Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.,,, uranc.Charley; man, and E. SenatorS Johns, Few Cattle 'Pounded 5Sentenced 3Reelected Bomb Disposal Team Coach Hobbs

, irroll Klssimmee bank- Under New Law
; irrcntly the leading canO Finds High ExplosivesAND .

! of the Senate
I, 'presidency session. In Felix Sullivan, deputy charged Feels BetterNow

, 19S3 legislative with the duty of ImDonnrHnf live- :_ _ SNAKES .
Herbert Bayer,
)inIOn of stock found on Bradford County

:a Tlme -Unlon political edl- highways under Florida's new Five men were arraigned before Three Starke Councilmen were' A Bomb and Shell Disposal : ed every six months. until It may As llnrd'Working Squad Irons Out

law Circuit Team moved In here the first be possible to lift the ban.
states that that
owners in this Judge A. Z. Adklns at
discussing the returned to their seats for a two- Kinks To Face Williston Next Weejc
article area to bo noon Thursday of August for the third go-round team ntatloned In
in already In seem complvlns: with pleaded guilty tc year period in T\le>lday'> city'' The now I
'', hot' races and Senate the statute about as well as can charges contained in Informations, Election. The total vote cast 764 Rt decontaminating Camp Bland- Starke In a part of the" 8800 Technical
,,51 for the House be expected. filed by State's Attorney T E.I half of lng ranges should complete its Service Unit with headquarters With the opening game of the .\
session represented approximately:
. the 1050: football season only sevenclays
ship at that .develop- Sullivan !said! that he had to Duncan, and were sentenced the qualified voting strength of work In another ten days, according at Fort Belvolr, VIThe Election At LawteySet Coach Jimmy Hobbs.
predicted : to a statement yesterday by work la being done under r
nine present
Impound only cattle Roman Powers
a climax at the was sentenced to the city. Is feeling much better about the
reach For Oct. 10 "
would Lt Richard W. Knox In commandof Jacksonville\ District Engineers.
and the
August four '
only far this
caucus In Tampanber so one year In the State Prison for H A. Bishop, Jr.. led the ticket situation than he did two week
dl l House month. Two mules have been the group. ".
13-16: "Because so non support of minor children with a total of 489, and was followed To Name Clerk ,
ImpoundPd during this period but Up to date the team has found I i In addition to Lt. Knox the personnel ago.In
will be present I' Joseph Blankenship was sentenced by L. O. Hazen with 460, and ta*t. the BHS head coach.
legislators no hogs, he said. The average and disposed of some 200 high of the team Is composed of Lawtey Mayor O. J. Anders has
In the know sayody to two years and Louis James A, Lewis with 427. In a more or less mellow mood
usually Impounding. Including all costs explosive missiles and approximately -I Sgt. Alex Wojnarowskl. Sgt. Gilbert called a special election' to be held
be able to sew up Brosky to one on of The only non-incumbent competing Wednesday afternoon. went eo
year a charge
may Is $7 per head. three tons of "practice stuff", Gully, SKt. Edmund Thomas Tuesday October 10, for the purpose .
I ;I
to guarantee his breaking and entering. The Information for a place on the Council far as to predict that he'd field
pledges Banks,, Cpl. Clifford to the
!1 mortar Cpl. Billy
Sullivan said that he was notified such as mines grenades I I I of electing" a successor "a well-balanced" team :;{
of the particular key stated that stole was J. P. Roberts, former mayor pretty a-
ucy they do not actually Martin. Cpl. Robert Eaton, and time city
that 22 bead, belonging to hells, etc.. which ;I late I* H. Hill long here
Williston next Friday
, he !U seeking Bayer a number of chickens from Arthur and legislator, who trailed with Harold Harmon. Every man galnst
In a New River cattleman, were reported contain a charge but which might, Cpl. clerk.
ented. to have "blvouaced" on .the W. McNeil. 373. throw a bad scare Into a person on the team Is a combat veteran At a special meeting held on night.

discussing the battle between Brooker school ground Monday I! Clinton Benton, negro, was sentenced coming across one peeping out with at least four years experience September 8.. L. H. Futch. chairman Those end and guard positions

end Carroll for the Senate night. Due to special circumstances to two years for grand 'Choosing Vocation' from the Blending sand. In this type of work. of the Lawtey City Council which gave the coach some very_

eDCY the Times-Union writer surrounding the offense, they larceny. The information accused Youth Week ThemeAt Lt. Knox said that although decontamination The high explosive missiles are resigned thla position and was appointed melancholy moments don't In look early nearly sea

ued: were not Impounded. The deputy Mm of stealing a shotgun from teams have worked first detonated and then stockpiled to serve as clerk until the son practice,

th .re rather bluntspokent said they belonged to a New River W. M. Edwards Methodist Church Blanding twice before, some stuffIs along with the practice stuff to vacancy Is filled In the October so ragged after a month of

times during the strain of owner who does not live near a Bill Platoon, negro was sentenced always missed and more Is constantly I be sold later as j junk by the Army 10 election.At gruelling grind." "The boys aura'
This may account for the public that this the to "Choosing Your Vocation" will to the surface of Engineers that time a councilman will really working the coach said.
P. highway. was!! one year for breaking: and brought I "
I "and that's the that counts.
tat neither has yet been able first time they had caused trouble, entering the home of Reba Watersin be the theme for a special Youth the ground by erosion He Bald Lt. Knox stated that the present also be 'elected to All the unexpir- spirit,

tam i 10 assured pledges of and that they would not have Reno with the Intent to commita Week to be held in the Educational that of the 33,000 acres currently work at Blending has not been ed term of Councilman Futch. With only 11 letter men back

rt among the 19 senator gotten "out of bounds" this time misdemeanor, to wit: assault Building of the First Metho- being worked some 6.000 acres I distinguished by any unusual Incident -I So far.no one has made,forma In the line-up this fall thingsdidn't

:e to guarantee election except that ,they were forced out on Ella Bell. up- diet Church in Starke, Sunday will probably be restricted for sub- or discovery, unless you care announcement a. a candidate for look too good when the)
additional factor that the September 17 through Thursday It to count the finding of several several conch Issued the first call late In
li the of their usual habitat by un- service use. This means that either of these places, but
senators who had given usually wet weather. The owner evening September 21. might be used for grazing purposes rattlesnakes and water moccasins aspirants are expected for each August Since that time however ,'
,a to Carroll and John was notified and promptly rounded Credit Curbs Meetings will be held each eve- but not for planting operations almost dilly. pout. with a little deft switching 'J

iefeated for re-election. Some them up, Sullivan said. Go Into EffectSeptember ning Monday through Thursday He explained that the restriction ."Sgt. Wojnarowskl takes care At the September 8 meeting H of position among his veterans'a

;tio have just been nominated from 7 to 8:30: pm. The Sunday Is not permanent and that of those" the Lieutenant said. "He C. Harley was elected to serve a' and the careful nurturing of

e Senate reportedly are re- Co-axial Cable Due 18 I evening meeting will be held at the area will continue to be check- just pops their heads off." council chairman for the remainder group of promising neophytes)
6:30 from last season's B squad HobtmIs
t to give pledges at this : p.m.Special of the .
To Bring Live TV I After September 18, youll have year.Midget now able to boast of "one fairly
guest speakers will Introduce
I to put up more cash to buy that City Garbage Dump good te.mr though admittedlyweak
1 these things add up to a 30A the various vocational
Programs Sept.. new automobile refrigerator or Ball League on reserves.
illity_ possibility but not fields that are open to young All For 15c Leased By CouncilA
liability-that a hitherto un- co-axial cable, :which will give television set. people and will discuss the qual- Topic Of Discussion Here are the boys he' counting

inccd candidate could slip! local TV set owners "live" rather These new general consumer ifications and period of training lease of the city garbage At MeetingA on to do the job:

;h the rail and nose out both) than filmed and delayed telecasts, credit curbs were Imposed by the II required. Vocations to be presented Parents who may be wonderingwhat dump to W. Mitch Edwards for an ,Legion End

1 and Johns In( the rush for will be piped Into Jacksonville from Government aa an anti-Inflation include medicine, education their children get to eat In annual fee of $110 was effected by discussion of plans for a Mid. Marvin Warren. 18S good pass

'Ire.UJ. Washington on September 30 by move soon after President Truman! and bunlnes Motion pictures the BHS cafeteria will be Interested the City Council at It. meetingheld get Baseball League to be conducted catcher, letter man shifted tend >>

the two days In Tampa the American Telephone and Telegraph signed the economic controls bill I from the General Extension In scanning the menu for here Wednesday of last Week during the winter months from halfback position which

j prove crucial for the hopes Company. giving him sweeping authority to' Division of the University of Flor- the week of September 11 as announced The meeting was postponed from featured a meeting American he played last season.

(,roll and Johns. Much of theon Extension of the cable will mobilize the home front for the ida will be used There will bea by Mrs. Tyler' Jones the regular time Tuesday because Legion Post 86 Tuesday night. WUey Cooley, 124 showed promise

on devoted to Informalgatheringsituations bring to-Jacksonville the South's Korean war. I period each evening for fellaw-: cafeteria\ director! of the hurricane predicted on thai Herb Thomas, Junior Legion on lat year's B squad.

| which first on-the-spot television pro- The new regulations require ship singing, recreation and light Monday: Beef stew with noOdles, date. baseball coach, explained that the Delano Thomas 130 another ."

> each candidate with gold- grams. Co-axial facilities later one-third down on automobiles and refreshments will be served. raisin and carrot salad, hot cornbread I I In submitting his bid Mr. Edwards purpose of the Midget League graduate from the 1949 B squad.

ortunltles for buttonholing will be extended from Jax to Atlanta limit payment of the balance to, Bert Newcomb, president of mixed fruit cup, bread but- wrote: would be to offer wholesome recreation Leslie Phillips, 144 a third

members still unpledged." and from there to two other 21 months Purchasers of house-' the Starke Methodist Youth Fellowship ter, milk. "Referring to your call for bids for young boys during the young hopeful up from the B '

cities, Birmingham and New Or- hold appliances, such as television' states that all of the Tuesday; Baked ham mashed on the city dump for pasturage school year and at the sum time squad.

Growers Find leans.A sets and refrigerators will have young people of Starke and 'the potato, brown gravy, spinach, purposes under a five year lease: develop material for the Junior Out for their first year are:
ry to ac.- to down 15 percent and complete : /surrounding communities are .
month-long program pay candy team.
I! sticks, peanut butter
celery "My bid I I. $110 'pay. Gene Watson, 160; Htbra Watson
Scarce High the with the addi- their payments within 18 cordially Invited to participateIn ,per3lear will consist 'of four
r quaint public I the "Youth Week"Cubmaster brad, butter, milk. able yearly In advance, first pay. The league 150: Ode McGee 140; Bert NeW'-
Cut Acreage tional entertainment which will be months. 9. ,Wednesday:. Fried chicken,mac- mesjtJt. date .of,delivery of leas teams ,and the games are scheduled -, comb \14rf' ; Vernnn Reddish, ISO,'
I made possible by the extension litwlng Furniture lo b. rln"after, October 1. Each: .
and rug purchaser ittviut and cheese, green bean's, I and eoih calendar year thereafter RaudanjMartlnU30t I Lamar Ore
treity of plants anoT high I planned by the' JacfcSunfUhW' call for 10 percent down and If Issues bread. butter, milk. or'"*' tot the duration of this lease, providing ''of' the following Is sponsoring one by. 126.

I may cut next aeaponY .. "f
berry acreage below the to-! Association! an organization composed alterations and Improvements can I. cole slaw sweet pickles, Ice will assist In keeping the gates pelouaos, P. D. Reddish and B. T. Kenneth Johns, 170. two-year \\1

rrmn last spring 1t was of TV set wholesalers serving be handled for 10 percent down To Resume Activity cream. bread butter, milk. closed and the cattle guard open Thomas. letter man, played center last .
od here this week in dls- North Florida and South and 30 months to pay. Instead of pimiento Blgsby Prince, district Legion year. .'
Friday: Salmon loaf. "Should have better bid
nl with growers and shlp- Georgia areas. the present 36 months. All registered Cub Scouts and cheese sandwiches lettuce and you a commander .addressed the Post Edward Parker, 178, and Charles)
With the new extension TV set( The curbs are aimed at heading those Interested In joining Pack sliced tomatoes, fruit Jello and 1 have a good fence around thIs urging support of Universal Military Hutcheson 178, both last year-
property which I will Bell to Die
wing a prolonged dry sea- owners within a 73-mile radius of off a "dollar down and a dollar a 70 are notified to meet In the bread butter milk. Training legislation now be- letter men.
cookies ,
successful bidder at $350. I also
last week a near-hurricane Jacksonville will be given live week" credit splurge that had Parish House on Church Street fore Congress.. Billy Booth 15a member of'
ht t an estimated 10 or 12 rather than filmed and delayed TV pushed Installment credit buyingto next Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: The BHS cafeteria serves an have three large sows, two of I Lt. Richard W. Knox. command last year's B squad.

< ot rainfall, making It pos- programs. These spot programs a record high of more than 20 o'clock, according to an announce- average of 900 meals dally to students which have.12 good pigs and the er of a bomb and ahell disposal Earl Alvarez. 138 first year out.

for growers to begin their will include sessions of Congressnews billion dollars on July 31. ment by the Rev. B. E. Simmons, and teachers at a charge other should have some now; also team now engaged In decontamination Guards"

y-settlng operation. events, the World series and While no down payment will be .Cubmaater of iSo per meal. one big boar. The entire lot of work at Camp Blandlng Theodore Brannon, 153.: and

ii l plants are not as plentl- outstanding football games, along required on Items costing less than The Pack Is sponsored by St. hogs will be $200. .' also spoke to the group, giving Dan Wamwrlght, 153, both last

I usual because production with such TV regulars as the Fred $100, they must be paid for within Mark's Episcopal Church ami all All Occupational "If none of the above \Is acceptable some, Interesting sidelights on year letter men.

CQt by the dry spring and Waring and the Arthur Godfrey the same period as more expensive boys, ages 8 to 10 Inclusive, are Licenses Soon DueAll I shall get my hogs out thin project. Back from last year's B squad

er. One grower Lester shows. items in the same group. eligible for membership."All I and begin removing" the fence as : are: Leslie Sapp, 136: ; Gene Shaw,

it, la said to have set out The regulations do not affect boys wishing to become occupational licenses are now soon as possible. I First Inductees I 123; William Fowler, 14and;
plants which normally charge accounts or single payment O. C. Cason also submitted a Bobby Crews, J:56.!
Cubs should
Plant be at this
due and will become delinquentafter
have bd! of $110 per year for use of thedump'lng Leave Here Friday
made Those
runners enough loans repaid within 18 months. meeting as there are a few out for the first time are:
0 acres Yield was so poor To PublicMrs. They'do affect ,automobile loansof vacancies and first rome very, firstIn October 1. Tax Collector J. ground as' a pasture I For Armed Services Marl Ratllff, 134; Ed Orlffls. 206:

er, that Mr. Prevatt now ex- $5,000 and less and other Installment ," the Cubmaster said. R. Kelly reminded dealers this After a discussion of bids, the' Billy Weldon, 133; Ronald-Patra,..

"hardly enough to plant Ruby Johns and son, L. M. purchases of less than week, Council agreed to lease the dump Seven men" registered with Local i 138; Joe Clark, 124; and Larry
Several Den Mothers and other
Stres." Gaines, are this week announcingthe I to Mr. Edwards at the stated price: Alstme 125.
2500. license 18 Selective Service I ,
mothers will assist Mr. Simmonsat Holder. pf beer arc Board No. ,
of their plant and and a lease was drawn
its, which I la "the dear dead opening proper up Center
The household appliance group have been ordered to report -
this unless their System
meeting that permitsare
home at warned and Executed.The I I
their .
beyond recall" sold for as flower nursery at which requires 13: percent down October 1 for Induction on Friday, Sept Billy Dansby, 160 last year
u 12 per thousand,are now the south end of Church Street... payments, also Includes food The first regular Pack meet- renewed before City Clerk was Instructed.1 22. at 8 A. M. They will be In.I letter man, shifted from his form.
$IS The enterprise Is called "L. M.. Ing for all parents and cubs will they will have to be reviewed by to request bids from five different end.
f to $8 In Che bed. and new freezers radio sets, phonographs, I I| ducted at the Duval County Armory er position at
NO when dug and shipped. Gaines &: Ruby Johns' Nursery." kitchen ranges, dish washers, be held Thursday evening Sept. the State Beverage Departmentbefore firms for auditing the book of the Jacksonville. From the B squad: Bobby Was- ..
q cia get all the plants you They now have on hand about Ironers, sewing machines, vacuum I 28, at 7:30: o'clock in the Parish !Issued. the new license will be city for the year 1949-00. I Those Included In this call the din, 143; Floyd Futch, 132: ; Ed.

In Tennessee," one obllel'vd 15 varieties of rooted, ready to cleaners and air conditioners. House. The Council approved the purchase first actual Induction from this win Prevatt. 134.

"but growers who tried plant hibiscus and a large selectionof Specifically exempted from the I of 2.000 feet of 4-lnch cast county since December IBIS, areas Ned Prlngle 130, out for hla
""Ml rooted azaleas Mrs. Johns Iron pipe at 93o delivered InStark. I first
year say they wouldn't curbs are loans of more than $2- follows: seanon.
'them shrubbery, Aged Negro .. and 200 feet 6-Inch cast ,Quarterback
again as a gift. They I states. Fruit trees 500 that do not Involve automobiles I Donald Leonard Alvarez Rt. 2.
Idn't seem to yield." and other plants will be availableIn business or farm loans Iron pipe and the necessary fit Box 113-0, Stsrke; Jack Hazen, 177 two year let-
CannC not be she tlncs'for them tee man, and the squad's ace
plants will season at their nursery credits to dealers and certain Says He's 120 Stephen Andrew.'eldan, Jr.,
ble until November. added. Orders are taken: tol salesmen, credit to Federal Stark.; passer..

plants not In stock, and the public agencies, church groups, loans to Rites ThursdayFor Donald Karl Wilkinson, Lawtey; Harpld Davis 121. played on "

Yes Get Haul Is Invited to visit the nursery I pay fire and casualty Insurance 'Never: Drunk'B. J. G. LamoreauxJohn James Wilmer Hall Starke; last year's B squad.

and browse around, Mrs. Johns premiums, and money to buy se- James Benjamin Lawrence, Benton Futch 145, first year
n Lawtey Store I J. (Van) Walker. ancient man.
said. curities. Lamoreaux 0$ Jacksonville;
negro who claims to be 120 years Gilbert retired halfback/
clu Likewise excluded are real estate Seaboard trainman did. Arthur Melton Roberts, Jr.,
valued In excess of old, has outlived all .but one of his Carl Johns, 182 two year letter .
"""& Stolen from Carradine'* Mrs. Fannie Torres credit, loans for medical expenses, 16 children. Tuesdsv,afternoon his home. on Green Cove Springs; man.

