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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 29, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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I Tornadoes Triumph Over Williston t Bennett To Confer----1

.w- ,' v i f With ConstituentsOn Growers Sign Up :

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In Opening Game Of Football SeasonThe October 6 I

Taking advantage of the receae

of Congress to visit with his con j
Broccoli Deal
Bradford High Tornadoes ed 10 yards. }Here the Tornadc atltupnts, Representative Charles For ,
opened their 1950 schedule last defense held and Wllllston was E. Bennett will maintain office

,, ) Friday night at Bradford Park forced to punt to Bennett who returned hours at the post office building
with a 26-0 victory over a 48 yards to Willlston'a 28. In each county seat for the convenience !

scrappy Wllliston team, Warren's pass intended for of persons ,wishing to -

iv 2 Every Tornado dressed out saw Thomas, was intercepted on the confer with him '
I
action in the game, with the offense I 3 yard line Wllliston's offense Bennett will be at the Lake Y,

; w4 .. showing: more power than bogged down and the visitors Butler post office on Thursday, .wn :,
eF the defense. Carl Johns, fullback were forced to punt Johns and October 5, beginning at 3 P. M,

s. exhibited speed and power In scoring Warren running carried the ball On Friday, Oct. 6, he will have
.r,, f ,, .., .,, ,Ia "r two touchdowns and one extra to the 18 yard line and on the last hours at the Starke post office 1

point Leslie Phillips, end caught play before the half. Warren threwa starting at 3 P. M. b a' f vv
an 18-yard pass over the goal line pass to Phillips over the goal .1.1'et4'ra" )

dingy little hovel squatted hopelessly behind a from Marvin Warren for another, line for a touchdown. A line buck
The
L patch at the end of a dirt.road less than three miles and the final touchdown was made for the extra point failed, leavingthe Freedom Scroll
by Donald Bennett on a 2S: -yard, score at 13-0, BHS. "M+ ,

m town.the shacks along tobacco road would have end run In the fourth period War The third quarter opened with r ,

1 Led mansions by comparison. ren scored one extra point Wllllston kicking to Hazen who Being! SignedA. '
Smith and Carter of Williston returned 25 yards to the 38. One
before the visitor entered the yard he be-
J long gained plenty of yardage on end again Johns, Warreq and Hazen rl ,
Le aware of a nauseous acrid odor. Of course there runs and line smashes The visitors teamed up to carry the ball In J. Thomas Jr., Commanderof
J.-a pig sty not twenty feet from the hut-but not all advanced to Bradford's 25- eight plays to another touchdown American. Legion Pout 58, an ;

that disagreeable smell could be attributed to the pigs. yard line during the first period with Johns going over In a sixyardline nounced this week that he had
I children-ranging in age from 14 years down to two-- when Whitner gained 13 yards on smash Warren ran over the appointed Legionnaire Ouy An ,1

Lped whatever they had been dolng"and came to the front of an end run but the play was nullified extra point: Score 200. drews chairman of the. local Ii!

\ pause by a penalty. From then on Fumbles again hurt Willlston. "Crusade for Freedom" Committee. aw 0

J And what HAD they been doing, by the way? It Isn't con- Williston could not advance beyond Davis, Bennett and McRae ran, the \ Bradford County farmer Muth w' Rhuden In

Ivable that even a child could have had the spirit to play aml. *..... the Tornadoes' 30. ball to Wllliston'a 31 yard line a* The Cruxade for Freedom Is a an. hc rerolml' two pounds of broccoli steed from I.. O.
nation-wide to mobilize
L hopeless, depressing:, squalid suiroundings. Fumbles marred the game, with the third quarter ended. campaign ntatUe' of t Mouthhuid Frozen Food, Plant City at a
All six were barefoot- Indescribably dirty. The two- Wllliston louling-up eight times Bennett Davis and McRae ad toe American people for getting I last Friday ternixm at th6 Stale Parmor Market hero.
the truth behind the Iron Curtain
kind of nondescript dress, with nothing and BHS four.Cocaptains the ball to the nine before/ V .
r ol4 wearing some vanced yard according to Oen.. Lucius D Clay, nan never planted broccoli but C. Hotlge (at > )
teath, sat bare-bottomed on the damp dirt playing. Whitner and Ander line where a fumble was recovered National Chairman. ha grown It neti-ral I years and Hay. (It ds well horn ; '

"""It' them movies," the oldest boy-the Uyearoldsald.Ir son of Wtlllston and Tornado Co- by Wllllston. The visitors ran one Millions of Americans will be ready market for It. I

church don't believe In movies. We don't believe la girls captains Hazen and Warren met In play and fumbled, recovering their asked during the crusade to sign I
center of field for the toes of the own fumble -and kicking out of I
I
an' powderln'. If they're going to
lUn'their hair, or palntln' pledge affirming their belief In
coin, Wllliston won and electedto bounds on their own. 98-yard line. Ten Delinquents
Ew movies at school I ain't a-goln'. I Just don't believe In It. the cacao of world freedom, and Brooker !iy
.
says movie are sinful. 111 Just stay home and receive. With Hazen holding Bennett picked up nine yards to participate through small contributions Listed By Local .
r preacher Dansby kicked to the 20 yard line through the line and on the next I. !
My daddy can't do much anyway. In the campaign to
Ipiround the cane patch.
with Carter of Wllliston making play made a beautiful run around counter Communist propagandawith Draft BoardThe I
Set For l
it got heart trouble. 20 yards on an end run before end going 23 yards for the final
truth.
He was only In the fifth grade In( spite of his age In then being tackled by Carl Johns touchdown A pass from'Bennettto name of ten Selective Service
his brlghter-Igoking brothers. Enrollment In the Crusade will delinquent who failed to report -
with two ot younger, ,
grade Wllllston advanced to Bradford's Phillip was no good for extra Americans
But! there are different type of movie," It was suggested the at 28-0. enable Individual both for Induction on September Brooker Mayor
40 yard line on end runs and line point, leaving score
to their faith In world of
express 22 were announced yesterday by derson this week
shown at school aren't to beltd
Instructional movie
rely the smashes, A fourth down fumble Wllllston on a from Carterto human and to the Invitation
pass liberty support Mr*. Rhoda Dampier clerk for to all
with the type that your church frowns upon. Perhaps" recovered by Prevatt, stopped the Cannon' and an end run by vigorous private effort now being Loral Board No. 18, serving Brad liana to attend a b
lyou would discuss this with your minister he would agree. Wllllston advance at that point, Whitner, carried to Starke'. 30 made to bring a message of truth ford, Union and Clay Counties. to be held In that

'They're all movies," the boy repeated doggedly "and I Warren, 'Hazen and Johns, alternating yard, line and here they tumbled and encouragement to the millionsof knowing the wherea day, October a,

illnt going to see them movies. Besides, they don't like me on end runs, laterals and again Tornadoes recovering people held under Communist bout Anyone.of these 'men I III asked to M.

(school\ They all pick on me because I'm a ", and heLd otf-tackle plays carried the Tornadoes In the last few minutes of the rule. These objectives will be notify the local board at once aa Proceed from this

his surname. A family name frequently heard In Brad on eight plays to their first game Bradford fumbled twice dramatized this fall by the dedication I they are eubject to severe penaltlee be used for the .
f I County touchdown, Hazen passed tc Wllllston once, with the visitors In In Berlin of a magnificentbell neglected to
If they have wilfully 18x30 concrete block
0\er the flat woods road the mother and father came rld- Thomas for extra point, but the possession of the ball on their own carrying the Inscription paraphrased notify the board of their change of house the fire truck

t up In a horse-drawn wagon. They had been to the neighborii play was nulllBed by penalty.Then 33 yard line when the game ended. from Lincoln; "That, tills. address. ,recently purchased
Johns took a lateral from world under God, shall have a new
store but were bringing home no well-gllled sacks such StatbttlCB! Edward Frederick FlUa, whose i
Hazen to for the extra birth of Freedom." Placed In an Festivities .will
over ;
might have been expected to accompany, hp :usual Saturday point. go First downs: BHS 14, WlllUton outpost of freedom behind the: address wa Oreen Cove Springs, clock Monday

fcpp r. It was evident that ther would'seon be another ad- 8 Iron Curtain, the bell should was the only white man )\listed as rldtis on the fire
The beginning of the second Punts: BHS 3, Wllllston 5 I d..lh'1;' 1.p. ., ,
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|ostothefamUy .e"4Io"s' a symbol the perpetual: ., iii&&l.l tor 'the
quarter found the Tornadoes Punting BHS 30 yds., Negro registrants. In this classification
"Won get my next check'lntl1.0Gt0bel',15.;tithe womand. their own 18-yard line. Penalties 30 average eU'!jggle for human right that Food'will: be on

} ."and the last one's gone already\ Nothing left for groceriesIwythlng here hurt BHS and Warren got Wllllston Passes attempted yds. : BHS[ 2 today la manifesting Itielf so violently areaThomas Walter Anderson. Wor- school cafeteria and
else That check don't go far these days 'Speclal- on the opposite aide of the 8 o'clock .
off a nice 42-yard punt to Willis- Williaton 2. thington; Calvin Andrew Foster, a stage
|when me and him' sick all the time" tong 40 yard line. Williston ad Passes completed: BHS 1, globe. Green Cove Spring; Bennie Toby Dowdy and hi.*
With a bony finger she pointed to a bottle of green medl- vanced to the Tornado 35 again Williston 1.'Penalties, In contributing to the Crusade Holmes, Lake Butler; Robert Davis will be the center

l e and a bottle of brown medicine sitting on a kitchen tablet Bradford recovering : BHS DO yds, Willis- Americana will be helping to sup Orange Park; Raymond White Appearing with ,I a-

It t 11"88 still littered with the remnants of their meager noon Clark, Davis and Bennett carried ton 20 ydsFumbles port and enlarge the work of Starke; Jonathan Melroae Mlncy Chubby Wle, } 1
IT meal. the ball but could not makea : BHS 4, Wtlllston 8. Radio Free Europe a privately RuBHelt; William Jacob Lake Butler Grand Ole Opry. ,

'That bottle cost me $4.50, and the other one $3.50. So first down because of successive The Tornadoes journey to Day- sponsored broadcasting station ; Freddie Williams Lawtey; Mayor Anderson .a

lice my check don't go far. And he has to take some little penalties. Johns punted SO. yardsto tona for a conference game with aa that a hard recently hitting.began non-official operations supplement Richard Rhoaden Lake Butler amateur contest will

he pills all the time for his heart. They coat $1.75 a box. So Wllliston's 15 and Carter return* Sea breeze tonight (Friday) to the Voice of America connection with the !/JI

|j e why we-don't have anything left for food. And with five It Is hoped that Radio Free Europe Government Books one Instrument who can dance sing or L'f

I1 In school. their clothes. may be expanded Into a network Are Best SellersThe I
I Is
tertaln urged to .
She paused to spit snuff No food In the house, no pants on First Inductees Leave For ServiceSix of as many as eight "Freedom test. Contestants
f biby-but still there was money enough for snuff Stations" vigorously carrying the' Federal Government Is Chalrrr-un J. A ;.
had once propaganda battle Into the Communist carrying on a thriving", bookselling I { '
The
room that served aa a bedroom-sitting room as possible and prior
camp In Eastern 'Eurupn btuilneM, the Government
said
'n an hutment. "If fairly tight, the woman
army 8 e ''t and ultimately in Asia. The Cru- Printing Office announced as it ;
|ut look '
at my kitchen. sade for Freedom was conceived found another beat seller on Its Net Proceeds
This was obviously the older original part of the shack to 1, long before the Invasion of Korea; hand_the 'second' within a

kdi the hutment had been added. Cracks were so wide in theM bit the evident surcease of Communist month. Order started pouringIn From, First

that the same amount of protection. could have been had propaganda among the to the Superintendent of Docu Game Of
f:a lattice work. Korean people emphatically: point I I menu In Washington for the National

'Thereof leaks too and when It come a blowing rain every 'f n up the need for large-scale democratic Security Resource Board's The BHS Athletic

|i Ms soaked. I can't have a thing "she said IJ 1 truth offensive by every newest publication entitled "United I has released the

And that was easy to believe. Nothing, ,apparently, stood possible agency", public and pil- States Civil Defense" which sells tlon concerning

|"@Cnthe eight of them and starvation but a cane patch, a few .1 .,, l r a vale, In the most Important bat for 25 cents. Over 5,000 were sold bur ement. for the
?>.Mil a monthly welfare check. 4 1 t tle of all, the battle of Ideas the first day of an Initial printingof game of the .

Six boys-five obviously normal bright little fellows who Commander Thomas. announced 60,OOO copies of the bonk, which Wlllston.Gron : t

JU pass with few layers of dirt taken plans to have "Crusade for Free 'Is described aa the most com pre- Oat ......, ...... > J
Inspection anywhere a ,
ro dom" scrolls In all of the churches henalve publication losued to date ]
.....
Paid Referees
and 1 sixth and olde t- '
a few The -
decent clothes put on. next Sunday so that church-goers by the Federal Government on
p Paid Wllllston ..
'laps ia 'problem child.;' either genuinely confused over the t e + might conveniently sign them civilian defense
Paid IT, H. Tax ,
I"ion of movie!!, or using this as an excuse to cover up some r Also a number of these scrolls The Government's other besteller -
l''lor pf school I have been 'ln the Chamber "The Kffect of
motive for going against the accepted pattern placed called Net gate .... ..
bn of Commerce building for the con released
Atomic Weapons" wa*
registrants( of Selective Service Local Board No. 18 were Inducted
I So answer-"OhF' venience of local citizens wlxhlnK last month and Is now In it* fourth Net profit from
easy to with the pat
dismiss the matter the
Into the armed forces last Friday morning representing sale of Coke .
to nlgn. Thoman urged that all Over have "
( printing. 40,000 copies
just some 6f those Never did amount todi be sent from, hero for actual induction since the start
to
first group Starke and Bradford County citizens been cold at 1125 each of (his
1| But anyway of the Korean war Pictured above Is A. J. Thomas, Jr.. American make a special effort to book Issued by the Atomic Energy Net game proceeds (
I3 that the answer? Legion Commander, and veteran of World War II, addressing the men sign one of there petition Commission which describes what There were 1.282
J It might be argued that shlftlessnes had as much to do as James Benjamin Lawrence, Keystone Heights.:
who arelleft to right): may be expected when an atomic lions to the game:
f""with the Inability of the.parents to provide a decent home Isaac Soloman Archie, Starke; Arthur Melton Roberts, Jr.. Green Cove Cecil Sewell bomb explodes. 75c and 068 students

their offspring. And perhaps It did. But does that lessen Springs; Donald Earl Wilkinson, awtey; Donald Leonard Alvarez
IT degree the problem of the five bright little fellows who Starke Lpon Wilbur Carter Maxvllle. Other who addressed the l New ScoutmasterThe
; Rock Down On State Road
t.>OWing" Up In an environment that would make Erskine group (backs to camera) are Clerk of the Court A J. Thomas. Rev.L. appointment of Cecil Sewell Going

["'shudder\ ? D. Halnes and S. I,. Crews, member of the local board. Mrs, Rhoda as Scoutmaster for Troop 70 was

1 And what of the "problem boy," out of school because of Dampier board clerk, f* also pictured. Two of the men originally Included announced Nthls week bye W If

/ Hal!, I Imagined or faked acruple against motion pictures In this call received postponements. 8. A. Weldon Jr receiveda Graham president of the Rotary .

1' though limited perhaps !In his ability to learn the usual student postponement for the academic year, and Jack W, Hall received Club, uponsorlng organization for ,

|w1' I curriculum, could not aomewhere he be taught a trade- a 30-day postponement because of the critical illness of his Ute troop. ,,., atf

*thing to do with his hands-so that he would become all mother, Assistant Scout masters will be e '

'rather than a liability to that prescription-ridden home? The board will call 27 men from the three counties for pre-lnduc- Mack Futch and E. T. Shull. J, +

tlon examination on fetcher 5. On October 19 there will be an Induction V, Jaudon will serve all chairman
I Somewhere of the Troop Committee, and F,
service
next week a woman's society or a man's call for 12 men I c''
built be concerning Itself with the Problems of the Navajo B resentative., Beard a* the Institutional Rep .i ? ;

f-ini or 'xpectant mother In Afghanistan. Brooker meet Thursday 'F
I Jnwh"! smelly Convent MemorialFor Volunteers The troop every
there In a
are unsolved problems aplenty
r night at the Scout hut on
bidden behind a than three miles] from Powell Take Fire CourseA
cane patch, not more Ned Pratt 8trect.Canadian.
'*' 'Imiu of Starke. ,,,,, ,,,. ,.' t, I

r ; A memorial service for Ned course of Instruction for vol Smoke( .
r
Powell who died here recently I unteer firemen at Brooker was
at the Con; Drifts This WayA :
Named One County Commission was held September 13 concluded Wednesday with aI "
In
[ Study Group Tp Meet Saturday vent Glendale of Ohio.the Transfiguration i I demonstration, supervised by Captain smoke haze believe by came I I I

. lettir to Tate Powell Sr. Fleming of the Florida Fire observers to have drifted thl far The rock in going down ant on Road 225, the 1
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p In a ,
rtin. supervising prlncl The Board of County Commissioner brother of the deceased one of the College, Ocala. south from the great Canadian County farm-to-market road that connects State Road 'I

' BH9. has been named for will meet Saturday wind up morn-affairs Sisters of the convent wrote: "Hewas Capt. Fleming spent six days at I forest fires, clouded the and atmosphere Thursday. : Road IS. From 1,200 to 1,400 feet of rock are spread
Wednesday
to here
r-llP Ing at 10 o'clock one of the best mme ever pending on how many carload arrive for unloading. One
i on the State Course which ends Brooker Instructing the volunteers The northeut wind that
of the fiscal year In new
had. We are putting enough rock for 200 feet of road. In the above picture
idy Committee 30. of our chapel in the use of equipment, fire prevention have prevailed here this week are
according tc !September bells in the tower veteran bulldozer operator I seen watching a truck l
of the Board who alw.y. methods, and fire fighting believed to have brought the
"uncement> this week by The regular meeting October 2 and one .1- for Ned Angelua." ] tactic The Fire College provide smoke along with them. Soon he will mount hi* seat beneath the umbrela, and

Superintendent will be held Monday and clerks rang the Morning i this service without charge tc Although skies! have been overcast It out. Brewer has been operating! a bulldozer for 14 ; ,
In
ThomuThe reared
at which time managers powell who was fellow worker. to be the best they've It.I let
General Election Mr Florida communltlc here much of Ui.* week, the ever seen.
:b committee I Is charg- for the November Stark'e, later lived In Glendale returned for to:, Ground wa* broken this week cloud' parted sufficiently Monday ute of anybody' time to watch him maneuver the

the duty of planning the will be appointed meeting will be :held about 25 years.his retirement He and for the new building to be used tc for local observer to get a good of tqulpmnt with more e.... and accuracy than the average ,

lIullJ and course of study A the special Board on October 18 for the Starke after here until his recent I house the recently acquired fin look at the total eclipse. of the In handling a passenger car. It Is expected that Road
ase.s. In by remained I moon. time before Christmas.
high school revising the registration I truck. completed come
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J $ 29 1950 BRADFORD OOUNTT TELEGRAPH.!: STARKE. FLORIDA FR WAY. SEI'TE11aFt
P..O.M.. *&* .rark.

