Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03136
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03136
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Two i Modern Plant,_One In Lexington And County Publication Established In 1879 '
'": 'arke' The Siceloff Co. Is Filling A Need ,
,I printed! from September issue of "Trucking. VOLUME SEVENTY-THREE BTAKKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 5. 191U
[ official"" publlratlon" of the Great SouthernTrucking

of the. Nation" are Company.the words) of the American 50 Pairs Dungarees And Pants To Be Given Away '

L it cornet to work and play play clothes manu-
1- "Siceloff" and "Big Dad" Covering: approxi- _
000 square feet of floor space the two plants one
Jn N. C. and the new plant in Starke, are modern Public Invited '
ly"aftd are equipped with the most up-to-date ma- ,
production of their popular trademarks of work
thes To Inspect
(siting these plants one becomes highly impressed't '
that each machine is installed on an individual
i w equipped with'motor and lights affording the New Plant Here
iree of efficiency in methods of manufacture. ,
uality and value are the expressions of people who .
,'ntl1 manufactured under the trademarks offend Twenty-five pairs of work
"Big-Dad" These plants manufacture over-: pant and 23 palm 'of dun-
all "made In Starke",
fees work pants work shirts matched sets jeans, '
will ..... given away' today a*
hirts under the trade names of Dig-Dad, Lil-Dad.I the llg Dad. ManufacturingCo. /
Jolly Jill Jeans, and Cowhide Brand Genuine I''' ., Inc. thrown. open. Its doorsto I
ails f the public tor the first time
land" (for Blanding) and "Starke" brand sport} wince the plant went' Into
[ret into production in the Starke plant in October.ese I operation here lu mill-July.
two companies_manufacture work and play F
hat fit the needs of your entire family your purse, + Big Dad will hold Open House
nience, comfort and pleasure I For little kiddies, V during regular factory hour. today
fen, little girl, girls and ladies with sizes from 111. wtoI11 lLIT visit (at Friday anytime) and between the public 7:30 may and
Ti "Occasionally even larger". ;
I they say f. 4:18: and see the various depart
Companies don't blow their own horn but theyf menta of the plant In operation.D .
what the American people say about their work tMAJOR 8. Siceloff president of the
arments. Their products are sold throughout the i i A } company said yesterday "We are
lies and in several foreign countries. They sell their ..._ J a* delighted with our new plant \In I
play clothes to retailers wholesalers, department Starke and It give UI great pleasure -
t chain stores. They have a staff of salesmen ands and pride to be able to Invite I.i
offices are maintained in New York and Chicago. the public In for an Inspection.
Id, "The sale of garments manufactured by these Those who visit the plant on FrU. ,
has increased greatly over the past several years." day will see a fine, modern. ....

e the hand: they both entreat. in choosing -building'Souaftig the:latest
play clothes. So, it is well for the reader to learnof IMPRESSIVE; WITH ITS ZS.OOO square feet of floor space, all on one iev lthe: fine new plant et the and best machinery1and equip
the personalities behind the Siceloff Manu- Big Manufacturing Co. Is located on Tenth Street Starke. Fluoreavent-llghted throughout, well ment for this type of operationAs

'ompany. The firm was started in 1909 by the late ventilatedair.. cooled In summer and well heated In winter -the building' provides a pleasant and an added featar of'the
off Sr., who headed the company's operations fin. healthful environment ,for all employees, Everything l I. provided for the maximum, safety of workers, Open House. Mr. Mciffstates
ars prior to his death in 1938. Since 1936 the man- eluding.! overhead' ,,sprinkler system: to cut down 11 hazard. that the company will.
f this progressive business has been under the ," 'l give away :IS 111'II.r want
if D. Sint J c.el.off.J.r., .. Fresident.v Treasurer and pants and *(I pairs of 4ttt->. *
nager. He k aslrlrted by hfs twb bjothers."EVefett; game*, <. ",".rocky: per.'Wvisiting *

Vice President and Superintendent; Fred,,,, L. t the p..t..IIda. ,. Half
cretary and -Credit Manager.. ; and E., J. .Meiere of these will be given' awayduring
die lunch hour from
resident ant Engineer. Y I
a } u IS to 1, and half at 4:30 In the
tf-Dad Manufacturing Company at Starke. Florida $ afternoon. ..
rations in June 1951, manufacturing work pants A't t
and sport shirts. This new division !in Florida isa In addition to this, attractive-
new and very modern building consisting of : souvenirs; will be given to every
Bare feet of floor space all on one floor. I ., 1 'visitor to the factory today, Mr.
ma like a'day of 1st I of Slceloff said.Representatives.
: miracles it Think
f rand EXt:('VTlVl's' of the Starke and Lexington plants ire (left I
kable machines and methods employed by these to right):.E. 3. Melere, Vice President and Engineer Fred L. Siceloff. Vt I' of the Starke
to i Chamber, Commerce wilt be on
supply. people everywhere with high quality Secretary and Credit Manager; D. S. Siceloff Jr., President General hand .
to serve cold drinks.Mayor
play clothes.. 'the'manufacturers behind these *
; Manager and Treasurer; and Everett A.\Slcelotf. Vice President and I .
and methods have opened new ways for better work Superintendent. The Siceloff Manufacturing Co. In Lexington N C. I J. R. Wainwright haiproclaimed 1
t. These} companies.have always believed in giving has been operated a* a family Institution since 1909. Friday Oct. 5. a* '
Joyces] pleasant surroundings for their work in ad- BIO HAD DAY In Starke and'
paying them well.: A First Aid room ilt maintained urge 'all. own women and
employee ia covered! by life, hospital and surgical : children' to get Into the.spirit
The employees of these companies also enjoy an- of the occasion by wearing/
Btions whit"'"ay) and an annual Christmas dinner MAYOR PROCLAIMSBIG + overalls, work pants or dungarces -* "
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e; reminded, "The Lexington plant is now. manu DAD DAY unnu. 'u.u. or Jolly Jill Jeans brand ef
NKATNESS QRIEILLNESS: and scientific arrangement for systematic production are cnaracterlstlAt course) .during the day.
approximately 60.000 pairs of Work'and Play the,Cutting Room (pictured above) and other departments of the Big Dad Manufacturing Co. Shown ,1,
ch week; and with (the new plant at Starke Florida here are the long cutting tables where 00 layer. of deu'm: are cut out In one operation by .killed'uper..torn "Stark.. Is proud of the' new
ier will be increased. WHEREAS: the establishment of a manufacturing plantin using electrically powered machines.. factory and we can all .how our
Sarke plant now has around 100 employes and more Starke has been a goal earnestly strived for by appreciation by wearing Made-In-