(tore in Lawtey some time Dies In MiamiMrs. and loans by banks and savingsand The venerable colored man, who l 'J'Jk Smith Lake. Leon WHbur Carter Lawtey; Donald 'Bennett,. 133 one year

9'30 P. M. Monday and loan associations. say. he was born on April IS He was a native of Center Hill Isaac Solomon Archie (colored), letter man who played quarterback

M Tuesday. Fannie Torres, :5*, died I 1830, In Lloyd (near Tallahassee) and was a long time resident of starke. last season

arc5 to the store was gain- Wednesday monlng. Sept. 13, at Col. Kelly Describes has been visiting his sole surviving .l Hampton where he lived until his J. T. Prevatt, 144. letter man.

ouga\ back door and finger her home In Miami where she Recent World Tour son. Ike Walker, In Lincoln City, retirement three years ago. He Government Book Connie Clark. 153.: letter man
Were .,_ f was a veteran of World War I. transfer from Madison.
obtained the
for Investl- and her husband moved at negro settlement south of Starke to EffectsOf
but so far no arrests have' close of the war after living several At Rotary MeetingA I Walker attribute his long life (" ."'" --. ,z ..\ Surviving are his widow Mrs.: Explains From the B squad: Neal Craw-

Ule.CI In Starke. She was and good health to the clean life ,, Emma Johnson Lamoreaux; five Atomic WeaponsPublic ford. 140; Bobby McClellan. 134;,
years acount of a 75-: ; MrD. W. P. Plant '
the I play-by-play sisterS Illey. Artie McRae, 133.:
articles reported born February 22. 1399. he has led, "I've never been
r by Mr. Carradine were: Mrs. Torres has a host of 000 mile tour was given to the Rotary drunk in my life" he says and I I CIty, Mrs. Charle. Jones Mrs. Joe demand for the Govern Out for their first year: Jimmy
by Col! R. : Lorenzo, Mrs. Ben Roosevelt, and ment's newest best book-
Wednesday selling Rowe
d1i compacts, three pack-I friends here who remember her In Club never had anything to do with but I"f.j' 126; Milton Mott, 121;
If clgaiettes. one Ronson the fields of Interest she had If. Kelly (U. S. Army, n.lred) a two women-his first wife, whc ft0 .. : 4. Wrs. Edith Bauman. all of Tampa,j'let entitled "The Effects of AtomIc Jimmy Rltch 131; Tom McClane,
,12 many former commander of Camp I. ; and two brothers Kirk C. and D.< Weapons" has been so great 130: ft. C. Rouse 118.
wallets faithfulness and his .
three flash In the community and her died at the age of 89, -
resident of M. Lamoreaux. Jacksonville. |I that two printings have been sold Coach Hobbs stated
1 pocket knives one 10-lb I to her church. While inStarke Blandlng and now a I present wife who lit 81. '.' l:! lJ I that no
lai m, Melrose. ; ., Funeral services were held out In less than a month since Its B squad games will be played this
one mantel clock) and I member of the a i
35: .
she was a he was I
The aged negro says
**" and Co!. and Mrs. Kelly left last ; .. Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock ,release" Season. To properly conduct a "
pencil sets I Idlords First Baptist church. 'roundtheworldtour year. old when the Civil War ended t .I the graveside In Prevatt Ceme.tery The Information contained III B would almost
at squad
E. November on a .. ... 1Jg", program
Charles .h!:
t :
Besides her husband and arrived back at their and the slaves were set free. I ..' : near Btarke with Rev Fred this publication answers many of require the services of a full time
Urged Torres, she Is survived by four I He had worked on a plantation r the the public Is asking
home In Melrose the first of Au- ,1 Dodd, pastor of the Hampton questions coach and under the present set.
list Houses sisters Mrs\. Pearl Masters and Whileaway they stopped; owned by a man named Walker. Christian church officiating. In. about atomic weapons and what : up at BUS this Is not possible,
Ruby Davis, both of St. Augustine four-month visit with their I and took that name himself" as I erment: was under the direction effects they would have If put In- the coach said .

ApartmentstAl Mrs. Ethel Harper of Pier- for a in Manila. was often the custom. One time' +" ... '' of Key 'McCabe Funeral Home, to Use. It ,Is of primary Interest
son and Mrs. Alice Goodrich of speaker said there Is nothing In trying to escape, he outran 14 )'I: Jacksonville. to persona engaged In civilian defense Pecans Undamaged
reactivation of. Cecil Winter Garden; three brothers The Into other dogs for ten days and was finally I J the building trade., and |

the Starke ClT1ber of Merrill J. Cherry. ZephyrhiHs, like an Insight American caught, but later was allowed others vitally interested In what By Recent Storm
appreciate -
make an Rock Placed
'rca countries to Being
i Is asking that all availrnlahed Dalton Sanders. Deland. and W. liberties enjoyed by come and go as he pleased. tOJ happens when an atomic bomb

or untumlBhed Lester Sanders, St. Augustine. the United States-- I the end of the war his former owner On State Road 225The explodes. Moderate gales accompanying-!
entt or house be listed at Funeral services will be held In the people of the known In nc gave him 290 acres of land. first train go over It. Times were The book was prepared by the last weeks near-hurricane did

the First Baptist Church of Miami freedoms that are 70 he has lived In the so hard with him at one period of long hoped for day for many Atomic Energy Commission from negligible damage to Bradford!
} II the face of the For years
rartan other country on his life that he didn't own a pair
0" resident scientific and current Few
Howe said that In a this morning (Friday at 11 said that the same house In Lloyd and ha.-been Bradford County farm non-confidential County's pecan crop.
tio* With Cecil Field ofhe clock. globe. He also of shoes for 23: years. came. Tuesday when the S. F. Mc. technical Information. It U the nuts were blown off the tree except -
Is known and a deacon In the St. Johns BaptistChurch
was told they desired Interment will be In the Ever American dollar for the same number of Walker who can see and hear as Kenzle Co. of Ft. Pierce began mot Informative and authoritative in an Isolated Instance where

n "P to 200 housing unlU green Cemetery. St. Augustine. freely accepted confidence In every that country the .i years. He remembers when Tallahassee well as most people half of his age laying the rock on Road 223.: startIng book on atomic! weapon which a heavily loaded limb was brokenoff.
::1(5. at 3 o'clock with Indicating the and can about without the aid at the State Farm end. can be made public1. The crop now maturing Is
BAwtata must be rea : Sunday afternoon lands have In our was just woods without s get
other .
however of the peoples of Road 223: connects State Highways Thebook sell for $1.25 per described as "reasonably good.
the officials Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor single building and has watched of a cane estimates that he has
e the I of Starkeofficiating. government. almost 100 and 18 and traverses one copy and orders mar bot sent to The usual auction will be held
Iio. men have definite First Baptist Church the He some 200 grandchildren:
i Introduced by J. It develop through years.
On how In st.' Col Kelly was of the most thickly populatedFarm the Superintendent of Documents at the Stat. Farmer Market
much Arrangements Ant that great grandchildren
Oft hOU.lng. they can: of Craig-1! H. DuPre, chairman of Rotary'snterTLsUOnI says he helped put down the many sections of the county. Washington 25, D,C. her. In October or November.
Augustine are In charge Service Committee. railroad i In Florida and saw the and 33 great great grandchildren. I
:: ns may be li Funeral Home.
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Frank L. and Emma Lou Tomlin- from the dead! However, Jon has Bill and Marie plan to' move tc Ing. -

Bradford County Telegraph son Tuesday. Frank L. is building the animal up and eating and Indiana soon and declare they will Mr. and
plenty of hog pens this week and playing and named him "King. surely keep In closer touch with and Mrs ItUsltl1
plans to re-roof his home soon. Joe Dowling of Live Oak wag the family front now on. Seem, of Tampa -
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. 1_. MATTHEWS. OWNCMCDITOWPublUhnl : : weekend here *
u Roy Tomlinson Is picking Alabama here last weekend trying to help the Indiana brother and sister i Carl Jones. with" Mr an
Second w(, crowder peas this week. Roy Fonnle Crews finish planting his heard years ago that Bill was
and Enteml
Ery Friday an has 35 acres of peas which run a- Bahia pasture, but the rain had dead, and that Is why they never I The John McKisj,,.,
Starke, Fla. ,
PoutMJEMBCJ Office" at h
at the '
Clam Matter long In three diferent ages. Hepicked softened the ground too much for attempted to locate him. guest Sunday Mr
Mo& and
8 y JLura gurqe&s I about 20 acres this week. the tractor. Since they couldn'ttractor Joe and Nettle Moody and his and McKInn of Mrr ,

? <3> 1950 POIICA. NEBRh- Russell Green is still picking he /went "caif huntingtoo. mother, Mrs Emily Moody, spent Betty Graham and SanfOrd''

peas--black-eyes and Alabama Two Guernseys were his pur several days in Jacksonville last of Daytona Albert C.:;
dubwripriontl2.eeAnnually I 41.50 For Six Month Wherein I enjoy them waningNtimmer Freddie my grandson, brought out rrowders. He has about 25 acre Beach. tetra
I chase. week visiting friends and rela 8.
(.om|>any-1 hall welcome InSeptember the Rising Sun flag from Korea hampers in the rain which really Mr. and Mrs. Densie Thomas of tives. Mill andWaldo end fin
( I Immediately sat down Flora Home and Mr. and Mrs. I Tommie and Vivian Holden and baby Of TII\JIt\
BECOMING AWAKE OF. SCHOOL NEEDS brought a good price. The black- 1IIcKInnys
te'l Romey Johns of Jacksonville were son, Dannie, of Jacksonville, paid were ,
the organ, turned It on and eyes are about gone but the crow- and gueh O
More and more Bradford Countians are becoming aware The song of summer Is a thin- sang that song while little ders are still going strong. visiting Mrs. Truby Hodges last an unexpected visit here last Saturday Mrs. A A Youngb!,
of the need for more room and more adequate facilities' in drawn song, die and a lady neighbor Fred'i Friends of David Southerlan< week. They all visited in Lake I I afternoon. Upon arrival1 they Monday
Like creaking crickets whose Incessant learned that Vivian's mother, Mrs. Mr. and
made by this Mrs
the I
our school system. The exceptional progress flag. will be interested to learn that he City.Harold Bobbie Bi-
county in recent years definitely marks it as one which real- sound I'll be thinking of each of you was recently promoted to corporal. and Janice Shiver o* Joe Dpwling of Live Oak, had gone the proud parents of.
izes its needs and does something about them. But the de- Fills the darkening boundary of and again God bless you all. I He is in the service and is now Gainesville were vlsttng Mrs. to Jacksonville to spend the weekend daughter, Eloise born Be/,
pression and war years have brought about a condition which the night. Love, Lura. I stationed In Korea. Shiver's mother, Mrs. Bud Moody, I with them, so the Holden's had 7. /
The song that summer makes l during the weekend. to reurn home to Jax double
now threatens all of these advancements. The county school III// The M. S. Hayes 01 Gainesville quick. -
population i la growing steadily each year and the schools do soft and long.: and Mrs. A. P. Moore of Miami Floyd and Mana Wiggins and The Christian Endeavor of

not have any place to put this increased student load. The -Richard Duaey.Out The Life And Times were visiting their sister, Mrs Reddish Cedar and Cleo Andrews went Long Bridge Christian Church will Let us Thorough
to Key Sunday. They managed )
buildings, for the most part, are old and in need of repair on the window I hear the Of New River FolksMana Rhoda fowling, Sunday. The to "run the road block" by hold a farewell party for Ervin Wash
if these repairs not made. of intr Hayes being accompanied by Your
and will pose a real danger are song summer now turning having relatives there. Those whc Andrews who leaves Sunday afternoon Clot
-- other I fall. The wren has long gone, .. their daughter, Wtlda, (Mrs Joe II for "tar
Bradford County, following the precedent set by Pr .1. Lee Laeeaar did not have a good excuse to be away" Universityof
having reared the The Brodham of St Petersburg,) will 9 round.
add to its schools family. Florida In Gainesville, to don the
progressive/ Florida counties, can repair.and in Cedar Key were turned back.
increase in the tax millage. It can be done in crickets sing gaily a dog yaps spend a two weeks' vacation in Upon their return, our local people Important title of "rat". In the
without an awaY' off, the humming sound of Wiggins la not so well the north. Mrs. Hayes plans tc future if any of you are over For 40c!
this way: tractors In the distance blend in this week-she dressed a coop full go to Detroit and purchase an report a very patnetlc picture of Gainesville way and see Ervln, his FREE
school law each school in the State of fryers for the automobile from the and the storm struck Island town. Bleach If Del
Under the 1947 with the song of other Insects. deep freeze and factory little satchel, and his orange rat
unit in daily attendance I klnda over did herself they will visit Falls and Bill and Marie Banks, who are
receives $400 per instructional ((27 pupils I have had company: Don's a bit. She Niagara I cap standing beside the way look.
) which is earmarked for construction and repair a- daughter and family from California was pretty sick Tuesday. Canada. Thex will go up by bus. now living In Folkston Ga., were ing for a ride home, be sure tc o
lone. This means that Bradford County receives $45,000per were here and noted the stillness Te Harry Swisher are"making On the return trip they expect tc here one day last week offering !give him a lift!
year for construction or repafr of school buildings. This In our town. That Is what I hay /while the sun shines" They hit Washington, D. C., where they their place for sale Bill, who We Will

program has been in operation for the past three school love. Far from scenes of strife had two motorized lawn mower will visit some of Wllma's friends and sister 21 years ago and had Dry
fixing things up. The Swlshers like and also sight-see. .was separated from his brother Your Cloth!
years. In these days of inflated prices and scarce supplies, one cannot foster hatred or fear
Florida fine except for "red ," Everyone Is "calf crazy" around not contacted them that GRAHAMBy
$45,000 does not do very much building or repairing when the 'of war In a town with loving bugs during For
which bother them here as well as "pasture 20c
"more than panlky. time, recently located them by
the in- neighbors all about. friends
of By borrowing now on
needs the county are seen.
they do anyone else." They are"slowly" Several persona here are looking checking the records of the or- Mrs John McKlnny
who understand and love Yesa In New
which the State has assured the county can go ahead you. Automatic
come the I going Into the chicken for calves from dairies and sevenal phanage through which they were Difc
poem can think of
and build the necessary buildings and make the necessary other summers says well loved, vacation business and now have 600 four- calves are making their appear placed for adoption when children Mr. and Mrs Lee Youngblood returned -
On the other hand, if the county saves the annual week-old ance. Bud and Nan .
trips when my son was a boy baby red chicks. Moody got a Bill and Marie, his brother, James to their home In Wauchuls
income for capital outlay until an adequate sum is on handit to Yellowstone Park to Mammoth Mr;.. Wilbur Turner has heard nice big Holsteln calf the other Davenport, of Indianapolis Ind. Tuesday after spending 10 day
will require approximately 22 years. By that time old age 4 Cave to many enchanted places from Wilbur, who recently joined day. Jon Lazenby got one, too- and his sister, Mrs. Minnie Karl of here with relatives.Mr The Washeteii
and its resulting decay will force the county to expend mil- ,where we camped and went swimming the armed forces and Is now In Ft. but what a contrast! We tried tc Greenville, Ind., then enjoyed a and Mrs. Claude Starling of
lions to rehabilitate. replace what we now have. I and fishing. Those memories Warden, Washington Wilbur says get Jon to name It "Resurrection" reunion in Folkston. The four of Tampa spent the weekend here Temple Ave.

The State Department of Education, !in its recent survey are forever etched_upon my_mind's he has seen many beautiful sight for it looks like a calf resurrected them were visiting here last week with his mother, Mrs. Kate Starv

recommended an outlay of $700.000 in this county to, memory pages. However, I treasure enroute to his camp, but what')'I
meet minimum needs of the pupils. This is part of the goal the present too, and I know' now lies ahead may not be sc'I'
for which the county strives. In after years I shall recall this beautiful, Wilbur thinks.R. .
summer with Its unforgettable visit J. Turner Jr., and friend
The problem is not the exclusive problem of Bradford
to the home of my son and wife In Wllene Terry of Ft. White, were
County. Other counties have faced the same problem and
Indiana. Whoopee!II. visiting R. J.'s parents this week
have solved it in the same manner proposed here in this coun- LOVETT
planted turnips radishes and
ty. Duval, Nassau, Dade, Orange' and our neighbor Clay, wax pod beans this afternoon. We end.The C. E. Andrews
family had
have all borrowed on the annual income from the State for
have been having lots of rain and as their guests recently the
capital outlay to meet their needs. More counties plan to If the frost holds off I may have Mlzells of Georgia, and also their

begin a similar program in the near future. more things to eat from the gar son. Lindsay, and hi. family..
To our way of thinking, there appears to be no reason den. It la cool here today, but Reddish Andrews sold 100 crates STARKE FLORIDA Prices
why Bradford County cannot keep her rightful place as an Wednesday It was sweltering hot.I of peas last week which netted a --- Good Through Sat, Sept. 16th

educational leader.AMERICAN My petunias are lovely and touch- fair price. He says they will have
me-nots and marigolds. Zinnias this one "shower." They are
ACTION IMPRESSES COMMUNISTS are lovely coloring along the gar through.
During the first weeks of the Korean war Americanswere age. Just one look and my heart I Mrs. Missy Sapp celebrated her 2000 Items, Are Cheaper At Lovett

stunned by the tragic inadequacy of our forces and equipment Is lifted far above the world of 81st birthday anniversary Sunday
Many felt a personal responsibility for the need petty things that annoy. with a big dinner with her grand-

less loss of life. It was a healthy and well-founded reaction One thing that steadfastly remains -, children, and Mrs O. E. Crosby FACTORY
.which will lead to correction of mistakes and weeding out of bright and shining Is my and children. Mrs. Sapp live PACKSugar LARGE SIZE

inept officials. There are already encouraging signs of improvement deep love for my husband that 'with Johns.her daughter Mrs. Lacy

John Osborne, Time and Life senior correspondent seems to draw us closer every
in the Pacific, writes: "The American effort and the day a. the swiftly passing hours said Incidentally, Mrs. Lacy John
eat up the summer Thus all life had quilted two quilts
American soldier in Korea are magnificent. Doubtless Dreft
we during the VeSift
passes and I do not fear the coming recent rainy weather
could and should have been better prepared; But. ...;.;today of acre. I have so many dear She has many quilts already and OR
we have in Korea more meh and more arms'than wesent to aged friends I love that I believe Is selling a few here and there.* If

the invasion of North Africa in November of 1942, eleven the poet when he says: you feel that you're going to need
months after Pearl Harbor" cover this winter
you can purchase
Age wears for me a glory and a
Intelligence reports received In Washington indicate light: one or some of these nice quilts

that the evident military ability of this country to cope with It Is a 'silver pinnacle, whose front her. I
the communists in Korea has impressed the countries of height to The Eustace Kelley are about 39c 23c

Southeast Asia. Applications for the communist party Courageously attained, presents a It Is complete really nice.their new bathroom

membership are dwindling and pictures of the communist view Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell 6f
leader Mao Tse-tung are disappearing from shoo windows. Which youth nor mlddleage has Brooker were .
supper of
Even more encouraging is the opinion of authorities the looked upon. 1 L
mystery of why Russia has not moved into other areas on while You have no words to tell. you ......... .... NO. 2 CAN

the United States has its hands full in Korea. They point what you see, MAXWELL HOUSE I ICOFFEE

out that we have in readiness prepared to strike with hair. But for what me you are is proof enough! CARPENTER'S S C'

trigger swiftness, a fleet of more than 2,000 Air Force That sunset may be lovelier than 2 for 49'
bombers able to carry atom bombs within a matter of hours dawn. PRESCRIPTION 29'J !

to every major city in Russia. And we have the bombs to do Since I met you, age Is a promisedland PHARMACISTSONTIIEMINIT .
the job.. If the opinion of these authorities is correct this /

factor, plus an industrial production potential of near astronomical Where hope and faith and love

proportions, has checked Russia for the time being. walk hand In hand. 3 for 16

Another element of strength that is not fully appreciated Yes it is good to have a partnerto /2'S 24 ; 7

is the growing efficiency and productive capacity of American walk with hand in hand, tc can
agriculture. Food! is a mighty weapon and our farmsare work with and for. To forget self lA ,
producing it in record quantities. The magazine Country in the struggle to give cheer and -

Gentleman recently described what has been happening on courage to the one you;love LAND O'SUNSHINE
the farm: "Ever since the end of World War II, farmers have Faith hope and love walk with 46 OZ. CANS TANGERINE f1|
been turning out, after me every day, I pray. !
year year, nearly a fourth more than
in the year of Pearl Harbor, and it's hard to picture the peaks CLAY HILL I never for a BUTTER JUICE for 33c MILK
to which farm output might be pushed under necessity. moment forget my dear children ,
Leading agricultural scientists now believe that the output and people- Clay Hill so far a-
of the farm plant of the United States could be doubled by way. I know they are building a

putting to use all the production knowledge we now have. church and saving many a prayer

during'"Significantly and since World, the War great II upsurge came about in farm with only production a mi- citizens They Korea will to who seed fight.help sons They each to other are far away good and SERVICE lb. 59C PEASsUNS'NE.: 10 3 tall 0 <

nor increase in acreage harvested. .Furthermore, the gains vote at the school house on elec- PHONE cam |
were made in; a period when farmers had fewer workers than tion day. Cod bless
every one of _ .
them. Day 64 _ _ _
prewar.With Night; I _
all our prodigality, we are demonstrating as never IIELPFUL HINTS
: I have
before the achievements attainable by free men. It is these some magazines from New Zealand v UIJj
achievements that are now being felt in Korea and that are Here are some hints from 6 I Mftts IIM J Ah01, QuaJ&ify
earning the respect of other nations-including Russia. there. Always rub well with com-

mon salt any mark that Is left on bj TABLIS
the glass casserole dish. Salt PO -..JL. Efi II
cleans and polishes. Try coveringa :

FOR YOUR M fi FJk REQUIREMENTSIt scratch on the furniture with
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V* cup cold milk HAMS
PROPANE GAS 1U cups hot milk

