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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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T'S YOUR $120,000 COUNTYITELEGRAPH



I The state of California has been i Official Countu Publication Established In 1879

concerning its obligation to youthi
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I tical raJifornia ways-to it meet w as: that concluded-still obligation. faces two I .. UI\IE, 8E\'ESTY-T\\O .. ., STAKKK.: FLOIUDA, ntlUAY.. OCTOBER-- 6., 1950__ __ .. _ .. .. NUMBER TWELVE_ '



Kk sUnces rders.of The with adequate other respect services is lack to serving of for means dealing young for with people. I Coroner's Jury Frees MooreOf,, Blame 'r Smooth- Talking Operator Negroes To Petition For Rehearing; Y



I7L Irtlf inn ties WM and the Youth theme, held of the In preparation state'" Midcentury for the Highway 301 Death Of Mrs. WallEllery I Pearl Jacksonville Plane Street of Ina antique to Bowden operate dealer prominent an of anti-8 for L With.Benton opening.the, local ahop Woods awning virtually salesman talked ready P Appeal To U.s. Court Is Possible ;


.House Conference. que and furniture refinishing shop Into lending him Benton' truckto -
Iflorlda might also benefit from a similar bit of (Slim) Moore, local me In Starke were thwarted this week. make supposed delivery of A petition for a re-hearing be-

lr to Its relations to youth. Doubtless the two was held blameless In the Senator Johns Mrs. Bowden Is convinced now goods to Galnravllle. Benton Date of PKY Game fore the State Supreme Court will a

j pad.. would be found to be the "blind spots" In the accident of death of Mrs. J. E. Issues she put too much trust in one wonders why he did not "smell a Changed To Avoid be died by the three negroes con
I ra Certainly Incidents prior to and following the Lawtey, when a coroner's MessageTo Eddie Woods who had a convincing I rat," but at the time Woods' story vlcted here July 1049 for the murder

Li editorial "Misfit," published last weex, would returned accident"a verdict of "un- Welfare ClientsState "line' and whom the antique dealer sounded convincing and he let him Gator Growl .Conflict of D. L. Sllcox. Starke mer

at an Inquest delegated to the shop inj i have the truck. chant.
open
fwch Is the case. here announced t'one
Tuesday afternoon Senator Coach Jimmy Hobbs
Charley E. Johnsyesterday Late afternoon last week
Starke. one of Gainesville,
point to discuss with others the problem Moore had been that the date of the Stgsbee Scruggs
Ijlaklng It a held In the released the yesterday
) following Woods his wife loaded the
and
The anf of the three lawyers appointed -
Sfd this 14-year-old boy who now seems doomed jail here since the accident' prepared statement: large building at Court home game between BUS and P. K. I
hundred
by truck with two or three the court to defend the negroes
lire pig l III a round hole" existence, we have yet to meet about 6:20: Sunday after- To the citizens of Bradford and Jefferson Streets, formerly occupied dollars worth of antiques and left Yonge has been changed from Fri- by, said that they have 15 days

more tangible suggestion than-"A sad situation, yes. on U. S. Highway 301 In Union Counties: by Starke Dry Cleaner A Starke. They never returned. day, Oct. 13, to Thursday, Oct. 12. from September 29 in which tofile {

It teen be done about It T" What Indeed? of the Lawtey school house. After conferring with Cabinet Laundry, was rented and Mrs. The next news Benton had of The coach stated that the change the motion.

I existing ,circumstances It would seem that this Witnesses at the inquest were Officers- In Tallahassee It gives me Bowden planned to use It as a retail his truck came this week when a was made In order that local fans
Stating his time and the time of others when he attends by State's Attorney T. great pleasure to be able to announce shop and also the center of garage owner In Walterboro, S. C. may attend Gator Growl at the tt the new motion Is denied by

cl1OOl. Still in the fifth grade-and there only by the Duncan and County Judge E. K. to you that the cut In your operations for refinishing work sent him a cost estimate of need University. of Florida In Gainesville the State Supreme Court Scruggs"could"
aid that the defendants
Iwclal prDmotlon"-he still is unable to read and has acting as coroner. pensions will be restored"In the taken In in Jacksonville and other ed repairs. It had been wrecked I
Led attend instructional movies on the grounds It was brought out that Mrs. check which you will receive this cities in this area. Wood's who Evidently Woods had had an accident appeal to the United States Supreme '
to motion was walking from her home, month. was to operate the shop here, : and left the truck at the All Eligible Boys Court, but did not Indicate (:
against pictures of %
religiouS scruples any type. the east I whether or not they plan to do so.
side of the railroad We are all South Carolina and told
in hopes that spent a lot of time remodelling garage
your
has committed several acts of more or less To Attend
Although he In Lawtey, to the Baptist pension checks will be left alone and redecorating the place and it them to notify Benton. Urged By a alx to one vote the State
Inature] there Is nothing serious enough to cause his where she was to attend a from now on, as the Cabinet members had been partially stocked with So far nothing is known of the Boy Scout Meetings Supreme Court on September 29
fmtted to a reform school or other Institution of similar meeting at 6:30.: She was have assured me there are several hundred dollars worth of whereabouts of Woods-.the mar upheld the death sentences) imposed

Staying at home and "helping around the place" is not the highway, from east to ample funds now available and antiques.* with the convincing line of talk. Scoutmaster Cecil Sewell! In Circuit Court here upon

because the home Is not the type to offer when struck by the automo that you should not have receivedthe urges all boy who wish to become George Wolfork, L, D. Robinsonand

itlon or even one to inspire desire for such effort.He driven by Moore, which was other cut.I members of Troop 70 to attend Walter McDonald for the May +

| cannot come under the worthy program for Starke.southward in the direction sincerely hope that at the Commissioners Reject Proposed Sale the Thursday night meeting In the 4, 1949& slaying of Silcox during
he Is under the minimum age limit of 16 next session the Legislature will an attempted robbery of his store
ftl because Scout hut on Pratt Street at 7:30
him under the wing of a childless Witnesses estimated that do something to remedy the disgraceful here.
taking
sIn
perhaps home of more congenial atmosphere than his '. car was traveling be- situation that now exists Of Hospital To County For $135,000Opposition o'clock.At their appeal to the Supreme
!
until worth a try.. But that Is a calculated risk that 30 and 40 miles an hour. I In the way the State Welfare present there are several Court the negroes alleged that a
Highway Patrolman Q. A. Fill-: Board handles the pension set-up. vacancies In the troop and the confession made them in the
by
tew_ would care to take.So .r',, -
people ? Right back where we started testified that he could smell I have fought for the old people to .the proposal that tor the purpose of housing the Scoutmaster would like to see state prison at Ralford was Illegally
| where are we school around home, and on :Moore's: breath, but i ever since I have been In the the county purchase North Floe library. It was pointed out that these filled as soon as possible.The obtained, that members of
The boy out of loafing not tell to what extent he' Legislature and I can just'now see ida Qllnlc and operate it as a the project has approximately $3- troop ls> now being reorganized their race were excluded from a
that
Ipnhaps-In a year or two for that first offense been drinking. I victory ahead as I feel that the county hospital was voiced In aft 000 set aside for equipping the for the new year and the annual serving on the jury, and that evidence 0

la the Inevitable end to his unhappy childhood. In hi* statement to the jury rest of the Legislators are at last unanimous vote by four County library, which could be used on the re-registration will be completed In the case was not sufficientto
1IIIII't l that we are trying to make a "cause celebre" of said that he had had one beginning to realize the seriousness I Commissioners during the after- requested space If made available. within the next few'days). sustain con vie:It Ion.

lud case. "There are so many families like that In earlier In the afternoon with and need of a different way noon session of the board's regu- The matter was laid over until The Scoutmaster says that an
Itr.why get excited over this particular one?" is an fellow on Black Creek," but to administer the old age pension lar meeting here Monday. such time as the new jail Is com-: interesting program of activities In a 6-1 decision the Supreme

liavt met. he was not feeling any effect' I program. In taking this action, membersof pleted and the present one vacated la being planned for the winter Court overruled the contentions

Well, If you want to be coldly calculated over the matter It at the time of accident. He Humbly yours, I I the board expressed belief thatIt It was reported that several months and he urges all eligible: and held the confessional wa ad-

IttU For the sake of getting on with the that he did not see Mrs. Wall Charley E. Johns would place fan unbearable tax months ago during logging ,and boys to Join the troop now so that mlssable.
the car actually struck her, pulpwood operations, workmen take events In his) lone dissenting/ opinion,
In these
can part
Idtacount. for the time being, all talk of being our burden" on the taxpayer of the they
that It all happened "so employed by Lester Kite and B. T. Justice Elwyn Thomas) said he
too at this time.
Lr similar sentiments that county
and
doing unto others that I couldn't have stopped Bishop Elected Thomas placed obstructions In the could not agree to affirmance "be 1'
|honor with the proper degree of Up service only. Let's It had been my own mother." Earlier In the day the Commissioners nature of a temporal/ bridge or Kopelousos Will cause I think the confession obtained 1

Imposition on a purely monetary basis. That Is was some question a- had heard Dr J. M. Hem- crossing In a drainage ditch near Head Dimes MarchThe In the flat top' were not so !

I all of us can understand. Moore's failure to atop his car Council HeadH. bree, Dr. H. H. Adam and Superintendent the H. H. Lewis farm. free and voluntarily *. to be' ad- I'

loo you realize that a family with six children such following the Impact. A. M. Sleg of North According to the report, these appointment of George mlMable evidence." l"

|fed In our article last week, will draw In aid to slowed down but drove on to Florida Clinic make a proposalthat the obstructions are causing considerable Kopelousoji, local restaurant own During the trial here State' At- ifi. .

Irtn over a period of ten years a grand total of more Cafe a distance measur- A. Bishop, Jr., was elected hospital the from county the present purchase owner damage to Mr. Lewis's farm er, to head the annual March of torney T. E. Duncan said the i.!.

KM? And what will we get foi our 20.000 poured into by Patrolman Fllllnglm at 147 chairman of the City Council at for the sum of 135000. A financial and should be removed. The clerk Dimes drive was Announced this negroes were placed in the 'flat ''itop'
in 10 15 before he actually stopped. Its was Instructed to contact Mr. week. This feature of the cam- both for their '
lolhome now under discussion? Just this: or reorganization meeting here statement submitted by own protection I
told the jury that he did Thomas and Mr. Kite Informingthem paign for funds for Infantile paralysis and to avoid
Tuesday night. possible
I Instead of one dome costing an >ultimate $20,000 them showed the Inventoried a escape ,f
Ibolx child :" !In this because his wife and little girl Titus Olson/ was elected l to the of. the report and requestingthat Is scheduled for January from the antiquated Bradford L
homes (one for each 1"DW nr P In He said that the !value of land,' building, fixture .. "
the car. the obstructions
Board alleged be x
of
Bond County
8)0" Trustee jail.
lent) at a cost of U20ooo-an.d so on ad infinitum. for a and equipment of_ the local hospital -
was of a nervous tempera- three year term to fill the removed. Haines Addresses
expired
[ Well -slightly. Doubtless as 31B ? perhaps
exaggerated and that doctors had advis term of O. L. The countyattorney was requested "
|jf even!' this lll-Joun&Aa bid Vtfl make good at least td I ( that she be kept from undue The following Beasley.committee were;f Dr: ,Hembree stated that few,, to prepare a suitable deed Rotary Club Work Started

let of being self-supporting. But when you consider ltement, named for the new year: If any, hospitals are paying propositions for the Commissioners to conveya The Rev. L. D. Haines of ,
pastor
|ire many more homes of this type In the county, it Is ses testified that Moore P. L. Bridges, chairman Street and that the one here has portion of the) Kirby Crew road M
astronomical-<- ven back to the of the ac become such a financial drain on to 'CrOll the First Baptist Church, wa
tu that the figures soon become scene Committee; W. T. Jackson and right-of-way Mrs. Effle by, On New Church J
|l e exceptions who will grow up to pay their own where he collapsed ap- Jas. L. Lewis, members. j him and his associates that they owner of adjacent lands, as per guest speaker at the Rotary Club .
I* from shock and emotion- Jas. L. Lewis, chairman Fire no longer feel they can carry the resolution and notice heretofore Wednesday deploring the trend
that the r
load. He suggested
lud that Isn't the end. By the time the children strain. Department Committee.W. recorded. toward ."modernism" In some Work started Monday on the
Ipus the dependency age limit, the parents will have Wall had resided In Lawtey T. Jackson chairman Safety county that take to build It over a new and hospital pointedout Immediately upon passing of Churches today, and expressing new Airpark Baptist Church. It }*t
It three years moving there Committee: P. L. Bridges and title to the grantee, the road supervisor 'I
.65 year bracket and begin drawing their old age Lake City. Born In Rocks- O. L. with the same number of beds as was instructed to restore thanks that the South still remains will be of concrete block construction >W
Hazen members
I for the family and with an overall size of 65x32.
And what has been accomplished the North Florida Clinic, would :
N. C.. she moved to Lake L O. Hazen, chairman Sanitation said lands to their original level relatively free from this In .
fcunlty In which It lives? The family has been kept In 1916 with her husband Committee; Bridges and Jackson I cost In the neighborhood of $450.: < so far as Is practical with the fluence. He was Introduced by The first service in the present

l -but on a strictly hand-to-mouth basis. Nothing later lived In Punta Gorda be- members. 000.In county grading equipment and to T. It. Blade who had charge of Airpark church building wa held

|tire has been accomplished to insure that the new coming to Lawtey, where the No changes were made In per. I a frank discussion of the ad- remove all culverts In the present the program. July 31, 1840& and the rapid growth .

1111 be any less a load on society than the old. bought and operated the sonnet of the Police Department. vantages and disadvantages offered road right-of-way, President W. H. Graham reminded of the congregation has made It N

So need anyone ask why we are concerned with the Thede store. Her husband J I by the local hospital O. L. Patten, attorney for D. L. the members of the Dale Car. necessary to undertake an expansion ;;:

IIITCS In the hutment behind a cane patch about three her In death by several Lions To Award Dr Hembree said that the Durban of Lawtey, addressed the negie course now being organizedhere program. When the new buildIng (I'.,
ItownT location was not the bent Commissioners letter Is completed, the present building -
The mere fact that this family Is multiplied by stating under the auspices of Rotary -
f over makes It a factor to be reckoned with In the Survivors Include three sons, C. Annual TrophiesTo being near a heavily travelled that the action of the county In and asked that prospects be will be partitioned off and used

m I Bradford County, the State, and Nation.: Wall Wlckenburg Ariz.; J. E. BHS LeadersAt highway, and pointed out that s grading a new road through Mr contacted as soon as possible For Sunday School room The .
-Californla that lacks services and H. T. Wall, both of Law- part of the building was a frame Durban's property and its subsequent Sunday School now has 10. classes
| Isn't the only state
Mrs. Frank C. structure. In his opinion, how with a total attendance sometimes
daughter, upkeep has caused him
one the great
;
Ing with behavior) disorders and the means for I regular meeting of the Song PracticeAt 120.
a* high a*
Lake City; and three Lions Club Wednesday night It ever, these disadvantages were property damage. He also advised
lunlly! ties. Mrs. N. F. Myers, Ring- was decided to award offset by the saving that the that If the land was leveled and .Woodlawn ChurchA The building committee In
a
Ifct trophy
us hope that this deficiency will receive Its full Va.; Mrs M. L. Morris, Blair, annually to the best athlete (Sen- county would realize over attempt. the ''fence replaced that he will charge of the present work, U
Ption at the forthcoming Midcentury Conference. It's a ., and Mrs Callie Walker, Law- ior class) at BHS. Another I Ing to build a new hospital of its not seek monetary damages.The song practice service will be- composed of Lacy Conway chairman I
from the White House to the hutment behind the cane trophy will be awarded annually own. He said that the equipmentIn letter was attached to a gin Monday, Oct. 13, at 7:30: o' Austin Bell. J. L. Bagwell, C.

I>It t will take something more than dollar bills to bridge Funeral services were held to the graduate with the highest the North Florida Clinic was a- blueprint of the alleged road right- clock In the Woodlawn Missionary I B. Johns, and the pastor Rev. L*.

morning at 10:30: o'- scholastic standing.It I mong the finest to be found inl I of-way and lands involved and a* Baptist Church according to an. G. Hemingway i
this area, not excepting the the announcement by the pastor. The:
In the Lawtey Baptist was also decided to have a matter Is an outgrowth of Much of the labor on the new
of which she was a mem- banquet for the Tornado football er hospitals of Jacksonville several complaints, the clerk was service was postponed from e structure la being contributed by

with Rev. C. B. North officiat squad and the time was tentatively I County Attorney H. V. Knight Instructed to hand the letter and prior date because of the Illness of volunteer worker, Conway said.
Interment was In Bethlehem set for the first week In Decem advised the board that It blueprint to the county attorney C H Bacon, leader, Some trouble 1 I. being' experienced
To.
Play Good Game Lake City, under the I I could not take positive action on for an Investigation and advice. I I "We cordially Invite all who in obtaining materials In short

ladoes of Wilson Funeral Home. ber.Chefs for the Wednesday meet the proposal at this time since petitions Pursuant to advertised notice care to' cooperate |n making this supply, but the committee hope

ing were Frank Landrum, Titus would have to first be signee'by for a truck with stock body to be service a big success," the pastor to complete the building without

To Narrow 13-6 Margin To Conduct Olson' George Sapp and Harry five percent of the freeholders used for Impounding livestock, t'vo r said. any undue delay,
bond elec
Houston. in the county calling a offers were made as follows:
..,.... ,
Pecan SalesThe tionfor, the purpose of financing One from M. R. Judd specified "r
'1Od! line play of the Bralrnadoos !- Own fumbles recovered: such a project. The only step appropriate a sale price of $fl75 with terms, and
held the favored, Seabreeze 1 management of the Starke Special ElectionFor for the board to take at an offer to rent with certain restrictions -

opted Seabreeze Sandcrabs"victory KlckofTs' run back, yards: Farmers Market announce will be Town of Lawtey this meeting would be to ask the and conditions not acceptable My Dear Have You Heard. .
,
last Friday night SO. Seabreeze 46 the usual pecan sales Supervisor of Registration to prepare to the board.
ona Beach. Good worklinemen The Sandcrabs tied up this fall. Exact dates of the Set For TuesdayA a list of qualified freeholders., .

and hard plunging In the second quarter with will be announced later. since no such list Is now available,, One from Felix M. Sullivan The notary Club is going to stagea e <
Interested in successor to the late L. H specified a monthly rental of $100
Tornado backs local onds left and went ahead Growers who are the attorney said.Commissioner whirlwind old
gave clothes collection
'rod show for their the third period for victory.The their pecans before the reg.i Hill long time Lawtey city clerk E. L. Crawford to cover gas, oil, tires, repairs and
money.
in attack of Seabreeze, first quarter saw sales may get in touch with will be named In a special election moved that such a list be ordered to be available at all time next Wednesday, Oct. 11 .

was the deciding factor fumbling and gaining through the market. 10. to be held Tuesday October and the motion was adopted. by The board temporarily acceptedthe A perfectly marvelous idea. I'd
win played Tornadoes : It was also! announced that unanimous vote. offer' of Mr. Sullivan.
but the
game age, still be ob I L. H. Futch, who recently resigned say And just think ot. the possibilities
DI'I passing strategy four first downs to the plants can After the noon recess, however, The clerk presented a letter from
them as chairman nf the Law. darling. If I let them have
'the 6-0 lead punched_ut Late In the period. Bennett for growers who need the matter was again taken up and Mrs. Perry E. John of Jacksonville ,
Council
Tornadoes In the second punt on his own 35 and $5 per thousand plus freight.I former tey clerk, and and O.one-time J. Phillips, a upon I I unanimous vote of the mem' stating that she had a, suitable that old coat I've been wearing for ',

1ft ground gaining runs by nadoes started rolling. growers who still need plants Lawtey, are mayorof for ben present (Commissioner Craw truck for sale, but upon request umpteen years then John will simply
competing
Irk and Hazen the lat- Hazen took the ball down asked to contact the market the office.' ford being absent) the. action of of the clerk to her for a HAVE to buy me a new one. .
r 13 yards for BUS'S only Seabreeze 46. Hazen the board calling for a list of the formal offer and price she had
H. C. Is the candidate
Kelly sole
Johns carried to the 30 and Called for the unrxplrrd term of qualified freeholder of the county not replied so the letter was not See what I mean? lie wouldn'tdare

Game Statistics crashed to the Sandcrab MarinesCarl Mr. Futch.'Messiah'. was rescinded: and In another unani- considered stand by and see me freezeto

towns rushing: BHS 10. penalty called the play To mous vote the board declared Its The salary of the courthouse death-I hope.They're .

awns In the next two plays Fendrick, assistant su opposition to the proposition be- janitor was raised from '$120 to
J. all closets
down RehearsalsNow of the prospective "unbear asking us girls to go through our this
cause
first
passing: BHS 0 Clark won a of the wet mill for $130 per month.
142 On able tax burden." weekend and ort> out the good, wearable things that we
Crabs' 18 yard line. Gold Corp. operator Under Way Manager. and clerks were
appointed
1own by through the I A committee from the Woman' no longer need, pack them in a box or tie in a bundle and i:
BHS 1 Johns drove mine east
penalty; for the
duPont llmenlte forthcoming General -
01rot three yards and then the has been called back tc I I Mrs R. A. Edwards, chairman Club consisting of Mrs. H. C. Election on November 7. leave them at the front door next Wednesday. A wonderful :

jut downs: BHS 11. Searushing ed end for 15 yards and a Starke duty, with the Marine Corps of the Chorus Committee of the Rltch. Mr. R. A. Green, Mrs. K. Wednesday, Oct. 20. at 10 A. M opportunity to get rid of a lot of things too goodto

I down. Hazen's try for left Thursday for Camp Le- Philharmonic Society of Gainesville G. Duncan. Mrs. Florence Brown was set as lh* time for the board throw away, and yet which are just. taking up much
rifled. announced that rehearsals Mrs. Roy M. Ward. Miss Lillian needed
: BHS was no gODd.Sandcrab where space.
New River to meet and revise the list of
sere 185 Quarterback will, be assigned NtC. perma- have started for the sixth annual Stump Mrs H. H. Adams and 'qualified voters. They're asking for everything wearable--men' and la.'j,

Iced, passing: BHS 0 heaved a long pass from personnel with the rating of I I pre efttatlon' of "The Messiah' Mrs. Jeannette D. KIncaid, ap- Tax Assessor Andrews dies clothing and shoes ; and especially children's warm
before the board requestIng Guy pre-
End Dick under the auspice of the Gainesville peared
line to
39 yard winter It there
things. little
that the monthly allowance of wnted I his assessment roll for 1950 seems are some fellows in
attempted: BHS 2, Seas who carried line. With to the 55 Fendrick has been her with sine the Several Ministerial stagers Association.from the 123 contributed to the library project I and having compared the original school who actually don't have enough to wear=and ,
yard operation and two thereof cold weather just around the corner!
: be Increased to $37.50. copies as requlr-
ComPleted Starke took this
through of area part in
s : sneaked
Paaaes intercepted BHS 0, Sea-by: for Brock 9 yards and on the 1948. He In has the three Marines years and presentation last year and the The matter was laid over until 'id by law, the board found the So don't forget, dear. Next Wednesday, shortly after

8'sbreeze 2 Brock threw a tot pass to service half years In the Ma invitation Is again extended tc later In the day at which time the iam to be correct. the noon hour. Seems the Rotarians will adjourn their

"* Punta: BHS 5. Sea- oven who went 8 yards and a the public to participate. Any request was denied because the regular meeting early and organize teams to cover the
1 Reserve. MARK DAVID KIDD
tonm's first touchdown. accompanied to North one Interested In attending 1000- 1 budget has already been entire town. The least we can do is have that bundle
t jrmrds. off will be these rehearsals may obtain adopted and no provision was made Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kidd announce waiting at the door for them. Don't
27 punts: BHS 38 Bradford kicked by his wife and young for the Increased allowance.The the birth of a son Mark you think so? Me t
of the have further information from Mrs. too.
x start
the They
breeze at MichaeL i it
Stephen committee also requested David In North Florida Clinic on
lIallzed I Marian Howe at the Starke
: and Beasley-Kln-
BHSft5.se. half. Brock the
: residingIn
handoffs and I Lak. Chambe rof Commerce. I suitable apace In the present coun- Thursday, Sept. 28. t t
l.. the ban on cottage on Klngsley
I
: :
Bas -
I, Seabreeze 2 the .line from their 40 to J"
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD OOVNTJ!' '!'l'ELEGRAPD. STARKE. FLORIDA T"RDAY, SEPT>t\fBtD:


Guardsmen Veterans RemindedOf Starke ComplimentedOn Appear.O..f r..tI..n STATM OV AmA.....OIt.U'Votlp\ TOi To 'o'.nty lw 1..1"
Bid Order
Local Housewife Student Council City Accepts Local Charles & litfftdfl, whose raiildence In ''I" : nOI e
I Of and address. I.: 94 Routh, South Cur. Wltn" ""J r r, .
Finds Negro Man Has First MeetingOf For Complete Audit Take Atomic CourseIn July Deadline, Treatment ollna Avenue, Apartment 207 Allan, at Slark, 4" .n.h. ", ;
ticCity. New Jersey:
Behind Piano I School YearThe Of Fiscal Year Jacksonville For Training Courses Meter ViolationsA You BOtlt are,required 1150* In the to appear on named October Ry(U@'FIcl A h\ 110;". 'I.

a The uncomfortable feeling of 24-member Bradford High Bids on auditing the books of The Atomic Indoctrination County Service Officer A. J. nice compliment was paid Court......k. and dlvorr cnune, Bradford wherein plaintiff County H.O Attys Sven Brn", r'. !ks

finding a negro man hiding behind I School Student Council held Its the City of Starke for the year Course was presented on two Thomas Jr.? has released the following Starke by Sam Butz, managing In Telegraph.next; four shall weekly. publish: InaueiiWltneHi this. Order : fn 'I" RII V
Times-Union
the piano was experienced about first meeting of the year on Thursday 1919-5,0/ were received by theCounchlast successive Wednesday'nights in Information of interest to editor of the Florida mv hand and official neat I In Clrralt .',,,
9 o'clock Thursday morningof Sept. 21. week as follows: Jacksonville for National Guard Bradford County Veterans: In his Sunday column. He wrote: 2 at th.Starke 15aeU1"FICIAf.,. Florida. this September Lora 1..r"lnl I., I hnnwrlq.

