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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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County Publication Established In 1S79 ',

eJ,' nours of dehbera- issue until midnight-believed to ---" .'
an Jury In county be the longest "time out" on NUMIIKR TWEI.VBI t i il
urt here Wedneeday I record here for a Jury In county VOLUME SEVENTY-TMKEE! STARKE FLORIDA. FRtO.VV. SEPTEMBER! 1981_ .
and admit Judge's court.
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1u rouli he violation\aRe not of arrive O.of Florida'sIlilnjc L. Sapp at aittle !',; 1C.At Perryman arrive midnight at asked a verdict County the jury or Judge declarea eitherto E. Tornadoes To Get Acid Test Tonight\l I Preliminary Designs Contract Let



bUt highwayi.cattle from roam- mistrial. The jurors reportedthat w--Nr-- 1 For Blanding U. S. Engineers SayIn

they were deadlocked at 6-1, Scored 20-7 ,
Lhe ca-wumder t
first
the majority. in favor of convlo y.L
nr-olil l law *" come Jackson Miss., who are doing-
tion. and the judge declared a y.'l spite of rumors that were
lii ibis county.charged I mistrial. ,
A, with negli- contract that has been let ao far He .U not here In connection with .
his cattle to A. Knight county pl'Ofloof'C'utor. I In connection with Camp Bland- any new contracts.The .
allowing ,mated that he would firm of Kemp Bunch &
for designs,
preliminary
22S. la
one
on Highway Opposition will probably bea Ing '
graze seek a new trial for the'"seat should be completed by November Jackson has been awarded the contract
releasing the cat little tougher for BUS grid- which
Ith term of county judge's court I waa for preliminary designs the
Information
This
without per. ders on the local gridiron tonight 1.
impound -
scheduled for the fourth told. No other
Tuesday
to the Telegraph Thursday Telegraph wa.
the sheriff after a as the Tornadoes play given
l had impounded In November. host to a highly touted Sea morning by the U. 8. Army Engineers work hall been let and no more
icrlff
.' 'Sapp was defended by Mack breeze eleven trom Daytona : office In Jacksonville. blda have been.asked for to date,

Futch of Lake Butler. Reach An idea as to the .5f Considerable speculation waf the Engineer said
,uJ opened, at 10 o'clock! Jurors were T. N. Norman L. power of the 1951 Sandcrab __ '. caused here this week when It Although the bill containing the'

jay morning and went R. Starling. John Bell Joe squad may be gained by their .. I. was learned. that W. D. Reader a near-JS.OOO.OOO appropriation for
try shortly after noon. I Breedon. W. M. Reddish and J. A. easy 31-6 victory over St. Leo : civil engineer, had taken up residence Blanding "ha*, passed Congress, it
| of Jacksonville last Friday ,_._: here. presumably In connection la apparently still awaiting the
debated the Ellington Jr. _
jury .
'
.man fund
with the Blanding work. President's signature. No

night.St.. It was later learned, however, have yet been relllMed'under this
Leo Is also a future .
ford Show 31.4 Per Cent Gain of the Tornado, scheduled opponent that Mr. Reeder has been here appropriation. The Engineer
to appear here on No- k4 Ince July 26 and la connected had on hand a small fund with
ember 9. Loral fan will i with the firm of Michael Baker which to pay for preliminary plans '

nulation During Past DecadeCounty i probably remember. .last }'ear's i Jr., Inc.. consulting engineers of and specifications.

gum with the Suiidrrabs when

they eked nut a narrow 13-8 _.,.........--a-------;

14 percent showed Increase In a Bay Okatoosa-Broward-more Clay than, Monroe.doubled during and victory The l Tornadoes oter the local club. CARL JOhNS hefty Tornado back mown. down a would UMIUIon\ tackler (above 111)) .n li.. First Poles Placed In Phone System

during the decade the decade gained a decisive scores Brwlford's. third touchdown In the opening. game with WIlIlMon. Shot at right wax suede mVexley 'I

i0, according to final Clay's phenomenal Increase of victory over their seemingly! \ Smith \UIIUton hack nklrtnl his right end for eight yards. In the ml.1st of the drl%. which Service To Rural Areas
nus figures just releas- 121.4 percent <( hlngton, D. C. 14.323 In 1930) Is largely attributed 'Iston. lat Friday night as they
count In Bradford to the establishment of a walloped the visitors to the tune "
I nl from 8,717 In 1940 toj I large Naval station there. of 20-7. Wllllston seemed to lack HOBBS FAR FROM PLEASED WITH INITIAL SHOWING week The between first polea Waldo are going and Melrose up this Storer"Aa commented we atart "It construction.I la fitting
Another neighboring county -
950. I the class of the local club but
Coach at decisive "no." He a. construction beglna on the new that w* ahould remember with appreciation -
population Increased Union-showed a 23.3 !Rain pull when they started the drive which James Hobbs wasn't a quick short.
|nt during the same pe- ing up from 7,094 in 1940 to 8,906 netted them their only touchdown all pleased with the showing of NEW FOOTltALL just smiled a little and Mid "Did Santa Fe Telephone system which the fine cooperation that
oW high of 2,771.303. 'In 1950.: of the evening they put on the ; the BHS Tornadoes last Friday you know that Seabreeze rolled will bring another modern convenience we have enjoyed from REA officials
|rlh of the State's gain Baker however was among the pressure and' kept rolling' until night when they opened the 1901 TRAFFIC PLANThe over St. Leo In Jacksonville Fri. to rural residents over a aa well as from hundredsof
lahroommjf Dado County counties showing an actual decrease -they hit pay dirt. Otherwise, they season with Wllllston here. He day night T- ((31-6)) ISOO( square mile area around Melrose local citizens, in the work of

In ten years from I I during the period. Its popu- never seriously threatened to score said It was the most ragged teamhe City Police Departmentwnii The local boys had their work qualifying for allocation and release -
493,084:\ a gain of 84.9 lation declined three percent from against the Tornadoes Mho tot had ever fielded but was quickto l an urgent appeal to all cut out for them this week' at Staking of lines and clearing of of REA funds.
lade I la now the State's 6,310 In 1940 to 6,313 in 1950. the most part held them when the explain that It wasn't the faul football fans thin week to Hobbs put them through their right of way has been completed In "Delay -have sometimes tested
|pulous county with.ttled 'I Neighboring Alaohua gained going got rough. it the players. make uw of the new traffic paces trying to get them readyfor the Melrose and Waldo exchange the patience of the community

Glades trailing at 47.7 percent from 38,607 to 37- The Initial score came In the He said the weather fouled them- plan In attending games at the tonight' <
i of the heap with only ,026.Dixie first quarter when Delano Thomas I up badly last week when they HIM stadium In tho future special attention to .pass defense. to the Brooker, Interlachen and been steady and reasonably speedy
{Mine. of 19.9 from Its County with a loss of 44 recovered a Wllllston fumble be. had to lay off heavy work for two Patrolman. H. K. OrlffH an the Daytona Beach squad U Orange Spring. areas according considering the very great difficulties

[of 2745. percent was the heaviest loserIn hind their goal line for a touch or three days. With an Inexperienced aid a plan has ,been workedout reputed to have one of the beat to and announcement yesterday by facing an agency made
kihpr "big" counties the State. Population there declined down. Carl Johns had just bootedthe team like he- has this whereby. everyone can be pass. receivers In Florida\ high D. P. Lyons. manager of the Santa responsible for an entirely new

bluborough\ and Plnellastd from 7.018 to. 3,928 duringthe ball out on the Wllllston one- year he explained -plenty of hard moved In and out of the school athletic circles. This young Fe Company. nationwide loan program, and Considering .
for another one-fourth ten-year period.Metropolitan foot line and with Wllllston In work la necessary for there's no stadium area faster and more ster. whose name Hobbs couldn't Construction and right of way the tragic loss which It
tie Increase. I Duval gained 44.7percent '1 possession of the bait they fumbledon other way they can learn learnIn efficiently. lie requested recall weighs In at a little over(clearing are going forward under suffered In the death of six top
lotion of five counties i -from 210,143 to 304029. the first play. Thomas waa In time that Is. everyone to enter the stadium 200 and stands well over six feet. the supervision of J. M.- (Mint) officials Including Deo. W Haggard -'

fast and recovered the fumble for However he was Impressed with area by turning off Temple "And" he added "all a quarterback Harrison of Waldo. Deputy Administrator. In
the first score of the night. Johns' Avenue onto FJghlh Ht.' at haa to do Is throw thAt ball The new company haa purchased charge of the Telephone Loan
I Tuesday For Nelson T. Green try for the extra point was no the defensive play of the Tornadoes Catholic Clmrrh and proceeding within 12 feet of him,'* and he lot In Metros and Waldo for central program and Arthur W, Gerth.

food and the Tornadoes took a : and added that he hoped the defense around towards. the canning knows the glue-fingered giant will office and branch exchange Head of Applications and loans.In .

I IlIOn -- lead of 6-0 which they never .re continued to .work, In.the, plant. There will be Set .it.With. buildings, and construction will an April plan crash.: '
ervlces Wtj'o! held Mon- linquished. same manner tonight agajBH" a someone directing traffic' from both teams operating from start within tWe next few days _on

at 3 o'clock l In the power-laden//: oftf'nslvely'minded start to flnlHh he said, and It the T and the' Tornadoes shiftingInto these buildings It waa announcedby I Lions: To StartRedecorating
1st Church for Nelson The second score hi ,
: came Seabreeze 'eleven. HaXsald; 'the ,,everyone will..pdf>[>erata, the Morris B. Storer. president of
cell, 49 who dledv as a the third quarter on a..pass. team "clicked' pretty" weU arty plan will save a.ot. of a Notre Dame box, ton 19b''* the company CurtlalS.. Newsome Work..

8 heart attack at his from Jlniiuy Rowe to Deuut! but for the offep'siveIya.teeIn1k moat 'the.... ana""trouble.. : . contest promises to be a slap-bang Gainesville. .contractor',' has been -
|h'of Starte"! '.arJy, Badbfi ;' Thomas' Mho seamlre4.oiaeros.oe :tart>> their defensive play was the affair and 'It both fide are operating awarded a contract for construe* "7fan' to paint end redeoerate
-I Iof the goal line to lift the offensively as they should. It lion of these two buildings. the Lion Den were formulated
lead to lt-0. The for .nost outstanding. predictions on the outcome of to.night's could easily be the .
outstandinggame
try
extra the
en i was a lifelong ell- i Asked If he Th /"trail office bulldlnV"wll|\ Wednesday night: during regular
*Word County- -the aon ; point was again no'good would make anyJ. contest: Hobbs replied with of the season. her. be located In Melrose on .,,$$ate dinner meeting of the Starke
I
..
Ir' and the score remained the -- of the Lion Club and work Is scheduled
: Archibald H. and Fan- Highway 21. Just north
t F P
I mi livestock operations .* l Wllllston's only score came mid- & L Completes $200,000 Modernization Program Waldo exchange building and yard Auxiliary recently offered to

e pant year had served : J"l', way the third ,quarter when they facilities will be located at the furnish the" paint and materials If
lenient of construction corner of Week and Seydel Streets the men folks would just furnishthe
retained
of the ball
possession .
H. DuPre, of the
volts
rounty road department. f : long enough to make a sustained Florida Power manager and distributed to the various This way the Camp would receiveall The Santa Fe system Is the first labor.
J member of the Board of drive Into Tornado territory, Smith and Light Company's other communities In this locality the power It needed within 24 In this region to enter the construction Harold Hazlewood assistant
I of substation In Starke. this where there are transformers to hours PuPre said. brief
the First Methodist carried the ball 12 yards for the phase under the new coach at BHS, gave a talk
week announced the of
d was completion break It down further. When the He said the Stark the 'of 1901
an honorary mem- Wllllston score and the try for the an station U REA-loan setup. On January 11. on prospvcta the
approximately $200,000
I Bradford County Chap- extra marker was good as Smith projectat 13,000 volts reaches these trans now one of the moat importantIn 1931 a loan of $474.000 was allocated Tornado squad.
the local
le Farmers of America. ran around his right end and fell substation and the formers. It la broken down to 110 this section of the state and to Santa Fe by the Rural Dinner waa served by Ernest
plans for a warehouse which will
.n Is survived by his Into the end zone as he was be built here soon materials volts and carried Into homes for certainly one of the best equipped. Electrification Administration. T. Phillips'and Titus Olson.
as as
jr[ Winifred Wimberly I tackled. I
rpe daughters I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. become available. use.He explained that It was broughtIn ,
Oleetsi. town were
I Phoebe Green two L. E. Wtmberly of The Tornadoes' third touchdowncame I The completed work js the climax here at such a high voltage 1 II BANQUE1'I I

fry and D. Rltch Green; ; I Wlmberly Madison Mr.and and Mrs. D. C. Lennon when late a sustained In the fourth drive sparked quarter .I of the years very of latest planning In safer and features and- because the higher the line voltage i LIONS HONOR SCHOOL BOY PATROL AT I

Mr.. the lower the loss .
A, F. Saula and of current
f' _
I of I by Carl Johns, carried the local better -
and Mrs. R. L. Lockhart service equipment. DuI'resaid The reputations of 400,000 -
I-
M.
| Wimberly; and three club Someday he said it will be broughtin
Into Williston land
.or-nzo D., Adam T.. and Deland, Mrs. N. T. Rltch Mrs.I deep a number of people hndj I at 110,000 volts, for which the I school boy patrolmen rest on theli'
Then Johns the .
." I Alleen Mills sprinted across questioned him concerning the local station la I shoulders, Frank Eftkridge: head
and
en all of Starke. Sibyl Cribbs and Mrs. Wllllston goal from nine Insulated then
yards ect thinking he knew of the
0. Mitchell offlcated at and proJ-1 be sent out to the various com. highway safety educational ,-.-.
Emma Capo :
o( Wllliston Mrs. out to hoist the score to 207. The about Camp Blanding. But program told the local school boy .., ,
11 i nervlces! assisted by'J. Mrs. Bernard GInty of St. Augusotlnll. Tornadoes had earlier In the quarter said this project In the munities at 66,000 volta, consider ,,,,
was
patrolmen of .JI
Wednesday night
| Churrhwell of! Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Wlmberly gained two points plan.I I ably more than the 13,000 now In, .
pastor I on a safetyas ning stage long before even the last week at a dinner held in their '
Street Methodist Church,I of Eagle Lake. Leslie Capo and a Wllliston back fumbled the ' lie. Music furnished Ormond Beach hall and threw It back the Installation of the vr.
was Miss Marilyn Capo. over his head built on the assumption that Bland- new' Eflkrldg said there are more ..$ ,
urch choir. L. T. Dyer Lake Butler Mrs. Marvin -I'nut of the end zone as he was Ing would be reopened. equipment, circuit breakers that school boy patrolmen actively en- ,--.-..J .; -4.. '

"t 1 wn, in the Highlandwith l I Moore and Mrs. Amy Ritch of I tackled. Work on erecting the steel act somewhat like electric "brains",I gaged In safety work than there :
Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Johns I kicked off to open the were Included. These breakerscut ;
arrangements In I framework and Installing the new are policemen. He told the Lions
f DeWltt C. Jones. | Pass Tallahassee, M. O. Barrel !grime. The kick bounced off the equipment began In December the current off a particularline why they must continue to support jI' 1
tng of Brooker. WllllHton center the ball on which there Is trouble r-
the funeral from out and Wallace Crew and was DuPre said and la complete now the patrol boys and that they
recovered by BUS. Johns carriedthe automatically and Immediately.
I with the exception of a few minor should respect and help them so
ball for a gain of yards. I Then by looking at the three
seven details. He also'said that the, far as 1 Ia possible. He said they I .
Rowe picked up a few more off gadgets. accompanying each breaker I receiving their badge*, are officer of the recently formed

yor Proclaims "Big Dad Day'; I I the left side of the line but the company record on la the proud project of ,the for safety even the trouble shooters can tell spend after school hours when working other before youngsterstheir and I I Starke Srhool Boy PatroL The boy and their. sponsors are.. from I left I

Tornado. were penalised 13 yards with 26 men working all around! which line there Is trouble on and own age are playing and the to right I Harland A. Sprow, Advlsort Edgar Akrl.lge, Lieut.; Edward

for Illegal use of the hand on this i iplllY' lines carrying Aa.OOO volts not approximately what vicinity It la public should show their gratitude AkrUlge, Captalnt Robert Mutton Lieut., and W. K. Oriffla. Director.

n House Event Set For Oct. 5 Johns carried again for six I one man even skinned a finger. I I In. I by cooperating with them and I ....-... .._ ._______
vards to the Williston 38 yard! \
In
Work on the warehouse will begin order to save time and be m.klng'thelr i jobs a little easier.
S. e .. S C C but there was a fumble on the he sure of communications In case of
an soon as possible said Eskridge said that while one
f .:. '
I"n" piny and Jackson recovered but the lack of steel will determine a" storm the local plant has four man la being killed In Korea, wire ,
for the fIrst puhllo Inspection. of the new Big Da :Manu- BHS. The Tornadoes failed Juat when It will be built at different communication systems. killing 30 on the highway In this .

*011' Co. plant In Starke took shape rapidly into week as a first down and the ball t cost of about $I .OOO and placed They use radio public telephone country. "We're doing more damage "' ,
.
N. \Valnwrlght Issued. a proclamation setting ...1.... Fri. went to WllUston on downs:? ehlnd the company's present. of. private telephone and a carrier Innocently than the Communist ti.: *' ;;1;
'* Iewts lost four yards for Wll fice building. Upon completion of current system where a conversation are doing Intentionally" he ).
I3.. all Big Dad Day In Starke and Bradford County. liston and after Cannon failed tc the warehouse he said 10 ad-, may be held over the same said. -r
Rain but one yard they kicked tc dltlonal will I lines that are carrying fl .OOO volts. r..1"-: ..
men be employed here For those people who scoff at
Siceloff I ;;...
| president of the work and play clothes roanufactur- ;
Rowe who was downed almost boosting! the local payroll con DuPre said there Is hardly any safety measures and state that
frn l iSSued a cordial Invitation to the to visit the plant I
public Immediately. siderably. possibility of ever being without they haven't had a wreck In 20
|'eking hours on that day. He further stated that the company Row carried tnlee, picking On a tour of the plant, DuPre communication facilities with such years Eskridge said that 2.00O

Sway 23 pairs of dungaree and 23 pairs of work pants to a yard and after McRae pointed to the various pieces of a setup as this. The radio equipment I people are killed every year "who

htorn, during the day An attractive souvenir will be given gained up. only a> yard. John equipment and explained the function Is Installed In all repair j haven't had a wreck In 20 years,"
visiting will of each one and how It Increased truck and..la of the threeway'typeao The speaker charged the schoolboy
J"n the plant and the Chamber of Commerce kicked the ball. out on the. MillloCnn -
j the service and efficiency! that a repair crew can talk
dr1nl< during the day. one foot line. There '; patrolmen with acting like
of the station. He said the number with another truck, with the home( gentlemen and setting an example I
Illlnton rumbled on the fIrst
I play and Thomas WM hi fast of customers In this locality, office or either on. of them with In safety for their schoolmates to
has nearly doubled the war the truck.Heaaid.
I to recover for a touchdown. since follow. He said It was Importantthat
You are cordially invited I''I The try for extra point teasno and It was necessary to spend all If the government decided they uphold the reputation -

I good.Johns. this money here In order" to cope to reopen Camp BlandingIn established by the thousand of These are the members of the School Buy Patrol aa 1 of last Thurlay. .->
to attend our with the orders and demands of a hurry his company could Since
them this
boy. preceding and that picture wa made, several< have dropped out and several
I kicked off for the Tornadoes additional customers furnish the needed power within
will fill and
Open //odM ] they an Important more have been added Then currently the
J and Lewis caught the ball DvPre explained that three different 24 hours after the request was long needed post her In Starke.I Alvarec. on squad are Romaa
Friday. October 5. 1951 on his own 2O yard line. H. advanced linen, carrying, 06.0OO volts made. He explained that the company I The dinner was sponsored by the Buddy Brown. Glenn Ferguson Jack Crlfru., Tommy Orlffl .
John ,
ludI
James
It to>> the 40 where It was run into the local substation from had a mobile substation Lion. Club and wa. In honor of McRar, Leo Kicks, Robert Button, Jame Thorn.tow .
9a.ri.ta5 p.m. I first and ten. After falling to Jacksonville, Jasper and Palatka. mounted on a trailer In Sanford the 31 school boy patrolmen who BoMty Coehraoe. Henry Itlrharde. Leroy Addison Edward Akrlilge. .

& gain a first down on a pass and When the current reaches the local, and all they would have to do'Is assumed their duties on the school J. R. Reek Marvin Brown Lamar Clough, Smith' OeV... Jim.my .
Dad
11 Manufacturing Company.. I two running plays.Wllllston puntedto plant It U broken down to 13,000 pull It up here and connect it. busses and corner surroundingthe Edwards. Jerry Geiger Tommy llalnes, V Irgtl Lee Lealle Llbbr.

Stark, Florida 1. I MoRse Douglas picked up ala school this week Following IU>nall Mcl-emk. Bobby Sapp. NeU Scot. Glenn Wood and Raymond
I Mott picked up a yard and Douglas Drivers Are Slow Getting Licenses the short address by Eakrldg*, 8lf'tlaneilL
DIt'S4on of Sicelo/f Manufacturing Co.:' carried again for a first down Harland A.. Sprow, who U the

Mott carried for four yards and The Florida Highway Patrol sales ao far bad been fairly good teacher In charge of the unit and men However the boy. will have to the honor bestowed on them or
Lexington A/, C. the horn sounded, ending the first will be awfully busy In Bradford l but that there were well over a W. K Orlffls, Starke policemanwho to have raincoat and QrlffU said they would be dropped from the

quarter. County around the first of October' thousand people yet who haven't will direct the unit' activities. they need some local organization unit and someon apponted to

poorlaJ Douglas carried for two yards,giving driver's license examinations I nought theirs. He urged them to ': Introduced the boy Individually to sponsor the unit. take their place. -
BC, Dad EtUUoB.. of the Bradford county Telegraph and then romped through the WII. unless Bradforditss before be our and remember that October and presented them with their Thursday morning the group Edward Akrtdge was elected
"...II..r Uston line again for a first down respond belt and badges. held an organizational meeting In
highlight edition 1 .la the deadline and after I Captain of tile
*f the day. It will be the bigger long and pick theirs In the I 1 a classroom at group tile brother,
ICIP8Pph After Douglas, was thrown for a up "" t they will have to take adrlyer' Belt and, badges were bought BHS and received Edgar wa elected a* on. Lieu
8It both t IB amber of page and In. total nuroPrtated. four yard toss. Mott carried for County Judge's office examination before securing -I with the money received from donations definite Instructions a* to their tenant and Robert Sutton wa

to b* published klace Florida "boom days.. I (Continued to page 8) i: Judge C. K. Perryman said that, a new license. mad by local buatnesa- conduct and dutlea by Gilffla.:: H* chosen for the other second in
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1878 E. L MATTHEWS. OWNCNCDITORKvcry [L pomp or praise or fetter .,, '. "(
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u'ick Is gone so disappears
Second 'he flame Then let ua give '
and F.n..r..d as
liwu.e"\Il llIohpd Matter: at O"k& Fla.I V Lure Burgess Alohr ourselves to Cod with every :i r. 'toVETh.l

PONCA. NEdR = deed and bream for we and all i
rrldl&l@ 1951 we ever hold are his In life I _
Member I hankie. Just rip the Ham and and, death. James Metcalfe. :,
\\1icrein I untier In the Autumn
use the same material as the drewor We must not take freedom for i iI MM .TO I.
fl." For Six Months with a winK I prrpure for winter material color. ,
8l1h..rrlpllun U.75 ,\ any plain came i granted. We must strive to devote -
Florida.
tad have from
company Really handy when they go to i our lives to God and love of,
Thy leaves drop softly through school. I use. aoap or bread papers Saviour. Above all be honest, be ,, /
the Indian summer i to rub my Iron over .0 It won't{strong In our belief that right II i iI Quantity \ tJt Reserved Prices Good Thru
They whisper In the air, I stick to materials when Ironing I make might. The Communists I| Sep
Aa one light body brush.. Two tone shoe laces for girl's I I cannot take us over If we all have D'S lj\A_ tlPEACHES
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saddle shoes be made e i
vlcwPOllmr another in falling. may by using,on the whole armour of God. I
And slowly .Ule where I one brown and on. white. Cut'still repeat Psalm 23. It Is a
Many are lying, curled with the, each In half and sew the two lovely day here-sun shining Don No 21/2 Can
Needed Better Knowledge Of College summer heat i color together. One end white ]la at the store I will be looking
:
Ethereal u dust. I I the other brown. for all of you to write. Thanks
When are writers of radio, stage, and screen scripts', as'' -Betty Page Dabnej I am making honey roll*). They !Mrs. Dempsey of Waldo. God 2 2"A'
this ? |are baking now. I thought to have I bless! you all. Limit-3
well as novels, going to stop nonsense students i In I love the foil. My pulse quickens I them for Sunday morning break I LOVE-LURA
For years now they have pictured college at the eight of failing leave. fast. They look real nice. If
the same manner-mainly as a bunch of idiotic jokers who C know that another year of life I they are good will give you recipe i _
Z and who think of nothing but hurtingone l I. about to end. Each day become / '
don't know A from next w..ek.Vhew, I can smell Midget Pencil Sharpeners. Meal< IA( "i lioctivo flavor Emulsorized Shorten
another, making more money than the other fellow, wear- more and more of an adventure them baking. Brad !
fur home une." Only $1.83.-
ing the loudest clothes they can find, and, in general], developing I whisper a prayer, I am so Here la a poem we can all take ford County Telegraph.
; a character that is as asinine as a braying donkey utterly happy as I gather In mysquashes to heart:
In the golden sunshine.
There is nothing truthful about such completely distorted Already I the days' are much shorter.I I watch the stream of human Coffee Snowdri

imaginings. College students aren't the only people who have put up the ruffled curtain life . go swiftly passing; by i t J MA6fA GET rclriull
wear loud clothes and shout themselves hoarse at football In the dining; room for the winter. I gaze Into the mirror I look p p69t ""fA-e\-'"
games or belong to organizations indulging in hazing and We have our chair. again In the up at the sky Why are we a ;. "' CAN
horseplay. Most youngsters, whether they go to college sunny bay window. I love to do mortals on this earth How
quit after the sixth grade, raise a little cane every once in a the name things year after year, long will be our stay? What ;
has craving, for slightly to feel secure and useful, even thnI Is our least possession that nc A Snowdrift 3
while, and certainly every person a \
am no longer young or as strong one can take away? We cannot ,
spectacular clothing at some time during Ma lifetime. Why to do thing. There I I. a joy In take our common goods 1 In KOCH IJU'O STOKE ,. 79CL9 -.--- lb. Can 8
?
the
make college students exception just| knowing one i1 la doing; what -
I As for fraternity and sorority life both have their advantages ono can for humanity.Here I "" .' ,Limit 1
number of such organizations of late I .__ -.- .
and disadvantages. There are a have had some 'ezaefd a"'l I -- -
dedicated to the sole purpose of having a good nice letters from ladies who read''
time and dating and making friends on an equal social stand- this: column. I am so pleased and I J cecey 4 fJ4My House I is I
ard. However, these same fraternities and sororities also happy over the words of pralao. )i Fact' If(\ ,tk Pure CaneSUGAR
t[ think that If al! stick
work we togetherwe I
sponsor a number of charitable and worthy projects can do wond"rs. Last Sunday Neat as a pin.. I
of themselves and their schools, and
hard for the betterment .
I[ had caller' A young\ couple who] .
dedicate themselves to becoming better men and women. But live In Yankton, South Dakota.' > 4 :
this? It is never mentioned in a motion picture with a college Mr. and Mr. Leonard VanEpps' Warm all winterWINKLER 5LbS4 4
background. She I.I the former Hazel Packhamof

We would like to suggest that the writers responsible' for Stnrke. She called to tell me I
such misleading plot and characterizations go back to college she had read Clay Hill lot. of, wit h

. (if indeed, they ever attended) and get a good look at just imefl.young' mother Such a' sweet of three and beautiful precious QUAKER 170I vlAghs> \ elrnan's Apple DONALD CU

what DOES go on. They'll find it entirely different- from ,rirlH.. The baby Susan has such
what they picture. lovely red hair. A real American HEATER
. There are innumerable situations arising in college life family' and I was 10 proud of hei Sauce. 2 for25c Salad

that are just as dramatic as those in any other walk of life, 'I and her wonderful young husband
and radio. One This Is the future-the hope of
and they're tailor made for movies, stage
to plot with a college backgroundin America. All week I have beer]) All-Green Asparagus
of these days we hope see a I
which the hero isn't crooning to a starry-eyed sorority ;me.happier I because cleaned" mv they kitchen came to thli aee Get rid of dirty coal, ashes Dress!!

