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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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15,000 Acre Cattle Ranch Is Planned Incumbents SweepXuesdav's '


FEES ,SEEN AS SCHOOL OPENS: I "

Near Keystone By Puerto RicanPlans



lc for a 5,000-acre cattle ranch on Highway 21, just Election

north of Cold Head Branch State Park were made known

yesterday by John Rodriguez, representing the owners. The ---,_ -----.. -- ---- ,--- -

'a1 ranch named Santa Juana will be stocked entirely with .. a No New Faces (
legistered: pure-bred cattle he said. It r

The land was recently purchased _______ ________ ,

by J Validejull one of Puerto the cattle will also be n.experimented Seen
Be
To
Rico's most prominent And Influntial -
with until a particular ,"' 0/ '
lawyers, for his two sons. I : :
combination proves Itself ; 'V I
George and Hugo. 'The two boys. The selection of the Gold Head, ., f f,, HallThere
Rodriguez said. will control the site climaxed five-month searchby ; Around City
ranch and with their wives al\l.ll, | -
Rodriguez on behalf of the -
children! live on the premises I I t.
owners He said he traveled allover ;
Roth boys were educated In Amer1Icon Will 00 no now addition I'

universities. George receiving'' the southeast looking at .* to the router of elected t
various tracts of land and was on
; a degree In animal husbandry and city official. thin year, on the J
,U shows the three new high school teachers relaxing In I Hugo business admlnstration. I his way to South Carolina whenhe banla of TtIPlOtla)"'. clty-vrt
meeting1. They and their respective posl- I heard of this particular property .. Incumbent
[fore a faculty Workmen are busy now buildingtwo He contacted Validjull In election a* every .
Robert Davlson Spanish and EngU"hVII.; wall returned to ofn.... The
f to !light, homes and a warehouse before Puerto Rico and after he flew to

t American history. science and eugraph; and Harland I Improvement operations ate the U. S. and Inspected the property i balloting. Mhlrh Haw 1,139
..
.
ventli grade social studies. begun, but the owners hope to have they decided to buy and establlnh rltluxi* go to the poll waa

of the seven new elementary school' the entire acreage Improved with- tPe 1 .. (limtt In both I ho.may or ami
,,to pictures five ranch there. \ ".. ...... ... .-- : ""'-'" -
that
the'r! 'respective positions are: lert to right. Miss fn three years. Experiments wll! Rodriguez said he believed the I afler the council rare, however
minutes
and MeclUm: few
.y begin within the coming Rodriguez WINNING MMII.KS are exhibited bj the top| men In Tui'Mliky'm City a the outcome wait In doubt
sixth grade; Miss Betty Eaton third grade; Kenneth said. on the Improved year grasses ValldeJulU are "pioneers" In this .' final tnle wax tallied. Keetlon of Florida. Puerto
and crafts; Marvin StPkes sixth grade; and Mrs. J. [;. now being used In Florida In Ricans have Invested Most heavily In 'I. 1. K. \\uln\\ right, Councilman PiStil .... Bridge and Coumllmaii' \\'ii,. T. -I**.km.'ii. j I II I '.01..'..
Absent when the picture was made
ptioiial children. order to determine which one, or
south Florida, particularly Miamihe I R.Nookle .
For the second time, J.
who will assist Mrs. Young and his wife Mrs which combination will be the",
rker, Maid, but none to his. knowledge i WainwrlRht defeated J.
)
dub teacher Mrs.. Young Is. no newcomer to the county most satisfactory. They. will also has moved this far north yet. They iI"' (IV (Jake) Roberta In the Mayor'srace

served as supervisor until her resignation this experiment with the present cov..r.Ing are also offer of 'J,
11 having considering an Ir;' but thin time It wasn't quite
of natural grass, he added. 2.5,000 more acres In Florida for ,

The stock. for the most part. will another ranch, he said but it Is .. __ __u._____ _.___.

be Imported from Puerto Rico further south and no decision has 1.

alIment Showsht The cows are of the West Indies I been reached as yet. r MUNI)F'S MISHAP

variety and will be bred with registered Tn the ..event it Is bought, Mr. 'i It looks like 'Uy Election
Brahma bulls. Rodriguez Vallileiill himself 4 '
i | will have to 'unlucky
days are just plain
said that suih combinations have !leave Puerto Rico and move to
I for W. It. (Hill) Munily popultir -
Declineent proven highly successful in Puerto 1.'lol'lda. Rodriguez said. He can i I Stnrke barber.Ttvo .
Rico and the owners believe they i I still. oversee his Puerto Rico hold.f. -

will fair equally as well here in (f.inns though Rodriguez added, fey >enr- ago !Muiuly'n leg
schools
in the Starke elementary and high Florida where the climate l is sn i using( the airlines to fly home. a nan broken In two plarewwhen .

"htly this yearvaccordinir to a statement made this .similar However. like the giasses 1 trip cnnnlntlnff of only a few hours n...m<*nni. Hlioveil him In

nrlcs Partin. supervising principal. The change a croud milling around the

ily the most notable in the high school he said Thomas Installed Driver Not Held I polling, place.IhU .

Ih the upward surge in elementary school at- As 'Chef de Care'Of r ., Buffered
..\ election no
flopped, with the falling off of the effect of the I
JO And 8 bmlllj harm but. .
\ II birth boom. In Road :

_'rau__" ., _c..u._ tI....A..t. "a.1..-- _ _ _ _ _ A J. Thomas, Jr. was installedWeiIIesday DeathAlice II* had Jtwr driven n brand

fly during the last two new Chevrolet, tint of Torode's
night as Chef de Gare
group of youngsters Cost Per Pupil of Vulture Locale No. 1388. of the Lucas 42, a resident of garage and I parked briefly at

j war babies" reached I 40 & 8. the American Legion's' Maoon, Go. who was visiting Marry lloiiiton'. Serlco Station. I
,
|:-Now It seems to havell'arUn 'honorary and funmaking lIoclet.j Thclma Atkins on the Gainesville ..... -..-- ---- -----'- '-I J AM ho pulled out of the I

said, for the $180.50 Yearlv The Installation took place highway, was fatally wounded last TM.NSK: : :MOMF.t11': IN pictured alx"e a* vote were I.nll: counted I In nun of the nlp-aud-luck r..I.M.1 Htailon going cast' on MndlKOII .

Lwk.ut the I' Legion hall here with A. C. Prlntz, Thursday night when struck on Major ..n.lhI31. J. I'. Itohert. (lower left) In all Intnrootvil. .5ia; .<........... 8t.' he brimtied feiulernwith

of operation. I Grande de Gure of Department of the highway by a truck. She was --,- another our. traellncwent. '
(hOol had 79* young- Florida.,.. Installing officer a.-// brought to the Starke Medical Damage some 'ISO to
roll books and theaed Money expended by the Board of
I sisted by Lowvry Davis, Grande .Center where she was pronounced Bradford Counlians? Get Bad Case W Jitters Mnndy new Chewy and e'similiar
I 59 S. This made Pubic Instruction un the county I the olh.rcoar.
dead l amount to
respondent on arrival. .
l')2') considerably short :j school system last year totaled54,23J.7n. I '

1OIl..n.1me.!! >< thitIf ; ,' $3 acnording to $n announcement -I I Other! officers Installed were: The, driver of ttxfffuck which' : < ----ew. -1'"Think
Dwight L._Qulllvan Newborry. 'SE'EN' HEREriHERE -
I' hit
If roll books last yean I this Veeli' by H -W her. .Bugene 'lurVey Ocala ALUTSKY' EVERYWHERE- I'll May In bed next
This, Chef de Train, A. L. Croiiby, Jr.. negro ssld1ie. had : '
car ,
the enrollment would Morgan. superintendent. Starke, CommUaalre Intendant andCorrespondent .r apparentlyrun I : ..1..tI..n day," Mimdy,moaned.
lib a little bit yet. butt ; amount was spent on a total, out of gas and Instead. of pullIng .
; T M. Finloy Lake off ; ____ _____.
It Kill approach last country enrollment of 3,020 stu- i on the side of the road H'

I dents he added. I Geneva Conducteur; George liar- she left It In the traffic lane. In It 'ng tall (Zalutsky I la five feet six),
I ber Gainesville Garde de la Porte; If a rat halO nine llvr..- Leo the law must weigh carefully Starkeltes will probably
:New Teacher This means that a total of $180.SO which she was driving. She left hU man had long hair so close.
curly
I Cyril Boyd Newberry, Lamplste; Zalutnky muni. have the .miper and then decide whether or not It Wainwright
when
of classes are now was spent by the county on each Gainesville the lights on and stepped out on human to be In nine is worth Investigating. (Zalutsky wore a crew cut) ; and recall the 1949 election -
Jos. E. Crawford potter
'the U.S.O. building pupil during the year and with ISO the left side of the car and. when at time. there were other discrepancies. nosed out his opponent by
Aumonler A. Y platen one
Partin said. while days In the school year It- boils ; Dr. Covingtou he finally saw her she .was stand. Kalutsky must. tw one of the only IS vote This time VValu-

touches are being put I down to about $1.03 per pupil per Starke, Medecln; and Slgsbee Ing on the center line of the high At least that's how It seems to must agile and ft.,,,.>tlni{ "Several' people, particularly' wright widened the gap a little

new classrooms built day. This. Is a record the School : Prince and George Barber Gainesville way. local law enforcement officers men ever t.o hit thin. owtlon those lUIng III lonely area more edging. Robert out by 45

Mrs. Martha Smith I Board la proud of, Morgan said and S. T. Bozeman New. Harvey said a car approachingfrom who have literally been "run rag of the state II"'" hie to be hate reported someone run- votes. Roberta gathered 537 votes

teacher, Is holding; I for the nationwide average for berry as Chemlnots the opposite direction was ged" this week tracing down rumors to really Occupy all the unol* nlnil behind their house at as compared with Wain. Wright's
Vulture No. 1388 has Jurlsdlcllon -
.Ik'. Club. The U.S.O. larger city schools figured $J46 GII- swerving so he had to cut back Into and reports from would,be In which he hat been "sewn"during night, or have* had their housebroken "" 982.

>t also be used as an per pupil for the school year. con- christ over and Alachua Union Counties.Bradford his lane pretty fast as he triedto Informants who are sure they the past ten dayn.The Into and food and W. T. (Billy) Jackson again leda

he saul as the BHS siderably more than Bradford pass her. The body of the have seen the notorious life term clothIng taken. Theoe are tmu- four man field In the Council

I I. being remodeled to County's expenditures. truck struck her. and the force of er who fled the State Prison In a day' after the escape", one ally In widely separated lo.i race. Jackson garnered 610 votes

Ihrary. When possible Of the total amount spent approximately County QualifiersTold the blow threw her approximately spectacular escape on Labor Day. female res dent of Klnicatey Lake 'at Ion.*. makliiK It litiponxlblafor while. the second man In the lineup

II I awmblies are held I 581,000 was raised In Of to feet from e. called In to Inform officers. that one man 'n he doing .It Paul Bridges, collected 559.
ChangesIn the roadway. .
tic stadium where the the county by taxes. which meansI Prison authorities launched the she had surprised Zalutsky prowlIng all. Bridges. was pushed hard all the'
,.: 14 cent Election Laws Sheriff P. D. Reddish laid nc around the back of her home In S. however
ty Is much greater.: I that the county spent only most extensive and Intensive nationwide way by George Kope-
ole returned to school I per pupil per school day. Out of inquest will be held and no charge. manhunt In the Florida broad daylight He ran down to The best story to date came'In lounos whir ended up just 18 votes)
> find the costs. of election out of the will be filed against the truck the lake stole a. boat and rowed, late Tuesday' afternoon short with 541.
10 new teachers i, this amount came With the city prison's history last week, but so The The race for second
them when they walk. I transportation: the operation of way, A. J. Thomas. Clerk of the driver. far all they have had to work on across the water to a far shore. sheriff office received. a report position In the council ballotIng -

or. Three of them are 23 buses. which travel approxlpiately Circuit Court reminded persons Is a ser:es of rumors and tips reported and safety. she sail, So far. officers that two men. wh> were fishingon was nip and tuck all the way

In the high school ; 988 miles every school day. planning to qualify for the spring OPS Meeting from this locale. Opinion have found no trace of the the Santa Fe River near Graham and an announcement. at the half
mil assumedIn transported 1,457 that recent legislation '" man nor have they found the boat had spotted a man mark found In
seven Last year they primary differ: some believing that Zalut- sitting on way Kopalouao! the
the elementary school children back and forth to governing elections of ,this type Held Here MondayApproximately sky Is still hiding out In this area. he allegedly rowed across the lake. the river bank cooking part of a lead. by 15 votes. Junius Smith
.
I school every morning and after was passed In the 1951 Le&l lature. while others are just as confident Several nights later Corner Ferryman cow which he had killed the car- the fourth candidate ended up

t Mr. Dat'Iw.n noon. The most Important change he 20 Starke business that he has broken through the left two pairs of pants anda I cass of which waa laying beside with a count of 266.

> high school teachers Other Items for which the money said are the qualification dates and professional men met In "Iron wall" and Is probably backIn shirt In his. car at Klngjley and' him. So far th. off'cers have not Chief of Police W, E. ( Ebb) ,
Davison! William Dietz I and Solicitorsare the Court house Monday night fora the next morning they were gone. located the Thornton
Is spent Include a 30-cent luncheon All county Judges some of his old haunts hundreds fisherman the cow continued to wave a I.
d Sprow Davlson. I Is for' 15 cents, and new buildinK./ of required to qualify with the Chamber of Commerce sponsored of miles away. About three o'clock that same, slayer the cow or the fire. But rabbit's. foot over Earl F. Miles lathe

.nisi and English. for I' which there are seven classroomsthis Clerk of the Circuit Court by meeting with Office of Price Ce. moraine Jack Trawlck who nlv> at lean the river was there, they chief's race as he gathered 631

Wit be well qualified. year. not to mention text- noon. February 1. Other county Stabilization men. The. OPS representative In Ihr meanwhile, the fart I've. on the lake was awakened i *Hd.. votes contrasted with the 468 tallies .

Ive1 Phi Beta Kappa I books teachers utilities library officers may qualify up to noon, explained the most. that the desperate criminal by doits/ barking. Hashed a light on But In spite of all the wild goose' collected by Mile The margin -

e Rradiiitlon: from the I! books v'sual' aids repairs and March 13.Other Important rules and regulations his dock and saw a man who ran chasing. Investigating officers this time was not so great as
nl Florida. He Is a I maintenance and a host of others Items. of Importance to concerning price stabilization and' might be lurking In till areaha off through the water. st:11 apprecIate people staying on In the last election when Thornton

Qfavllle attended candidates he answered number afflicted a large Miginent their toe.. and
and 1 to the prospective a of questions S. reporting any running In a field of three, totalled
'inued to page 9> (Continued page 8)I said are the restrictions on cam brought to' their attention by I of the population of Bradford A gentleman, who resides on snsplcloun. characters or happenIng more votes. than his", two opponents

palm expenditures restrictions on those attending. County with a bad case of Tenth Street reports he flaw Zalut But they add. they would combined.

contributions. reports and records Mrs Marion Howe executive Jltt..roI.The sky standing behind' a tree next like It still better If the resident. Carl Johns who ran unopposed
S URE IT WAS HOT! I of such spending and contributing of each section would (Continued
I The law also requires each secretary of the Starke Chamberof game of "I spy Zalutsky" to the railroad track. He watchedthe and decide upon one get together to page 8)
Commerce said the learned haa had person In each
group some amusing angles/ man for a while' anl "Zalut.IIky'
:
candidate to appoint a .campaign that they were controlled by while of locality to phone In a report. This
some the reports have finally moved out and hoppeda
treasurer and designate any bank I OPS In a number of way. of which sounded like the real thing. At passing freight train. The Informer duplication would stop a lot of unnecessary L L.RETIRED I

'to the Jacksonville lawfully operating In Florida as they they were entirely unaware. any rate any law enforcement officer was certain this was the and save time for
his campaign depository. everyone, all around.In .
fau the mean temper-. She said a number of townspeople will tell you there have been convict because he had carefullyread ".5.
number of other
There are a requirements -
e month was 83.8 de- that must be compiled affected by the OPS rulings, were plenty of th,m. So many In fact Zalutsky' description. However the nMftnwIille keep '

with August of 1941 with. Thomas said and prospective not present and may be In for a that It would be Impossible to InVestigate h* forgot to report the In. your ey... and ear open." Zaull-

e of being the hottest candidates would du well to check rude awakening at some future each one. Consequently -.1 cldent until the following day. and sky could he under your bed

with him In his office well beforequallflr.tlon date unless they learn Just how I as each tip or rumor floats In, even then described the man as be- you know.Radar .
the ,
agency affect. them. .
deadline.
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"b .....1,1 b.. the hot- ,--- for another meeting. with these I GROWERS WILL VOICE OPINIONSON
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on record, even menIn the near future the date I DetectionOf
< he" FARM PROGRAMS FRIDAY
1878 rrrnrd of which will be announced later
GI HOME LOANSON
l.4.
but Hurricanes
a four-day
She urged every business and ,
"II lowered the. pro-1 I All over the U. 8. meetings are wide report
av..r.I..t .
AGAIN fesslonsl man i In Stark. to be '
three day nf present for that meeting. being held to obtain opinions from "What the Department want Subject At Rotary

1 Mere also alxive farm folk on the operation of the and newts are the recommendation -
A. J. Thomas. Jr.. Service
County
The coolest summer on record at various agencies of the Depart of farmers and other Interested Professor. 1'<1. II. Latour of the
5 the Jacksonville station was In Officer, announced this week Sgt. Henry Golt berg ment of Engineering
Jacksonville Veterans Administration Agriculture Such a In agricultural. for the Improvement College, University of
that
Usually enjoys cool : 1929 when the average temperature the Office lie-enlists Overseas meeting will be held Friday Sep. of farm' program" Florida was guest speaker at the -
was once again
t la. thlt temperature was 79.3 degreesThe from tember 11, at 2 p.m. at the courthouse Mr. Dyal said He explained that Rotary Club &&ra1
applications veterans
accepting Wednesday
ha 10'< unusually prolonged cold of 11Starke.. L.. L. the of giving an
despite the heat for G I. Loans with whichto F rt. Henry J Gottberg. Jr.. son announces purpose the survey la to gel Interesting
But on August 14. the laid winter, followed( ( by the hottest of H J Gottberg of Dyal chairman of the Bradford a critical analysis of the Depart : account of the radar
,
build home to Klngnley
a or purchase a .
station( reported that summer In many years. has caused home already built. He stated that Lake. has re-enlisted. In the regular County Mobilization Committee. :,, ment'a farm policies with the ultimate detection and plotting of hurrl.I .

temPerature got down much speculation about a "change the VA Direct Loan was the only Army for a ptriod"!! of six and also chairman of the PMA objective of Improving service -I canes.
V
as. e 80.degrees. la seasons. e COne kind of G. I. Loan that would be years., according to an announce.merit Committee. to farmer I Illustrating his talk, the speaker VCol.

dl'tlll1& scientist reported last winter available to veterans In Bradford bY Headquarters 1st Infantry I All farmer and others Interested I showed movie taken at the'
23 temperatures. and warned that there Isn't I Division Darmstadt, Ger In radar station at the
County Reading
I13. when the mewl that the Earth Is now enterIng I Agriculture are Invited lr. Specialist College ofEngineering I T T. Long of
many.
much available for direct I Starke was
: cio of money attend In reviewing the policiesof
; during
or above. Into a new 50-year cycle recent hurricane
The Addresses retired .
'h **' 99 degree" cold winters after enjoying mild loans. at the present tlrrfe. I Sgt. Gottberg entered the Army the 12 agencies of the Depart. LionsDon seaxin. H* said that a a full colonel last Saturday .
on based after 27
l'I' thlt Thomas stated that veteran Interested In August 1948. After basic ment of Agriculture farmer will I year of service In
low was 71 on winters for some time. traln-'I Parker the newly hired upon past experience. the Jackson the National O.iard and
In obtaining a G I. Loan In* and leadership school at I be asked to recommend change U. S.
Bradford Countlan. "ho could contact him and that he Jackson. 8. C. he was assigned! suggest new program, and advise reading. specialist for the Bradford vllle area has only one chance l In Army. HIs last assignment was

"1'1 oat that the .safe sMe" I would aid them In obtaining and. In February 1949 to a Signall what portion of present program County school system spoke to ,50 of being In the direct path of a a* Inspector general at Camp
the
"oa
po..tur.. .wen .non want to be. | filling out the necessary application Company with the 1st Division. I I I could be abolished The finding the Lion club during their regular hurricane. Stewart. Ga.

tkphl. ........... of will start soon laying In a : forms. I Ii During his tour of duty In will bo submitted to the Stat dinner meeting Wednoadty night, I The speaker Cot Long ha* served In the Far
5e II..k of .._lInllI good supply of fuel oil nl'lightered" Furope he has visited Italy and Agricultural Mobilization Committee Parker who has a college minorIn I was Introduced by East, Including stations In Japan
i France. psychology', addressed the A. J. Thom.... Jr. who had charge and Slam and recently! completed
knot ------ -- I to become a part of a statt- group
I
I C I on "Edu .Uon Through Reading' 'of the program for the day. two and a half year. with the oc-

cupational force In Germany.

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I PEACHIEST MYSTERY OF THE YEAR j Military Rites the-\RU police OK force THANKSTti of: this city (OFFir-I.U.riwrk SEU.if the) A.rin.1 uli T".n.i.. .

Bradford County Telegraph Held Here Sunday I want to express my gratefulness Fly Myrtle T. r>ear, p..pun, .,. '.
A I r u< koa\ riii e I Is hoping the myaterv will I toward you for showing such cooperation <. 831| 4t '
ESTABLISHED 1879 E.L. MATTHEWS. OWNC..-.DITO* abandon./ ) bitn ill Her In Sturke b,- cleared up when l Uie owner i't I For Sgt. Robinson during the funeral procession OTIC:'K-TO APPEAItIn "
last "cnk and an yet no trace of IIh. (truck arrives In Starka this .
of hiuibnnd the late my llrndroril .
resident of the areaIn ,' rltea held here <<>? .,
the driver hUll been round, according week One Military were M Emmett Robinson, who rlnrl.ini' In < liniHrrr.Purtlai .
to Sheriff P D tleddlBh. which the truck wa abandoned Sunday afternoon for M Sgt Sgt Sutphln, Plaintiff, ,.. (' ;
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....bll"h.,1 Every ..rid"" anil, .Kulered as Second The sheriff said that A JThonuiB I ,,nld the .small refrigeration motor Emmett Robinson who was kllletin wai a native of this city and dm1' Kaillne ; ,.Di/fonUant .,'""",,,"" I.r.--'.:.;:..
his liedlrln't Cae. 1 .
In the service of country No IOZI ..
C.UWK Mutter at tint Pout. OUl.." at htarke ."1a. reported the truck to him ran until it ran out of gas but no a truck accident in Korea last N".I... '1'0'ppe".. I 11 'hit
I back to attend to n while with only die for me. but for you To: Mra. Earllna B Sutuhm 'I" '.n"
for
after it remained parked one ever came December 22 serving
.
also, that might continue to whotix r..ldencllo and address | ; I 0. ...
we
Ie
Member G> 1951 several days on a street close to Why the driver abandoned the Service Battery B6. live In a free country May God 1 lIol Sixth tltr.et, Llttl* Rack, ..Arkansas. goo "'," ",",or"Po"',',,,,,,,,
,
Ills hoiiHc', truck Is the real mystery the Robinson had been In the service > } !: I. ,.'e, Ot
bless and forever. you are hereby I It' I ,
notified <
The owner of the fruit was fin sheriff said, for he had already since 1941 and was serving as a keep you ault for Divorce ha been that A Apt 111''Jd'", ,, 11
filer
rlpilon' $:.715 ,\ $l.GO For Six Month ally located and found to bo a driven it all the way from Maryland supply sergeant In his unit at the To the National Guards: 1 DKBlnat you In the .above named I Y, ''I a,Rd. Aloto..
Sulry
>> fruit broker with the Wlnn & and had only 400 more miles time of his death. haven't words In my vocabulary to I'Court quired and to aerve cause a copy and of you your are re. I< "I'' I, liSI.'oqUlrtj I, '
Love Grocery Co. The broker to go before collecting the freight tie is survived by his father.., :. express my gratefulness to you for or pleading; to the complaint anawer .",k, 104 dl' OOU". >t '
after fee. If he had to abandon such splendid service rendered at nn tha Plaintiff Attorney, T. 'rel" 0"1. I
came to Starke and making I planned Rev James Robinson of Reno; his 'Frank Landrutn. Starke, ''n 'RPh '.,n hi"
arrangements to haul the peaches the truck, he wovld probably have wife, Bertis Robinson, and adliughtt'r the graveside of my husband. May and file the original, in the Florida office, Wlln."XI.fou. .,....ib. '
back to Jacksonville, decided they I done so after collecting the freight both of Lincoln you forever stand In the name of of the Cleric of the Circuit Court on'' .e.. 01 81"k, h...
Gwendolyn
(J fL'!<< tt or before tha 84th day of September 2Q. n51
worth and turned the not after the truck country as he did.
weren't It : money; driving City; two brothers, Robert J. your l9fJI 'h.r1" the ""Katlona: of i (OFF ICtAl.
load over to the sheriff to dispose to within a few hundred miles of Robinson, St. Augustine, and T -Mrs. Bertice Robinson! : aid feaaed. Complaint by will be taken aa eon. t1'y A SEALI, CIfII I '
of he fit As result a his final destination. you.Thla Myrilt T. .. :
an saw a Sift. Julian Robinson, overseas; and Gwendolyn notice ahall be publlnhed Chaa R H....0. .
number of people swarmed the The sheriff's office Is In receipt and a sister Wllehmenta Brooks once each week for four oonaecutlvt Atty.R"l"" ln. .. ."111-11. ,
That Still Works truck as It was parked on Temple' of bills for gas and Ice that were Reno. Midget Pencil Sharpeners. Ideal for PIt.
I An Honor System Ave. to buy peaches at a dollar
last of Robinson arrived for home .... $1.83.: Bradford
hamper Wednesday. morning I bought Wednesday, only one The body Sgt. u. Only ,
In the shadow of the cheating scandal !at West Point and after per the sheriff turned the truck|I i I day before the truck was left, here Saturday and funeral County Telegraph.NOTIQH .

I just prior to the University of Florida's first football game over to Billy Dowllng for storage, This doesn't sound like the action services were h ld Sunday afternoon I TO AFPKAIlIn
of the (Wyoming, Saturday) we'd like to relate a story and dlnpoaul of the cargo of a driver,who Intended to abandon In Mt. Moriah M. E. Church Clrralt Court, Bradford C4.n,rFlurldivi >
year .
Burial in the Odd Fellows In Cttntirfwr.Annii -
about the Florida team, obtained from several very reliable So far, no trace of the driver I Uie truck the following day, was the Bennla, plaintiff, vs. Samuel
\ Lincoln with
, higher tribute to those players in our has been found but the sheriff*I the sheriff said Cemetery. City 1.. Bennla. Defendant.
sources, which paya a I local National Guard providing a Caaa No. S634ottir
, mind than a unanimous vote to All-Amencan honors for the I firing squad. > T.. Appear.To .
would be. Story Of Jim Thorpe for whom Thorpe turned from .. : Samuel L. Bennla, whoee realrt -
J entire squad I I nce and addreia la: 1175 Weat
J the Florida roster who I track to the more glamorous aport Karma Itoad. New York.
Last spring, there was a boy on Told In New Film of football and became the nation'* ADDRESSES You are hereby notified that a
with the freshman eleven milt for Divorce has. been filed
had just finished playing a year doming To Florida number one star. Just prior tc OF INTEREST A>alnnt you In the above named
: and made a great record for himself, so much so, in fact, that marrying, Thorpe won both the I Court and cauae .and you are requlr* Make
1 counting heavily on him for this Ford D. Box 142, St.Marys ed to nerve a copy" of your answer.
the Florida coaches were "Jim Thorpe All American decathlon and penthalon events In Manning or pleading; to tho complaint on th today
year's starting lineup. Prior to that, the boy had been a high'I the fitrm biography of Jim the 1912 Olympics and was pro Ca. PInlntlfCi Attorney T. Frank
' .1 school standout and even though he was from a small town, Thorpe, voted America's greatest claimed "the greatest athlete In H. D. Smith S. S New Jersey, -jindrum.the[ original Starka In ,tha Florida office.and of file the
football fan inFlorida knew his name and record. athlete by eportswrlters all over the world" by the King of Sweden care Texas Oil Corp., Port Arthur, Clerk ot the Circuit Court on or before J)
every six months la Texas. the lat day of October, 1951! your
the country ago, Charles Blckford the role
most essays
the
violating the Honor System, otherwise the allegation of laid ? day
This boy began obtained the scheduled for the Florida Theatre of "Pop" Warner, Thorpe's coach D. G. Peters, Box 2331 Chris- Complaint will be taken as con
; cherished tradition of every Florida student. He creen this Sunday and Monday. and friend Others in the cast 1 tobal. Canal Zone. 'eftned' by you.
, answers to an examination in advance and began selling them Playing the role of Jim Thorpe Is Include Steve Cochran, Jack Big'' Cpl. Donald L. Alvarez NS33003197 : once Thin each notice week fthAlI for four be connecntlve publfiihed
I. at a dollar per to the few who would buy them. He then obtained Hurt Lancaster a former athlete Head and Suni Wan loud, S18 Eng. Combat Co.. APO week In the Bradford County Tele buy United
. : a complete Military Science examination and began Phyllis Thaxter plays the girl[ himself. Sit, care PM, New York N.:V. Krnnh.! Dated this 29th day ot August, States

charging 50 cents per person to look at the questions in advance I A". ---
. : to those same few students*. The Honor Court never

caught up with him /efense

But, his teammates did. And the steps they took speak BondsTHE
higher for those men than anything else they could have

clone. They called this player off to the side and literally ran C.
\ him out of school. There was a story' in nearly every daily 1.

paper in the state telling of the boy's leaving school, but McCRIFF

naturally, no details were mentioned. That team threw the 11:;

boy out of school for cheating! even though they knew he C.itl. .c... .
would be a mainstay on this year's unpredictable starting .4/tE..h. '
S-r
lineup .i1t/f' '
}
Now, this boy is again on the squad. He is there because /",-

j the players decided to give him another chance. A vote was TREASURY'S
taken with the understanding that if one man voted against
,
,I him, he couldn't return to Florida and the team. The team

'I voted him back on the squad, but on the condition that he
New Defense
would be thrown out permanently if he should even attempt Huge Bondl

" to violate any of the principles, for which the University ofr'

Florida stands. For that matter, should anyone of the team WAS LAUNCHED

r'1 decide at any time during the year that he no longer wants to
play with the boy, the man will be thrown off the squad


t. and It out is of gratifying school. to know that the Florida football team is On Labor Day, SepteniSer!