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1.3 cup sugary *

GAS COMPANY, Inc 1 2 egg teaspoon cup whites white vanilla.corn syrup a- 1V1)) ONIONS, p 'lb. 19 lb. 39c tnterlb..3 3

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hot dissolved.milk salt Cool, sugar and and when stir until It 1.L SNOW WHITE |1 Select Beef Liver lb. 5 55
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beater until frothy, fold In stiffly Cauliflower ID. 14
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In cold water garnish with pink Insurance ,
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Good on hot days! (This from Rib 3
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5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. ,
r F world la the turning clock around ticks swiftly on. The in Best Friend BROCOLLI or ORANGE Chuck 5!

apace. The work day at the fac Roast lb. _ -
Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, tory Is about done for my son I FORD HOOKS
And Accessories ,' will soon be getting supper. I Charley E. Johns JUICE
am glad to be alive, glad I have Agency StarkeF erslb.----- .5 5
r lived as long as I have proud of

Let us SIL-1- LK EEN your car my few grey hairs and year. be Phone IS STARKE. FLA. 4 pkgs. 99c 5 99c "
hind me. Let us all hang closer cans 15
by the new Silicone process The new together as the war beats on with Cottage Cheese lb. -
way to lasting car beauty. 7.50 our boys fighting In far off Korea \ ,

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store some of our surplus vege til a short time ago However, the lion to do a job yourself. will not eat feed and tosses her IV' (.1...-... Court, llradford ieeotrFlorida ., It <.1....... ....rt. Bradford CaootTr
tables, berries etc.. and along with will the feed tc !. Ckaaeerr.Davs Flwrld.la Cboorerr.Joseph : .
to them l
pour now e head as if as to say: "Take away F. Power, Plaintiff vs.Selma .
meat which we raise fish Evans, Plaintiff Llllle Mnebrans .
which we how close vs. .
sea we can come. Seed that stuff and let me get some of Lone Powers. Defendant.Case
hope to catch, etc., we beds of cabbage and broccoli Ilefendent.>> Case. No. IOU No. SO))*
DIARYDy hope tc e e e Mammy's, good milk!" But _. .... ...
have a well stocked managed to weather the my Order of Pokllfotluo ao larder theyear Did some work for Tim Blackburn shall she ..... MTA1M Of rHII TotVelma
heavy rains and seem to be coming get no more, aa scours A. KTtTM OF KI.OMIOA IUllle
'round resldencs
We :will Leone Powers, whose -
Sam McGarvey some try to keep with our tractor and after along, We hope to get enough from it every time we try it on Mae Evan, whose residence' and address Is. Ill least 61st
figures on cost of operation experimenting under his direction broccoli her. She Is four months old now and address Is TBS Webstev Avenue, Street, New York ('lly, New York:
The author ulll be Clad to receive so that we will know just how plants to set a fair sized Plalnsfleld, New Jersey You are required to appear on

learned how to tear down old beds patch We'll have to keep good and if she will graze and eat October nth 1850, In tho above named
Item! of Intermit practical a purchase a You are required to appear on
concerning deep freeze Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
the activities of farmer la for a farm. and build up new ones over the watch over them and water them some grain, cottonseed meal minerals October Ktn. IHdO, In the above seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTeltaraph.
Bradford In old mlddlea. This of course laI If necessary to keep them grows etc.. ,we may get the good named Court and cause, wh.relnplnlnllff shall publish: this OrderIn f
County. Suggestion I seeks divorce. Bradfordt'uunty four weeklynnues.
be left at the may e e e nothing out of the ordinary to do Ing, All of which reminds us that nurse cow we are looking for. M Teleirraph nAutll publish Witness" my hand .' official I seal
Telegraph office or Alice Is walking around our with a mule, but It Is more difficult we'll also have to get some poison the meantime, she can bawl her this order In next. four weekly Lruex. at Smrke, Florida, .;.1. Septembernth.
mailed .
to Sam
Florida.'' McGarvey, Lawtey, farm now with a big grin on her to do with a tractor becauseof out to combat the army of mole i head off. i \Vltneiis mv hand and of fl.<..litl seal tOr'FlCIAt.. 19M REAL) A. J Thomas
face. Reason: a big van recently the difference In the width of crickets which Infest kitchen a at Btarkc, Florida, this Hnptemberth. As Clerk of said Court

j brought our furniture down from beds. When we finished all the garden. Think we'll use our chlordane I Had our first taste of persimmons ( inso.UrFlCIAI. RPtAGA. J. Thomns, T My, Frank Haven I-sndrum Crosby,, Etarke.neputy Florida Clerk,

-mlrst! rain we have ever We had made up some beds up north: Television set, dishes,, old trash was where It should be thl* week, courtesy of Mr. By Haven Aa Crosby Clerk, Deputy of said Court.ClerkR Attys. tor Plf.- 91et l *|29Im
trended on us this week and put In fertilizer before the mix-m eater, Ironer. linens! books -burled under the new beds, and Months and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson. They .| 4t Ulitl rirmlt (".....,. Brae ford Ceoalr.Klorldai i
ago we planted hairy .. '........,..
It storm to combination (
us out. got planning plant Longreen dishwasher and wonders of wonders, the are
but drowned rows Indigo in our back field, and !intended gave us a half dozen or so and IN rireolt ('o...... II rod. ford ("o..t,.. I>onal. Simmons, Plaintiff vs.Thelmn .
lha4 believe It or not, we snap beans. The day after the clotheswasher, record player with i almost straight! to also plant it In the they were ripe and juicy. We Florida lo t.kosjrerr.Thomas Ma Hlmmons: UMenbenf.Case .

.i. hud flsh swimming In our heavy rain we decided to plant If records rugs pots, pans and al I e e e truck garden. The back field like dthe taste very much and tried lilt* C. PeYoun&W. Moylan; IIlo'h.nl..p.'an.l-. Plaintiff vs Of Pnbllcatloei Anil Nolle No 8044Order ToAppear. a
ard And we might' as at all possible, and did despite the most a million other Items whichwe "Best boar In Bradford county." which was planted with the cover them In various ways Sometimewe ..n.. Case TJo. east VATM OK FLORin TOIThelms !
that we bearmed fact that the land have needed Order of Publication and 'Xotleo '1'. Mow Simmons' whose residence
tied the fact was very wet. BO badly. After I exclaimed a farmer on seeing Red, crop is a delight to look at, as It will try persimmon ice cream A....... BI'ATN OF KI.OHIU Tot la WashlnKton, D. C, 6512Parkland I
when the andepackrcane But we decided to risk the seed almost "camping out" for well our registered Duroc male. We,, has a fair stand of indigo, and has which Is recommended very highly Kltn O. UeYouns; Moylan Q7.I".e" ; Courts, 8. E.t I ,
was upon us i' rotting on the chance that we over a year It Is wonderful to have of course, make no such claim, and a well-tended appearance. To the by Mrs. Wilkerson. We know that Mnftsat residence'husetta 1 IK Aa Copley mreet: September You. are iltth required, 1960,to In appear the abov on

,w things and went Intoto might hit an early crop. The our things down here where we do not want to Identify the contrary, the truck garden has we want to raise persimmons of You are required to appear onOctober named Court and cause, wherein 'v
spend the night In the I' tractor rode over the land without can appreciate them more than speaker by putting him on the been let grow and It looks likea our own now. I named Court Plb, 19IIU and cause In the, wherein above County plaintiff: Telegraph necks divorce shall publish Bradford! thla

zed comfort of one of Guy difficulty, but the planter be! ever, So as one of our neighbor spot. It )Is, though, a great satisfaction wilderness point is that theland I plaintiff: : : seeks tllvnri, Bradford, Order In next hand four and weekly official! I Issues.Witness dealrat .
TltleNiaph shall publish this my
sa Andrew's maeomatten came clogged between the wheels remarked: "It looks as. though to us to have Red praised that has the cover crop on it "...r.. .m-llng out severe! colonof Order County In nest four weekly Issues. Starke, Florida, thlaAuaust 44,

Of course, I often and had to be cleaned out.i you've decided to stay" as he Is a good animal and we Is improving and the other deteriorating. pouter board at 5c per nhert" :' Witness Mtarke,mY Florida hand, and this official September7th. ) sealat 1950(OFFICIAL SBJAL) A. J. Thomas.As ,t
out we could have stayed Oh, yea, we inoculated the seed I e e take pride In him. Soon we will More and better ,Telegraph Itlto Clerk or said Court.
but then It might have with nitrogen to see if the bean Due to the high coat of feed and see his first pigs by our gilt cover la tOFMICIALA.ECI .rk rat 3. Thomas. By Myrtle T TJeaver D. C.
? crops our motto In rirmlt ('..... llrad'ord Coital, .. said Court. John J. Henderson, Knq. 1449 Colonial
Jtly different, too. eat roots would grown nitrogen nodules possibly a poor Job of culling our Henrietta and that will be 'proofone Florida !. r Msmferr.Kohoora Hy Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk Ave. ackaonvllle,417E/tdl1E :
the and thus enrich the soil from Ruth Harriott 'flntntlff. vs Attys, for Plf. | I
r wits us fine Y flock we lost money on our way or another. Everyone Have ]learned that anyone ,who I James Joseph llerrlck.. I Dxtenlent.Case: :
Wd when a storm hits us the air chickens during the month of likes flattery, and we are always wants to get a lot of Information No Coat
,* Oroer Of PutiUi-sUno. "... Motive ToAoaear. :
full( months we accept this August. Cost of feed worked out pleased when someone admires our on overhead Irrigation can get slot BTATN.." KI.OHIII\ TO
ut of the bitter with the One of our long planned dreams to about 53c per dozen eggs so stock. by merely dropping 'a line tc James o6rhF; Herrlck,S'.hDoi: Tl 2
After all, even a bad blow came true this past month when it Is easy to see why fresh egg e e the Aluminum Co. of America New rtenne York l ,

i, bad as long months of Ice I we got our new 19,4 cu. ft. deep produced In Florida must be Arles Heard of a man who had a calf Pittsburgh. Pa. We did so and have You are reqiilril to appear on October k kN
VI freeze. Now :we will be able toVAKEl' ed where they are to enable which wag scouring badly and received a flood of literature since Court 2nd and 1960.cause In, herein the above plaintiffseeks named

raisers to make even a small profit :could not be cured In any way 'It U all very interesting but al divorce and .", .Iody of children
Hrailford County Telegraphshall
But fresh eggs should bring a tried, so he put the calf on a milk though we have not yet gotten publlHh thla Order In the next
STORE Men's Clothing premium and cannot be comparedwith goat and now the calf fe doing prices. It looks as though It wouldbe four weekly .Issues.Witness t
Established 1894 Ill 11111} shipped eggs'which can be One. Wingless chickens, goats quite expensive. at Stsrke, my Florida hand: this and I official(1st ot seal August
In cold storage for six man Ills or raising- calves-what next!! 1A40.IOFfrIC1AL 7
\PEAL! ) A. J. Thomas
longer. But since then, the pullets e We have at last got an ap As Clerk nf said CourtHr .
have snapped out of It and are We got some help and started propriate name for our water Haven Crosbv eputy Clerk
John J. Henderson IC.qAtf( Colonial ?
laying better, and we hope to get to set out our strawberry plants pump which work. one day and Avenue Jacksonville, Florida.Attys ,
B.ALVAREZ&SON B TRANSFER STORAGE AND CO. our chickens back Into the profit one day recently only to find that quits the next. Finnegan (off-end- for Plrr. *ll4tS| > 'aa a letta

column. most of our plants drowned out or on-again-Flnneganl) Is doing a --
r puny. Did manage to set out onlya good Job of driving ua crazy by
d',r T'? 6f} We operate local Porky's six pigs are now a little few, and some of them have being so unreliable. We can pretty PHONE 218 only the FORD TRACTOR has the

t:9f : over 4 weeks old and are coming died since, ao It looks as though much count,on It going sour, just
t,( ., ,, fhk!
anywhere In V. S. they have been roaming all overt fall. And It looks as though lots wrong. We've had the doggone

e dr.. w v 'i'1 EXCELLENT le place and seem quite Indifferent of others will! be doing the same thing apirt so'many times that we PROOF. METER
of their mammy (except at thing. almost know It by heart. And
f STORAGE mealtime.) It Is quite a sight tc e one day right after the heavy
see one of the little reseals go up: We managed to improve the rainfall!! we almost had a serious
t. x y FACILITIES to Big Red who weighs a possible floors In our home a great deal! bye act'Idrnt, Sam went down to the Now Standard tqnlpminl oa Emory New F0rd tractor ,

600 Ib. and sniff at the monster as renting a sanding machine In pump and started fiddling aroundIt FLOWERS BUY ON PROOF Instead of Promises!
gents For If to say "My goodness were you Starke, and then applying alter and of course with the current FOR ALL OCCASIONS
ever a little pig like me?" We nate coats of shellac, varnish, turned off as the place was ankle-
lelcherBros. See us first! had hoped to get the pigs up tc and shellac. Our floors were In deep In ,water. When he touched, 1 Why gucM about tractor performance-before you buy
about 50 lb. at 8 weeks but that very poor shape but after that the pole switch to turn on the 1or *//" you buy Now guesswork it no longer necessary!

will be impossible now as we treatment they look pretty good. current he got a shock which hf (j) Th new Ford Tractor Proof-Metee shows ptrforrnanet,

could not get them to eat feed un Then, too, It Is always a satlsfacBelter won't forget In a hurry. He knew effideitty and economy right before

-- better than to mess around electricity your eyes on the dashboard. It will
when standing on wet )land DISH GARDENS pay you to sea this Proof.MeterrODAYI0nlytheFordTractorbasid- fIB
but took a chance. You may be !
sure that from now on he will be POTTERY

ten times more cautious and care
ful. ./. r FLOWERS WIRED Dixie Equipment ,

Comfort has been weaned and If IOl6: tso l\laha !It.! GalnsevUIe, Floe
now living on the east side of our / / ,,1
p a.r.a.ea1n111a dpe11 tdnrlrara
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that it's the most quickly Merit Buick dealer's-and a tery jew friction-clutch repair and relied I f

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under that ,1'0.onnels Buick -tube dr'n, really q

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its room by the simple expedient the money in angle mind, and on are priced at a J level I CONSIDER the difference between the circus and sold at the Standard Oil sign and have recently been I '1

uppermost that we'd your like to make two that makes them a standout buy the side show. The big show packs them in on the made more powerful through the addition of more

'0 It'WAY' O.'ltONF-Thl. rugged points: in any price class. I performance it offers not needing the glib-tongued high octane anti-knock qualities they will not per

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F' ., '" St. Mark's Names Parent-Teacher Year i Geraldine, Brown Swimming Party ['Methodist WSCS Methodist Men

Church School StaffThe t Off To Good Start Weds Roy GriffisIn At St. Augustine Met MondayThe Will Have Picnic

Tuesday Evening Boatdrain Church Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. L. circles of the Methodist The Men's
.. Church School of St. Mark'iEplacopal Women's Society of Christian Ser. Bible CI.
D. Haines were hostesses .at a First .. ,
\ Church organized last "Promoting better triendshlp.1September swimming party and picnic at the vice held their regular programand Methodist\ Chul'I'b
> Sunday for the coming year. The theme of the Parent-j 4 14frw- Brownlee cottage at St. Augustine aocial meetings on Monday will have a plcnll at III
.. following teachers were appointed:. Teacher Association, keynoted the. Beach last Saturday, honoringthe afternoon, September 11, at 3:30: age, 120 North

lU-sl.lenre June Caldwell Office Mrs. James Blackshear, nursery; first meeting of the Starke school| : 11 and 12 year old girls of th' I o'clock. Monday evening. ChUtch'l
Mrs. Clifton Brown, kindergarten:. held : ; StoPlel11bt.
Tuesday In
Ph. State Farm 43 Editor I'hone 29 group Baptist Sunday school. Circle One met In the home of 7 o'clock, it
Mrs. Edwards Burns, primary:: the BuS cafeteria. Waa
: during Mrs. B. K. ePrryman on West anno1lJi.J:
enjoyed week
Swimming was
Mrs. Lemuel Colson and by Tom
junior Featured speaker was Mrs. Slade
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I followed with a Madison JIrt\\
most of the day the
Junior high. Arthur O. Ivey, currently a student class
Youth Conservation Grady Williamson Mack Futch Is superintendent of at' the University of Florida i lovely picnic lunch. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Jed the devotional Herbert Deal !!
the affair were Irene using as her topic the I.i ,.h,,
DiscussedAt Celebrates the school, with the Vicar actingas and chairman of the State PTA'' Enjoying committee in ""&:
Topic Birthday Parker, Ins Psalm. Following the devotional chari
supervisor of the general school Summer Institute who developedthe I Metzger, Jacquelyn 23rd which of III!
Lawson, Lanel) Mrs. Bertha Pearce promises to b I
Woman's ClubA Sterns, Patsy '
theme that
Grady Williamson was the honor program. "Friendship Is a I best outdoor *
Dodd. Dolores Maruca Peggy circle leader, presided over the upper[ ,
guest at a party last Thursday Mrs. Mary Louise Hiatt and Mrs. sheltering tree. The Importance I by the group e'.er
review of the free services,,, of human relationships cannot be Mitchell, Mary Louise Haines business meeting. Routine business
September 7, In celebration of his W. H. Graham are serving as sub
both recreational and educational. overstrensed, Mrs. Ivey said, and Jacqullyn Jenkins, David Haines was transacted. Two new
; 19th birthday anniversary at the stitute teachers at the present I
provided for the young people of;, home tit his parents, Mr. and Mrs time. gave several instances where her the Rev. L. D. Haines and H. L. members .were welcomed Into the Legion Auxiliary
this community featured a panel life had been "Infinitely enriched" Brownlee. circle, Mrs. Daisy Perryman antf To Meet
discussion at the first meeting of,, Garfield Johns near Hampton. A cordial Invitation to enroll Is by her association with students/ Mrs. D. H. Carpenter. Sept. j 19

the fall season of the StarkeWoman's Games were enjoyed during the extended to all children not now/from other. lands now enrolled at'' Dinner At St. Mark's Mrs. A. F. Sauls presented the The monthly
evening by the 23 young people attending any other church schoolThe
Club held Wednesday the University of Florida. ,, program from the "Methodist .Tones'LangfOrd\\'hlte
afternoon. enjoying this affair with Grady. Junior-Junior High clasp The speaker was Introduced by )f'ft. : Honoring Bishop Woman." Her subject was M. Y. Post 56, will be ) A

The program was under the Late In the evening sandwiches, meets In the church, the Nursery Mrs. Paul Keleher, chairman of?I ", ....., t ..... .!>lI F. work. eVening S'ptember held on ,
direction of Miss Audrey Newman punch and the birthday cake and kindergarten classes in the I the PTA."B hospitality committee, I ,I A covered dish dinner was en. clock lit the ,19, a
chairman of Youth Conservation, which was Iced 'with white and Parrlsh House, and the Primary In the devotional which opened { Miss Geraldine Brown, daughtel Joyed by 35 adults and children of Local UDC Members District Rom
and Included brief discussions by decorated with red roses and class" In the Youth Activity room the meeting. Rev: T O. Mitchell, of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown oi. St. Mark's Episcopal Church In of president Irs.:;
the following representatives of organizations green were nerved to the guests of the rectory.Officers pastor of the First Methodist I Starke, became the bride of Ronald I the Parish House last Sunday. The I Guests At Party Ocala will be present I:
rendering some ser Grady received many lovely gift r Church, pointed out that Christ 'GrifTis son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy occasion was the annual visit tc fcrbte,8tarTt(>t'' on eornror!
vice to young people without from his friends. Elected bestowed the ultimate in human I Griffis, also of Starke, In a lovely the Mission of the Bishop CoadJutor -|I Members of the W. T. Week Cty! \p
.charge: Among those enjoying this affair relationship upon his disciples candlelight ceremony on Saturday the Rt. Rev. Hamilton West. Chapter U. D. C. were invited to Hospital.