I added at regular intervals. The. weekly payroll in the good citizens of our city for many years, and .. .. ..,- Stark work and play clothes;' the
(now around $2,000. Mayor! nald. "The more Wje help

uttimend these companies for creating the best in WHEREAS by virtue of hard work and diligent efforton \ our new factory" the more we help
play clothes in the interest of consumers ourselves the Mayor continued
I the part of civic-minded l leaders in our com- "and with this one a success the

munity this long-sought goal has at last becomea .._ door 'win be open for more to
and "-'- : come."
OF reality ,. --, "
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[ MEAN QUALITY WORK CLOTHES WHEREAS this new industry will provide year-round < "' -,..... Big Dad still more or 1f'S4'
for worthy citizens of a novelty In Florida" the Open '
employment many our county .
I T HOIIN. herel. eupcctod. to attract
and provide a substantial payroll to flow r II
large crowds of vUlton.
through the channels of trade,In Starke and surrounding J- not only from throughout

communities lid, l Bradford and surrounding
WORK M +' AI) tt counties, but from other part.*
1 lS NOW THEREFORE, 1-J. R. Wainwright-Mayor of +1 of the state as well.
CLOTHES the City of Starke by virtue of the authority r Mr. Siceloff .has mailed some
vested in me by the Charter of the City of Starke 800 Invitation hU customer
throughout Florida.
do hereby issue this PROCLAMATION designating

.. B'fSltELOFF Friday, October 5, as BIG DAD DAY. in Starke ,

MFC CO, and Bradford County; .

I HEREBY URGE AND REQUEST all publlc- pirjted i

e citizens to visit the Big Dad.t Manufacturing Co. Young Folks

I plant today and take part in the festivities: markingthis i \I

BUY YQUR CQRRECf SIZE auspicious occasion: ; I
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prevail in the Big Dad sewing room a small
portion of
this new industry I deem it fitting and proper which IM pictured above. Working conditions are Ideal, and msnagement-emplrtyee relations are pleasant
that all men. women and children do becomingly and harmonious. Around 70 ,women are now employed In this department and more will be added
WORK attire themselves in"Made in Starke" work and when the company goes Into production with Its new line of "Bland" and "Starke" brand sport shirU
play clothes for this glad celebration. Your cooperation -

CLOTHES in this instance will be greatly appreciated.IN .

WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my handas
srctibrMfO Mayor of the City of Starke and have caused the Made in 'Starke'Work

CO Official Seal of said City to be affixed hereto this

27th day of September A.D..1951.:

Buy YOU* J. R. WAINWRIGHT. MAYOR and Play Clothes




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name listed below are the names of the men who had Our Best Wishes For Success "
foresight and vision enough to show their faith In the future of
Starke by Inventing their money to brcome stockholders In

:I Bradford. tt was County this corporation Development that Enterprises made possible, Inc.the financing of To Big Dad Mainifariurino

the handsome new $73,000: building that now houses the Big 11fflpi1h i
I Dad Manufacturing Co. plant In Starke. Without the faith and iI
financial backing afforded by these men the fctory would still I
be a dream rather than a reality. Some of the Individuals and
firms Hated below are not even residents of Starke, but their It Is Tremendously
Interest in the community was such that they wanted to 'seeIt Pleasing
.. continue to grow and prosper. To them, and to, aH others -
who contributed their time and money to make this project .possible :. To Have Such A Worthwhile FIrm
the community extends heartfelt thanks.

.. BIG DAD Sele /The Patent
to George If. Vanpfy Robert W. Metzger Button Company
R. C. Dampier Bradford Co. Abstract Co. I a--"r
Irvin Robbins T. T. Phillips

? We salute you on thc opening of your: } E. L. Matthews F. Starling Van P. D.H.Reddish Priest Co.Volley As Their Source Of Supply

I forward-looking new factory r J.Guy F.Andrews Jaudon Rotary. S. Sibley Club of StarkeJ. *;,.v. For The Trim On The. Garments