Communism. If Rus...la could keep the democratic Countries bor president' of the National urday and spent the day with Nine CountiesTo. ,'I Brewster says thai Iilllt

TelegraphESTABLISHED ; from going to the aid of such small countries as, League of District Postmasterswas friends. .Vote Soon two percent or the ,fond':'
Bradford County Mrs. Hubert der
business visitor In Lawtey Mrs. Catherine Teare protection
South Korea, eventually all small nations would be under a Was b
week. While Loraine On Fire Control trasted to \!
her rule. Meanwhile the United State and Great Britain Saturday of last Priest .and Miss the 40(I pared,
I... MATTHEWS. OWNER-tDITORyubllshed here Mr. Troutman conferred with visitors tc protected woodland arq'
E. business
1879 and "Pro- Priest
would be undermined from within by sabotage were Bradford is one among nine burned ,
local over
Mrs. Mae Wells postmaster
greshlve. Party Clu...." which fill the mind of the slow thinker Gainesville during the week. Florida counties that will have an
Second the organization
and Entered as I concerning the business of When
Every Friday Office at Starke Fla with false Information. which he represents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarborough/opportunity to vote In the Novem-, tlon countiei ,t, tor
Claw Matter at the Post We do not know who tile "farmers" are with whom Mr.: Preston Green of Lake City war of Jacksonville were weekend ber General Election on the ques- and the ,--o.lm. ofir, .
We do not know whether they: I Ition of establishing an organized enter into the I
Stanfield met last spring. required
1950 calling on friends in Lawtey last guests of his brother\ Charney ag SI
MEMBER i have been able to deliver on their promise to "get to work I j I Sunday.I and family (county forest fire protection unit With the Stat Forest St
of Bradford Yarborough, Other counties considering; this state and
the vast majority federal
and build club. Knowing
1.1'10' For SIX Months a I i Fred Moore was a visitor Bellvlew Uile goVernrr,
AnnuallyCOMMUNISTS I Lee Taylor Is In step at this time are Brevard
Bubncrlptlon 93.AO do not believe that the the
I County farmers as we do however, we 1 I In Jacksonville last Friday. Miss week serving as relief agent at Putnam, Seminole Manatee Sara cost of initial ruotallal
organizers could have made much headway. 'i as lookout tower
I Barbara Moore, who is employedIn the Seaboard station there. sola. Hamlltoi0 Baker and Union. (redo t
If this warning to keep even one potential mem- tlons, telephone ,
,, serves Jacksonville, returned homewith I Thirty Florida counties already "i ""j and
I ber from falling under the spell of their putrid propaganda her mother for the weekend have fire control units being operated ing headquarter! 01' ur
Dd li liV1 I we will consider it paper and ink well spent. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr. Voters Must Apply by the State Forest Service. counties then char, the, ,

VIEWPOINT ;' REMEMBER: you cannot vote Communism out once it and children Johnnie, Wayne and For Absent BallotsVoters I Fire Control Chief Owen R costs with the state i atJ
takes over your country, for the siftiple reason that your vote Wanda, and Mrs. J. E. Wall, Sr.. governments
-4- in that unhappy day, would be worthless. The Only way out and her slater .Mrs. Myers of who will be away from
North Carolina, were visitors tc their home precinct on General ,
? would be bloody revolution.
IN BRADFORD COUNTY Silver Springs last Sunday. Election Day, November 7, may ::\ From where I sit
passed by Congress Misses Arthurlne Blanchard of obtain an absentee ballot by filing jj ..4y Joe M q
legislation just
anti-Communist with Supervisor
The Jacksonville opent the weekenehere the required application
sometimes a
might seem strong medicine to some but with her father, A. M of Registration A. L.
sick child must have strong medicine-and America Is cer- : Blanchard, and sister, Miss Enza Crosby Jr. New Use

tainly sick of Communists in its midst. Blanchard. Mr. Crosby stated this week
And never think that they aren't "in our midst." Even i Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead that an application on a regular For Old Windmills
Bradford County-as insignificant as we might think we appear ,were dinner guests of friends in form must be filed before the ballot

the of the United States?-la not entirely exempt JLura ftavets ( Jacksonville last Sunday.Mrs. will be supplied. The application -
map rDONCA.
on gy
hv nartv members and fellow travellers. Frank Jones and children may be obtained in person I drove past Larson's farm Taut If It wasn't for Butt
f rem overtures" evidence we : NERRha Maxine and Tommy, accompaniedMr. from his office or by written re week and saw him perched on top Vice, I'd have end d
;; statement? Well as scrapped
that It L
Do you doubt taken from a Wherein I welcome In the Auf to know one is helping children tc Jones to Gainesville last Sat. quest.. of his 75-year-old windmilL "Still From
need only to produce the following paragraph" I turn, and hear the songbirds ld a good life. I planning on tearing I It down?" I where Isit( ,Curl| | '
recent issue of "The Florida Progressive, official organ well o]I my heart these busy days.. This morning as I was washing)I shouted up to him. town as a farmer snd his pop'1
Florida and a publication is due, in .
of I
the Progressive Party the dishes I how large
Brush the sky with bluebird wing thought so many pa
line. In the "Not on your life lays Curly ,
open-mindedr.es
known for its faithful following of the party Curl the clouds with white dovi years I have had my 111.In my and hit
July issue of this publication Ruel Stanf ield, party organizer, feather Heavenly Father's hands and am FOR YOUR rf'a' ]:m, REQUIREMENTS as he climbs down. "I'm getting ness to listen to People! a

has the following to say under the heading of "STATE OR Brighten the trees with robin red usually gloriously happy. I have myself a television set from BunEllis' opinions. lIe'JlIiNt.n ,10 Hu
It Pays To Trade With Sladf / I and he says this windmill is over a malted milk.
GANIZER REPORTS": And promise saucy blueJajweather. no more worries as to my future. or hea
"After tlwi State Committee inrctlng of the Party wan I think If one takes Cod for e going to coma In mighty handy." talk politics-each with,

over In Orlando March 4th and 51 h,'I came Into Tampa for Loose: the flowers for oriole flight, partner and gives liberally to the PROPANE GA "You see Curly went on "I'm temperate .beer. Yw fa
about a work before> going Into Jacksonville., where I worked Touch the sun with goldfinch; church one is bound to prosper. GAS V Appliantw going to put my TV antenna'right modern as televiolon|(, liSt
with our people and attended a very fine meeting. In throat Life can be free from care and on top of it. Since the wirWmill

Starke, clone to Jacksonville. met with dome of the farmers Sprinkle brooks with bobolink worry. Leave everything up tc SLADE GAS COMPANY higher than the house I'Ileet i the n
who promised they would ft to work and build a club." BOng, God. Lie down at night and sleep Inc. best reception around here-but .1

In concluding his report Mr Stanfield offers the follow And give the breeze a meadowlark with a clear conscience. "I think
E. Call St.
the War II veterans now who do Starke. Fla.
ing bit of advice as to how the party might gain a stronger But hush the minstrelsy of the day
not have to go back to the battlefronts Copyright 1950, United. Stale Brewers
When love returns to me; F0
hold in Florida: my ---
can really be happy.
"The 4'nxliwt. way to recruit membership In. to let our Then hear the songbirds In my have done theIr share. TRey
They areGod's
the Why wait until 1052 heart
extrllcnt way.
newspapers pave finest. Why worry? Be
for a frenzied drive to get workers talking about the Party Swiftly rise In ecstasy. happy. That Is what I am doing

and getting people reglxterml. to meet the qualification. -Beryl Stewart. I work hard, pay my debts, live,
all to getting on the ballot TVe have two coimea open tUK <> These days the songbirds sing sing, love pray and be happy!
campaign to get 7,300) signature. from SI CLAY HILL ECHOES LOVETTSTARKE
-a petition In my heart bringing to me : I always
counties to g..t..n the ballot or to have five percent of the ecstasy. How I love these Autumn have a feeling of nostalgia
electoral vote In the last gubernatorial campaign registered day. Yesterday It was cloudy when I think of !Clay Hill schoolI

a* rrogretmUo.. ft we have club. already net up and and rained. I loved that day; It so enjoyed teaching there and .
active In 31 or moro counties our Job, will be I .a relatively brought my new electric sewing being with my dear children I
carry one to get 7,500 signatures. 1052.: machine when I was busy and have such sweet letter. though FLORIDA
Prices Good
Through
Sat.
ccc 'not expecting it. Whoopee! Now when from girjH who were real small --- Sent. 30th

So far this group of Communist sympathizers and out- I can just. sew and stitch and I taught there last. I havea
picture of Mildred
and-out Communists have not been very strong in Florida, make buttonholes. I can scarcely Is now In the Sculley whc
wait to get tlm for that. eighth grade, and a
but they are now working diligently to gain members. Thereare beautiful girl. Bless her heart.
ambulancecall
Don had to make an
no insincerities that they will not employ to gain their In the morning after two o' School Is going along fine with six FACTORY PACK'
ends. clock.I In the eighth grade. EVAPORATEDSugar

Right now the instrument they are using is a so-called made plum' jelly and began HELPFUL: HINTS: After I
"Peace Petition" The American people want peacebutnot hemming sacks for dishtowels. I grind onions or juicy things
at the price of a Communist world. Sincere peace move- like lots of them. My heart humsa through the food chopper I run acru.t
ments are laudable but when such petitions are circulated by tune and my spirits soar as I of bread through and It I Milk
Communists at the same time they are arming North Koreain make Don apple pies 'and cook him dries patch and cleans It out. Rip the
a war of aggression only a fool would be duped. thick T-bone .teaks In the broiler. pocket from the trousers or
overall
I love to cook and If I ev..rleel and use as a patch. My
The "Peace Petition" ,in question was launched by the bobbins on this I
Permanent Committee of the World Peace Congress. Its a bit blue, I put on my apron new sewing
machine are round. I
president is the :French atomic scientist who adopted his and go to the kitchen, cook up to get a small three Inch am bolt going witha

wife's famous name; Frederic Joliot-Curie. lie was recently good some for cookies the next or make meal. something Soon my nut to string them on and) they 5 39 TALL

expelled from French government work because of his Com- love will come home and I am my I won't get lost. lit 3 29
"
munist activities. old happy self again. Try this GRAHAM CRACKER CANS

Madame Sun Yat Sen who sided with the Communists Received my book of F\1 era*I PIE-be good for lunch:

against her sister, Madame Chiang Kai Shek j Pablo Picasso, Hymns. It has the old songs, 2 Two egg yolks e

an acknowledged Communist; and Maurice Chevalier, who published by "a man In Tennessee.It 1 cups cup brown milk
was accused by some of his countrymen as a collaborator dur- has "Beckoning Hands," "Life 2 sugar
ing World War II, are all prominent signers of the petition.No Is Like a Mountain Railroad," and 1 tablespoon tablespoon cornstrach butter No. 2'/' Can Calif. SWIFT'S SHORTENING -

doubt there are many others who have signed out of an "Sweet Peace, the Gift of God's H tap. salt. CIGARETT I

honest conviction that it would help to bring about peace.I Love." They were songs that my Mix altogether and, stirring, 3lb.; 69C
It would be easy to have some trust in the sincerity of the father mother and father sang. My cook until thick. Add vanilla, PEACHES25c JEWEL .

move had it not been for the happenings in Korea. day school was superintendent in two different of Sun roll 10 graham crackers, moisten All Brands, lerCln
The.. moHt despicable part of such a petition III 1M appealto with melted butter and press Into
churches for years. I always -
pan'"I..d. wives who so desperately want to keep their many an eight Inch pie pan (I like
hoped some day my son QUEEN QUALITY
boys and men from another war. The hope that the glass), cover bottom of crust with
would be like him and be
superin
"Peace ('elltlo,," holds. out Is. a false one. Indeed It Is. far tendent of his local Sunday nut meats, seeded dates, or whatever I $189

worse, for It leads down a path to world domination by school. It Is such a good feeling you like and pour in filling TEA 4ilb23
I Cover with meringue made from 4
the egg whites. Brown In oven. ,
Easy and good for cool weather.
t Must get Don some dinner.
Yes,
.we have dinner at noon. We are FLAT CAN OILSARDINES SOUTHERN BISCUIT Lb. Mar-Gold Colore!

+e' ct In the farming country and we
eat like the farm people and like FLOUR 25-$149
C3, it. My son is quitting his Job in .
OLEJIM
town and will devote his full time ,
to the farm he has purchased. I

am so very glad. He has always DANDY
had a dream of being a farmer

Looks On. rid on fadsafa-Wld. waft(10"..- ,I He happy ha*he now Is settled arrived.for the I am rest ac of 5c 51b.43c 19'"nuns11

1 like 1 a ]bi'-' car Ina.. top hip and ihould r roam In Fords his life. Beautiful country, and GRITS
-. fl ld) and you' asks' "Why pay mora forroomlnora good fertile soli. God has smiled ,
a r.-1 comfort when ford offer on him and his.
I have
,., M much for to llttl.r' the reflection. Whoopee!some of

God bless you



all.LOVE LURA.IAWTEY c&WIcSfl_ & << J, VRD IIS*. 7 7Us. I



L. If. FutrhMethodist

NO. 1

\ : the Lawtey Homecoming Methodist.. 10lb.l9( CRADE A SLICED
Church [
will hold its annual Potatoes

Iii Is Toko a T..t Drive" In a Ford and you'll services Sunday, October homecoming 15: BACONlb. HAM!
discover the fln.car"feel". of can that coil Special music Is being planned --
like hundred. of dollar* new You'll have to for the occasion. At
a car eleven o'.
.? big deep reminding/ yourself that Ihlt ll a 'low clock Bishop YELLOW

priced car you',. driving. presiding Bishop Roy of H. Florida Short 5 lb. 49c 39
19C lb. <
and
\ :it Dm't'Ir coming Cuba mesoage., will deliver Bishop the Short home I* ONIONS, .

an outstanding speaker and the

f cur.Lawtey him church for this U fortunate occasion.to All se FANCY SWEET
former .
pastors and members c ,
of
: the church as well as all friends Potatoes 3 9
are 0 ID.
Invited to attend. A dinner will Fresh Ground Hamburger 1L w 4
be served
picnic style at the noon __ ,
hour.

ra. Baptist.. Brotherhood FROZEN FOODS J
11 Tenderay CHUCK ROAST lb. -
Monday night the men of the ,
First Baptist church organized a
Brotherhood Society. The lollowIn& ORANGE DEVILED

officers :were elected to serve White BACON lb. _ t
ford brings. big-car' V-8 power fa the .... for the coming year: president, JUICE ,
price field .tow V.,. with all Hi big-car' Clyde Singletary; vice president,, CRABS
/I feature. Ford II low In W cost,low In.upkeep J. E. Wall Jr.; secretary Mark- Lean PORK CHOPS lb 5
a h-u car ., high h reeale value.' lee Raulerson; treasurer Carl Ed- -
ards 5cans99c
; program director Fred 5 for 99c
( |IN EVERYTHING BUT COST) Coleman; social director. 3. P Gr. A ---5
Wyrick. The next meeting of this FRYERS lb. .
group will be October 9. After ,
ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY that they expect to meet regularly
every two weeks. Over 2000 Items
Are
Madison"& Adams Sts. Starve, Fla. Telephone 113 Roy S. Troutman of Palm Rah. Cheaper At Lovettf




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sgyTEMBER
R BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA rAGE TratKBIHF

often visited -
t here. I worth and Dudley Hardy. In late dren, Evelyn and O'Neal of South I Sunday afternoon Mrs. Robt. My

The Rev. John L. Bray and. afternoon. Ice cream and birthday Carolina, were the guests of their LeBlanc Says South rick James McRae and Kathy My-
cake BROODER{ Senator
arr Miss Evelyn Holllngsworth, of were served along: with pop. daughter, son-in-law and children,,: rick made a trip to Jacksonville.Mrs. .

I.rC Jacksonville, were Thursday sup corn E. by :Miss Edith Chason, Mrs. By ha Mae Lents Mr and Mrs. J. T. Sowell, last H. H. Lewis is spending a
1 per guests of the Rev. and Mrs. D. Allen and Mrs. Perry. Carolyn week. Has Great Industrial Future few days in Brooker with her

Robert C. Gray. On Friday received many lovely gifts daughter Mrs. B. M Thomas.
Boiling
even. Mr
r..anut from her little W. 11.T.. Social Meeting and Mrs. R. to. Thomas of
for / evening Mr. and Mrs. Ing, Rev. and Mrs Gray Mr. and friends The Women's Missionary Unionof Lake City were dinner guests of, Now Is the Time to Start Getting Miss Haven Crosby accompanied

lay, lair and Mrs Mrs Joe McKowen and Mr. and Special W. :M. V. Meeting the Baptist church met in the Mr. and Mrs. E. :J. Lewis Sunday.Mr. by Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Zeag-

tgk Law ind old faeh Mrs. Edward Saxon were guests of The W. M. U. observed their home of Mrs. Lloyd Barry, Wednesday and Mrs. Wilson Green and;, Somewhere r S ay.. HADACOL_ n __ Owner ler of Palatka spent the /weekendIn
Irt gave a large Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Crews, Jr. I children visited her !.Ir. Miami visiting relatives.
afternoon 20th, parents
State September Lafayette La. (Sp.-Senator)
at the home at the State Farm. Mission Week of Prayer se1'I ,
boiling annd Mrs J. The H. McRae's havehad *
e vice at 2 o'clock. E. Hardeeof La Dudley J. LeBlanc, colorful owner M. a
IrtT Peanuts were boiled Mrs. Marvin McAlhaney and last Tuesday night at 7:3C I Mr Eugene Crosby led the devotional. Crosae Sunday. of HADACOL, wants the South to 1 recent guests Mrs. G. W. Boan and

atm' I I I Kettle, and there sister of Reevesvllle, S. C., were at the Baptist Church. Talkrwere I The subject ofthe, after Mrs. Bessie Brannen and Mrs sell Its advantages is to HADACOLto the nation Miss Vernle Thornton of Heil-
just a. he selling
.lnp approximately one Friday over night guests of Mr. given by the different menv ; noon was "Florida State Missions'. Ammle Ralelghson of Jacksonville the rest of the country. bronn and the Rev. Ladd of
m'rt list Ly for Out door and Mrs J. W. Home Mr .and bers on the Mission work being I with the program chairman, Mrs vlsfted their parents, Rev. and The Senator spoke to( about : Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. L.
rtof prMrnt andthehighII Mrs Horne and Miss Martha done over the state by the Home James W. Thomas in charge. The Mrs. W M. Lawhorn, last weekend 500 000 people on his recent half A. Crosby and Miss Glenda Cros-

,, ere enJoyed, was the hay Home mere among those presentat Mission Board. The study was on program was opened with a song million dollar goodwill tour of by of Sunnybrook. w'
occasion southern states. His theme was
10
:/lee .the delightful dinner mission titled "Stand -
party work Stand for
being done Up
old. Old Bongsrompaniment In Stet. up the fallacy of the South producingraw
and
oung of harmon given by Mr .and Mrs. C. CJBarksdale son, Miami, Danla, Ralford. Tam Jesus." Those partclpatlng- were LONG, BRANCHBy products shipping them Typewriter bond paper 99cream.