last week by Mrs. Alton Dobbs of I Each class, grades 7 through Purvis Cray & Powers of andReaerve Officers of this military The deadline for starting GI Bill "Starke has a nice way of telling ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1o'rankel.1o'r.o J I/:" r
district. courses of education and trainingfor have been remiss Ai Clerk of said Court Iyd.e 01 .
.
visitors that they Pu411"ntleq
.
Lafayette Street. 12, elects its own representativesand Gainesville $400; fly Haven Crosby: Deputy) Clerk
moat veterans Is July 25: In their relationships with the T. Frank Starke, AIIe nnb"ru,1'U': Ile,
Mr; Dobbs was busy with her thin year the Council person- Charles W Johnson 'Jr.. Jacksonville Among those attending from I..ndruon. Florida/ ,'
housework in the kitchen when nel is as follows: $385: ; here were Maj. T. K. McClane, Jr 1951.That: parking meters. If an'out of Attyn. for fit. Vit9! It 10120 New sddrees Yorl P
_
she heard a dog barking and alac 12th Grade: Clara Thomas II. A. Tony Reaves Gainesville, Battalion Executive Officer of the date, established by law. town car Is found In violation at In C Irrtilt Court llrmlford ('ouul", tuber You .ar ,.
some noise about the front of the James Norman, Idell Durban, $350: ; 2nd Battalion, 124th Infantry; Maj. should be kept In mind when a meter, a card is placed on it .luxHl Fh rlilnl' Hedgers In Chnntfrr, Hiilnllff.: *' Court Ixtl anr'oka \", a
*
hcuse. She went through the living James Frevatt. George W. Dnndelake, Jacksonville J. W. Brownlee. 202nd Medical World War II veterans make future telling the owner that a coin has H. Itoa-er. Defendant. Cane VII.No. Bert 807Orilrr T.I"lfrICI.h dl ,

room latched the front door 11th Grade: Joan Silcox, Shirley $545: : Battalion; Capt. T. C. Hazen. Ads plans for schooling or trainIng been placed in the meter by a of. 1'iihlli-Mtlon"....'..1.101..... And Kl.OltlllV Notice Totnnmr. In next f,
and a* idle turned to go back to the Harley, Margie Wall Arley Mc- Hall & FlHbcr, Jacksonville $3: jutant of the 2nd Battalion 121th under the GI Bill. I policeman and will\ the owner Bert 1(. Rogers, whone address.TOi In Wltnesi Rlxrkl.' ,' oat

kitchen she saw a negro man peer. Rae p sr day. Infantry; Capt. Hugh B. Ingram Most veterans actually must be please drop around to the police addremi unknown. wan and Miami whose Florida.lout known: '! 1'bllplnifA' I ",
ing from behind the piano. 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 onOc ( I ,ii/.....
told Mrs. Dobbs zen Kenneth Conway Ed Griffin, bids, motion was made by W T. local company; 1st Lt. Al K. want to continue afterwards. VA Involved; a nickel. The owner alec tol>..r 80th 1115il In appear try H"y,1\ ,
The Intruder named! Court and cause, wherein ,
not to scream and he would not Johnny Kopelousos. Jackson that the Dandelake bid be Carlisle, Executive Officer and will consider a veteran to be in is asked not to fail to pay the plAintiff seeks divorce Bradford Attyx T. Frank for I.1'\..\.' ,il'D In
harm her. She "let out a yell." 9th Grade: Mary Sue Epperson, accepted. This bid provided for Warrant Officer A. L. Crosby Jr.,! training, even though he has tem- meter on another occasion."It 1

however, and the man fled througha Nancy DuPre, Tom McClane, a detailed audit involving: the Administrative Officer, both of the porarily interrupted his course for would be !interesting to know --.
door at the rear of the living Wayne Douglas. checking of every monetary local company. I I summer vacation or for other reasons what kind of results this courteous
room, closely followed by a dish 8th Grade: Joann Smith Mil- transaction for the fiscal period, According to those interviewed beyond control. treatment gets from visitors tc
"hurled by the frightened house bourn Mills Barbara Prevail Including: the layman may profit from read.I Once- he completes or discontinues Starke" Butz concluded.For .
I Frances Caldwell.7th ((1)) The adding of all water his program of training
wife. Ing a recent issue of Life magazine the information of the Broccoli.
Grade: Bobby Ferguson, and light receipts to ascertain the which contained a very Inter- after the 1991 date he may not SpeciNOW
Sheriff P. D. Reddish later pick. I Robert Kelly, Margaret Rose Times-Union editor, the Telegraph
propriety of the monthly billings esting and informative article on start another course. told
ed up Willie Charles Mitchell who IlunranJoann Slade. Inquired and was by City
and collections; the atomic bomb. Other magazines Also he must meet these requirements -
that
Clerk results
Mrs Carl Johns
Identified by
was reportedly 1949-50 term
of the
At the close ((2)) The checking of all tax receipts :
Including the Military Engineer "
Dobbs being the man enteringher have been "very satisfactory.
as of school the student body elected to the tax rolls and thenceto have carried some articles He will be expected: to pursue IN STOCK
Visitors to to
Starke
house. He denied the charges. the seem greatly
Andrews as
Seeber Doyle the receipts. journal and the ills training
containing dependable information "continuously until I
had finished! of the Student appreciate this courteous treat. I
Mitchell recently 1950-51: president depository .completion *
; except for conditions
serving a five-year term In the Council. Clara Thomas Is secretary merit and most home folks do- .
((3)) The checking of all die which
A recent publication by Lt. Col. normally would cause Interruption -
with
the of few.
State Prison on a conviction In and Nancy DuPre reporter exception a very
bursements vouchers to the disbursement -
S. F. Tillman clarified the National by any student"He
Johns estimates that at least 90
week the
Duval County for breaking and. At its meeting last
journal and verifying Guard retirement may change his educational
Council voted to ban "line crlahIng" program to percent of the offenders pay back
entering.He the correctness of each distribution such an extent that. Guard lead- objective '"only while In trainingand
offenders the nickel that has been
is being held in the county in the cafeteria and first put Into j. w. !
; ers In this community feel they then for reasons satisfactory GASKIN
must before the I the meter for them.
jail here under $300 bond on 8 appear
the column totalof
Second offenders must ((4) Proving now have a new selling point for 1 to the VA administrator" -
warrant for breaking and enter- group.
"visit" to the principal.KOCH'S the tax roll for the current year, organization. The following example The July 25: 1951: cut-off does
ing. pay a verifying the discounts allowed 1 in shows how advantageous not apply to veterans d lchargedaltar Baptistry Window Authorized Swift Agent

both the General City records and(I enlistment can be for a veteran: July 25: 1947. They have Given To Church *
II the Light and Water Department: Suppose the veteran served four four years from the date of discharge -
CUT ((5)) Checking all charges t o, years In World War II and 20 In which to begin GI Bill By Mrs. AldermanA Heilbronn Springs Road

DRUGS : miscellaneous expenses and creating more In the National Guard. Assume training. They must, however

RATE a more detailed analysis 01 r that he attended all summer finish training by July 25, 1956.: recent addition to the building

Ute various items; encampments and at least 35 Those enlisted or re-enlisted un of the First Baptist Church of .

We Are Never Undersold In Starke ((6) The checking of all duplt drills each year. At the end of der the Armed Forces Voluntary Starke is a beautiful illuminate Also see us for your fall truck & ., k. ..
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
Shop At Koch's At Jacksonville Prices! mils issued; After substituting the variables ; October :5, 1946)) have four years rear of the baptistry. strawberry fertilizers & insect! \\4

(7)) Checking the police docket above into a complicated formula. from the end of their enlistment The scene Is appropriate to the cides. FREE Soil Testing.

LOOK GIRLS !! [) and accounting for all fines and It Is found that the Sergeant has or reenlistment period In which to place it was designed for, as it ,
forfeitures; accumulated nine "retirement" start training and nine
years from portrays a river winding througha
First Grade 51 GuageNylons n I ((8)) Making a detailed exami years. By taking two and a that time in whIch to complete it. wooded section. \p

; nation of the' accounting recordsas half percent of $294 a number Is A new law, permitting a veteran This window' is to ORDfR RED STECR NOW!;
tht
such to determine this general obtained and this number Is then to change for the first time church Mrs. G. a gift

L LFall j; accounting; multiplied by the number of retirement from one general field of GI study her by family.' The W. Aldermarand
,, ((9)) Making of a check of all years. The result Is re- to another merely by applying for work wafdone Manufactured by
1
the Florida
by Art
I I"" utility meters with the assistance tirement It will not be in Leaded "
& Winter Shades pay of $60.13: per month effect after the Glass Co., and the window Is one SWIFT & COMPANY iPlpnt FaodSl
of to cut-off
city employees determine the or $793.80 annually. If purchasedIn date.Thomas .
of a few of its kind In the state. .
approximate number In service the form of an Insurance policyat announced that the On- Plan J Food CivilianWINTER ea-

and the accuracy of the readings; current rates this would cost Farm-Training Program under V. HAVEN, FLA. ".. "
$109 ((10) Make such other examinations the veteran more than $5.000.: The R. Ferguson together. with the !. Circuit l....., Bradford County.Florida -.,,
as may be found necessary advantages of a free Insurance Florida Institute under Prof. C. l la Chancery.Ethel .
k during the course of the audit; policy such as this are too numerous S. Partin Jr., are still in operationand Charles Maude Leeds, Plaintiff, Va. .
R. Leeds, Defendant.
((11) Consult with the City to mention. that any veteran of World Case No. 8091
Council during the course of the The local National Guard company War II with an honorable discharge -
? examination as to the progress of is still In need of men. Those! is eligible to enter either

the audit. of eligible age are urged to "Serve of these two programs, on or be-
In the explanation of his bl Dandelake said: local company." Groce

Meet 1J1 eAt {' "I also propose and offer tc Mrs. Lex Green Specials

Koch's Fountain submit audit, more a complete detailed report In scope of than my Midget Baseball Selected To Attend (Sept. 29 & 30) STARLING'S'$ AXDHUej-

t previous reports, and render ten Brings Out 60 White House Parley

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

ONLY recommendations for Improvements I first practice session for Democratic Committeewoman Corner Call & Cherry Streets, Starke. Quantity Rights Reserved.FACTORY .
50c Colgate Shave Cream In your accounting' records teams in the newly organized from Bradford County and past
should that be found necessary Midget Baseball League was held District President of the Florida

49 "Though not placing a time limit Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock OP Federation of Woman's Clubs has PACK BAGS limit
Plus 25c Pkg. Blades upon myself as to the date of i the field at Bradford High. been selected as one of the 32 (
FOR BOTH completion I offer to start the Some 60 boys between the ages Floridians to attend President
audit immediately after the books of 10 and 14 years attended the Truman's Mid-Century White
are closed and work continuouslyuntil organization meeting in the House Conference on Children and
"Wake Up" Pocket the audit ia, completed and American Legion Hall Wednesday Youth next December.

ALARM '''CLOCKS .IW ATe H E S In no way interfere with the normal of last week. Plans were alsc The conference Is said to be the
operation of the office rou made at this meeting for a "senior most significant national event lb.a

$1.99up $1.98 tine" :, team" of older boys. concerning children in the decade. .
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 !fig every 10 years since it Is

$1 POCKET KNIFE 49c H. A. Bishop, Jr., and carried by that the purpose of the leagueIs credited with greatly stimulating
-
unanimous vote. to provide wholesome recrea- progress In the juvenile field.

tion for young boys during the The first White House Confer

100 Iiver.lron & Health Unit Staff winter months and at the same ence on Children and Youth was
100 Unicap time develop material for the called by President Theodore
Vitamins Vitamin B To Attend MeetingStaff American Legion Junior Baseball Roosevelt and >was attended by

$3.11 Capsules I $2.98 Team. He said that the program 200 delegates. This conference
members of the Bradford I held
would not be permitted to Inter' In 1909, stimulated Ute creation -
County Health Department will
fere with the school athletic of the U. S. Children's
activities Bureau.
attend the annual meeting of the Conferences
In any way. since then have
Florida Public Health Association
Von don't take chance when you The four teams comprising the been instrumental !In
to be held in St. Petersburg Oc- arousing
,, bring your pnwrlptloim. to Koch's. tober 5-7. league are as follows: public demand for child labor

4, fur every prescription put Into An interesting program has The Reds sponsored by SheriffP. legislation and in stimulating the ALL FLAVORS 3 PKGS. LUCKY LEAF TOMATO hot<

our handlt Is compounded with been arranged with prominent D. Reddish with Ralph Begueas formation of the Academy of Ped

'''r quality scientific drugs.ae..u..y..wIU"We:Rive *promptnervier finest out-of-state the following guest will leave speakers from, here and The conch Socks; sponsored by Alvarez iatrics.the The largest December conference will be Jeflo 19C Juice 25
with In
Store Al
Harley as coach. history with
t and above all, you g"t Wednesday to attend: Dr. A Y. 3,000 delegates some
k The Cats sponsored by George"Kopelousos attending' It will
I exactly what your doctor orders. Covington, health officer; :Mrs. consider
the
,* *<
/ ; with Jerry Worneras development
Arlln L. of the
21 hour nervier.DRUG McKnIght and Mrs. Joyce mental
Rlherd publlce health nurses. and coach; emotional spiritual and
physical
Jack L Trawlck sanitarian.The The Cubs, sponsored by B. T. youth's qualities necessary for U. S. No.,1 IRISH
happiness
Thomas with Jack Hazen and
Health as responsible
will remain open Department with the clerk office on coach.It citizenship.

duty during the absence of the a- was stated that boys from all
bove.It schools In the county are eligibleto Per Capita Income Potatoes 10lbAVIS. 2

is requested that those desiring participate in the program If i Of Floridians .
they so desire. Transportationhome I
other services come In the
following Wednesday and Satur after practice sessions will Remains Near Peak ,
be provided by school bus
day mornings.
A. J. Eaves will serve as chief Per capita income of FlorUUans I DAISY
league umpire. amounted to $1,102 last year LR RAT" LUNCHEON 12 <01

w.c. T. U. 134 per cent since 1940 but up

Only 50 PercentOf slightly below 1948, the Florida

TIIF.JCF.RE TIIRRR IMPORTANT : State Chamber of Commerce re Cheese 39 MEAT 3
STORE : FACTOKM IN EXTKKMIN'ATINO Beer Licenses ports.

TUB UQt'OIt TRAFFICS Renewed To Date Last year's per capita Income of

K 0 C H Floridians was the highest on
FREE DELIVERY 1. The power of the Christian. Only about half of Bradford record with the exception of 1947
Conwl*nr*>. County's holders of state beverage and 1948. Revised official figures
Phone 53 273 W 2. Public for these two
Night Opinion licenses have renewed them so years are shown in
3. The law doing. Its. Duty far with only a few days remain- this week's business review 80 COUNT
of
_. ,, _.. '. (Florida Ing before the October 2 the State Chamber's NAPKINS
'" Good New) deadline.
"
.. .. "'_ ._... --" Industrial research and PER 1 1PURE
Tax
Collector J. R. Kelly said division( as (1,103 and
yesterday.The $1.129 respectively.
PKG.
collector said there are approximately Florida stood first in the South-
Pearls RestrungSame SO holders of beverage east In per capita Income last year

licenses In this county and a position the State has fnalntatn-"

Day Rec"eivedAT only 22 have renewed. so far. ed since 1929 (tAle first year for 3@
Those who tall to comply before which official Income figures are @q J

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

.r through the State Beverage when Virginia was slightly ahead. "'
Department and will not be Per capita income
nationally In
permitted to dispense beverages un 1949 was 131 per cent above 1940 & 19C Lard 5
until the new licenses are Issued.I I and down four per cent from 1948. 6

Court St. MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE Florida Starke, It may require several weeks for Florida's comparable percentages )
processing the delinquent applications were better In each of these two
the collector pointed out Instances.

GUARANTEED REPAIRS: Next Monday will also b. the The relation of Florida' per
deadline for renewing state and capita Income has Improved over

Watches, Watch Bands Clocks, Jewelry Pens, Lighters county occupational licenses, required the period since 1929. Last year
of practically all except Floridlans earned 83 per cent as: SUPERIOR
"Your Printed Factory Guarantee Just Like Money To AM" retail business enterprises and of much as the national average.,) OLEO 216'COLORED ,

Individuals rendering personal and This' percent though not as great QUARTERSLB.
Ray Marlin professional services. Delinquent as in war years, Is higher than In}

fees are added to the regular coatof 1948 and than In pre-war ;years .
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State of California has been doing a bit of Official County Publication Established In 1879 i

concerning its obligation to youth and :


earching Californiat it meet Was that concluded obligation.-still faces two big [ noel UME SEVENTI':TWU ________ ___ ____ 8T.VKKK. FLORIDA rUIDAY._OCTOBER._.6.:-_1950" _. _. ___ ". .. ... .. __NUMBER. TWELVE '



1 1 lack pnces of The with adequate other respect services is lack to serving of for means dealing young for with strengthening people.behavior One Coroner's Jury Frees Moore.Of BlameIn J Smooth- Talking OperatorPlans I Negroes To Petition For Rehearing; :

rders. 1:1

'1'1111 Ily tiesan tile theme of the "tale's. Mldcentury Conference on Highway 301 Death Of Mrs. Wall Jacksonville of Ina antique Bowden dealer, prominent of I 8! for With opening the shop Wood virtually talked ready P Appeal To U.s. Court Is Possible :

held ln preparation for the
dren and Youth forthcoming Pearl Street, to operate an antique L .Benton, local awning salesmanInto I. .

Conference. and furniture refinishing shopIn lending him Benton's truck .
,House might also benefit from a similar bit of stock-taking Ellery (Slim) Moore local mechanic Starke were thwarted this week. to make a supposed delivery of A petition for a re-hearing be \ '
Florida was held blameless in the Senator Johns Benton Date of PKY Game the State Supreme Court will l
Its relations to youth. Doubtless the two California auto Mrs. Bowden Is convinced now goods to Gainesville

|prd V"would to be found to be the "blind spots". In the program Wall accident of death of Mrs. J, K Issues MessageTo she' put too much trust in one wonders why h* did not "smell a Changed To Avoid be filed by the 'three negroes convicted \I'I'fore J.
Lawtey, when
a coroner's here July 1949 for the murder -
,
Woods'
Incidents prior to and following: the Telei Eddie Woods who had a convincing I rat. but at the time story
Certainly editorial,"Misfit," published last weeK, would indicatesuch Jury avoidable returned accident"a verdict of "un Welfare ClientsState "line' and whom the antique dealer sounded convincing and he let him Gator Growl I Conflict of D. L. Silcox Starke mer '.

at an Inquest delegated to open the shop inj I have the truck. chant. !'{
18 the cane held here Tuesday afternoon. Senator Coach Jimmy Hobbs announced .I'"
E.
Charley Johns
Starke. Late one afternoon last week II Slgabee Scruggs of Gainesville 1r-
to discuss with others the problem Moore had been the date of the
that
held
it a point pre- In the yesterday released the following Woods and his wife loaded the yesterday
}faking The large at Court anc' one of the three lawyers appointed -
building
14-year-old boy who now seems doomed to a county Jail here since the accident prepared statement: two three hundred home game between BHS and P. K
tnlf truck with
or
by by the court to defend the negroes -
In a round bole" existence, we have yet to meet with occurred about 6:20: Sunday after- To the citizens of Bradford and Jefferson Streets, formerly occupied dollars worth of antiques and left Yonge has been changed from Fri. said that they have 15 days } f1

H are mi peg tangible suggestion than-"A sad situation, yes But noon on U. S. Highway 301 in Union Counties: by Starke Dry Cleaners A Starke. They never returned. I day, Oct. 13, to Thursday Oct. 12. from September 29 In which to \

lean! be done about it'" What Indeed? front of the Lawtey school house. After conferring with Cabinet Laundry, was rented and Mrs. The next news Benton had of, The coach stated that the changewas file the motion. ; )!'

I existing circumstances It would seem that this boy Witnesses at the Inquest were Officers In Tallahassee It gives me Bowden planned to use it as a re- his truck came this week when a'' made In order that local fans

Under time and the time of others when he attends pub- questioned by State's Attorney T. great pleasure to be able to an- tall shop and also the center of garage owner In Walterboro, S. C. I may attend Gator Growl at the It the near motion Is denied by IJiiJ

Ing his Still In the fifth grade-and there only by the grace E. Duncan and County Judge E. K. nounce to you that the cut In your operations for refinishing work sent him a cost estimate of need University of Florida in Gaines the State Supreme Court Scruggs' ,!; n\
Perryman said that the defendants "could"appeal y
hool. acting as coroner.It pensions will vllte.I .
be
still is unable to read and has lately restored the taken In in Jacksonville! and other ed repair It had been wrecked
promotlon"-he United States
wclnl was brought out that Mrs. check which you will receive 'Uxi cities In this area. Wood's who Evidently Woods had had an accident to the
Instructional movies on the that "
grounds he
,ed to attend Wall was walking from her home, : month. was to operate the shop her, and left the truck at the All Eligible Boys preme Court but did not B1'I' 1"
against motion pictures of I to do .t'
scruples any type. whether or not they plan
[religious on the east side of the railroad We and told
: i are all In hopes that your spent a lot of time remodellingand South Carolina garage
I Although he has committed several acts of more or less antl- track In Lawtey, to the Baptist 'pension checks will be left alone redecorating the place and it them to notify Benton.So Urged To Attend By a six to one vote the ;1 ?

nature, there Is nothing serious enough to cause his being Church where she was to attend a I from now on, as the Cabinet memo had been partially stocked with far nothing Is known of the Boy Scout Meetings Supreme Court on September 29 1" .

'tted to reform' school or other Institution of similar type. BTU meeting at 6:30.: She was : bers have assured me there are several hundred dollars worth of whereabouts of Woods--the mar upheld the death sentences imposed ,'

at home and "helping around the place" Is not the crossing the highway, from east to : ample funds. now available and antiques' with the convincing line of talk. Scoutmaster' Cecil Sewell in Circuit Court here upon "

Ion because the home la not the type to offer constructive oc- west when struck by the automo that you should not have receivedthe urges all boy who wish to become peorge Wolfork, L. D. Robinson

f one to Inspire desire for such effort. bile, driven by Moore, which was other cut. members of Troop 70 to attend and Walter McDonald for the May

Lion cannot or even come under the worthy program for handicapped going Starke.southward In the directionof I sincerely hope that at the Commissioners Reject Proposed Sale the Thursday night meeting In the 4, 1949, slaying of Silcox duringan
of his store
IT Is under the minimum age limit of 16 years. next session the Legislature will attempted robbery
he Pratt 7:30
,because Scout hut on Street at :
Witnesses here.
him tinder the wing of a childless couple In estimated that do something to remedy the dis

iuntry perhaps taking of more congenial atmosphere than his own Moore's car was traveling be- 'graceful situation that now existsIn Of Hospital To County For $135,000 o'clock.At In their appeal to the Supreme
home tween 33 and 40 miles several
Id But that Is a calculated risk that few- an hour. the way the State Welfare present there are Court the negroes alleged that a
be worth a try.. take.' Highway Patrolman Q. A. FtllInglm Board handles the pension set-up. vacancies in the troop and the confession made by them In the

pwpeople would care to where started from, of testified that he could smell I have fought for the old people Opposition to the proposal that for the purpose of housing the Scoutmaster would like to see 'state prison at Raiford was Illegally -
back we
Is, where are we? Right head whiskey on Moore's breath, but : ever since I have been in the the county purchase North Florida library. 'It was pointed out that these filled as soon as possible obtained, that member of
and
In. The boy out of school, loafing around home, could not tell to what extent he Legislature and I can just now see Clinic( and operate It as a the project has approximately J.V The troop la now being reorganized their race were excluded from

perhaps-In a year or two for that first offense that will had been drinking.In victory ahead as I feel that the county hospital was voiced In an 000 set aside for equipping the for the new year and the annual serving on the jury, and that evidence -

I the Inevitable end to his unhappy childhood. his statement to the jury rest of the Legislators are at last unanimous vote by four County library, which could be used on the re-reglstratlon will be completed In the case was not sufficientto

Itttoii't that we are trying to make a "cause celebre", of this Moore said that he had had one beginning to realize the seriousness I Commissioners during the afternoon requested space If made available.The within the next few'days.The sustain convlcltlon.

lied case. "There are so many families like that In the drink earlier In the afternoon with and need of a different way session of the board's regular matter was laid over until Scoutmaster says that an

Itr.why get excited over this particular one?" Is an attitude "a fellow on Black Creek," but to administer the old age pension meeting' here Monday. such time as the new jail la com interesting program of activities In a 6-1 decision the Supreme

that he was not feeling any effect program. In taking this action, membersof pleted and the present one vacated.It is being planned for the winter Court overruled the contentions

eve met. want to be coldly calculated over the matter we of it at the time of accident. He Humbly yours, I the board expressed belief thatit was reported that several months and he urges all eligible and held the confessional was ad-

Well, If you the sake of getting on with the discussion.Idtacount. said that he did not see Mrs. Wall Charley E. Johns would place fan unbearable tax months ago, during logging .and boys to join the troop now so that nUssabl
For until the car actually struck her, pulpwood operations, workmen In his lone dissenting opinion
all talk of being our brother'sr burden" on the taxpayer of the they can take part In these events
for the time being, and that It all happened "so at this time. employed by Lester Kite and B. T. Justice Elwyn Thomas said he
sentiments that too many county
doing unto others, and similar quick that I couldn't have stopped Bishop Elected Thomas placed obstructions In the could not agree to affirmance'be-
Let's Earlier in the day the Commissioners Kopelousos Will
Yonor' with the proper degree of lip service only. put If It had been my own mother." nature of a temporary bridge or cause I think the confession obtained a
had heard Dr J. M. Hem.
roposition on a purely monetary basis. That Is something There was some question a- crossing In a drainage ditch near Head Dimes MarchThe In the flat top' were not so
bree, Dr. H. H. Adams and Superintendent
all\ of us can understand. bout Moore's failure to stop his car Council HeadH. of North the ft, H. Lewis farm. free and voluntarily as to be'ad-
A. M. Sleg .
children such as we the appointment Of George mlssabl evidence. j
realize that a family with six Immediately following impact.He make According to th report, these :
DO you Florida Clinic a proposal
article last week, will draw In aid to dependent slowed down but drove on to the obstructions are causing considerable Kopelousus, local restaurant owner During the trial here State' Attorney
bed In our thtt the county purchase
a period of ten years a grand total of more than Darley's Cafe, a distance measured A. Bishop, Jr., was elected hospital from the present owners damage to Mr Lewis' farm to head the annual March of T. E. Duncan said the'
nn over into the by Patrolman Fllllnglm at 147 and should be removed. The clerk Dimes drive was announced this ,
fo our $20,000 poured chairman of the City Council at A financial negroes were placed In the 'tattop'
? And what win we get for the sum of 135000.
oo dlcuston Just this In 10 or 15: more steps, before he actually stopped. its reorganization meeting here statement submitted by was Instructed to contact Mr. week. This feature of the campaign both for their own protectionand
of home now under Moore told the Jury that he did Thomas and Mr. Kite Informingthem : for funds for Infantile paralysis .
to avoid
20,000, therebe Tuesday night a possible escape
Inventoried
ultimate J them showed the
an
borne costing ) .
Instead of one envlnt this because his wf.| and little girl Titus Olson was .lect. to of the report and requesting la scheduled for January. ,from .. the antiquated Bradford
for each child growing.. up in this dj the value of land,\ )building\ ,. fixtures ( I'' 4 .
[ six homes (one were in the car. He said that the Board of Bond Trustees for a local that the alleged obstructions b< County jail.Work ,
of the hosplJtU
; ad infinitum. and equipment
| ) at a coat of $120.000-and so on one or child was of a nervous temperament three year term to till the expired n04.010.41. removed. : Haines Addresses

Exaggerated t Well,. perhapaSlightly. Doubtless and that doctors had advised terra of O. L. Beasley. M The county' attorney was requested "
lit even this lll-Souniia broad will make good at )eat t*:the I ] that she be kept from undue The following committees were i i I Dr. .Hemb7ee ,stated that few, to prepare a suitable deed Rotary Club" Started

But when you consid.f that excitement. If any, hospitals are paying propositions for the Commissioners to
t of being self-supporting named for the new year: I conveya The Rev. L, D. Haines, pastor of .,
ire many more homes of this type in the county, it is easythat Witnesses testified that Mooreran P. L. Bridges, chairman Street and that the one here has portion of the Kirby Or.w. toadrightofway

M the figures Boon become astronomlcal-Msven allowing back to the scene of the accident Committee; W. T. Jackson and become such a financial drain on to Mrs. Effie'Crosby, the First Baptist Church, was On New ChurchWork
in where he collapsed him and his associates that they owner of lands guest speaker at the Rotary Club
it exceptions who will grow up to pay their own way apparently Jas. L. Lewis, members i iJa. I feel the adjacent as per
from shock and emotional .. L. Lewis, chairman Fire no longer they can carry resolution and notice heretofore Wednesday, deploring the trend
ty. load. He suggested that the I
end. By the time the children grow up strain. Department Committee. i recorded. toward "modernism" In some started Monday on the
And that Isn't the county take It over and pointedout
i
Mrs. Wall had resided In Lawtey W, T. Immediately passing of 4
Jackson upon
reach- chairman
will have Safety
limit, the parents churches today, and expressingthanks new Airpark Baptist Church. It
pass the dependency age that to build a new hospital
about three moving there Committee title to the grantee, the road
years ; P. L. Bridges and L. supervisor -
assistance.
e 8J year bracket and begin drawing their old age from Lake City. Born In Rocks- O. Hazen members.L. with the same number of beds as was Instructed to restore that the South still remains will be of concrete block construction -
and the / with overall size of 63x92.:
And what has been accomplished for the family boro, N. C., she moved to Lake O. Hazen, chairman Sanita- the North Florida Clinic would said land to their original level relatively free from this Influence an

unity In which It lives 7 The family has been kept alive, of City In 1916 with her husband, tion Committee; Bridges and Jackson cost In the neighborhood of $430,. so far as Is practical with the I He was Introduced by The first service in the present

-biit on a strictly hand-to-mouth basis. Nothing con- and later lived In Punta Gorda before ;' members.No 000. county grading equipment and to T. H. Slade, who had charge of Airpark church building was held

to has been accomplished to Insure that the new genera- coming to Lawtey, where the changes .were made in per I In a frank discussion of the advantages remove all culvert. In the present the program. July 31, 194ft and the rapid growthof

will be any less a load on society than the old. family bought and operated the sonnel of the Police Department. and disadvantages of. road right-of-way. President W. H Graham remind. the congregation has made it

So wed anyone ask why we are concerned with the family former Thede store. Her husband .fered' by the local hospital O. L. Patten, attorney for D. L. ed the members of the Dale Car necessary to undertake an expansion -

lives In the hutment behind a cane patch about three miles preceded her In death by several Lions To Award Dr Hembree said that the Durban of Lawtey, addressed the negie' course now being organizedhere program. When the new build-
Ing 1 is completed, the present build- a
location was not the best Commissioners
town? The mere fact that this family Is multiplied manyover months. by letter stating under the auspices of Rotary -
makes It factor to be reckoned with In the econo- Survivors Include three sons, C. Annual TrophiesTo being near a heavily travelled that the action of the county In and asked that prospects be Ing will be partitioned off and used

a M. Wall. Wlckenburg, Ariz.; J. E. BHS highway and pointed out that e grading a new road through Mr. contacted as soon as possible for Sunday School room The
Nation. LeadersAt
(Bradford County, the State, and services for Wall and H. T. Wall, both of Law- part of the building was a frame Durban's property and its subsequent Sunday School now has 10 classes
Y allfornla isn't the only state that lacks Mrs. Frank C. structure.. In his opinion, how with a total attendance sometime
has caused
tey; one daughter the regular meeting of the upkeep him great PracticeAt
strengthen- Song
nr with behavior disorders and the means for Richards, Lake City; and three Lions Club Wednesday night It ever, these disadvantages were, property damage He also advised as high as 120.

aptly ties. sisters Mrs. N. F. Myers, Ring- was decided to award a trophy offset by the saving that the' that If the land was leveled and .Woodlawn ChurchA The building committee In
of
4 us hope that this deficiency will receive its full share gold, Va.; Mrs. M. L. Morris, Blair, annually to the beat athlete (Senior county would realize over attemptIng .I the' fence replaced that he will charge of the present /work l.

lion at the forthcoming Mldcentury Conference. It's a long La., and Mrs Callie Walker Law class) at BHS. Another to build a new hospital of Its: not seek monetary damages.The song practice service will begin composed of Lacy Conway, chairman

from the White House to the hutment behind the cane patch, trophy will be awarded annuallyto own. He said that the equipment : letter was attached to a Monday, Oct. 18, at 7:30 o' Austin Bell. J. L Bagwell C

n will take something more than dollar bills to bridge theIadoes tey.Funeral services were held the graduate with the highest In the North Florida Clinic was a- : blueprint of the alleged road right. clock In the Woodlawn Missionary B. Johns and the pastor Rev L.