Cermenaro Louise Stern
We're gratified, that so many SINGER* J.Anthony R. Kite'' Ray StrongJ. :' : .
R. Kelly Evelyn Stump J.,: > They Are Manufacturing.
7: machines ere included in the new_ equipment Robert O. Green Lillian Stump .
.,. 'Ben & Anna Suslow <" .
Chas. C. Shepherd :" .
which you've chosen as the mot, modern and) F. F. Stump Harold C. Wall ., '
J. R. Wainwright E. A. Winkler A
i t : efficient available. D. S. Siceloff, Jr. Woman' Club of Starke ': \ ..
,i' "A. Thomas J. R. Bulllngton
Denver R. Devrlck Henry Stefanelll '
10 COMPANY Stephen E. SimmonsV.. H Nollman
C. G. Barksdale Siceloff Mfg. Co. -
Fred Leonhard Lacy Conway THE PATENT BUTTON
1948 S. W. Eighth St., Miami 35, Florida Harmon P. Mbrgan R. U*Reddish COMPANY
< 'sr. E. Dowling Charley E. Johns
i '.A TroJ.M..h.1 THE SINGES MANtlACTUUMO COMPANY .. Wm. H. Graham Dixie Lily Milling Co.
., Fred F. Flume J. M. Edwards .
C. H. Nasworthy C. H. Drivers, Jr. HARRY E. RlCHARDsJ
J. W. Andrews. J. P. Roberts Manager Southern
A. H. Ball Setzer'a Super Stores Terri t;
i Q. C. Blumer Starke Chamber of Com. .
Borden's Dairy P. L. dough
. Mable Boyer E. J. Dahmer
,3 Maxie Carter Adolph Gay
, L. A. Davis Carl Johns
j; S. Q. Denmark Ceo. Kopelouaos *
C. D. Edwards L. L. Libby
J. Gary Ennls Mr. & Mrs. W. B. :Mundy
\ Martin Theatres T. H. Slade,
Earl! Goodman 'B T. Thomas .
We Are Proud! Indeed Seeber D. Goodman (Contributors GOLD-TEX FABRICS CORP.
I Lex Green No stock Issued) .
To Have Had A Small Part Wm. T. Jackson Lovett's .'.
I DeWitt C. Jones A & P Tea Co. ROCK HILL, S. C.
Ray W. Maple Coca-Cola Bottling C*. i iI
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W VTorth St..New York 13,N. Y.. Bob Kite

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ulnlitursad Colorful History Of Bradford Telegraph RecalledAs I, BIG DADYou

Town's Oldest Firm Welcomes Big Dad The NewestIt Have PickedA y

1'i hes Good Town i
1 Is a pleasure for the Bradford papers In Starke besides the Telegraph !!'One day Bill begged a pair of Then Mr. Corr sold his Advocateto ,
County Telegraph, the coun -- what dye know about pants from Mr. Webb, and the Mr. Goclsby, The Telegraphhad
ty's oldwt business institution, to that Read About The Ladies next day the donor found the garment I so far, proved the "survivalof For '.
welcome to our midst the Big adorning the stocky legs of the fittest" theory. It now .'
.0 Manufacturing! : Co., Inc., the Editor Ate Boiled Jowl Col. Moore. The Telegraph editor had only one rival. And later,
county's newest and youngest. The Telegraph was started In The Famous Pulled made all he could of this incident when Major Matthews became the Your New Plant
Great thing are expected of ills the fall of 1879 by Col. W. W. and the famous editorial "War of ole owner of the paper, he arranged i
thriving young industry, and It Is Moore. Immigration from the the Britches" lasted for quite. a with doolsby to leave him .
hoped that It will be the begin North was then brisk and the sub WAR Editor's Hair while the entire field and the latter .. .:
; DAD ning of a> more well.balancedeconomy scrlptlon list grew rapidly at $2 moved to Weuchula to publish his .
In Bradford County' per year. Advertising was also Printer Was Fanatic Advocate there. 0 ,I
The Starke of today Ia a far fair, but the- merchants paid only of the Men CalledBRITCHES The Advocate passed Into the .
CTURING cry from the Isolated little settlement In goods. About the only edibles, hands of one or two other tramp MfOCmll "Hera To stay"
that existed here when the then kept In the stores were' printers, then Rev. p W Corr
1PANV Telegraph was established in July cheese at fifty cents a pound Him NamesYe became the owner, adding to the In 1914 a couple of tramp printers 1 '
sardine. who had lately publishedpaper s
01 1879. and outfit some material already In
Those distant but Inter mesa pork. Consequently 'Glad
We Are
Starke ,
at Ralford came to
esting days were recalled in an sardines, toasted cheese, his possession, since he ran a .
article and boiled Jowl paper at Hampton. He also issued and started dally, with the intention
written by the late H. E were oftener seen To Have You
Lagergren several years before on the editor's table than any- "The Social Room". Mr. of annihilating the Tele-
his death. As we look forward to thing else. Old Time Printer Corr was a very pious man; yet graph. It was truly a scurrilous With Us .J'::
the newer and greater Starke of In 1887 Col. Moore sold the I he was compelled to discharge a sheet! for Its editors were past- :
the future itmight be well also Telegraph to I. C. Webb; but printer on the grounds of his be. 'matters of foul invective. No ,
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to keep In mind the history and contrary to agreement soon thereafter entered at the postofflce as second scribers to please wash their ing a religious fanatic "impossibleto prominent man escaped their billingsgate.
LER traditions of the past. With this started another paper here class matter, for thoughIt hands before reading the Critique. get along with", This printer, But after a short and :
In mind, we herewith reproducethe the East Florida Courte had many subscribers only The result was a tun-ecalq raid among other foibles, refused to stormy life, the sheriff levied on I
article on the early days of About the same time a tramp one copy was issued at a time,I by "Indignant subscribers" with correct errors marked 01the the little junk, that composed the 1
the Telegraph as It was written printer squatted down In Starke and It was written In long hand.It accompanying hair pulling, swatting proofs. "Let's not try to be perfect outfit, and the editors left under ( J
RIC by Mr Lagergren: with a shotbag full of type, a was conducted Iky a coterie of, with parasols, name calling '- ," he admonished. "If we do, cover of darkness. .1 i iI
.. a t a cracker box full of defunct medicine young ladles; Who aimed to become and tears. Thus exit the we'll soon believe we are perfect Since then the Telegraph has I
The Bradford County Telegraph electrotypes, and \ tomato the social Hitters of the town. Critique. sure enough, and thus become I been successful In staving off -
Is eo solid and mature an institution can fun of Ink, and lie started Like the late "Literary Digest",: !.... of Nairn-Calling proud; and pride is one of the rivals, and will continue to be so BEN'
VICE1CINKLER till Its clientele believe It tc the Florida Advocate How t*> the Critique/ labored 'under the' Of course ,so many papers In even deadly sins, you know." The town can support only one SUSLOW"The
be a sort of Rock of Agea that managed to live, nobody could handicap of too many editors.! one Itttle town could not be.expected Survival of The FittestIn paper and the Telegraph! "covers
has always enjoyed a "splendid under t1U'ld. Lydia Pinkham, whose' Billy Barnes; an wergrown print I to live In harmony. Philippica 1893 the Telegraph paned the field".. It has truly "come ..to.tay"
Isolation". But it has had moreor picture he printed weekly 01a1l er's devil, acted as consulting abounding in billingsgate Into the hands of Matthews & Old Sarge"
leas "esteemed contemporaries"at four pages, wouldn't times Once there were tire him a box of pills! had no trouble reading the phrases as "naughty", "unpretty", old his paper to Texas R. Hodges (From April 24, 1036 Issue)
columns, the late ones complained and "unchllvarous", etc. from the who Issued it twice a week, hop- /
Pw Tnw "Social Elect" that the, pages reached them ac female ones, made the. air blue Ing thereby to knock the pins
.. Yet another "esteemed con- soiled as to be undecipherable.Barnes every Friday morning. from under the Telegraph. It was -
temporary" was to make Its debut then at last ;put in a Bill, Barnes worked for Col. known. the "Twlce-a-Weekly''
-the Social Critique. R was not "special notice" asking the eub- Moore -- when he worked at all while It lasted, which wasn't long.






