU "l i'
Markey and Mis. Tim white cottons and linens J. Turk. Dtftndant.li '
Rogers excessive best using Saxons in Hampton and the Doc r
agitation ,
so i TitI'I..ar HEATING --
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poker: Mrs. Robert Turner and results follow these directions I hot soap or detergent suds. If O'Gradys in Jacksonville. Mrs Ca"e ;N": 10.IQ : _II
Mr .. washed with colored fabrics, white Kfinclh J. Turk wl.n'-e if"'i- I
u Waimvright. State Lee attended a convention ir << i "
Use mild soap or synthetic detergent t' East i I "j
i. > and aildrtis: o I I
Farm: Mis. Tullie Norman and in lukewarm water. Sub- I nylon will take on their dyes. | Jacksonville for several days this (I-jt.Mi n. r.ojga. rarusli Jail, Baton than, ordinary,' :I PLUS ', f j : EGUAIS ai

Mrs. E. L Cox Heilbronn; Irs. For machine washing: nylon I week. KI.IIK., Ia.You ;. w
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in let'
merge sweater water and tlfi' .
hereby n "
Paul Dinkins and Mrs. fabrics only 2 or 3 minutes wash- are
Troy | i
soak 5-10 minutes. soaking will I fnr divine has ben filed against :
Bennett Lawtey. j, ing time is needed, for nylon sheds HTYYYTTYTVTVYYYYTTYTYTTILONG ton m the al>o\e named 'ourt and :'
get it clean except possibly at elbows I II .. ,
Shorten anJ I. ..11'.' and you are required to servei f' 1'1'b
I-II Team soil easily. rinsing i "'- ;,,1
Judging back of neck and under- <*..pv ofoiir answer, or pleading ,1
On the If these spin-drying time to :I'oi.tI BRIDGE t.i. the coniplrfint. on the Plaintiffstttotney I '
final lap of their training arms. places are dirty, wrinkles.HAMPTON. I I' John J. Crw Jr. P. O. ,JL '
the rub out wash AND NEW RIVERMrs. and 'Z I :
girls on the judging team j' gently. Squeeze I I Itt: :It>4. :Mai-iltnny Florida ,"'..... ..: !
the office of .. (
visited the meat market of a local : water Rinse thoroughly at least file th' original in "" ,
evvTTTTTTTtn'TTTITTTTTTI thi' M.rk of the Cir.-uit 4'''urt on J!
store The market manager very t\\nei in the same temperature E. A. SappAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAA ..r before the 19th day of November; ;I I :1 '.' \, yl ... .
ably showed and explained the water Don't douse it up andduu'n rt'ifi.;; ; otherwise the allegations of PIUS HEATMAKER No. 2 -
\ -..Id ('oIll1>3I11t will be taken as The powered-air, inner heat '
various < its and giadeof; beet to Gently squeeze water i.nfieil l.y you.
them. The object was to learn to through sweater Get the execs I fl.M Anderson of Satsuma Tinnotiie shall be publchelorr@ tubes. Room air is forced +' ,
II each week for four eon'eriitivew.1ks through the heart of the hottest
I By :.Mrs. I). E. Hill I visited his son and wife. Mr. and in the Bradford County Tele- fire. and poured '
i I Mrs. George Anderson last Sun- graph.li.iUd. II :711 1
4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1A1AASunday this 17th dy of October your floors.! -.htcpt< a ..J..uxYt ...r/cat-

I day.Mr. and Mis. Nelson Dekle. 1976.KKIf\I. SKAI.) I .
School ('lae
Houseu .
lIaSUI'I"'r, arming Clerk of the rirrmt 1'nrt,1By | I
I Members of Hampton Baptist Dekle, and Charlie Coleman of Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. .

Church adult men's Sunday school Jacksonville were guests of Mr 1U. I'J 4tIIl ''Siegler;k not a space heater that wastes heat up the chimney Siegler costs you so little to

A CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOY I lass played host at a steak supper and Irs.1.. L. Johns Jr. last 'tllIl 1: .\i'i-c.\H and oa the ceiling forcing you to live in one or two rooms. own and operate..iff pays for A.

I Friday night, Oct. :2G! for the Sunday afternoon.Mr. In Circuit Court llrailtord. l (''uuatl I h central with installations!
and luriili; In < hancrr Siegler not a heating plant expensive selfogainondogdnwiththefeelhsaveaSiegler !
I Gibson
and :Mrs. Cecil
AN EXTRA ROOM, CARPORT NEW BATH, Including adult women's class with a double Margaret Frances anfl a ,'|-.-''. I f>

Fixtures NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK. TANK & surprise housewarming foi I weekend Mrs Minnie with Mr.Granger and Mrs.spent Meadows the- Plaintiff Francisco\s.Defendant.Anthony Kosano San- I', is a revolutionary method of
Mr and Mrs. E. L. But and Mr
Case No.; 10-1S"
WATER SYSTEM ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING and Mis Otto Hicks following the Anderson in Deland.Mr. Notice Tlppe.ir I WARM fLOOR HEATING In roomBUT