Wednesday morning at 10:30: scholastic standing. mong the finest to be found In l of-way and lands Involved and as Baptist Church, according to an O. Hemingway.Much .

clock In the Lawtey 0"1 It was also decided to have a this area not excepting the larger the matter Is an outgrowth of announcement by the pastor. The of the labor on the new

Church, of which she was a member banquet for the Tornado football hospitals of Jacksonville. several, complaints, the clerk was service was postponed from a structure I Ie being contributed by

with Rev. C. B. North officiat squad and the time was tentative County Attorney H. V. Knight instructed to hand the letter and prior date because of the Illness of volunteer worker, Conway said.

Hold ing. Interment was In Bethlehem ly set for the first week In December advised the board that It blueprint to the county attorney C H .Bacon, leader. Some trouble Is being' experienced

Play Good Game To Cemetery, Lake City, under the '. I could not take positive action on for an investigation and advice. "We cordially Invite all who in obtaining material In short \

direction of Wilson Funeral: Home Chefs for the Wednesday meet- the proposal at this time since petitions Pursuant to advertised notice care to cooperate |In making this supply, but the commute hope ",1

Ing were Frank Landrum, TItus would have to first be signerby for a truck with stock body to be service a big success," the pastor to complete the building without :-

To Narrow 13-6 Margin Market To Conduct Olson, George Sapp and Harry five percent of the freeholdersIn used for Impounding livestock, two said. any undue delay. '\,
bond elec.
Houston. the county calling a offers were made as follows: I
SalesThe ,.., .. "'"
tion of
Pecan for the financing - -- ---------
Usual purpose One from M. R. Judd specifieda

'oDd line play of the Bradaloes Own fumbles recovered: BIIS 0, such a project. The only step appropriate sale price of $873 with terms, and lIJI

held the favored, Seabreeze 1 management of the Starke Special ElectionFor for the board to take at an offer to rent with certain restrictions I

oUled Seabreeze Sandcrabs Klckoffs run back, yards: BHS State Farmers Market announces will be Town of LawteySet this meeting would be to ask the and condition not acceptable My Dear, Have You Heard .
sales
48 that the usual pecan Supervisor of Registration to prepare
fctory last Friday night 59, Seabreeze to the board.
ova Beach. Good work The Sandcrabs tied up the score held this 1s1!. Exact dates of the For TuesdayA a list of qualified freeholders, '

linemen and hard plunging In the second quarter with 25 seconds sales will be announced later. since no such list Is now available,, One from Felix M. Sullivan.pecltlf'd The Rotary Club is going to stage 1 I \
Interested in successor to the late L. H a monthly rental of top
Tornado backs gave local left and went ahead early in Growers who are Hill long' time the attorney said. to oil a whirlwind old clothes collection
before the regular Lawtey city clerk, Crawford cover gas, tire, repair and
victory. their pecans Commissioner E. L.
'JOd for
rI&J show attack for of their Seabreeze money., the The third first period quarter saw both sides selling sales may get In touch with will be named in a special elec- moved that such a list be ordered to be available at all times. next Wednesday, Oct. 11 .
tion to be held
Was the deciding factor fumbling and gaining slight yardage buyers through the market.It 10. Tuesday, October and the motion was adopted. by The board temporarily acceptedthe A perfectly marvelous idea I'd '

'erd played game. but the Tornadoes picked uf was also announced still be that ob- L H. Futch. who recently resigned unanimous vote. offer of Mr. Sullivan. fay. And just think of. the possibilities -
*'* four first downs to the Crabs one strawberry plants can After the noon recess, however, The clerk presented a letter from ,
passing strategy as chairman of the Law- It I let have
darling. them
themat
>e the 6-0 lead Hut Late In the period. Bennett took a tained for growers who need the matter was again taken up and Mrs. Perry E. Johns of Jackson ,
punched Council
tey and O. J.
Phillips, s
Tornadoes In the second punt on his own 35 and the Tornadoes $5 per thousand plus freight. former clerk and one-time I upon unanimous vote of the member villa stating that she had a suit that old coat I've been wearing for

011 ground gaining run byark started rolling. Clark and All growers who 'still need plants of Lawtey are competing mayor for present (Commissioner Craw. able truck for sale, but upon request umpteen years then John will sim
and lat- Hazen took the ball down to the are asked to contact the market ford being absent) the action of : of the clerk to her for a .
Hazen the : the office.H. ply HAVE to buy me a new one. F
and Carl the board \ for list of the formal
15 46. Hazen calling a offer and price she had
yards for BHS'a only Seabreeze C. Kelly I I. the sol candidate
3r' Johns carried to the 30 and Hazen Fendrick Called for the untxpired' term of qualified freeholders of the countywas not replied so the letter was not See what I mean? lie wouldn'tdare

ax Statistics crashed to the Sandcrab 16 but I MarinesCarl Mr. Futch.'Messiah'. rescinded and In another unanimous considered. stand by and see me freeze ,,,y

Iownl, rushing: BHS 10, penalty called the play back. Back To vote the board declared Itaoppo.ltlon The salary of the courthouse to death-I hope.They're .

8 In the next two plays Hazen and Fendrick, assistant su to the proposition because janitor teas raised from $120 to
J. all closets this
on the RehearsalsNow of the prospective "unbear asking us girls to go through our
hw'aa passing: BHS 0 Clark won a first down of the wet mill for $130 per month.
'-2 On first down perlntendent able tax burden." weekend and fOrt out the good wearable things that we 1
Under
Crabs' 18 yard line. Gold Corp., operatorsof WayMrs. Managers and clerks were
t0 the line for Humphreys A committee from the Woman's ap- no longer need pack them in a box or tie in a bundle and p
a* by penalty: BHS 1, John drove through ilmenite mine east I pointed for the forthcoming General
11nIt three yards and then Hazen skirt- the duPont been called back tc I R. A. Edwards, chairman Club, consisting of Mrs. H. C. Election on November 7. leave them at the front door next Wednesday, A won-

for 15 yards and a touch- of Starke has Marin Corps. 'of the Chorus Committee of the, Ritch, Mr R. A. Green, Mrs. K. derful opportunity to get rid of a lot of things too goodto
J ed end with the Wednesday Oct. 20. at 10 A. M
Seamined duty
I down. Hazen's try for extra point active He left Thursday for Camp Le- Philharmonic Society of Gainesville G. Duncan Mrs. Florence Brown was set as the time for the boardto throw away, and yet which are just. taking up much
Lillian
Mrs. M. Ward. Miss
Roy needed
announced that rehearsal
BHS good. N. C., wherehe meet list of space.
rushing: was no New River and revise the
raze 183 Sandcrab Quarterback Brock jeune will be assigned to the perma have started for the sixth annual Stump Mrs. H. H. Adams and qualified voters They're asking for everything wearable-men's- and [ladies

(gained passing: BHS 0 heaved a long pass from his Lenholt own nent personnel with the rating of presentation' of "Th Messiah' Mrs.peared Jeannette before the D.board Kincaid requesting ap- Tax Assessor Guy Andrews presented clothing and shoes ; and especially children's warm.winter .'
104 Dick under the auspice of the Gainesville -
End
30 yard line to 11 sergeant.Mr. that the monthly allowance of his assessment roll for 1930: things. It seems there are some little fellows in
attempted: BUS Sea- who carried to the Tornado has been with the Ministerial Association. school who actually don't have
2. seconds left Fendrick Several singers from the $23 contributed to the library project and having compared the original enough to wear-and
yard line. With 55 operation here sine and two thereof, cold weather just around the !
through the Un Humphreys of Stark area took part In this be Increased to $31. O. copies a required corner

&abreeae 2Punts intercepted by: for t yard threw a fiat pass to Bock active service in the in the Marine 'Invitation la again extended tc later In the day at which time the sam to be correct. the noon hour. Seems the Rotarians will adjourn their
half
of Brock went 8 yards for Day- three and a years I the public to participate. Anyone request was denied because the regular meeting early and organize teams to cover the
: BHS :S, Sea. oven who Reserve.He been !MARK DAVID KIDD
1930-51 budget baa already
touchdown. accompanied i to Interested In attending entire town. The least we can do i lf: have that bundle
first
tona' off to Sea- will be young these rehearsal may obtain adopted and no provision was made Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kldd an- waiting at the door for them. Don't
yard and think
kicked ? Me
'a his vrtf you so
Punts BHS 38 Bradford Carolina by for th* Increased allowance.Th nounce the birth of a son, Mark
information from Mrs
27 of the further too.AFTER .
have
1 breeze at the dart jecookball. son Stephen Michael. They Marian How at the Stark I committee also\ requested David, In North Florida Clinic on

Penalized: BHS 65. Sea- Brock and Boc and throughthe been residing In the Beasley-Kln-Lake. Charab rof Commerce. suitable space In the present coun- Thursday, Sept. 2$.

I,,: the ban on handoffs to Bradford I cald cottage on Klngsley ....
pHs 40
I. Seabree 2 tine from their
to pap II)
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OCT 6 195 0 t


lit .- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.:: FLORIDA FRIDAY,
w....*.fiva.. TWrt_n_ Of'TOBfRI ;
I I sentatlon of the religious film Miss Lucille Hall spent last week Theressa. Is In the
Winds held In the end visiting friends In Valdoata, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May and talented eighth grads
,
i Bradford County t Telegraph hi hiI )I, Jacksonville'Contrary Armory Saturday Miss Sylvia May were dinner harmonica.muslcia.Hi. He i
Ga.Harold Ga Sunday of 'avor
L evening, sponsored by the Jacksonville Ackerldge. Albany guests on Envoy and are baseball '
of Mr and Mrs Mrs. W P. Durden at Camp Flor- and i task tbo
recent
guest five
+ 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNiDITORPubllshNd : \ Y. F. C. was a feet one'lno
I ESTABLISHED ? ,
R. L. Brown, Sr. ida.School fourteen years B; It
Second The Rev. Orville Brookins filled Miss Merle Ritch of Starke hasbeen Hu ( !(
Entered sji lived
ActivitiesThe In Le-
Every FridayClam Post. .. at Starke, Flo. 1 I his first appointment at Dedan a guest of Miss Shirley Den- pupils of hire. Sullivan, Miss moved to Hamp., ,
I Matter at the esJ(014rPONCA. Church, near Brooker, on of last fI
Baptist
-c 1.ura tin" nlson. Tuesday evening likes to
Swanbom and Miss Perkins are live her >a
NEBR.;::=:O=- Sunday. Rev. Brookins has been week. Miss Dennison entertained curtains to wants to ,, 11,
1950 their ion
making beautify 'j
MEMBERsubscription ((3)) called to this church for a year Miss Ritch, Marklee Norman and he \larJl
I schoolrooms. grows ,
They up H.
are going to
j after serving as pastor for three Jr., at a refresh' er,
Norman
For Six MonthsLETS Wherein I welcome October Ibid man and'can be trusted.I I LeRoy stencil them. Eddie Hardman with the gin ", .' ,, ,
( W2.AO Annually goodbye to the robin, and lendan I have been to very busy We, years at Hope Baptist Church In ment party, honoring Marklee'lbirthday. talented artist, is working on a mate. Of all hr, ''Se( d,

ear to the honk of wild geese have had two funerals this week. Theressu. design for the eighth grade room. he likes spelling "SI
I Our near neighbor died and will be Newcomers to Hampton are Mr. and Mrs. Edw. G. Saxon
; PUT A PERMANENT SMILE: flying high.A The children were surprised Tracy Jono .
1 : car honked outside-he jwstplck..d burled tomorrow. However, they 1 William Clark o(, Massachusetts have been visiting Mrs. Saxon't Friday morning when they found t grade. He ,. *h th
ON }'I.OIUDNSIAP up his grip have taken him to his home ac 1!I and his sister Ming Alice Lambertof parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pop the fuel oil tank which supplies the Mrs. Raleigh Br ,., ''T I

iiipxt Editorial by Kniwll Kay And he Raid, "Dad I guess that Is now I have a bit of time. Last New York, who recently pur- in Eau GalHe. I stove had fallen Mrs. Johnson near Bronacm been,
even, a highly I churned for chased the Carl Brown property Robert C. Barks ee.
"Nobody: really likes a 'wMirpuw* for me. evening the/ first; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bedenbaugh were equal Hampton. Hf '
the other liaml, everyone his mother : time since last July. The cows I', ''west of town. Miss Lambert, and of Starke were I line -c
..kill,'" and f.ffl..nt. >ne. On He turned and gave a are dale daughter to the occasion, and hastily pre- and is well liken bm
to a smile and, a rlemlly woril. farewell hug; 'fresh again and butter is so good I I shortly after moving Into her' new guests at a shrimp supper, Tuesday pared a tasty cold lunch on the His favorite I'd"t
yesponde| "Winning friends U. Important In any huxlnrwi There was nothing dramatic to:and churns easily. I want to gc i.I I home, had the misfortune to fall of last .week in the home of old kerosene stove. and football port Hf ar,
brcaun IOU pick out my Christmas cards from 1 from a step-ladder and break her Mr. and Mrs. Richard May yenta t
Florida' ,
musical
plally. Important. to u" In see. More than three-rourtha of the Instrument ,,
but lie a my good friend, Lillie, who always arm, but is recovering nicely at On her 8th birthday anniversary he is ? 'b-,
Income depends on visitor who must come red thought of the last things I'd I pupils were In some religious serve grown His
of
much our orders them for me. She l Is an this time.I Wednesday, Sept. 27, Deloret is science favor,'
offer. when he left last Mrs Perkins
what we have to say ice Sunday. ,, He ?
long way to buy Invalid-had I Friends of Sgt. Holland R number of thlrlt
polio when entertained a
a girl. Hardy old
service'given with a couldn't remember a one., school principal, topped the record and Is five feet
and expert: But I live ,
"Fair treatment have to go to the grocery. I have I Brown will be Interested to hear her little friends. Ice cream and In
bark for profitable hand and I shookIt by attending religious services at
out his ,
Ib.'I"It<>r He put I
"mil.111 bring
cheerful finished lesson 24 (last one) In my i that he sailed on Sept. 7th for birthday cake were served. I
repeat. \'I"lt.. and bring their friend, too. good-bye, correspondence course from the I I overseas duty ,After being stationed Visiting Mrs. B. L. Hinson on three different churches last Sun. FAST RELIEF

.'S) Courtly pA)'"dividend to e-verybwiy. As Florida ,- Then I said Just three words, "So University of Florida. I will write for some time at Ft. Benning Saturday were Mrs: Alma Barr day.The

grown and pro"|M-rM, 1U buMlnetwen' grow and pronper. long, son!" for another. I love to study. I'I Ga Mrs. Brown is now residing and little !son, Johnnie of Washington I has been eight studying grade English the Hampton class PRICKLY HE

More and better Job open up. And the folk who are -American Legion Magazine. have not had much time to sew |Iin Jacksonville. state, Mrs. G. W. Hlnson School community. Two talented DIAPER RAS

'on the ball who are!' efficient friendly, courteous The above lines are a descriptionof but I have tried out my. new sewing Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May left on Mrs. Willie Mae Denton and son I cartographer Jay Alderman and .

move*ahead.'Ho what Is happening In many machine and It stitches. fine. I Saturday for Perrine, where they Michael of Starke. 'Tracy Jonas have drawn a map CHAFINGITCH*

": since It U good buftlnrnii for Florida for ourCompany homes all over the nation these HELPFUL HINTSi Soda water will spend the winter months. Honoring their nelce, Barbara of the Hampton school district on TIRED, SORE FJ
Individual nlnce It make days. Some leaving are veterans good and hot will remove coffee I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox have Jean Matchett, on her 12th birthday the
for an which have located roads "'
and UII they ''
9 lt' easier who thought their days of hard stains from cups and dishes-let their great-grandson Bruce Fats anniversary.. Mr. and Mrs ;.:::.,,Hallooed! tVCOtaivei
and Mnoe anyhow railroads, lakes, and streams. On
pleananter happier living" ship were over, but here they go them come to a boll. Put an old holtz of Miami, staying with them Marvin Williams gave a small smuing rtU(

LKT8: PUT A PERMANENT SMILE ON1 again. I have had the experienceof pair of scissors outside the door now. He has entered the first supper party on Saturday evening. the they Insert have shown of Hampton streets village-roads, ran from, ch.frg prickly, lick ke.,3,
|
FLORIDA'S MAP." being a mother whose son went where you can reach them easy on grade In school.R. Sunday visitors to Hampton Included and railroads. ocher minor aka ,
The above practical and worth while suggestion came across and I have also had the uncertainty the way to the garden. I use themto H. Parker and Carl Brown Miss Jessie Mae Brannen This school news would not be .7 Uoct not dmolve, at clog/ ih.' ,

to me recently in the form of a circular issued by the Florida and good-byes of the cut lettuce, flowers and radish have recently arrived In Flint, Bartow; Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beden- gathered were it not for lily on the. .kin-vn, eel''
Virginia
Power & Light Company. It was prepared for company employees soldier. I can never forget that tops. Put bacbn rind In the bottom Michigan, where they have secured baugh and children Deland; Mr. Williamson, moothncii. Uml by doctor i
reporter. Virginia
but it is so true and so important to successful hap- eventful evening that I bid good- of the pan and put the meatloaf employment. and Mrs. Alvin Wynn Mr. and has a nose for (Mill lucceitfully for over :
really
on it. The loaf will not burn.I K. B. Watterson and Emory Mrs. and news. Make your lain hippy loj,,..
that I felt it worthy of passing on to you. bye to my civilian clothes and set L. A. Wiggins daughter C.
py living, attractive windshield sticker for my car out In a taxi for the depot to take for a change to use mashed Irish I Brown have returned after a Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Eighth Grade Personalties. back BO-ROL i if it your drug tor.. y,
With it came an you're ,
that read "Courtesy Wins me to Ft. Oglethorpe Ga. I can potatoes sweetened them with a !brief business trip to Chattanooga Lewis and baby Mrs. D. W.I The Jones Brothers not complmlvLYCOBOR
telephone ,
for
and another my tell you It was a sinking feeling as little honey and seedless raisins Term. Moore, Starke; Rev. W. C. Burton,)) Rothelle Jones, son''of Mr. and I
You.
Friends For Florida And winter in Floridait then one did not know what lifea which had been soaked In boiling I Mr. and 'Mrs. Lynn Hall and Graham; Miss Ellen Searle, Mrs. R. A. Brannen of Hampton,
another busy season
As we approach WAC would have. Now It is water to plump them. Drain and .
is well to be reminded that Courtesy is an asset of inestimable well known a hard life but a good mix with potatoes. Put in a
value. Its dividend rate is enormous and the more you one. greased casserole and bake in an

use it the more it pays off. downIn oven about 2 minutes.
While ago I was waiting
Instinctively you, LIKE the person who takes a secondto the mortuary for Don to return CLAY HILL: The chlldren ay '

say "beg pardon" or "I'm sorry" as they step over you to from the store. I have my big that the dog fennel Is bloomingand "

reach a theatre seat or force their way through a crowdedbus Bible down there on the stand. It. will not be long until winter LOVETTSTARKE

to reach an exit. They don't like to disturb""you any As I have done so many times In Ahl! I think of the lovely

more than you like to be disturbed. They are doing nothing hours of stress and trial I put my winters in Florida and although T
different than you yourself do Qn countless occasions. If fore finger\ between the pages and do not so much mind the winter

their courteous remark [la accompanied with a smile, it Is turned to the passage and I read here, I still think with great long. .

doubly effective. where my finger pointed. That Ing about the many, sunny day
Little word.. like "pl_" and "thank ;you" work 'passage Is nearly always helpful and how good the sun felt as I FLORIDA --- Prices Good Through Sat; Oct. 7th

miracle* when used In a pleasant tone. They Nhoulil be I I To-day here is what my finger was stood In the school yard with the ,

made a habit. Too many. folk, nelflnhly concerned with ;on: children playing about me. YesI
loie of the fact I "For I have heard the slanderof was much younger then, life
Inclined to night
their> problem are Over
that they are dealingwith human being. when tb..yadcl.III many: fear was on every side: mood seemed always to. have a festive 2000 Items Are Cheaper At Lovett
While they took counsel together and always around the corner
a clerk In a atom or a telephone operator. On
was
against me, they devised to takeaway something Interesting.Try .
the other hand. Mime employee make their work more
this LIVER LA
A CREOLE
my life. But I trusted in :
difficult with sullenness and Inattention. 1 lb.
Thee 0, Lord, I said "Thou art sliced liver TROPICAL
We form lasting impressions of people and places on the my God", my times are In Thy 3 tablespoons fat EVAPORATED

basis of little things. That is why Courtesy plays such an hands deliver me from the handsof Flour

important part [in life. A moment's thoughtfulness. a pleas mine enemies, and from those 2 tablespoons chopped onion

ant smile, a friendly word can endear a person or a place to that persecute make Thy face to salt and pepper, Tomatoes
2 Milk
a total stranger. shine upon Thy servant; save me cups tomatoes

Maybe the food isn't all that it should be, but you still for thy mercies sake. Let the Season. liver dip In flour and
brown
like the cafe where the waitress greets you with a smile, [is lying lips be put to silence which tomatoes.in hot fat. .Add onions ant'

attentive and alert. You remember pleasantly the bus driver speak grievous things proudly and minutes Cover, cook slowly 1?

who helps pick up your packages whensome thoughtless contemptoualy against the right and uncover and cook 1!
you minutes until sauce Is thick. This
person jostles them from under your arm. You like the ecus. if I good with fresh Not
hog liver which 2
How well this fit the troubled
town where folks give you directions with a smile and you will soon be handy when 3 TALL
29c
feeling In my heart and took the you 3
encounter a friendly cheerful atmosphere.One butcher. 29
great hurt and anger I feel toward
surly cop can give a community a black eye. It is cloudy here Cans
the Russians who continuallylie and warm. CANS
that will cot It thouwand of dollar worth of bull.........*. Robins have
about us In every word they said goodbye and
confused tourist make turn where he shnulil-!
Maybe a a are on the
utter. This 1 Is a part of Psalm 31. way south. Today I
n't or a lady ha trouble with her starter on a busy the Try this method of Bible reading have a feeling that a lot of youflave

roughfare. If the officer. yell "Hey, you whatta you sometime. Just read where your been thinking about me. It 303 CANS "OLD
think'' doln the offender I. hurt and will dislike Is GLORY LARGE SIZEKINS'
you're finger points. I often close my Friday and you are reading
that town for life. A courteou approach always get eyes and say. "God show me the Clay Hill. I am thinking of all RICE

quicker, better ';" ..ul..... The officer could Just a* easily way," then point out my passageIt my dear readers and of the boys In Pork & Beans 3for25(c '
may, "('.., sorry, friend but you can't turn left at this Is mighty comforting. I also camp and across tote water. I

corner" or, "Having trouble, lady? Maybe I can help!' think about the blessing that we think of my son and wife and

you." Ho will then make warm and. lasting friend for I still are free and can read our grandchildren the many people
the town.Let's Bibles and go to the church of with whom I have lived and worked
our choice. I with and loved 3 29 303 Can Stokely's Fruit
always enjoy Don's so de.
be more Courteous. It's good for the mind good votedly very lb 2'- 4
Masonic magazines. One thought I May God
spare all
vr for the morale good for business and good for Florida and liked was the last Issue of Scottish I''lives many years and even thoughwe your Cocktail 19C

\)\JtII Rite News: Masonry, It says, "Is never meet again in this world
a thing of the Spirit and to pre-M perhaps! in the next and through
vent its members from discarding eternity we will sing and rejoice VELVO LB. BAGCoffee

ALVAREZ' STORE Men's 1894: 1111 spiritual value for things material. forever CAMPBELL'S TOMATO
Established ." That Is why the Mason who I am only one: Lb. Superbrand Coloij

follows his teachings Is a Godly I But I am one. .
I cannot do everything. SOUP 3for25c

But I can do something. COLE

What I can do, I ought to do.
florid Itcnoirnnl Road Mlerortifor
And .what I ought to do.