,; made up of men of that calibre, particularly in the face of all
I'd the criticism they have taken from the football fans of Flori FOR THE PRICE OF THE REFRIGERATOR ALONE !
For
three long centuries America
;:! da. Saturday, when that team meet Wyoming in the Gator ,
' Bowl in Jacksonville, it'll be the greatwt.. team J Jn the nation ... stood for "opportunity" and the lonj-
to us-win, lose or draw. '" >>. ahead to the future. Today ourcwfci\ !
looks to the years ahead, and with JK;

Defense Is Your Job Tool reason for optimism than in any other?
.
on.ii10V :: on earth. Americans believe in the Ii'
: The Defense Bond Campaign, which started on Labor I" and
\. .\.' we prepare for it. :Make sure of'
I Day and continues through October 27, is a challenge to all ",.\\\ personal security by investing now in Us
, Americans to mobilize the power of thrift behind our national @ p. '" States Defense Bonds. E\ery three k

I drive for peace, progress and prosperity a,, No. you invest today becomes four dollw

. The symbol of the Campaign Is the 'American Eagle, C>< V'" 0" ten years from now.

standing on guard, ever vigilant and ever strong. Peace is p.o .\" .,:!,, 1 for the strong 1 This Defense Bond Campaign is designed E Defense Bonds another 10 years. \t#

to mobilize the spirit of community thrift behind the power ahead here is how they will add u|>-

j for defe-nse-the i power for peace-that this Nation is bring $75.00 plus 10 years equals 1100
, ing to bear in world affairs $75.00 plus 20 years equals $1 &

i In reporting to the President, Charles E. Wilson, Defense In 20 years you will receive 77 p pi!
Mobilization Director, recently stated : "Whether the men more than cost pri e. Your Bonds artk

of the United Nation are engaged In combat or are standing than ever! This means you can plan

" on a truce line makes no fundamental change in the need definite goals-like a new home, a to

! for building strength for the defense of freedom throughout of your own, a good education for yo*

the world The program must go forward with the same dren. And this money you imest it
.
force whatever happens in Korea. The assault by Soviet Communism country today is used for America'st:

l in that corner of the globe was but an episode in the to promote the general welfare':

long term' struggle in which we are engaged." .., citizens to bring the blessings of i

j Our country through the Treasury Department is asking '< and freedom to all. Defense Bonds f

: us to produce more, spend wisely, and save more, not just personal security; they help to keep or
, for tht' duration of this Campaign, but on a daily, weekly way of life safe forever. F.ememt-

and monthly basis. The saboteur behind our lines today is NEWI G-E SPACE MAKER LAZY SUSAN. De5igned to fens-e is everybody's job. Defense ii
, inflation. Diversion of manpower and materials into defense etorage .pnee in your G-E !tefnierator.- the thlna for aive leflovers YOII !tidy.Spins usable at job. Buy your full share of UnitedJ

I' channels leaves a huge gap between our spendable income and -. with toucb colored of your lids.linger.Hold alvinl easy access to food. five attrac ve clear alass jnrs a1 Defense Bonds.
nearly a each.
the goods available for us to buy. In the days, months and quart

years ahead, it is our duty to ourselves and our country to put
I ever dollar we can into savings. DEFENSIs

." Defense Bonds are not only the safest investment any

one can make, but their purchase at this time of national

emergency gives us an opportunity to join in closer! partnership
with the men and women in our Nation's growing armed

forces. Surely, \\e should; show the millions of boys and I
girls in uniform who are stationed throughout the world OUR Job

ready to defend you and me that we want to help them as SPACE MAKERREFRIGERATOR
much as they are helping us.

And remember, the Defense Bonds you buy and hold area

basic nest-egg for your own financial security They may be

the fund with which to send your children to college, to buy BUYU.

a new home, to supplement your retirement or to meet unforeseen Mad.. NC
emergencies in the future. IISEPUU' .
REFRIGERATOR
You may feel that the $18.75 you pay for a $25.00 Defense SPACE! A full 8.2-cu-ft-gives you M more r"ad.tnl. yellow and arey color combinatIOn.DISHES (OVENWARE t ). Complete. set in match.
Bond--or even the Defense Stamps* buy isn't than p"l"her, btolter dIsh, two ca..erole. in.cludesspace. vina desiil1 beveraae
you helping alorage space mo.it refrigerator i! t now in uie two IIIdvldual-slze, bowls.
much with the billions of dollars we must have to accomplish occupying the same floor area! I
J
our defense goal. You are wrong. The sum total of our FEATURES! Redi-Cube Ice S. Defense
trays, fruit-and-vegctable .
strength in this great thrift program cannot be achieves Holla-Drawers I big meat drawer, rustproof durable A /
without everyone's help. Uemember the slogan of this De shelve)! rlSI OUr !
fense Bond Campaign-"Defense is YOUR job, too" ( neighbors
DEPENDABILITY! Famout O-E aieJ-in refrig- : The Safest Invest!"
Support Our Home Industry crating. system. Over 2.700.000 O-E Refrigerator in V"-Iu.t aar. yo n.i9hbors who
uvs 10 own c.1 1.lo.ao..
year or longer! d.pandobl. th.y aral how
We've all been pulling for industry to locate In Starke, Ganeal II.ctrle I. your Th.y'll b..t buyl Olvo you many good r.a.o.a why In World To

and now largely due to the hard work of some and the help HURRY DOWN TODAY n.... ... the n.w mod.l. you, 0,1 d.olor hac fo, the
of many, the Big Dad factory is in operation. Now for the SEE THIS BIG G-E BONUS OFFER olwoys b. olad ,au bouoht (HIG. you I You'll'AND

first time, a manufactured product bears the label-Made In

Starke. *
We would like to suggest a campaign to back up our local .

industry by having all of us-Wear Starke Made Clothes, J. McGRIFF
Of course, we know and realize that the output of the factory .
la so great that we could not possibly keep thern busy mere FLORIDA BAN

ly by our wearing Starke :Made Clothing. But certainly i It 145 E. Call St.
would be a good idea to back up our own local Industr)'. Starke, Fla. \
Farming is the principal occupation in Bradford County STARKE
and every farmer wears work clothing-which may be AUTHOfffZEO DEALER at
bought in a local clothing store. The farmer who buys Starke

iviade Clothing is doing something to help local industry and GENERAL ELECTRIC
helping fellow Bradford County folks employed in the factory. Member Federal Deposit 1 Iiwurtf

btarke So i let ? wear Bin Dad clothing. It's one way to help REFRIGERATORS MEMBER I FLORIDA NATIONAL:
and Bradford County to( grow and prosper i





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days As a result, there was a southern farmers using irrigationThe I funeral of a friend, E. B. Absteln, I I Sunday morning, Sept. 23, at 111:I New Tarzan Film Cpl. Thompson

hasty reshuffling of plans and article In effect, said agrluluiral at Island Grove Sunday afternoon, o'tlock. Everyone Is always welcome -
here they are In Bradford County experts had testified Ir BROOKER | and also visited relatives In Hawthorne I|I I, to come to our church and Filmed In Africa Injured In Korea

And, Mrs. Meng added they rlgatlon raid off for most southern Mr. K. J. Lewis1l'Mt4 worship with us at any time. I. Coming To Park .
l wouldn't leave for short I. Cpl Howard L Thompson, son
/ anything farmers during this year of Mr and Mrs Ovid Lewis and Community News)
i of bankruptcy. From the looks of prolonged dry weather. They did daughters, and Mrs. Annie Lewis Surely looks good to see Howard "Tarznn s Peril", the first Tar- of Mr. and Mrs M L. Thompsonof

things on the Meng; farm right say however, that they were still : Bimlnmttt Meeting of Starke spent Sunday afternoon Brown home from the Orlando can film to bo produced In Africa i Jacksonville, formerly of Law
now, we'd venture Members of the \.'.,fS met In the has been with the
to serving
r say that without final statistics indicating with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Sanitarium He reports that the Is slated for the Park Theatre this tey
they'll live to ripe old age right the amount saved by those farmers Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon We are sorry to report that Mrs.L. doctor says he Is Improving rapidly. Sunday and Monday The picture armed force In Korea since April.
A here in Bradford of last week at 3 o'clock He la with the Wolfhound Blues on
County with Irrigation L. Parker .
In comparison to Is a patient in a Jack features Lex Barker as Tarzan
.
the amount lost by those farmer The meeting was opened with pray .on\'ille hospital and hope she Saw Barney and Dot Eggers and and Virginia Huston as his mate, the western front, where he suffered .
i We were driving through Hampton without the "rainmaking" equip er by Mrs Evelyn Willis after will soon be all right. Mrs O. W. children of Jacksonville visiting face and arm wounds on
the other day, Just looking ment.J. which the president, Mrs Lydia Barry and Mrs. Q. A, Gay are al- her parents, Mr. and Mrs T. N. The plot develops around a warbetween May 22 He received his latest

around, but when we saw a solid M. Myers, a Florida agricultural Crosby, gave the devotional entitled so on the sick list. Norman last Sunday. Other week- two African tribes and a promotion on August 21,

white donkey, our eyes did a quick engineer, said that a four- "Salvation Calls for Earn Mr. and Mrs Coleman Dees and end guests of the Normans were scoundrelly gun-runner who Is His address Is: Cpl. Howard L.

double-take and we crawled out acre area of Irrigated permanent : estVork..r..". Closing prayer was children of Apopka spent the Mr and Mrs II. W. Stearns of added to inspire the conflict. Tar- Thompson, US53003S83:\ Co M,

Bradford County of the car to make a picture. HIs pasture had provided 436 ( by Mrs. Jean Douglas weekend with her parent., the 0 Tavares. nan's perilous efforts to atop it 27th R.C.T., APO 25:\, care Post
I'I'I )
[olcomb Kerns pictured In this column with grazing days per acre with 14'attle'l During the business session the W. Harrys. I Mr. and Mrs. Geralit Wilkes and master, San Francisco Calif.
his owner, K B. Watterson.ri Of following officers were elected for furnish the incidents that build to
that old World CS Water from Irrigation The II. O. Browns of Worthington -; family of Miami spent their vacation
I
as i if Yanks are Coin 19 Inches from rainfall. The per 1 the new year: President, Mrs Springs visited Mrs. Mary L with the II. B. KeIlYII.'Mr. a stirring climax.

laiily The. apply to Brad acre gain was 482 pounds of bee Lydia Crosby; First Vice Pres- Green Thursday of last week .. Carrie Edwards, Mrs, W. I Co-starring in the film are
ident Mrs. MeTba Green
Young
Lse days as it did to' Lots of Bradford County farmer ; Lucile Mrs P. O. Hayes and Mrs. Stella A, Colley and sun, Carr, were Douglas Fowley, Glenn Anders,
People's Mrs.
Director
Expeditionary For- are Interested In the possibilltle !Mae Lavely of Gainesville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Alan Napier and Dorothy Dand-
Edwards
] ; Second Vice President!
was written of Irrigation, as was pointed out dinner guests of Mrs Guy Harrell and family Sunday afternoon.
song Barker's third
Mrs. Evelyn Thomas Community ridge This la
In ;
a recent
article In the Telegraph Wednesday night of last week.
exception weit Bobble Crosby the .week
,
,shout I spent
Missions, Miss Lubedla Plnholster
transplantedfry but so little data is available Mr. and Mr.. Alex Williams of end In, Jacksonville with his broth. portrayal of Edgar Rice Bur-
t lone Mrs Dave Green and Mrs. R. F.
week as we make on costs and savings that few Gano Mrs. Mildred Jacksonville spent the weekend er-in-law and sister.. Arsula and rough's well-known fictional char
,
Stewardship
If the county You have tried it out. For what this ; with her parents, the Dave Greens. Otis Crawford. acter.
h Harrell Children's Home, Mrs
If Is worth, L M Ware Alabama ; The H. W. Andersitns of Jacksonville
noticed this,
|eady Agricultural Lottie Edwards; Publicity, Miss Little Johnnie Eggcrs spent last
Engineer, said thai
lilar reader of thlawe 14 Iva Mae Lewis; Social Commltt..e.Mrs. were recent guests of Rev week with grandparents., Mr Inner-Tone Praised
years' results of irrigation of and Mrs W. M. Lawhorn
.(,. have Introduced Mildred Harrell Mrs. Grace and Mrs. T. N. Norman.
newcomers In vegetable crops[ show a 28 percent Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hardy and By People
|f these Barry, Mrs. Gertie Jones and MissLubedla
average Increase In yields of daughters of Starke and Mr. and
week except YearsFolks
| every Plnholster Counselors Ailing for
all vegetable ; Drivers AdvisedTo
crops for all seasons Mrs. C. W. Tompkins of Jacksonville
(Sunbeams) Mrs. Grace Bigham,,
be- of all years The average value of visited the O. W. Barrys last .,
been featured Mrs. Robert Hiers; UA's, Mrs, Get Licenses who've been ailing for
?,. most part they're Irrigation above the costs has been Jenn Douglas.The Sunday.SUNNYBROOK. years and have tried just about Too late to Buy
Slip per acre. Sounds pretty good Before Rush Starts
hardworkers,
farmers, doesn't It? I meeting was closed with everything under the sun report
i
fend to make a go of prayer by Mrs Gano.. amazing benefits from the first
e Judge E K Perryman urged all Residence
Burglary
Tone thing for sure, r llomp DemonstratIon bottle of INNER-TONK. Relief
Well this Is Bradford drivers to obtain
Intel- what we saw I In County
mag the most The Booker Home Demonstration > comes at once to sufferers of nervous -
Bradford County this week their new driver's licenses In his
|c :ream of the crop.number and we Club met Thursday afternoon,, BY Sirs. O. E. Crosby Indigestion, heartburn and InsuranceInquire .
didn't have to
look hard. Seem office as soon as possible In orderto
j, of reasons I Sept. 6, at 2:30: o'clock In the com upset stomachs while INNER-
to us that a number of you folk avoid a last minute runii. He
fiat statement. but them Plans made TONla'S Iron goes right to work
are missing a good bet when you munity center. were Bajlrmt Highway ChurchDon't said the licenses went on sale September now!
minds Is: They starved blood
building
[ our for the and up your
whichat pain up a chance to make 75 cent! year a MembershipDrive forget the Revival at Bay- 1 and the last dale for obtaining and
rd County in and its vitamins soothe feed
hitno with one penny. All you have te Committee appointed as less Highway Baptist Church, beginning them without taking a jangled nerves. INNERTONEIs Charley) E. John
follows Pearl your
do Is drop us a post card, cpstlng\ : Chairman Mrs Sunday night Sept. 16. driver's examination I. September
they all follow a members, Mrs Grace the new liquid tonic made fromNaiure'll Agency
Markey
one cent giving us your tip of ; The services will be held In the old 31.For. Iron
with
ley wanted to farm ostrich egg this the week" Blgham.:: Mrs. Pollle Walt, and herbs fortified I Phone IS STARKE. FLA.
and
we'll either add fact
Corinth Church, owing to the '
those who
i en some other state Mrs I., L Johns.Preparations people bought and Vitamins B-l. B-2, and B-B.
buy their land and Quite your name to our subscription that the new Baylea. Church Is their licenses In this county last Miserable 'people soon feel betterall ,
stupidly for
we asked :Mr. were made
tit furroW. However, Watterson what the jackass'sname list for three months or Just add making slip covers at the next still under construction., year, new licenses have already over. So don't go on suffering) (.a
three months to your current sub Karnes he will been out and have KOCH ... .....
( Bradford County, orvs was and his reply was that meeting, Thursday, Sept 20 Evangelist nays typed they onlyto Get INN :R.TONE at drug
visited here, and Inevitable and unavoidable "Jack:' scrlptlon. We're waiting on your IVrwtnal Item preach on "The Soon Coming of drop by the office and pick them I store otday. "._ntlno TH. TRAVELERS Hartford

I plans go sailing outs Mr. Watterson said he bought the cards and letters.LAWTEY. Mrs G L. Prltchnrd, of Greensboro Christ" at the close of the Revival, up, the judge said. (Adv)

they highball down animal some time ago from Ernie In' spending a few days with 1- .
We have yet In our Dowling here In Starke, and since her daughter, Mrs H. B. Crosby. -

Jie county to find one then he'd been approached by he \ A cooking school, sponsored by
: to sell out and move "didn't know how many people" Clay Electric Cooperative[ will beheld We Reserve

wanting to buy him L. II. riit.h In the community center October t
S Mr. Watterson' naid the animal -- 4. All ladles are invited to PHONE NO. bTARLINua r The Right
!
a dairy farmer just would do everything he needed I The Lawtey City Council mel attend. .

Hampton la another with as little farming as he does In an adjourned session Monday Mrs. T. W. Mnrkey, Mrs. Mattie To Limit
Yankee," havingf these days and he wouldn't sell evening at which time arrange Sowell. and Sam Mott attended the 70 '

Ohio; Toledo to him for anything in the world ments were made to begin collect annual meeting at Little Springs QuantitiesCONFECTIONERS

ripe We stopped byre "Don't miss what he eats," he said tog garbage once a week. This Church near Worthington last Sunday .

Saturday morning and added that the donkey will service will begin as soon as a few ,
meeting Paul, but plow or do almost anything you details can be worked out. The The Cliff Kellys and children

Meng In the milk want him to When we stopped City plans to collect garbage on and L. C. Kelly all of Wildwood

part of that morn- ,,the animal was pulling a cart I Saturday for the present The, visited! their parents, The C. S

IOn loaded with pea vines which Mr. public Is asked to cooperate, with I Kellys, recently

Watterson was gathering to use the driver by having garbage, The Lloyd Dyals and children
: \ for future fertilizer. placed at a convenient place and' have returned from a visit in Savo QTS. Large '

The only objection Mr. Walter In a covered container. Thpre ho" Washington D. C. with the Tom-

son seemed to have to the animal been much discussion of this service .; mle Perslngers. '

was that "He hollers every morn- but this Is the first time 8'' The La von Kellysnnd Miss

Ing before daylight And from definite attempt has been madeto Louisa Kelly of St. I'etersburg
Bleach.C
the tone of his voice when he made ; collect and dispose of garbage.I spent last weekend with their TideC

that statement, 'we gathered that Bobby Whitehead, who Is employed parents, the C. S. Kellys. I
Mr. Watterson was becoming [ at Valdosta, G.i. was home Miss Betty Jo Crosby of Greensboro
slightly disgusted. He said an for the weekend Is at home for a few days ,

soon as he goes down to the stall J. H. Moore went to Tampa with her parents the H. B. Cros I

and feeds him, "the Jackass settles nst Friday to spend some time, bys, before enrolling at the -
down and don't say anymore. with Mr and Mr, C. Y. Mayo, ; sity of Florida. unlver'j
If there's anyone In the county who Mrs. Mayo Is Mr. Moore's daughter. Mrs. Arthur Hall of = XXXXBacon \I.I.l\mAT

has a remedy that will put an end ville visited her parents, the C. S. :

to Jack's bee-hawing before dawn, Mrs Vernon Silcox and son Kelly., a few day. last week
w+ Fast"' we feel sure that Mr. K. B. Wat David and hire Nell Johns and The R. C. Groovers. Mrs. J. H

terson Hampton Florida, will be children spent the day here last Kelly, Mrs. T W 'MRrkl>).. :Mrs Sugar loe Bologna 39
happy to receive the Information Tuesday visiting Mrs. Charle. Mattie Sowell, and Sam Mott attended I Pkg.
Ralhel at the home of her mother the annual meeting st Lit-

Our tip of the week award this Mrs. Will Edwards. tie Springs Church near Worth.

week goes to W. C. Hnrdce of Mrs. J. R. Schultz is visiting In Ington last weekend j

Highland for bringing Into the office Daytona Beach this week. Weekend guests of the E. R) -

t h the largest hen egg we've ever Mrs. Charles Rathel and sons Crosby's were their children the

seen or heard tell of. The egg Ronnie and Eugene, left last Thursday t. C. Howard. and daughter I Smoked LB. Sally Ice 2 PTS.a
for AVrlnn Dianne, of Jacksonville, .
r weighed 6 1-3 ounces and was so their home In Delmar Del-
i.1. big we could barely) cover it by I aware after a visit here with Mrr and the James Crosbys of Gaines e

4. .y a f cupping It in two hands. lathers parents, Mr and Mrs. W.H. vile
Mr. Hardee said the egg cam Edwards. The A I. Manns and family at ;

a bargain from one of his Hampnhire Reds Mr and Mrs. Percy Kelly of! tended church at Fairbanks lasi ZgePER

,and he couldn't tell us which one, Miami spent last Monday night and Sunday.
JM have approximatelyn but his wife thought she could. Tuesday here with the II C. Kelly Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs

their place and are When we stopped by to make a family, E, W lodges were Mr. and Mrs
zing about 60 head of picture of this hardworking hen, Marvin Warren spent[ the weekend C. M Chamber. and children and'

>neft-to-goodneaa milk- Mr. Hardee wasn't home, so we with relatives in Valdosta' Ga Miss Christine Frank of Jackson.

s. Meng said they are photographed his daughter, Helen, Mrs. S. P. Green of Mnrclennj ville.
> 19 cows a day at Mr and Mrm. W, R.
pres- with the egg and a hen which Mrs. spent from Monday till Wednesdayhere Hodges
>e. daily, production rec- Hardee caught It was dark and visiting her son, D. B spent last Sunday In High Springswith JAn 1 LAKCJE: and 1 SMALL PKG. POST BOTH FOR

an average of over she couldn't see very well so we're Thomas, and family their son-in-law and daughter

P" (lay I not sure that the hen pictured Is Miss Ada K'lwards of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. Kermit Slkes.

they heard of'a smaller the, right one, but If It Isn't, it's was visiting her-parpnts Mr. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Apple Sauce IOC' Corn Flakes
In Ocala last weekto one of her envious sisters. and Mrs. Will Edwards, last Sun E. W. Hodges were. the K. S. Carters 27
s>n out. They were and daughter of Fort White

In' adding to their herd day.Mr. Mrs. A(In. Ennls. and Miss Yvonne
and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Sr
lulpment, so they went ,Pot yooklns of Jacksonville and the
and Mrs. Joyce T. Futch and son Dave
Just looking around Greens of Brooker.
Ralph, spent the last weekend In
MOTTLE CARTON I Plus
6 Deposit
ran Into a buy. Ae atheir Mrs. T C. Edwards and son of
Ocoee visiting Mrs. Prevatt'*
, > exploration, they Lawtey and Miss Laverne Hodgesof Small
mother, Mr. S. W. Brown. Super 3 FOR
"I\ new owners of 12 Rrooker attended a surprise
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham of
s and some new equip. birthday supper In honor of L. L

,Pure of less than they E kafr Jacksonville spent last Tuesday Wainwright at his home In Gainesville
with relatives here. i
bought the cows for I. Sunday night.
w4v.to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dye and Pasco
The Molts and children of C
their:>> herd Is registered children of Fort Lauderdale were Gainesville visited relatives here pJ
;r llt thy-re all purebred recent guests of A. M. Blanchard Saturday

can be registered. How. Mrs I* H. Hill H visiting Mrs Miss Mary Mott U spending this

y Put haven't bothered Paul Coursey In Norfolk Va. week In Gainesville with her sister

nit out the papers etc. Mra. LJnnle Gilchrlst of Brunswick Mr. tamp Conerly.

"ft are so many other Ga. spent 'last Friday herewith The R. F. Ganos attended the.
* Want to get done first her sister, Mrs. Mae Wells NO. 5 JAR PURELard LARGE YELLOW
"'hed out a little this On Saturday Mrs. Wells and her -

put In two acres of tosharecropper. sister went to Ocala to visit relatives

"b W a stand and the. prices They Mrs.during and Mrs the weekend.Lonnie Robert WANTED to BUY 79 Bananas
+""ruble Each
tM ;
"n n doing It and that are they half-way came 14yj r.A of here St.last George Friday., Ga. visited relative PULPWOOD LB.loe

the
same thing Nelson Blorker Jr., of Atlantic CROSS TIES

Bench, spent several days herewith .
-"1C (following the and Pine Timber
pat. his grandmother Mrs. A. H
'
to) had originally plan- Harley, while his parents attended
__ ,
'e to Kansas and buy a I I A_ .-.w a forestry convention In Tallahassee. -- O Fresh LB Great Northern LB.

,ul came down here to hollers before daicn. .
OM and Mrs Mamie Oliver of Baldwinwas Will Pay e
stayed here 1C Mrs. Hardee said they have visiting relatives here last

- never had a Hock of chicken that Tuesday.Mr. Highest Cash Prices h 2 I IALL 10

REE layed as heavily as this crop of and Mrs. Clifton Smith FOR ANY SIZE TRACT Beans

' "Reds". And she added, they went to- Walterboro S. C. las is

'I."Pt FREE Removal haven't been fed any special lay-,, week to take their daughter Mist.. I 0
Crippled & Worth. Ing feed or compound; they have Patricia Smith who will stay with

'Isle, Horses Mules done It all on Just scratch feed. 1 her grandmother and attend -SEE-

, Congratulations Mr. Hardee. for school this winter. I
submitting the "tip of the week" Mr and M.... Charncy Yarbrough
132, Starke for which we are adding your and family move
name to our subscription list for last Saturday where Mr. Yar-
\LWA YS COME I this week. u r. Siarke Taxi! Stand
three months, beginning rough I 11 employed.

da Renderers e Mr. and Mr. O. J. Phillips and PHONE 150 CANDY Each 19 Black

We noticed an Associated Press I I I children accompanied by Mr and Starke, Fla. Berries 27(
INC. story the other dJ> In one of the'1 I Mr.. V. R. Reddish were visitingin

- dallies concerning the number of Theresa last Sunday. -

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,i. MIST J anna 1 I il \v II tarr.s Becomes Bride !Miss Betty Dyal, !Mrs Mable Boyer Ida Darby At Thomas Circle D mm- p.rf: ,

Weds Mr. DotsonIn Meets At
Of Mr p nt h In Lovely St Mark's Ceremony 'Bride Elect, I Home On KingsleyMembers Sht>pherd yor,

lonored At Parties Folkston \1.l I I
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j v -.* Betty Dyal); whose mar I Mrs. Mable Lily Boyer of of the Ida Darby circle I the tab""sh I ," ..c' 3

i;.. in Marcus R. Baggett will Stark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of the WMS of the Baptist Joint bin:I J "h t 4

=> an I avent of Saturday afternoon, T. J. Lily of Hinton, W. Va., became church held their regular meetingIn and th 4r t
the home of Mrs. A. J. Thomasat .J
| at- been entertained at several the bride of Donnell Dar- MillerThe Lh ,
Gladys :Mooty I I irtls during the past week I rell Dotson, son of Fred Dotson Kingsley Lake Sept. 11. Mra. i

Phone 35:; M" < Ray Stone and Mrs. Veda, and the late Mrs. Dotson of Durant Ira Wilson and Mrs. Llnnlo I ner table all t iJ A
b entertained at a delightful Okla. at a lovely double Williams were cohostesses. $ :
W ) linen ihl
L-.--- - ...... ... I ,...6. 'rie( shower for Miss Dyal on I ring: ceremony performed Sept. 7. After a swim and covered dish 'lofbeautiful acs "::11II u

Legion AuxiliaryTo !piember 3rd at the Stone's horn The nuptials were read by Rev. 1 luncheon the meeting opened at EnjoYing OOliqUel ofrea,
Miss Lois Newsome j !South' Westmoreland street Wayman R. Cleveland, in the: 2 p.m. with all members repeatingthe and Mr'' I the J> 3htGnP t

Engaged To Wed Honor OfficersAt Mumcrous bouquets of seasonal Methodist Church, Folkston, Ga. 23rd: Psalm, followed by pray. son, Pat .
arc
were used throughout the The bride In from Mrs W. J. Epperson 8Ugl1ttr, :
Buffet wers was lovely a navy er Rr. Ann. or / 1Mrs. .
BarrettThe SupperThe Rrwtaaa
Robert A. reo illS. The refreshment table was blue frock trimmed in pink, with Mrs. W. L.: Andrews, circle C r <4. k
.ittractlvely appointed with a lace matching asse and American Legion Auxiliarywill anll ']
approaching
engagement r 111 p
marriage In announced of honor outgoing officer at a f ..'> edged with greenery and a white prayer book showered the absence of Mra. L. D. son, JackLioness G E ,
buffet In the home, itered with an arrangement of with pink rose buds. Halnes. After a short business
Legion
bliss Lois Marie Newsome, daughter aupper
at' 7 o'clock. hite daisies and chrysanthemums The former Mrs. Boyer has I session the members presentedMrs.
next
of Mm. Eunice: Newsome of Tuesday evening
and the Installation of new officers will been a resident of Starke for the W. L. Andrews with a gift of Club
and Starke
Atlanta. Oa. ,
I IP Mi-s Dyal received many lovely threw She attended milk-glass. candlesticks for her To
late Green B. Newsome, also of be held following supper with Mrs. past years. Meet Sept. 281
Stark., to Robert Andoe Barrett, Betty Spencer, Fourth District 17 .. .itis: of remembrance from her Beckley College and was a teacher outstanding work In the circle for

son of Mr. and Mr*. J. Wylie Barnett President, of Welriulale as installing ,, S'r std'ies' and assembled friends. there the past. year. Mrs. A. J. Thomas The i I.. : .ub
of Jack lion, Mich. officer. The Incoming officers t Miss Dorothy Prescott and Mrs Mr. Dotson retired as a Chief received a lovely Bible from Mr.. regular minl[,