:Miss Delia Rosenberg Junior were Mr. and Mrs. Emory By TEL ClassThe when, at parting, he referred to evening, August 26, at 8 o'clockIn The regular church services pre be guests of the Jacksonville Alt. member are url!!!
Woman's Club: Rev. B. E. Simtnons Henderson, Dick and Billy Hen them u friends. the Boatdraln Baptist Church. ceded the dinner and three candidates Martha Reid Chapter at a Garden tend.
T. E. L. Class of the First! During the brief business for confirmation were confirmed Party held Thursday ,afternoon n
St. Mark's Episcopal church; derson, Misses Mary end Peggy see The Rev. Curtis Harris, pastoi
H. P. Morgan county superintendent Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards : baptist Sunday School met at the slon preceding the program and of the church, officiated at the by Bishop WeaL the Jacksonville Woman's Club. BPW Meeting
of public Instruction; C. S. : Mrt. K. J. Flynn, Mr. and home of Mrs. W. U Andrews.Fri presided over by the president ceremony before a host of friends The Bishop also spoke at the Members of the local chapter attending Set

Partln, principal of BHS; Mrs. Edward Mrs. V. B. Jones and daughter day afternoon at 2 o'clock with 12 Mrs. H.,A. Lawson, It was votedto and relatives of the couple. dinner, after which the Vestry this outstanding event The Business and pw
Burns, Children's Commls- Carol, Miss Gladys Johna. Mist members present. reduce the annual PTA dues The church was decorated with held a brief meeting to make plans were O. I*, Beasley, Mrs. L. Q. Woman's Club will meet
Bernlce After the study on Bible historyled from $1 to COc. It was announcedthat for the Every Member Canvass at Powell Mrs. Mattie GahaganMrs. September, 18,
lon; Rev. U D. Haines, First Baptist Thomas, Miss Clarke tall baskets holding arrangement, at 8 P
by the teacher, Mrs. H. L. meetings this a later date. W. J. Chandler, Mrs. W. F.
Church; Mrs. W, R. Morse Thomas. and Floyd Thomas. year would be of white gladioli and fern. Kingsley Lake home oij
Woman's Club: Miss Dorothy Ross, Hough assisted by Mrs. I* U held the second Tuesday night in ed candelabra holding Branch'j It I Is planned to hold these din. Godwin, Mrs. Jeanette KincaId Rosenberg. Prior to the

Girls ...H Clubs; Dr. A. Y. Covtagton MYF SubDistrictHas Morgan and Mrs. D. W. Moore each month at 8 o'clock. were placed at points in ners at regular Interval in the Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. A. C. Dur. I meeting, the Executive &
public health; B. T. the business session was held, Mrs Concluding the program, Harmon future. den and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. I meet at 7:30: o'clock
Shull, Boy Scouts; Wm. Scruggs, Meeting HereThe G. R. Mathews, Slrst VIce-Pres- P. Morgan; County Super. tuary.A .
American Legion; Rev. T. a ident, presiding. intendent of Public Instruction, program of nuptial music
Mitchell First Methodist church Garfleld Evans Sub-district After the routine business was briefly explained the proposed was presented prior to the ceremony -

Mrs. Pauline Torode, Business &: of the Methodist Youth Fellowshipmet taken care of the Nominating $400,000 bond issue to finance a by Miss Gloria Harris, pian
Professional Women. In the Starke Methodist Committee. presented the slate of program for school plants throughout 1st. The traditional wedding Here are three reason.

From the presentation of these i Church Monday evening, with a officers for the coming year which the county. He asked the marches were used.
groups ItWas/ concluded that I record attendance of 89. was adopted as follows: Mrs. R. PTA for Its support and requested The bride wore a navy suit with why an A&P "Snntr,

Starke Is fairly fortunate In the Churches represented at this A. Thomas, President; Mrs. G. R an organized drive to get the white accessories.! Her corsage Ri ht"
services rendered to its meeting were Starke, Lawtey, Mathews First VIce-Presldent: ; vote on election day, which will was of white carnations.Mrs. Chuck l RoaJ

people. young_ Waldo, and Lake Butler, with the Hrs. F. F. Flume, Secretary; MrsD. probably be held in December.It Brown, mother of the bride, offers
A brief business session, preceding Starke M. Y. F. winning the attendance W. Moore, Treasurer: Mrs. P. was announced that Miss' chose black crepe with red acces ROASTS you a real value
banner. M. Barefoot Ministry Chairman; Della Rosenberg's Ninth Grade
the program, was presided I sories. Mrs. Griffis, mother of the
Miss Ada Edwards, of Mrs. L. V. Morgan had the largest number of
over by the club president Mrs Lawtey, Group Captains parentsat groom chose navy with white accessories. -
\v. R.Morse. president of the sub-district, pre- and Mr. T. M. Hutchings. Mrs the meeting and would be Featured |111 Tbft
sided over the business H. L. Hough was recommended for awarded a cake.
During the Immediately following the ceremony -
social hour refreshments I Popular Cuts,BU&
were served by the hostesses Recreation was led by Miss Oleeta class teacher for the coming year During the social period the a reception was held In the Other value giving "Super-Right" meats that are guaranteed English or Ann,
: Mrs. W. B. Sewell, chair Green of Starke. The Rev T. G During the social hour the hostess .i hostess committee served sandwiches church hall. A green and white to satisfy"SuperRight"

man, Mrs. E. K. Penryman, Mrs Mitchell was speaker during the served! a delightful salad. and punch.PearsonLee. color scheme was carried out, In- '
K. O. Duncan Mrs. Wm. Cressler, devotional service. course. cluding the bride's table which Western nib End or All cut tram tta

Mrs. W. H. Smith and Miss Audrey I was covered with a lace cloth and Loin Pork Chops Ib. 59c 2 fully' M-livtrd( "9uixr I
Newman. centered with the wedding,cake. - KlRht"
The at'Mrs qualilj
marriage Lillian
Mrs. Ira Wilson served cake.
JPig Lee and Eugene Pearson was an Presiding at the punch bowl Banner or All Good Brand corn-fed hart
i JLtL event of Wednesday September 6 the
during evening were Mrs. Ruby
S.- In Folkston, Ga. The couple It Tones, Miss Wanda Griffis. and Sliced Bacon lb. 59c "Sup'r.liight'' trim
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now residing in the L.
.I O Hazen Miss Christine Gainey. The brlde'f 3 ma.l tocl.se rrmore 1
apartment of West Call street. Mr '
I book was kept by Miss HazelI bone and< I-
Well, the touch 'of fall Is deflnltely and joy of the club Is that artis- Pearson Is, employed by the Du I Short Shank Small Average before
in the air and soon our tlo paint job Jimmy Hobbs did Pont Company hear Starke. I After spending some time with weighing

dear BHS graduates will become on the ladies lounge. Hear he that their guests the bride and groom CooketLPicnics .. ." .. ,. 53c
come to from
lowly rats again as they head of chose a watermelon!! pink trim- da. Think us I'll set South Flori left!' for a short wedding trip tc .: :' ; -. _
a little back. '" '
In all directions to begin their med In white. that should certainly south Florida.On : ---
yard plantation All Meat -
college careers It seems that wow the lady Lions, If It myself. Mothers their return they will reside :
the University of Florida will get do en't blind them. Incidentally, with now Infants when haven't a leg to standon in Starke where! Mr. Griffis Skinless Franks lb. :53c / Garden
the big play this fall with most the club I 18 planning a grand opening excuses for not they attending try to make PTA Is employed by Denmark Furniture - :
Callstreeters evidently desiringto for Its new home in the

stay as close to home as possible near future. meetings.Is That alert organization Company. Standard In Sealed Dated Cans Fan Vegetable. ,.'''.'., .
now providing the ser .
while ". .
absorbing that higher
learning. Among; the current Spotted an' Jotted Junlus vices <.< f a nursery In the BHS library St. Mark's Auxiliary Fresh Oysters 89c GOlden'Seled KlpeBananasjb.
crop of freshmen enrolling at Smith driving one of the new and Monday night saw Has Supper MeetingAround pt. - -
Gainesville will be Manes Dodd, English Fords that seem to be Audrey Newman (librarian) add- .1
Marian McRae, Harry Green, JoAnn becoming more and more popular ing the duties of baby sitter de 20 members of St. In Sealed Dated Cans -
GOTHAM Dinkins Marvin Harry Tucker back In cIrculation luxe to her many other chores. Mark's
Ganrerr, Auxiliary enjoyed a covered -
Richard Crosby, Glenn Conner after a few days In Sounds like an excellent idea, so dish supper at the home of Fresh Oysters pt. - 99c CELERY, stalk .
North Florida bring the children
Clinic. Dorothy along to the Mrs. 1
and that pair of Jacks who were! O. Beasley Monday even
Alvarea just beginning to get next evening meeting. Corn fresH yel. car .
awarded football scholarships and ing. It was the flrst meeting of ,
from whom, we are all around again after spraining: her the ,fall season. Frozen Pan Ready
expecting So long. See In the Seedless
ankle you Thompson
bIg Eaves and Wain- and stretching a few ligaments The brief business session
things- next. was
ADJUSTABIES wright. Fowler some(Mrs.time Richard ago.: ) .assuming. Nookle -Carolyn presided Gahagan over president.by Mrs. Mattie Whi t ng, Ib. - - 15c GRAPESIb.Quick .

lX>Ioro" McKnlght (Southern) her new duties as office secretary Scratch! -;; -aMMkrted' sizes
The October 1
meeting will be Frozen. Gr. A. D&D 12-16 lb. Tomatoes ctn.--l
and Charles Stetson will for Dr. Hayes. Donna
Cooley ( )
Me Long Stockings Pangbornshopping 150 lb. Bradford County Tele held at the home of Mrs. Edward ,
jet a little farther away from I for a foot locker on the graph. Burns. Hen
7hat' Fit Every home, while all honors for long eve of her departure for South I Turkeys - 59c Elberta Peaches,.lb.f.9 .

Leg distance education go to Sharon ern Sem. (Beuna Vista, Va.) ,
Sapp who Is matriculating at June Caldwell and Joan Carpenter Yel. ONIONS '

r--;; ;; o' small/ WlllametU University In Salem, making last minute preparations LOW COSTTransportationl Jane Parker
}'Gotham Gold Strip Oregon. Afraid there'll be no before leaving to assume new Long Island WhitePotatoes

,I weekend visits home for her! secretarial duties In Detroit. Large Angel
'I''Adu .
| table will be 101-2
|lust> Marcia Keleher will attend the : Food Cake I
right for you I University of Colorado at Boulder. Add Interesting Newcomers: TheC. "_' ,
Seems she accompaniedher J. Clnrks (formerly of Norfolk. ___''C Honeydews .
1.39 to 1.49 folks on a trip out there this Va.) who recently purchased the 49c ea.j

fall. The Kelehers are Navy Fay Olll house at Kingsley Lake _ Lotion Mild Soap
and plan to make their home here
folks In Starke
currentlyliving ,
PKG.-ofl2 15cHonw JERGENSToUet .
and were formerly from out Colorado Their son Michael Is a Ninth Jane Parker -

Store way. ., Grader at BHS and Mr. Clark Is is what our customers get from us, and 0'' _ _ I Golden Pound '
a civil service employe at the Soap
Hear the new Lions home received Green Cove Navy Base. When wr_ .icy come back. Not only dependable Style I Cake Palmolive bar 2!for
Bread reg
I'Ib.. 18c
--- Its "baptism of fire" Wed asked how they happened to pick Standard Oil and Atlas products-but service .
nesday night of last week when the this particular spot for their new Cashmere
members held their first regular home Mrs. Clark said: "Well we to windshield tires, radiator and battery Marvel 27c .

meeting there and enjoyed chicken were looking for a warmer climate co that they are assured of trouble-free, low- Sandwich Loaf 13c _ Bouquet bath bar
DA-sB&C pilau a la L. M. Galnes and and heard that Starke wasa
FL-: Buddy Bishop. I Charley Johns friendly little town, so here we cost transportation until they again need Jane Parker Jane Parker Toilet SoupOCTAGON

STARKE Is reported to have done an excellent are" She added that they had products or service. Come by to see us Party Rye 17c 'SugaredDonuts 2 for
job of dish washing followIng not been!! disappointed In either the '
Fri.. Sat., Srpt. 15, 16 the repast. The real pride climate or the friendliness of the we'll take better care of your car. Jane Parker Laundry Soap

DOUBLE FEATURE community. That's a good rep Sour Rye . 18c 19c doz.OCTAGON .
utatlon to have, Callstreeters. .

Square Dance KatyVera Let's keep it up. .. _________________ Soap Powder
Vague; Full BritoI Floor Sanding Dexo. 3 lb. Tin 79c .
Hear that Flo Slade Injected a [ Jane Parker OCTAGON -

-AND- novel note Into the social whirlWellnot.ctay tj\..... -"" lona Flour 23 lb. 1.49 I Jelly Roll
when she invited her Octagon
Gun Law JusticeJimmy & FinishingWaxing bridge club to partake of luncheon White House CLEANSER '

while viewing the fashion show In Milk, 2 Tall . 23c 33c
Wakely & Polishing the Rainbow", Room of the G. W. Soap Powder
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hotel in Jacksonville. .
Two Color Cartoons News" All New Equipment enjoyable event, and .everybody Quite an lona Peaches No. 2'/i 25c SUPER SUDS .
Jane Parker
... was happy over the Ann
situation 24
with Page
Bun. )(on., Tue, Sept. 17-19 01. It', Fabulous
the possible exception of the husbands Pork & Beans! . 13c Apple I Pieloan .
Curtain' Call At of those present who area NO RINSE FAB

little afraid their wives might Tomatoes No.2. 13c 49c
1 1a
have gotten too many ideatboutthat Toilet Soap
Cactus approaching fall wardrobe Swifts Jewel __ ___ __ __ ___ LUX.regbar' 2 (for_.
In Technicolor with Donald Hear that Red Marks (!S\. Oil qt. . :-- 63c51c: Facial SoapWoodburys
Augustine), now occupying the Floating Soap
O'Connor Gale Storm Walter Swifts
Owen Griffin cottage on Kings- .
rnUtAft Icy, ,awoke' hli, neighbors bright Prem SWAN large barj
CanSh.rt, News and early Thursday morning R ego Bar 8c
Swift No Scum
Chopped Soap

Wed* Tlmrs.. Sept. 20 21 quarter proudly pound exhibiting bass.a .nine. All and of a Ham . 61c _Bath_ Bar_ 12c_ SURFLibby's .

DOUBLE FEATOIE which proves that there ARE .
big fish in Kingsley if you Just .
Canned Meats
know if and when and where and '
One Million B. C. 'how. Potted Meat 15C
MatureCarol Landl I Joe SUtrunk thinks he has hit

Vie ANDCounterDunch- on a new industry for Bradford f7:4: :1.i_ ,I... II. (Red) Alvarez Service Station Beef Stew . 39C

County-pineapple growing. At Temple Avet .& Call St.,. Starke Vienna
least!' Joe has a fine specimen on Sausage 20c
display In SUtrunVe store which I.. F. Dinkins* Service Station

Calvin JohnsPh.41 grew on a top he cut off and Temple Avc. A Pratt St.. Stark Corned Beef 43C
Joe Klrkwood, Ely* Knox rooted a couple of years ago. Harry II. Houston's Service Station k Fla
pin Lateat New* Starke It looked (and smelled) Just as Ph. 83 81>>11. Corned Beef Hah 35C 300 E. Call Sf., S tar e,

good as those luscious specimens 1

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rlmlt Cewrr Braa'cr Ce..tr.I In OrriH <'..rt. Bradford C..t.
Mr. :Mrs.! Wilbur Bell o< '
Rev. I... D. Haines, N O Maxwell Miss Evelyn Stump left Wednesday Beauty Contestant and Florida In C "ee>r.ry.Alll KUrtdat !. ('bs.eerY.DorotN7 Plaintiff
Starke. a son, Leroy, on September l>ever, flnintlfr va. MaehrllI Ali.m..n and E. C. Mann Jr. attended to spend several day visiting l >*vr, Defendant. (Caaa No. t073. va. Alfred J.. Unicorn, tefendant.Case
Selected By Legion 10. No. 8079
State brother-in-law and sister Mr. Order or Pvkllmtloil And Nntlr TVAe
a Baptist School her .
assembly Recent births In the North Florida >..... HTATH OK KLOIIHI TOiMftettell Order 0. Pafcllratlmi ANd landau 1' ,
meeting In Jacksonville and Mrs. W. H. Thomson and .. I>ever, whose r..Hti1etire Appear. HTVrifl OrRl.Ollin* Tel
Clinic were: Alfred .T. Haluom whose residence
ant address l I. 1908 Pine Street, "
Tuesday. family, in Montlcello. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K Peavey Annfeton. Alabama and address ill. Unknown:
Ton are required to appear on
You are required appear onOetober
of Green Cove Springs ,a daughterGail October Itth, 1050, In the above
A In the above
18th litltu.
IN THE NEHVSa6J Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy had 011 and wood heater, all-alze'', Elaine, on September 6.II named Court and cause, wmrelnplaintiff named. Court anil reuse, wherein

as their guests last Sunday Mrs. at Hart Furniture Co. .y seeks divorce. Hradfordlotinty this atlon plaintiff of amaidenl nsms.anBradfrrdCounty .
Telearraph; shall publish
Srflssrflnrp Hardy's mother Mrs. O. E. Mc. '" ("I..-... (....... Bradford ('o..t,.. Order In next four weekly liisuea.Wlineaa Telera-aph,' shall publish thl*
Mrs. R. B. Trask and Mr. and e'larldatn ('''...,..,... mY hand And official seal Order In next four, weekly Inaueii.WlinwMa .
O. Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Jr. Gauley. Mr .and Mrs. \Vlllene Mc. L.ut.rdeen Taylur herring Plaintiff I I lit Rtarke, Florida' thin September"' mv hand and offlolal neat
Mrs N I Iod Gauley and Mrs. Carl Motes and Mrs. Jack Cleghorne of Lakeland va. John A. Herring, lefendant.: l.llh: 1950.OFFICTAL. nt Ktarke. Florida thin September
and family of Gainesville had as their guest Cane No. MOll I A. 11th I 1060.
Tenly Perkins
d lira[ Ed son, Carl. Jr., all of Palatkn. Dr. were guests of Mrs. W. H. Order. of l>..hI.....l..H and No.le' To ( Awl Jerk fit laid co urtfly (OI"JI'll'I\L BRAD A. J Thomas
Bonnie Thomas cot 1 1"n last weekend little Mike Andersonof R. A. Furnace and daughter of and Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. 1 Appear. "'I""'I'H "..' fl.ollllt '..n / haven ('rn.bO..p.y/ ClerkT AH (Clerk ->f ald; courr ".
we two Starke. last week John A. lletrlnir, wlioNti rwetdemoeand ,, Frank, TtAndrum., "Htarku" FloridaAllxfor I By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk '
King-ley Lake for Uniontnwn, Ohio and Roy Green Searing address I.: P. O. Hox 1144 J'il- Pit. 8115 l 4t 100| T Frank I."ndrIi'ark./ Florida.Attyafor ''I'
season. and children of Brooker lot Houth Carolina: Plf. 9115 4t 10'6'
th<') summer week You are rvqiilrvd. to appear on
during Mrs. Mae Edwards and Miss Karl Stelnhagen this announced October loth 19RO In the above F

that time the Maxwellstheir Elaine Edwards who spent Itmt Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy spent that he la now an plaintiff named Court larks and divorce"a..and... wherein restoration ASK TNE MAN WHO KNOWS **,VYOUR: WATCHMAKER!

guest their daughter, Saturday [ Mrs. authorized dealer for new or re- Bradford
month in the Plotts cottage on visiting Hardy'* / of maiden name.
of Winstonn built Electrolux vacuum cleanersHe County Telegraph" ...h..1p"bll..1\ \
Steldly parents Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bar-
this ,Order In next four weeklyiMKtiea.
phylis KIngsley Lake were guests Sun
also handles parts accessoriesand
ry In Brooked .
N day of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edwards repairs[ at his home, 326 W. .' Wltneaa niv hand and official seal you ADS z( '
of Daytona Beach. : .K at stmko, Florid, thu Heniembvrllth a
Ranted Call. .
.omlnow available at IfftOlUVPIC'IArt
here F
Mann arrived .,../ /tl ', RI' .U.' A. J. Thomas,
I Rebecca Tifton Ga., and will Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle had Ruby Jnhn Nursery, S. end .. ,- rJ Aa Clerk of Maid Court.
IV from ('hUff'h"t.'" Mrs. Nelma Keen had as her :: .. ny Haven Croniiy, Deputy Clerk EGUTARTaa
'with her brother and sisterMr' as their guests Sunday their son, guests last weekend her son-in- .. :J ,;. '.. T. Frank T.andruin, Ktarke Florida'