"., 1. In \the moon- In Starke Sunday evening pa, Key West and Seminole Indian Mrs. Wilson Green, Mrs R. F. north for processing and then Telegraph ;
were sung villages Fifteen member Gano,. Mrs. Lloyd Barry Mrs. paying freight to bring the finished i
was enjoyed I Mrs. J. L. StricklandOur
time
Hi back home.
I ':, ,l, gay Friends of Mrs. B. P. Walkerof were present Ernest Edwards Mrs M. O. Har- product
1 midnight hour.tannonced rell. Mrs. Sarah The Senator pulled his hand. ToKfflftfMisery + .
Marysvllle, Tenn., winter resident Faulkner and 5 ,
Mrs. kerchief out of his pocket wavingit
1 In Hampton, will regret to T. L. Gilmartin left or Miss Lubedia PinhoMer. The mall carrier Sidney Harris, to crowds that ranged from .. 1I '
ft of Pavld Lawrence MeIrf hear of the serious automobile accident Sunday for Jacksonville where she program was closed with a song Is back on the route again after 23.000 to 60,000."This handkerchief 0
Ft Myers, will be In- which befell Mrs. Walker's will spend some time. titled, "Jesus Paid It All." several days' absence due to eye I was. made from cotton I

I hear of his marriageijanlce daughter and family in California Miss Helen Jean Parker was the The hostess' home was beautifully trouble, and is much better. grown In the South" he said.to c; inL6ff
cotton shipped
Barbara Gay, also recently. Mrs. Walker who had weekend truest of Miss Ellen decorated with fall flowers. Fred Lang has recovered Massachusetts and was made into this ,

> on Friday Septem- been ill. left the hospital to go tc I, Searle In Theressa. After the close of the program she sufficiently from his sawmill accident finished product. Then we In the UWIID Oft WBUT-I**<.Past Swee aer
i. m'Waycross, Ga. Mr. California and be with her Cyril Plckren. Gainesville, wa served Iced tea sandwiches, and to return home and willshortly &0..04 paid the freight on it back
d the brother of Done famllY'j visiting friends here cake to the members. return to work. Lome where we grew the cotton. ,
,e Ie i Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sunday. He
L and hasENTER'S to Elsie Mosley, school bus driver That mill in Massachusetts
Hampton, expects be
Inducted
of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Into the Farewell 1. LeBUno
Dinner Guests John Mosley's wife, la recovering furnished employment to folks up Senator Dudley:
Army In
Day and two daughters, of Bar. the near future. Cecil Davis there and taxes that created .
paid
was honored witha nicely from, a recent operation. "I feel that when a firm has p
el'lu tow, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rev. W. C. Burton of Graham farewell dinner Sunday at the schools! and improved their econ HADACOLthat
Gertie Falrcloth. was In Jack- become as large as ..
> I Wadsworth of Bunnell were Sunday ;was the supper guest on Thursdayof ; home of Mr. and Mrs. EvanW. sonville last week to see her doc omy.folks Why move couldn't factories those down northern here it owes it to its people"to do ".11I" .... i.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. G last week of Mr. and Mrs. C. L Hodges A large crowd of tor and found that her daughter, and give employments to our Senator sell Just itself said
r ESCRIPTION P. Wadsworth and Mr. and Mrs. May.Mr. friends and relatives attended. Including Irene Padgett, who lives In that folks? I tell you they would if LeBlanc. !usree
' Marshall Matchett.Mrs. and Mrs. C. Faircloth and Mr and Mrs. Alex Will. city was ill, so Gertie stayed with we sell them the wonderful advantages Senator LeBlanc presented
Burns and Allen
.iI Mickey Rooney.
.i of the South just as we
i VARMACISTS Louise Jones of Trenton Donald Faircloth of Gainesville lams, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chambers her for a few days. are selling HADACOL to( the rest Carmen Mlrandi. Connee Boswell.
a spent several days last /week with were visiting the Carleton Chas- and Miss Frances Daniels allot Mrs. Nellie (Bud) Wilkinson at of the nation." Roy Acuff, Ernest Tubb. Minnie e l
.u the Raleigh Brannen family Sunday tame on Saturday Jacksonville: Warren 'Stuttle of Hugh is recovering strength slow Senator LeBlanc is spending, aIfl'eat Pearl. Sharkey and His Dixieland 444
, the Brannens with Mrs. M. B. Miss Florence Gnann of Thereasa the U. S. Army; Mr. and Mrs. ly from recent sickness and Rob deal of money on colored Band Frakson the LeBlanc.Magician, and

Lay field and Mr .and Mrs. J. J. spent last Thursday night with Dave Green and son, Julian, Mr. Curtis' wife has a badly infected sound pictures of the HADACOL Marie HADACOL Germain is selling at the
Brannen were In Cedar Key. relatives here. and Mrs. Wilson Green and chil- hand as a result of a briar Good advantages>> will of Show southern to industry. rate of more than now$2.000,000 per about dependableFIRE

Little Bobble Sue Barksdale of dren and Allen Lewis all of Brook scratch. He plans to show these in thea month and the Senator is planning .
P. T. A. Notice Starke er; and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allexaonof The series of lectures during the ters. He is also preparing an to increase sales to $30.000.-
There will be a P. T. A. meeting her uncle spent and Friday here with Lake Butler. month by the Rev. J. L. Strick elaborate booklet to distribute 000 if he can obtain enough raw INSURANCE
Tuesday, October 3, In the school Mrs. Richard aunt, Mr. and During the afternoon pictures land were interesting and attracted throughout the north. materials.
auditorium at 3:19: P. M. All May. were taken. Everyone enjoyedthe I
good crowds. school of matrimony! This school Pastor W. E. Hall back to the
parents are urged to be present School News day very much. There
will be
at
a working
*
year there' have already been I pulpit of Pine Level Baptist
Promotion DayPromotion On Monady afternoon, September Sunday School Mass. Meeting Long Branch church cemetery to. three marriages-high school Church Sunday morning and even-
Day was observed at 18, Mrs Ola Perkins gave a The Associations Mass of the morrow (Saturday.) Everyonewho students--that we know of Last Ing after an absence of several Johns
the First Baptist Church Sunday party for her homeroom, the Sunday school met at the Baptist / can possibly do so Is urged term Just before the close of school weeks due to.Illness. A good at. Charley E.
'morning during assembly period seventh and eight grades because church here Friday night wIth ten and requested to attend bringinga there were five marriages in tendance was noted at the services AgencyPhone
All children promoted received no one In her room had been churches of the Association rep. hoe, rake or whatever tool Is I which one or both parties were and there were two candidates for IS STAKKE, FLA. 1
1-MINIT SERVICE tardy or absent since school began. handy that can be of use. Lunch high school students. Most of the
scripture pencils. New Testaments resented. Brother Jamison of Baptism Sunday night.
Lemonade and home made ban- should be brought also as the I
were presented to the prImary Jacksonville made an Interesting newly weds continue to attend Mr. and Mrs B. :M. Myrlcx of
ana cake refreshments. work will take the better of .
were part
The
their classes.PINE. ,
members Joining the Junior speech about Sunday school work. Gainesville attended church here ;
PHONE
the
cake
delicious day.
was and here is the
class, and Bibles were given the Refreshments of cake and punch I
juniors going into the intermediate recipe: were served. There will be preaching services Sunday and were dinner guests of ft.pr Mntlns.THE TRAVELERS, Hartford
64 Night' class. Banana Cake at Padgett Church Sunday at 3 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck

I Two cups selfrisingflour Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Kelley of o'clock. We hope it will be a day I LEVEL
Mlsa\ Martha\ Horne, Miss Joan One-half pound of butter Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. suitable to the attendance of a
Sweeney, Emory and Frank Brown One cup of sugar I Ernest Edwards last weekend. large congregation.Some Ity Mrs. II. M. MrRo Ill' ALVAREZ' STORE Establishedh1894! : IflI
attended the address given by the j Two eggs Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry visIted of us have begun to won-' Ii!I I.

Sanding Rev. Paul Smith, of Toronto, Can. I Two ripe bananas cut in small Mr. and Mrs.\. Raymond Crews der If the Baldwin high school i Is II Everyone as glad to welcome

or)r ada, at Lake Swan ,Chapel last pieces of Jacksonville last weekend. -
Tuesday evening. Miss Horne One teaspoon vanilla flavoring Mrs. L. A. Mott and Mrs. R. F.

left Sunday for Gainesville, where Add enough milk to make a thin I I Gano were In High Springs on
Finishinging she has entered the University of batter. Beat this mixture unmercifully business Monday.

Florida for her sophomore term. I for five minutes. Pour' Mr. and Mrs. O. "'. Barry visited ".,'. ".,.. r ,
& Polishing She will reside ,on the campus Into a pan and bake very slowly. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lynn of "
and return home for .weekend This Is an original recipe of Lacoochee Tuesday and Wednes i '. .
ot'fl' '. ,
o
.Yew Equipment visits. Mrs Perkins'. Try It sometime I 'f' Jo.. 1
We think you will like It. I day.Mr. j '-:
.
Seventh Birthday Celebrated and Mrs. Ovid Gano and : n alaf

.Carolyn Perry was honor guestat On Friday, September 22, the little. son, Ray of palnesvllle visIted ". : "": ,.1.' 1 .. .
a birthday party Sunday after Hampton Elementary School had' Mr. and Mrs.\ R. F. Gano ,

noon, September 24, celebratingher the first assembly program for last weekend. '
seventh birthday anniversaryat school term. The seventh and I Friends of Mrs. Flora Edwards An announcement [

the home of her parents, Mr. eighth grades were In charge. Our Mrs. Edgar Dukes and G. W. .

and Mrs. A. H. Perry guests for the program were: Mrs.V. Davis will regret to learn that Tbdory, at your ..,..r-Fra.r dealer, you will iI'
Games were enjoyed during the J. Slade, Mrs. T. J. AldermanMrs. they are patients In Alachua see what we believe to be the most Important cat
afternoon by the sixteen guests Wiley Williamson, Mrs. Edna County Hosptlal Gainesville that America has produced since the automobile a

Prizes were won by Earleen NazFREE Crawford, Mrs. Earnestlne Williamson Mrs. Shelley Fowler and Mrs. Kaiser became a necessity of dally living.
: and Mrs. M. M. Matchett Flpps are still confined to their by Henry J. Itltll.th.needsth.wanls.th.purchallr1qpowwtof
I all America other has don. In the ,
beds at home and Mrs. Ned HicksIs as no car s
Klfrhth Grade Personalities
last ten .
still confined to Alachua. County years.It
Each week we are going to give Hospital Gainesville. We wish Is rugged. II has outstanding man uv rabHlrf, >
I For Prompt FREE Removalof short biographies of the pupilsIn them all a speedy recovery. I bandies and parks easily, and Is powered with W
Dead & Worth the eighth grade. This weekwe our new. Supersonla Engines which deliver up toW
Crippled, '
are giving a personality sketch R. H. Green was In Leesburg on ) to 35 miles to the gallon
less Cattle, Horses, :Mules, of two of our star pupils. Other business Wednesday. The Henry J Is lowest-priced' car In the

& Hogs biographies will follow. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hazen at. low.price field. It has the full generous proportions
tended the big Assoclatlonal meet- to which Americans are accustomed.. W. have i
Call 132, StarkeWE JAY ALDERMAN Is the son of Ing at Primitive Baptist church In given It the bell t combination of performance, comfort
Mr .and Mrs. T. J. Alderman of I
and ol
ALWAYS COME: Jacksonville Friday.Mr. styling economy operation.
Hampton and the grandson of It Is the car that you and every American familycan
Tin Johns Florida Renderers Mrs. G. W. Alderman of Starke.He and Mrs. R. H Green, Jr., afford to buy la operate, to maintain..and
and son little
Harvey Mrs. Guy .
is In the eighth grade and will be proud 100Wo.
Starke INC. Parrlnh and daughter Myra. at.
be fourteen years old December NII
r 12, 1050. Jay was born In Tampabut tended funeral services of Edwin
Lett son of Walter
Lott formerly
has resided In Hampton since
of Starke, at
Add Georgia, Fri
he was a small boy. Besides being
an excellent pupil Jay is alsc day.


I WE INVITE YOU TO I a and talented football.favorite artist sports He takes and are an musicianHis baseball active berry and Rev.little visited and son Mrs.friends DonnIe Donald here, of Friday.A Martini New..I ,

crowd from
part in religious\ ,.organizations. here attended
Recently he won a Scofleld Reference the opening football game playedby
ATRONIZE Bible as an award for read BHS and Wllllston at Starke

OUR! ing the New Testament through favor Friday of night.Starke.Score was 26-0 in

In four days. If all his plans are
realized he will attend medlca1 The W. M. U. business meeting
will be held st
the
Baptist church
college and prepare himself for
Wednesday. Oct. 4, at 2 o'clock
MODERN SANITARY a life of service as a physician.
RAY BROOKINS, another P. M.Jamra.

eighth grade boy la the son of the Edward Wllklniwm .

Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brooklns. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson Th. Henry J...th. lowest priced: cor la lb..1gw.prk:. field. ,,

eat Curing & Ray was thirteen years old May :S, are the proud parents of 11 batty llvllvrrvit .t Willow Hun nlfhrrnl ......
1950. He likes to have fun but Is son, James Edward. born -'Thursday si A ee later paid. O.If vealold' ... ..w n '1
always anxious to study and usually Sept. 21. In Alachua ....11 tlrcwi, ...1... bnmprv ....01. a
makes excellent grades. His Hospital Gainesville. County ..4 beet l.t Of .." .dlll. ...s.1.

favorite sports are baseball and
old Storage Plant football. He hasn't decided what Mrs. Vennle Jackson' and little

he will do when he gets grown H e I son of Vero Beach, are visiting her
likes to play a harmonica and sing sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mr.*. Malcolm Lewis, for a few The most important new car in America'J! \'J

I lAD Y TO SERVE YOU OCT. 2nd New Forestry Bill days.Misses Ann Crosby, Annette '

Should Be Boon Green and Lavonla Hodges"were t

To Small Owners In Starke on business Saturday Important "-...It's Smart I Smart to look at...

& Mr.' and Mrs. O. W. Davis and Here today. The r 68 smart Incheswide..head to own I Notice the.xua-wtd.door.groat.wt ...
, Signing of the Bikes Farm Forestry children visited Mr. and Mrs. room and 17 room 9QIore1AndIookl
) Th. back of 111.
folds
Richard Davis rear soot forward
Bill by President Trumanrecently I of Jacksonville
giving you 51 cubic Mt of .toraq..pac almost
I achievement Sunday.
was a major double that of the
largest sedan trunk
compartment I
, for more than 1,250.000 small timberland Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons. of I l
agar Cure & Smoke House Facilities owners In the South. In Mont loch were supper guests of Important I>ecav_.., WI Tough. I Husky. Double. j
the opinion of leaders of the For- her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. C I Channel From, reinforced like a st.*.l bridge I Th.
est Farmers Association with Mott Saturday night. rear axle Hypold geared as In most t expensive oars.
I Available headquarters In Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. Grover Moore and sons, Extra-wld 'windshield and windows give you to*
The new law, designated as Bryant and Buford of Stsrke. vis- largest vision area In any low-priced _...abort turn .
Public Law 729 provides expanded ted her sister Mrs. N. C. Mott ay/e I Ing radius permits the easiest parking.

assistance for operators of Sunday afternoon. Important because...It's Tartly You gl 30 to 35 :
s small timberlands. It takes its Joe Brown of South Carolina Avalla blshr.med.LtH.nrrJ mlUs par gallon from the quiet responsive Supersonic "
nsme from Rep. Robert L. F. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. |1.*Uhutrated> obom). Heart 1 DLm. Engines.Henry( J-4 ey Under*,Henry J DeLuze j,
Sikes of Crestview Fla., chairman H .0 .Brown and Mrs Mary Green (itx-eyUndw at additional ml). _8 cylinders. 'v ,
of the non-partisan Congressional last weekend. ) Lower first cost..low IIIcdnleactnce..tow.r re." :
group which has actively promot Mrs. Earl Green and daughters pair bin....low.r insurance.ower.x operating _I. }!
I \ A. Lawson Market ed all forestry legislation In recent Shirley Nell and Linda Gayle were Your savings. in 'lust two years, can more than total I'I> ,
t years. In Gainesville shopping Tuesday the down payment on the Henry J. "
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The new law specifically provides afternoon.Mr. Matt to ttr *>. Brf ce "A* loadl i,
for an authorization of 12500000 : ,- and Mrs.\ Bill Miller of Jacksonville
& of Federal funds whichare visited her mother Mrs
Cold Storage to be matched by state funds Lotto Edwards last weekend.

to furnish employ Information farm foresters, advice who will and Ocala Mr. were and Mrs.guests 3.of 3.Mrs.Nipper L. of Costs less to buy. less to drive less to maintain !

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+hinrton St. Near Starke, Florida field ssslstance to owners of Um-I Jowell, Sunday.Mrs. W'J
RJi. berland. I J. D. Dukes, Sr., and : e_............._s.rsmstLIBBY
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BRADFORD COUNTY TKUttiRAPII.. 8TAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER::

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I faith in democracy as A way ol Lawtey,

, ..- Betty Long WedsJ. Shower HonoringMrs. : McKinney-Bradley Korea DiscussedBy life.The Sept 13. a boy" Ve mo

Speaker ,Who speaker was introduced b y Mr. and
M. Edwards Jr. O. D. Bennett W. B. McKinney, son of Mrs. Mrs .1, ?
I J. H. DuPre chairman of th! Green Cove
When
1 1 In Georgia Mrs. Merry Beth Smith and I!Ruby Miss Betty Goodman Bradley of, Starke daughter, and of 'Knew It club's International Service Com Kay, Sept 13 Spring e fit

Miss Nancy Knight entertainedwith picture of Korea and mittee. Mr. and Mr
Bessie Sue Bradley, also of A graphic
Mrs. ha
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C Longof Wade Starke J"
shower at
miscellaneous at the ,
a united In marriage In was presented ( v
th Starke, were Its people 8t
the State Farm announce mar Sept
their home on Walnut Street Saturday u:
of
a quiet ceremony at the home Club Wednesday by F. 0
marriage of their daughter Bett y! Sept. 16, honoring Mrs. 0 Rotary Mr. and Mr
'I L. G. Hemingway on Septem four e.e e: I.
Ann, to James Maurice EdwardsJr. Rev. Clark who served years daughter.
Bennett, who was Miss GeraldIne Susar
Ke ldcnra june Caldwell Office ., son of Mr. and Mrs. J' D. before her recent mar. ber 2. Only relatives of the couple agricultural and industrial adviserto L, Sapt

Ph. State Farm 45 Editor Phone 29 Maurice Edwards of Starke: Shaw 1 attended. the mission program of that EASE PRlCKLYhl

riage. I At the present time Mr.
country. 8
----- took Saturday
IL -I The wedding place with and
The home was decorated Diaper
of the Me- Rosh.
Owner Clark is superintendent ..
Sept 23 In the Methodic and white i Property Relief from neE, ,
chrysan. ,
gladioli h
School Staff pink at Pen "
Tea-Shower Church Community 'kin Ind
morial Home Irrltatl.m p
Lovely at Folkston, Ga., with Corn.
.
parsonage the ru
themuma throughout double Blames City Mr and Mrs. Doyle E. Starling .ell..ted
Miss Fields Has InstallationThe Rev. Henry E. Stipe officiating. and hall. The dinIng I ney Farms. all minor LYCQ.BQ'IOL Skin M q,.
Honoring rooms spacious the Lawtey a girl, Glenda Jo, Sept. 1""IUon..
Flood maner-b..k
her wedding For Damage He said, that In his opinion 1.lr.n.,
The bride chose for i table was covered with a lace 15. IL elI
At Beasley Home:( newly Installed officer and a street length dress of navy blu cloth and with a large Korean problem would never be Vernte
Methodist Church centered I Joe Arnold, who resides at Park until the country Is once Mr. and Mrs. Fadgett, t
teachers of the solved
MrB. O. L. Beasley :Mrs. J. W' In taffeta with tunic edged with embroidery crystal bowl of fall flowers : and South Streets, appeared before the people are .._ _.. -- -----
School had a supper meeting net. With this she wore more united and
Klncaid. Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs t the education'building Monday blue accessories and her' The honoree was presented with the City Council last week tc given some form of self government ) cA5K THE MAN HQ JKNQWS'OURWAmi MAKIpR

K. O. Duncan, Mrs. C. A. Knight' evening to make plans for the navy was of pink carnations. many beautiful and useful gifts.I enter a complaint concerning dam- under the guidance and pro

and Mrs. M. F. Brown were hoe new year which begins October 1. corsage Mr. and Mrs. Edwards are re About twenty friends of the bride age occasioned to his property by tection of some of the other democracies -.
teepee Thursday afternoon from I Invited to enjoy this occa water overflowing In Alligator
were
of the world.
General Superintendent W. B siding at present in the Billy!
until six o'clock at a shower I ,
four sion with her. Creek during the recent storm.
Miss Hazel Fields Sewell presided and the pastor Dowling cottage on Kingsley Lake I The 'speaker said that Russia
tea honoring: to Herbert Green, Rev. T. G. Mitchell, discussed the Mrs. Bennett will leave next Mr. Arnold stated that the asphalt got the best of the bargain when

whose marriage of October In purposes of the Worker's Conference Junior WomenTo week to join her husband in Pittsburgh .! tile flooring in his home was the country was divided at the 38th '
event ,15
will be GUTAR
an
Church. and the advance emphasis on Pa.Friendship. I damaged to the extent of approximately parallel since the best agriculturalland ,), '.
First Presbyterian
the
affair evangelism through the Church Meet MondayThe $100 when water rose tc and most of the industries "-'