LABOR AND MATERIALS and Mrs. E. A. Sapp visited To- Anthony Rosario Sanfranciscn. I every
supper. whose residence and address i is-: ,, /
I- Veterans Taxi. Cornwall On-j:
Nearly 100 members of the 0 ,
Call Us or Drop A Card No Obligation Sapp. in Palatka last Friday ant rat io, Canada. I '!
da.ssi's and their children enjoyed Saturday.Our You are hereby ni'tlfi"! that a suit I AND LOOK-don't be confused by BW Ratings!

the upper on the churchgrounds I sympathy goes to George for divorce in the above has be.-u named filt.l, Court acanst'yon andj i| There is BTU INPUT there is BTU OUTPUT but what '' -';

$9 A A.00 3G MONTHLY PAYMENTS $ -| /.5S with steaks provided by Anderson these as he has cause and you are required to serve keeps your family warm is BTU USEPUT the working
K. L. But t. and cooked by Arnold ,I days a ropy of your answer or pl-.nlini' ; BTU's that heat your home! In BTU USEPUT Siegler! Ol T-
some new teeth (uppers) and i.c complaint on the Plaintiff' HEATS'EM ALL! A BTU
1 I.ddo 'k. Women the i to the I 50,000 Siegler gives more USABLE "
< provided having trouble getting used t( Attornuy Alfred ('. ""It. 301 Smith 1 j jnnlding HEAT than much higher rated ordinary! heaters A 75,000 OIL fcrncce HEATER
36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS SO .17 other dishes and dessert for the I : Jacksonville 2, Florida BTU Siegler furnace-volmce heater can only be compared to \ ii
| original the office of
.itid file the in
$600 I'meal and Lester Slade was in them.Wallace Parrish and his mother the Clerk of the Circuit Court on a central beating plant THE HEATH WITH THE PATENTED .

limp: of equipment and utensil or before the 19th day of Noirmlier -- .. INNER HEAT TUBES ; _
Mrs. Ethel Parrish. of Palat- of r -
for the 11! :<; otherwise the alleRationb 'I
FREE, Estimate and In- I Following supper.the meal gifts for ka visited Mrs. Fronie Moody last said Compaint. will be taken as i ii I j MONEY BACK GUARANTEE K !
'onfessed by you.
formation ;: the two couples honored with Sunday afternoon.. This notice' shall be published I L /
ome each week for four consecutive
I the housewarming were opened or \1'1(11 TO M'PlltHIn Leeks the Bradford County Tele-
Hrs. 7,0 AM to
Store : I rirrnlt Tour Bradford County1'Iorldnt .
the tables the church graph.
on grounds
5:30 P.M. Mon thru FrL 1 I'T.\ NextMk I.J. 1m H MurihI'l In hnni-rrv.,'ntif. ye. Dorothy Dated this 16th day of October WINrlER{ ELECTRIC SERVICE

i Close Noon Sat. i, lampion Elementary School A. Murphy, fndant. (1936.ul'F'1'l.t1. SK\T.)

PTA will meet next Tuesday Cage :No. 1O1S45loll' Chat!c.s .\. Daihv.CI. .
To .\pprnr.To !. ,ik of thf CnPiiit c 'lit f Fla
I II I I =N'ov 6, in the school auditoriumat : Porotliv. .\. M.iriliv.. whn=erfMilence Pv Mai.jn; L Cio.:1 lix l 1"1"1'| ,r'.Ik I'2U: N. Templee. Phone 166 Starke,
J. 3:15: p. m. and add e" i j.- :1.7n Io194t' J fl9:
'-lId Strr't. Ji: Ksim II. '(''nt: '. I...IIBIsland.
Mis Clarence ].(Melton who has. Sew; Ym. k. =-= =- ---:: =- -- ==-= =-===== -: ---- -===
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parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mel has been filed against you in the ;

ton near Hampton left last above named Court and cause and 'I

I week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs you your are answer required or pleading to servo to a the copy.. Bradford County Voters I II

FOIl CASH SALES ONLY Leonard Melton and family in StMary's I II plaint on the Plaintiff's A tlorn.0'1 .
i T Frank I.anJrnin I' ( n.
Ga. ,
I I .546 Starke, Floridaand .
r Mr. and Mrs. Milton Misner and file Hie original In the orflre of
SUPPLIES J the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I
son, who have been living in
I before the 12 day of N.\. ]'" ,f,;
Hampton for the last two months otherwise the allegations of said

PHONE 333 or 45 I IJ moved last week to GainesvilleW. Complaint by you. will be taken aa confessed jl i I Do want 4 more of

A. Saxon went to Cocoa This notice shall he published You Years

c J last week, and also visited thees once Telegrapb.week each In week the for Bradford four conSiCU.live County-

Dated this 10 day of 0t 1'6.;;
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby !
I I .
Clerk of the Circuit Court I

By Marian L. Crosby_ Deputy 10, 12: 4t Clerk I:,'2 Loiwr Farm Prices: "Gireaii-ay" Of People's Resources? l'