E. C. Mann W. G. Halle, Jr., and Billy Morris law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Q. ( t' "'. '\ Attyc for Plf. 9115| 4t KM,
Mrs. L. O.
and her
present; school term.n""Hpa'r of Miami. IV Circuit Court llrad'nrd County, ..
ring the law and daughter, Mr. and :Mrs L. Bird, of Green Cove Springs. Miss Clara Thomas daughter of florid. In Ckaneerr.Mildred .. of 1 w' ,

Don Patray, spent Friday In Jack Mr and Mrs. B. T. Thomas Of Harris' rlulntlff. va n"..
( | *andy tot Mrs. W. A Starling of Jackson- Mrs. B. E. McRae and daughter,, sell C. Ilarrla' Defendant.
sonville. Jones-
Stark selected the
was by Came No. 8073
,mgr' << parkin. palnUnir-1010c ville is spending this week here Marian, and Miss Idell Landrum Langford-White Post No. Qd,, Order of Publication. and >,>.loe 1'Appear. .. 'n' My peraonal Integrity and profession, harked by 40 year 4j

Bradford County Tele with her daughter, Mrs. Maxle. return today (Friday) after the N'rVI'H' OK KI.OIIIIITui d A of In Fine Watch In your GuaranteeS
I Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen had American Legion to represent Russell U. Harris, whose rvxldnnreand experience Repairing
Carter. as their guest Tuesday Mr. Ha- i spending some time with Mrs. local Post In the beauty contest ..d"..... la: It. K. 11., 8token, I of Satisfaction. Authorized Distributor for Hamilton, ,I

zen's brother W. M. Hazen of .I McRae's sister Mrs. I. D. Well! h<>M as one of the events of Home- North You. Carolina are required! to appear on 1 I 1 Klgln, and Ilulova Watches. I

Gainesville.Miss and family of Atlanta Ga. coming Day at Hawthorne last October l6'h. 1950 In the above I
named Court and cause, wherein Ed mr
IHEAITRESTARKE night. Miss Valarla Denmark also flalntlff seeks divorce Bradford i i Simpson *
Nice selection rooted aiclea 'if 1 hits)
Telorioiph n nil psi
Polly Mann, who has spent of this city was selected tc thin Order In next tour weekly Seaboard Airline Railway AVatcfc laepertarGEM
? the summer here' with her' brother plant ready now. Ruby Johns. represent the Legion AuxiliaryUnit leaiiea.
Nursery S. end Church St. Witness mv hand and official. aeal III JEWELRY
and sister-in-law[ Mr. and Mrs. E. : In the same contest. at
To Htarke. Florida, thle "Keptemher18th '
Dedicated _
Community Service C. Mann Jr.. will leave Sunday tc The Hawthorne Homecoming, ar 1910.tOFk'1CIAL
"Movies Are Better Than Ever" Friends will be Interested.. to : SEAL) A. J. Thomai
enter her senior year at ValdostaGa. annual affair had as Its climax A. Clerk of said Court.
know that Q. B. Sullivan reportsfor Py Haven b
( .) State College.Double Crosby Deputy Clerk
address Richard
Sept. 16 ONLY Tues. & Wed., Sept 19 & 20 duty In the army on September yesterday an by T. Frank indrutu, Mtarke: Florid'
W Ervin Florida[ Attorney General Attyafor I'lf. 8111| 4t jolt|
FEATURE 29, In South Carolina.
DOITJLE yellow hlhlncun rootedIn
Congressman Charles Ben .,
rana. Ruby John. Xuraery, S. I nett and Commander DonaldK.
/ 1111
9.Br [ end Church St. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks had
Carrol with other
( as their guests Sunday Mrs. together

BURNETTE Jean PETERS Mrs. W C. Middleton has returned Sparks' brother and slsterln.Jaw.Sparks' political and In the Legion festivities notables which participated SAVE MONEY SHOPPING AT DENMARK'SMake

brothers and sister-in-law,
to her home here after Included a baseball game In the
r Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson and
r spending several days In River afternoon speeches, a big barbecue -
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wilson all of
side Hospital. Jacksonville, where and dance following the
f she went for treatment of leg Injuries Green Cove Springs. beauty contest. Your Parlor Beautiful "
,.' I
sustained In a fall recently
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKlnney 2-PIECE

9 and'Mrs attended the funeral services of Acme Vacuum Store I 1
Mr. V. V. Hazen spent
"..4Bpg Mr. McKlnney's[ brother, Charles _
Has GrowthIn
Sunday visiting: Mrs. Hazen'rparents Record
) ( KEENAN WYNN McKlnney of Ocala Vast Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowell
of La Croase.
1u deeFREDKOHLMARPlus Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering

and son, Mike are visiting In Herbert Kern, president of Acme
Late News & "(low Come" Mrs. H. E. King and Mrs. Wm Faulk Ark- Vacuum Stores now locatedIn

181 Pete Smith Specialty Oliver, both of St. Petersburg and Jacksonville, Daytona Beach
i N Maj. J. L. MundortT, a student at
Orlando and Pensacola states
12 ft. Annntrnng linoleum &
Georgia Tech, were called to Regular $159.50 Values a
I .. that after being established only
Congoleum. I-loraJ & tile pattern t
Thurs. & Fri. 21 & 22
Starke this week because of the Hart Furniture Co. six[ years ago the company has be-

.OONU6HTI R..rlouRI1n"sll\ of their mother come the South's largest sewing M4a>utlful Tapeat.ry-Ihara| u t

Mrs. John Mundorff, who Is now machine and rebuilt vacuum cleaner HAI.K 12950. I'llK'H: Herttt Springs- HartlivooilFnunm
. at the home of her son and Baptist WMS Circles retailers. 1 -Ijirgn Selection of

dl\u terln-Ia.w. Mr. and Mrs. R. ('otters.
la due
Met- This WeekThe "Our astonishing growth
& In.. Sept. 17 & IS p ;
E. Mundorff. primarily to the need existing In

VA mt'GENE 1 1I circles'! of the Baptist the Gulf states for fine sewing

II,I I cnRLAND KELLY Nr Jesse Newsome was In Atlanta Women's Missionary Society held I machines and rebuilt vacuum Make Your Living Room Ileautlful With|

Ga., last weekend and was accompanied their regular program and social cleaners at rosonable prices" CEDAR CHESTS This Lovely Slightly Used

;L SUMMER { home by his mother meetings on Monday and Mr. Kern said. "Throughout ,our

{ Mrs. Evelyn Newsome, who had of this week. Tuesday I territory[ we have earned a reputation -I JIIUUTIFUr.-RAV.fo: ; EXCELLENTINVESTMENT

r'' STOCK LAut'H i iI been staying with her daughter The BUlineslVornan'* Circle I for'. Integrity In sales and : Think of the.clothinjr you 2-pc. Living Room Suit
Lois Newsome
Miss for some In the handling of customer ser
y' PSOM WARNICIRO3. met Monday at 8 o'clock In the
tlmo Friends will\ be Interested tr will save!
) vice calls.
Ih t I know [ church auditorium with a good at I also credited You UouM.. y,. Regular $18930 Values
I,,, DENNISMORGAN BEISYDRAKE( that Miss Newsome a registered tendance. Mrs R. B. Alvarez The Acme president I

nurse, has been sent by the circle[ chairman, presided over thebusiness '! ( liberal newspaper advertising port Tor.1
-'FA ft WIN* 'a"'BREAIGNEWINOUSi Red Cross to Dallas. Texas where I as having much to do with the Much, 1\101's.a SALE
; snsslon. New
business {
E mCKE 6lORiA DEHAVEHBE 6i.rEuN'N.S .-.-..- :: she will\ remain until Christmas tc Included changing the meetingdate t company's rapid growth. Space 11'950"

MAIN PHIL SILVERS assist[ In the care of polio victims '' to the second Monday eveningIn Is Acme used also regularly.has stores in. Lake PRICE

Latent News &; "tehootlng Plus "Catnip"Ilojal Capers"Shoot" Cartoon &: the month due to a conflict with
15 varieties lithium. rooted In Charles, Houston Beaumont Mobile
n Rapid" Short Duck Short the P T. A. meeting date.
i. eons.. Ruby Jnhnn Nursery R, end New Orleans and 'Gulfport, Excellent Shape-Excellent Value!
Mrs. Fred Pellum the in- 50
Church 'St." : gave and serves Baton Rouge, Biloxi 3 2
votlonal and Miss Dorothy Ross! and Galveston. The company has f ,

Mrs. C. D. Cumbie of Graymont was the leader for the program.the representatives In Sweden Eng

Every Branch ofINSURANCE Ga., was the weekend guest of her topic being, "Can You Read" land Japan and Italy, In additionto Use Our Budget Plan!

son and daughter-in-law, Mr and The lesson dealt with the appalling most of America's lament cities

amount of Illiteracy In some where sewing machines are
Mrs. C. D. Cumble Jr.Bond .
countries and the eagerness of the produced.TO .

---- - paper. nice for taping or people to learn to read and ,write. Denmark Furniture Co.

writing white and color, typewriter Following the program the circle[ TIIK' VOTERS OF TilE ('ITT

I C. WALL. AGENCYPLEASE 4 .....tll. size Telegraph.R. DOc) per. ream uhlle If In met the with Education the Doris Building Knight for Circle the OF STAHKE the confidence I .1'IIONE: 151 FREE DELIVERY STARKE FLA.

installation of officers for the new I appreciate ..
Mrs. S, E. installed have shown In me by reelectingme ;
PHONE 146 year. Sparks I I
B. Alvarez spent several I to the City Council. I will I
the officers and the Rev. L. D.

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIIED..:... days this week In Plant City.! Haines offered the Installation strive to continue sound, efficient .

;r Mrs. Laura Tison recently visited prayer. New officers for the 1 I government.

her sister Mrs. Minnie[ Kite, Business[ Woman's Circle are I I welcome your advice on any

In Tampa. chairman Mrs. Kate Sheppard; J matter at any time.

/first co-chairman, Mrs. Willie Mao | Yours very truly.

Mr. and Mrs. Garl G. Mathew I Denton; second co-chairman Mrs. ''CAdv.( ) H. A: (Buddy) Bishop Jr.

I had as weekend guests their son Martha Futch; thhM co-chairman,, i t'
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and daughter-in-law Mrs. Ruby Johns; recording secretary
'ALE: 194e Cuehman motoi MOVING A HAULING of any kind.
"r In *OC
,. Bradford County Tele' tn Co., Ph:' lSS or 4S-W It of Jacksonville Beach. secretary Mrs. Arlin vote accorded me In the City

h SINGER KEWINO MACHINE ( O., Knight ;treasurer Miss Florled I I Election this week. I will continue
1 Mlpe.!' Jt BRRVICEI -alei:' 402 N. Marlon St, Lake City Fla. J2 ft. ArmRtrong linoleum ACongnleiim. Kllllngsworth; and advisor Mrs citizens of Starke just :1
to the
C..tln.I., Clrrtrla, wrvlr Serrlrev. PhoB* 1"tl m f for Machlnea.NEW and USED Reasonable Sinner monthly SewInr --.:, Floral & tile pattern. Clara Mae Knight. I I Las serve I have In the past which Is tc ( BIG IN ALL BUT COST )

line' Seml-Annual terms and and uneclal Annual Quarterly term(( Hart Furniture Co. I Mrs. S. E. Spark. gave a resume the very best of my ability.

II.b.! _REPAIRI!: for farmern. Come In to see u. of her trip to Rldgecrest this sum Sincerely.

611. .-......All- .".-.....t... .I.' or demohatratlona phone 8KO, or In write your us nr fre.1 Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and I (Adv.) Lucian O. Hazen IverylhMu but the price ,..,'lOya lards yg .s/II

4"t.. t.. II.IF.PIlIoRI son, Terry, left Monday to visit mer.Hostesses for the evening were I Mr. MCI You gel tlO-car. power and quiet e L It. e

Ns/lea.. II....... ,Pa. 331RADIOS. i) Mrs. Z. R. Jones In Don&ldsvllle Mrs. Gladys Harrington Mrs. C LEWIS TIIAXKK'OT".n from ,..d'' 100 ,hanepewer V-l sad VItaraepower elj L.2 r

FOR FEES TELEV1MO.V IN TOUH Ga., and Mrs. W. T. Moncrief In I "Si." plut. the (.IO- HOME PHONE ZJ9'! Chae. C. L. Wise and Mrs. Perry NewsomeThe
41191. IN USED Radtoa. Seat Cover Marianna. I wish to express my sincere appreciation of Sofo-Wlde Nab and s 4-foot I
n.lI.p..II..OGR"P.... .. Rhepherd PT.r :f luggage locker and the lIG-tefwNye531t.odmacNnaKlneSlulrak.a '
tTHLE': ............1 T V. Ida Darby circle met at to the people of Starkefor ""' .,,, 1j
.ARLES e C. SHEPHERD FOR BALE house on big lot. n.aronable Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Brown of 3:30: o'clock In the home of MrsF the fine vote given me in

Madl.nn at.' .. Starke If enid by Sept 409 15. WriteP. Warner Robbins. Ga.. arrived Saturday F: Flume with nine member, Tuesday's: election. I promise you 7 tAr
apply .c"J5r.fit
IOS O. Box IIS or ;
Colton WANTED: So pound for' Starke.ROSESgueranteed. 311'-9115 to visit their son-in-law and and one visitor present. that a. your Councilman I will
rano, ,.
1 e." Bradford County P; n Tale- to live and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mrs. H. L. Brownie. presided continue to do everything .within
bloom. AAFt.S Wlrnera. from the Miles, for several weeks. during the business session In the I my power to keep expenses downso ,{
.onth'K largest grow ere of patenteil tell- I absence of Mrs. Roy Ward circle that our taxes will not be burdensome
I01r RAtI: The Bradford r. .... Write now
I Tel'.raph will pay 10' color, free catalog TY-TF.X TYLER. Oil and wood heater, all alzen, leader. and I will\ do everythingelse

'nil for or.I.n buttons.old cotton rasa NfR.TEXASSBWINO" "' ERlE8.. POX 633 4t 9-29 at (tart Furniture Co. The devotional was led by Mrs I can toward the continued

L. A. Canova who also had charge betterment of our town. I feel

tNT Spt 1!: dealrable 2. ble lit MACHINES conxnle ''elertrln! New models' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton and of the program. Program topic deeply honored by your confidence

..kith.... mealy turn ."'. Elect complete with "'.. downy airs J. I... Anderson returned recently was "State Missions" In me as expressed at the

'."irk NORr kllds Farmwn- Mre.(1%Carl ml. year*.runrantee Free. home. "2.50 d.'monatraterm -- after spending several day The meeting was closed with polls and Intend to do everything I t uI I

.'rk on[ Be .ent Rd, take tion- anywhere. Dial visiting relatives) In Horton't prayer by Mrs. W. L. Andrews. possible to merit your trust.
at Call /St. writ.. I
tt Central
brldg-e.) vice, or 1183 E. Vnlverelty 7wln1'"r, Bend Ga. While there they at- During the social hour delicious Sincerely

;tttI5 arm!::.... fr* farm ii I mlnutea 'V'lIIe. "" tended the Horton family reunion. Ice cream and cake were served by (Adv.) James A. Lewis (
intereatedItp IIlark" lit / the hostess.
P Pulit'm OR TRADE:
tan hound, female rtn". Vl'I. .old Mrs. W. D. Faxon left last week The first meeting of the new ROBERTS TII'XKOTF.U:04: i P

l'IT 10 acre farm 6-em. lad will run anything- 1 yr end for Sumter S. C., where she society year will be held at the St
'. lout- Kin: p I wish to thank the voters ofStarke
't dlt1/N'tr, ) :
ml.' aa.t ot will visit hf daughter Mrs. M. C home of Mr. F. F. Flume who Is
"h- for the nice vote given me
eery", 'IRtn 174.w..y. ull 1t far! FOR F.EJCTToom wUh : bath garage house., etc.""""a'la' Jf- Ford Jr., for several weeks. the new circle leader. In Tuesday' election. Now that I

!)lT': :: election In over, let us all cooperate
O'drl.v. The Lorena Epperson circle met the
'Powder Bon, 3bower Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles had I w.". .'....Ir fI,.. .sd w4u1Sb.
., bath, garage, :J. Ii LARGE COTTAGE FOR RENT:- by their guests last weekend Mr with Mrs. A. A. Durden In her with our Council for the ,.Seder. estteaN, .,...._
SnntaFe as
week or month on Lake home with 10 members and two betterment of our City and Its
'\I.E Keyion He.lorh'. 2311 and Mrs. P N. Thomas of Chat- e !
.. Enggah s..tt.r. Phone COME IN D aA
; pup. write Po" t*. Melroae_ visitors present.Mrs. government. I AND
r; p"to"onablyt Paterson; m..nth.Camp I or 1'ery ahoochee. S. E. IIpa.rk.eave the Sincerely. "' ... .d ,.... llC-cor comfort and. quiet
FOR PALE: N"rrr..r..rrllr.ra'n" Roberts -y., yell law eH the way. Van 10'. a*
Art J. P.
Its May be weni returned tc devotional reading from Luke 10 Adv) .. .. ..
rood condition. at lieMadlnon Miss Janet Anderson flnt to*. You *. on .p. Md with
"ry 41.1!:h".ln..s' 1I."lc. ltatl..n i 8.. .. 10"/t am.(tlp..I.to ,S.'.p.m. t." Jacksonville last week after spending and using the topic of "Missions." feature like ror
''rl D"In. rood volume and 99gallon two weeks vacation here Fallowing this was a prayer by Body Mretchkie the c..''. He, find brings' tw.1 a pw

;'etli el "na"I... Kln. Call.d back In. FOR BALK tan:!:.o.AI.o. b 20 Rt T... farm with a her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JU Mrs. W. :1, Epperson. Sr. yaw wore hi retale value. toolANDREWS. saw
..ley Lave Oro- north
let ..n. mile/ Mrs. L. B. Daniel and Mrs. Jesse
21,. '121 on highway Ito Anderson.Mrs. r
ot Btarlre. E. A. Newsome presented a very. Inter l
....ee.eumher.d lady will
, r."tineoo. evare fop lick.n FOR "LEEI.droluS: new. Also or rebuilt ..11part. Laura Tison had as week esting program.
Wnrll. cleaner' During the business session, pre
Can, .w
>!:'61. .f.o.J'.k highway. .. .......01'1... ..pair.. end guttto her daughters. sided over by Mrs. B. T. Thomas .
itp ,hor''.." ....Ier. 1\.lnha..n. U'W. Mary Pickett of Cataesrffle!

;NN"Red': '" In"'e Tax !'erKlnchen.. Call SLROUE Mrs J. D. Smith of Jessup. Oa., transacted.circle leader* routine business was Mr. and Mrs. Ersley Norman ofHighland MOTOR
If,.. Hall and CO.
C. P. and Mrs. Henry
n.. FOR SALE Stucco ,frame and Mr. a daughter Sandra
h"y < ".Ior"'or' mi. or old- I Heights. Mr.' The meetng was closed with a
2 '
,, 4 J'rs. of Keystone
rol ,r.. 4( tee" eonelrucll"n. ohow.' children Ruth August 28.
Mrs. W. R. ]forll8.DurinII' .
toll.t. '" Carol prayer by
keroofarn.ah.4 on.. with baItarcaln.a 1 a0-. gasswater hea l.l 'r. were Smith accompanied and daughter.back Judy to Jessup the social hour delicious Mr*. H. O. Wainwright and the Madison & Adams Streets ,STARKE, FLA. Telephone] 118
tn4. J.1. for refreshments were served by the I late Mr. Wainwright a sort Herbert -
"olrlou..t" '
rroundPlot E..t. Aencl. who Is now station- .
I Smith
., r ..t'n. E. t., l .red See Jillrout Real 4t '. by Sgt. hostess to her guests. | George on September 1.
its : : .2'I I at Camp Stewart.


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SEP151950 J


F.8 I
-' of cates shall be redeemed accordlnto ."lOrdep --
held It. regular business meetingof Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raulerson In tist church Sunday night. committee: Mrs. Floy Sullivan holiday last week on account law the property described 1 In Witnes In n..t tOUt ..
the month at thu church on Oxford Mr. and Mrs. Leon Parrlsh and Mrs. Ola Perkins and Mrs. Mary the hurricane that did not school come! such b. sold certificate to the highest or certificates bidder at will the at 1850.Itark., m.Florida.hand and..kl CIII' ',

Tuesday of this week. Hal Edwards of Orange Park Mrs. Lizzie Green of Dukes were Dyal ai buying committee.The Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, Court House door on the first Mon (OFFICIAL thl: *"*"
!! Mr. and Mrs. E. W. PTA will meet the first principal], was In Gainesville on day In the month of October 1950. MAl)
At this meeting the following visiting .
L. II. Futch was business visitor In Lawtey which Is the Snd day at October \
officers were elected to serve for a Hodges and other relatives here Tuesday of each month. It Is school business Friday. 1950. Carlo. By 1iYr ::r.. Of &

the coming year; president, Mrs last Saturday. recently.Mr. hoped more parents will attend Misses Norma Sweeney and Dated. this JOth Day of Aucu.tlUll. Iy AV.r.aaln.ovllle Harp.r 104 ;t."