The reremony will be performedon | are : Mrs. I. E. Clark, president ..- e W T Gill gave a lovely inlscel Petty Officer of the U. S. Navy In Andrews for being the only member bu.slne m ,11[ ,1 .
October lf In the chapel of the Mrs. T C. Hazcn, Jr. vlce-preal- '' neo :-s shower Tuesday evening 10-19. Since that time he has who attended every meeting In?, SPill a(, II'
Second Ponce de Leon Baptist I:' dent; Mrs Carson Roberts. necre I : '.
Church, Atlanta, Oa. at 7:30: tary-treanurer; Mm. A. Y Cov .-/00. ., \.k i'I.; .. Arrangements of fall flowers Air Station In Jacksonville. each member a group picture of Bishop prr .itdem pteA
, o'clock In the evening by the Reverend Ington and Mrs Jack Trawick, trf.. 'f-r "' id potted plants were used to Mr. and Mrs. Dofaon are on an the Ida Darby Circle. Hostesses 10' the ten
Carroll Owen IIergeant -at arms; Mrs. A, K. 'la Might points of Interest theme extwded wedding trip In the The meeting closed with sentence Pat Jackson Frsncet
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of CarllBle, historian; Mrs. Mike Gil- 'o't: > The punch bowl was placed Western states. They will make prayers. 'Ted Johns ma Ruhi
Miss Newsome In a graduate : lets
' I hooly, chaplin; Mr.. A J. Thomas :; '' *t one end of the refreshmenttable their future home In Starke. -
capital
the Georgia Baptist r '' which was overlaid with alal't WMU Senator Tiarle. "i
; Jr., Mrs. A. L. Crosby and Mrs.RAY Notice r"t t,
,I School, of Nursing. Since her r .
,, cloth. Tallahassee
L. Stone, comprise the executive ? bu.lneq"|
1 graduation, she has taken polio e the evening bridal games Miss Anlce Green, a teacher In The business and program of last week
During On ]
committee
i' assignments for the Red Cross, "' f. 'I, ..j,. .' ,\ were enjoyed and prizes were presented Jacksonville; was home for the I meeting of the Baptist WMU will tended the board SaiUMl i ,
both In Minnesota and Texan. At rS. t MI t the winners after which weekend with her parents, Mr. and [I be held Tuesday September 18 In Elk's Crippled mPflInj
''I present she In a member of the Rehearsal PartyAt tit// l .dW'. I \ Miss Dyal received a beautiful Mrs. Floyd Green. I the Educational building. In Umatllln. Childral<
Blood Program ataff, Atlanta 'I i' ,:" 1k \ i.
Lake ButlerBrideElect _:...'- ...... table lamp from her hostess and .
.' Regional Blood Center. -- -
from the 20
lovely gifts
v; Mr. Barrett In a graduate of .a I' In an Impressive candlelight low button chrysanthemums and guests.many For tempting tenderness and fine flavor of sensible price

I Jackson Junior College, Jackson, service. Miss Joanna Hill Williams fern. ,
:Mich. He also attended Emory Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill William daughter of Mr. find Mrs. Joe Hill 1 In the receiving line were Mr.
, ,, University and the University of entertained at a buffet supper Williams of Lake Butler, became and Mrs. Williams, the bride and Ways And Means

Georgia. At present he Is affiliated Wednesday evening of last week the bride of Mack Slstrunk Futch, bridegroom, the maid of honor Committee MeetingThe A&P'suIues in meat
S I with Johns Manville Salea at their home In Lake Butler, following son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A'I j bridesmaids, and Mr. and Mrs or

. .Corporation. rehearsal of the Futch- Futch of Starke, at 8 o'clock Futch. Ways and Means committeeof
:i Williams wedding ceremony.Chrynanthemums I Thursday evening, September 6, In Mrs. K. G. Duncan cut the the St. Edward's Catholic

Woodman Circle and white I Ft. Mark's Episcopal: Church, bride's cake, assisted by Mrs. Church met at the home of Us
gladioli were used In decoratingthe Starke with the Rev. Fred Yerkes Wilson S. Rivers. Greeting the chairman, Mrs. Peggy Sheller

L i Plans Installation rooms. officiating. guests were Mrs. Walter Graham I Monday evening. hard beatSHOP

t '' The buffet serving table wa I The church was decorated with Mrs. C. A, Roberts, and Mrs. Marvin Plans were made for a Hal to
Woodman Circle members leathered covered with A lace cloth, and I: candles In branched candelabra Holmes. Introducing. guest lowe'en dance to be held Saturday

I In the hall Tuesday night at. flanking the centerpiece of yellow I ranting a soft glow ove. the set were Mrs. Arthur Hardce. Mrs evening, Oct. 27, at 9 o'clock at
8 o'clock for the regular meeting.Ten rhrysnnthemumaln a white wedge. ting. On each aide of the chancel Leroy Mlzclle, and Mrs. R. M\ the Pelican Club. On the dance

officers were present.During wood bowl were matching holders were baskets. of white gladioli Riherd. The bride's book was kept committee are: Steve Simmons

. ::1. the business session with lighted white tapers. I while vases of white asters were by Miss Betty Jo Fort and Mist tickets; Richard Fowler, prizes;
plans were made for Installing the A & P TODAY
following new officers on October During the evening Miss Williams placed at either aide of the altarA Barbara Jean Roberts. Mine Joe McDonald, advertising; Mike Fl

.1 9: presented her maid of honor program of nuptial music was Janice Brldwell and Miss Gere Gilhooly, decorations, and Mr.
and bridesmaids with personal presented by Mrs L. A Canova, Howard presided over the punchbowls Vaughn/ and Mrs. Shaller, entertainment

I 1 President President, ,Mrs.:Mrs Mae Fronle Green Crews; Past; gifts ) organist, who also played the accompaniment Mrs.. Mrs. Mildred Rivera and committee THESE GRAND VALUE
Assisting Mr. and Mr. WllllamiIn for "The Lord' Raymond Brown played sort
I'v' President! Mrs J. F
FirstJre) caring for their guests was Mrs. music during the reception.
Jaudon Second Vice President, Prayer", sung by the Rev. Leslie Birthday Party
I L T. Dy..r.Attending. A. Shepherd.Mr. Refreshments were served on thE
I Mrs. Clydrt. Tomllimon; Treasurer,
. I Mrs Maude Andrews; Auditor, the party were members Futch had as. best man his lawn by Misses Margaret Rose For Donna TrawickLittle

I .j Mrs. Vlrglo Bark clah'; Secretary, of the wedding party, their brother, Merrill C. Futch of Tallahassee Duncan, Sue Rivers Barbara Ml A ICEBERG .
families, and out of town relic, and Suann Langford. Alac Donna Trawick celebratedher
guests.
I Mrs. Mae Moore; Attendant, Mrs.Ethel Serving ushers were

; I Raymond; Assistant At- Fnos Hayes and Comer Perrymanof John assisting Riherd In serving Mrs. were Mrs Thursday seventh afternoon birthday, Sept.anniversary 6, when f : LETTUCE '
tendant, Mrs. Rose Lee; Musician, B.PW To MeetThe Starke. J. M. Mann Y Customers'y 2 Ige. heads l'
,( | Mrs. Jessie Chastaln; Characters, Mrs. T. M. Riherd, Mrs. J. M. I her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack ? ,
Mesdames Emma Jane Stephenson, Business and Professional The bride, given In marriage by Howard Mrs. M G. Langford Mrs. Trawick, entertained Donna anda
, her father, haAL.s..her maid of Albert E. Barre Misses Kathryn /group of her friends at a swIm-
Eunice Wilson Dorothy Dowling, Women of Starke will meet Mon- the quality food!
Mann of
honor Miss Patricia Wood of Jack Epperson Anita Pagnlnl Gloria ming party pad wiener roast at ]
I and Ann Mulchings. 17 at 7:30 p.m.
day September sold in A&P can'tbe
sonville. Bridesmaids were Mlsi Grasman and Irene Smith. Other the Trawick home on Kingsley products NICE SIZE YELLOW
The Installing officers will be In the St. Edwards Recreation
Jacquelin Hosier of Palatka, and assisting were Mrs. Roger Collins Lake. bought in any other food
[ from the Gainesville Grove, Hall. The will be untie
program Mini Elizabeth Cubb of West Mrs L, T. Dyer, and Mrs. Hal JTM Assisting the Trawlcks In caringfor store.
A covered dish dinner was enjoyed the direction of Mrs Ruth Simmons -
: j | at the close of the meeting. and all members have been Palm Beach. The I attendants* wore ,lne!!. their 15 little guests were Mrs Our customers know that ONIONS 3 Ibs. 1
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Identical gowns of satin, fashioned A. Y. Covington and Mrs. JaneAnderson find wide ,
always a
I The next regular meeting will b, irped[ to attend. After spending some time with they can
I held Tuesday), Sept, us, lf> with sweetheart necklines, car their guests, the couple left for t variety the better brandsof
sleeves, fitted bodices. and long short wedding trip. Upon their food at A&P.:

Mrs. E. C. Priest la visiting ColleyStewartMrs. bouffant skirts. Dutch bonnets of return they will be at home at Surprise Party But they also know that
!relatives In Fort White for two matching satin were also worn. Klngsley Lake. Mrs. Futrb SEEDLESS
I weeks. __ 1'\!. II. Colley announces the Miss Wood wor. mauve with a traveled In a navy shantung suit For Mrs. Colson A&P is the only -place you
If" t of her daughter, Martha can yet Bokar Red Circle
engagement crescent of purple chrysanthemums with matching accessories. She ,
.- Frances, to James T. Stewart while the bridesmaids wore wore a corsage of white orchids. Mrs. Clyde Colson was delightfully and Eight O'Clock coffee, GRAPES 2 Ibs.
of rnlalka, son of Mrs. Elva L. emerald green with deep purple The bride attended Bntam surprised. at a birthday party Ann Page fine foods; Jane .
Stewart of Starke held In her honor Wednesday even
Parker products
mums. School In Jacksonville, local bakery ;
The marriage date will bo an- ing at the home of Mrs. Havana
schools, and the of and many other food pro
University
.
The bride. selected an all satin
Johns and Miss Dot Johns. Hostesses

later. .
I QUALITYhas nounced _
? Florida. ducts made by A&P to high
gown In antique Ivory. The stand- were Mrs. Coition's daughter -
up collar and cap sleeves were enhanced Mr. Futrh. who Is practicing' Mrs. Cecil Douglas and Mrs. A&P: quality standards, for NEW WHITE
Elaine GilhoolyHas by a molded waistline. Her law In Lake Butler, served In the Fred Jenkins.The sale only to A&P customers.

Birthday Party veil of Imported Illusion fell froma Navy during World War II. He refreshment table was setup Try these A&P: products

: no substitute Chantilly lace sweetheart bonnet Is graduate of the University of in the yard where the birthday and let us know if you don'tthink POTATOES 10 1 Ib. bag J.

4 Little F.lalne Gilhooly, daughterof She carried a cascade of white or. Florida Law.School, and Is at present cake and ice cream were served. they are outstanding ,

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gilhooly, chide tuberoses, and lilies of the a lieutenant In the National About thirty guests helped Mrs. values. Please write:
celebrated her fifth birthday anniversary valley. Her only ornament was an Guard. Colson celebrate the occasion.

Sunday at a birthday antique brooch which belonged tc Among the out of town guest. I CUSTOMER: RELATIONS

pnrty honoring the occasion. her maternal great grandmother attending the wedding and reception Covington InstalledAs '. DEPT. GREEN
Ice cream and the birthday cake Mrs. Williams chose for her were Col. and Mrs. AlbertE. A&P Food Stores

were served In the yard from an daughter's wedding a gown of Barrs Mr. and Mrs. Fred C Legion Head 420 Lexington Av.,
i attractively appointed refresh aqua lace with matching hat and" F.cherd, Steve Echerd, Mla Iris New York 17, N. V. CABBAGE ]Ib. r .
At
ment table. Games were playedand a corsage of pink carnations. Mr. Brown Mrs Frank E. Wood, Jr. Tuesday MeetingDr. ,

prizes awarded to the winnera'i)Futch selected a gown of rose. crepe Dr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Rltch, and A. Y, Covlngton. local public
Mrs. Gilhooly with matching hat and a corsage
Helping Mrs E. R. Stanley, all of Jacksonville health officer, was Installed as
her daughter' 29 little guests were of purple asters., ; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P Commander of Jones-Langford- Prices. I In thin a
Mrs. Dock Warren, Mra. Eva Following the ceremony a reception Sanchez, St. Augustine: Mr. and White Post 1\6, The American thru Saturday, Sept. 15
1 Alvarez, Mrs. Clayton Crawfordand was held on the lawn of the Mrs. T. E. Duncan, Gainesville; Legion here Tuesday night,
Mr. Genevieve Solano. bride's parent's home, ""Falracres"In Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay Key. Other officers Installed were:

Mr. and M--Ray;: : Mapel left Lake Butler. The bride's table stone Heights; Mr. and Mrs. William Charles Hardy, let Vice Command- Ru.so Sliced Quick FrozenStrawberries

Thursday of last week for a overlaid with a cutwork cloth, was ) O. Kerr, Palatka; Misses er; E. Leslie Biggs, 2nd Vice Com- 2 Tall fanS
month's to California. centered with a four-tiered wedding Gloria Grasman and Anita Pagnlnl. mander; John M. Godwin, Adju-
We Offer For Your Comparison trip cake and burning tapers In Miami; Rep. and Mrs. D. P. tant; AI K. Carlisle, Finance Officer 21127c

candelabra. Surrounding the cake McKenzie Chtefland; Mr. and Mrs ; Rev. Thomas O. Mitchell,
were arrangements of large yellow M. C. Futch and family Tallahassee Chaplain; W. T. Coram, Jr. Historian 12 OZS.
Art Carved D acI chrysanthemums tied with white ; and Mr. and Mrs. William ; A. J. Thomas Jr., Service Of- t

American tteauty .....STARKE satin ribbon and nosegays of yel- A Cobb II of West Palm Beach. ficer; Carson Roberts Sgt.-at- O's.\GE

I FLA.Frt. Arms; and A. L. Crosby Jr.. SeeberD.
and Goodman and A. J. Thomas, Jr

., Sat. Sept. 14. 15 I Garfield Evans MYF Banquet I Executive Committeemen ? SNOW WHITE Peaches
Bond Diamond Rings A. J. Thomas, Jr., Commanderof S
DOUKLK: FEATURE District MYF Meet Set For TonightThe the Legion's Fourth District 5 LDS.
No,212feSugar 1
in your choice of yellow or served as Installing officer.
Farley Snell of Eau Gallia new MYF of the Starke Methodist I
white Solid Gold The JUDGE ly elected Publicity,Chairman of Church will have a "Back tc 45c 25c

the Florida Conference of the School" banquet on Friday evenIng Skylight Broken -

\\1.hllIbum: Stone Methodist Youth September 1at 8:30 p.m. In By ProwlerIn .
Garfield,
the the Methodist Recreation Hall. '
ANDFrontier guest speaker at I IONA 5
See Our Diamondsand Rvana Sub-district of the MYF Guest speaker for the banquet will Two StoresThe 25 LBS. 10 LBS.

Marshal'R..t..lph told In the Waldo Methodist i bo the Rev M. M. Glbbn, pastor
Church Monday evening September of the Hendrlcks Memorial Methodist skylights of Both Carpen- FLOUR 1.65 68c 3
Scott, Nancy Kelly
10. Mr. Snell gave a report : Church In Jacksonville ter's Drug Store and the Three

Wedding Ringsat Alini just concluded among the Methodist for the Jacksonville District. Thebanquet St. were broken Saturday night. Facial Type

BUDGET PRICES Sun.. Mon., Tues. Churches In Jacksonville with I Is sponsored. Jointly by but so far nothing has been missed TISSUE tic
17 18Tarzan's over 60 young people from over the Senior and Intermediate MYF according to Chief of Police W E. .
Sept. 16. I .
the state participating. I Miss Pat Slfg Is president of theSenior Thornton. What reason anyone had
Methodist young people from group and Miss Sandra for breaking both skylights and

$49.50Up Peril Starke, Lake Butler, and Waldo I Johns mediate la MYF.president of the Inter not Ings even no one entering knows one, Thornton of the build-said IVORY SOAP, Med. Bar, 2 for 17c
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I..\ Barker, Virginia Alton attended the Sub-district meeting The banquet well be prepared It Is reported that the skylight IVORY SNOW, Lge. Pkg. 30c DINNER
Latent. News with the Waldo MYF beingawarded by ladies of the W.S.C.S. with on the roof of the barber! shop was Ubb" 1.
anti
CAMAY
Also Cartoon the attendance banner Mrs. Del Colley In charge. Ticketsfor carefully removed and had nolbl'.n TOILET SOAP Reg. 8c DEVILED HAM

19. 20DOUHLE for the largest percentage present. the banquet anr 73 cents each smashed, for no traces of KIRKS CASTILE SOAP 2 for cabby 47:
Wed. Thur. Sept. I glass were found on the floor. No 17c .
GEMJewelry FEATURE and may be obtained, from Ann Investigation will be made, tmlem STEWLlbhys .
CHEER
Methodist Men New suds 30cBEEF
,I Johns, Barbara Colley. Bobby something is missing, Thornton discovery ....nnaDUZ

'" LEGION To Meet Monday Ferguson, or Kenneth Tyus. said. SOAP POWDER .
FLYERS Lge. 30c SAUSAGE tC
Of LOST Lesl.e B'ggs, president of the BAKE S\LK
\VSCS NoticeThe TIDE Libbys
St. Edward' Altar Oceans of Suds Lge. 30c .
will HASH
Richard Aries Andy 0.1 ln :Methodist Men's Fellowship, announces Society BEEF
have bake sale
that the group will meet regular monthly business a Saturday morn- P & G LAUNDRY
ANDTarget Ing in Brown's Drapery Shop SOAP, 2 for 15c
Starke'a Leading Jeweler for supper Monday night at 7 and program meeting of the .
M, Paul Keleher will be In '
Seaboard Railicay Unknown o'clock In the education building. I I Methodist WSCS will be held Mon charge. JOY. for dishes, Bottle JOe A & P FOOD STS t

\ Mark Steven. Joyce llolden Following the supper, members day evening at 7:30: o'clock In the P
Watch Inspector Plus Latrot News of the WSCS will join the.men fora i i j educational building. Members of Miss Mamie Anderson and Mr*. CRISCO SHORTENING, 3 Lbs. 99c The Great Atlantic anaSf dRhte6; "s"
I discussion of "Religion And I P E. Stone of Archer spent Sun enure ContentS (op
Circle frur will be hostess SWAN
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Stnrke.
rinlntirfH T. \KTank L ndrvmnndrvm, In 'III-' nnn% nnnuaCourt
Exiprpts ft "in ChAph'rR7:1.:! : l"lt Int" the basin from deep watt ported. Frazier was absolved of," on nnitrum the Starke" ,Attorney.P'101'I/<1... and }Ito- 'ihi .irlitliml In tho (office of or htorn the.- and you CHUHB:. .soil von un, -. re->
the lake, nil In conformity with 1 i i any blame in the tight! '' the orlsrmnl In th8.orrl.. <.f the <'L. .rk uf the t'lrflllt of'nll.t oi-tobvr' on l & ; iiuli-i.il. to MI-I-VI. n "-""y'"r. .s'..'"," no-
'i303)! ) HOUR* Bill No 300 wee in 'I i"l rk of the (Circuit f'nurt n" rr, b.- the Sili day Jj .. t. I h. .n'I'III'nt|
read to the County Commissioner 'instructions from the State Board I' George Schaffer. appeared fore< the 18th dar of ( '''b''r;: 11)51otherwise ,hi-rwlnv. the Hllismionxf..nonfei said<.- I'- iiwiron I h.. I'Ixlntlffugs' *. '1'. 'rltnl
Medical raid l lfumplnlnt CiMiinlnlnt" will he token KY..I-jdB. and the
THE NEWS at the Starke the llo tloim Starke,
I.andrum
IN at their meeting here on Sep of Health. will be taken as ennt...xThis ud by yo" .1..1".1 In the iiffl... ..r. the.
afternoon tiubllnhnil the ..
4, with particular stress on A complaint was received corcernlne I ter Sunday cen-I ..c, by ynu.. 111. nolle shall lio cnnrrnlly.w'hs I the (' \ fi.nrt16th .." .r I"'
I a bRdl'"lit wrist and the nolle ahull t>. publlnhedone floe ear h w.-i-k fur fitiii f I..kl4.n Idnyll'f i"' !"'>' i 19r'j?
Section! 0. whirh provide' the men a certain place of businener 1 ouch week for four emu.+iitlvwka .hi. UKIlinilfnril. '..""IY .t'.I.- utherwice the Sll srnt.io"f: | :'; .alrl I
Boyer recently Mrs James Shepherd of Jacksonville bars' of the County Civil Dvfcns Starke. It being reported' the I office thought/ at first In the IfrniHcrit County 1f""Ih." ili of September. (omplnlnt will l h. taken .H i.nf....-
tlth
her ihlii
\\m 1 extended vtelten. Is visiting her son-in-law Councils shall consist of the Conntv : constituted a nulsanc, might be the result of anal T..I..rn"h.P..t.. '"hated y publl.liertonr
e, i this place .. 1 this 11th day of 8"p.b.. ,, "JlVKlftAI "Thr-'noVlr- shall h.
t and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carl mush fight. However. It was soon proven < ( : '.) A .T Thorns .. '
and relatives In Commissioners and such othe : permitting danclnsr. loud accident. t96'. doiM tit 'I h.. i'li,'<-iilt <*ourt.Hy I Varh. .-lradfnrd CountyrTel'-l
i been .
Knight. elective officials incl dini midnight.The to have an ( fAthe Circuitht'ourlfly ,. -piity flrk. Week" In the
nd 'Vest Virg public sn<1 loud talking after FFIClerks Myrtle T. I'"" -r
Is In Daytona W. B. Mundy, Dr. H. H. Adams municipal nfflcnls within the cone Commissioners, while coy Si-naffer had tried to push bon open Myrtle T. r>*nver. Dentitv Clerk' 914! 4t lOIIlM graph.Fated. this. lllh. day of pt.mhr.' A
Kinney his
of
week on Harry H. Houston and Titus tv. AS be designated by the foun< a window at the back 914| 4t 1019o I
this may di-mning such practice 41-FMtlt IPh I.
land TU M 1' ,
i It .. A. :3
the glass Thjmaj
while on .
Olson left yesterday for twc County CommlaHloners. A copy of I".maplvf'\"ltho"t, legal authorltto and pressing his wrist 'rU'N TO APPSl' Ill In < Iri-ult < ,...rt, llmiirnnl <'n.. .
[ Dillon Whlalei weeks' hunting and fishing trip Pulletln No. 1\: Issued by the of prohibit It. They promises broke and severely cut !. (Irriil '<>iirt. llrniirnril t'flunOtMleeldal Miller In 4 fcninerr.l.nwnll Klwher Plaintiff VH fly Myrtle T. I>Havt'r, ep.ity Clerk.Dedicated lOllS.
MM. I the medicsrenter 4t
taken to 9114
In North and South Carolina.Mr. fire of Into the I He wss-then In fltmnrfTTWlllliini .
Beach Civil Defense
of Neptune Director of however to look further treated for, Klttlrl. CUIntlff v. Margaret Alt H Flm-rier,. Iivfenilivnt
where he was
of Mr. and and Mrs] J. D. Palmer ol was (given to each Commlalllonf'rf'll' matter and do everything. posslbl {I Klttlrl. liefvmlnnrC' ,
!guests Ft. Pierce visited Rev. anft of the Injury and gent home. n. :No. SHOTNoflr
]Ifre.Hom..r before
nthews. study< any course to Put a toP to such nuisances.Howard Tiitpenr..
I Willard Car- Swindall Wednesday of action In. decided! upon.A I 1 Belote. representlniClibbs I To:*Margaret. K lit lei. whnml. re..liliinrp l-
Mrs. last week policy was formulated re Corporation, suggested i a Brooker Stores and s.l of Mayo were 8H-et, New York "UN..w York
-hildren Mrs. M. T. 9. Williams and Ray S uve' gard'nic' water pipes telephom. <1P"'Inalrlltinn of road gradlniequipment You are hereby notified! that n II 1I--
and To Start ClosingFor
of Mr. have returned from a two week!' and! telegraph! lines or other conduits at Lake City within th. j Milt for I IMvitrt'tIIHH l I..n fll.itniralnnt
you 'In tli>- ahov namilOonrt
family
nd Imbrie were vacation with friends and relative placed across or under coon near future If the Commissionerwould Half HolidayThe unit cnnnntt Vru. nriquired r. To Community Service -
r' C K. In Clnclnattl Detroit Ottawa, and ty public roads which Is substantially cooperate by sending representatives to serve n t-ouv iif' year annwr
of Mr. and Mra.C or 1.I..n\I", t" the iimntnlntn "Movie Are Bitter ThAn Ever"Sat.
puts Bell River Canada. as follows: to attend. He waa merchants of Brooker by <> the I'lnlntlf, Altornev T. Kmnkl.nnilriim. ,
Monday while en- Permission will b.. required of assured that county operator mutual agreement, have decided Htnrkn, Klorlnn' and flu
rhicngo to their home finUlfNh and supplies.SIR.. the and'th,. there stores\ on Thursday' t the original In the rtfrkof the Wed. Sept. 18, 19
Hoard locations would attend the demonstration to close' their i-lrrk of the cii-ptilt fiMirt on or hn- Sept 15 ONLY Tues.,
irms.n TRUNKS I of shall be plainly marked willpermanent I If possible.The afternoons. Mayor Hewlett S.. for 'the 15th day. of li-l.il.t-i, I IlIr.1( ,
: Frank Castleberry markers. plainly visible Anderson announ't'fthla\ week. .15 1nrwlif. the nlleirstUiiiN of xnlit DOUIILK I FEATUUK Tile I rOaY ,OFTM DANCER
Mr. and Mrs Corbin Carnell tentative budget asadoptei Comnlfllntlll h. taken nn runfMN -

,ute, were families.weekend who have been! visiting their grandfather on each aide of the road. August 6, A. D. 10-11: having beespproved For the however convenience one'store of theircuetomers will\ pol t hv you.TMs nottc. hnti. DA ".1lNht." ALLAN i"ROCKYUK / AND THE f:.OROMMER.. .