i girl: with a ukelele in his hand and a raccoon coat on his! back. week and, made myself a print and kindling.. havo plentyof Spears 39c
tire., .. It I III red with a white dot. heat In a Jiffy this winter I Can
Did You Miss The 'Skeetera'? Whoopee! It will look cheerful ...with a QUAKER Sumoit
for this winter. I made two Heater. Heats your home or
Did you miss that old familiar buzzing of the fiendish I aprons to match. It will anon be a room In a matter of minutes 12.qtr a11b giblet s
i mosquito in your bedroom this summer? Seems as though I time to get my quilts out to workon Fait automatic heat
\ most folks did for the few "skeeters" remaining at large I them. Want to get Chrlatma* assured by these optional 2
seemed small indeed in comparison with the hordes that infested !resents done and lined up) first low-cost. accessories offered Corn Cans35c
V'on't be long until ThanksgIvingand
the city last season. only by QUAKER:
,
then before we are ready.
The operator of one of our leading motels says that many :'hrlstma I I. here I have my I. M..h..l..l Dr..-llyu \1 :MVoIJl 16m
visitors stopping overnight here during the summer.noticed ,Chrlslma.: 'card and quite a few maximum. heal output re.ardlea Kral
the comparative lack of mosquitoes and commented favorably i resents bought.( of chimney by providing '
,on it. That's good publicity-darn good publicity. For those CLAY HILL: I am told they ample draft. Cull fuel cost DintlersSMOKED lI2C a
Each iz
folks will doubtless come back again, and may even go so far I ue building a aide track along the J. H.d Cir..l.t.r-gently circulate -
as to tell their friends about "mouitoess| ) Starke." I railroad at Clay Hill. so aa to bringIn heat0 every room
According to Jack Trawick, county sanitarian, this fine I gravel and rock -material for comer. Automatic In action.
state of affairs didn't "just happen"-such things seldom do.I I the Clay Hill highway, which was

He described several steps that were taken to help bring Branch:raded last Church year.U almost The dune Long 69.95

about this buzzless, bitelegs Utopia. I Letters from lots of folk*. How no. QUAIl., "CMlr_". HAM
' First, it seems the City brought in a dragline and cleared 1 r love them. Daisy Lang Elgin :::::ut.ed.to rer b..d..bbw.at.e.I..ett b.t.d .d r, And UpI
out-all the small ditches in and on the outskirts of town allowing 1 Lanl' Dorothy Manning. Hazel
the water to flow faster instead of backing up and I irlffls. and I think of Nettle Car.
providing obnoxious insects with choice homesitea. I ter and Lela' Mae Carter. Such Low in Price

(p Then, following up this: good work the Health Department wonderful. folk.. Sadie Carter of I VMM a,4f .I
installed an oiling station at the head of a creek above LAwt..y was back visiting at Clay \ 7 High in Performance ,
Reno and the oil film drifted downstream until it hit fast- 11111. She has been In Texas. Com In .'SMt' ,* I' r/unn'lland. ,
HELPFUL today
HINTS. Give C
running water. At this point the oil film was no longer necessary your Electric Service 8'to .
candies a coating' of shellac and for demonstration" .b'8''. .
a* the fast flow of water would dislodge mosquito eggs (hlii will prevent them from bend. \fh1 t LB a 5 5
and float them out of the county. Inlf: III a warm room. I put a PHONE 158 > ,
Maybe it floated them on to other parts of the State, for pocket' In the aide seam of my 222-221 Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. ,,-- 4j HA
while Floridians in !some' locations swatted and sprayed little granddaughter's t g11

harder than ever this summer, Starkeites were sleeping .- -
' peacefully with nary a buzz in their ears or a bite on their '


4 ankle We have nothing but praise for our efficient mosquito- FAMILY INARUTP Grad IN" rQSSed & Drawn, Quick-Frozen, 6 to 10 lb. Avfc
'emolition team and earnestly hope it will keep up the good

'orkome? winter, come spring' come summer again. We It
can think of no more appealing slogan to broadcast throughout w "- Small Young Turkeys Ib
the length and breadth of the land than this' : "Starke ''' AVOID
the tax mosquito free town." j J JI Jr

I IlCalit'11a1'f'X\ !
18 Honcalu For The OIlier Fellow? NOMEITlS1 'S1nd, Grade "A"


A great deal has been said and\ written lately about the I I ( Shc d Bacon 4
moral disintegration of this Country. We believe that we t1HOUfE Pound
too have message about that. and offer it in a spirit' of GiTtKlTOFn
humbleness, for we think that the fault lies with just about
every man woman and child in the Country. r Free Johtgbeh, Golden llmt+

It may have been the Volstead Act which started a general -1 aI AJVAJ'F/'MfP."ll CORn
disinterest in complete'obeyance of law and order by the i w ;:-

public or it may not but certainly the days of bootleggingand Apples 5 lbs 39 C i 29Fret1 !
4
speakeasies did much to cause a breakdown of respect rI E/ I .i s
for law, Hut whatever the initial cause there has been an

increasing lack of concern over lawltssness. / U J -. Hard
And we differ with the findings! of the Senate Crime (I AMERICANS ARC TO
Commission who recommended that a permanent body be l T
set up to combat racketeering and dishonesty. We think t / PEOPLE WHO LOVE Prunes 2 25c
11
that what is needed is a return to old-fashioned honesty t oOU1""ANDITS lbs pound ,
not alone in Washington, or the State Capitols, or in local I
governments, but in each and every home in the Nation. THE MOST

The man who flouts* the law and has a traffic violation FUN TOGOTOTNE
ticket killed, or misrepresents' his income tax: the farmer who Laid OhinG, ."
knowingly defrauds the government the seedsman who MOVIES. HAVE
j
misrepresents his stock is in a mighty poor position to 1 j
YOU SEEN
preach honesty to his children. The woman who drives be. ONE
yond the speed limit through a school zone is breaking the \ t LATELY BUTTER lb S

law; who pays over the legal ceiling price for goods is guiltyof ., .
breaking the law. And do you think that a boy is not, :II!)
quick to learn that although Father punishes him for lying \

Father himself lies to save money on his income tax or lies 1/ME10TAKe \ SnW pbdanaWHOLE rroJl'
SSfsi ilK&A' Crop Frozen
in putting over a "sharp" business deal. The atmosphereof

under the cultivation home is where, or a withers respect and for dies.law and honesty flourishes ."HOME 1 TIS". A ::;: RI) ORttNGf JUICE 5 Cans 95c 01Packoa 0

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A return 'to old-fashioned honesty in each home will ..el..ie. lasa& ......-r.er..w h ae.IM.ay DW W yledtened.' Frozen
quickly reflect itself'in better local government state and : et.ytq la.a c; STI Ar 1 UI !
national government.. It behooves each one of us to take timeout URIES n, 29c *
to reflect -on our daily lives and see if we too, are not
guilty of little lien. or half-truths which poison the charactersof
our young future citizens.Of SEE A MOVIE TOf4IGHT4maE

course we know that there are many many fine parents
who are bringing up their children with true respect I FRYERS II' 4
for honesty and real respect for law and order. They set a Fresh I+la. Lb.
good example for all of us to follow If we all do. we may : ,
see the day when the philosophy-"the only thing wrong I .R J
I did was to get caught"--will be a thing of the past' I .



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88. -1951BRANCH BRADFORD CXTONTT TgUECRAm. BTARKE. FLORIDA -
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of Gainesville and Mrs V. V. Hazenof Gainesville Sunday.
I 1 1I Of Oats .visited Mrs L. L. Parker Family Reunion
Mrs Elizabeth Campbell, who also Ingr.Pernonal. Big Crop Stark*
introduced tile teachers to new Notlre ,I Foreseen In State BROOKER : Sunday afternoon We are A family reunion was held at

Keystone Heights!! members.It Mr*. Vance has just returned Mr*. E. J. Lewis sorry to report Mrs. Parker Is still the home of Mr. and Mrs. James
from Long Island. She made the For Next SeasonIt. confined to her bed. of
was announced that the Keystone W. Thomas Sunday In honor
[ J. U Strickland Heights Lions Club would trip so that ahe could accompany Mrs M. C. Mott Is spending this' Alfred :Mor-
back to Keystone email grain planting time The Sunbeam<< Band' Mr. and Mr. Thomas' uncle
The Catholic Club had a picnic furnish safety standards to be Mr. Francis Bettis weed In Starke visiting
Bettls 1 an Indications that Florida The Sunbeam Hand met at ford of Danla. A delicious plcnio ,
If and are
Mrs. Wilkinson
U the week- supper.on Sunday, Sept. 23, at till, placed in the middle of the high Heights. Church Wednesday Mrs. Edgar "
spent aunt of Mrs. Bert Chrlatoffers and farmers, in. response! to goals set Brooker Baptist Vernon lunch was served on the lawn dur-
mefolkhl 1 last fur' Cooper home on Lake Geneva. way during the periods in which 19, at 3:30: We are sorry to report
of Agri- afternoon, Sept
to Alaska. The Catholics will also sponsor the children are going to and from will make her home In Keystonewith by the U. S. Department refreshments Rodgers la a patient In Alachua ing the noon hour. Present on this
\going a dance at the Beach on Saturday, school. Mr. Judd has been assigned :Mr. Vance cultural are going to produce one p.m. After the served program by their leader Hospital. occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Tom ,
and daughterStrickland of oats in theslat.s were t
,111',, n 8. Mrs W. J. the sheriff to the Mr. and Mrs. John Powers are of the largest crops and Mrs. Mary
called Oct. Siprelle tll by patrol Mrs. Grace Bigham. Twelve Mrs L. A. Mott Morford and children of Gainesville
and we talked chairman. The committee has engaged crossing at these times. new residents here from Wilmington history of members enjoyed tho meeting Green were shopping in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs Troy Thomas
nlng Del. They will occupy the Agronomist J. R. Henderson
Mr. Pollock from Starke ,
at
Friday.
Come Mrs. Delma Gllstiort gave a report much.
10:20. very :Mr. and
until : I Extension and children of Lacrosse
Geneva. Florida Agricultural
.
else who caller for square dances. on the Lunch Room Institute Barwick house on Lake the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blgham I and Mr. Sallle Dukes who la spending
\ anyone on farmers are Strickland and son
or home Florida
Clarence
Next Sunday Sept. 30( is Rally which was held in Tallahassee in Lt. Tracy Baker la Service says !Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Heirs and I awhile here with her sister, Mrs.
Ifrs. re- Day at the Community Church August and which Mrs. Glisson twenty days' leave from the AirCorps. expected to plant 179,000: acres He of ;children were in Jacksonville last Mrs. Florence Varnadoe was the Tommie of Gainesville, Mr. and
Ayers
Heber after Sunday School. Everyone is invited attended. oats in the next two months. Friday. guest of Mrs. Annie Harrell and Mrs Howard Douglas and

,, last days Thursday with us. MrL to come and bring a visitor. Mrs. H. L. Morgan, chairman of Mrs. Margaret Tracy spent the for points forage out that or can oats be can used be as grazed grain i Mrs. R. M. Heirs and children Mrs. Ida Weeks of Santa Fe Sun children Mrs. Jettye Hazen and .

I he, liked Florida and< The Community Church Women the school education and legislation weekend in Orlando. feed or sold for cash. returned home Wednesday from a day.Wade daughter and Rev. and Mrs. Earl $
to spend two I will hold their first meeting after committee, submitted a detailed Mrs. Merrill from Jacksonvillewas visit with relatives In Columbia Harrell attended the an- all of Brooker.
going The Production and Marketing Willis
next year. If all the summer vacation on Tuesday. report on needed repairs a weekend guest of Miss S. C and In Jacksonville with her nual meeting of the Primitive
ui. Mildred and Oct. 2, at 7:30 p.m. for our school. She stated that Tlllla. Administration is offering to pay 'mother, Mrs. Q. D. Long. Baptist Church at Macclenny Sun <<
Gladys
f ;aurae. At a meeting of the trustees of Mrs. William J, Siprelle presidenthad $1.50 an acre for seeding oats Sgt. Olive Graduates
rained on, have Mr. and Mrs. R. n. Thomas of
iHKgot Mr. and Mrs. Haberstroh 1 1-2 bushels of oats day.Mrs.
Ln and caught a few the Community Church Sunday gone with her to the September Mrs. where at least Lake City and MrM. Rhoda Jackson H. P. Gainey IS visiting ,
Lit we enjoyed it all.BIS morning, it was decided to offer meetings of the School BoardIn returned Haberstroh to Keystone has been Heights.In the North are sown and the crop .U left. as of Jacksonville attended the relatives In Okeechobee this week. Staff Sergeant Leroy Olive, Jr.,

tells us she wasLk the place of pastor to Dr. Geo. E. Green Cove Springs. all\ summer. They are now In the I cover. funeral of F. S. Fowler at Dedan Mrs. M: O. Harrrll and Mrs. ,Guy of Starke, is one of 12 airmen recently -
with an Infected Farrar. Dr. Fa'rrar has acceptedthe Mrs. Morgan asked every member Geneva Beach Apartments. I Southland the new diseasereI Friday and visited Mr. and Mrs. ,Harrell and daughters were in graduated from the Personnel
call and will into the sistant oat produced commercially Gainesville business Monday.Mr. .
tier now. move of the association to pledge Mr and Mrs. F. Ii.f. Walrath Sr. E. J. Lewis. I on I Management School at Vance
parsonage In a short time. He for the first time last year, Is expected W.MJH.: State :Mission: and Mrs. Obra Hazen and ,
iked announce that was pastor of this church for support to the Board of Education have returned from their summer \to lead] all other varietiesIn The Women's Missionary Society eons, were visiting relatives in Air Force Base Enid Okla.
f Ufldicatlon service of the County in their efforts to stay in North Carolina. They re-
'
no winter
Florida \ this
welcomed
several years and will be plantings met Sept, 17-19 and rendered
Inch next Sunday ass maintain good schools. She emphasized port considerable difference In In addition to being resistant to i
back to his old charge. their Week of Prayer A large: D
finished. .
yet that "Better schools temperature.The
mt PTA MEKTING crown rust and Victoria blight group of ladles attended the three Every Branch of
i
will be announced make better communities'' andstressed petty thievery atlll continues
km "The Art of Living Together"was anda Southland produces more forage, day sedition. Each year at this
the responsibility of all around town. Several cars
adopted as the general themefor earlier forage and more grain than time a State Mission program Is
[be preaching at FadIh the year at the first meeting citizens and organizations In this few houses have been broken, other varieties. These facts were rendered to draw our hearts closerto INSURANCEH. ,
Miss Houaer, Into In the last week. Looks like
principal
with regard. !
Sunday i of the Keystone Heights Parent- revealed by survey of oat farm- our own State .Mission work. "
grounds.loodjlucli. i Teacher Association on Sept. 18. announced that a film entitled we need a vigilance committee. era by the Agricultural Extension The theme "Rumlng Hearts for

Topics for each month were presented "The Fight for Better Schools"will Service and Experiment Stations. Florida through State Missions." '
by the program chairman. be shown ot the October meet- after last year's successful season. Goal J21,000. May God richly bless C. WALL AGENCY

...' ,., .'.. PINE LEVELBy Whether farmers plant Southland our State Jttliwlon Work .
-, '" .11I> I: : : ,
-," H_" :'. : or other varieties such as The W.MS business, meetingwill ( PLEASE PHONE 146
I Mrs. II. M. McRao Camellia. Red Rustproof 14 Nor- be held at the Baptist Church

PHONE 218 KEYSTONE tex or Suwannee Blackhull Mr. Wednesday afternoon Oct. 3, at 3 Constant Service Over 50 Years -
It was a great Homecoming Day I Henderson recommends the fol o'clock. All ladles are urged to
COL0NIAIFLORIST ''at the Pine Level Baptist Church .lowing'cultural practices for the attend.

I I JEWELERS\ 'I' with bent results. Mrs. C. C. Melvin spent lust .. . ..
Sunday. A great reunion .
Oat seed should be planted In week at He'Ibronn: Springs' visit-\ / : : .
friends and loved ones we don't see .. .. .. .
Ing relatives and also attended the
land that has been well prepared
WALLIE MUIILIIOFER very often Rev. Hall the pastor, by harrowing and disking a month annual meeting at Macclenny. .
KEYSTONE: : IIEGHTS! brought the message at 11 a.m. before planting time. Oals should Roswell Kelley of JacksonvilleIs PORTRAIT STUDIO

FLOWERSFOR Next to Harvey's Drug Store Dr. R. D. Englo of Jacksonvlllpreache.l follow a row crop if possible and spending his vacation this week
for us at 3 p.m. and told should not follow oats or other with his mother Mrs. Doris Kelley. Hallmark Greeting Cards
Mr. and Mrs Henry Coleman
ALL OCCASIONS! cereal
of hU grains. |
trip around the World Rev.
Ffour-leaf clover- Prompt Alton Dobbs brought the message Only clean top-grade seed are I equivalent.

luck have Acci- I at the evening service. We had 290( recommended and they should be Planting time ranges from October W.ddlna and lYweraa
to Efficient Courteous .
treated with Improved cereaan 1 to November 15. Mr. Hen ('uwwerelat1'aetoarseay
( in School. / / Fllwt
Sunday
j) Service or ceresan M at the rate of 1.2 derson says If the oat crop Is to
,
nee
Rev. and Mrs. Hall left this N'ateae.Qu.llb .
ounce per bushel to reduce seed. be used primarily for grazing it ihwF FS
_
morning for Boatwlck where Rev. borne disease. Use grain drill and should be planted In lute September yHf Nti u.........
icy E. Johns DISH GARDENS fit Hall will conduct the funeral services I seed oats at the rat. of 2 to 3 and early October. Photo Ft.l.alua pNOIOGHA 1".1."
for Elmer Nettle who
[ POTTERY EXPERT WATCH away Saturday.Mrs. passed ,bushels per acre. Oats are ready to graze when
gency i Apply 300 to 400 pounds of plants are 9 to 8 Inches high and
N. O. Tilllg of 105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla Phone 265
Trilby was
POTTED REPAIRS i should be
STARKE. FLA. PLANTS 4-10-7 or similar fertilizer at plant- grazing regulated/ tc
the weekend of Mrs. V, A,
guest Ing time For early winter and maintain this height throughout
. FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE Browning. good spring grazing top-dress the season. 'If hay or grain I I.! Roscoe Bullington, PhotographerOwner

: Hour Dally 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. I' Mrs. Sue Myrlck of Lake Geneva December 1 and February 1 with to be harvested cattle must bo i ...'.- .. ..., '

I Nona st Stark. Wednesday 0 12 Noon ,, H. M.spent McRaes.Saturday night with the ,,100 pounds of nitrate of soda or removed about Febuary 15. . r

WE TRAVELERS HarttorO \. ::, '. '.., '-, ,' '''-., I ._ .' _..' .. .: ,,,' I We've had two birthday celebrations ". .' : -. ... '' ' "' ..'' ': .' ". '- .' .. '. ,'. . : .
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.- '- month: Geraldine Fender daughter I
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Fender We. Reserve
:-' and Buddy McRae, son of Mr. and LOOK 1" 9
I 'Mrs. A. R. McRae. Both were well The Right

:Bt4 )l? 1t.Uf FUl.l. :attended and received enjoyed beautiful by all. Thehonorees and .. To Limit


FAMILY 5/ 'I useful Harold presents.McRae of the French BIG SAVINGS AT QuantitiesPhone

r .
HOrpO"/ Buick Agency. Westover Mass., 70 (
'IntFULLY <
All I was a dinner guest of !'tir. and ;J.fr., .- -

A. R. McRae Friday. He was en-
!
AUTOMATIC QtJCEOLOIN route to his home after spending

YETp! his vacation with his father D. O. U
lectric.Range McRae at Safety Harbor.

We were glad to have Mr and Large Corned
tat faired Unit I .Three Species Storage Drawers I /! t16gt. Mrs. Joille Evans and Mr. and Mrs. PER CAN
Martin Oliver of Plant City, Mr. c
| p-W.II Thrift Cooktr I Ii .n and Mrs. D. M. McRae and Mr. I I land
Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of Waldo!!
beautiful new Hotpoint Electric Range Is fully 1 with for '
us the weekend.
uc..wHh features you ordinarily find on only the Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae,d Tide 27' N Beef

priced models, yet it's priced remarkably low. spent Friday night with their son- I 39'c.J
10 use thar.nyon.csn cook and bake with it, this in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.

uly-ji/e. Hotpoint will give you years of clean, T. N. Norman at Hellbronn I

"'II electric cooking. Check its top-value features Springs.
i come in soon and see jtl! Among the visitors at Berea :
Baptist Church Jacksonville, to CCI
meet Dr. Engle when he returned I I-e <
from a trip around the world lust CQ
Saturday afternoon were Mr. and |I !
Mrs. Virgil Owens, Mrs. Sue My APPPESAUCE122c SAUSAGE Country LB. 49cSOUPCampbeUsTomato
rick and Mrs. Mabel Sullivan alii I| ,
of Pine Level'church. They also
attended church services at Berea'I IQcBHUHMiM
Baptist Church Sunday night. M MEAL, Good, 5 Ik 35eTomatoes

"s 1t. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gordon, Jr.
_.a announce the arrival of a daughter I i n iii HHiHHHiHMMBHiEMfl H EMBBHHB HHHHn HHBHHHBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBlB
Janice Marie. September 21 In

It:: the Alachua General Honpltal,

N Gainesville.Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Phelps of Tlf- I ;

ton, Ga. are visiting their son-ln- j MayonaiseRegular
I law and daughter Mr. and Mr. '
Thomas Gordon of this section. I

.e. Mr. and Mrs. T, E. Gordon Sr.
were called to Vienna. Ga. Saturday j,
w night because of the serious Size Blue
Illness of Mrs. Gordon's father 1 Plate C
.
.
Mr. Cheek They Per Can 1i 39
were accom- :
panled by Mr. and Mrs. Robert :::s PINT

Myrick. The MyriCks returned ', .
home Sunday morning.Mr. i C>

e 1 and Mrs. A. 0. Loudon of BHH

Keystone Heights attended the RAPE= FRUITJUICE,2No.2Cans
homecoming service at Pine Lt'vel'' BANANAS Ige. ripe LB. lOc
Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. n
H. M. McRae In th* late afternoon. 19c I
.. They were accompanied back to YELLOW nOSEFLOUR,25LBS.
Keystone Heights by Mrs. Sue
World's fastest Ht-Speed broiltr for chortoal-like' broiling Titanium Myrick of Lake Geneva.
pare.lain.nom.lrep' and body-scratch and acid retiilanl Automatic ONIONS, Yellow 2 Lbs 15c

2 6 95 oven temperature control' 60-mlnute Time-measure with b.ll Two> 72 Food HandlersTo ,
9 1.89161
electric outlets-one timed.Turns on coffee pot oufomotleollyl' Cook Get t

Ing surface /light Oven timing clock and Indicator /light Oven and ( Certificates

surface-unit cooking charts From Course Here
Sail ySouthern ICE Palmolive BATH SIZE

1TANT-SPfD CALROD SURFACE UNIT-Super-speeJ for "*/rv-fa cookln,. Brews 6 Approximately 72 Bradford I
County
l I coffee in 6 minute! Intense beat for fast starting and rapid toiling. workers cafeteria will receive and certificates restaurant !

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n -- --i_ 'In the near future signifying the
successful completion of the food'

PUR STOVE AS PART OR ALL DOWN ducted handling here school:last week.which JaclrTra-was con

wick county .sanitarian who was

IENT[ -15 % DOWN -18 MO. TO PAY SO'In charge people attended of the school the course said,that but'

It was necessary to attend all three|
meetlng.n| order to receive the I


[INKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE and certificateTrawlclc Tuck'. said Drive the In Culdon will also Grill receive -\ CATSUP, 14 oz.bottle -, ,- 21c LARD, / gal Jar, Pure 79c


Temple Ave. On U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. Phone 166 mora: than certificate 80 percent asserting of their that employees ,

wer. on hand for the APPLES Jonathan Lbs.- 25c COCA COLs\ Carton 19C
K I F / school and attended all three { -
TO HOTPOINT FOR THE FINES I RJJLL wssloos.! Every school In Bradford DEPOSIT

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BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK Supply Sqdn., APO 882, care PM, In flrruU NOTICDi(,...>.TO. Rradford APPEAR('...t,.. n, -
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Junior DepartmentOf San Francisco, Calif. Florlilai. l. rk.. .rr,.. theP'"7on ", a 1dMDonal '"

Baptist Church PROCLAIMED BY MAYORThe Mrs J. W. Prather :1020 Orange Bhcphard Ella Nhephard., Defendant Plaintiff, v. Lonnie Mn II"? "" 9,a

Grove, South Pasadena, Calif. Case No. get. \ ""
1 Inal'nth.' it
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Honored At BanquetA Starke Business & 'Profes- clubs wish to be judged on the Cpl. Donald Hardenbrook 668 Nolle. lionnl T. Appear.To' ('lr'ult .. o'i'IM'"
: shepherd, whose resi "
sional Woman's Club was honored basis of competence In doing their Ord., H. M. Co., APO 301, care dence leI! Unknown.You : f.llkeeatl
delightful social event was J. R. and seek to eliminate both are hereby> notified that : stud
a
this week by having Mayor jobs .
PM, San Francisco, Calif. suit for Divorce ha. 'If.. Pk I :,
been
> riled ,
; the banquet given Thursday evenIng 23 discrimination and favoritism be. '4
te '
Wainwright proclaim Sept. Mrs. L. M. Francis 307 FirstSt. acalnat you In the above named urt"1 1 p L huOFFO'A
-.. of last week for the boys and 30 as Business Woman's Week. cause of their sex, and Court and cause and you are re- (
Gladys lIooty"bone girls of the Junior Department of Following Is the Mayor' proclamation WHEREAS, there are 87 BPW Pacific Grove Calif. ,, grAt a ., .
Han. T. Walker change from I
School the First
the Sunday of
35 : Clubs in Florida, with about 4.00C
Starke to 771 St.
Baptist Church. Maple Spartan-
\ PROCLAMATION members, all of whom deserve
I I I covered burg, 3. C.
The table
---- - - long were
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WHEREAS, Business and Professional tribute for their energy and leader.

Betty Jo Durden with white cloths, with a central Women Clubs encourage ship In the affairs of our state; I. 11'.11 Co.r Bradford Co..t, Sunday
Betty Joyce Dyal Night
arrangement of trailing plumosusfern all women members. and Fl.rld.l .. ........'7. at 8 /JJ/,
THEREFORE I J. R
Weds M. R. BaggettIn Becomes Bride and long graceful sprays of non-members, tc NOW William Kelley Plaintiff, ".. Mar
coral vine. to measure up Wainwright, by virtue of the ionic Zedler) Kalley, Defendant.