.1,. By the grace of God, PRINCE
ALBERTTOBACCO
I WILL
do.

a r Not a bad rule to live by. Again
Kronomy and Long Life 69'
y God bless you,all 3for25c 19c

Love, LURA.HAMPTON.



TIo.J11fl"'tl God-aiaelLool tx el!

By Mr )f. C. SweeneyLadle. fMs<< J'' I I


*' Council) Meet.*

On Wednesday afternoon of'last '..,. .:.
week, the Ladles' Council of the

1 Christian Church was entertained U.S. NO.
In the home of Mrs. Gerald Ad- CHUCK PICMC

klns.. Co-hostess was M.... Adklns' 10 lb. 29C

The daughter devotional", Mrs study Middleton, "The Prevail.Lord's Potatoes ROAST HAMSCELERY

Supper. was Introduced
by the
president Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth STALK
'LARGE

scripture followed by reading forty-five meditation minutes, and of GOLDEN Ib. 59c Ib. 39<

prayer. At the meeting's conclu- 7 %
sion, Miss
Louise Adkins assisted .
In serving the :
guests sandwiches

and Coca-Colas, Starke FRYERS lb. 5

Lake S"An1..1t"..*. FANCY SWEETPotatoes ,


Swan folk A large attended Chapel number Tuesday services of night.Hampton at Sept Lake 5 Ib. 29 BEEF LIVER, lb. - J

25th.
when
the Goapelnires of the _

i- special Speaker Hampton service of Baptist the of Church vocal numbers gave a FROZEN FOODS Cen. Cut PORK CHOPS Ib.- 6

driv, undo. 10 ,eta evening was Hu ,
Where..r are
you you Dollar' Jor Dollar bert Beasley, of Orlando minister
gnat many new" PO..CI-or two reawni.Fine lal ORANGE DIXIANA
student at i
more people .rs buying new. Pomiac Baptist Bible Insti .
than eref before. Second, Pomiac, with its you can't beat aGo tute In Lakeland. Each Tuesday Breakfast BACON lb. -

distinctive Silver Streak styling,|iua cao'c help evening throughout the season JUICE Strawberries
brine! teen sad tlmirtd. Punliac; I Is a .1.....- outstanding speakers are schedule

our too,Mr performance, dependability and to Appear, offering a special spir Rib Brisket STEW lk-- -1
real economy. Com in and let the .newFoouac DL 7J7L C itual treat to this particular dis or ,
lime. trict. John Minder 5
any permanent cans 99c
I I I Swan resident and caretaker of Lake 29cCOTTAGE 1
Conference Grounds Is In CHEESE lb. -
'charge of these ,
J. arrangements
MeGriff Motors ,
|I 1-. F. C to Jacksonville.

Sixteen members of the local j, SUPERIOR ICE CREAM Pint 1
Temple Ave. & Pratt St. Starke, Florida I I I Youth for Christ attended the pre- -



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OCT 6-1950





I Op'ppaER) 8, 1950 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREBlOOKER

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beets, rolls, buttered I I already and praying,; that we can reach
green cabbage shopping Friday. 1 = acres in one day :Mr. Dowling has separation of 21 years. gone Into the armed services

marshmallow sweet potatoes Mrs. Curtis Melvin of Winter I his farm practically all in pasture New River is well represented and we understand some others !in the community who do
buttermilk. The Life And Times their call, including
received
others have service any
Haven visited her now, Including large quantities of Tornadoes not attend church
and Bradford High
son daugh on the
Thursday: Spanish lima Johns and Willie
l.Awl"! beans Of New River Folks bahla, Bermuda, love and other Floyd where. God helping us, we wilt
Mae ter-ln-law, Mr. this Bobby '
V 1Ii pineapple pudding, scalloped tomatoes and Mrs. Cecil I football squad year. Padgett.

hot corn muffins buttermilk Melvin the latter part of last l Jesse le grasses. Crews, Deloran Hodge, Leslie Hans and Llsh Carter went tc reach all of them.Typewriter .
By Lazenby The M S. of Gainesville
I Hayes
grctingParentTeacher Friday: corned beef hash tossed week and the first part of the. Sapp, and H. C. Rouse, Jr., are all Webster a few days ago to see -
AsBO.q are back from their vacation In bond DOc
week. paper i
vegetable salad creamed corn : local players on the team. their sister, Ollie Strickland, who
nl&"ht Canada and the northern and east > .
let ''as1, Thursday were 111&de| strawberry, cello bread butter Mr.: and Mrs IT. C. Coleman ol John Reunion I ern section section of the U. S. Gerry Sapp and Mrs. P. S. Crew. Is III. r'am. Telegraph.WELDING -

hOOI I plans Carnl- Gainesville visited relatives here The Aunt Bell Johns clan celebrated They were visiting relatives here I and Mrs Spencer Crews at the There was a goodly crowd of

}nnuai< Hallowe'en/ the Carnival milk.Mr.. and Mrs. Elton Taylor and Sunday. f Itself with a reunion at the and report a wonderful vacation State Farm Thursday of last week. people at Long Branch Church last I

set for L. L. home of Aunt Bell's ,, the working in spiteof
Parker
for
eau 28th. ::1.r. children of Worthington Spring! was in Starke or daughter They like their new car fine They Saturday I
rda\ ,wtober business !Mrs. Truby Hodge, Sunday. This the weather. Several,
Monday. damp
principal, W81ehalrmln. and John Mott of Raiford visited I added that they planned to go toMiami
acMw1 Bryant Moore of Starke reunion used to be Aunt Bell's to visit Mrs A. P. Moore.M. ladles were on hand to clean up
with all the their mother, Mrs. Bannle Mott was a LONG BRANCHBy L
of the t
dinner. AH The walls t
co-chairm Sunday. guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M Lewlr birthday anniversary L. Johns was In Newbery last the cemetery. r
to ac' as Friday of the immediate!! family werepresent church building are being erected
,, or the different; con.I Allen Lewis Ernest Douglas I except Mrs. Lacy Johns. week helping with the wild life Mrs. J. L. Strickland and the work accomplished beginsto I
j
:Mr! and Mrs J. W. Thomas exhibition there. I"
Thomas attended
and James -
were formed. I Hamilton at Mr. and Mrs. Tlnk Johns of South be noticeable The ladles prepared '

topic for the even-I tended the football game played b> ordination services at An. Florida were among the grand- Harry Swisher has been workingat Lillie" Wilkinson: spent the dinner for the workers, and #

,.grin County School Bond II'. i Starke and Daytona at Daytona tloch Baptist church Sunday. children present, and Tlnk has plastering In the YWCA buildIng afternoon"Miss with us a few days ago Albert Osteen made coffee. All \I

L speaker was Superln. I Friday night. Score was 13 to 1 8 Mrs. G. A. Gay has returned t<' I been away so long he was almosta in Jacksonville He commutes that she Is in excellent fared well until they tried to cross !!

Harmon Morgan. of, In favor of Daytona her home here after being a stranger. dally. He started out driving his She health states and that she recently returned the little bridge over Wilkinson We offer the people of Starke

great nee Several from patient Alachua County Dodge truck<< but decided to shift had washed out I
told of the people here attended I two weeks' visit In Branch- -the rain
a e i tel Gainesville Those attending the Toby Dowdy 16 Kaiser for speed and from a I and \lclnlty one of the most
hoot) buildings, school reo services held at New Hope Baptist for several HORPI'I a more I Ocala with her daughters. When I the fill. I
and also ex. I church last Miss Lubedia "Shin Dig" st Brooker Monday comfort. Hill-2? -
UvemnnU. weekend. she got back home she found so I A truck load from Clay modern and finest equipped r
school bond: ited Mrs. C. D. Bethea of Gainesville night were Tom, and Rubena and Nan Moody were In Church
rt what the Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry visit- Bud much work accumulated that she I In all- -went to Padgett
,
)0[. L. Johns Jr., Lou Johns,
Kerce I
carried Tuesday at the live A shops anywhere.
Gainesville Tuesday went car. vtddlajr
was
A motion I ed Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and could not get to church that night. Sunday Others by
Brooker Parent-Teach.. I daughters, Janet and Jayne of John Pinhole ter' was in Starkeon tVlllt ore Johns Marklee Moody stock market. They sold a Brahman She walks the 2>j miles to church I good congregation was presenteven All Work Guaranteed
Joe and Mr. and Mrs
,?n would back the schOO) Starke Sunday afternoon. business Friday.We Jon Lazenby; bull calf and bought another and very seldom misses n service) though the weather was bad t y
Will Andrews and Fred Johns
committee, will be Guernsey calf to raise. her on the Our little Sunday school here at SMITH'S GARAGEAND
,Ie. A Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and are glad to welcome the Rev Stafford Crews attended church We are sorry we had
fl to help obtain the necijiatures children visited her father, Allen Earl Willis of Santa Fe, who has Johnstown Bill Banks was here visiting around sick Hat, but we are certainly I the Mission Station la holding up
) at Sunday morning.
and to help on Connely, of Lecsburg Sunday. been called to serve as pastor of his home and friends last glad she did not belong there! I \WeU.Ve had a few members absent MACHINE SHOP
the Fonnle Crews, Elmore Cason, week. Marie stayed In Folkston due to illness', but
Brooker Sunday
y- Baptist church We Gordon Maxwell, son of Principal Temple Ave. Starke
program committee! Miss nan Atkinson was In cordially Invite everyone to come Toe and Jon Lazenby were In Live He says they are soon going to is the sick list this 20 of the 30 on the roll were pres
ling Maxwell, on
.ed( and Mrs. R. H. Faulk. I Starke on business Saturday morn- out and hear his sermons. Oak'over the weekend helping Joe' move up to Indiana to bo near week. I ent. The Lord does bless those

appointed chairman. Ing.Mrs. Dowllng put In a Bermuda grass his brother and sister with whom of our Clay Hill boy have who trust Him, and we are hoping

adjourned'and N. C. Mott spent last week DojltEugene patch to the tune of about three ie was recently re-united after a Some

eUng was served to the with her daughter, Mrs. Edgar Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge are I

>ntl were Wilkinson, and Infant son, of the proud parents of a son, Doyle .
Mrs. Leslie Green. Starke. Eugene born September 28th.

\U\ Mrs. Lloyd Barry, Misses Francis Mr. and Mrs. T.V.. Markey Corner Call & ;

blue Sowell and Mrs Barry and Dean Atkinson were vere in Gainesville on business J I Cherry Sts. Starke i :
personnel at In Gainesville i'
i, cafeteria shopping Thursday Monday.Mr. ,
high school here, serve Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of ATSTARLING'S
lunch 1 I and Mrs. Dave Galney of Quantity Rights I
and healthful Montloch and Mr. and Mrs. Hershel ,
Palatka visited her :Mr.
the parents Oct. 6 &
t noon hour for price Layfleld of Gainesville were (
and Mrs. N. G. Stokes last week- Reserved
llenus of lunches for week guests of their parents, Mr. and *

\\r 2nd: Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday after. nd.Mr. FOR YOU _
and Mrs. V. V. Hazen of
I chili con carne, plain
lines, Ice cream, milk. noon.Mrs.. Vida Dekle of Jessup, Ga. Starke attended services held at

.: beef stew with vege-, visited Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott, Mew veekend.Hope Baptist church last C

[ Jelly, sliced fresh toot Friday afternoon.
pie biscuits milk. Mrs. Q. W. Davis and children Mr. and Mrs. J. K Douglas of S

: spent last weekend in Gainesville Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. H. C FACTORY
iy: baked ham, spiced .
with relatives and visited her i Douglas and children Sunday L

husband, who Is a patient in Ala. I The Russell Green family Blended I

.GIVESFAST I chua: County Hospital.\ the home coming meeting PACK t I .

I Mrs. R. E. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs at Brandy Branch Baptist church I .

T.t W. Thomas were In Gainesville tear Baldwin Sunday. Ib '

RELIEI 1 ,

when COLD I PROPOSE) CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS: TO DEVOTED WITH $5.00 I'

MISERIES STRIKI ON IN NOVEMBER 7th, 1950 '

ORDER OTHER .
NOTICE Of ELECTIONWHEMKAS tints of the State The I last pr -
coding decennial Federal b: I
: The Leglaluiura i census
BEST You 194! under the Coiixtttuilon of 188 ,11I1I11I1f with' the .dur..1. census ( t tIU50 MEATS OR .
of the Slate' of }'Iorl ATE Joint Ileaolutlons propuMlnir amend I and Khull cuntrul In nil pupulnMu !
EVER mi-nu to the <:oniitltutloii of thtftnta -i'. i it and uijiistltiHlc.iml uunorlloim.nu. ,- I '
.
TbNITEr of Florida and the Humeer. ': uiilesi\ otlu.wi.e order.SKVATB TOBACCO .
POP SOME : j
agreed to hy a vote of three fifth i Lrgislntun .
of all memberx i>lert,..d to alt. hil -
l ih. iifo that the votu on "iufjilnt JIHNTmSULlTION.Nil ; : I f!
CRISPTENDERDELICIOUS IVt-oliitl wets entered 111'-1| : S'ld
r on, then ri'peithe. Journal*, wit Ii .\ JOINT IU "III.I'l'IO-l: I'rotiUaI"K I
oho _.it. and nays thereon and th.dnl .'\' l" an AiiiHiidiii.Mit. to Article 1|II
y '
dcUM'mlnf" and dll..t' Unit th 1 ',r the u".tliuilon, ICelatlnii. : tu II1rglclnttve
t' et | :*alil. Joint K.-.oltitlon.. l b. uhnilt : ; U..p..um..nt of the MatooMMninant .
E ted tn the .l.-ctorM of the stun I\t.! Amending, Bectiula 27.c i1 i1CHlJRNGOLD
I the liiMnral Election in rCo\eniu:: >.>. Thertfiit I'c-ltHillinK tu Titles u f SUDS large pkg.
Ttb, 1950.A Legislative 1 Ann Ameiidmenti anulijet SUPER
,
<>\\-, THnrtEFonic, i. n. A.' >of U-Hlnlntlvu, Act
OKAY, Hn-relary' of state of th": I1W IT Hl >!dl.VIOL. HV TIIK:'I.I'I1.1:, ,
..
of Flolia.l. Uo hereby 111\,1 I us' 'J'IIE IITATE: O
REE ,.! slats notice that aUUXEKAL .. ;'J'ilrf;
ELECTION That the following amendment tArtlcla
apt FREE Removal; will\ ha hell In each county 1 In 111, Hectton 18 of
Florida on Tuenilay next .ucc"ed., Ktltutlon of Florida; I I.. hereby AlI'u"ci
I. Crippled, & Worth Ins the first Monday, In Novemtte" and shall be aubmlttod to the ..IAc.l f
D. 1340, the aiil. Tuesday bolt: lore of the State of Florida for rutlflcatlcm With 5c Coupon
(tie, Horses, Mules, tlie or rejection at I the nAxt NUvember lb 29c
MlVnN'TII DAY OF NOVEMBER Oeneral election to be held III
,
:
for the rHtlflcntlnn or rejection ..f A. D. 1950, a* follow: On Package .
said Joint IteanlutlonH prnpoxtnff tmUTIit.V 16. Ale, tine aubjuclexpreMHed ; 9
132 Starke the Amendmentn tn the Cnll.Utllll..nof : In title; umendmentsI I
.
.
the Mate of Florida via: lOach I: law enacted In the I I...irlxln
Lure shall embrace but one nub j .
HfcSOLUTIONNO.
ALWAYS\: COME: i SENATE JOINT. JB Juct and, niattni; properly cinuuetetherewith '
which ubjei't shall 1 Ite e
IIKSOUJTIOX. Propo*- '
da Renderers A JOINT to Article V i rof briefly expressed In the title and no
InHT an Amendment of the Stats nf law shell be amended or revleby C
the Oonatttutlon Adding Thereto nn Addltlnnal ( reference) to It. title only; but }
Florida, by
1 IXC. Section to Provide that thI.egliilutiire In such case the act IMP revised e ovectlun ,
/ Shall Have Power 1 tCrnate or :mbBectlon of a nectlor
Marine thJurliidictlon or paragraph of a BubHeulon of i
I'sfaIHeh rower, and of .luvenll. ...<'Llnn an amended, shall bt re.
Court and of and the Officer. Thereofto libeled and published at length.irOCSIS 51b.13
Vet In Hu<'h Courts. ]:xu.lveUrllrlnal ) < POTATOES I"
Jurladictlnn of All or ,\nyC'rlmln..1 ; JOINT HKSOI.UTIONNl
.
Where Minor I'n 151 \
ENTER'SSCRIPTION Unae
'
der Any Aue Specified.Including 1 hy the. I.egrl th*<". Inv A an JOINT Amendment KKHOIAITION: to Articled Frnpo V'
Are Aucuned
Nature Offeneee a*. An of the Cunntltutlon of Florida, He
ItlKht to Define Inntead of Crlmexi: t l> atlas to the Juillclill L>piiLrtmenI |
Ielln/'henry:'I Klertlon by I Adding Thereto a Section ti> JIO< ,
Qualification
\\RMACISTS Providefor or Selection the and Appointment. Therein Known An Providing Hevtlon for 48 an of Article.Addition, V .

CotnnenRatlon' ',. and, of'f;: 1 of r*OfflC', another tl Judicial Circuit of the Circuit
of JudKen Court of Florida Which Hhrtll lie<
oSuch
Officer and Employee( Judicial Circuit and
Court; Without Uelntt Mmlted the Sixteenth Monroe loantl9orlda .
of
.. hall( Consist
1"0-
K Therein by. Certain and for I the Election ofuates' a

henna*IT of UKSDI.VKn sail ConMtltutlon.H8 T1.j|,1"Y 8TATB Til I II LEllISLATI'RE ol,.-' of:' Such Attorney I'lrcult and acinult JUd..1 Bottle t Carton 19c

FLOrtIDAS U6 Amendmen rstiATI'UK!'UK IT 1t ;HIII.VF.n 0..' TUB TIY Till':!: ( COCA-COLA 6 -

to That Article Ills.V of following the fonatltutlnn by addlni of 'Le That''HI DA the: fnllon-lnfr amendment to (Plus Dep.: or Exch.)
of Florida of
the state to be \rtlclo V of the Constitution
thereto an additional auction section to hi
Florida, bv addlnir a
t*. he and th' ..
known an Section Section 44 of Hald Artlclt
phal known a*
ama I I. hereby agreed to and I I. Hereby agreed to and shall blllhlllllteil <
V.
be nibmltted to the elector of th' to I till' elector of the Htati.

state rejection of Florida at the "general"for ratification Tuesday election. afteitha 01 10, rof lonat Florida the next for ratification general election or rejec tohe MILK 3 tall cans u-125c I

be held lint on Monday the first In November 1'JoOa :; I
follow; Circuit nf the flat o'Inridn ,
1..I.latur.aha
SEfTlOV: H. The which I 18 the Nixteenfh Ju.
and entabllKh -
11 have power to create purl .llclal 1 Circuit and which hall con-
Juvenile Court In of Monroe ant ltnr
let| of the county .
t'lutrlctiwithin .
Ununty or counties or which there shall be elected nn
MiMI: SERVICE the State n* It may deeirproper 'Ircult Judge and one Htate. .' At-
and to define the JurUdlc- provided. by law.
an
l orney
of uch courts an from group" soy- c
ion and powers Circuit Judge
The
PHONE the officer thereof and to vent jaredeetlnn Ir- ..n In and for the Eleventh JudicialIrcult
original
.orb court axcluiilva criminal (' and reldln In M..nroeCounty .
of all or any shall t.e the Circuit Judgff
h 64 cairn: where, minor under any Aile' the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit and
from >
Night LenUlature until) .33
Judvc
the Much
peclfled by hall continue a* CORNEUBEEF
Including .
.
tlma to time are accused nffenne the expiration. of his term "' officeiwit
all
tha right to define any or ,T,on the first Tuendny after th<
cornmlted by any p of; ret Monday In January 19SS
Instead ii
ohall ba "I"-
of dallnquency Attorney
a s acts qualification The State ..
rrlmea,; election to provide or for selection the an..ppeintments 'olnteil mil the by first the flovernor T"e"doy after t serve the

.
VI A .officer and such of other judges officer, probation andmpeoyeea lrt Monday In January 1053

.. such court a* the F
of JOINT
HOUSE Y ESe1LCT10NPROPOSING
to
and
I.-lflxlatiire may determine NO. (
:
compensation :and term orifflca to Amend Artlcla Vnf
1 tlx their; all In uc-h manner, for 8u..htime. the Constitution of the State of r
and according to uc-h methodsa "lorlda Relating. to the Judiciallepartment
Legislature may prescribeind of the Government ofIhe
the

ted therein d..ta.mlne.wllhnut. by the provisions bv belnff Jury In thin in. fill State|I'r RF'IOI.VI'of!' Florida.I PT STATE T1IR LEG.LATI'RFJ OF. SARDINES Packed 4 FLAT CANS 2Sc ''I

(''onetltutlon a* to trial Declaration 1 OF THE In Oil
Section a and 11 of the *I "'I.nRIDA: .
; term.cation' .
to
i of Rights' a. to use "of the following tltutiloe of Sheate ,
1
And TheV
"I the Ii crraappointtn of the Gen 1i
in Aectaloe ey10 of of Florida I us hereby' agreed toand i
in rhea. ahall be submitted to the a-

1Policy tlon 21 01 01 criminal Article nttofofficers..a.I. .a.. 10 III JuI.tlctlon Section- .0'I..ctor.. rejection. of to this ba at held State' the In for the next ratification year generallection t.&o.AD. I 39c
to ..o..tlon.hall i
5Jb
l1.t7.U and 85 of AtI..le of I aA inter- that added I I. to to.ay Maud: 1 A Article new V to I GRITS Jim Dandy

:Its riglnal I of ]minor.'urlndletion in Section tN of Arcle .be designated be election. 151', r""dlnI, .
of processend ,
followSRfTroV
S. and a to style thesloth and providing. a* the ,
of and a
When
name
In the laA
prosecuting In 11 of Article. p.ovl.lon. I.-, "j.ln*.. of the office of county the Countydgs havi 1!
aletii
% "nnflt..lln. require, In any
r
'
or this Con.UtuUon. Inll i A population' of thousand more than aciord.g two. I 1i

JOIST RESOLCTIONNO. I added, the and. lest fifty census taken by the, I i
SENATE to the 1.,1." l


toone ? A. JOIST VII Amendment of the REICOLV'I'IO Constitution.8 to Section: Fropns'qan te:i Arcl. the the \]ere'ott..dCt..to.!*eted/(Countv may by; the*provide Oovernment Judas qualified I time for who.lertopre on.hall. ..ddl.tl..nal ,,be ofOfficers*' II PICNICS Ii

rate of Florida' Relative' EHiATURB : ich rounir at the
State county
YOUJr Stata; C..n.u. lIIaltlnK' a and Ad,PI!-' 0' yotln" additional for other County Judge.
Unnece.sary ill such
numeaUon Fed' four
for
Jf.ennlal i hi. office 7"1
Inlf: the Preceding I".naua.1'1 .hAII hold .".It I h
eompen.atlon
] Census a. the fltAt. hll hav* HAMS
ea THE LEO ledfor and h* *
PY' ; law.
Needs }\ IT RESOf.ypn TatE: STATE OFrARIfA : il ede "by. alt( th.:* power* and
OF I that are or "
..."form all the dotle .33c
: In bY
F prewrlhed
Ity: E. Johns Thai the following amendment of the Cnn ",*y,he provided or .tatnte. foriunty lb.
",,'Uon 6, Article VII Judges.n. all law ratet-,
heonnAI. :
[Agency' of State CenSur. County Judge .hall ap.y
dative the
.
to
to the .If.d to and Ill" additional **"nney iSS"*
!STARKE FLA. tba same I. heeb .I.tora, oftlto pi to Mid TESTIMONY WHF.REOF. ire
..all be ...hmltted to tor ratlflc"- IN set my hand and .f.
State of Florida' eiae- "" hereunto.
th
general, Heal of thetaCapl ,
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Uon or .ejection at 'I'u..l. etch ate Tnaba..e*.
P, lion to b" b..ld on the : sa ? first day of Augut. A. D.
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N..remher. 1550 a" follows. e h4.. 1&.0. R. A. OtlAT8crary
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE. .FRIDAY, 0tT09
FACE FOUR
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It .. .. .. I Sirmans-Sheppard I Miss Fields HonoreeAt 1 Ward-Watterson Mrs. Shaller HostessAt Frank-Carter I Citizenship

Lingerie ShowerMrs. Birthday PartyMrs. Miss Louise Carter daughter of At Junior ClubThe

Charles Shepherd and Roy Mrs. Rosa Smith of Breese, HI.,
Fred Selley and Mrs. Robel' honored and Vie late Dalton Carter of Law- second '81, -,
Marquette were the Junior met
Lappe entertained at the home 01 tey, was united in marriage on W ?. '
guests at a delightful birthday par 'Iub
the former on Madison Ave. Tuesday Saturday, Sept. 16th, to Kenneth Monday "? .
in their honor Saturday the
ty given with
> evening at a lingerie shower I evening by 1olr Robbie Shaller at Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. An- Mr* H w foam,
honoring Miss Hazel Fields, popu St. drew Frank, also of Breese, 111. presiding
the Shaller home on Eighth
Office i' J Jt lar brideelect.Fall Late summer flowers were usedto The ceremony took place at Mrs v" ,, u
rhone 29 r flowers, gladioli and chrysanthemums advantage in decorating the two o'clock In St. Andrew's E. & reported th.. ,

e predominating, were t home for the occasion. Refresh R. Church, 2811 Junlata: Ave., St given to tn,
used in decorating the hostess'home ments were served from a table Louis, Mo., with the Rev. T. E. dance h8.1I"I nd

Woman's Club WSCS EntertainedIn During for this the delightful evening affair.several overlaid with a Puritan lace cloth Beier, pastor. formerly of Breeso, 19 to be helc u ?rune, '."j
i and centered with an arrange officiating.The $1
To Meet Oct 1 11 I Gainesville games and contests were played. per conpi. p,"""'
In a "jumbled name" contest Mrs.I a'k ment of pink roses. bride wore a' dark green for the run, tt
Mrs. J. T I w Helping Mrs. Shepherd and Mr suit with brown accessories. Her at the anmm, rnall'
The monthly meeting: of thi Mrs. E. M. Rooks and Guy Andrews was the winner and HIlIt we"
I Ii celebrate their joint of white orchids. The Oct.
senior Woman's Club will be helc d I Guy, wives of former Stark was presented with a linen dish Marquette corsage was 27 al thl ,CllOO,,
Wednesday afternoon, October 11 Methodist ministers, entertalne towel. Mrs. Al Harley won the anniversary were Mr. ShepherdMrs. bridesmaid's flowers were bronze will represoni unto

at 3 o'clock at the Woman's Club. Circles One and Two of the Iota i "matching name" contest and received Marquette, Mr. and Mrs. Nel- asters. members arc irgeo to' ,
at th son Jon<: Mrs. Paul Keleher, Mrs. the the home conmr'' \
WSC Monday afternoon a bath cloth. i Following ceremony goon'
Rev. T. Q. Mitchell, guest speaker a a +,1w n.
J E. Denmark, Donald terns
will be introduced by Mrs. J: home of the former in Gainesville Following the games, little Betty C aI Boyd Staton bridal party returned to Breeze to the r
M., Hembree. He will speak or I Chrysanthemums and gladioli Jean and Mary Schmitt presented Ray Tilley and Robbie Shaller. where a reception was held In the mittel', Mn M-S-" I ,"