:NOTICE TO APPEAR (For eu-ry $1 a farmer sot in 1932; he gets less 1. Timber worth X2.10.000 taken from Rogue Kiver National .:'1
!. Circuit Court nradfurd County, Forest with government being paid $'::6i. 1'1:1 j:
Florida: In i'hanrrrr than $3: now.) 2. $35,000.000( ) government oil plant .Missouri: sold at ; ''
Evelyn Ann Williams, Plaintiff.. rents on dollar. ',''I''I'II
Charles \V. \Villiam. I..r..ndant.Ca'e .
No.; 1MO7.Nolle ( Many other .rai..'," bj favored industries of people's I'I'I. 1'l' i
: To Appear Higher Prices For The Things land and mineral resounes.Continued ''I
i T<>: Chares W. Williams, whose ."
I residence is Columbus, Georgia, You Must Uuy? I
I[and whose mailing address is: 1' Run-Around Given War Veterans? !i''
(.. Cox M3: Williams lluad, Columbus (Bet\ ern 1931; and 1956:> cattle prices fell 6 percent :
1. Ike ; :
r Ga. fought cmocratic bill to raise compensation for
r and the price of beef to housewife rose S per cent.
You are hereby notified that a injured in service, including blind amputees and h"'I'b I
suit for divorce, care, custody From 1952-53; ; rent up 11 per cent gas and electricity less vets. ':
and control of minor ch.lt 2. Ike fought Democratic hill to raise jicnsmns, of \\orld I 'I
cost 7 cent medical care :
cent housekeeping ,
has been filed against you In it>t i > per ; i
Mar II and li'lfI'anidUh
to equal those of \\orldar IMidiius.
above named Court and causa and
J 9 per cent.) .
you are required to serve a copy of
r your answer. or pleading to the I' fl 1 :3. (;OI'! boosted interest rate on .\ loans, costing! (,I :
complaint on the Plaintiffs fli home Liner ) ( in !
over $100,0(10.000 one year ::1..
Attornev II. c. l:ildttn. P. 0.1 i Yo heal Tax Relief For ]Wager Earners '
4. 19 'oII1I'l'tH.
Box 104. Uainsille; FI,rda I'roposed(: losing V.hospitals' forcing/ :
\Q and file the original In the officeof I' II ? ans to travel hundreds of miles for treatment. ::1
And Salaried People
/ t I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on '

bO II or U:before day of the;oo\fnjcr. I1*:;?; (Wealthy taxpayers and corporations got 91 percent More Loss Of Ground To Communism? .:: II

\\\ Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken aa of confessed paid of the tax cut toted by the Republicans in 195; J. Since 11i2! : 11.,111111. policy has: :

1 by you. Of every dollar tax cut, corporations got 73: cents; 1. Lost northern Intlo-( hina and 12,000,000 people( to the ''I
Thus notice shall be publishedonce Keds. : ::1 i
j. each week for tour consecutiveweeks families earning more than $5,000: got 18 cents; families
2. Forced Chinese Nationalists to give i T.uhcn Islandsto /
In the Bradford County Tel. earning less than $5,000:; got 9 cents!) up 1/1' "
the Keds. i'
\ Dated this S day of O tuber 1.6.
\'\ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Parb* 3. I/ost Middle Kast influence to :Mostow.t. i .
I \ Clerk of the Circuit, Court I I'ermitted Soviets to make traitagremrnt'. with 1il
:Marian I Deputy Clerk To Husincss Over
Py Cro.sb
& Partiality lUg seven countries in :Middle and Far Kast. II,',!
1 10,12 41 11,2
). Sent I'. S. to "brink of war" three time,. IIIi.
--- Small Business? I
IV I\ lit'ii In Circuit Court Bradford County, (;i. tri; -atly in<"reased hone of conflii t in Far East, i.:

11 \ Fiorldn ID Chancery. (Between 1952-55.; ; ; profit of biggest businesseswas : .Middle Itt: and Iuro: (".. lid I
Samuel L. Iizzara plaintiff, v". :
lUIS Uuthrie Iizzara. Pefendant. UP 61 per cent ; of big business, UP 45: per cent ; !I
More Integration all Walks Of Life?
Case No.; 1O1S21Ordcr smallest
of smaller businesses DOWN 13 cent of
Of Publication and :Notice To per
\ ire I'r.iol'nt"ion: ( (member of :XAA'I' hailed .:,!
) publicly
Appear: talc Of Florida Tot businesses.i DOWN 32 cent!)
V 1 BIuis Guthrie Lazzara. whose per as "a great publican chief justice' Earl: Warr..n-an Ike I 1111 I

I re.sidt-noe and address j js {'nknown.i appointee, thief architect of the infamous decision ordering ',
i You are required to appear onNovember !South Carolina and other states to mix the races in the I :
( \\ \ I !: ;named: Court 1-. and liOS; cause In the, herein above Richer Lenders, Poorer Borrowers? public .bools... 1.'il