ie Big Dad Manufacturing Co. CONGRATULATIONS THo ..
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BBINS DEPT. STORE i Bradford County "

h' Starke Fla. in expressing our warm :
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fan Supply The Entire Family in THE '
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fd & Lil' Dad Dungarees Size 141NGRATULATIONS .. t
We're Glad 1 Manufacturing Co. Inc. PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.
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To Have You \ I' \ Plant located in Starke, and the-benefits
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r I Starkts Friendliest Super Market..f* I FLORIDA BANK at StarkeMember EVERY-SUCCESS

of Florida National Group 1 ..

Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationCONGRATULATIONS



Will Help Starke And Bradford .

County Grow And ,Prosper Congratulationsa ,

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Best Wishes .:. t. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

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personal integrity and
e Starke. profession,

\; backed by over forty-five
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CO. prosperous future. of
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ALTANTA OFFICE: Trust Co. of Ga. Bldg.
Atlanta Office: Spring St. at Biltmore Place Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD W. E. LeRoy, :Manager '. :, ,, .:r. :, *. (. I l. r St rke'. Leading. .Jeweler! t;;'+!

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1. The City had no bonded Indebtedness Is 'actually somewhere between
In recent weeks Starke has been Yu, It is true that Starke, the on which to make In- 3,500: and 4,500.Fullowhtg: .

the subject of highly complimentary home of Big fine Dad new ManufacturingJrI1pany'lI plant, is one terest and principal paymentsevery the wind-up of
FlorIda (
In leading
articles a ;
In1I'lorlda year; Federal! census-taking'
"tax free" cities the
four ,
and also in of the
dally newspaper Record", and the ONLY one which 2. The first year's return from volunteers from the Chamberof eats 1 a
"The Florida Municipal tax law fund Commerce went out and In '
norM the new f
ad If:7
official publication of the Florida levies no I
than double the amount an hour or so "had uncovered
city was more
Municipalities. e..e0 its citizens pay
League taxes usually collected via ad valorem between SO and 100 persons
The reason? That's easy to operating coats. Property bad been "missed" In the +
ace, This is how the "Record' In this thriving Florida municipality taxes; Mho These names were ewiisr..C,.
were removed In 1043 and 3. The city-owned light and crnmis.' Ci.t4'lti .
headlined its story: Bureau
submitted to the Onftiin ,
ad valorem taxes were lifted from water plant was showing an increasing w }% f1 weo
together with a requetttthat
EDT FREE STARKEIS the books In April .of this year. amount of revenue as '
recheck be mode but
ALSO TAX FREE Repeal of the ad valorem tax each month rolled by. no attention a wall paid to the Tft""

That's enough to make anybody, was qualified with a clause stating Right now Starke is probablyIn request and the additional
that It should be effective for better financial shape than any
.. sit up and take notice. names were not allowed.
the year 1051: only, but present other city of its size In the Stateof
And thereby hang a story that is Condition Indicate that the ordinance Florida. And speaking of size- Always a progressive city.
bringing Starke national as well as will be left in effect In- the 1950 census lists the population Starke was among the first to Install
statewide attention. should sound an electric plant The first
That which city
definitely. at 2901, a figure rv
"Forty mile south of Jacksonvlllu mighty good to folks In otherparts officials believe to be considerably plant, a small direct current generator -
driven by a steam engine
Is 'the biggest llttlocity' of the country who are burdened 'off' the beam", They point. out Installed In 1903. A large
In the __tate-u here the ,with heavy city taxes on that the city-owned utilities are was steam Installed in 1912
plant was.
. citizens are completely tax: their home and businesses. supplying approximately: 1,100 I but the current generated was 220
the record told Its customers, and there are 1,683 registered -'
If free Several months ago the"t'Ity volts! DC. Line losses were highand ,
readers voters on the registration standard could
stork and no appliances
+ Ditdn" took books. According to national be used. Operating cost of the