Lawson f. A. Scott and uncles Failure to comply with Iht'RP ei.I
the State Comptrolle Alice tech nk for four onne.evly.weeks *
n Hans Walker and and aunts In Starke. have returnedto conditions will relieve the County' by remain open during the closing{ In the Ttradford, County 'Tel- r4
.
....I Wednesday fromon of and all liability and. re. tinder\ date of August 13 A, DIBIt period. This servicewill be performed graph a k ',.wa
Wheaton Ill where Mr. Car any rinteil this llth day of HepieniberIOFFICTAT. 1.4. e.lsw : RrIlAfl
; Church street to nell will enter his Senior year at snnrmlblllty If damages result lithe and said budget now becom m rotation by tho vanou* I I IPS\,, '. IACI err

street, Spiartanb-urg Wheaton College, and Mrs. Car- maintenance of said roads ln'!r the official budget for the fie merchants. \ SEAI) A. J. Thomsn, Mar a
.
,they will make their nell has accepted a teaching The County Road Supervlnoi cal year beginning October 1. A.tl "1 feel sure that we will all be I, Myrtle"lpk. T. P of..avr.the Circuit I'-nutv Court.Hy Clerk

Walker has acceptedof position in the schools there.Frl..nls was Instructed to erect a concreti 1M1: end ending September 30 A. glad to cooperate with our merchants '- Sillt 101(1(

manager of the will be interested to basin over the underground drain P. 1PS2 the Board proceeded to fully and allow them thii V'I'U'1 'l(5'C1'PFr lit

Tmlnal for American know that Mrs Vonda Inman of age well in Sampson Lake, and to fix the mlllagcs and to make th much m-euod rcwt '10m their lon&", In c.lr..".. 1'",.ert. llrniir..nl 'ontily, MICKEY SALLY
artanburg. Tallahassee lend assessments shown. hours; Mayor Anderson said. Ktorl.*!*i lit f ..*" **....
formerly of Starke provide a 30-Inch water pipe as FloretiMitririiirlt*. Fritnkn, THII-| | "ROONEYFORREST
... T. Frank Landrum la In the Ochsner Clinic New tiff vs I'Mwunl: Ji>..t-f "" 'Rnk... l".

spent, the weekend Orleans, La. 'fir observation and Mrs. Fred E. Francis, Jr. am I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jl Eldon Sapp Named fniliint Pun. No RflflO -AND- r s fual.alnnp
. . . . . . .
indrum's parents Mr. may remain there about two Mrs. Gus Bennett spent TUf'Hdayof ;; land son Larry, returned to ttiel CustodianEldon \nlliTo Spp.ar.Tr TERROR't
Landrum In Brooks- months. Her address is room Heilbronn Kitwnrcl. .tonef Frank whon, 1
home lifter andLatent
last week In Wildwood visiting| In Munson Saturday I rHlc1tniami Hililrens Is. I'nknnwn. Flue. "Bowler Fair" Short
dell Landrum remain- 214. Foundation Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turner am three weeks visit with Mr appointed cus-' You are hrby not Ifloil Mint n 1
grandparents for. the Billy Cresaler and Bert New. family. Smiths parents, Mr. end Mrs. R Sapp :was mill for nivorc* has be..n rued, r / New
; tort Inn of the Heilbronn Elementary (.sleet you in the shove nameilrntirf ,
comb returned Tuesday from Dillon Attending the Florida Klk's, J. Davis They were accompanied School by the Board of Public and i-nim and you era r*

Sewell. Mrs. M. V. Colo. where they spent the Assn. meeting in O'allover the home by Mrs, David Hamrlck and last ciulred. .. to spry* a copy nf your enewer Fri. 20 21
Instruction during its meeting or plenilln1, tit Ih I comolnlotn r Thur.. Sept.
,lrs Frank Broadway summer employed with the U.S. wet'k..nfwt're\ Mr. and Mrs. Rober son Ricky, of McIntosh, who wll week. He i Is scheduled to begin sue rinlntlff, At'nrnev T. Frank 'siuRYAM

Mrs. J. H. Raulerson I Coast & Geodetic Survey. Billy\ I Isleaving Green Sir and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visit with the Smiths for a few work Immediately.The *f.nnJTrtim.h..> original,Htiirk In .the Florida nrftiof and file the I Also Minnii"ItiiHhy** lure"mtmnmmmma(.arlA.*.... and- -

Fe Lake Tuesday. to begin pre medical study R. L. Chrlssenborry nand Ra,! dnvs. Mrs. Hanirk-k. the foimo '"I..k| of the Cli-i-iilt Courtin' nt h. /IJ lN'.
irs Martin Land and at Fmory. while Bert will enter Rodila of Ptarke and Mr. and Mrs Miss Betty McRae. was one oMrs. Board also voted to buy anew r<... O EitY iNousE 'a
In upend the week- the University of Florida to study E. M. Brlnnon of Hugh': Tile prlnclpal :' [ Smith's bridesmaids at heiwcddinit. bus body to replace one currentlv will the allefrntlonM b* ,laknn nB ,of.unfiil anlilc.itnnlnlnt -- -' IUnl{" a Mrs .

visiting Mrs. Land'sand aeronautical engineering.Mrs. speaker was the past GrllnfF.xall"d They stopped In '1'allohaIlRt'e. in use but In bad conditionThe hv you. GM ,
be the old\ Sun. Mon. Sept. IB. 17 IA. -- "
will placed on .
Robert to Munaon -0 body This flout* hHll ti* "ohll.h) t.
Mrs. Vlrgle Avery and Mrs Ruler Dave Sholtz. Whlli enroute ,
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chassis and new bus will be onr pni-h w elc for four' "rnnepotlyweeka "
no
I Marie Wilson of Penney Farms the men attended the busbies visit Mrs. Smith's brother-in-law In the Tlrsrtforrt County Telgrnnh. ". wa nia east i \ .

r.Irs James M. Call of were dinner guests of the J. T. meeting Saturday morning thi and sister, Mr. and Mrs.' H C bought. I .this ttlh "lty..r Hi>|iti. > sin'i iiMcYrg.at5a t V'Ii"'l1

C are spending this Qulgleys Sunday. women vere entertained"( with ,II Davis Jr. THANKS ritOM: BKIIMJKS In"I'\ a : ....t ,.
IIe516t
Mr. and Mrs Ritwnril Burns an JtlFPICTAT' SRKT. A .T ThmrtawCl ,
Kickliter cottage onkm Mrs. H. H. Young. Stark trip to Silver Springs. .
,
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TO THE CITIZENS AND k "f the r-lri-ult I' iirllll.v r
e librarian returned Saturday froma Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Aclkina spending this week with Mrs. J Myrtl T. Hi-nvfC. Dxnniv crk| \\
FVtulk former resjirke month's vacation spent with her who have spent the putt monll E. Wilson And Mrs. J. M. Brownlee VOTERS OF STARKKt s I>'H4 ft 101- \QQuIIE\
wish to my sincere apprec'atlon "
entertained at a sisters and\ other relatives In In \Vavnr-svllle, N. C.. are vltiitlnf I at Klngsley Lake. express Y n'1'11"1" To 'P.I, { ailwa"BURT

nil dinner party last Canton Ohio. Fort Wayne, Ind.,'' their snri-ln-lnw and daughter, Dr II Mrs. J. It. Kite will be the guest and thanks for your In Circuit. Court llrniir.ini. foiintr
votes and support In my rare for "Ier/dn l 5,, 4'bnnfrv.TOII : W1N'
nit at her home In and Peru. Tnd. and Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr. In Norfolk of MIsH Gertrude Knabb at Jack eminellman. I promise you that I |. rinllnon. Plaintiff, VH milllAllium .. NSBIR\ .
honoring Mr. and Mrs. R. Cohen and son M..rrI11.relurnpd Va.1IflsII sonvllle Beach over the weekend. p..r.n"'Ant., \ ..
of
will work for the bent Interests ( ".., N. RRR LANCASTER .
'alkee to their home In Aberdeen Minnie Bessent was hostess Mr. and Mrs.. J. E. Hildebrar Starke: and all Its people duringthe Yd/.y T, ,..".,,.. :: -

and Md. Saturday after two at a covered dish luncheon Tues' I and children, Gary and Linda seen To mill Ilsll nn. whn r xl "illoy daughter, next two years.P. mil $ddren.. |H nniH Htr1-, 7th. vinn 1'liis) "ll 'lti-r HweUe CarKmii and
rep and "Miss Carolyn weeks' visit with Mrs. Cohen>' day for the Canasta Club. The Sun-lay' afternoon In Jacksonville U Bridges Wpiiiimion' Hotel, Vw York Latest News French Frli-il Frolic" Short I
slurdllY In Jackson- parents Mr. and Mrs. Wesley occasion being the first anniversary visiting\ Mr. and Mrs. Al Carroll. 1'1"I.. Y

Andrews of the chub.Dr. Senator and Mrs. Charley John THORNTON TH \NKS XO.TKUS You. arc hereby notified. that a .

Mrs. M. B. I' moved Into town the past weekend "
And Meriting .
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Miss Sue the early .
>in! P S. Hutto of Biggs spent I am deeply grateful that the -- -- -- - -
left for month's vacation\ from their summer home or
Friday a
of the week with Col. and
|1 Ca were weekend part good people of Starke reelectedme
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. Owen Griffin In St. Augus In Waynesvllle. N. C. I Crystal Lake. as their Chief of Police\ and It
.
\Igorn for flower, lawn anilgardint.
'' Dr and ]Mrs. C. K. Hayes and
>c)5) and John Pierce' tine. In my heartfelt! desire to render

wford s Springs of Starke and were Miss I Mr.Jacksonville. and Mrs Q.were W. ,.ThompklMof overnight daughter of Starke Betsy, were of Madison visiting( formerly qld ,: Charles. Lennon SISTIU! of KS Leexburg: you' et'ery!service that you and have to Merit shown theconfidence In. Too Bad The Stock Can't Read!

.
friends here Sunday visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs
"IS of Miss Sharon )I guests of Mr. agj Mrs. J. E. I me. While I am especially grateful -
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Green and E. Lennon Monday.Mr.
to mane\ good friends who
Hardy last Saturday. ,. my
I and Mrs. Charles Hardy and
fnmllv of Lake City are occupyingthe supported me I wish everyone to

.. Alvarez home on N. Walnut\ family visited Mrs. Charles HardySr. I know that I am at the service of ; r.
-"' '''''''' -- ''''' ''"
; : : '; ;1' ,. ,. Street formerly occupied( by the In Gainesville\ Sunday. all of the people All of the time ,

-.. _- ._. ....:-.J....: __ ...".__"f. t ..rrynamically Hollls Knights. The Greens are" Mr. and Mrs. Don Page, who are Sincerely, M

the new managers of the Central I on a two weeka' vacation, artspending I .W. E. Thornton. 1RM

I' Drive-In on Temple avenue the latter part of thi''.
engineered week fishing at Ragle's Nest Point
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. "Montleth I ICOIIK.KTS: TH \.NKS \OTKKSI :
'and\ Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Rosa ofF.URtiS near Lf'.. burg. 'Next week they I wish to take this opportunity to
3 weekend of the I will visit Sgt. and Mrs. R.V
were guests thank my friends for their loyal I
BENDIX W H Grahams. Reese at Maxwell Field Montgomery support In the City Election last' !

ew Mr and Mrs. W. P. RR lII.1Ilnd\ Ala. Tuesday. I extend my heartiest

daughter I.ou. of Tampa are stay- I Mr. and Mrs T. J. Griffin spent I congratulations to Mayor J. H.I 'I'

Ing In the Alvarez cottage on Monday visiting Dr. and Mrs. C.. WainwrIght and, urge that everyone -

automatic Klngsley Lake for ten dnvs. C. Mendoza In Jacksonville 'I cooperate with him toward,

I Lewis D. Halnes, II, returned toMs I I Mrs. R. F. Watson of Melrose building a bigger, better Starke.J .

Junior year at Wake Forest spent the weekend with Mr and P. Roberts I

COHO MAT College Tuesday. I I Mrs. Titus Olson. i
; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford. Sr. of Miss Jo Ann Din-Kins had as her KOPKKOIJKOS: TH.%NKS I Nf WS

Jacksonville spent Sunday with I guests last week Miss Freda I To the voters of Starke: I

Mrs M. C. Ford. Jr. and family.Mr. Crosby of Jacksonville and Miss I I will be ever grateful for the ". ,
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and Mrs. Jewett Fogg and Qulnnell Herndon of Alachua. Miss fine vote and support given me at .,.' a' .

WASHERwith'the Mr and Mrs. Louis Dempsey returned Dlnklns will return to her studies the polls last Tuesday. AlthoughI ..

home last Friday' from two at the U. of F. Monday. i was defeated t ran truthfully say '0 .,

weeks' vacation on Santa Fe Lake. Mr. and Mr..'.* Ernest Phillips that you<' selected two good men

( new exclusive Mr. and Mrs. H. F.. Graddlc of and Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Sullivanwrr for places on the Council and I

Dot ban. Ala. were weekend visitors fishing on the Oklawaha I pledge them my cooperation and .

INS-SAVER that saves of Mrs. Graddle's brother- River last weekend. support during their term of of.

in-law and sister, Mr. and Mm. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis are expected ice. They'd Certainly Enjoy Farmers Diary"And

up to 56 gallons of J. T. Lawson. home the latter part of this I --George Kopelouso

Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and week after a two months' vacation
water each washdayS
family moved Into town last weekend at Waynesvllle N.C. I SMITH THANKS VOTERS

from their cottage on Kings-I Comer Perryman will leave for THANKS to you who voted for "Follow The Furrows"In

Lake. Little Switzerland N. C. this
ley me.CONGRATULATIONS
weekend to drive back his mothf'r,1 to the
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_
"'H" of Jacksonvillewere \
and! son Steve The Bradford
Junlus M. Smith. Each Week.
S Sunday visitor of Mr. and, C. F. Sayles who have spent the County Telegraph
past week there. I
@) s."er Mrs. LeRoy Norman. WAINWRIGHT THINKS

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd. Jr. .
$65.00 less than weeks' Negro Seriously Cut I truly thank my many friends
returned Saturday from a I and neighbor for re-electing

the average price of trip and to visiting Jackson relatives.Mr. Miss. on business In Sunday FightJohn I Mayor at your of service Stark to. help I am make always our .


automatic washers end Mrs. Jewett Fogg were (Chicken Wilson .Is In the town: a better place. It Is my

In Jacksonville Sunday visiting Gainesville hospital In a critical sincere hope that we will\ give

Mr. and Mrs. David Durden and I i, condition this week as a result of special thought to promoting the I II Think How Lucky You Are To Be Able To Read

$ also !or. and Mrs. Bill Colson at a cutting scrape with George Frailer education entertainment and wel-

.. 229.95 Orange Park. I Surday morning, the sheriff I fare of our young people on whom '

Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines I office reported. Hospital author- our future .

spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Hits described his condition only depends.J.. R. Wainwright I And. Enjoy All The Many Good Features Now

Wedgefleld. S. C. visiting Mr. as "fair" and refused to comment j I ,
Low down paym.nt luyrl"JI: TO JIPPK4H
Haines' brother-in-law and sister, any further. i I'In < '...l. <'.ar>. Hm4r.rl <....1!>.
Easy term Mr. and Mr*. T. D. Brown. They According to the sheriff's office. ..'IwrMw5w riMtorr.Hary .
Mrs. the: happened this : I Lurlll Fh.xil (Tamer, Plain Appearing In The Telegraph. .
also visited another sister scrap way : tlrr. vs. Chan. C Oarn.r. lltlrnit-,
3-1.49 J. H. West who recently returned Frazier left his house early Sunday ."it. ( *.. N... r,8Tm

DELIVERED from' Tokyo. Japan. morning to go to a barbershop 'I .s.tt.. T.('h.App..r..!*. ,'. Garner T...hn.. I
Mr.. Wilson Poole of Miami for a hair cut. When he '...ld.ne. and sriilr... !Is/ 'inknn"n. 'i a .
Fully automatic-jret no wringer. her brother- reached the fence at IVFarmer's .: You are hrrttijr notified. that s ,
with I
spent! last week corner .net for nivnrr has ......o fllerii .
nner, no bolting down Powerful UNDERTOW in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I Market he met Wilson .i.iilniit you In the .hov. named. f
('nurt and CHUM and srv i-. f
: you
and the two exchanged a few
Ernest Phillips. .
TOR WASHING "slicede serve a ropy uf your an
PLOATAWAY-FLUSHAWAV Mr. and Mrs. J. A. BUSH and words. Wilson became angry and .>war or pUmllnr. lo the ..nrnplslnA / ,,

|S New porcelain for work surface One Ion. Bill of Charlotte. N. C. spent I: threatened to stab Frazier. .> lh. I'Ulntirr Annrnrr. T. Prank. I I If you're
top extra 'jMnrfrum. Htark. Florid' sod fM, not a regular subscriber become today. You
all the few days this week with Mr and : About this .time, a third negro .h. orlrlnal In the nfflr at the one
work. You don't even have to b .there.WONDERTUB Albert Tlson drove in his truck 'It-rk' of Is. Clrr-ult rv.urt on fir h* i I
Mrs. R. J. Davis. up or. the lath dor if October, 151thfirwt still
can get Telegraph for less
and and Frazier and In the '' your than six cents week
Mr. L. E. Jordan son ran jumped *. th* allftffiitlrinii, of aiiMomnlalnt per
of Ovleda Monday truck with him. However, Wilson ::-' will b. takrn. a. "'>nf..... ,
Harold spent '
and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs T. fallowed him. Jerked the door of A >
Griffin. ''th. truck open and hauled Fraeler .> cart wk. for four "..n..r"v. I I
J. rks. In th. Hrarffnrd ('.runty T.b-,
guaranteed S year. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips I I : out saying "I'm going to kill .rraph.r copy price of lOc, you would pay $5.20 annually. Why
In writing moved last week from Laura street I I Ito you." He then pulled his knlfa .teil this llth day r>f September '
I' I.
home on Cypress and the two men started tussling. ...,.,. :
( their new I .rrIAr.A' ) A J Thnm., not save this difference of $2.45
'1..1e "'1'' the rirrultourt.
i In the scramble that followed"
A IrroduN.t: tvenue. ly Myrtl T. n.a...r, Deputy r-rk.| ,
MdU Him Appa_.s b C' Mr. and Mrs. John Hemingway )(I the knife was lost so Wilson pullid I __ t'M''
of Ellaabethtown. N. C. spent the out his pistol and thrust it l isle

veekend with Mr. and Mr. brazier's stomach preparatory to ... ('I....'. ('....TB. ...Aprr.en...,... .....1...
KLER ELECTRIC SERVICE hooting him. Frazier grabbed j I Ithe .. ........ I. f ............ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
IVIggins.Mr. 0"1"// "hs.esnth. 1.n..lo.! Ple ,In'.It,. V. II
and Mrs. Harry Mooty gun and forced It around, to1' ''anrl, Rvans-rion. P.f..n.. <

222-224 S. 301STAKKE "laughter Gerry spent Sunday Vllson's back where It "eat off, ,I-BK-. N.. MSI I
Temple AT On U. .'*.!** T. "*>..... i ir
with their cousins, the Milton St. rrltlcally wounding u,. owner T" f'.n..I" rrso..:: ,' Wh-.
168 FLA. latter' cottage on loth men had been cur by the ...aldenr.' and ."d,... ,i425."CtR I I
at the .. .
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II -- I W McCormlcks have returned tc i to the Gainesville hospital. We I:thnn .
I cured from any memberTtiv home DEMOCRACY-by Mat have not heard from her, so don't fur
Chun has ae Miami to make their OUR A
i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN Community of Ur Farrar SCHOOL NEWS!! I know how she is getting along. amongrolled ,
urea the servo en
former pastor of the church for The P. T. A. held Its regular I PRIDE f / JOB Our work here In the Sunday \\' : t 1ya I&

the next three Sundays. Dr. Far meeting last Tuesday In the school I School and Training: Unions, both help ;" .P leg
auditorium. Plans were made fora WHEN ALL OF us WHO WORK WITH MAN&* adult and juniors, is slowly im ./.1
Daytona A DAY
Church rar has been living In I LABOR.DAY is and JunIOr,,
Rotarians Community drive the DIGNITY We hope to do much
Keystone I Beach and will be welcomed back membership during AND BRAIN CAN PAW SATISFACTION: FROMTHt proving.
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Hear Rep. Bennett Francis Clark former economiimlHsionary to his old pulpit by his man] month of September. The new FREEDOM AND PeWARWTHATGO: WITH A JOO'IN''OUR DEMOCRACY
will be electedat
officers of the year
I to Korea and present friends In the church.
CaldwellFormer returnee the meeting In October. Mrs.
Praise superintendent of Penney Farmsspoke Delbert Sterret has
during the regular morning from his vacation and will be ir T. J. Alderman and Mrs. R. 11
Millard Caldwell hostesses for the
Hammond were
governor
church services Sunday at the charge of the choir.
was commended for his workas Community Church, Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Ivan M. Bernkop] social hour which followed the .
head of civilian defense by Con- returned to Keystone Heights, justness sesBlon.( ti

gresHman Charles E. Bennett last Heights.Clark told the gathering about I| Wednesday, Sept. 5, after spending The children and teachers previewed
week a speech to the Keystone film strips In the
In his friends In Korea who i five weeks. at the Sheraton- some
Club at Its regular Friday many auditorium last Eddie
Rotary Beach Wednesday.
have been murdered by the Com I Plaza Hotel Daytona
luncheon meeting. Bennett told munists. Among these friends .I While they were gone, their housekeeper I Hardman Is acting as a junior
of about SO people that I and will assist other students
a group one of Korea's most Influ- Mrs. Mettle Walt, enjoyeda operator
Caldwell has done a fine job In the was ential Christians, In whose home I vacation with her family and on In learning to operate therojector.

face of many obstacles and the fire negotiations her farm near Well boro, Pa. > We think It Is going tcbe
recent cease
people of Florida can well be proud were the held. I Mrs. Bert. Chrlstoffcrs, who returned lots of fun. T'i it
of their ex-governor. recently from Long Island Bob DavtH and his family from j t4 '

Bennett also discussed some of The Catholic Club Is planning a has been 111\ but Is reported im Jacksonville visited Mrs. Ola M I I

the major Issues which have come card party for Wednesday evening proving.Mr. Perkins last Sunday evening. Bob nd couse

before Congress In the last few Sept. 19, at the Woman's Club. and Mrs. Clapp, former residents Jr. Is now six years old and ha! We CAN RIGHTLY< TAKE PRIDE ,IN' AN UNRIVALLED JOe or grcYhO" 910/1.6 6 Y

He said the greatest victory All kinds of cards will be playedand of Keystone: have been started to school at Marietta. He PRODUCTION-AND IN THE STANDARD OF LIVING WHICH) CUR ICo

years.for the South was the reduction table.there Mrs.will F.be C.a Allen prize and for Mrs.each back Feather for Court.a short,With stay at them the White were ahame-facedly Ola" that he cried admitted the first.to "Cousin day at PRODUCTIVE; POtVEI.....$ MAPC;; POSSIBLE:, ydLt ///Ik tS Hl6N AYS 8ffe lfAM

of freight rates providing Koht. Hutchinson are cochairmenand school of,
their daughter and her husband,,
cheaper transportation without will be assisted by memBers: c/f Patterson and their We are so happy that Mr. Sullivan C ,.rt S6pER
wouldbe the club. Proceeds will go into. Maj. Leroy continues to Improve In .
which, the South' growth
the church building fund. baby daughter. tealth. All the children miss Mr.
stunted. He said this was an make Mr. and 'Mrs. Oliver are here on ;
The club does not wish to f Sullivan on the bus but are enjoyIng -,
Issue southern Congressmen had too frequent sollcltlons but does a two weeks visit. riding// with the new bus driver

long been fighting for and the need donations for door prizes. Mr. and' Mr* Davis, who occupied Frt'derlckVatterBon, who Isl I

completion of which was well Anyone who has not been con- tea.' : Oliver, home for the very kind to all of them. I
to Kentucky Mr. Garfield Johns Is supplying !
worth the effort, tacted before and wishing to con- summer, have gone
where he has entered the University the school with pears. They are
The club enjoyed a stag// partyat L.
call Mrs. II.
tribute, please becsuse
In thick
the fishing lodge of F. M. Wal- delicious cooked syrup d
rath, Jr. and Lindsay Walker last Morgan, Jr., phone 4191. Miss Gladys Tillis spent last and served with heavy cream. a GreY 10icndiY

Wednesday afternoon. I Tickets are $1 and may be sec weekend In Jacksonville with Mrs Yesterday was a Red Letter DayIn .wg I6 0 the a

Mrrrll, a former resident of Key. the cafeteria. We had corned )I \ IIIJ. yOj r
beef and cabbage and were as hap-
Men* Clothln* stone. PEOPLE ,
py as Jlggs, himself, as we filled ,,
IIII ALVAREZ STORE Established laseI III1I Miss Anne Wiggins// who has
with this mix-
Insides plebeian
II been away for the summer, hasreturned our % ".h _.
ure. Fortunately, Maggie did not
home. r
appear on the scene. I AND we CAN BC rRouq TOO,OF THE THRIFT WITH WHICH we
Bob Croandale, who was In the
former students HAVE: USED 00*EARNINGS' TO MAKE TUB MIGHTY TOTAL OF
Two of our
I hospital In Miami and then spent I
some time with his daughter In have entered school a week late INDIVIDUAL SAVINGS THAT FORMS THE ,FINANCIAL BACKBONE- :

Store Manager's Sale ... Fort Lauderdale, has returned to They are Tony McGee and Sandra OF THE INDUSTRIES THAT SE VAt THE NATION. Gil 6 '
I Keystone and Is staying at the Grlffls. I

\ home of Mr. Mansfield There were sixty-nine' of our I

Now In Progress In All Our Stores! Mrs. R. A. Weeks has gone to pupils !tn religious services Sun- I I

I' .. "..,..., New York to visit her daughter, day. GRAHAM i LONG BRANCH GREYHOUND OFFERS MORE !SElhl f! cr
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4'f!% Mrs. LaMort. The eighth grade met In the
those from here attending TO MORE PLACES THAN ANY OTHER TRAVff '
Among library at the English last Icy Mrs. J. L. Strickland

: game the In Jacksonville Florida-Wyoming Saturday football will Friday and elected their officers I Mr. and Mrs. Victor McCloud of limited Service, Express Schedules, ThrougHIII
for the They were:
tOflETrfI be Col. and Mrs. John McDowell Hardmen year., President; Mary John- I Wauchula were visiting friends and Mr. and Mrs. Wes Mosley of Frequent Departure*, Choice of routes all ternsGAINESViLLE / <

the S. E. McKays, Frank Walratha son, Vice-President; Shirley Jackon. relatives here the past weekend.Mr Baldwin announce the birth of n
and R. L. Walkers. and Mrs Harley Starling son, August 29. The son Is doing I ,
n'. .JII Secretary; Bill Johnson I : A ,50 !\II.\\U.: t
and brothers Perry and Ellis were fine, but the father says he doesn'tfeel
:MVs. S. E. McKay was the guestof Treasurer, and Barbara Matchett 1 TAMPA! 8.23 KE"fS'f: I.
I ,-.."., 1 honor at a birthday dinner given [I vIsiting their sister, Mrs Murrll so well, the new son has caused .
-- Reporter I LAKE CITY .DO IM\1UI.\\U: : y
by Mrs. Al Nelson last Saturday Outei-n who is a patient In a Jack- him to lose quite a bit of sleep.
I evening" Mrs. Neta Johnaon, our lunch)j sonville hospital.Mr Saturday Sis Austin, daughterof ]>ELAND 1,831liTEIt 11\H::'; I''

Rereptlon For Pastor room manager who has bern absent and Mrs. Ira Cautiion of Jenny Austin, was going to PENSACOLA 1.03 CAIi.\1.I'O\\T.\:

The Baptist church will hold a has returned. We are looking Gnlnexvllle were the guests of Mr church and stepped near a ground ST. AL'Gt'STINKSAVANNAH.: : 1.20 ST .'F.Ttn"lIIlIl: I'

Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., Sept. 15 reception on Friday evening// Sept. nut forward butter cookies to her which delicious we pea.-I and, Mrs Perry Starling Sunday. rattler which bit her on the ankle 0.\. A ".00 ATL.ST.tit. L

\ 14, at 8 o'clock In$ the church, hon- will soon be moving off the Mr and Mrs. H. C. Surrency of P. M. Griffin. AUGUSTA: ,\. 8.2:5: NEW nutK dn lit

Maxwell House VacPacCOFFEE oring their new pastor Rev. F. bly line, and may we say "the Gainesville were Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Suds, Mr. and ASHEVILLK. N. C.AVBVRXDALK 9.53 n.\LEUiIf. S. (' .IIM
Gant and his family. Everyone his parents Mr. and Mrs. John
more the merrier." I Mrs. Bud Belk of Hollyhill and : 3.23 ALII.SPI" \', :\. V.
In the community Is Invited. Surrency.Rev.
Mr and Mrs. L. T. Scott of Port
Rev. and Mrs. Gant came here The seventh, grade Is compilinga S. E. Sparks of Starke U. S. Tax
H Lb Can 85' from Plant City and are living In Book of Knowledge as a part of filled his regular appointment at Orange were guests of the Mc1lnney's -

Mrs. Saunder's house on MagnoliaSt. their English course This Idea I the Baptist Church Sunday. Sunday.Mrs. GREYHOUNDBUS
Irene Rattiff was Sunday
they were studying -
have four children one develop '
They wile Mrs. II. B. Broughton of Gainesville -
guest of her sister Mrs. Leo Dyal STATIONCITY
how to directions. They
and In the University I
In the army one visited her son, Carl's familyover
I O'Sage< Seldmmel'eOrange at Gainesville and the two are also planning a party to 'put the weekend. of Brooker.
i In school here.HAMPTON. Into practice what they have I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dyal are
younger ones learned In English about good Pvt Otis McKlnney of Camp the proud parents of a baby daughter TICKET OFFICE

Grape manners and right conduct. Gordon Ga. Is visiting his parents born September 1 In the Ala- TEMPLE AVK. Phone 147-J 1
: Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney. Hereports chua General Hospital.
The mimosa/ tree which Mr
j Tidwell gave to us a few years! back to duty Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKinney

Juice Juice ago has grown to be a thing ofeauty. Mrs. Julie Crews of Valdosta, of Sanford and Mr. and Mrs. W. I
Uy Mrs :M. C. !SweeneyThe The lacy leaves on the Ga. Is visiting her mother, Mrs. A B. Johnson of Lutz were called to

" l vide spreading branches awakens t T. Dryden. the bedside of their mother Frl-

Hampton Training// Union the admiration of all who sees It i Mrs. H. Beard of Gainesville day Mrs. McKlnney Is slowly improving -

237 2Pints5C enjoyed an outing at Gold Head As It grows larger and shelters spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. ,
[ Branch Park last Sunday.Mr. us from the sun we shall always'I

and Mrs. Dawkins and remember his kindness to us. Our I ., .

family recently moved Into the hearts were saddened when the .
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Pearce house. They came here Master called him home. J4j J
from Fairbanks but are originally 1 .': '!-'I"- f v

!, from Warren Ohio. ... _, Sa; r1ge fie 1
"/,1. in its
DONALD
Mrs. Alice Lambert has returnedto v
STATE FARM Ii...
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. III her home in West Hampton aft-\ ll.. '
DUCK r.
I er spending three months In Canada. Ity Mm.' Bryan Whltfleld I I "."..' Y in its field (1974S inches) ..,..E l ly
r' ___. .uri.k"h", IN"t tp
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Maine and New York.Guests I : :o ""' .h""' : field ((3140 pounds in
lest in its :
'
, last week of Mr. and n1 #, Head in ill i fl eWI'HI' i
I Saturday Mr. and Mrs Dennis illustrated)t Widest .
, Mr. M. Watterson included o of uhtelsb))
L.4 : rear
: .-fl' between centers
inches
e Fancher and their young son, Pete, 3 A ettrautr
Mr. and ; ,
r
cousins ,
Mrs.Vattullon's comfort
,I visited Mrs. Fancher'a parent, i I of which means extra .
, Mrs. Littleton Tew of Arcadia Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McCrary, In I I :v extra durability for you and your fumh""
ntar33C. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dover and Mr. tSyldml D, 1.JaI4
/TacksonvlllA.Mr. ,
'
Jr. of Hurtlersvllle "
and Mrs. S. A. Dover, Stdan .h'PPIIII'
and Charlotte, N. C. The and Mrs J. R. Chasteenl\ ..