The setting? for this Walnut lovely Street School for the next six months Class II a height of from two to four are located in the northern part ..
was the spacious Junior Woman's Club will
feet in the house. He said that in
]Mrs. Mitchell presented the liter. of the country. He said that
home of Mrs. Beasley. hold its regular monthly meeting Has Supper PartyThe .
his the overflow
opinion was caused
ature to be used for the fall quarter. South Korea could never be self-
arrangements of seasonal evening, October 2, at 8
Numerous Monday by the City opening the drain sustaining cut off from the resources -
flowers were placed to advantage o'clock In the Woman's Club Friendship Bible Class of
age canal north of the Call Street North. My personal Integrity and profession, bucked
and teachers were of the by
throughout the rooms of The officers building.All the First Presbyterian ,Church bridge without I Fine Watch 40Ia
making In
home. Pink carnations were Installed by the pastor at the closeof held Its regular monthly meeting any pro. Mr. Clark said that in his opinion of experience Repairing, U your Goumt
the members are advised that vision for taking the excess water
Authorized
the morning service last Sundayas last at the Mitchell the United Nations would be of Satisfaction. Distributor for Balallh
used In the 1lving-room; yellow but. the meeting night has been Changed Friday night away south of the bridge. This Bulova Watches
follows: Klngsley Lake. obligated to help the Koreans II IIIi Elgin, and
In the cottage on morally
ton chrysanthemums recep- to Monday instead of Thurs I causes the water to bank up at
tion hall and Picardy gladioli and Members of the Board of Education day. Following a delicious supper this point faster than it can getaway rebuild the country when Ed Simpson

giant yellow chrysanthemums in : Miss Anne Cre ler"' Mrs Miss Nina Bishop will be in a business session was held pre I I Mr. Arnold said He suggested I peace Is finally declared. Roads

the music room. Herbert Deal, Bert Newco'mb, Mrs. of the entitled, sided over bythe class president,, that the creek bed be opened bridges, homes public buildings, Xmbniird Alrlln Hallway Watrh In.prctor
charge program
Titus Olson C. S. Partin, Judge W. T. Jackson. and crops have been largely destroyed
Shades of yellow were used In the "Citizenship." I up at least to a point that GEM JEWELRY
and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, V. J W. A. Scott led with the openIng he said and if the other
flowers and candles In decoratingthe Mrs. Bobby Alvarez will serveas I ;would enable the water to get below awtr
Rape, Jim Bitch W. B. Sewell and< prayer, and Mrs. Gladys Mo- country in this sorry state after t
The table
dining room. tea chairman of the hostess com: : town without damaging prop
Miss Caol White.W. ser, a guest from Brooklyn, N. Y.,j nations walk off and leave the I
covered with an Imported linen
was mlttee and will be assisted by Mis )
sang. Also a guest was Fred I erty.Mr. victory, it will mean that a large
cloth with insets of point de B. Sewell, general superintendent
Della Rosenberg. Miss Annette Arnold stated that he felt
_. will lose
world
Hansen of Brooklyn. portion of the
White, aecre- u
Venice lace. A silver bowl of yel- ; Miss Carol
Simpson, Mrs. Natalie Reid Mrs he was entitled to reimbursementfor I
hold the
decided to
It regular
was
low roses, flanked by tall yellow tary-treasurer. Robert Barksdale, Mrs. Olin White, the damage to his property.

candles In silver holders, centered Adult Division: V. J, Rape, sup- Jr., Miss Sara Barefoot, Mrs. H I fourth monthly Thursday meetings of each on month The Council took the matter under W.'U bet you'll say:

the'table. Silver compotes,* hold-i erintendent; Mrs. A. Wood C. S A. Bishop, Jr., Miss Bobble Cam Instead of Friday during the foot- advisement. '-

ing yellow and white mints, and Partln, J. 1. Cooper, Mrs. Herbert eron and Miss Freddie Wimberly. ball

silver trays of sandwiches and Deal, teachers. The season.class is enthusiastic in its Wm.. A. AndrewsAt BEST PORK BOA!
cakes decorated with/ yellow roses
Youth Division: Jim Bitch, superintendent Kindergarten Class work, and new members and visitors -
added further charm to the table. Texas AF Base
; Hugh Ingram, Mrs. invited to i
cordially

The sliver services placed at T T. Long, teachers. Has Lake OutingThe tend are the weekly meetings each atj Pvt. William Andrews, 20, son sl : J I EVER BOUGHT!]
each of the tea table
end long were Children's Division: Mrs. E. K. Kindergarten Department Sunday morning at 10 o'clock in of Mrs. Thelma Dyal of Starke, has
Mrs. J. H. Fields
presided over.by
church
Nur- the parlors.
Perryman, superintendent of the Methodist Sunday School] '
begun a course of indoctrination
mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. .
sery: Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. Merry enjoyed an outing at the J. R. I training at Lackland Air Force
Adam Green mother of tthe bride
I Beth Smith. Kindergarten: Mrs. WainwrIght place on Kingsley WSCS Circle Notice, Base, San Antonio, Texas.In .
groom-elect. Titus Olosn. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright last week -
Lake of
"* Wednesday the basic
Greeting: guests at the door were Primary: Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. After swimming a picnic lunch Circles of the Methodist WSCS land he .will receive training well at rounded Lack-

Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. A. E. 1... Matthews, Mrs. T. H Slade was enjoyed by the children. will'meet Monday afternoon. at ,3 a

C. Durden, and presenting the I. Mrs. C. J. Frazier, Mrs. H. A. :Mrs Titus Olson, department o'clock as follows: military preparatory In schooling for

guests to the receiving line 'were Stafford, Mrs. C. E. Hernwall. superintendent, was assisted in Circles One and Two have been Force progress a specialized Air

Mrs. I* G. Powell and Mrs. E. L Juniors: Mrs. T G. Mitchell, Mrs entertaining by the class teachers Invited to meet at the new home career. During this initial
he will be
course
Matthews. The receiving line war Nelson Green Mrs. H. C, Ritch Mrs. Wainwright and Mrs. Howard ot. Mrs E. M. Rooks in Gainesville. vocational given complete
composed of the hostesses and the Miss Madge Whigham. Stafford. Circle Three will meet at the and aptitude testing along -

honoree Miss Fields. home of Mrs. J. L. Cooper on personal guidance counselingto A&P's "Super Right" Policy -
determine his entrance into a

and Others serving assisting were Mrs.entertaining Mattle Ga-' W. O. W. To Meet W. M. S. Notice, North Walnut St. suitable technical training assignment Gives Everyone Fair Share

hagen, Mr*. W. B. Sewell. Mrs. J. R Starke Camp 134, Woodmen of The Doris Knight Circle of the U- D. C. To MeetThe I Base on leaving the Gateway of Choice Center Cut With

Walnwrlght. Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs: the World, will hold a special Baptist WMS- will meet in the ,
T. Mrs. H. C. Mrs'R. Weeks Chapter UDC Each Rib and Loin RoastmTenderloin
T. Long. Hitch. meeting tonight (Friday) begin church Tuesday night, Oct. S, at W. T. Adult
F. Demorest, Misses Evelyn ning at 8 o'clock in the-W. O. W. 7:30: o'clock. Mrs.: T. Frank will meet at 3 o'clock Wednesday Spanish Class Not Removed!

Newsome, Evelyn and Lillian hall. All members are requestedby Landrum will have charge of the afternoon, Oct. 4, at the home of I To Begin Monday;

Stump, Lucille Mitchell and Dottie Secretary A. W.'Masters to be program. Hostesses will be Mrs. Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. Mrs. M. F.
Still
Sue Blgga. present for initiation of new candi- E. C. Mann, 'Jr., Mrs. :J. K. Doug Brown will be co-hostess. Has Vacancies "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN SKINLESS ALL MEAT

Mrs.., L. A. Canova, Mrs.,E. M dates into the fraternity., Also' las and Mrs.. C.; A. Knight.J ', t 1 Want to learn to speak Span '
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Davis and MIss Louise Stern play. W. O. W. state representative R' : Odd Fellows NoticeThe ,IshVell now's your chance. Sirloin Steak Ib; 99c"SUPERRIGHT" Ib. pkg.ALL .

ed appropriate piano selection DeLoach of Tallahassee will. be O. E. S. To MeetThe Evening classes for the study of ,
throughout the calling hours. Odd Fellows fish try has I
present at the meeting. that language are now being or- GOOD BANNER
The honor guest ,was the recipient Starke Eastern Star will been postponed until Thursday of or
ganized the adult
as a part
Beef First CutRib
Standing
of many lovely gifts from her hold its first meeting of the fall evening, Oct. S, due to bad weather. education at Bradford
program Sliced Bacon Ib.
hostesses and assembled friends asa Class Party ,season Monday night at 8:30: o'- This event was to have been High School. pkg. -

remembrance of the! delightful clock. All members are urged tot held at Harold Mills' camp on Roast Ib. 79c"SUPERRIGIIT"
The Junior Class of the Presbyterian Brooklyn The classes will meet once a
occasion. The gifts were displayedon attend. hake. SHORT SHANK SMALL
the sun porch. Church, with Mrs. A. C. week on Monday In the home

Llbhart as teacher, enjoyed a economics room at the high school
About hundred
one guests were COOKED Ih.
invited to.call. during the after swim party at the W. E. Dowling buildIng, from 8 to 9 P. M., and FRESH PICNICS .

noon. home of Kingsley Lake last Satur will begin October 2.

day afternoon. After an enjoy- Lawrance Gibson, high school Ground Beef lb. 59c HEADLESS & DRESSEDPanready

Mlmwjrmph paper, Ink, ntrncllacorrection able period of games and swim. C Spanish instructor who will teach ,

fluid styll. Bradford ming... refreshments were served the classes, states that there Is Whiling -
- still room for adults
County Telegraph. by the hostesses seven more Florida Gr. A Dressed & Drawn
in the first Classes
.. Well, the football orison got off while moonlight fishing Saturday group. are "SUPER-RIGIIT" WESTERN
limited to 25.
to a loud, resounding bang last I night and had everybody worried Instruction is free and adult Fryers lb. 59c
any
concerning his whereabouts. ,. Brisket Beef Ib. .
IG DANCE Friday night with everybody who. Didn't awake until Bill Graham over high school age is Welcometo -
enroll. A study of Latin American -
is anybody packed into Memorial
came home from the football gameIn .
Stadium to see the Tornadoes Gainesville and rounded him up'Spotter culture will be included in \ ANN FVOH\ 303 VASpaghetti
(\
Round & Square the course as well as commercial mmFALL ... : -
B trounce Williston. Then the following J . .
an' Jotted: Jeannettt Spanish.
Music by GEORGE SMITH night Call Street moved and George Jones moving back to Interested persons are requestedto
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almost en mass to Gainesville for CROPS-REFRESHING PRICES
Gainesville, where she'll reenter write (do, not telephone) Mr.
& His Rhythm Ramblers Pork .
the Fla.-Citadel fracas Among school Seems George will stay Gibson in care of the Bradford and Beans -
those glimpsed at this event were
IN PERSON School.
out this and continue workingat High
the Robert Barkleys, June Patel year A\TI P4fSH A 1ST. FLAVORS
Eddie Hartmann's furniture fac- Bananas lbe 12c
Clellon Coalson, the Don Champions golden ripe Sparkle Gelatin '
ea.
tory. Margaret an' Mac MeGriff ,
$1.00 per 9:00: til-every Friday nite Bill Grahams Junius Smiths becoming full-Hedged Call-
Billy Powells John Torodes Leslie ANN PAttH 13 OZ.

couple Blggses, H. C. Browns,Tommy streeters the GE!:again.showroom. She's while helpingat Mac it D AttR ILC GRAPES Red Tokay Ib -12c Peanut Butter -
J. R. Stubblnses
PELICAN CLUB Rltches Kites Pete ,
at the McGrtff establishment on
n-: AP SMALL (3KIDH V
C K. Hayeses, Ernest Bradleys Temple Ave. Margaret says '' STARKE SIZE
Charley Johnses, C. A. Knights to be Peas, No. 2 canAP .
"It makes me very happy CELERY
Utah Pascal19c I
Jimmy Hobbies, Jim Rltches and
back in Starke". Hear that Lt. FrI., Sat., Sept.29 30
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son. Franklin, Charlie Parker :VO. 1 TALL CAN
Garnlta Hutto Janet Anderson Francis Williams has already been DOUBLE FEATURE Fruit .
shifted to Guam. His new ad- Cocktail -
Bobby Turner, Foster Shi Smith dress Is 20th Air Force, APO 239, Smart AlecksLeo Apples Jonathan SIb bag 39c
Go Steve Weldon, Ed Simpson Paul care of Postmaster, San Franclacr UP No.7 VANPineapple
Raymond and Arthur Holiday. Chunks .
Gorcey, Bobby Jordan
Quite a turn out I'd say, -ANDEagle's CARROTS, Bunch . lOc
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1fJr Pat Lambe |ie feeling much better 'n''IF.I.D' SO OZ.

Hear that Jarqurlln Moorer and these Seems she finally Pan .
To The days. K' Cake Mix -
small daughter, accompanied by got the luggage back that BroodWm. HONEY DEW MELONS, ea. 39c
Murel Gardner, left Monday for
she lost on her trip to Canada. tNN PtflH 13: OZ.
Galveaton, Texas where they will Evelyn Newsome was visiting Morris lloyd Jimmy Ellison CAULIFLOWER, I large head23cSyru Maple flavor .
meet Jacq'a husband, Leon. Also Cartoon & Serial pp.
Williams in Waycross Ga. the
Seems that he's in the Merchant White POTATOES 10 lb. bag 29c
ins u.
week. Seems he
first of the ,
Marine and will be in the Texas Sun.,, Moo, Oct. 1, :2
left for the Army on Wednesday Dog Food 2 E for

In Your Own Home port lations for are a few certainly days. In. order Congratu-thl.wel'la. .from. Noon Hallandale Wainwright(wherever postcard thatIs The CaptureLew GRAPEFRUIT, new crop, ea. lOc TOILET SOAP

Its a boy (James Edward) ) Say's he's connected with Ivory bar
Ayres, Teresa' Wright large
,
for Mandy and Edgar Wilkinson.
an insurance company there. Lux Soap Flakes
large pkg. 28c
Born Thursday, Sept. 21, in Alachua ; -
to Liz an' Howell TOILET
Congratulations MON., OCT. 2 ONLY SOAP

for County the Larry Hospital.Gibson. Twas, and a girl another Naaworthy years of married who will life celebrate come next 29: ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON Lifebouy Soap, bath bar . 12c Ivory, med. bar 2jglJ

girl (their fourth) for Candy Wednesday. Hear that Buddy CHEETAHAdmliwloni TOILET SOAP

With and Myrtlce the Dennises Dennis.were. At still last undecided report Bishop U one of the 27 Florida Soapy Rich Rinso Ige. pkg. 28c Ivory, personal bar 2_for f
district chairmen appointed by the Children 23c,

about a name for the little used Gator\ Bowl Association to spear Adults 48c matinee & evening Lux Toilet Soap, bath bar 12c TOU.RT 8OtPCamay
newcomer' having already head ticket sales for the New bar 2j for<
SetFROM up most of their favorite feminine :years'Day football classic. Tuesday Oct. S ONLY Lux reg.
TV Toilet
titles. .. Soap, reg. bar 2 for 17c ...
01- Armored CarRobbery TIURfl IIIHT9 OfT
Writ, all the college contingent .
Hear that Dan Hazen. a master has taken off in various directions Lifebouy Soap, reg. bar 2 for 17c Tide Ige. pkg. -
with that Jacksonvillejet
sergeant leaving Call Street witha. Adele Jerjlns, c=-. McGraw
fighter (National Guard) outfit kind of forlorn and Swan Soap bar OCTACIOVCleanser .
will leave some time between Oct. woebegonelook. Plus Short & News reg. 2 for 17c .
But cheer up folks they'llbe -

ls 11 &slated 21 for to California.undergo six. The months'training unit back Christmas and things will Wed, Thnrs.. Oct. 4. 5 Swan Floating Soap, bath bar 14c '

certainly be humming then. t DOUBLE FEATURE -

parts unknown there before, so departing Gerry and for Hear maid. that Nona the Jones faithful, accompanied McKnight Golden Gloves Story Silverdust large package 29c ) { .t'J

Chas. C. Shepherd I daughter, Sandra will accompanyhim. Dolores and her mother to Southern James Dunn NSW 1'10 RI"I.E I I' '1Ifl'I' : lyrAl1
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Of course, they bate leav- College Sunday so that she \
ing Jacksonville, where they were could help "Miss Dolores" unpackfor SURF, Ige. pkg. . 28c ,

just getting settled down good in her first year In college. ANDSARUMBA MP POWDER .... .,. -
Service We
What Sell"Call
"We .
For
thetr new home. the past
That's what I call true devotion. ,
year Dan has been working ai DowUng.'1UcJMoa1"haleo Silverdust, Ige. pkg. . 29c Call St.

aircraft Inspector at the National Ho long -r- you In the Tins Latect World News 300 East

239 STAKKE I Guard Airport Kingsley Flash: next. -7- Cashmere Bouquet, bath bar 13c STARKE, FLORIDA
Hear that John Gill went to sleep -Carolyn





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Misses Helen Whitehead and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Miss 23x28 Inch pouter board In IW'V' D.. vicar of the St. Mark's Episcopal -I guests assembled was decorated! the evening she talked to the

Hilda Brown have returned from Evelyn Newsome spent TuesdayIn eral color Oe _.... Bradford Church. "Church school begins with lavender gladioli and white family via telephone from her

a vacation trip to Tennessee. They Waycross. Ga., vlslUng Mrs. County Telegraph. at 9:45: A. M. Sunday with asters. Guests were greeted at home In Newton, Kansas.

toured Lookout mountain In Chat Vlckers' cousin Mrs. W W. Van Patel and family spent Sun claaaes for all ages nursery the entrance by Mrs. Kennedy

tanooga and went on to Nashville Whealer.Old day in Palatka with Mr. and Mrs. through junior high" the vicar and presented to Mr. Baker, whc linker Family Reunion

where they attended the Grand newspaper rent-a-ponnd at Merton Galloway. While there aid. The church Is open dally stood with Mrs Johnson. The twelfth annual Baker family

IN THE NEWS Ole Opry and visited the Parthenon the Bradford County Telegraph. Margie, June and Dottie had their for prayer and meditation. Miss Ann Vance kept the guest reunion was held at Keystone
and Centenlal Park. book Mrs. Wayne Sargent Heights Beach, 17.
On the Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot own 15 minute program over the presided Sunday Sept.
6 return trip they also Palatka at the punch bowl, and Miss Seventy-four relatives were
'- enjoyed two afternoon In Sand- radio station, with Margieat pres- I
spent Monday
Of Miami spent Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. L. D I days in Atlanta Ga. erson with Mrs. W. F. Barefoot the piano.CARLOAD. Keystone{ Heights Martha Sargent served birthday ent, attending from South Carolina

Torres this week visit- Green Mrs. C. D. WIlliams, Mrs Friends of Mrs. E. L. McKnightwill Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover were OP CKMENT Just cake to the guests. Mrs. Ella Sloss Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa,
days here Lex Green and J. F. Hunt and Mrs. Irene John be Interested to know that' Gainesville af Received. Starke Builders Supply. and Mrs. A. Vance assisted the Vero Beach, Island Grove Gainesville
.. and dtra Hanea.: attended the Methodist WSCS her brother. Lonnie Langston of ternoon. visitors Thursday Mr. and Mrs. 3, E. Jones of Orlando 00th Rlrthitey Anniversary host and hostesses' In entertaining Palatka Keystone and other '

dlra L D. service Seminar In Daytona Beach of last Lubbock Texas will be one of the are here thin week with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs S. B. Kennedy and their guests. Eighty-four visitors' places.
pille. photographic Shop week. live underwriter speakers at the Children's oxfords 1.98 &. Jones' brother and sister-in-law Mra. Lola Johnson entertained at called during the evening showering All seven of the original brothersand "
.00 ('atl1t'ra Gift annual convention of the National 2.98 at STUMP'S. Mr. and Mrs. James Dennis. the home of the former here Mon the guest of honor with birth I sisters were present the oldest '
Ph. 263 Mr. and Mra. Foster
d Flurlela( Theatre. and Shi Smith Association of Life Underwritersnow Mr. and Mrs. reward\ Akridgeand Mr. and Mrs. H. V, Knight spent day evening, Sept. 18, with a reception day cards, gifts, and greetings. I I being S. A. Baker 95, of Tim- &
family spent Sunday in Bran
8lsters
Green and honoring Mrs. Kennedy'sand Mr. Baker, the oldest resident! of monsvllle, S.C.
D. being held in children and Mr. and Mrs. J
Washington few
L. ford with a days this .week In Cocoa
n. Williams, Mrs. J. P. Mrs. J. J. Mrs. Smith's mother D. C. Mr. Langston Is recognizedas L. Cole and children spent Sunday where Mr Knight went on business I. !Mrs. Johnson's father D. F. the community, has made his home I I A business meeting of the family i
and yfrL Irene Johns visit. Ltpaey. one of the top-ranking Insur. sightseeing In Cedar Key. Baker on the occasion of his Both in Keystone for the past 27 years I.was held In the morning, followed "1 j

urea In Mayo Wednesday Little Evelyn Thomson of Lloyd ance men of the Southwest. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern and birthday anniversary. Mr. Baker's third daughter wa, by lunch. The afternoon as spent >
la spending this week here with her Mrs. J. W. Kincald and Mrs The living room where the,I unable to be present, but during swimming and visiting.
Connie- Miss Louise Stem Sunday a
Lo-Ifeelers in all spent Edward
CE\IENT: JU1'It' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F the Burns spent WednesdayIn
,.U> OF Builders Supply. Stump. new fall shades 5.05.: Slump's afternoon in Gainesville with Mr. Jacksonville .. -- ,

,4. :Stark! Mrs. A. Z. Adkins visited rela- and Mrs. W. Q. Nowbern. I'IMM Royal desk model typ -

lives at Jacksonville Beach this B. W. Schaeffer of Atlanta. Ga. urlter. A-l romllUmi. Cash or
,week while Judge Adkins wag, .was a weekend guest of his nephew term, Bradford Telegraph. YOU SAVE at DENMARK'SerSUliS and see!

holding court at Bronson.Mr. and niece, Mr. and Mrs. T. B Miss
Haven Crosby, accompanied -
and Mrs. Clinton R. Holt. Harding. They spent Sunday by Mrs. George Zeigler of Give Us A Chance To Prove It! j

Ingsworth of Lakeland spent several afternoon at Silver Springs. Palatka spent a few d-iys recent

days this week with Mrs. Second hand Royal desk typewriter ly with relatives In Miami.
__ Dedicated To Community Service Holllngsworth's{ mothe.Ira.. Excellent ..hal..... Terms Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Oliver of WE HAVE SOME NICEJearlliflll
"Movies Are Better Than Ever" Laura Colley. Bradford County Telegraph. Jacksonville were guests of Mr.