Quiet Ceremony Of Mr. Bdoras The central table, where wereseated their full rights and duties at Of authority vested in me as Mayor i Of Pokllrnilnm And Cut Notlrv No. UP.O.d.r TAppmr >.4 The citizens of United States
the
the teachcra and pupils of the City of Starke, do hereby STATIc OP FLOItlrM. In The Case'
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal an In a lovely wedding ceremonylast who had 100 percent church at- America, and offer a constant and proclaim September 23-30, 1031: ai d..nre Marjorie. In:Zedlrr Iftin Fllhert K.ley! whose Street. rent-San' '
for
nounce the marriage of their Friday evening at 6 o'clock C tendance for the past quarter, wa challenge self-expression" "Business Women's Week", and Frnnet eo, California
daughter, Betty Joyce, to Marcus at St. Paul's by the Sea Church service In state and national affairs call on all citizens, men and wo You are required to appear on
attractive. It was
particularly
i October 8. 1051. In the above
namedCourt
Ralph Uaggttt, son of Mr. and Jacksonville\ Beach, Mlsa Betty Jo centered with a large star on whicn andWHEREAS men to aid and support the Florida and cause, wherein plaintiff' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Httlp
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Durden, of Mr. and Mrs these clubs and nonsectarian of peeks divorce ,
Mrs. W. C. Baggett of Fort Pierce. daughter was written 1951 Junior Depart. Federation' BPW Clubs Ir Bradford County
In the H. A. burden of Jacksonville and non-partisnn organization for Telegraph shall publish this Order BOB
The wedding took place ment and 100 percent Church At Its program: to keep In/ormed In next four weekly JuaueR GRAY, Pastor
Methodist parsonage, September Beach became the bride of William tendance. The place cards were made up entirely of financially full partnership In Florida's Witness mv hand and official peal
readIng Peter Booras of Mr. and Mr... Independent women whose at mark., Florida, this September
,
:13 with Rev. T. O. Mitchell ion metal crimps. The central stare government. e, 1 1.OFFICIAL. Bible School 10 A.M: U.T.l
the nuptials.Mrs. Peter Booras of Pensacola. and place cards were! made and alms are to raise the standards IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I ( FOE"'.) A. J. Thomas, 7 |I'JI,
Reverend Edward H. Harrison of women In business and the professions AI' Clerk of Raid Court
George Simpson, matron designed by Jim Rltch. and to promote wider have hereby set my hand and seat Rv Myrtle T Peaver. Deputy Clerk "The Church Where Everybody
of honor, gowned In an aqua after performed Mrs.! Earl the Dahlstron ceremony church The affair was planned by Mrs I understanding of social, economic this 20th day of September, A. D. 'has.'nullitlnir.R. H.Jnclotonvllle.... 204 riuarantv, Florida. Life SOnt/xA! / ,

noon frock with black accessories, Jim Ritch, Department Superintendent :1911.: Ally, for Pt'. '
\ ind political conditions through. 917.| 9:28'! .
organist, played the traditional -
I J wore a shoulder corsage of pink wedding marches,. who was assisted In carrying nit the world, and J. R. Wainwright < : .. '. ': '-.: ".. ,--

w I carnations Serving the groom all beat man :! Miss Ann Johns of Starke, I .. teachers out the of arrangements the dermrtment.by all I I ILh WHEREAS, members of these Mayor of Starke TTY .YTT"TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.Y.Y....m.r..n.n..nrrA&P's "

1 wan Warren Wallace of Keystone' cousin of the bride served as maid I After a dell I JIIpllall dinner

'j y Heights. of honor, wearing a lovely gown of I there was an hour of entertainment Countywide First Aid Instruction ProgramWill Marvelous1010ney ,
white taffeta.
organdy over aqua
': The bride chose for her weddinga She carried yellow roses Frances I tonga,where readings! talented. and 1 Juniors piano solos.gave Be Carried On In Bradford Schools

lovely white suit complimented Durden, sister of the bride, I affair
with navy accessories and an orchid a junior bridesmaid and wa.j I I Enjoying this were close I Plans for a countrywide school beginning In November, along with :
to 100 percent of pupils and teachers savers
i corsage. frock of green organdy aver green j|I also the husbands and wivesof | sponsored first aid instructionprogram their regular physical education ,
j
') After spending a week In South were announced this week The will betaught
taffeta. Her bouquet was a heart- teachers; the pouter, Rev. U D. program/ course ,,
'. Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Baggett are shaped arrangement of yellowroses. Haines and Mrs. Haines, Dr. and by H. P. Morgan, Superintendent by James C. Hobbs ndr( t.
'i making their home In the E. J. ,I Mrs. \V. J. Woodhnin, and Mr. and of Public Instruction. Morgan Nina Bishop BHS athletic coaches I I
; Dowling Sr apartment on W. Call Bent man for the brklegrooml J Mrs. Orle A. WJ glnl. said that part of the project la already Then' sometime after the begin ,
:; street was Michael Pickering of Starke 1 The underway and that the remainder ning of the second semester, Morgan ,,-,'- ""',"
banquet was voted a
joyous
and ushers/ were Bruce: burden, should .Inaugurated Bfliil they hope to ,
Mr. Baggett Is a graduate of the I success and may become an annual fit .5'
University'of Florida, and Is employed brother of the bride, and the bride's event. sometime In November. home nursing course for all high I '
"
: by Humphreys Gold Corporation uncle, Hamilton Rltch of Gaines' I I Lucy Ann Hume, supervisor of school girls 14 years of age or 'illll1. '
j ville. I' the county's negro schools, is at older. Both of these programs i r
Mrs. Lawson HostessAt *
The bride chose for her weddinga present holding night classes for will user some civil defense material I

\ Flora Slade Honored beautiful nylon net gown over Tea Honoring all negro teachers and P. T. A he said and the first aid
white satin, with a fitted waist of members In ,order that they might students will study from the Civil
At Weiner RoastFlora white lace and a nylon net yoke Sunday School Pupil obtain their Instructor's certificates Defense. Supplement book which

with long lace sleeves which terminated and be better qualified to the Red Cross has published tc : .
Slade was hostess to twen- at points at the wrists. Mrs. H. A. Lawson entertainedat teach the school children. The supplement the regular first aid -
j ty-four of her little friends Monday The full net skirt, with a lace a delightful tea Tuesday afternoon entire project he explained, Is tied text, Customers'
from five to six o'clock honor. In with the civil Jonathan Large Red
afternoon at a wiener roast at the defense program &fj
In bustle
peplum designed effect,
Later. If possible, they hope to
.J 1 T. H. Slade home on Kingnley LakeIn ..ndeliin Mart train. Her .InK her new In-coming Sunday but Is arranged so that the first Corner '
a fingertip
celebration of her ninth birth veil was held In place by tiara r School' pupils of the Baptist old course will\ be of value to every- I persuade all P. T. A, members tc

day anniversary. of sped pearls. The bride carried I Church. 'I ns whether It's ever used lot take the course "The best way APPLES Slbs.California e 4 4is
The party was held In the yard an old-fashioned bouquet of white I The attractively appointed ten civil defense purposes or not. to prevent panic!' Is by the use of The proof Olth'dnc; .

f, where games. were played and re* rosebuds with cascades of white table was covered with a fillet\ Tim superintendent' said that all knowledge and the more people in the eating.

J j fre hments served. l satin streamers. crocheted cloth centered with an students! In the seventh throughthe that are trained In first aid, the You may have friends
..) Assisting Flora's mother, Mrs arrangement of alters. and pompoms twelfth graces. at BHS will be better off the county will be,"
'f A reception was held at the t 1vhotat'e never: shopped at Seedless or Tokay
t! T. II. Slade, In caring for tierguests massed behind bronze figurines required to take a first aid course Morgan said :: .
/it home of the bride's parents following .. A&P. May we extend to
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" and Mr*. Carl Hunter. l the ceremony. Piano selections were rendered them through you, a cordial GRAPES 21b S 2&
r't After a short wedding trip toj during the tea hour by'Miss Julia Drive-In Theatre Johnny Kopelousos invitation to try us out? .

SI. Mark's Auxiliary South Florida the young couple Aline Lawson. Should Be Finished Named Editor I We would like to know if
/ will be at home In Jacksonville
Enjoying the affair with the they don't agree with you Red Ripe
'/ where Mr. Booras Is stationed at Sunday school pupils were Mrs Early In November Of BHS Annual that the food, service and
't 1 Members of St. Mark's Auxiliary the Jacksonville Naval
Air Station.
J. P. Tomlinson
superintendent
,1 will hold their monthly meeting The bride Is of With no" bad luck the new Johnny values we offer make your TOMATOES 2 As. 2ft
. a graduate of Flet- the Sunday School departmentand I Kopclousoa haa been appointed A&P better place to shop. -
3:30: .
Monday afternoon at : her High School, class of 50 and "Nina J. T. Lawson Sunday Starke Drive-In theatre should be EdItor-ln-Chlef of the 1951:
r o'clock In the Pariah House Mrs was a student at Emory University -l I School teacher, as special guests finished and open for business Bradford High School annual, Please write:

I f: W. H. Nocgel Is hostess for the Her paternal grandmother Assisting the hostess was Mrs during the early part of November according to an announcementthis CUSTOMER RELATIONSDEPT.

afternoon. i Is Mrs A. A, burden of Starke and W. J. Epperson Jr.? who poured according to statement thin week by W T. Coram sponsor. Fancy RipeBANANAS

': her maternal grandparents are, tea from a Havllland service. week by I. G. Harris, manager of The only other officer appointed A&P Food Stores

]Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Rltch of Kings-: the Florida Theatre. The Florida thus far la Lemuel Williams, 420 Lexington Ave.,

1 # 14" I ley Lake. Jr. Woman's Club Theatre Is a member of the Martin business manager New York 17, N. Y. Ib. I\\;

. F! The groom graduated from Pen-I' chain, as will be the new drive-In. Delmer Pendley, photographer I .
'1 STARK& FL'\ micola High School and was a' Will Hear Speaker Harris. will manage: them both. for' National School Pictures was

medical student at Emory University From Everything depends on ,the 011 hand yesterday at the local
"'rl., Sat. Sept. 28, 29 before entering the armed UniversityJ. weather Harris said. It It rains high{ school to make Individual SMALL (FRYING SIZE) 11ROILERTURKEYS
again this week, as It did last portraits of all the
service. high school
.
' It! Crevasse, Jr. superintendent -
'f BIG DOUBLE FEATURE: of the grounds at the University week, the opening will just be doIn students. Coram said they an i

Eastern Star Ends of Florida, will be the guest yd that much longer, he explained. planning to use local talent on the

Kid Dynamiter speaker at the regular monthly group and activity pictures this 69t
i Summer RecessThe meeting of the Junior Woman's Dave Paulk local contractor If ypar, rather than have an ortslde- LB.

I' innry and East "Hide. KIIIII I Club Monday at 8 o'clock at the In the process of building the come in and do It for them.

1 j AND first regular meeting of the club house. The speaker will be ramps now, Harris said, and the So far as the book Itself goes
Order of Eastern Star foundation will be for the hn
following poured said it will be
approximately
Introduced by Mrs. 11 H. Adams,
; SIX GUN MESA the summer recess, will be held American Home Chairman. screen very shortly. He said thaiInl..reAt 120 pages and the only changesover
Monday, Oct. :I. at 8 pm. In the In the project seems to be last year's annual will be in Fla. Grade
: Hostesses for the evening will Dressed &
Johnny Mask Itrnun chapter room. Grand Instructor he: Mrs. W. T. Jackson,, chairman, mounting for an Increasing nnni the style layout used. Taylor FRYERS Ib 451 f
, Mil Cnrtuiin. and Serial Jan la Taylor will be the honor Mrs. Alfred S. Reid, Miss Evelyn her of ran have been driving out Publishing Company, Dallas, will Drawn (Whole) '

attend.euext All members are urged to Slump, Mrs. C. L. Currie, Mrs to are. how the wor>4 In progreasing. again print the book, Coram stated -

, Sun. ;Mon. Carl Roberts and Mrs Tom Casey Boneless
Tuen. Jr. Just what kind, of speakers will Keystone Lions Club Quick Frozen .
'1 Sept. 30 _. Oct. 2 Conner-Kelly he used Is not known yet, but they;\
will be of the "in the car" Has Ladies Night
CRY DANGER Miss Evelyn Kelly: daughter of Miss Reba Akridge and will contain nil the Intent typo Im RED PERCH FILLET LBe 29(

Mrs Sadie Kelly of Starke, and H. Weds W: K. Griffis provements. Century projection Members of the KeystoneHeights 1

Dick Powell Khoiidi' Fleming L. Conner, lam of Mr. and Mrs. G. machinery has already been purchased Lions Club and their -
! C. Conner, also of Starke, were Mist Reba Akridge, daughter of Harris said, and It plat Lionesses held an enjoyable Ladles
Tin Latent News and Color united In marriage on Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. S. 1. Abridge .of embodies all the latest developments Night affair In the Inn last Mon BACON Wilson's Sliced lb. '
Cartoon Sept. 0, by Judge E. K. Ferryman.For Cairo Ga. became the bride of In both sound and optics. day evening. 47'Breakfast

, her marriage the bride Wilbur K. Griff, son of the late Among the distinguished out of

Wed., Thur, Oct. 3, 4 selected a brown dress with which Mr. and Mrs A. F. Grlffls of District Competition I town guests present on this occasion
she wore white accessories.At Starke In a simple ceremony inFolkston were District Governor Ann Page Pure StrauberryJELLY
In .
DIG DOUBLE FEATURE present they have an apartment Ga. September 17th. Junior Tennis Robert C. Hucker of Jacksonville,

DOUBLE DEAL In the S. R. Johns home on After a wedding trip to Granite Set For Oct. 6 7 I Deputy District Governor Harve
, W. Washington St. Mr. Conner 1 Is Falls, N. C. Mr. and Mre. Grlfflf Sutherland of Palatka. and Deputy 12 29''
Richard Denningtarle \\liHNot. are making their home In a District oz.
employed with the B. T. Thomas apart. District. competition, I Governor" George Phelps
ANDSleeping- Lumber Co.Birthday. ment.at 9 Cia ria street, Starke.Mr. the Florida Junior Tennis preceding Chamnlonshlps IJ of Gainesville. The occasion was JAR _

local police Grlffls force.Executive Is a. member of the I N scheduled for o..tob..r also Hucker'a official visit to the Ruso Brand Frozen SlicedSTRAWBERRIES
DinnerMrs. A and 7 on the courts of the \I Keystone club and he made an Inspiring -
City
Unites School In Jacksonville talk on Llonlsm.
according
Richard ('onlf', Cohen Uray G. C. Conner entertainedwith BoardOf to an announcement this I A buffet supper was served at 12 pkg. 27'
a surprise family dinner Woman's Club week by Harvey Wood, chairman 8 o'clock followed by a social\ oz
Also NEWS party In honor of her husband's In order to qualify for the State I period. Forty-three members and

birthday Tuesday night at their The executive board of the tournament a participant must I guests attended this meeting.
home on N. Cherry St. Starke Woman's Club will hold play In and win a position In the Ilarris '

i its regular monthly meeting Thurs district! tournament.' Starke Is In I Four Music Students TUNA Each 25'

FREE day afternoon, Oct. 4, at 3:30: the fourth district which Inrhulruch I Light Meat
INSTALLATION o'clock. s towns as St. Augustine Green' Accepted For Junior

Cove Springs, Lake City and Fern- Symphony Prices In this ad effective thru Satur- 4)n.) .

ON ANY GAS RANGE WSCS Notice andlna.Anyona. Interested In participating Four local music Group students have I E day, Sellt. 29. GlimforDishesBabo f J\I\\

Circles of the Methodist W. S. In the district contest Is'l' been accepted Into the Junior Symphony 10 Lb. BagBallards

Purchased from our Store C. S. will hold their regular monthly tinned. tl> contact Wood at the In Jacksonville, according tc 1 ll(
Ro11ea!
School) ) In Jacksonville ..
Immediately
meetings the early part of next a statement this Week by Carl Flour 1.03 Cleanser
'week. I giving", him your name Roberts, bandmaster -

tti during October Circle 1 will meet with Mrs. J. address. and the event for which I

,.ttut} L. Anderson Tuesday, 10 a.m. I: you plan to enter. There Is nls reGently,;' acceptance I 3 Lb. Can
an
entry fee of
) Qntl dollar. This
Circle 2 will meet are: Florence
Y Fr.w with Mr. also Brown, Patty BEAN-FRESH
entitles to the A&Pcoffee .
Daisy Ferryman Monday, 3:30: I| Tennis you Florllla'lAwn Kucera, Ben North and Earl Crisco Shortening
Association\
Identi
You pay only the p. m. ,,cotton Norman. Robert said the youngsters .
membership cards
Circle 3 will I thati tried out for
P.I the
meet with Mrs. orchestra
price or the i must be shown before
range D. Fancher at the State Farm, I any of the tournaments entering about two weeks ago but were Bath bar II
J and gas. Tuesday 3:30: p.m. I I II i only recently notified of their ac Woodburys
'
w+a' Circle 4 met Thursday evening ,I ceptance. C
Friendship
atI o'clock with Mrs. Del Colle I I I Class

Here is chance To Meet TonightThe : Recent Birth EIGHt t bar2
your
Benefit Card PartyThe I O'CLOCK 77c Woodburys.4 reg
n:. o to monthly meeting; and covered Mr. and Mrs. M.\ L. Lawson E

ladies of St. !:aIward'. dish supper of the Presbyterian announce the birth of a daughter, 1 Lb. Bag

Church are giving a benefit card Friendship Class will be held this Sarah Cordelia, on Sunday, Sept. 2

Cook with Gas o'clock party Saturday at the Recreation evening at Hall.8 evening the Presbyterian Friday, at Sunday 7 o'clock School I in 23. RED CIRCLE 79c Dial Soap, 2 reg bar

There wlU be prize and refresh rooms ADDRESSES OF INTEREST 1 Lb. BagBOKAR
menus.Altar. All members and friends are
cordially Invited Mr. C. M. Schneider! change
to attend and
Slade Gas Co. bring a covered dish. I from Zlmapsn Hdq. Mexico to Sic STORE
Society Notice II I 2320: Albion St... Denver, Colo. A & P FOOD

Th. U. Mr*. K. W. Witt, change from
Ladles Altar D. C. To Meet r..lflc
Society of I
St. and
North Ohio E EU The Great Atlantic
Lima
: to 122 N.
Edward'a Mini t
I'hone 121 Church will hold It.II
the it ht..1,
Starke f
Fla. monthly meeting Tuesday evening Th. W T Week's. Chapter. St.. Apt. 2, Columbian, Ohio. Entire!: Content Cop.rf

at the Recreation Hall All mem n. c will hold Ire first fall mar Mum Kiln Berman, 213 W. 83rd COMUibTb'i-1 Call st.
59c 300 East
ben are urged to attend. lap n-it Wednesday afternnon al 8t. Apt. 38, New York City.
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"__XIDAY.. SEPTEMBER 28. 1951

OOUNTT 1ELEORAPH" BTABJa: FLORIDA. I

this 37th day l of September aicalnat you In the above named
tinted
b* pull to the highest' bidder Court and cause and you are raqulred -
Mrs. Florence Lyons returned to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kinchen of Florida Theatre at th. I'ourl Hou. on the ln.t 11591.. 1961.\\u'rCrAI. SEAL A, J. Thomas. to nerve a, copy of your answer -
I[ th. month of November Court.Myrtlr or pleading to the complainton
Clr.-ult
r guestsof Clerk of the
1(1"11' in Jacksonville Saturday Jacksonville: were Sunday Novemberopted
which of Za.-h H.
Joins 'Movietime'Film In the 5th day T P..ave,. Deoutv <'<''1..10. the Plaintiffs Attorney
after a two months' visit In Minnesota Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards It fly 8128 It le l9 Douglas, 605 Lynch Budding
with relative this 7lh day of September"' Jacksonville. Florida' and file Ih.orl..lnalln .
Mrs. Lyons Sr. JamboreeManager
McGrlff
Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
ml>> the office of the. clerk of
Is a former resident of Starke. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. O. McGriff A. J. THOMAS'! Court Clreiilt%u'0<'..n.: ... ...tPPKAIIIn .....,..... ('....,,.. the Clrrult' Court on or before the
I Flnrahnme Pete humus, any In High Springs Sunday.Mr. I. G. Harris announced Cleric Bradford.County.of I'lroult Klnrl.la' .. Caanrerr.Kliirnnce tilth day" of October, HSI.; otherwise
.
of Morrlaon, by the allegations of said Complaintwill '
amount ISh.tru"k'sMr. Florida TheatreIs f.ealrlce
that the
NEWSV / and Mrs Frederick: Bishop yesterday Florida. H. TionirlaH. her atlorn. ajtn he taken an confessed by you
I IN THE and Mrs. W. G. Godwin and and Ricky and Neal and Mrs joining the "big parade" cur ,|118 4t t011t| Kafh.-..t frli-nd. Plaintiff. v. I Kver.t Thl notice shall bo publlahedonr "u
son. Bob. of Palatka the sons each week for four i onae. alive
spent rently being launched to Impress, Tonntr.t'lorlrf.l 1'iugene Morrlfnn Oefendant.Ca II
- - llrmlford
I weekend with Mrs. Bishop's father F. Froschauer returned In flrrnlt Court. .. No 1881 weeks In the Elradford rounty 1'.1.-l
Bertha Pearce. and childIn .
woman In fcanrerr.Wllllum
to their home in on every man .It*. 'I'll tppear. graph
H. Hart wen Mra. Peggy Shaller and Mrs Mr. and )Mrs. EuallH L. Mc- yesterday the United States that "there U. Clancy. ,Plaintiff,.. n..o.I..nt.vOr.ler %Of"'" ICv'-rd. Eugene. ]Morrlrton. haled this I8lh day of September,

Jprtsed\ at a houae- Bill TUley and son, Steve spent Knight and daughter, Dolores are Roselle Park N. J. after a vacation E. L. Ik no other medium that affords EII..b..lh Marie Clan('..... N... '46"/1/ I ward. r-.Mfdvni. ,- IH ....r** if ('''H..t loFFIClATi SEAL) A.1. Thomas,
I spendiiiKthin week the visit with Mr. and Mrs. 1'i.-''''* Totrpenr Supply IH-i.ot. Jersey City. (
their honor Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs.Shaller' ( at Ship- greater entertainment than motion Of .. Clerk of the Circuit. Court.By .
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in A T lNllixhelh New J'r."y
UIII>
Matthews and Kingsley OK FI.
gIven man cottage on Kingsley Lake. family at TTM nnttfled! that Myrtle T Peaver,
week by1.lr son-in-law and daughter, pictures". Marl Clancy. who..nre.lilvnca You are hereht' n Depuit/CClerk
19, jf close lust f Mr. and Mrs Jim Brown Godwinat Mrs. J. L. Anderson Sr. and Lake. "Movietime U. S. A." Is timedto !I.: Hog. 1*. Cltrunrllo.Alttbamn ,. Mutt for Annulment ban been flied |

moved; State Farm. Mrs. J. U Anderson l, Jr. took little I Mrs. H. H. Ford -of Lakeland commemorate the flfieth anniversary I
on
recently required' to appear
jxe. on new Mrs. E. A. Raney and childrenof Mike Anderson to Hope) Haven i will be the weekend guest of her of the opening of /he October You, are I9lh. 1961. In the above

home I' Freeman Va. are spending Hospital Monday for treatments. : uncle. Join UK 1 low, and cousin I first motion picture theatre In the nee,eA Court and cua., wturcinplaintiff foril
Mike Is eeka divorce JJriifl
Sexton and son several weeks with Mre. Raney'i reported aa getting alongnicely I Mrs. C. F. Wart I U. S., constructed for the specific' : County Telegraph shall publish thin n P a
I from his I
to their i parents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green. recent lllnens. Mrs. M. M. Poythresa has re- 'purpose o( showing films. Order In net four weekly issues I
turned i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Neeld and Witness mv hand and official seal
inta, Ga. after a Mrs. R. L. Richard of Jacksonville sons. Gary and Ronnie., and Mre. turned to her home In Macclenny Since then the motion picture lit ptark. Florida' thin SeptemberOFPIOIAT. .

uncle and spent Wednesday with her after a week's visit with her son Industry hRS grown to be one of U. 1961 I Dedicated To Community Service -
'Ih, their E. T. Vestal of Jacksonville visitedMr. 1 SEAL) A .T. Thomim -
iMrs.! Calvin Johns daughter Mra W. J. Epperson Jr. i and Mrs. T. L. Casey over In-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs the largest in the land bringing 1 ( An. Clerk of Bald Courtrv "Movtaa Are Better Than Ever"

L Ovid Lewis andy J. C. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. J. the weekend John Torode. at Kingsley Lake. bu.ilness benefits ,to every town Myrtle. T. eave.r, Deputy Clerk.

| Ann and Gwynn B. White are in Kansaa City Moo Miss Mary Demaree of Gainesville Mr. and Mra. Anthony Cermenaro and city In the nation. 19. K perryman for rif. Ptnrki", tilts1 Fforlda.Atlys 10119ITle'H'Iii | Sat.. Sept 29 ONLY Tuea., Wed. Oct. 2, 3

y tight In Orlando this week on business and' pleas- \ spent the weekend with her have returned to their home During/: the current celebrationevery DOUBLE FEATURE
I II I
II here after month's visit at theliformer \ tPPFI III
I ure.Imported brother-in-law and sister Mr and theatre In the nation will In Circuit Court. llr.Uoril. fnuntnllorllnt .
Phil Vltsky will Holland Bulbs Croon, I I Mrs. H. C. Ritch. home in North Adams be working with the Hollywood In t.hnncrrr.lo 1 ,

(hat she 'I. confined Daffodil. Tullpa ifywinths ut Mrs. Shirley Pollet was vacationing Mass. studios which are supplying, their .* William,. 1'lalnllff V*. AlllneWilliam. '
No KOI'lNotice
IiefendH.nl Can.
Sict Funk's H.V.. Clement has returned "
Y
T Augusta. Ga. I Just week In Orlando as all-time top lineup of prize productions : Tt Appenr.To' .
Among those attending the the guest of Mrs. Nell Crews from a trip to New England and during the film jamboree. Alllne Williams, whose' r>,ilfl k
Florida-Citadel football Miss expects to be connected with anew .."''" In: Untile. I. Ambrose. < game Kmmalyne Mathew of
Outlining' the plans for this You are hereby notified that a t
Saturday evening In Gainesvillewere OcalH spent the weekend with her radio program In the near Harris suit for Plvore. has been filed.

: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long, parents Mr. and Mrs. L. U Mor future. gigantic campaign manager against", you In the above namedCourt 1
said/ : "This la the it works: and and, vou A'.- riquired
way cnunc filaaa'
Dr. and \Mrs. H. H. Adams Mr, and gan. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell of I
of
vout nnwer
a
ti" aerve cnpv
All the studios In Hollywood got AND
-
Mra. L. F.: Dlnklns and Miss Joan I Mr. and Mrs. L. Hall and daughters Jacksonville were guests last Sun- .. or pleaillna- the e omplnlnton
together to sign their best stars Vii-n HriouitlnK. wQ
and of her father the rialntlff'M Att'-rncv
Monday
day
Dlnkins Mr. and Mrs. Vernon spent' Sunday In Valdosta
nullillnir,
DOS Lynch '
.
Sllcox Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritrh I Gn. with friends. ,, John Uglow, and sister, Mrs. C. their outstanding/ writers top directors .lackHonvllle. Florida and fill': th

of Jacksonville Merrill Edwards Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish F. Ward. and best technicians In a original In the office of the clerk. 'of 5 ea
the th Circuit. Court nn or bnfor. th' e
J. M. Edwards W. M. Edwards, ont, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp attended Mr. and Mrs. A. E. MfKlnney determined effort to produce !nth* ilnv of October. 11(11. ( : othmwl"the 7t3

Carolyn Edwards Shirley Shaw. the Primitive baptist Association have had as I heir guests; Miss Con. very best films they could. These allevatlon... nf ....Id Complnlntwill ;.. IMim "Song; of .:rl,," Cartoon: and
films will all be released In one I be Inken .." confeaaed hv l vnit .. e
Pat Sieg, Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stub. meeting near Macclonny ale Knight of Keystone Heights This notice shall, b* iiubll.hedone" t Latest New
bins Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kite Mr. Friday' and Saturday. Rev Dan Thursday of last week and Mr. topnotch, Jubilee season and of oneh week. for four eons'".th.'. "", ., j

and Mrs. G. J. McOrlff, Jr., Sen. Tucker of Adcl. Ga. of the Prlm- and Mrs) I. H. Hazen and son, course, we're going to show themrl"t woeb. In the Urndforil County Tnle I -=.--
....,,10. A amiss noMctioN 1 103 "JAH
here in Starke in our
and Mrs Charley Johns Jerome hive Baptist, Association Is the Hugh of Jacksonville and Mrs. Dated this 7th day" of SepteiMber' Thur., Fri. Oct. .1. 5
Mr. and Mrs. guest of Sheriff and Mrs. Reddish Doyle Hazen and aon, Ralph oaf theatre. 1491 1 | ., "Kiuliir I'utml va. (Spy King"Serii
Johns Steve Simmons .
.) A T '1'''' this week. Brnoker Sunday lie urged the public to watch (01'1"1101"1. ; } and "!8 James Lewis Guy Sale "f the Circuit Cnurt.By JF5ANGER1RECKLESSitXlN?
Hugh Ingram Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. D.V., Moore spent the Charles Knight who han spent the Florida ads in this paper for :Myrll '1'. Tnmver p.i>utv Cl<-..! Cartoon RUTHLESS I !

weekend with her slater, Mrs. T. the summer vacation with hiss announcement of outstanding DI2R 4t I0lff|
Colaon of Orange Park Mrs -
Joe Wilson Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. F. Brown In Hampton. father H. V. Knight, and his features to come. "(l'i'lt II TO .4l'I'Fl "t Sun., Mon. Sept. 30, Oct. 1 .. I LOVE!
Mrs. C. F. Sayles will return to grandparents Col. and Mrs D. E In ,'!r..lt C'....... llraiirnril. ( ,.n.. of Gainesville Comer "" !
Ferryman In < hanirrr.c'lauil "MARIO LANZA
her home In Miami Sunday after
liteather's Miss Nina Bishop Judge and Mrs.E. Knight, returned to the Universityof Student Council M. CroHlor "I'liilntlff. va Kl- I ,
several weeks' visit with Judge Florida Monday.A".rt..1 ale' Mi-Cann Croalcr, l.r.n..n'. NEW IDOL! :
K. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ferryman and Mrs. K. K. Ferryman. Comer Formed.At RJEA Cna. No 8693 SINGER'IN fi
:J, Epperson Jr.. Mr. and )Mrs. Ed: will drive Mrs. Florida Cavil, SnnHPVliTlo Vftlr.'in Irpear.7'n 't' .t HOTTEST dII
I Perryman Sayles .'",.romla. Chinese Evergreen ; Rli"l Mri'nnn. Crosier, whoseresidence A DECADE!' I
& Simpson Mr. an.1fra.) Paul Raymond to her home returning that night Nclf Branching Ivy. AtSMrunk'N student council wan recently la: I'nknownYou .