In these days of 8Juree-Federal.oppressive tax- figured that they could stop, averages, these are considered plant was high, and It was operated
ation from every the eollectlonof ad l vatorrm rather large, figures for a city of only at night. Service was poor

) State, and Municipal bound to -attract such an widespread assertion ta"Mor,, the following" re&- 2,901 persons. The city spokes and the steam plant was .operated'
Is men estimate that the population at a loss, even with a rate of 30c
attention and Interest. H'nnt I
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BIG-DAD MANUFACTURING CO. Call Street Is pictured In the aerial view above. In left. foreground Big Dad

IH municipal light and water plant that deserves the
And All The Employee credit for Siarke'fl eellent financial standing through thejean. .
In the distance. on right hand aide of Call Street Is seen -4.

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necessary to levy a tax of twe Market, and additions to
;" .- mills for "plant operation". the waterworks.yst- n, and a Dungarees,

GJWATACHIEVEMENT Finally, the old steam engine modern sewage disposal plant
was sold, for It was costing more and collection system Installed andSport
to produce the current than couldbe at. a cost of $290,000 under 'I

FOR STARKE charged for its product. There the Federal Works Agency
was still an Indebtedness of more wartime program.
than $43,000 on the old steam Shirts
total Indebtedness on Starke Is now free of all bonded
And Bradford CountyGREEN'S plant, and a
' ., .-- the light plant of more than $95- Indebtedness, and .is operating 'on .. ..
000 when the current diesel opera- a cash basis in all departments. iJ. are
tion was started.At The town has a paid fire department -
e ; two modern pumpers
this point, he plant was with one man on duty at all times J Essential to American Life!
placed an a 84-hoiir per day The police department consists of
ANDREWS MOTOR.CO. operation and &1the load five regularly employed policemen.In .
GROCERY STORE started to grow, rates were
reduced.. Standard appliances 1949 Starke installed 100 *
r could be us4Nl.. New homeswere parking meters. and after 26 .
built and many were months they have paid for themselves .
turning ,over to the city
equlplKNl" for electric cooking, .
treasury approximately $6,000 in
water healing" rt<*. '
cash. Another strong factor in the We Salute
During the depression of the early stable financial picture here I Is the $
1930's the citizens of Starke began new state cigarette tax which
CONGRATULATIONS A HAPPY OCCASION FOR ALL to appreciate to the fullestextent yields approximately $30,000 an- ... Siceloff"Manufacturing Co.
the municipal ownership of nually to the city..
the utilities plant. As town after INCORPORATED
and The Formal Opening of town In Florida began to defaulton Since the State allows homestead .

bond payments, Starke never exemption on all homes
missed haying the money on hand less than $3,000 valuation, Upon' occasion of .the
BEST WISHES when any Interest or principal pay- practically every home In
ment became due. :Starke l! Is free. of all taxenState ,
opening of their new plantin
County, or City.
I In the spring of 1941 the Government -
began construction of Camp
Yes, Starke Is Starke Florida
Blanding, located only six miles definitely on the ,
march, and is fast becoming one
I from Starke. The town was '
and''of the principal smaller cities of
swamped with newcomers,
overflowed with construction) Florida governed by a Mayor-
workers and their families Council form of government. Co.
Great Southern Trucking
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With additional profits from
and no ad valorem taxation,
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Starke la probably the most en-
number of PWA Offices
ticing city in Florida to northernand
project. Including a new City
eastern industrialists
; MANUFACTURING PLANT' Hall American Legion, Home, factory sites, and Individual seekingnew JACKSONVILLE, FLOWN
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A GOOD TOWN Bradford County Is Famous As A Winter Strawberry Market. Productive Soil

Will Grow Anything, Making Famine Profitable. Small Industries Are\ Need-

ed, However, To Balance The Economic Picture. '

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.. America Has Lost A Million Men In Wars ,


J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS Since 1776, And Almost That Many- In Autos BUILDERS SUPPLY