Mr and Mrs. M. D. Elder and Dr. and Mrs. M./B. Herlong will and Mrs Gilbert Brown Wednesday -

rdav. Sept. 30 ONLY Tues. & Wed., Oct. 3 & 4 children have moved into the Biggs return today from Wayne vllle, N afternoon of last week. Oil CIRCULATORS B LAN K E T SAND
C., where
FEATURE -.- cottage; on Kingsley Lake. Mr. they spent the past We have mime typewriter paper
t'BLE and Mrs. Neal P. Joyner and three months at their summer BOO sheeted only OOct r Bradford

Knot*! /Mlnttl family, who formerly occupied this home. County Telegraph. Double Blankets Just Arrived!

CAPTIVE'GIRL house, have moved into the B. 0 Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Simmons Mrs. Johnny Jones and childrenof 1

r.4auso Elder house lit Kingsley VillageThe visited relatives In Miami last Waycrosn, Ga., :were week.

E. O. Elders have moved to week. end guests of Mrs. Jones parents WOOD
Lawtey to be nearer Mr. Elder' Friends will\ be Interested tc Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick. HEATERS Luxurious 81** Jt r

work at Cecil Field. learn that Mrs. Ben F. Hall ha Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shields and ThlrkneM

FREE returned to her home here after Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman
w' TELEVISION SHOW for
('hUd..nooot ICanrh". Satur- undergoing an operation In St.Vlncent'a were among those from here attending ONLY
SAND- Hospital, Jacksonville, the Florida-Citadel football
lay, 11:30:
{V1TUKralara. a. m. at The Smart
Mrs. J. W. Killian of Waynesvllle In Gainesville
game Saturday
1 1IaeM Shoppe.Mrs.. .James N. C., Is the guest of her Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs See us about your heating 95
T. Moore
and chil-
Johnny WeismullerBuster dren spent last Friday In Green brother, J. J. Truby.Mr. 3. E. Sparks were Mr. and Mrs. problems and let us help you
Cove and Mrs. Joseph Sanders of Luther Wilson and Mr. and Mrs.
Crabbe Springs with Mrs. Moore'rparents Valdosta Ga., spent herr solve them
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Roson- Sunday Leroy Wilson all of Green Cove
bush. with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Springs.
1 /
I Mrs.
Jesse Newsome. 4
Plus Latest, News & "Daffy Duel*[ Jlr. and Mrs. S. L. Alvarez and I 4

Hunt" Cartoon children, Anita Travis and Pat. I Term Remington If desired adding Bradford machine County St. Mark's EpiscopalHoly 9 x 12

g.. / I lea;, returned Ohio, and recently will make from their Toledo : Telegraph.Mrs.. { communion will be adminIstered GLAMORUGS-
R. G. Crowell called
was Sunday morning during the I
home
here. At present they are
Tampa Thursday by the death of 1
11 o'clock service accord
sermon ,
Thurs. & Fri., Oct. 5 & 6 living: with Mr. Alvarez's mother, her father Ervin Harpster. to I ; ,
Mrs. Lewis Lee and Mr. Lee. Mr. ing the Rev. B E. Simmons, B I II

Alvarez Is a dealer for the Rex-
WAJtlfaa.:0-- awrM'aaos
.
mile Book Land Cartoon : I ) ...w air Office products... Nii|>|iHi>s ..f all kln

  • 11 king! of Itorkermen" ,. Bradford County Telegraph. I

    .__ Mrs. Mae Jones has returned CLOSE OUTAt GltunoniK* eungatre| with mush higher priced rug In l.".k*. tAsk

    & Jinn, Oct 1& 2 to her home in Jacksonville after your neighbor. how .they '''.c.... Conks look thrill over 3850only
    e J1.J the
    .L" pending past week here with
    -, you'll |M' Mirprlsnl how nl('o they look-both. new and MerjiurH !
    NA TURNER oala OORbON. her brother-in-law and sister Dr. BARKSDALE'S Fri. & Sat. will lx ..
    I of u_ Think how much warner jour room
    and Mrs. W E. Middlcton 3.00 month
    DAYS MACRAE I per j
    when It gels t rolil.
    AYMILLAND \ '
    j Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Prldgen of
    I'Jacksonville .,'
    I mm WRE ARDEN- [wlt'll! ( I this weekend will of be Mr.the and guest Mrs One Lot Values to 9.93 tn Men's Sweaters

    Life O&! ._. ..DAVID 811liti[ r'--: ''.'::::.":' I Leslie Biggs.CARLOAD: Men's Dross Shoes Denmark Furniture Co.
    : : ------ -- -- OF CEMENT: JuttRcfeUcd. .
    Going+ At 5.95 1998Ladies'
    I Starke Itulhler Supply .;1
    er OW'n Plus "Little CJuarker" Cartoon & \Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones and Mlas FUEE DELIVERY USE OUR BUDGET PLAN PHONE 151

    Elise Jones of Gainesville were 0
    .t "ltwolIn Itlot" Short "Hi-ll Drivers" Sport ShortINSURANCE guests Sunday of Mrs. S. L. Peck. Boy Sweaters .

    Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Bitch of Black Pumps

    Jacksonville ..spent the weekend 98c

    Branch of .with relatives here. 1.98 INCREASE Your INCOME

    my Mr. and Mrs R. L. Fowler and! ,

    son, Dick, and Mrs. Ruby Collins I..adies' Childs' Sweaters

    spent the weekend In, Orlando.
    Mrs. Collins and her grandson remained Black Pumps !' f

    for a week's visit with 2.98 1 1.00 d'


    friends.iFUKK TELEVISION' SHOW for One Lot Ladies'DRESSES Speak Effectively !

    1 C. WALL AGENCY ...1.lItlr'nrrohat llanrh". Saturday One Lot Ladies" '

    11:30: a. m., at The Smart t

    PLEASE PHONE 146 Shoppe.Mrs. S. T. Dell of Galnesvlll Sweaters $1 Greatly Reduced! Conquer Fear, Develops Confidence J .

    Constant $ervice Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- was the weekend guest of her ,

    sisters Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Don't inltw thin money Bating; opportunity! Other Item niliunlBARKSDALE'S .
    Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, at Kingsley Send for FREE information about I. : .
    DEPARTMENT STORE J
    --- Lake. Mrs.!: Brownlee and Mrs. .

    Wilson returned Monday to their _
    the World Famous
    .1 I respective homes here. I
    Remington portable typewriter. -

    ltj!: .IJ4D Terms If diitlrwl. Bradford County w t"" '
    Cu.hman motor MOVINO A HAULING: of any kind DALE CARNEGIE
    r In cord condition. See nilly Jackson, Jackson Transfer Telegraph.
    \ U Bradford County 'Tel.dh Co., Ph. 16S or 49-W. tf Mr. and Mrs. J. L.. Cooper and :?

    SINGER SEWINO MACIITNH CO, children spent Sunday and Mon r COURSE I
    'tIK IOI'RV.CI.o' 403 N. Marlon St, lAke City, Fla. day In Orlando as guests of Mr. take ,
    -alin. nrrvlFT.' phOB* 10 for NEW and USEI) Singer Sew- i
    1" Kln-lrl Service :, Inv Machinal. Reasonable monthly Cooper's mother Mrs. L. A. Min we If you aspire to ItuainesH! Leadershipyou will
    terms and special. Quarterly nls. While there Mr. Cooper attended DALE CARNEGIE A.ta..5
    tiller Seml-Annual, and Annual term" find there I I" no substitute! for Effective Speaking "How ovlrn Frlf.U cad IndamPvoplo '
    RF.PA.RF.DI the show. _
    '... for '..rm.... Come In to see u gift .Maiv
    For 38 the .t.atop W.rrriagDale
    and
    All Modtl. the to Handle People. ,
    Ability years :
    lu'eknra.4 ......!..*. or phone 880 or!In write u. home or free Second .sheets 85c for 500. Bradford nd -.e. I.l l....'
    demonatratlons your Carnegie Course in Effective Speaking and
    ; :"n Telegraph.Mrs. .
    ..d....... St...... MO tf County
    tPfc. Martha Smith and MU Human Relations has successfully trained thousandsof

    ROSES-vuarantaod to. from live and the Audrey Newman spent the week. ambitious men and women throughout the country.
    AAR.SVlnner.
    IIII'PII"'O..ItAPJI9.llte p. 1''I'D' south'bloom. larKeKt growers of patented end with friends In Daytona Learn how this training can help you achieve Thing Thin )
    Training
    ItlLt1.. : On. ...!....A I 'color raft free Write....now'..10.for. new TV-,TEX full Beach. positions of leadership, enable you to speak with 10 \VIII Help Y"" !>.> '

    a33ladinS..,HER Stark Nt'RSERIES.TEXAS. EOX 6J2, TYLER.4t g-89 Poll Parrott shoes for boys: better poise and confidence in private and before groups;

    & girls 3.50 to 5.95.: Stump's. care prepare you for increased earning power.
    Yt-v.pmfJ: a income Ta. ... S.r AROB COTTAGE FOR RENT. by I Among: those attending the DIs .. Pr..re fee' Lred.ekl.
    and. Mra C. pKlnohen, week or month on Lake Santa
    ',. 2261 I trlct Seminar of theMethodist
    nIT"lirhl. Fe. Phone Keystone Height
    12111 0' Plans For Fall Classes In Starke .
    lot a. .
    It, Me'olle.' 4t loge or write. Box 28 Malroae. tr WSCS in Gainesville Thursday spent Ktfrvtlvrlr. Kmmllr

    Le ROYal deck model type. HOUSE FOR SALE: Stucco framaconntructlon. were Mrs. W. Q. Halle. Miss Amy Will Be Announced Later.
    S In'h 1 .. old. 5 room, A. Imyrov Yoar Pol.e
    rerrlage. A-l conI yr Coburn, Miss Kate Struth, Mrs
    l Its '""h. Term 8iA with a tolleta & lavatcrleii. shower. f
    I it Bradford bath 1 10-g-al ua water heater.H Herbert Deal ,Mrs. H. H. Adams, OFyOllIbar
    County Tele-
    4. Win KrlrpKl. Influfnrr
    dh mile cleat.tor of canto town terms on highway.Bargain conaldrad. Mi's. Titus Olson, Mrs. Mae Green, COURSE TO BE SPONSORED BY People

    --I.r ot. Shout n"d farm o' eattl .. See Strout Real Estate 4t -2g Aemv. Mrs. H. C. Ritch and Mrs. T. O e. I.'........ "'.... Ilraeorr III
    100 lb.! a S.ar.-
    t ,,, Mitchell.
    '. I
    I'lH''. i i ruhber-tlre"... wup FOR SALE: S ..alv... ;r..e" ..I.II Star Brand dress & work .
    L ...,P nhir? > vk Earl flatten Club of Starke 4* <>ni* m ll'llvtf 9..celivor.
    20 hr. nu rney milk I I
    $229.
    L:? Hark Farm, H>llbrr>nr 2 mile I south ;Stark on Itt. 10 11*: i shoes for men & boys. Stump's Rotary :
    ltp 911904Manue Mary Rivers Stubbins was the rll. llrtlrr l.vKcr

    ,.. FOR BALE or will trade. for "rnal weekend guest of Frances Cald- IIILL GRAHAM President -
    rnmpt: : 1.I Work'auarae.. place on main highway. Hamptoi Hard well at the State Farm. 8. ......... Yeti .:...1.. lower '
    .Orrice| ; man's Flab Camp on
    ' A V 'Jjwl"1.1' r.aennabl.h" Ounnmlth, toOk.. See owner at 1'1.' ..-... Sip 1129 Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs J. ),I. Phone Mr. Graham for ilrtall And be Mire to send for ,It I'
    Brooksr. :29 .. ..:.1....
    2tp | 1model. Hembree spent Monday In Jack Y.u. veesbelary ,
    FOB Excellenlairondition your FKKK copy of Quick and Kay Way to Learn to
    : ,., nastravelled
    .i.e Innm" REMT: 10-.r.. farm 1. little. Mu"t sacrifice. fulllml -. I sonville.Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green had Speak In Public. Clip out and send the coupon. Your to"salt'. ,....-". Y... ,.....
    . S".r Stsrke. ..rj'eeta.' New d *k. platform rocker lIVE copy will be sent at once
    T-rm H R.V I : Healv mattreM. "** "" :?," as weekend guests their son-in- match the dependable quality of the .

    '4i\o.8t.\ Jeck.on.ille Martino 1.ltp -No bar *JeV ft..lnr ""rV."wl.'lIra law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs famous Standard Oil products we offer you.
    rile, ... Excellent for "mall f.rnlls' Willard Pass and eon, Gene Bert
    . Boy Marquette Plnehur.t Motor with the extra service we render taking a
    Marlon and Lewis
    ' tWouhd truck Court. Srarke. Fla. liP Ruiuell. Frank MAIL COUPON NOWI - - -
    .
    -"k. $400.i make nice pulp-' Wright all of Tallahassee.Mr. personal Interest in your car-and checking:
    at.rk. Ice Com- FOR RENT: Furnlnhed apartment.newly Mr.. W. J. and windshield
    dei-orated.. Private' entrance and Eppersonand servicing tires, radiator and

    -IF:1IT'm.: apartme"t. *Washington hath rtllltle at. Btarke.furnlehed. .11 "POIRI. W. daughters, Mary Sue and battery-so that you will be assured of low- I FLORIDA INSTITUTE I II
    and their weekend
    Dre'prv.t
    Ann
    -.. ,.d.C rp'rl.eralo.. bath.Now WANTED to help In '..tau. Sally guest Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rich cost trouble-free transportation. If you're I P. O. BOX 2565JACKSONVILLE; I II
    pan; .AWlt ">ly. Mr. rant A tourl.t court. Must live on looking for dependable products that the 7 FLORIDA
    Mad Ivan Bt, pr.mlKe.. Harry': Snack J1"' ard of Jacksonville, spent SundayIn are '
    Tourl.t. Court, highway. Or.write n..ar Cedar Key. most economical in the Idhg run, and the kind I 1 ,
    tt Blantlln
    1tFI.P: Roy B 0te.err Camp Bt.rk., Flu.' 1>p' Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Blackwelland of service, that'll bring you back_-drive in I 'ijI
    .j I" .WANTED': : R..t their weekend guest Miss Send Information about the Dale Carnegie Course, and my FREE Copy

    ""c"-' I The 1'.1IIMBOHHED"..fc| Jorak" FOR' *SALE seed: tr High per Po"..rmnV.nJaco"pin J!. Ptlgji.' Margaret Raulerson of Lake Butler to see usl I of the booklet, "Quick and Easy Way to Learn to Speak In Public." e

    I" t"r PRIol"ED ii: hoc on Itfact"nrtment. *- .Rahla,. 85q L. W. Hamilton J"t B.J JFOR attended the Florida-Citadel I I u
    football In Gainesville Sat.
    I" game
    : : -
    I"eiH toll"Humorou.Pie."REf RENT: s bedroom house.DU5: .
    urday.
    ] Jmplnt Sam furnlnhad la,*. yard. Apply'' NAME
    "i"rtm.nl. on aIL or phone aft Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy
    mere* Gift Bhoppe '
    prDept.LE I
    ' : naachtr.. N.E will have as' their guests next

    : : ltP LAST TUES. NIGHT Small bobbed. red silk week Mrs. Nasworthy'a uncle and L. B. (Red) Alvarez Service Station I ADDRESS I
    ' e"nerthe Old 1-4 thn. ,cow. 1 horn all PP"d. liP )Ir. and Mrs. J. O. Deavcr
    rem. O. Caldw.ll Notify New.om'n Pelrr.FOR aunt Temple Aye ft Call St., Starke STANDARD

    ZTo >tptp _, apartment of Brunswick Ga. L. F. Dinklns Service Station '. OH,, ; I
    : i..kJ'.r"III".d RENT: nom Tck'with Mrs. L. J. Green and daughter TOWN j
    . .. hon. on gas. Frllfldalr. Mr. tf Gainesville Temple Aye A Pratt Sfc. Stake I
    to
    HJ visitors
    .
    Feed. k 1': Houth Pt Ph Judy, were
    'I: k. < 1ft-ur. tarot. located Thursday afternoon. Harry Houston's Service Station - - - - - - -
    n FOR SALE:
    , 1 .. "k.Or women for d.mo'r a minutia from Farmers 'IItA.k.t. CARLOAD OF CEMENT JustRerelvrd. Ph. M Starke

    . "..::! '}PoPman.nt.. Writ. Box Onod Patedei.e "Pop Pullm. 101. It ale Itp h Starke Builder Supply. I -

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    PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE.!! FLORIDA -. 8F.PTf; tBr.R.


    to keep from covering; up the = ;i RISING1-1 l lMr. ada Montreal.: Province of Quebec Can 6th( 1980.OFFICIAL. SISAL Clark) of A. said 3. ThomasAs Court DOtothy r.Florid CI".lt. la C.,5(.hfth.0"4'. .

    young shoots. But really got a You sre required to appear on named October -. By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk v. Alleman0 t //Jale
    And TimesOf Alfred
    FARMER'SDIARY The Life 23rd. I960, in the above T. Frank Landrum Starke Florida J Daleolll r. t
    out of Katrtnka the plaintiff .
    lot of work Court anl, cause, wherein Attys. for Pit. 818 l( Ct 8128 \)

    tractor that day .> we cut land New River FolksBy .*. Edward Norman I seeks divorce. Bradford this County Order _____ A..p.Order...or. 81'"I'N r-unllc,,,..C.::,'.
    shall publish .
    Telegraph NOTICE OF1 ELECTION!: Mi-red. 0...
    planted cultivated. and hauled out I In n."t four weekly !18811"! seal Bradford County: of the State ot antI J. lialco.n "'h.ri.0131: 1
    We couldn't get along with. Jesse Lee Lazenby: :I Witness my hand and official Florida: address: is
    corn. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jonesand You ."r'
    September Cre
    I II I at Starke. il'loritIa this Be U that R. A. GRAY require4,
    By Sam :McGarvey out the tractor daughter Carolyn were visitors I 2111t 1960.OFFICIAL. Thomas f4.. .. ng'l.it; Jr the State o&& named October. COUI'16th ''ar ,t.t': '
    S SCWe've to Cedar last weekend I ( SEAL) A. 3. Florida do hereby give notice thai Plaintiff. "al.
    Court
    I Key Clerk ot said seekg dl"l'
    The author will be (but to receive Harold arid Janice Shiver were I A. atlnn .
    field
    at .
    been feeding our I They also visited in Starke Sim- By' Haven Crosby, Deputy ClerkT. GENERAL ELECTION "maid" ,t ;;
    County "(
    Item of Interest concernIng for time here fishing Monday. Lots of frank I-nnUrum, Starke Florida Will be held In Bradford County Order TIArlt'l1l", )hal' ,
    -' tM activities of fermerit. In corn to our hogs some people are fishing every opportunIty day.Mr. Attys, for l>lt. ___ 8I" 4t 10113 of the state of Florida on Tuesday; Wltne..11 In nest a.,...."p,'
    now and we did have them in the and Mrs. Herbert Norman. next succeeding the First Mondir. rny h""r" Iftd ;
    Bradford Oounty river is still cirhit: Count
    8uggetlon maybe nowadays-the In ('onrtHraJlord In November, A. D. 1850, the said ltht"i"9\ Florid. 'bl I'
    field for a time But now we were guests of their brother and Florida la theserry.I 8"
    office corn the
    left at the Telegraph or rather full but the fish are biting Tuesday being
    i (
    want to clean the field as we slater Mr. and Mrs. Thurman J. B. Hone, Plaintiff, vs. Beryl PBVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor OFFICIAL 81'1.IIy ; .
    mailed to Sam Lawtey up No. 80SOrder
    McGarver, I Cane
    nicely anyway. Hone, Defendant. Two (2) Railroad. and Public \I
    Florida. want to plant lupine, so we are Beulah Mae Moody was In Lake Jones, in Umatllla last weekend.I of Pnhllcatlosi And Notice'TO TAppear. XTtllltlea Commissioners of the State '. haven. Crosl;y
    Frank
    Little Julius Jones returned with I H-I'H OF FI.OHIIMi L"nd"II",
    of Florida. "
    thecorn.We
    breaking out .are. Butler visiting her grandmother I I Heryle T. hoMe whose place of r Bldene Senator. AttY..tor Pit tIe1
    United State
    In rac them to visit his grandparentsMr. Is unknown, but -In helleve For I 11:
    Had our cow. Joy, bred by artl rather small. But the doggone I getting a very light yield Mrs. Lizzie Wester who has been and Mrs. Edward Norman.Mr. I I and *altered to be Beryl '1'. Rose COOscar For Representative. of the Second I'V Ir..lt ('....-;;:-
    toot .
    a bushel hamper per 700 Bul101'k Congressional" District of the 11'101'101. r.d'.
    .
    only -
    little critter that ill for a few days. Mrs. Wester I T. TompkIns Fltspatrlck In ( hnn'er
    was so appealing ,.
    Insemination to a Jersey bull '. State of Florida In the Eighty-sec Luerde..n
    fidel and Mrs. J .C. Larramoreof of Alabama
    we State Taylor
    but small yield or not I County
    row
    had heart attack and fell to the of the United Btates llerrlt8
    and Congress
    chance ond
    take
    we decided to a < a to on October v. John r
    You required appear I A.
    named Designing Ena B. Last ve got to save it for teed ia very floor. Homeland and Mr. and Mrs.I 8 are 1980 In the above namelCourt For One (1) Member of the House1of lIorrln". D.'