1I I\\ plaintiff serks divoneIVadford Ie (Iti'taae of Ike-:.Nixon high! interest ialiric"..: 2. Kcpublicail :National Committee |>raise ,/ 1 I l II County Telegraph shall 4i rent. I'n..fadur since \hruham .I.ino.In and reditetl him '
1 i 1. Farm intere-t pajments are up per "
Order in four
this next
I t I publish weekly issues. II 2. Veterans buying homes in 19.! '> -.". will pay S3.)0.OOO.f"' \\ith naming more :Negroes to high;: government positions than 'i''I

1 Witness my hand and official seal in additional inter..%t. any other Ilrl', th'nt. I
\\\t\\ II Iat! Starke, Florida th.s October 4, I 3. Kxtra interest on auto punhases alone totals $15,000-; 3. Ike deilared that \\ashington must !>.. a "model" ofehool : '1

\ tI I I i 1956.OFFICIAL SEAL) 000 annually'! integration, resulting in thl' biggest! "m ss in Washing I "'
1m8. ,''nt-hut two-thirds of this; ton" thi capital has ever seen.t. ,
l Charles A. Darby. 4. Rig hank profits up 23 |MT II
tl ; t I I first commander to order ofNegro i! '
he mixing
As Clerk of Said Court. want to less than 3 per cent of I". S. bank lUe ( (aims was ; ;
I, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .". \\hile ituvimtram interest pa)ments sk> rot keted 37: : and while troops in combat unit,. I''
',c'has. !:. Hess. J04 Guaranty Life 5. Ike and :Nixon are promising mu li more of the same '
I went only
i I\! i, \ Of pjf. II). 1J 4t 11 2 i I"I I',,'I IMT (','nt.1 le"u ) if rrrlcrtrd.IUIi 1'1;
"01'11: TO tl'I r1B I'
I In Circuit Court, Ilrndford County. '': '

,: "I'lorija' V I..:.. In-. -.tbancrrr.II Plll'.t I.*. \ < 1:' "\ ;: ::! HELP GET OUT THE VOTE! Your Absence from The Polls on Nov. 6 : .;, I

I.,,i -. r. I"<- !f. !.Jan ,
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Case N 10 1'-

I. .Voil.-e.' Bet'y To .tppeariTI I.-.r. wh..*. rf"-crn eitnl 'i'. I ; Could Mean The Loss of Florida's Electoral Vote To The GOP ,I j jII

,idilr>"'< i- :-:.11; K rf Il.Khu.it i ilii I
c o. Mildred Turtsky, Iru.klyn.IW: ; | i ,I
\ its; mighty hard to ]u.'lil'ethaL York. I II
hereby notified that a i isuit
Yuu are
,' I for divorce has been filed YOUR VOTE !IS NEEDED (
avrVrft! yoU In the above named i iII
will be careless with fire iu.hc I
people ) .! I CiMt and cause and you are re- .c.
qu.red to serve a copy of your answer I I

woods. Trees ] better or pleading to the complaint T. Frank.;: '" TO HELP ELECT ., .
mean jobs hunting( m the Plaintftorn"; ) .
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Landrum, Box tt;. Starke. Florida. Wy
and file the otg.nai: : in the off, e I

L!! 00l1 fi IS hill') and farm income..; .of n. or the before Clerk t'..f e lr>th-
tIjH; ; .said!opfessed'.<,">6; ComplaiT othewi"1 by '" 1'11.the will aH Lc s taktn tiors a of> i -\fl, S STEVENSON 1 I & KEF! AUVER :

p This notice shall be pubhsjifd o
l I once each week for four con ecut:ve 1'1' tr' ,. lIAIII
i Ae: weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
graph. 11, HIl) PRESIDENT: : i iII
I hated this 17th d.iv if <">.t l'r, ,

PROTECTION ON NOVEMBER 6 Charles Clerk A. Darby.of the Circuit Court : !it I For Transportation to The Polls Telephone 169 ,i. ;

Fy Marian L. Cnsl!,>, J.. pity: Cl.rk { I ,
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I \O1KK- -w"F.II !!:;';I (1',1.( ,Id<. Paid For by Bradford County Democratic Executive Committee) Ii; I

This space sponsored as a public service b> 15. T Thomas Lumber Company. ID (Irrult ('..urt. Bradford 'ouoer. I'' .'

