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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Jim issioners! For Fire Approve Control Election Petitions BRADFORD' NIT:TELEGRAPH




the threatening hurl to Mr. Durban and Mr. Patten sc 5

I'P'I'l(?' Board n of County Com- the matter was laid over pending ... .Official County Publication Established In 1879

net here Tuesday a receipt of the objections in writ-

ern from the Monday"Da' 1 .......'.... -u -. ._. .. -. .n-- _- .. -- --- __u_ __ ____ -. .-
tined Ing.In ULU51E' '
Vice Chair. view of radio bulletins thata "' '' .r".T"() ST.VURK, KKOKIUA, FKIUXY, SKITK.MIIKK g, 18.1lt I .u NUMBER EIGHT

nnlldnyn over the tropical hurricane ___. __ ._ _' _
tt', In presided of great Intensity .
'
,:n, absence of Chair- was believed to be heading

'J Harrell. tn this direction, the Board re Bradford County Is Spared
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-cquesting a County quested the local American Legion !

V",? unit Referendumi Post to secure available shelter
/ (
accordance with Flor- for probable storm refugees and

I'atutcs:' was presented one"f sufferers, If needed As Gulf Hurricane Pulls ;

f vote was approv H. B. Peyton sent the Board a ,

Inferred to the County At. copy of a letter' which he had ,

for instructions as tc written to Commissioner of Agri-

I procedure. culture Nathan Mayo regardingan 'Reverse
r the enforcement, alleged dumping of silt by the Tricky Play'Bradford .

ISc, Enclosure Law, the Humphreys Gold Corporation and
advised that Itlit or a.e DuFont llmenlte Interests Ir

attorney duty of the Commlaslop- the state canal which flows County was wading out Thursday from its share of a double-

Lf f provide livestock! suitable from transporla-the pi Ithe I stated through in his his letter farm.that Mr his Peytor cattle a 4 dealing Gulf hurricane that kept half of Florida on pins and needles for three

\ it W apprehended to" \ Invarlabley become sick for a few : days.

J Impounding.Luc days each time they drink of the A. t .a

as the county doe water ,of this canal. The Boars Believed at one time to be in' the direct path of the battering big blow, res-
this
truck suitable for stated that similar complalnttMve
a
in, the Clerk was instructedle'rtlse been made by other peoplein r1 idents of this area did not breath easy until a 10:30: radio announcement Tues-
notice to bidders regard to this matter and several I
l.bld on a rental and also on Investigations have been J. II I day night that the storm had changed course after being stalled near Cedar

Lit of a good used truck /with made all of which tend to IndiCate ; Key for almost 12 hours.
able stock body. If the ofit to the Board that no real
.. v .
rental basic menace does exist -
to be on a and so no ac -' -
uld be based on a monthly tion was taken. CALL STKEKT presented a dismal picture as steely rains fell throughout Tueoday and Wednesday I Boarded up windows and other precautions appeared here for the first

J and if the offering Is for The Board reaffirmed Its pollcj Many storm closed at noon Tuesday as jittery proprietors hoard radio reports that the big blow was head I I time as bulletins throughout Tuesday predicted the 'cane would follow a I

ftlie down payment and de. Inaugurated some time ago concerning this way. "No business anyway one .storekeeper observed. an he surveyed; the almost lexerled/ street. :

I payments should be stated specifications for cattle ii -.D:2 j .. ..1"-"' ..... .......L ,,_ "'..,... ._ ?1"1', I cpursq, northeastward from
M !!." I" .. _
Ir.
Ip j. Cdr .....JkU. 4..*.. Gainesville" .
[Board was Instructed by 1U guards to be erected by its permission __ y; -, ..--' a
,
ey that under, applicable on county road rights of B' .. emerging In the vicinity of e

kw It has nothong to dc way and Its only policy regarding iLJ Jacksonville or St.: Augustine.This .

and 1 no power or control over those now existing on county road would have taken ttte

trf alchollc beverages which do- not meet the specifications. center of the blow directly

IdUposlton of such beverages across Kingsley Lake six

lirely, a matter of court or- The Road Supervisor was Instructed miles east of Starke.This .

he attorney said.. to require that all new central North Florida section

|U Durban accompanied by construction comply with specifications continued Us good fortune "

I Fatten attorney appearedtest as laid down July 3,'1950 however as the storm was halted,

|t a former action of the and was further directed to removeall (presumably by a cold air mass

1 In grading a county roa<* of those now existing unless coming in from the north) and

,gh lands belonging to the I they conform to the specifica made a hairpin turn, backtracking -
|r. Inasmuch as statement : tions. He was also Instructed tc down the Gulf Coast and dissipating -

I by the owner and represent give the cleric names of parties In. Itself In a series of gales

t of the Board were not terested in structures :which dc somewhere In the area between-

Mined, It was suggested that not come up to the speclfcatlon- Tampa and Orlando.If .

Ejection be submitted In writ- so that they might be notified t" < ;; ........'_ ."' .") .:.-. .. ..... ,\ __ .. It escaped, the winds, Bradford << -
[ be .1 ... ...> .,. -......., ". t "" "'''''''''''' County got its share of the
d that the Issue or issues and given suitable time to comply "'_ :-.:L < '''

fined. This was agreeable therewith. ........ --- .. ---n. ..... WT rain, however. It came down Ir
a steady downpour throughout
WOMEN AND CHILDREN predominated a*-(he first "refugee" began to arrive at "BKTTKR: : BE ,SAFE: THAN SORRY" was the motto Titus Olson pictured. above I In Tuesday and Wednesday. A total

ial I Security Changes, Effective Oct. 3, the National Guard armory before noon Tuexday. Coming mostly front poorly cwnslrurted front of his wetl-boarded-up business. building on South Walnut Sflreet.!! "Plate classI of 8,2* inches was recorded at

home In the low-lying area of the county, they were fed supper Tuesday the Hercules Powder Company
I Affect Many Checks To Be Larger .
too
; scarce expenselve t take chance with Olsen said "I'm going to leave Ralford)
night, bedded down, and! given breakfast Wednesday morning. Around 800 men, worn station at Sapp (near

Tuesday October 3, bigger from January 1, but, there's One en and children were sheltered In the armory, USO, and American. Legion home awaiting the boards up until we find out what that other storm lit the Atlantic Is going to do," during the two-day period. Skies

I i will be put In the malls for thing 1,0,000,000'ot them shoulddo the. storm that somehow got sidetracked. he declared. Several other Starke business house took the boarding-lip precaution. seemed to be trying to brighten
Thursday, but the sun peeped
,
000,000, persons-one In every meanwhile. "' !" .,.
7"t .... periodically and
imerlcans These are the whose ..:..... : through only
-already drawing persons .
."."M.. '''''''M. light showers were experienced
I security benefits. Jobs haven't hitherto been coveredby

'ir delivery will mark the first Social .Security: -mainly, house- .'(iT i'< "'', t1; ,. .. i :, Et' ..p r- t i r -5' during Observers the day.reported as much or

bit result of a new act of hold. 'Mrvantf, regularly employed more water In the woods than at

est signed by President Tru farm workers, and the self em any time In recent years and
making 30 major changes In ployed. a
woods, operations of the Hercules .
3-year-old ,Social). "Seurltytra. The thing they should d
118 apply for Social ,Security try and others were suspended during -

e most Important changeson account numbers by filling out most of this week. The Hum-

the old-age and survivors forms they can obtain 'at post fJ..Jt. """, ';._ phreys. Gold Corporation shut
...
offices. -- down Its ilmenite mining -
met operation a giant Oov- J4ee .. operation
S. YMk"r, -
"nt-run pension system em- After that, the 10.000,000 to be n..bllr.A east of Starke for two shifts

( over 48,000,00! people-ali newly covered can for the most Tuesday, not from necessity, but

third of the entire popula- part settle down to what the 35: ,* because of continued threat of the

000,000 already covered are doing; approaching storm.
toward their turns on the Bradford County schools closed
3,000,000 Initial! beneficiaries moving "
';.,.i5 Tuesday and remained shut down
receiving line by working t'I.
pension
them 65 widows
past .:
persons
_
...... ., throughout the week. Superin-
.
._
making payments-and of course, it ;:
therlesi children need do .
.. . tendent H. P. Morgan stated that
-J more than await the post- growing older. w.. "' .. ... Although the rains ceased Thursday -
..
arrival Increased The tax payment required will .r'" ".. .,
to get the i ...----- busses could not make their
be the same for all groups whr .
flee coming to them. '
TRAFFIC OV U.S. SOl thin flooded Internertlon" of routes over graded roads and attendance -
slogged through Avenue '
work for other people. The pres. Toniple KIN( SLEY LAKE WAS FFETKO heaviest ..
something, In most cases'a by winds In this an In above photo, would have bee
of 1'i cent on the and Eighth Street. _ThU trouble spot In. one drainage problem that the City of StarfcoiMipes veryopened.
went slice of earnings is reId ent rates per F.SPUt'y ami hf'lper.re seen tying up already sunken boat In the 8 .mll.. gale which The lost time will have
of the employe and 1H per cent on the Olin Stat. Road Department" will solve during the forthcoming widening of Temple
more than 43,000,000 sent whitecaps uplonhlng through the, opened. The out time will haveto
Americans the law employer will remain In effect until Avenue Stream" at lower left Is. miniature river flowing from armory and USO flooring of piers and loath hoimex. KlnK ley and
put
new because
made he
be said
other I taken I In this. area rose nix I Inches I I up
*ps on the way to getting 1954. But after next January property. a "straight up" during I the torrential [rtlN. state school law requires a mini-

OM for themselves some day. 1. thev'H- apply to earnings up tc mum of 180 days of Instruction.

,I ,will undertake" to a $3.600ye r instead of the pres- Around 3OO ," fearfulof
give "refugees
Serious Fire Jacksonville Rites School Guidance
Idea of what's wanted of ent 3000. II Storm Ties Up oter Reminded what might happen if the storm
when It's wanted and The self-employed, who make ur Halted At BrookerBy For Mrs. Canova, Program Is TopicAt $ continued Its Starkeward course

they may expect eventually 4,600,000 of the 10.000,000 additional i were sheltered In the USD, the
New Equipment Mother Of Judy Rotary Club
tin return persons to come under Social -I Work On Rd. 225Eight National Guard armory, and the

e "entual-return prospects Security next year, will paya I The fire truck, recently purchased Mrs. Henrietta Perry Canova Lawrance Gibson, vice City Election Legion Hall Tuesday afternoon

luittated by the checks that higher rate, 2% per cent on by the Town of Brooker, saw 78 a former Starke resident and of Bradford High School, and night. About half of this
W out a month from now to their first $3.600 of earnings be been radio and? guest speaker at the Rotary number returned to their homes
of rock have received Canova,
cars mother of Judy Voters are reminded "not
tc Its first fire service about 10 A M to for.
d workers over 65 as their cause they have no employers here for the start of hart motion picture comedian, died In Wednesday, discussing. the the city Election Following the 10:30: P.M. announce-
on payments for September. supplement their payments. surfacing operations on Road 225 Tuesday morning when fire war' a Burbank, California hospital emphasis that Is being placed Tuesday,' Sept 12. set for ment that the blow had changed
Employes' payments will be de. discovered in the meat cooler and guidance In Ute educational course. With funds provided by'
minimum-to-maximnm but work will be delayed until! Wednesday, August 3[). ,
for ducted from wages on a running hurricane threat of thin the county Red Cross Chapter they
each gram today.
retired worker will dries off sufflcently tc slaughtering house belonging to O
bed of
the road native
: Canova a
o to Us! ,50 and the basis, but the self-employed will Elmo State Road Department Mrs. was The aim of educators Is I seems to have sidetracked: were served supper and breakfast.Among .
average H A. Lake
begIn, W Barry. Crescent and moved to election In the'
> -when they City minds of moat the refugees was a mother -
H6, only once a year help the youth find his
1C stated
8 range compared with a | file pay their final Income tax return project engineer : The fire was well under way City when a child. In 1910 she niche In the scheme of things and It Is feared that some with a one-day-old baby, and
and, $26 In
*t. On average each March 15 for the precedingyear. yesterday.. when discovered. :with flames became a resident of Starke a July 1. 1952, the 225 Joins tate Highway 12 later moved to Jackson .. unless
Road
sum will Increase to the Their payment, covering shooting some 20 feet In the air years from being fitted into reminded. suffered a heart attack in thie
W to 5,5. There $80. 1951 won't be due until March 15 100 and 16. and traverses one of The alarm was given and the fire vllle where the Canvas (Judy holes, the speaker said. City Councilmen will b. armory and had to have medical
they figure most thickly settled farming Anna Zeke and Pete) got their .
the ', from four treatment.: First aid facilities.rovlded .
main 1952. the guidance Is still In aspirants te
Indeflnlt.ely."r of Bradford County.All truck, driven by Fire Chief Victor start In the entertainment world! program
Beneficiaries The new law contains some sections Infancy and many "bugs' .. Those In the contest are > by the Red Cross, the
will get big- of the Road Department Jones. accompanied by Volunteer over radio station WJAX. Bradford Health and
"rtf., too. The amounts unique provisions concerning certain operations yet to be Ironed out. James Lewis L. O Department .'
all Be detailed groups of workers It make In this vicinity were sus- Fireman G. W. Davis, responded Mrs. Canova who gave her strides have been made In and H. A. Bishop Jr., and volunteer'nurses, were on hand If

.wmple are In this space eligible for Social Security coverage pended this week because. of flood- Immediately. The fire was quickly children their early musical training years, Gibson pointed out. P. Roberts local automobile needed. ,
a retired work. time. ed conditions. In addition tc traveled with them on their The precautionary shelter work :r;,
He
'AI> wife who has herself for the first brought under control and ex urged a greter I
a5 (gets half Household servants (cooks. Road 225, projects being handledout professional appearances and moved of school problems on the part at the City Hall will re was headed up by A. J. Thomas,
uband (B as much as maids, etc.) don't actually get of this office here now include tinguished.The to Hollywood Calif., In 1940 the. public and stated that one ,,'open from 7 A, M until 7 Jr., Commander of American Legion -
) widow
fOUrths past 60 covered unless they work 24 daysIn tardsurfaclng 4.5 miles of road meat cooler was valued by when Judy began her film career the most serious matters now M. Post 56, and the refugeeswen '"

Willed to of what husband the same three months period extending from Lake Geneva In Mr. Barry at approximately $I,- Besides her two daughters and, fronting the system Is the brought. In by National 1
), and (C) single and Guard truck and school busses I
IInd.r> 18 (half for the same employer and get the direction of Smith Lake 000 and damage to the buildingwas one son she Is survived by twc crowding of the physical plant Held
as much as a .u Tuesday with volunteer drivers.
rather least $50 by that employer approximately one mile of what brothers, W H. Perry of Doctors casloned by the approximate
three-fourths the paid at estimated at around $700. Mr. Trouble experienced In bedding
was -
Road a
spent of during that time. known as the "Wright Inlet and R. B. Perry of Jacksonville Increase in enrollment at N. A. Powell,
a dead father) Barry states that without, the down the shelter-seekers
'tone work weekly If connecting link between Highway and sister, Mrs Herbert Starke school fall. f ....
Two days every Of
more thing about: bene- ofCeystone ,, Starke only 20 cots were available la t' "
the Melrose road south prompt action of the fire truck -
and
'counts The enough to meet the requirement; 100 Wells fo Jupiter. Mr. Gibson was Introduced .
hus- entire' Thomas st
d-lVif. benefit average for aged the number of hour worked does Heights.The hat and volunteer department, hl. Funeral services were held Ir Guy( Andrews, who had charge i'V <>n (Ned) A. Powell, Makeshift vicinity arrangementsmade ,
es Road Department now the chapel of the Wilson Funeral the for the day. of Tate .IB
on the rolls will rise to $7! not matter. work. residence which Is located very program Powell of Mac- however for the rand
ily will have to make 11 Inspectors and surveyors Home In Lake City with Ray and the late
from $41; a widow with Housewives office close to the meat cooler, would Avery Powell ill adults, and man' .4
1 every threemont.h. log out of the Starke on Lynwood Rowe, pastor of the .Advent Jacksonville, died
Alvarez
children will get as much reports and payments Street. probably have caught fire and Named suddenly others remained up all.' 'fI '
30,, Walnut of that
o next April South Christian Church Sunday morning
beginning following
monthly against a past been destroyed. Prevailing winds : In Acting Police Chief I Extensive daJn&ge"d
sum ot S85. on Social Security taxes for their city officiating. Burial was attack. He had been In roads was reported,

'de< the 3000.000 already servants. Special simple form Beer Dealers Given which were very light at the time I Oaklawn Cemetery In Jacksonvll Mayor J. R. Wainwright health for the past year. I outs much In ev*. .
1f :
r checks, there' one will be furnished for use In making CollectorOf were blowing towards the house nounced yesterday that A. L Powell was born August I were no major er :.'rt.;
By
y 710,000 strong who group these reports. The housewife Notice Mr. Barry was Very high In hie JUDY ANNOUNCE:J' varez, former long-time Chief 1881, In Catawba County County to be .f i

1114 break under the get an must match the servant's 1H per License DeadlineTax praise of Chief Jones and Fireman FOURTH MARRIAGE Police, Is serving as acting C.. and was reared In Starke. time, but ..om'I' "

I lIg1billty to start receiving'new cent payment; she can like any J. R. Kelly this Davis, and states that In his opinion Comedienne Judy Canova disclosed during the suspension of W .was the son of the late Dr. probably be r;
ns right other employer assume the whole I Collector the fire truck has already paid HoUywood Thornton. Powell and Lucy Powell. fields and pf
away Wednesday In
although beer
dealers that ,
d Powell lived In
reminded Glendale
cent due, if she chooses. week for Itself. Patrolman Matt damage t<
3 Morgan
married for
V make applications per licenses Calif., that she was
all occupational for
100 and ,
many years and
was
r licenses
to begin drawing checks., I I are due and unless renersred Mayor Hewlett 8. Andersor the foruth time ten weeks ago In served s* acting Chief of the Eighth Artil reported j

Oup:511, U made up of work. Revival ScheduledFor will become delinquent after October states that he has appointed s Mexico to Philip Rivero, a Cuban erly after Thornton's Band. U. 8. Army., for 25 wind Da ne '
has resumed his duties
) aged M (and their de- Butler committee to raise money for the Importer.The on .

ntt llIe) Who couldn't qualify Lake Mr 1.Kelly warned beer dealersthat construction of a fire station tc actress, a native of Starke night force, the Mayor said. ,.. besides his brother turn

t old law because they Starting\ Monday Sept 11. there 'unless their licenses are re- house the truck. R. E. Hazen l It said she has kept mum about the Recent BirthsRecent one slater, Mr. Fannie Hop- a seu ANY

ka pent halt the time .Ince will be, a revival meeting at the newed before October 1 It will b( chairman of the committee, andserving ceremony because a doctor advised
Social Security-covered Lake Butler Christian Church to have the license sub- with him are Clyde Cone no excitement for her births In, the services were held at

ilttke new law qualifies them The evangelist In charge of mltted necessary to the State Beverage De- Miss Lubedla. Plnholster, and mother who died last week. Florida Clinic were: DeWitt C. Jones Chap

If they. had .1!* quarters services will be Rev. Roy Miller of partment for approval before It Mrs. L. A. Mott. Miss Canova was previously Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bagget afternoon at 2 o'cl

'"oment month;, periods) covered Draper N. C. All surrounding' can be renewed. He advised all Mayor Anderson also announced married to James Ripley, an Army Starke a son, William Rev. 1. D. Haloes off!.,

communities are Invited to at tent' dealers to renew their license that G. L. Patten of 'Starke hat' corporal; Robert Burns Insuranceman on August 28.
:1q:: 'most' 45.000,000 of these po5 before the deadline in order to avoid been appointed\ Town Attorne) and Chester B. England, a Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hlckox was In therr,,

'...1'\cl.na 1&\ .,. directly remain.by a.amble many starting at 8 P. bias\ this Additional, red tape. for Brooker. I cosmetics dealer. Starke, a daughter, Cynthl.YvoMe. & in Crosby Lake c &, Starke, Fla.
,
nothing Is required, evening. on August 23.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
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PAGR ...u...
= ... E. A. ax and Virginia Thorn*, D.tend.
1If.
A.
-- M. Yancey '!.I l,,
Mre Norma I
Wsleh. Civil
Maurice anta.
Wingate. Yawn William If.W Acton Dl1ro.i Itxrr'
ELECTORS FOR GENERA L Kyle, Kenneth R. Owen Vlrgel Shaller' Elisabeth. Wainwright. E. J, tWynn J. C. Yawn. 101... W. H. Order of .HII_ .d 1""r. to da, n '1'
LIST 0. QUALIFIED : Kersey 1,1 bran Owen Mrn. Nora F. Shaller, Robbl I.. Evelyn Wynn. Jeanette Appear "" .,'r"J ". .....UUA TO, I',
ELECTION OF TIII CITY 0. STARKE. 'LOItIDA TO HE"JIEI.D I Kaufman John Warren Ormond :J. E. Mauve' Raymond J. WIesChester. r. Ward Mr. W. R. lawn, LilaernaeA. Mallory C. Tho.nl. .* ranldenca Al
Kaufman Mr*. Alice Owen., Oeorge D.oI..hmllt./ Cynthia I. Weeks. L.lla) Mae "'. IK South fiend., Indiana and Virginia.
A D. 1.950 :. Roland ::II... Jr. H. Young It.
ON THE 12TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, Wheeler Stuart M. Wynn, H. C. y"un". Jeuae YonngW Thoma whore r.lUncj 1* JLuke. ( .
l. Stuart, AI.K"lght. Theodore It. Young .i J. 'irrult .
Onwood Peek Clara Young
K.mey, t'I.K. vllle, Indiana. art.
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"Purrl, <*. L. Orlder, Ittifu M.llrirrin Knight, Merry, -. Perkins, Llnnl. Smith I .fI':.:.'. .Ios,.aW 1'a E. A You are hereby* notified that Itcbe.dal,, I." t'h.. ".
ii!. K. Hnarlnir, Karl P>. aaillt
V Heraldlil.ler. llollls V. IVrrynmn,
I Jr. Purrle, Norma :J. I hoe. been. In the abovenamed Jame"Lt'enr" yin*
( U. Kerrlran, Joseph Powell Cha J. "Smith Dennl Ji.Helph. at the In..ttut.d
.alvar .. Crawford JRmea lilt .. C.leliffr Mra. Perryman, Loin D. H. FOB CIT1 1> ol.l to the hlKlieiit bidder court all'by the above .
.., N. leliter Kllllniowonh LEWIS: ANNOUNCES: : the flrnt M"- against. 1
Andrr f&S .. Helph. Delore Chart Hou. e door on named plaintiff Mallory C.
Merman Kv: lyn O. Parka, l l-thrl: K.
( ,
,, : ; Clement w. month of. October I960 and Thoma "ahl.\! !' ..
JUoJ"rm Uronll, )oJ. M.dreen King Truman I'xrke. W. R. HchuU, Mabel COUNCIL II the Th"m. Vlrllnla an A
kinK, L,nix Cook, Alva A. which the SnU day of Urtulior defendenta. the U Y
I I. 1
Ad rrk. Itnna. <:. Mlsn Thelma King. Maoon Phillips/ : 10'. Hlmpnon I.. I. plnln Jam< I i iNew' PI I
,"nd. Kite, KunlueK l'hllllIIIr.,.. Rosa.Pvarcn Hlmpson..Lapra R. that I am a '""". tiff on a promissory note entered Ir ,
Don
to announce August
'"* r'hamplon I wish noih Day of I executed. and delivered .
.AlvHri-s. HmHh Leonard ..Ir"rl..I. listed this i Into to the
vonnrd M.Poison Doodman, Mr*. J>:lul.* ..lly, Uu* Mrn. teethe F \
jS.ndwr'Min. J. I. C'oliion OroHM, Ann I'lyda O. BmlthIrN.. Leonaid. F. candidate for re-election to the 1010O1'FICTAL. plaintiff' at It. 1 place of bualnen* the Von, .,
M. Pearl ,
.Alvnrea, VonccntmlrcWH. Olllen Hal. P. Long, Cornelia Peak Priest. Sire Clyda Jr. ol ( I'II' AI.) A. :J-,7h'V8"i .lot clay of n..ber A.U. 194H.n1'olatku tube,
14.I'hamplon election tl
Poburn Amy the
Council in '
Sire I lOclllhUlvari' : City circuit, Court of 'JradfoHCounty. .
No111vanLnnnle D. Clerk of
Lorraine VIII..n. Mm., Hal. P.Andr.w Lung, T. T. PaulA, Con' i-
Atvarna, 11,111.S..II.. (Cutchen hnhert, K.Conway :. Ooddon, .Mania. Louie. MrwlnIjewln Powell. Mr*. Mildred K.l:4tudHtlll.: Mr*. W. .1. September 12. If my fellow Florldii. 91.41-tIU| | I And you and each of you are her. 550k.. ,I

., 'lOrroIlAnrlerijon. Huby: flood mu n, / James Powell, Ned Htutlntlll, \V. J. citizens of Starke do me the hOlfor heel, hy required to appear In said Court I Khalifour
T. I L. U Powell, Maria Htewart John' H. Of % plica I Ion Far Tat ,
Coleman, II. A.Ooran (1111 W. Libby : \otie p and cause October 9. 1000, and'
: Alice A.: Mm., Snrahinran Urlder: .Mr,:*. R. II.SUSiErJ Lennon: : K.Lunnon Peek, H. 1.. Jr. Stewart: Mr*, .lohn; II.Peek of returning me to this responsible Notice In hereby given' That ". It. then nerve your answer or other da.fvnuA to.. a,
,*.mtrr on, Uniirne Klvla Mr. Myra D. "'Hmlth Mr. Mhl of the roll..wInl W
} eckham the
( ilaOolnnn ) effort h"ll.r the plaintiff*
.. on attorney
I'v.: r will continue my an
'\"I""n' William 8, Hoover. J. O.llemlnKway Landrum T. Frank Powell Wm. C. ( Hllly Khleld, Pail position m curtlflcaten filed sold cerllf by law otherwise I at SiOFPli' i
An.lr'wK'1I1'.mlr.iwWcnlfV,'" Maude.lloxnmlcr. I* fovlnalon, I'r. A. Y. F. O. Landrum. Mrn. T. Frank: Powell Mary'Harriett Shelldn I Mr. Paul to render the bent service of for a tax docd to b" l.HUdtherenn. ; will.,* entered against defaultJudgement lII'u.I. .
: C'ovlna-tonMnry' C. HayeN, I:. W. long Richard II. I'll Hum, E. I. Sullivan. HaroldSurrency II vote The certificate Number* each of ( .
,. :Mm. Ada.l.ijiiinitrr. WoudrmvSurrency which I am capabje.) Your the dcncrlp- you. I u I
CummlnIC"'III.rl'8 Ilunvvr Ktta' Lawson, H. A. I'nllllin) F. J. and Year of Innuance, :
.-.. Wlltnn., lj. R. Hoover. DeliaHayneM Ijtwson Ada M... IVMum Mrn. "'. :J. JCIsluShenpHT'l and. support will be greatly appreciated 11 on of the. properly and the nam... Wln.... my: hand and seal of the Rv HI *
",%A.Dlnuall, Mrnf Maria-Chambers rutChamber, Mrs. L. B. HopeHaym Lewln, Mr. Thelma L, "I'arker, Ma.Larantaux . ., Mrx. Knl" In which It wan. anH *H.d are. an follow ... at Klarke, Florida, 24th John /
Chi'lstlant.en. JfhnAntlvr'im. Ruby A. Mr*. Theleria Peek Frances. "Spence' Mr. Hert *: Certificate No. 73. Year of day of Auwunt A. D., 1860. .nl..1. A fnrafl
Alvnrex; Mr Corln.Jr. Chrlntlannen. Edith Hart W. 11. Lloyd, Ethal: I'liuncr. J. ..V. Spence, Hert (Adv.) James A. Lewis Issuance June 1, A.)). 148. DesI.IvingxtnnrTruby. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Attys
W.,
A. Cole, Alice K.lAlvaron Howe, J. It. Lamb", Mrn. Ellaabeth Patel. ,, Van D.Luwson "Spence" Myrtle Ix>f nilc SI. 1
Albert, .litlla. Cole, J. UAnipraien Hulto, U 8. H. 1'endJirvln, 10.: :J.I'owell Sca.rbro, H. K.Scarbro / : Co1* Add tlon -
B. I. OuranlaCarler. Katherln.Arnold Motto Mm. T.,. 8. Lawon Mr. K. O0orae C. DeKlta: TO TIlE'OTEIL... AND to Starke Section 28, Township 8
Mrn. A, <\ Halle. W. O. haw Mr. Milan: )I. Perryman Comer: P, Stern .;o"IH. South, Range 22 Kant. Name In
Joseph. Jf.. Crawford Cummlmjn. F. M. HallH. Maude C.d.vdrewc Lee, Ij. 13.Lanslnir Parker Charles. C. "'Smith J. W. CITIZENS, OF STARKE: which Annexed Jim Wall. You
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% J. Crawford, MsIty Hartman. Albert.AdnmN Mrs. E. E. I'resnley Annie' Ma. Smith Mr. W. 8.Simmon No. 73. Year of Tsau- Depend On Your
tome Hartmnn, Elsie I.appe, harry Vy.Lappe. Phillip, Ernest: T *, B, K.Slmmonn candi- Certtl..al.
JT. It. ropeland. C. Y. : : : "I hereby announce my A n. 194S. Descriptionof
J.wel H.Campnr, C. C. Hart. 1'Mna Maud T. Pollen, (I. L. Mrs :Janice 1 Lot d..crlb.d/
Anilrnwn, Mrs Hall. "Hhelll Law, RlanchardLand Patton Mary C. "St.' John Richard ii. dacy for re-election as a memberof Property: a
Mrn. Norma J. Carpenter1. >. W. 57 }'..*a 149 ... .
Adam.
.. rciliiibeth r Carpenter. Marjorl.. V. Hemlna-way, Mr*. Sarah: Martin. Perktna John Slade, T. H. the City Council of Starke. Township South, Ilangre. 22oEast..
Ani.re L'rowell R. O. HemlnKway I... O. and, Jetty Ruth Patray.. Ernie. D. Blade, Mr. T. II. John War- WATCH ?
Auntln, 10.Harry H. Crowell Edith HemlnKway. Annie Long, Marian. 1>. Peterson James. A. "Small' Cleveland "If re-elected. I pledge myself tc Name 'In which. Assessed: .