"American Citizenship." were used in decorating for this Miss Fields with a beautifully decorated y I American Legion home from 6 Miss Nina Bishop OPQl"
occasion. t. basket holding her many I RichardVainwright until 9 o'clock. man IntrodUcea ,
for the afternoon' I I II (I !.hI
meeting Hostess will be Mrs. Gladys Har The Circle leaders, Mrs. L. D lingerie gifts. $ r Has Birthday PartyLittle Later In the evening Mr. and speaker, Re 1'homa.,,
Pearce, The cake, decorated in white Mrs. Frank left on a wedding trip who spoke )Itlzensh| ,
asHlsted by Mrs. Herbert Green and Mrs. Bertha pre
rington and topped with the inscription Richard Wainwright played 'to the Ozarks and upon returning, patriotic tin' tben,,
Deal, Mrs. C. K. Hayes, Mrs. W. sided over the business meeeting I host to 23 of his friends Satur vo
reside in the Koch I high achoo
"Hazel and Herbert, .was cut by will Apartments
H. Norman, Miss Dorothy Ross, which opened with prayer by Mrs. Mrs. S. J.: Slrmana of LaBelle an. Mr. and Mrs. W, Calvin Ward 01 student
day afternoon at the lake home ot son,
the bride-elect. Mrs. Charles at 642 N. Fourth Street in Breese Patsy Benton jl,
Green, Mrs. C. F. Ward Rooks. the engagement of her I Starke announce the engagement
R. A. nounces
Mr his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.: R. Joan
Schmitt presided at the punch Mrs. Frank is a graduate of the Tenly anc, I
Mra. D. I* S-ilcox and Mrs. R. P Following the business meetingMrs. daughter. Alma, to Edwin Spen I'and approaching marriage of their Wainwright at Kingsley Lake in Helen I
bowl. Breese High School and at one companied b\
conducted the of Mrs. Kate''' daughter, Mary Ella, to Frederick iulll ,Lay
Stubbins. E. K. Perryman cer Sheppard son
celebration of his third
About 25: guests were present tc birthdayannlvel'llary. Ume attended school in Starke, piano. Mrs. BettS
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I of Mr. and Mrs.
devotional, using as her topiC Sheppard of Starke, U Watterson son ,
enjoy this occasion with Miss where she formerly lived with her piano selections
Woman's AuxiliaryMet "With Healing in His Wings" Miss Slrmana Is a member of the Fields. I Martin Luther Watterson of Hampton. A Hallowe'en motif was carried ,mother. hour. dating

taken from the "Methodist Worn faculty of Bradford High School out in the decorations for the home Mr.. Frank has always lived In Mrs. !
MondayThe from The wedding will take place on Bobby Alvarez
Mr. graduated
an. Sheppard
with Hallowe'en favors of suckersfor Breese except during the time he of the
Mrs. W. G. Halle gave an Inter. the School of Electrical Engineer. Mrs. Burns Hostess Friday evening, Oct. 20 at 7 o'clockin the hostels commltuj!
youngsters. The birthdaycake served with the U. S. In the
st Mark's Woman' Aux- / Navy slated In
and also University of Florid the Pine Level Baptist Church serving rein.
eating article on Korea nor at the Bride-Elect
held its regular monthly Honoring I carried out the color echemcwith Pacific area in World War IL He Miss Della
iliary ; with the pastor, Rev. W. E. Hall Rosenberg
read a "Home, written by last summer and I now taking
Monday night at the homeof poem I pumpkins, witches and ghosts Is a graduate of the Breese High nette Simpson
meeting .
James: Metcalfe,' and dedicated It post graduate work. Miss Hazel Fields, whose marriage officiating. All relatives and decorations. Mrs. x a a
Mrs. Edward Burns. to Mrs. Rooks who recently moved The marriage will take place to Herbert Green will 't>e an friends of the couple are Invitedto Assisting Mrs. Wainwright in School. Mrs. Robert Barked,!,,

Mrs. Mattie Gahagan directress, Into her new home.. during the Christmas holiday. event of October 13: was honoree/: attend the wedding and also the caring for the little White Jr. Miss San
guests Mrs. Sam Dell of Gainesvillewas
led the devotional and Mr. W. H. Mrs. Guy closed the meeting at a delightful luncheon Tuesday, reception which will follow Immediately Mrs. Charles Miss were Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Jr,3
Darby Kate the weekend guest of Mrs. J. Cameron
Noegel gave an Interesting talk on' Mrs. Edward Burns at her after the ceremony at and Si8| Fr.
with prayer. Baptist Circles given; by Struth and Mrs. J.: L. Anderson. M. Brownlee.
the United Thank Offering SIte During the social hour the two home on Madison Ave the home of the bride elect's par berly.

announced that there would be a hostesses, assisted by Mrs Hamil- Have WMU Meetings The hostess used artistic arrange- ants I

'pedal service for this offering on ton Ritch, served tempting refresh. ments of yellow gladioli, chysan. \..... t Ann Page|
November 5. ments to the 26 members present. .The Lavena Epperson Circle One, mums, and purple and yellow Young Adult Class
WMU met at the home ot Creamy Smo..
There will be a district meetingof Circle Three /was entertained by Baptist wild flowers in decorating for this Dpi <..d'
leader Mrs. B. T.Thomas, Tues. Has Monthly MeetingThe =
Ito tn.
the Woman's Auxiliary In Mel- Mrs. Jim: Cooper and Mrs. J.: C.: occasion. D
rose on October 24. All members Hobbs at the home of the former i day afternoon with 12. membersand Luncheon was served on individual monthly party of the Young y Peanut B
one guest present.Mrs.
are urged to attend If possible. on Walnut Street, where colorful Edmund Tenly tables which were overlalo Adult Class of the First Methodist
It was decided to hold the regular zinnias were used in decorating program with white linen cloths and centered Church held last Friday nightin 12
chairman, had as her text, "What was ; oz.jar|
meetings on the second Mon- Mrs. T. H. Slade, circle leader, with bud vases holding arrange the recreation hall with 20 mem .5
and Why We Attend WMU Prayer '
day In each month instead of the presided over the business meeting menu of button chrysanthemums.. bers present. v
led Mrs Alma Hough
first Monday. and Mrs. J.: L. Anderson led the and was the business by was presided over I Following luncheon, Miss Luc lie Group tinging and games led by 31cVALUES
devotional, using the same theme Mitchell won a perfume flacon anc fi
A delicious salad course was by Mrs. Thomas The community Mrs. Thomas Mitchell were enjoyed f, GA _
used the other circles. Mrs Mrs. Fred Selley Camark bowl In
as by a
served by the hostess.;: ; mission for this month I Is to furnish during the evening. Rev. L 0
Herbert Deal had charge of the for child's games of bingo. Miss Fields was Mitchell read the devotional. Refreshments F 1 E Ann Page 13 ilL
needy
money a :
Associational WMU program and conducted the Bible lunch. resented with a piece of Camark were served by the %1' Currant Jelly .
study. pottery, a gift of remembranCe p Y G
hosts, Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell. ur
Officers At Meeting Two new members, Mrs. W. A Following the meeting delightful from her hostess. We Friend]
refreshments were served by the ] don's Y ABip Ann
Page Qt.
I Catnes and Mr*. Guy Williamswere Mrs. Laura Tison visited her son, c
Assoclatlonl officers attending welcomed Into the society. hostess. Next month's meeting.NoV' Save $101! Buy your summer Bill, at the Lake City hospital fhatroo n t w, afla have all the rol Salad Dressing .
7, will be with Mrs. Tenly. the
Ing the State Leaders Conferenceof Refreshments were served tc I stilt now at Alvarez' Store. Tuesday.KOCH'S e t

the Baptist WMU In Daytona the 14 members present during the Doris Knight"Circle of the First ._, I week. Ifo' Come more of thattit We do clal,, Ann rage

Beach from Tuesday night social hour.WCTU. Baptist Church WMS met Tuesday opcraNnlmPly au
through Thursday of last week III : k p1 Salad Mustard
night at the Educational Buildingwith yf5 eol>Pnacsultln
were: Mrs. Edmond Tenly, president MeetingWCTU 35 members present. The Ii eonslrfe ntlyov aAd profit,

of the New River Associationand meeting was called to order by the RAE DRUGSk S a O ff// i for,, g savbngs and the re. Ann Page enatd .. OL
chairman of stewardship; members gathered In the nevi leader, Mrs. T K. McClane you 1 Spaghetti
Mrs. T B. Starling, Starke chair. Tabernacle annex Friday afternoon Mrs. E. C. Mann, devotional / 4 B ayej h re as I

man of community missions; Mrs for the September meeting. Plans chairman, gave Interesting t
A. R. Green, Antioch mission \ all through u7l find vatucat F'es, Ann Page 21 oz.
were made for several members to thoughts from, the second chapter / r \
study; Mrs. Dozier Dowling, stewardship attend the forthcoming state convention ot Ephe>>lans. The business session / through the wn'k anYalore Pork & Beans .
; Mrs. Nublt Kite,, Pine October 24-26, In the Snyder was opened with a prayer by :Mrs.S. ,fie store. ail '

Grove. Memorial :Methodist Church E. Sparks. Mrs. L. K. White- D exo, 3 lb. .
Mrs. Tenly also attended a meet. Jacksonville. Arrangements were head read the minutes, of the executive k
ing of the State executive Board also made to conduct the annual board meeting and the resolutions -
Tuesday afternoon and served membership drive this month. were voted upon. Offering ; White IloureTell

during the conference as state The next meeting will be helo for the evening was 118.13. 7/wr( 3"--- 2f f
chairman of the committee on with Mrs. A. F. Grady on Park Mrs. T. Frank Landrum was in / I
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meetings. Street, Friday, Oct. 27, of the the I I
. quarterly charge program topic -- s I vj. \ 7" 23 Ib.
being "Behind. the Iron Curtain. '' 2 < N \/ /Mona
SAVE
$ $ $ !oo % Flour"SuperRight"
., Those taking part were Airs. J. T Buy Right Buy J

Lawson, Mrs. R. L. Alvarez, Mrs
J. D Seymour, and Mrs. J.: E. Twice As Much FOR PENNY lIOREIFor : Shortening 1 Ib.ran]

Hardy. Hostesses for the meeting Meats Crisco '
DAIC were Mrs E. C. Mann, Mrs. J, P. Top Quality .. __ "TT" :
Douglas, and Mra. C. A. Knight.The .
Daisy Fowler Circle met Example THESE PENSLAK PRODUCTS: SUNNYF1ELD WHOLE or HALF Garden Fresh

L STARKE FLA. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at

f the home of Mrs. F. J.: Shaw, circle 50c ALCOHOL - 2 FOR Sic COOKED HAMS lb. 63c Fruits & Vegefail
leader, with Mrs. J: H. DuPre coostess. -
Friday & Saturday, Oct. 6 & 7 Double Feature The meeting was openec 65c MINERAL OIL - 2 FOR 66c

,with prayer by Mrs. a. \V. Alder. 39c MILK of MAGNESIA 2 FOR 40c JOXVTIIVV:
,Seven Sinners Prairie Schooner Small PICNICS lb. 43c :\IESJl11AGS

man.Mrs.. Shaw the 40c ASPIRIN 2 FOR 41c ,
John Majne lllll Elliott presided over - APPLES
business session, at which time she ALL, GOOD SLICEDBACON
Also Short & Serial
outlined the duties of the various 35c CASTORIA - 2 FOR 36c

Sunday & Monday, October 8 & 9 new officers year.and discussed Mrs. Jesse: plans Newsome for the, 35c SHAVING CREAM 2 FOR 36c lb. - 59c 5 lb. 39c

TARZAN and the SLAVE GIRLStarring program chairman, used as bet 35c SHAVING LOTION 2 FOR 36c FLA. DJtD 2-2J/I\ Ib.-AVERAGE LOoNG ISLAND
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theme
"Stewardship. Those takIng -
Lex, Barker, Vanessa Brown part on the program were Mrs. 40c CASTOR OIL - 2 FOR 41c FRYERS lb. 55c White Potatoes 101 It
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Shaw and Mrs. O. R. Mathews.
Plus Cartoon, Latest News, & "This Is Amedra"Tuesday ,
At the closo of the meeting the GRAPEBRISKET

Oct. 10-ONE DAY ONLY! hostesses served refreshments to ALSO ON SALE Sl/PEK RIGHT TOKAY
the 13: members present. .
STEW Ib. 35c
The next meeting will be hela Stationery Clocks lb. 12c
at the home of Mra. d R. Mathews
who Is co-leader of the circle. Electrical Appliances Quick Frozen Heady-to-Fry lb
Apples Red Delicious,
The Ida Darby WMS Circle met Towels Wash{ Cloths WHITING lb. 17c - LARGE LONG ISLAM
In the home of Mrs. W. L. Andrew Fountain Syringes ,
on Madison Street with 17 memo I
Salad Bowls Vitamins I ( UCK.'nOZEN CAULIFLOWEIHead
l bets> and three visitors present.

Following prayer by Mrs. R. A. CosmeticsFountain I
Thomas, Mrs. L. D. Halnes, program Fillets, lb. 33c Head 25C

Mtattsera ; chairman, presented Mrs. H.

"&.. 14 s *w Eon'ioN Jd'+ L. Brownlee who gave the devo- Dubuque 6 y, Ib' ave.J't., Ib.
tional. The program topic was Fresh Green Cabbage,
"Behind the Iron Curtain." Special Canned PICNICS lb. 74c

r ICAOOIrfOLLJES During the business session, presided Pears ett Ib. -
over by Mrs W. L. Andrews,
leader, Mrs. Ira Wilson outlinedthe 10
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menu to be served at the Double Dip' C LAVA SOAP, Reg. Bar 2 for 19c f1 -i'

Brotherhood supper on Oct. 12

It was announced that Mrs. P. M. Ice Cream DREFT, Large Pkg. 28c Car r
Barefoot will have charge of the ,

flowers for the church this month Duz Soap Powder, Lge. Pkg. 28c
The hostess, assisted by her

sister, Mrs. T. C. Chastain Mrs. A. Lux Flakes, Large Pkg. 28c
J: Thomas, Mrs. Floyd Green and

L EII1luler'r freshments.The Mrs. E. J Dowling.. Sr., served re- SODAR Lifebuoy, Bath Bar - 12c teat

next will be
meeting heMwith
) Lifebuoy Bar 2 for 17c
Mrs. E. Lennon. Mrs. R. A. Reg. Cale
Thomas will be co-hostess.
Any Flavor I II Swan Soap, Reg. Bar .2 for 17c /' i

Wesleyan Guild I Stalk

Met Tuesday NightMrs. Bring a Friend No-Rinse Surf, Lge. Pkg. 28c _

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$iu61Ne SO\P POWDER
M. W. Cressler, president,
presided over the monthly meet. Silver Dust - 29cFor

ing held of Tuesday the Wesleyan evening Service In Guild the Meet Me At Koch's Fountain the Laundry f

On Screen Silver River Errol Flynn, Ann SheridanAlso Methodist Recreation Hall. P&G Soap 2 for 15c

Short Si New Children He-Adults 48o It was decided at this meeting
that the Guild will meet from now Hard Water Soap

Wednesday & Thursday, Ode 11 & 12-Double Feature on the last Monday of the month. DRUG STORE Kirks - 8c .
Mrs. Paul Bridges and Mrs
TUNA HANGMEN Cressler, hostesses, served refreshments K 0 C H Toilet Soap Bath Bar

CLIPPER ALSO DIE to the -IS: members presentRoyal FREE DELIVERY Camay 12c 300 East Call Street t

Roddy McDowell Brian Donle"y Phone 53 Night 273-W large
Plus News tern desk model type Ivory Soap Pkg.

I writer. A-I rendition. Cash or ,. .- .. Flakes - 28c Starke FloridaOCT
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_ BRADFORD COU79TT TELEGRAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGB FtVBIN

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Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kearn. have Mrs. Joa. E. Wilson and Mrs. 3 UDC my Final Return a. Administratorof Malorl. V. "Oanlela, whoa. residence, I Ca.e1n. aORJ!
. Meeting the KM, ate of Paul Hennett de.ceaaed. and addrca la Unknowns: Order .( _l.ll....lo. *.. !NuCie. T..Cpp.'ar. _
recently moved Into the dwellingat M. Brownlee are driving to Sanford 'To
and will on the Tth day of You are required to MTATH Of WIOHII
the corner of Madison and Sunday to get Mrs. May Dick- At Beasley HomeThe November 'IftftO apply to R. K. Per November: 8 th, 10(0, In te"bo'; Max ra8'nk-' whose residenoCand
Cherry Streets ryman. County Judge. for FinalLi.wharg. named Court and ratix, wherein nildreaa I :
from their former Ins who will month here
spend a .
aa ald Admlnlitrator uf plaintiff' seeks dlvorca. Bradford. rou are required to appear on
residence on Route two Mr. with Mra. Wilson and Mrs. Brown \V. T.Te.k's Chapter U. aid eState. County Telegraph hail .publish thIs November 8th, 1080 'In the above
Kearns i Is associated with lee D. C met at the home of Mrs. L. AV. n. Park Order In next four weekly '..."e.. named Court and ..u... wherli
Qulgle) D. Aa. Admlnlntra4nr' of the Wltnea* my haml' and official seal plaintiff' eneka divorce flrdfor4County ]
THE NEWS and Davis. Friends of Mrs. Ned Yancy who VinlngWednesday afternoon: Estate: of Paul L>nnelt .at Starke, Florida, thla October 6th, Teleicraph: shall. publicly
with Mrs. M. this Order In next four weekly IM-
F. Brown 11150.
Mrs. serving as
Lena
Rowe of Role| 4t tO27|
., Ormond : has been sick in bed the past co-hostess (OFFICIAL PKAT.: ) A. J. Thomas .
--- Beach will be the weekend guest of week will be glad to hear she U In rirrult ......... llr..lford Omaljr.Flnrlilai Aa Clerk of ..a.hi Court Cs.WitnesS my hand and. .."" ,Sat cal.
her daughter and i Mrs. O. I.. Beasley In 4 hnni- Hy Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk at Htarko, Florida, this October 4th
Peek of At- Mr. and Mrs. F. L. family the HansWalkers. president rr* / 'I 'I
mllan Barrymore of very much improved. i lois 4t 1012? u to.
!I" Hnlommi l> 1 Unnlela" Plc In I I ff. VI.
.. ano' proud parent Allison Mich. were recent guestf presided and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Marjorte. V. aiilvlfl. I'left'ndant (OFFICIAL stOAt) A. J. Thomas
,'f'' the lllsaVirginia. Sewell of Grove- In rtrenlt Cossrt.llrslfrl Cnniity.Klorldei A. Clerk of said Caurtllv
Ga September 26. Mrs. of Mrs. Gladys Nunnery. The Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tllley\ and son acted as secretary pro tern. After ('...* No. $OSI In (haxeerr Haven Croebj Heputy ClerK

; n bIrD Newton. Ga. Barrymores are six Stephen, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. land spent the weekend with her routine business was disposed of Order oC nhllatl. ..nn,\ >n on a
\ peek of months'vacation E. parents Mr .and Mrs. W. B. Sew- new officers of the 91'r till) OK KI.OHIIIV TOi 'Y"< Max. WaMNorman, ]>ef.*ntlant,. Ally- for. Flf. 10i"< 4t 10121)
Reyes In Installed
Jacksonville year were A
th.weekt'nd.
mater. and over
i la the were en route to Miami .
3t Starke ell. :Miss Sewell teaching musicIn _.___ ___ _
erly I : Mrs. J.V.. Klncald president __ .
Nassau --- -- -- -- n ---'
and Cuba. . _. .
They plar the public schools In Groveland I II .- :- :: : :: - : -:: ::- -
grandJ11other. to here Mrs. Janie Avery was hostess to I ; Mrs. J. R. Kite, first vice
stop
Davia ot I'a- again en route to Uielr this '
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.. and :'ofrs R. home next February.Mr. : the Canasta Club Tuesday evening year. president; president; Mrs. J. R. IIII \
Starke spent Sunday at her Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin returned Wainwright 126 N Starke' 11111Court
and home on Walnut street. secretary; Mrs. J. E ,
'their i-m-law! and daughter Jacksonville. and Mrs. Jack Anderson ot Enjoying the evening with Mrs. Thursday of last week I W'ilaon.treaaurer; Mrs. L, O. Pow. t' MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE Florida. "

and Mrs Leonard Smith, Jr were guests Sunday Avery were: Miss Minnie Besscnt from a three weeks' vacation trip. ell, historian; Miss Olive Ray,

IOn, t.arr" at Penney Farms of and Mr. Anderson's brother-in-law Mrs. W. J. Chandler, Mrs. W. P They spent some time in New' Orleans registrar and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman GUARANTEED REPAIRS III

Robblt shaller Mrs. Maxie sister Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tra Godwin Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mrs then went on to visit MrsGodw1n' chaplain. :

i 'to Mrs Wm. Tllley and "wick, at Kingsrey Lake. J. M. Mitchell. Next relatives in Newton
and week the Following: the Installation delicious
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tel'stephen visited Mrs. Shaller'f Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mosor ar.d club will meet with Mrs. Chandlerand Kansas On the return trip they refreshments .were served Watches Watch Hands Clocks Jewelry, Pens Lighters IIii

Ray Tllley. who lalacksonville I little daughter of Jacksonville were Mrs. Godwin at the Godwin visited Mr. Godwin's relative by the hostesses.Mrs. .
ponald "Your Printed Factory Guarantee Just Like Money To Met"Ray / lII,
Air weekend
Naval
guests of Mrs. In Atlanta and Ga.
ned al Moser'f home on East Call street. Griffin O. U Beaslpy and Mrs. J.

Tufsda} evening. parents, Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Hem I Mrs. J. J. Newman of Madison Rev. and Mrs. Hom' ,r Swtndall W Klncald assisted Mrs. Burns in Marlin II t

?; Mr Geo. Ellston of thee ingway. They were accompaniedby pent the weekend with her daughter and son, Anthony returned last entertaining her guests. f

and weekend at Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins whc Miss Friday from a three weeks' vacation -. -. .- --. '-' .- -- '
Audrey Newman.Mrs. .
spent the Those invited to enjoy the : : : n'T :: "' -: : .: .::.-- : : ---- : : : ::-
:eland f'al'll'visiting[ Mr. Kltoton'f i la employed in Jacksonville.Mr. D. C. Forehand returned which they spent with rela- ] with the honoree were her motherMrs. party 1--- '

\lho returned to the State and Mrs. Martin Land and to her home In Albany. Ga. Sun- tives in Virginia and Kentucky.. J. H. Fields Mrs. Green Me- V.-- ..

.J ier with them for a short visit. sons Robert and Edward, were day after visiting Mrs. T. T. Long While away they conducted a 'Griff. Jr.. Mrs. Wayne Sargent,

1 11% and Mrs. Ralph Shutt and guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. for a week. week's revival In the Christian Mrs. Robert Lappe. Mrs. Fred Sel-

,,1 r.lj pent Sunday Daytona Robert Lancaster, Jr. at High Billy Miles baa been transferredfom Church In Martin Ky. I Icy Mrs. Don Page and the Misses SHOP WITH DENMARK'S SAVESee

Springs. :Lackland Field San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Johnson of Lucile Mitchell Frances Colley

.b.o suits. at Texas, to Kessler Air Field. Birmingham Ala., will arrive soon
r I near
olf 1 on nil siinnsT Oil and wood heater, all sizes, Evelyn Stump Louise Stern ano
rf&' Store. at Hart Furniture Co. Biloxi Miss., where he is attend to spend several months with Evelyn Newsome. us about your heating problems-Buy your heater from us for less!
ing radar school. Mrs. W. N. Johnson and Mrs.
I r. and Mrs. James Moore plan Miss Phyllis Martin daughter of Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe Gladys Nunnery. He is a nephewof .
and daughter Free Use Our Budget Plan Phone 151
Atlanta Delivery
" weekend In Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Martin of Plan CelebrationOf
the late W. N. Johnson.
Mary Lu, of Palatka, spent the
There they will visit Mr Lawtey. Is a Senior student In the
weekend here visiting Mrs. Varna- Mra. G. M. Bedenbaugh of Tallahassee Golden
cousins, Mr and Mrs Elementary Education WeddingMr. l tann i xtvi
!'f', Depart. doe's brother, W. P. Smith, who it was the weekend guest of L

"ti Moore Edwards, and alsond ment at Taylor University. Upland \ill in North Florida Clinic.SO her daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. H. Courtmaoch Beautiful Walnut Finish .

the Florida-Georgia Tech Ind. She Is active there In the / Xmas Card Itnl.rlnt..1ith James C. Hobbs. formerly of SUrke ;will celebrate .
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!Mil game on Saturday. < Thalonlan Literary Society and the your name $1. Hollywood I'hoto- Mrs. Helen Marshall and" daughter their Golden Wedding Anniversary 3PIECEBedroom

:1. E. K. Ferryman spent Tues. Ambassadors for Christ. grapher & Jeueli'r. tf Debra of Ocala were guests on Friday. October 8. In their j

In, Jacksonville, John Martin Smith of Alva, S.C Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns of Mra. Frazier Shaw last Satur home at 1332 Main Street Jack- cis ,

:% W, L Blair and Miss Amy spent several days here last weekas Mrs. J. W. sonvllle. All friends
Klncaid. Mrs. A. C are Invited __
returned last week from a guest of his cousins Mrs. W. day.Mr. to __::.::. J'I
nm Durden, and Mr. and Mrs. 0 .L. and Mrs. B. E. Simmons of Join Mr. and Mrs. Courtmnnch
th'. motor trip to Bl: Dorado N. Johnson and Mrs. Gladys Nun Beaaley attended the Graham. Alameda Calif., the parents of and their daughter Miss Anita .1 I

where they were Joined by nery. While here they visited Silver Strlngfellow wedding and recep- Rev. B. E. Simmons and Miss Courtmanch In the celebration of Suits

Blair't son-in-law and daugh. Springs and St. Augustine. tion In Gainesville Wednesday Betty Van Camp also of Alamedathe this event. -. ,-. "C,. '

Mr. and Mrs. J. Dorr Smith 12 ft. Armstrong linoleum and evening. sister of Mrs. Simmons visitedat \ \ h ,
..
I. .
drove on to Casper. Wyo Congotaunt... Floral and tile pattern Miss Thelma Green will spend the Episcopal rectory during the Kla-aili: .! >",.rirrult.,111.1 ('I.Court.1t In Of florlda \ \ : 50

1 I. in Casper they visited Mr. .*. Hart Furniture ('o. the weekend with her aunt. Mrs past ;week. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons ......U..... ('ceI.sy. I, C .h.iiY."rri Fur \ 89
McCann and alsc Mrs. Mamie Johns and I J"1" "'"""ft Wianda. It. Plain. ', ,,
Hn Donald son Erma Creech in St. Augustine. left last Friday on their return tiff I'lvV.'Irff'' U. tlh"nd... letend- 'I. ,, t

:td Yellowstone National Park Robert spent the weekend In Jasper I Mrs. Dave Swlndel. of Lakeland trip driving by way of Mu.. --- :,,
ntl'MOM
''e In the West. with her son-in-law and daughter visited her brothers and families Louisiana Texas and Arizona. .. ....." aan.* Cit TO'"."AfPKtll elsie *" I"lorl' '
linoleum and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth: Smith. da '1'0'UIAdvA 54.0 this nice milt Make your
Armstrong I' the M. L., Ewell J. T. and H. A. Miss Van Camp left Wednesdayto .
Floral and tile pat- Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. J. W. n. Shnni1". a non-realdtnt. of
Dfeini.
Luwsons,, a few days this week visit in Minnesota before returning the mat, .r Kli.rlda.. but who room Iximtlfiil
Hart Furniture Co. Kincaid and Mrs. O. L. Beasley I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Calkins of home. resident. \Vanhington' nuir.l la of a r

r. and Mrs. Robert Green and will be'guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. I Ormond Beach were overnight Mra. J. C. Turlington of Auburn- "olu"'hl.ttn>\ Street.I I... \Northeast?.AL residing, at IU .
Wainlng-ton, - .
,htera Gayle and Marlon visit. C. Hoppe In Tampa this weekend. guests of the Hans T. Walker dale was an overnight guest of Mr. J.e. .