W. S. O. S. Meets J, M. Browning; vice pres., Mr. Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr.. was the and Mrs. Cecil Davis ot these meetings which are Important Martha Home /were guests of the (oFFICIAL SEAL) A. .. Thoma Attn. ,or I'lt plorik
dinner guest of her daughterMrs. of the These Clerk. of Circuit Court of Bradford II.
The Woman's Society of Christian to the welfare school at lunch Monday. Ia CIp5i9
J. B. Wall. Sr.; and secretary. :Miss last Jacksonville spent part of last County Florida. 6l-4t-9a| | ; ""
Service of the Methodist Elizabeth Terry.M. Jack Reynolds] In Starke week here with their parents, Mr. children. two former pupils will be ]leavingfor Julius Florid.1 N.i. ih5flP.r;:dr.ot '

church held its regular] business Tuesday. ,and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and Mr. college within the next few Not Ire Of Application Pop Tax: nm Grace W. Warren 1'11111
of month in the V. F. MeetingMembers Mrs. O. W. Roberts spent several I!1 City Election Notice Is hereby.givan That K. M Dor.n4".
meeting the and Mrs. Lem Davis.Mr electedon days. Pack ham the holder of the following Or".. 0' eel,
church on Tuesday. Mrs. O. W. of the Lawtey MYF days in Deland ]last week with I The town officials were The seventh and eighth grade certificates has filed said certl App. P..biI..5,5. ,
.. Howard Douglas and little Tuesday Sept. 12th for the c tes for a tax deed to be Issue DrCce "
Roberto president, presided journeyed to Starke Monday even- her father J H Tatum. son Eddie spent part of last week These include] : O. P. are planting a school garden. Their thereon.. The certificate Number addr .KSrv? .?tj
At this time the following: group Ing of this week to attend the Mr. and Mm. Hubert E. Priest coming: year first enterprise will be growing and Years of Issuance, the descrlp ua
with her parents Mr. and Mrs i"u"viVrrBeh:
Wadsworth, mayor. (one year); tlon of the property and the namesIn T.V
chairmen were appointed: meeting of the Garfield Evans and daughter Loraine are vaca J. Strickland in La Crosse. H. councilman (twc radishes, which will be used on which It was assessed are as follows September U. u.sa. t,
Spiritual life, Mrs. A. H. Harley Sub-district. Miss Ada, Edwardsof Honing In the mountains of Ten. W. Griffin the cafeteria tables. : Certificate No. 7S. Year of named Court 1960. In te:
Mrs. Ned Hicks returnei home years); C. C. Tldwell marshal, Issuance June I, A.D. 1948. Des Plaintiff and CCCI.,
the Lawtey group is chairman of this week. They will return The third and fourth grades are seek dl.or. ,
: corresponding secretary, Mrs.Paul nessee from the Alachua crlptlon of Property Lot 6 of nik 51. control ot .. tul,
County Hospl W H. Maxwell. city minor' "
) ,
Dlnklns ; superintendent the organization. About twenty to their home the latter partof (one year ; glad to be' back In school again Livingston: Truhr ft Go's: Addltlo relief Brad'ord ,
tal last Thursday We are glad clerk. treasurer and tax collector, to Starke, Section 29, Township 6 PubliSh COunt,, T.ohal1 .
children's work Mrs. H. C. Kelly young people and adult workers the week.PINE. to report she is much Improved. after their four days vacation. South Range 22 East. Name In. four weekly. Ihlo ''J'de, '
and Mrs. Frank Jones co-chair. including the pastor and his wife one year). Wilton Starlingfis back In the i which' Assessed' : Jim Walls.Certificate Witfle.. mv Issue hand. '
Mrs. Mary L. Green is spending; No. 78. Year of Issuance at Starke. aM ofl,
iran; supt. of mission and Bible from here were In attendance. several days in 'Putnam Hal Friends of Mrs. B. P. Walker Hampton school this year. He it May 21, A.D. 1948. DescrIption "Id.OFF1CIA. Florida,, thl, 4'1

study, Mrs. W. T. Walters, and Reception Next Monday LEVEL with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown will regret to hear that she is now from Graham. of Deed Property Book 57 1 Pars r...t a.148 described.Section U I In! ( A.SEAL) 4.1.

Mrs. Dan Harley co-chairman; 18. due to the Illness of Mr. Brown. 'confined to a hospital in Maryville Jay Alderman helped in killinga Township 8 South, Range 22 Bast ny Myrtle CIO'k or oall
On Monday night September T
cupt. of youth and student work, members of the WMU will entertain By Mrs. H. M. McRae Mr. T. B. Plnholster, Lubedla Tenn. Mrs. Walker spent last rattlesnake last Sunday after Name ren. In which Assessed: John War. Carlo.ty Ave l'J., Harp..r. 104 D."...tr"

Mrs. L. H. Futch; supt. of Christian at the Pinholster] Mrs. Rosa Plnholster .winter at her home In Hampton.Mr. noon. The snake was about five! All of said property being In the .. fOr OHiflesvilie 9f. 1'10.Atty. .
and social relations Mrs. Will with a reception pas- feet long and )had nine rattles. County .of Bradford, State of Ftorl. I.II.
and of
torlum honoring the new pastor J. E. Murrhee of Milliard conducted E. T. Stewart and several others Mrs. Sidney Alberg d... -
Edwards; status of women L. H. and his wife the Rev. and Mrs. J morning services at' Pint from here attended the funeral L New York City have been! guestsof No.l,.. ,' nates Unless shall such be redeemed certificate according-or certlfl MiTL::1, : ?:=,,. ''I.ot ,
Hill; and chairman of publications, of Noah Taylor of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May. On Of Application For Tax Deed 1.01'11 l'rank.I,
D. Robinson. Friends are invitedto Level Baptist Churc h Sunday Worthington Notice It hereby < Mrs. H. C. Wainwright. attend. Sunday school attendance was 246. Springs. held at Providence, Tuesday the group visaed In Cedar Alderman, the holder of the follow certificate. or certificates. will b. Order of n.fendnnt.... ,....X
bidder .II.n".n
sold to the highest at the
The regular officers previously Church Monday afternoon Sept. Key to view the hurricane damaged Inir certificate* ha. filed Raid ceratltlca. A PP.... "'1" '1'.: ..... ..d"
The Rev. H. D. Cox of Palatka] ... for a tax dead to be l..ued Court House door on the first Monday Allan "'LU"I
elected, are: president, Mrs. G. W. Miss Grace Crews of Jacksonville conducted the evening services. llth. Friends here of Mr. Taylor town. thereon. The certificate Number. In the month of October. 1950 address Frllnk"I t. 26, "'b.... ,.....
which Is the 2nd day of October195J.Ltod Central
Roberts; vice president Mrs. A. : spent the weekend here with The regular pastor the Rev.. W. E, regret- to learn of his passing Friends of Misses Marlene and and tion Yearn of the of property Imuance and the the"descrip name. New You York. City. N.w York Par,

H. Harley; secretary: Mrs. Paul her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hall, was 111 Sunday but Is much Miss Iva Mae Lewis is spending Mary Elizabeth Underwood of low In which It wan a*eimed. are .. fol iftfin.OFFICIAL. this JOth Day of Angus October are 18th r.'lr.d 1950, In tho t 10 :

Dinklns; and treasurer, Mn.. H. Crews. improved at this writing.We several days In Jacksonville visiting Gainesville formerly of Hampton ; No. 80: Fractional Year of Issuance part of May Certificate 81, A.D ( : 8JCAL) A. J.Bradford Thomas tld tiff Court....k.and divorce LOuSe. wh''I I"": ,,,

C. Kelly. Mrs. J. J. Lambert of Winter friends and relatives. will be Interested to know that 1947. Diocrlptlon of Property: Lot Clerk of Circuit t Court of Telegraph "hail| || miM'"*'
to that Mrs. i 1, I of Elk County Florida. |l4t22| '
Ira glad report Mr. T. 1, Sunny Acres SubDlvltpn in next four : 'II
W. and Mrs :
WMS MEETS Haven spent the weekend here as Robert Starling is back at home Markey they: recently left for Toccoa Falls,, Section SI, TownshIp 6 South, \Vitn... my weekly .,:::1t
the of Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Mattie Sowell attended the annual Hun.. 23 Kait.!: Name In which As- .. Tke rlrveilt Co.r Of Flortdn Ilt Sterke. hand Ind Orl, ,
The .Woman'. Missionary Society guest again after spending several daysIn meeting at Little Institute, Toccoa Ga., to enter the eased: H. A. Manaaaa. Right Judicial Circuit, .. ... For 5th. 19110. Florida, thl, lit,.
Robinson. ] Springs fall term. Certificate No. an. Year of Itsu- Bradford C.....". At "'w. (OFFICIAL
of First Palatka SEAL
the church hospital.Mr.
Baptist Mrs. Blanche] Terry and Mrs. Church near Worthington. Springs ance May SI, \9tik\ : Description Olobe Finance Co. Inc. corporation *. Clerk) A. I.T
and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Ruby Underwood former of Property Ix>i 18 N lleno vs. ktaiiory C. Tl.om- B3': H.n Crosby hr 1114
.. Inez Rouse of Fort White were I SoD Sec. 21. twp. 6 S, Range 22 B as PlalnUttr nla Thomas, Defend T. Frank "'DO.,
is teachIng ) LIInolrum
Hampton principal, now ;
Gerald] and Mr. and Mrs. E. and Mrs. Name Stsrh
recent vialtors! of Mrs. T. J. Terry son Ovid Gano and in which Assessed: Marie ants. Civil Action Damages Atty. for Plf. ,'
C. Sapp and children of Hellbronn ]little son of Gainesville recently, In Cedar Key. Jonea. Order of Publication ...! Nottoe 6.iAppeir II
Business Leaders and daughter Elizabeth.Mr. Certificate No. 67. Year of Issu STATB. OK FLORIDA
and Mrs. James Phillips and Springs were visiting relatives visited his parents here, Mr. and ''I Mrs. Louise Manlre and son ance May 81, A.D. 1B48. Description Mallory C. Thomas whose residence Fiends I. CIre5Ie. ..Cas.... -.d.... f
Mrs. of Prop.rty, Lot S Blk 18 N Reno la South Bend Indiana and C5aseev.
here Saturday R. F. Gano. They had Charles. have moved to Jacksonville VirginiaThorns.
Hail Value of Mr. and Mrs. Fayte ReM and I Hub-DIv Section 21, Township whose residence Is Lake Nancy Davis Unndlnir. PI.I",
children of Macon Georgia were Mrs. Edna Chance of Jacksonville just returned from a trip sightseeing after spending the summer South Range 22 East. Name In vllle, Indiana. Marlon Douglas Ooodln. Dor?

recent visitors at the home of Mr.' is spending this week /with In the mountains and reported here.Mr. All which of Assessed said property: Jan W.being Hall In the You are hereby notified that a Order. .. P.bllrs!,,. A.C....*'.
EFFECTIVESPEAKING suit has bean Instituted In the
a grand time while and Mrs. Archie Eiland County of Bradford above Appear. sieve: !
State OK
and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. I away. Unless of r:: :tIM; named court and cause by the above farlon Dougl rioii
such s
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Miller of have returned to Homosassa after or named plalnUff against Goodin"
Mallory C. residence II
cates shall
Mrs. T. J. Terry, Mrs. Joyce Mra. Odel Green and children be redeemed according to Thomas and Unknown:
Virginia Thomas
Jacksonville spent Tuesday spendIng several here witS law the as You are required.
I Futch and Miss Elizabeth Terry and V. L. Starling and baby all of night days certificate property or certificates de.crlbed will In such be defendants, money owed the plaintiff September 25, 1950 to IBD.,.
with her mother Mra. Lottie Ed relatives. ii
were business vIsitor. to Gainesville Hellbronn Springs, were visitingMr. .sold to the highest: bidder at the Into.on executed a promissory and delivered note entered named Court mil c.uV. .
to the
wards. Mrs. Ida Court Hou.e door seeks divorce
Maxwell Jacksonville the
on first Mon.
on Saturday of last week and Mrs. Robt. Starling Sun day In the month of October plaintiff at Its place. of business the Ion of mnlilnn namt so. j pi
Mrs. Mildred Cox and Mra. Ado] Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Deese recently spent a few days In which Is the 2nd day of October 1950.1950. let day of December A.D.. 1948, .In County Telegraph! """ pobI:
Palatka, Florida.
day.Mr. and children of Branford spent Hampton visiting friends and her Dated, this 80th Day of August 19SO. Order In nut four wwklr
Pope were visiting their mother, and Mrs. B. M. Thomas and several days here last week with (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, And you and each of you are here Witness my hand unit chin'
Mrs. Paul Dlnklns here earlier In son and daughter-in-law] Mr. andMrs. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford by required to appear In said Court at| tarke., Florida, this' 40'
children of Brooker were visiting her parents Mr. and Mr.*. O. W. W. H..Maxwell. County Florida. 9l-4t-B22| | and cause October 2, 1950 and to 1950.
the week. then serve your answer or other de ( OFFICIAL SEAL A
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday. 1 It
Barry. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns with Not... Of tense on the plaintiffs attorney as AII Dork of nit i
Mr. and Mr. C. E. Strickland Application For Tax Deed
Bryant Moore of Starke was the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy of their two sons, of Jacksonville Notice Is hereby given, That T. J. required by law: otherwise default By Myrtle T. D.av.r. D.Vlili,
of Gainesville Mr.Strlckand' .
were visltlnng Judgement will be entered against ,
Lewis' Alderman the holder of
guest the
MondayMr. Starke were visiting her parents were In town Saturday. followIn each of .

mother, Mrs. T, J. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Thurs Jimmy Gnann of Theressa spent has*; City filed of said Starke certificates. Tax certificates for a tax you.Witness my hand and seal of the .. 5t'n" meet'-"ruilfortc.

Terry last Sunday. daughter Kathy. and Mrs. J. W. day afternoon. the weekend here with deed to be Issued thereon. The cer said Court at Btarke, Florida 24th; lorlitai in I hanrrrr..
Aubrey Ryder who has been relatives tificate Numbers and Years of Is day of August A. D., I960. Ernest Belflore, Plaintiff cc
visited Mrs. McRae'rparents Miss Martha Home spent Tuesday suance the description of the pro- OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, cala Belflore, DttrrtniTin
stationed with the Navy at GreEn Mr. and Mrs. V. B and party and the names In which I kt> As Clerk of said Circuit Court. 5,
Wednesday In Salt was assessed are follows Herbert R. Swofford Palatka Florl Ot Pahllratlni AesN.
Cove Springs has been called tc as : Cer .
Wheeler In Dutton Ala.] last week Springs with Mr. and Mrs. Robert tificate No. '. Year of Issuance da. ppear. STATU OK riOBID
sea duty and Is currently located and other places In Alabama.] HAMPTONBy Barksdale. March 29, 1947. Description of Property Atl)'.. for Plf. 9l4t22| Linda Brala l*'irior., who..(
Miss __
In Charleston S. C., and expects tc Friday and : Lot 1 of Block 27. LIvingston.Truby ence and address Is: Via Ron
Recent visitors of the H. M. Mm. M. i O. SweeneyIIoiiHrnvarnilng Miss Norma Sweeney were supper & Company's suh Division to Is riw.lt ('....t. Bradford ('0..'", No. S Posiallo, Rnguna. In
sail from there. Mrs. Ryder the McRaes were Mr, and Mrs. A. F. Town of Starke Section 28, Township Florida In Ckanverv.eorge You are required to app
former Miss Joyce Bennett will guests in the Theressa I home of 8 South Range 22 East. Name > W. Singleton, Plaintiff, vs eptembrr 23, Ii50! In the
Hall and children and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley. In which Assessed: Homer Wllllnms. Mary Singleton, Defendent named Court and cams, s i
reside here for awhile. Mrs. Henry Hall and daughter, For Iafttor Certificate No.8. Year of Issuance Case No. 1048 plaintiff seeks dl\oroe' Br.
"N Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walters. Jr., A housewarming In the form of Miss Louise Raulerson visited March 29 1947. Description of Order Of Pnfcllratlon And !Notice To County Telegraph iihall |putt,
.! ".: Joan, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Mrs. R. B. Loftin In-Green Cove Property: Lot 8 of Block 42. Llvln r- ...pP...- ,e/rATH OP FLORID TO Ordrr In next four weekip
,'--- .__._ __ ; _J of Jacksonville spent last Friday Florence Haltlwanger] of Jack. an old-fashioned "pounding" party ston-Truhy &: Company's Sub DlvlKlon Mary Singleton whose residenceand Witness my hand and offlcli
DALE CARNEGIE night here with their parent Dr. was given the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Springs, Saturday. to Town of Stark. Section 28, address I.: 4197 Frame Place at: Btarke. Florida 'hii Ann
hthe. ., sonville; and Mrs. Margie Under. Township 6 Mouth, Range 22 East. Flushing' Long: Island. New York: 950.
How *.. Win Friend and ..11...... and Mrs. W. T. Walters Sr. bill of Starke. C. Gray. Jr., by a large num- Clasxronm' Item Name In which Assessed: Julius You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SlUt A '} DAs <
.'...pl.,** <*ll..w to Slop Worrlrlasr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and ber of their friends last Friday ho tier. September 25, 1950 In the above Clerk >! .iljly
UNd Start. Llvlnig'' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick The pupils and teachers ot.All of said property. being l In" the named Court and cause, wherein Myrtle T. D.avot. Deputy
If you aspire to Business Leadership children, Maxine and Tommy spent Mrs. Sue Myrlck and Mrs. B. M night. A beautifully decorated Hampton school had four days of I County. of Bradford $tat. of Florida. plaintiff:; seeks divorce. Bradford T. Fsnnfe. Landrum Stark.f
last weekend in Orlando vlsltjng basket and other containers held Unless such certificate or certifi County Telegraph shall publish l this, Atty.. for Plf. 1St! you will find there Is no substitute McRae were visitors to Jackson. __ _
Mrs. Jones' sister the and household --- ---- n --
Mrs. Harris groceries
for Effective Speaking and ville :lIonday.BROOKER. many .
Spence. While there Mr. Jones at. gifts presented them. After visiting ,
the Ability to Handle For
tended the state barber's convention with the Grays all were Invited .

88 years, the Dale Carnegie Course which was being held in Orlando over to the church center

In Effective Speaking and Human on Saturday. where assorted coolies, sandwiches .* '
iw 4i
Relations has successfully trained Miss LIbby Morgan of Lake City and punch were served. )'Ih 5 minutes f
By Iva M>e Lewis show
thousands of ambitious men and was the Sunday guest of MIlS Ada Informal can you why S

women throughout the country. Edwards. PartyOn

Learn how this training can help Misses Linda and Hilda Crew Birthday Celebration Monday evening Miss Martha I

you achieve positions of leadership /were the weekened guests of the E. J. Lewis'was ,celebrated 60th] birthday Sunday anniversary Home peoples'entertained party at her with home.a young Mostof O

enable you to speak With pol.e and Sept. 10th, with a beautiful chick the games were played on the I &

confidence In private and before en dinner at his home here. Those large spacious porch. with refreshments SAYIr: DODGE ,q

groups; prepare you for Increased enjoying this occasion were Mrs. served inside buffet style.A .

earning power WELDING B. J, Lewis, Allen and Iva Mae dainty token of remembrancewas .

Plans for Fall Classes will be an.nounced Lewis Edward and Jean Endlcott presented the honor guest
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis, Miss Norma Sweeney. wh o left 2
later. Course mill be
sponsored Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green Jr., Wednesday to enter her sophomoreyear ,
theRotary / 3
by Annette Stanley John Green Mr. at Bryan :University. Dayton. FOR VALU !