Watumon and Covers spent the spent the recent holidays with
t Atlanta Georgia rel-\1\
For Cleaner Clothes Use-r 4/1. ": weekend at Cedar Keys. atlvea In -
Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle McAlhany during Ihelr stay attended a family _

and two sons of Reevesvllle, S. C reunion,
Box27C were Saturday and Sunday guesti Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams and ,

j TIDE Large of Mr. McAlhaney's sister, Mrs their mother Mrs. J. C. Williams, '
J. W Home left Monday for a vacation visit'
Pvt. James A. Davis has returned with relatives !in South Alabama!, 2'i'

Sure-Mix to Ft. Bragg, N. C. after spending I and In West Florida. In Pensaj j
three days with his parents Mr. cola they visited Mr. and Mrs i
L. Davis and Durwood Williams and their baby I
Oscar
I and Mrs. .
CRISCO 3 Ib Can85C brother !'vt. William M. Davis daughter who was born Sc-ptem-1 1 the SNI

who Is jmjoylng a ten day leave her 8. '! -Lt '''1 ; !ui)) wale, D.luxe.eDN1CM p""
at hla home, before being shipped Mrll.V., K. Feagle was hostessat : +mrma
Sfentember S to Pittsburir.. Calif. a Stanley party at her home\ t; (}: :: ;.1 .

Miss l Norma Sweeney left Sun- Thursday afternoon of last week I -
Jack Spratt Large Size I I
Tenn. to enter the
day for Dayton, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J
fall term of William Jennings Yarborough during the weekend II

SMOKED HAMSWhole Bryan Junior.Mr. University where she is a were borough Mr. and and their Mrs. Albert children Yar of I in its field ,

and Mrs. Blunt and son Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell i .Iowestepr j
Earle, 'of Clearwater are spending Baxley of Jacksonville. LItU..1'Mis" !

several days with, the RaleighBrennen Rita Bnxley who had been I I ; -
or Half Lb 4ge family. They were accompanied visiting her grandparents for about I
to Hampton by Mrs d :
two weeks returned home with her I
Shank Ends Lb. 35c Blum's mother, Mrs. Nora Lay parents.Mr. I line in its field !
field, who had spent the past three
Butt Ends Lit. 45c weeks with them. I and Mrs. P. D. Fancher )I 4T .shiftdriM
W. Rahme and GeorgeRahme spent the holiday weekend at 1 With all its finer quality and finer a and finestno
Center Slices S Lb. 89c Mrs. G.of Jacksonville Beach Dekle Beach ..< guests of Mr. and 1 features, Chevrolet offer the lowest- at lowest cost with

spent last week here visiting rel- Mrs. Fred Miller of Perry. pflnest styling priced lint in its field-extremely eco- /.h
and Mrs. Dave Thorntonwere rt/
atives and friends. Mr. with extra-beautiful, Bodies nomicaltooperateandmaintain.Come
Brand Smoked '- i extra-sturdy by POWE
Economy of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph "
I and Mrs. Thomas (Buddie) guests 'Fisher
Mr. in, see and drive Americas largest and .
Lb. 39c Bunnell, wereguests Brannen In Lake City last week
BACON of
STRIP Wadaworth finest thrills with thrift finest low-priced car-now/ fransmlsll
and Friday of end. At that time Dewey Thorn Automatic
Thursday . only low-priced car with. Valve-in-Head! Engine!
Mr. and,Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth.Mr. ton visited Mr. and Mrs. Andrew .. _.-Pro.cd l faledd!. ..
Mrs. L. A. Hall of Rainbow Crews In Lake Butler. I finest riding ease Chevrolet's **- Mfield
and R
Trauma"iojh.p. ;
FROZEN FOODS FRESH__ PRODUCE I Ranch, Palajk are spending Mr. and Mrs. n.V.. Brannen !thanks. to its Knee-Action Ride' exclusive in .iu Automatic. Valve..Head,.;tkdt, +

o u several days at their home here. were supper ,guests of Mr. and I I I smoothest and finest the III"'t t Neq s
Duncan Hires Orai.ge Large Size Florida J Miss. Edith Chaaon, who Is employed Mrs. Jack Nelson in Jacksonvtllt finest vision .. at tow )/ co.rl-p.IUI; field'!
2 29c Alachua with. big Curved, windshield and Panoramic m III
I
Juice 5 ca.. 95c Avocados for 1 .* dietitian at Saturday. performance .4"1:0
!
General Hospital spent the long' Miss June Caldwell arrived Friday Visibility C,)Mule d Pee.rtM'; ,..H ...
Jewell Frozen Fryer Fresh GoldenDrumsticks finest safety protection _,,, xL+; ..oJ, "
weekend with relatives Calif.tor a:1 D: ,;
29c Labor Day by plane In Ventura. PEOPLE .,,,.
pkg. 69c Corn 4 Ears here.J. an extended stay with Mr. and Drum with Safety-Sight Instrument Panel and JumboMORE BUY CHEVROLETS
Br.tr.c..IMJC.t in lU field!
Winter Garden Calif. W. Goodman and wife of Dallas Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Jr. THAN ANY OTHER CAR I

Peaches 5 c..* 95c Tomatoes Lb. 19c Texas were recent guests of I
Mr. and :Mrs. H B. Wiggins, Mrs Church of God8th

Goodman will be remembered Maxwell ai\ & St. Clair S.... : TORODE CO.
\ Superbrandl Colored! QuarterslMARGARINE the former Miss Bessie \ CHEVROLET

I I of Hampton. Sunday School 10( am.
I .: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cannon of'I !Sunday! Morning Worship 11 a.m

Pound 19C i I Miami moved to Hampton lastI 1\\I Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p m. STB?
I week and are occupying the former IT P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m I PHONE 111 STARKE FLA. CALL & COURT
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''I McCormick house Th J |I Praytr :Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m

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OUR Bayless Revival Christian ChurchThe i .

... First Christian extends a I
MY 1'AY' .o :q'
u 'tf.: .' .ordliil welcome to everyone to
,
'V'tl\\ '.J
u worship there If you have Just
moved here and haven't as yet
selected your church home, do so
=i 1, now and we Invite you again.

|t Church Methodist Church Bible morning School at 10 begins a.m. with each C.Sunday W-

Ljay. morning the Rev. I Sunday. September 16, is Colsou Worship as superintendent.services begin MornIng at 11-

J Ha'nc pastor of the Church School Rally Day for all am. with the Lord's Supper at

|L|lot >f Starke. will bring the MrthndlHt Churches In the 11 15. Evening services being at
I n a series! of messages I Florida Conference. The First I Ir It 6:30: p.m. with Chrlstlau Endeavorand !
Evangelistic! services at 7:30.:
|MV Church' when he de- Methodist Church o( Starke will! I Midweek prayer services are held SAVE'

.'nnixi "My Church and I observe the day In a very signif each Wednesday evening at 7:30: .

[,,. at 11 o'clock. The I II icant way. The sew Educational I pm. studying! the 10th Chapter of
music and Acts We ask your prayers as we
I I bring special Building Is now completed and I
the are endeavoring to construct a new
be at
will
Canova !Sunday'! School
la I classes will move L Worship building. "The Prayersof
Into the newly assigned rooms for II The Righteous Avalleth Much." s
.
>vcnlng the message by.It the first time. \\'. B. Sewell. Homer Swlndall Pastor.
will be "Why Is It
jy to be Baptized This I General Superintendent urges that Church ,
L ordinances, of the Bap- we have a record attendance In I Presbyterian
Ilh be brought gra- 'Sunday, School
will for this Important ,, Sunday School at 9:43.: :
|by the Illustration of the ,occasion. All members and friendsare Friendship Class. 10 .,m.
L close of the regu- '
at the Youth choir, cordially invited. I Rev. A G. Karns, evangelist, 11 A.m. Morning Service con-
The
||lo George Jones will' The first church services In the will conduct revival .Cervices at the ducted by Rev. James Call. Th.
by minute Song Festival new Sanctuary will be held on Bayless Highway Baptist Church Youth Fellowship Sunday evening -
beginning1 Sunday Sept. 16. Services at 7 p.m.
5 till 8 p.m. at which Sunday. September 23. plans are
will continue at 7:30: u'clock Prayer Meeting Wednesday at
(regular Happy Hour servVgi being made for this "redletter'day
with the eongregatiiig In the history of the First each evening through Sept. 23. 8pm.
led by the pastor and Methodist Church of Starke. A cordial Invitation Is extended! I $2.46'You
of Miss Julia to the public to attend these meet REVIVAL CONTINUBHAT
.organ-duo I Sunday morning September 16 ings. FAITH CIIUKCH .
Dlnkins and
[and Mrs. the Rev. Thomas O. Mitchell will
trie. The Youth choir will The revival services which began -
i
[ during the worship hour. preach at the 11 o'clock church Pine Level Church Monday night at Faith Baptist

School meets at : : service on the sermon topic "Cod'sGlory i Church Lawtey, will continue
y more I Plans HomecomingOn through another week with ElderJ. "i
Bible Study with in the Morning". f At the I
H. Mattox: of Glbsonton Fla.
capable officers and Sunday evening service at 8 p.m. September 23 bringing the messages.The .

f to care for the more than Mr. Mitchell will preach on the There will be an all day serviceat i pastor Rev. A. E. Massey,

Sular attenders. Training subject. "Taking Jesus Seriously" Pine Level Baptist Church, September : extends a cordial welcome to the _.... ._", .., ,A, ..
bather at 8.45: : for training Wednesday evening, Sept. 5, a public to attend these meetings. '
1
23, with Sunday School at :
of
study The New Testament
'h members in church was i f'fthr' !
|(
begun at the midweek prayer 10:00: a.m. There will be a class TIIMItESN.'IIRISTI.IN: :
hip. service. Prayer meeting beginsat I for everybody. Come and, bring ciiritriiServices
jial Invitation Is. extended 7:30: p m. Everyone Is cordially -i your children, there will be a are held eVt'ryrlday
| worship In comfort In the Invited to attend. I special reward for the youngest night at 8 p m. with Homer Swln
ll I) air-conditioned Sanc- The Children's Slory Hour I.s'' the dall) bringing the message.. Corn-
mother oldest mother and
school. | held each WecJnomlav afternoon' mun'nn' l iii. served each Sunday afternoon
pa ark I Sunday service Is held at 7:45: : from 3:15: to 4:13.: Mrs. Wainwright mother with the most children In I at 3 p.m. The 5th Sunday can still get your Telegraph each .
School this Remember
Sunday on day. Convention of Christian .
iilmttdny, with the Paator'sbrunght Is director. All children o
: betwuen the of and 12 we study the Bible only. Churches' will convene at Theressa
i to more than 751 I ages a arc ,
orshlpers. Invited! to attend. Following Sunday School there Church the 5th Sunday of this week for less than 6c by sub-
will be the usual 11 o''lo'k service -I month. Plan to attend and we per copy
shall
look forward to r"elng you.
with the old fashioned basket

'Are We Living in the dinner the trees spread at the under luncn the hour shale,, We of St. Edward's Catholic scribing at the yearly rate of 275.. You

ast Generation Before will be expecting and delighted to Rev. Francis 3. Dunleavy, pas.
have you, come bring your bas lor.
Christ Returns"HEAR ket, meet your old friends. and Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m. will receive it regularly through the mail
make new ones Dr R. D. Ingle, Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. .
THIS lIESSAmSUND.; .\Y Factor of Berea Baptist Church, Confessions Saturday 5:00: to
NIGHT AT 8 P.M.: Jacksonville, who has toured (the 6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M.
old country for the past ten weeks Children's Catechism Classes the most convenient and economical
will 3 o'clock. You will j ---- I
IRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton speak at Saturday 10:00: a. m. .
want to hear this meusune. It will Adult Religious Instruction I
Bon GRAY; raster
be timely. courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M.,
Bible School 10 A.M.: H.T.U. 7 I'.M.: -\V. E. Hall Pastor. md by special appointment.St. method. .

for .\ Real Blessing Come to Our Services.!! Just At The Tabernacle -. .
look For The brightest Place in Town" Mark's EpiscopalSunday ,r y "a.

,
After an absence of several days '-

the Sponsor of the Tabernaclework School 0:45,: September a m. Holy 9-Church Communion nl "t1.
L'llillll'\n\ WF\m\
again had charge of the Fri- 11:00: a.m. ., }a .
day evening service. He also
-Rev. Fred Yerkes, Celebrant
brought the Sunday morning message -
ST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke on being "Approved." t
Mrs. M. V. Avery and Mrs. wil- Church of Christ

Rev. Lewis D. Haines. Pastor son were visitors to the morning I Corner 10th and McMahon If have been buying Telegraphby
Ifferson In The Heart Of Town j your
& Court Streets service. Their home Is in Penney Bible School-10 A, M. you
PHONES. : : Office 231 Pastorlum 130 Farms Preaching A. M. and 7:30: j
-f f -r j j-jri>f r J--ST JT f r srsr srjsrsT'sr sr sr *-r ff* a r-a r-rr P.M.
11:00 A.M.. 7 .15 P.M. Sunday evening the Congregation Prayer and Bible the week invite
( SUNDAY SERMONS : had the pleasure of hearing Meeting Study j single copy every we ,
each Wednesday 7:30: 1'. M. ,
|day School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6: 15 P.M. James Call speak. Mr. Call and

ID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:15: P.M. his wife are planning to leave soon Everyone welcome.

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Morning! Sermon "My Church and its Beliefs" Starke Africa. and Mr Is Call the Is son a of native Mrs. Vlv-of OF CHURCH LATTER OF JF.SU.S DAY /SAINTS CIIKIST!! j vou to a

|E\ening Sermon "Why It.Is Necessary To Be arette Floyd-Call and a great Masonic Temple, Call Street. j

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THE VOICE OF P. T. A. -'ru '

_____ _. _____--. ( ,*o iUaM .following month she mid run cloRe AIIlh', .
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million dollars; that It should ,
-' to a tht I, iiFam'm.r
Yum! Yum'! Were you at the first meeting of the P.T A Monday Would "<"U like to know what : : 'tV;, <'' i I I.j ipproach the two million mark I ,.r t jul

night'' It you were. you know what wo mean and what all absent horse will win the fifth race In ': ;." > .it the end of January and con- I W ek'h t1

and other interested citIzens Intoned. When the Hlnleah today' Or would you like \"\0 >''" : Inue at tha( rate indefinitely. 14 hog' 'he t.:'
parents teachers! Flor <." 4tLi Ie 31'dlni
of the i '
lifted from thoiie "Covered-Dishes." the aroma was won to know the outcome <"H' .:1-- : guson I\
covers were context In :" \ 'hSpt.r &<1\1111-\ ,
ida-Wyoming I f ; In December the Governmentinriouncod
The food was good too JackllOn'l consiweo ,,
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derful. Oh, My ville tomorrow" Might ..5I' ",," that it would spend gflta (tat "CIII..
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P.T.A. songs under the Idea to ask General Sumter ... 1' ( ;J' C t'\- .. a ipproxlinately $7,500,000 a month ], Hawlhorae were' ill1),
many
the sang National 'opl'r
Following the supper group Liiwry of the Florida "-" n tills area and a'building boom bought, UIj"
able leaderohlp or Mrs. Luc'le Green and Jim Hitch. Probably our OUR' d. For some reaaon or other I I' I <",; < ) < inch as Starke had-never seen be. vllle IIv b)HI FergUlOn, t,

singing would have resounded throughout the. (community If the General Lowry seldom misses '-t ; ". ,,' J ore began to gain headway. Xm'ibably ok I\trkl! !
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upper had not come before. when he prophesies that something t ; -, i, .. Increased In momentum I

The bunlnesx meeting was presided over by. Mrs. T. H. Slade will take place; at least he's always 'E'i i!': ..., "A,1th the announcement the fol'owliiR p

president. I right about Camp Blanding '. week that the rlght>of-wayl

Mr. Partin and Mr.. Morgan. who helped us I, S had been secured for a new I
Mrs. Keleher presented back ,
Old timers may remember $ from Call St. to j
School." I : fSOO.onp highway
With Our /
"Get acquainted ,
predicted
In 1940 when Gen. Lowry the Itself. ;
camp
Come on out to our next P.T.A. meeting. IP October.. tha Federal Government would : .' e ,
S 0 make a I
and
use Camp Blanding c It seems Bradfordites began to
The objects of our PTA are: boom town of Stark And. didn'tIt' believe what at first had seemed I

1. To promote the welfare of children and youth In home school !' Then still later after World I ., .. m ,.. I ''Ike It dream and began getting

War II was over the General .. .. '
church and community. '' ready for an IrC'ux of people such
Camp'
2. To raise the standards of home life. again predicted the use of us It had never seen before. Everyone ,

3. To Hecure ad'quate aws for the care and protection of children Blanding by the GovernmentAnd. finish"okl1ylnK" got Into the act an the Government -

didn't the Senate just asked local farmers to raise
and youth. six million dollars
4. To bring Into closer. relation the homo and the school that parents for the nearly partial reconstruction 4 variety of vegetables to supply

and teachers may cooperate Intelligently In the training of the of Camp Blanding Inst week?!' the new training camp contractors )
rind carpenters were engagedIn
General I Justdoccn't
child Seems as though the
the the
constructing camp
between educators and the general public such
5. To develop miss.
with dcd-
the ladles were busy a newly
united effort. ai will secure for every child the highest advantages When It was learned that funds icated USO building and the Slot ]

In physical mental social and, spiritual education. Senate had passed on the entire countryside assumed a new 'iu I mm I,,
0 0 0 for Blnndlng we began looking I"ft.*,!,
I of the Telegraphto I air of activity.
We are still waIting for those punk Have all of the homes and through old files happened I e I _______________________

I ponIes disappeared lnoe the TRACTORS came to Bradford County? I ace back what there originally in 19I ). As a reI I! 7 / 1 Local folks soon learned that

' Can't the P.T.A. find Junt a few to borrow for the Ha. lowe'en Carnival way those folks who believe the 'I Not lint man. }' )" 'l1r.. ago thi 4 iistprn ,h..riof" Kl t.ptley: I.n'ie! van dulled, with scones like the abate, this magnitude of the training

:. ? j six suit million dollar appropriationwill lit which fix>t'n* ()!'.* enjoy a refreshing HIII nr hout ride after Iimg hlilIrC. of Infantry training. With operation at Blanding had been I warm Its on Turns whtn youi oft, sse I'sw

never amount to anything I I lie 'u..al'l'rnllrlullun| of ftimln for putting flit now limitl\c' re-crvuilon on a Htanilliy l>u"lt, Mlarkcltri un' rl'IItlm"ted. and Starke experienced II tally when, youitm

; Navy Accepting I Girl InjuredIn should take on a new outlook; one \\iMiilrrlnjf If ,,",'h M-rni*.* su!IU!! e\i-r In* rf-rnurt .', a boom unrivaled by down
that history .. .. I the famous Florida land boom of I
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Volunteers On QuotaThe AccidentOn with might the repeat thought Itself. For those 'who I. acres. -Hut- ----tb-*. most Importantpart realized It. but a boom mich a* ed that 38,000 men would be staI the 20's. At one time 60.000 men Only log pair QUAKER ut IUIOII11'off<<'?. ,.I

Cherry Street have trouble remembering I of the story seems to be the they hinl, never seen before was I I Honed here. nenrly twice as many were In training on the huge res I ten eating' M' ...?"?-

Inter-Service Agreement may that far back. this I. the way in announcement that 10.000 men on Its way I.| n* originally picdfrtrd. They alan ervation. The orlgTial appropriation I In' Set pruofolhw. "" ,!
hi-at
whereby young men who have received Charlotte Knapp is In the Gainesville which Camp Blanding grew. may some day be "tatloned.there. On July 10, 1910 an announce :, asked for $3.7'10.000' arpro. for construction mush- I QUAKER nmr from,i.l. Irate I Its\ It 10

their pre-Induction physical hospital this week in a serious CMarch lit( they only knew!) nn'iil from Washington snid. "1t pilnllon, neatly 'two million\\ dollars roomed until everybody lost count. you ,an pa> (fo'iiy"",.I

, but who have not received their condition as a result of an automobile 15: 1940\ the Telegraph x 0 S Congress approve PienldentRoosevelt's short of the airount padded but It i Is estimated that from' 30 I with moni"! tuvd e
your I>i H'i cut hutei\ .
I notice to report for Induction may accident Monday night oiiCherry that anew A few months later, :Juno. 15. plan for mobilization by the Senate last week. to 40 millions .were eventually
volunteer for the service of their ran a news article stating i
with whom aivI IntensIve training of the National I spent.
St The man National Guard camp word came from Washington that
choice has been extended through Florida Guard 22.0OO will likely November, of that .ee I QUAKER CHAll
Smith II men Then In year
: she was riding! Austin bo founded near here. As t I Congressman Lox Green waa urging i I
'j November 30. 1051.: of the local in the county jail but no charges wall matter to of fact, It was to be erectIon the Army to make use.. of I be stationed 'he..e. The announcement 'Col. R, I II Kelly: cnmp ('omm..n
j Chief 1. P. Cain sail that will be filed against him until Misj Lake just opposite Camp Blanding as a training site. also raid the size of I appealed to Ptarke' businessmen million dollars Is of little consequence -

Navy Recruiting; Station Knapp'a condition takes! a definite ed Klngnlcy of prominent I< The Army was unwilling; to commit Die/ camp would be upped to 122nno ,- not to raise their prices to the I would do well to remember -
homes many I
volunteers the summer
'I the Navy la still accepting course. I j to Itself at that time but 89 acres. n11In uniform. "They're no lt.1 what happened last time when ,
service though the Stnrkeites. The Camp was 'I 6 6'is
. for naval and M. M. Morgan the Inve. tll'atlnll'J I be named In honor of Major Albert : quartermaster reserve officers a I fi'tent just bl'crollA" they're now the State Invested $750,000 in a

. Navy Is on a quota limited system number of officer sAid apparently Smith and H- niandlng and was to beiprend moved In to the camp the following A month later Congress pnsspil In uniform." he ;sld He alsonnnomired I small training camp on the eastside

i cnn only enlist each a month.JOHNSON Miss Knapp were riding down I over an area of 211,000 I week nit I very few Bradford, the mobilization plan and announc- I that the payroll the of Kingsley Lake. j
. men ..
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'\ FLOORPOLISHER "Just the side ran of Into"the street.a car parked Smith said on ,\' BHS Enrollment \ Cost Per PupilIs BENNETT VISITS BRADFORD HI I
W.C.T.U."LL
he Just didn't see the other car ,' Shows DeclineContinued $180.50 Yearly .
r In the.pnrkel
one
In time There was no
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$1 Per Day Smith was treated at the Stacks ( page KinTIIKIt[ II\\K NOT PUT ASNV

I !Medical Center for Injuries not i St. Petersburg Jr. College prior to that are so tie. 'e<
4 FARM, HOME considered serious while MissKnnpp entering the University. He received lion of the county's schools. THE 1\MK AS OU) MAN

AUTO SUPPLY wall rushed to the Gainesville -I 1 a Bachelor of Arts degree Should< anyone decide to play IIOO/E." I

; hospital. I I from the University In 19SO and hookey Morgan sail It costs tht ("OSNII.U'K.! I |

remained there In the graduate county 8.1 rents in state funds _' (SIHN.\L "UESS.'ASSTOS.: 222-22ITtmplt

1 m..I nnt: mm rmmil. Mill mm mm mni 1I1I1I! I'llll' liilllWiiif'yv I school for one year. He also spentthree every d >y they russ.'. The reason ,- : '11,1.) I Phone Hid SIhi

!! : \ : -g---llJl summers studying at the the amount aretiis so large, he explained. _
1I11l1.njj1lliII"1i( }
, \ \ l \ I University of Mexico. Is because the smaller

1)1 KTDictz / counties, suth as E'radforU. receive
AM MTl.
::1 IF YOU AREN'TCOOKING ,I who Is currently teaching mute state help that the hi

American history science and. larger counties.: 600. X 16 First Line

St. 1'e-
geography also attended ij

II prior ter burg to Jr.entering College the for University two years No New Faces :100 LEVEL

To Be Seen
therein
of Florida. He graduated
June, 1950: and spent the follow- Around City Hall REGULAR 21.27 VALUE

4 WITH GAS ing year working on his Master's

....gl'ee. He Is a veteran of two (Continued from page one)

years In the Navy. $18.00
' Sprow From Ohli. picked up 843 votes for the sake

'I THY IT YOU'LL LIKE IT Sprow hails from Norwalk. Ohio of the record and naturally. received -I -

but prior to coming here. taughtin more votes than any other A number of great men anil great American.* were onri Congres-

i IT'S CLEAN Oxnard California. He received candidate. There were five bullets .hlona! {Illig....... CongreHMnun" (Charlt Heniirtl told a Npwlul aixrmhly

IT'S FAST his Bachelor of Science degree with names written In but theI at BUS last. week prior to Introducing Tom McC'lune hl.' frllixwsliNlenta PURE SERVICE STORE

IT'S ECONOMICAL: from Heidelberg! College In 1936 I I voters who wrote the name* in at the tx>j. In this county Mho haw been wl.rt.-.. to erte nextKiimmer.
Master of Arts In Education neglected to also place an" by
his
and H.TI- ( left to right) N young Mct'lune, Krimctt and Bill PHONE 189
Installed As Low As $15 from Ohio State In 1946. He their choice and the votes didn'tcount.
Is leaching seventh. grade social :Si'rtiggn/ uho headed tin- local Mi-lcrtloii committee. OPEN I 5 A.M. 'TILL 11 P.M.I.I

studies at present. I Here Is the unofficial count as

The seven new f'lementaryteachus released by the election officials America was founded on the founded he added. I I St. Roads 100 and 200 StarOLl'l

Slade Gas Co. on hand to greet the returning Wednesday morning/ principles .of God. CongressmanCharley In concluding' Bennett said he
youngsters were Miss For :Mayor Tm> Iran
; Bennett told a special assembly is. proud to serve the people of
Miss Betty aton. J. R. Wainwrlght 3 :z
Ruth
J FLA. Flyler of high school students In Bradford County in Congress andregrets
; IMIONK 121 STAKKE, Kenneth Caxsuls Marvin Stokes :J. P. Roberts B3T\ athletic I
the stadium
Friday morn- I that this county will no
Mr. and Mrs. Don Parker anti Mrs.J. For C'lty ( lt>rk Two leantCarl
ing. Its up to us to remember longer be In his district after this
L. Young. Johns 843 those principles and stick by session of Congr.. He Intro- tnEtia..1lni.
s.
fniL'@ttl\ CO
\ Meet Mlm I'ljli'rMils For City Council. Two Vear* said.
Plyler Is b native of Wash. W. T. Jackson 619 them, he duced Tom McClane to his fellow
He called their attention to the students as the boy from this County -
ington. U. C. and attended Fur- Paul Bridges 359
__ fact that a few years ago these who has been chosen to
man University. prior to enrolling George Kopelousos :Sit serve
'im. rrfi t at the University of Florida. She Junlus Smith 21 principles were threatened with as a page In Congress for a month We feature. .
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rtt r;. .: ._ graduated from the University! In For' Chief of Police Tie 1 ear* extinction by'HltI..r( and his race. next summer. (
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Now America faces the threat of ,
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a
; L 5--- June 19S1 with A Bachelor or Arts W. E. Thornton 811 great

j 8AI.K- Mlxnlonury. .", All Mak.. All 'IedeIa degree and Is teaching the third Karl F" Miles 411S Marxism the! principles of which men had served as congressionalpages I Elizabeth Arden .
Full plnnlM on nw limit At ,It.Naa.iahie rb.reeu ..ua..atee4C grade here In Starke. were laid down before Hitler'f during their younger day

niitv, Mnk 1 ntllKH. nip Mn north offfr nf.W".1\Ir \ .I W. ii.'-'Ii". "t.i "1I.r'HUrUII ..:...... Ph. f4TIIAY IN Allan\ Eaton Bwk Food Handlers School time. but only recently came Intc and to be chosen for the job was 1 Harriet Hubbard Ayers ..
r Wimilln Bennett said. p
Portsmouth. power a honor.
lit ?"'> Miss Eaton Is from very high He also expressed ,
nn IIOO-Ownor may hAve by Ohio. She attended Stephens College Ilegins Wednesday "The world Is In the midst of his sorrow that a month
snil woman. litontlfylnv and payIng: for art and Bourjois .
COl.onFoO muInt.non'0 IIKT.P--Man work. Now! fot-il. hill. J. I'. Whit., lit. 3. lOst for two years and Miami Here the greatest revolution alnce it* was all the time McClane couldserve

for Kln..l..y )V..rh. It 41 Hlark*. lip"flit University (Ohio) one year before In Courthouse beginning." Bennett said. "We for he wanted to extend the

IIAI.F.-t4-rnnt plywood boatih enrolling In and graduating from can each serve our country by opportunity to one boy from each Coty .