"GI-X," the unknown millionth since ,
the turn of the century. At
STAKKE FLA. the first seven months of 1951,
soldier to die In all\ war during the end of the week In which "GI- to help reduce speeding
the 176 years of the nation's his- X'> fell In battle after 176 representing; about 1,350 more drinking and driving and other CARL JOHNSCONGRATULATIONS
years lives
lost In accidents this'
tory:was killed on a Korean bat and 19 weeks of American history, year tc major violations traffic laws
the end of July than In the y
.l 14,4 tlefleld early In September. the traffic death toll now averag 1950: the' same before a fatal or serious accident
period deadliest
Delayed for week by extremely Ing'more than 100 fatalities a day driving which usually results from such
light casualties averaging only 68 had passed 988,000, some 12,000 months motorists of, warned the year lie ahead for lapses, cast a tragic shadow on
fatalitiesweekly since Kaeaong short of the historic million mark Julien H. Harvey their own family circle
manager of the Associations
cease-fire negotiations began eerly
In July, compared with a peak Etenvt Combat Death.. accident prevention department."The Speeding And Drinking
' ; CONGRATULATIONS rate of 373: weekly during June, From the start of the Korean date of 'Accident X,' In of Last year he declared, 23,000 a
the hlBtcjrtc. millionth\ U. S. "military \ war on June 23: 1950: to last August which the unknown millionth traffic the nation's 35.000 traffic death
death since the first MinuteMan 31, a total of 13.707 U. S. victim In American historywill were caused- by four type of vio
on the fell In the Battle of Lexington combat deaths occurred, according be killed, may be moved forward lation speeding, drinking and ,
on April 19, 1779, probably 1 to the Defense Department The Instead of being delayed until side driving driving on the wrong
occurred on Labor Day or Sep Association's study Indicates that 1952," said Mr Harvey. "That of the road, and failure to
OPENING OF THE NEW PLANT tember 4.Millionth. during the first 63 weeks of the can happen If the tragic recordof give right of way at Intersection
Korean .... to pedestrians or other vehicles
'tr war more than .DOC the last half of 1950 when 01
Auto Death i men, women ana children were automobile deaths averaged 3.30C I falling to observe "stop" ai gna. and
This estimate was made by theAssociation killed In automobile accidents. a month. Is repeated or become I Nearly nine out of every 10( automobile
' I of Casualty & Surety This total Includes an estimated worse In the final months of this death. and most traffic .
Companies which has conducteda 873: traffic deaths Injuries are caused by driver. violating
during the first year. In the second half of 1949
"+ from comparative study of war and seven day of September an unusually traffic fatalities went above the traffic law. Mr. Harvey
A i traffic casualties In connection high figure because of the 3.000 mark In only three of the asserted !In appealing< to all motor BEST WISHES
with the forthcoming millionth record Labor Day weekend toll of six) months. ists to realize their driving re .
automobile death In the nation's .461 fatalities. sponsibilities and obey the laws
history now expected to occur Death. On ieerease"Between that protect them and the public
A gap of 42.00O between the all
next December. An Intensive generally.
July and
: time total of war and traffic
Ht traffic safety campaign started dead 1.870 "If the .
at the start of the Korean year more persons lost natiOn' 60,000,000 I, '
last January by the Association's p when highway fatalities conflict their llvea In traffic accidents than motorists are awakened at last tc I .
.. accident prevention department to stood at 944.00O. was narrowed' In the final half of 1949.. That the serious Increase In accidents t .
1' .:' postpone until earty In 1952 the tragic rise In the traffic that
to shout toll point piay coat 37,300 lives
12,000 In 14 1.2 month.! Injure
death of "Victim X, civilian
.. up the need for greatest caution 1,230,000
traffic persons befWre 1951:
tragedies Increased ..
counterpart of "GI-X has since .
an alarming by motorists and pedestrians In ends, and this public
rate reawakening
enlisted the support of the National of 986.247 war deaths pr.Korutolal since the fall and winter months ImmedIately Is backed up by strong law enforce
Safety Council law enforcement .
1779 ahead. ment, the 'Victim X' be
was may
equaled by automobile given
and other
groups fatalities In mid-August less than Speeding la the No. 1 target of a few more weeks or month. tc
endeavoring td end public apathy Inc.
GROVES toward the mounting toll of auto 52 years after the nations finltratflc t the Association's traffic safety live," said Mr. Harvey. "Every Southern Waistbands,
THREAD CO. mobile accidents.As death at the turn of the campaign with nearly half of the motorist must remember that he
century according to the Also automobile deaths resulting fromthla or she
may become
America's millionth one 'Olenation'
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ciation's study. type of violation In WINDER GEORGIA
GASTOXIA, N. C. death was recorded In Korea the according to Mr Harvey manystates first million traffic vic .
Association said a record LaborDay DradllM Month. Ahead I elms,' or cause the
Drinking drivers are a close death of
weekend toll of 461 Cdeaths Although< the National 'Victim
Safety second as public enemies on the X' or some man.
In three sent the all-tlm t Council/ has reported a 7 per cent creels and highways, he or child woman
declared unless
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story of the establishment OP 1
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plant in Starke I la. a story of .
vision faith and hard work. I : I
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bringing such t zit 5.i Starke. It has been our privilege to y
an Industry to this
1 Dad Manufacturing Co.r community work with this firm for many years ;

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willing to Invest their money to 4 :: to have observed its steady
1 I. make this dream come true. growth. We join with 'others in offering -
l'' ,. j Hard work on the part of our best wishes for the complete ;
who not only gave of their success of this new undertaking. 1
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N when officials of the Slceloff it
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directors their Intention of establishing .
branch plant in Florida &
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Best Wishes To They very frankly stated that ,- A 1J ?, .CONGRATULATIONS ,_
they were seeking a community .
where the citizens would be Interested
enough to finance the and .
> BIG DAD MANUFACTURING construction of a building which
would be leased by the manufacturers -
COMPANY, Inc. for a.e.period.. of 20 years. FIRST MIXMt ('.1", CONCHETK no. poured Into,the"foundation of the nil lad plant early last uprliiK. WISHES