    had Joy bred to an Angus buy her. She came from a large high. Then too the weevils are Elarn Lewis of Starke were visit I r.dJ; cause, wherein plalntlfseeks l Representatives of the State of Or.l... ... P..I'.nllnn ....t, "
    year we Holstein cow which had been bred The Harry Swlshera' chickensare divorce. Bradford County Florida. APP..a. IIT".I ,.
    it and can't see any ing Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman For Two (I) County Commission John. OF t'Lo,
    we
    eating Order A. "
    and gota shall publish
    bull owned by a neighbor. artificially to registered bull growing nicely. He Telegraph uet'l. Herring
    a those little devils really up Sunday. I ;In next four weekly er"' District Number 2 & 4 and address Is P ,rho' ,
    Comfort- Holstein named Hun Sir Maude sense in feeding have in official seal. For Three (3) Members County ion, no, .
    fine .heifer (named ( ) S S S says he'll fryers three or Mrs. Maggie\. Norman Is visitingher I Witness my hand and Board of Publla Instruction Districts Nouth Carnhin
    and well.!) Wayne, and we were told that four weeks. I at Starke, Florida, t this September21st. Number 1, 9, AFor \ ou are require.,1
    doing
    months October
    tour son-in-law and Mr. 18th
    aged While breaking the corn we! sawa daughter, I 21st. Justices of the ''ur.n .
    But we decided that we had better she was as close to a pure bred ai snake that was really a whopper Everett Renfroe has just come and Mrs. Willie Jones, In Lithia I (OFFICIAL BEAD A. 3. Thomas Supreme Three Court(5)of the State ot plaintiff named. Court ant nl
    Clerk of said Court .eekll '
    not As city ,
    to and still
    for Joy started it is possible get back from Lake City veteran week.Recent. Florlla. atlon at r. Ind
    this
    get a replacement But it was a non-poisonous type By Haven Crosby, Clerk TESTIMONY WHEREOF I maid-,, IamL
    had read a great be registered. Alice fell in love where he treated for H. T. Conk, Attorney Ret:. Uun- IN County Telegrap.
    inasmuch as we and we did not kill it. We are aware hospital was have hereunto sat my hand. and this order 'htI.
    deal about artificial insemination with her and promptly named her a stomach ailment. Births nell, Florida. affixed the CreSt Heal of the State I..ue. In 'ix' I..
    who of the danger of rattlesnake AttIc for I'lf. 922| 4t 10IUIV nf Florida at Tallahassee, .
    We her Joy Witness
    put on
    decided to have Joy bred that Early. Fronnie Crews has his this! 2Sth day ot cJt, rny hhnll 'M .,
    we in a corn field and keep a. sharp: ; pasture Th following: births are recorded Capital at Starke. 'lorldo> .
    her If to "Wheredid llrndford CountrFlorhlni hj
    learned looked at as say: Circuit Court A. D. 1960.OFFICIAL.. 13th, S.,
    way. Upon Inquiry we knife or a razor blade handy Ir land all planted now. at North Florida Clinic: In Chanrerr.Dave 1960.
    .
    maverlckT"but ) t% A. Gray
    that SEAL (OFFICIAL.:
    Artificial you ever get Mae ( SEAL,
    that them is a Duval County event bitten. In that Uvana! Plaintiff vs. LIIIIu Secretary of State A
    the we are Mrs. C. Carroll
    ha Mr. and B. and Mr. and Mrs. James Dennis, Case No. 6061 I Ao Clerk
    she let her nurse. Early I<:van., Defendant. hI "I
    Telegraph, By
    and we Bradford County Haven
    Ass'n. The
    Breeding settled down now and she seemsto case we would tie a tourniquet children were visiting Mrs. Carrol's Starke a girl on September 24. Order of Publication nod Notice. ) ToAppeer. 'Bradfoid County. OIlS| 4t lOll| T. Frank Lltndf'Crosby, D.p."'
    could have our cow bred by their above the bite cut the puncture II""I''J OK FLOlun To :.- Attys.for '" OttIk,
    and Pit.
    be getting stronger and we parents, Mr. Mrs Ira I Mr. and Mrs. Preston C Marsh, Lllll Mae Evans, whose residence III
    Bradford
    agent but that we would have to to make it' bleed and suck and address la 769 Webster Avenue, In Circuit Court County,
    deeply Merritt
    are giving her Vitamin "A" recently. Camp Blanding a girl September Florida I. Chanrarr.Julius In CIrcuit Court
    take our cow Into Duval Countyto I and spit out the venom. And of 24. Flalnsfleld, New Jersey J. Kate, Plaintiff vs. Esther H-lorlda, I, Chsppy.n"4'.
    dally to try to make up for the Joan Turner left Sunday mornIng You are required to appear on Defendant. Case No. 8070 Allie Daver
    ,
    have it done. So we made arrangements to a doctor as soon at Mr. and October 9cn, 1U60, In the above O. Kats Plaintiff' v
    course get Mrs.
    Lawrance Gibson
    And Notice ToAppear. Paver
    fact that she did not get the colo via train for Port Townsend named Court and wherein. Order of Publication Defendant, Ca':

    with a friendly dairy strum from the first milk. If we possible: But we hope we never Washington. which ia two miles Kingsley Lake a girl Gloria Gay plaintiff seeks divorce.cause Bradford. .O.STATN Kate, whose OF FI.OIUOA.residence TotEsther Is Order App....O.. Pabll..tl"n h. ..
    man we know up near Jacksonville County Telegraph shall/ publish STATE OF PLONII..
    have to. from Ft. Worden where her September 21. Bowcroft Avenue, Apt. 4, Los M..bell
    are successful and raise her we husband this Order In next tour weekly Issue 1882 Dever Vt,.. ..
    took Joy up there and One S C Mr. and Angeles' California: and address i I.
    i Mrs. Jos. W. Holmes, 1508
    stationed. Pine
    Wilbur Is She
    will really have something as we to
    on .
    Annl.ton. .
    required appear
    bred. was $7 for a males InPorky' Witness hand and official seal You are Alabama
    was Charge Fixed the two little arrived Ralford. a boy, Thomas Michael, my In the above You
    could raise a lot of calves on her. Wednesday morning. Wilbur at 8tark, Florida this September October 11th. J I960 are required to
    non-member of the Association, covered the wound Court and cause, wheretoplaintiff October 181 fff
    named lh.
    brood Sept. 16. mo, |In
    for writes that he'll be 5th 1050.O1FLC1At
    And if not, we won't be upset in Fort seeks divorce. Bradford named Court .
    'which we thought wa moderate with Smearex, and they ere com Mr. and Mrs. Purvis E. Grlffis ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas this and esu.,
    "nothing ventured, nothing gained. Worden for 36 weeks and Joan expects As Clerk of said Court. bounty Telegraph shall publish plaIntiff Rellk. 'livore B
    for breeding to a bull reputed to ." ing along all right. When oWe tolda to stay until he ia moved Starke a son, Collier Edward, By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk Order In next hand four and weekly official Issues.seal i County Order In Telegraph. shall publ
    be worth about $40,000. If the asked If the I tit 4t 9120IV Witness mv next tour w..kl,
    neighbor tie signs 13.;
    S C C elsewhere. She .won't be too lone- sept at Starke. Florida, this SeptemberOFFICIAL Witness mv hand I uOFFICIAL olrk
    '
    breeding does not "catch", we are were right. We told him right or Circuit Cnrtlirsdford Co..fT.Flol'ld. ,. 11th, 1960. at Stsrke Florida thu. it
    beds for Frederick for several Lake Butler
    Made up some some, Old ( : SEAL) A. 3. ThomasAs 18th, 1950.
    .
    fci In .
    entitled to take her back two additional to cut the newspaper.-handy C..T.rt'.mc :
    we were going of said Court
    (
    wrong Clerk
    wives and children have SEAL) A
    Prescott for berries. Incidentallythe already W. Moylan, Plaintiff' vs. 1
    times without extra coat. pigs, as the day was bright and wrapping, packing, painting 0 : :, DaYounr Movland, Pa/end- Py Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk A. Clark or ..I I
    worked still had some there or plan to
    soon Floor
    land I By Haven
    gone Morgan-Fifth
    we William D.
    lb. Crosby
    for lOc. .
    Bradford 8007
    Tele- Casa No.
    Hope fervently that we get a of County; ant ",
    clear and there threat .
    no Fla. '
    was Prank
    Clark Building, Jacksonville, T.Andrllll1, siffifljKE
    berry plants on it, and it broke our Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner Sr., Order at Publication nnd Notice To
    heifer as we think a lot of Joy, rain. We do not believe in "signs," and Joan graph. Appear.. STATE OF Fl.oniOA Tel Altya. for Pit. 0116 4t 1016 Atty. for Pit. III
    cut as daughter-in-law were
    hearts to see plants under
    Mite C. Younir Moylan whoseresidence .....
    and matched with a wonderfulbull but we do not that those -
    they are really scarce this year. argue visiting the former's nephew and In Circuit Court Bradford Couutr, la 40 Copley Street Qulncy
    the result should be something "Florid lu ..
    ,who do are wrong. i Ca..cer. Massachusetts
    We made the beds from old neice Tommy and Vivian Holden,
    up Foster ..
    extra special. Joy Greene, Plaintiff, v You are requtreu to appear on
    CSSWhile beds without cutting it up first. Big Red wasbred to a prettyred In Jacksonville last Sunday. The Frasler W. Greene, Defendant. October 8th 195V, in the above \ SERVICE
    sow owned by a fellow named Holdens dinner Case No. 8083 named Court aim, cause wherein StORE
    the Result seemed all right although put on a shrimp OrIi.r ot Publication And "Notice To plaintiff seeki divorce. Bradford
    visiting dairy we .
    naturally not as good aa it would Crawford. We are beginning tc which Mrs. Turner reports "was App..,. irAtE OF FlORIDA TOlFrasler County Telegraph shall publish this PHONE 189
    were captivated by a pen full of understand why farmers and W. Oreen.. whose resilience Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness ..
    have been otherwise. Short cuts wonderful. I. 821 Nfwoomb Stret, SB., Wash
    mv hand and oCdulnl seal
    asking
    pretty young heifers. Upon \ State Roads 100 & 200
    some times don't work out so well stock raisers get daffy over the Don't forget the Johns reunionat ington D.C.: at Btarke, Florida, this September7th
    learned that You are required tn Oc
    we only one was appear on 1950.OFFICIAL.
    for sale-that one a cute little we've learned: subject of breeding as every time Mrs. Truby Hodges residence h"o'.e't': 23rd.an.i 1960, In th* above named ( SEA' T.) A. 3. Thomas. STARKE, FLORIDA
    CC Red Is bred to a sow we wonde, Sunday October 1st. cause, wherein plaintiffs As Clerk of said Court. OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M.
    Holstein which had been born eks divorce. Bradford County
    pre. By Haven
    maturely. Price was only $15 due Had chicken pilau stewed okra, what the pigs will look like. Oscar Gibson and Marklee ;Telegraph' next four shall weekly publish Issues.Witness this. OrderIn Crosby Deputy 98| 4t 19|riI'V

    and persimmon ice cream for dinner S S C Moody gathered about 400 barrelsof
    hand and official seal
    to fact that she was extremely mr Circuit Court. Bradford County
    Good 7 You bet I Es- For that matter we'll know In at Stark., Florida thl. September
    her hind and today. corn last week for Stafford Klorldai In Cbancvry.Joseph Pure Tires Tubes Batteries
    wobbly in legs the persimmon Ice cream. a few days a. our gilt. Henrietta, 18th. 1050.OFFICIAL. F. PowerS Plaintiff, vs. ,
    peclally> Crews.. Stafford said the dry
    ( SEAT) A. 3. Thomas Selma Leone Powers DefendantCase .
    .. Alice made some persimmon pudding who was bred to Big Red I. due weather hurt his corn production Ai Clerk of said Court No. 8068 And Accessories

    with the recipe sent us by to farrow. She la one of the 11 By Haven Crosby, Deputy\ Clerk Order of PnMk-ntlon and Notice 'I'.
    his year. 8123] U 10113 ... ..
    I App. STUR] OF FLORIDA Tol
    PHONE 218 Trs. and it was deli pigs In Porky's first litter and of _____
    > Inglerlght The Rev. and Mrs. Fred Dodd Selma Leone Powers, whose residence -

    cious. Lots of good things to eat course we're wondering how many and children had dinner Sunday Klorldai I. Circuit lu Court Caauecrr.rtobert .Hrndford. Counlr, Street,and New address York, City.I.: 161 New East York 61st: Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car

    COLO NIAIFLORIST on a farm. she U going to have. We raised after church with the S. L Crews tlile.n rto'tll1.n'da. You are required to appear on by the new Silicone process The new
    :
    C C S her to the age of eight months before Itlta Aline October 9th 1050, In the above nam.
    The Christian Endeavor had a ant. Case No. 80KB ed Court and cause wherein plain.tIff way to lasting car beauty. $7.50
    Planted another batch of Lon. we had her bred and wr Peruvian Missionary speak to Order of Pohllt-Ktlon And Nntlpe Tn seeks. divorce. bradford County
    think that she will have a good Appear. ST\TH. FI.OIII1IA TOl Telegraph' shall publish this Order WATERPROOF Corrosion Resi (anl
    ;
    green snap beans Put the fertlIzer them Sunday night. He was an Rita Aline Henitult Tudor whose n next four weekly Issues.
    litter despite the fact that she wa Interesting lecturer and was quitea residence and address !I.: tOSS ;Mar- Witness mv hand and official. seal
    In at planting time because a gUt.Ve are going to try and llnsrulst being able to converse lowe Avenue. Notre Dan,.. De Grace. at Starke. Florida, this September

    we figured that we could not wait tend her when she farrows, as we In 14 languages.-

    FLOWERSFOR week or so for the fertilizer to
    a lost too many from crushing when Miss Edna Oliver who I. makingher
    cool off because of the threat of I let have her Utter un-
    ALL OCCASIONS we Porky home with her cousin, Mrs
    frost. We know that there is a' tended. We plan to be there, and Lacy Johns, had her brother Lindsay -
    of the beans burning butt
    danger take them away from Henrietta Oliver and slater Mrs. W. J,
    was a question of that or Ireezng until all born. But hope
    they are
    Fouraker of Jacksonville es
    @ so what's a fellow going tc that for once one of our hogs guests one day last week.

    do? The land we bedded up for will cooperate and have pigs In
    .
    Mrs. Mary Parker and Mrs. Wil.lamson
    the beans was still very wet from "GIVE
    the
    daytime. of Palatka were visiting MEA CA'RTHATS
    the recent heavy rains, but we : S C C
    DISH GARDENS the Lacy John. Sunday.
    were able to get it planted all Alice wormed her chickens and Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown were

    POTTERY right.' C I promptly knocked egg productionin vlstlng Mrs. Missy Sapp Sunday.
    the head. Just about cut the
    has been confined to
    POTTED PLANTS Cultivated our first patch of i Jrs. Sapp
    number of eggs we get dally in
    I her wheel chair for quite a while.
    snap beans and almost went crazy half. But we think that it was a
    Mr .and Mrs. Andrews and
    FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE Troy
    doing it, aa the rows are not : good step nevertheless and that children of Morrlston attended the

    straight, which makes it difficult i ito the flock will be better off in the Wllllston-BHS football in

    Nona 8t Starke steer so that the cultivation is : long run. But with the>price of Starke last Friday night game and BUILT TO LAST !
    and the beans have
    done correctly
    had laying mash as high as it is, spent the night at Starke with the

    come up unevenly so that we I every fgg counta.C C. C Guv Andrews. Saturday they enjoyed -

    dinners, ice cream, visiting
    .Do not have our television aerial
    and even hunting with the Floyd
    TRANSFER AND yet and have just a piece of wire Wiggins Chester Andrews and

    R. B. ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE CO. strung on the roof but we get Reddish Andrew. says Mr:. James Patrick O'Shea of Chicago

    Sound Is
    some reception. quite
    The sons of Troy Chea and Red
    J faint and the picture Is not'' good, 4v4k"a
    y' ""' but we think that when we get k& Docfye has
    ? N' long distance our aerial up that we will get good night and, of course, the everything.famous

    t nywhere In U. S. fathers couldn't stand to stay at IIt
    reception. And when we do it

    will be wonderful to see plays home so they decided to go along, cfepencfa6///fy. exfca roominess. ease
    -- too. They went by and got grandpa .
    EXCELLENT movies, acts of all kinds, sports
    (Will Andrews) to also.

    _ _ STORAGE i Is etc.especially, right In Important our awn home.as iwe are It The dogs struck a hot trail go right othanc// igf Any ofAer car offering asnwcfi

    near Will's house and they quIckly '
    more or loss tied down on a farm.
    FACILITIES S S S treed some quarry. "Bang! z-

    Have been busy working Indoors went ole Betsy as Seeber Doyle :: would nave cost 3000more1GYROMATICAMERICA'S

    Agents For "let him have It" 'way up in the
    as well aa out unpackingand
    tree the hunted animal fell to the
    DelcherBros. See first! hooking up our appliances : Today specially want that'i shoulder!! won.
    us slnk-dlsh- ground and the dogs and hunter you a car of head room, leg room,

    Oot our combination rushed up to the "coon' which was not only big and smart looking-but a The compact design outside/ that lm W

    washer-clothea-washer hooked up n't a coon at all but a bob cat! In car that rugged reliable, built to last traffic driving easy and parking!! a OK -
    temporarily and some things in NO OTIIEH: CAR match the smoothnro of
    a few seconds Mr. Cat had the can YOU'LL ENJOY the
    place but still have a lot to do. dogs going In circles and Seeb had Dodge reputation for dependability. No Dodge Fluid Drlve-the smoother StIltS,

    However as we hope that this will wonder new Dodge owners the smoother at l W
    lay you "going"ours
    tops,
    to shoot him a third time to
    get LOWEST
    be our permanent home we have could pay $1,000 more for a car and extra cost on all Dodge models.