:WEDDING ni. Ord AND..BIRTHDAY titkftn At Dnhmer CAKESU a .*ap. Au.rbMcb Klnsal; Lmk* the University of Florida In 1951. :Jack Trawick.reminded county all sanitarian just remembering those principle county within his district before ,
Ifrwo this week profess -
Olft 8hopp I'hon M-J. IfCUNOKIt She received a Bachelor of Science of God on which our country wan the districts i chantronilsson. Dana. Tabu. .
: : food handlers In Bradford
SI'FOI'R ROOM roT- degree In education and local students -
8KWINO Mu.-hln.. Coinmny furnlehs4.. all County of the food handling school
Lake ntv Kin. I'hiin mo T\/nI4--'OnllI..I"ronv..nlrnora. Vary rvaaonahta.. probably recognized her which begin Wednesday. September I WHATD'YA KNOW ABOUT FOOTBALL? Richard Hudnut .
.*..In! rvpnlr, your ", ,,,'hl.... In tiptop Cintiift :II... Oranirer, WaMo, read.ly since ahe Interned here In
eonI Ition. tiifnnnM. Wii. fin Itp 911KKVHTDNK Starke laxt year. She Is. also 18 and extends through Thursday BRUSH UP AT CLINICS TODAY
vcnuln* Blncer "".1. 20. All Lelong .
U.. onlY September meetings Lucien
our. .iwrvlo cam.. will lilck rellucat.New tip untlilrtllwry "I li..:ltlIIT.--fl.. an. nil Vl teaching third grade. will be held In the court room In .-L."n" roe two football clinics. I
....."- upon l ikr.. il.u-k. boat haum, very lnrllvlntf .. Caoarlit. A VeteranCassels and! Aaron Kulchlnson.
5t,5.r( murhinoi* ar. Mvntlntiln .. window fIr.. the County Court House. one for students at 2:30: this afternoon Some Lentheric
room ple.i it who Is teaching arts and of these bovi reported In .
trniM.FOn '
on rrSS.'t'Si'lS l l ,... .. .*d poreh Hdroom I (Friday .1
plti turn afr *n Trawick said a number of private and one for the
klec.hon.. ai>rvl..'. porch.. Oaiii crafts. In the Starke elementarySchool I good shape Hobbs said but some I
runner by .. .. : restaurants have already public at THO:: tonight were announced
HAI.EHtmwbarry .i tool l :A l rv drooma calls New Port Rlchey his rvf them didn't and will require a Max Factor .
the b.... FlnvMt Mt.Htonry ..i..,nd floor with 3 v.ry .lurit promised to attend and all choolcafet..rllt this. week by BHS headroach
home and Is. an alumnus of the lot of work to 'q
mltt'. *. South of riiphxtiriln.. Rain. room. "*"u.l. bring them up on
J. T I-Antl. pn.\\ ...... .. .. personnel as well ai James E, Hobbs. Both I ,
.. Hlichwny 100. Addrtna fnllliiiHMtap, *H and H a University of Florida having an even keel with the boys reporting -
I.n flo.. 7'. Htnrk. Flu' ...n."I.F.. <'. Plb1.. Marnnlla Rd. there In August 1951 some of the Raiford cooks will be clinics will feature an introductionof I Old Spice .
.........It. \Vhltn. P0ath. ,'""rl. graduated before school opened. With
SAIK__lmpr<.v'..l 45.cr farm "K.'v.tn. llola-hta. tip He Is s. veterivn of two year's service on hand. In order that everjonewlahing the players offensive and defensive ,
FOR nn. mil r*.t of hampton.on.. hard... during World War II and. also to take the course can at formations. official signals the newcomers, the number now Shulton. .
road fen. tr..... 14. clXtrpilKUctrlo 1' Koll 8.M.R-On,. .1.... foot chow Interned here In Starke last tend. Trawlck said two daises will and a demonstration explainingthe trying for starting positions totals
half ofnrul .. and 8vtd (' year.
,urchnril I'un MlMtrtink recil i
lltrhtN ant w.5t0r. V\Vrlt.'14 0.III' Stokm Front \\'alI.> be held every daT. One each morn- cost of uniforming a footballplayer. better than 40. Hobbs said. I'Yardley. ... .
1l.... tt! 'Ark" i Stokea Is teaching the sixth Ing from 9-11 and one In the eve- .
Asked if the
1\00111 (..nmp\.t..) for eat.at Foil A.I.o. Servrl k.ro..ner.frlerator grade here In 'Starke and Is a nlng from T to 8:30.: I The night clinic will also feature prospect* for winning -

LUNCH.......lfl..... nn..1 1132.tnratinfl Sterke.Via. In. I.S. On. abel In .beam perfect KvlnlT condition turn. graduate of the University of He also extended an invitationto I| a full game-length scrimmage with : the opening game against
14..k.. '.rIt. Its"* It 9114 plourh In perfect condition. 91 I Florida. He didn't leave home anyone Interested to register two separate teams chosen from Wllltston seemed any better Hobbs rrha(1

1:. W. Tnornpkln- lUlford PinUp very far behind. being a native of for the school whether they are I| this year's Tornado squad. Hobbs said he didn't know. He explained See Dolly or Edna for advice as to

FOR ...\I.\ous.non nt 131 rrwhFTYplitole. fl.ahflrIl.ltIehway I Waldo and having taught thereprevIously acllnly.employed' In food hand explained the reason for holding that Willlston had
'. 2: 3nl.nII0's JsIlIs north Thomit's.4tP. QI'IP.T. HOME for t.II..d people [ H. Is also a World ling acttvlt'es or not. The courts two clinics this way. He said they 17 lettermen for your particular style of beauty-
who hitv transportation
.121 own returning didn't
(.lit''" hotiNkpln. room,* with i War II veteran having spent ap- will be taught by F.. Russell Jackson held one for the students In the lose a man from I

fmnl. 3 1 mn. iran. wittvr. t... on and* llahta prrnon at |tin J3 prmonth fur I I protlmatery three years in the of the State Health Depart afternoon last year and not many last year's squad anti BHS had

yon i4.tT.p2.t3a.r l I.e.uiitlful I rest fslI it. championhloiHl t'nitpt.. Inald City limits of. Waldo i service. ment. townspeople could attend. If he 1 only six Ivttermen to return. along
ttfl. lino.-Mr.. Vt It. T..rrY.J..m ;Mra (Claud Clark. tI... 111 :Mr.*. Younn:>. New Job held. It at night. not with nationallY ad jvertd'metics
]!411S many students a host of The
(lull. phon .Krynton nationally. but she was a pioneer newcomers.He above are some of our
sq I'ris.. :J. 1. Young resigned herpo&tion could
OR rlVI.B--F.rniall "A" tmrtor.fully | In the method In Florida. attend. Accoallngly.th..v did say however that this We are trying to bring to Starke olL
,.. In05s5l0 *<|>llpp..d \Cnolact II. :M as school supervisor herein are going to put On two tie'ec l
1.o..T.. wi-fk". .KII 11..01.' nt -,rv I1ddlnr.. $aturdtty only. !.....tr Ito. :' Bradford County this summer Parker A PoycholugUt clinics In order that everyone separate year's eleven should prove to be can be bought in Jacksonville. See our
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.1......., rh"lrrrr, .f H. ;I and, should be no stranger here. Parker U from Winter Park and may have a chance to attend a fairly sound ball club by mid- .. -
H..wrl. K returned. to 1t FOR ItRVT: Four room hou* with | She Is teaching a group of cx.ceptional attended th. :Jacksonville :Junior one of them. I I season, barring Injuries ---- --- scieflt1't. !
.... to kl"plaYl'rl
or" l I...... poriha, 1H mlla nut skilled
two assisted Don two Your '
old Plxmlln. Road.. Inquire Wll.Hani I children by College for years before enrolling Hobbs said 11 players had joined and KOCH pharmacist Is a ,
PAHTtlHB OARPKN.. Hutch KKKn: 'I"VH.for Slli'ox lipVANTKL4)n I I Parker reading. specialist.I at the University\ of Florida the practice aquad since school provided some of the treme care used in filling every. Pre** ',,\

fall 1inNHr plantln ,.. Blnrk, Hyv ". in fl cra n aPWtNrko I Art la education\ i la
nra-a Fl : di-gre 19V
\ ,.Rye itrrv fulltn\ frrtlllavr AIniiectU Writ >V. p Farr. O niol Mr.. Parker Is a native of Tampa may be a big help to thl.t..am's doctor ordered.kOjRUIOflI.
l Id' -M 14 flrowns'elip. nllvrv Htark. Flit Itu holder of a Master's degree In Before coming to Starke and ac- .year's chances. He named

(HI FOIl DAMC.-Thr.* ronm """.. tn h*. I music from the University of Flo npt'DIa position a< reading the new players ss letterman Del All Kind* of Sr

yon t. 'NTfnrn' ",., r....>m hn.... fully niovd .a Iw or h. torn down II.! ...idheart I. rIds and currently Instructing the specialist. he taught educational ano Thomas; two members of la.tyear's Alteration and Slip ( .

.h..d.n..1 "." 'torn.pply. onventoneeN.P11.101 33T N. Wai-" .. lumber Mr* J. T at PrevaIl a real It barvalnn II* :V glee club. She has previously \ psychology at th" Jacksonville I squad. Randall Martin and. / SKF.: II IIn'

nut lip Walnut' M Up I taught at the University and developed College of Music and later engaged | Bobby Crews: and right newcom-1 I' MRS. D. A. wlnl'l
: a method of teaching piano | Cr'. Bobby Wiggins Ed Teston.
tittl isnoti.k. 'A-ITF.o--r..I": In .ear tro>' IT At the> .
r with It4'flnie-lonni
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W* !' >lnir atH.rI' *n arhaol' ", .nth .iM '''.n nf .......In. *i.-r |: to 21 students at one time. The In the private pract ce of Paul Rivers Don Howard Davtd I IWoodarJ I .
.,;liall.'| ..n. ln<,n ..I'( ..httl ... r. In i.,.*han5a for room and i I. AnsI method had been previously tried psychology In that city Bobby Joe Hall. Leroy : s. fail. !st. II
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Championship bard Races Worm Shortage Hits County i Legion Commander "


; A. J. Theme., Jr. was Install
Ly Lake has,been selected a* Commander of the Fourth Die

It for the State Champion-Races onJer Leading Dealer Says He Now Has To Leave !1 "You Worm" Should No Longer Be An Insult, Considering How tract, American Legion, Department

[lilY' 30.Outboard The championships :! Bradford! To Find Wrigglers For Sale I rI 0 1 1r Much These Lowly Cre &tures Do To Help The Farmers Till The Soiltwo of Mid-Summer Florida, at the Conferen Department

conducted by the Floridan I Itself tall instead of a head., Then, of held In Winter Haven last Frida
of Outboard Clubs with What are you; a "grubber" or a"grunter" for going after worms, even with YGl fens to work In ground five to 13feet purposes; by anchoring and Installation wa
tike'; but the result of his It can easily snap back Into Its course, It will starve to death. If Saturday.
deep
Stance of Its 34 Indepenit ? Sounds klnda' a all the other conditions Just right performed by Joe H. Adams ol
board clubs throughout stupid question doesn't It? But la early in the morning while the labors down deep reach the topsoil hole like a rubber band should it loses Its tall. It just grows Miami National Vlce-Commande

Je. Including the Jackson- should the earthworm dealers of I dew Is still On th4 ground. Most ..- very fast Each worm pro- danger approach and the anchor another. (That 'seems logical for of the Legion.Department.

board Racing' Association America ever organize and convene folks think you can get 'em at elements are from three to 11 times keeps It from losing Its way home whoever heard of a bub-tailed Commission an

ice course at Kingsleyn that would probably be the I high noon, he says, but if they do r /' dures about eight pounds of castings *, since It's blind and might easily worm?) But, should more than I Committee appointments made b; t

be surveyed and apjrov-/ first question asked by each dealeras I they're just picking up a few a year, In which plant growthmore loan Us direction. 13 segments be cut off at the same Dept. Commander Frank J Fal .,
The win. to what abundant than in the very When the worm breeds It discharges time It's a gone, gone gcmlin.
(tidal records. he met a colleague. strays; nothing compared srmo of Tampa and confirmed b;
bach, heat will be official You sec, there are two ways ofobtaining I they would get early In the morn- top level of earth.. These castings, fertilizing juices from Its Contrary to popular belief, birds the Department Executive Meet
lampion for the respectiveIn earthworms from the Ing. or worm manure are full of nitro- own body Into receptive well In are not worm's chief enemy. Since Ing at this conference Include

all, 20 heats are plan- ground. Ono Wfyr, called "grunt-! Most people believe that worm \j: gen and other qualities found In another worm's body. While discharging the worm performs) most of his several members from theo local
-f commercial organic fertilizers For / this Juice, It receives A duties from five to 10 feet below
Ing", is the one which Mack McRae are useful only for little boys to Legion Post
of safety for I t thin reason, the manure Is highly reciprocal I contribution from the the. surface, birds just can't reach
In the
Interest Is demonstrating picture accompanying scare little girls with or for Thursday Charles S. partin Jr. membe
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not more than 15: boat I this artlc-le. The other, afternoon fishermen to use as 1 I prized by florist and they often other worm at the same time. In them. Chemical fertilizers are of the Americanism Commission
to In each i it I have to pay fancy prices to get It. week or 10 days, the egg being the worm's real enemies. They
allowed run; referred to as "grubbing" meansdigging camouflage for their hooks. Oo W T. Coram, Jr., member of th
than 150: entries I I It has been estimated that one carried by the worm are ready for can take a lot, but fertilizer loaded
ire more them out of the !ground doubt, most of the worms used by Oratorical Contest Committee
.led.. It will be necessary I with a hoe or shovel.\ McRae, a humans go for those two purposes I here of avers lI'eII'd.n/ soil contains delivery, so It loosens Its belt with. chemicals Is just the last W M. Scruggs, Jr., member o
heats be run to merchant"for { from 20,000 to 1,000,000 (yellowish band near middle) and straw and may kill up to 73: per-
tilnatlon leading local "worm but, when It comes to enrichingthe the Patriotic Observances &: Fla
fastest IS out of each I nearly IS years, Is convincedthat soil and making things grow worms. These are capable of slides the belt head ward. As the cent of them. Education Committee; Charles SPartln
I churning; and enriching 10 to 20 belt slides past, the worm deposits So, you see, slave labor didn'tgo
I i iixlmately "grunting" Is the best way faster, the earthworm Is In a class Jr., member of the Amen
$1,000 In cash because you don't chop any In two by itself. tons of soil per year. So, you see, three to five eggs In It and out of style ,with the Civil War. ranlsin In School Affairs Committee

till be awarded In addition I with your digging! tools and It'sJust It's hard to believe but there are If your lawn or garden la as large the eggs are fertilized an they You own workers you didn't even ,. and Dr A. Y. Covington

ftien.la. "downright 'easier." of earthworms ((1i ns an acre, the worms are saving glide over reservoirs of apern. know about Yet. you probably member of, the\ Medical Advisor
profitable over 1,000 species I I you 10' Ions of organic fertilizer When the belt, full of eggs hits haven't even fed them well. All i Committee
It used to be a pretty America. That fact Ie I
Will Leadf business, McRae says but It's falling In North howeverfor yeRr. Naturally If your prop' the air, It hardens Into a neat they need Is a few loaves left on I
little because of the really Inconsequential I 11"1' covers less than an acre pouch or capsule which Is deposited the ground and grass need. But ,
off a low most. worm's a Youth Is Jailed
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to people
f Productioner worm shortage. There are very his racial 'the saving la proportional. By In a compost pile or top soil to In you burn up all the leaves and
worm, no matter what loosening and the soil ate. mow down all the grass. When a
Tells Rotary few left In Bradford County, he affiliation. Another Interestingfact i fertilizing cu For Robbing Station
| says, and he heat to leave the county about the Independent little at the same time, they are also And Its deposit really draws worm eats, though, It sucks it'sfood

fight future for the cattleIn 'altogether when he takes off on workers Is that they're "Its" Yepthey're i saving you the cost of three. la- Interest, for in three or four weeks In, making a noise similarto I Leonard Orlffla Jr., a 13 yea
His \ borers working eight hours per three to 20 tiny agile white worms a long, satisfied a I u r p! The old Starke youth, was arrested an,
Florida was predicted Meaning
> hunting expedition. hermaphrodites.
a worm day In a period of two or three emerago from each egg. From sound Is supersonic and you can'thear jailed last Wednesday: night afte
E. Conner In a male and fe-
Doyle Club! own personal business has slowed each worm Is both years worms In an acre of pastureland then on, they face the cold. cruel It, but If you could hear that I stealing approximately $20 from th
the Rotary ,
|before down considerably because of a male.) will\ grind enrich and aerlate world alone. Fortunately the long, satisfied s 1 u r p you'd feed ''''register In Overs t reefs servIce

t week.described the' rapidly peculiar rash on his legs that he The earthworm can do yom every grain of dirt In the acre for voting worms mature rapidly and them better. station. He Is now In th,
Jr I being garden lawn or even an entire a depth of a foot or more are usually full-fledged adults So' men, the next time you're In county jail 'awaiting trail befor<|
cattle ranches on the re- has been diagnosed as
says farm more good than any living A worm lives alone in Its own' with voting privileges In three the dog house, and your wife County Judge E, K. Perryman.Orlffls .
lands of South Florida, to
everything frbm polsorl Ivy of hired help andyourself.
except course months.If screams "Get out of this house, ,
stated that rapid strides, harrows small burrow, working all day and entered the station Wednesday
> "earth eruption." It not only plows could talk, they would worm," that's a compliment
When they you
made In other parts of aeriates running nrotind all night. night ,while "Billy" Over'
If and your
te He said that Florida Getting worms Is a real' science, cultivates It's'good and dark, the ,worm starts probably teasingly say "I can do bud a compliment, not an' Inault street, was busy with a cuatomei

|jome day take the lead In he snys. It can't be too hot andIt i soil but In doing so, provides and' Mack McKae DemonstraU I'' for the top of his hole and there, ) something. you can't do." for they And If you want to brush up on out In front, opened tho cash reg

notion of beef cattle In the rant be too cold. It can't be I abundance of nutritious earth in- ,. by flattening Its tall to serve as call. If for some reason a worm thn fine point of grubbing or later, took the money out, and disappeared
growth and productivity Approved Method of (..run nn anchor the entire length of Its I before Overstreet returned
States too dry, and there's no need goingat i i creasing plant I I Ii loses ltd' head It can replace the /grunting Mack McRae wilt be I I81a.1
issue forth to eat and breed. ,
Over
f was Introduced by \v..H to about 40 percent. ing" Karthuoinis.WE; | body to the building. When
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T"'en00 up
who had charge of the all if it's too wet. times I I, In common land, the worm pre.FISWN'S I i The flattening of the all( serves| deported"member, but It'll be a i to Il'lvJ'ou a few tips. I street found the. money missing! ]

for the day.SCOUT. he says, the only real good he called n the city\"-police to In

I l 't Leslie C. ISroii'ii Toby Dowdy Fans Occupational LicensesOocupat'onal I[know vestlgatlon Grlffls showed had taken he the had' money jus!
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NEWS KNOW
ADDRESSESOF ; WANT TO
I FUN May See Band Leader .. he told the officers' that the pout
Leslie Commodore Brown, 60 a licenses/ for 1931-62:
INTEREST What YOU Know bath been hanging 'around abou
seek our Girl Scout Christ- I native of Indiana died in a Jack.1 On TelevisionRay are now on sale at the. office of
Uakt'l'Touche' the time It was stolen.
rdll arrived and further liy mil will sonville hospital Sept 3 () County Tax; Collector, K. Kelly
Leach Rt. 1 Durham, Mo. Each: wrck the Telegraph
made their A. P. with the deadline\ for Shortly( after midnight, the cit,
<"r< regarding Stone Chairman of the renewingset
USN, Navy I Mr. Hardman Very 8-monihn subscription Illness of two weeks
John E. M Rae, Sn. award a an he
the boy as wa;
American Dance Commit. at October 1. Beer licenses police picked up
FFO, San Francisco commendable letter sirs Your for the bent TIPOKTIIKUKKK who had made his Legion
3923, Box 2 t. care Mr. Brown hat
he said he
Ii decided that we would fat "Information tre announced this week that the ar4> due on or before October 1, returning bicycle !
1 picnic last week at Mrs. Calif. reasoning was very good severalthings as gltlng u4 home In Dayton, Ohio for the past Legion's Saturday night dances and, If renewed by than will not borrowed from a girl friend. However

|lackahear home at Klngs- Rev. J. B. Dixon Hendcrnonville change from, as It went. apparentely There are did not concerning an the item Furrow suitable" You for few years, was visiting his sister were continuing Co /grow In popularity have to go.to, the State Beverage tho officers said further investigation
to you! Following
p ntcad| of a regular meet- Jacksonville I I take Into consideration.. Mainly, il... not have to write the story Mrs. A. D, Martin, In Starke and predicted that attendance Department for approval. showed he had jus
N. C.
appreciate Mrs. Black- would soon be breaking the stolen the bicycle also. When ap
all fishermen are prone to take the Jut: drop when stricken He was a member
that or picture
,imitations! to a number of I Neal Jessup'espol't.; Ind 200 mark. prehended youth had |17 an(
exagerate. I will\ grant you the by the office or drop im a lard of the Methodist Church, having from 7 until 7:30: and, will be a
Camp odd cents In his
le framing parties at Capt. J. A. Scajilan Hq. Is ofpot".n MiiKlc for these dances Is fur- some pockets
in question and location
that the the ,
fact story git Ing name done church work for most of his network TV broadcast
e. I Chltosi, Unit No. 1, care PM, APO "far fetched". However this writ. or thing you want: written nlnhcd. by Toby Dowdy and his
Jane Brandt, Scribe 69 He was a retired baker. Dixie Hi-Pointers Door prizes for last Saturday (T.IF.TF.ityORKINO:
Francisco Calif. to on years. Lily popular
309 San er neither lays claim proof up and we. will ,do the r wtIf contributed
nlRlu'siTMnce by
.'" Leo Bradley 1071 N. W" lUat 'all- slorlesi, printed-( 'nor doea ne you ara'alrttwly' a iulxwrlber In addition to his slater here' he rarllo, television and Mercury re'orlling -,, the Florida Theatre were and Central Everyone is Invited to gathe

Dr.lour St., Miami Fla. even try! to prove them. Even the threw months will be addedto la survived by three brothers, four ([ artists Of Interest to local ,I Drive-In. up hi* tools and attend the cemetery
fan of the )I.
organ
Toby Dowdy
R. Marco Sgt. Jas. W. Lee-AF113S3405: : you air stretched the truth In your present subscription. other sisters and stepson, John- sation Is the announcement made working at the Elzey Chape
I These dances are held each Saturday
35th. Supply Sqdn., Ramey AFR. your letter. Your sports writer nie Mntz of Dayton Ohio, Station WMBR-TV that Dowdy Cemetery next Friday Septembe
by
; FUN night at the Starke
OPTOMETRIST: Rico.Anthony would very much like to fish In COME ON 'HAVE armory I 14. John Hale, who U In charge
Puerto I
Ft. .eral services and burial were will start a 30 minute TV ahow beginning at 9 o'clock. The publicla
Examined; change I the lake where blue gills average Submit Your"TIPOF.TIIE.WEEK" of the affair, said It will be an all
Glasses/ Fitted from Starke to Cermenaro 533 W. Ikfain. NortliAdams from 1 pound to Itt' pound They I held Friday, Sept. 7, In West ver their station for the General cordially Invited to day Job andthose attending should

Mass. would\ probably come closer to 1.2 Flagler Memorial Cemetery reiectrlc Corporation. This show U, assured of a full evening'.I/ bring their lunches for dinner on

121 \\'. Call St. 423-41-07. Co. pound to 3-4 pound In average Name of winner will be an- Miami. ] vlll come on each Tuesday night lancing enjoyment. the grounds.
119 Starke Fla. Joe Lazenby weight. Another thing mentioned nounrml leach week.
:31-772 U. S. Naval Tng. Ctr., San by you; that shrimp ,would not be ,

Diego 33 Calif.SPECIAL. alive after being out of water that .

long. It Is this writer's belief that In rirrnlt r..r.. 11-nd'urd. Co..t].,
any whole bait (shrimp minnows, rlnrlrfm !. (.........rr.Onrls .
M Plaintiff, v>. Bud Get So Much
THIS worms etc,) whether alive or dead Jacob, Defendants Jacohi u. :
Is considered "live bait" when Case No ell( :
Urdrr Of Publication Awl Xotlre TAppmr -
hooked on a line.
WEEK ONLY "'r AT.I op Pi.onnil Tel
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Htirk Samba, whose residence .ndRddr.
Your sports writer has been ... In: Unknown
You are required to spp.nr 01
caste In the part of being against rrnhr I. 1951 In the above nnm
commercial fisherman In,the past (fnurt and cause, wherein plalnttfekn

Please be Informed that this in not rMfrrnth... dlvorr shall. *. puhllnh mdfnrd this Cnunt Order]. YoIt So !

the case at all. Commercial fishermen In spat, four wffkly limiifiii.WltnAfln Pay Li-t-tle
Item my bund and nfflrln' ,
are a very necessary II.sal, at Starke. Florid, this Augur
In the sports fishing world. They :!!9. 11111.) .
help keep the rough fish popula ([FFICIAl( BRAT. A.r: Thomas.
An Clerk of .1.1! Court
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lion down In all the lakes In our I1V! Myrtl T. Da".r, Deputy CUrkhao .
state. However, yours truly believes (' n II...., S04-OH Ounranty 1,1 f. e
[:luM.llnir.' Jk onvllln. 1, Plorldn.ly .
that there should be law .th( ,. for Pit. Sjni 1 4t SIts'

more clearly defined to control / Is a picture of the best Pontiac own And Pontiac gives you superh '
these fishermen. properly. For ex
les Injurious salesmanlnallAmerlca-thewon performance-for many many thousands
ample: traps would be far *
derful car Itself!
of
to the game fish In the Announcing carefree miles.

4 1 wi J eja.r I lakes that set lines. A trap properly Come in and see for yourself eiactly The price tag? Well we think that'

set will not collect more KSTAIIUSIIMrNTCRUMP: how much this treat( car gives youthe best news of all-Pontiac is priced

scale fish than a set line properlyset. and how very little It actually costs. so low that if you can afford any new "51tti INFt '

First of all/'Pontlac dives you Silver car you can afford this! great car. Como d

The sport fishermen have haj? ENGINEERING Streak beauty-a personality all its In and jet the facts.

very sorry fishing this past week. & CONST. CORP. S
far I The fish just will not cooperate
did not read the '
They apparently
10.32 Hendrlcks Ave.
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Fishing' calandars on the market

1 P 1595 All the calandars reported goodrlstling Jacksonville, Florida
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all week.: Practically all sun tifrP'/ 'Art"afButs'taRegistered /

4 the fish caught wer- caught on .

S Ff1.1. Ctellr live bait.
r\a Yt11Cl1WITL'U eta

There were a record number of LAND SURVEYORSand 4ll \

fishprtnen'\ on the lakes but the record CIVIL ENGINEERS

a a R. ,; 1+rW LIJF.i I fish were sadly lacking. There

: I were just not any reported caught. .....,.,w..,
Hope there better news next time
TOUA ) 1 at
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Properly Transfers -IEiiL
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ACMEVacuum K.'; R. Batten recently bought the WILDING t&.__ -_ _
10 acres belonging to Mr and Mrs
Stores. Inc. Robert Leon Batten for I1.20O _

403 W. FO."ytll St- The same day, he bought the ad-

I 1 lolnlng' property from C. E.: Batten, tqrO..se, .rr,it r/.f*tnt trim / /,,,','.,'"l
"..,k..n\'I le. FlaE for $5OO.) Ire""in/ /. fhfUf tlhaml .. ..
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;uardlan of the estate A..rl..*s L.w.at-Prle.d. "Ireldhi 81ah/ /<
HANDY Mr. and Mrtr. Wilbur W. Neal,
COUPON BELOW Facksonville., have bought all the Lww.ud-PeI.d
- - - and Eliza- far with r.*>* Hydr..N.tle Drive Dollar for
property of Randolph ...... Dollar can't heat
n1'ACt'CM I .. ..._) you : a
STORES.: INC. beth Lynn's In the Indian Beach We offer the people of Starke -Y
It. I'unyth 9t.naNIie mi-division.' Amount paid was y.'t....->.. ml "llv.r "t..afc ...l.. .

+ Florida I 15000.Mr. red vicinity one of the mostmodem MraltltK. Klfltil. .. Mia

OCr DemonI I and Mrs. 11:. 3. Austin re- and ft.Ht equipped/ Tfc. )Lei .....If.. T...... ... Wh elefcr P
OBLIGATION I wOIII.- eke a FREE Horn I ently sold their two Iota In east l'aanal.d7 VUhor .

Ik,9 of beautiful" rebuilt Elwtrolut complex with 8 at Starke to Mr. and Mat Harrington'handler I weldlc shop anywhere.. O .ae
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for 'IU3. I for Sl.OOO.Mr. ( All Work Guaranteed ., .
and Mrs. H. C. Beard re-
e small tract of land .
r ently sold their

na, I In Graham to Mrs. H. L. Beard, SMITH'S GARAGEAND McGRIFF

-- Gainesville, for ".II04J. MOTORS
MACHINE
Douglas' re- SHOP
Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
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-ntly sold 80 acres In Brooker to Temple Are. Starke
R. F. D. Send Speclfle DlractlucM ''I ,fr. and Mrs J. R, Douglas ford TEMPLE AVK. & PRATT ST.

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"" man:' warn l lr< oath ** It I Is M .;., T. wn-hti'' ft ", .>th thr i' "I/alalff' "f f A.It',rj 'S. Z..,.h II.I. I Frank Lar.arum the original, D' In I :
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up t> the women ti"> stop till< wathuln No Road Mishaps I : I 1'.,," Nan." in wli' h A"I" I.. .,,11.,- ..1'<'.i L.> m n BuilUaiK., flic! Jackvinvillr the- of and the file Cleric of the Circuit M)
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< 'a Women < an b(' peace ,, ; : s,, 134. Tint of J"Ui urlginal' In the officeof the Clerk or before the. I
I" Tl ,. 1 I. AD 1943 D..crlpUnnI. Court on or before 1951; Complaint will beg
makora and I believe wi- must i tr T' I of the Clnult said
8, 9. 10 II, U'I 151;
1,0 tii September.
of
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leave our firpsMi for Ii time ti Over \Weekend ,,1 7 J" I n 1 15., or> Hlk. 14. Temple's Ad. the otherwise the allegation of said confessed This notice by hall be l>
study world condition and make din I, 'i I"t > Sinrke. Section IS Town- Complaint will te taken a* confessed PHONE
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I' !Smith< Ttnnnfl 93 East Nam weeks Bradford
instead nhlp by you. In
with other countries .
friend Assessed. : Unknown.r' shall t* publishedonce
In eomnti I "l This notice .
I of fightingWhat do you There were no. serious automobile ?' ri'ntr Mo 2A. Year of IduAH each week. for four consecutive ph.Pat.d this 22nd day of COLONICFLORIST

think ladles? I have had enoughof accidents in Dradford Countyover ., '. 'lime 1 I. AH l4fl ncrlptlon Section week In the Bradford County 1981. I A
NW'4 of NE'4. "
.... -it Lara Alohrt cold and 1 hot warn. The Lord the Labor Hay weekend according of A, T Pr-M..wn'| -riv hlp' 7 South flange 21 Eat Telegraph Dated this: 20th day of August, (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the Clrcu 3.