It sounded like rurtlrimtliiR$ In brief ceremonies taking'4'1') .at thu limp. "'....<> left lo right) Senator Charley' E. '
I :h 1 taking and It was.a Fur big a small Johns, I>. H. ;Mlifloff. 1*.. president. of the company, Dave Harper (brulml, Rle..Inff), Florida' pepretu'nt- FOR THE, SUCCESS OF YOUR
, \ 'r'j.. i town the size of'Starke, comprised live of the company, and tiny \ndrewH. president of llrailfonl County l.c"..10">im>i>t KnlerprlMon. Inr.
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very moderate mean, the construction would ultimately' be theirs I Ness. nprllnga. were held and the At the present" time 100 employees NEW PLANT!
of a 60 or TO thousand The first step was the organ* bill started rolling with voluntary mostly whit. women, are
dollar factory building seemed 0 Izntlon of a corporation for the subscriptions from those who at work; and the weekly pnvrol'
gigantic undertaking. purpose of s-lllng stock to finance I were sold on the project from the Is. in ,the neighborhood of 13.000: e r
But to the small group who first construction of'the building.tt'eeks very first But this was not More employees will be mli'eil! a*
heard the proposal, it sounded of painstaking effort were I I enough so' teams were organized the plant reaches full productionthis w
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES Inc. like just what Starke had long consumed In unravelling all the I and the tremendous job of mak-I fall and manufacture Is
been looking for all these years I red tape Involved in obtaining n Ini? door to door calls was started started on the company's new Robinson Tag & Label Company
a small factory turning out a charter and otherwise qualifying i iI I The campaign was carried to I I\tine ,- the "nl nd"" (for BlandIng -
General Offices: TAMPA, FLA. stable well-known product and I for the stock-selling. operation. I Jacksonville and other nearby I' ) and "Starke" brand of sport.
offering year-round employment More time and effort was consumed |'cities and several Urge!>! block!! of shirts > .460 West :31th Street
"Dependable As Florida Sunshine" and a steady payroll for the com In selecting suitable site stork were taken by firms buying C .e. .
munity. for the factory, quieting,the title sn Interest and doing businessIn All of which proves that It New York 1. N.! Y.
I If they secretely had any Inner on the property and attending to Starke. doesn't pay to say It can't 'hi*
.;, qualms as to whether or not the the hundred and one other details At length, enough money was done. It CAN be done If enough
task could actually be accomllshed. Involved In such an operation. on hand to start construction of hard-working citizens believe It
, > they kept It to themselves e e the building. It was rushed tc
They 'accepted the challenge and Then came the biggest job of completion and the first group of can, and there's a 23,000( square
'tl'' I went to work lust as If It was a all the actual selling of shares, learners went to work there In foot, 'J73.000 building on Tenth
foregone conclusion that victory of stock In the new corporation.',July. Street In Starke to prove, It. '
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yumID. I'Rm.\. O'TOB.rc b. 1931 t I

ith Clothing Plant And nmenite: Mine, Star e Is Balancing Its Economy ;

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at1 -.-r ,,4 fi'iy' 'a'cI -- Former Total Dependence On Agriculture Is Now Offset f,

By Sizeable Industrial Payrolls In This AreaWith I

Its two new Industries, together here about two and a halt year oral! was located In Trail RIdge ,
with several smaller ones and Is an Important' source of deposits eat o( Starke. tIn R
that have been here a number of this valued mineral used by E. I. the first few years of opera. f
ears, the Starke area can now duPont de Nemours & Co. In the tlon there were many unforaeea
boast of an Industrial payroll of production of whit paint. The problems to lick In this compll j h
31,000,000-plun per year. mineral la mined for duPont here cated mining operation but these
Needless to, say this la doing a I by the Humphreys Gold Corpora. have now been satisfactorily solved |
/great rival toward giving this area Lion, now employing some 250 persons and the mine Is producing at Its
a wi'll-balunced economy. Not w on Its three-shift "around the designed capacity. .
many years ago the Starke area clock", seven days per week sched Even though the plant mines
I vas totally dependent on agriculture ule. 400 carloads of sand every day;
timber products, and livestock ilmenlle was formerly obtainedby the finished ore obtained fills only
: to keep the "wheels turning", the duPont company from India five cars--a recovery factor of a
Valuable an these things are, they but this source was undependable -, little over one percent. Official of
till) did not provide the steady, due to unsettled- world con- the company estimate that there
'round Income that Is BO desirable -
year dltloim and after several years of Is enough ore on their 4,000 leased
In a growing community
The llmenlte mine, pictured on research and exploration this. do- acres for another 12 to 14 years'
this .page, has been In operation mestic source of the vRlueJ..mlnn of operation.
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AKIIIK: KF.CK1VINO: : ITS MUST! rt'IUKK\TIO.V! In the spiral| rmrgit (fI"lhlVf't mill) the or"Ioc'
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Congratulations and best wishes to our
of the small nurtnrni. who have found Starke a pleasant .
In whlrli. to carry on their operations Ill W.'V
and profitable place
new neighbor Big Dad Manufacturing
Brown whom beautiful pla.tlc Jenelry' end other ornamental plant For You
We extend best wishes for and ,. Strong
our a long arUt'I.'H l are well known tHroiiKhout the country. Pictured' aho e are.
Company. srveral of the plaMio Item made. h> :Mr. Brown In hl"Starke plant.
successful life for this fine company '
H. D. Smith, change from S. i S. -
ADDRESSESOF New Jereey, Port Arthur, Texas,
INTEREST to S. S. Blnger Herman, care E. T. SHULL
American Foreign Steamship
CARL RITCH Pvt. Cornellu. Crosby 35th:\ Corp.. 80 Broad St., N. Y., N. Y.
I Food Service Sq., care P>t, APO Perry Kite, Jr., 8th Dlv., USS PLUMBING
H. L. BROWNLEE 094, San Franclaco, Calif. FDR, CVB 42, care FPO, N. Y., & HEATING
,; PLUMBERBEST Lenthall Wyman, Forestry Div? N. Y.
' N. C. State College, Raleigh, N. C. Mrs. T. R. Holcomb, Umatllla
IT R. B. Alvarez, 323 FIrat St.,
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H. NASWORTHY 193\ General STARKE SuppliesPHONE FLA. Manufacturing Co., Inc. @ .FL-:.'J EARL'S GARAGEu.