Steve Weldon\ Foster Shl Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and formed ut RJE Hlgi| school pat are hereby nollflml that n.nit )v e -sanw t5ad TECHHlCOlOIl

Smith Jimmy Weldon, Billy Weldon sons. Robert and Edward terned In .the same manner as the for Mlvorre has liven flloilaaalnat t.tt
spent
Mr. and )Mrs. Joe McDonald you 'In the ahovn nanifdCourt M msweleLL. heMM
Byron Newcomb Mr. and Sunday at St. Augustine Beech council at BUS. The group la a and rauaa and you lure I"- -... I e
spent, last weekend' In Statcsboro, ; It
Mrs Nelson Moore and the BH3 Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis and representative body of the studentsand siwerloropleserve. a "ifYntonalnt\ AIBARA RICHARD :
Ga. with relatives. They wereaccomanled s 1 ng l\l.G./Ol
football team en masse children Brenda and Jim and meets with tho principal and nn the Plalntlffa. Attorney 7m cb HDonvlna. Frwmrr HALE GREENEONMIO :jo"J; :
home Mrs. Mc A taurnprim' :;
Imported Giant FloweringItar, Mrs. D. L. Silcox visited Mr. and by other school officials In matters SOB l.vnrh Hulldlna.larknnnvlll -- .... .. ..
Donald's mother Mrs. Eula Whig. *. Plorliln and fila, the I 'foT/Je6reai: CLa...( .yVnuMIMMVMMMIMUi.
uln Tullpn at Sistnmk'sRay Mrs. Ralph Cox in Live Oak Sunday directly concerning student affairs nrllfln..ll" the office of his Clerk or ) ia rut :"in. 't :r..,i. tf :* Rodda of Pnlatka Is now ham.Mr. Ibo Circuit Court on nr before the f how 5, 0MD. wet'saM 1.N Yaw
Those elected to office In the
JNG associated with the Wall Insurance L.T). Hazen spent the early partof .daughter and )Mrs Pam W. A.of Edwardsand Palatka organization Include Albert Clark Zdth allxvntlona duly of'October of, IHR1 sold. ;
the week In Tallahassee bust
Agency. on spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. prep; Marvin Griffin, vice pres; will h* taken .as ronfeaapd hy you. / and "My 'Otlll''y' TI.c.f ThrShort ./'
Mrs. Joe Wilson was the !gueslf' This notice ...,,11 h. nmhllehatone. 1'1"" "TciCilrln" Short Fe>atureJjiteMt. > ill I
Clara Annie Ruth
ness.Mrs. W. M. Edwards. Moore sec; each week for four 'onaeciitlvaneek .
Helen of Tallahassee SubjectThe
aye Has) .... of Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. In Gaines Kennedy Mr and Mrs J. A Christmas Hamilton, asst. sec; Edwin Robinson I >.ln the liras' rorl County TiloBraph. ,. ';New I
was the guest of Senator Cud .
ville over the weekend and both business Jonathon .
and family spent, the weekend In mgr.;
attended the football Saturday Mrs. Charley Johns the latter part
game
Mosley courier; Dewey Taylor.
SMART of last week. Brunswick Ga. visiting Mrs
evening. hrlfltma8's Mr. and Mrs. treas; and Mabel Whltley, re I
Alph )Hazen of Orlando visited parents
'IIXG Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Pass of
weekend his brother M. F. Hazen and E. F.. Gunter and daughter; Betty. porter. PENNY Is
Tallahassee spent the .
Mr and Mrs. W E. and ,
with Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Green. family on Sunday. Dowling '\11'1'1(53'1't1'1'i' ., llIn
Mrs. Sid Shuford and Miss family moved into town Monday .lr.-i.lt c..c. llrailford. I'uantr, KING
Fuel Oil Storl Mrs. A. F. Sauls Is spending a YI.rldnt. I. .''haarery.Ed .
Esther Shuford of from their summer home on Klngs-
Lawtey were
month In Los Angeles Calif. visitIng : a'xrd. JI..on., t'Inlntlff VI. Ansrlla e
l t'fore the
In Jack onvllle Tuesday. ley Lake. Mlron, l>cf..iidant. / ti Again At
and ,
her ann-ln-law daughter
rush begins. Inu Mr. and Mrs. L. F.. Jordon and Mrs. Mae Edwards has returned Caaa No. "1)05
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Prath..r.Mkhael 1'......" 're. ........e.
( will help rejtorage on. Harold of Ovleda are sprndng home after three month's visit To: Ansllii Illrnn who. reitldenvMla

problem J. Pickering H.A.* who the latter part of the week with the Elbert Edwardxes at : IiHnvrrn "Stale' hospital Lien

Is with the medical corps In the with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Daytona Beach Mrs. Elbert: vera, Maaa, KOCH'SHurry
[ plan ahead so You are hereby mil If lad that a
Navy recently graduated from Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hardy Edwards and children returned salt for Divorce, enntody. of minor
*a\s! be an ade- at the Bainbridge ,children etc has been filed
five month's training and family IIpent'H..vpral days last with her for a stay of several
of Fuel Oil on Hospital School Mr. Pickering week with the J. E. Hardys at Big week egnlnat. you |In jnainv and namedCourt .
: .ntl, cause you are r.
i you need It. Is spending, a ten-day leave Santa Fe Lakes J )Mr. and' Mrs. John Mixon and 'sutra,) to Nerve a ropy of your .n- cS
and Mrs. Mrs. Bertha ewer 0" .pleading 10 Iha "om.I..lni, In This
with his parents Mr. Pearce was hostess
laughter Dorothy Jean the
,
spent Oil the Plaintiffs Altnrnry \'I1I1"mO. ,
L. N. Pickering before going to to the Canasta Club'Tuesday eve- weekend In Archer with relatives. Morgan", 601 "IR.k Rullding' NATION-WIDE F )Week-End For
Juu kaonvlll.. Florida end file
the Jacksonville Naval Hospital thenrlglnal
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis Jr.
.
Ing.Mr.
''n the orlh' of 'the Clerk of
ELI where he will be stationed. and Mrs. George Comptonand and son Gregory, of Tallahassee the C'I..ult C'onrl .n nO' befnre Iha511th ( and / These Glorious Fall

Miss Norma Ketsling of St. baby of Pensacola worn guests spent the weekend with their day of nrtnber, 1591 ; otherwise
of Mrs. W F. Godwin Ih. .11.u'.n.", 01 sold. "mph.lnt
Petersburg Is the guest of Miss Thursday ,parents Mr: and Mrs. R. J, Davis will h. taken MM "nln..1 "v volt. Thrift PackedSPECIALS

Ona Demorest this week. evening of last week. and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North of Thin notice nhflll ,his puhihhrd
Mrs W. T. Saxon of Fort Lntidrdal one ftncH week l for four conuwcfitlv :
the State Farm and also visited weeks In the Flrmlfonl. Cotnly'Fete.' .
*
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMATTRESSES visited her sl"ter. Mrs. ""
.
)fr. and Mrs. John Walter In frrnph.I
Bertha Pearce, last Saturday 'acksonVllln. rutted this 17ih Any" of R.pt.mh.r' ,,,,.rslialE! Stock Up NOW{ III ,

: L OIL Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Fowler and 1 .
KIND
OF ALL Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe of Palatkawas ((,P'FrCTI'll'' :A I.) A J. Thomas, .

UENOVATEDF eon, were Richard In Foley and Mrs. Ruby the week Collins visiting friends here last Fri- Sy Myrtle(10..10 T. heaver of the C'lrciilt C'.rl.. TWO TWO
over PoputvJH .I..rk Penslar Mineral Oil
SENE }. end. day. She was accompanied home !! 4t hills/ \ 75c- ITS. 76c 1.30 (_TS. 1 1.31 !

Hulk !Sweet Pea Sen. ) at by her brother W. P. Smith who 'Ii"'rU'81 fmPI'KH

[)NE81i.Torode SlNlriink' plans a short visit. It. (.....-.tt ....or<. llmrir..r and Mrs. Plnrldnr In'haal'.pr.. 11'enslar IVn 'l.yptua
Mr. J. M. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay and Fred ltl. .. '
m "l-lnlntlff. .
I r. v (
U K N ft U K E daughter, Geraldine, visited Mr. and daughters Gayle and Dianne clon rU.m..r, rwcmlnnrCHKU "n..p. TWO 60c

ReuphOlstered and I and Mrs. Fred- Odom in Live Oak spent Sunday at Daytona Beach ISnllr. Tit A...*.... No $9911!> Golden COUGH SYRUP 6 OZ. I lot ties 61c

ReflnUhed Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Rawson Davis Toi Concept-ion R'.me"' who..
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crawford were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dalton r....lo>nc. .I.: lUll Amsterdam. Avnil .-

Iribu tar HASTINGS MATTRESS CO.FlyTTTTtfTTTTf I attended church In Macclenny\ Sun. Calhoun In Fernandina Sunday. Yon*, Nw*r,* York hereby N. Y.nntiri.d that a Dia isma Antacid Powder Pen-Gesic Analgesic

ltor 230 Palatka. ,' Dr. and Mrs. R. p. Stubblns null for nivnrro end other relief has

f day.Mr.. and Mrs. W M. McGehee had as their Sunday guests Mr. .named..." riled .....In.1 you In the ahov TWO 60c bottles 61c TWO 70c bottles
Court and ran** and you arc a 71c
AAAAAA and daughter Kleine. of Ocala and Mrs. J, Lewis Hall and son, required fo serve a ropy of ymiranNw.r

aAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAIAIUsed were Saturday guests of Mrs and Mrs. Gracen Smith of Tal- or plaillnir to th.. romMain -
nn the Plalntirfa Attorney, TWO $1.00 bottles 1.01 TWO $1.10 bottles 1.11
Carle McGehec 8.1 J :\Ir. Pearl lahassee.Lt. William n. Morvan. HOT Clark nnlM.In a

"tehropshier. Joe Andrews (reserve) left ir. JncMMinvllle./ Florida, and file
8:25 20 Mr. and Mrs. William Cnlson the nrlrln/ *! 'In the office of the
: x of Sunday for Fort Sill, Okla. for ci.rk of the Cnnrt on or before the ,
Orange Park spent the weekend active duty.Wilson's. J'llh its y of October, 1111 ; nthrwl 'ENSIAJt AI.CO-UN "EN31.AR
with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg. the allocation.. of aald, Complalnlwilt

TRUCK TIRES Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown God New Store This. h* taken notice .ahull. confined t,.. puhlliihodni hy you Rubbing Alcohol Compound Children's ASPIRIN -

win and son Jimmy, of BelleGlade each ...**.lc for four cnnseentiv.v.ah. .*

formerly of Starke and the Ready For OpeningIn If..nh." 'In 'the Hra.irorrt County 1.-' TWO 7Sc pinta 76c TWO 3Sc bottle 36c

FOR SALE State Farm last Farm' week.moved back to State [ Gainesville 141tnFFteisrr"*" this I7th day of "'..I..mhp.! ,

,sPAI.I! A. J. Thorn. i
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marquetteare Clorle of the Circuit, ("' .rt, CASTORIA Two 35e bottles '
vacationing for a week. In Beautiful girls a fivepieceorchestra fly Myrtle T. Leaser,, n-oufy Clerk -- 3, 36ci

South Carolina. and outstanding floral .,,u't 'I0lt| e e e
_
Mrs. L. B. Chambers of Winter window backgrounds and Interiors I lei' .'.. .
V.""" H."<,*r. nmm.lr..
[URE SERVICE STOREPHONE Haven 1 Is spending this week. Visiting will be featured In the formal e'Iarh1a1. .. 1 ............

her son-in-law and daughter opening of the New Wilson' In Mary II. Thomas'. Thomas, lxf.."Plaintiff....nt. v.*. Henry" Castile BABY BATH SOAP, Two 25c bars 26c

Mr. and Mrs. Steve. Simmons. Gainesville Monday night C.e. No 18.< e e

189 Dr. and Mrs. T. G. RHch and son The store, which has remained Order or r-nfcllmltoit. ,.... < .ilr. T.

OPEN 5 A.M.\ 'TILL 11 P.M. Tom of Jacksonville spent the open during alterations will be W"JT 'F"F'H. Thoma" mr. whose PLONIIII r''l I
weekend. with Mrs. Rltrh's parents cloned at 4pm. Monday to prepare address la: Unknown: Hydrogen size 27

1100 and 200 Starke Fla.fyyyyy.y..y..yy..y..yyy.yy. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Brown. for festivities which begin at October you are I*. 1961 required|In the to shove appear named on e e e e e

... Mr. 'and Mrs. Morris Jacksonand 7:30: p.m. Eight attractive model' Court and cause. whoreln plaintiff.
family of Jacksonville visited will present an Informal fashion orka divorce, alimony .tc Itr.....
ford PENSLAK
County TaloirTanh
Vfrs.' Carl Jackson over the week how at minute Intervals.One I Ihl. Order In nest four hall weekly.p"hll.h.latie PENSLAK

ROUND AND SQUARE end.Mrs. and Mrs.' F F. of the biggest sales eventsIn Wltnean*M. my hand. and flfftcla.1/ seal
R. A. Colson North Central Florida' history al HtarNo, Florida, this S.ptamh.r22nd. Hot Water Bottle ? Fountain
Flume spent Tuesday In Gaines. will begin at 9 a.m. Tuesday In the .. 19et, r; Syringe
(orrlCIA PEAL) A. J. Thomas. 0
ville.Mr. greatly enlarged Wilson's which A. Clerk of .iTld Full 2 ..
Court Qt. '
Capacity
and Mrs. R. O. Dansbr and i now jctenda all the way through Hr Myrtle T. i lleavor, poputy Clerk. 1 9 J Rapid Flow 2 Qt.
AtfCING family visited. Mr.' and Mrs Bernard the block from !'?"*. """". 11I4-111 Ouaranty 'HiKhmt QualityLono.LIfe) # .29
University Ave. to .' BM.. I
Lake Jaekaonvlll. riorirta. ;y. Syringe
William In City Sun- First St.The : Attya. for f'lf. t''tl. 4t lOin ) Ked r..., With }

day. Rubber .
k -
Mfnrn for fiardrnn. '.ann" andFlowers. opening night proceedings 1OTI K' or \ffl. .IC4TIOM KOHNOTICPJ Patented Cut Off -
1'I1..lnmk'. will be broadcast by WRUF, and I Tat' It.:..:,

To The Music Of Robert. At Caines. Naval Air Cadet there will be a circulating micro R. o. naldr' IH .nFn6PUlVgN.the holder of. That th* | Penslar Combination Complete with Tubing and Shut-Off Fully Warranted

Field phone to pick up the public's reaction f.."llowln certificate. h.. filed .aid
stationed at Whiting near

OUTHERN PLAY BOYS Pensacola spent the weekend with' and to redecorated the completely remodeled i cvrtlflcate thereon. *The fop prtlflcat a tax in b Number* leaned Hot Water Bottle & Fountain
and
Mr. Calnes brother and family, the store. Yeara of the of property I.anance.and the the de.crlplion namean Syringe 1.59!

W. W. Calnes. Jr. which It was, .......01 are aa fol.
CARTOF .. .. .. ....
TILANKSWe low : II ,
Forehand of 6 .
Dr. and Mrs. D. C. ". ..
'
(<< .rtlfleat H... I. Year of Issuance
Albany Ga. were weekend guests wish to express our appre- June 11141 F'roperly. ....m.... y..T
of Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long, ewe 14 nf -:04IPl'oli'N % atNVVI4
ciation and
gratitude to our many fl of Rd. Section 16, Township.
Attending the wedding of Mlsa friend who were so kind duringour 1 Houth, Ran*;. JO ..;a.. to Acres Two25c TwoSc

W KINGSLEY BEACH Betty Jo Durden and William Peter recent bereavement In the Name.. In which A...a.ed: R. R. ('..1..1.ro. [FOUNTAINSPECIAL I

Booras last Friday evening/ at loss of our father and grandfather Certificate Nn t. Tsar of b.- Peach Sundaes Cones
Jacksonville\ Beach were Mrs. H Frank Fowler. The **rr June I, A. I>. 1(4 .crlptlon Ice CreamBJU.DFOBD
Mrs. S. R. Johns and family. of Pro .rI,.. Uol. 13, 14. of Slit t..
Friday C. Brown Town .f New River. Hetlon I* A. (
Night, Sept. 28 daughter, Linda Mr. Harry CARD OF THANKSWe 24. Tnwnhlp s South Range 14,

Houston Mr*. A. A. Burden, Mr .Fret...0...Name. In wblcb A>..... : Un 26c. 6cAA"AAAAA

9:00 TIL ? ? 7 and Mrs H. M. Richard and chilfren. wish to express our thank All nf the said property .....".. (r.

Jane and Henry of the Stat and appreciation to everyone for the Chanty of Bradford 8'a' ol t AA "AAAAAAL
I r'.loIa.'
PERSON I Farm, ],(r. and Mra. J. It. Bitch the many kindnesses shown u< Un I".. each rtlflcata or crtlfl. !
$1.00 PER COUPLE of Kingsler Beach and Mr. and I 1 during our recent bereavement -.t.. shall bn redeemed ai
... Mrs. HamUton Rltcb of CaineaIviUe. The Nelson T. Green family It law the property de*.*rlbe. (,!
1 "''h< uertlf l late or 'ertlfl.ate
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elected.I visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs-- | "aqj
officers were v8l"n
of Gainesville. Mr. Parker met with the school Ing which I herSavannah ".
Billy The Life And Times Fronle !
served ice cream Moody over the weekend. lit\\kCommercial
Friends are glad to hear of the faculty and discussed the reading The hostesses :
HAMPTONBy continued Improvement of Howard program for the children in our) STATE FARM and cake to those present. Of New River FolksBy George, who Is working up there, )Ifl!* lOt
and Mrs. 1.(. B. Stafford and could not get off this "onon.
Young who was quite ill last week school. By Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld :Mr Jessie 10 Laztnb/ time to
, Mrs M. C. Sweeney and spent several days In a Jacksonville Seventy-six of our pupils were In their young son Steve Ervln, were. come home. FIRST rib
of Mr. and Mrs.Willie
hospital. religious services Sunday. Sunday guests Bill Banks has a new erowder I 0 R
Mrs. D. P. Hardy and infant Birthday PartyBetween Collins In Macclenny. Agnes Johns was visiting Lone L TG
Birthday Parties Miss Dorothy Swanbom and of and and black-eye OA
the hours two pea patch
daughter, Debra Estella, arrived Friday Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox Tomlinson and Minnie Starling one coming 11I2,000 S
. Honoring her daughter, Alta Mlsa Louise Raulerson met with four Saturday afternoon, Sept. 22, In. He picked Saturday. and up
and
ot Mr.
home on Saturday from the wore supper guests day last week in Alachua Hospital.
Marie, on her seventh birthday anniversary the committee on Professional Information there wan a celebration of the Red Andrew. he's pro
Oak. says through
Gainesville Hospital. Mrs Ralph Cox In Live The two ladles have been patient .
Mrs. F D. Elland entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and In Starke Thursday aft- birthday anniversary of little LInda Mr and Mrs. H. C. Long were there for several days. picking peas for the market. We able InteM5, COOoIItrwr.
of last week.
with a children.' party alTer and Donnie Hugh Crawford ernoon ,Suggs. The setting for. the and :Mrs. O. S. Colon brokerage/
family visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews went over and picked some to fee
eat
afternoon. Mrs Ola M. Perkins met with the .lawn at
Jw home last Saturday of Starke party was spacious I Made: ,
spent Sunday visiting Brooker Sunday. BOpromp
About 25: guests were present to friends in Valdosta CA. the committee on In-service Train- the home of the honoree's grandparents in In visited Bud and Nan Moody over now and freeze. He tried to "tool" 1'rite ,
will be Interested
wish Alta Marie a Happy Birth- Mrs. Florence Van Alstlne has ing of Teachers Wednesday after Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin Friends Kucera II nowa the weekend. us into picking dry peas (for hla meat ,, to/
and the Ice and and the hostess was her knowing that Patsy Seeber Moody has purchased a fur
day enjoy cream recently entered the Alachua Hospital noon. member of the Jacksonville Junior spring seed) but being an old hand this apPraI"II.lI1I.
all the trimmings. mother Mrs. Lloyd Suggs. A new tractor. Cued that means rlrlnlty
The seventh and
eighth gradeshave
' School of '
'J Nursing.Mr. at this business roa
Orchestra, playingfirst simply stuck to ;
Symphony Ro .
linen covered table was centered more work. /(ors. J',
On Monday afternoon, following and Mrs. H. D. been studying Parliamentary : O.
May were Sot
with the traditional cake that was oboe. Dates of concert per 1.. Tomlinson has the food end of it-Selfish? I 'w'n,llle,, 111I,
Frank
school, Carolyn Frances Perry visitors to Macclenny last week. procedure for the past week. -The will be announced later. screen- FIll
celebrated her eighth birthday by Mr. and Mrs. :J. A. Ivery of eighth/ grade has already elected exquisitely Iced in white and top- formances ed In that long L-shaped front Dorothy Anderson, who haa been u.au.A.Au.

inviting a large number of school Palatka spent Thursday and FrI- officers for the year. The seventh ped wth two tiny green tapers denoting porch of his. It really adds lots

friends to the home of her parents, day with Mrs. Belle Brown. grade met In the library last the years. Ice cream was to, their place. Emma Lou wonders ,.-.......- --- ---- -- -

Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Perry. Lively): Mr. and Mrs. Roy B>rt of Thursday and elected the following served with slices of the cake, GRAHAMBy now how she ever got along
outdoor games were played and Gainesville were Sunday dinner officer. for the year: President -' Balloons were given as favors to without It. Spray Your Home N-O-W!

delicious refreshments enjoyed. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vernon Forsythe; Vice Presi- the following young guests from :Mrs John McKlnny Saw Russell Green at the pro-
' Miss Martha Home entered her dent, Linda Pennell; Secretary, the Farm and from Raiford: June duce market In Jacksonville Sat-

, senior year at the University of Blrt.Miss Joan Sweeney was the sup Exnojean Hall; Treasurer, Martha Young Charles and :Johnnie I Mrs. Bunle Broughton returned urday. He wan there with peas. """ Jet Kill

Florida this week. Miss Horn has per guest on Friday evening of Sue Brooklns; Reporter, Wesley Browning, Ramona Sewat, John 'home Jut Friday after spending They are still bringing $2.I .
If twice made the Dean's list during Mr. Godwin. Howell Pat, Wayne and Marlon in
and Mrs. Fred Dodd in Key- several days with relatives was in Jacksonville with a
0'' her previous term and Is to be congratulated stone Heights. Other'! guests Included The seventh grade M an unusually -Barton, Joe. Jackie and Mike Ddvtona, cousin who wanted to go by the
. for her scholastic Mr. and M.... ,Wilbur Scott' fine of boys and Sapp, :Johnnie! and Melanie Brad-
group Mr and Mrs. Louie Dempsey market to get Avacoda pears. She And If any time this year you a..
and Emma Sellers.
Lou
f achievement. of Starke, and Mr. and M.... Jimmy girls and the community, as well lay oil
Mrs. Jack Nelson of Jacksonville visited relatives In High Springs did-they were nice ripe firm any bugs that are not DEAD .

'j Dennis Brannen and daughter, Call of Kingsley Lake. as the school. Is expecting great spent the past weekend with Sunday pears for S and 10 cents. She got DYING, moll bottle to JET KILI [
,:1 Ceorgla of Lakeland and Miss R. L. Brown, Jr. is visiting his thlnga of them. her refrigerator full for about $2. Inc Tallahassee
: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. :Jlr: and Mrs. Leonard McKinney Fla. and We wllj
I' Jessie Mae Brannen of Bartow parents, Mr. and Mr. Robert Our principal, Mrs. Ola M. Per-
/ Brannen.Mr. of Sanford spent the weekend with Minnie Johns and children attended gladly return purchase price.
G/c t were Sunday guests of their parents Brown, before kin., who Is a member of the
being shipped over.seaa
'" and Mrs. M. U. Davis Jr, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Church at Midway Sunday.
4 Mr. and Mrs. J J. Bran nen, on Army duty. Methodist Church/ in Starke, attended -
and son, Greg, of Tallahassee were McKlnney. The Bud and Seeber Moodys enjoyed -
ikl i Visiting relatives here this week services there last Sunday. BOTTLED IN FLORIDA
School New visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Mrs Millie Fogg of Starke the sale at the Gainesville
are Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of The new building was used for the
"J 1 ,d We North" during the weekend. the weekend with her sister, stock market Friday.
are that Howard spent BY FLORIDA
very sorry PEOPLE
first time and she
,Sty: ; Oakland Park, Mr. and Mr. Joo reports a great
. Young halt! been sick again. All outpouring of the member. to Miss Peggy Caldwell spent Saturday Mr, Equllla Roberts. Rev. Fort of Lake Butler held
h Oliver of Ft. Lauderdale, and Mr. of us hope that he will soon be heir new place of worship.We night with Miss Sue Biggs Horace :McKinney: spent the Church of God services at Mrs FOR FLORIDA BUGS

::, and Mrs. W. A Saxon, Jr. and son, back again. have three new pupils In our I In Starke. With others from Starke weolcend with relatives in Waldo. Emily Moody'a Saturday night. It Sold At-CARPENTERS'
DRUGSCANOVA'S
MIHS Joan Hess, a former Hampton school this week They are James, II Misses Biggs and Caldwell attend. Mrs. John McKinney Is Im- will be at the Obey Moody home
pupil who has been living In J. W. and Elizabeth Taylor, of Me- ed the Florida-Citadel football roving some after spending a next Saturday night. Everyone is DRUGS COOK'SCROC.

Ohio, visited Mrs. Ola M. Perkins Mlnnvllle, Tenn. James l Is in the game In Gainesville that evening. few day. In Alachua General Hospital invited to attend. SISTRUNK'S

i Let Us Thoroughly last week. Joan gave an Interest- I eighth grade, :J. W. Is In the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. [ She will return the last of Alvle Werre and children, Jim-

Ing account of her school experience seventh, and Elizabeth I Is In the W. O. Engrain were Mr. and Mrs. next week for a checkup. my and Cathie of Columbus, Ga.

Wash Your Clothes away from Hampton. She fifth grade.LAKE. Charles M. Snyder of Jacksonville. -
has enrolled In the Freshman classat During their reeently completed
vacation Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Red-
0 Ponnds Bradford High School. All of
her former classmates ding had a down-the-state trip
are glad
' For 40c! that she, has again joined their GENEVABy that included stop-overs In St. \
Petersburg, Tampa and Fort
group.
FREE Bleach If Desired 1 rTt'mple Myers.
All the teachers In Bradford Blanche CunninghamMrs. .
Mr. and Mrs.
# Delbert Crews of
Ave. Stark County will attend a district meeting -
Starke
spent Sunday on the Farmas
at Lake City on October 1. Blanche Cunningham (new guests of Mr. and Mr. W. O.

While the teachers are In school correspondent from here) Is slow- Engram and of Mr. and Mrs. d.
at Lake City the pupils will havea ly Improving after being InjuredIn E. Crews.

, one-day vacation. The busses an auto accident in July. Birth of SuNbiiry Baby
will not run on Monday Oct. 1, Hugh Lucas arrived Mr. and Mrs.
We Will home Thurs- John Salsbury of
but will pick
up pupils at the
day after spending the summer In Orlando announce the birth of a ANNOUNCINGi
time
Dry 'Your Clothes regular Our new supervisor on Tuesday., Dr.Oct.Wood-2. Massachusetts. daughter Laqult.i AUeen, on FrI-

! ham, and our reading Blliy Rodkey had the good fortune day Sept. 21, 18.11.: Before her
consultant
i For 20c Mr. Parker, were visitors in our to catch a 12 1-4 pound bass marriage Mrs. Falxbury was Geraldine .
school last Tuesday evening. While In Lake Geneva waters last week. Cox and with her parents Mr.

I In New Automatic Orient Dr. Woodham was present the Needless to say he Is proud of it, and Mrs. Gerald Cox, lived here.
seventh and eighth as it l Is the largest one he ever j!'The baby Is the great-granddaugh- 1
grades evaluated
I caught I,! ter of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Bradleyand
their progress and under- months
.I e standing of a recent unit on good Terrill W. Cunningham, who had of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Cox.Sunday eigHt long of'I"

manners and right conduct. The been a patient in the Veterans !School Clan I'arty .
I central thought To Hospital Lake City, the past four Thursday evening Sept 20. Mrs. *,: ,? wIt
was: what extent -
; The Washeteria will the things you have weeks, returned home Friday.T. DeWItt Sinclair, Mrs. R. P. Mc- dirt,. dust, toil and trouble. .
A Lendon
earned be useful to you In school M. Flnley local merchant who and Mrs. J. G. Godwin en- i I

at home and In the community ? has been on the sick Hat\ for the tertained the L. L, L. Sunday \ ,
After school Dr. Woodham and past four weeks, returned home School Clans of the Starke Baptist It\ .
Church at the home of Mr. and
Friday.

'I'J! p Family Out of Town for Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes and Mrs.Included J. G.the Godwin.Instructor Their of the guests class -
Vacation? children of Holly Hill were weekend
1 Mrs. F. B. Beard In addition to The of the
' Make Your guests of Mrs. Hayes' parents, opening
,j '4 Summer Headquarter Mr. and Mrs L. N. Wagner.ADDRESSES. there members.was a Prior business to the meeting social hour durC. ; .