--'I iiOt. T ...::::.:..::. iON : NEeRr== I helps those who help themselves to Q. A. Flllltigim, Florl- 40 A. i.) '*. Nit me In which Assessed: 1961. Cy? Myrtle T. Deaver.
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, I have done a lot of praying now Highway Patrolman assigned A, M Tarlton.rorttflfAti; No 31. Veer of I..au- ( CerkEofLthe Circuit J. CourtDy i24| | !

) \\' I watch the Nun rite i the long winter season. I look we must DO. I am writing to people to thin county. "This Is a record Ian.. Time 1. A fIU8." Description Myrtle T. Dearer Deputy Clerk -
( ) the of jars of Bradford County of Pi-Mprtv. Tx>t 87, Woodlnwn Section 9124 it 9111 NOTICE TO
rows citizen
with pride, the
sing n happy on other countries, and sending Range. Bradford
' I bake and run and In 11 Township A South --tNOTICE !. ClrcaiU C. rl. F L
"I I nelfonin In MrpUtnlH-r i( I think of the cold winter day* magazines and good will messages. ran well be proud of," Fllllnglra 22 Fnut 10 Acres. Items In whichAi.ir TO APPEAR Plortdai In rkaairrry.Plossla ONERt
mm*; ,, ,. Willis,
the vU,1 H. n Wnno1r Bradford Cosmtr.PlorMal Williams
when I shall spiced apples said : In (Ircnlt Coart.
' and go to the County Fair.J open Doing the best I can at present. All nf unM property being In the lit (........r. vs. W. C. Willis Defendant. FOR ALL
, for Don to eat with rout accidents occurred at of Florida Case OCHlllU
I went with Don to pick up this Only two fnuntv of Ilrartford Bttt Carolyn) M Mlrmkuwskl, Plaintiff, Aueu.t.'T
J In that strange world of pink pork or bilked chicken. This weekI We went in the all\, he said and thea were causedby rertlftr v. Janlo Mlecskowskl, Defendant Ntfire T. Ape* ..
old body. certltlrste or Xiaotlc
lady's such Cast No.
Life li (Tnlfdn To W C. Willis, whose
and made pickled peaches. the rain and the resulting I :
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poor
accordingto
gray look redeemed
l new Packard funeral car. I t*'. shall he \ T. Appear.To Unknown.
( dawn emerges like a moth so wonderful when you have work angreen visibility. One car ran Into the low the property Inscribed. tniirh : Janlo Micrkowskl who. residence It: notified
When verdant hereby
| at the rolling hills certificate. will You are
taken shape like to do. back of another one and slightly certificate or Is, Unknomn for Divorce has (j)
| The eye of Jupiter you with crops and pastureland he pnld to the highest Ttldder at the You are hereby notified' that a suit above
hill-banked damaged both car, but no one door the first Mnn custody of against you In th*
I Upon the sky's soft How fortunate I am I sometimes We have had so much rain the hurt Hrttine month on of Orfober 19ft., suit for Divorce and been tiled Court and cause and you
hss
\ cloth think being a woman. I can country Is beautiful. I whisper was hurt. Otherwise the weekend) day(which In I"the the let day .tf October. 10R1. minor against you child In the above flamed. quired to serve. a copy of DISH

' And rises between night and day make a home hang curtains and' "I feel Thee Lord." Iwo enjoy the was fairly quiet on the count Tinted thtff' 2th Pay of August Court and cause and you are required ewer the or Plaintiffs pleading to the OARDIp
of answer on
i' Luminous and pure white. bake my husband bread and cakes highways 1 1S1OFFir1r4T. AEAT,1 A. .T Thomas er to' pleading serve a copy to the comrlsintn your, H. Douglas, 60S Lynch POTTERY

and pies. I like to make garden ride.One Clerk of rirrult Court of BradfordCounty the Plaintiffs Attorneys. EvanT. Jacksonville, Florida
The fiery emperor of sun wash and Iron and day last week we went tc ,' Airs Fred Roberts Florida. Evans "n",1:; n. Evan, Jr., the original' In the office POTTED
it Sleeps and leaves the worldto and can, to the County Fair. I talked with 8131 4t 'lito'rrr" 103 Law Exchange Building. Jack- Clerk of the Circuit Court .. pLA ;1
dust the furniture. I like to help wheel in\llle. ., Florida .and file the original fore the 24th day of I
and rode the ferris '..
night this people '\ To APPEAR of the Clerk of the 19611 otherwise the
him with his work. At moment Mrs Fred Roberts of Gainesville In the office FLOWERSVIRB
".... will be )
the morning star : and tried out throwing darts and r. Ircnlt Court. nradford ( .r. Circuit Court on or before the 24th said Complaint'
t While Jupiter I I am in the Mortuary at the had shooting died Sept. 4 morning at the 1"1..rliliti. In 4 Imneeer.Minnie clay of September, 19fil otherwise confessed by you. ANY'WHERR
that
Is In the darkness making light ['di'Hk. I foci I I have my work well all the stands home of her daughter In Jackson FTInxle Smith Plaintiff vs.Pft'tcin Ihs allegations of said Complaintwill This notice shall be
earth's shades I and such. I got a lot of souvenirs Smith, Iiefendnnt.. he taken as confessed bv you. once each week for four Nona St
though taking villa Her husband In
Throwing and now am an employee
done upstair taken In a Case No. 8820IVnflce This notice phall lie, publishedonce weeks 'In the Bradford
are drawn care of he door. We have the I even had my picture of the Starke Bedding Co., and To Appear. each. week. for four consecutive. graph.
i. little booth. They were right Smith whose residence Tel. Dated this 17th day of
Tn Kflton weeks in the Bradford County
A window open on dawn. body of a lady 08 years old. She I she also worked here until forced and address. Is': ITnknown graph
Elizabeth Jane Aatley. was born In Massachusetts and good, too.CLAY to quit some time ago because i of You are hereby notified. that si Dated this SlFt day of August
came to Nebraska when a girl. She HILL I have several; 'III health. Funeral services were suit for Divorce .and restoration'of 1*S1.OFFICIAT..

t I like to get up early to see the reared a nice family and lived along letters. Shirley Moaley, Hazel. held Thursday In Evergreen I, maiden ngalnMt you name In the has above been named filed ( CletH..PEAL rf the A.Circuit J Thomas Court, Spray Your Home NOWJetKiH -!

run rise and drink in the fresh and useful life. How wonderful Griffin and Dorothy Manning Cemetery Gainesville Court nml cause and you are required By Myrtle T. Deaver, Demitv Clerk.
i
children to serve. a copy of your answer 11184! 4t 8114JVOTICR :
thejpew
|jjure air of the dawn. To nee it would be I think to live School has started and the or pleading. to the complaint ___ -

hanging heavily on each blade to be her age. I would have 44' tell me they have running on the Plaintiff. Attorney. George TO APPEAR
and weed. Life .aeemsjjiweet water now and Inside! flush toilets "Bread and Butter Pickles" Do U Patten, Rtarke Florida, and file la Circuit .-...... Bradford rrnntr.Floridat with
'of grass more years to live and lee pro- feel free to write me-111 be sure the original' In the office of the In (........,..
rest. electric light
after a good night's groan. Whoopee! There will be Of course they had to Clerk nf the Circuit Court on or before Albert Fort Plaintiff. V*. Yvonne
ZAt this time of year, only the many new Inventions includingthe Home time. I am ao proud and answer the .24th day of September. 1951. ; Lecler "Fort Defendant
said
of
otherwise the allegations 2JMntle
Cat No.
j loves coo softly In the morning wireless 'telephone, three dimension happy. I can Just see the dear Complaint:: will b. taken a* confessed T.. Appear. And If any time this year you see
dawn, and the very earth seemsfrested movies and trip to the children, playing In the schoolyard by you. To: Yvonne I..eter Fort where
| NOTice TO APPEAR This notice shall be published bug that are not DEAD or
Unknown
any
Is.
little girls address
to how In residence and
I like nee fantasy
and new. and can see ".. .
. moon. !I Clrealt ( ..t. Bradford 'Votmty once each week for four consecutive You are hereby. notified that a DYING mall bottle to JET KILL
'{many apples have fallen In the aroundthe coming to me once In awhile for a Florida IK rhaa>.*.r. wssks In the Bradford County Tel.- suit for Divorce has been filed
Some day I want to fly Curling Inc. Tallahassee Fla. and we will
and If there are any leave nice hug and word of praise and M. Butphln Plaintiff vi. graph.Tinted against you In the above named ,
flight
countries Earlln E. Defendant.Ca thl. 22nd day of August
world. To see as many Sutphln Court and cause and you are required
return price.
'gladly purchase
Then I go tell them how nice they .
Weft on the cherry tree. perhaps <. No. 1121 1951 to serve a copy of your an.
' basement where I have my as I can. I want to study look. I always tried to help them tepee. T. Appear. (;OFFICIAL BRAD A. J. Thomas, .
jjo the To: Mrs. ISarlln M. Sutpnln Clerk. of the Circuit Court
ff'armed things stored on shelves for what la the matter that we havePORTRAIT keep their appearance clean and whose residence and address Is: 818 Py Myrtle T Dearer, Demur Clerk BOTTLED IN FLORIDABY

. lovely. I used to put on my best East Sixth Strut Little Hock. Ark tilt| 4t 8114&OTICR
nsas.
I dreRHea and fix up for the chil- You are hereby notified that a TO APPEAR J MAMA etET ra FLORIDA'PEOPLE
dren. A bit of perfume and a ribbon mutt for Divorce has been filed !F.. rlrn.lt roart.. Bradford Coasily
children likedto against you In the abov named Plnrldal In ( .......r. Kau FOR FLORIDA HUGS
In my hair. The Court and cause and you are required Clifton Patterson, Plaintiff, "..
STUDIO I look at me then. to nerve' a copy of your an* ramie Louis* Patterson, Defendant. Soi ltC.RPENTERS' DRUGS
awer or pleading to the complaint Ca.* No. 8602Wntlee <
HELPFUL HINTS: Here 1 Is a r.nk Plaintiff. To Appear 69 CANOVA'S DRUGS COOK'S
good to keep a little girl' Landrum. Starke. Florldsnd To:: Mnmle. Louise Patterson,
1 Hallmark Greeting Cards way of file the original In the officeof whose residence Is: Unknown. GROC. SISTRUNK'SSome
hair ribbons nice. Tack a piece the Clerk of the Circuit Court on; you are hereby notified. that a
elastic across the iTisfQe of the or before the 24th day of September suit for Divorce has been filed KOCH DKfO STOKE
. c....... her hair ribbons 19511 otherwise the allegations of agnlnst you In the above named.
WjJlllHM .. (...._...1.1 Pllr straight over It and they willie by you

Pketoarraphr / ti w...... easy found and not wrinkled. This notice shall be published
once each week for four consecutive
N UI....... Wrap your freshly ironed scarves weeks In the Bradford County Tsl-
::, ....llIr g NEPal. HS .JEWEL around a rolled newspaper. A pie graph.Datsd. facts for American IUnID t t:
Rl.l.al.a TOt NA Pnrl.g tin with a screw In the center 1951.OFFICIAL. this Und day of August, "eYe-opening" even

a placed on a kitchen shelf makes a I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, N '

I handy revolving shelf for spice Myrtl.cr'D! of the Circuit Court
Rtarke f flo Phone 263 Ey! Deputy Clerk
109 W. Call St, and flavoring '
I.. l24| 4t lit|
""SUPEK"WATERMEUoFTpICK: J. : _

Roscoe Bullington, Photographer & Owner LES: 7 lbs of peeled watermelon In m Circuit' Court.. Bradford Couu; travelle
.......
rinds soaked in brine over night Marldai < .r. Kaiser have
lleoige" II Hklrvon, Plaintiff v., cars
1-4 l cup salt to 2 cups of water Kern. I* gklrvvn: Uvfvnfl&ntCase. .
Next morning drain and boil a bit No S nO
.
Order Of Publication Ami Notice T
In fresh water with 1 tip powdered Appear ,,T'TK]] OF FLORIDA Tel -
alum. Drain put in fresh water Kern I.. Sklrven whose; residence
until tender. Fix 7 cup and address I.: 1102 R. Alfred 8t, C
and cook Apt lit Bd Alexander. Virginia: .
sugar; 2 cups vinegar; 1.2 Up oil You are required to appear on
+a, 1-2 oil cinnamon. October 1, 1951 In the above named

a. of Boll cloves and pour over tap pickle. Next Court seeks and divorce cause. Bradford wherein plaintiff County

reheat vinegar mixtures and Telegraph shall publish this Order

FULLY EQUIPPED day pour over again. Let set 24 hour In next four my weekly hand Issues.Witness and. official I 20 billion miles I F FY.ur

Heat all together and seal up. seal t9. 1991.at Starke, Florfda, this August : over :

Thane are good. (!OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
efficient Went to the dentist again yes- A. Clerk of said/ Court
the most modern and equip We Try Myrtle T. Deaver.
is terday, I like a small town. Chas R>Hess. J04-08 cr.rCtyCt
ment available to the profession have a good doctor close, a wonderful Itulldlng. Jacksonville 2, Florida.
I used by this funeral home in maintaining dentist and a lovely home Attys. for Plf. "|S1 4t "UINOTICH .

its well)) known standard of far old people. A good library, proof of Kaitrr-Frazcr's engineering lrahip dl-rlving, good service at low cost mile alter mil

Service.DeWITT and grocery stores and churches Clrealt Ci...TO.. Hrsarotd APPRAKIn C.....,., and quality manufacturing in the 6GOMK(( ) after mile! That's what we mean when we my Kai-ef
school. My neighbor are so Klorldal Im C..-e.rr. "built Letter the beat on the road!"
and
life Is wonder Anna Bennls' Plaintiff vs. Samuel Kaiser cars now on the road_tested and proved over cars .re to

C. JONESPhone nice ful. and The altogether other night I dreamed I U Bennla, D.I.ndant.Ca... No. 8134Nfitlre total of an estimated 20 billion miles 1 This, better engineering and quality building i i. your

7 Starke Fla. was Just flying around In the alt : Samuel To Appear.To I.. Bennla. whose residence Even the "earliest Kaiser ram not only look. newer assurance that the 195 I Kaiser. you buy today will tbA

hands of people and I .and address Is: 1175 West I
I holding to today than many "prevent: day" car but ait newer ** be new five year from now
"This Beautiful.Wide Parma )toad New York. f
alnglng. ,
was
I
You are h..bynotlfl.d that a
Funeral Director Ambulance Service Wonderful World" and a great joy suit for Divorce has been filed.
heart as I flew thru the against you In the above named
Our local funeral home enable. 1U to offer convenience aa4 was In my the earth Court and cause and you are required
air not very high above to serve a copy of your answer
services not otherwise available singing and looking down. Does or, pleading.. to the complaint. on thePlaintiffs -....--.....
Attorney T. Frank
.. have a dream book to tell
6. anybody Umdrunv Starke, Florida and file
me what It mean ? Whoopee! the original In the office of the ,.. s r..... fA
, We furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and be beautiful I think of Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
In Issued by ANT Life can the let day of October, 1961 :
accept ANT' Jlfe Insurance policy force you all.\ God bless you. otherwlee the allegation of said .

company as payment In part or In full on a funeral LOVE!..-LURA Complaint. will b. taken a* con-
feSKed by yoU;
: Consultation carries no obligation. P. S. Had several requests for This notice shall be published -
onre earh week for four consecutive
weeks In the Bradford County 7'eletraph. .

-_,_.. ,_- _' : ':-, -- -. .', _:. -- ...- .
: ;r.: : '
---- -- __ __ :_ __ :: ::: Paled this' 19th day of August
U51.
.(Or-FICIAT. SKAI. A. J. Thomas,
rierlt. of the rirenll Court
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SATISFACTORY By Myrtle. T. Peaver. r>"t,"ty rierk.
'Ist 4t 9,1roTIr91 ,


OF 'PPI.I(" 'TIO" _
BUTANE roil T" T I> TINOTTOR >
19 IIEKEBY GIVEN.That = I _
T. .Alderman the holder of
the following certificate ha* filedaid ills'.

certificates: for' n tat.. ..deed. to Net lever AIw IAw 5.d. Owe y 1 b.y..,..... ...,. er1.IhW One..e& nee
be Issued thereon The .rll" ale
.
Numbers. and Years of Iauam, the
description. of the property and the,
GAS SERVICE names. In which It was ssnessed. areas
C follows:
Certificate No 111. Tear. of t....-
.nee Jun. 1. A D I4S tioscrlptlonuf '


action set-lad R.n.Property..:82 Its J. East.and A. Vltatoe.Lot 26 Name, Township 51. Indian In which 8 Beach South A. More "eye-opening" reasons why you ought to own the 1951 Kaiser today !


Certificate No. 14. Tear of I>su-
For the past ten years or more we have served ance May It. A D. 147. Description I
of Property.' SHU, of SW". Section II Kaiser lifting it Itrlter ttylingtYe Kaiser safety it greater tafelytYou're
91, South. Kan-re 10 I blgj"
Township
numerous customers in the fast 40 Ar.... Name In which As.sessed *, even our competitors admit the 51 Kaiser is safer in your Kaiser because Kaiser has ., +

Earl Green 1951's mote beautiful car! And it's officially confirmed 1 1Kaiser brake than most car*. And a* an extra protection
Kingsley'Lake area Certificate No. If* Year of lusuanee the
Starke- May 81. A D. 1745. Descriptionnf has just won its ..t'COM'orld'i Beauty Prize! for your front seat passenger, Kaiser gives. you !
Property. NH of Lot !*, Indian I famous Safety-Cushion Padded Instrument Fanel
would appreciate opportunity Reach. Sections 18 and n. Township '
and we an Kaiser comfort it tYou
I South Rang 88 East. Name In. greater comfort !
requirements. which AssesseiluR.Inn.. I can't sit five minute in a Kaiser without Kaiser power it thriftier power
to figure with you on your Certificate No. ItT. Tear of Issuance with Kaiser s
'a I You better all-around
economy
May II, AD. 148 Description discovering It'. year ahead of other car in riding get oil, n ee-
cf Property 8H of Lot fa, IndianKesrh. luxury. It has the lount renter _/ gravity of any car High-Torque Supersonic Engine! It use less
Kertlona IS and at, TownshipI Flash
Our Prices Are Right floiith. Ranare fl Rast. N.m. In today-plus airplane-type shock: absoiber that literally less upkeep because of its longer-lasting '

which Assessed: Norman A. Faulk I 1 let it float down the road like a shadow! Chrome 'rings, 100% counterbalanced cranksbait
Our Service Is Good nero '
I jackeUlT.4.C
li All of said property being In the engine-cooling full-length water
'ounly of Bradford State of Florida Kaiser tition it wider titiont
'
Please YouA value
And We Have Ample Facilities To *. why Kaiser value It better
t'nlens. each certificate. or certificates One I.H.k-and youll be convinced Kaiser has the what s brl"'
shall be redeemed accordingto l argot glaii area of fournloor ...dan- Co for a demonstration-tee for yourself ill
Iul
POST CARD OR A PHONE CALL law the property described In \ any )> the buy Kaiser, is today! Your Kalser-Frwer d- ** w /
such certificate or certlflcatee will orrovvest corner pom. A visien-engin.pring .
he sold to the highest bidder at the combination that i open. your eye to better value I ISudl _
.
TO US AT GAINESVILLE Court House door on the first Mon- a new discovery in pleasure
<1 a. In the month of October 1 SI.wileh .; [ WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATrENTIOSFuilgas Is the let dayof *V.BjMn!" 1!IIII.
JCv" this' *""* P3r I/C-Auam"t.rTVfAT. .

< "r5AT.) A'. J. Thomas,
lark of Circuit Court of Hradford
County, Florida

8:,SI 4t ,.It Take off I the blinders sea tic d differe- *- in the Kaiser !

nTI..rr or 'PPI.I"TIO"

Inc. NOTICE is T REREPP'Y rltVEV.

That the. following Ft Paekham certificates the holder has. filed of ._..aeee.a115w..IN,._ e.S.., 1e._. See if at your Kaitrr-Fraaer detert toe) it

Issued thereon. The ....Uti....* Num-.
Gainesville Fla. aid certificates for a tax deed to be
12 Southwest tat Ave. be>rs and Years. of Issuance, the neacrlptlon 32
5393 I of the property, and the LIBBY SALES & SERVICE Phone
Phone Ave.
.
am. In which It was assessed. art Temple -
"
I as follows'Certificate:
I No. \ : :
-- ----- -"--- -- --- 11), Tear of It.enanre
__ ----- --' -_ .. .. ...
_-_--- ----- __ _, = : :: ,. : June 1. A.T 142. description :
of Property, Blk. II. l I... Loti; /



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rncE F LI.VENfiiFR I


TELFGR4PH, aY ttV:. FIAIRiDA u
1 COUNTS' ronol. -
1UAIWORD Cnmpla/rat, u X11 ),e taken as

... 1961 -'-'- d'. .",".., .. ".,.--" ""t'1 YOU. .. iiiixuvumil I I..d bY yai ".h."
uu ,,
--- Circuit Tour Hrsrfrflrd <' % M"t:: I I I,MUM, ,noitiii I man ov. pu Thin' null", fnall He puiinonfiuonce
N.I *
.
In I
"n""t1V.I..k
.IS. '
fniir non..cutlveweeks
> SlUrlnrldai 1 /I i h wi nk fur .-ek for four
1 enph w
I But :, h,,is ad t : II,,' (tho slu! > How To Control '\C"I In (It..K...10...",4/._-" I \oilp' Tn %pp.nr.r. Ptn'cuun. ", hn.c ,i 'in the rradford CountyTfifKinph In the Ilradford County 'Id"-

out ,d,' hj.. pt7'h: ,Hi tv.gi-ra liSinn hi. 'Pocket Gophers'Told It.. \t 11 ,, ,,-, .u, ,!'ii'i..iift., ? AgutM ; r,,'"llllMH 1 o iinKiiH.in.I. 1 I.I: nt..- (if 1': M, NflllHllV.o.'rt l I'lin.l" I this .Ih( dn>' of Septi-mbar, BrAphrmtfd.. till 20th day of Aurtiat
.
because ur.ic' c,"i them ate aI ll.i ii !1' ( IM..I| No seal .. 17th sin-it" r' nvi"r, r'oinmdoYou 1061.
rui'v hereby. nutlflpil that. .a !SKAt.: ) A J. Thoma.., 1981. :J .
'IAI.
I rare UIFF1 '
!
pullet Specialist >. Toinii-.r. riled : the Curt
By 'olU red' lInner suit fnr Plvnree has bum ..rk of the Circuit Court.Hy IUFFI'IAClerk of Circuit ,
*'h"! '"
M. MHlthrii. 0.111.4Court
I Tol- I In the above Myrtle Deputy CI..rkPI1
DIARYBy We finally got our order placed i iI Thote pocket gophers commo (HrookUTi I I I- *S-vl :PirtV YoK rflll'' 1I1"t'l, milnnt to and you..,rv.<'....*a.. copy und you of your ai. an'suer regutted T. Deaver- | 4t 8,2801'11'1'1 | J1''y Myrtle T. Deavnr. DPpilty4tI.rk| (

Sam McGarvey: for 200 day-old New HampshlReOs : ly known In Florida as "salamand' You mr: hereby, tl0tltlr4' or pleading' to th* complaint :> TO ",'rRAn
I Now. have got to get the I era", may be controlled by trapping suit r"'Iv"r.In. Hi hp l utouv I..n name CI.d J j I ,'n the Plaintiff. Attorney JuHt'iihK. tn rireull.mrt.. nrndford C..17.
.a-altmt' you Graham Itulldlnw.jReknnvlll !
atl
Till! author will be glad to rc- brooder house ready for them l(and or poisoning according t'. Court mid, cim.n .nH Vu "n nnnwrror r eyulrad Kklppxr.*, Florida, and file the lKI, >Mni h K In nunnlna-4Iknneery.lull Plaintiff, ".. FREE
( of lnt t hover fixed with elco'trlc) : I rodent conti to I.ITV.' a copy ttf your office of the Clerk I Defendant.Ca .
oche Item. the activities of farmer In light to. supply the heat). While! I specialist with the U. S. Fish anc. ('"' ,pleading Inurr'" Altornayn to )101., '.! T Kv..n. of the Clroult Court on, 1951 or: b..1 .. No. SdltKottpe For Prompt

Bradford C UDty. Suggestions. may at the farm ordering our chic! Wildlife Service and the Univc, and l N,..! .)Kiiliainw. Kv..,i., ,,)t loll,lKcK. lw"unvlll\Kxrhanita .-. the wise 8th the dray allps-atlon of .iptolxr of ...101 Com. I, : >Mary T. Apnenr.Tn I. (lunnlnar. who. rftaldenp Dead Crippled, & Worth

be left at the Telegraph office or we told the owner about the g gyp- slay of Florida Agricultural Ex Florida and file the. ir'n'i"'. ,In the plaint will b* taken aa ronfai4by *. Inland.!I.: 409 t'roadway' Newport less Cattle, Horses Mule,
Rhode
mailed to Sam l\lcGaney, Law try, artists who tried to. peddle some tension Service. office of Hi. Clrk' C"f Ih. Circuit ofOrtohrr This you notice Khali be published You are hereby. notified that a

Elurlda.i day old chicks to us for about l6c The small furry animals, abou. fnuit on, teal or :before olh.rv<,the l I." Sift the .clay.II..(..> one.* each week for,FTadford four conpputlv Countyelcfrraph. suit for Divorce In th*haa above been named.filedaaalnnt & Hogs .

i -- leach. The owner said that the the size of a large rat. are com tloni of unlit. cisInPI'a 1 InWill l>* ,w.*,. k. In. the Court and you cause. and 7nu are r*. Call 132 StarkeWE
poultry racketeers frequently buy In many fields I g.r. taken ... confeniicd pV, you. at4. this Blh day. of September, quired to serve a copy of your in ,
with what' the Silver Meteor bound for Tom. I mon pests TM notice shall. \ b. rnhllKhPrtonto pleadln to the complainton I ,COME I
sick t River, N. J. Luetta especial day-old White Leghorn cockei dens, and lawns In Florida ant each week for fnur ennsecutly U Bl.OFPICtAI. flRAt.l: A. :J. Thoirm, awer the or> plaintiff Attorney, ):van ALWAYS
calf scours. Jus at 3c each and then go out aimisrepresent of their presence art w..kll In the Dradfor" County Tale> ( Clerk. of the Circuit Court.Ty T. Kvamt and Ncal n KvanM.: Jr.
hated to leave and said Utat evidence : Rerrderers
I even
on a farm COB them and sell tbem, soil they thrt," graph Myrtle T. Pavor, Deputy Clerk fat 1ew RxcbnnK iitilldln, Japk.aonvlll Florida ,
11 1111 another she was going to take some sand the mounds of ll'd' this Slut oy f Au.u.t.IOFP'ICHT. HIT 4t 9StOTICK !! *. FlorldH and file the
,
uble after at much higher prices. Guess I It II surface. Living In burrow 11Ir., I orlTlnal. In the office of th* Clerk INC.
living tare now I Ikkt tn with her so that she would always; frQm to the surfai! PpAT.I A. >. Thom. .... TO APPRAIlIn of the Circuit Court on or before
the
a Bunkla run with have "sand In her shoes". Hope[ a good rule to buy only several Inches below dstroy Clerk of th" rlmult Court. Circuit 4....rt. nrndfnnl Ceralq' the t4th day. of September, .tell. | I --..ISCARCE
" too< they come back again and vl.1t known sources, they are not often seen. They BY Myrtle. T. Deavif.. futility Clrkl ""orh'.. In Cnnnprry.li o otherwl the allea-atlonn of said
r.tly] sheKt e e e by feeding 'o. !l11 l 4t tiatrrull : it'n.; "' .. Plaintiff. vs.
with us, or that they an comedown crop plants .
we -
thing .C".d..nt
first tha the While land for severing Il'alh..rln.
cutting some
as mtHBlng-, and wi here and live. I, Dick Thomas: of Lawtey our tractor their. roots often gaound level. I* <-| ......t. It,""jto.0" ('... case No. $1411
?
woods. and CsS main stem at the Plorlilm ,. Ch..recy.Wlillsm .t.1 Nntlc* Tn Appear.Tilt whore ?
,
Cnrplnclll
In the Katrinka developed radIator traps for goph' I'lmhflrf. "". 111.Jurle cmhfilne
Noticed that Stella bred Several special of
to star< a gUt .I1""j renidenca and. address lt' car
g enough trouble and we just did get hel now on the market Mr Xi'ill.T .", tieentlant, M... John Nlitro.' toll South. 49th
the co'been who was not supposed to fare ers are Casa Mn lit 4
cr up to home safely Took the radiator the goph- ... .. Street Philadelphia, Frnnnylvanln.
'*
and for another month or so, (acrori Johnson says. Opening Order Of Pnttll<<.
  • % .< > *( T notified that e
    , doctoring off soldered< the leak and it II' with a shovel ane. ,4n>ri>r s'ra'1'el <>FV,.C."II' ToiMurjurlo You .am hereby. .
    .
    burrow ratlf Iputlon of
    \Ing to us, at lea"tl.) was acting) er's unit for Divorce and
    since by>: l Whore realdenre !
    ever th.. X.HilIrr Ksll] US
    and apparently' all right again. On. !. In each of y separation. agreement has been filedasalnnt WITH
    milk which strange so we shut her In a p..n. placing one trap I I.' U80 Flla.'t $trblt, 8 nKrnnclNrn named I NOT
    make.! tho In the above
    hrr good thing about trying to thus made in ('allfornliif, you
    We thought that she was going I tc two entrances and ar* required
    raw Court and ease ycu
    inzed.. plus catchIng You required. A hppesr\ on .
    your own repairs la that you really results in are l of yonr an
    usually to serve' a copy
    oatmeal water abort and were awfully afraid burrow October a. 1KM. In Ip" "biv* nsmidCourt I
    alive but 1 1gave Itc I that we were going to lose her get to 1Plaintiff plcadtnir. .. Attorney to the ,cnmpialnton T. FrnnkI..ndm. CEMENT:
    I her e e The 1 holt ..>rkii ,II V"""*. Nlrgfnrd CountyTrlpcraiih and fll.
    her a tea too. But a little while later when and placed properly. 'hull iiub'lnO' tI.l. OrderIn Htark, Florida" + METAL ROOFING
    Moult the original. In the office of Ih.
    derad alum thai passing the pen we looked In and' Cut :up more land In the oM dug to cut Into the burrow It neat four weekly infiiifi'"iVItnoli otflrlnl. fn-al Clerk rf the Circuit. Court on or ..* Most + BRONZE SCREEN WIRE
    hand ",
    The pool there ,were three fine lively pie-. s, Sedge Grass field where we will not be closed until the gopher Utark*. mv Florida, n iltla>il Heplfmhcr for the 8th day of October. 19&I.otherwl .
    scours. tht lit .kl En-rythlnJt
    at the allea atlor.* of SIDING
    In that it U pain. and In a short time there were six plant some more string beans, and caught. Traps are the placed burrow II' 1, (tehl.OFFIr'tAL' tR114 A, *. Thomas. Complaint** will b. taken a.* con To Build, + ASBESTOS SIIINGI.ESUemodel

    her, and so weal altogether. Make believe we some greens. Trying to decldl' two entrances to A* (Tarp|< rf Imld. room ... ASPHALT
    .18 lie down withIn weren't surprised at this sudde whether to. gamble with a big lhe animal will run Into one nt r" Myrtle: T l>i>svep, pi-piity Cl'rkChan .... Repair or + MASONRY MIX
    direction he com It 11..... 204 1ornntv l.lf
    at her side arrival In the nix-there la eme patch of greens. If we should hit matter which nmiillnv. .In'-tuKinvlllCi\ | PItrMnAttyN. ,

    uinulng the feed of the tiniest pigs we've ever see the market with them when It was from at the time he approach for I'lf.! ill 4t 9't* I

    e vitamins) ant He Is only half the size of the'. overloaded then we would losc the break In his tunnel. To )pre' ATTENTIONIf ANNIS BNGSUPPUES

    get her stronj others, so we promply named him our money and time But on the vent the gopher from taking %.ohi'w'In. 1'rAA=
    can eat by her.vlng Tom Thumb. The 1m le rascal I IB other hand:: Nothing venture trap back Into the tunnel aftea In (Irrult t',..... H..X. .fvM .'.....1'. IN'OIU'OUATF..l
    can .
    e tc rlorMni In rhasrery.Ella You Have
    Bunkle syru healthy and vigorous but he doc nothing gained. being caught. It is advisabletie Rhcnhnnl.' I'lalMlff" V.. I.onnl. 726 So. Main St. Gainesville Fla.