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and Mrs.
Ray limes and
Uiumd Starling visited Ra>'.: I

deo. T. niothi-i, Airs. Lizzie limes, in NOW I
high springs last Sunday. '

County.tgrnt.t I Leonard\\'f are AIcKtnney sorry to of report Gainesville that !:i'i'I X11 You've heard a lot of rumors and

,, '. .111 ml! eithu.si- I
\\ i-k in T. s' < ? 1:1! l.lnz \ our I
is in the Aldrhua General Hospital : i''
,i,in. Th." A as my m ni.st attendance -
Kissing iioiif.h: Alab.LlIal1s- : where he underwent an ;:
I believe will takea
and it
sissippi, I>mi.si.ina and into Southern operation Monday. ;, misinformation
Tex,is is a great experience. while for that fire to burn out. I :
I Mr and Airs. Colen M. Ratliff in the about
Lest I ii'iget though, no places This National Conference for past
Sr. and son. Colen Jr., of Gainesville !i'' H
like li'.me and your own peo-, County Agents was held in Houston EAR
were guests last Friday oiAir. r
Me. Texas. Southern Louisianaand
I and Airs. L. E. Ratliff. II IIIrs. !
Texas have been in a drouth
I deeply grateful to. our '
am :\ Minnie Crenshaw of
I period for the past few Of Ii
people for helping make this trip I course we traveled the years.Southern Gainesville was the weekend guest I I what countywide fire control will
possible for me. While I was at route and know conditions only in of her son and wife Air. and I 'lIii
this National Conference, I tried '
Airs. soninlawand
Horace Cain
and I
to represent Florida and I did get these sections. 'I Air. and Airs. Lee "
daughter. ; :
for Bradford County. After we left Mobile, Ala. we I k
in plugs Dyal of Brooker.
did not see a pasture that would I Iii T HIS F
Governors from several states Airs Kate had Sun
Starling as
1 lalkt-d to us. The National Farm. I f We support saw a no cow green to 10 vegetation or 15 acres.at day guest her son-in-law and I and will not do. .

Burt'au president talked to us.Couple daug"hter11'. and Airs. Ernest ,
all. The only two major crop ,
of congressmen and numI I Ortagus, and their son, Alike, of ,I ,
sections we saw were cane
ben of other outstanding men gave J sugar Jacksonville. r ,
talks.A and rice. Deep canals had provided -
us some mighty good Rivers
Air. an.11'5.
'I George
water enough to make -
(person returning home from : those Cane is being I had as Sunday guests their son
crops. crop
a Conference like this is filled I II II I harvested now. The rice harvestis in-law and daughter. Air. and Airs Now Hear

I i just finished. Leon Ellington and two daughters <<,IlrA
of Staike. and Air. and Airs
I Our cattle are in much better
Maurice Kelly and daughter of
GAY'SHome condition than the few I saw. In
i Jacksonville.
i Louisiana, stock runs at large and
AIis. Hattie Lt>fevers has moved
the only hogs I saw were a few-
AppliancesYour over to the nurses quartet
backs along the highwayWe the FACTS!
I I since the death of her husband
Friendly always think the grass 1 is She is employed at the Florida
I greener on the other side. It is Farm Colony.
Norge DealerXOJIf.K nice to have an opportunity to grand .
I Air. and11'5. Gus Wynn of '
but in most cases, you'llbe
I Starke visited Sunday with his I,
satisfied and happy to get tack
S APPLIANCESM son-in-law and daughter, Air. anc'Mrs. w
i into your own surroundings. .
Carl Rroughton.
0 M.\\" WASHERS: M I
Thanks again to Bradford County We are sorry to report that

roi.EMAX HEATERS: ami !! for my experience in havingthe Airs K. Dryden is confined t< I I t,
TOOK FURNACES: opportunity to graze a few her bed at this writing. I
days in other pastures. I We are having some might j
We ('nke11 MakesOf good services at the Baptist )i I It has been !said that Clluntide Tire Control i is petitioned It has been aid that the plan i is to start off with a small tax

Appliances i ; Church farh Sunday. There wer i i Ii for and sponsored primarily by the large absentee woods. landholders for fire protection which will be raised every year after the
THE RIGHT POINT for the' !'('wral'lsitors last Sunday nigh' i i I unit gets into operation
:mde invite them and all other; !!i I 1h""I I in Bradford ('uunty.I I II
10starJ..t' way you write Our.p in and Seh.4 I
to ome back again. Rev. Ori: | '
l t favorite r.STiurKO.OK: !, I i'
Ilorul.i your Collins; pastor. j I THE FACT I IS that the county's sh are of this expense is fixed -
1 Fountain IVn. 1ELEGRAPH. AIi,:. Mandy Smith of Ports TIlE FACT I IS that: the petitions requesting: that Tire Control
I by the law and! cannot exceed: {two miIl.-.1hout 70 cents i
mouth. Va. i is i her brotheiienv lie the Nov Ii i ballot 'd 11!." Bradford
11111 I : : visiting! put on ( \\ t're.ig: ( by > un each Shown( of taxable piopert.v 'Ibis cannot be changed
I anl J sheet-In.1 .bat an a1r r "!! l County landowners representing better than 9)S ((100( :acre ofwoodsland. without a change in the Slate:; Law I

III ALVAREZ STORE i EtabliChed KS91* 11"1!''I 1, \\v Dyal.are glad to report tha'.luhn I I II II I Of thi> 1>IS 0(11)( ) a{'n'o'lIme: 17,000 acres represenlcd '

I I r Moody is much improve*' I: ( outride interestand: ;.11000)(} acres represented small i:
and was able to be at church I It has ht'enaid that tinder this proposal nothing: is promised
night. iPunchy I i I' indi\idual landowners.It :-. about protecting femes and farm houses front fire i, '