Anthony : HaKan DeliaHouston Long, Kua-en." M.Lablne J'lek..lt. C!. W.Plckett Slock. Merth. and sound All'of beingIn the
Anthony Mm. Harry Harry H.Alvnrea L. Mr.. C. W.Parker "Stock' John continued progress ald property
May ,
:
Jr.
'R..lf. navln, U A.. State t Flori-
Alvare, V. Eaele| D. Rlohard J.Littles William W Simmon. James F. government."Your' County of Bradford *> 'When make
Mr. Ruby .Davie. M. M. Holland. Lablne, economy In city you an appointment for
Hae Clifford :Jr. ) I.llarLegseft Prlent Mr*. Nona Simmon. Stephen K. a
< T'avln. bee PrrrymanParl will be "irnlen certificate or ..
and such
Andrew, tuyAlbrlKht vote support .rUr.
T. B. Katie Ma R T. Smith Austin C.
,
t'ardln Prevail time
,
Albert >y. Chan.Demi'rent -ARE YOU THERE
.. "hall be ON
>hrlil.e, ll->ward M.Akrldve. R. P. TTaynen: O..orlll'la K. Leer Jo. Prevatt Mr*. MargarstS'nls, Roy greatly appreciated.Adv. cate law *the property described In much TIME
>IUKhen Km maHayne August B. Pelham Elisabeth Sullivan Mr*. II. B.
Annl. Lapp. .. be
arby, -
Mary J. navln. R. J. *: Sarah Hop Little. *, Tobl. Pooner Mm J. W. Stubbln, Dr. R. P. ( .) Lucian Hazen. certificate or certificate. .11 the watch is
It. bidder If
Janl l right
Avery. Mary Ola. Lawson W. Stubbln Mr Alice old to the nlirhent your you are on time.
Andrew, KlliabethAlvarel Davis, L.UCIII. Harrlncton tirf.: r. :r.'I'i.JM; : : : George Court House door on the fIrst Mon Mae
dye :J. T. Sllcox. c.
T.. H. Davie. I ne. Lawson, Notice 01 Application For Tax nerd day In the month of October 19BO, are always on time by having your watch
Demorent. Verna J. Hunter, E. D. I.alnns. Oust Phillip. C. M. Starllnc IrisStronar That. T. J.Alderman snlf(
Thelma P. Notice la hereby given 2nd day of October
,
.Alvarei which I I. the
work Is
all
Ij. H. Doll, DamonDenmark.. Haffan, John TAHutchlnun Living. OlenLee Partln. rharlea S. Harley F. the holder of the follow fully guarntee by expert
-"OI.tln. responsible
,
T. M. Melha 8.Peteraon Stronir Mr.. HolonSchaefer 191
Margaret Partln.
KmllyDuncan :
"aid
filed certificates of August
,Ander, Carl Mr*. Thomas F. Mrs. R. 8. Cha :J.Swlndall. ingcertificate nan Dated this 10th Day
.jlkrld*, Curtis K. U. Hutuhlnun, Annie Lewln, for a tax deed to be leeuedthereon. watchaersl
Duncan Mr. K. O. Lundn, Leona N. Peteron, R. O. HomerSwlndall Numberi 19a0OFFICIAL
,Arnold Maryon B.Aoolar : : The certificate Thoma
John Darby John M. Herlonir, J>r. M. B. Little, Oorg* H.Legett. : Patel!, June V. Bette and Year of Ineuance, the description ( ttLourt'of'BradfordCounty
> M... Jean Houston. Mr. Hilda Addl Phillip. Juanlta. Clerk of Harley F. Strong
-"qular. Mamie Lou Darby, of the property an'L' the name Florida. 911.41-9122! JewStarke'
HardlnK Mr. T. B.Ackerman Little, lola Pearson. Ruven Turner. Roy V. ,
-"ek.rm..n.. Ann M.Fred Pink ,n., Mr. L. F. lit whlrh It was ass..axed are a* fol-' ,
:J. J.Tlnon. .
(Thelma) Ilammelt. Moe Lee C. It.Llnsln Preston. JoePuvnley Truby of Certificate
Andernon'Mr W. :Jr Dlnklnn I* F Holti.ii.lorf, KthelHoltxendorf O. L.Llnnln John V. Ill flalll.Thompkln low.: Fractional part 31, A.D.1D47. In Tie Clrc.U Co.rt Of Florida Leading Jewelers
A. of I..u.nre May ,
No. 80 Year
Since
T. V. Denmark\ Claud.Attaway Hen Mra. O. I.. ., LI..I.L Lot .: .dl.,.. Clrc-l' !. sad For 1941/
of Property:
ttaway 8. Dennl, J. H..Atvares Hartman l.oyre. .wl.. Elmer IS.Lewis :. Quigley J. T. -Thornton, W. H. Description HubDlvlxlon Bradford foantr. AI... T.Olobe 187 West Call St.
Mary l L of Blk 1, Sunny Arre
Jame. 1 Obey Hartman.. KddyHaien : Pace. Mr. Mlnnl. W. Thom.*, N. N. 6 South Finance Co./ Inc a corpora 84he.
,.alvare.,, Arthur" B.AkerlriK T'eHiie.. Jme. Mr. ClaraHolllnifiworth Lillian: 4UIII'I"Y6. H. :Jr. :Thornton: : Mary Range Section it Kat.: Jl, Name Township. III which A.-, tion. Plaintiff v.. /Afallory f. Thorn-
C.
( F. Lee Thilma L. Thoma, Mr*. K. A.
lussl
M... Curtis burden Mrx. ( .
*. An.. eioed: H. A. Manaeua.Certificate
Hoi, Pow IIn 11', '5. J. Holllnuswortb Mr. Hitch :J. H. Thorna. Robert L.
Anderson klhrlKht. "HamuelAn.lemon howling donna M. nl. B. McMillan. Merrill Rohlnnon, ,1. W. Thompkln.., Inex (Mr*.!) No. 66. Year of Inu-
M. F. Mr IvaMcKlnney Rltch Herbert C. Mack) once May at, A.D. 1948. Description>
Darby. Mr. Cha. Ilasen. MCKInn y, W.C.T.U.
Lyle Denmark R. O. Halstlnitn, Jam* Melvin Itltch;Teabelle'. Tlson, Mr. Theo. (Laura of 'Property: Lot 7 Hlk 18 N Heno SERVICE
.aibrlwht.. Albertar nwllnTWilliam K.] Hough ... U McKinney, A. M. Kay Olive K.. :Thorna: Mr*. (lady. l S-D "Heo.' 11. twp 6 8. Range 22 Fl. V\1RE
,.-alviire ry.*Louie., U. 1 (Billy) Maine/ lewl. D. McKinney: Mr. A. E. Reiilnter, Freeman Thoma: : *, Cecil I Name In which A..eHed: honeJones A LONG HARD PUL

.ti..rss' Mr...*R. L. nahm.r.. W. :J. Howard V. K.Dahmer McKelvey J. A. Bitch, Evelyn Thoma, Mr._ Dorottifl WILL DE A LONG PHONE 189 STOl
Hernardln Haeen I.. O. Mclntyre, T. J. (Mrs.) .f..t"M.I.frrl.\ : W.Neli. Certificate No. 67. Year of Issuance "I
TYroiwnlee, If. TJ.Itliihop. Dampler.. Rhoda Z. }!Irian Mra Frankle )f. McKelvey I Frank : Thoman, George May 31, A.D. 194S. Dem-rlutlon PROES, BUT OUR. CHIL
H. A. nixon, Mrs Katie Harrln, Williamltrowntoe 1 MoKelvey Mr. J. A. Richard." HarriettMcRae :Thoman: : : % Oeorfre W.Thoma .. of Property Lot > Tllk 18 N HenoHubDIv CHILDREN WILL State Roads 100 &
Etta. lion n Is. Mr. Myrtle. K. }Inward, V. U. (Mr.) R. a. Redgrave: ; A. \V.McRae *, ;. VioletKeriarave "Section' II. Township DREN'S
faal,.y, O. I. Dowllnw. Ernest :J. :Jr. Howard. Joe: A. ., Mrs. Ethel Minnie Thoman. :, Fll ..b.thMrl'l..llan. South, Range H East Name. In COME TO KNOW THAT TOTAL STARKE FLORIDA
tb>M*>ley, flertttde.f Durshlmer' Frank. t. Howard.: HeuluhA : T. A. Reda-rave" John Thomaa" R. M; which Aenemied: Jan W. H..1 I IN NOT FANATiCISM
+yne, ISdwardInrtiM Doyle, Mllderd O. Harrl, W. O. McCall. Helma R.dgrav., Lois (Torod) Thoma, PloyMClntoxhTillman All of Kald. property .. In the ABSTINENCE OPEN 5 A.l TILL 1 P.M.
llHHHlt Duyle Howard .i.IId'Ma. R. Reynolds, Mm., L. A. Thomas, Mr. fester I*. County of Bradford Slate of Florida. I OR ASCETICISM BU
W.J'IIPt.{ {.. .1. A. Clyde Torodev.. 1':. Jr
Itronka, llerthatlarvfoot Denton, ) Ma arDeHu ,McIntyre Rowe Unlace Much certificate or rertlfl- SELF-CONTROL 'F .
RATIONAL
I*. M. ImvlK, Jean P. Henry A. H. McDavld. Roy Rowe, J. B. Thoma, Reel eaten ehall be redeemed .according? to i -
Haretout' Hi>acyTinrtiHv ampler, R. C. Halnten H. W. Mclntonh. J. W. Rltch Carl Thomas, Clyde Nelle law the property demirlbwd In such REGARD TO SOMETHING. TiE Pure Tires Tubes
florae "w. Ii.ihhH, Alton Haven, W. K.Holton. Mclotosh Allc. JUt<'h. Mr. Ruby Tucker H. K. certificate or certificate will be Batteries
Taseenl. W. A Jr.Mm. Do him. Nlta, J.: r>. McNelll l, .TM H.MoCarty Robinson, Blanch Wynn Tucker, Mr*. KThomas E- cold to the highest bidder at the USE OF WHICH FOUGI ,
Hrnham' W. A. Davie, teeter Holland: I Eleanor: *. TV. E. Richard, H M. N. H.Thoman. Court Houne door on the first Monday WITH UNTL DANGER. And AccessoriesLet
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Ylritwn, Mr*. Florence; ; B.tavla, H. Harris. TrumanBryant McRae, Mra. Donald Raymond: Paul Ovid In the month of October 1950,
Mr.. LlwxlelioaKent r>.val, Pet Hutto Oarnlta. McKlnney A. K. Jr. Raymond Ethel Thoma A. C. which la the 2nd day of October I960.Imtort BY THOMAS BARLOW, ,.
Mr. MaryItnrney nrl .rn C, A.Darney Hough: Mr*. Alma I McClan. T K. :Jr. Rltch, N. T. Jr.fcClane Thom..... A. J. thin 90th of August 19(10.OFFICIAL. ( PHYSICIAN TO QUEEN .VIC-
: lina Klnle P. Mr T. K. :Jr. Rnenber, Sam. Thomas, Eva Ma. lay
: Mr. IllnnyiHnrney Lois \V.Dyal. n. > J. Thomas
(
tattle O. Walter H. Fannla4cRae Thoma. Victor C. Lbou TORIA KING GEORGE V. us SIL-I.KLEEN
Mrn. G. W, ) Mr. VldaDouarlaa Hathcock. ifuCarty, Ronenberir. L'lerk of Circuit, rt. Bradford your car
.Ititttla MuliellOitrkndale :J. K. HenryMre. A. II.Hulto Donald F. Rowe, Claude Thornton, M. R. County Florida. |LU93Notice | > and KING EDWARD VII. SIR
('. O. DouKlaa, Tva M. O. P. ricllrtrf, Oreen Jr.rlcOrlff Ronenbersr, DeliaRowland Thoma, Frank P.Thoma by the new Silicone process The new

arknilalc, AI... VlrgrleItryan. Duncan T. I.. llobbn, J. C. G. J. ., R. R. *, Mallory r. THOMAS BARLOW DIED IN way to lasting car beauty. $7.50WATERPROOF
DeedNotice ;
Mm. Julia Duncan. Macell. Q. Hobbn, Olndy iiMlrlff.! Lee H.IcVay Rowland, KlneyRowe Thoma: Virginia E. Of Application Per Tat 1943 AT Tim AGE OF 98
ttrown, filbert Dodd, W. J. Jr. Hickey, Elma Lee U C, Sr.rlcCondlchle LJtsMl Thoma: Walter la hereby given' That T. J. Corrosion
Heaver, Jerry Dodd Mr. W. J Jr. Hardy: Charle: H. H. Hohln..on. Alvin Thomaa, Sadie T. Alderman. the holder of the following YEARS I Re'p
Hnford, R. C. Duhart, Annie Ma Hardy Juanlta M. rlclntyre. Wilier Ma. Robbins, Irwin Thormiueat Jennie City, of Starke Ta certificate
ftnford., Mr.. Irma Davl, O. W.Dtirnhlmer Holllday Arthur N. dcKnlicht, H. U4cKnlht. Rea-lster, Freeman :Jr. Tenly Ertmond D. ha. filed. laid certfl..al.. for a tax
ttnrney; Ma Ma. Mr.. F, L.PrlKKers. Harton. O. K.. Mr. B. I* Roberts Roy Tenly Louis deed. to ba I..u., Th. certificate -
Amelia C. Henley Calvin Irene V. Ray Richard Thoraplna, Areula Numbe. and Year of 1.-
.. cVay,
..rid. s. H. UtrlilvHH .
Haley. Luke C. Rhoden, W. C.Rhoden Thornton. Elbert Earl .lIao.,.. .. .. of ro- ..
( Mrn. Lillie Hi-Hue, Luke itoVay which '
ko: --
Itaaver Sunle. 'Davie, Lillian' Halsten LTowntoe. J. W. Davl, Ronald (t.Dohhs Hardy, :J. fcRae, Oertl F..fcl'ulley Roberts J. P. Thoma, A. :J. :Jr. wan. aenned are a. follow: Certificate
Brown Mildred 13.Tteker U. J. hardy. Jo KllaHudson. ,t.lnnl Robert, Leola I P. Thoma, No. 8. Tear of t.euanceMarch
Mr*. June Dobltn, Mrs. Q. :J. M. F., Sr tcNelll: :: Mrs. T. H.'' Hosier, Mrs. N. e. :Jr. Thoma: : B. .4D. 29, 14. Description of Pro-. 120 N. 8
......I.n. Johnnie W bevlln (,. K.Devlin H0lryrnt u deon.. Mr*. M. F., Sr. 4cComb, Jack F. Rosier N.- B. :Jr. Torode. Mr.. Lula perty Lot Block 87, LI.ln..ton.Truby' MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE
It. F.Itarden Anna Belie Ilufst.tler Lloyd ilaComlv (trace R. Register, Mre. Fre.man Turner Robert V. Company'. Sub Dlvlnlf to CIC St. n
Ora Mae deal, Herbert Hur.t.ller, Wllma McMillan, Mr. Hanson. Jr. Thlgpen W. L. Jr. Starke Section 25, Town
Vllamftr (floorv C heal: ISvelynDacey Howe, C. R. R. Hitch, Mrs. Carlyle Thomas: : Dan O. ship 8 South, Range 19 .:a..t. Nam.
Brown, ('. John iJ. How., C. }t., Jr. McKlnney. Ann Rowe, Mr*. Ola Mae Tyus.: H. K. In which A..e..dl: Homer WIlam.. GUARANTEED REPAIRS
Brown, Mr. Florence A. Davl, Rmory A. 1(0w. Marian K. McKinney Rail Reynold, Sarah Tyu.'Mlnnl. t,. Certificate No. 9. Year
ttl.hop, H. A. Jr Davl. Vlda I.lAirney Hall, Lee McCarthy James H. Reynoliln, E.. I>. Thoma, Delia. once March 29 Description: ofProperty
(}. W, Dpuitl' H. C!. Hutchernon, ICIory McCllman\ Mary. A. Hushing. Mi*. U L. Thoma, Bernice : Lot !rf4lo 4i, LivingatonTruhy .
_Marlon: J. t;. Donovan, LilianDowltnir Hernwall. Pearl K. MoVay Lena E>. Randolph A. R. Thoma, James :. 8ul> Dlvl- Watches, Watch Bands, Clocks, Jewelry, Pens, -Lighters -
_rton. II. A. Durden A. C. Hernwall C. B.Ha McO*, Joneph H. Rushlnir L, L. Thoma, Annl. lon to Town of Stark Section 84, .
Ttotnnetl, Louie J. Durden, Lmlra sen, V. V. McOee. Nela Mae Reddlnir Loul Thorn., D. L. Townrhlp a South Range S3 )o ".t. r
rneiky, Louis A. Dye, Clyde. H.DeMue '. Helen Cleon Manaana. }I. A. Redding, Jewel E. Th lupin. Mr. Mildred : which Aimveseil: Julius "Your Printed Factory Guarantee-h Just Like Money To Mel'/
Rlnhop Mr*. II. A. Jr. Clarence Hall Edward' A. Matthew. E. 8. Robert. If. E. Thoma.., Kddl ftTe.r.In
A. 1J.: A. Dansby, R. O, Hall, Mars-uerlt; N. : Mannlna1.. Della Robert, Margaret Thoman. Mallory. :Jr. property being In the
poker, A. R. Dansbv. Mr. FrancesDowllna Hancock R. 1* Mlddleton, W. B Robert. Joseph M. Thnm... Lora Bradford State of Florida.ITnlesn Ray Marlin
lAirnett Hal ;, Marjorie M. Hancock. Betty Mlddleton Nolla Ross Dorothy Thoman" Lola such certificate or certificate -
", ..".r. Ruth R.Tl hell Bertha Lee Howard Thomas MldiUeton, Madge. Hosier, M. K.Ronler Tomllnnon Mr.. :Jo. P.Matthewe .h..1. be redeemed accordingto
.11, Margaret. Drnk., Mr. R. R. Howard, O. d. Ida Louis. C. Tomllnson Jo. P. law property. denurlbed In ---_-__ -- --"-
ftnrdette. ... S. hrlg era, Mr. onnl. 'Harrell J. M, Mitchell I 'MP'I.; I. Rltch, Loren. Such certificate. or certificate will
Brown, f. l>. Dorothy Harr.ll! .rd.. M.Henderaoni Marr Ml... O11I- Rouse, Jo.Rhoden tTglow :JohnMundy
Xrown, VMell brew. Jarne ; : 13. B. W. ,B. Jr. Lonsy riid* Bryant Mr*. R. F. l.r..w.1IIr.*. Jame Hendesron K. Q.Hofmlter Mundy Mr.. Leila Roberta Vance, W. t1n Ttnlllnitton :J. H. Dyal, II. O. W, B. Metthew, B.] Ij. Robert, :Joseph A. rndoj-hlll 1.! Margie
liner*,_L.:tie M. riot _... r.ewEpperson. Mitchell, Luella Robert. p. T.
*tlxm*. N. I... Jr. ( Teona Hamilton. lOrnent Matthew. Mr. Haiel Robert. M... Beatrice Vlnnlna.. Mr... L. D.
*\'*)*.. 'Mr. H. T... :Jr.ITroadway Kilwarils: W. M. Hamilton. Myrtle Mananna. Mlna Robert. Julian P. Vlnnlnn, I... D.
Ruth Edward, Ruble Mae. Halsten :Julia Morgan, M. M. Robert, Murrell Vlning J. C.
Broadway II. C. Edwards. Mr. Dell HoKan. H. O. Mellon, Clarence; Ron. Mr*. Florenc.Morvan ; Vanpfy, Oeorge It. F I
Ill nun" htoiiert. K.ttlalr Rppnrson W. :J. Jr. Iloicnn, Elisabeth Mrn. Mattt. L. Ki*; Mr. W. U K.ppBrson: DorothyKdwardn Hembre., Mr. J. M. i Mott Mr.. Maud Raven Butah. VanVleet. H. N. i
Brown, odls HI.Tburw.ll ]. : J. M. llembree I>r. J. M.Holme Manlre, C. O Russell W. D. VanVleet. Mr... II. N.
I. Kenneth t* Edwards, Lnc'lleKnullnh *, I.enwarlDarw.ll Manure.,. Freda. Revs RoMnnon Evelyn Vltsky. Philip
Cleo R. II.KnNCllnll Holton, Mr. J. a.HutchliiK MarUnes, Joe Rufln, Walter
Trenton, 8. Jackson Sr. Leona ft.Kdwurd *, R. R. Marline. Nellie ItKddlnh, Pet (Sheriff)) Wall W. I*
_.w.U. Ezra O. *. Merrill HutchlnicH Annie Ma Moltt Mra. Ara E. Reddlnh Ruth White, O. W.
Hunch (leore* H.IfiirnhHrn Kdwardn, Mr. Merrill Hlrk., S R.. Mooty. Harry. Robert Carl White Ethel: NMooney .
Pearl Edwards: ; W. A. Hicks, BelaHlackweli Mrj. Alfrel Redirrave, Carolyn II. White, Noble Ray
H. R.Illackwell. Jr.dwar.t.. Mr. Carrie Holme, Marvin R. Manassa A. 8. William. T. tI.Mana. $3999.5
tiorls It. Rdwardn: Blaln ..... Mr. II. A. Slump, F. F. Wall 1C c.Walnwrlght.
Hunch Ituth N. Rnnls OarrKdwardn tna-ram, Mr. Carrie A. Mananna. Edna .Hlstriink' O, M. N. T. Jr.:
Bryan Mary Mr. R. W.Rnnln ]. Inwram, Huvh H. Jr. Mile, 10:. F. Hood F. A. Winkler Austin g.
llryan, Wenley W. : Mr.. Neva M. Inram Hutfh B. Sr Mile. 111... E F. "Happ.' W. M. William. Nat
Batten r. 11. Kherl: Mr. Rusnell A. Moore, lIr. Florence Smith K. H. William, loulee
flatten Marararet F. Khorln, rid.w. Jenkln. A. 0.llhrkedale Murphy. Thelma Conl stump', Kva Wlaruins( Orl.
Robert C. Kd wards, : John. Ella F. Manning. Delia S, Hllcox, J. L. Waln..rl.ht. Plaach.
....k..I"'J! Mnrbara II.Tlrown Klierl.' Hussrll A. John, Carl Manning ClydeMonclny. Haul, Mr. P.arl William., A.! R.
W. W. Kherl. Mr*. B.' C. John. Mr. A. R. 8r. Hnalric* Hlmmon, .-to 1Blntrunk -*. William, Uertruda EASY TERMS 24 Months To P
<)r..wn, Shvrdlu F. John.. Berry Mundorff. R. B. Joe M. Wilson Jo*. F.. -
......n.1o.lh..1 Futch. C. A. John, Calvin MannlnK ThelmaMoneley Hlstrunk, C. II.Hllcox. Wilson Pea Week*
Y l irnett.. Hal Fernandea. Eva John. Charley. JI]. Mr*. Laura : CelenaSllcox Warren;, Mm. N. Jfnnl.
Ttnrnett, Dorothy Ful h. Verdle 8. John, Thelma RrlnsonJohn Mathewn, John D.Mernoreau. Delia Warren, M. T.
t-.ry..nt. Mable Fernandn. Isabella *, Thelma Rdravs Thoma I. smith: Junlul M. Warren, Albert M.
nnneh, Jan,.. I*. Flynn ileorit B. John, J. J. Matthew Clara M. Swindle, Hannah Warren Ruchle
TWp. In... Flynn Florence Jonen, Emma Oladya, Udll 9npp. Mr. Leona Wiley JackWlmberly NO CARRYING CHARGEr
r na>.rp, Nina R. Flynn. (looms R Jr Jenkln, Cha.. H. Morris, J. It. Htern. W. A. : : W. M.
"e-yer. *. V. Lou Franklin.. John P. Jenklnn 1'ha. A. Morns I Mrn.: Annie Ma Rtern Theressa Wlmberly::: Katie Belle
Heave, Ralph F. Futch Mack S.FoiilT. John, Mr. Ruby Mott Mr. Lula Smith, W. P. Jr. Wiley LottieWlggln
rleirue, Durlv II.Ftakr Jewett C. John.. H. R. Jr. Manning OracejMaatern Sllcox Henry *. Laura Lee
L. 7. Mr... Millie J. John. Allen M' Julia Smith :J. R.Spp I .W..II.. Martha D
1'''k.r. Edna Ma.. Fowler, Harvey. .lohnn' Mm. Melissa V. Master, A. W. ElmaSllcox : Williams, Mr. Olady: O. .
AiHVetl, W. W.flrrunt Fuller Mr. Bertha E.Fitch. John, Mrn. Ruby B. Martin, Guide A. Lacy Ward Mr. Carrie I ffl.--jPTh *
Robert Robert. Judd MlllardJenkln Martin A, l>. Stump Evelyn Weldon. S. A. ?
IV rn..... Alf Fund orbit rk. T. :J. *, Mr. Winnie Munilorff, Luclll. L Hasiee. Mr. M. Weldon.. Mr*. Mary''Ola- .
nar.foot, Sarah Ferry, 1In. Mary. F. Alma Mohley. Kdgar 1>. Searing, M... Eunle. dye
,aiurrouirhM, l> A.ItmrroufiMi. Johns Mr*. Laura Miller Jame A. Perkins William, Mary 2 Pc. Living Room Su
Hlen Orlffln, T. J. Jenkln, "Sara' F. Miller I Jean Spark, 8. B. Williams. Fred -
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tlnimey, Krllne H. Orepn. R. A. John. 1\Ira. Kronl Mlxon: J. H. SilcoxMary. FrancisSllcox Wllllamn, Mm. Mary Tables
Ituxney Klla F. orirflii Mamie E. Johns Mr. Lola Meson Jean D. :J. B.Hnark Smith 2 End
Jlo.1...*. JnWilli Oreen, Mary K.: John Bra. Dorothy R Mellon W. S.Melnon. *. Mrn. S. E. Wainwright :Jan,... R.
1'aa. Green",' I.lnvrl J. John. Mr. Mamie'Ihurdette M... Reba Slmmonn. E. L. ,,Winkler Mr. E. A. I I 1 Cocktail Table
Margaret 1C. been, Floyd Juhnn, \IrH.; W. a. (}tae.eltehup Morton Harmon. P. Sllcox. Mr*. Olady. Warren.. Mr. a. N. .
: Llllliin M. Green, Mr. D. Inca vans) !Morgan.\ Annie Laurie Strlnarfellow, W. Q. Williams.. I Amos 2 Table Lamps
three.,. Inca A. Johns OorleyJone Mitchell, Willie Htrlnvfellow, Mr. Ma- Williams. Jon '
'fannva. Eunice C. Ooodman, J. L. ,*: Mr.. MaffKls E. Moody Kathleen' bal Williams, "SalU' 1 Floor Lamp
rnrlt..n. Fred OilY A. John.Bert W. Moody Luther Salei Mrs Dorothy Wacla. C. T. ,
ni>vu. nladyVewn. Oay Itaiet Paulln.Olasirnw Johnnon llaold' A. Math-! J. SMoagn "'Sale Uuy H. Wade., Mr. C. T. I. ChairS
( Maud. ; Harold I I JackennV: T.: O. H. Seymour Bllsabeth Walnwrl -ht Katie .2' 1 Occasional
snore, Irsham. W H. Jr. .. O. Mill Seymour, J. 'D. Wood, tlTenn E.Iundorrr. ,
4-aivuva. If.'Z.1. :. :Orlffln. J. W. John: JoAephine. : F. ,(lom"jl:1: !. Stllley. Mr,*. Lett Wood, Martha. .
flemon. Fronlaarllsle Orirfls.. Mr. J. W. Johnnon. 1\Ira. Deborah Mr. :J E, Saul. A. F. Williams Edwin 1i'
.- J. R. Ornham. Nathan. Johnnon. Oeorire W. Mueller, Shirley' M. Simmon, T. 8. Wynn J. O.Williamson; 8 *
'nuver. RichardSimtnlnHn lalney Irma Johnson, Mary K, Nlnelett, Mr*. Pauline Shull, B T.Shull. .. I. L.
< Walter Urlfris.: K. L.ilrirris. Johnnon. Curl A.Judd. Moorer.Jacquelln.. 111... E. T. Wright Harvey
(nleman Joe Mr*.Esther Kreda N. Milton Solomon Stump Lillian. Wood. Florence Suite
(C'halfcer. M.... C. W. Orlffln. Martha.. Juyner N. P. Malone, Helen M. Slmpnon. Kd.Slloox. Weeks. H. A. r- 4--Pc. Bedroom
I'nlomou. Mr... Mary K.Oalnes.. Tft M. Juyner Jewel) >t. Malone Curtt J. Vernon Week. Mr.. Larkin D. t.
Cannon. J. V. Oreen. Mr.. Lucille It. Juudon, 1. F. Mitchell ZellleMuhlhofer. Starling. H. K.: "William., Ethel J. r-' ,. 2 Pillows
.f olloy, Marverr H. Oreen. U C. Jaudon. Mrs. J. F. Walter. M. Starling. Mr. H. K. Wllkl. Mr*. Ruth .'
.-.n. c. W orsham. Alice F. Jordan.. Knton.Jordan Muhlhofer. Mildred A. Smith mrn. vt. H. Wllllanm I Dewey D. 1
r't.a.on. Lemuel" Oatlln. Henry U (orac. Mllner.:; C P. Seweli i. W. B. .Ward. Roy M. a Bedspread
P.ir.oo. Mr. Ada 1'0w.0."r.e.. Mr. Ida Jubnaon Mr. O TT.aTlln1e. Milner Mr. Mary Sewell. Ethel O. Warren John I. '
ere llriffle, Henry John.on, 41..orll' II. 1I..nnl"IIIA.lon C. Sullivan, Percy Wlmberly, Kannl. Wln- 1 Bed Spring
<:- Ruth Oome, Ravmond. JohilB, Charley J. Mann K. C. :Jr. Srhmltt. Chan. M fredNswnome 1o.
-ark Mm. I.Uxl Ordlor. Rum II. Jnhnnon. A. R. Mann Mr. E. C. "'Smith M... Vlrsrlnla W. .Walker Han. T. If' 1
r-olKon. Mr ltel B.rarler. ]. Green Gloria Jahnnon. Phllll E. Mill. II. W, Smith, Foriter Shi Walker Margaret B. Matres
W. M. Oodwln.. Henry T. Jnhnnon, 1. I... Mill, Lulu Ma. Smith Mrn. Mary Ann White Carol 8. ''Ttt5. 1
Carlisle Al K. Orirrin, LeonarilOrirria Jnckon Frank Simmon, Hasel Well. M. C. Trow
fr.mi1, Ilacel Dyerrarmlcbael Ruby L.Oreen. Jnhnon, Donnl.Jackson. le R A. !Smith Julia TlsonSlbley Webb t>. 0.
Delorta CrolvnOardner : Lilly Nwome KdnaNa H. Ward. W. R. r" JII
Cook HowardOronby. Oenrite ale June*. Oorsje T, .worthy, C. H. Slbley, Itosa R. Walker John. It. *
: Mnrlnn IA Oardner, Mr*. ; D. Juhnn, Lola V: Naaworthy, KlliabethNorrl Scott, Wilbur A. William. C. C.
rock ,v. R. Olnsirow. Helen E. Jackson, Curtl *. W. M. Scott Lillian Wasrlln.. R. S. v
-rn.by A. D.faraway fetes I Herman Jticknon., Edward R.Jscknon Norrls, Ellen Sllcox, Patsy Ronert! .....In. IIi... R. SNotlman.
Joe. Orirfln f,. L., Jr. I.,, III. C. W. If.Nollman. Starltnir. K. ... Winkler Warren W. 5-Pc. Daystrom Dinet
Cameron, Barbara An-cilll, Prescottnett John. Dorothy V.Klckllter. :Nell H. Simpson Mm. Rebecca Williams. Francl M i
Orenham. Mutt I* M Noea-el. W. H. Jr. Spence, John Williams.. Jeanett. Dishes
dvnshy: Albert I.. Jr. Orenham Morn It. :J. F. Noexel., KllsabethNorton. Smith Rolln. W. Wainwright. Loul.. 8. J trM. + 32-Pc. Set
.- ....iby. Violet W. Oeliter, O. C. Knight C. A. Jennie. R. Smith. W. II.Mt. William. Wlllard e
e*_....r. H.rman u. Orsen Robert Q.Oreen Kendrick T. N.Knlaht Newcomb, Libby John Alice Webb, Mm. Anedit
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*. Edna: W. Ooolnhy. P F. Kendrick Martha .. .Johnnl Victor w.. Wilkinson Kd ar W,
farvatt. A. II. Ondwln John MOnnlnby Knight Clara Ma. No.""-.'. Stanley, a.Noexel !''It.ran..1I1.Ir.; .. H. W. William. 'Henr,. +
Conway, M. F. Mr. P. F. Knluht. D. H, I Jewell A. Starling. Volley L. William Mad I. Low Down Payment
tfnnnr Kula: Mae. Oelaer.Homer' Keene. NlmaKidI. Newman Audrey Starling Mary William. Lottie a .
Oolson, ) Ondwln Annie Lou R. O.Kl.ld. Newman Albert :J. Spence. :J. M. Wells, John Henry Jr NOT EXACTLY AS SHOWN Free Delivery
<*olon, i-: :; rn.o. Ollsnon: Herman .. Runlcs; F. Newman, Mr. Albert J. Stone, Edna. 'Warren Marvel .
rr w., IxiulsOewn OelaerWallace. A.Orady Klncald Mr. Jeannette Nix, J ... Starllnir. Joe 8. Warren Dock i
Rennl.. N. Thoma* F. D. Nix. Grace Smith' Shi. K. White. Olin W, Jr.:
('a._. KlmoTmw Oatlln. RusnellOrlfCI K.ene, Mr.. Teona NewsomeEthel Stone. R Hi wiikl.. I. 11.
..r. Karri It.Uvnway *, Woodrow Ktlllnsiiworth.. Mr... Kale Mewom. Ruby Rtruth. Mr*. Klxal' 8. Wilkinson Amanda
.* lacy C.l"nMMeln lordon. OlicaOrlffln Kopelouso leer*:. Newman Arthur Struth.' Kate Wi..., Thelma B.
Alv.rTrMskhir. Vasca Kirkland .i.1'. Jr. Newman Mlnnl Htruth. Merrill Wl... B. O.Warren .
M.rrltt W Irlffln.: MandyT Kent. Sam! Cl.Klnir. N.wom O. J. stewart James F*. M. D.
otnv*. llerbertmmlKHs Orirri. Thelma )f. Walter. Gorman, Maud.. St. John. Vincent 8St. Warren, Mr*. M. T>. Hart
,.. Oil 1\r.... OrlfflN, Karl:. V. Kit. I.ouIn. H. Norman, Ovid John. Mildred H. Walker, Jam.*, W. Furniture Co.STARKE
.*ox, J. <.. Mr.. (Dim,.. Ronletta Ktnv. Mrs. Gloria B. I1trlrk land. Roe Walker Mildred B.f
ex.. :J. f. Gordon, A. J. Kit.. :J. R. r>ls.n. "..rl" Simmons. Mr. Ruth Wlllard., J. W .
*--ir1ti, J. D.Troby. Oordon, Mr. A. :J. Krletemey.r.I JeanKrlvtemeyer. (Been, Tltu Smith W. 8. Warren :J. C.
< II. K.: Orew. John fl. Ale 3vrstr.t, T. W, fmlth. 8. T_ Warren Muriel 0
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issioners Approve Petitions