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2& 1931Baptists BRADFORD COCfNTT TELEGRAPH.!: : STARKR. FLORIDA -

; 'The Great Caruso' Dick Powell Starred


IN OUR I Methodist ChurchTho j :';' A Hymn 3s n x n ; t iti With Mario Lanza In 'Cry Danger' !T

KiM t Methodist Church of Coming To Florida"The At Park Sunday ;
Starke "
cordially invites you to attend -
I I. the services of worship In BY CLINT BONNER
Great Caruso" starring Dick Powell Is continuing; to
the new Sanctuary on Sunday )- himself
Q- slated for showing carve quite a career tor
Mario Lanza, Is :r
September 23. Church School begins
.
I as a tough guy In the movies*
at 0:43: : each Sunday morning. on the Florida Theatre screen this '
Is evidenced by his part In "Cry r
This Sunday la Promotion Sunday When I the Wondrous Cross Sunday and Monday. Danger" scheduled for the Park :

Presbyterian ChurchSunday for all classes in the Children'sand Survey I The story, the life of the metro Theatre Sunday Monday and '
Youth Divisions. The officers
omecoming School at 9:43.: and teachers polltlan Opera'a greatest operatic Tuesday. ,
of the entire Church "The greatest hymn 'in the English language"writers '
Friendship Class 10 a.m. School will be installed by the byttovvart. tenor, has been filmed In technicolor The story concerns a young

ram Baptist Church will 11 a.m. Morning Service con Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell at the 11 attempt to single out any one hymn as "the writers WhltUer.ao POllia Holmes'and Yet after Longfellow IMlnf hymn, one crltlo e and features what has been man who Is freed after serving a I

,meromlng Day on services Sun- ducted by Rev. James Call. o'clock. church service. Mr. Mitchell evr Research wohymnodyarwulahmany oDln.d that Joseph Gilmore's "My Faith Looks Up termed aa the greatest collectionof five year prison term tor which ,
Hm with al1-day Youth Fellowship Sunday eve superior' to them all and Gllmore
Thee"
to
will the even of the moat was
preach on subject In opinions
marked differences
School at ning at 1 to btt poet! ringing: talent ever to appear In he was framed. He then sets out
"lIh Sunday p.m "God in Education", The Senior qualified critics. But in the final analysis, public did not even claim a and
...*8 tor all age.m Prayer Meeting Wednesday at8p.m. I Choir will sing' at the morning acceptance over a long period of time seems to be Critic Samuel Johnson rather charitably hue Watts Intern the same movie. Besides Lanza, to find the man who had victimized ,
Rev. 8. E. Sparks the safest yardstick. This being the case, then reluctantly mentioned hymn-writer !
by uydaggreabat" the film Includes Dorothy Klrsten
"Coming service. are many grand hymns that could be called his "Llns of the Poets" and apologised him.Rhonda
i on the topic will You are Invited to sing your but to select any one of the group would that the little bachelor: had"simply done "better Jarmlla Novotna and Blanche Fleming, as the wife of '

," A basket lunch Church of ChristCorner favorite gospel hymns at the Sun- tie simply a matter personal preference. what no man baa done well.admired But another the poetry noted oWatU Thelbom with such additional art the man, who sent Powell to prison.
church grounds Matthew Arnold, so
[ on the which Some yean ago In England 1,500 citizens wen critic In the also a*
10th and McMahon day evening worship service -When 1 Survey the) stand out picture
and quoted
asked to list In order, their one hundred favorite that he sang late as Teresa Celli, Nicola Mos-
begins at 8 p.m. Mri. E, K. Ferryman "Hock of Ages" led *21S Wondrous Cross" until 10 minutes before he died. does Richard Erdman who portrays ,
be devoted to Bible School-10 A. M. hymns. August Topla ya '
noon wilt is the organist and special Of the lists. Yet Alfred Lord Tennyson, who And so go the opinions. In their various ways cona, Giuseppe Valdengo, Lucine the part of a one-legged
Preachlne--ll A. M. and f:30
Ling led by Raymond : "greatest" presidents and. because Amara and Marina KoshetaIanrm :
muRlc will be furnished by the certainly knew Ills poetry and hymns, regarded there were many Marine veteran.
trident of the Singing P.M. Youth Choir composed fo 29: young Reginald Heber's "Holy. Holy Holy" as the finest they have stood the The test of Matthew time, there Arnold are should fill the 'part of "Cry Danger" Is a picture which

Everybody Is wale len Prayer Meeting and Bible Study people. Mr Mitchell will preach of Because them aIL few of the great poets have written many called"greatest""teagr.at.at hymns.In the English one langusge" was Caruso perfectly and the voicesof strikes a timely note In film lare.J
invitation each 7:30
| special members. Wednesday : P. M. on the subject, "Courage in Prayer hymns some critics are reluctant to regard hymnwritten In 1707 and !Is still sung around the world. the two men are probably al-

pastors and. Everyone welcome. ," If you are concerned about '"* 'Wkm I tit wJnni mil.Of In, taw Hit *../. Hit HtnJt, Nil /"' /-- most identical, for Lanza says he

n more effective prayer life you ivHtt Mrwy tit .n.... tf C/ry rfW, Serrate ..* ,.... /(," mlngliJ JowntDti 'I first became Interested In and Adding Machines; and Portable) ,
are cordially invited to attend My ritkttt ,./. I .....t *., this service.The Aft" tr ....,_,t as M m? frUi.rirM Or '''r.. ttmftit .. rltt t frtwmtWIT Caruso record ford County Telegraph.

IT BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. Children's Hour U held it. LtrJt lift I lituti Bud, 1 tit u>Mt nttm *f ultra rniwt, VTTVTTTVVTVVVTVTTTTTT'VTTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTTTTTTTVVrwChris
every Wednesday afternoon at Still in tit Jltlt ./ Ctrlit, my C.Jt Tim ever. fnunt fir ttt tmtllt i
Lewis D. Haines Pastor 3:15: : for children between the ages All lit vtht tilmgl tilt tkrm .. mill, Law It caudal, ea 4MttDtminJt
,
of 6 and 12. The Children's Choir I ucrl/lcl Him It Hit ",..1. my nd, my lift my ttt* sJo NEWBERN STUDIOS

lerson & Court Streets -In The Heart Of Town will sing at the Sunday morning
worship service October 14. .,. The Roving Photographer"Wedding
PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 The Senior and Intermediate 1

Youth Fellowships will have a Fellowship I B "" .' :f r,

Supper at 6:30: Sunday I I ,f _,- r.N 11'

JXDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.: 7:15: P.M.: evening: to welcome the new members I s .F, 1 Portraits
of the MYF. Following the, '

School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M. .evening church service there will ) ..v...._ r, Commercials
y Dutrlrrtted t,
er muelralea re.tureredlaua 8uminla.ati Ala \ ;
be a Fellowship Hour In the '
l-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:43: P.l\!. I + : STUDIO OPEN
Recreation Hall. Konts for the
i f
,
Fellowship Hour are Jimmy and At The Tabernacle j" ,,,; f.l All Day Saturday }
F'EATIJREFYli ;
A ;NEW I LAWTEYL.
THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR Billy Weldon.Christian, Charles Dickens wrote to his OUK ,1r '." r .' r Wednesdays t

son: "I put a New Testament fliritCII PAUB KKAUKKS 11. Flitch { 6 P.M.8:30 P.M.
ChurchThe among your books because It Is l -- -- -

Irlendly church Invites you will the best be known bunk In that the ever world was, and'or a The muirce old of fiuiillliir comfort hjmnt and' aro lit* A two weeks' revival meeting 8 X 10 PORTRAITS$3.00 I
at the Faith Baptist Church! closed
to worship at all services. I because it teaches you the best Hilrailon| to million\ throughout -
Bible School at 10 tell World a last Friday night lieu .1, H. Mat-
begins a.m. They occupy
IcsHons which human creature I Iuu..u.u..u.uuuuuuuuu.uuu..u
by
with C. W poison as superintend I who tries to any be truthful and warm' spot In the heart that can tow pastor of the Baptist Churchat PORTRAITS THE MODERN WAY

ent. Sunday School will be cut be thing Qlbsonton, was the guest speak
Revolutionary: W5| I faithful to duty can possibly beguided" nut rrplucvd hy anj
er Much Interest w.Ia shown
short this Sunday because of the she.
Convention to be held at Theresas ]I; % ItelleUiig that many of our throughout the services. I ryyyy.YYYTYYTTYYYY.T.YTYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTYYNO.TICE T
Roosevelt
President
PHILGO Christian Church, starting at 11 j Theodore rrmlrr would appreciate' knowIng Mrs Arthur Pearce has returned I
said: "A churchless communitya
a.m. Everyone Is Invited to come the Htory behind three greatnnutleriilwe to her home after spending several
where have
and enjoy this great fellowship. community men \ *, the Telegraph days In Miami with her son and
abandoned and acoffed or Ignored
at
/ Evening services begin at 6:30pm. : ulll prenent a new feature ".\ family
DUPUX"illNGl their religious needs, Is a
with Christian Endeavor II It Born" from time to
; )nut Edward Lee Massey went to
[US TRUE Frances Douglas leader. Evangelistic community," on the rapid downgrade iliii an a highlight of our Tampa last Friday to enter the Cold Weather Is Coming !

services at 7:30.: Quoted from Billy Sunday) "The church page. Baptist seminary there. He began .
A Prayer Senlces at 7:30: p.m. mirrors of Tim flrnt In the aeries Is pre- his studies, on Monday of this
carpet In front of the
Wednesday! studying the 12th nented here IhU week. As the week, preparing tor the ministry
of la threadbare
some people worn PLACE YOUR ORDER
you
Chapter of Romans. Come and story of .earn Is told, read It Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter and
whilethat at the side of your
bring your Bibles. I bed where you should kneel to aloud to Hie family and then son of Tallahassee spent the weekend ,
-Homer SwlndallPastor all gather 'round the piano ororll'"n here with Mrs Carter'
pray Is as good as the day you
and sing It through. You Mr. and Mrs
.- put It down." parents, J. P. NOWKEROSENE
St. Mark's Episcopal will find a new appreciation of Wyrlck.

Mrs. Mable Mersereau will be I the old, familiar ward Mrs. Joyce Futch and children

Sunday. September Church greatly missed from the faithful were shopping in Jacksonville last
School, 9:45: : a.m. Holy Communion '
group of tea Tabernacle, while & FUEL OIL
..... first trip to the United States for Saturday.
]11:00: a.m. her In Texas,
visiting daughter
the Misses Marchallecks. They The J. E. Wall Jr. family spent
-Rev. Fred Yerkes, Celebrant Mrs. J. F Stewart who Is 111 at said that they Iked'! Florida so several days In Boca Raton last
her home Is also missed from the well wired their Governor
o they week visiting relatives.
Theressa Christian services. A special service with for permission to stay here one Mr. and Mrs Truman Normanand AVOID
Rev. Arthur Giles of Dulath,
iTINGlrmci Convention Host scheduled weekendof more week. W. are very glad children .pent several days In ,
Minn. Is for the M .*
they liked our neck of the woods Ocala this week ?
October 12, 13, and 14. Mrs. Dave Marchelleck will be remember Prevail Jr. family.visiting the J. C The Last Minute Rush And
Sunday Sept. 30, Is Convention
Besides the regular meetings of
Day for the Christian Churches of I the Tabernacle this week the here as Beatrice How. Mr. and Mrs. G W. Durham of

_' .,, Bradford County. Theressa will' Women Christian Temperance ard, granddaughter of Mr and Jacksonville were visiting here Help Avoid A Fuel Oil Shortage
Mrs. Ward. We Invite the Young
be host to the churches this Sun Union will convene In the Chapel last Saturday.
day and welcome everyone who Annex Friday afternoon at 3 ladle. to come back to Bradford The Rev. J. D. Robinson, pastor This {Winter
County again when they stay
can
wishes to come. o'clock. of the First Baptist Church attend
t ,
s 1 1r The program is as follows: longer. ed a Pastor's and Laymen's Conference

Chairman, Homer Swlndall.Pianist. Sorry to hear about A, C. Ella In Ralford last Monday

Mrs. Homer Swlndall. having to go to Miami recently night .
-.- \ 11 a.m. Song Service followed BAYLESS HIWAY' because of the death of hie father Jerry Wilkinson returned home .

by special music. Mr. Ellis' sinter, Mrs. Doehrlng, If last Saturday after spending

11:20: ( --Message by Rev J.: W. BY Mrs. O. E. Crosby spending some time here with him several day. In Alachua General I

OFFERED PHI ICO lore Jones minister of Fleming Heights and Mrs. Ellis. Hospital.

Christian Church Orlando nuyb.>*s Illway Churih Mrs. Floyd Crosby spent several Marvin Warren has joined the K.G.

at far lower cost than ever be- 1951 PHI I ICO 1 12 Noon: Lord's Supper and of The Annual Revival cloned at days with her slater, Mrs. Harry Air Force and Is taking hu basic DUNCANSTANDARD

* you net today's most wanted MODELS PROM feting, followed by basket dinner. I the BaylesH Hiway Baptist church Broadway, In Starke. training In Texas.
Hum-the convenience of sepste 2 p.m. Song Service followed by Sunday night after a week. of won Surely was glad to see Undo The Intermediate girls of the

doom for the freezer and roam. roll call of churches. I derful preaching by evangelist A Tobe Norman and wife at Church Methodist Church presented a OIL PRODUCTS
mpartmcnt-and complete, auto 214 95 2:20: Special Music followed by JO. Kam.... We had large crowds Sunday night. They have both abort Missionary program at the

tiC IjtutubleSholves: dt-frnnt. In,Double addition Fully lpera. message from Rev. James Strick I[ every night In spite of the bad been sick.Harvey. I conclusion of the regular Sunday Phone 85 or 55 Starke, Fla.

by accept leas Why pay more? EASY TERMS [ land, minister of First Christian weather A bountiful dinner was Edwards: of Jack.onvlllel School last Sunday* Taking partIn .
Church Lake Butler. served. at the noon hour Sunday. the the
program were MissesConnie
rhilco 2-Donr Duple 1 I was visiting his brother-ln-lavv! and I A AA A AA A AA uuuJUAaAUUu
There will be no night session Two randldatei came forward for sister, Mr. and .Mrs. Tate Alvarez, and Jackie Harley, Qulnelle -- -
,10andetu.N. but everyone Is Invited to attend baptism during the meeting. Sunday. Smith. Patrlca Walnwrlght/ Mary -

both day services. Remember our preaching .service Mrs. Don Alvarez of Ralford Ann Wells, end, Adel Starling. I -

every second and fourth Sunday Minnie Lee Griffin, the small
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Church of God8th .by the pastor, Rev, J. E. Ladd.'Everyone Norman Sr. daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Sunday.
CleanWork-FreeBaat is cordially Invited to Grlffle. who has been confined to :
& St. Clair Sta. come and worship with us at any Mr. and Mrs. Horace Knowlesand the Alachua County General Hospital NOTICE

Sunday School 10( a.m. time daughter Elaine, Mr. and Mrs with Polio, was moved tc ,

Sunday Vtornlng Worship 11 a.m Community New I Ovid Thomas and biro Fronle Hope Haven last Wednesday for I
Service 7:30( demons of Btsrke
Sunday Evening : p.m were visiting further treatment.
The farmers of
real
are proud
Y P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m the wonderful Lois Newman Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Martha Bales and daugh
rain have been
Prayer Meeting Thursday: () p.m we A. L. Draggers and Mr*. tern : Our
Msrtle and Jackie Meat
having the last few days. Saw C I have re Curing Room will be to II
open
Hllah Dukes of Lake Butler were
C. Crosby and Marcus Conner, turned to their home In Opalocha
St. Edward's Catholic Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs J.: after spending week here with
a
Mrs Lem Brown and H. B Kelly take care of in the
R. Kelly your meat efficient
Ul/ue PrIce Ilk Mrs Bales' mother. Mrs Mae same
Rev. Francis J. Dunleavy pas working Trojnas setting out I
strawberry plants. Also saw OacsrCrosby Mr. and Mrs. A C. Ellis and Wells
tor.
Mrs. Doeherlng wore visiting Mrs Emma Hill Is manner and by the
spending
sometime
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. and son rushing around same competent
Jasper Davis In Alarhua Tuesday.Our In Lakeland where she Is
planting turnips and mustard for enrolled
Weekly Msss at 8: a. m.
$: 64.9 Ccnfesslons Saturday 8-00: to the market. Understand Oscar Is entire community wishes to In Florida Southern College.Jack curing; means as for the past five

8:00: P. M. and 7:30( to 8:30: P. )0(. planning to set out a fall cabbage "xpress sympathy to Mrs Nelson Wainwright, George Roberts years.
Green and family In their bereave and Ernest Wells
I Children's Catechism Classes, patch for commrrlcal 1 purposes. have returned Will
meat Nelson was well known In to the of open on
( WITHOUT TANK I Saturday 10:00 a. m. Quite a few folks are sick this University Flor.
Adult Religious Instruction week. Sorry to hear about the our section and will be miased. Ida to resume their studies.Mr .

a courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., serious Illness of little Rodger Lucille Ward and daughter, *. If. E. Priest and daughter

md by special appointment. Kelly, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.J. Margaret Ann. and Mrs. Bob Loraine spent the weekend with OCTOBER 1ST
R. Kelly. He was very 111 l
CHI KCII OF JF.SC8" ClIKIST weekend In St Vincent's Hospital ville. : I It


Masonic: Temple Call Street say he is better now, Seems and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and daughter t SALT CURE I

Sunday School every Sunday as though the Kellys had their Beverly Jo, were visiting In BUY
to
DUOTHERMmperia morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Servo t share of sIckneM last week. Robert ,'Gainesville Saturday. ::1

ices 8:30: p. m. A cordial Invitation was also sick with bronchitis. PULP WOOD
Is extended to all. I have been suffering with a ADDRESSESOF j And SUGAR CURE

badly lnfectedieg and while downat I CROSS TIES

/ / Stomach Gas Taxes the doctor's office, waiting for INTEREST ij I

him. spotted Melva Galloway and I W. H. Smith Jr. care L. E. and Pine Timber i. I

FUEL OIL CIRCULATOR The Heart I Darlrne Crosby both suffering Wadsworth Bunnell, Fla. .3 C I
from infection. thoughIt
Seems as
of In the I G. 8. Crotty 9470 Carbondale 0Wilt
An accumulation gas ..
: PER
Ewlutlve Duo-Therm Dual Chamber Burner b clean-burning crowds U In the air. Melva has Infection 'Dr.. Jacksonville Fla POUND
forma
It wy fire setting( low to high, mild or winter weather. Gifts stomach and results pressure In bloatIng In Tier hand and Darlene has John E. Denmark, 104 FmeetAve. Par
.>. mart the heart th. same In her feel Quite a .
kialfnm .
oVoy o/ottf .
rwry ,
gassy catches, palpitation! and care Emory Southern Dental ,
lve DiMtTheraiSheriew La"ttyltag. cI\'IIII'au a home shortness of breath. This condition coincidence. School 4 Atlanta. Ga. Highest Cash Prices 6t

h bier? Packed with eye-tppesl u well performance I Rich may frequently be mistaken Janice. Connor told me at School Ret Elvln D. Casey. Co. II, FOR ANY SIZE TRACT t YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED
Monday that her little brother! was
"o finish! with btw trim. flUspC Ir. tor heart. trouble. INNER-TONE 102d Inf., 43d Dlv.. Camp Pickett, .
sick and her Dad and Mother had '
,
Complete! with WM. Stopper Automatic Draft Minder: U helping ouch gas "Victims" by Va. A-
taken him to Jacksonville to see .
fiaVf Coordinated Controls-for perfect heating comfort.TERMS digesting their food faster and I Miss Merry Winkler, 1039 C.
a doctor.:
Taken before meals it Moorehead. Charlotte, N. C.
:r5d81/SJ ""f1yl better.works with your food.< Gas pains I, Looks as If a hospital would Des Mrs. Donald Henley change SEEA. -
I .
for Starke.I
Bloat vanishes! timely project from Maplewood Mo. to 270
TONE ga! contains .'rNNER-1 j I Miss Thelma Marchalleck nfSeven I ....tnd... Road. Glasgow Village E. McKINNEY Starke Ice

plus Iron and vitamins B-l, &2.i I Estate, May Pen, Jamaica St. Louis, Mo. Co.

NASWORTHY General Supplies and &8. Also enriches the blood I I and Four Miss Caledonia Beryl Marchalleck Crescent Crosa of I Mrs. Gertrude Roach. 409 N. At Starke Taxi Stand
: I
strengthens the 13th
St.
give you pep and '' I Pueblo. Colo.
PHONE 150
Road
Jamaica, and Mr. and Mrs.
' miserable people Mra.
nerve Weak Wilma Lambert, 4311
"ONE '' Phone
198 STAIIKE, FLA. soon feel different all over. Aodon't Dave Marrhalleck of Jacksonville Mahan Rd.. Silver Springs. Md. Starke Fla. 12 Starke Fla.

go on suffering! Get INNER- spent Tuesday night with Mr and I l R. B. Alvarez. Bo; 1101, Winter
--- -- --- J'TONE at KOCH drug store today I Mrs. W. C- Ward. This was the Haven ".. 1':1.: : : I.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAUKE FIORID t FItR111'. 8I
P\/;K EIiI1TCaldwell ---- ---- ..
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; Legion Dances "
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Bows Out ruttiiu Alto Adams, or Slate Senator DriveLocal
I Baynard not Dan McCurty Scouts Begin Scrap Hold Attendance "

Sturgis 'Considering'Governorship whom he supported, In 1049. I Despite FootballChairman tl.,
.. ,
I 1
RaceThe In the meanwhile, Senator Wallace r search their piania and proper.'es, bJ C, :_ i,

E. Sturgis of Ocala hinted Troop 70. Beyr: ( 'u of regardless of size for dormant Ray Stone of the I r',

political picture for FloridaIn broadly that he la an good as running America! Inaugurated a scrap scrap such aa obsolete machinery American Legion's dance com- !: ''Ir,1a lu, I

1952 cleared, a little this week for the governorship "I'm drive thin week which they hope tools Jigs, dies, fixtures and other mlttee reports that the Saturday ) iron b I

with the announcement from Millard seriously considering making the will reach Into every corner of the equipment Including Items that night dances are holding their I pub) un'1 Ii

F. Caldwell former governorand rare" he Raid. "The probabilities county. The drive will\ serve two s I y are broken, worn beyond repair, own despite competition from I tend< -rtklf b ,

now U. 9. Civil Defense Administrator are more on the plus than, the purpusra.. BO far aa they're con abandoned, or in need of part that University football games '

that he will not be a negative aide, but I'm not preparedto cerned. It will help them raise can no longer be obtained He Toby Dowdy and his Dixie Lily

candidate for Governor again.In make a final statement at this enough money to buy badly needled asked that people purvey potential Hi-Pointers are still furnishing I 1

a special conference with time. equipment and help the Federal wrecking and dismantling projectsthat the music for thestf. dances.. The I we Ct11iIGrr

newsmen In Tallahassee Caldwell Dan McCarty of Fort PHrce. Government' current scrap collection will produce scrap and make Toby Dowdy organization. In ad- !

aid I In effect, "Once l IN enough!" the 1948 runherup to governor program. _______ some disposition of all production dition _to having Its own radio I )
I Scoutmaster, urgMiall and, dormant scrap aa quickly aa |' I'
He declared he hoped to retire to Cecil Sowell show over Gainesville StationWRUF' ATI01 bS11SII.IT1'
Warren Is the who has ItFNI'LTx
only man
his farm and that In next spring'selections persons In the vicinity of Starketo possible. dally now has a television j .lRt
he would vote either for so far come out openly aa a please. call him at 61 or phone' Sewell said that there will be show each Tuesday night from I ,
E. T. Shull at 144 and report any some scrap Items that will be en-
candidate.
Comptroller Gay, Supreme Court 7:00: to 7:30: over WMBR-TV inl (t'li,
scrap metal they have on hand and tirely too large and bulky for the I

would like to dispose of. The local Scout troop to handle. These

Scouts will collect the scrap from may be picked up and payment received

I the placea that call In, Saturday, for such objects merely by I

October 6, he said. I calling an authorized scrap dealer -
-- .l.t.-.. _._-"'.,_..;; 1.. ., 'r.- .._1aJr. he said. It makes no difference I
COLORED IIP-I.P-Man and woman All .Make. All M.....'. -- I WE I INVITE
for m..lnl..nan. work, New ".........,. ......u iritaraalord. owners I When Boy grout take on a project, they take It seriously anti who picks It up. Sewell pointedout Ypp
Klnir.l.v ''''..rh. If 11141. C'. HIIKPIIKIIItTl : to the scrap for it all ends up In the same
bicycle .
work at It. Shown here, rolling a up
W. t'all ".. utarfco ... ,:le to Join really
19EODINO AND BIRTHDAY CAKE! the pile at the S<-out Hut the other night with a basket full of wrap place anyway.
WILL ...:LI. Oil SWAP Hood farm Naturally the local Scout troop
-II up.Hhnpn Order. Phone taken 81.J.nt U..hm.r'aOltt tfBIVOKH with .pasture. fen.., corn ''Top ing Iron I..* Art I'atray. Helping upload the basket I"I Jun !Munilorff, would like to have anything they TO PATRONIZE ij

SKWINd Machine Company plow' tool. 'h..p., good gentle On. mil mule southHturko allInrlildod He have said I't. and BObby Shell, right with Cecil Newell Scoutmaitter, and can handle so that they might pp

Lak City, Fla Phone DUO. by Poirvy railroad Mr. t:. T. Shell Aonlntant. Scoutmaster looking on. Increase their bank account. Witha
N.-wn Warren, Htarko. gtp *'214 pose of MODERN ...
will) repair. your mx-hln In tip flag set ordered and an Invoice SANT.RIMEAT
toil .rnmlltlun r..a.on..hl.l l W. regular / and machines Is still good and near future would probably get
the In the
staring face
vennln Klnvftr l1rl.O..r FOR BALK-Pour arren with large' troop to
us. service only ron will "pick tip unitdelivery (-room hounf., 8 .hodroomo bath are such obsolete equipment Isn't doIng scarce unless something\ done to the tune of some 40-odd dollars

Now 8lnKor itrvlce nmohln upon lira revues avail.ahiM :-. all modorn poreh vonvonloncoa a ml. .a.t ,of..rr..n.tlfront Stark and He I anyone any Rood the way It supply the Increasing need for Sewell: volunteered to accept almost

on ruMnimtil. toniiHFOfl on old Klna xley, Lake road.. Prlcod now stands. He also pointed to the steel. anything smaller than a lo- CURING!