:MisKvlvu: Starling was the lguest I'I
WE CONTRACT FOR of :Mis. Vernon Slade of I I
I 1'1 I It has been said! that the absentee landowners "reside hundreds III
Hampton last Saturday. i THE FACT IS: that while the proposed fire protection unit Ii Iii
ALL TYPES OF BUILDING Jut' C.u', tt-T.ded services at of miles away in other :slates and are concerned aboutour i is I primarilv i a forest fire protection unit the record of operations :G:

BUSINESS AM RESIDENTIAL Cock Cit\ Church last Sunday I I county only as to what they can gain financially from Alachua Union IJaker; Clay or any of the other 10 I Il'''

REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES Till I!ring. -. I it. odd counties now in the program will show that many fencesare il'I''

': saved front uncontrolled fire each and that '
\OTK': in .i ri': .it jear frequently
FREE ESTIMATES ('....rl, llrnHford ('.
In Irnilt
Florliln In rhnnrery.Miip.Hil .UOI// THE FACT IS that the so called "outside interests: have farm buildings and even homes are saved \\ ""j"i'

W. L. THIGPEN JR. I U.: u.tld Hopper.ll"l'l.>< r Iwfendiiit.Casa. ri.untiff.. title to only 17000) acres or less than 23: per cent of the forest: service equipment can get to the scene soon enough ''I::

.. \u. 101S42tlrr total county acreage. The concern these: people hate for i
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Phone 297-J Starke, Fla. I ,<<> Tflijti the land is shown by the improvements that their landmanager
T"' Ilona.I! Hopper.hr. It has been said that house fire protection tax would be
Route 2, Box 2 5-D i -, .> aI"lIt :.",!I.. <.s i': 4'1':. lIy- I have made in these few short '('ars. Many of a
tax for fire protectionon
v .t\' Xcupert.i Oregon. more equitable and more just than to I
You are hereby notified that a these woodland acres were in very poor :growing: condition
I salt' .for divorce rare, custody when acquired. Uncontrolled woods fires were an annual ;
.mil .ntr..1 l of minor child
hi' In .n filt-d against you in the occurrence and "cut out and get out" logging was generally I
That's Our Business ,(above named Court and cause and practiced with thought to reforestation. But look at the its fire .
you are required to serve a copy of no THE FACT IS that Starke is already protected by

a s It It's Glass We Have It! corn-plaint i I picture today. Uncontrolled fire has been practically" eliminated department. The other towns such as Hampton Hrooker ;I
4 i on acres owned so-called "outside interests. Selective and Law ley and all of the rural houses must now depend on '
/ CALL WRITE or VISIT I,and\1'1.\\\ file the. Starke original! Florida the Tl-m-// I I cutting and the planting of hundreds of thousands of volunteer help if their homes catch fire. Under Count}.\\ ide .

: the Clerk of the Circuit Court pine seedlings have brought these neglected woodslands wouldbe '
Joe Peters Glass Co. before the Fire Protection, a pickup' truck and a power wagon
I ]is day of November 956: i 1'1 hack to full production benefiting the economy of all Bradford stationed in the county and both would have water tanks i

FOR ANY GLASS NEED i|'othorul i'i.mi'aintwill! i the allegations be taken as of con-said I I County.It and pumps for fighting fire-also: to fight brush and woods I 1

We i fed by you. fires a caviler tractor and plow unit would be in the county. "i
Design Modern Store Fronts !
I This notice shall be publ! h"done
Just Mail Us A Pattern for I *" each week for four consecutive This eluipmentOuld be available to fight house and building
Tele- habt''n said that the outside companies are now paving
i I weeks in the Bradford County fires too and would at least be able to get there in timeto
Table Tops i,graph. for their own fire protection but they now desire: the tax-
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville I I lu'.d,l this in day of Oct, !'' r. !save some of the buildings that are now completely des-
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(OFFICIAKSEAL) Charles A,Darbyrierk do it for them.
of Bradford County to ion.
of the Circuit Court 1 1Ry I I pavers 1 roved because they have no protect I

= Marian L. Crosby ::Clerk! ,I,
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r Florida Forest Service under a Demonstration Type Agreement range has practically stopped the practice of woods burning. ( '!

i pay .O.'l: cents per acre for tower detection service and Illii

,,I i I :Nr. [ : !it I'I! : 1 1IjI !' I partial telephone communications. They do their own fire THE; FACT IS that while indiscriminate woods-burning by Ili'i Ili'ifalUe '

I II :: :II:11'1 1I i 1 I ELI''i I fighting. Under Countywide protection they would pay approximately has greatly declined in recent years, there are many 1'1' ::

: E4I ;'i' the !same rate and would Keep their fire Hunting other causes of fires than for grazing. Woods fires are still '

d I equipment for use on their lands and those lands adjoining a major forest conservation: poblem. drive over any farm- II :
I !! to-market road in Bradford County \\ illhow what fire i is doing
would -
III I them. The (truth is that the individual taxpaver lil'I'
!, :: to our forests, eve. .ear. !
Illi IlliIII
I I pay little or nothing for this protection. Anyone whose pro