Sling For Fire Control Election COUNTY TELEGRAPB'j




the threatening hur- I to Mr. Durban and Mr. Patten
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plh,i Board of County Com- the matter was laid over pending -Official County Publication Established In 1879

net here Tuesday Jn a receipt of the objections In writ

I\tr\ from the Monday .:.,_ __ '' '' -----1
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,tr:> Vice ChairI ing.In view of radio bulletins HLV\IE 8K\E.\TY-n\0: STAUKK.! : FLOK1DA: FRIILtT l SEPTEMBER &1U50 NUMBER EIGHT
nollday thata
pal ,, _
I \,. ?: ,? presided over the tropical hurricane of great Intensity -
\ absence of Chair. was believed to be ; la
heading A
If ?I I Harrcll.lli +n this direction, the .Board re- Bradford County Is Spared I

; n requesting a County quested the local American Legion ,

ri, llr Unit Referendumn Post to secure available shelter

acordnce: with Flor- for probable storm refugees and
,, n
:al\llS., was presented and sufferers, If needed ''As Gulf Hurricane Pulls e

sonar : J"S vote was approval H. B. Peyton sent the Board a ,
I inferred to tho County At. I copy of a letter which he had r
1i
instructions as tc written to Commissioner of Agriculture 4
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for 1s
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procedure1 .' Nathan Mayo regarding r 'Reverse
frr
coming the enforcement, of I an alleged dumping of silt by the Tricky Play'J

jestock Enclosure Law the I Humphreys Gold Corporation and o + ru 1 s J
j. advised that It or the DuPont ilmenite Interests ir

I!hS attorney duty, of the Commission- the state canal which How Bradford County was wading out Thursday from its share of a double1 1

\ provide livestock suitable from transporta-the place] : stated through In his his letter farm.that Mr his,, Peytor cattle dealing Gulf hurricane that kept half of Florida on pins and needles for threedays. q

bf f .,.r:;.
j It Is apprehended \Q- the Invariable/ become sick for a few ... -I!' '':;' ."." I
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days each time .. "
drink
they of the
of Impounding. .J-.... : ; .

much a truck as the suitable county for doe'this water stated of that this similar canal. The complaint Boarc ...,........;.. ..1f., .. Believed at one time to be in the di rect path of the battering big blow, res- ;
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the Clerk. was Instruct have been made by other peopleIn \ idents of this area did not breath easy until a 10:30: radio announcement Tues- \
; notice to bidders regard to this matter
fertile g bids on a rental and also orhie Investigations have and been several :' day night that the storm had changed course after being stalled near Cedar :

of a good used truck with' made all of which tend to Indicate -'I' Key for almost 12 hours. i
lable stock body. If the ofT to the Board that no real '

be on a rental basil menace does exist and '" _._ ""
to so no ac
u
Boarded windows and other
here for the first
Ld be based on a monthly tion was taken. 'ALL STREET presented a diurnal picture as steady rains. fell throughout Tuesday and Wednradajr. up precautions appeared

I and If the offering Is for The Board. reaffirmed its policy Many atom cloned at noon Tuesday an Jittery proprietor heard radio report that the Mf blow was head. time as bulletins throughout Tuesday predicted the 'cane would follow a

[the down payment and de. Inaugurated some time ago con this way. "No business, an\'way." one storekeeper observed an he 8un )fll the almost deserted street.WOMEN H

\ payments should be stated cerning specifications for cattle I ,,-- .-.\,.....,.. coursq northeastward rom

[Board was Instructed by ltley guards to be erected by Its permission ',e 1 JIII1V-.. :'_ Cedar Key to Gainesville. \

that under applicable on county road rights of emerging In the vicinity of e

i law it has nothong to dcuid way and Its only policy regarding Jacksonville or St. Augustine.

no power or control overated those now existing on county roads This would have taken tHe

alcholic beverages which dv not meet the specifications center of the blow directly

rjtlton of such beverages! across Kingsley Lake six

[rely a matter of court orXit The Road Supervisor was In. miles east of Starke.

attorney said. atructed to require that all new This central North Florida section -

ft Durban, accompanied by construction comply with specif!. continued Its good fortune. .

1 Patten, attorney, appeared cations as laid down July 3,"1930: however a* the storm was halted

lust a former action of the and was further directed to remove (presumably by a cold air mass

j in grading a county rose all of those now existing unless coming In from the north) and

Lti lands belonging to theIr they conform to the specifica made a hairpin turn, backtracking -

Inasmuch as statements tions. He was also instructed tc f K' v rn r down the Gulf Coast and dissipating -

I by the owner and represen- give the clerk names of parties Interested Itself In a series of gale "

of the Board were not In structures :which dc somewhere In the area between

-.lined, it was suggested that not come up to the speclfcatlom Tampa and Orlando.

Ejection be submitted In wrlt so that they might be notified It It escaped the wind, Brad

}d that the issue or iasues be and given suitable time to comply ford County got Its share of the

efined This wa agreeable therewith rain however. It came down Ira
-'" steady downpour throughout

lialSlAf AND CHILDREN predominated an jhe flnt "refuge began to arrive at "B1<::TrER .BE SAFE: THAN SORRY" wan the motto Titus Olson pictured above ha. Tuesday and Wednesday. A total

Changes, Effective Oct. 3, the National' Guard armory before noon Tuenday. Coming mostly from poorly constructed front of:hie well-bo.rded-up business. building on South Walnut Sweet. "Plat glass. of 8.f Inches was recorded at

Many; Checks To Be Larger home In the low-lying area. of the county, they were fed supper Tuesday. In too soarce. and expensive. take chances with," Olsen. said. "I'm going to leave the Hercules Powder Company
night, bedded down, and given breakfast. Wednesday. morning. Around 300 men, women station at Sapp (near Ralford)
the board until we find out what that other storm In the Atlantic U. Skies
I Tuesday, October 3, bigger from January 1,. but, there's One and children Mere sheltered In thft"annory., VSO, and American Legion home awaiting -' up going to do, during the two-day period.

i will be put in the mails for thing 10,000,000 of them shoulddo the storm that somehow got nldetrat ked. he declared. Several other Starke business houses took the boraing-iij. precaution. seemed to be trying to brighten

1'100,000 persons--one In every meanwhile. .... '. ... ...> Thursday, but the sun peeped
-
,. : -- -_.:_-- 1IY' 1J1IIJ6W'll! through only periodically, and
|mencanalready drawing These are the whose .
persons .
., r9aaq light showers were experienced
security benefits. Jobs haven't hitherto been covered .
M" hd 1 e'N during the day.
Jtr delivery will mark the first by Socal| Security-mainly, house- : ,,*c4k t" r much
; It 1 a x '+'r Observers reported as or
I. result of a new act of ho4! !< ,. rv nt*; regularly employed .. more water In the woods than at

signed by President Tru- farm workers, and the self em t i: ......'*1.. \rli any time In recent year and

linking 30 major changes in ployed. ,. M wood, operation of the Hercu-
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.
5-year-old Social. Security The thing they should dry now 4+se x73 ewe. .:+ 'rFipjkr len Company, the pulpwood Industry

'111\\. is apply for Social Security and others were suspended during -

e most Important 'changes account numbers by filling out most of this week. The Hum

ron the old-age and survivors I forms they con obtain 'at post phrey Gold Corporation shutdown

flee operation, a giant Gov. offices. ,; 'r sNWe i v' ? ,uRr Its llmenlte mining opera-
nt I to be vr yt. tion east of Starke for two shifts
-run pension system em- After that the 10.000,000 '+ "ley r ,
tg over 48,000,00 peoPIe-al'l newly covered can for the most } JJJf77"z srp "' Tuesday, not from necessity, but

1 1 third of the part settle down to what the 33- '4lM :.h xMY.ey r w, AY because of continued threat of the

000,000 already covered are doing; A approaching storm.
Bradford school closed
toward their turns on the County
moving
3.000000 initial beneficiaries "'
". .{.-: Tuesday and remained shut down
them 65 widows pension receiving line by working ... ,n dt' r <
.
persons past ;; H nI" r'Yn g P ,' [therless children, need dog making payments-and of course, f" .. tendent H. p, Morgan stated that
more than await the post-, growing older. : 4
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arrival to get the Increased The tax payments required will ;:.k"drt.! ..f." ..." .._... : although, busses the could rain not ceased mako Thursday their-
nts! be the same for all groups wile
coming to them. I ''
something in most casea.areent work for other people. The present TK.\FFIC ON U.S. SOl slogged through thin flooded IntrrMTtloit ..l Temple Avenue KINOSLEY LAKE WAS BUFFETED by hrovli-t. winds. In thin. area. I,, above photo, routes over would graded have roads been and attendance -
and : Street .This trouble IN. one drainage problem that the City of Starke very
slice of earnings, Is re- rates of 1H per cent on the Eighth spot FreA Selley and hf'lper.re seen tying up already<< sunken hoot In the 83-nUI gale which opened. The lost time will have
of the employe and lli cent on the hopes the State Road Department will solve during the forthcoming widening of Tentpie -
per
more than 43,000.000 sent whit. ram| splashing through the flooring of piers. and bath h..u...-.. opened. The ost time will have
Americans the law employer will remain in effect un A\enue. Stream at lower left In miniature river flowing from armory and ITSO KlnKlOleoyan.1
new putseps to: be made he said, because
other lake. In. thin. six. !ochre. up
area nose
"atralght up" during the torrential ralnii.Storm .
on the way to getting til 1954.: But after next January property. 0 state school law require a minimum -

,M for themselves some day. 1, they'll apply to earnings up tc of 180 day of Instruction.

i will undertake to give a $3,600 a year Instead of the present Serious Fire Jacksonville Rites School Guidance Around 300 "refugee," fearfulof

Idea of what's wanted of 3000. Ties Up Voters RemindedOf what might happen if the storm
when it's wanted, and The self-employed who make ur Halted At BrookerBy For Mrs. Canova, Program Is Topic continued its Statkeward course

they 4,600,000 of the 10,000,000 addi- were sheltered In the U3O, the
may expect eventually
New Equipment Of JudyMrs At Rotary Club
Mother
ft t tin return. tional persons to come under Social Work On Rd. 225Eight Election National Guard armory, and the

wentual-return prospects Security next year will paya The lire truck recently purchased Henrietta Perry Canova Lawrance Gibson vice princlpa'of City Legion Hall Tuesday afternoonand

lUl\rated> by the checks that higher rate, 254 pet cent on by the Town of Brooker law 71. a former Starke resident and! Bradford High School, wasguest night. About half of this ,.
ut their first $3,600 of earnings, because speaker at the Rotary Glut number returned to their homes
a month from now to radio and!
cars of rock have been received Its first fire service about 10 A M mother of Judy Canova, Voters are reminded "not to for-
d workers they have no employers tc Wednesday, discussing the new following the 10:30 P.M. announcement -
over 63 their died In
as here for the start of hardsurfacing motion picture comedian, get" the City Election set for
"n their payments. Tuesday morning when fire war that Is that the blow' had changed
payments for September.minimumtomaxlmum. supplement operations on Road 225 a Burbank, California hospital emphasis bring placed on next Tuesday; Sept. 12.
Employes' payments will be deducted work will be delayed until? discovered In the meat cooler and Wednesday August 30.Mrs. ,. guidance In the educational program The course With funds provided by
for on a running but hurricane threat of thilw..ek the county Red Cross. Chapter they
from today.
each retired wages house to 0
worker willto belonging
tc slaughtering
bed dries off svfficently native of
the road Canova was a seems to have
$68.50 basis, but the self-employed will The aim of educators ,la tc sidetrackedthe were served supper and breakfast.
and the average begin, H. A. Elmo, State Road Department W, Barry. Crescent City and moved to Lake election In the' mind of mo.1tolkB
when they Among the refugee was a mother
$46. only once a year- help the youth find his proper

l On i average each March 15 for the precedingyear. yesterday. when discovered, with names became a resident of Starke and to prevent too many round pegs might, even neglect to go to tile an aged resident, W, S. Clark, who
July the
1932. tate Highway 12 later moved to Jackson polls unless
Road 225 joins years reminded. suffered heart attack In the
urn will Increase to the Their payment, covering shooting some 20 feet In the air from being fitted into square a
ie to $5. There $80, 1931. won't be due until March 15 100 and 18. and traverses one of The alarm was given and the fire ; ville where the Canvas (Judy holes, the speaker said. Althougr< Three City Councilmen will be armory and had to have medical ,
they figure their
settled farming Zeke and Pete) got
sin 1932. the most thickly Anna the guidance program Is still In III elected from four aspirants tc treatment. First aid facilities.
t'r beneficiaries Indefinitely. The new law contains some sections of Bradford County.All truck, driven by Fire Chief Victor start In the entertainment world Infancy and many "bugs' have seats. Those In the contest are provided> by the Red Cross, the
will get big. of the Road Department Jones, accompanied by Volunteer I' over radio station WJAX. Incumbents James Lewis Bradford Health Department and
becks] too. The amounts unique provisions concerning certain operations yet to be Ironed out, great U 0 s
11\* be detailed groups of workers It makes In this vicinity were suspended Fireman 0. W. Davis, responded Mrs. Canova who gave her strides have been made In recent Hewn and H. A. Bishop, Jr., and volunteer nurses, were on hand If 1
In
amples are this apace, eligible for Social Security cover this week because of flooded Immediately. The fire was quickly children their early musical training years Gibson pointed out. J. P. Roberts, local automobile needed. ""
a retired work- addition tc :. traveled with them on theif dealer. The precautionary shelter work tHye
''AI conditions. In He
wife who has herself age for the first time. brought under control and ex urged a greter awarenessof
'd B (gets half Household servants (cooks Road 223. projects being handledout professional appearances and move school problems on the part of Polls at the City Hall will remain wa headed up by A. J. Thomas, STr.
as much as get of this office here now include I tinguished.The ed to Hollywood. Calif.. In 1940 the stated that of from 7 Commander of American Le- i
.aband, (IB maids, etc.) don't actually public and one open A M. until '
) widow
fourthll of past 6S covered unless they work 24 daysIn lardsurfaclng 4.5 miles of road I meat cooler was valued by when Judy began her film career the most serious matters now confronting P, M.Rites. 7'1 glon Post 06, and the refugee .

mulled' to) what husband the same three months periodfor extending from Lake Geneva in Mr. Barry at approximately $1,. Besides her two daughters and the system Is the over were brought In' by National f
and C .
Order 18 (half ( ) .ingle Ue same employer and get : the direction of Smith Lake, and 000 and damage to the building on. son she la survived by twc crowding of the physical plant occasioned ; Held Tuesday Guard truck and school budsea'with .
aa much
as a I volunteer drivers.
father that employer approximately one mile of what U I' I brothers, W H. Perry of Doctors by the approximate lOC
:
L tl"' -fourths the paid *t least $50 by I was estimated at around $700. Mr For N. A. Trouble wa experienced In bedding ;
Road, s
P' of during that time. known as the "Wright I Inlet and R. B. Perry of Jacksonville Increase In enrollment at the .Powell,
a dead father.) Barry states that without, the down the shelter-seeker ILl ...
r Ors I work weekly If !connecting link between Highway I and sister, Mrs. Herbert Starke school every fall. Native Of
Two days Starke
more thing about: bene- only 20 cots were available in this ,
of truckan &j
> road south action of the fir.
Melrose prompt .
nounta: The hlw- enough to meet the requirement; 100 and the ; Wells fo Jupiter.Funeral Mr. Gibson was Introduced by entire vicinity Thomas stated. <<
d-lV\fe\ benefit average for the number of hours worked does Keystone Heights volunteer department, his services were held Ir Guy, Andrews, who had charge of Nelson (Ned) A. Powell Makeshift were
arrangements
aged
The Road Department now has located :the chapel of the Wilson Funeral? the program for the day. brother 'of Tate Powell ,1
on the rolls will rise to $75!, not matter. residence, which Is very of Mac- made however, for the children J
working
"I ly from will have to make 11 Inspectors and surveyors Home In Lake City, with Rev clenny and the late Avery Powellof
$41; a widow with Housewives close to the meat cooler, would and 111 adults, and many of the
children and payments every three out of the Starke office on Lynwood Howe, pastor of the Ad. Alvarez Named Jacksonville, died suddenly
other
will get as much reports probably have caught fire and remained up all night.
d0 30, Walnut Street. Christian Church of that here
vent Sunday
South
next April morning followinga !
monthly months beginning : Extensive to graded
afaln't( a past been destroyed. Prevailing winds.:! In Acting Police Chief damage
heart
Burial was
'IIum of 393.t on Social Security taxes for their I city, officiating. attack. He had been In road wa reported with washout
the simple forms I Dealers Given which were very light at the time Oaklawn Ceme.Ury In Jacksonvlle ill health for the past year. There
3.000,000 already I servants. Special Beer Mayor J R. Wainwright announced much In evidence.
f checks.- there'' will be furnished for use in make' Collector were blowing towards the house yesterday that A L Alvarez Mr. Powell was born August were no major, crops In Bradford
one
v .OOO strong who group ing these reports. The housewife Notice By Mr. Barry was very high In nil JUDY ANNOUNCES' former long-time Chief of 29, 1881, In Catawba County, County to be'damaged at thla It

ate brt1l.k under the get an must match the servant's 1H percent Of License DeadlineTax praise of Chief Jones and Fireman FOURTH MARRIAGE Police, la serving as acting chief N. C.. and was reared in Starke. time, but some replanting will

Ugtbllfty to start receiving'new I' payment; she can, like any Davis, and state that In his opine Comedienne Judy Canova disclosed during the suspension of W, E He was the son of the late Dr. 'probably be nocensary In fall pea

:;o1 right away. other employer, assume the whole Collector J. R. Kelly this ion the fin truck has already paid Wednesday In Hollywood, Thornton. Tat. Powell and Lucy Powell. field and pasture grasses. Water
although that beer Mr. Powell
dealers lived In
have If she chooses. ,week reminded for itself. Patrolman Matt whc Glendale damage to public utilities was
to make 3 per cent due, Calif., that she was married foi Morgan,
applications licenses Ohio, for
10 r and aU occupational many year., and Wall and the
to vas negligible
> licenses nerved at acting Chief Immediate reporte4
bPg\n
\ Mayor Hewlett S. Andenor ten weeks In
drawing check. the foruth time ago
renewedwill member
unless a of the
I' croup II ScheduledFor I are due and states that he has appointed a Cuban erly after Thornton' suspension, Eighth Artillery wind paver, rose beyond gal force.
l"'dy made Up of work. Revival become delinquent after October I'Mexico to Philip Rivera a Band U. S. Army, for 23 toll to Florida from the
the Damage
has resumed his duties on .
aged 83 (and their de. committee to raise money for the Importer.The year.
tal) who couldn't Lake Butler 1. construction of a fire station tc i actress, a Dative of Starke night force, the Mayor said. Surviving beside turnabout,wind topped the two and
the qualify Mr Kelly warned beer dealers his brother l\Half million dollar mark. aceordlng -
t 'Pent old law because: they Starting Monday Sept 11. there that 'unless their licenses are renewed house the truck. R. E. Hazen is said she has kept mum about the Recent BirthsRecent 1 Ja one sister, Mrs. Fannie Hop. a ,; to unofficial estimates.

half the time since meeting at the 1 it will be chairman of the committee anfserving ceremony because a doctor advised on. ,, .-
k will be, a revival before October Cedar Key hardest bit of any section
Social with him Cone for her births in the North
are Clyde excitement
Church no Funeral services
TIle SeCUrity-cover.d: Lake Butler Christian to have the license submitted were held at counted 400 left homeless
new law of necessary Miss Lubedla PlnhoUter, and mother who died last week. Florida Clinic were: the DeWItt
!h qualltl.. them charge Department C. Jones
In Chapel
leek The evangelist to the State Beverage and nearly all of the town's 200
i If they of Mrs. L. A. Mott. previously Mr. and Mr. W. W, Bagget of ,
had six quarteR aervlce. will be Rev. Roy Milter for approval before It I Miss Canova was Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock structures either damaged or

IIIontht ent. : perioda) covered Draper N. C. All! surrounding can be renewed He advised all, Mayor Anderwn' also announced married to James Ripley an Army Starke, a lIOn William Franklin, with Rev. L. D. Halne* officiating. destroyed. Three persons lost
attenepos L. Patten of 'Starke hat ,corporal; Robert Burns Insuranceman on August 28. .
to that O.
UIe communities are Invited to renew their their live In the State-all killed
dealers
Ilmoat UOOOOOO remaIn.' of these services, a 8 before the deadline In lIcenae'l been appointed Town Attorne and Chester B. England a Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hickox: of Interment wa In the 'family when they came In contact with
cana directly affected aa many lIoL each Brooker. cosmetic dealer. Starke, a daughter Cynthia plot In Crosby Lake cemetery
1&." : by sible starting at 8 P. void tills additional red for Yvonne, on August 23. fallen edectrlo lines
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PAGE T\\'O BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STAKKE.: FLORIDA

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LEGION JUNIORS AND COACH HONORED stream I their education this fall. :

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Still bears me swiftly on my way; The policy applies to students DIEM: \1.\1t\A1' t. lit

God grant me this today, today! who were in the upper half of TLlAIiT.allahallCI

1879! E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNUIDITO"Publ"lhrd : I Jove to Wink of my son and their classes scholastically Curing FlI._

d' .. wife and grandchildren so cozy In 1 the last year In which they attended I Keowh Lgp home
T.\' Friday and Ent..1 a* Second) I '"
pry their home. They all work so college.The agent 'n' Icarl
Clam Matter at the Pout Office at Starke Fla. guar :; 1 tit)
1t J, hard and when evening cornea regulations are temporaryones '" noll1t
'i'e-' y they fall In bed exhausted. They, designed to clarify the See
i' situation
MEMBER1 1950Su..rll.tl..n S at five o'clock milking and a..,
,r t i are up for students who have been 1 \1) tt i
working; at six my son Is on his In 111I..
planning to go on with their edu- P'III, ", ,"
For; Six Month(
t'i.50>: Annually $1J50 He nuntRr'
nay
to the factory.
way : cation this fall.. New and the ,.
more I sash
make It while '
"Mother, I must i 'cnOOIa
11 permanent policies. may be adopt. 'Johr,, B 0'
Is the spiritof
This itetenr
am still young. ed later. Unh,
FARM INCOME:\ HOLDS UP WELL America as our parents and '" Unl'l} .
'Existing a'hni
For a while this year it looked as if at least one economic forefathers made It. In youth pre- that regulations already to.th, ', '
provide a student
who ,
held the that neither farmersnor pare for old age. He does not ex- is actually i cerpn
axiom no longer true: one says attending school flatly Ii'"IUS ,
city folk can prosper long separately. pect security from freedom.the governmentat Cod bless deferred anti) the end may of the be I')| known aM and
of )
the price reRjfCItd
According to winter and spring forecasts by many economists school year. i ly