    ANNOUNCING OPENING plenty of time to get settled. results. Its not that Seeb's a poor PRICED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION till not get everything Dodge gives you NOW'S THE TIME to come in and
    hot for
    he hit the cat
    S e every time Enfoy the thrill el ruggedness and roominess see us. Let today's big Dodgo put yw
    Gyro-Matte hot let
    -It. Just that the bob \ drive
    Cut up left field where we had cat still without shifting. So imooih In traffic, so velvety you dcpendabihty and ease of handling miles ahead, money ahead-for the van
    had three lives On
    Due to many requests from our old sweet corn planted to get ready tc Ervin took up a the pick-up, to effortless for yen I And remember' economy and performance.
    roll of films to back up this short 'Gyre-Matte left START NOW to enjoy all the advantages
    plant sweet blue lupine. The field you let the sear for full newer

    will our Cur was badly overgrown so we took tale about the bob tall. In mud, mow or lIe.peat hllu-.'." the engine Dodge gives you the extra
    customers we open
    oft two of the disc blades and cut Gerry Sapp and son Pete Jr., "broke' your Dodge smoothen! long downhill paciousness darEd that means plenty ahead.DODGE
    are spending the week grades Available en Coroner models at slight
    in Live
    with only six right down the extra
    ing Plant on Oak this week with Pete cost. Try Gyro-Malic todayl
    Sr.. who
    middle of the old beds. Then we

    1st straddled the old beds and cut it this finally week.found They'll living all quarters be back for in \Just.fs*dollars mor tha tfa foHftf-P**"**
    OCTOBER again. Result la not too good to
    Starke for awhile after
    this
    that It week.
    look at; but we are sure
    Mr. and Mrs. Mao McCormickand
    we can cut under all that trash

    that our land will be all the better Mrs. Bessie Brannen of Jacksonville

    for It. Hope to get the lupine attended New River Bap.

    Special Reduced Price: planted by October 1st. Ist church services Sunday and
    .
    were dinner
    C S CHad guests of the Reddish
    Andrews.
    a very enjoyable visit with

    Pound Gene and Hazel Matthews at Roy Tomlinson is still picking

    21hc Per their place at Kingsley Lake. Hada peas. Russell Green's still haulIng -

    ,
    .... refreshing swim first one in a peas too.

    year and were we stiff on Sun- The Floyd Wiggins are enjoy

    bar- ing a new television set-the first -- -- -- .
    day) and then a feast of

    becued lamb-right name but installed In our community. It.. a ,
    Cure Or Plain Salt Cure combination
    Either Sugar wrong spelling la Shlsh-ka-bob. It TV-radio-record play '

    it sounds terrible, but It tastes er-an Admiral. And it's a beauty k ,
    Operators We Have f Sorta the "complete home r
    Same Competent very very good. And then lime tertainer." en. 1 ,

    pie. Enough said!
    Had For The Past Five Years S S C This column has been accused of H' '

    Have enjoyed reading Louis peas and rattle.Inake'but just

    Bromfleld's book Malabar Farm :wait till the next one! It WILL be
    full!
    and have gotten some good tips .
    from it. However, our pleasure Ous and Mary Thomas and baby -

    has been tempered of Ft. Myers are visiting his sister VALUE
    Lockers All The Year from reading it
    Also Private by his frequent comparisons between Mrs. Reddlssh Andrews, this week.

    the he has farmed the
    way Scratch
    pad amorttl alee,
    broken down farms he acquiredand ISo Ib Bradford :
    County Tele-
    Ice Co. the way the former tenants graph.dollars..
    Starke and owners did. We don't believe

    that It Is quite fair, for Bromfleld Most ofus- could work J. P. !

    I had a fortune to spend to make miracles, too if we had enough ROBERTS MOTORS

    PHONE 12 II his ideas work. whereas the othertmay money. But it Is a good book and

    have had only a few hundred we enjoyed It. ..;00 Temple Ave. Phone 69 starlit, fir





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    Baptist ChurchThe Social Work TopicsTo will be conducted concurrently Director of the Hawthorne-Cedar I Long Beach, Calif,

    Sunday afternoon, October 15: and Knowles School, Hawthorne, N.T. .
    SUNNYBROOK
    First Baptist Church of Be DiscussedAt the following morning. A small I

    al Starke year begins this a new Association. Miss Wanda Crosby Six InstitutesA fee will be charged and attendance While details of all the sessions'
    Sunday with the pas will be limited. : announced Mrs.
    have not yet been ,
    tor bringing at 11 A M., WE1QIN
    r "A Must Program."the message Mrs. Rosie McKnabb and lIOn series' of half a dozen Institutes In planning sectional meetingsthe : Morse said that virtually every.

    fields of the service of the The Mike, who have resided in Nebraska will be conducted aa a partof program committee kept In, hour of the days from Sunday noon
    have made great gains church are guests for two weeks of the annual meeting of the Floe mind the general theme of the I to Wednesday noon la planned

    P past year with during the. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, before. ida State Conference of Social Conference meeting="The Mid- with a constructive program which
    ClIUItCIlJtev I CHURCH OF GOD made. The many choir records be.Ing I taking \\f\ residence In Lake Butler I Work. Mrs. Ruth S. Morse, who Is century Brings New Horizons." should attract a number of persons .
    I. Mrs directed by with Mrs. McKnabb' mother I Bradford County Chairman for the These sessions will run concurrently from this county who are Interested
    A. Shepherd, 8th &: St. Clair Sta. Lucile Green will sing, with I Conference, laid .
    ae this week. Sheannounced
    t U' Mrs. Mona Mrs. A. L. Drlggers. Mr Mc Monday afternoon and in facing and solving ,
    Prison near Sunday School 10 Canova at the
    Ham.
    of the State 11 0". a.m. mond. I Knabb, a serviceman has been dates for the meetingas Tuesday morning. problems In health and welfare
    will, conduct the Sunday Morning Worship Ham assigned overseas duty. October 15-18\ In Jacksonville Subjects for the sectional meetIngs field. The Rev Q. C. Stsuffer of We offer the people of Starke
    " 11'1hlp service at the First Sunday Evening Service 7-:30: p.m. The evening services will begina I The Institutes, never before undertaken Ft. Lauderdale Is President of the
    ..rlan Church of Starke Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m half hour earlier at 7:30: with I Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. Raymond on this large a scale will Children are "Florida's the Social Servicesfor Conference. and vicinity one of tho most
    morning sunday Is World Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m the Happy Hour being devoted tc Crosby will resume their provide social and health workersas at MMcentury
    thex111 studies'in Gainesville at the University "Impacts of Modern Living on '
    and '
    ommunion Day a consecration service with the ob well as non-professional persona modern and finest equipped
    l hold communion er- PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th servance of the church ordinances I Monday night. They are an opportunity to discuss Family Life"" and "Aging- Its ADDRESSESOF I

    Mr. Shepherd official- of the Lord's Supper and baptism. taking extension course with nationally known figures In Implications. INTERESTThe welding shop anywhere.
    n to St. and Temple Ave. The Rev L. D. Haines will\ ad- Recent visitors to Gainesville their fields a wide variety of sub- Among the leaders I for the Institutes All Work Guaranteed y
    convenes at 9:45: I Sunday! School 9:45: a. m.; MornIng minister the ordinance In the bap.: from here are Mr.. and Mrs. Wm. jects. I are Rosa Rablnow, District following new, renewal and '

    Kh.school Friendship Bible Class Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic tlstry beautiful to several candl-' Crosby and children Mr. and Mrs Subjects for the six Institutes: Director' with the Massachusetts change of addresses received by SMITH'S GARAGE : i
    l M. Visitors are Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone dates. The piano-organ.duo will O. E. Crosby, Beverly Jo Crosbyand I Department of Public Welfare, W. the Telegraph will be of Interest
    L t 10 A servlcea. welcome. lead the music with the girl's, Mrs. Louise Crosby Include "Public Assistance "Men L Klndelsperger of the School of to friends: AND MACHINE SHOP
    to all tal Health, "Medical! Care," "So Social Work, Tulane Leach Durham
    quartette singing. This hour will Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs I University A. P. Route 1, Ave. Starke
    CIlt."RClIY AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH come to a close with a great dedicatory Wm. Crosby Sunday were Mr. Mal Group Work," .'Admlnl tra.tlon" Morris Klass, Director of the Mo. Temple It J
    uC 9:45 service. and Mrs. Randolph of and "Institutional Care.", Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Mrs B. P. Walker, change from
    Sunday School, : : A. M. Crosby
    9:13: : a.m.y I Mrs. Morse said The Institute Norman
    Mass and t Lourie, Executive Tennessee to 2381 W. 19th St.,
    School U a.nv Morning Worship, 11 A. M. Sunday schools launch the new I Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Perry.. -- a -----._--_-. -- ----. _-._---_. -- --- ..
    *: Mass 8:30: a.m. Evening Service, 7:30: P. M. year with advance programs and Austin, Mrs. Lee Brallier and children
    Day Prayer Meeting every Thursday fully staffed departments. The. and Miss Ramona Robertsall Don Be Satisfied With Symptomatic Relief

    j Is every Wednes145 evening 7:30: o'clock are 80 officers and teachers tc of Lake Butler. r
    study -I.., G. Hemingway, Pastor. lead the more than 350 attending Mr. and Mrs. Mills Kelly and
    : the Bible Study hour at 9:43: : children of Branford were visitingMr. HADACOL NOW MAKES IT POSSIBLEiTORELIEVE

    -... Training Unions gather at 6:15: P. and Mrs John Kelly Sunday
    M. (new time) under the leadership The Rev_ -lumen _Ladd__ filled tit____*
    of the new director, J. T regular appointment at Corinth
    Sunday Night at 8:00 p.m. Lawson. This period Is devote Baptist Church Sunday and was
    to fellowship and training l Ir dinner guests of the L. A. Cros THE CAUSE OF YOUR SICKNESS

    church membership. bys.Mr. ( I ,f P
    "Goodnight Irene"will Wednesday evening at 7:30: th e and Mrs. Ed Parrish of
    annual! business meeting of th e Graham and :Mr. and Mrs. Goodge
    Constipation
    church will be held with report of Starke spent Sunday with tr: j Neuritis PainsStomach Disturbances, Indigestion, Gas,

    be the topic of the pastor's message from accomplished all departments during the of the year.work Lem Corinth.Browns and attended churchat Certain Nervous Disorders and a General Run-down Condition 4 i


    First Baptist Church, HamptonBob who A desire cordial to welcome worship at awaits the First al t I Driggers Miss Irene of Lake Smith Butler and were Donald Sun Whon duo to lack of Vitamins B,, B,, Iron and Niacin in your system

    Gray, Pastor Baptist Church of Starke. day afternoon guests of Mr, and
    Mr*. J. R. Kelly. Read Knw Th.s folks Benefited Who Had Such Deficiencies

    I Methodist ChurchWorld !
    Visitor Welcome Guest Pound Party
    Every a
    .> World Wide Communion Sundaj ;Mrs. O, E. Crosby entertainedthe

    'I will be observed In the Firs'' Sunnybrook "teen age" group
    at her home Saturday night witha .
    .. Methodist Church of Starke al t
    the eleven o'clock service Sunday pound party. Games were en-
    Rev Lewis D. Halnes Pastor morning.! This Is the eleventh an joyed outdoors until a late hour p 't
    nual World Wide Communion I and supper was served In thee II t.

    BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Sunday on which day Christian!I front yard of the Crosby residence ,
    5T T The .'
    around the world will be celebrat delightful refreshments consisted I'f
    ing communion. In the United I of Iced tea and the varioc."pounds" ..t
    Ifferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town which
    Included just a-'
    States alone there will be
    more I
    PHONES: : Office 234 Pastorium 130( than 150 denominations participat bout everything to eat one can p

    ing. Each year the celebration of, Imagine
    [SUNDAY SERMONS -11:00 A.M., 7:30 P.1\I. World Communion Day begins I In; Mrs. Crosby was assisted In entertaining -

    Iday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M. New Zealand just west of the International by Mr. and Mrs. Frank R
    Date Line and Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Wm ,4 P'rt
    continues
    1D-W'EEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. \!. around the world. Crosby. About 60 guests were t.

    present and Included visitors from Mr 'Anlhamalltn, 4731 South Mr. Mabft Kllchtn, J6SO Am.Itrdam Mrs I. SclrnlnM, 514 Krugor, Mr. //Miry Angel RD No. 1.SprlntflfU. ,
    11:00: A.M.\ : "A 'Must' Program" The Rev. T. O. Mitchell, pastor Starke, La-wtey. the State Farm 32nd "'..r ......, Ta'.. 7, Oklahoma Cincinnati/ Ola.,.. "Be. ()/tam..e, lntc, wrll..f "My Ohio. "I Used to
    of the First Methodist church will I Is 5 suffer from neu- '' f rf
    and Ralford. suffered from stomach fore I started taking HADA- daughter, Marilyn Sue great pain
    7:30: P.M.: "Consecration" preach a communion sermon o n I II distress tot quite some time. COLI had aches and pains of years old and for some time rltls aches In all parts of my I I
    Ordinance of Lord' Supper and BaptismA the subject, "A Saving Faith for He had' spent much money neuritis in my shoulders, my lacked pep,had a poor appetite, body, especially In my legs, 11 4r
    Today." Communion will be ad. 1 I I trying everything possible for back and arms. I could hardly was generally run-down. Since arms and shoulders. I never ;
    ministered afternoon to relief and was in bad health move without having those giving her HADACOL we have got any real relief until I tried j
    Friendly Invitation From A on Sunday I STATE FARM when he started taking HADACOL terrible pains Then 1 heard noticed wonderful results JIADACOL. After taking several
    shutInsunable to attend the communion He says, "After taking about IIADACOL. After the she has a much better appetite bottles, my pain Is all
    Friendly Church 18 Extended To All service at the church. On By :Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld three bottles of the $3.50 size, second bottle the pains and eats everything on the gone And I'm working every
    Sunday evening at 6:30: o'clock, a I've gained 27 pounds and now aches were about gone. I'm table and doesn't seem tired day." (Now there's a smart
    candlelight communion service eat anything I desire and positively now starting my fourth bottle like she used to. Incidentally, man I Mr. Angel took: HADA
    will be held for the Methodist Shower Honor Mm.. Crews. have no trouble." (HAD and am on top of the world. I she likes to take IIADACOL. COL and relieved the MAP 1
    With its ACOL gives such wonderful eat well and best of all the too. (IIADACOL Is a great caves of his neuritis palni
    Youth Fellowship. charm enhanced by the results because It actually relieves aches and pains are completely 'builder-upper' for sick, nervous because they were due tt
    The Methodist church school effective placement of bowls of fall the MAI cauls of gone." (Mrs. Kitchen- .avery puny kids whose systems such deficiencies. HADACO c
    begins it new year at 9:45: Sun- blossoms the R. M. Markham stomach distress fgas pains, smart woman because she lack precious Vitamins Bt, Ba Is helping thousands: uposj"
    day morning. There Is a Sunday home was a lovely setting for a heartburn. Indigestion after relieves the MAI cAUse of her: Iron and Niacin. A big Improvement thousands of grateful meii,
    school class for shower complimenting :Mrs. Spen eating] due to such deflcleni neuritis pains due to such deficiencies. In their wellbeingIs and women troubled this way. '
    every age groupA car Crews Thursday afternoon, i cles. And continued use of this HADACOL often often noticed within a few Why don't you give IIADA
    PARTICULARthoughtfulness new "Couples' Class" will beginon HADACOL helps prevent a wonderful Improvement days' time after taking the COL a chance to help rout ,
    this Sunday with J. L. Cooperas September 21. Mrs. Markham such distress from returning.) within a few days' time.) great new HADACOL.) Start taking today!) .,
    (e
    the teacher. All couples are Mrs. John Godwin and Mrs. L. W
    in serving and extreme cordially Invited to attend. Murphy were co-hostesses. Why. dont you get that wonderful Vitamins B B Iron and NIacin but also helpful amounts of precious aP'
    IMPORTANT!I HADACOL feeling everyone ls talking Calcium.Phosphorus! and Manganese-vital elements every human being
    modesty of cost have justly The favorite gospel hymns are The proverbial stork hovered about? In this modern axe, wise folks must have to maintain good health. You owe it to yourself to give '
    sung each Sunday evening at the over the scene, and In appropriate are no longer satisfied with sympto. HADACOL a fair trial. Many doctors recommend this great net,I
    signalized the worth and merit of our evening worship at 7:30: o'clock. contests Mrs. W, H. Williams matlo relief because now its possible to relieve the cares of suit HADACOL. It's sold on a strict money-back guarantee Trial size, $1.23.
    deficiency sickness with that wonderful HADACOL.i .
    new Large family or hospital size 13.80.
    well known Service.DeWITT Members of the congregation are Mrs. Thelma Watson and Mrs. W. IIADACOL not only supplies deficient systems with extra quantities of 0 ase. n.. Lolli..c-.n.
    asked to. select their favorite S. Johns of Starke were prize win
    hymns. Rev. Mitchell will preach ners. Lovely gifts were receivedby -- --- -

    Sunday night on the subject, "The the honoree. The chosen party !======._=====. = mr -
    C. JONESPhone Cost of Belonging." motif was further carried out In r
    1 the refreshments which consisted

    7 Starke, Fla. _. At The TabernacleThe of sandwiches and cookies with
    Coca-Colas. Quests Included Only Chevrolet lets you make such a
    funeral Director Ambulance Service week's series o* children's friends from' the State Farm and

    | local! funeral home enables as to offer conveniences and Bible Study classes at the Tabernacle adjacent towns.

    services not otherwise available. came to a close Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Marion Crews, Jr.. zo/de arwdi
    night. The usual youth meetingwas were hosts at supper at their home of fer
    held at the Tabernacle, after Friday entertaining the Rev. and

    Iftiralih the highest type service at lowest prices, and which the entire group adjournedto VTrs. R. C. Gray, Jr., and Mr. and *

    IplAInr life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon and Mr. and and at the lowest too !
    e prices
    luopany funeral. Mrs. J. T. Quigley on Mable Street Mrs. Joe McKowen:: all of Hamp ,
    as payment la part or In full on a
    for a time of fellowship, games ton.
    Consultation carries no obligation.
    refreshments, etc. Mrs. W. N. North was the guest :Wiu ,, .
    service !G'Nt lrkW.kifflf2Yk'LGyw4sifcranill'il il'" c rbR i, y' -
    Visitors to the Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis, Jr.
    included Mr. and Mrs. Godwin and In 'Tallahassee Thursday and Fri- n

    Eleanor Wilson of Jacksonville day of last week.K. .

    Now--Don't Wait! A most realistic message was 0. Dunn of St. Louis, Mo., ar t CAoot between
    iy brought Sunday morning by the rived last Thursday for an Indefinite .
    Standard Drive and
    sponsor. An exposition of Genesis stay with Mr. and Mrs. J. ',
    43, the life of Joseph aa a typeof I I C. Wallace. With their' visitor i,

    Christ. In the evening a trlci I I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace spent Sun- {
    and a solo added to the spiritual] day at Silver Springs '
    atmosphere of the meeting.The Mrs. L. J. Sharpe of Commerce IPr- Automatic Transmission

    O Tuesday night Bible study Georgia, has been visiting Dr. and Combination of Power llJ. mulomalle
    ;iot proved so Interseting that time Mrs. D. L. Nix since Saturday. Iranimtamn and lOS-hp. .noms oft. 0
    : were Hanoi on Dt Liut moiltlt al txira tort
    as questions
    was forgotten Mrs. M. E. Grlner had as her
    asked and points discussed and dinner guests Sunday Mr. and a
    settled by answers from the Word. Mrs. Martin Reinau and their chil-
    The unchurched public Is espec dren of Paltaka and Monday Mrs. Choose b.tw..n Style/in/
    ally Invited to all services. Other Helen Foster of Metros
    and /7.of//n/ Styling
    I are welcomed.Get During the past weekend Jim

    I your office-supplies from B. Godwin of Belle Glade was the
    Telegraph guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. God.
    the Bradford County
    Everything foe Um office win.Mrs. K*
    t. D. Lv Shaw of La Crosse t
    P
    : :a. spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs! 1 Wb3
    i Os I P. S. Crews and with Mr. and I t't

    Thoroughly Mrs. C. D. Sellers I 03 II.

    Wash Your Clothes CIICRCII OF JESUS CIIKI.STOP !
    LATTER DAY SAINTS Choose between '

    m 9 Found The Church of Jesus Christ of ,i' ,f/i. B.// Air and the Convertible R'I
    '! i Y'a' the Latter Day Saints (Mormon r
    9RC-1S 7 For 40c! Church) holds services each Sun Kt I Ir

    115.000 TUI t day In the USO building on Kortb ,
    r'I FREE Bleach If Desired! I ,
    $37.93 Temple Avenue as follows:
    I .4 10:00} am. Sunday School. i 'w k3 lti I 'if'if1u I

    V OtK.r M.4.q ,P C 0:30: p.m.: Sacrament service.
    fronTH'l'WbiHOS A Y" Ai The public Is cordially Invited tc I
    ;21.95 i "p We Will attend all services.