,rst Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese Guests this week of Judge and, Thursday night of last week.Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Jt I. h..oby or.l..r..d. ihat you are 8<>o thin' all purpoM, all plastic
r"'IIII..d to SOFA BEDS '
!ontgomery Ala. from Thurs- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins were Mrs. John I and Mrs. J. R. Kite attendedthe Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong NuveiI.r' AD.oN.ar lOll 011), the Iefore 81h the day ah.ve of- IIEKLOlK :)tlo

to Sunday of last week. Love Wilkes, Mr. and Mrs. Edward few In thl mulled t'l.urt :In said cauce. .
spent a days Mlcanopy as .
Crosley Appliance Show. banquet rsllreI I ,, I law, t,, tie' (' ', blM'rh Color Si ]). ..Icn*
r, and Mrs.[ W. G. Baxter of Edwards and Mrs. Jack 'I and floor show at the Shera. week where they attended the funeral filed aa-aliiHt: you and ahulci an you ROCKER & OH ;

jonvllle were weekend visit- Briggs of Jacksonville.Mrs. I': of Mrs. Z. C. Herlong. llti your HiM>iran' ,'. un. "I Regular 89.50 Value
ton Plaza
hotel at Beach with T""I
i"he
Daytona l..rk' C..S ?
of I"ii'" ( I
ifMrt. Baxter's mother Mrs F. H. Long Is visiting h'r Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Vickers spent Wednesday ..t. the Court HOIIH at Hlarke. KIM.c.il .., Makes a antic. by iluy-a lx>
t Lewis and the Ovid Lewises son-in-law and daughter, Dr and. R. In Jacksonville.Mrs. ', are I lhn herel.y 1".1..1, and 1''.- ((3)) (' "b CluUr! K4Kty to clean-Uouble unit ,
H. Sterna Jr. iliilrvd
and to
son "rvo
two families spent Suiday In Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll Jacksonville i Reginald of St. Petersburg, will C. Williams has return to I the Complaint a; copy I of for your dlvon,' Anawer klilpinrnt Just! In. conotruction. Built for durability anil romfort. !

i this week. I a. may IIH flied, m. I ihl. ceo... by .
tone Heights. be the weekend guess of Mr. and. ed to her home In Tampa after a iiimn. Uarton r I Mr.uirla.. Plaintiff I I y.uui*
three weeks' visit here with her Solicitor In the al.ove entitled. cause !MAI.K HAVK: 95 f
Mrs. O. J. Edwards Jr.
I brother-in-law ft1"' tout. w"oe.* .adilreaa l I. 103 I 6950 HA Ml' 89 mien! :
Miss Evelyn Stump and Mrs and slater Mr. and North Main street, flnineiivllle, "'...1'. FIIICK $20!
Every Branch of Mrs. L. D. Green. liln. on or before 'h. n.h ...v ,,Ctiu :f
Blanche Vandivlere of Bay Pines .November.; A.JJ. !I 19Hl(.,: .and ii' the
returned last week from a ten-day Miss Mary Elizabeth Mitchell vent of fallnrn, to ril., an Appear"
and Miss Nell anon or an An wer a* reiiulred tier-: .
INSURANCEH. trip to New Orleans where they .Lestf'r.both Qf, 'In aad. 'In rieCaulb. theieof'
I
tpev" t
accompanied Mrs. Vandlvlere's Tallahassee were guests'Wednrsday llvelvi a ni and Thursday of Miss Mltchell' DJ entered acvlnnt. you for elihei. Denmark Furniture Co.
son Pitner, to Tulane University.Mr of such failure by you to fit* ..n
.
brother Rev.
.and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff, Jr., and sister-in-law Appearanr and or an Annwar. foi
l tie relief. demanded 'In the Pnmplitlnt.
and Mrs. T. O. Mitchell. -
are attending the General Electric I FKKE, DELIVERY: USE OUR IIUIHJET(: PLAN PHONE 151
C.C WALL AGENCY That
Sales the noture
college' at a "Home Demon- of Ihe milt aa
flleil M for a dlvori-e, uhereln the :1
stration Course" this week in : PTA Meets Oct. 1 10 1'lHlnllfr seeks a divorce from you

PLEASE PHONE 146 Tampa.Oil I lha fi Ix-fenditnl.' OlnilvH. I". Klmn" .:

and Mood heaters, all sizes. There will be a meeting of the "A That Vlticulo. the ,abov MMtrlninnll"entitled.. cause wa .

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- at Hart I'nrniliirc ('". Starke Parent-Teacher Assocla InKtltnted, th* tOlKhth .111"11..11'1.I
Ion Oct. 10 at cult. In and for IlraiKonl' 1'iiunty. In
Tuesday night
4
Mr and Mrs. Hans T. Walker Chancery at Btaike, Florida' anil
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl) 8 o'clock. that Ihn title tit lh. ran In ..luniejiHtafford ,

___ ___ __ .._ __ -I Freeman in Ocala Tupsday.Mrs. The program will be under the Olmlya H.HhanilM' 140. hnd.' .. II Iiefendant., l-lnlntlff v*. 44k'!I,

Y. A. Harris and Pat Mo- direction of Mrs. T. K. McClane I It l i's further .ordi-reil' that Ihleillre
.
i ( In Appear anillor Order ahallpubllKhed
Jr. chairman of and there
health
,
iI Griff of Gainesville, visited the 10. once each week for

-- __ __ ___.._.__ __ .. -I G. J. McGrlff and R. A. Green will be a guest speaker. four Bradford. (4 I nnecutlve County Teleirraph week In,. the '
newspaper
The meeting will be held in the
families Sunday. publlHlieil I In llraclfiird (Bounty I Never It-U-Y Before You T-K-Y
PIO MIK1 A 55nvcIl-IN MOVING A HAULING of any klnil 1. BHS cafeteria. Klorliln.: and that. Bald : l lof i's,
.rntlitn (rrylrr. Phon 164IkIpv See Hilly Jackson Jackson Trans! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and .a .itenvral rlrrulatlon newspaper and' publlehed -
Klrrfrtv B.rvlc.. tHinioi r for Co., Ph. 188 or 49W. I t:! daughter, Marian spent the weekend In ald (Bounty, and HtatVltneea *.
\ my hand and offlrlal peal
SINGER SEWINO: MAClflNE! CO I.. In Montgomery Ala., with Mr Beta Sigma PhiThe of aald Court this tth diiy, of iclo-
III _IIEP\IIIEPI 402 N. Marion St Lake City Flo' Green's brother-in-law and sister her, A l I.. 19(0 at ",y office In the

..i>hlP"lnkr.hn....*.All_ .Modvli.........ldfini. for'Ini Machine NEW and. VSED Reasonable Klnic monthly r Sew,..::1 i Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese. Gamma Theta Chapter of Court.Hradford. Holla County In ,the Klorldil.c'ltv, of Bnirke. ETZEUT'SUPERSTORES.
I
('. RiiFPiiuim terms and epeclal I Quarterly Beta Sigma Phi will hold its bimonthly A. J. ThomaM, Clerk of the Or-
Mr. .and Mrs. J. F. Colson of
)naUun. I'It.' ..... ,Pfe. 239 Semi-Annual. ', .and Annual term ; cult (Court Kla-hth Judicial clrrult.
for farmer Come In to see u a Ocala spent Friday here with Mr.Colson's meeting Monday even- In and for Itruilford County. iriorldit,
or phone ItO or writ. u* or fri,C mother Mrs. Annie Col- Ing Oct. 9, at .o'clock at the In Chancery. '
.RG i\ii 1'1 t:1IF.P.0.01. demonatratloni. In your horn.*. Crosby, pcputy Clerk
home of Mrs. Jean Thomas at Rnr.r"n":
'IIIO.pH4)O.IIApf5. a t C T. iiirlaH, Hitllrltor::I; for .
''''RT,"$''':". uav.i.t..dt son.Recent Kingsley Lake.Cohostess plaintiff 101 North Main streetiifly.viIi.
'HARLES C. 8HKPHERD noSES.-guaranteed. to live am.; guests of Mrs. W. N will be Mrs. Margaret ( : .. Fla. 10,4, 41 IlilIT( |
'n ft Madl on St... Stark bloom. AAR.S Winner. from thi,0 Johnson and Mrs. Gladys Nun -.
outh'. largest grower of patented ; nery were nev. and Mra. 3. Williamson !- Scruggs. All members are urgedto >..TI. HTo
'ALE'Royal ... roe. Writ. now for n'w, fill, be r' Whom It May ConcerniThis
d k model present.
type' of Cold Pa. Mrs la to that I have filed
certify
TYTRSTEXAS C Springs .
"MS Ini-h ,0101' free 'AloK.
rarrlae. A.I COfl'on. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK
U5 cn.h. Trm. SP. A NUEuO1tRIES. POX 632 TYLER2i E. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. J.
'D'II t .l Bradford County T.l dh'ALE ., !. I. Gordon of River View S. C., B., TIIKHK: MANY MORE (;IUH'EKY.i :MK.\T SI'ECA1j4SEi'i lAX I'.APKKH

85-ft. 1944 Tatum and Mills June Cruford. of
FOR SALR-Platt trailer .. .
model. Excellent condition, hal .n u cIaJtTiI
W"uhl. "Chevrolet make tton nlc. truck travelled. little. Must sacrificeNew ':I i Gainesville and Harold jonnsor 10 It 1itkfl PRICES GOOD Til
pulp.
4; H'lO.' Htark lea ComI deck, platform! :. rocker,enaclibar full I ; of the U. S. Navy Base at diaries ROUGH SATURDAY. OCTOBER 7th
.
cue l '! Sea I mattren new C.'I .
A itool, blind" cocktail! chairNo 'j I ton S. .
Kcratche anywhere. PutaneKan. $lO off on all slimmer milt a'h'arez' '
'"RENT' Furnlnhed. home on -! Excellent fnr Ftnall family'I, Dedicated To Community Service IlKISKET CALIFORNIA NEW PACK
; .\ Store.
a I .r..r.oak'! si.lrunk Feed & Roy Slarquette.. Plnehur Motor "Movl Are letter Than Ever"
'
ito (Court Starke, Fla. lit Mrs. M. C. Wells and Mrs

TP.n'ratlon M I-n nr woman for d..m- FOR BALK: High .Termination. Lu.. { Shellle Hall and daughter Mis Beef Stew Mackeral29c
r1p work.. Permanent.. Good pine seed So per pound l'en acolaIlahla Sharon were shopping In Jack,-

'"'.lIn.n. Fin.'.ary. Writ.4tp Ho*10-2u lov'AGE .... B5u. Z. W. Hamilton, 2'rook-:loeFOR vllle Monday.Mrs. Saturday, Oct. 7 ONLY Tue*. & "' ...., Oct. 10 & 11 I

W. A. Patton of Ocala
FOR RENT: r a rm. and .apartment with DOUBLE FK.VTURKBeyond TALL
.1. ;" ?ulpped.' | REST: 3-room formerly of Starke visited friend
:"' .. Newly- dro"h gut. A Frlirldalre. Mr Tucker. 420 lb. 29c 2
RtMi. Nat; Williams, 4nsItP R. South "t. Ph. 15.-T 2110eFOR here this week and was the guest CANSAItMOUIL'S

509 linear ft. IInclll.l- of Mrs. Jim Harold. the
SALE: I
Ii billfold' HlmulatodTJi. \\rtir 4 gates) ornamental. gal.vanl.ed -' .Mr. and Mrs. A. D Crosby are '
.U
or ln vicinity of all 'I
wire fence and poet PANt
4 .. U Oxford, Colo., for four or five CANNEDCorned
reward for not,.) condition 'lfl. F II. Car- In :
j;,A Ml M. I!'. Sutton Wal. radlne. T.nwtev. Fin It months for Mr. Crosby' health. Purple Hills
e
.'ov* Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden and ,
,
'AI.F. FOR SALE: A iia.,1 rang Pure Lard
., lir,On.a''"1 hOUM out; ,8xjo.1,00 ft Boodi oflit .burn and wood kettle or 1 coal ran 110 With seen I iron at family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom I Starring: Gene Autry .,. lCsrRlow:: Beef
pot .
;: !i T4'-':i 10 14 ft. ,, '* Store: near' Stark cn n oi., Stanley and family all of Jacksonville
I f1 long; corn. ltpwie
h weekend

4'': tw0''ndIUron"KnO-chl.\c'I : 30\ .nod oil broo.h'u.cypress'. HIlT preC\SS: every day atm&rket guest. of Mr.Beach and Mrs.were S. R. Johns PLUS PIu' Latent. World XII I'Sco.n /; lb. 19c 29c

I '"' 'hlrk.: 1011 nf f.ed.rs. price.. N" lola too large. and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch at pkg.
""III te large h.n.: none to mall We !have t plentyof .
'k ti'": heater,. ... cood: on. FERTILIZER wl'.00./1/ *.. InROOCOl.1. Kingsley Lake. I'4nap..hnt"Thurs. .
/'I on ..
lIac. .kln. chair;; an.l a ? Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jackson On the Isle
ft. .
"
I 0. -ft. Stave] Inaectlrlde W* have **'
\, rt rhlcken wire: on* eel of all kinds; seed oat. rye and son David. of Jacksonville ,
I ,,I;: \Vei'A-/'n.**'"' hot hvdraullo. Jark I and bitter lupineTA 4 .I"! !. ,!if.swe.t spent the weekend with Mr. Jackson'
i a. wat.r tank I Brownie*. 'P IO'IFOR of SamoaJon
ri? U".d (hottl. .a.I:: mother, Mrs. Carl Jackson & Fri., Oct. 12 & 13 Picnic Hams lb. 38cSETZER'S
''t' l It .1.' ni,.l. rana-e, I Cotta5e at KlnJll'AI." -
RE-T: : Sullivan, of
FOR ,
.lsed| Call 011h..t. Corp. H. B. (Dick ,
.. at I ,"iretuhatIrg
I. with beth,
Take
jyii>),.,, Rout.,! I Apply Mr.. J. M )flt.h.II.1] Fort Jackson, S. C., was home Hall,, Susan Cabot
I"!! "Lak. ". S
mt.I
I r W. MA".nn' 101 1tfl1
302
with his
.weekend family.
for the
I >rih for flreen
r > Aim Chap. 12 "Kin* of Ruckrt- ... TASTYCheddar
18, Ur by Merritt.1 SALE: iculating nil heater: Mrs. C. M. Hudson of Jacksonville -

'! ltp1 rbinet eRie .o"el' hater. h..r am.. II: spent a few day. this week nM-n" & "Fox: Hunt" Cartoon v,? 7 PA1ICI

.\R, flN'01 t NEAR: TI wand g55 h..r.. h.at.r. :ApplY Ie.ro.-n")1.... I )1MIl.h..lI. with her sister Mrs. Ida George GARFiELD i COFFEEIb.bag Cheese
<1fun Ilk. n.nw 102 v )fAdl."nl1! Itpo NEAi
,,.i. rk guaranteed I. who has been 111. .
I r, i dlicard'd I IflTtMOt Chart and Bubba Redgrave of Sun. ,
A. Fowler.'' : r.APJ ;; branched
Oun- 'i'1\k\: .
1. 'X 41. BrooKer I well-root-d.& .4 t.. ln"..... IOn Jacksonville visited their father, :mREAKING ;

-I.U- tip inltf( a far n.S25 plantS. for,.5: a$2 ibsen.Camellia.iaPnnlcas 00. 5to John II. Redgrave, over the week- 69c lb. 35c f
III Inch piante. II ,
Chevrolet t'door I :. ..nl"? to .
10' i ruhhep. -,.c.llFhon. ... IS cents ...srh P1'LVP.f\F.RF1: \- end.Among those attending the JIOINTw=-
.
-}:..-' ., 2 DrieS R. "'Ar.FOAn"E: 14 Nt.'RSERYj Foster Memorial dedica-
Fin Stephen HILLSDALE HAWAIIAN T
-- Karleton I MOTHERS BEST
."p''f ""'n''ed' | .cot .d..n.. A-I tion at Whit Springs Wednesdaywere '
.rm. .
'0',iI: ""'d porch. *!*..- FOR PALE: 1431 pdg"* Inn. Kd.' IA1) Mrs. Ara Moitt. Lex Green WITH 1 ----- -- -- I
T. .f..t"' ... I condition. Pins Trj Starke III' Sr., : ( PINEAPPLENo. Grits
4 .h.a lnf. Mr. 3. ii on. mil south Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng Tyrone I'ower JUKtVAlD MICHAU CURTU ( I or Meal .
1ra411,.n St. Itpmm h..r..m 'nitArS. ""- Judge A. Z. Adkirui O. I* Fatten,
FOR nPNT: : Orson Welles
1" '...."."h..... Hnt r"I.I -- Phii. 11" Mrs. Pauline Torode Perry New- Also ala the Driver Scat" Sport'

I LF'k. Earl!Onernmr: flatten at I ..? or 4t-W. some. Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- Cecile AubryFlu Short "ttfUtt Late Than '

Stark* on Ht. looRKNTi : p pvn FOR RE T' Furnr..1" Srnnmhnnee. {to man Rev. and Mr U A. Shepherd 2 Can 25c 5 lb. 29c
t' AUtO ,5-ri", .t "tm.n' Lat_t World NewDark- .
apartt.. 'fl'. .... fur- L. D. Green Mrs. J. B. Cot- Cartoon r'.1

: t larc.i two nl.he-1 I-rm.Clohiirch ... a T',,n,, .tor.P. .1 trel Mrs. Henrietta Hunt and Mrs. 'lag Vogi Don't Flta" Cartoon
A ::0.
\ .
.. water t ml. <- AnrEt .
Ma-bwar. 'I .t.. Hr.ifcr .1'1 s Kit'ton. A. F. Sauls.
>". tllcox'a. lipi H I.MF '






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OCT 6- 1950


&i PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDAFARMER'S FlUDA l'
Ot
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''he T- OP FLOHII TO'I I Esther O. Kats, whose residence I I5IB1 II I Maebell
buy It at a determined price.It gets comfortable some troublesome J sons of Hellbronn; Mrs. Llm>. Charles Appear. K.IIT.1I.T"1 Leo"".. who. residencesnd Bowrroft Avenue, Apt. 4, LoAnaelei 5 nd addre D.,,> .. I,,
seems to us that there is a animal will break out or brough of Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. L, addre,.. )I.: 84 Houth South Collna. .,/ < California: Annl"ton, Ah,' I'IU.,.
You are required to appear on I
Atiantic
807 Ynu
possibility in raising broccoli and I something else will happen. What A. Crosby and children of Sunny', City Avenue New Jersey Apartment' : October 16th 1950, In the above hiO0t0.r are 16t, r i:.:- 'd

making a fair amoun.t of money are we kicking about? Well we'renot brook. You are required to appear on October named Court and cause, Wherein I Court? ,

DIARY out of It. kicking, but. man alive, w< Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae were, 80th ami i 1H60. In wherein the nbov plaintiff named County plaintiff:: Telegraph seeks' ::: fi"pull..ahd: this I ,County plaintiff Tel"II'seal,,, I
cauHe, '
a a a really get .weary some times! visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Con- Court seeks divorce. Bradford County Order In next four weekly Issues. Order i In flat' ,1'Vitnes5
Witness hand and official
By Sam McGarvey' Had our television set workingon I a I ners in Jacksonville, Thursday 01 r Teleirraph shall publish this. Order at Stark my Florida, this September13th seal at' Sla"ke.. n, "a.
In liszt four w..kly I"WltneNH ""'" 10'1 :
the first day that the co-axial Richard Bennett for example last week and were accompanied mv hand and official sealat 1950.OFFICIAL.. 13th. I960OFFICIAL
The author u'111 be glad to receive this September' ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1 ( ,
Florida
brought his sow here to be bred home by their daughter-in-law Htarke. -u
Item of interest' ronrrrn- cable was connected and saw an As Clerk of. said Court
He took her back home but twc Mrs. J. E. McRae who had been I (OFFlc"lAnr. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Bv Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk By Haven ,' I
_ Ing the activities of farmer In exciting football game a moving nights later she broke out i the Conners. A.. Clerk of ..ald Court William n. Moro-an-Flfth Floor T. F.-ank ,... ,t
again visiting
Clerk Clark Building-. Jacksonville Fla Attyi.
Bradford for
County. Suggestions maybe rfy Haven CroHl, Deputy Pit 'IIIn
picture .the Louis-Charles boxing and he bad to chase her all over T. Frank Landrum. Starke., Florida Attys. for Fit 916| 4t 106MOTICH |
left at the Telegraph office or !I _, UI2 U 10120 ("irrult ....
match. and a variety all Bradford County, before he Atty for lit ( .rl.
mailed to Sam McQarvey Lawtey program finally ADDRESSESOF OH- ELECTION 1"1"1'10110 I ,. IIr".""..
Florida. in one day. It was just as we had got her penned up. We're learn I In Clrctilt Court. Ilradford CountyKlnrldni Bradford County of the State: of Dorothy. All.)", ", ''',''".".".>,
.
I .
Florida: v Alfred .
INTERESTMrs. In ('hasus'ery.Joy TOrder p
Imagined farm life would be with ing that a hog l Is a contrary thing! Foster Greens, Plaintiff vs Be It Known, that oIi R. A. C3RAYSirrotary Co,
Frailer W. Oreene, Defendant. of State the State ol i Of Publlcml.m, 'tSt
Have read about the good ro:I and side dress with "soda" as T.1K. modern conveniences, for televisIon C. E. Mattlx. 513 W. Cage No. 8083.. Florida do hereby five notice that Appe... M I-\ I": "* 4n4: oj"'
Order ffll r..hllr..I..n l And WirtU TAppear. a Alfred .1'. Bai V'I""II
suits obtained in feeding APII' McClane suggested and maybewe brings a world of entertain. Roosevelt, Harlingen Texas. 1'1'1'11.1 OK FMHU">> TOFraaler GENERAL. EJECTION and address u. ..
B-l will be able to put ears on ment Into your 'home. and after STATE FARMBy Capt. J. A. Scanlan TQMD; APO 'V. Greene, whose renldencIn Will be held In Bradford Counter r.
Factor f.,1
Animal Protein ) or Oot
( 121 Newcomb !Slret SB.. Washington of the State of Florida on Tl..d"'yn"xt !P
the stalks. working hard all day a farmer'sfamily 1031, care postmaster San Fran. D.C.: succeeding the First MondayIn named Court '
to hogs and chickens so we November. A. D. the plaintiff WI' a,," h\
1950 .ahlTu..dnv (
S e SWell really needs entertainmentand Mm. Bryan Whltfleld clHco Calif. You are required to appear on OP seek l''

bought a two Ib. can which 1 I., Henrietta had her pigs contact with the outside world .- Doyle E. Conner 407 S. W. 13th tober 2Srd and 1950. In wherein the above plaintiff named rlKVENTH: heinz lAY the OP NOVEMBER : County.Uon 0'T..lorIlBp maid. :, wst\nd
Court
enough to fortify 1,000 Ib. of' and for a change right in the I Perhaps with television on the St, Gainesville Fla. necks divorce.cause Bradford Count For Two (2) Railroad and Public' Order |In nexl' vO.kl|
itttllttes? Commissioners of the Stateof Witness |r
the that we were will Nix Baby Dr. Thos. G. Rltch 2534B Riverside Telegraph ,shall publish\ this Order at Stark mv u I'' :,,' "fli,.
regular feed. from a mail order middle of day, so farm. more young people ;In next four weekly: UKUOK.Wltnem Florida. pi' .'
right there to dry them off antf! really want to live on farms, and Dr. and Mrs D. L. Nix announce Ave..' Jacksonville Fla. mv hand and official seal For United State Senator. lath 1860.OFFICIAL. ci I ,
house for $U.98..ccor tc birth the'r' For Representative of the See ( ..
the of September *
second child a at Starke )Florida this )
in Iodine. A' bee-line for Miss June 9430 Judd -
the label APF dip their navels not make a the high Caldwell ond Congressional District of the .
1950. \
the directions on 19th
be used along with plant or these were the first pigs of our ,wages (1)) and comforts (1)) of son in St. Vincent's Hospital Rd., care E. Wilt Willis Mich. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thnmo ,' ond State Congress of Florida In the Ela-hty-sec-".. T.By Frank Haven r'Attys '"h )

may tc from Big Red we were quite eXcited living In the city. We think one Jacksonville Tuesday Sept. 26 Sgt.V.. R. Edwards, Btry. B,; As Clerk. of paid' Court For One (1) )feM'b'.rUrIt': :.; .for rlf.n .
vegetable protein supplements Haven. Crosby, Deputy Clerk'
By
The has been named Dlllard of of the State of
baby Representatives
animal and even more so when we of the saddest things in the worldIs 13th F. A. Bn., APO 24, care post DIU 4t 10113 IN
the Florida.' Cirenit
supply necessary pro got ten pigs but three were born the often-repeated story of the Lafayette Nix, Jr. master, San Francisco Calif. For Two; ((2) County Commissioner FIpi,151. .10 Court"hnll".."'R...".,. I
as com Culinlr.Klorldnl
will llradford "
teln and save money In Circuit Court DistrictsNumber 2 A 4 '):
pare4 to using commercial meat dead. Inasmuch as Porky alsc folks who raise a family on a Rlvors-Croft. Wedding Wayne Edwards Montverde* In Cajaaerrr.Ilobert For Three (3) Members County Lu..rde.n v. John TRY'A. fJ.j If< '. pI'
meal. brought three dead pigs In her last farm work hard year after yearto Mr. and Mrs. John B. Riven School Montverde Fla. Bruce Tudor l Plaintiff Defend-, vs. Board of Publlo Instruction Districts 'If", )" .
scraps or fish Hits Aline Ilenault Tudor, Number I. 8, R Order "", I
litter as both Henrietta and build for the children's future ant. Case No. 80X8 of Pnbllrail. ,,,,.
Alice mixed 210] of one poundof tand announce their marriage in Kings In Circuit Curt Ilmilforil Cuunlr, Order nf P".tl..11. And "'....... To For Three ((3) Justices of the Appear ,MTtTK: 01.' SV1 X""
APF In hundred pound Porky were In the corn field toe only to have the young people .1 l and, Georgia Sunday, October 1 r'lorlilul' In Ckan. <>*rr. Appear. STVI'M OK, HHIIUU.* TOl Supreme Court of the State of John A. herring .c"/-ol"_ ,
the a Inclined to attribute: and turn their backs Jessie Rogers Plaintiff vs. Bert Rita Mine Renault Tudor whoseresidence FIOt aTESTTONY and address Is T n,
on
meal long we are grow up I Rev. Etheridge officiated at the \ WHEREOF; I Ion. South Car'I., 0 lii,
and pig 8R82 Mar I
of regular sow the stillborn pigs to that, However farming for city life. There wasa ir Hoid-rn. Defendant. Cane No. 807 and address Is: have hereunto set my hand and You are r<-i.,,:'
ceremony. Mrs. Rivers was the .' .. low. Avenue Notre Dome Da Grace, ...
and we are feealng the mixtureto Orclrr of ''''''1'.1. And Mode To affixed the Great Seal I of the Stateof October 16th.
we were surprised too tc song entitled: "How you gone Apprnr. UTATM Of Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada ,
latest batch of pigs. We 1 former Mrs. Wilma A. Croft of PI.OIIIMA TO :Florida at Tallahassee u..Jt named Court .o...'
our Ili-rt if. JtojerH. whose address In : :this ZCth day of ,
see that Henrlctta'e pigs were di- na keep them down on the farm Capital plaintiff seeks II- -
Mr. Rivers is of to
Auburn- on
You
Lawtey. are required appear
want to how heavy we can get unknown and whose last known i A. I). 1950.OFFICIAL. atlon of tnt
see of vided in color-about half of them I after they've seen Paree." Now dale and Raiford and is the brother HlldrMHH' wa. _Ulltml___m'. "_ .,._,..OdQ'..._. tober 23rd an4 1950. In the above uc'1 ( SEAL) *l. A. Gray County Teleg-rapt maid 'mu Sr
them at weaning eight Court wherein plaintiff hull
age
all red and the others had some of with modern conveniences farm of Mrs. C. :D. Sellers and of Mrs You are required to appear on I Keeki divorce.cause Bradford County Secretary of State this Order In n. '"' .ou I
weeks. A neighbor heard about riciol.cr. 30th 19 Go, In the above t The Bradford County Telenraph.Bradford Issues.
APF so we let him have some' to their mammy Spotted Poland life Is the. IDEAL, life. P.' S. Crews of .the State Farm' tmmi'd Court and can**, whrrtfn: In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish I" Isaue this. Order County. 9115 4t 108n | WItness my luau,. .IiQ )fII'l.