1930; was to be" a year'of depression for the farmer t America and all of you. T.TIRA.Love,,, This authorlzaton to draft.. ,
of continuing good times for his city cousin. It doesn't look t t ;,.rr' 4 ---- ---
8 boards Is not
M 'ayt f Ii, mandatory. It merely
that way today. a }( yl \,. ,1' SHORTAGELAID
FLORIDA CEMENT
Here in Bradford County the farm income for the crop t :. ....4 TO BUILDING BOOM permit them to consider grant- Let l'8 Thor!

year just closed has run close to three-quarters) of a million Ing deferments if they deem it Wash

dollars, which must be very near an all-time record-at least Surrounded by members of the American Legion Poet 98 Junior Baseball team Coach Herb Thomas To.mpa.-A building boom rather advisable. Yolgo

since the day that big scale cotton farming fell victim to the Is shown holding. resolution presented to him by the Starke Rotary Club commending him on his fine I than the Korean war la causingthe
cement In PoFor
boll weevil. i work with the local team. Members of the team are holding handsome wallet presented to them by Post current shortage

Agricultural economists are nQw predicting that the 56 at a swim and supper party held in their honor Thursday night August 24th at Kingsley Lake. First Florida The Florida cement makers Portland here Cement say FAST RELIEF from 4
row (left to right): Arthur Hardee Assistant Coach Kenneth Mike ,
Department of Agriculture will have to revise earlier esti- ; Lee Callahan Arley McRae Coach
said its
Company Tampa plant FREE
mates that 1950 rural income would sink 17 per cent below Thomas Harold Davis, Jlmmie Rowe, John Richard Post 56 Commander A. J. Thomas Jr. Second row:: the only one in the state, la run PRICKLY HEAT Bleach IitieW

1949: levels-that is*, unless the Korean war situation throws Bert Newcomb John Arnette rfelano Thomas, Jack Hazen, Quentin Bloodsworth and Joe Rivers. ning full speed but can't approachpresent DIAPER RASH

...... .:. .... ..."' .l. .., i..1..... ,
'" v builders' needs. Normally I
CHAFINGITCHING I
Various I sections i of the country have reported an increase ed by the writing desk and I hap: Florida contractors have to get

in farm equipment sales and that serves as a fairly pened to sea this poem that my some cement from other states, TIRED, SORE FEET ]

accurate barometer to farm prosperity. A good volume for daughter-in-law had saved and it but they can't do that now because .dl..eI Dry Your
'; LYCO-aO-AOI.
.::
must be old for it la I of construction .t
tractors corn planters and similar machinery was reportedall H'H'r yellowed. heavy I'vei amazing relief promptly
through June."Farmers asked her if I might borrow it. 1 throughout the country. ,, C' from prickly' hue, duper For 20
seem to have changed their minds about conditions shall return it now. Here is a ', tubs chafing, itching and

," says one dealer. "I don't know whether it's fear of part of it: Temporary Rules other minor. akin irritation, In few Auhe51

inflation or the war scare, or what it is. But they're comingin gunocrs c6r Today alone the well loved task. Permit DefermentOf lily Don on not the diuolve! akin,-or living clog a the cool pom velvetyamooihneii. but
and laying dcrwn the cash." What need for future work to Uted.. .
PONCA. NESS ==- bv doctor and hoi.pitali
ask?
i Farming is still the biggest industry in Bradford County Some Students luccmfully for ever 20 yea '

just as it is In many sections of the country. When our Wherela the swiftly flying days w T"The To give my beat ere this sun sets,, Mile Trout ikin happy today. Get tYCOBOROL .

farmers prosper the rest of us get along well too. When bring me Joy) I work and reAl Russian made her leave her So I shall have no vain regrets, Selective authorized Service draft boards headquartershas to at your drIlS"_ Your money The
de- bask if WashTemple
they don't-well, the rest of us find "pickings" mighty slim and Jove every minute of the home. That Is .what they woulo To pray to love to laugh to I fer brainy students who have com- you're not completely' real (ed.

also. That is just one of the reasons why we should encourage time with my bUll""""" do to us. They hate all fret dream pleted at least a year of college LYCOBOROLLOVETT'.be.

and cooperate with our farmers to the fullest extent. The heart remember lovely people. Let Us send up.a silent Today alone while time's vast and are planning to continue
things: prayer thanking: God the wAr is
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THE FIJI AND SABOTAGE<< The ralnbowed cloud, the run across the water. Let us keep I It

Some years ego a Presidential directive was Issued providing: that Ing brook there and not have our beloved "
the of The of Immortal land torn up and be driven from
Federal Bureau Investigation take charge of Investigative work fragrance
home. Send our boy their
In matters relating to espionage sabotage subversive activities and springs on
way with a cheer; and that girl
related matters. Now President Truman has again called attention Poems from a favorite book
who joins the army can do typing
to this directive and added the suggestion that all patriotic organizations The wedge of geese against the and office work and also cheer

and Individuals as well an law enforcement officers report all ky, many a lonely O. I. far from home.

Information concerning such matters to the Bureau. The castles built in campfire Let ua be happy and sing ana

The FBI Is as near to you,as your telephone. The organization embers And all Love' banners going pray while we may

Is Interested In facts, not gossip or Idle rumors. Some bit of infor- CLAY HILL Letters from STARKE FLORIDA Prices
byThe Nellie Carter who has not been ao Good Through Sat Sot'ttDEL
mation which ..
may seem Inconsequential to the Individual coming up- heart remembers. well and who I* looking for son, ,

on It may be Just what the FBI needs, In conjunction with other datala -Eleanor Halbrook Zimmerman.Bo Leon to be drafted any day. My

Its ''Po 8ell lon' to make a cue. No one'.hould make private Investigations many lovely things for the heart goes out to all who see their
heart to remember! I cherish Sons go away. Another of my
In this field
-they can only lead to hysteria and witch-
moment that Is dear boys married. My Blllle WIl-
happy
hunts which In themselves weaken our Internal security. If any fact each passing kinson. I do wish him happiness MONTE FANCY BLUE ROSE
In old I shall recallLove's
of any nature comes to your attention which eugrgests sabotage or espionage age I Ii A handsome lad Blllle. Letter
banner as it passed me from Ella Mae Osteen who will be
report It,at once. i by. It Is good to feel love for
In the ninth
grade this autumn.
This Is vitally important now. The forces which are workingto i people and places and things. I HELPFUL HINTS Add a few PEACHES RIG
like to sit now and think back
undermine us are not always easy to Identify. They have been small at the drops of green coloring your
when my boy was
trained I In deceit. They utilize cleverly camouflaged movements such cute little things he said and how sweet cucumber pickles when
making the sugar and vinegar
a* certain peace groups and civil rights organizations, to advance he made wagons from' scraps and Looks ao pretty. To make novel

their ends. Communism teaches that every conceivable.w.apofmust.. bits of material he found In tool curtain tie backs for wlnt, dip '

be used to help destroy the non-communist ,world. And the centerof shed.noted When I visited ''with doing him the red and green pepper in paraffin No. 21l
I grandson
that world Is the. United States. very lame my thing. So life flows on and string them long enough to 25I LB.
tie back drapes. They will not 3 2
Remember-the FBI is our first line of defense against the destructionists repeating itself. What .wonderful shrivel. When you address a pack- CAN
memories we have. This afternoon
within this country. Help It whenever you can,' and with age to send with Ink paint over BAG

out delay.,' I have a feeling; of great the___ -fair____ _mddrmn__.___ ulttiiln n.__ __._...l.*u._. .Malt_..
calm. I just could lift up the
polish. That makes it waterproofand
world and feel happy.I .
FIGHTING THE HOARDER it will not blur

have my house dusted and Not many people fry raw 12 OZ. CAN SWIFTS 46
potatoes
A short time in waxed I two dozen ears vu. HIGHLIGHT
ago the little town of Oswego Oregon the members up. have like they used to. ,In 303 CAN WHITE

of a church passed a resolution which sald' in part: "Resolved: of roasting corn-It is sweet corn southern Indiana when I waa a

That we. protest In at its best. My tomatoes are child we raised Iota of Irish 2 for49(
every possible manner all po- ORANGE
buying and hoarding.' I profiteering. scare- ripening canned,beets slowly yesterday, but are; have so good.I my When tatoes.I was We at had my lots aon's of hog his wife lard. PREM JUICE. APPLE S

"That we renounce all Individual gains which'must be had at onions pulled. I hired two boysof Rachel fried some and they were

the expense of general security high school age to steed my. good. Here Is the way It 1 Is done:
lawn is close.I
garden. The clipped
"That we pledge ourselves neither by word or deed to contributeto have lovely zinnias along the rfAW FRIED IRISH POTA- 39 QUEEN \| > !

fear or hatred being aware that the present garage as usual. TOES: Peel medium size pota- for
emergency challengesour .2
toes.. Put in cold water. When all
moral as well as physical courage. My friend Mrs. Fowler aent me are peeled lift potatoes from their Yl'lb.19 c
"touch-me-not" seeds and the
"That we urge all like-minded citizens to join us In this resolu- cold bath and slice 'THIN with a
flowers are beautiful this year.
tion." .sharp knife In another crock or ,
She lives at Hawthorne Florida.
dish. Salt and them. 1
It would be a great thing for this country if, at this Another dear friend in Iowa sent pepper
critical
moment like an iron skillet to fry them in.
In me marigold flower seed and they,
history resolutions of that character to Put a amount of
were national generous
Jiare grease
are blooming lovely. I love their i ipung.nt NO.
circulation and In the skillet. Heat the unttj 2Yt 2 Ib. APPLI
adherence. There can be no excuse for the hoarder odor. I have lovely petunias fat

and he deserves only contempt. He undermines his country. He The phlox I planted areblooming I It sizzles when a potato is drop- MiLK BEANsZforJ5c
in
ped it. Then carefully put all
brings on scarcity for -they are the hardy ones
honest
every and patriotic person. the potatoes in. Cover with a lid
and will next JEU
come up year again.
It la to the great credit of retail merchandising that it .is resisting When In Indiana I visited at the and cook them slowly until alt are

care-buying, and that It Is not taking advantage of conditions to unnecessarily homes of both my sisters. They done turning them over with a
raise prices. Both chain both have such lovely homes, but knife at often Intervals so they
and
independent retailers have are brown and least NO. 2 CANS WEBSTER
at a few
announced that they will resist all unwarranted my eldest sister's home is a new and the rest cooked. 3 tall TOMATO
price rises with all house and I had never been there Good old 28c '
their might. fried I like lard
potatoes to fry cans 25
before; It Is a beautiful ranch 325c
type house with a generous firenlare. -I In but Spry or Crisco is good. JUICE

beautiful thlrlr rove and Sweet potatoes can be fried the :
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pretty drapes.: It Is similar;;;; to I same way.

I FOR YOUR A J"tj L REQUIREMENTS my son' house. My baby sister When I was at my aon'a I passSound I _
ho a lovely 'home nestled down

It Pays To Trade i With Slade t among Westport the tree Indiana In the'little near townof the .ruunsj

town where I was born. She hada !f tMf t "
l.nOI'AN Y HAS birthday supper for me and
GAS lpplianc: ; presents laid at my plate. It was j 1JECEaTEAK A

so much fun. Her name Is Edith -- .. .
and her husband la a real estate
SLADE GAS COMPANY, Inc. man and auctioneer. They have Sirloin or Club U.S.N0.1

lived there all their married life,
E. Call St. Starke. Fla. Their only daughter Joy graduated "HAMSod 10 lb.
from four years' college this S Potatoes

zaletr.ei spring and will teach second grade, .
In the home school. I am so glad'i ,

From where I sit..'. // Joe"Marsh.Squint's proud things and and happy see how to know well they all live... I SEEDLESS

and get along. w Ib. 69c lb. 59c 1
GRAPES lb.
I also visited the new house my ...
DrummingFor youngest brother is building for ,
himself in
Columbus Indiana. He
Fair Play! has built several to sell and Is now stock FANCY
CHUCK
completing one for himself. His ROAST lb.--59c

wife teaches school and has a :Fire CARROTS bane 1
2
Squint Miller' mighty proud of out there be says "with a big daughter in college. Yep, lot 'ol Insuranceis .

the lot .be owns that front oa sign reading 'If you must dump ,happy things to' think about. BOLOGNA lb. -
Hirer Road-.ne of the prettiest trash-us* these-I like to keep Whoopee! ix sure way to - 39c ,

spots around here. "'ty property clean] I 1"* From far across the water the

1I.'. been in a itew about it From where I lit, Squint's alga. German lady driven from her protect your* SLICED BACON Ib. FROZEN FOODS
lately, though. Seems that trash should make any would-be roadside farm send me a poem .which - _

dumpers take one look at his property trash-dampers pretty darned does not sound happy. propertyCharley
their ashamed of Alone, alone forgotten a* ever BRISKET STEW I AGEN
stop car or track and thcnuelvc Now and lb. ORANG
Gone are youth and home forever 39c
load of rubbish then folk
out goes a spilling[ some just hare t*be reminded -
ail his place] and the roadside that they My heart la heavy and lonesome. E. John
over ought to hare a*

.too.Wouldn't] that make yon iliad 1 right much regard a* they for do for their their...owe'hbo...* There watching on the the Volga star a and soldier lonely Is Agency SPARE RIBS Ib. 23c PEASPkg. JUI

Last night Squint dropped by moon Ffcoa is STARKE; FLA.ftopraMntlna .
the house. Over a friendly glass of His eye*' are filled with tear as

beer he tells me what he's done. /1-if & A he watches his fatherland falling H&G; WHITING lb. - -15c 19c 19--
"I put a couple of empty oil drama in the hand of the foe, G. ; .
His eyes turn up to heaven and

-.. nrl.A.19SD..United State Bares F,.,. "_ "}lut his silent Thou prayer, 0 God goes, up forgotten to God; I, THa ..AVELESH.rtf- Over 2000 Items Are

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a 1950
Et fENBER BRADFORD rOVNTT TELEGRAPH STARKE. FUUUDA 'PAGEFARMER'S Tm< F.III !

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stretching post at the end of except for a front tire which was which have a etorm-welt built In ply for enlistment." September Lath ItSO In the above 1150,
each side and then will be able to flat and needed vulcanizing. Tha and they have already outlasted named Court anA .,au.., whrreln I (OFFICIAL, fir A I.) A J. Thomas.
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get wire tighter. "Regulations of the various services Plaintiff seeks divorce Ttrnclfonl All Clerk of laid Court.ny .
But we now day we thought our troubles would the other pair, and will be repair- Telegraph hall publish" thleOrder MyrtU T. Darer D. C. I
DIARYBy have facilities tor loading or never end as we stripped the able. prdhlblt them from accepting In next four weekly l laruee.1 John J. Henrferimn, Rm|. 4811 Colonial
unloading stock a breeding for enlistment registrants who 'Vlln.... my! hand and official real Av. Jacksonville, FlaAttv -
pen threads on a bolt on the harrow, at Stark. Florida. thl... Auiruet sa. for rif Aite./t.Dhe
Sam McGarvey a farrowing pen, and we think and had to raw it out. But now We bedded up a patch of land have received an order to report I
that we'll save time in handling Katrlnka is doing just floe tor a farmer around here about an tor armed forces physical examination panf
( The author our stock. I
will be glad to receive acre ia size In about two hours from their local board
.
Items of Interest concerning So far the only stock we've seen Later we asked how long It would; therefore It is vitally importantthat t
the activities of farmer In Double cut the front sedge grass running the highway has been our Uk a man to do the same job.I application be made, prior to S
fsJ Bradford County. Suggestions may field which measures about 3.-I own little pigs, and we took; themto Answer: two days In other, the time that this order ia issued" 0 '
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be left at the Telegraph office or market. And to words Collins\ elated
acres. Time con.umed-1HII we talked one the tractor In this case is
malted Florida to Sam MrGaney, Lantf'Y, hours dint{ means that we will farmer who said that the biggest just ten times as fast.Still !. Circuit Court. nnilfarri Co..,,,, .;' I
advantage to stock raisers will Klorlitm In < kemrrrr.nnnalU OI !
charge about six gallons of I>. Uiininonn, Plnlntirf. vThelma "
gas be controlled breeding. another around
new tractor afar Slmmunn: Detrmlent.:
!hOurs and mama's big hulk (she weighs againat crops put into that field I here. Troy Bennett bought It and Coq No, iM4Or I 1 5 d1tP
airily I
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'trr O( PnfctlmKI.ni A.d Ni tl To
Figure rr
waiting, Porky about 350 1bJ) or porky wall Buffering depreciation of the tractor We bought a halter for Comfort, from all reports we hear there will Aaeean BTATIO OF FLIINIIIa TO'Th.lma < ,f
:doua I and equipment and eo the real the heifer, and we are now bUllY be a lot more bought around Mno summon' *. wno" r....l-
pigs. WeL from some deficiency vitamin cost ; dance \\m Wnnhlnirton, D C., 5631rarkland
had her of operation is f.h1'1 v .
low, a good deal trying to break the vixen so that section We got a lot of fun Court, :. H, K.t ,
her faithfully day or mineral and she brought|'i higher than merely the cost 01gasoline. she can be led. She has other of kidding the farmers who told' You are required to appear on 4 e a r IIa "l .
hen she was : ,_,'.:_. :. : ..
t ton and still no pigs It goes to show that It la never here estimates that It costs often la whether Sam will lead tractor around here and we're encouraged .4 !
E heck with herletherself. best to get your hopes up too high him about a dollar an hour to Comfort, or will.Comfort drag because !It Is a sign of PHONE 218 has thePROOFMETER
':mby ." She or you may be disappointed. Any use his tractor and he Is probably Sam? progress. only the FORD TRACTOR
middle of the night. how, we have six red pigs with I IIe right. But we believe that the > COLONIAL
found them In the white markings (four gilts and cost of operation is dependent up What with; constant need for Speaking of progress: many -
ref were dead out o!. two boars) and we'll see how big on the number of hours the machine lumber, and a stand of timber on I I years ago one farmer raised

1 Draught But In the we can get them /In 66 days. is used.. our place we been debating whether enough to feed 3.5 persons; todayon FLQRISTFLOWERS I
I, ',, three more died farmer raises enough to feed
\\L') mashed, or other We finished a per. for Big Red We are practically overrun with' to have some of It. cut on 13.9: people. #
Jo we have only sixKle and now he has access to greens cats now. Mom and Ruth broughtus shares and store it for future use. Now Stan aiJ Equipment on Ivory New Ford Traitor
\ are upset because and has enough room to get a two more cats (promptly named It would be fine to have a supply When debating whether to buy
I to do everything ac- little exercise (the pen Is about I Hlggley and Plggley) a* replac- of boards. 2X4's, etc., when need a mowing attachment for our FOR ALL OCCASIONS BUY ON PROOF Instead of Promises I I
"experts," Including 70x 15'.) Used cypress posts (un- ments In case Leo, the Alrdalo, f>d. And it seems wrong to go tractor, decided
we to ask Alice'sbrother
of a farrowing( house. treated)1' and 46" hog wire andre got either Skunky or Scarey I. out and buy them when you hav4 Why guess about tractor performance-btfort you buy
concluded that we had quite a straggle with the job Well Leo did kill Hlggley ana I. them on your own farm Ed who does a lot of custom ''or "//.r you' buy Now guesswork is no longer necefsarytjTh
taken the pigs away as it was the first fence we've put AJJce>, lambasted the ruffian with I. tractorlng up In New Jersey, (j new Ford Tractor ProoE-Meter shows ptrfornmttf, r
111] they were stronger up did learn something though everything she could get her about decided to try to 1 what kind to buy He told us] ; Tf I'tfficitmty and ttonomy'right before
[get out from under and the next time will put up eyAREZ' hands on, as much as she hated to some snap beans, broccoli, Eng that the eide-ntounted mower weal on the dashboard. It will
do it. The cats are already doing lish and your eyes
peas some cabbage. DISH GARDENS _
the bent 1'
for but this Proof-Meter
heavy duty work to see
.
a good the ; pay you
job on rats and we greens. We'll plant about ril bu.
STORE Men's Clothing: mean to keep them but It looks of snap beans, and possibly ,4 that !It was a big job to put It on, POTTERY TODAY1!Only the Ford Tractor has hi I
V Established 1894 11111At I' as though Leo has a one-track acre of broccoli. Ot course in or take off; the rear-mounted
mind and seems to think that hie the kitchen garden Alice will want mower he said la all right tor a POTTED PLANTS Dixie Equipment Co. Inc.OalnsevUle
destiny Is to wipe out the cat to shoot the works and plant just moderate amount of work and FLOWERS 'WIREDANYWHERE .
population. about everything that will grow. can be attached much more easily 11028 80. Dials t1!. FU.
and quickly tDon't
V AREZ &SON TSTORAGE: COD While cutting some new land, We got a book from the library Nona St Stark t f clot wtaarw war Ixrealar __-..51Vw".at
:
rut
the tall off
for 'berries we could understand about Edward Bok. who built the a pig when ,
-
why farmers prefer to use new Bok Tower We were so Impress the moon's In the south advisedone .
1_ :I- .."; '.,,:": .: : of our neighbors. We had
r- t.qWe operate local land. Aside from a very tough ed with the Idea of it, which runs
"'." .t'I '"t, wire no intention of cutting off any -, .",..
'w Iw+ ; '\J grass growing on it, there something like this: Lead your --- -
Ae; .Alfttitz .'3nrl f. 6& long distance was practically no other vegeta- life so that you leave the world a alls: anyhow but we were Intrigued
A. '"'f-MOVJHG'"''' fl", '. 'anywhere In V. 8. Lion and that means far less more beautiful or better place for and asked just why you would
'po yt............-.IV .' iraubles with weeds than encountered having lived in it. Certainly Bok' do it. The fellow grinned and
u EXCELLENT on old land. did, for the beautiful memorialand said: "Some people used to belev -
0 BTORAtlkIf bird sanctuary Is a restful and that If you cut the tall off' apig
When getting the tractor oiled inspiring place to visit. It would pat less feed and makes '
f, xF FACtl.1T1E$ and greased we had the spark the: shorter you cut It off the a
'aster,It would and the less
{- plugs checked and were alarmedto Well we finally have learned grow
Pot ;+" discover that there was waterIn what kind of shoes will stand up teed It would nerd." And then he

her '' the head of the engine. 'Took under farm conditions. The last added: "But. that's. foolishness! ?
See us first the tractor home, drained the water pair we bought lasted only a few "
and got in touch with the tractor months, and then were non-repalr Talked to tanner about culling
people. They came replaceda able So we set out to find what chickens. We agreed that /it Is a Gasoline Better
gasket and all was well agaln- kind would last; and got a pair good IJi-a. as non laying hens apparently .
eat just as much as those!
""....."cc:," *""''II. ,.. ",'"= iP .,--, "" --= ,...:["i '-:. laying. And what with the priceof -
feed today we're thinking of
putting a sign up In the laying
hours reading: "Attention Ladles:
An egg today will keep you out

of the pot tomorrow. 'LIE word "gasoline" is a broad word, as broad as the word"clothes," r

0 Just as soon as we can get to It
because like clothes in and makeup.A .
we're going to cut up the old corn gasolines, vary quality
beds In left field preparatory to

planting lupine in it. We're boost. of of its is better than the cloth
ere for lupine, and will plant as suit clothes .regardless tailoring no ,

j. .-It' much"as we can. .this. tall. .. -"It is made of; so also is gasoline no better than the b'ase' -stotk of which ic

Alice brought the latest copy of
is made of how it is trimmed. otherwise.A
the Telegraph over to the tractor regardless .verbally or .
shed where Sam was working. She
.. 1t 'j sat down and started to read it,
y Maybe, the little red gilt, snatched really better gasoline-a balanced motor fuel that will give the best

It out of Alice's hands and ran off
''l+w '' with it. We found her biting Into all-tound performance in your car-must possess ALL of five important

... an advertisement! "pork chops68c -
!" qualities: *
l"
..de CAM, FOIL IIOOKH -i1/ .. 4

i ISSUED BY MAKINE8 Good distillation range, to assure easy

A public appeal has been Issued

by the Marine Corps through the 'V starting, proper'acceleration, ample power.
> Red Cross, for donations of thousands
.;' .,. of pocket mystery and comic ,
.. books.
.
1 The reading matter la needex Freedom from the unstable fractIons
Immediately to help troops peal

tedious hours aboard transports which and loss of mi'eag
headed for the Korean war zone, cause vapor-lock .
the Red Cross said.


Selective Service low -content to r
gum prevent

.. States Policy C3

Toward Volunteering sticking valves. ,
', ,
Buick Rl'glatr'anta who desire to volunteer .y. ,
for1 service In the Army,
Navy or Marine Corps should do Correct seasonal grade give ',best ', ",;
so before they are ordered by their @ 1 I '1: 'h l'

Better Selective local draft Service boards physical to report examinations. for performance in summer or winter. '. ;I %"J' ,

It Is stressed by Major ; ,
Gen. Vivian/ Collins, State directorof .1 t, .
Selective Service for Florida. '... .
"Sel< .1' ,
I said Collins, "make no provision
for the local board for prevention of knock.
Of can't see all ofabout to accept volun
that take a f course, you
that husky can
Ip car of yours has,put its through -a teers. These registrants desiring
best days behind it, there's no lot of years ,without crying this in the brief span of a trial to enter service prior to the time

lime like right to think "Uncle!t" drive. I that they are ordered to report by
now Selection of crudes and the advanced technlgnaresult
t t11I11. their local board in accordancewith proper most refining
starting out afresh with But you can experience the good ?
,
1 >taut, new, up-to-lhe-minute Then, too-this hiah-styled solid,feel of Buick strength to the the nearest date of recruiting birth, should stationof go in outstanding performance and the unquestioned leadership of

.orcarwlth.11 its. mileage still beauty i is proving to be one of beneath you. You can satisfy the service they prefer and ap- '
the most economical Biiicks ever yourself on the lightness of the I .. Crown and Crown Extra. The quality cloth is cue to fit the pattern '
built-easy on gas,easy on upkeep wntrolstheuttersmoothnessof -
I And
I world there's no better place in the easy on you in its soft, floating Dynaflow, the quick surge ofBuick's tailored to exact measurements.STAN. .
.,
to start than with the comfort. Fireball CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION t
1 beauty! pictured here,for a variety light-hanJling power. -

I ttreasons. such things will tell that
It even conies with Dynaflow AH you
For Drive* if you Hk.-'0'Dynaflow thisisacarylgtl7lbegladtoliveSfeIfAL PHARMACISTS
one thing, this Buick means that you will never have with long time to come- 8?

is a quickstepping service or replace a friction' and .u'" only to ask your CRO M 4
to :;
eight Fireball' valve-!in-head straight- clutch, and that rear-end or trans, Duickdealeriorademonstrationmission D DXTI
that's priced lower than servicing-even engine to see precisely what we mean.