    Dry Your Clothes Lights For Brooker

    For 20cIn I No longer will residents of *,
    / e
    g I 1
    Brooker have to grope In the dark
    Driers!
    Automatic
    New along their main street at night.

    fINEJT e At the last meeting of the Town America's Best Seller. America's Best Buy t '
    Council on September 12 It wu


    ADE GAS CO. Inc. Washeteria\ Jon ative.voted by to Inc.the arrange, of Clay six for Electric street the lights Installa-Cooper to TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

    all St. be spaced at Intervals along the {
    Ph.. 121 Starke Temple Are. Starke HONE 111 STARKE FLA.
    town.
    I..... highway through CALL & COURT STREETS



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    SEP 29 19 5 0 FR1Dr

    BRADFORD_COUNTY TEUEOnAPH STARKE! FLORIDA tY, SEP''PSIIT ) 1828
    PAGE LIG ----
    Order of Publlratlou And Notlr T.
    (
    Starke ComplimentedOn AI'''''.. "TATH. OK FLOR.1'0.i 'nuniy Telexnn i..
    1 Student Council City Accepts Bid Local\ GuardsmenTake Veterans RemindedOf Charles E. Leeds, whose residence W t. .. "'
    Local Housewife Of and address I.: 84 South, South Car. at : J "
    't"J
    Finds Negro Man Has First MeetingOf For Complete Audit Atomic CourseIn July DeadlineFor Treatment ollna City. .N'-:, Jersey Apartment: : 807' Atlantic 21Mt.(UFFICiAI.Stark Ip60, 'i,;"; '1.'

    Behind PianoThe School YearThe Of Fiscal Year JacksonvilleThe Training Courses Meter ViolationsA to ::8ri t, In the to appear on namedCnort Oc n'y Flay "\, ik;"?,'I I i
    was paid and cause, wherein plaintiff H.: '0. "" 1n''
    compliment Arnp ,, .
    j.
    Service Officer A. nice narks divorce Bradford ,
    auditing the books of Atomic Indoctrination County : County Ally" r.. ,
    High Bids
    Bradford on hn
    r"I.
    uncomfortable feeling: of 24-membcr released Ute following Starke by Sam Butz. managing Telegraph shall publlult thin Order
    be. School Student Council held Its the City of Starke for the year Course was presented on two Thomas, Jr., has Times-Union lir next four weekly Issues
    finding a negro man hiding received by the successive Wednesday nights in Information of Interest to editor of the Florida Witness my hand and official Meal rirrnl., /'our.
    first meeting <>f the year on Thursday 19'ID-BO were wrote: ('" .
    hind the piano wag experienced a- Veterans: In his Sunday column. He at iUarke: Florida 1 this September .rlol"1 in r IIr194.
    for National Guard Bradford County kerrs
    Sept. 21. Council 1 last week as follows: Jacksonville IIAt h. 1960.OFFICIAL. Lora 'rllllil r
    bout 9 o'clock Thursday morningof GI Bill nice of telling SEAL) A. J. Thomas Prankel.FFICIAL. ,.
    for starting way
    and.Renerve Officers of this military The deadline "Starke has a ( h r. r
    last week by Mrs. Alton Dobbs of Each class grades 7 through Purvis. Gray & Power of been remiss Am Clerk of laid. Court 0..... ..r "
    district. courses of education and trainingfor visitors that they have Iry: Haven Crosby Deputy ClerkT. Ap ..... eF1'llreue 1N
    Lafayette Street. 12 elects Its own representativesand I. Gainesville $400; moat veterans Is July 25,, in their relationships with the Frank r..ndrull1. Starke, Florida Alien .'ru,,' H: UK. rtuaMrrps
    with her thin" year the Council personnel Charles W. Johnson 'Jr., Jacksonville Among those attending from 'out of Attyi. for 1-lf. >UI2> : 4t 10120|
    Mrs: Dobbs was busy is as follows: $3815; here were Maj. T. K. McClane, Jr parking meters. If an New Y..rl, P,
    the kitchen when 1951.That violation at You ,
    I housework In and alsc I 12th Grade: Clara Thomas, II. A. Tony Reaves, Gainesville, Battalion Executive Officer of the date established by law, town car is found In In Circuit Court llrniiroril (isely, tuber 1811 arc? r V
    ..
    she heard a dog barking meter, a card is placed on It Klurlilnl In (' (fort ,
    Durban, 2nd Battalion 12Hh Infantry; Maj should be kept In mind when a ;:ir.tlrf.; o. d I
    noise about the front of the I James Norman. Idell $350; coin has JuKKle ItoUBerH. VK. Bert socks .i.
    some living Prevail. George \V. Dandelake Jacksonville J. W. Brownlee 202nd Medical World War II: veterans make fu- telling the owner that a H. HoK-erw. [,phm,11I nt. I'aiie No. 80H'Io..r Telegraph r
    the James
    through .
    house She went In the meter by a P.bllenloa Andotl"e T itnnrnr. III
    latched the front door 11th Grade: Joan Silcox, Shirley $345; Battalion; Capt. T. C. Hazen, Adjutant ture plans for schooling or train- been placed the owner 'I'A'I'I'1 OF F'.OIIlU'ro, next .rWltne / v0at
    room Me- Jacksonville $33 under the GI Bill. policeman and will :ert H. lingers whose address I.unlnowil la ,
    to back to the Harley Margie Wall Arley Hall & Fisher of the 2nd Battalion 124th ing Stark i I'l
    end as she turned go Most veterans actually must be please drop around to the police and whose last known l t"'. le4nC
    man peering per day. Infantry; Capt. Hugh B. Ingram address was Miami/ Florida:
    .
    she saw a negro ,
    kitchen Rap.10th Grade: Mary Frances Ha- After a discussion. of the above Jr., Company Commander of the In training by the deadline If they station and pay back the money You are required to appear onk'tobcr \ q.
    from behind the piano. nickel. The owner alec ( Both, 11(50 In the above J1'y Jtnv,,
    Dobbs zen, Kenneth Conway, Ed Grlffls, bids motion was made by W. T. local company: let Lt. AI K. want to continue afterwards. VA Involved; a named Cnnrt and cause. whereinplaintiff T. Frank I u.. .,
    The Intruder told Mrs. I Johnny Kopelousos.: Jackson that the Dandelake bid be Carlisle Executive Officer and will consider a veteran to be in Is asked not to fall to pay the Reeks divorce Bradford A"YR. for 1'1 lul

    not to scream and he would not" 9th Grade: Mary Sue Epporson, accepted. This bid provided fora Warrant Officer A. L. Crosby Jr, training, even though he has tem- meter on another occasion."It III ..... 1
    harm her. She "let out a yell, I. Nancy DuPre, Tom McClane detailed audit Involving the Administrative Officer both of the porarily Interrupted his course forsummer would be Interesting to know 1I
    however, and the man fled through Wayne Douglas.8th checking of every monetary local company. vacation or for other rea- what kind of results this courteous
    a door at the rear of the living Grade: Joann Smith, Mil- transaction for the fiscal period, According to those Interviewedthe sons beyond control. treatment gets from visitors tc

    room, closely followed by a dish bourn Mills, Barbara Prevatt, Including: layman may profit from readIng Oncehe completes or discontinues Starke," Butz concluded.For .

    hurled by the frightened housewife Frances Caldwell.7th ((1)) The adding of all water a recent Issue of Life maga- his program of training the information of the BroccoIi

    Grade: Bobby Ferguson, and light receipts to ascertain the zine which contained a very Inter- after the 1951 date he may not Times-Union editor the Telegraph Sped
    Sheriff P. D. Reddish later picked Robert Kelly Margaret Rose propriety of the monthly billingsand esting and Informative article on start another course. Inquired and was told by City

    up Willie Charles Mitchell, who Duncan,.''Joann Slade. collections; the atomic bomb. Other magazines Also he must meet these requirements -. Clerk Carl Johns that results I I

    was reportedly Identified by Mrs. At the close of the 1949-50 term ((2) The checking of all tax receipts Including the Military Engineer : I have been "very satisfactory." NOW IN STOCK
    Dobbs as being the man enteringher of school the student body elected to the tax rolls and thenceto have carried some articles He will be expected to pursue Visitors to Starke seem to greatly
    house. He dented the charge Seeber Doyle Andrews as the and the his training until
    the receipts journal containing dependable Information. "continuously I appreciate this courteous treat i
    Mitchell had recently finished 1950-51 president of the Student depository; completion except for conditions ment, and most home folks do- e .
    serving a five-year term In the Council. Clara Thomas it secretary ((3)) The checking of all disbursements A recent publication by Lt. Col. which normally would cause interruption with the exception of a very few.

    State Prison on a conviction In and Nancy DuPre reporter. vouchers to the disbursement S. F. Tillman clarified the National by any student. Johns estimates that at least 90
    Duval County for breaking and At Its meeting last week the journal and verifying Guard retirement program to He may change his educational percent of the offenders pay back

    entering.He Council voted to ban "line crash- the correctness of each distribution such an extent that Guard leaders objective '"only while in trainingand the nickel that has been put into J. W.
    Is being held In the county Ing" In the cafeteria and before first the offenders ; In this community feel they then for reasons satisfactoryto the meter for them. GASKIN

    Jail here under $300 bond on a must appear must ((4)) Proving the column totalof now have a new selling point for the VA administrator" .
    warrant for breaking and enter. group. Second offenders the tax roll for the current year, organization. The following example The July 25, 1951, cut-off does
    Ing. pay a "vl lt" to the principal.KOCH'S verifying the discounts allowed In shows how advantageous not apply to veterans dischargedafter Baptistry Window Authorized Swift Agent

    .. hnth the General CItv___ record and-- enlistment can be for a veteran: July 25, 1947. They have Given To Church
    the Light and Water Department; Suppose the veteran served four four years from the date of dis- Heilbronn Springs Road
    ((5)I ) Checking all charges to years In World, War II and 20 charge In which to begin CI Bill By Mrs. AldermanA

    CUT DRUGS miscellaneous expenses and creating more In the National Guard. As- training. They must however
    a more detailed analysis of sume that he attended all summer finish training by July 25, 1956. recent addition to the buildingof
    RATE the various !Items; encampments and at least 315! Those enlisted or re-enlisted under the First Baptist Church of

    Never Undersold In Starke ((6)) The checking of all dupli- drills each year. At the end of the Armed Forces Voluntary Starke is 'a beautiful Illuminate Also see us for your fall truck & I o
    Are
    {We cate receipts of licenses and per. his tour he Is a Master Sergeant. Act (between October 6, 1945, and stained glass window placed In the strawberry fertilizers & insecticides.
    Shop At Koch's At Jacksonville Prices! mite Issued; After substituting the variable October 5, 1946)) have four years rear of the baptistry.The .

    (7) Checking the police docket above Into a complicated formula, from the end of their enlistmentor scene Is appropriate to the FREE Soil Testing.Manufacrured .

    LOOK GIRLS !! ) and accounting for all fines and It Is found that the Sergeant has reenlistment period in which to place It was designed for, as It
    l forfeitures; 1 accumulated nine "retirement" start training and nine years from portrays a river winding througha \

    First Grade 51 GuageNylons n ((8)) Making a detailed examination !- years. By taking two and a that time in which to complete it. wooded section. ORDER RED STEER NOW!

    of the accounting records half percent of $294 a number i Is A new law permitting a veteran -; This window is a gift to th
    :; a. such to determine this general obtained and this number Is then to change for the first time church by Mrs. C. W. Aldermar

    L LFall \ soy accounting; multiplied by the number of retirement from one general field of GI study and her family. The work wa
    ((9)) Making of a check of all years. The result Is retirement to another merely by applying for done by the (Florida Art Leaded!' f

    & Winter Shades utility meters with the assistanceof pay of $88.15 per month It will not be in effect after the Glass Co., and the window Is one 1 SWIFT & FLA.flWffi

    city employees to determine the or $793.80 annually. If purchasedIn cut-off date.Thomas of a few of its kind in the state. Plonl Food D'y'' ',' ,
    approximate number In service the form of an Insurance policy announced that the On-
    and the accuracy of the readings; I at current rates this would cost; Farm-Training Program under V. WINTER HAVEN.
    $ 09 ((10) Make such other examinations the veteran more than $5,000. The R. Ferguson together with the I. ClrrBlt Court Bradford Count, ....
    Florida I. Chaaeerr.
    as may be found necessary advantages of a free Insurance Florida Institute under Prof. C. Ethel Maude Leeds Plaintiff, vs. .
    during the course of the audit; policy such as this are too numerous 3 Partln Jr., are still In operationand Charles E. Leeds, Defendant.
    ((11)) Consult with the City to mention. that any veteran of World Case No. 8081
    Council during the course of the The local National Guard com War n with an honorable dis-

    r examination as to the progress of pany Is still In need of men. Those charge Is eligible to enter eitherof

    / the audit. of eligible age are urged to "Serve these two programs, on or before
    i'1 In the explanation of his bid! with people you know and join the July 25 1951. Weekend '
    .
    Grocer
    Dandelake said: local company."
    "I also propose and offer tc Mrs. Lex Green Specials
    Meet Me At (
    submit a complete report of my STARLING'S'S AND.Maitel.
    Baseball
    audit, more detailed In scope than Midget Selected To Attend (Sept. 29 & 30)

    Koch's Fountain previous reports and render ten Brings Out 60 White House Parley, l k

    certified copies of said report For First PracticeThe For You At e
    together with my comments and Mrs. Lex Green Executive

    recommendations for Improve first practice session for Democratic Committeewoman Corner Call & Cherry Streets. Starke. Quantity, Rights Reserved.

    SOC Colgate Shave Cream ments In your accounting records teams in the newly organized from Bradford County and past
    49 should that be found necessary, Midget Baseball Leall'UeWas/ held District President of the Florida
    "Though not placing a time limit Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock or Federation of Woman's Clubs, has FACTORY PACK BAGS (limit 3lb. 3
    upon myself as to the date of the field at Bradford High. been selected as one of the 32
    Plus 25c Pkg. Blades BOTH completion I offer to start the Some 60 boys between the ages Floridians( to attend President

    FOR audit Immediately after the booksare of 10 and 14 years attended the Truman's Mid-Century White

    closed and 'work continuouslyuntil organization meeting In the House Conference on Children and
    "Wake Up" Pocket the audit is. completed and 'American Legion Hall Wednesdayof Youth next December.

    ALARM ''CLOCKS .WATCHES In no way Interfere with the nor last week. Plans were also The conference is said to be the

    mal operation of the office rou made at this meeting for a "senior most significant national event .
    $1.99 tine." team" of older boys. concerning children In the decade.
    $1.98
    up up Jackson's motion to accept the Herb Thomas, who will serve as First convened In 1909 and meet-

    Dandelake bid was seconded by chief coach and manager explained Ing every 10 years since It Is
    H. A. Bishop Jr., and carried by that the purpose of the leagueis credited with greatly stimulating
    POCKET .
    $1 KNIFE 49c
    unanimous vote. to provide wholesome recrea- progress in the Juvenile field.

    tion for young boys during the The first White House Confer

    100 Liver Iron & Health Unit Staff winter months and at the same ence on Children and Youth was t
    100 UnicapVitamins time develop material for the called by President Theodore
    Vitamin B To Attend Meeting American Legion Junior Baseball I Roosevelt and ,was attended by
    $3.11 Team. He said that the 200 delegates. This conference
    program
    I
    Capsules $2.98You Staff members of the Bradford held
    In 1909,
    would not be permitted to interfere stimulated the crea-
    County Health Department will tion of the U. S.
    with the school athletic activities Children's Bureau.
    attend the annual meeting of the Conferences
    In any way. since then have
    Florida Public Health Association been
    don't take chances when you The four teams comprising the Instrumental In arousing
    to be bold In St. Petersburg, October public demand
    to Koch's, league are as follows: for child labor
    ,1 bring" your pnxwrlptlonit
    8-7. ALL FLAVORS 3 PKGS. LUCKY at 9t
    legislation and LEAF TOMATO |
    .4 for every prescription put Into The Reds sponsored by SheriffP. in stimulating the
    An Interesting program has formation ff
    1 D. Reddish with Ralph the Academy of Ped-
    Begueas
    our hand lit compounded with been arranged with
    prominent iatrlcs.

    ftr r arlemlflo 'u..y""wlth" finest out-of-state guest speakers and The coach Socks; sponsored by Alvarez The December conference will be Jello 25
    e1 19C Juice
    r quality drug' We Rive prompt the following will leave from here the large In
    Store with AI Harley as coach. history with
    t service, and above all, you get Wednesday to attend: Dr. A. Y. The Cats, sponsored by George'Kopelousoa 5,000 delegates attending.. It some will
    1 f exactly what your doctor, ord ra. Covington, health officer; Mrs. with Jerry Worner consider the development of the
    fJ m 21 hour Hertlre.DRUG Arlln L. McKnlght: and Mrs. Joyce as i coach; mental, emotional spiritual and
    Rlherd, publlce health nurses,, and physical
    Jack L. Trawlck sanitarian. The Cubs sponsored by B. T. youth'a qualities necessary for U. S. No. 1 IRISH(
    Thomas, with Jack Hazen happiness and
    as responsible
    R9 ks r 9ke will The remain Health open Department with the clerk office on coach. Citizenship
    f :It was stated that boys from all lb.
    duty during the absence of the a- Potatoes 10 2
    .sut yc bove.It schools In the county are eligibleto Per Capita Income
    participate In the If
    program
    is requested that those desiring Of Floridians
    they so desire; Transportation
    other services come In the ,
    home after practice sessions will Remains Near Peak
    Dr following Wednesday and Satur.
    tq ) day mornings be provided by school bus.
    A. J. Eaves will serve as chief Per capita Income of Floridians I WIS. DAISY LB. RATII LUNCHEON 12 OZ.

    league umpire. amounted to $1.102 last year, up

    W.C.T.U.Til Only 50 PercentOf 13t slightly per below cent 1948.since the 1940 Florida but

    ARE TIIRKK IMPORTANT : State Chamber of Commerce re- Cheese 39C MEAT 3
    Beer Licenses port
    STORE FACTORS IN EXTERMINATING
    TIlE LIQUOR TRAF- Renewed To Date Last year's per capita Income of
    I
    FICl Floridians was the highest on
    K 0 C H FREE DELIVERY I. The power of the ChrUtlanConwlmro. Only about half of Bradford record with the exception of 1947

    i County's holders of state beverage and 1948. Revised official figures
    Phone 53 Night 273-W 2. Public Opinion licenses have renewed them so for these two years are shown in
    SO COUNT
    S. The law doing Its. Duty. far with only a few days remainIng -, this week's business review of

    '. _.. .. .'.. (Florida, fjmxl. News) before the October 2 deadline. the State Chamber's research and NAPKINS PER 1
    ,c -- r' ,._, ,. ...-, .. .... ,' '. I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said industrial division as $1,103 and I

    yesterday.The 1.129 respectively.Florida PKG.

    collector'said< there are approximately stood first In the Southeast I
    Pearls RestrungSame CO holders of beverage In per capita Income last year
    licenses In this county and a position the State has maintained -
    Day Received 1 only 22 have renewed so far. since 1929 (the first year for PURE 3 IA

    Those who tall to comply before which official Income figures are @te'J

    AT the deadline must make new applications available) except In 1941 and 1942

    through the State Bev- when Virginia was slightly ahead. "'' Dot.
    : =; ': -- erage Department and will not be Per capita Income nationally In Ctn.
    permitted to dispense beverages ur 1949 was 131 per cent above 1940 (Plus 19C Lard 5
    6
    until the new licenses are Issued.It and down four per cent from 1948.
    cNSL MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE Starke, may require several weeks for Florida's comparable percentageswere Deposit)

    Florida processing the delinquent applications better In each of these two
    the collector pointed out. Instances.The .

    GUARANTEED REPAIRS: Next Monday will also be the relation of Florida's per
    deadline for renewing state and capita Income has improved over

    Watches, Watch Bands, Clocks, Jewelry, Pens, Lighters county occupational licenses, re- the period since 1929. Last year SUPERIOR
    quired of practically all Floridians earned 83
    cent
    except per as '
    "Your Printed Factory Guarantee Just Like Money To AM" retail business enterprises and of much as the national average. OLEO i : COLORED 21

    I Individuals rendering personal and This percent, though not as great i QUARTERS

    Ray Marlin professional services Delinquent as In war years is higher than in LB.
    fees are added to the regular costs 1948 and than in pre-war years
    I ,-__ __ - ---, -- -- _- of these licenses
    -- -:' L- after the deadline back to 1929. I _
    .