boost his pigs along as he Is trying 'China markings. But-seven... Is not.. e e aCan't Mrs. Sellers attended the weddingThe ounty plaintIff: seek- plh'fl.PU Bradford, thin L u Wltne mv hand and official seal Circuit Conrt.-Bradford Cenntr, at Starke i.f.OFFICIAL.. 'Io.hla 'h113th S'PI

hard to beat another too bad for a gilt and iney are auas brag about a thing grow. couple will be at home tc Ur'lnr In next four weekly tnsu0B. 21 at>t.Slarke 1050.OFFICIAL., Florida this September Klortdm In Chnnerrr.Allle ( SEA I. A J. 5u
very fat a little butter balls. lag except that' Alice does havea their friends in Lawtey. WItness! my hand and official seal ( SEAt) A. J. Thomas I Dever, Plaintiff, vs. Maebelllever. A. SflffiE Iorl i< ,r 1.4'
neighbor's litter. at smrke, Forlda, this Heptombor Defendant. Case No. 80TS By Haven
As Clerk of said Court D.putr
S S row of Irish potatoes that have Publication And Kforlee ToApprnr. l' Frank
a C I 21.t. 1060.OFFICIAL By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk Order Of r.andl'I"'- 0ttk. F
Early our 20-day premature almost come along well. Others around Community Club MeetingAt ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas T. Frank I..ndrum. Starke, Florida STATK.OK:, FLORIIlt TOl Atty..for P1f.VIEToPHONE 9:11: .
We gathered the corn still left An Clerk of mild Court Attys, for fit. 8123| 4t 10113
here have had lot of seed
Holstein heifer, is a potatoes Haven
purebred ly Crosby
In our corn Held after a few last week's regular meetingof Deputy Clerk
to rot in the ground.' 11. O. Brown Starke. Florida, In Circuit Court. Bradford County
months of letting the hogs Ir coming along fine due to our glv- C I the Community Club officer Atty for Pit. 8129| 4t 10120 Florldm In (.10.......,..
and some for feed decided for the nomlnaed J. E. Rose. Plaintiff v.. Beryl T.
picking Alice ensuing were
there 'her vitamins. year
/
Ing ; Circuit
Planted another ten 500 foot n Cimrt. Ilmd'ord County. Rose Defendant. Case. No. 8085
other animals. Used the tractor and elected follows Florida> 1m ....
as
for trouble with (she : presl- lhanrrrr.ora Order of Publication And %0. ToAppenr.
Early
that the rows of beans. The first *
In the snap < Io'r.nkel.! Plaintiff v.. Allenrankel HTATK OP. FI.OHIUV TOlBuryle 189 *-
with box suspended dent Mrs. R. P. McLendon first
a was so wobbly that she could planting Is very spotty and we can ; r>f>f.*ndant. Cane No. 8065 T. Rose whose place of residence -
back and Alice drove the tractor hardly stand and each day she expect little from It. vice-president, Mrs. L. F. Chap- Orilrr of Publication And Notice To, Is unknown, but !In believedand State Roads 100 & 200
'
Apcnr. HTATH OF ;
Fl.tlHIItA "0. United to he Beryl T. Rose clo
and Sam picked one row, then we nursed less and grew more feeble) / a a Shad man; second vice-president Mrs,., AII.n Frankel, Whose residence and Oscar T. Tompkins, Fltspatrlck Bullock STARIE FLORIDA
witched. 'Slow work, but we got D. Sr. Mrs ddrenn In 25 Central Park ,
she had not received her P. Fancher ; secretary Wait, County State of Alabama:
that another
the was drenching rain this : New York City, New : You are required' to appear on October OPEN 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M.
it done finally. Bagged corn H. M. Rlcharde and treasurerMrs. :
mammy's first milk-called colo- week. along with cooler. cloudy ; You are required to a"u r on Ocobvr 28rd 1950 In the above named
and have it In our feed shed and vltamlnind H. O. Bates. lUth., 1950, In the uliove named Court and: cause, wherein plaintiff
strum, which contains weather. If we were still up In (nurt. and cause wherein plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelelfralh .
now It will be a race between wand to the The meeting was presided over i-eks divorce. Bradford
shall this
minerals. By referring New Jersey we would expect the County publish Orderin
the weevils to see who can use learned by Mrs. L. A. Dugger first vice! ;elHKraph': shall ey"I\u: \ : this Order next four weekly Insues. Pure Tires Tubes Batteries
1942 USDA Yearbook ;we raw windy wet weather about in nvxt four Witness mv hand and official seal ,
it first. Noticed In picking the the potency of vitamins needed now. with cooler and coolerweather president. Upon completion of Wltnemi mv hand and official Oral at Starke, Florida this September. And Accessories
corn that we had almost a per. business a social hour was enJoyed. at StarkD, Florida this September. 21t. 1960.OFFICIAL.
and obtained them at a drug until the first frosts In Dlh 19CO. ( SEAL,) A. J. ThomasAs .
fect stand of stalks; next year we store. (Early Alice and Sam October then snow late in November Mrs. W. Q. Strlngfellow and (OFFICIAL PKAt.) A. J. Thomas Clerk of said Court .I .
,are going to fertilize more heavily Irs. ,Bryan Whltfleld were hostesses A. Clerk of said Court Bv Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk
take day now.At) first and then cold bitter freeze Ry Haven Crosby .
one every Deputy, Clark T Cook. Attorney at Law Bun- Let us SIL-I-KLEEN
S ... Alice the calf 25,000 units of ing cold. snow sleet Ice, slush and served sandwiches .and T. frank I.nndrum .Starke. Florida nell' Florida.Altys. your car
gave
cookies and coffee., .ltyR. for fit. 9t5| 4t 1016 l ln fur 1-lf. 9122 It 1013| by the new Silicone process The newway'
with the
Vitamin "A" dully along and rawjbltlng fog all through the .
A '. rlrrnlt' Conrt. llrRilforil ..bnt,., 'n Circuit Court. Ilratlforil Count. to lasting car beauty. $7.50
PHONE 218 multiple vitamins (containing winter. Here we look ahead tc ('lib Scouts' Itrwmie Meetings .. 'lorl..lni In ('hnnoerj.th Florida' In ('hna..r,..
B-complex, C. D, and others) but perhap six or eight "freezes" when During the week the State Farm )': .-l Mnudi l.c.-d.-. Plaintiff vs .lull,,,, J. Katl. Plaintiff v... Esther 0 WATERPROOF O Corrosion Resistant |
(hnrloa I';. Leedit, Defendant. ,, O Kati. fl.fenlssnt. Case No. 8070
COLONIALFLORIST after a few days omitted the large I the temperature will drop near or I'I Cub Scouts have been busy with ('nR" No. SOHi ;I result has' Ori'r. of Pul.llintloniil ..'
dosage of "A. The below freezing., but many, many lan-maklng for their year's work .Notlfe I. r\TIO l> KI.OHIM1 Totir.

been almost a miracle. The calf beautiful warm days throughout
I I Wednesday afternoon they met at ---.
grew stronger and .larger dally the winter months. Guess we've the home of the present Den I I

she nursed more and more vIgor. said before that we like the climate Mother, Mrs. R. P. McLendon 414u

ously, and at the time of writingthe here In Florida very much.a Those* In the Den are Joe and I
dis e S ,
"wobbles" have entirely
FLOWERS Steve Hardin Henry Rlcharde _ l
appeared. Of course we have our When one of Henriettas litter of Brian Kucera Sonny McLendon I __ ttJr. '

FOR ALL, OCCASIONS fingers crossed, as we can still seven fat little pigs disappeared Franklin Rftch and Richard Mose-

lose Early, but It looks at this we were angry: and upset) but when ley. Thursday evening they at.

time as though she will come a- two nights later the'snmo thing tended a Pack meeting In Stcrke I

long very well. thanks to the Year- happened again we were almost On that occasion a number of the _ I -


diagnosis of the trouble. look for "signs" but we found of their vacation activities. Wbik 1

S SHad none and concluded that a wildcat for the month will center around _

DISH GARDENS an Interesting talk with L. or fox had gotten them. We their chosen Indian theme. ; m __ -,

Q. Owens. representing the South sat up one1 night waiting for the 'T ,

POTTERY land Frozen Foods about growing "varmlt" to try another kill but Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Hubrecht -- 1r

POTrED'PLANTS broccoli: As a result we mayif the wind was in the wrong direction formerly of Daytona Beach are aHI '

( we can get the land ready in and as nothing happenedbut new Farm residents. They are residing .

FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE time) plant 10 acres of it. We some rain we left the pigs unguarded in the upstairs apartmentIn __

think we are aware of some of the except for an old jacket the Griner home. Mr. Hubrecht 1/ u

difficulties .which will be encount. which Sam left draped over one is an attache of the Identification -. u

Nona at Stark ered. but we are sold on it as a I wall of the pen (we had been told Department. They had as their '

,. crop for the very' good reason thata that the "man's smell" of clothing guest Sunday night and Monday
"
: :LT _'- ;." buyer will sign a contract t4t would keep, wild animals away- Mrs. Hubrecht's mother, Mrs. T.

Guess it worked for we have lost F. Bowen of Daytona Beach.

no more pigs but when Henrietta Mr. and Mrs. 3. ?\t. Bradley

R.B.ALVAREZ&SON TRANSFER AND discovered the jacket she tore it spent the past weekend in Jacksonville .

STORAGE CO. to bits. Anyhow we have but five as visitors of Mr. and Mrs UM-U-'!

pigs left in the litter and we get Vance Geiger Mr, anj Mrs. Reese

4tii ..--: #-. -. : .We local' mad every time we think of the Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmlc (
;;; : .:..""" .. operate "varmlt." _
ss::: .. .'. ..Ss long distance a Sc Bradley.
.1ttlt... \' .8"AlV AU e;SOli j In U. S. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long enter. '
-, j .... .._... anwhero On built .
r-- .... 1" \ ',.1.l .A a rainy day we some tamed as their dinner guests Sun- u _
'
Ji' t e.<...MOVING. ..--.- shelves for Alice in the kitchen day Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Long and ', ., N >
: '
5II! ; EXCEIJLENT Now that we have the living room their little daughter Mary Ann of b.-.

kr:: and bathroom just about completed Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice _
STORAGE! we are now working on the Edwards Jr.
of Kingsley Lake.
kitchen and It 1 Is coming along and _ _
FACILITIES Mr. Mrs. R. W. Brannen a
pretty well. ,
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jack -
For S SIhave
Agents Nelson In Jacksonville last week-
half bushel of
a Engll

DelcherBros. peas which we are going to plant. end.Mr.
See first!
us and Mrs. Bob Barkley and<
Told a man about the peas and
he told us that down state they their children. Margo and Mike

have a lot of trouble with black and Miss Melba Strlngfellow all

birds and rice birds. Said that one of Jacksonville were supper guq'BuicktP
guests of Mr. and Mrs. \V. OStrlngfellow
has
big grower a lot of men armed

with shotguns out In the fields Monday.

ANNOUNCING OPENING to scare off the birds, and that In Monday evening Mr. and Mrs Better

one season they fired a carload\ of John Griner of Melrose and Miss

ammunition. And that they use Joy Griner of Gainesville were

Due to many requests from our old planes to dive bomb the birds with guests of Mrs. M. E. Griner.

sirens screaming.! Glad that we Mr. and Mrs. George Elston visited .

customers, we reopened our Cur don't have that many birds around relatives in Plant City and In

Plant'on here.larks In It Is bad enough with the Lakeland__Sunday! and Monday P.RIIAPS you've noticed that terful you feel,with Fireball power wheel-an J prices that start down
Ing time.
corn planting
Air. ana Airs.
S Eision now have a* there be
lot
to of
a a a their visitor Mr. Elston's grandmother seem a these purring away the miles, at a polite with the sixes.

Our chickens have skidded way, Mrs. Sara Barkley of brawny beauties running around touch of your toe on the gas treadle. Seems like almost everyone wants

OCTOBER 1st off in egg production and we are Plant City.PINE. on America's highways 7' and it. and!
Buicks
,: waiting for them to pick up again isn't just that boldly gleaming (ore- Find out how the jolts and jars to own one of these ?

It looks as though we shouldn't front that spreads this impression. seem to disappear:,when you have most people can. How about you.Isn't

have wormed them. Next time It t isn't the fact big soft coil springs on all four it a smart idea to see your
just that f folks who
LEVELBy your
!
they get to laying we'll try nc wheels and fat low-pressure tires Buick dealer I now and get
,
Reduced Price own a Buick get such a
Special out
: more stunts like that. bang name on his list?
t2Vc Mrs.. on wide Safety-Ride rims.
II. M. McKae
a a aWe of it that they do a lot of driving

sold a yearling steer last Back of all this is another fact. It'sa Then there's Dynaflow Drive *
year for $120 and thought :we had Friends of the Rev. and Mrs.V ,

Per Pound done remarkably! well but one of E. Hall will be pleased to learn fact that contains a broad hint to which Buick owners vote the big- Oal.f1lCll..... p U510,.

our neighbors! George W. Smith that Mrs. Hall Is convalescing: nice anyone who'd like to know what's gest automotive hit that has come II ..... HIGNlh..cO:.. .... (
Palatka what in motorcar buys.1950 Buicks along I in ..d ,,"L .... .. f. .U11""'"
has put us to shame. He raised ly in a hospital following years. "olv..h.' .... ...VII.,
a bull calf up to five months anda an operation performed Friday of art breaking all past popularity records ,"_II I.. SUP.. _. ..) .." ..1, toP'"
..
With
&"
all this "
,43
Either Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure weight of 455 lb. and sold him. last week. as registered in sales. there's room, and I ,STYLING, with lIIunlOUUof S"I,"is" ,'

at the Farmer's Market at Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Myrick and comfort, and road-hugging heft I fS.dera. ,aA"IC-HAII.... gaag.g,
h.h .
Same Competent I Operators We Have Gainesville for $135. If that is his mother Mrs. Sue Myrlck attended Oo we suggest that you do some combined with a }light and willing ,.11 .....th ,., IXUt.WID', ..,..". st'S...r.d ail.' :I

not a record it should bel t ta the funeral services con personal investigating. response to your hand on the 'ersieat' ,.d ,UlelC .,,0',,.. 7
"
a a ducted in Orlando Saturday after. 'h....... .on ...._I II'
... .
Had For The Past Five Years Cut both corn fields and this noon for Mr. Spurlock the elder Find out, for example I how mastM SttmJari-eN SUPg5 M Ktuatumf.Sad 5icu .ssod.1.eptionai. at extra C- betwIe"....1".I.... Iafel1-Rlde. '.,...................'ub. _
"
.....t'
.
heavy rain on them Is just what Mrs. Myrlck'a sister-in-law.

we need to let the trash rot. But Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and
.I.HINT 1.JA-n.CH.ABC N._'. .,_
-"Med 0'0.' '
hope that the weather dries off children attended the birthday anniversary \0'01111,f"1'0 GlPATri yAWS ,
__
so that we can get! In there and celebration held for Mrs --- -

Also Private Lockers All The Year really cut It up good and then bedS Fender' father In Theressa Sat

a a urday night. Geraldine Fender

Trouble with farming I Is that had as her guest Sunday Judy if: Green

there Is simply no rest. Take a Halalop of Rising Section. Buick Compas;

Starke Ice Co. fellow who has a regular job; he During the weekend the H. ).! .

finishes at a regular hour, goer McRaes had as their guests Ralph ,

home and as "a rule he can relax Hall, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert 225 Temple Ave. Phone 226 Starke Florida

and take It easy. But let a fellow, Hall and family of Jacksonville; ,

PHONE 12 who Is farming sit down at night Mrs. T. N .Noi-man and son Gerald .

and the chance are that just a*I and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sapp Lu A 1) ....' ... .: :. jasi: W! N ttrta! AUTOMOMJS AM BU&T JUKK WIU. 8.iJo tnui -

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6- 1950PACHBSBVltW

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8. ,19 Or >
octOBER_( ___ BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRArn. STARKE. FLORIDA .


Baptist ChurchA AIRP\RK BAPTIST CIll'RCII: the church last Tuesday afternoon Mrs Mary Dinkins, secretary and he said. .
still let two bOAt loads of
t treasurer. "They
Sunday School 0:43: A M.
Mr*. Edwards. Entertain. Claw last
hides Into the
+m J cordial I invitation li extended Morning Worship, 11 A. M. After the election of officers come country Let Us Thoroughly
to everyone to attend services at Evening Service, 7:30: p M. Last Sunday was promotion day Miss Ross assisted by Miss year from Russia, duty free,

the First Baptist of Starke to hear Prayer Meeting every Thursday In the local Methodist Sunday Oleta Dorothy Green gave a demonstration Hardman said "We little trapPf'r8can't Wash Your Clothes
with that, I can't
the Sunday morning message by .. evening 7:30: o'clockL. school and the preceding Thursday of palmetto weaving. It was decided compete"
the pastor "The Inscribed!: Penny. 0. Hemingway, pastor afternoon and evening Mrs. W that anyone Interested in understand It. 0 Pounds
SunDAY'L At this 11
o'clock hour
the choir
H. Edwards entertained with a making trays should contact Mrs.
i under the direction of Lucile Green St. Mark's Episcopal Dan Harley this week. The next ADDRESSES For 40c!
will bring and from 5.00: until
special music supper party
PRESBYTER CIIVIUII meeting will be held on the fourth INTEREST, Bleach If Desired
i FREE
Church Sunday evening at 7:30 the Rev K. .Slmmonm. B. D. Vicar 8:00: P. M., for the members of Wednesday In October.

ian Dr. L. Ross Lynn of Tallahasse message by the pastor will be Services Sunday, October 8, at the Intermediate group Including The following new, renewal and t

Jrlt <7hrl tlan church of a former pastor of Springfield I "Talitha Cuml" following the St. Mark's Episcopal Church here those .who were being promotedfrom Cat Fish Love change of addresses received by .

the friendly churchex:- Presbyterian Church. Jacksonvillewill Happy Hour of congregational include church school beginning at her class as well as those who the Telegraph will be of interest tc

ordiel: 1 welcome to all to conduct service singing led by the piano-duo using 9:43: a. m. with classes for all ages. were coming Into the group. The Chicken Gizzards, readers: We Will

" them at every serv55. Ing at 11 o'clock at the Sunday First morn- requested hymns and choruses nursery through junior high; and affair was held In the Sunday Fisherman Proves Mrs. H. C.. Krakow, Meriden
) Homer Swlndall Church of Starke Presbyterian The girls' chorus will sing for this Ute morning prayer and sermonat school annex of the church build I Wyoming Dry Your Clothes
Dr
week.
r. emphasized, this Lynn Is president emeritus of service 11 a. m. ing. Supper was served at nve B. H. Hardman,' the veteran, Mrs Loin Johnson, Accounting

at fall W here every family Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton Sunday school meets at 0.43: A The church i Is open dally for o'clock and followed by a social fisherman of Hampton Lake gave Office, State Prison, Box 221 For 20c
3'b.e. school Mr. S. M, with a staff of 80 I period during which a number of Fla.
!be In C., and is well known teacher prayer and meditation. away a "trade secret" yesterday Raiford
throughoutthe
'So make a specialn and officers to Instruct Interesting games Wf're. played In New Automatic Drlerat l lI
the admitted 117 cat
iteid I synods of Florida, Georgia and more when he catching Chas E. Torres 4711 N. W. 2ne
attend this Sunday. ,South Carolina ''I" than 350 regular attenders Train- Those present were Misses Bet fish and 10 turtles In one night on Ave, Miami 37, Fla.
!hll, coming week are at ing Unions gather at 8.15: P. M ty Durban Adel Starling, Patsy I I hooks bulled with chicken: glsstards. t
Sunday school convenes LAWTEY Wells, John R. Boring, 1310 South First .
Sunday under the direction of J T Law. Wainwright Mary Ann .
morning at 9:45: with classes for Crews, St., Jacksonville Beach, Fla.Mrs. .
Bible school, son In the fit'st of Connie Harley Delyne
the
v,10 A 1\1. al ages. The meeting new Hardman set 600 hooks in Bun- A. B. Fowler, Box 88, Hawthorn
L. Fut Pulnell
Friendship Bible church year.Midweek. II. tolson; superintendent Lake and waa rewardod with
Class dy Fla
meets 10
at
a. m. Visitors service Smith and Donald Ray GrlffU Washeteria\
|\I 1 A. M.: Morning are welcomed to Is held regularly I I: this fine haul of cats which dressed Sgt W. R. Edwards, 14323771
V. any or all services at 7:30: I Election Donald Carter, Freddie Moore
Mr swlndall's subject Wednesday night with City TuesdayThe out around 45 pounds. He finds a B Btry.. 13th F. A. Bn, APO -21
Kenneth Elder, David and Wendell Stark
\\'het Am I Worth To the pastor bringing message voters of Lawtey :will go to ready market for them In Starke care Postmaster, San Francisco Temple Ave.

jrell Lord's supper 1 1it 111 CATHOLIC CHURCH from the concluding chapters of the polls next Tuesday, October 10( Kelly This must have been quite a stores which pay him 30 cents per Calif. ..........,... .... :
the Book of Revelation In respectto to elect a city clerk to fill the un- pound and usually retail the cat
1113 '
: Sunday Mass 9:15: of the
M. Christian am. present day affairs. A special expired term of !. H Hill deceased delightful affair as some at around 39 cents.The l'
6 30 P : Sunday School 11 to Mrs. Edwardsthat
y ;: aim recognition for service group suggested
men will and a councilman to succeed L
I direction of Cecily Week; Day Mass 8:30( week." fish camp operator said he ,
If under : am. be held at this hour. All relativesof H. Futch, resigned Candidatesfor "We do this every I
Miss Ada Edwards assisted her was going to return to Bundy and Ir
dayBible men in service are expected tc the position of clerk see O. J.. .
L M: Evening Study U every Wednes mother in for the guests. baited with I .
7:30 P. be present.At Phillips and L. H. Futch; and tor caring set 1,000 hooks gli-
day at 7:45PENTECOSTAL
f Mr. Swindall's evangelLuage : all services the visitor will the council seat candidate H. C Dratmnntratlon Club Met zards and see what the haul wouldbe.
entitled I -P
will be HOLINESS And a friendly welcome and an inspiration Kelly has no oppoilt'on.' The Lawtey Home Demonstration Turtles nibble the bait and

Church 10th St. and Temple Ave. to worship and to returnto Club met in regular session get caught In the day time, while

.sday,1:30: P. M.: Prayer Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn. the First Baptist Church. Oneca Mr, and N. Y.Mrs., have A purchased F. Brown from of September 27 at the school cafe- the cat fish bite at night, he said.< ii ''rl ftlI

.Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic teria with Mrs. Dan Harley pre. Mr. Hardman Is also a trapperbut ,
iuon: H Invited to the new ''I Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone 'Methodist Church"The Joyce Futch the .small house on siding. At this time the following said the hide market Is none
the lake and are now residing Lc I
r tile evening services. "welcome." officers were elected to serve too good these days. Prices are

First Methodist Church In there through the coming year: Mrs low, In comparison with oUter

Starke cordially invites you tc Those from the Lawtey Methodist J. M .Browning, president J Mrs things, and the excise tax: Is high. FLORIDASCLIMATE I
worship with us Sunday," Pastor church attending Ute District .1 ,
FOR YOUR Jfrf ilL- REQUIREMENTS Thos. Q Mitchell said this week. meeting of the WSCS In Gainesville -

Church school begins at 9:4:5: : on Thursday of last week were

It/ Pays To Trade With Slade I a.m. with W B. Sewell as the gen- I Dr. and Mrs. \V, T. Walters Mrs 1 1 !
eral superintendent. There Is a I A. H. Harley, Mrs. Paul Dlnkln8.I TN[
class for I Mrs. ERIe Miner and Mrs. Hubert .1001.51
every age. Bishop RoyH.
l'ItOl'\NE GAS N '.
V Short, presiding Bishop of the Priest [Vac R n .,i

GAS Applianc.. Jacksonville Area of the Methodist 'I Mrs. Eunice Harris and sons. ja '? trtt\t .{.IiJ

I Church, will preach In the First Billy and Sam, of Gainesville .were J

SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. Methodist Church of Starke on visiting Mr. and Mrs Frank Jonason l I

Sunday morning October 8 at 11 Friday of last week. ?'r.

E. Call St. Starke. Fla. a. m. Before his election to the Cecil R. Rigdon and J. W. Hall
episcopacy In 1918 Bishop Short of Jacksonville were attending to Ordinary gasoline has a ten ti b "

was the editor of "The Upper business In Lawteylast Saturday. .UO dency to boil in gas-lines, fuel- r 1

Room," the devotional booklet that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and IL I carburetor in hot
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Is used around the world. Bishop daughters, Nina and Mary Ann, 4l pump or ,

Short is known as one of the ablest and Mrs. Effle Miner were'In Jacksonville weather This is called "Vapor- C Closs !