""ne sixes. cut to a minimum. CR fi y.we
For upkeep-are Why not call on him soon to talk .
!another,it's builtwith typical ROADMASTKR"u.-I" ..IN ?
Buick 'SI4 about signing up I '
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD ...nno.mrrvAvrt. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTE.\tnER .I.. ..
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weeks' vacation Mrs. Juanlta Phillips and children -
five occupying
after a wonderful I the
I H
H L. L. Conner Farm with relatives in Canada and Miss Sara Barefoot are tl\ge on Rings! \ H Ad oft

.., ,I" lake OIl,
0 Sold To NewcomerJ and friends In West Virginia .
,
"I
;:I- "'- ':' L. Orr, retired civil engineer Only sour note on the entire trip
...
I somehowgot '
\
l 0'f whose former home was Phila was that her luggage
/ In d t
> cr delphia, Pa., has purchased the fouled ,up changing business i / ttS
v
New York and she lost practicallyall
L. 1. Conner farm west of Starke
ItHldence Offee her wardrobe A major tragedy ql
June Caldwell and Is now occupying the place I'd say but Pat seems to be

Ph. State Farm 43 Editor Vhnua 29 r- with his son, T. L. Orr taking it philosophically ,
s
.... f The Conner place !Is one of the Seems that Merrill McMillan Is ..ItI ,; .
S t l,1r % 1. must attractive and productiveIn getting to be quite In demand as

Miss Joan Tenly Waldo OES Chapter the county and comprises 67 a speaker, relating some of the StuJeon', .
? ''
Honoree At Prom Meets At KingsleyThe acres, including a nice pecan grove, early-day surveying experiencesof v. aid' and a modern home. The consideration his granflfather/ the late H. E P!a'1 o:1: finest por.ablem.Je',1'I'', ::-

On Birthday Waldo chapter of the Orderof was in the neighbor-: Lagergren His; most recent appearance with the ,.._new_ New Remington Pet AL

Eastern Star held a "Robert hood of $10,000. was before the EngineerIng learures th. iS
Mr and Mrs. Edmond Tenly en ,Morris" picnic on Wednesdayat Mr Orr states that he and his Professions Club in Jacksonville : REMINGTON I loan typing, performance, *W;
tertained Friday evening: September rry Ihe '
the Kingsley Lake home of A !son plan eventually to get into last Friday Lnl MIRACLE T ,
1, at the Episcopal Center Sis1P11FIEDRIho
Mrs. J. B. Cottrell In Camp dairy farming but for the pres- ''
with a formal prom In honor of kS&5 : Issue of the portable typewriter AND MOb'
Blandlng. ent will confine their efforts to Surely hope) tills You'll qUIekly
their daughter Joan, the occasion __ old friend, whtni
the growing of general farm Telegraph pleases my portal thl
being her sixteenth birthday an, The picnic tables were placedunder !! Mrs. Dickens who writes l. 'lUdet1r,p.,
nlversary.The tho oaks on the lawn of thr crops. May buA0"-1 C.rmnl i..
home. There were 46 member Mr. Conner, one of the county'smoat from 'Sanford protesting the recent -
large room was attractively prominent farmers and for omission of her three favorite
present for the occasion.: Honor
decorated with banana palm ; : fe..tureto wit: Carolyn,
many years a member and chair-
guests were Major General and
around the Hides and banked before and Farmer's Diary .
Mrs. Sumpter L Lowry, their twc man of the Board of County Commissioners Clay Hill
the fireplace. The color Ir has moved to Starke Well, we're all back In thin Issue,
daughters Ann and Lynn, and a
scheme of green and yellow was I'm to to and hope to
glad
friend, Miss Mary Ann Buck, all and he and Mrs. Conner are occupying say
effectively carried out with rib- remain with more or less degreeof
of Tampa, and several other a house built a year or so
bons of crepe paper fastened to guests. ago by Loran Conner on Broadway regularity So long See
lights and falling In streamers you In the next .
r
Groups of balloon In chosen col- r 1.L -Carolyn
Sale of the Conner farm was
Clara .
Fav Ward .i
ors were fastened at Intervals along made through the local Strout
the wall from ceiling. BecomesBride a Agency. Dr. W. E. Middleton and Foster

The refreshment table was SM Smith left Thursday morning .

overlaid with a large lace cloth Of Doyle Hazen COLORED SOLDIER I "by Jeep" for Cedar Key to Investigate "the lktt office

and centered with the tiered birthday GRADUATES damage at Dr. Middleton' typewriter rs
Mr and Mrs. D. L. Ward ol: 'o0
cake decorated with green and Lake Butler announce the marriage r s recently completed camp there in personal size It. 1 $ As.
and surrounded fern. Private Nathaniel Hunter of Lacy Wynn and Luther Walter-
yellow by of their I Ce r hd'
daughter ClarFaye .>'",m< iI '; I .
On either end of the table were to Elvin Starke, who enlisted in the Regular son, also property owners at Ce- to t 0
Doyle Hazen son .nfnet
tall silver candelabra holding tall Army in March, 1950, recently dar Key, have visited the area and
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, E. Haze
green tapers. graduated from the Leader'sCourse found some damage to their
of Brooker.
In the Third Armored Division but not "de
places they were
Greeting the guests at the door BRADFORD COUNTY
The wedddlng was an event of Ft. Knox, Ky., where he if molished" as first reported TELEGRAM
was Mrs. R, F. Young Joan re-
Friday evening, August 25, at G .>. stationed. He received his diploma
ceived her friends with her parents 8:30: o'clock in the home of Rev. from and ,
was personally congra'Aaldiey
before the fireplace. Halters of Jacksonville. '
"OT 'Bo Ji 'U>3 Xq preen) A&P's Policy of marking the price on item makes it
Throughout the evening punch Leamon Ward of. Lake Butler Division Training Commander every easy for JOB

was served, with Mrs. N. O. Max brother of the bride, served as Hunter graduated from R.J.E. high

well pouring and Mr. Maxwell as- best man. MR. AND MRS. OVID D. BENNETT: pictured above following their school here !in 1949. .

slating in entertaining the guests. The bride wore a gown of pink wedding which wan an event of September 1. Photo by Hollywood CHECK YOUR DAILY SA rING
Following several Introductory mode. She used navy accessoriesand Camera
Si Gift Shop. Girl Scout Notice
games led by Mrs. Young, proms her corsage was a purple or- .

were enjoyed by the young people. chid. Mrs. Lemuel Colson, leader,

this About affair 40 with of her Joan friends, enjoyed Mrs. Hazen was graduatedfrom Geraldine Shaw Beta Sigma Phi nounces that Girl Scout .an.// as ydu Shop !
Union County High School
Weds O. D. BennettIn will be resumed Tuesday, Sept. 12 ,
with the class of 1950 an has been The Gamma Theta Chapter of at 3 P. M., In the Scout rooms at
W. S. C. S. Notice employed in Jacksonville since. Georgia Nuptials Beta Sigma Phi will meet Monday the Episcopal rectory. All memo I S 5: also A&P for gives double you> a cash check register slip with each purchase,

that time. night, Sept. 11, at 8 o'clock at the bers and girls who would like tc a when'assorting your purchases'
Meeting of the Methodist Mr. Hazen graduated from Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Shaw of home of Miss Evelyn Newsome, become members are urged to be I at home.

Womens Society of Christian Bradford High School with the Starke announce the marriage of' All members are urged to attend I present. A&:I"s price are plainly marked on every Item and clearly show.

Service were postponed Tueeday class of '47 and from the Univer- their daughter Geraldine, tc (. on every shelf attractively low every day In the week
because of Inclement weather. The sity of Florida, Gainesville, in Ovid D. Bennett, E. F. S. H. 2nd I are able to keep track of Too
your purchases while ,
Circles will meet next Monday class, U. S. Navy, Norfolk, Va., son shopping uj
1930 when he received his B, A when home
afternoon at '3:30: o'clock as fol- of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bennettof you go you ran check your purchase ulth I the AiP;

lows: Circle 1 at the home of employed Degree In by Agriculture.the Massey He Motors is now In Lawtey.The -G I Cash Register Slip and be sure we've been right In putting up
order and
your adding bill.
Mrs. B. K. up jour
Peryman; Circle 2 at
Jacksonville where they will make ceremony was an event of
.the_.home .of.Mr!. A. Wood; ant, their home. Friday afternoon September 1,1 [
Circle a at me nome or Mrs. j, at 4:30: o'clock In the Methodlepersonage t: I Tall Cans White House EvaporatedMILK
? p p,
Wrll. looks
M. Hembree. an It it took a touch commended for the way they
In
Klngaland Qa. The I
Sunnybrook Club Rev. Herbert Ethridge officiated: of hurricane to blow Carolyn back swung Into action and also most

PTA Meeting Set Has Annual Outing at tho double ring ceremony. Into but her corner in the telegraph, helpful and solicitous were High-
nevertheless, here I am and way Patrolman Fillnglm and Police
The br'lde wore a grey gabardine hope to ,
The ,tarke Parent Teacher! Members of the SunnybrookHome stay with more or less Officers Morgan, McKnight' and .
Association will hold its first Demonstration Club enjoy.ed dress with navy accessoriesMr. regularity, due to the Impassioned Thomas Capt. Hugh Ingram, r

meeting of the year next regular their annual outing Wednesdayof Bennett returned to Norfolk pleading of my faithful public Al Crosby and other National! 2 for 23c
Va, Monday where he la I In True, I have enjoyed the little :
Guardsmen
Tuesday, September 12, at 8 p, m, last week with a picnic and vacation were much In evidence, ;
,
Radar !
school. He will be joined but have greatly missed lending hand
The meeting will be held In the swimming party at Hampton! a helpful around the ,
auditorium of the B. H. S Cafe- Beach. later by, Mrs. Bennett.ADDRESSES.- making my feeble efforts to keep armory, and Arch Thomas, Jr. IONA AT LOW PRICES 4
up with the hltherlng and thither- did a of EVERYDAY
teria. Guest grand job heading up the 'i
speaker of the even- Immediately following luncheorthe
ing of you fascinating Callatreet- relief effort In his FLOUR 25 lb. bag
Ing will be Mrs. Arthur G. j capacity as - 1.49
Ivey of members learned to make the ,
Gainesville. ters And remember .. 'Tisn'talways Legion Commander Althoughthe
flve-atrand check braid using pal. OF INTERESTThe my fault when I'm absent" storm veered away before It IONA NO. 2l/t! CNPEACHES
mettoJ fronds. This will be used from these columns Elberta h 9
SometimesI reached us, It's nice to know that Peaches Ib.-Jj
for pVirses and other articles. _
following new, renewal and get crowded out, like other popular our destiny is in such capable - 25c ,

MAGNOLIA Welners, broiled over an open change of addresses received by features, by urgent matters hands, if and when the need a-

fire, were enjoyed with the usual the Telegraph will be of interest that simply won't wait News- rises ,DEXO, 3 lb. can - 79c THOMPSON
trimmings. to readers: print la higher up than ever on '
FISH Those attending were Mrs. J. R Mrs H. 0. (Helen Prather) the scarce list, and the quota To bad the foul weather spoiled IONA NO. 2 CANTOMATOES

Kelly, Mrs. Russell Thomas and Burgett, 2731 Plunkett St., Hollywood simply isn't large enough to take gala activities planned for Labor - _ 13c Seedless Grapes, lb.-15i 1
O two email children, Mrs J. W.' Fla. care of all the news that's fit to Day weekend at Kingsley Beach

McRae and daughter-in-law, Mrs J. P. Sullivan, change from print-Including (sometimes I ) and other resorts but guess those IONA NO. 2 CAN CREAM STYLE YELLOW

Edwin McRae, Mrs. B: M. Mc Lawtey to Keystone Heights. yours truly things just have to happen once CORN

Rae, Mrs. V, A. Browning Mrs Mrs. C. E. Mattix, 401 Cedar St., in a while A lot of plans were - - 11c Carrots bu.----10c

MARKET Lois Newmans, and Miss Dorothy Harllngen, Texas. Hardly know wlilth was the upset including those of Red Al- / per

Ross. James N. Walker change from biggest news of the weekthehurricane varez, Charles Darby, and Bill Mc- --<''..'''...''m.'IIJI.JIlftI&.owt.

804 E. Call St. Starke, to Orange Park, Fla. or that game between Rae who went to Horseshoe Sunday -

Young Matron Circle Miss Mary Brownlee, 107 Green. the Lions and the Rotary Club only to be run out by the ap- 1'0" '
last Friday night Avocados -15
Open All Day ThursdaySpecial ridge Court, Towson Md. : used to Since I'm proaching hurricane Buddy ea. -
telling what the
you girls ,
The Young Matrons' Circle of Mrs. BUlIe Ross, Plum and Ce- Andrews Yaleman now vacationing ityfth1tTEEIEI*
the First Presbyterian Church will dar Streets, DeSoto Mo. wear at outstanding events of the ,with his folks at Kingsleyalso
Price to Churches, Clubs year, maybe you'd like to have
meet next Thursday September Miss Ruth Weest, Box 53, Tav. had a fishing trip to Okla-
etc Let us supply .you for. BarBq 14, at the home of Miss Hazel ernler, Fla. me report this little affair in truesociety waha cut short by the frolicsome Tomatoes lb. -15
editor -
Well
style. ,
Fields In East Starke. The time Mrs. Billy blow Hear the Super-Right
Fish Fries.. We have paper plate, A. D. Crosby, Oxford Noegel cut a fine figure In a t Wally Solanos, Wt'8tern. BeefSirloin' ,
of the meeting is 7:30: p.. m., and Colo. pair Ray Maples O. J. Underbills and *
napkins, forks ft spoons. Ph. 243 all members are urged to attend M. C. Thomas, 6S2 S. Chopin St. of Ruby Johns' bloomers will Frank Landrum spent the weekend Steak, lb. - 95c

Mrs. Guy Andrews, secretary, an- care Oliver Club, South Bend Ind bangs peeping coyly from beneath at the latter's camp on :
Bananas -1 1
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Ib.
nounced. Miss Virginia a pert beret Cliff (Legs) Curry waha, but only Okla:1,:1 llj
,.,-_.._._- -.- Sewell, Box 395 was trim In a smart print wornwlth"Mllor ..4.....___. ......__ caught Super-Rdght Western Beef. ,
i au v.csmu.. ra" u ag. "'
-.1 straw V. R. Fer- I
Mrs. Dolores Phillips care King guson favored the bare mld-drlff 8
Heights Hammonds Ferry Road, Llnthlcam fashion, but I can't say that it Cabbage lb. 5 5cA41
Buy Now--Don't Wait! Mrs C.Md. favored him Herb Thomas c- -
C. Dees
O'Brien, Fla. Route 1, was fetchingly attired In polka Snprr-RIKht \\' .. Beef
dots that (like his pitching) made

Clinic Chas L. Wiggins, DT3, Dental the Rotarians see spots before D Brisket ,Stew, lb. - 35c Grade A No. :2 Can
USNTB Coronado, San their eyes .M. C. Wells defied .
Diego, 55, Calif. the new look in a kneelength -- PEAS .. 23cSupcr

Mrs. Thelma Jennings, 722 voile that may set a new trend In -Right Fancy Sliced -

Woodlawn, Muscatine, Iowa. the fashion world but I doubt It Ann Page 21 o:&.

oa l I Rev. J. B.. Dixon, change from Jimmie Moore's turban made FrI.. Sat., Sept. 8, 9 i Bacon lb. pkg. 67c PORK & BEANS I3c
Jacksonville to Hendersonvlllc, NI him look like Carmen Miranda or DOUBLE FEATURECollege r r
C.
o Old Aunt Dinah-I never could A&P
: Grade
A
Donald Hardenbrook, Post Locator decide which DaysPeter Sujwr-Rlght Shioked Skinned
Section Ft. Campbell Ky. Hams PEARS, NO. 1 TALL 2&I

Carl Ward. 518 W. 24th St Outstanding among the Rotarl hays Mary Healy ,lb. - 59c
Jacksonville Fla. ans were! Jack TrawicK, positively A&:P Grade A Sliced

Lt. F. M. Williams APO [ravishing. brown with sequin. -ANDBorder Shank or Butt Portion PINEAPPLE. 2'/i 33c

care Postmaster, San 7-//. Bill Graham in handmade/ -

Calif. flowered sunsult with matching Fla. D. II D. Gr. A A&P: Grade AAPPLE
Karl-- Morsteln- change from visored cap Tom Slade In a BargainsWith .l

Starke to Rt. 1, Box 32, Deland Dorothy Lamourlsh looking sarong Fryers lb. SAUCE, NO. gj ljj

Florida. T. K. McClane' in well, Buck Jones - 62c
B. S. Outlaw, change from anyway he was In Lex Greentopped Color Cartoon & Serial A4P: Grade A No. 2 Can !

f Starke to 2511 Lakeshore Blvd., off with blue ostrich feathers Grapefruit Sections 22c

Jacksonville, Fla. .. '.And Hans Walker In an Sun.. Ion.. Tuo*, Sept. 10-12 Quirk Frozen Ready-to-Fry

Mrs. R. M. Lee, North Lake old circus tlnt-what( else could IH-C Enriched 46 O*. CanORANGEADE
I' Ave., Greenwich Conn. he get Into?) Many other Ma & Pa Kettle Whiting, lb. - 15c 2ScCashmere

otC-25 L. F. Smith, Jr., change from (as the old saying goes) too numerous RED
Lumpkin to mention, and I'm GO TO TOWN -
125,000 grin Ga., to Penney Farms, sure
sI Florida. that everyone got more than his Perch Fillets lb. Air Wick. Air ak
E37.9b .. 33c Purifier -
-
,- Mrs. C. B. Carrol S721 Greenfield fifty cents worth of laughs Marjorie Main. Percy KlibrtdeAlso

OiA.r Med.ls .- Blvd., Jacksonville, Fla. Quit a few-bouquets due to be Cartoon & Latent News Uncle Dens Rice 14 oz. '

fees. ; fi Marguerite Hughes, 402 S.V.. handed Flt
out to Callstreeters for .
12th St., UeiL, Thurs. Swif tn'ing. 3 lb. tin -
821.95 ; ; Gainesville Fla. Sept. 1S-14 .
5 the way they handled the "ret.ugee" ...- -
Mrs. L. A. Johns 023/ DOUBLE FEATURE _. '"' 9 for lie.
ti4 /IIi.I University : _
Ave., Gainesville, Fla. situation Tuesday night _.. oM "0"ij. Lux Soap rcg. bar -, __

Florida.C. P. Klnchen Box 28, Melro, hurricane when It was would expected hit us momentarily that the- Boy from I Indiana( Swan Soap, reg. bar - ., for lie

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Jeannette! Kincaid Ethel
Harry Kellum. 1602 E. Buffalo Sewell. Evelyn Stump Madge With Inn McCallaater Bouquet reg. 8c

! Ave., Tampa, Fla. Mlddleton and! others did a commendable AND
, N. T. Rltch, 410 N. W. 39th St., job of caring for the Palmolive Soap reg. 2 for 17c

J Miami Fla. I needs of those in the ,while
armory Super-Suds
I. ),r. Anderson, Rt. 2, Box 134, 'Ruby Johns headed up the food Kill Or Be KilledWith large - 28c

SLADE GAS CO.Inc. Deland, Fla.Scratch dispensing operation In the USO, A-Jax Cleanser lie
and Janle Avery and Bertha Lawrence' Tlerney

.pad, assorted sizes, Pearce did likewise at the Legion Also News Lux Flakes large 28c
, E. Call'St.- Ph. 121 Starke 13o Ib. Bradford County Tel.. Hall Nurses Stump, Ingram. -

!I graph McKnlght' and Gramacy are to be _- .... Llfebouy Soap reg- 2 for 17e 300E. Call St., Starke," Fla. _

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8. ".>50 BRADFORD OOITNTT TELEGRAPH. .u....... FLORIDA
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:TT-TiTJn: : _snnnpsnniddnaeiti5 Miss June Patel and Miss Dorothy Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cotrell left Mr. and Mrs Henry Godwin will Miss\ Dorothy Johns is confinedto Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Davis spent

Patel spent last Thursady t In: L. D. Green :were Mrs. Green'l Saturday for a months vacation in leave Saturday for a three weeks' her home because of Illness. the Labor Day weekend with rela- .

Palatka visiting: their brother-ln sisters Mrs. Irene Johns of Green the mountains and on Lake Erie. vacation trip during which they Mr. and Mrs. Tlllman Hutto and tives in Archer. !

law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Merton Cove Springs Mra. C. D. Williams I Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn had will visit relatives In Newton Kan children of Jacksonville were Mrs. Wallace Thigpen has returned .!

Galloway. They were accompanied of Tampa and Mrs. J. F aa their guests last weekend Mr. They plan to stop In New Orleani weekend guests of Mr. and MrsL. to her home near Conway

by Miss Fran Taylor of Hunt of Dade City; their nephewand and Mrs. B. W. Davis of Warner and other Interesting points on 9. Hutto. Airpark after a stay of several

Jacksonville. niece ::tr. and Mrs. William Robbins. Ga. the way. Friends will regret to learn tnat days In North Florida Clinic.

Miss Frances Taylor returne I Beck and daughters, Carol and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. Mrs. W. A Stern and Mist home of his son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and I

to her home In Jacksonville recently Cecelia of Hendersonvllle, N. c..i; returned to their home in Macon Louise Stern spent last Friday Dr. and Mrs. C. C. MendozaT. son, Gene of Tallahassee- were

Halle Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy after spending a twc I and their son-in-law and daughter. I Ga., Monday after spending last and Saturday In Jacksonville,, J. Griffin Is still confined at the weekend guests of Mrs. Fa a*

W 0 and,San- spent Sunday In Palatka visiting weeks vacation here visiting; Mr. and Mr. Willard Pass and weekend here visiting Mrs. Phillips Mrs. Hogan Smith returned in Jacksonville, because of Illness parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo D. "
Una sue I son Gene of Tallahassee. home .Saturday after spending last Mrs. Carrie RItch and Mist Green. i "
rS [ in Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs. O. E friends and relatives. parents Mr. and Mrs. O. B.

,'d to their week homes after McGauley.Miss Mrs. O. B. Flynn and Mrs. Pau' Edna and Leonard Noegel Flynn and other friends and relatives Friday and Saturday in Jackson Annie Darby were In Jacksonville Old new apaper--handy fo'
at last have returned from ville. Sunday afternoon visiting at the painting-1C
.day June Patel and Miss Canowa of Gainesville attend( Camp-of-th I ; rapping. MWklng,
H aIe'e P renU'v. Taylor spent last weekend visitingMr. Frar the funeral services of their aunt Woods, New York. They have Mr. and Mrs. Chris Stanton and Mrs. Hogan Smith returned! home of. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Men. lb. for lOo. Bradford. County Trlr

0 Haile, Sr. been counselors with the Gospel' home Saturday after spending the doza. graph."
and Mrs. Robert Barkley of Mrs. Henrietta Canova In Lake children Charles, Peggy anc
Jacksonville. City Sunday afternoon. Volunteers of the World Specul- James of Hastings, and Mr. and past three weeks in St. Vlncenfi Mr. and Mrs. James Reddish Mrs. Walter King was among

\ir( G. B. Flynn had I Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr.. had lator, N. Y., for the past twc Mrs. E. U. Jones and son, Alan Hospital, Jacksonville, where she and son, Gregory of Valdosta Ga. the nurses sent to the hurricane-

Irsll last Sunday Mr Donald Ray Tilley and mother I as her guests during Labor Day; months, during which time they of Taylorsvllle were guests of underwent a major operation. She and Mr. and Mrs. A. C.; Manages stricken Cedar Keys area this

r.lon Ward of Doug- Mrs. Rob Sheller, spent last weekend her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. have engaged In many activitiesof Mrs. Ada Alexander and Miss was accompanied home by hei and children of St. Augustine week by the State Board of

visiting Mrs. Shaller's sister I and Mrs. R. L. Epperson. and the camp. After- few days' Wilma Alexander Sunday after mother Mrs R. C. Weaver who spent Labor Day weekend here a* Health.

phOtOgraphic service. Mrs. Nanny Turner and daughter Ray Epperson of St. PetersburgMrs. visit here they will leave for Toe- will spend sone time here. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nell Joynei Mr. and Mrs. Webb Kersey and

I Gift Shop Carol in Tampa. I D. E. Knight and Mia( COIL Falls Ga., where they will noon.Mr. and Mrs. ed and! Mrs. Earl Johnson and children and other relatives at Klngslcj little sou are spending a few daysIn
Yancey
\\S .. Theatre Smith Ph. hadLU MSUr / Mrs. H.spent 0. Davis last Jr., of Tallahanaee Nancy Knight have returned from continue their studies In Toccoa sons Spent last week at Spring have returned to their home in Lake. Orlando with relatives.

junius weekend with Lakeland Falls Bible Institute. Metier Ga., after enjoying s -
where they visited the Lake, -- -- -- --- --
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'" last weekend and sister Mrther.tflIaW Davis her parents in Palatka.Mr. and The Mrs.latter R.alsc J.[ former's brother-in-law and sister Mrs. W B. Alexander and Miss Mrs. Jennctte Kincald, accom- month's vacation at Kingsley ,4 ASK. THE MAN WHO KNOWS r.l, YOUR WATCHMAKER!

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larsen, and) Wilma Alexander had as their I Lake. Mr. Johnson drove dcvvnto
Jones of had as their Sunday their companined avbgkq mfwy w w
Ernest guests
'I .1- her nephew. D. Charles Larsen guests recently Mr.' and Mrs accompany them home.
her Mr. C. C.
soti-in-law and panled by sister
daughter Mr. and Jr., and family. I C. O. Dupuis of Alachua. They Mrs. Gilbert Brown and Mist ',
Furnaa of Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. I Hopp of Tampa, spent. lat weekIn "
Irs. A. R. and young Mrs. Effle Johns had as he were accompanied by Mrs. Alexan Mary Ella Ward were!' visitors tc I

Ohio were guests this son of the Penney Farms. 'guests Thursday of last week her der's mother. Mrs. M. L. May. i Atlanta Ga. Jacksonville Friday afternoon.Mr. ,
' brother-ln- lir. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Mr. and Mrs, Joe P Tomllnson <, .
,1. Furnas' nieces Mrs. J. J. nard who remained to visit here :
j Gross of Jacksonville had weekend their and Mrs. H. C. Wlinbeily of '.
liter Mr. and Mr I Miss Edna Noegel were visitors tc I as guests son-
Lake City Monday. and Mrs. J. S. Culfort of for several days. in-law and daughter Mr. and Eagle Lake and Miss Patricia ,.'

rdY, Orlando.Mr Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell had Mrs. It C. Slaughter and children Wimberly of Washington D. C. ,

I"' and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and as their guests during last week of Jasper.. Mrs. Tomllnson's sister were' guests last weekend of Mrs

ofINSURANCE- Ifjimlly\ had as their guests last Mrs. H. B. Garrett and Mr. antI Mrs. Carrie' Walden and J. C. H. C. Wimberly and Mr. and Mrs ,

TY Branch ''Weekend their son and daughter Mrs. R. A. Lee of Jacksonville W&lden and family, all of Miami. Nelson T. Green. .

.W-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto I Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Barglroa of Sunday aftenoon the Tomllnsonc Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal {,

and children of Jacksonville. Sardls Ga., and their children and their guests visited Mr. Tom. 'have returned from a vacation 1. My pomonal Integrity ami profession, backed by 40 year g

Friends will be interested te Beverly and Robert, llnson's brother P. T. Tomlinson. I trip to North Carolina. of vxprrlrnre In Fine Watrh Repairing, It your Guarantee

------- know that Capt. M. C. Ford Jr. Mr.'' and Mrs. Lester Kite have In Huntings. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick art f>f Satiafact km. Authorised Distributor for Hamilton, a

has been recalled to the army and had as recent guests Johnny Am- Friends will be Interested tc enjoying a two weeks' visit with Klgln, and Ilulova Watvhrs. mciTlH ,1

will report for duty In Tokyo berson and Jimmy Mitchell, both know that Harry Tucker is ill and relatives In Georgia and Missis

WALL AGENCYPLEASE Japan on September 12. of Birmingham Ala., and Mr was placed<<: in. North Florida sippi. JEd Simpson

Mr. and Mrs. J. 1.. McDowel'and Pete Peterson and daughter, and Clinic Wednesday afternoon for Mr. and Mrs. J.: M. Vickers had<
PHONE 146 famlily and Mrs. R. I. Mc. Mrs. Lucile Ward of Jacksonville observation.Mr. as weekend guests Mr. and MrsL. .

Dowell of Jacksonville spent last Mr. and Mrs. Louts Dean recently and Mrs. Hans Walker had L. Gowen of Callahan. They GEM JEWELRY

Constant Service Over 50 Years Thursday here visiting John returned from a vacation as their weekend guests Mrs were accompanied home by little. _

Uglow and Mrs. C. F. Ward. spent with relatives in CourtlandN. Walker's brother-in-law and sister Miss Janice Vickers. who spent .

Mrs. Effie Johns had as he Y., and Far Rockaway L. I. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Fay of Coral the first of the week there ar s.

guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Osca They were accompanied home by Gables. their guest.

Carter and son. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Dean's sister Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. N, T. Thomas and !
,,
Mrs. Morris Carter and son, Morris Stlppell. Mr. and Mrs. David family of Brooker were guests I"" ,

Jr., and Miss Ester William Healy and Mrs. E. Tselman whc Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. B. T

of Lawtey.Mr. are visiting the Deans for twc Thomas.Mr. CARPENTER'S: CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S

Dedicated To Community Service and Mrs. Tony Stevens and weeks. and Mrs. W. J. Stud tlll)

sons Dickie and Terrence spent and Mrs. Stevens ant and daughter last
")lo\'les Are Better Than Ever" Mr. Tony Cheryl, spent
Labor Day weekend with Mrs baby spent last weekend with I weekend with J. S. Studstill and 'i (.0/, eE'.Aqa 18 fI.JJis.ipetss .5 ;t;

Stevens' parents Mr. and MnInhulsen relatives In Savannah Ga. family of Lakeland Ga. t1
Bav Sept. 9 ONLY Tue!'!. & Wed. Sept. 12 & 13
In Savannah Ga.
BL FEATURE r NI Dr. and.Mrs. H. H. Adams were S Face Powder & Toilet Water
-- scOI1 PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO HE
In Lake City Tuesday afternoon
GINO RANGI WARS VOTED ON IN NOVEMBER: 7th 1950
RAHDOmI 1 %
to attend funeral services for Di *I

Herlong's grandfather, L. D NOTICE Of ELECTIONWIIUUKAS tant .'f the Hlute.' The last Travel Size $5O
Greene. : Tht. 1..II"tur. nl oedlns, decennial, federal cenmia lr..1
19411. umlcr the CotiKtltutlull ..f 18HCof Blnniiiit with the Kfileral. c..".."
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. Knight the State of "',,,rhl.... illil punJulnt lest ahull, .also he the Hlate COIIHUIand.
lt'l lit ins |>r..l>.... its amendnielli _h"ll control In all inpiilHtlor, I flu Tut)
Jw1 I II spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. to the ConwtltuttiHi, oC th<. Acts ;.mil I CGimlltnilunal i i I upimiilonmemo i .
MtVJ5.N. Mr. and Mrs. 'Arthur Dale havi State of Plcjrlilu and the saute wonagrrr '. tinle** otherwise oraervil '
of three fifth: l by tin l ts'gishuttir.. \
<*il to hy n vote
.* OflI" byS I 'Y returned from a throe weeks' visit of nil memburs elortnl to seth I II
kMll I with their son Ambrose P. Dale I hrxlHH : that the volpn' on m.Id l tll.I'I: ? JOiNT IIKHOIUTIO.V Tills I IIVrA-p/irf I Featuring Turkey
.. Joint ItoiinlutlunH were entered up'on N'I. Silt
-AND- anq\ family In Wilmington N. C. ,' tlitflr rnupButlve Journal' ., nltlI I "it A ,HUNT ItKMlLiIJTKIN 1'-(>|)|>M.'
LIORGE.GABIr Mr and Mrs. Elbert Edward I the ymt.. anil nay thereon anil' Hi") Inll', nn. Ainetiiliiivnt" .I to Article. III
"illil determine and direct I that tin of tim i oiiMltiitloti' ttriitt lug to I the
LIIYN$
I and sons Bobby and Billy wen Hulil Joint ltem>!utlunw lie mikniltI l eitlMullv t I Oepaftnivnt" of the itt it Is
sit' recent guests of Mrs. Mae Edwards I to the vltvtnr' nf the $tate a t Uoveriiiuent" by Am'''nillnK Heutloti!!
the Urnornl Kindlon In Novembe }U Thnnnif I I''ci, IlIlnlu.I I, to Titles ol
and Miss Elaine Edward; 11h. 19r.O. Leg it,'let. II cc A,'ts, A.tile ntl met,I* anil
Lake. NOW THRnEFOKK t, IV A. MuhjHt ,,f -B-lKlatlve.. A.'ts.
tls4 *IC IkIlIIl upccuiityThurs. at Kingsley nit.p.'rel..ry of state of tin BIO I IT IU-I-IOI.V.: ':!t HY THK. .: UKll-:"
Edgar Springton of Raiford war State of Klnrlil. iu hereby give' HLATIMtK: ot1'1111 HTATK: Ol'
& Frl. 15 the 32 education honor notice that a i"iIJiIi OAt,
Sept. 14 & among NFHAL: ELECTION: That the frflloMlna niiienilmtiiit. ti
students Initiated Into the Unlverslty will he. hlrt l in *aihoiinty in Article i Ii I. Hfctlon III of the Con
1 of Florida chapter of Kappa Florida I on Tnemlay next; miociieU stlfutlon of Florida |I" hervhy Agreed\ .
ISO Inn the first Monday. In Novenb.'r i ..n.1 shall be aulimltted to the .I..c.|
I UI.P-tS
I Delta PI on Saturday Sept. 2 A. I). 1U50;; the "..Id Tuesday bring tpi'* or I the State of Klin-Ida. for ra' "
**Ins Ciold" Cartoon the tiricatlon or rejection at the next,
Friends will be interested tc< NOVKMHKR: tt,-nt'rai' election to be SlicedTURKEY
.t\p.NTn: PAY OP held In MO-
ig of Rockrtmen"FUNNIER know that Earl George who hat for th. ratification or rejnutlnn of v.mheiA.. 1>. lIlAC aa follow: Hot Turkey Sandwich
I the stiltS Joint Resolution proin| HKI'TION: I*. Acts; one subject I :
been with Southern Bell
employed
Ion 10 & Inll' Amendment In the Contltutlit preeil In tlllei amendments.' SANDWICH
,. 11 I
Sept.
in Orlando for several years harI of the ",,,,. 'of Florliln vim: Kach law ens'ted In the i..giele.1 Served With Drawing & Gravy
Lu I SENATE JOINT HISHOL.UTION lure iihiill emlirace. hut one sub- .
I been called back to active duty, NO. IS j".t and matter properly runnoctiiIhorewllh
THAN with the Navy and Is now station A JOINT RESOLUTION Tropo' which euhject shall I.. 60C 40cI
HErVUEFACE'lndtUCILUE In- an Amendment" to Article. V of briefly expresed In the title, and ntlaw
I ed at Green Cove Springs. Mrs.'I the Constitution of the State o:f Hhall he I amended or revised
8 George and their son, Don, areI Plnrliln, by Adding -Thereto an Aildltlonal I Iliy reference) to 'Its title only; but
Section to Provide that thiJ.eirlnhiture In Huch case the act a* revl..d. orK'utlon
'BALL I planning to move back to Stark. .. Shall Have Power' to or *iib..ectlon of .a ectlnn. I
as soon as they can find living Create Establish' and Define theJurisIlctioht or Paragraph of a subnet lion of "
:and Power of Juvenile I section. a* amended' shall be re'ensivtel I
quarters. Court and of the Officers Thereof and published at lenvth. 5 Let Starke's loading. Prescription! : Service fill your next pre rlp.tlon. .