I perty is valued at SS: 000 or less or whose property i is a II oil

III I SELL YOUR PECANS I Iii' homestead of 160 acres or less would pay no tax. It has been said that countwide fire prot'dionImld interfere -

I Ii with a landowner control-burning:: his own land. II:'

i ii' THROUGH THE II I It has been said that outsiders would be brought in to bene- THE FACT IS that countwide fire protection does not I IJ! : '

fit from the jobs created by the establishment of a Fire Control change the rights a person has to his own land. Anyone can III''

Ii t Unit. burn his own land when and how' he wanjs without asking: i

I Gold Kist Pecan permission or getting a permit from anyone. In fact, the I//!.
: Growers Forest Service, if requested: to, will try to have a crew !standby I''
!, THE: TRUTH:; that usually when a county votes in countywide as a I safety measure when a landowner is control burning, II
I' I'' yI; fire control the only outsider to be brought in is the to help him out in case of need f I!
Ili' We Advance You The Market Price Whatever : ': County Hanger who, of necessity must be a man already '''ia"

'I li, trained in setting up and running a county organization. These are just a few of the many reasons you !should go to 'ii! '
1'1 I; the poll on Nov. G and vote FOR Fire Control for Bradford Illi
': It May Be I other persons: hired by the protection unit are local people.
lily I I I County. The increased prosperity it will bring:: will directly !I:'
I IIIi his statement it checking I
Anyone doubting can easily verify by '
or indirectly benefit even man, woman, and child in Brad- :;
IIi iiii, WE ALSO PAY PATRONAGE REFUNDS. 11',1' I I the personnel in nearby Union, Baker, or Clay Counties. ford Count I"'

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I!Fi:;;:jl You Cannot Beat This Deal Anywhere, Because :., ,!I.I!I:'Ij Ijl'l !,,:

I'' ::' You Stand A Chance To Get More For Your ':" '

,,I '':'I 1! Pecans, Even After Receiving The Market Price. 1'1 I':'i!;: Don 't Be Misled. Vote Nov. 6th

11 Ii:;I WE BUY ALL KINDS ANY QUANTITY \\1111 111 I'I' !, i For County..Wide Fire Protection.I

i I" We Have Receiving Agents At I !ft:' i
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I('':I::i Brownlee & Chasteen IIIII I ;:;i iI : A More Prosperous Bradford County

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f I ;::I I 31G E.; mWW LIE: ST. PHONE 113 STAHKE. FLA. : : !1"":::1 Bradford Soil Supervisors: )

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.' { ''I'd I it "m' hush Sun.ii\ : FOOTBALL CAME
..n' \hI.! R.F. C. llat\i-\ ,
"I konnllt'riding an'ek's revival in ,:: w r fv j4

Th. U'MU met a'
Monday night
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''imnh with an interesting :'iil I
":.'.Hi im presented by Mrs. Jesse ,Ii I,.,:
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-. ,.ft Mrs Orene Cowait Ar- ; "
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.'n.- :aid Drenda Forsythe, an.1 Ii
til >! lit :',
Th. monthly; Fellowship Mfet !Ii,' 1
v.i lil!>! be held Friday night. Nov t-
Ew-i'\une. is cordially invited ,, 'I TORNADOES S VS.
aiti-ml i iI it SEABREEZ E E E EI

ion ild Carter celebrated his!i
'11 h bithj.iy with a Ha'.loweenl I
!)1 wttiat\ his home last Sunday. I I
Joan Scott also celebrated heit,
ninth bitthda\ last weekHIGHLAND. t

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}I' Mrs. I.ncy NomuinfcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I I,::1:1H I 4 Friday November 4 2 f'J,, l I I

Mi an,) Mrs Floyd Norman of
Jacksonville spent last week with I

'heL Mr and M Normans Mrs. Donnie MoseU l I! BRADFORD PARK 8:00: PMADMISSION '

are the proud parents of a son i I'I'i
born Oct. 2in&, St Luke's Hos-1!
pita Jacksonulle.! Mrs. Moselyi -
is the former Ruby Austin She ",'
and the new baby returned home!] ",
.ast Saturday. ,'. !.1 I
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preached here last Sundi)' I I ,.