T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke administrators and outstanding last Saturday visiting Mr. 1110 down lock," and can result in power ,

speakers of the Methodist Church. Wells' daughter who Is a patient In tall and waste of fuel.

|/Person & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town The Senior and Intermediate St. Vincent's Hospital. $500 The Crown and'Crown Extra '

PHOXES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 at Methodist 6:30: p.Youth m. Mr.Fellowships Mitchell meet will Mrs O. J. Anders and son;James Billy, ouAeAN111.Mowrml Gasolines we offer you are mad t 'ti 1't
Mr. and Mrs
accompanied
FREE rot [ cur[
speak at the evening church serviceat Anders of Palatka, to Jacksonville in seasonable grade to fit Plot(1,
llhllt ArmBUTTON'
| SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M., 7:30: P.M. 7:30: p.m. on the" subject "Christ one day last week. I \ -HOLER.. SSTV&r"; kr A"* ida's summer weather, and assure +k
and His Church. Following the
day School 9:45: A.M.Training Unions 6:15: P.M. Miss Mattie Harley of Jacksonville you maximum protection against
evening church service there Is B .ilUAIW
(!ID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. 1%!. fellowship hour for all young people spent last weekend here with j This Week Only M T IIf vapor-lock. You can depend on I
her mother, Mrs. A. H. Harley.E. *
..
in the recreational building Standard Oil! gasolines to help you
M. Futch, who Is employed In
11:00: A.M.: "The Inscribed from 8:30: to 9:30. HOME from CRO b
Penny" Savannah, Georgia, spent the get top performance your i ,
7:30 P.M.: Talitha Cumi" A Children's Hour Is held every weekend with his family here. DEMONSTRATION motor-every season of the year! "
Wednesday afternoon beginning at 'J
Dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. IACME \
3:15.: All children from ages 6 tc wirxeuf II TI H
George Roberts last Sunday were We offer Florida' favorite
A you \
Friendly Invitation ..RromAFriendly' ,, 12 are cordially Invited to attend.
Mrs. Pearl Whltnel and children
Prayer Meeting Is held on Wed- Motor Fuel Now Better ,
ACME VACUUM STORES Mt
[ Church Is Extended To All Paul and Edwina, of Deland, and
nesday evenings at 7:30: p.m. The Roddy, Kathy and Vicky Struth 412 West Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, FloridaI Than Cverl ; iEit Vii
I Bible study is centered on the favorite -
:M ML.
Psalms.At and Mr and Mrs. Vernon Silcox 9
I and son, David all of Starke would like a freo home demonstration of a beautiful rebuilt

The Tabernacle Walter Terry of Chattahoochee Singer Portable Setting Machine, complete fur, $:!1. O.
I was visiting Mrs. T. J. Terry and
D. (Red) Alvarez Service Station
Dr. William L. Pettingill, noted daughter, Elizabeth, last weekend. Name _______ _________________________________ Temple Ave. t: Call St., StarkeL. STANDARD
Mrs Anne Dlnklns of Jacksonville
I Bible teacher and pastor of the I Is visiting at the home of her Address __________ F. Dinkins' Service Station 'OIL %f.oIi'
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First Church, New York
COURTESYin Baptist son, Paul Dinkina, Sr. Temple Ave. & Pratt St., Starke
City, and a member of the Advisory City ____________________ State ________________ I
all Committee of the Fundamental Mrs. J. M. Ogilvie of Gainesvillewas Harry II. Houston's Service Station S
the thoughtful relations of Ser ir YOU Live ON RURAL BOUTS: WRIT DIRECTION. .
Gospel Tabernacle, Starke a recent visitor of Mrs. Frank I'h. S3 Starke
vice with Jones ...
convenience and completeness "passed In" (his own Interpretation _----f:

aa well as careful economy in of a Christian's death) on USCM' and UMU Met TuesdayThe -.----
September 15: 1930 in New York __
the measure that it is'needed had regular meeting of the "%.._ rr
City. His ministry here endeared WSCS of the Methodist church 'i

him to the hearts of the was held In the home of Mrs. Mary .

congregation. His last visit here Dinkins on Tuesday afternoon of

was on March 3 of this year. The I this week. Installation service of Ho erTiuck '

DeWlTT C. JONES little park adjoining the Tabernacle the recently elected officers will at is .
!I
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building, where Dr. Petting be held In the church next Sunday

Phone 7 Starke Fla. enjoyed resting and communingwith during the eleven o'clock service I
___ nature, ,will be named for him
The WMU of the Baptist church
uneral Director Ambulance Service as a perpetual memorial of one of. held its regular business meeting In, : TO. DELIVER MORE HORSEPOWER v
God's great Bible men. AT THE ClUTCy t
local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and DUTYPROVEDlike
A group of visitors from renney
services not otherwise available. "-
Farms came over recently to view vIN It

the large oil painting, "The Fesst f
I of Belahozzar." This painting is
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and attention a*
wide-spread
iPtANrnfa Insurance policy !In force, Issued by ANT gaining visitors from many states avail Avr adI

|company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. themselves of the opportunity of. l le / Cherolet
n
Consultatlen FIRST FOR ALL-AROOND SAVINGS
carries no obligation.
fered to see this masterpiece. ,
Communion was observed at the f fi I
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music Sunday rendered morning\ on hour organ and and special piano ue \ ;::::: : ( : It

The message was brought by the 1 '/ (: j' Q)
I ITO
sponsor, based on nine verses of ; ).. ;

Matthew 24. He also delivered the

Enjoy evening message on the prophecy of 1I ( '"" r ? DELIVER TOP PAYLOADS i
contained In the 21th chapter i 111kkk "
\ G Y l
; Matthew. NV
Sunday visitors from Jacksonville
.
'!( attending services and view- r H

the Ing the painting were Mr. and Mrs ?T y.Y.n{, ,

Powel of First Baptist Church;

Miss Byrd of South Jacksonville I :
I Missionary Alliance Church and

C. F. Chapman, Secretary of Scrip. BIG SAVINGS on 4i:1 r T
flI'd
ture Distribution Society. ROUND TRIP FARES
# Two students of Toccoa Falls Institute

6- Toccoa .Falls, Ga., were You ore *a extra 10% or

present at the Sunday ervicel more tech tej; on every tJ4 .

and led the singing and brought Greyhound Round-Trip

their testimonies. ticket!Ask bout the big Full
On A Genuine
RounJ-Up of all kind of

CHtKCH OF COD tripf,tours,special features!
8th &: St. Clair SU. :

Ford Sunday School 10 ft m. A riW IXAMPLIS
RadioAt
Morning Worship 11 aw There ore hundridi uteriJM

Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. 0... .......
Sunday w., r,,.
y p. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m ...........111. I 5 1.03
Prayer :Meeting Thursday 7:30: pjn tal.M/II. JUt ..lollLak. Chevrolet .advonce-dettfln, trucks are America's I

Reduced Prices tier .... i."-I I bed buy! Certified ratings prove Chevrolet Load-
ClIfKCH OF JESUS C1IKIST lit. ....U.. \M ".: -
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matter deliver
During the Next Two Weeks. -* engines mar net horsepower than
LATTER \YSUNT- 0..1. 1.2.1 2 : -1
OF :11'1
The Church of Jesus Christ of T.... S.T$ B. those of the principal standard equipped conventional denf p

the Latter Day Saints (Mormon )/I.e/ ,.4$ 11- CHEVROLET: trucks In their' weight class, 13,000 to th !, eC I
O Sun. w. P.1. .....k S. 4O 5.15 Vp
I Church) holds services each NorthTemple I ".rl... 13.1:: 4M 16,000 Ibs., Orott Vehicle Weight. For the last fntt I

day In the USO building on r.._,... ,....'1 13-T3: C 1 sight consecutive years, these trucks have led the
Avenue as follows: !, Tallaka..e. '.1' ..'". ,
Andrews Motor Co. 10:00: a.m.: Sunday School. I (PLUS C.5.: Tlx) field In sales.. are far ahead this year. Make your

6:30: *p.m.: Sacrament service. Greyhound Bus Station next truck a Chevrolet. Come In and gel the facts) .\
Is cordially invited tc
The public | TIM.I. A... rk. HTJGRBYHOttWD

SILLS l SERVICE attend all services. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE .

asSotted sizes I

119 199 W. Madison St. Starke! 13c!Scratch lb.. Bradford County Telegraph. I 1 I 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETSOCT a av


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BRADFORD OOtTMTT! TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY
, ..Ants KIORT 0.IOBEg:
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M Drake, Cpl. Ray F. Orlffis Cpt Will Address District BPW Meeting DILLARD L. NIX. JR. decree.the aame being sold to satisfy said r In.Wrn.., H. J.t.r.
of the OUlf
Guard L. Nix
Profits National Dr. and Mrs, D. uavllle L,
Jamboree James R. Starling. Ffc. VernorL. Special Master A :J. Thomas, :Jr. Solicitor for Florida

Enlisted Men's Starling. State Farm announce the birth ofa .J '--- I'lalnlltr
Brooker :: Ie
Insure Jr. on """"" .' "
Several members of the unit are son Dillard Lafayette. A 'T 1 !9 S w YOUA
New Fire Station Club Now ReadyThe attending: the University of Flor Tuesday Sept. 26, in St. Vlncenff WATTNMINIya
Jacksonville.
Hoe-down music mingled with Enlisted Men's Club for ida and are enrolled In ROTC Hospital.

of the fire truck Monday members of the Florida National training.: They are: Sgt. Wm. C TATK-WK1-T: Of TUB OWVBR- R 1.R
the clang MIVAC.RMRVT. CIHCI'LATIOV \
Guard will be formally opened on Smith. Sgt. Drew F. Reddish SHIP THW
night as citizen: of Brooker and KTC RKIIt'lRKII II r I
area gathered at the evening of October 28 with s Cpl. W. Dryden Jr., Cpl. A. J ACT OK CO- GHfoJ" OP AIG1STa ,
surrounding
the the school house in a benefit Jamboree fish Try and dance for members of Eaves III, Cpl. George A. Winkler AfTM*. INI%OP. AM!MIIIL'll AMF711)IH*: I)p III. :-I'HK AMI GUTAR 1 i

to raise funds for a buildingto the-'Guard and their guesU. and Pvt. Richard L. Crosby. J. ,.y 91..4:11.IIMII Title 30. 1 .5. led.Yretsea .c

house the town's recently acquired The club building has been com Of liKADPUKD rOI'NTY TEL.1CORAPH. -.rCSI 1
published weekly at IUP
a
United Nations Flags
fire truck. pletely remodeled and renovated t Starke Fla.. for October tat IltU

Mayor Hewlett S. Anderson an. repaired and repainted throughout Being Made ByDemonstration Mb of 1.the That publisher the name.editor and managing addressee rase

pounced yesterday that net proceeds floors sanded and refinished anda I editor and business manager are.Publisher '.
Clubs
E. U Matthew. Stark,
of the event were $l O.311 number of bedrooms, completely Fin. My personal integrity and profession i

which will bring the total fire station furnished, have been provided over Plans for making Ute United Editor, R I* Matthews, Stark., of experience In Fine Watch Repairing, bucked by do 1
M(). This Flit H your
around $
fund to looking beautiful Kingsley Lake Nations flags In Bradford Countyare Managing Editor E. L. Matthew, of Satisfaction. Authorize Dlntrlbutor Gun
should be enough to complete the; and Stark. Flo. fr
The kitchen Is being equipped Mlsi I""nl"
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make well under way, says Business Man..eer. E. L. Matthew Elgin, and Hulova Watches. '
project he said, Jf citizens the club will have facilities to provide Ross, Home Demonstration *, Starke, Fla.

good on their promise of volunteer overnight accommodations Dorothy Agent. Volunteers from Home 1. That Starke the,owner Fla. I I.: R I.. Mat Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry

labor to help erect the structure. light meals, and a suitable place Demonstration Clubs will make the :dz th.w'h: ; the known hondhol4ere.mortea.e. ,

The ladles of Brooker vied with for large unit parties for the enlisted In community ?frs *, and other security Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector
flags for flying every holder owning or holding 1 percent M
each other in making pies and men of the .Florida National in the county on United Nations or more of total amount of 6 "Starke's Leading Jeweler"
rakes to be sold at the event and Guard. bond, mortgage, ur other securities -
and
24 throughoutthe
Day, October are:
children clamored for rides on the1I'e .. 15
The club Is for all enlisted memo None
15c ride. A hill- year. 4. That the two paragraph above,
truck at per
bers of the Guard and It Is believed The flag measures 3x3: feet andIs ;P l W jvlng the name of the owners a
climaxedthe
billy show and cake walk that Guardsmen from stockholders, and security holders.
many made of medium blue fabric with ? 2; If any contain not only the list of
celebration. the state will be 4 ua, +
throughout the United Nations world design t stockholders and security holdereas
First prize In the amateur con spending weekends there in the they appear upon the book of 00.- _J_ "'- _ _
center. A wreath
In white in the the, company but also In case
test went to little Glenda Parker summers to come. A nominal also in white Is centered beneath where the stockholder or security
who delighted the audience with of will be holder appear upon the book of C.
charge $1 per person H.
and around the world design. the company a* trustee or In any Driggers Furniture
several vocal numbers. Second made for the rooms and meals la other fiduciary relation the name Co
Nations fighting
The United
prize honors were shared by Doc will also be provided at reason of the person or cooperation for
a war in Korea in which, all free whom such trustee Is acting. I I. OFFERS YOU
Andrews fiddler and Carl Stein- able rates. The opportunity /of interested and, have an I- I given; also that the said two araRraphs
people are
embrso-
contain statements
accordionist. weekend in such pleas-
hagen spending a important stake. The United Na- Ins. affiant's full knowledge and belief -
Mayor Anderson said that the ant surroundings for so little cost I a* to the circumstance and
tions flag is being used concurrently condition under which stockholder
success of the'event was a good Is something that most Guards
with the flags of the various na. and security holder who do not
indication of the pplrlt of cooperation men are looking forward. to in appear upon the book of the com-
shown by the people of Brook this part of the state.' tions participating. A better understanding S I pany a* trustee, hold stock and
securities In a capacity other than
of the flag as a symbol 5-
er in putting across a civic pro M. Sgt. Robert W. Drake of the r that of a bona tide owner: and this
of the United Nations' aspiration affiant has no reason' to believe
ject. He expressed appreciation local unit ta a member of the will undoubtedly contribute tc that any other perion, association I
to all who had any part In the celebration. the or corporation has any Interest. direct .
House Committee which does widening the perspective of the Wilhelmlna 0. Harvey. Second, Vice President of the State Feder. or Indirect. In the said stock

planning, promotion and opera I present march of events. Inter I anon of Business & Professional Women's Clubs, will be,the featured bonds, or other securities "than a*
to stated by him.
Mimeograph Ink. stencil tion of this fine facility. est In the United Nations flag ;.will speaker at the District Four meeting of the organization to be held in 6. That the average. number of

paper The following members of the develop from actual participation the Bradford School auditorium copies of each Issue of this publication With Florence
correction fluid, styll. Bradford High Sunday morning beginning at old or distributed through Heaters
County Telegraph. local unit were awarded a Drill by the modern day Betsy Ross in 10:30 o'clock. the malls or otherwise. paid sub.scribers .
Ribbon for two during the twelve month
Attendance them.
yean and
making displaying Around 100 delegates are expected to attend the meeting here preceding the date shown above IsU2S.
of 100 percent drill attendance by Is headed by the .
This program which will be presided over by District Chairman Aulean Martin of 2-BURNER MODEL 39506WAY
W.C.T.U. E. I MATTHEWS,
General Order No. 27 from the National Citizens Committee for *
Jacksonville. Sworn to and subscribed beforeme
office of the Adjutant General: the United Nations Day. It la the this 23rd day of September 1950
"MOS'EY DOES NOT GROW ON MaJ. T. K. McClane Jr., Capt. T. wish of the UN. that the County Luncheon will be served In the Catholic Center on Temple Avenue. 'I (URAL) J. R. Kelly Notary Public
TREKS, Mrs. Pauline Torode (My commission expire October 8,
la of
C. Hazen. Jr., 1st. Lt. Al K. Car extension Services officers serveas president the Starke chapter. 1953.)
(A PIUJVWIB OFTEN QUOTED)!
lisle Sgt. 1-c Merrll Edwards Sgt a focal point for information about '
"MONEY DOES NOT GROW ON NOTICE OF SPHI'lt 95f'5aeLN DEXTER
1-C Seeber D. Goodman Sgt. 1-c patterns and directions for New Tarzan Film
SPREES." NOTICE! I Ie hereby Irlvhat under
Oliver P. Hutto.
the Tornadoes
(SHOULD BE JUST AS NOTED) making flag. Play and by virtue of that certain
The following were awarded the I The County Home Demonstration Booked At Park final decree of forecostire and sale
FROM TUB "SIGNAL PRESS". made and entered on the lath day I
EVANSTON ILLINOIS) ribbon for one year of perfect attendance .I Office here is located In the Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous of (September. A. D. 1950, In the circuit C Washing Macliilno50 i

) M. Sgt. Robert W, Court House at Starke and information Good Game Court In and for Bradford County -
Florida In
,. ape-man Is back again-this time Chancery In that
to groups will be furnishedon certain suit therein pendingwhere.
on the screen of the Park Theatre in Oulf" Life Insurance Company, a
request.
(Continued from page 1)) corporation: I I. plaintiff and O. M
Quality Better where "Tarzan and the Slave Girl 1 William., Jr, and Mary Nell Will.
HALL MARK ORCITINd CARD Inms, his wife
Leila Mae William.
PHOTO FINISHING WATCH Farm Income High plays Sunday and Monday I 33 yard line.. Bockoven carried to Ham. muck and; R. J. Hammock her

S4 ". SERVICE JIWELRVP.BPAIRINOI husband: DeWItt C. Jones. a* Admin.
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the IT but the
: In[ FloridaFlorida with Lex Barker as the jungle king"Tarzan's" play was nullified .istrator. of the Estate. of O. M Wil

adventures with a by a penalty back to the 40 yard liams, ar., deceased; and United '
Cameras I State of America; and the unknown I
I : d Watches: farm products sold at mysterious tribe of lion-worship- line. On a lateral from Brock, heir. devisee, grantees, assignees,

PORTRAIT Si R SETTING the farms and groves for a cash peril motivate the plot of the offerng. Bockoven went 7 yards and on llenors claimant, creditor claiming, trustees Interests and In other the I I S-BURNER

TONS : total of =J435.134.000: last year. the Tie tribe, Its feminine contin- land hereinafter described by.
ADVtRTlalNQPHOTOORAPHV second down he threw a short through ,
under
pass or against O M
PNO Florida State Chamber of Com- gent decimated by a strange epidemic William, Sr., deceased are defendant

PLATING- merce stated yesterday.. begins raiding other tribes over center to Lenholt who scampered ., being,Case No. 7137 Eq.. the : FLORENCEIt !
undersigned as Special Master
Wedding & Diamonds This total is reported in this for women and kidnaps "Tarzan's'wife the rest of the way for a In said decree, will offer appointed for
:
POST CARD lOf W. CALL ST. PHONE XS week's business review of the State "Jane" and a doctor's nurse. touchdown. Bill Adams kicked the the sale and will ....1at public outcry to .
STARKE, FLORIDA highest and best bidder or bidden -
.PHOTOS WEDDING SITSSatisfaction Chambem., r.uarch.sad4ndustrial The ape-man's endeavors to rescue extra point: score, 136. The rest for cash during the, legal hour KITCHEN
than the and help the doctor of sale, to-wit: between eleven o'
: captives
Our Reputation Your Guarantee of division at!' $Q pr cent.hlgher, of the game saw both Seabreezeand clock In the forenoon and two o'
the 1948 sales'and appreciably above battle the disease lead to the stirring clock Inh.. afternoon In front of

J.Bullington D. D. Alfred last year's preliminary,'figure highlights of the picture BHS vainly trying to score County the South Court front House door. of In the the Bradford city of r' .

PHOTOGRAPHER: JEWELER: released early this year. The which is one of the moat exciting again. Here the defense of both gtarke. In said Bradford County RANGE

greatly expanded dollar value of offerings In the "Tarzan" aeries. teams ,arose to fight back and November Florida, on 1060 Monday the the same 6th being day *ot a

Florida farm products In 1949 Barker does a convincing job as neither threatened to score again. legal Hales. day of Paid Court the

came primarily from Increased the intrepid ape-man, and Vanesse said mortgaged final premise described In '
Thin\ Friday night the tornadoes decree Ui-wlt: That certain Floor' Lamp
citrus and .fresh vegetable sales. Brown takes over the role ol"Jane" piece parcel or tract of land

"JOURNEY INTO FAITH"will All farm items did ,not enjoy In- in excellent style with travel to Palatka for a conference ty situate" of !Bradford, lying and and being State in the of Coun Flori

creases. Robert Alda as their co-star.. Denise fame with the Maroons. So far da known and described as: 95 7950SOFA

Darcel and Arthur Shilda this season Palatka's record has Southwest Quarter (SW s,) of 10
with values of the Northeast
be the topic of the pastor's evening message Leading crops been somewhat erratic. They Section Quarter (NE4)
: ;
each and cent change, 1948 to stand out In the supporting cast Twenty-four (24), Township
per I started off the season on the short Five ((61 !South Range.
Sunday evening at 7:30 1949 were dairy products $34- which Includes a bevy of pretty 'to Twenty-two ((23) Kast'and; the
end of an upset losing Green
Fourteen
slave (14)
girls.Firing
643.000 up 6 per cent; cattle and South Half ( of the. Soutthe
Cove Springs 130. Last Friday SH' )
First Baptist Church HamptonBob calves $21,089,000( down 29 per 'I east Quarter (SEyof\ the
night however they redeemed Northwest
Quarter
(NWH) of
cent hogs $17,314,000: down 10 Dates Set BEDS 79
; Section Twenty-four
themselves with a 6-0 win over De. S4), Town
Gray Pastor per cent; all poultry and eggs land. ship Five (II South Range
On Blanding Ranges ; Twenty.two (12) East; the
cent tobacco
$20,213,000: up one per : said East Fourteen
((14J
Bible School 10 a.m.-B.T.U. 6:30 p.m. $17,808,000 up slightly; Public Is WarnedSmall Lineup the South Half ($>fc) acre of the of
The lineups for last Friday'sgame Southeast Quarter (HBVi) of
No tie*I Service time changes from o'clock to 7SO: p.m. Irish potatoes $12,153,000: up 38 the Northwest Quarter (NWU)
per cent; sugar cane for sugar and arms firing will be con were as follows: of said.. Section Twenty-tour
for the night service. ducted by personnel of the-Marine\ Seabreeze-Ends: Ellis Raymond (14). Township Five ((6) South
Mr up $8,616,000 down 12 per cent; Range Twenty-two ( ....
peanuts $4,389.000/ down 40( per Barracks Jacksonville Naval Air Adams. White Lenholt; belnic al.o described gasE the W.

cent; tung nuts $953,000( up 20 Station from October 9 through tackles: Fuller Merriman Bolton four Iaast (9241 Nine feet Hundred of th.iTHventy-South CALL 'DRIGGERS'

per cent; sweet potatoes $833,000: October 13 on the National Guard Dunkle Harris; guards: Stepp Six Hundred. Sixty (660) feet I ST.

( down range at Camp Blanding. Romano Colomore, Truett; centers of the Northwest Quarter'lW"
down slightly; corn $790.000 (/' ) of Section Twentv-
NOTICE OF HEARING 19 per cent; cotton $2.693,000: u; All persons are cautioned to : Guide. Lenholt Stone: Halfbacks South, Range Twenty.two (22))

A public .hearing will be held by the Florida Milk Commls- 3 per cent; avacadoa $381,000: upS stay clear of this area during these : Bockoven Lyle, Harris, E':aUsr' (24) Township| Fin ((6)

don at the Courthouit In Starke Florida. on Friday CVtoberISth per cent; pecans $340,000: up 3 dates. Forsyth Krugman Chandler; and Together with all building j FURNITURE CO.
.
1950 at 9:30: A. M. for the purpose of making such In- per cent; strawberries $2,494,000up Quarterbacks: Wlllets, Brock; said other land; structures now on __ _._ I .." __-: -

vestlgatlons as shall seem proper to the Conunlwion.. B per cent; nursery and greenhouse fullbacks Wilson Wlllets.

\t this hearing evidence and testimony will be received' 'relative products $13,377,000: / ( down 4 Scout Fund Drive BHS-Ends: Newcomfc, :':tomas,

to the establishment of is Milk MarketingArea and to'the per cent:; all truck crops $108- Will Watson. Cooley; .tackles: Parker

cost of production and distribution of milk and milk productsIn 140,000 up 24 per cent; citrus Begin TodayThe Ken Johns Hutchlngson: guards CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPE
110( Wainwright Sapp Booth Crews
fruits $193,274.000
up per ;
annual
BRADFORD COUNTY.The Boy Scout fund
cent., centers Dansby Prevail; quarter
public Is Invited to attend. campaign was scheduled to begin backs: Hazen, Davis, Rowe, halfbacks -
today (Friday) with a "kickoff"breakfast
FLORIDA MILK COMMISSION Exams For Drivers at the Dixie Motor : Carl Johns Bennett. Clarke
Warren McClellan; fullbacks: Pre- Palm Beach
Henry SchneiderChairman Court Restaurant. ,
This
Now Being GivenIn vatt. Ritch. McRae. >, -
Volunteer workers will leave
Officials: Referee Lenier Smith i ,
This VicinityQ. from the breakfast and
begin on
(Stetson); umpire, Frank Tally
M 9 Weekend
the annual solicitation ot fund Stick Cologne
A. Fllllnglm Florida Highway that go to support the Boy Scout (Spring Hill Ala.) ; head linesman g g
H. A.
Schublger (Stetson.) A
Patrolman assigned to Brad- program In this district. t

CONGRESS HAS DOUBLED FDIC ford County, announced this week O. S. Newcomb and T. H. Slade g Only .
,
are serving as co-chairmen of the Simmons Elected $1.50
that drivers license examinationswill

PROTECTION ON YOUR DEPOSITS- be given here on Tuesdays and drive. They remind the public Ministerial HeadThe
that the volunteer solicitors are

Thursdays until further notice. taking time away from their businesses Ministerial Association met Home Baked Ham Plate. Flu* Tat

The tests will be conducted by to help raise these funds Tuesday morning St. Mark'* e .

Allen S. Patten, of Palatka clvlli. and ask that they be given 81> Parish House to discuss several

an employee of the FHP an expert courteous reception.Thanksgiving. events for the coming year.

examiner who has administered Rev. B. E. Simmons was elccteo

e drivers examinations In Jack Date president of the association to suc- Served With Baked Beans

sonville for the past several ceed Rev. J. R. Hill who has been :

tee c'\ months. Set For Nov. 30 transferred to a church in an- Salad;'

Persons desiring l.sts for chauf. other city. Rev. L. D. Haines was
Flortdlana will celebrate Thanksgiving

feur's or operators licenses may elected vice president and Rev
this on November 30.-
contact Mr. Patten at the courthouse year Homer Swlndall Is secretary.It .
fifth Thursday In the month. 'S,
,
in Starke on Tuesday. from was decided that the Union
The date was confirmed in atelPl'f'am 50c
2 to 4 p.m. and Thursdays from Thanksgiving Service will be helo
from Frank S.
; 9 a.m. to noon. Wright at the First Christian\ Church this l
assistant to Gov. Fuller Warren
Mr. Patten also conducts examinations year with Rev. T. O. Mitchell pas

The reason that depositsin : in Green Cove Springs on to the Retail Chamber Division of Commerce.of the Jacksonville tor of the First Methodist Church,

this bank have always been Tuesdays from 9. a.m. to noon as speaker.
Some states
are observing thefourth --PAEuI
safe Is the management care and and Thursday., 2 to. 5 p.m.; in st. Thursday of the month.

ability exercised by the directors Augustine Mondays and Fridays, Recent BirthsMr.

.._ -e and officers. Then in 1933 cam 2 to S p.m. and Wednesdays 8 a.m Bring us your prescription for quick, efficient compounding -

a second protective: feature-an to noon; in Palatka Mondays and Roswell McGauley and Mrs. Truman Normanof

ak. f Fridays 9 a.m to noon and Wednesdays Killed In ActionMrs. Lawtey announce the birth of All
Thl even enyfewwwc insurance on deposits, to $5000 prescriptions compounded with highest
step whU for each depositor, by the newly 2 to 5 p. m.; and in Crescent a son in North Florida Clinic' on r

eesNDat..Ii 'lIe City V a. m. to hoon every Charles Hardy received Wednesday Oct 4. a
created Federal I Deposit Insur quality fresh
iced Inlemlf efrfepoillon. Saturday. 'word Thursday that her brother, drugs. Telephone 61.CARPENTER'S. ; I
Corporation. Congress has 'Mr. and Mrs. Adrlon
"ance Persons unable to take the driver Roswell UcOauley 18, was killed Covingtoa
now doubled this $5000 insurance of 264 Standing Blvd.. Jacksonville
the Starke hours
.t. test during may in action on September 20 while
-'l' --to $10,000.1 take the exam at any of the other fighting with the U. S. armed announce the birth of a baby

towns during the times indicated forces In Korea. He is the son of girl Vicky Raye on September

Mr. Fllllngtm said. There Is nc the late. Rev O. E. McGauley. 18 at St. Vinc,nt'. Hospital.

Florida Bank at Starke I fee for the examination he added who 'formerly held pastorates of Glenn Stanley Mclatueh\ Jr.

Baptist Churches In
Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. McIntosh

Z2x8 IncA poster board In several County. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy left announce th. birth "
Member Florida National of
[ Group a son The Filled"OCT
colon So tvH-Jt. Bradford yesterday for Palatka where Mrs.' Glenn Stanley. Jr.. on Sept. 24 in Store Where You See Your Prescription

County Telegraph. McCauley .resides.. j St. Joseph' Hospital Tampa.

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