Club of Starke and Mrs. Dave GreenJ Julian Tenn. Out-of-town guests included
Bill Graham PresJOent. Green Ernest Douglas R. K. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hall and '

Meanwhile, for further information .- Dukes of Dukes and G. E. Green. Ronnie McOrath of Milwaukee 'I .

and your FREE copy of Mr. Lewli received many useful] WU.; Miss Ruth Slbley] and Truman .
We offer the of Starke I.
"Quick and Easy Way to Learn to people gifts. At a late hour guests departed Dickinson. Theressa. I 'ta

Speak In Public," mall the coupon for their homes wishing
and of the most
\lclnlly one
him Popular Youth Leader
right away.iyiiin&. many more happy birthdays. .
Youth will be interested
groups "
I i INSTITUTE modern and finest equipped Ray Green and children. Mary to hear of the scheduled appearance

I p. o. ft.., SIMM I weldlug shop anywhere. Jo, Jackie, Kenneth. Terre)) Barbara of Percy Crawford at the

Jacksonville a. Fin.I Jean Janice and Brenda Youth for Christ Center In Ocala] '
...... ... Infoimntlon .....t tte I AH Work Guaranteed OMIER than
Dale ('..... ('o.rs. and aay were Sunday guests of Mr. and on Saturday evening Sept. 16th. many cars -Farno"
KUKH Copy ., the booklet Mrs. Charles Hardy of Starke. sting far morel You get
f Dr. Crawford is the founder of the
'Mtualck .... Kasr Way to Learn | I SMITH'S GARAGEAND Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes ;all the stretch-out headroom DRIVING> EASE
1 I to Spook lo. I'...11...' of Young People's Church of the Air' Dodge Fluid Drive
Dukes and children Elolae] Gerald room and
I 111...MID -------------- MACHINE SHOP and Dianne Plnebrook Bible Conference and )eg[ room you ever wanted smooths out all your
were ;
ADDRESS _____ I friends and relatives here visiting the more recent Youth on the //in this big new Dodge I IGYROMAT1C stops and ttarta.: And ____________
I ------- 'I I Temple Ave. Starke Sunday March
T. V. broadcast. Dodge is to easy to ____
'I Y afternoon and were super guestsof
handle In traffic
L I II -so
-------J easy
4 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green. Prominent Speaker Here to park!

Mr. and Mra. E. W. Hodges A challenging message "Christfor L

attended the annual meeting at the Jew" was presented by Dr. '

Little Springs Church near Wor- Jacob Gartenhaus of Atlanta Ga.:,

I EXTRASPECIALJ! I If1 .. thlngtou Springs Sunday. from the Christian Church pulpit i You could pay $1,000 morj

Mrs. J. V. Edwards Jr., andchildren Sunday morning. The Baptist

have returned home after church dispensed with their usual and not get all the famo

spending a week at Salt Lake morning worship and came in a iscs'.iowestpricedauto Ameri d

: Springs. body to hear this great speaker FLASHING ct'J ruggedness and proved

Mr. Mrs. R. F. Gano and Mr. I whose heartfelt plea for the Jewish matte transmission! jp PERFORMANCE! sma
Compare the cost I of this
and Mrs. M. M. Gano spent Sat people was both passionate ajid Available You'll love thathighcompression A pendablllty
1 urday In St. Augustine.Mrs. ( on Coronet
ACME EXPERTS stirring. !
O. W. Davia and Mrs. Guy models. to make your "Cet-Away" engine'S: ....-: roomy 1950 Dodge

WITH ACME PARTS Harrell were In Gainesville shopping J. O. Lamoreaux driving even easier.) for flashing plck- p ... rr: snORT five' minutes will shof

Monday. Hampton friends were deeply and A
power dependable .es \
Mrs. Troy Thomas of La Crosse grieved to hear of the sudden performance ..tl.thfs great new Dodge g>v r

was visiting relatives] here Mon death of J. G. Lamoreaux. on at surprisingly ... stretch-out roominess you'd to") '

Tuesday afternon at his home on low cost *

day.Revival services at the Baptist Smith Lake. He lived in Hampton ____ hope to find in more expensive

Church came to a close Sunday for many years and was the .aI. I Youll see how easy-to-handte B

night. The Evangelist in husband of the former Miss Em- dn
charge ma Johnson. -' -4,. ,, .can be I And the more you
was the Rev. E. -
E. Ernest of '-- _______ app01
Grove Church In Gainesville. A PTA Met TiirwUy .- ..c- Dodge the more youll
%. large crowd attended the meet- The famous Dodge ruggedness, depw
regular monthly meeting --
I i# ings. Everyone Is Invited to at- of the PTA met Tuesday afternoon p bility and
1 ___ tend church Sunday morning at In the school auditorium. Tu:: p _
5 "
11 o clock with the Rev. Kinard of The following officers were elected Come in today I Give us just !.;
Webster Baptist Church In
for this -
year: the biggervat
services. utes to demonstrate .

We are glad to report :M. "4. Mrs.Mrs.Hazel T. J. Alderman Thomas, vice president presi-; d- I _-U Dodge gives that puts t !Y/<" IJ1l.

fUU Gano has recently accepted a dent Mrs. __!tLJLPj
; Gertrude Slade secretary -----h' and ahead!
CASH position with the Fla.] East. Coast and
treasurer- ; Mrs. Hazel
S place Railroad and he and his wife will Thomas Mrs. O. Brookins and :

MAIL ORDERS FILLED SEND $1.00 DEPOSIT son live of In Mr.St.and Augustine.Mrs. R. F.He Gano.Is the Mrs. Doris Hardy. membership Mew Bigger Value

10-DAY TRIAL PLAN ONI YEAR OUAXANTU Mrs. and Mrs. T. S. Mann and .

EVENING DEMONSTRATIONS OIYENAcme daughters, Mildred and Theney.and FREE I1LJi

John Freeman visited :Mr.

.r ; and :Mrs. Guy Duggar, and Mr. For Prompt FREE Removalof : 'DODG

Vacuum Stores and Mrs. Charles Thomas of Dead, Crippled & Worthless .

I 412 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. I Hawthorne. and Mrs.Sunday Dave afternoon.Mr. Galney.and Cattle lIol'HSouJes] (vuEJ

I would like a free home demonstration of a folly & Hogs ... t/lan/
children of Green Cove Springs Just a few dolls'' mo
I cnarwoteed Rebuilt Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner are spending few here ul'f I
I I a day. with Call 132 StarkeWE the Iowest.ptiud
;" complete) with 7 attachments for $XI.9S. Mr. and Mrs. Gent Stokes. ,

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere ALWAYS COME 1

i ADDRESS NAME -_..-.-. ..-- -..---- i i --- I In Gainesville on business Florida Renderers J. P.
Friday afternoon.Rev. ,
CITY !. ii i n i "ii --- STATE ,-- I Tntby ParrUh of Santa INc Roberts Motors
- S - Fe attended service at the Bap 600 Temple

Starke, FloridaM

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',!!: _: BRADFtjft.0 COCNTT ...........P BTARKE, FLORIDAt _.' PAGIIBEVEf
St. Mark's Episcopal i iI In Tallahassee Sun jI\)' after having New Invention In Florida -

I Rev B, E. Simmons. B. 1)., Vicarj| William.visited Mr. aid Mrs. W. H r'w",.. ,. ..".'-...., ,..... ...( .
since Frufay. '
\ F ',.0 '
i Services Sunday > ')0 ..
at St. Mark's1Eplsoopnl Miss Alice Roy tr of Gainesville # "'"!
: Church are as follows: l j who was a former Farm resident Now Open .

8:00: a.m.: Holy Communion. was a visitor <>f ')tr.. M. S.Grlner I..
8:45: : a.m.: Church school. Classes .
ILt : I If
for all .
sun ages nursery through Miss Melba Stf tug fellow of -- '
r Junior high. 11:00: a.m.: Morning -I Jacksonville spent tJ'Ie past weekend f i .

I' prayer and sermon by the. at home with Her parents !I :
Church Methodist Church 'I Vicar. I Mr. and Mrs. W. >; Stringfellow. 1. I
t The church Is open dally for During the past ">e !k Mr. and
Provider of :Secur-!! "Church School Rally Day" will\ prayer and meditation. I Mrs. James Whlt l'ur.t., Mrs. X
r. the L. be observed at the First Methodist .
by the Rev H. Whitehurst aid Miss Loul eWhlt.ehurst : .. ,<
sermon Church in Starke Sunday as it CHURCH .
First Baptstus OF GOD /4 r
at the all of Florence. S. C., I
will in all the
Methodist churches
Sunday morning at 8th &; St. Clair Sts. ,were visitors of Me, arid Mrs M. t. t
Is the thIrd In the Florida Conference The officials Sunday School 10 a.m. C..Roberts. '
JOCk.This "Searching and teachers of the Starke I Large Selection
the series Methodist church school making I Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m j Thursday Mrs It. p:. Grlner accompanied +' 4 r
in September Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m Mr. and Mrs. Martin i't.
pturea follow. a special drive toward a record Y. P. t. Y
;i John are given whose attendance at the church : Prayer Service Tuesday 7:30: ( p.m I Relnau and their ttMlcjren of Pa- AZALEAS & HIBISCUS
those Meeting
to Thurady7:30; : p.m
service latka to Pensacola where they visited -
thed school on Sunday morning at 9:43: '
during 't aq.t rh
them and Mrs. Martin .
read | MSgt| Hooted Ready To Plant
the number comincreases. Promotion Sunday will\ be Sunday CATHOLIC CHURCH -
dally Grlner until SatuiJny.Mr. .
MAnythe September 24
I'' study Sunday Mass 9.13: : a.m. and Mra. DfrjOert Crews of 9
New Testa- College students tc '
hole 'a
Sunday School 11 a.m. Starke spent Suitay/ here with
month while "Searching school for the fall term will be Week Day Mass 8:30: am. / '
honored at the I I their parents havlhf been dinner Fruit Trees In Season 1
lure. morning dayBible I, guests of Mr. and Mla W. O. En- .' I
(? will be directed by worship service at 11 a. m. The Study Is every Wednesday gram and supper u sta of Mr., o I
Mrs. MOM Rev. T. G. Mitchell will I 0
?Green with preach on at 7:45 and Mrs. G. E. Crew
the subject, Horizons"A I .
t the organevening Mr. and Mrs. Re ,*," Bradley and ka Orders Taken For Plants Not In Stock .
the P .tr'. special Invitation Is extended tc PRESBYTERIAN CIU'KCMI:
their sons Clinton \t'I'>\ Jack Wayneof
"Get With all college students to attend. The Friendship Bible Class of I
,111 be itttlght' Jacksonville welt here last
will.ongregatlonal The the Starke 0
senior and intermediate Presbyterian Church
he piano-0rg weekend with Mrs arid :Mrs. J. M.
singing of groups of the Methodist Youth meets every Sunday at 10:00: A. Mat Bradley and with '-ir. and Mrs. ,+lk ..,. ... ... ll
hymn and gospel Fellowship will meet at 6:30: p. m the church. C. M. Turney is W. H. Williams. ... \ 'v

Sunday. Mr. Mitchell will preachat teacher. Everyone cordially Invited Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Stringfellow rictured above Is th1 Power Law* nfiled .. wpd Kow"tr Located South End Of Church StreetVisit

school meets at 9:43: : the evening church service at to meet with the class. Preaching had as their dinner treats at noon in the U. S. Patent office by John A. Winning-ham, KW."* *

darns! and teachers for 7:30 p .m. on the sermon" subject at 11:00 A. M.STATE Sunday Mr. and Mt. Bob Barkley with M. G. and J. K. Lantford. assignee, all) of Ik Butler\ P S. Us And Look Around! I
300 regular attend- Religion. and their children Margo and /
than unions gather at Mid-week prayer meeting held Mike, of Jacksonville/ This Power Mowing Machine Stratton Air Cooled MoIv r of "PproximaUly -

tnlnj"training In church on Wednesday evening at 7:30: p. Accompanied by ftllo Selgler of I was designed/ and constructed byMr. on* pits%?. t -
(for Wlnnmgrh at the Langford H. P. which insure \ po Y
m., with a Bible emphasis on "Messages left f
,ip" and fellowship. from Lake Butler, Bryat WTiltfield I Motor Company' Garage in Lake for cutting any *" *, > cartof'
the Psalm.
fK service Is held each By 1.Brran WhltfleldMr. Wednesday of last .Vek for a stay Butler Fla.. with the assistance efMr. small bushes, mounted aB pier i
T.30( with the me.he .- A cordial Invitation is extendedto In the moutalnns n,.t BOone< N. C. M. G. and J. K. Langford. BieycU type wheels W. *..*i rrolling. -
y continuing the all to worship at the First and Mrs. M. C. Roberts had Mr. and Mrs. i, R. Chasteen wner* of the Garage.It "s shaped A I"'II| J t*
pastor Methodist church in Starke. Is simple in construction anu sliding easier and cuttiiclier Wait!
aa their spent Saturday night end SundayIn Now--Don't
Revelation. The pastothe r guests Sunday Mr. tnd
Daytona with their> relatives operation, and aa they state, a* to wire fences or otW 'ot>ji eete Buy
last In the current At The TabernacleBible Mrs Odell Cauthen nf Gainesville.Pat they themselves are home owners without "hitting and dalin| bUde I ,
local: moving pictures of McGrlff' and Robert Whiteof Mr. and Mrs. W. H- KUy. with lawns to mow, they wanted heavier circular typetfi' blde[

lovers of Starke and nearby Starke and Mr and Mrs, J. G. While her parent Mr. and Mrs something to mow the lawns and for cutting graM and weds atj

dly welcome awaits all towns gathered at the Gospel Caldwell and Misses June, Peggy Lyle Noland spent their vacation cut the weeds at the same Um. same time and by proving allot.
hip at any of the service* Tabernacle Sunday afternoon tc and Frances Caldwell were ten with relatives in tfnorgl North fast easy, and with nothing about the nec! ''tary BdjuHtm bt1 .Is .uc"

irst Baptist church an stay broken down. The invent mower may be made IgsZpert.ively
Ion l Is extended to listen by Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus Starke Sunday evening. This little Meredith AQ.t Noland was ion relates to novel aDd useful yet the device la <*.ptt>ucompletely ofl{
recorded< congregational president of the InternationalBoard courtesy was in compliment to here with her grandparents."' Mr.and improvements in power lawnmowers : satisfactory ar"tlon.j 0 9l
ach Sunday and Wednes- of Jewish Missions, head- Miss June Caldwell who leaves to- Mrs A .C. DaV| mg quarters in Atlanta Georgia day for Detroit, Michigan.Mr. I her home In Or).tido with her the tatting head in the new turlnu them at the l *n i {ord
Mrs. parent Saturday. rnngtiino turns on auto wheel type Motor Company'\ Garage )In Lake
Quite a group was In attendance and Calvin Williamsand + ,
OSTIL HOLINESS ball bearings that never wears Butler Florida for solo! under-1
8t and Temple Ave. from each of the following towns: their son Ronald, and Hubert I Typewriter bond paprr, DMritun. << out, if kept greased and the Patent Pending.LONG .
Lawtey, Paltaka, Gainesville! Williams returned to their home Telegraph. machine U powered with BriggsMr. I
School 9:43 a. m.; Morn- Theressa Starke. ... .
and - -
hip 11 a. m.; Evangells-
:a 7.00: p. m. Everyone The congregation never '
forget Dr. Gartenhaus' wonderfu1 City Conveniences Are No longer"Strangers" BRANCHBy

exposition of the scriptures nor
I OF JESUS: CHRIST his graphic description of the I
tXR DAY SAINTS many experiences he encounteredon On Electrified Farms Mrs.School 3. L. 8trVw".FV' II

lurch of Jesus Christ ofr his trips to Europe and the I

Day Saints (Mormon Holy Land. Br IRA MILLER which were needed |iii the home to lit Clay Hill .,.q t3A14w1r

hold! services each Sun- This was the first of a series of Funs EUclri/lcation/ BureauEverybody keep before mother her time.from tfOvving old long and Mrs J. H. Nettles of was dismissed WednesW-< leaf r SDaC

G usa building on North prophetic messages at the Tabernacle work on the farm- Now that million of farms are Bradford County to Mr. and Mrs week for the balance ftf. t"e veeek

Avenue as follows: presented by outstandingBible mother, dad, and the children. Even connected to the high' line farm Ed May of Lawtey. The EH o.' due to the storm t.hreat"oWf"8t'
m.: Sunday School. teachers. Watch for an- the dogs and call have their appointed home*-from a coi\v nlnce standpoint the SE: quarter of the SE quartet all the children and f"e lt.y wire
n.: Sacrament service. duties to perform, from getting in -differ little iron; city home 2sugooo
nouncements. for
of sec, 12, twp. B S, range 22: E: ready school again lltindef.:)
the cowi to catching mice. And, The rural household picture 1* chang I7uI
bile Is cordially Invited 1 IceervlceL ;
I While ministering to the various what' more, nobody objects to work. ing. Sure, farm wlv,< still help with Elmer W Van Brunt of Mon Horace Mosley and {aniuy (hIs ,
churches in this section Dr. Gar What I li objectionable ii drudgery the field work in triterfencle*. and mouth County, N. J. to Mr. and the aon of Mr. and bill, H M" E37,95oth.r .
tenhaus was a guest of the Tabernacle particularly household drudgery. they atlll take care 0t tile chicken, Mr. E A. Hartmann of Starka son Most-ley) Is apenqity A tew -V 1
IrUES Y.a Dal eaaIse tea In the prophet's room. garden and other Autfide chore The NE quarter of the NE quarter days around, Clay Hill pslitn_ # on jst.d.le
But they also find lime to attend era
flu The young people are enjoying P.T.A. meetings and (0 Join in other and the E', of the NW quarter of old friends and relatlv 3hia-ii >; ea5
R RASH e rash! d1.pN het 'the leadership of Miss Edna Noe- social and community activities. Their the NE: quarter of sec. 16, twp the first time some of u. hv "ee" zt

llnf. aedtut.d l LYCO-a0-ROb gel in the youth meetings Saturday work I I. not quite so ftard. What has 16, twp. 6 S, range 22: E. him since he graduated fvrrt Cy\
Jill npiuu nuot roe tim vtr IrrlUUons.to y..ra. I(0w At nights and at the close of the O rF happened 1* that farm "omen-lik. Mls Elizabeth Terry of Brad. I Hill school back when Prink) Wade

Iw Mann been If net pltiwd.OBOROL last week's service a brief mes- their. muchlnery-minrf buebandlth -- ford County to Mr. and Mrs JohnP. waa principal some ten. pf ,"welveyear.
transferred of their house.
: sage was given by Dr. Gartenhaus & hold burden to many tlt>:.le" "electrical Wyrick of Bradford County a&o / / 1 1 I

for the benefit of the children. servants. The SE quarter of the SE quarterof Bud Harris and the >%Y, Uni

There have been ihftny teat madeto the NE quarter of See 27, twp Watson Spent Monday 'ftet-"QOI1(
show the time and labor saving 9 S, range 22 E.: with the Strickland.
qualities of various household appliances Mr and Mrs. G. W. Durham of J. 1. Strickland Will I II
but tell the
non. story quite
as well as do some, recently completed Lawtey to Canal Timber Corporation I lecture at his home vty night SLADE GAS CO. Inc.
rock llIes"I laundry *tudl"> These studies of Tallahassee The Sof!>> beginning Sept. 13 rtt.lJ\"lnll
record that a Connecticut farm woman the NE quarter of the SE quarterof through Sept. 2... Th# /I/Vjfiji'ct: of ,

'L'V 1.509, during pound a U-weelt of clotn;*berlod*. Before washed. the the NE quarter of sec 27r twp I the lectures will be "O o\J'e fur E. Call St. Ph. 121 Starke

II I Ibe the evening: sermon topic of the pastor at farm tone of wa*water electrified and, .*"e eln carried hour 4l'e"' :9-S, range 22 E. pose With _Mankind. --- -_--_- U'_ __u ,_'________ _" __
p. m. during the period i to the laundry.
After electrical equipment! and running : '1\\ I

First Baptist Church Hampton water were in5t111.d she did
her laundry In 23V4 hDUr_ nd didn't
Bob Gray, Pastor have to carry any w\t rr That' over t:1wto.:/ b.tw..nSI '
i 30 hour saved. whlcH. mean extra +I.litt. and fl..m"
time to finish that needle point, do a
bit of mending, help plan farm improvements Styling filer
-or Just tit and rock
Bible School 10 ajn. B. T. U. 7 p.m. ...,.+.r.. ..... .. awhile. ,

FARM WIFE OR CITY 'I"ln-: What helps the farts wife, helps
the entire
There no difference now. family. M w"rn conveniences
make farm horAes, more comfortable

Until comparatively recent yean, and housework more pleas- ,
farmers could offer their families :, ant-Important factor% Jn encouraging ....""""".,,''''' ,;;;:: .:u ;" "'" =:,:w ':" ":'. ,:.= : :;" Zftfi; : ,. :j; ::; Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor little In the way of modern con. boy and girl to make farming their
veniencei or household appliance life work. The operating cost of I
Electric Iron., roasters, \toasters electrical appliance tn exception
ST r ranges, refrigerators, washing machines ally low. For example the average
BAPTIST CHURCH, Starke and a host of other home amount of electricity cOntumed by a Chevrolet is the Only car to offer you such a l
appliances might as well have been vacuum cleaner totals J kilowatt lI
el10n & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town marked "for city folks only" as tara hour per year; a fan uses 1 KWH I
PHONES: farm families were concerned. It for each 21 hour o( operation; an
Pastorium 130
: Office 234 wasn't because farmers didn't have electric Iron, .8. per "n Ant : washing
the money to buy such thing They machine 1 per month! radio. I per iozdeandze-2lc'ozce e

XD.VY SERMONS 11:00 A. M.. 8:06 P. M.V Just didn't have the electricity to month; range US Per month; and
operate the household "helpers" refrigerator, 20 to 40 per month.
School 9:.15 A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P.M.