'ind was accompanied by his I' Home Games I Adults $1.00 High School Students 50c j I Out-Of-Town Games I ,
AifeVe enjoyed the two ser

nionseiv much. I I Elementary School Students 25c :
Mr and Mrs. David Kirklam ], '
September 15 -- BHS 27 Macclenny 6
and ihildien of Jacksonville, ani':: I 1 I i September 21 -- BHS Monticello 0 I : ",
Mrs Kathleen Norman and Children !
of Law leywere Sunday : October 5 -- BHS 14 P. K. Yonge 6 j I{ : September 28 __ Open j '
guesta of Miss Ruth Marr
Mrs. Eva Manning of Jacksonville October 26 BHS 13 12 j I II
I -- Perry
October .
spent several) days at the| I : BHS 0 Palatka 7 j .1!
Albert Norman home last week I I
November 2 .- Seabreeze In Starke I October 19 I
because of the death of Will Nor j I -- BHS 27 DeLand 13 '
man. j I I

Mi and Mrs twin Knight an,' I I, I November 21 -- Green Cove In Starke I November 9 -- KetterlinusSanta : AwayAway
hildien of Baldwin visited the I
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L M Normans Sunday afternoon i iOK I f t : November 16 "
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.House TtIIFI'll 11111 \... 1M.2: I, I
\ n i i* Iwr..h Bin til it 1-1K :
1'enunan.. Hie holder "f the f..l- :i
< "11111: ertifn'ates has filed
.ri.lu.it.fur, a tax deed In I.nrur.i ... :'I I !,II!
th.'reon. The rertifiriteiiiiubtrs ,"
and \ears i.f issuam. the
'I.l --. i il> 'toll ..f the pri.ptTtv. and the ''ll]
,',-,urn111! -which: is was as issed airL.Ilnn II1I Host Wishes to the Team Mow 'Em Down Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with jour presenceGAY'S l

I'>'11 t i.f. Ate N'i>. :3'!,
>......-ir. i iiiitmn..r Issuance fit Pronerly It'.lI G. J. McGRIFF DOYLE E. CONNER HOME APPLIANCES ''q I

:Ni, i.f S\Vt. ofsn'i andw't,
..t' Sla: of SK*. Hoc 1e;, T. Ii S Mercury & General; ElectricBrim Insurance & Real Estate Your Friendly :
I K, J2 I K.NIMH \ore;; DealerMajtaij ;ll;!,
in wliioh assessed tE..
1'1'11'I' : Appliances-Coleman Heaters
\II .f sud prnpertv being In the i III I
<'"' HV i.f l'i idtord, State of Flor- \ Floor .
,. Furnaces
< Bert all makesA ,
1 nl.si "',.'h oertiftate or rerli- ,
fi., "it..s 'hall he redeemetl ani.rdintl ;; Home the Huron I 1(1): Go; Get; 'Em. Tornadoes "
In law the prnpert describedn .
SMI li.. leitifiodte or certificates DRUG STORE i i.
.\\ill I. ,sold. to the highest bidder KOCH THE SUWANNEE STORE
it tin .( .urt house door on the -
f"i-I M .ud.iv in mi.nth of :Ni.\tiu- I
I.. r. I l'<:.r.; which Is tin j day ..f CECIL DOUGLAS) Manager Good; Team Like the Tornadoes
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>.it..l this !9 day Desenes) Your
SI'III'h.orl. of nct"bir. !9bi..i.i'F'It'I.tl ;; Support
!I. .ik "s..f\i'M.ll.lrl.v mi r ,in- ..f Compliment Of Western Auto Associate Store
,, Irad'i a I
I I I' lilt' I 1'1 I .d.
I". :: 41 :M I f I E\erjlx: Out For Tonight's Game! ,
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Warren's Super Shell Station it Ii :
Rest Wishes to the Team

I Best Wishes to the Team ANDREWS MOTOR CO.. :;;i;:

the Tornadoes ith jour presence
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r -t If I, Support the Tornadoes
jour presence Ifl j
i ii B. T. THOMAS
I I LUMBER CO. It Ini!!,

i Compliments OfT Compliments Of


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'I SINCLAIR (Rest Wishes From!|1.
Phone 121 Starke. Fla.
Rest Wishes to the Team DENMARK FURNITURE CO. )r
PHONE 218 I h I '


(j[) I Compliments Of .'" I I II

Wishes Team

The House Of Fine
DISH GARDENS I, Were Proud To He Tornado Boo t ersLAWSON'S Diamonds IIISlarke's

t Leading: \\eler lill\\
: Onward Tornadoes!

POTTERY il\\ Gib Brown's Service StationRest "H

Flowers WiredAnywhere !,I II Compliments Of ''N
1.1 l Come on out and tunM our team I '
"Ii i1 Wishes From Ml'N
Nona St. SUrkeFRIGIDAIRE !. GroW
,.;ii "WhereThl' Pecan Tree '!

I', BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN Support the Tornadoes with jour presence: ''Nn

Volley Starling's Grocery & Market

Let's Fill the Stand, for Toni ht\ Game;
S. R. JOHNS GROCERY Compliments Of

TilE 11KST-KXOWN FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. He: present tonight to cheer our buys to

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Get The Best For Lee Friendly Jeweler"Rest Rest: W'ishes: Team



GarageI.RICIDAIRE! ::! Union Butt Station I N

Wishes: Of

j Sales and Service : 'I Best WUhex Of K. & J. TRUCK TERMINAL Let's =Support the Tornadoes

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; \\e service' All Slakes of !.': Edwards Grocery & Market Garage & Restaurant HART FURNITURE CO.

; lectrical: Appliances

' 606 N. Tl"mple0.

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