8AMC-211,000 Strawberry for Hradford quirk Ooimtr aalo. Pall Tolograph. (Doom at I of.Is the fact that farm machinery In the Sewell urged all businesses to c"motlv...

plant' 9 tnllon mirth nf FfunhnffllIflKhway .
TAKINII onilKRa: for Maryland
801, Judge Thommi.4IP. w.1I1 I The Wllllston free kick was In.
.128! Known Hlrawherry plants Personal IncomeOf and
Brown on treated land free from Tom 4 Tornadoes Face errepted by Edward Parker andthe"
dleeaxn and Inxecln. well rootedplantM .
r FOrt IIAf.I--no.: female, S mo. true. lo name .ahumll" I Tornadoes took over at midfield Floridians
..lot. hvntitlful roil faun, champion, flla'knIn' nine
MlitHlonary.
Douglas gained yards
blond lino -MmV. It. Torrj-, .and Klonilvke. .. Al.o new "varletl MMnytlnie For ) Has Steady Rise
Putnam Mull phono Kovrton J9illPASTtmB and Tennea Hnlpper I Test TonightContinued and Jackson went off tackle for COLD STORAGE
trI {
early Hrarlett Heaiitv and HICK three more and a first down.
I Personal Income of Floridianslast
I KICK. mid-euaanf Hutment! you Tom
A OArtDKV: KKKD: for Douglas picked up two McRae
full planiltiirVhlii: Dutch. rinvor, try out JUKI a few of 'each nf thenavarieties ( from page one) year amounted to $1,210 for
FonHnrfila, Ftnhlu, Houlhland 8oodOatu Not mor. than fifty 10 yards and Rowe two! 'picked up four more and Jackson
Rye Or... A Kin Illnrk Tlyo.W ,HKI: > ItlCII to any one perHon.III I serve picked up :nrrled for four more and another every resident of the State, the PLANT
carry full. lino forllllx-rii *. (' he at Mimruilln. lintel Ui \ more. Failing to make another Florida State Chamber of Commerce
r Inceet lcldee.-I/. I.. Flrowntoo. her ft to 11th. Arthur. Dummett, page first down, Johns kicked to the I I first down. Johns went all the
, ire 1'11' 321 R K 4th. Av clroy ll"a<'h, head of way to score but It was called reported yesterday.This .
I05HOMK Wllliaton six Inch line. Williaton I
, Kla 2tp | 11
mittee. back and BHS 1.* ) per capita Income of Flodlann -
.nrHTHI ITfTOn for Kwanxm1* bom I sparked by Smith. picked up five i was penalized
., mart. ronltlof Mimt know Btarko : f.AI'NnilVVa and i I''yards for holding. was 84 per cent of the Ready To Serve Yo
district ""V. panel truck and Ironlnir III I I hand Olaml HI. !lira.J. by yards but was penalized on the I
I fltion.nl In 1949"Flo1larm -
.j! email amount of capital. I Thin lea A. Howard III'W'N'naWhll. next play when he really got loose' Douglas. gained five jariNanil average. I .
'!! geed: proposition' l fora 'llvo wlrWrit. .. not for backfield In motion. The visitors < earned 83 per cent as much
.. : hnu.ekeeperIlveIn Jwkaon. for
HA hLKP HAKIMIO. 1 now sprinted. seven
S'ttrt 1'1"' .' Ilnhlnnon Avo Orlnndo?, and core for home and two.rhonl were penalized again on the IIR the national average and In
October
MrRae lout
Pin nr phone l-Tlil .liotwoonand a see vlrl.' haply, FtradfordCounty next play for holding. Williaton more a yard and 1940 the Florida figure was 81 percent 1st
I'90 It Toloaraph. IJox 431-A. ferring on the fourth down John. I
lip kicked and when a BHS man fum of national. This progress .
Ms i 1 Showed hit heel to would-be
CR.VTRAt.I.Y T.OI-ATKr dory, S. bled, Wllllston recovered the ball toward lessening the difference between -
apnrtmont hence and vacant. ,IntMdlolnfnir FOIL .RKN'I'-7'wo:: room furnlnhod he could \\'II1I"tnn tackier. and tampered SUGAR CURE & SMOKE HO
.
Florida
.
and national -
apartment private hath and average
.n.tran.
rnr Clarke and .Talc- a train across. for the Torno-
... Hot and paid water 409 On a series of running play. .
Ml Is indication
non l.ohln.l Flrot llaptlnt earnings an
fhnrrh Nnw r-nlo.l tlltn "...rlv. Tempi Ave. 1'hnn 54 F. A. WllllNton/ moved the ball up to I doe'*' third touchdown. FACILITIES AVAILABLE !
nf the of the
... S<-i>" 110 Improved economy
<
.1 I. I"rn. t4i B: l.lhorlr lit. serve as the BUS 40 yard line. They
Ho Norfolk Va o lottt That might as well have been the State.
P'Jt l flA'P'I" room house with. when picked up eight yard on two I
""'h. Roma furniture If dtalrod I end of the game, for Williston
"'PoNT Recent revisions of capita
msTnint'Tons a
per
to cell
Mlhl/.an Peat, N.re', flnext <'. C. t Pamper Aao North f'hureh running play but were penallznd I after receiving the kickoff failedto o
Bradford
Income of Floridians based on
St. Sip 105Kolt | 13 yard for holding
cell hiilliler Put up In attractivernfpro"f on
threaten' with and
a score
Plae'lr, and PlnMIr lined. one the third down The Tornadoe new annual population data for
-
f haa-n. Hold hv .....d. / .LN-au..r.. farm naar. Starke was In possession of the
and Peed. Hard.ware Flrookor or will trade. for hounaIn usual received possession. of theball the State are listed In this week'rmalnesa
/; .n hv Plnrlni Dennrlment.and Numervmen.Htnrea.. AI. Hrookor Wired, fruit IrflPR., he on the next play wh..nJ'arker hull when the final whistle was review of the State Chamter's H. A. Lawso
u.n ...It |,,,rt-d In Parload loin yoiinir limber Doa Claude' Proaoil each blown.
hv frelcht tn Itrre irrnwem. Try Brooks Fla. It. recovered. \Vllllslon research and Industrial dl-
ome mlied with C'h..mlral ferlllli. to serve fumble ision. The per capita Income of
.r end water Put 14 a pint under KI.OKAHHMK sole. Any amount.: I'KAT HI'\I'H[ for after City Adopts 'Fairer'Occupational Floridians was $468
each plnnl l nf Htrao-herrv. HIMrunk'a ten years ago; MARKET AND
Pepper. A
Intended for Winkler
"*. Plnnt Tnm.tn. et.' T ran ltdWANTKIi r..pre pass was 516 In 1941: SSTS In 1942: 1880

.l>..It r.l..IH trr, _,..-i"yr....tf,' ..wtt. ,r, up. ui'n. -K.porlonpoit Curb Olrla Intercepted by Cannon for Wlllls In 1943; $1.013 In 1944; $1.045 in
.11': nKHt'I.T"AHTMtn : ton. Smith lost eight yards and
and VViltreanea.
License
hl'tfleTT! tat ft' H 4th. Central prlve-ln. System 945; $1.0.15: In 1946; $1.043 in COLD STORAGEWashington
Ave r>e>-sy r.grh pin 1 lieI'AltTIAI.I.V the pass Intended for Lewis was
: enre- 1947; Sl. 81 In 1948 ond $1.094 in
e ntMw With
{ .( ** MirlfTn4 V T, Ins VCHVIHHKt: > Apartment no good. An offside penalty was Businessmen In Starke will find I
v J'TI"'ljAv*-" at N.York( tf4.nn11a' '*Intel v r'Btarke hind for rent FraieeMnune be.. called on. the local gridders, but a new ordinance In effect per- 949. St. Near Railroad; Slats

Pin." Oft a In 1I1htip month Plrnt A. J.Haptut Thomaa Church, Jr.. Admin l>* per when Smith gained only two yards, taming to City Occupational Ll- Expressed in terms of family

Kill) 'Utratnr, 40 tA'M'' Lawtey, the ball went to BHS on downs tenses when they start to pay income the average Florida family

., t\ ". -"" .'--Kind. Chrlxlan homo, form ATTHArTIVF moted Rowe threw'' to Thomas but It heir license fee to the City Clerkon earned $3,849 in 1950.: _
..'...... .,.. .. newly don our fur.
.... ..,. n.rtlll. parnlvnod, nltihod apartment for rent. (trait, with the was incomplete aa was his second before October 1. ....,.
? u. month, foo rnm. or .... .. . . . . .
1.l" ?..r', p n Anartmonta on Clark dlreet 110 ters heave Intended for McRae.' How-. AV1AA11
ROT 720 The ordinance drattedwhen
.Stupko per month. A, J. Thomaa.. Jr. new wa _" '\ -
..
rflIqPr A..t 40r ll1lt" Mh ever, his third pas connected with the City Council felt that IM !
''' ........' ......., ... Thomas who 9LI
> i 48
t scampered
> n 'Tnn>> PP. "-'""'_.Fadloa. aleck Patten band.. son S. yards fees levied for such licenses could 1
....("lo-n..ctlmattt'. -til tn.".. |low .".t..... bee on Old Fllnnitlnar Itond Finder for the Tornadoes' second touch be made more fair and Just. City
..,to O Tor. ,. riulfrl koen money .and return baff I"Imn..n. I ,
.. '" "Pnoelle Slat worm??. Aflame Hrown orhv Attorney George Patten wrote a y
,... Un ISIISF0" / ftp er Ruby John kicked off to the \\llllMon I
number of municipalities and asked
V P. .("ape ,...... / 1'141':1': TRICK TlnKH foe unl*. ".2112n prior to 20 yard line and Smith for copies of their license ordlnanetto
rwM/earn ,
."Tarr ...".r. tee II luro Rervlp fltoro Ito returned' It nine yard to tilt
"'" "vll .
..,. < roomf see how moat of them were setup
alt It" .,
"" itae. t
own 29. After
.
1O..n an Incomplete
""' port RFVT--Ileneo'a furnlohod pnt- ,
fI' Tr"lllnvMw"rth, Stan*. pi,' ., Klnvalev IjikInquire Mra I: forward .pa*.*, Hughe picked. and to get an Idea as to the I
It.. Jno Hoover. ,, Church 81, .11. IDII21 most just and effective way 01 1 1
I UPIIOLSTEIU"I up nine yard before the half
wa railed.Wllllston drawing up such a bill.
Patten said the ordinance 1 In

GETS kicked off to open the force In Ocala seemed to be the

second half and Johns was stop. best of them all and he and City

ped on the return at the 26 yard Clerk\; Carl Johne worked on the

ET line. On the next play John; bal of It. Under the provision

picked up six yards and Rowe followed of that law a business Is taxed Modernize Your

It up with five more. An nn the amount of stock It had n

offsides penalty was caned against the book at last Inventory with

for BHS however, and the ball was s minimum shares! of approx.
Home
brought back to the 32 yard mark. Imntetv S5, no matter how smal! .

er. After Martin failed to gain. the stock.

theSTARTING fee? Johns picked cup three yards ancon All a result, he said. a numbeof
Your property does not have to be paid for
the fourth down punted 4C businessmen. will find their 11

vards to Smith, the Wllllston safety -eni e fees Increased while th

man. smaller business will find the Y to get a loan. You can enjoy the comfort and :10: %

After Williston fumbled twice won't have to pay as much a'

FIRST WEEK IN nnd failed to make a first down MMinl. This. Is the most just an d look, of home modernization while you pay 3ii
they kicked but the play was fair way. he said and a numbeof ,

railed bRt'k.whpn* the Tornadoeswere cities are switching to llcens re Down

WITH charged with roughing the ordinances of this type. easy monthly installments. Our firm will\ iWith

kicker. Cannon picked up the ,

T5\.T YOU tnct necessary Wtlllston yard for went the Into first action down TB Seal Institute help you with your planning financingand

again. Held Here
Tuesday
ROW estimates of materials! and recommend reliable F.H.A. Title I IConvenient Loa
The vUltor worked the Ici')
ball The Bradford. County Chapte r! Confidential.!' I yip
down field on a eerier" of "
running
of the Tuberculosis Assoclatlo if
p contractors you wish Little ..tai
play and Smith carrle.! As
You trill find a new was host Tuesday to the all da
over from 13 .
yard out forS'llllston'n
meeting of the TB Seal Sale In
\ first and only _.... 00
tltute. The .
forthcoming \World Series meetl"wa.I \ hel
Wmlth carried
the ball
hi. own right end for the around" In the American Legion Hall from Check the Items $9 ''r' )...nlh
eats 9: Even better than there
being point and they went bark tokll'k Seventeen ToP
member of the TFAssociation Years
off.After You Need { Three
with "" "rellenl a tin,I '4

Crawford failed to gain, 'rom Alachtia. Cltnt. :Marion D SCREENING KITCHEN of B.I.o 1'
= MODERN
Also Coming For Your TV Pleasure Johns ploughed through the WIG Nassau. and Bradford t'> ,intiewere .' CABINETS D

llston squad. for 19 yards. McRar In attendsne.. Th.. ...>eetnwa e 0 PAINT JOBS
D NEPORCII
gained five and went bark for presided over bv Miss France D PLASTERING!

Football Games of the Year more to pick up another two yards. Neel director of Field Serviceflreetin O ADDITIONAL ROOMS '- 0 NEW ,

Johns carried for three and BHS ''* were given' bv Mr. J D GARAGE '" (U WALKS and DRII'Ett'SlgY

gained another first down. Rowrpicked Walnwrlght.. president' "FmllRiceell INSULATION
up three yards and Johns ." the story of the. > Tun<>r. D NEW ROOF H WINDOW

Starting September 29th got loose on the next play again -iilrvsl el. was riven by Ml s. O SIDING ,. PICTURE

but the gain was nullified" on a Mary Chrunitl. field secretary. or HINGES ''t n FIREPLACE 'E
backfield In motion penalty A followed bv a film. "Standing Behind BLOCKS Q FAIRBANKS MORfWATER ;

PLUS A BILLION DOLLARS pas Intended for Winkler ws no' the Double-Barred Crn",'". SYSTEMS:

rood but WUIlston. received! a 15'I After luncheon at the ntildnn

Worth of Entertainment in New Fall Programs yard penalty on the play for rough- Grill the afternoon session was Mall Till Ad Tuday-Our Repreentail .Ail fm"Obligation.

Ing the pasner. I devoted to seal' promotion nues .

John opened the fourth quar. tlons and discussions. and a talk

DEMAND SERVICE BY ter with a four yard gain and a'' Dresented. bv Miss Edna: Prince" l Name ---______.____________ __
first down. He ploughed through, field secretary. -

again for another' first down and Address __________--____--___ __
SERVICE MEN WHEN YOU eleven yard. McRa. nudged over Rotarians Discuss

for two yard but hla Uammates I Phone ..______ -
Trade
YOUR TV SET were offside and BHS received a ; AssociationsThe

five yard penalty John. pickedup benefit to be derived from For All Your Needs Ph.4'W

eight/ and then picked op two membership In trade association Building .
mora but lacked
for
enough
a first
the of
was topic discussion at the
down and he kicked the ball out
Rotary Club luncheon
Chas. C. on the Wllllaton 20 yard line. Wll Wednesday. The meeting
program was In
llston fumbled the
on first down
charge of James A. Lewis.
and the ball rolled behind their
Those taking in
goal line. BHS gained two points \ part the dlacusslon gTARK&BUILD

,1 on a safety when a Williston player were Dr. A. Y. Covington

RADIO TV SEAT COVERS threw: the tumbled ball over O. 3. Newcomb. E. L. Mathew,

UPIIOLSTEIU"I his head and out of the end son I S. R McKay, A, U Crosby, Jr.. -"-at S.A.L. DEPOT".C7 g2 .4o.IL45W'"

|, a* be wa being tackled. and A J. Thomas, Jr.

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a iT\IIIU'', FIAJtUU'RIU..\\', :tI'U.UUEU: : 214. 111FARMER'S ;

-- ..- In thin county for years and years
and he has records the sale of
on

'1 How To Build #' .'.'",J'I

and continued up through
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s
r Jl' '' about 1943 when he finally quit
DIARY Church :"
$20,000 .. rowing[ berries. It was hard to
t
I :...' tell just when. he did start keepIng '

By Sam McGarvey: I ;r'!; ,,!, lat Works Miracle I the records for the pages were. \
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( The author Mill be glad to receUe I For $10OCO .r all brown and he neglected putting -

/ Items. of Interont concernIng I down the year for the first

the activities ol farmer In i I few years, concentrating only on
C .
Bradford County. Suggestion. may I the months, days and amounts.

be left at the Telegraph office or Add another to the growing lint tug on the building without pay, Then ever so often In betweenthe

mailed to Sam McGarvey Law try, of new church building that are I I every time they had a chance sales records, you'll find where

I. Florida. dotting. the landscape In Bradford I With Sapp on hand to /guide them. he has jotted down the fact that
---. couldn't very well go wrong. Around Bradford County
County these dajx. they they had a bad storm and halt

L dry spell waa finally well we can do with this balch.1 Moat of the men hud to quit With Holcomb KernsThe I pounded the crops pretty badly.
rains. Also to feed the This attractive structure, now Or where he broke precedentand
,le moderate going work a while this spring In order Bradford County Soli Con a
L It was drier little of the antibiotics to see If nearing the final stages of com- able planted when everyone else
II i< that, I tr to gainer their crop, but an ironas servation office. under the
pletion Is the Bayless Highway, +
jv. around here we can't make them grow faster backto Brown has was afraid to and made a good
of
farmers r dN I this wo mar they went leadership Oeorge
Baptist Church which from amerger
ember at this time of .a grew plugging away on the .-hur,-h. been established for quite awhile crop. In short, just about anything -
I But we have had some Poor little Bunkie died last of the old' Wateroak. and And lo Biul behold:-an a resultof herein Starke, but only recentlydid of Importance In the way of
Corinth
be that we week, despite all our efforts to congregations.When I Bradford County agriculture durIng -
Band It may I of these their hard! work and determination. they receive funds with whichto
n-ulth, _re so that we save her. For about 10 days we the good people tliey'H hine that $20.000 Inaugurate; a program. With all these years, Is recorded] in
two decided
churches \ to join
kept her alive by hand feedingher forces It soon' became obvious that building completed In about three these funds, they bought two Mr. Hornsby'a little record books.
a v and even had to lift her up church winks and. It will\ nine cost. just. pieces of equipment to rent to After showing U8 his record
needed building.
on her feet to a little exercise they a new books Mr. Horrwby> told that
get us
that many berry amount-apprmintatcly plan.
at present
,Ii i: rd As a matter of convenience, they half that farmers and are
lid their beds made rak- and although we finally atoppedthe desired the new structure to be ;; $10,000! ning to buy two more. he's been a resident of Bradford
scours with Sulmet "oblets"she I PUTTINOJ- TOUCHKS: on the steeple of the County ever since he and Mrs.
[ and in good condition apparently was too far gonei halfway between Corinth andWat..roak Highway Baptist Church are T N. Norman, H. B.Kelly All this was accomplished' with Hornsby were married in 1893.
LI. and this rain we arev and too weak to recover. As In If possible. So when new Bayless "volunteer" out even the encouragement of a Allowing for quick figuring and
Two of the three men are
225 thegroup and T U Sapp.
seems to be Just what the case of Early, here too we dc Highway was completed built regular full-time pastor Rev. J. poor mathematics we guessedthat !
We do not have 'our I not know what led to Bunkle's bought property on It and wotkera, and that's how this handsome building was R.: Ladil drives out from Jacksonville they have lived In this county

?. for we had them sickness and eventual death. If we began making plans for the new from WO.OOO: blueprints at a com of $10,000. \ on the second and fourth Sundays 1 58 years. And they didn't move

Ely about a month agog I did It wouldn't be so bad for then church building. to preach, but otherwise far when they came, having lived

e meantime they we could correct the mistakes we They weureil) the blueprint designed $30.0(10( building we-Ted Just a a year ago by hiring a man to, they're without a minister, I II beforehand almost on. the Clay

and we have to had made. for a church that had been IlllIn ""lor reiu-h. Will, they ha.11 i lay the concrete blocks. Next they founded the County line.Looking .

sain. And so In a short time we have built elwewhere at a coed of 20.000, their hearts set on that church :; employed T. L. Snpp to foreman The pioneers who through the records we
lost two valuable heifers which'we 'and began figuring how they and a.. the old sajlng goen- ,, the job and perform 'any of the, church buck In 1807 would U
the dry weather out, hoped to raise for replacementmilk might build substantially the. same ""here there's. a will, there's a work that called for a skilled lit mighty proud of tile spirit I ing that Mr. Hornsby sold eight
[planting are a failure cows and now are back to thing" at a much less. .."..t. .K\eii: way.' carpenter Then to help things I aim .ol'.rallnn. that went Into thee crates during the beginning of the
>t get good germination where we started with only Joy ...combined the Corlnth-XVateroiik I along, all the male members of th building of the. new Ba>le..i. Highway 1011 season for $52. Then, right

jogs which did come up We know that we have to get ,membership. totaled only 85, and' :n They began construction In July church pitched In and began work, I naitlxt (......r..h.'t JoiO next to a "Dr. Pierce' Favorite-

,red away But we'llbusy another heifer but right now, after Prescription" ad there wall another

get and plant all losing the other two we think we MODERN CATTLE RUSTLER RIDES IN A PICK-UP TRUCK I entry showing that he had sold a
n. had better wait. In farming we
crate for only 275. These were
have learned that bitter disappointments all 32 crates.
I quart
h we undoubtedly were! are bound to come I J, Edgar Jioo"er, director, of the i Fill Director Pescribi-M! Change' In portion of the actual total' of cattle I f So should hear of
t ,In planting Englleh peas, and that you have to be able tc I I! Federal Bureau of Investigation Methods Used Hy :Men Who Raid rustling Incidents. you anyone
planting
mistake we think I a crop way out of season
\ads< a take them. The facilities of the FBI Labor
has announced that FBI Investigations
jatmg the seed with Sper- a .' I of violations of the law Herds Armed Only With Flashlight atory, however are available tc and you figure that's the first

[ are going to plant some Took Big Red our registered which prohibits the interstate all local !law enforcement. agencies\ time It's ever been done, you'd
i week and we will treat Duroc male and Porky the big transportation of stolen cattle I and distance to save him from being end received sentence of five I II for the examination of evidence in better go talk to "Grandad" Horns.
: Identifit.l.baring I years! two years find non. year and cattle theft casen. by before you talk about It because -
indicate that cattle rustling '
grade sow to market. Red weighed clearly the 1031 fiscal year, 21' one day Aberdeen Angus cattle The services of the Laboratoryhave he may have done the same
continues to porsb' t in many
t, Toby, and Butch areUl 425 pounds, and Porky 290 persons were convicted as a result valued. at $2,700 were recovered helped In establishing' the thing 50 years ago. If he didn't
sections' of the country.
I in the corn field. Com- We got only 7 1-2 cents a pound on of FBI Investigations of violations In another caRe Investigated by Identity of stolen cattle as well ivllh equipment he'll know who did

w 16 months old and a Red as there was no. demand fora The old-time outlaw bands have of this law and received the Mil two individuals were convicted aa assist Ing In the Identificationof .
and we been replaced, however by a more five In connection with the We were on hand out at the
|i heifer she la 1-2 cents a sentences totaling 83 years, forged documents which are Here's another first In Brad
.ing\ of having her bred) stock boar and 17 modern type of rustler, Mr. Hoover months and one day. Stolen cat. tr.iiiNpuitatlim to Maryland of 17! sometimes utilized In stolen cattle Farmer's !Market !Monday morning ford County! Hubert Rouse, New
bull. pound on Porky, or a total of recovered result of FBI steers. valued al $6OOO stolen when the first piece of equip
jftereci Black Angus ) explained. The cattle rustler to- tie as a transactions.Mr. River, Is the first man In Brad-
1 not be a year old until I'about $80 for the two. We hatedto day Is generally riding In a pickup Investigations were valued at more front a stockyard In Philadelphia Hoover pointed out thai ment was rented. It was a cultl Ford County to harvest certifiedoat

-( she has a long time sell Big Red as he was a fine truck and Is armed with a flashlight than $13,000. Both of these persons received one current economic conditions and packer and was rented to Rustacn: seed. (We haven't checked

ore we think of having I I animal and sired some mighty and wire cutters. Instead I In one case three Individuals year, six' months sentences.Tho the possibility of black market Kelly for the planting! of 12 acres, with Mr. Horn by yet, but from

Butch la busy putting I I good pigs, but we were glad to gets of stealing large herds, as was the who stole a total of 40 head of FBI's Investigative jurls- operations may encourage an In' In I'ennacoln' Hahla grass' on his I all Indications Rouse is the first.) ;
t steaks roasts, etc.) ,, rid of Porky a she was "so mean custom in the legends of the frontier cattle at various times in Florida I diction In cattle theft cases covers crease. In cattle rustling. The bla'kmarket place out towards New River.

,\ not know how old he her hide wouldn't hold her". She West the modern rualkr! will I and sold them in near-by Alabamawere only those' In which Interstate In the paat has provideda After Kelly had left with the

lefore we can have him i I looked on any fence as a challenge I take only a few head at a time convicted In Federal courtIn I transportation Is Involved, and. Hi lucrative outlet for stolen cattle, packer we talked with Brown
But the three are and because she was so big I and depend on rapid transportatkm connection with these thefts such would constitute' Only a small he said. about the future plans of the soil
what With went where she conservation office I IIIO Ir
} ing a time she generally ---- --- --- and received

,ws, corn cowpeas, hairy pleased.' And then too she could I Thumb. soap, and does a more sanitary S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka.l) the records in City Clerk Carl HOme Information that should be
in d an assortment of gras- be dangerous at times as for ex I heartening: to nearly every farmer
it. What more can the ample the time when she charged Job because hotter water can, be Japan He has been In the Marine I John. office. Among those Issue)) In the county Hesldes' the cultl

lily ask for? ., u. .and almost bit Alice. Anyhow: ,, Installed Alice's combinationclothesdishwasher1 used. Bust part of this machine Corps since 1030. He !Is the son of recently were: packer, they have an 'Enny.fl!"'
I ." .' < "we are in thO' process of going' irr the kitchen Is'tl i t by switching tub the Mrs W. F6odwln"of"Starke- and O. S. Drown on South Orange e fertilizer spreader. and sender for

jiler right; field again with"out of the hog business' but we and It proved to be qulte, s jvb equipment also washes clothes. the husband of Mr.. Rose L- Godwin St. who plans to adj three room, rent now. Both pieces of equipment .

[that It may be better to are already planning on going Carpentry, plumbing electrical / 21 Valley Road Crossvllle, rent for $5 per day or 73 ,
I any times and let the: back Into It. We like hogs and I wiring, and a great deal of fussing Godwin In Japan Tenn. and a porch to his home. Valueof cents per acre with a minimum t

rasa, et< rot each time I think that they can be made U and fuming and the machine was the work Is estimated St ".000. charge of $3. 1 rasa ; '
'I (
Shan tr to cut It under,I pay If you can raise enough ol j finally Installed. And now Alice Warrant Officer William F Building I'ermils Henry Qrlffl received a permit Brown said they figure this I III tlrIt'ffo

c. Don't know this to your own feed and It you have has In effect an extra hand to Godwin V. S. Marine Corps, Is to build a small frame residence just' enough to keep the equip. Ii16EOk II

|r I. but are doing It and I fences which will hold them. And will! I help her In the kitchen, for the I serving as Assistant Rifle and Recent building permits In I on Orange St. which has been ment In Rood condition and replace I
for ourselves. Inclden- also If you have sows which still dish washer takes less time lest Pistol Range Officer with the U. Stark total $2,20:) according to I I valued! at $1,000. It when It filially become

fie big old ragweed and I bring good sized Utters. We worn out.
l are really tough and dc have 18 pigs, two .sows and one
I up without a fight. Befr bred gilt. They are now dickering with "Jk

not. one big weed stalk I dealers on a IS.foot John Deere :

I tough It punched a hole \ Had a very enjoyable time at No grain drill with fertilizer; attachment .
I so I while the sale was goIng k w '
uffler
of the tractor the market Buy and a palmetto or roller --
irlnka roars as she works. on talking to J. R. (Nookle) cutter. Barring no mishaps. first certified seed
a Wainwright Learned from him .
I ti, hand weed a small I that the new Soil conservation Brown said that this equipment
availible for wtlhI\ purchased and As with Grandad Hornsby' we
| beef Alice had planted !Service! \ machinery Is shortly '
tad
the County available for rental to farmers a heck of a time ever catching
wered that something has I hire by any farmer in any
kith thf weeding. Beets but preference wilt be given tc Interested in the soil conservation Mr. Rouse at home, but we waited I

I alike had roots entirely those who have signed up for SC its a Great; Caar-a Grea-tValue program To rent the present and until supper time Monday evening
away, so that pulling 1 practices. It seems to u* that equipment a farmer Is asked to went barreling out there.

IS the simplest job In the this Is a fair plan and It may bi ee contact Brown at the Soil Conservation Sure, enough, It worked again. +

\', found some tiny worm i the solution to the problem loti office right across the hal Apparently, all hard working folks

tiered If they were the I of us have which Is: How to gel from the draft board above Set do go home to rat

a certain Job done by farm zer's store The variety planted by Rouse Li
S ao' machinery without Investing a loi a II the new Southland oats, supposed !

a hook from Dr. and I of money. For example, we coul Some folks may think that keepIng to be more disease' resistant than '

("er, of Kingsley Lake\ use the fertilizer distributor, or the< records. around a farm Is n any oats up to the present time. I I',

u /rltten for beginners I I cultlpacker just a few times dur new tangled Idea but some smart He put out' a bushel and a half.of 1

g It is not flattering tc'i Ing the year and we will gladly farmers have been doing It for seed per acre over 30 acre and
\
.' ,dloe (we have been pay a reasonable amount to hire \ years It seems. For Instance figures the average. yield per acre I I
'or( about three"1 I the equipment rather than invest' James (Grandad.) Hornsby, who at about 00 bushels They were I

h (it'-s on the basis ol':, money In it for only a limited use I II II hut a record In black and whiteof .,grqwn! from -Foundation seed and

1ae. ompllshed It U i Whole thing sounds Ukc a pro.. I .every pint of strawberries he when the final tabulation were I.

at Thanks! anyway. I!'gressive step to u*. sold. In a busy lifetime of farming In from the State Department of I II

I I I Agricultural his seed had a higher

0-lb bag of hog mm-. ', We have heard many farmer I I i germination rate than did the
r, 00 lb. of fish meal and I 1 say that they have stopped feed. i original foundation seed!

der which we put ', Ing their hens' mash because they] r I On the three different l lots of

d for the Moats tc''I| have stopped laying We read, weed tested by 'the Agricultural

'1\ Also add a lull''I i that this is not a good practiceI "1 F : Department the germination
on
t' .. flshmeal.\ The anl- because according to the Infor .one was 87.75 percent the
;
.
I other
r.. "1,1about It, and we''I I mation' the hoN need the prated a 06,25 percent and tHe third, M,
r'' (, 'P It supplied what to make feathers, and thus gel percent The germination
I on the
?
ie fern raiding" It once" over the moult BOonrr'e thin ,foundation seed had been listed
h. We would have preI that It depends a lot on whethei as 03.75: percent.