    Joy had a de- have quite a tine: getting lunch e them to a stick on the sur' Shephard, fendant..
    al CYPRESS
    C\m No. 1664 PINE OR l
    and I[ for the others lack the good mar race -
    in her blood Expect to take Big Red. 011I !4. lr. T. Appear.To .
    ve passed it on tc ners they should have; they do nOl fine Registered Duroc male tc The rodent l control special! : TxinnU Hh"phfH. vliOi, re.)J. TIMBER TO SELL :..
    .. I'nknown.
    we are only; stand back and say: 'Here littl week. Hate also points out that polstonli tenee In: untitled I hot a
    urea market this coming You are hereby T
    Tracts
    COD
    have to try stinker try this nurser for a whlli Hell 1 he Is effective If care la taken IIpnparing milt fnr ntvorp' ha' bean tiled Large or Small ALVAREZ & SON AGE
    .e Red
    like the dickens to as bait and placing It It artalnut. vou In the qPnv named'nurt R. B. STO
    has been a wonderful animal bul ( and cause sod Yet ate r*
    e Saw an advertisement for a have to out of the hog the burrows. lie recommen onir''d to serve a pOiV' of your an {We Buy All
    we go .
    ,. rumplalnton
    ti
    sweet potato wr or plpfldinar > ii
    6t, In doing fine, chemical compound which aids i In business so that We will have the cutting carrots or !. the n"intirr. Att"r''i*'', :7...ph n.nonirlnlt ,. *
    hungry mule (If storing corn free from wevlli time to get ready ,to go back Into pieces half an inch thl< ROB. f.vnrh 1tbIlink, .,. Japknnvlllc. .. PAY TOP PRICES O t+:, i+'' :j Wo operate local

    kind?), and givy Hrote for and obtained a .mall! again. But Red has. served hi. and two Inches long dustlnlo .Inn) In the. Florida offlp, of anil t".pie rlrk tS*>fif orlir lb. h, a AtYiREt 6'tDtt ,"A long distance

    of milk. All Inne amount with which to lest I It. purpose( and he has sired. semighty them well with< powdered stryc cirpiilt. Court. on or hj.fi.rit the. Kth I r MOVIHA'1' 'J' anyw'herela U. S.
    who nine alkaloid (half an ounce t, toy of Oi'lobcr IflKI ; ?'h..r1l>l I.** the '
    for a cow Shelled a small quantity and put *
    fine pigs. '- ..11."nn. i'f said. Cn'"nlnlnt Will b. Write{ or Call
    er heart". and all some in each of two quart Jar, Things are looking up now on two quarts of freshly cut vrg takon a* ponTppi bX) Voti.
    a good "vet" (Dr. put the protectant compound I I 1ft this as once again we have table or In proportion), anI<' This notice h1l b* published\ EXCELLENTSTOHAQR
    place In the bur. ..nee each week for VSr r*.n.rputl*.
    does the State one, sealed them up and will walt some things growing. Beet' placing' these pieces "'I'.It. In the rvedrA County B.T.THOMASLUMBER

    i ho very quickly]) a.faw months to see what happen spinach broccoli beans (wax I and row. The burrow may be ope trnTib b.
    ibis tith day. if. September, d+
    shovel cn fated "
    with marrow
    of ed a
    nuble, as a lack green) and even squash are comIng CO. FACILITilri9Alfcnls
    ,d. We gave Joy While; visiting Dan Starling he up Alice planted the squash trowel. One piece of bait ahou 151.OFF1CTM( 1'11"J.' Thomas,,,

    p (about a pint aIn showed -as two pure tired O.I.C..'. on a gamble and knows that it I. be placed In ..ach entrance i an. Py* Myrtle' clerk T. t>of eavp. lh", flfPlilt penny: Cnunr('J.rii 'PHONE 211-J For -

    l and still give which he bought recently up i In only a chance. Having quite a lot each burrow should be bakedwo'or Ir. ,111, | 4t WNOTKKTO P. O. Box 735 DELCIIERBROS.

    IOnally. It is a Georgia. They are a little over i I! of trouble. with mole crickets ai ') more places. After p'ecoIng STARK, FLA. i See ua fir at f

    ) are Joy back bt weeks old (born July 2nd) and cut worms. Cricket bait Is coi shovel the bait should the be opening.rut closed with I b) f''o Clrpnll. 4....1''*. ".\APItlt...t,, .. ......t,.. .
    i an we had aboutfor according to Dan's estimate, weigh trolling the crickets, but not belp-!; the Florlilnt' In ('hareq,
    -
    i- her. about 70 Ibs. We won't Hay they; Ing much with cut worms a piece of sod and more soil II l arraln. J. llliifkmiiiv. >'l lnllrf. w. -
    e t the gopher does not throw 01rresh .
    weigh that much (although would a e e ,-
    to dirt within 24 hours, I the
    d Luetta
    up
    be but they are
    wrong),
    Picking eggplant and Crowd has been suacessfi
    aboard bait probably
    put; them
    we've
    About thefattest pigs eve
    pea*. and have a few onions. Not
    seen at that age. He has full feed laat Y
    much but a lot better than
    In front of them all the time and summer when we did not have Winkler Wins

    gives them plenty of milk. the hot 4cvg
    anything growing through
    Chicago Trip .
    which reminds us of th!
    > to BUY All of months. Tried another row of .

    idea that perhaps we could have a turnips and once again did not g( For Hotpoint SalesE.

    I WOOD Bradford County Stock Show forwe a stand. This Is ,about the fourth

    are getting more* pure bred we', tried. A. Winkler, local Hot Pol'll ..,. \ s
    .
    tlm\- !! .
    TIES stock Iff the County all the lime I appliance dealer has bern notified -

    It: could be a small show to star! The small cabbage< sped bed that he Is one of four dealers

    e s Timber with. but would attract a lot ottention which we planted I. coming up I In In I Florida to ,win a "Chicago Vcatlon FORD HAS

    r kitChen Trip" In the company's I reo< lR"S
    I the lower (wetter) end of the ate tUILT NtAUlY
    Jubilee .
    Contest.In
    t'O garden. We are going to ent June-July
    I
    13 MILLION V-TS
    sniall of beam! him of the t
    ,The patch .nap baby this planting along as we a letter notifying

    Pay which we planted I. coming up Iri simply must grow cabbage. Las yard an official of the company: ,
    I
    rk pretty good sta.nd. but the trouble year we raised only a few heads laid: "Your remarkable contrltutlon .yo,7

    ash Prices and there always seems tcbe In this activity helped great .
    Is ( weather 1 In '
    due to the very cold ; : -
    .. : : : : : III.
    a trouble) that crows are givIng November.We Iy to make It successful and I hop

    SIZE TRACTmm them a "fit". We're going tc tried a double row of Eng hat in future promotions of thlH 19 nABS BUILDING V-8'S
    MORE THAN ALL OTHER
    keep an eye on the patch and sec llsh peas and did not get a tan < nature you will turn In an equally MAgRSCOMBIgBD

    S If we can give the crows a done of it 1 all. Don't know if It was theseed lutstanding Job." f t;. .. .. "II''' .r- T

    .410. which we .saved from laa On this trip which will take ,

    ea. year or not and for all we knew place some time this month. Mi, MAtES FORD TIm MOST EXPERIENCED BUILDER OF THE TYPE OF '

    When buying a gallon of syrup it may be too hot yet to planjrcen Winkler will have the oppcatunlto f' fl.
    from Truby Wainwright he showed visit the Hotpoint Factory anee t"i: [ "IEllQmE
    peas.
    u.1 how he raised his "biddies". I how these products are made WHICH roWERS AMERICA'S FINEST CARS.

    I Taxi Stand ie used an old packing case for a Put the calves In the corn flea' . e. rat. . .

    frame. and furnished heat for the'hicks along with the shoats. Calve
    'E 150 bulb toTim!; TOn APP"'AR
    electric light
    with an ire now eating the peanut vine Circuit ('...r'., nrndfortltarMAl Co..ty.
    *, Fla. (controlled the heat by varying rame corn grass cowpeas and In <'"......,.. !

    wattage of the bulb). He has lIadgood lave altogether a pretty good< nM..1et. n. n...'... Plaintiff vitvmlyn k 4
    "biddies'. Clarke Mart P"ndnnt. \
    luck raising the choice of feed. They have shade C... No. 883Enflr I

    Plenty of water and a salt licit.so To .,l.|..fi.. A

    to Tn: TCvulyn 1I11'1t.' Hurt whom ._
    they ought grow ''
    Maraca In: L.wrnrvlU. Vii ft's.T
    ut of Vacation?
    Town for sae Ila. ,, :

    thai ,, ,
    Make Your Summer Headquarters Have noticed Incidentally, Ton ar. hereby notified that '.
    vhen Butch and Comfort are lying .nit for r>lvorr.., continuation ollmony
    etomm ,. I
    unit support mon y
    at theGUIDON down, resting very often Tobwho < h*.n filet:! airalnpt yon In th<. 1
    la half Brahman) keep .hnv. named Court and man "n" \
    Is fine blf ynu .r'. rnqulrvri to ..rv. m pop"
    {GRILLEAT ; Ight on eating. She a '" your answer or plenrtlng. to th. ;
    animal and Is not yet a year old.Hope "mplnlnt. nn ,". Plaintiff. Aunt, I
    bad happens. here n..y. nro. 1':. Turner, U'> nmtmnlIMIn
    AT TilE BEST nothing *, .,..ck.onvlll., Florid .10"
    THE REST ,".. thu orlrlnul. In th. office. of thl e
    FQKOKT Berries are our principal worn (! rk. of th. Circuit Court. on 01i .
    .. the of Ortoner. 19S1thrrwln
    b..ro.i lot Any :
    hese day.. as we have not yet gal.our I
    BEST FOOD the HlltuMtlon of nut'omplntnf '
    t-UNCIIEON STILL TilE arc 1
    IS plants out due to the dry (' will h. taken, an eon
    BUY IN AMERICAI I I......." by you. a'
    weather (among other things)) D '
    ... ., M 't.4
    Thin not! phall h* publlikti* ;
    we'll put the fertilizer out each week fnr four. enn..rutlyin j
    Guesa nn. *
    ,-. Yo' ..she ......,
    the feeds and then when It getswet .....|TH lb. Pradford County Tlnutfd .. Rn.
    In ... I Ia
    .
    "h. THE ONLY VIN THE YOU CAN PAr MOIUT
    enough .we'll\ set the ohIotheY' this nib day of Ancunt IN TMI I AfT 9 ytCtJg= AlONI
    saved fromlut Ifl.OFFICIAL..I. lOW-FRIG! FIILO IS fOUO YOU CANT our arrreltADOPT1p
    "'
    plants we
    Branch of "BAT: A. 1rb..m..*.. MORI MAtlRf( HAVE
    season and also set any run.nerll O'.."it ..f the flrrnlf Conrtry yg'3 TOKO'S V-s COSTS
    SURANCE we can find and then go outand Myrtle T. Laver, r>.ptity ClTfc. HUNDREDS IESS THAN
    Only lust' 4t "'71
    buy: some new runners. ; MOST fIXEfAMfR
    thing we're sure of Is that we have

    to have berries to make any; THt tNoiNE

    fASE noney. But man alive, berries
    WALL AGENCY ire a lot of work. Let Us Thoroughly .

    Latest arrivals In Florida ofour Wash Your Clothes ONLY fQ P\H IN ITS HILOHOICI

    PHONE 146 kinfolk are Marlon and Lew OFfRII a < orVJI 1

    who are going to live In Jackson-
    t rotiBd
    e OH fixlolly
    Constant Service Over 50 Years llle. It Is exciting to move to anew '! .

    section of this fine country o.our. For 40c! +

    ., and then have other memobers
    of the family come. too. We FREE Bleach It Desired! roaoM

    : knoW: they'll.like. It .here. Temple Ave Btark'! ITS n.tu> ornns
    J. STUDIOSE !
    NEWBERN Things that drive you crazy,; :a eiieUY Pttrvis

    While caring for the pigs which E.r1..daa1/.e.t/.eryiNe.Il a/Lsl..fVS

    ROVING PHOTOGRAPHERS" arrived unexpectedly, went up tothe I

    t house and saw that Joy hadbrokeB = =n.de..A Oa'l .rhW .t I
    Garden r.//, == t
    .. Into the Kitchen We Win --a.a.r ve, A -.r ......:
    COMMERCIAL then saw teal
    PORTRAITS Phased her out. and
    _
    Ih. cat had gotten Into te k1t.chen. Dry Your Clothe : Com in for J'1.st Driv'! ir.D.A?.

    dull moment on a
    Never a
    0 Open AU Day Saturdays arm! For 20c


    fneiday. 6 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. te New Automate Driers!

    !'OTlCIIIlI..tl" ANDREWS MOTOR CO

    10 : l I. hereby den l that the .
    Portraits $3.00 nrterflifrned I engaged In buetnetender
    the ,...cltI..u. nam of ChrleI. :
    Newbern Studio, IIc.r.... Ifradfortf'ouatr.

    O.1'' .ald Flnrlda.fictitious and nam Intend* In the teeaMter The Washeteria Madison & Adams Sta. STARKE FLORIDA

    \TRAITS THE MODERN WAY trie.. "f Clerk County of th. ,. Circuit florlda Court \ Phone 118
    Kradford
    f .
    Pole Owner .
    Worth J. Newbern, .
    124 41 alt

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    BR.\DFORD COUSTY TF.t.F.OR.\pn. 8T.\RKE. rLanm% IftfD1Y, kF.P

    .%. ni' Tn'VI._ .. ....vkl" -_ ----- --- -- -.--- I against yae ter rltAer o f each la,
    -------- -- ---------- to file an Appnrar, At aFtnriAp
    -'- -- IMI by you
    ''
    '
    ndlor RII Arinwor. for the rell.it ii,
    HINTS TO I f mended In the Complnlnt. (d)..
    It Do That the nature of the pull j I ,
    WIVESMAIN Make filed Is for wherein" Ih.
    HOUSE divorced
    :i I Fix It Up divorce Plaintiff from, you, Harriet Swlnk, seek Jean '.., 'J.. I L

    DISH ,H/\U\I, Smith' Bwlnk.' the Defendant, "A
    VlVCfl/J MATRIMONII".
    Looking for a main dlsn that i.IlavorousT That the 'above entitled' eaure was : < .
    Aud thrifty, too' Try ,e 1w'M instituted In the; Kluhth Judicial; Ia..
    yr Maintenance Shop Represents Circuit In and for Bradford County .t
    salad Blanding '
    the molded cottage cheese Lamar And His National Camp In Chancery at Stark., Florida and der, .,,
    which food specialist In the Bureau Major Worth Vicinity hut the title of the ease U, HALWnnn Ore tliYe'te
    Nutrition ano Sizeable Payroll In Starke And 8WIVK' Plaintiff. 'If' HAR.R1KT .\ or,Pell .
    of Human Guard Machinists Save Thousands Of : JEAN SMITH SWINK, Defondant. t TATSn"
    Horn Economics, U. S Depart Men Make Steam Engine Cleanerhave addr Iii"I.' "'..I

    ment of Agriculture have adapter Dollars Worth Of Property Annually I rt Is further ordered tint this I 1 N1 tll. L
    to family alze from their researcf unit in the sands of dollars in tire rubber asa Notice to Appear and'or' Order shallhe nr'r "
    to serve every 1
    each week 14 "rn
    published once for
    on a large .
    in developing recipes Thousands of dollars are sa'.ril the taxpayer eery year outlalntenaIWe state and that means from Key result. four (4) cnnnecntlv.nrekx In th.. sort' lad' It ai
    scale for restaurant use the Pensacola. Since it's 400 have learned to get by with PTndfnrd County Telegraph anewopnper ,"vu,ilh..
    They
    located on West to Tlkgr,01
    National Guard > Shops I; piibllnhert in Bradford i I ,
    e Cottage cheese la a good pro at the Florida '
    miles to Key West and 500 to what was left. An outstanding County Florida and that enld. newa.paper In neat rout Rut hlWltswI
    dc rebuildpair |
    tein food Many homemakers Camp Illandlng reservation. Tl,*"', they ran completely Pensacola. the Job Isn't easy. example of this is the small arms 'A I nf a general circulation .kq
    It often because they dc end Is published In said County and holt
    not 'al
    not bave use varied way. to serve It a 10-lnn wrn krr or slerlllM aIn I of "hoes-take your choice. + Though they don't lack much In repair building. It was once an State. X 129. UGt"I 8tark. t"dl,
    I
    Beya the way of equipment some of it Incinerator. Needing a concrete WITNESS\ my hand and official OFFICIAL
    salaicontains
    The molded cottage cheese: these shops, every piece oft I Big Payroll e has been made right In the shopll.The building to serve as a strong room eat of said Court this 22nd day I SUM ,
    enough cheese egg int. State National Most of the employees are civilians old the of Ausruat. A.B., G'ln t my officeIn iJJy Mml. A.: ;
    equipment that the government gave them an for such work, they cleaned out the Court House; the City of
    nuts In each serving to provide Guard owns can be renovated and I who are member. of the Na. ; boiler that had been designed to furnaces, painted the Inside of Starke, Bradford County, II'lorlda.OIl'II'ICIAL I Chas Building R .Ilewjj.*
    well
    protein needs almost as as a used again. Here they can completely tlonal Guard Their monthly payroll serve an over-seas laundry, so the them and now have three separate ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Ally, r, JarN"Pit .1
    would do.
    I nerving of meat rebuild a tank paint the I fluctuates between $11,000 and men put their heads together and reinforced concrete rooms In whichto

    I four The recipe given below The mixture makes general's sedan, repair any radars I I12.00O with about 95 percent of I I came up with' a steam engine lock the arms. The rest of the
    servings.
    large radio equipment or any one of it coming Into Starke, Major' running Intoa
    or I cleaner They were building serves as a fine repair
    J' but
    contain. Its ,
    11' own dressing the things that higher echelon Lamar says. Besides keeping theequipment great deal of rust In some of the '
    snep. : where I
    ' French dressing or more mayonnaise J & : From sit. rjJ
    maintenance Is tailed upon to do. in good repair, Major old vehicles so they built a sandblaster .,6y
    be added at time
    may eating So far this year, the government Lamar adds that it keeps a poolof e of their own and'saved They have hail a number of
    f if desired
    has spent 1127,85673 on parts highly skilled labor In readinessIn countless manhours in labor alone. \<>hlrl4-s brought In that had
    Ingredients: 14 envelope unflavored and labor to rebuild and repair the case they're needed for full scale\ el Use "1A'rtovel"l"Major been stored In the open or had
    2 up Makes
    ;: cold 1 wotrr gelatin 2 tablespoon old worn out equipment given the mobilization. Most of them are r Lamar said that the Army been overseas. end appeared to Easy His"
    : tablespoons boiling
    t water: 1 cup cottage cheese Guard. As to how much It has skilled technicians and have been ..., ...L .. ..tSgt. provides for the replacement of b" gnml for nothing but wrap (
    ; /.
    I saved It's almost Impossible to schooled and qualified by the I tire. But, tryIng ) Tread '
    cup mayonnaise; 2 hard-cooked I Jack Eaves of Starke I a. wenther-crnikeel metal. "Bllt. Major Lamar Lightly
    ; estimate Major Worth Lamar Army, he lIald.Providing to save a little more money, he
    eggs, finely chopped 2 follows
    ; tablespoons typifies alert mechanIcs -| says, "by the limp our
    Ij' coarsely chopped olives: '4 cup supervisor1, says that the saving on I maintenance for allj staff young the landing tried some of the old tires out finished with then you Driving home on Three Ponds. Toada belong to ill
    who '
    +! coarsely chopped salted. peanuts tires alone Is enough to pay his State National Guard equipment i iixn't I found that they were useful for Road yesterday I was flagged down guess I'd get mM

    f or almonds; H teaspoon salt; U salary four o: rive times over I, as easy u It ,. 'I Maintenance Shop some Jobs, and has saved thou- couldn't toll them from newt"a by Easy Roberta boy Skeeter. chewed thtm"pr

    i teaspoon grated onion. "Take it stow," he adyl ed. "Dad' Fromwhenlet
    ---- -
    .I Soak gelatin In cold water tot Court of F..ld.1 rnuxp. as required by law<, to the crossing this road with our tractor Of CltlMO.
    . I. 'I''' Circuit He
    WORKOUT I Idemorricylipi
    , 5 minutes Add boiling water anc Lions Den To Get TORNADOES DON PADS FOR I rlKhth: Judicial Circa". 1m And ForHraiirnril Complaint for Dlvoro. filed nicRlniityou the bend."
    ......00.,.. In (....00.....,.. and should you file your ap- just beyond
    I stir until dissolved. I 'New Look' SoonThe ,_. Hal Wood Swlnk PlainHarriet I'parnnc on sold date with the CourtHouse Clerk Around the curve I saw why" believes It', bit W,
    the
    Beat cottage cheese and 4 IVORCE f>r the Circuit Court st
    ) Club made n. At Starke Florida, you are Skeeter stopped me. Easy had laid the other fell l|,
    Starke Lions Defendant
    wink
    onnaise together. Add r.r.JT'- Jean Smith to
    ,
    ordered and required
    then hereby
    \ of old truck tires across Whethepublic it's ."
    :' olives, nuts mustard, salt, maY'1 plans for painting and re-deco- I ii rve A copy oG your Answer to the two rows
    ; onion, rating the LJons Den during theft !OIKI: TO APPI \II Cmnplnlnt for Divorce, a. mar be the road, and was driving his new"Cat" : highs| .,! *'
    I Mix blending In the dissolved thoroughly.. gelatin. regular dinner meeting here I In 'II.nnse: Of 'l I.b. M...... of Florida filed'1'In. r this>ou rlRn ratine, Plaintiffs hv you. upon solicitor Barton tractor over them! Joy an ortukd.," |,,
    ' decision wasreached To' Harriet Jean Smith Swink, a In the flhnve entitled cnune and EM"Y'out iepwe.
    week. The
    'I Pour Into pan or small molds last nnn-rpRlilent of the State of Florida Court. whose nddreM Is ins North "More trouble this way, Easy '
    and chill after the Lions Auxiliary "but it does keep those "risht of war.
    until
    firm. .
    I hut who li .a resident of Scranton, Main Street dalneivllte Florida, on explains
    1 MILDEW TItK.\TMFNTS: : offered I" furnish the paint and I'vnnxylvnnla. residing at 11 New or before the 15th day of October tank tracks from tearing up the
    " Install new draperies If the men I York" Street Scranton, Pennsylvania. A. r>., mi: and In the event of asphalt when I have to cross over
    ., Leather shoes belts handbags would Jim furnish the labor. It Is hereby ordered that you are failure tn file an Appearance or an other field. After all, theCopyright
    \ luggage, and other leather articles Florid Highway Patrolman Q. qulrftd. In appear on the 2EHIi day Answer RV. required herein and In to our

    I can be protected against mildew In A. Flllltlnii visited the Lions last of Hffptenilx-r. A, D, 1331 before default thereof respectively, a Decree
    .T; humid summer weather simply bye week and offered to obtain a film the above ntltlnd Court In laid. ,' Pro Confeimn will be entered ,1'Jjl,bmodSlesl

    . sponging with one-percent solution on safety to show the club and theSthnol t

    ''I of paranltrophrnol J I In alcohol "" Boy Patrol al a later date

    I aocodrlng to Margaret Furry tex! when the Lions Club sponsors a
    1 tile ihcmlHt of the U. S. Department dinner for the Patrol. The exact COME IN TODAY

    :,\ of Agriculture. This solution date la to be decided on later cl
    . may be purchased at drug lit ore.\ The dinner of chicken pilau was I 4 !t 11

    i'' It gives the leather protection for served by M. V. Johns, Hollis) .) all rr GET FREE 1

    : two or three months |I Knight and Bill Kronenberger.on l .5'S I
    I Ii One precaution should be taken .. Beautiful
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    before using It, however, because \leather goods, it can be removed! &L': .
    I'I alcohol changes the color of some by wiping with a cloth wrung out '
    leathers. Try ylt out first on some :, of dilute alcoholone, cup denatured -------- S DECANTER
    +! part of the I leather which does not alcohol to one cup of water The 1931: edition of the BHS Tornadoes donned pads last week for

    ! show. 'I Dry In a current of air or in bright the first time.since practice started August 13. Here assistant coach I I for mixing serving or keep.

    I I Another chemical which may be sunahlne Washing with a thick i Harold Hazlewond adjusts the shoulder pads. of Ed Parker, getting 13 ing beverages ,

    1 used the same way In not quite mids of mild soap or with saddle him ready for some "serious headknocking" The rules of the Florida I I I /

    I I. as effective Is a one percent solution I, soap also takes surface mildew High School Athletic Association state that no team shall put on II 4 \ /

    '; 1 of thymol In alcohol Till also I from leather. After washing wipe practice uniforms until September 1. 1 I A ,

    .y t! may b.1 puichuxed\ at drug storos with a dump cloth and dry In an Offense was stressed this week as coach James Hobbs ran hU II
    1 i Wax rubbed sparingly on shoes I airy pb.ce.Vhen dry, apply a
    ' series of scrimmages ground plays and blocking
    charges
    ; after rrgulnr polishing through a
    helps keep wax dressing.One I I
    'I still the however as a numberof __ -
    , : leather dry and protects against precaution': Avoid the use assignments. Defense was on program ONLY
    I mildew Soles of shoes often mildew i of dressing or polishes on uphol- the men who graduated from last year'lI.team were on hand to help

    j ImUly A thin coat of floor tery leather The special finish the newcomer with their defensive drills.A I I

    wax on soles, helps protect against I Ion upholstery leather may be made full game-length scrimmage was scheduled last Friday night I L

    J this damage. sticky by dressings or polishes for I under the 1 ghts at the BUS stadium. This Friday night a "football

    .t If mildew has already appealed other leathers. clinic" will be held preceding another scrimmage at which time the ELECTRIC RANGES

    '1 team w.ll be Introduced. rules explained and the various signals used

    , by officials demonstrated and explained. Hobbs extended an Invitation : GIVE YOU t ALL THESE LEA

    to everyone to be on hand for the occasion and meet this year's f ::':\

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