Friends will be interested tc Original to Vest In Jurisdiction Hurh Courts of" AU Exclusive or Any HOUse: JOINT I.K8OI.UTION' Our prescription filet of over 300,000 filled prescriptions are I IJ

:-i I know that Roy M. Ward Is recuperating Criminal ('.ae* Where Minor. Undnr Nil 15.1A. testimony that all of your prescription needs are carefully compound. I
p Any Alt'. specified. hy the I..eiilInture *- JOINT It ESI: )t.UTIIN' Propo
'fliA satisfactorily from an Ar. Accused, Including the lag an Amendment to Article V J ed and our service I lie: reliable. "Quality drugs at minimum prices."
operation performed recently In Right to eflne Offennns Act ol of the Constitution of Florida Re
t Memorial Delinquency lntead of Crime: tc latlnato, the Judicial department
ARNER Archbold Hospital Provide for the Qualification, Election hy Adding Thereto a Hectlon to He
Thomasville, Ga. At present Mr or Selection and Appointment Known Jt. .. Hectlun 4J of .ArU.... V
I Compinalton.. and Term of Offlcv Therein J'rovldlns- for an Additional
.ayeM PicturiU and Mrs. Ward and daughter uf Juilff' **. 1'rohatlon Officer, anil Judicial Circuit of the Circuit
-r Plus "Mrnerr Jhsughwr" C'artoon Myra Jane, are visiting hit other Officer and Employee of (Court of Florida. Which Shell lie CARPENTER'S

Shurt.t Latest News & "Partner Perkins" SpecialLASSIFIED I parents In Dixie Ga., but are expected Much Therein Court by; Without Certain Existing Helnir Ilmlted i'ro-. Hhall the. )Sixteenth Consist. Judicial of Monroe Circuit" County.and

to return to their home vlHlon of Said f'ontltutlon. Florida and for the Election of a "
MB IT KRH ll.VKI> try ThE LEO-: .....te..' Attorney1 and a Circuit Judireof
here within the next few days. L.ATl'RKJ OP THE STATE! 01"FtARIDAI Such Circuit. The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled "
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burnt HH J IT HKHflUVRn: nY TIlE LKI1 ..
That the following Amendmentto IMI.ATUHK' OF TUB STATE OF '
had as their guests last week Mr Article V of the Coniitltutlon of KI.OKIUAI
I Burns nephew Bob Kemp of the Htate of Florida, by addingthereto I That the following amendment to
an additional. section to he Article" V of the Constitution of
Houston Texas. Mr. Kemp will known a* Hectlon 4t. be and the Florida, by adding' a section to be
l l4 Cunhman motor MOVING A TIAUL1NO of any kind enter Sewannee! University Ir name I III hereby. agreed to and shall known as Hectlon 4* of sail Article -
n '*4 condition. See See Billy Jackson Jackson Trann- I be ubmltted to the elector. of the V. lit hereby agreed. to and shall be
Bradfurel County TeleUh 1 fee Co., Ph. 165 or 49W. tf I Tennessee this fall where he will Slate of Florida for ratification or ubmltteil. to the elector of the State. USE OUR BUDGET PLAN
ministerial student.Mr. rejection at the general. election to of Florida for ratification or rejec
SINGER PEWINO MACUINK CO. be a he held. on the firm Tuenday after tlonflt the next general. election to
0.. n.mlnllton .21 suflI .1 40] N. Marlon St., Lake city Fla and Mrs. J. K. Douglas visited the first Monday In November 1960, he held In 11(50, as follows:
: Load. for NEW and USED ginger SowIng a* follow: SUCTION: 4 8. There Is created a
' brfl"od-"i.: : Sally, I Machine Reasonable month Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Parrish KF.i'TIO.V' 41. The t.e"llatire Judicial, Circuit of the Htat.!! of SHOP AT DENMARK'S AND
county Tel..raph. dh ly term and upeolal' Quarterly, yin Brooker recently. hall have power to create and etablUh *. 'I :ilil'I: which I is the r>lxt"enfh Ju- SAVESECOND
Seml-Annual I and Annual terms return.ed Juvenile Courts In such and which shall eon-
I for farmem. Come In to see UB Mrs. Bertha Pearce has County or Counties or tlistrit'tswithin aim of the county of Monroe and
hJL$ .. "EBVICE mlma or phone 880. or write u* or free to her home here after II the Stats, aa I It mfur! deem fur which there shall, b. elected on*
':T"rl'e.; I Phone 1IW. demonstrations In your home. proper and to define the jurldlc Circuit Judge and' one Hlate At..
tI..th!! ;, tf, If leveral weeks' vacation In Clar- lion and power of such court and lurn-y as provMed by law..
mont, Calif.. where she visited her the officer' thereof, and to vest In The Circuit Jude| from group ...v.pn .
TOp REP\tHRD' FOIl PREP) TELEVISION: IN TOfR and MUI h court exclusive original jur In and for the Eleventh Judicial WEEK! ; :
son-In-law and daughter, Mr. Circuit Regular 89.50
'S All HOME PHONE 219'! Chal. C. ldlctlon of all or any criminal and reldln' In MonroeCounty
C.ul'5., -- .a.Model........ Khrphrrd" Radk, Seat Cover tf. Urs. C. L. Hill. During her return c.specified...* where hy minors the Legislature under any.from.e of the Sixteenth shall h*Judicial the Circuit Circuit Judge and t I.

'".'..'MrkVLbu> ft T. V. .Starke., trip she spent several days time; to time are accused, Inclndlnic I shall continue a* such Juiltte linlll
k. 2311) with her 'son-in-law\ and daughter the right to define any or all of. the explrittlon of his term of office.
to-wlt. the first after the
fences commlted bY any pernon Tuesday SOFA
, t'1 TILE Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith In New n* act of delinquency Instead ol first arnmlay. In January. 1H5S '
'" "EIET: ) flflfo9 La. crime; to provide for the qualification. .I The Hlme Attorney hall be appointed e
.". .. Orleans election or selection amiKppolntments by the ftovernor to nerveuntil "
111.CI.f:8: ....".......... IV. Inntall .ll hind' of tile In old Guests of Janie Avery recent. of judare, probationotficerp the first Tuesday after the ;
u C 811EPHERD or new Mraefare Mrs. Sharper and curb other officer; and fir ii Monday In January, 1963.HOITS'E SALE
Mr. and P
Included ICE
Iy (SAVE !
41'nn $20 )
the
of such court
8t.-, Biarke Hard Tile for baths .t kitchen*. employee* as ,
\\'AJ1TED: 10 and Miss Annettee Harper vlHlsture may determine, and tf : JOINT ftEt'tLUTION:
'oil r.lIno pound for Armstrong's ReslU-nt Tile for Mrs. J. T II,* their compensation and term of NO. 5X C41I .
pant. or of Jacksonville PFtOPOHINtl Article, V
Amend
Bradford nfflce: all In "in-h manner, for ut-h to -
County T.l.- floor such as Asphalt Tile Rogers of Marianna and Rev. J time and according to such methods of the Constitution of the Hlale of '
Klorl.l' Helatlnr In the Judicial
Cork Tile, IJnoteum Tile 4 R. Hill of Dunellon.Mr. and as the determine Legislature, without may being prescribe limited purtment of the Government of 6950

RA'1I1; Th. Bradford, Yard Good,, Rug rtc. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and therein by the provisions In this the Vtate of Florida.nK A Sofa ttg Day -
"Iraph will Ie Lontltutlon a* to trial 10, IT RB80I.VKI: PT THE I.EO- .
ol'an old cotton paT ra... Also Mohawk rarpetlBir. daughter, Vida Jean and Mrs. J.J. feel Ion* 3 and ii of the 1 ..c/a''II..n/ / rATITK6J OF THE STATE OF .
" btton1 t. Rigdon were guests of Mrs (,t Rights, a. to line of, the term FU'HIDAi: A Bed At Night!
Call tin for FREE ESTIMATES.; "proeeontlnir attorney and "Infor The followlna amendment to Article 4?
Bonita Painter of Jacksonville Ion": In rlectlon 10 of the I>eolaratlon V of the Constitution of theHt..t.
u lop 1.011'!. 15, deIrablo I. Beach recently.Mrs. mm ..I Hlarht a* to election of Florida I I. hereby agreed to We had such Rood luck last we k that we're offering: this bargain again. i
N..,. lurn. apt. EI.et. "r r appointment of officers In H..". .".1 shall P.. submitted to the e.lectors beautiful sofa.! Limited number. .
"'k.ld. tnwn. 'n.. Carl JUDD TILE CO. Clarence E. Conklin left Ion[ 27 of Article S. all to jurUillc- of this Stale for ratlfliatlonor Seejhis : I
I. Farm. 0% mi. M. R. Judd Norfolk. Va.. after tlnn of criminal cae In Section, rejection at the next aenerallerton 1
for
. DPulent:. ltd. talciIf Pa. 213.... "l..... Tuesday 11.7.22 and it of Article 5. a* to to be held In the year' INGO.A -l 1
1 d :; pending several weeks with her original. JurisdIction' of the Inter- l:> that' I* tn say: A new necrion.hall I _
of minors In Section 1 1 of Ar- ,. be 'added t,, said I Article V to -
lt..r,. farm II mlnttte.TI FOR RENT:4-room: home, etc.Arcadi' J.- parents> Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Brownof isle tide: ft, and as to style of process' 1.. deslirnated Section 1A. reading Slightly Used Blonde
,
.: marpj It Inter..t.1 with bath garage If Alton Rd. While here Mrs. and prosecuting In the name of the mil providing a* follows: SEE i1'i1'Bedroom
lIlOmIrm Up T. Qula-Uy. by her Conklin was Joined other exltlna conflictIng pro. iness'of l the office of the County I '
hc.u... t'On SALE, house on big. IS.lot.WriteCenter R nnonable husband. Clarence E. Conklin. CSI visions of this Constitution.8E.VATE Judge renulree, In any county. hav- SuitWas I
I, lii'1 I acre. If old by 8pt. lair a population. of more than twolundreil Our New Large
.rk. >f SlIv.r iarg.lfl 'V. 8. ::t..Oict Bo* 10{ or apply' 4O9 of the USS Shenadoah. who came JOIST RESOLUTION and fifty thousand accordna Shipment Of ;
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Lak.
Itp down for Mrs. Brown's birthdayand NO 41 ti> the last census taken by the '

1.1.I.\LJ 4 ., S,,,,,,,.. frame FOR SALE' : Table top 555 range. several days fishing; with the ing A JOINT RESOLUTION to Section Propo Ar. United atur; rltale may provide Government for, on.the Le-tl add' I* Originally 119.50. Save $10! Living Room Suits :;
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'1. (" r''i. a room. barroom: net, studio couch..f'uini1: rl".* at Fernandina.Mr. :ti'ie 't.trmn1.a"Jo:: .t :i theStat. lonal. f'nunty Judge who hall be :
family
0lava'nrl... Mre.
machine electors of
" tal 'how ble washing ; nf Florida Relative to the elected by the qualified
,.i of *". Water h.t.r. ton, 411 Maillnnn Ht tr.ar.l'PFOR and Mr. W. G. Halle J,., state Censue, Making a> State R- such county at the time and placesf 7950 :
"r IIi' hlahway. ew.* and daughters Linda Sue ant numeration Unneceseary and Adopt. voting for other county officersind That Arrived This Week !
term. drawer Singer additional Judge
ltl.ut con.It. BALK T Inor the Preceding iMcennlal Ked such County .
neal Eutate A. Inr machine In first cla.*> jonrtItlon. I Sandra, have returned to their eral Census a* the State ('enn ihall hold hi. office for four years, '
.t '.n See Mr*. Delia .. TUB tKO- aol his compensation shall I he pro. Visit
old .;- home In Miami after spending liE IT RR80I.VKD I'Y Round Mirror Drop Center Vanity ,Us i ,,
AiScit ml. east of Btarke on I SLATl'RB Of THE STATE OF rliled for hy law. and bs shall have
bcL! n... U-'b.' "a. Icy Lake Ro..'. UPWAXTED everal days here visiting: Mrtaile's F..R.O": ant exercl all the powers and
ALIO a Ot!: .Ie". Mr. and Mrs. W. That the following amendment to perform all the duties that are' or f
':" :rfrj..Caoy. be -. daily ride t" ant front. } parents Section I, Article VII of th* (:"n. nay ba provided.. or prescribed by "
L5 c: ; : (lneYllle morning vettingl G.: Haile, Sr. aUI.tI"nof the State nf Florida the Conntltutlon er statute for -- i
nUp except Sunday. Or will take riders.Share Bullard of Marietta, relative to the Htate Census; he and ('", My Judges, and all laws relat.
"Y' .zpenul. Pont.rt..U"i"Mo.ir Miss Ann heearn* Is hereby r* Ine t.. the County Judge shall ap. !
:a"a.I "e" to a r.eI Pure ".. Ga.! was the guest of Mrs, C. F. shall I he submitted : .i.a',1: : ply to said additional founty Jnd-re: Denmark Furniture Co.
: ;k.,.. "llt"f'II'; (t, i.' and John Uglow re- he State of Plotld I for ratiflealion IN TEHTIMO.VTWHKftEOIT.. I
; plea.: ROflES-cuaranterd to live Ward and Mr. or rejection at the general' election have hereunto set my hand and af'txed -
.turn t.. Bradford bllHl. AARS Wlnnere from the cently enrout to her home witSfriend. to ... held on the first Tuee.lay '' the Oreat Real of the State of
- Up ...ut..'. largest growers of paK-ni Beach after the first Monday 'In riorlda al Tallahassee, the Cspl- PHONE 151
t: ed ,,,..., Writ. now. for "''"' foil. from Dayton November.' Its, as follow '.l. this first day of Ausrust A. D, STAnKE. FLA. t
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'"''.P..r Box I. color, free catalog- o' where they vacationed for a week I SECTION S. The Legislature ahallno 1950. ',
batb garage: J. T.U Nl'RSERIE8 FOX 633. 1.TI..RZ..: longer. b. required to provide n. A. (IRAYSecretary of State -
TEXAS. for an enumeration of the Inhabl-
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for Darllngton, S. C., to attend of Gainesville Tuesday night. of school. Most of this group also year there were 38 bolita arrest. South which, Aliened Ranar :22 Jim East.Wall Name. In I Ordep In next r..ur .

the Stock Car races. Miss Ilean Atkinson .was in, did well in first progress tests The Increase has coincided with Certificate No. 73. Year of Iu- at III" hand "nd...,.klr.Wltn"oa I
BROOKERBy STATE FARM the activity of the Kefauver crime once May 11, A.D. 1048. Description 1950.tark.. P'lnrtda! th''. .:
Mrs. Helta Brown of High Gainesville shopping Thursday. of Property 1 Lot ft* described In I.,..
Mrs. R. H. Parker and Mrs. Carl! (OFFJCIAL
Iva M.e r.ewlll Springs and Mrs. Howard Sumners Mrs. Iva McKlnney of Auburn. By Mrs. Bryan '",hlttl ''d committee on Florida gamblingand Deed Book 57 Page 149 Section 12, BEAL) .\,
Brown left on Sunday for Flint Governor Warren's series of Township 8 South Raj.re (1 Kat. A. Clerk J Th.
of Lakeland visited Mrs. L. A. dale visited her sister, Mrs. C. L> Name In which Anenaedi John.War. :Ry Myrtle 01 "14
Mich. hearings for sheriffs accused ot ren. Carlo. E. T I).... (
Birthday Anniversary Mott Sunday. Atkinson, Saturday through Mon Friends of Bert Hlnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. DavJa, Jr. neglecting gambling law enforc All of laid property. being In the Attya.ty Ave. O"ln."I1Io.Harper, 204. Fr a.. "UI, '
County of Bradford, State of or l'lf .
Vance Russ of Lake City, formerly Allen Thomas and son of Apopka day.Mr. will be interested to hear he if of Tallahassee were Friday over. ment. d... ; FlorlUnlenn :,.
of Brooker waa honorcf visited friends here last week. and Mrs. Donald Conner of I' now attending a radio and television night guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. nuch certificate or certificate I. Circ.lt; "" ,
Mrs. Elton and children Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L school in Chicago 111. N. North. :\olr. Of App.......... For Tax Dtr. *. shall be redeemed according to Julius j,, e IIrsdf,0,4 CaFIoi0
Sunday on his 73rd birthday anniversary Taylor I I Notion 1 I. h..rl>.v irlven, That '1'. J..All.rman law the property dencrlbed In such Orac.v.N. \\Urren
afternoon. .
spending a few days here with Atkinson Saturday Otto Hicks, Jr., left on Mondayto Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney had! the holder of the follow certificate or certificate win be 1\'ftl/,. ,fl., u., tlft

a t the home of his son and her mother, Mrs. Jim Mott. We are sorry that Mrs. Ned r enter the Baptist Bible Institute as their visitors during the holidays INK fica certificate I..*. for a tax ha deed. filed to be said l. cor.tI uethereon. sold Court to House tho highest door on bidder the first at Monday the. Order Apg..r 01 PUI.Urhll..a .."1'nl.S.

daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Eubanks of Hicks is a patient in Alachua in Lakeland.Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Byron Watkinsand The certificate Numbersand In the month of October 18SO. Grace W.!SrA'I ''1 o 10' .'od 'OIl '
which I la the 2nd War,. '(
day of October ., 'I.U'Ubt"
Ernest Russ of Brooker Those Anthory were dinner guests of County Hospital. Gainesville. We IJessie Bryant arrived last Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Foster of tlon Year of the of property issuance and, the the doirrlp name 1950. alldr.aa Oaineovllle wao: 2/11!/ wb.N ,.tt,,

present to enjoy the affair with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker Sunday.Mr. wish her speedy recovery. week from Ft. Myers to visit relatives Ft. Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs In which It wag assessed are us fol- lir.n Dated this BOth Day of Auruit tiu.1 .11,1'
lowE Fractional of Certificate M.mbV"Vr< $"'' ..ntJ',
him were Mr. and Mrs. France and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Mrs. Miss Geneva Stokes was in here. John P. Turney and their children No. 80 Year of issuance part May 31, A.D.1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas named ('. '' 'PP'k' :,
COurt
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RUM and children and Mr. and H. E Stokes Mrs. E. M. Lewis and Galneavllle shopping Monday.Mrs. Recently shipping out In the Mary Carol and John Jr., of Jack 1947. l>c crlr>tlon of Property; LotS Clerk County of Florida.Circuit Court of 9l-4t-Bi2 Bradford| Plaintiff aeek. ''sI ,I. ,".,.
1. S of Bile B. sunny Acre. Bub-l>lv | dll''r, ,
Mrs. Ordell Howard and children Miss Iva Mae Lewis visited at Wilson Russ! and Mrs. G. Merchant Marine Service were sonville. Hlon Section: 21, Townnhlp 6 Bout. relief ot n.lnl!' 1Ir.1. !. stt)I ICotltrol

of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Mack the home of Mr. and Mrs. MacK W. Davis visited Mrs. Ned Hicksa Walden B. Wadsworth, Fred D. Mrs. I* P. Gaskln of St. Peters- I, Kenned flange: 22 II.Kn A..r.]Manama.Certificate Name .In which A*'i In Eight The JiiillrlHl rirci.lt Circa. Court. In Of sad Flortita 11'0.Itr..Uord ,shalt. ..._ ."p.-'I.I.h IIradlord,.! thi.ay 's e'. ,,,",,.,, InG.I"n 1

Howard of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Lake City Wednesday patient In Alachua County Hospital Eiland and Donald W, McMahone.Mrs. burg has been the guest of Mr No. 86. tear of lt.ua. ttanntv.. A* Low.Olobe --Witnas5- -- l'sues 10
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Wilson Russ and children and :Mr. due to the death of Mr. Hunter. Gainesville Saturday.We Alice Fancher of Orlandohas and Mrs. M. C. Roberts since Sat. ance Property May 31, A Ix.D.>t 1948.7 HIk Ueacrlptloof 18 N H.noN.D tion, Plaintiff Finance v Co.*. Mallory, Ino. a C.corpora Thom at 11150.Starke,my Flotidit hnnd. ,"th" ,J r.i,1, ,j

and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Reddick Thomasof are glad to welcome tc been visiting her sister Mrs urday. Additional visitors of Mr &.c. 21, twp. 0 8. Range 23 El an and Virginia/ Thomas, Defendant (OFFICIAL .I'IU'I,
SEAL
daughter. of Brooker and Mro and Mrs.E. Nlta Johnson. They recently were Mrs. Roberts Name In which Assessed: Marl Civil Action Dama&,88Ord. ) .\ ,
Lake City visited Mr. Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Howard and on separate occasions Jon.... of Publication and Notice to Aa Clerk. "I ThJ,1
Iva McKinney of Auburndale. J. Lewis Sunday afternoon Weight and children of New York guesU at Smith Lake of Mr. and during the past week were Certificate No. 67. Year of h.u. Appear HTATM OF FLORIDA. TOl Ca..l<>a E.ny Harper Styrtle T I). '"114" 'C

Roswell Kelley of Jacksonville A large number of people from who have purchased the E.. C. Mrs. J. O. Lamoreaux.. Mrs. Dana Duke and Mrs. Jack ance Pr.vpertv.May: ; 81, Iot A.D.8 194S.HIlt lieacrlptloof 18 N Hen, I.Mallory. South C.Bend Thomas. Indiana who and. renldenc Virginia ty Avor br OaIne9viti Plt. 2". i "u'', ('01.11
Arriving Monday from Milwaukee Crawford and her daughter Thomas whose residence 1* Lake- .
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annual Suli-DIv
the Mectlon
visited his mother Mrs. Doris here attended big Lo.-ig home. 21. Township 8 villa, Indiana. :5.11:
,.Wls., for a visit with Mr. and Sheryl of Lake Butler; Mr. and Mouth Mature 2.1: Ea.t. Name I In In CIrcnlt. Ceupt.
Kelley and other relatives lastws.k meeting held at New Hope Primitive We also welcome Mr. and MrsCecil I Mrs. Lynn Hall which ..ANeesae,1: Jan W. Hall You are hereby notified that a FlorId.1 In (..."...Ilr..utt'4
oniL Baptist church last weekend I Melvin. They have an were Mr. and Mrs Mrs. J. N. Cauthen of Gainesvilleand All o( uld property being In the suit has h..en Instituted In the above William loturphy .r,. .
John L. Hall and baby daughter County of Mrndford mate of named court and caune by the above Loula. J> It
Florida 'fhrphy
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ander. bet,
Rev. Q. C. Eubanks of Anthonywas > ',, .
minimi
L. A. Mott Z. W. Hamilton and apartment with Lee Gainey. Sandra Union. uch certificate or certificates plaintiff against Mallory. 'd
at the Lynn and Mr. and Mrs son and their daughter Vicki of hall he redeemed Thomas and Virginia. I Thomas a* Or'er 01 ""
eon, Tommie, J. V. Edwards and guest speaker Baptist Wilbur Feagles of Jacksonville according t.n'a.v P"h".I1.,..
McCrath. Jacksonville.Mr the properly described In such defendent money owed the pfain.{ Appeer 11'1'1'.1 ..... tat ';'
Elton Taylor left Sunday morning church Hunday. visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis Mrs. Lettie Parker has returnedto certificate or certificate will l lnoId be tiff on a promissory not. entered LouIse Murphy Whoec.', Ci
of Is afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. Jimmie Bradley! to the highest' bidder at the Into. executed and delivered to the address I.: fZ4 .
A crowd people enjoying Sunday her /home In Tampa. after spend. Court House dour on the flr.t ]Mon plaintiff. at its place of builnei the Inll'. Long Island 1661h.. Sl'.. '
the revival this week at the Baptist N. C. Mott and Mrs. Edgar and their baby daughter, Gloria day In. the month of October 1950. Lit day of December A.D., 1948 In You are require, New )' :
time with ,
ing some Mr. and Mrs
church with Rev. E. E. Ernest Wilkinson liTstarke on business Jean, of Jacksonville were guests which la the 2nd day of October I960 Palatka Florida. September it, 1950. ,'I" .
Business Leaders were 3. r!. Wvnn. u_. and_m_ _famllv.______#. __ Imted!! .._thin 30th Day of Austint 2950.UFILctAb And you and each of you are fc..*>.. flaJned! __Court and _.u" _'W
of Gainesville conducting the Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Day. with two 01 wr. &nu jvirs. j. .... Draw"ySunday. ( ; SEAL.) A. J. Thom, by required to appear In nald Court B'ninurr: ...k.--dlvor? *H.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford and came October 2., 1950 and to County Telegraph 'hall n
Hall Value of servcea. grandsons. Eugene and Ellis Cum- County, Florida. 0l4tU2Not | | hen serve your answer or other de Order In nest four,, ,;"' II'h:
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Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis Visit. sons attended a wedding at An. ble, of Plant have Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and' fense on the plaintiff attorney a* 'Witne.. mv hnnll on.. .kly ,..
City, been visiting '
IP* or .,ppll<-..l..n For Tux, flied I ..e UI'r.d by I law, otherwise default attttark. Florida 'rlloll""
tloch Sunday.Mr. their daughters Patricia Wlllard this
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ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave the Wadsworth and Ma'chett Notice la hereby riven, That T. J. I be entered airalnet AUIUII
EFFECTIVESPEAKING Cook of Fernandlna last weekend. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of family. and Emma Lou spent Labor Day Alderman the holder of the follow. each tenyto.:1 5Witnes. (OFFICIAL PEAU) A r ntlon
I Montloch and Mr. and Mrs. Her. Inn City of Stark. Tax certificates my hand and seal of the A. Clerk of ,
weekend with Mrs. Emma Rivers
Miss Iva Mae Lewis spent Visiting Mrs. Ann R. Guy in has filed bald certificate for a tax aid. Court at Starke Florida. 24th ... Jly Myrtle T. D.'..'d. r,
Thursday evening and night with shel Layfleld and children of Gainesville and with other relatives In Aub- deed to be issued thereon. The cer day of August A. D., 1950. Frank J.nnelruIII, Stark., D
Thursday of last .week ( Number and Year of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Attyg for Pit FI..
I'I'f Gainesville Visited Mr. and Mrs I* ,
urndale.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tllghman of were Mrs B. ;L. Hinson and Mrs nuance, the description of the property A* Clerk of laid Circuit Court. \11 I''
f Gainesville. N. C. Mott"Sunday. Lauree Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox and! and the names In which" U Herbert R. Swofford Palatka Florl I.. Clre.lt ("..art. Ilr...", ...
., Mr., and Mrs. Ralford :Srannen I Brooker ITA MeetingThe Mr. and Mrs. James Barwlck of their daughters Misses Geraldine tificate No.8. Year of Issuance *. for rif. |l4t923n | Marion Nancy Davis OoolIn". I'lalntlrr:
of her Gainesville Patsy Mary B. and Lois Irene of March 29, 1947. bencrlptlon of 1'ro- f Douglas OOodln".
of Ralford were guests first meeting of the Brooker have been Vlstlng his party: lat I of Block 27 I.r'nd
Llvlnfirntonruby
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Ca..
mother. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Gainey!, PTA for this year was held at the parents here. Orlando were weekend guests of A Company' dub( Division to Florldat rirenlt!. (C'hMvrrr.tebecca .ar.. Bradford" Cevutr Order Appenr.f. P..II..tl. "lid "Iift No. I

last weekend.Mr. school last Thursday night, Aug. Due to the hurricane school was i Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox and of Mr chip Town 6 South of Starke Rancre, Section 22 Kant.28, Town-Name James ..1.t.'hHI'i: :, Plaintiff Defendent.v*: Marion Douglas 51519: OF(loodi FI.OIIID,,.. ,.