I"", tnnkage but we eould you have a flock Just for you 71 1.I _.___WI twllll.arepilie.l/.raMrbnp",1"-',.."... Rouse also said records Indicate
allable. own use. In which case It may b<' that these Southland Oats !
provide
a a well to Just feed con 30
Just a" percent more grazing than
ate,' elon vine has volun- while the hens are taking a rest other variety developed thus' any

(I h' in hack of the Road- But If you are selling eggs the Is a great time to buy a new anything eke on the road. Silver too. Asked what he was going far to

:'d it Alice, has let It grow It might pay to hurry the gall TillS and Pontiac it the best Streak performance that will delight do with all that seed he said he
,I
D. i- some small melon along by feeding mash'e aI"'I buy you can make! you for years, and economy unfturpavaed. figured he'd sell part of it and
I know also glvlnj
if |It will make' ours math and
giving save of it
When buy Pontiac Pontiac Is a thoroughly part to plant again next
them milk. you a you are .
e anl 'I .... S. sure that every one of your new car good car, in every way! year This was

II itlv Ts doing pretty Little "Tom Thumb", the halt dollars is buying a full measure of Come In and get our deal-It's your Rouse seeing quite a how project for Mr.

think that we will. sized pig Is doing very well. H e solid value-beauty distinct from best buy right now! : Navy man as and has he's lived a. relred .
r" b" on
bred soon \V" a scare one da y
now. gave us quite this New River farm
three
only
.r. 'tie. iyrup In her feed' when we went down to the hog I he kept the records year. According to Mr.. Rouse.

and It seems tn,I hotel and picked apparently him up. He and wainot ai :Dollar fmc Dollar I alto also informed ua their son

breathing thing So many people mentioned these H C. La supposed to leave for the

." : 'a, good supply of eggIs .i I I I we limp knew as a dishrsg.he let out But down a squeal first he and ran A..rl...-. ........-Pri.tme e..l !Mr.l.ht Fight': you citaVt Jbcwt a.Drlvti ; catch records Brother that we Hornsby began trying at home to years Navy In the the 23th.service Rouse He spent, unlike 21

'r,; the deep thlnktng freeze.of put. when around we like put mad.Mm Brother when .t-Prlre I By i '! 10,11.-1'" nut tmat he move around faster. than a kept his promise to buy a farm

'" : tried some of the I a baby pig sleeps. It really obtained eleepeAnd .l Silver! lr...klralh .I.It. ... I newspaper reporter, for we madeat and settle down "when I retire.1
Ipe this week, and I speaking of pigs/ we \... < !<* '
'.. \ !ltls : least a dozen trips to his place a S a
Light
or
(contains
Aurofae
a pound of P on the old Blandlng road without Our "Tip of ,
the. Week"
'
fed- winner
ueov which we are ..-.
." 2 Aureomycin) batch of pigs ir ... >!..! .....mt\tm\ TMaC .......1. ac'T. catching; him horn. Ha was always this time U R. A. Nettles who-
Is to getr I Ing" to the latest .1..1 Ily. ..y tl..ht>rMcGRIFF off "hog hunting" or fishing suggests that we
giving drop around
the 200 chl..klI Usow meal, and which we are
} Finally we thought of a way to sometime and look
I Going'to use a'r. to the shoat In the corn field outfox over Mayor J,
him. and
Monday we mad. R.ValnWrlght'a
.,' brooder and I of the new antibiotics farming operatlon > .
This one
It
a point to get there right at *
east of
'Ins Starke.
Thanks
to keep the conas -'I supposed to make pigs grow MOTORSTEMPLE
dinner tlm.. Sure enough, there for the tip. Mr. Nettle
e possible to bigger and better Number Ones he was eating but and we're
getting outtln
Lots to speed up ready, your name down for athreemonths
of folks""It i la also supposed to take right off
almost 100 pet the growing of runt pig, so wi AVE. & PRATT ST. Mr again. subscription to the
t .:If' to see how i will see what It does for Torn STARKE, FLORIDA Hornsby grew strawberries Telegraph Who'll be.next?






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In Circuit r.curt. Bradford ouaty,, Yb'u In the above -
CHINESE STUDENTS POSE PROBLEMSBUT .' ., .. ramfd
OUR DEMOCRACY by Mat .1" < hanrery fourt and ceucs and you ar*
:
I Kduard K I'Hlmer, Plaintiff' V8 qulred to serve a copy of 'e- IIIn
SOLUTION FOUND AT B.H.S. FISH'N'S FUN _.u, y I'almer, defendant. awer or pl..dln. to the complaint your a-

I Cane No. 8(77 on the Atorn.y, T. Frank
\WHA1'FREEDOM BRINGS Order Of Pllblli-elloet And NiCe T*h Landrum, !Starke; i
County Mchool officials and file t"111 '"
ran Into not the usual] .'
I Juale. curriculum I Ity Bill Baker Apprar,.Hla'* Of Florid Tel the original In the office of the ."art. _"
two real problem students when I followed by American youngsters. /;$' TO Lucy Palmer, whoa residence and Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be WI' Casun, "l
I {'hool opened In Lawtey last week Don _/C__ \1 FKKDOM. AS WC!: HAVE COME J" address 'la: (I W.. Avenue, Bridgeport fore the Und day of October; 1851; Jurr r:1:
Parker reading specialist I I -. KNOW Conn. otherwise th* allegations '
The students I The wealhpr looks more llkf IT IN AMERICA; It.'IIIGS'I of said
were two Chinese boy for I the School Board has been giving ( 4TINDtPCNONCeOFMINOAND. ;. Ton are required to appeal on Complaint will b* taken .. Con. 0.0.. ) 0'i "Uh"
J who fishing -day are on the back : : fagged by IOU PP. ", ,
haven't been In this way "
country the youtha a series of tests to) October S3, 1951 In the abov naTmed 9''S'i'p ,
r long and as a result, had no records for awhile. For the first time In ---- 5PiV1SECURTVPOMOPESN., "" !: Court and cause, wherein plaintiff' This notice .h.1 b* published deit Marl' .r;; ,
find out the grade In which they; seeks divorce. Bradford County one each week four I .
upon which school officiate muM! should be registered. many weeks fishermen have enjoyed f THE oproKTumiy' n LIVE WHEKC till CHQOSCMD WKXWHfKG M WILl.. Telegraph shall! publish this OrderIn weeks In the Bradford County concutlv Tele. Fran It,F, .
1'
base a decision as to which grade some cool days and good/ nest four weekly lasues graph 'u, I I

I they should be enrolled in. When these test are completed I, fIMhln,.. Those old bass with the Witness my hand and official Dated this 19th day of September, Oct'h, '' ,
seal at $; Stnrk, Florida, this September 1951. COUr 'c i,0,
officials will know how the "bit in their teeth" .
j One just' twrboys : are on the II 5het,1
18 20. 195))I.
Wong Ngucy has been
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. ,
prowl again. This be attested It. OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J Thomas J. Thomas. n" !
f in the United States three year.; should be handled. Mean can I ( CI.rl of the Circuit Court In a. .t'lt UbU.roT.I.
Aa Clerk of said Court
by Bill Ftodkey of Lake Geneva By Diaper 'Witit J.w. ; the other, William Lee, 17, has only while, the youngster have shown I Py Myrtle T. Denver Deputy ClerkOhna ) Deputy Clerk 'Ii' : hO'4, '..
who caught one tipping the scales n Hess, J04-OK Ouaranlv,, Lit. el21| 4tNOTICIO .
been here 1012 .
I one year. They both how adaptable the school system' at 11 1-4 pounds last Saturday I Hiilldlnir., Jacksonville. Florida.Atlys. TO ;' I' tilt11

attended school since their arrival Is, for they're In a class of fifth, Bill fur I'lf. *|2l4n 4t 10111 la Court nmtlffurd APPRttt | tOC'F't'l!;
was very excited over this rl..1 County,
I but the schools were primarily designed grade standing hut designed to,'I ."n.ldl rhajfteerr. nv 3t I' ..A;

I to teach them English Ian-1(meet their particular needs. big fellow' as Bill it was his biggestever I Ordinance Of 0'1'1.1 Tke CHr Of ....... John Dorothy K. MacKensI nnyretither Plaintiff, v., "hn ,, ", ".
cauirfit. Dodameade of I-tayreuther, De TII"II .
I Florida, llelatlna; To Federal Old I fendant. "'
-I Ja>(. baa a few words to any about I< tite sad urilvwre. ....n........ Case No. IU6 Al a'ti'I'li ..

I the good fishing weather, too. Bill I 4flIahn *<>. 1:1An : .,-, \otl*'*> To Appear.To ,

Ii Fires Take Heavy farm Toll 1 and party boated 13:I finny beauties .... ordinance declaring. the policy reuther: Utorothy whoso realdence?MncKenxl, Bav- In C i,0 .'"P, To. API\\.
I anil of the ont ad. i.'lapi.Iit
City of "StnrUe,
the purpose .
same day, the biggest weighing Florida to extend to the employees dress Is20D3, Monticello Avenue, I.tuw..j; .....,>

!3 I pounds. All these fish described MATCRIACLV. rDOM BRINGS ATCR.ftSWA.tPS FOR INDIVIOUAUCNPGAVOK. and. .officials, of Tftld. City of Mnrke_ prnnx_., Xew_u York.___ .. Alt H I l'j '.
nOt .". .."' ... "r .
above ny law '" "r.oy that "
---I were cauffht. on .THAN ANY REGIMENTED SYSTEM H*S EI/CR SEEM ABLE.TO' benefits; :; of the avfttem of Federal stilt for Divorce ha*, been filed %...... '., <.*M ... "I>

shiners PROVIDE.THIS MANS HIGHE C/W/Vtf 3TAMPAR.DS FQH ALL Of US.( Olil A..n and Survivor's Insurance. against YoU In the above named j cl".1'0. ,V .
S a :at. 'hnrl."II by the Federal Social C..urt and cans and YOI are re. .
Si-ciirlty. Act nnd amendments to serve a copy DIIstilt ...
your an.
t e r John Hall, of Therensa. has been .- thereto upon the bards. of applicabletiate ewer cir pleading; to the complaint ,'. \

; doing right well on "muddlggers", and Federal laws' or rfKiilatlonat on the Plaintiff's. Attorney, Ray oonipi, ,
nuthorlnlna; and dlrectlnar the I..lcl..n, "Selden. 11.ln "
lately out this way. Moat Buldlnl. Dayton.
every ""vnr. or other chief executive officer l..a"h. Florida, .. CUlrt I
time he goes out he has been bring. to execute agreement and original 'In the office of the Clerk swer ntilred

ing In from five to eight nice / amendment thereto with the State, of the Circuit Court on or before nn Ih, .p '..
Agency authorised to enter Into the 22nd day lf| October 1951:
lie says "Just hook on the nuch agreement, for coverage of said otherwise the all..atlnnl of said in'I'I' '

ger* and let him drift up I I.I employees anil officials, providing Complaint wi as 001. (" ', \,
ballS./I/ for withholding from salaries. anti feed by YOI. fore Ihotherwli
a Illy pad. and the old bass
I wffffes of employees. and officials, of This notice shall b published : i 'a.
won't let him alone." The unlil City so covered to be made and once each week for four.consecutive Oomnlaled I '

thing he will not tell In the nnltl over aa provided by applicable. u-eeka. In the Hrndford County Tel. hv Inn
elate or Pedpral taw or reffiilfttlnns. graphTutted. Thl 1 ,.
Lion of the lake he has been going provMrna that said City shal 1 this 13th day of September _.

to. A fisherman brags!: about II 'ipproprlate, .ifnd pay over employ 1951 week Y.
/ -.'. nntrlMitlons as provided hv apnllcaMe (OFFICIAL SKAT.' ) A. .r. graph I'
everything but the lake he Is fishing Thnma. .
Slate or Federal lawa nrrinfrulatlons Clerk of the ("lr"llt rut"" ,l

In. They always get! HO quiet providingthat patti City I Myrtle T. Denver, Deputy Clerk ,I 151 ,

when asked for the name of the hHll keep records antl make reports 9121| ( 1013| Ic
ia reoiilred by applicable State' or
lake they just came from with Federal laws or regulations: XOTICI TO APPB1R ::1y'nl' '.'

"Old Loagy". pit: IT ORDAINKn:; PT TMR CITY In Florldai Ir..lt ou.,. Itrndford County I '
lit ha
( (hnnrerr
p TOl-NCir OK TUrn CITY OF
STAHKR FU> Ma.te Beatrice WillIams Plaintiff '''I u'i: 'ro
RlnA. Ail FOM.OW3, I-
{ )
Cornea fall of the year and insteps .I, Hectlnn 1. It la hereby declared. .nt. Allen Wllllnms, rivfend. 'I."II I.ui, "'IPI

schooling time for the kids tn he the policy And purpose of the Motlce To Appear. Case No. 8678 ,''In.'ln, o h..,..

and the bass. Yea, sir, bass go to I I AND FREEDOM saiNO S WITH' IT THE OOifSAT/OM '"' MAINTAIN/ city effective of Starke aw of, January Florldn. 1.to 10H1.extend to. .To: Richard Allen Williams, whose 1.1..n n.1, ,i" MI.

__ .rhnnl.. The rilfrfrenf" __ fhlnir- fheu_n_ / OUR. PCMOCRACy A*A FOKCe!: FOR SPIRITUAL/ & ACHIEVEMENT the employees. And officials there residence You .are 1* hereby Unknown. ,..fl'e Tn 'Pp.... ("\

r 1 Thla scene Is repeated every 3. Flammable wood ahingles. do not learn Is to let a lure alone. ANO MATERIAL ACCOMPLISHMENT. of er. not excluded In by connection law and with whethemploved a- suit for Divorce "nUt..d that filed a anil TOI n.: ,HII'J', : 0'' .

11: 1 live minutes on tome American When re-roofing, use fire retardant They will give all you fishermensome '_ u _-. frnvnpn nnnt.t of oronrletarv rlln" ,against[ ... .. .-.you. _In..__the__.,above_u__ named. tillVntll. ,, .
L.un" .0"
t farm. ion, the Tnu ar. r.
h..n'It..n'th.
roofing material such as time when you get Into them Old' system or qulred to serve a copy of your an. t'itvRl N
Age and Survlvor'a You
fJ t r Here a barn goes up In flames asphalt shingles with the I EAST Ineuranctas swer or pleading to the on i ',
asbestos COAST
On or meUJ right lure. If they will BATTLES 'TURNPIKE'A authorlxed hv the Federal) Snclaectirltv complaint suit tnI'll j
't another farm it is the home which .. on the Plaintiffs Evan ?,
resists Art AInrn..y. AKulnnt .
flying and .
sparks not hit your favorite amendmenta there- T. Evans v i 1. .
and all too frequently it is the plug, try 'n. including Publlo and Neal Ivlln.,., Jr. 103 Court anti
entire farmstead. <4. Defective wiring and appli. small minnows. Rig your reel witha majority of Florida's East be created a "dangrroufl state t slut Cimirresa. and Law by Chapter 714 of vine taw. Exchange fu 1.1 nl. Jackson oulrril in ,it, 'I

I Losses totaled $105,000,000 and ances. Check capacity of the sys slip float to the depth of about Coast cities organized at Daytona patronage" In concessions for tH84l Florida "Statutes, 1951 ando In the 11'10..11.of. the Clerk .. original wer nr |i i t': "

III r 3,500 people died in fires on farms tem before adding a range in the 18 Inches, using no sinker. Hookon Peach Tuesday to combat a proposed restaurants and filling stations I, which cover hv such, plan all services cuit, Court on or before the of 22nd the (tiny cir nn T.nnclrum the, Pin I art 'u ",,'I

'I I I destruction last year. and and the same pattern of barn.kitchen Keep or another electric motor motors in and the two small minnows and cast toll turnpike from Jacksonville If the state should build a turnpike ''".'1 'In constitute Section employment* of enld Chapter". de- of legations October of, l51i said: oth."I.... the al 'he nrhlnn'Jn'" .r iCe r M'!" I
death Complaint Clerk
Is being will be Ih, .rrk
"HS4I r.aws "
I repeated in 1951. The National fuse boxes clean. Make repairs Into the middle of said school of to Miami. It was recently and these businesses would 'ormed In the of emnloy Florida of 11B1.said per- taken a. confessed by you. fore. n ICth 'j 1 1 I"I ,

r Fire Protection Association, sponsor promptly. Replace frayed exten. b...... Watch the fun then! Have learned that the State Improvement compete with those already in 'iv emnlovees thereof Tn pursuance City Thil" each notice week shall ha published otherwise th ''i

I', of Fire-Prevention Week, Oc lion cords you ever tried this fellow fisherman Commission and the exlgtenre. "f .snid policy nnd' for that rmcnoee. week In the Bradford for four consecutive ed fompltilnt hv' a II
County
tober 7-13 says the tragic thing 5. Lightning. Protect main ? Yep, It works. State Roatl Department are "toy.ing" Should the bypassing turnpike nav he City;he rerfiflred ahull) tnk by*apollcahlo such action I as r."h.n"I..t. Tel Thl you nnl .
( about this heavy loss of life buildings Stater this 28th day of nnco .. ,
and with September
lightning rods and 5e with the Idea.A be constructed, values Fetters) 1.awe or r..nlallon. Idol I
property I workii .
property is that 90 In th i.
farm Area can be percent of all inspect periodically to be sure Well your flsh'n reporter sees 27-man steering committee 'along U. S. 1 and other north- Section. 2. The Mavor or other OFFIClAt. SKAT) A. J. 'hnm. graph ..,
prevented connections hlef
by executive
are tight officer nf the City Clerk Pol..I.h. .
of the |
eliminating ordinary hazards. the bass schooling out on the 1ft kn. :I from nine counties was organizedto south highways would decrease rtf Htarke, Florida' la hereby author E Myrtle T. Davr, Deputy Ir..lt Cn..t Clerk 1951. i '

Here are the principal causes 6. Flammable liquid Don'tstore So to school (with the bass) he campaign against the toll road ISO percent the delegates declared. tapS nnd, directed to execute, nil '| 1012NOTICK | (011'11'JAI| : A l'
of farm gasoline or kerosene in or nerenpjnrv' agreement and _____ 12 (
fires according to the must go: Will let you know next which It was said would "bypass amend | ,
NFPA: near main buildings. I mentn thereto with the. Chairman TO Sl'PESR By Myrllt T nOIHK
1. Careless 7. Rubbish. time how many will miss roll call almost everything except Jacksonville Alex MacWIlllama state representative nf the Florida Industrial Cnrnmliiulnn In' ('I.ul r...... llrarirord ("..a.t.., I
s smoking habits. Don't
store rags, fm the "State" ..
tomorrow. School and Miami". Agency for the 1",1 Chancery.
k I Don't smoke In barns or in b"d. papers or magazines in closets. will have to from Indian Rlvtr Coun. "tnt*. nC Flnrldn. or hl" authorized Lorraine J. Fllackmore, Plaintiff > -rn trail

bi 1 Don't throw away a burning attics or barns. Clean out and let out for lack of pupils, he hopes Delegates attending the meet- ty, said that the Senate passed a ..pr..nl.tlv. for the purnor of Roy Edson Blackmore, Defendant.. vs. In {I..1 < ,.,,rf. ,
t I'! match or turn in for ing stated that the "'.n.I..I'lh. henefltn provided .." ..R.41"
cigarette. salvage. state legislature turnpike bill at the last session by Case No. 11643 'hR.
.?i i 2. and defective ,, 'n Id BVr t.m nf Old A... and "Cur- Notice To Appear. Florence. .
Dirty chim 8. Spontaneous ignition. Don't never Intended that the State but that vlvn..', To* 1"rJ Pr i
the House Roy
"bottled It Insurance Kdson .
and up"In to the employee llackmore, t'f. v. '; ,ril .tFi.
l'' neys heating plants. Repair put damp hay in the jnor-only RURAL Improvement Commission l issue three committees. .nd officiate nf thin Pltv n* provtdd residence I.: car of E. M. 1.fackley who., fenrlant.
promptly and clean at least once properly cured hay. Keep oily bonda (faa was suggested) for such In Pertton' 1 hereof. which ntrree.ment .. 1020 itt) Street. Denver Colorado. ci Ii
I a ;year. rags in metal containers.ALVAREZ' COMMON crsi MacWilliams further questioned I shall provide for nnrh methodH. VOI are hereby notified that a Notice Tn tftnenr.
S -- - --. --- a highway and, in fact, had repeatedly the authority of the Improvement' I of ndmlnlptrntlrtn nf the plan by for Divorce has been filed ToKdvtnr..) .! F' r.ienldenre
I --- turned down bllla l for an nld City nm are found hv the State' against you In the above named nnd' ,'Mr' ft
By Spud Johnson Commission to Issue bonds "with' *(T.*nrv tn he npce. ...nrv, for_ he prop. Court and cause and you are required Vnl are h.r., .*)
a eat coast toll road. out any authority from the legis .r and' eff Intent admin futrnt Inn to serve a copy of your anauer .,' for Olv'f h>' hfti
MUHiRF.SH WIn CORN They also' claimed there would lature" for thereof, and Khali he effective with or pleading to th. complaint .iiralnrtt VOl ] v
t1li Jill rt : Il such a road. reuppct to riervlrn fn emptoyrnent. on the Plalnllt.. Attorney Joseph Court nnd MM 'nd ion
STORER.B.ALVAREZ&SON "tlisf.thl8 .1 IIII I SEAS! UF.F.N
MORE Of>rU) BE DONEPlorida'S ; 'orm"cl .."..-. .h....- to..... ,.'ou..., .ft'., ..._._.u...pern. .......- Jacksonville., EMnt>l Guard Unit PreparesFor clerk. Thomas Mid the Board ,. IPSI.1'I".tlnn ). orlllnl In the office ot--th* Clerk tote rMintirriimn' n'
,t :I ;:;; :; Circuit Court Llln .llm., Ptnrlii Fti, ''dlY
co-'p I !hRS 3. on or before
this year Is I CompetitionIn already approved the offer of Withholding from the 8th dnv of O'nb.51 'the original' : h i >
Judge E. K. salaries. wages, or other compensutiohi ; otherwiute Clerk| of ihK r
an of the
example significant progress Perryman to adjudicate t of employees and allegations of unitS Complaint '
officials .
; TRANSFER In agriculture in the state, but It Rifle MatchesThe the court but the law requires I the purpose provided In Section for 1 by' you. will b* taken as confessed fore the 15lh th. Iiotherwise ,,i 'gt' '
ANDSTORAGE
Is still far from what farmers each county to also des made hereof, are and hereby shall authorized to b. This not fee shall h. published( Complaint ".,1 'tt -

CO. should be satisfied' with In production .I local National Guard unit ignate a counselor. imotints and at such he times matte aa In may the once weeks. each In week the for four consecutive ,0 Thin hv you notli- .h, X

of thla Important feed, crop. la i presently preparing for competition The law passed In the 1931 he required by applicable. Plate' or Telegraph Bradford County once each w-ctt *. f, *

When he pointed out recently In the Second Battalion Legislature, does not automatically shall Federal he lawn paid or over regulations to the ,Stare and 1951.Dated this Bth day of September, graph.19rate.T".."... In lh r iif >

I 5, that the thla will rifle match trophy, scheduled create Juvenile courts. Agency designated by thin ttth In '*
. Pq. w operate local crop year aver to This atll) said law or (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :3. Thorns ; r
'$ I age 15 bimhela begin in the near future. The must be done regulations to receive such amounta Cleric of the
'v long dJlltant'e per acre and Is the by special acts of Section. There. shall be By Circuit Court (OFFIdAT CR.t. "
; Myrtle
. I MovusG I best In the history of the state matches In the battalion are just the Legislature. However, the prints from available funds appro de. T. Davr, Deputy Clerk Clerk '

' "I V ,r' I anyshere In U. 8. Agronomist Russell Henderson of the first phase of the program fort law does require all counties tc amounts rived from, at rieneral Revenue, such _____ Oil| t (|2"SOTICK $ Hy Myrtle T T i r, |

-,1 the University of Florida Agrlcul- I Is part of the National Rifle hire a counselor and handle all required. to pay such promptly times. ..the may contrlhtttlon he- In Circuit Court.TO APPEAI 1'0'1'J'f

; : EXCELLENT ural Extension Service commendedfarmers Match sponsored annually by the Juvenile cases In a uniform man required of the City .. Florida la Chajnerry. CoaafF, % Til 4PITII"

: 4 ______ and research men for the National Guard In which the winning ner. employer federal law.by applicable or reg-tilatlons.state' which or Catherine Romeo O. Ca..pln.ll. Ilalnlltt. r.'..r.1. ('hnn.'rrr.'. Br.al.rtl >

STORAGE.: rapid progress In corn productionbut unit receives the National Thonlas explained that such hall. be. paid over to the lawfully Carpln.II I'Case No.nt. .j Wlila. Klltl-' 1'toin'W

also pointed out that the average I trophy. laws as this work a hardship on times'leslgnated; and In!State; the Agency at the Motlee T. Appear. Kltlel, 1'ffi-tid"' vEntire

Agents For r FACILITIES yield Is still one of the lowest The local unit will compete with I the counties for the Commissioner hy law and rea-tilatlona.manner. provided residence ToCatherine and address Carplnelll la: ohO ', To Sppea".'

; In the Southwest. other units of the battalion In the I have made up next year's budget 'itch Section' record 5. and The city shall beep Mrs. John Nlgro I01J South 49th of (fence To unit JliirKi.rp-fldil1. 4it'Yle

DELCIIERHROS. "Since the average yield of corn match to be held In the new before such legislative acts offic is may h. required make by aurh applicable reports Street Yo. are Philadelphia hereby Pennsylvania.. Street New. Y IVou
notified ,
55LL J See ua first i In Florida was 11 bushels per acre Gainesville armory On October 7. hilly reach them. As a consequence "ind
i iI during the 10-year period beginning Those trying out for the local team I Bradford County has nc regulations.adhere of the to State the Agency rulea and against separation you agreement In the has been filed ynl In tOut At"_ '
for above '
In 1936 and ending In 1945," are Robert Drake William funds with which to hire a counselor the enforcement of said law. and Court and cause and ycu are named required Court qillrert II'no nerve ab.'. II na'W"1'/

Mr. Henderson said "our yield of Priest, Granvil D. Priest John V'I as the law requires. regulations Section' 6.. There ,Is ....r or to serve a copy of your an- .wer or pI'mlliK .tOP '"

1 5 bushels per acre this year Is a I Clark. Richard Carter. Ben Attorney General Richard Ervin eluded from thla' ordinancea.nv hereby tn. on the Plaintiff pleading Attorney to the complaint T. Frank on T.nnilrum.the rlMlnllff Htarke.AIITHM FI.ldL'! .T"

I SCARCE notable sign of progress. That zendorf Jr., Randal F. Chltty, said in a recent ruling that a authority with to make any agreement .anarum[ stark' Florida and file the original' In tire ..ffW? "

'i ? average of 15 bushels howeve'r. I*; Marklee Norman, Harold Norman regular county employee could be employee respect or to official any position now covered or any Clerk the original of the Circuit In the Court office on of or the he- Clerk the hf the 15th Cfr day I of( f td"tore "J

for the state aa a whole, and were' Cleo Thornton and Archie Craw.: I designated counselor with or without or other authorized. to he covered !>y any fore the Ith day. of October 195)) : otherwlne. the sll'.' """ J

It not for the much higher yields ford. Jr.The an Increase In pay. He said retirement ordinance nr law creating; anY (otherwise the .n".lnn. of said. Complaint will '" 'I"1" ..
system for Complaint will > .
soy *< iv
obtained by some farmers. It units will fire .22 caliber it would 'or official of the employee teased by a* con- you .... !
NOT WITH would : apparently even be legal said City. you This! notice .
US !;
be less than 13 bushels. Many ammunition on .an Indoor for the county Section 7. The City of "Starfce, This notice shall b* published one* each week fi.'r ftQrI t< .
range. prosecuting attfcrney does once
each Ctnn
ri.tta.r.ssrvat hereby week for four week* In the rrtdfonl "
'
farmers are not obtaining 13 I Such a range la now being set up to serve M such & coun. : ..nndllln"un.._ ...'-,adopt,u",'___' _th.* _... In I Ih. -_. .-.. ..consecutive. _.._.._.. ..0"_
a. bunftela per acre this year and I at the local armory for the prac. selor. Inn... h..n.tl" 'privileges'and Telegraph. vv. &iel this nth dl! ./ i

CEMENT those the u....... n'. ...h.. ...._... other. thereunto Dated this 5th day of September, 1951.
are farmers who will do q. of Title II "- USI. (OFFICIAL SEAT'.) A J ".
> METAL ROOFING well to follow Cpl. Billy D. RTOTlr TO PPR4n o..rl'nlnl.. .. of the "Social' (OFFI.IAT. Ih. circa, !
the Dnnsby la SEAL Clerk p'
v example set by attending r... OrraltPlofMei '..., as amended by Public A. J. Thomas.,
Most ( .
those who radio school at Fort .. nrmttmr. C..t,,. Law. No. 714> 51st Congress, for Clerk of the (" .. By Myrtle T. D..r.
have I .. .
\ BRONZE SCREEN WIREToBulfd obtained high Jackson S. C. .He.... c. ... on behalf of all the and By Myrtle T. Beaver, Cour. D"aI tol'ft
yields. Our and Is expected to .1.)1 Wallace, Plaintiff' nloyee "I..r and em. Deputy
average yield this return In No- Janl thereof and -
\. ASBESTOS year l PH I.. Wallace. DefemlantCaa of It* depart 9,7, 4t 9125| KTOCPPC1SI.
SIDING should vember. Several' ment and agencies| \
stimulate many farmers to members of the any save and except. ta (" (' .... Br.Klurlrfet (
No. IIMTn. I of such .t. Circuit (
officers 1..lt Bra > ,. .
!Niie. and City, .
1' )
ASPHALT strive for unit are planning A._,. employeesed" .
Repair or S? SHINGLES higher production. attend serv flow *". "' NOTICE TO APPEAR In < "u."'
Jasper I* Wallace .. utl"irl"1. "> *. ..'.., l PI.,
Increased of ice school within the .hn.. .nv. by any .. Ch..... ,. Chryeanthy );.n"I.
\ acreage high-yield. next residence ,
Remodel MASONRY six lafare of .t..m..nt .
MIX Daniel's nroved M Pan .' .
Inc. H.n..n. *
hy law .Mf.r gvsuig"'a
i ing hybrids-such as Dixie IS (IIn month In the past, some of the 147 F..t Collec Avenue, York, Inaanv official. and e/c'epu ) Hansen, "I.lntll.. v* A got .,
or ..
P.nn.yIY.nla.Tnll
the development of which the Florida men who attended the Service '>cetii 'les any position .m.loy. who .. Case No. 1131 Nell.. T. ,..,.:
are hereby notified that Dlovment office, or em. ?. ... T* Appear.. ToPantil' .. K'"''
ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES i Agricultural school offered the ult for Divorce a I not authorised to be "* ,
Experiment Sta by National h. been filed a- "r.d h" aflrltcahl. "0" To: Agot M. Hanaen. residence anti siW'
Guard have iralnet you In the shove .. State or whoa realdene Street "l nr,
tlon played an important part) and found Joba waiting on and cause and named Court .. or r.'lnn.' 11'.0"1'.1 la: 403 Fifty Sixth Street. York. Hayrl "
INCOKPOKATKll; you are Brooklyn. ,
: North Carolina 27-,-hs" b<"*n an them when they graduated. A. serve a copy of your answer required to I "I..lon 8 The ('liv Clerk of the You are Jiew York. Ton are he I' ,ij !