"-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. M. .0 and at the lowest prices, too !


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8:00: He'll Enjoy Better Grades '.,., ... ....
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Friendly Invitation From A
boA,. b.'w..n'
friendly Church Is Extended To All i9 M *=;:Mer
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the 1, ConvertibleAmerica's '

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every necessary detail in a Service Clttlot. .Iw.." s

available locally and widely known .REMINGTON I TYPEWRITER'f StQydorJ Orv. ortJ hAuwetlotk6 h:"'"

for its modest cost, its wholesome d .....!' ;t
courtesy and always tactful sympa- TronmQIotI ..
Hell>>e proud of die miet benw...41* ,y't'1' j:
thy_ ...._ _.... ale la Jmiga, At fUmttv err.Ui4 III (U* .;" ti Com8InajI J"",, 0 1 Pow...Iid. tagoeark s ( ,,. j
tunt Owl asp <*4 tr aia.Iw w. TrpewMH ;. suul N neeuado't 0. end 10-liar "wlM I1pl/ollQl I
K>*> nail be provd el die better snj be eon II" Lrde. c?p pdr .r .str''co., .
DeW ITT C. JONESPhone Noel :':tr :.z lort IMOMM of M k* -. ...**. fyfiag Oerp"nirewe .'

M.1..-.. forawace. SasJseis who type ) cttsUa. h
better grades, m dMM time eImw'.awn J
7 Starke, Fla. '- Ne.wM4 ...
a.ea 1;; := uIi.. ..-.., 33* dgsv M +i Seller
IItral l .. !
Director Ambulance Service y "...,.."......... S,.,..." .II" ..... i- -, f/Agw ; Best America's Best Buy! .
? ,
.)1% b.w ie AsMl.ark CiwNttitw
funeral home enables u to offer convenience andervices !!-1-"I!' ,k
i'i7.t': slrureaFro.. aa anide' by .Albert 1<
not otherwise avanabl. ae._ .. Mrs. wiggam. Is Raters I ..*... eon 1:1: .
I from SuHl..M

the I! ..I79.JO n........TeL : i TORODE CHEVROLET
A..h r hl ht" type service at lowed price., and .- (m. k .DulesCrssf.sOytyIr4.& CO. 4
insurance: policy In force issued by ANY

May. 4 Payment In part er la full on a fuaermLConjulutton : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH PHONE 111 STAHKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS '

carry no obligation

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SEP 151950 .. .1

Bradford For We ((1) Member -
plaintiff neeki divorce. thin or..R.pr..t.u". .a of the hStateuof from ni.,, .
Telegraph hall pul.llnlt "II
Donald O'ConnorHas Here's How Countywide Fire'Unit Would WorkHere Onder County In next hand four and weekly official.ueVllnma eaj Florida.For Two (J> County CommUnlonerx tlonmonth'', ,bun." <1 ,'."e@a ,
\ mv a. If ,
Dlntrlot. Dumber! a new "
Srplembur11th 4 "f'
Staring Florida, thl "d
at Starke For Three (I) Member County good ",.dl'l, ,, lI.o.t""
Film,. and there along state highways w from the tower locations on I 1900.i: ) A. :J. 6 Hoard of .j'utMlo Instruction Dla.trlrtu Each 1 I r.
Park ( ours 1"11
I New tall slender skeleton of I wt wall map and where the strlngtcross OFFICIALASEAL( rk of nald Number I. a, 6 to the "," 'n" .1",II
I a For Tl ta) Justices Kama "
Clerk re of ,,
Cnwbv D.'puty the nqtip' ntr.
the Bv Haven "
Is the exact location of for "r srn1
A 'five-star picture," a HollyWood steel is seen stretching its head William H Muman-Hfth Floor Supreme court of the Stall of M" I
d i fire. This is called triangulation Clark BuildinglacMunylHe'' I.'h\. Florida.. r..r" ", ',' I
"Curtain Call at toward the sky. TRSOMOfY all ,
IN bid
rarity In 3' for pif 91t1i 4t IOINO ; WHEREOF 1 .'
then sends drecre.wa Ally have hereunto nut hand Thl- ,,
Y The my
Creek Technicolor com tower of course and dispatcher and r
Cactus It Is a fire
th Urvni Mvnlof I '
the Btatu
FiM-rio'v: : TII FJ
II or
run Ilrn .t
ody western coming to the Park its head is a small observationroom T to the scene of the fire. Bradford County of the State: of of Florida, (tt TallahaxxBe, the: c'UI'N'r' I 1 1,1,
Theatre here Sunday Monday snt from which a towerman w .t $ : the fire crews are not at ranger Florida: Capital this.| Seth clay of August, Ittk0ir '
GRAY, A. D. 1960.OFFICIAL ; ,
Be It Known, that I. ; ri /
C la radioed -
Tuesday watches for sign of woods fires s headquarters the message Si rotary lif MHtf, of Ij.A( Htale ofKloilda ( *fl5AlR.. A.Ornv.i lu
to them and it is picked up: do hereby give notice. that Secretary of State i
The five stars In this case are These towers are familiar sightsto J The Bradford County: 'l>lf.trat'hBiadford .
Donald O'Connor, Gale Storm residents of this area, as thereIs rtA on the radio of the mobile unit. H nENERAL: rr.rrTlw:: : County.:: 8118 4t 10S| I,
the Once the fire fighters reach the be held In/ Bi r adfnrd County "'1 =
Walter Brennan Vincent Price one at Highland one near Willtlhe State of Florida on Timmlav, cMFOR IIIDS l I W.C.T
south of scene of a fire they immediatelygo Flriit MondayNovember The Hoard .of Bounty Commlailon.r .
and Eve Arden all presented a/ Santa Fe River bridge I next Kupoevdlnic the : : I ,
I jytpA I r work with their rakes noes In A D. 1900 the aldriiendav will reCelva/ Healed bids until. YOU; \ItF.
members of a theatrical troupe Hampton and one between Kings- to t hi>inir the 10:no A M fr.tnisei 2. 19BO for: '''TIOS k G 0
touring Arlzom In the 80s and becoming -I Icy' Lake and Penney Farms.I tit lire swatters and back >2ackpumps. :rhTwol(2)tliali o land' ::: I'uhltc of(1)I a The uop't purchase truck' with by stork the Board Io"dy.1,'I 11 tlYOVR ()

tangled up with bank I To the general public theRe tow. e Most mobile units carry t'tlhtlee P' rommlKxlon of the State Htiltnhle for hMUInir llvevtork to OR\ Oft i'Op
bandidts, cowboys, Indians Mid ers are the most noticeable features 200-gallon water tanks on the big nt Florida. lie guaranteed, In food conditionand 'I BOR-8 EN' .LI1E'lEl:
Forest Ser $ trucks and are used if the For United State Senator. rarryln ft IlO-dav warranty against THE:
other pioneers of the far west. of the Florida they For Reprenentatlve of the SeI'and morMnlrM. defects: Term \TlON\i
vlce's fire control program. As M fire li\ too large to handle with individual : 1 Conwri-iiBlonal' Dlntrlct, of thet'taU' one third flown, balance In 1mnnthiy I 81
{ of Florida In the Rlfchtvneoond : Installments.
Senior Class Elects prominent as they appear to thepubllp. fighters alone. I Congress of the United State (a! The rental. by the :INiard,
these "eyes" of the Service -i : Sometimes a tire Is so large o. .
New Officer Slate are but a small, though important and -- --- =- ,
T grows so fast that more men '- : ==.
part of the vast fire I equipment are needed. The rangIer
Marvin Warren was elected fighting organization operated by radios to headquarter
A in charge
president' of the Senior Class of, the Forest Service to combat wood. .. for more help.Sometimes I 129 N. MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE
4.BHS In an election held September I' fires. vat big crawler tractor J Court *

Although the overall directionof two three disc plowsare
Other class) officers elected at that pull GUARANTEED REPAIRS
Davis the state's fire control program rushed to the scene of the fire :
this time were: Harry
Helen Barry,' treas- is directed from Tallahassee, the r on huge truck transports. There
urer; Harry Edwards, secretary; 1 actual work of fire fighting In an the tractor driver plows in from Watches, Watch Bands. Clocks;' Jewelry Pens, Lighters.
tc Individual county Is directed by a of and around the fire thus halt-
Idell Durban, representative
the and Student Council. ranger from a headquarters in the Ing its spread.' "Your Printed Factory Guaranteed Just Like Money To ,tile
direction of the
Under the
county. After the lire< la finally put out,

Rites SaturdayFor ranger ermen, are radio assistant dispatchers rangers, truck tow. the crew mops up carefully to I Ray Marlin,
remain that _
make sure no sparks .
--- -
and tractor drivers .and fire fighting -
Mrs. ChurchMrs. could start the fire anew. The

crews. ranger estimates the area burned
Maude L. Church 82, of' This Is the usual organizationwhere
of for his
and the amount damage
Keystone Heights died Wednesday, I' the Forest Service provide, High up In thin typical lookout tower of the Florida "Forest Service records. !
'Sept. 6. In a Gainesville hospital fire control; and on WEEKEND
county-wide ', the towerman watches day after day for the tell-tale smoke of During the part of the year Groce
following a brief Illness November 7th the people of Brad-
I *
woods fires. At the tint sign of a tire he notifies the ranger a headquarters when the most fire occurs in FlorIda ; I SPECIALS iRLIui
She was a native of Renove. Pa., ford county will have an opportunity -
of the location of the flre. The towers are located on hlfh' from October through March,
: not their
and moved to Keystone Heights to vote on whether or (Sept. 15 & 16) SYA A,
of counties woodland's the members of the tire unit are
years ago from Rochester, N. Y. county shall have fire protection points throughout each the where the are under -

She was a member of the Community Tn a county fire control unit, organized forest tire protection. ,Able to see 8 to 10 miles In all constantly on the alert to danger, FOR YOU AT

Church and the Order of members are ready always in case directions, the towernian Is the constant guardian of the forest and many rangers have fought Mar
fires as long as 48 hours without
Eastern Star, Rochester N. .Y. they receive Information that afire
Chapter. has broken out In their terri- sleep and with little rest. Corner Call & Cherry Streets. Starke.. Quantity Rights Reserved
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. tory. lire. At the first sign of smoke, dlo dispatcher at ranger head- And in rural areas fire crew

Vivian L. Sanders Keystone Towers are located In strategicareas the towerman sights on the pointof quarters and tells the dispatcher often save farm homes and dwell-

Heights; four grandchildren, and of the county and the tower- .origin with an instrument called a fire has been sighted In a certain Ings that otherwise would have JIM DANDY

two great grandchildren. men are on the alert at all times of an alidade.( The alidade marks direction To locate the fire, the gone up In flames and smoke AJAXCleanser
Funeral services were held Sat the year except during rainy the point of the fire on a map table dispatcher calls another fire tower But It's all In a day's work for the

urday afternoon at 2 o'clock at spells Day after day the tower. Then the ,towerman, picks up his and asks for a sighting on the fire rangers .' They are the guardians GRITSSib.
l 71e
the graveside In Keystone Heights men scan the horizon for signs of tower telephone and calls the ra-. Then he runs a pair of strings of the forest.
cemetery. I I -------

I that only 1,000 drivers license New Directive Assures All-Age EnlisteesOf fence also pays off In battle. .
Drivers Are Slow Last I I
have been sold to date Permanent Service With National Guard There are at present about 2C

To Renew Licenses, year sales totaled 4604. their vacancies In the local companj -

Drivers who do not renew A recent,directive baa made it tlons and Executive Officer: Lt which must be filled If the com
With the deadline little more licenses before Ootober must pas pany Is to continue Us excellent
local National T, Mann Motor Officer
for the ;
than two weeks special test before their new possible I SWANS DOWN S.R.FLOUR.
away County a Lt. Edward B. Klssam. Ammuni- record. Young men Interested Ir @1l'iJ
Judge E. K. Perryman reports permit will be Issued Guard Company to enlist men of tion and Pioneer Platoon Commander learning radio operation and repairare .
all with the guarantee that )If .
ages ; and Warrant Officer Albert wanted immediately. No elig-

their service Is satisfactory they; L. Crosby, Jr., Administrative ble young. man should overlookthe ,

can be assured of serving with the Officers All officers are veterans possibilities existing in the

KOCH'S 0 G S RATE DRUGS S Si National service.Guard In any future\ active with Force experience'Engineers,in Coast Infantry Artillery, Air' National Guard today. Bottle Ct..lue I In 'Lovely Print Cloth Bag

{We Are Never Undersold under For' some 18% years time could only those be assured lade- and There Marine are Corps.several Officers experiencedNonCommissioned In the In FI.rid.l rirvilt| .Ruth. Court.CkMrrrr.Rebecca Herrick Bradford. Plaintiff I County vs :::-u: 2.51b.1,8

of a permanent assignment to' company in tthe persons of Master James Jo..ph Herrick I Defendent.Ca. .

Towels & Wash Cloths the Guard. While no one know Sergeant Robt. w. Drake come Order or P.......", ... Ami..Notice No. 8057 T.
when or If the local 'unit will be< pany first sergeant and veteran of Appear.. STATH Or" FLORIDA TOt
; the Pacific; Master Sergeant Jas. Joseph Hcrrtck whnia rentdence -
Going Fast At called there !Is some degree of Franklin St. Bt'70klyn. Alton Dobbs, .D Opera'!
< T. Kirkland Jr., veteran of the ali ww Tork' i
consolation for new men in the You are r8/fulrel to appear on dcb"o''t -
over Europe in World War II:
1950, In the above named
39c expectation of a permanent assignment Sergeant First Class Theodore J : I."ndci cause, wherein plaintiff
t Up eek* divorce and custody of chil
to a unit of their choice. Goodge, European ground forces: dren. Rradford County Telegraph" lb.2J
Sergeant First Class Oliver P hall publish. thin Order In the next SHOULDER:
Veterans experience ',four weekly laities..
AIRWICK (With Chlorophyll) . 69c communications. vehicular maintenance Hutto, Bronze Star and Purple Witness" my hand and official seal ,
Heart ETO veteran.All at Stark. Florida thle list of August -
engineering operations, the 1860 .
OIL CLOTH, 42 inch width, yd. . 59c personnel mentioned above (OFFICML SEAL) A.t.: Thomae.
crew-served weapons and clerical saw action overseas In World An Clerk of aald Court
War II and have them- By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
procedures are especially desire! proven John J. Henderson. 4M1 WIs. DaisyCHEESE
Screw Drivers 4 ass't. for EKO Colonial
sz. - $1 selves to be competent instructors Avenue. J'ackaonvllie. Florida"
at the present time. They ci, In Young men between the ages of Atty. for 911419112In c

Ray-O-Vac Penlight & Batteries 98c almost all cases expect to be 17 and 39: are urged to avail themselves i

sworn in with the grade held on of the first class training Circuit c..pt. Bradford Omul. ,.
discharge. Men with experience In offered by the local unit. It is Klorldei I. thBoirarr.Jullue .
i J. Kali. Plaintiff, v*. E.fhor DOGS.
combat Intelligence are Invited tc pointed out that the extra exper O Kat.. Defendant fane No 8070
Inner Sanctum
visit the local armory. fence gained in National Guard Order of P..,.......... And N..'... T.Appear. i>:L'3
The local unit !Is proud of the training paid dividends in the last Kuther O MrtTH Kati. whose wv FLORIDA residence TOI In ll lb. 39c'ROCKETMEANS

excellent record maintained at the conflict when nearly one-half of 61181 Bowcroft Avenue, Apt. 4.. Lo.
Angeies l California POUND
BILL FOLDS annual summer encampment and! the local detachment garnered You are required to appear on
Capt. H. B. Ingram states that all commissions The extra exper- October llth. 1950. In the above
named Court and wherein
of the credit Is due to the fact that caune-
'-"' -
willing volunteers make the best

1.98Nylon soldiers.
The local unit now has a full
L complement of officers with Lt. AI SMOOTHNESS > '

K. Carlisle serving as Communlca- N

Hose 51.15, still . $1.39 t/

Betty Crocker-General Mills IRON $12.50 q

Travel IRON for Campus Cuties $3.40 ROCKH-MEAHS

Recent deeds recorded in the

Kiddies courthouse Mr and Mrs.were:J. P. Wyrlck of:

:p-T NYLON Timber Bradford Corperatlon County to Tallahassee the Canal "ROCKET"0 M OLDSMOBIL

The SE quarter of the SE quarter

Comb & Brush Set of the SE quarter of sec. 27. twp .
:3 S, range 22 E. Also the Nye of
the NE quarter of the SB quartet

of the SB quarter of sec. 27 twp Ih Il _

59c :9 S, range 32 E.

.. Recent deeds recorded in the
courthouse were:.

BALL POINT PENS 25c & 39c Mr and Mrs. M. C. DuBois o( tt 4, I

Lawtey to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ty- e

Musical Powder Boxes $3.79 & $3.98 ler of Starke. The N',4! of the NE 1t4

quarter and the EH of the NE

SHERBET, per pint, only . 20c quarter of the NW quarter of the _
NW quarter of sec 33, twp. :9 S, _1 -

"Meet Me At Koch's Fountain"DRUGS of range a.Bradford H.22 Pearce B. County and A. to C. Pearce Pearl _-:$

Blount of Lee County. The SET

quarter of the NW quarter of the _

NE quarter of sec 20, twp. 9 S.
Once your doctor has written a prescription '

he depends on the pharmacist for accurate range Mr. 22 and E. Mrs Carl Johns of'' ii

.,=' compounding. That is where we Bradford County to :Mr. and Mrs

I.:::::. come in. Every prescription brought to Ed Yancey of Starke. Lot 6' In

MlSCIirnoiis' us is filled with scientific accuracywithbest Starke Heights replat In Brad

quality drugs. Bring your prescription:. here with ford County.Mr. I
and Mrs. E. C. Long of ut. o bb Ni..Mnaiw.dl.e./ ./r es w..eeI...
We back doctor .... YM
confidence. your Bradford County to Mr. and Mrs. A 0.. Meus

Howard W. Walt of Brooker. The (HIVE I THE FLASHING I 88" AND DISCOVER WHAT .Whets. tlunk you I leal""R--' et"...w L enr. uaee" ocket" of edormanceintLeselYauOII at OIJ.mobot! .

Sy3 of lot 1 of sec 18, twp. 7 S, oj O&dlmobite. For 001, Oldsmobile offers find out bow smoothly OWanwo".UJDrive he

range 20 E. Also the W 3 quartersof omr PERFORMANCE MEANS TO mi! tb" yeare-ahead hi b-compre'"lIoq pow"' plant! dVuvers the famou., bfr i *"*
DRUG STORE the SW quarter of the NW foe youndl why the "Rocket" b. the of the "Rocket" EngineO"1, 1'"

a quarter of see. 17. twp. 7 S, range whole country talking' Try W. thrilling new kind 1'01411 P-'rt' never be satisfied! with soy tJU j

,K .0 C H 20 E. fit YOUR NIARIST

I I Phone 53 Starke tf Fla. Complete photographic aen leet. TORODE

Hollywood Camera Gift. Shop CO.
Phone 111 .
opposite Florida Tblat! ft'. Ph. 283 Court 'Starke, -

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