and Mrs. T. W. Markey! not held here on Tuesday Contrary and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Little In which' A..enned: Homer William Cane, No. 8017 residence You I.: l'nknown .t

were In Jacksonville on business r 31.A review of old business wa to tradition, most of the Melanie Bradley who had been Ir ance Certificate t'.rcr.ooi' No.1947.9. Description Year of luu-of Order Of Pnbllrntlim. And Notice To September are 25 r"'lulr..d, 1050. In to 'PP"'5. ,

Tuesday afternoon.W. given by the secretary and plan students evinced a certain disap Orlando with Mr and Mrs.Byror .' .. ; & of Block, 43, LlvlnntonTruby I James Appear.Joseph STATK Herrlck OF PLORlnA Whose re TOl*|. plalntltt named Court seeks And can... "h",.
Company' divorce
H. demons and Ellis demons Evans for several weeks, returned Sub Dlvl- dance I la 256 Franklin St. and tell,
were discussed for the coming pointment. Stores were closed for don to- Town of Stark Section 28" New York Brooklyn of maiden nams tIred
of South Florida :were guests half reslden'ustayed home at that time. From here the Township e Houth Range 2? Kant. County Telegraph shall Pllbll'h r.
year. a day as most Name In which Anienned: Julius You are renulrd to appear on Ocober Order in next .
of O. W. Hazen and attended the An election of officers was helc closely at home. Gerald Coxes went to Rome Ga. Duller. I 2nd 1950, In the above named Witness my : 3ran'd.; in,
All of saId Court and cauie. wherein nlnintirfeek at Stark.. Flnr'__..'_.. .... tfitii_
annual meeting of Nw Hope Baptist at the close of the meeting. The Labor Day weekend visitors In- where Misses Patsy and Mary B County of Bradford property State beingIn'of Florida.the divorce and custody, of 'chllren. 1910. n. ..,.? nugmj L
church last weekend. cluded Cox are students at Martha Berry ITnlenn such certificate Bradford County Telegraph (OFFICIAL SEAT.
following persona presented by a : Mr. and Mrs. Rahme, or certlfl A. J TV,
College and school catev phall be redeemed according hall publish thin Order In the next, A. ("I.rk
Mrs. Lottie Edwards visited here High respec- 01 said e,
nominating committee, and unanimously West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. to law the property described In tour weekly liuea. By Myrtle T. Denver. Dput '
sister, Mrs. Ellen Barbour of elected .were: R. C. Gray Sr., Miss Grace Roberts tlvely.L. such certificate or .certificate will Witness my hand and official seal I :1.41.e''
Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. D. Dobbs and he old to the highest bidder at the at Stark., Florida, thin Slit ot August _
President-R. M. liters Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gnann, family had as Court Houie dnur on the first Mon- '1950.OFFICML In CIrcuit ("..ar'. llrndfQj ,.,
,J# W. H. Hinton of Gainesville Vice President-H. B. Crosby Tampa: Mr. and Mrs. E. Van Al- their guests during the past week day In the month of October 1950 ( SEAL A. J. Thoman. Florlitai In Chaarerr.Boala ?
.'.,.... spent Saturday with which I la the 2nd day of October. A* Clerk of said Court. Er..at Belfiore' I.J:
night Secretary-Mrs. Grace Bingham stine/Mrs.: Earl Ayers Cocoa; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Davis and 1950. Ry Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk Belflore, Defendiat"Order
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green. and at. Treasurer-Mrs. Luclle Ed.> and Mrs. James Broome and' their daughters, Dianne and Gall Hated thla 30th Day of August. John J. Henderson.. EHO., 4>33 Col. Aa" Sn J f

DALE CARNEGIE, *.,.?, 01 tended the annual meeting at New wards. children Orlando: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ira Starling and her (1950.,' I A Thomas nlal Att'a.Avenue for Fl.,. Jacksonville.9ll.4t-OlsI| Florida| Appear.. Of Pnhllratlnn..rA'I..I...sIt Fl.liRlni\>, -

".Haw to Win Frl' ..... ..... Inflame.* Hope Baptist church last week. Retiring officers, who have servo Thomas Wadsworth Bunnell; Mr. children Timothy and Betty Jean rierk I of l1cLbouror Bradford i I Linda Srala I-elflore. Wh..V
"....... '. County Florida. defoe and address In
INMiplr. to Slop .r.rl.: Dl4t923V | | : via Romit
.nri hart I.IIa.'' end.Mr. ed for the past two years, ot and Mrs. Frank Williams and all of Jacksonville, and Pfc Billy I. Circuit. Court tlrndford County" No. I Pomzallo. Rnjuio.. lti,,.
If you aspire to IliffihliesS. Leadership and Mrs. Oscar Brown of longer were: Russell H. Green family Dunnellon; Miss Betty Dur. Whltehead. U. S. Air Corps, 01 , or An-pllrntlon. Fur TUT D..I 'larldai' !. ('hanc.V.fleorgo You are required< tc inntir"
Putman Notice I Is hereby given That, F. ]M'ackham W. Singleton, Plaintiff, v*. September 25, lifio J ir 'h, ii t
you will! find there 1 I. no substitute Hall visited Mrs. :Mary president; Mrs. H. B. Crosby secretary ling Jacksonville! ; Donald Fair- Camp Gordon. Georgia.CR7'iF the holder of the following Slary. Singleton, Defendent.Cane named Court and Vats wht"
Green and attended the annual ; and Mrs. :1.V.. Kelley cloth Gainesville; Miss Idell Dur. I'ROBE BRINGS:' certificate has filed said certlfl No. ..8043rder flalntlff: *eek* divorce Drill
for Effective Spc-aklnr and cn tea for n. tax deed to be issued ( or Publication And Notice To Telegraph shall publiiht, ;!'
the Ability to Handle For meeting at New Hope Baptist treasurer. ban, Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. Marion HIGHER IIOUTA ARRESTS hereon. The certificate Number. Appear STVI'H OF" FI.ORIUA TO. Order In next tour ne'ky! In'
People. church last weekend. I Crews, Jr., and Nell State Tampa-County and city officers and Year of Issuance, the dencrlp- Mary RlnKletnn, whose realdence' Wltnciia my hand ami? (ff, lal.| .
New officers will be Installed at
88 years, the Dale Carnegie Course \ lon of the property and the name and address Is: 4137 Frame Place,, Rt Starke, Florida !hlUlUft
Mr and Mrs. Alex Williams of the next regular meeting. Parent i Farm; Miss Mary Ella WardStarke have made 33 arrests for In which It wan anne**..d are a. follows lunhlnir., Long Island. New York 1950.tOKFICIAI..
In Effective: Speaking and Human Jacksonville : Certificate No. 79.! Year. of You SEAL) A '
visited her parentsMr. MIss Ruth bolita gambling in Tampa since are required to appear on Thor
Relations haa BiiccenNfully trained I are urged to attend PTA meetingsMr. ; Sibley Theres- intiance June 1. AD. 1948.) D...- September 25, 1950, In the above A* Clerk ,,' II! ToRy '
and Mrs. Dave Green last July 1. orlptlon of Property Lot 6 of Bile 21, named Court and cause, wh..relng Myrtle T. Doavei. D . thousands of ambition men and weekend.Mr. and Mrs. H. n. Crosby, with In the first six months of the ,.tvlna-xton, Trtiby Sr C"* Additionto seeks divorce.I Bradford '... Frank T'findrum. !'ter. Tint
women throughout the country and Mrs. Earl Green an( their brother-in-law and sister sa.LONG Starke. Section_ !:! 28. Townnhlp tt ounty Telegraph shall publish, thin Atty.. for PIt.:1 41 i

Learn how this training: can help children were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Blount of

you achieve positions of leadership Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vlckery, Jr., Tallahassee, recently enjoyed a BRANCH =
sightseeing trip through the HOTTEST TRUCKLINE
enable to speak with and
you poise I
confidence I I IWElij Smoky Mountains of North Caro By I\lrs. J. L. Strickland
in private and before
lina and Tennessee. On their re

groups; prepare you for increased turn trip. they stopped over' In Schotjl,'started September 5 at .

earning power. Warm Springs Georgia or an Interesting Clay HilL The rain followed thick ,,13%

Flans for Fall Classes will be announced visit to "The Little and fast but never-the-less the IN AMERICA!

later. Course will be sponsored White House" home of the late pupils-large and smallreportedto

by theflotary Franklin D. Roosevelt. school and we hope they are off tI/

Club of Starke Richard Crosby son of Mr. an
Bill Graham President.Meanwhile Mrs. 11. B. Crosby. left this weekto Clay Hill principal, intends te

: for further Information begin part time'employment teach at Clay HU1 school days and! cia I

and }our FREE copy of while attending the University of In the school at Green Cove

"Quick and Easy Way to Loam to We offer the people of Starke Florida at Gainesville. Springs In the evenings. How

:Miss Betty Jo Crosby has gone ever, we predict a few days like
Spook In Public, mall the coupon and \lclnlty one of the most to live with her grandmother, Mrs. Tuesday was will change his mine'

right away. O. L. Pritchard, at, Greensboro. I an he, too will be asking for 1)/silks

I i'j.ni'lDA.. ;: INSTITUTE modern ami finest equipped She will attend the Greensborc board at Stricklands! tw,5

I p. n. floE 3.13 I weldlvg shops anywhere. high school and will be a member :Mr Nash had intended tc
..............111. 3. Fl. of the senior class.HAMPTON. board at Fred Lang's, but af 'ofiic/f2'
I Send m. Information about th* | AU Work Guaranteed
Halo Carnmcl f..ar.. and tnr Daisy Lang had the misfortune tr latest available registration figures shew Ford Tracks scarf ,
VltHM: Copy .( tn. booklet. rI breaktwo ribs and is not well .
yet bigger sales
< *a..1r .... i:...,. War: to Learn | SMITH'S GARAGEAND gains than all other makes combined! ;
I H. L. Polk &
Nash had to look elsewhere foi : Company 1950 new truck license registrations
p NaME .. .. MACHINE report-latest available
SHOP 6-month
-------- period
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By: Mrs.. M. C. Sweoney board, so he comes to Strickland ,4s. GIVES YOU ALL THESE
!!* (January through May) versus 1st 6 months, 1949-shows (
1 ---------- I Temple Ave. Starke to board again. Daisy is ,(\
staying Ford
Truck !
sales EXTRA-VALUE FEATURES
I increased
73- compared to a. V ,.:\\0
CITY ... In !
Lawtty with her <
L ------------ -:uAUUIIBS Prominent Speaker f ScheduledRev. daughter decrease of.6ft.for the rest of the truck industry. "
- - 1-
.. Mrs. Winton Parrish, until she I. Choice of V-8 or 6-eylinder power!
- --------------- Jacob Gartenhaus D. D., .

LIU. D., of Atlanta Ga., the pres. able to come home again. 441iQ Two 145-hortepower Big Job*!

ident and founder of the International Ander Harris was very ill according t Over 175 models to choose froml!

SERVICE Board of Jewish MissionsInc. from Maxvllle to the folk last..report we had: *: New IKMionepowerSlXl
V\1RE
will be the -
SrORE speaker on Sunday
.
: morning at 11 o'clock at the Harry Padgett's broken leg hat ,1 Ford Million Dollar CaM!

PHONE 189 First Christian Church. This is healed, and he can walk some on BONUS BUILT Construction 4

State Roads 100 & 200 a privilege seldom enjoyed by a It now, but the limb is still very! I which mean big reserves of

STARKE FLORIDA small community, and all have a sore and much swollen. The doctor . strength and poweri
,
It will be
says some time
yet
moat cordial invitation to attend
OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. this service. before he can go back to work. laI r "--- Ford longer truck life

Miss Lorene Fields returned .1,,_

Church Dinner home Sunday from Lutz where .. ... o.ONUSI"Si." .,give' h addition'lo

Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, On Sunday the closing day of, she spent the summer with her what It usual or McMy eW-YV..fcrt.,.

the two week revival' meetinga sister :Mrs. Walter Lang who war

And Accessories bountiful dinner was held at the 111 all summer but is now Improv. 9%

Baptist church at one oclock. The ed. Lorene attends school in -

I dinner, planned to be held on the Baldwin.Mr. "RUCK ..."- 6% .

Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car church grounds, due to rain wa and Mrs. J. L. Strickland tfIIIts: .... --.-.-* 111-111 _111 ... 111-; 111 * TucK_ __ "S"_ ."'>

by the new Silicone process The new. placed on convenient tables in spent the last weekend In August -. T

o way to lasting: car beauty. $7.50 the hall of the new church annex In Webster with his brother and . C .JlrJC! .(_JQC!.' III k1.-_;.;"!_" In_.'_ ,:;

WATERPROOF A Corrosion ResistantREFINEMENT Rev. James Sims of Mlcanopy, sister-in-law. :Mr. and Mrs. Raymond . .

oO brother-in-law of the pastor Rev Strickland. has been ill. S . . -AU MAiTiFO 4IjO'-'l'

Bob Cray, preached the 'morning, Monday of last week your reporter !....CI..I' ,o!! -

service, while Rev. Donald Mar was taken suddenly HI and
tin; evangelist of the current was unable to write therefore you .D TRUCKS J<0f SaUS rU CINT Of
.M.
fr SAsh CM1N*
meeting, closed the service that had no Long Branch News last IIKK.Sl INCIiASIFenl
evening. The Hammond organ week.. ........ ...... ......; 50538 73%
All ether fruckscombined
during the. last week was a great A peanut boiling for the Mission .
......;.decreaie 17979 6%" .
attraction to music-lovers. Sunday school was held at Strlck Truck"B". ............... .. 8455 6%; fi,

Guest SpeakerRev. .lands Wednesday night Aug 30. Truck. "C".........decrease 1619134%"

Cox. of Palatka Nellie Wilkinson Is Improving Truck"D".........decrease 12 __ .
thguest .
was < .
nicely following a recent opera. Truck-E". ................ 2979 9'%" .
speaker at the
First Christian .\ :
tlon. A number of neighbor I AIIQther*. ......decree. 1321O23; .
\' in every necessary detail in a Service church on Sunday night. He gathered at her home and con. I ,
was accompanied by Mrs. Cox and '
ducted ,
available locally and widely known their two sons, Bradford and Bed She misses prayer meeting recently .
going to church sc ..
for its modest cost, its wholesome ford. badly. We' should go to the shut. .

courtesy, and always! tactful sympathy School l'ee" to Ins them and take when the church service I SMART TRUCK urf*< mceamizfl 1x74 ".'u.. ., --34% "
The seventh and eighth grade they are unable tc: near KNOW rooAr'j SMART
attend. mur it TH* 'joANDREWS 'ORDI
of
Hampton elementary school!

elected class officers on Septenv ,

DeWITT C. JONES ber 4.The. FREE
officers for the year for the MOTOR CO.

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. _ Slade Ighth; vice were president: president Ray Donald Brook. For Prompt FREE Removalof

ft Funeral Director Ambulance Service i Ins; secretary, Margaret Hersey; Dead Crippled, & Worth.. Madison & Adams

t reasurer, Jay. Alderman. less Cattle, Horses Mules, Streets .. STARKE FLA. 118
Our local :funeral home enables oa to offer convenIences and The officers for Telephone
the seventh: & Hogs .
services not otherwise available. grade for the first semester
were:
president, John Rusha; secretary Call 132 StarkeWE Ford Trucking Costs
.__Sn JJ =flSr JS srrsSrSJrrrrrrtSrrtrt. s-S Less Because
Barbara :Matchett; treasurer, ALWAYS COME I _
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Shirley Jackson.

accept Al'f' rIde insurance policy in force issued by ANT The seventh and eighth grader. Florida Renderers, FORD TRUCKS

company, aa payment in part or in full on a funeral. had lots of fun making silhouettes INC. LAST IiONGiiii

Consultation carries no obligation. of, their class mates the first week

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St. Mark's Episcopal General MacArthur six months at big profits.A 'have made an honest mistake Land Transfers I S',. of tha'S1of the NE quarterof

Rev. B. E. !Slimnnnft' n. U., Vicar few attempts to hoard autos. I talk It over with your board. the NE!] quarter and the Sff
Turned The TideIn Dealers are making It tough on I All male persons residing In the Recent deeds recorded In. the quarter of the NE quarter all In

Sunday. September 10. Korean WarIn I speculators and hoarders, how. U. 9. or its possnslona between 18 courthouso were: sec. 25, twp. :5 S, range 21 E.

9:45 A. M., Church School ,'ver. and 26 are required to register. Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quljrley of Mattie P. Gahagan of Bradford

I Classes for all ages. Xurserj a recent column Steffan Andrews "Our established customers will Persons becoming 18 must register Bradford County to Canal Timber County to Curtis William of Du-

1L through Junior High. news analyst saga" that bp taken rare of first," Bald the within five days after their Corporation of Jacksonville. The vl County. Lot 22 In block 2 6f

suflDA f' .1 t 11' A. If., Holy Communion and top Pentagon strategists are now I sales manager of a Chevrolet- birthday. SW quarter of the SW quarter of the Oahagan sub-division. In the
V' ,. sermon by the Rt. Rev Hamilton I, crediting General Douglas Mac- Buick-Cadillac agency In Birmingham Whore investigation reveal the NW quarter of sec. 26, twp of .'
At 'The Tabernacle I West. D. D., Bishop Coadjutor of Arthur wlUdoln&, the military "We refuse to have any. violations. Mason said, the facts S S, range 22 E. NE quarter of the SB. quarter
Church Florida. "Impossible"' turning the tide! of I thing to do with speculators who will be presented to tho proper U. Mr. and Mrs. t. O Powell of the SB quarter of Sec. 21. twp.

the theme "Search- The youth meeting Saturday I 12 Noon, covered dish dinner In battle In Korea. want to get rich quick selling S. attorney for decision on prose- Bradford County to Synola Albert 6 S, range 22.

rri" I?'mturea in September" night 4 at the Tabernacle was under I the Parish House, followed by a Andrews says that: black market cars." cutlVB action. of Bradford Couffnty. Lota 4, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Newsome of

Itr' i the First Baptist of the. direction of Edna and Leonard meeting of the Vestry. All mem. Behind the shift in the battle lie Cautioned! all registrants against :5 and 8 of blol'k.4: in Lincoln City Starke. to Mr. and Mrs.\ Roy Saunders f

oral' i bring the message Noegel (recently returnee" bers of the congregation/ are urg situation in favor of the United Draft Registrants making false or fictitious In the S'i( of the SB? quarter of of Orange) Park The SVi of
rkitills Sustainer of the Sav- from Cnmp-of-the-Woods Speculator ed to attend the services and dinner Nations forces they say Is one of registration. Possession of afraudulently sec S3 twp. 6 S, range 22 B.Mr. .
the
'n the great achievements In military Warned By FBI ; obtained Scott of the S'.i\ of the NE quarter of s4
.econd the aeries of New York.) Some new on this Sunday. forged or and MrR.Vllbllr A
the, -rum, the Gospel of John choruses :were used and a. beau The church la open dally for science recorded for the first time Suggestions Made altered registration certificate or Starke to P. A. Scott of Starke. NE quarter in sec 25, twp. 5 S,

age horning: at 11 o'clock. tiful story"The Trees"-waatol(* prayer and meditation. In the annals of modern warfare.If classification. notice also is a violation The E 60 feet of lot 1 of block 10 range 21 E. Also Tract of land In r,

da) the month following by Miss Noegel.At ACacArtluir Is not already recognized E. D. Mason, special agent In of the act. In Temple Addition to the town the SB cor of the SE quarter of
,uring ciirucii OF ooo as a great battle strategist charge of the Miami office of the of Starke, .
t of John .will the N& of .
Gospel : Sunday morning wor and the
1 h *rv>:e a 8th & St. Clair Sts. / military spokesmen believe I I Federal Bureau of Investigation, Pipsie Roberts Mr., and Mrs. James N. Walker the, NE quarter
attending tc hour
ship communion
each one was solemnly :S s ,
u Sunday School 10 a m. this alone will put him into the urges all eligible men to comply of Bradford county to Mr and the SE quarter of sec. 23, twp.
rive the month The observed and a beautiful duet i I
duping I front ranks of the military gcnl- fully with provisions of the Selective ,Wins First Prize S 21 E.
1,7111 during the morning "Cleanse Me" was rendered by Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Mrs Raiford Brannen of Lake range
-f, ,, worship"inR directed by Mrs. I Miss Noegel and her brother. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.mY. uses of our time. I Service Act of 1048. Bradford County friends of four- Butler Tract of land in the NW

:r with Mrs. Mona CaTj Special music also featured the P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m I Boiled down, what MacArthurdid Mason pointed out that a viola. year-old PI pale Roberts daughter cor. of sec 28, twp. 6 S, range FAT not SHOWSKT
I de,| Green the Hammond.unday Sunday evening service. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m was to take a terrific gambleof lion of the act is a very serious of Mr and Mrs Hugh B. Robertsof 22 E. FOR 'SEPT 18 {
at rushing small units of troops i matter. A wilful violator be' i
may and of J. Recent deeds recorded in the annual
evening the message by I Despite the approaching hurricane CATHOLIC CIIUKCH Tampa granduughter Ocala-The twelfth
headlong Into the bat.tleas fast as subjected to Imprisonment up to P. Roberts of Starke will be interested courthouse were I s
Hour serF usual win
[ Happy Tuesday evening the Fat Show
the Hog
pastor at Sunday Mass 0:13: : a.m. they could reach the Korean war five years, or a fine as high as to know that she recentlywon J. W. Prevatt of Starke to Mr. Southeastern
"The Justness of study hour was held and those
e will be Sunday School 11 a.m. front without first doing a military I $10,000, or both. first prize in the Tot Lead and Mrs. Henry Tomlinson of take place September 18-18 at the "
will be lee5"the
service present were glad they attended-
The song of Mrs. C. F Two young men from the Tab' Week Day Mass 8:30: am must-deploying them In : Mason said that recently J. Edgar Line event at the Plnellas County Starke. Tract of land In the SW Fat Stock pavilion her. An succor '\

Ulna playing Mrs. E. C. Mann at ernacle group left Monday for dayBible strength.This I Hoover, FBI director, had suggested Junior Horse Show. of the SB quarter of the NE tion sale of regl.t.ered'animals also ,,
and Study Is every Wednesday is what Is known In standard I for the benefit of those not of 12 7 S,
I and organ and will tea.e Toccoa Falls Bible Institute at Plpslo was entered in the show quarter sac twp range I is scheduled, officials I said
,piano the singing of requester Toccoa: Georgia: Leonard Noege' at 7:43: : military textbooks as "piece- t familiar with the 'requirements, by her aunt Mrs. E. B. Wester of 21 II:. Emphasis, In the show will be
meal commitment" and Is to be observance of the following: she Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks of
choruses. to finish his high school and Elmer CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST St. Petersburg, with whom
and exhibitors
of
..in* school meets at 9:45: : a Johns to enter his freshman year OF LATTER D.VY SAINTSThe avoided In warfare like the plague. Register promptly; fill out and spends most of her time. She was Bradford County to Mr. and Mrs placed on entries junior
unday and In Bible college. Best wishes enC< Church of Jesus Christ of The reason Is obvious: return questionnaire promptly; riding "Stormy," owned by H. D A. J. Thomas of Starke. Tract FFA and 4-H Club boys and
[ with classes! departments than 30C prayers of friends follow them. the Latter Day Saints (Mormon I Such maneuvers always end In keep local board advised of correct Cribb of the) Maximo Stables, St of land In the SW cor, of the NW girls, according to Beecher B.
L alj ages for the more Church) holds J services each Sun. ; disaster because fresh troops are mailing address; report for exam Petersburg.This quarter of the NE quarter of see Beck, who heads the show commit "
Lsr| attenders. Training Sunday. September 1,0, at the S day in the USO building on North: chewed to pieces as fast M they ination and Induction when ordered was Plpale's third ribbon. 23: twp. 6 S, range 21 E. tee. Fat hog and junior breeding '
one gather at e:45: : p. m. for o'clock Bible School hour, Dr : Temple Avenue as follows: are thrown into battle, says the ; report changes in family'ate- She NOD her first one in the Mr. and Mrs Pitt Newaome of classes will be Included In the ...a

rship' and training In' church Jacob to Gartenhous will be present 10:00 a.m.: Sunday School. textbooks.But tus or occupation; always carry Tampa Horse) Show when she was Nassau County to Mr and Mrs.l and FFA division, Beck said.

mbershlp. other bring Biblical a missionary truths message from 6:30: p.m.: Sacrament servlceX time was fast running out your registration certificate; If you .two years old. Perry Newsome of Starke. The
ybd! -week service will be a con- and The public Is cordially Invited tc on the Korean front and It was I
liiatlon of the study of Revela- Palestine. Rev. Gartenhous war attend all services. either trying this long shot to stem

|n as led by the pastor and folding for many years missionary to the the Red advance or being swept oft .i
the regular hour moving Jews for the Southern Baptist I The Life And Times the Pusan beachhead In another
ttures church activities will bf Convention and has recently visit. "
of bloody "Dunkirk. .
Jown to the more than 100 who ed Palestine so his message will be Of New River FolksRr MacArthur took the %_- \ WALK SAFE..."_you .utK> eroN tae wear...- I I.peclal
this "sweetest hour of the informative and authentic. Hear gambleand ,your rye .., tun yoat tent"Obey your nfrtj purab. sade
tend! Jennie Lee LaarKbr
: won. It Is probably the first .
b. !
lek" Wednesday at 7:30.An : this message and see what Col'hath U pollmnM.Wllh fating a.mc.If you'f biking
each wrought. Remember Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Eston Wester of time In an acutely decisive situation Kin four bnkM M nghc....nJ .bi. ..61) ireful bK UM

I Invitation of Is extended these hours to all of day September 10, at 3 P. M., at Lake City visited Mrs. Ira Merritt that the tactic was executed / I. ,""101.... nn k>pp n !...1.. M nuc..
I Join In any the Tabernacle. last weekend Mr. Wester ha( successfully. Many military commanders 0
Irship and enjoy the fellowship heard from their brother Eron tried It In the past, but
il. refreshing of the spiritthe
sweet all failed.In .
who la in the Oglethorpe Hospital they
"SILENT MLICEsUIT .Ih,
First Baptist church of Christian ChurchRev. HELP YOUR ,pe..re
larke. Savannah Ca. He reports that', other words MacArthur has I J IraBe accident' and ducoung. "prowler. If foil ..... *b
Eron Is not too succeeded In outsmarting the .. ... does.
Homer Swindall ministerof Improving rapidly /- ulwpen )yow> aim M "the friendly church," extendsa and his condition Is still consider. whole Russian staff of strategists R t a sleet pkk 01 jrout frkoJi, the. wrmhitici.PMTECT .
ethodist Church welcome to all to worship at all ed serious masterminding the Korean Reds twt tl
Church in behind the lines In North {Corea.
f The First Methodist. services. Visitors are always welcome LONG BRIDGE CHURCH '
larke cordially Invites everyone The Long Bridge Christian High-ranking American officials ,
T attend the following services oJorship Last Sunday the church was Church was favored by Mr: and who were aware of the gamble ASK VOW>f DU...... -r-'.. .....aooot ---

: honored by having Bill Martin a Mrs. Robins, two missionaries from MacArthur was taking, but were (G 0 rudy. ....p, tad .....<,r of Ughi. Rmlad you folk r...'
I The church school begins at 9:4l: returned missionary with 25 year Africa, who spoke Monday even- prevented by security reasons from 0\\\ tJ 'TW mat UN. I 1iIo _...oil"' It prink, light It ctwip.

iery Sunday morning with Sun- of service in Africa speak at Ing. A Jewish missionary from telling the full story of the ma- \ f\S I'l.\aa S. 0 ..'"'" ...-o\ .'. .'!j t .. _
liy school classes for all ages.v. the morning ;.worship service. He Africa will speak next Sunday neuver until now, cay this prob- "ft\'\\ .I.J.lA (; ." ,''OJ.
Thomas O. Mitchell wi! is a brother of Walter Martin of evening while the pastor, Rev ably marks the turning point In 10"u ;g i'#, '''f,,* '

Vach Sunday morning, Septem- Route 2, Starke and said that in Fred Dodd, will preach In the the Korean war t1D... PlAY SAFE.Kcp clmf of utility' polo end lint.don't .
IrlO. at 11 a. m. on the subject the past two years there had been morning. As they aee it. this Is now the I throw ihuift w... um ....m. B. mpwiallx careful about.
111 Worth of Your Soul." The 2,000 converts. war picture on the Korean warfront flymf !model .plaoM sad kltn with Mini ."..*. 1y them.
lenlng church services will bell Bible school begins at 10 A. M Betty and Jackie Johns spent. : .. 'Qser I t 1 in (h. opus, say from .Ucuic 11,,"...<< aomehodf) might
at 7:30: p. m. as of this with Clyde Colson as superintendent. the weekend with their grandmother 1. American forces have a let bun. ,tvcti killmt
Inday. Mr. Mitchell will Mrs. N. A. Conner of 'I
preach beachhead deeper entrenched thanIt S
lunday evening using this subject Subject of the 11A. M.: service Providence. was on the first day In Nor s" m" .-._t'MSS1tNt
( Jessie Mervin of Lake Butler '
i It Easy To Be A Christian?" next Sunday will be "When Was mandy and manned with the same fREMDS AND
Tuesday wlth.Joe and. Jon \ j..J.: | NEIGHBOR
spent _
I The Youth Fellowship will meet I the Church Built?* The Lord's Lazenby. School did not run Tues number of divisions (flveT-r-that) :..-_ \1 tVl\C.\ ; I
It 8.30 p. m. Sunday and there Supper will be served at 11:15.: landed In France on D-Day.: .... r
day due to the storm so severa'of Sv
i an hour of fellowship for all Evening services begin at 7 P. us had a four-day vacation 2. Korean Reds facing them 1010U' ,.
people in the recreational M. with Christian Endeavor under still have numerical ,
ung a superior. "
which, of course two days will be : '
aiding following the evening the direction of Cecil Douglas. to make up In May. ity but they are no greater In V 11'pUq SAfETY ''S1 \ I; Grownops/
lurch service. Subject of the Evangelistic strength than 'the German divisions T1 I
I Prayer meeting Is held every Service at 8 P. M. will be "What Mrs. Ira Merritt and Miss Ida during the Initial phase of ;,. ,."' You tat !toll) ,m School/Safety, Pro .too.RimtmbM .
Wednesday evening at 7:30.TNTECOSTAL : Think Ye of Christ?" Merritt were In Lake City Tuesday Normandy and are inferior to till MCl ire Alwiyi t*dreful.Drlvi .
Prayer Meeting Is held each on business. Nazi troops. 'et .Iow through School Zones. Obey
HOLINESS Wednesday at 8 P. M. with Bible Lester Johns Is up and around 3. Logistically Americana eps. bitty Pitrob U ill ttmnl
are
10th l St. and Temple Are. Training Class. now since his pneumonia. Seemsto beginning to stackc
be o. k. pile up great t FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY
will be on vacation
Swindall
Sunday School:( a. m.: Morn. Mr. of military supplies for an eventual
Oscar Gibson a RADIO fUN Poe Alt TMI fAMILY
will nil the pul narowly escaped
|l Worship 11 a. m.; Evangells- and Henry Carter counteroffensive which should get
..
"Msr CadAnek.t"rnMti P.M.
when he C CM
at: both serious accident Monday
24th
: 17th and
Service 7:00: p. m. Everyone pit on the under as
way soon as they are
mule. He fell
fell from running
lcom services
morning; and evening
funnelled to all
of the front.
road while he parts -
onto the hard and
Once the offensive 1 Is mounted
,
I several others were trying to cor I
ral a loose mule. the advantage should turn slowly ::
hut in favor of the ::
at Inexorably,
Attend Services Sunday Seeber Moody U now employedIn
the meat department of Ken. United Nations forces provided
First Baptist Church, Hampton neth Turner's store in Lake But neither. Russian nor Chinese Communists .'