726 So. Main St. Gainesville Fla. I Important factor In corn progress mong those planning to attend Plaintiff's nleadlnato. the .complaint' on the or 0 'he. custodian'"rk.of I. all hereby. designated.. ault for Divorce hereby has notified been that filed a suite for Divo !IM$0 t"
The
t In Florida during the past threeor school In the Immediate future ar" I per. Ill Ora Attorney.ham niiildlnir.Joseph. Jackson K. Ship, and from the compensation. sums of""hh.lo alraln. you In the above named Court against. anti you pat'In" _Cud i ,- ,'

four yenr The greatly Increased Rodney P. Hall and George Wink- ville. Florida and file the original'I n.I.d employees and of the ."pm- C"lrt to cause a copy and. of you are requir quired to serve a "I w itO' ,;r,'I
I In the far .r. your ln I
office of the answer plead
the r-iJ"d" ewer or
plantings of blue lupine ler. They plan, to attend radio re "lilt, rourt on or before Clerk the of the Clr. of iSi.c".Tt. "Id the cl'r"IMitloi.r'' or.pleading to the complaint on the on the rlaintiffc .*' T.nd ,5
(2nd tlnr aM i 1"1 of Attorney ,lii I ,
*. Evan F
and other pair school and Vernle nt (""nh.., I9M.: hereby made th : T. Evans .
cover have E. otherwise and "
crops Thorn. N.al
enriched the D :
ton Is allearatlona. of said., holdlnaand reporting Ev.n.Jr.. loa Law Eschange the ;'I'inar the *" '
the soil and have resulted In making plans to attend the be taken .. confeeeed.Complaint will I -hara-ed with the dity of agrent anti .. Jacksonville. Clerk (I ,
heavier production. More efficient auto mechanics course ThIs notice shall. b.by you. ingpersonnel records for maintain the Florida. and file the original In the fore the IOu.) .. ,' ",
once. published i Dose of this. PSection nfr. of the Clerk. cf the tIlt *t> >
I each ween ordinance. olherwlne
use of nitrogen' fertilizer has been Recent promotions In the urn'I I I ....."" In the Bradford for toutecna.euttv... C. This ordinance on or before the Ith Circui Complaint' wfll 1)I'11. h ..

i Important. More fertile soil as a were: repn. County Tele I 'abe effect. Immediately upon.h.1 Oclobe.. mi; otherwise the allega- ed by youi. h. .
| of said hKBy :
result Pfc. Billy Pateil this ITth day of taasare and annrnval bv Complaint will b* This onitce ,
FULLY of rover crops and better Dansby to Corporal 1 1"tt. September "r noon the Mayor'mKr taken a* confessed by '

EQUIPPEDthe us. of fertilizer have made It possible Pfc Joseph. Lamb to Corporal;; I I (OFFICIAl SEAL A. 3. -15cm... o..nV.I,....f, I.,na--ace.. Iltavor...lhnul the sp- one Thlg. each notice week.t"".1 b*you.published :..ka..rn: th': :: .
four
to plant Pvt. John C. Griff Is to Clerk of the Circuit this "on..ull... prbill" ot "
corn more closely Pvt. Pfc. Py: Myrtle T. Dearer, n.tiutr Court Clerk .t "" '.. i .r"1 lllhJame day week. In the Bradford Telegraph Dated S.
than In the and John StudiTtlll to
past the high- Pvt. E-2;; I sill': A. t.ewls 1951.OFF1CfA A J T
most modern and efficient equipment yielding hybrids have respondedwell Pvt. James Norman to Pvt. E-2;,; 4t loll II10TICB : ChaIrman City CouncIl, un.1 Dated this Slat day ef Au.u.t, Clerk. f-H. I "' .

available to the profession Is to the Improved soil con Recent enlistments are James '. {"l.p..IC r..art.Tt Krajdrerd 4PPFMH(" Carl.TTEST Johns.: City tOFFICHI.. SEAL) A. J. Thomas 9 Myrtle T II. I;to.

used by this funeral home in maintaining ditions. V. Crosby and William B. Phillips flnrMaji. |e Ckemerr.Ton. 0.1'. TO TUB Clerk By Myrtl Clerk of the Circuit Court I

"All of those The local unit Paul e0fn.-ndi"n'tn"ff-. Mar" IJ"'. *". "OSORA"LI! T R T. D.ave Deputy Clerk TI ,..I..
its well known standard of factors. the agron recently won the i ; OF 9:7; ..tU| "IOTICf ('
TARKF _____ l.d' .
om lilt.av.rr.d "are attendance banner from rlrenlt .
Service.DeWITT responsible for r the other r ('as. No lit I .. .. .. nrdinnce' was daly -\OTICB TO ,...... In I ,,7
the notably larger yield' obtained I : units of the Second Battalion > 'ete. 'T'. *.,...,. .. .d and adopted by la (' APPR4R ."
for the 1"1t re.rt. .. Mary
r Cltouncll .
by farmers who used them to ad the month of August and has den To...: and Mary adilreea l.lsile lafnknown.Ton whoa rest ",'eylap of pes.ion. the City of Stark ': "Ier'' .' .. !. m.....,... .f. Ceiajpty, tiff.' : Lur". '. :f

vantage and also for proudly displayed It Ton are hereby l lIt) day of sembled on the Fla! Rh."hlrd. Plaintiff, v*. Lonnl ant.NeSt. "
our Increasedstate I In the local I notified that I".mh.r. mi. .* To 'pp.e ;
C. JONESPhone S ___.__. .._.... ...._.. "lilt for DI..or" halO a If"d.nl.Cu. n....
average' but there Th.. __._ .. .. h been filedCourt r..1 .n. Tn t.oeriresldence --- .
are many n u ". w.. a..aln.t ..nu ,.. '..''A._ _.._.u ( Clerk:" Mottle NO. ',
9O m '''n" T*> Aff. ... lU an'iTout
7 Starke. Fla. larmers wno percent or better and .m"d The 'It' I"o .
are for
not using th..mand the entire eaus and you are re. ordinance' received To:: Lonnle Shepherd are h .
I are not obtaining satisfactory month. aarer quired, or to serve a copy of your. an. i"p..n..d by m. Ihl. Iln day and ot I.: Unknown. whose ruld..nc. ult for Plv I :." ., .
PleaiJInjr to the !eptember. IUI. You 51
Funeral Director Ambulance yields. It is to be hoped that those nIl the Attorney complaint. J suit ."S hereby. notified that a'' Court alraln.t anti mu".' .
: ServiceOur A J R Divorce ha
: Thom.. W.ln..rl.h ..
filed .
who Jr. .
are not doing so already will Commissioners file 8tarke. Florida and 1la'o. against you in the 1..n nulred to "
local funeral home enable d. to offer plant winter May ( .. the origInal In the office of the It lOIS i" J and cause and named. ewer or pll2ndr < I ,
convenience and cover crops thla year, p rk of the circuit Court tl tjnlred to you are A
on he serve : rl'ntt
aervlcea not otherwise available. use fertilizer more efficiently with r Appoint Juvenile otherwise fore the, Und the day of October.or IJ51-' rn ('.. "OT"'TO APPFtR swer pleading' a copy to the of complaint your .I

_____,a-t___ _-_ .es jr their crops next year and plant Counselor SoonThe Complaint will allocations I,. taken. of said Fhji4a. tm r.....f.a.f... Cs.aty, on DoU..I.the Plalntlt.. Attorney, Zech H. the orllnlrierk nf'the' i "
j-s- a- -S rr WS SrJ one of the proven hybrid varie by you. aa eonfeeweil mali N. "r..n.y. '' riorld'InandBflVe'"h' '.._. for, the 15th "' ''atherWihC
Plaintiff
We furnish the highest .. ties." Thle notice hall ". I'tnIa ,. ye. Ro. onn"'e.i orif- it"Comu'iaini -
type aenrle Freoev
at lowest 1 office
price and Board of County Commissioners .tneej each week for four Jul.no Tiefrfldant", ( of the Clerk of Ih* .

accept ANT life Insurance policy In force. l.*.*d by ANT ItfY r.'l-iiirtOtl Is expected to take rive weeks In the .. .atle. T. A....... Ca. M7 t'I..elli Court October.on leSt or b.fore the 8th .d b.. ynui..
) ( some Ti-lerraph I otherwise the
Tn' notlnnce
a* The Regini .
company payment In part or In full on a funeral. tvunUla Ten with f..1!I action pertaining to the appoint. P.tod This' lsth day. '>' S "hnae r".n' "M. 3..n.n" Free. .. taken allegation. aa of said Complaint will b* Thil ea,'h w. .
Consultation a pi4nt I 1 jell, ano add'.zz I., confessed by Fgraph.
carries I i yon the
no obligation:. me'it of a N This weeks In
Juvenile counselor 4 !; notice .
very uws It rampM. Brad wh.n (OFFICIAL Pllllll."j I ...N..k'rl I'r..t. Phllat.l- one shall b. published CPaed
Ir ivt-nes for Its sAil A :3. 1'' .. each week for four
October
conceentu
ford County Telegraph. meet Clerk. of the .Iv011.r" 'hereby' notified the th'us'
:i? a >.r"1t: ti, A, J. Th')mas Py Myrtl 'IjD.av.r.. I'>"" i'Vn, I'> that a TeV.'i'r.p'n1 Pratiford Count 4 T. ,
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'..It I d ,1 n d"TnpVrvfn.rn, ?:; uJ'*'*11 liSts l Sth day ef (IOFM
e !r' da",, ;.ua b.4n f, d a-ifaliist ( Spt.mb.r. Ryrt. p

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Li! 9 tii I Tonight Friday I 8:00V




Davis
!J, D C.,A. D.
..; -wille, Florida .
Bui clOg A Strong i "
jhe first week-day BRADFORD PARK
(National' IBth Associahams' annual- .

j held m this cItyr.
Davis who isbe .
board of direc- ,
will address the ..
distributors and
from all parts of

Jlonday evening Sept.morning 23.ppav .,

IT at a reception will be and the BHS Tornadoes Seabreeze
(tmdered to them

bill hiring taller ompany.be attended by in the the' Na-na-by Vs.

n !leading/ food disianufarturers -
from
e United States.IS .
considered ins I
the most 1mtal -
I gathering of
"istributors in the 1e
J membership in.Jfj ,
operating more
||in food stores and
1951 Schedule
president of the ,
>ti Grocery Com- *
I of Lovett's, Ta-
j rgaret Ann, Stei-
1 Wiggly food stores

Storgia, Kentucky +. SEPTEMBER 21 W1LUSTON-7, BUS.. 20


III\TUt H: HEALTHY A Adults" SEPTEMBER 28 SEABREEZE HERE Students ;

I fells should, but b.summer main OCTOBER 5 PALATKA HERE e
rough the minter 1

( w OCTOBER 12 P. K. YONGE THERE )
Ion the bent ntedi-1 75c I 'W
.H.... To StayIVinter" .* ,t 25c'

'e. .re Cosmopolitan ii the outlined main ;7 OCTOBER 19 NEW SMYRNA .- THERE


Irallhful vegelnble.diet; fruits la e.-; OCTOBER 26 OPEN DATE j

k or cheese cereals ,
;
I butter are nece.e .- NOVEMBER 2 DELAND THERE
quantities
vary } '
e. but children re- ,

iur glasses of milk + NOVEMBER 9 ST. LEO -- HERE '. i

many Mont adults growing need NOVEMBER 16 KETTERLINUS HERE I
-
"Iamlnl in winter.!; -

believing>f nutritioninta that,and an NOVEMBER{ 21 GREEN COVE THERE ,
"I in one vitamin ;; J 4
ktirient in other,,

,tontain ulli'itamm..lential all to vitamins the eoneenV hour -) NOVEMBER 30 LAKE BUTLER .- THERE .,, ; '" l,< i.,. '" ','

fiTorit drugI -
)

I houri Bleep a ,J ,,
riled a* average; F "
imeuirjr houra,
individual!, so let I
you if you arc .. 1
leep. Healthful 1
**. a quiet darlt.l I '.

plenty ted 1 room cf ;sleeping a hard, ,. ,. .. ,. .. "'''4., ,.
light( but warm' "I'" ,.... 4 ..
So\, A properly, Compliments ofLawson's Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Onward, Tornadoes! ; Compliments of

jndp I,e Too' and much in correct preventing clothing cold. .'' Market & Cold Storage DOWLING AUTO SALES PURE SERVICE STORE ,,,? It'C.. H. NASWORTHY

t Its natural ability, fine the) Tornado. *** be>at-but eat lJ"....a.. Meat! I J
U. a SOl f
ait no eul) 100
l, O..n..r.1 !
> temperature. .: Niippllra
I.i for winter wear .
warmth with mini-, '
4
rc eSee ,
II u .
to avoid colds br> You At Bradford Park Tonight Electric Service & Supply Best Wishes to the Team
'rem contact with! Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes'
line them; do not J. K. KITE, 0tnerLt' SETZER'S
&
E. T. Shull Plumbing Heating SUPER
of toilet article, STORES f
C.
H. DRIGGERS
.
korcipa with.
By.l wt
the Tornadoes
l lids "before eating I'hona 144 II Support Bfrk, Florida' "
Furniture
wet clothing, sad Company
ired. ,. ,. ,. 4' .
I
e Destroyed Best Wishes Of Closed Tonight we've. gone to the Game!! It'. A' Measure to Back the Tornadoes ..
A Good Team Like
the
|room.,howe btlongw El Rancho Drive-In Restaurant ANDREWS MOTOR CO. GUIDON GRILL Tornadoes
.
negro at 604 Deserves Your
\] burned to the SOt North of Starke ..... 11A Starke" ce.rge Kopplou_ Support
about one o'clock. BARKSDALE'SGEM
W. PIckett, flrt I r .... r.", ,
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hen'the the house firemen. had ar-all Be present tonight to cheer our boys to Support the Tornadoes ,with your preacnee Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes'r. \

one'o even and there try to was ex- I Victory L. B. Alvarez Service Station Starke Builders Supplies JEWELRY '>:

!me.the. He "W they Farm, Home & Auto Supply Trmpla Call1'l1rf'f't'* Carl ohasWere Starke'a Leading Jeweler
bnaia
of an ex- : .
Seaboard
'
Railroad
Watch
rolll Joh they a booster used tank a 1 .I'" ,. Inaprctor .yp.,\.

h-It teas worked.., .pproxl.ald Behind You, Tornadoes! You'll Arrive Safe at the Game with Come on out and boost our team '.. 'J

I ran nd ', the owner TORODE CHEVROLET CO. FIRESTONE TIRES Western Auto Associate Store Best Wishes From

as .... tit nervke. 'J. P. Rnlwrt" Motown 3. V JandonCompliments Temple I & Lake Service StationGood

Lock Toraadoeaj
SINGs .6 ,. ,. ,
!\) Compliments of STARKE MOTOR COURT ofFlorida '"
.
I S. R. JOHNS GROCERY GUY ANDREW1' DENMARK
FURNITURE CO.
Power & Light
We're Tornado Fan! Starke's leading Motor\ Court Co.
We're Proud to be Tornado
Boosters!
S s r ,. "
Of ..
r Starke
Best Wishes Team Compliment from Bring Home the Bacon -
!
Boys
'loa. of the mo.t After the Game Meet :Me At H. C. WALL AGENCY KOCH DRUG STOR Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game.

"- fisestyywbere flI11Jppe. << CENTRAL DRIVE-IN All KJad of Iis:iiur iM-e Starke, Florid WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

Hot Point Appliance
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GUaranteed '" .
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,C"'NE}{' SHOP
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! 5 '.\ BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH.- BTARKE... FLORIDA-- ..- AA ,FI, MAw

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?1dIt g.tf me' I Safe Braking Margin Varies 11 From where I

Sit...bl Joe
ICE WET DRY

'!(( SUGGESTSI t

I Skip Makes
I a Sli

WATCH ,---

, lilies .Gilbert, the teacher, was 'rnm
I telling me how Skip Lawson almost 'taught "hPle I Iit
\ i went to deep in her physics class. if! Slip !th.t ,rw
you admit
She noticed him nodding and-. ewers Same Iou dot,
FxINGENIOUS t since they were discussing electricity ieurned that tree,
I FOR -said In a loud voice: "Now are alSUS )let-iiI.

i maybe MR. LAWSON will explain S hut' l beat and lellly
what electricity is." Skip startedup rwhet'
1 ., Wrong. ,IIi1t1. \
i & looked around wildly, and '<," <>f beer J..,
"?'
l' SPECIAL a blurted out, "Gee! I used to know, prefer buttermilk||

bread and meat com sla aalallaaR but I forgot. I've "en loom",,,,.]
.. a "What a loss to science!I" sighs turn out 10 bo '
a practical solutionfor oral'''',
hometnakeri concerned about ._ e i iiaI Miss Gilbert "No one to this day
costly meats. Not to be classed knows what electricity really Is,
with steak or double lamb chops .. r two-ln-one dishes nevertheless provide I.....T"mad, rr ry could explain It-but forgot! JxI
Rood eating. .
very oat s.r[ '90f. asa U. scat[ .
IlI j" EDITION Meat mu trius served with a vegetable -
gravy are perhaps the mom Importance of driving In accordance with highway conditions I. COPB"9; "
elastic of such combinations sincea rrtraSlaalBp:1k
Chevrolet in the
Illustrated by this diagrammatic/ view prepared by
I III cook can add as much or as interest of traffic aafety. Standard braking table reveal 190 feet U
I little ground meat. to the muff required fur a top at 50 mile an hour, allowing three-quarters of a
II mil ss she chooses. Meat dumplings second for a driver's reaction to an t'm..rg"n"y. When the pavement Is
( ( offer rlb-stlcklng substance to wet however, the distance increases. to 258 feet. On icy pavement 472 ; 1FijGUARANTEED
vegetable casseroles And don't forget
'J Celebrating tasty meat pies feet will be covered before a car brakes to a complete stop.

Another twosome which wraps up
flavor and economy all In one Is
I his Crusted Meat Loaf developedby Clearing Begins Two Extensions

: l' OPEN HOUSE Nanty Best Holmes.Foods It's home delicious.economist Why For New Drive-In I On Rural Route One

not servo, It tonight? Movie Theatre
Two extensions to Starke rural
1 ..1J Crimtrd Meal Lost, ... TO PLEASE /
ltlIHtl UOMU: The-new drive-In theatre moveda Route I will be made In the near ,.
J I: AT THE NEW 2V.. reps *\t 4 feM/oo baking "ol n. surveyors finished their work Congressman Charles Bennett this
I 4s. teaapooe snit and a pulp wood concern movedIn week to Postmaster Fred F.
i'I'i i '4 rujj riraniinUcii margaiintb to cut down the trees and cleat Stump Reconditioned
' I tell Note
I ' '., Melted vitaminized margarine manager of the Florida TheatreAs Bennett's letter read, "Receipt is Model n '

,:1.I ./I. Filling. ;: a result of the survey, he hereby acknowledged of your com-
:,, Itt caps chopped luncheon meat added, the drive-In will take care munlcatlon dated August 27, 1951,1
3 tabletvoont each chOpped parHe of 14 more. cars, making total of' regarding two extensions ot rural
i i I 4iili u. green pepper, onion' 211 whereas the original plant route No 1 Starke." It continued.
," '0 and carrot called for only 2J!>0. "Favorable consideration has
,, ..
3 /Ie.poo. not water '
; As to when the work will bo finished been given to both of these extensions
H teat(toon WorcettenHirt easel
't'ii, l and the theatre ready for of service, and it la our purpose -) _
I Ir Sift flour and '
baking powder use Harris couldn't say. lie said to authorize them at the earliest I
salt together Cut In margarine
; .f with pastry blender or two knives the construction superintendent 1' convenience." .,- p !
" Combine water and egg and add to scheduled to visit Starke next The petitions had asked that an _
dry Ingredient Stir lightly with week nnd at that time will probably extra half mile be added to the r
fork. Turn out on floured board and be able to estimate fairly route on the old Klnksley Lake ;:
r MANUFACTURING CO. PLANT knead gently until smooth oo one /
closely the date of its completion.The Road and the families residing -
side Roll In rectangle '4 Incb thick. : :
actual of the land
r clearing next to the new Blanding road ,7
,' Brush with melted margarine. Com
I I I shouldn't take more than four miles I
, bine tiling Ingredients spread on north of Silcox corner
dough. Roll up and fold ends underto days hesaid.Property / the families residing next to the
tf
seal Cut live gashes In top on the old I o if tI
; Kingalry Lake Road and '
,, ::1 IN STARKE minutes Bake In Serve shallow with pan Tomato((375 F.Sauce.) 35 Transfers new Blanding road .7 mile north of I a u2
Silcox
' Serves 8.Marine. corner
Mr and Mrs. R. A. Weeks recently ... .
sold their. Starke' home roHr .. t.
i -< : ...
: Recruiting and Mrs. Denver Devrick Amount \ _
Quota Is Lifted of the transaction was' _
.' I 37,,oil. ATTENTIONIf 1. SPli'lA' '
fw '' For This Month Mr.1"d Mrs. J. R. Kelly recenl- /" rutle.e.pr.rma

1 Iv purchase 20 acres on the outskirts t- wl
The Marine Corps' September You Have
I of Starke from Mrs. Beulah
5 recruiting quota for the State of ]Kelly for $:.100. PINE OR CYPRESS COMPLETEwith

Florida! Is now unlimited accordingto Mr. and Ml' William Diehl, _

.9 cTt. Master Sgt. Hicks Celsler, local ]New York, recently sold their TIMBER TO SELL 8 attachmentsUSE
Marine recruiter, !Starke property, amounting to approximately -
Large: or Small Tracts
Previously the quota for the I four acres, to lot I Is

1 month of September has been sat Adams Sr., Starke for 2600. We tiny All HANDY COUPONACME --
at 43 for the State, but under s Arthur Quentln Kansas City, i
recent directive Florida Marine I has sold 20 acres In Woodlawn to PAY TOP PRICES I
recruiters were Jr\VI'\ permission r. M. Sistrunk and C. A. Futch. !I I

This Will Be The Biggest Edition Of The to exceed their quota during this they: paid $500 for the property. .
60cren 1I
month. Also In Woodlawn is the 408 VV. fr'orvyth St.
Sergeant Gelsler will be at the recently sold to Mr. and Mrs. Write or Call I Jacksonville FlaI I- --..
Starke Post Office each Wednes- L.: L. Rhoden by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles:: L. Johns for $1,600. I Vacuum Stores, Inc.
day during September for the
Telegraph In Recent Years. purpose B. THOMAS
of accepting; applicants forenlistment Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Campbell I I am Interested In a FREE home in the Marine Corps.. rGel..l..r'a recently purchased the four-room
Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner for 12.B3 at no
office hours will be from( I Home of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin LUMBER CO. I ":
9 a.m. to noon. I Rogers: in the Indian/ Beach sub- PHONE 211-J 1 HAM!
Almost Will Be Printed and ,
3,000
Copies division. P. O. Box 735 : ADORn" PHON

Lt. W. B. SargentHas STARKE: FLA. CITY FAT
j Unemployed PayA I If L P. D. Addr..,. '1_ tmd S..III. Ov_
New .
Assignment
Distributed ;;... ;:. .- j..........' .- - - -- ------
I total of 29 unemployed persons -
I Lt. Wayne B. Sargent. son of
received $7RIn: unemployment .
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sargent of J ,
insurance for the week Sept
i 1 Keystone Heights, and husband of :'-7. Total amount paid In the stateto
II.1. YOU WILL WANT TO HAVE YOUR AD Betty Ann Powell S.irgent, 4129IDevereaux I[ 13.815 unemployed during the IMPORTANT AIMNOUIMCEMEk

, Rand Columbia, S. C"I:snme period was $233.250: Only I
. right 'counties In the state reported i
has been assigned as a First Lieutenant TO OF WITH
HOLDERS INSURANCE POLICIES
full employment.
with Company "C". 13th I

I. : IN THIS EDITION Regiment Arrow S. ) Division, 8th Infantry at Fort Jackson.(Golden Adding\ ;Machine- and I TilE ESTATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF A'm'

CHe Typewriters sold time.Portabl"I

rI See Us At Once In Order Reserve of with Is the on the Enlisted duty Company as Reserve executive A Corps member officer I ford, County Telegraph.FREE on I OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA;\


he was recalled to duty JunetS, It Is Our Pleasure To Announce That The
1950; and hold the Purple Heart,
Your Soaceo Korean Campaign Ribbon with For Prompt FREE Removalof

four stars and the Occupation Dead. Crippled. & Worthless SOUTHERN! STATES !
Modal and the Combat Infantry
Cattle Horses
.I'' man's Badge Mules

He Is a graduate of Bradford & HOSTS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
I High School and the University
II I of Florida, where he received a Call 132, StarkeWE has taken over and reinsured the tees all ]legal/ c aims ar*!

B. A. Degree In Education in 19 0. ALWAYS COME business of the Estate Life Insurafter Sept I, 1951, thr date: of"\\I
He was employed by /his father asa States \I""r
reinsurance. Southern"
Florida Renderers ance Company. In
reinsuring this
I carpenter and construction foreman that vjur poIt
BradfordCounty In Keystone Heights. INC.- business Southern States has assumed es to assure you m anvpr
I is good in any hospital
I, He is a member of the Scabbard all of the provisions con- of the world-for any dam:: |

!I tained in your policy, and guaranered by the terms of your conk J

m\ ll \\p ; r-. *;r
Jf
: Dear Policyholder:
IF YOU AREX'T a ...

,j{ ;.:'." I; "As president of the Southern beiwJI Stale
.
: ,. I I Life Insurance Company, aniffe
COOKING of all personnel of the .t
I forward
I look
i I ance Company, (fo#
i S. great anticipation to furtheringpleasant ;:

WITH GASTRY known banner association of Southern under States the' TW(!

I organization has assets of over 56EJ

.000. plus capital and surplus' 'p1atfJ
I IT YOU'LL LIKE IT! L. E. r'OWU"Q- $2,000,000. Such financial std better pIG'
Telegraph I PRESIDENT your policy under more
SOUTHERN STATES
irs CLEAN
LIFE INSURANCE CO. tection than ever before
ITS FAST
ITS ECONOMICAL:' "Address any correspondence regarding your Insurance to m:: i. !

ft southern States home office, 3305 Montrose Blvd., Houston Texcd ri11
Installed As Low As $15 your nearest state or district office listed below. You will be boldell!

Phone 29 speed? and care to which you are entitled as one of our policy
--which
: we consider to be our greatest assets."


Slade PHONE:' Gas Co. SOUTHERN STATES LIFE INSURANCE cmW!

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STARKE. n.I ..\. STATE DISIglu
Tallahassee I OFFICE DISTRICT OFFICE DISTRICT OFFICE J.
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IItIf' I Co. Bldg. 1101 Congress D:1=y
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