Sermon Sunday Night At 8:00 P.M. ler. Kenneth Is now in the fire war. troops are pushed Into the INVESTIITIIIEJESTor

department (civil service) and

will be away most of the time.
"The Place Of The Church In The Johnstown Baptist Church New AutomobilesAre .

"Youth for Christ" attended Long Scarce .
Bridge Christian Church Monday Again, H"
The Present Crisis"Bible night. This Friday night the UP Survey Shows Z !



School Morning 10OO Worship A.M -11:00 B.: T.A.M.U. 7:00 P.M.: for Long Mrs.Christ"attend Bridge Wilbur meeting the Christian Turner Johnstown is Endeavorwill visitingMrs. "Youth which.War the boomed first scare week automobile to of a frenzied Korean! buying fighting peakin yoqtl l J 1is if es s !!!: ..


Bob Gray, Pastor Kenneth Turner in Lake is tapering off across the nation .N J \ 119 a duWl l
a United Press survey has l// {I i M a. Ih. hwvY
this week. ,
Butler J .I\\ tlh1"Ol"a tone y
Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Dowling of revealed. } ; .., l \ '\ \. i\\ lf ......j II.Idi SI-od'ia'; n.w"...Ion
Dealers In 16 cities wasp. ,H
Live Oak were here last weekendand reportedthat ; IraeAR rhea's I \
auto-lens "N''&'' j h..lbo'" .olg"''''''
Labor Day planting pastureIn persons visiting """"ii Iclo ... s
between showers for FannIe showrooms were starting to "..et.Ue .. c lpace.G.O"oo o."dl.CO.IIR. p
"r :S:. Ing1upto16. : ,ho dd
.
Crews. They got ten acres plant. down" after bombarding salesmen ,,_ y
HEARRev. ed in Pensacola BahIa and if with demands for new and ,. .:-.

weather fcondltior.s:: had permitted late used model care."We're ', wYqfity
many more would have been plant. still getting more orders N .
.
Jacob Garlanhaus ed. Fannie and the Lazenbys planto than we can handle for months," .... .
plant about 35 acres. a Detroit Chevrolet dealer said
U. D., Lltt. U. Mr. and Mrs. !M. S. Hayes of "But the hysteria is dying down, :i,1, <
-
Founder & President Gainesville and sister, Mrs. A. P and nobody has called me at homeIn
Moore of Miami were vlstlng the middle of the night for a
International Board of Missions their sister Mrs. Rhoda Dowlingone week."

day last week. The rush to buy cars, inspiredby
Dynamic, Soul-Stirring Messages Floyd Wiggins hurt his shoulderlast visions. of tanks replacing: autos

week while loading cattle on assembly lines, has forced many
Sunday Sept. 10: He had to go to the doctor for dealers from Albany, N. Y., tc

treatment. An X-ray was made Denver to stop taking any more v,,

11 a.m Hampton Christian Church which showed pulled ligaments. new orders. .
3 l Tabernacle Starke Fernle and Ella Moody are enJoying This was particularly true a- '-",,...._,. ,
p.m. Gospel -" .. -
8 p.m. Long Bridge'Christian!' Church a brand new electric refrig mong Chevrolet Ford, Plymouthand '.-'errw1 '
erator. No wonder he wanted tc Studebaker agencies. Buf '" '-
kill a hog so early. dealers In nearly all of the 3C ...t{ .: .1 ---- <' :-...

Mr. and Mrs. Crawford of High cities covered by the> survey have -

Springs were visiting Mrs. Craw.ford' started unofficial rationing programs ..w.wr y'
::/
brother-in-law and sister. giving first choice to fleet +
Her. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Mrs and Mrs. Pledger Johns, this users and old customers.A ..:::"'..;;::?

week. $100 bill under the table -r-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeJefferson Jon Lazenby has increased hit makes 'you an "old customer" in w"....

goat family by two. Ole Bill got a few scattered cases. Valv-In-Head engine can 'do
& court Streets In The Heart Of Town so tired of domestic duties-just Here's what scare buying hat of
gallon Un.
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130: baby sitting at dark and over created in the car market since AdvanceDesignTRUGKSChevrolet' per ga. con
-- seeing babies' diets In the day the North Koreans took the chill any other malt of thdorrlow

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. SI., 8:00: P. M.annaay time--till he threatened desertion. off In the cold war: can't beCherrol.ff : '
several times. So, after due consideration A backlog of orders, up to six
School 9:45: A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P.M. Jon decided to get Mr months' worth on lower priced cod of ownership, operation, and lip keep' '/

31ID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30: P.M. Bill two wives. Now the Mr. and autos bat generally reported from -or for high resale values Chevrolet trucks>< t .
--m m j- ., J f f f j f ? f ujj #' Mrs. Bills. are very much at horn 30 to 90 days.A .
R'it IMI' ..Agrv4' fJyyr$7/$ work for more owners on more 'Job
with the baby kids, which arc 20 per cent Increase In useo every i
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11 A.M.: : "Jesus, the Sustalner of the Saved" growing by the day. car prices. day, than any other make. So come sea KI, tW.'y.

8 P.M.: : "The Justness of God" The Albert Moody were visitIng Revival of premium prices on got lu.t| tho track want! .
you
In Gainesville Friday. brand new "used" cars. ;
m m *-f ff<*
Mrs. Emily Moody Mrs. Jot Slashed trade-in allowances, cut

A Friendly Invitation From A Moody and Mrs. W. T. Granger as much as $400 in some cltl.... TORODE CHEVROLET CO.I I'
visited the Pete Yarbrouglu Ir Speculation purchases by per.sons

"""-- Friendly Church Extended To All .., Raiford Sunday.! hoping to reseU vehicles In ,,

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BRADFORD OOtJ"TU'ELEGRAPII. STABKE, FLORIDA ...In t.
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As Clerk nf
Bald Court

Pvt. Ottis McKinney Lions and Rotarians Prove 'Boys Will Be Girls' Starke 22 Mr.E. and to Mrs.John T.H.J. Denmark Alderman of of By IV. Circuit HaVen Court Crosby___, _llrnilford_, Deputy- SIS 41 Clerk 9129| : ?llff'our I n"I! next. 11,1"',.: ",,;,,,11.1!'" ". ApI' 5b.,,

Awarded Bronze Star Jacksonville. Th SW quarter of Klorlilnl In (.........,.. Countr. .." ;"',: ;; ,. 'b"4

For Action In KoreaPvt In Hilarious Benefit Soft Ball Game Last Friday the NW quarter In sec. 27 twp Selma Joseph: Leone F. Powers Powers. Plaintiff, Defendant v*, ?vS\:..I it, 'J'I'I'I t'', ,!,;

7 S, range 22 E. Also the NW Cane Ni. Bode (OFFtrtnt..r.u ,
Ottls N. McKinney serving quarter of the SE quarter of the Order.... r Piifcllpatlon Hud Nolle Tn' l." I" nTYFrnni'li
N'I'TM "V
Al>H' KI.OIIMl.t T.i 'I
, with the 1st Cavalry Division In NE quarter in sec. 28 twp. 7 Sran'e Hxlma Leone Powers., whi>He r..n..t.| ; I I.
flHnv and address l is: 111 feast GUI Attvx t "or,
Korea, has been awarded the / 22 E. Street New York City. New York::
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Waldorof You are required to appear on
for
modal gallantry
Bronze Star I 1 Starke to Nancy Cassels ol October 9th. I960 In the above nam.ed .
in action against the armed enemy. y of the SW Court. .and CHUM, wherein. plaintiff W.C.T
I Jy Starke.!. The SW cor. seeks divorce rtradford County
The announcement waa made by : quarter of sec. 28, twp. 6 S, rang( In Telegraph next four shall weekly! publish I:IMHIU.H.this Order 1 .,

Headquarters of the let Cavalry(IDIv1slon. 22 Wit noun my hnnd and official enl mnh'm "hahlt rat """"

Pvt. McKinney is the I E.Mr.. and Mrs B. A. Plerco of lit .Starke.19611.OFFICIAL. Florida, thin Ueptemlitirllth. 'I nfllre hat 11(.*"I"*

Hun of Mr. and Mrs. John McKInoey -;, Duval county to Mr. and Mrs. C ( ; aNAL) A.. 3. Thomas; min In mile\ hlll| tllr14
of Graham.Th. P. Klnchen) of'Melrose.. Lot 11" An Clerk nf said Court. fronhle' '", ""n
thus
Haven Cronhy
Hy deputy Cleik at
award wa earned duringthe P o'' unit 2 of Indian Beach subdivision T. Frank Landtumn8tarke! Florida ranses; HIUI n.n, I to
Attyit for }'Ie. 818 4t my
battle for Yonjfdong when 9129| ailniliilMrutlmi ,,?"
Pvt. McKinney volunteered to 'Ma And Pa Kettle'Starred IV Circuit (........ llradfnnl County, lllfHlloil I HtlHlJ 1S|. ".'
.
In
Plorldat Chnncrry.I -widrtat:
move through enemy lines, rw ??,,;;
.or a Frankel Plaintiff va. AllenKrnnkel .
Feature "On
where a heavy concentration of In liefendnnt., ('..... No. Slim cji lu Ilse arilent'
fcj]
centered, to retrieve a ParkThe Order. of I'nbllen. lion millollce. '!'"
tire was To ,
Coming HT1TH .., ,. .
.tppenr. Ol- KI.OIIIII 1 'I' "
truck equipped with a Held radio Allen Krankel, whose. residence and (Cu|,l,'d from -nil! 1!

for the UH i of his company.The honor of being: the most address. In Unknown: PROHIBITIONIST-: )

citation accompanyingthe / ', photographed man In long flannels October You are mh, required 11)50) In the to above appear nnin-on
Bronze Star award read: falls on the shoulders of PercyKllbrlde I

"Private Ottls Norman! McKinney co-starring with Mar.

Infantry, United States I I Jorle Main In Universal-Inter \.1t",1
Army a member of the 8th Cavalry I national's "Ma and Pa Kettle Gc id1Va

'Regiment tat Cavalry Division To Town" showing at the Park : r-ia-

(Infantry), displayed Theatre Sunday Monday and :S-: ;;.
:: ;:
herols m in action against Tuesday. : @ .
the enemy near Yongdong. Korea -
Since beginning his screen career
24 July 1950. Pvt. McKinney' :
unit was engaged in defending 9J ten years ago Percy has '/ --
Itealf from frontal and # worked more than 40 hours before
the cameras In his famed %
flanking attacks and as a resultof A 11-uifl&R----,

enemy action had loot control t p p e' ) "longies" outfit. / / iR1t ... \
and possession of a quarter ton '
.4 vehicle equipped with -a radlc < I \ t ,
: (4 BISHOP ANNOUNCES FOR REELECTION ,
and fire McKinney control equipment.unhesitatingly Private ( 'rkkM TO CITY COUNCIL"I ,( 1 'I .! t -- ijt"

hereby announce my candidacy I .
vounteered to retrieve the vehicle _
for re-election to the office ol { r a'kw4"Vaporlock"- '
located In a small enemy ;
City Councilman subject to the
,.held village approximately 40C
vote of the people Tuesday Sept.
yards from his position. Pvt. It is rumored that the score! LOVELY LIONS: (left to right) :M. C.Wells, "'m. Kronenbergvr. Stanley entire squad! But since there 12.

McKinney crawled down steep was 16 or 17' to 6 or was It 8 ((1)' ) Napgal, Mantle Carter Jr., AI Harley, Jr., Hollfo. Knight, George were only three men in each/ "I've worked hard to make youa
into the
the to
slopes village he had ve- In favor of the Lions (they say) Sapp. V. It. Ferguson, Billy UoullnK. Ira Harris. Herb Thomas, Buddy position Lion President J. R good Councilman and I sincerely
hicle. After
checked the vehicle for carefully,' when ,Starke's two leading Bishop Jimmy Hobbs. S. R. Marco, Jimmy Moore, Billy Noegel, (Mayor Nookle) Wainwright did hope that I have. All my actions
booby'I l luncheon clubs'met on a wet dia- not consider it serious enough tc is caused by gasoline
traps he got Into the vehicle Cllf Curry Inman Green. J. It. IainwrightnIWTARIANSt and interests are for the good ol boiling
started It and drove along the! mond last Friday night to slug, file a formal protest. the people In the City of Starke. gas-lines, fuel-pump or carburetor-and
front 300 yards to a road back and slog it out for pie benefit of I RAVISHINQ (left to right) Lrx Green, Al Carlisle, "What the heck It takes three "If you want a man who doesn't real

:Into friendly positions. From their respective "charity" funds Guy Sale T. K. McClane, Freeman Register I'ete Jaudon, Tom Stale 1 of 'the old men' to equal one Lion mind telling you how he stands! in power loss, uneven operation and waste i

the time Pvt. McKinney startedthe (Editor's note: Oh Charity Pete Reddish. Gil New >ml>, Bill Graham, Al Crosby Red Griffin anyway" he tersely commented"I and keeps his word then re-elect fuel. You can avoid vapor-lock by using

motor of the vehicle until he what atrocities are committed Ir Arch Thomas. Jr., Kil: Shull Les Shepherd, Hans Walker, Bill MUHly don't see how we could have! H. A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr. Your our

arrived back In his own lines he I thy name!) < James. Lewis I. Jax'k Trawlck.-Photos by Tony Stevens. lost-especially with that wonder vote and support ,will be appreciated.
was under constant small arms Both sides seemed to be in ful job of umpiring Pete Reddish ." CROWN

and automatic weapons flre. Pvt.McKJDney' doubt as to whether it was econtest box.Great fell flat on his bustle In the fourth did for us," Captain Graham said* (Adv.) H. A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr.
heroic act performed of athletic skill or feminine excitement was caused: (or was It the fifth?) causing ruefully. "But just you wait- ORCROWN
In the third inning .when RotarIan widespread IV Circuit fonrt. Hradford ,.. >
without regard for his curvaceousness, and many were ; consternation for teat next year we'll have the Sheriff Florida IN (....n....". Cu .t
own safety, saved a valuable the devices in evidence to give Trawick slid on his sequins that the Impact would cause the and his deputy too, and I bet we Duvet Evans, Plaintiff, V8. Lllila Ma.

piece of equipment from enemy that well-rounded look to the toys necessitating a ride in the standby other end of Memorial Stadium tc win then." Order Evans,..Dvfendent.r Publication' and Cane No.No.".*80H4 Ta I EXTRA

hands and reflects the highest -excuse-the girls) The mostInteresting ambulance. As Ute wre'cfc-hack crumble. Only three more cement,I Although the Lions claim they A...... crass OF KLOIIIIIt To.
credit upon' hlmnef and the military curves were decidedlynot sped out the gate with screaming blocks fell out, however. lost money on their peanut and LI and 1 lie address Mao Evans l I. 759, whone residence
service." those issued from the pitcher'sKOCH'S sirens Trawick miraculously re The Lions seemed to resent it pop corn Concession (probably ate Plalnaflold, New J Webster r.eyt Avenue, gasolines which are made in seasonal grades an

covered and ran heroically back on somewhat when they looked a- up all the profits) the game .wata October You aU 9th.required I960, In to the appear above on specially blended for hot weather driving. Y
the field amid thunderous (well round in the final Inning and saw financial success. Fans filled named Court and cause, wherein

anyway, somebody clapped) applause 24 Rotarians on the field. In a the bleacher. In spite of messy plaintiff County Teletrraph Heekit. divorce.... Bradford can depend on the Standard Oil gasoline
shall publish
from the sympathetic fans. last minute desperate effort tc weather and each of the clubs thin Order In next four weekly I.. offer you to help you get top performance fan

.fNEDRU6'sl Another major emergency save the game Captain Bur netted around $US: for its treas uev.Wltnr.. my hand and official .Real
threatened when Hans Walket your motor. That's why they're Florida's fai
(Rompers) Graham had run In his ury. at Starke Florida thin September
Dth 1950.OFFICIAL.
orite fuels.
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, motor
)We Are Never Undersold
School Board Met I Farming Veterans To Show Rural Residents I By Haven An Crosby. Clerk Deputy of said Court.Clerk.I
918 It sift
On Labor DayThe Sewage Are
Possible
Systems
At
Low Cost .
IV Circuit (...... Bradford. Cfiuntr, Service You Can lowCartTitnsporlitif:

WINDOW SHADES : Bradford County Boardof I The farmer who wants to Install terested In sanitary sewage disposal Klorldni: In\V. tMancery.ThoniHS Moylatl.' Plaintiff ye. Depend On/ 9.
; :
Rita De Defendant
Public Instruction met in a running water and a sanitary units and safe running water C. Young Muyland Cans ,No. SOH7, 4 .

brief Labor Day session here sewage system in his home but supply in a demonstration to be Order of lahllntl and 'Vatlcv ToAppmr. .
Monday and transacted the follow who does not have approximately .'1'(T"J OP FI.OHII Tot ,
I staged In this area soon. Rita C. D.YounHT Afoylan' whose
49c up Ing Items of business: i $500: to complete the job at once The first step In bringing rural residence la 1111 Copley Street Quincy L. II. (Red) Alvarez Service Station

It was agreed to advertise forbids should not be discouraged.So home. up to big city standards MaMiavhuiiettaYou are required to appear on Temple Ave. Jt Call St., StarkeL.

for sale of the Vanderbilt says Novle D. Kilgo, veterans will require an outlay of about October 0th 1950, In the above F. Dinkins' Service Station
Will Cut to fit any .window school building with the provision teacher of vocational agriculture $200. This calls for protecting the plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, ttradfnrd wherein Temple Ave. Si Pratt St. Starke

that no bid received for leas than at Bradford High School well .with a*concrete platform and County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
; In next four weekly l..uen.Wltnefla Harry Houston's Service Station
the value would be Veteran-on-the-Farm
appraised considered Training
curbing: Installing electric pump mv hand and official Heal _
NYLONS, 51 ga., 1st gr., new shades 1.39 by the Board. The appraised classes in this county are planning tank kitchen sink and grease at 7th.Stnrke 1950.OFFICIAL. ,, Flo.-lilu thl. September I Ph. 83 Starke

value was set at $1.000 several demonstration. on one trap, and laying a tile line tc ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
79c Shaster Deal Shampoo Only 49c Bids will be received until 10 A. phase of this job-building septic: dispose of kitchen waste. I 1
M., October 2, 1050. This action tanks-and they've already learned With this part of the work com. --
was taken by motion of J. E. that the task of Installing run'nlng
pleted farmer
a
CLOCKS from 1.99 may enjoy many
guaranteed, I, Brown seconded by L. T. Johns.A water and a sewage system of the advantages'' of running MI 126 SivlFloif

recommendation from the can be broken Into three successive water In the home. When he ha cNst. MARLIN FACTORY ,SERVICE
POCKET WATCHES from 1.98 I
Board of Trustees of Special' Tax steps, putting the cost nan another $175 he can devote to the
School District No.. 1 received "installment"]
was purchase basis
work he
can complete the second
12.50 PUNCH BOWL SET, Only 8.95 by the board for appointment of Mr. Kilgo and Jack Trawick step.-putting In bathroom plumb ,GUARANTEED REPAIRS:
Mildred Walker to a teaching: position Health Department Sanitarian
ing connecting the toilet and
3.95 All-Metal Coffee Maker ,- 1.89 at the Lawtey Training have been to Alachua, where they providing connections for tub an School. This recommendation wa attended a special school
on construction lavatory and Installing a concrete
2.95 PEN & PENCIL SET, Only 98c I i approved by motion of J. S. Norman of septic tanks. The septic: tank system. The third "Your Printed Factory Guarantee-Is Just Like Money To iMe!"
and seconded by J. E. Brown.It school, one of several held about
step Installing a bath tub and?
Imported Briar was unanimously agreed tc the state was sponsored jointly by lavatory will cost about $125: or Ray Marlin
call for bids for the exterminationof the Vocational
Agricultural divis
a total of $:Soo.
-II PIPESRegularly termites In the Bradford High ion of the State Department of A fourth step.-installing a

School and the former USO build. Education and the State Boar: water heater with necessary pipe
v- 1.50 to 7.50 ing. Bids are to be received until of Health. They In turn will
past I and fittings-costs about $100-
a.a 10 A. M. on October 8, 19SO.: I on their knowledge to

,,., NOW 49c By motion of L. T, Johns, seconded I groups-In-, additional. Welcome Every day now we are greeting friendly outow
back from vacation. And wisely many of them lit
by J. E. Brown, the board:
approved'the purchase of a lawnmower Funeral Today Bob Hope's Latest, ins their Pontiacs in for a post-vacation check-uP

SIX GLASSES, In Cartoon, Only 39c for the Brooker Junior For F. W. Doyin, 'Fancy Pants,' Due We are glad to welcome these wonderful Pon"

PENCIL BOXESa 39c High School. Keystone Resident At Florida SundayBob Home! home-for this is home to them. Wherever jou r
Pontiac service sign i ia the place where! your

Jewish Missions Frederick Wallace Doylng, first Hope and Lucille Ball, the given expert attention by factory-trained servlcupc
15c
to 25c INK, Only . . 3c ?
Founder Will Be president of the Clay Electric Co- co-starring duo who scored sc using special tools and equipment and factory- *

opeartlve (REA) dlde at sensationally In "Sorrowful parts. Naturally, the men who knoa Pontiac ;
"FIRE KING" his homeIn
STARTER Set
Heard Here !ne
SundayOn long
Jones," are reunited In Para- service it best-and save you money in the
4 cups 4 saucers 4 dinner plates. 1 49 Keystone Heights Wednesday. mount's uproarious comedy hit ,
three occasions Sunday He had
been
Assorted Colors (In HI health for sometime "
Bradford County citizens ,will "Fancy Pants which arrives next ..
have to hear the Sunday and :Monday at the FlorIda .
opportunities
New One Piece BALL PENS, Only 39c Rev. Jacob Gartenhaus D. D.. A native of New York City Mr Theatre. *

Doylng spent his eary life in that Bruce Cabot and Jack
Litt. D., the president and founder Klrkwood
.
$1 BATHING CAPS . 59c section.
of the International Board of He came to Florida In head the featured cast of the picture 0 '
Jewish Missions. 1933 and moved to Keystone Ir In color by Technicolor Protect
$1.49 GEM RAZOR & BLADES 49c 1937. C
-:- Mr. Gartenhaus will bring the which was produced by Robert '
He was prominent In Welch and directed Your
first of his messages Sunday morning the development by George
Yes! We Have Them! :Marshall..
of
at 11 o'clock in the HamptonCtrl.ltI.n that community and Lea Penman Hugh
Lovely r Church. Again at 3 p. operated the Keystone Inn for 11: French Joseph Vitale and John Pontiac

m. Sunday he will speak la the years before 111 health forced hit Alexander have Important supporting l with

Towels & Wash Cloths I ,. Gospel Tabernacle Starke. Sunday retirement. role.
night at 8 o'clock he will present Besides his wife he is survived Pontiac

While They Last! a t his message from .the pulpit by two sons, William Wallace /
of Long; Bridge Christian church Doying and Kenneth M. Aitken of Service

"There are dynamic soul stirring Keystone and a sister Mrs

PURITY ACCURACY, messages," stated the Rev Charles Urban of Madison N. J

Fred Dodd: pastor of Hampton Funeral services will be held at .... .
DEPENDABILITY -or "
t Christian Church who made the 2 o'clock this afternoon (Friday) <."of...;.!"?':\?;,t>, ,.-...7' ; ,\ .
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announcement of Dr. GarUnhaus "--
These= are our watchwords In fill her, "that In the S. A. Kyle Chapel" Jackson Recent deeds recorded In the

ing prescription. And while aloud appearance hear. The public everyone is cordially vllJe. Rev.Vm.. T Baker; associate courthouse: were: CHECK LIST FOR FALL
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every prescription Inn't matter Invited to all three. of these pastor of the Riverside Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks of Q Taa.-ve Di.ps.rle-Istlsdlee. .... Q s-.... A..lu.| l".."fIM .
of life or death. we> fill It a* though .
Bradford .
to tlMM Mrf
services. Church will County Mr. and Mrs.J. p. a nmpM*eh..k
i It were. Koch's UM only the pur- I officiate F. Jaudon of Starke. Lots 3 ..Hl npwrl .! .11 w.,..... ..... ..1D 0 1..1.. ... clutth (If MdOIy.sr ...Nrd"peS
cut and finest quality -sn l Memorlaliaation will follow in the ewe Ma. ,".r..yl.y"I)r th"k
drug LEWIS ANNOUNCES FOR CITY 4. 9 and 10 of block 4 In J. O.
La .. ......
compound them with precision as COUNCILI Flora Crematory.TO Alvares addition to the town o( h..... ..... ..MI on CIMM,.. Meet null .....

curary. Starke In sec: 28, twp. 8 S, rang: .. o C..... ..... Inland ...N ., .
wish to announce that. I am a THE VOTERS AND ::22 E.Mr.. a ...... A..lu.. ...._ (If yew ..... _...{ ...d swee...'Y ..ea.WMdel .
candidate for re-election to the CITIZENS OF STARKE: .... N wllfcln. I" .. ......
and Mrs Ira I* Merritt of -..-).
City Council In the election of 0 SetatoHrM.Com .

DRUG STORE September 12. If my fellow I dacy"I for hereby re-election announce my candi Anderson Lake Butler of to Deland.Mr. and Mrs.Tract I. of L In for a "Check-Up" Todoyfr
as a member
citizens of Starke do me the honor '
of the City Council of Starke. land In the SW quarter of the SE:
of returning to this
'K 0 C H FREE DELIVERY( position I will continue responsible my efforts "If .re-elected, I pledge myself te 20 quarter E.: of sec. 2. twp. 8 S, range

to render the best service of continued progress and sound
Phone 53 Starke, Fla. which I am capable. Tour vote economy In city government. Sadie E. Crawford of Jacksonville -

and support will\ be greatly ap- "Your vote and support win\ be to Mr. and Mrs. L. M. McClel- G.I J. McGrif Mote
preciated.Adr. greatly appreciated. Ion of Lawtey. Lot,1 and IS In

( .) James A. Lewis. (Adr.) Lucian Haico.: Woodlawn. sec. 18, twp 9 S, range
Temple Ave. & Pratt St. Starke, Florida





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