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Plaintiff v. "
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No. 8658

teM.M'' il 'nknownUfled whole uittody,reel.end BRADFORD PARK ,;;

? rl hat heen filedabove ;;
ird you are named rs* ....:, I' ,," 11
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duce of the.. )
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r n'.H..n rent.lind(.'. been New 7th that York Ave.filed a ::1 1951 Schedule : ;

above y..n are namedd re. I. 4z
A ipy of your an. ][
ir the complaint j !
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he ifflca of the WILUSTON i
irt on or be. SEPTEMBER 21 7 BHS-20'
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I ''ni ,n*na.eon of fen.hi. acid. -.- Adults 28 t Students '
ie publlnhedk SEPTEMBER SEABREEZE-12, BHS -14 t

'd it" *only inerntlv Tele.. n j OCTOBER 5 PALATKA' '- HERE '1

h i At\\ ,f September. .

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.. Case No., (660 1At NOVEMBER 2 DELAND THERE t S : \ g .,!
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Vr.I r r Attorney PV t the of complaint your T. Frank an- R NOVEMBER 16 KETTERLINUS{ HERE : ..Y .. ''s, N. '. N .. I

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i.,hall taken he as putillnheA confess. ; NOVEMBER 30 LAKE BUTLER THERE : h ':v I. >, I,', 1

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I, vthoiie rest., Compliments ofLawson' Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Onward, Tornadoes! \ !p >"' Compliments of I
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Hkflty I1";-, h.notified.. s:.been w York that filed, a Market & Cold Storage DOWLING AUTO SALES PURE SERVICE STORE' i ;: J, ,C. H. NASWORTHY II"

ho above named. beat but rat La""IIOD'" )Meat! .t.
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and you are r, S. 301 at Road 100 C*.eral 8uppllell'I I
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J"Attornev.Florida T and. Frank file V'.6 '" F' :' .. __ l 1l

,I,Ills'It rnnrt ffr.| on Of of be.the See You At Bradford Park TonightE. Electric Service & Supply Best Wishes to the Team I,
"' Mow 'Em
V Ort..b. 1951: f Down, Tornadoes
?!L"Jlnn"'taken as confess."* raid' T. Shull Plumbing & HeatingPhone i. R. KITE, 'DerAt's SETZER'S SUPER STORES r' '" C. H. DRIGGERS i

chat' a. publlehedu
..jl consecutive 144 ) Support the Tornadoes Stark, Florida ., .
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Circuit Thomas.Court Best Wishes Of Closed Tonight we've gone to the Game! It's A Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes
.avtr, Deputy Clerk Good Team Like the Tornadoes t

'PPF.'R 9ilt 4t 105To" El 1 Rancho Drive-In Restaurant ANDREWS MOTOR CO. GUIDON GRILL Deserves Your
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U- 301 North of Starke George.Kopelounott
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,."Ifled. that a Victory B. Alvarez Service Station Starke Builders SuppliesCart ] GEM JEWELRYStarke's
.been filedabove <',.
Leading Jeweler
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you are r'e .. Farm, Home & Street ? John : 11'\
p'the aboard Railroad Watch
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da.ti. ', ;'tuber' :.'lrt on or 195T be.: Behind You, Tornadoes! You'll Arrive Safe. at the Game with Come on out and boost our team Intt, :S.>
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i I. ". .. confer.be Raid. .. TORODE CHEVROLET CO. FIRESTONE TIRES Western Auto Associate Store i t ;
';', publlnhed J Temple & Lake Service Station f
r" '' "onaecotlve Sale &: SrlreCompliments i. P. Robert. Motor J. F. JandoRCompliments.
rd County Good Lack Tornadoes '

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.Ir. \ -' '':. ., Florida Power & .
,.'e ,. "" ":.1er.r. Plain.riefend. Tornado Fane! Starke's Leading Motor Court Light Co. .
; 'f' We're Proud to be Tornado
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: "011 Game Meet\ Me At H. C. WALL
!ij/ r' ...f your Cr.r an.re- After the AGENCY KOCH DRUG STOREStarke WINKLER
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,t.,'-: ,,' ."." shown good judgement in locating their newt those f found anywhere. Starke is proud to

r h,": :r,\.''._ plant in the f friendly, heathful, tax f free City of have Big Dad located here and wishes. many .

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Official County, Publication Established In 1879

( Editorial)

ja'a new juvenile court law went into effect \OLl'MB: ENTV-THKEK 8TABKK.' FLORIDA. KKIOAY. CKTOBEJI ft. 1951 NmlBER TWELve

-or did it?
the statute books and the books 1>lain-
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.'that it it was to become effective Monday-but Council Seeks'Critical'Title PALATKA HERE TONIGHT
,e will tell if an aroused public is going to deat Board Activates

most important and greatly needed piece
| this will be carried out in the spirit in which Squad la Injury-Hidden After Winning Two Straight

mJation Intended, or simply given lip service and pigeon- I -. --.. I

M'une. with a lot of other worthwhile, but little -. ...;. '.-JIII'ot4 Claims Court
For StarkeA BH3 Tornadoes notched their
[j2 relation.i ,', CoachsJames Hobba will field an
second their first
in Bradford County a youngster was hailed straight: win Injury-ridden squad of Tornadoes

Tuesday morning and sentenced to aS resolution was passed by the In the East Florida Conference tonight when Palatka Invades the
n court City Council in Its first meeting last frlday night by defeating Day- ,
" school, although the new law for- BHS stadium for a contest which
I ] the reform in juvenile cases. There's another of the new fiscal year Tuesday tona's Seabreeze team 14-13. At '. should prove to be as fine a game Health Dept. Staff Governor To
hearings the time, Palatka
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night asking the Defense Production as the Sea breeze affair last week
county jail now and two more for whom the Tornadoes oppvnent for tonight
in the Authority to declare Starkeas wnlch saw the Tornadoes emerge At Miami Meeting
*issued. Who is going to look out whipped a highly regarded
have been being In a "critical defense victorious, 14-12. Name Judge
i and see that they receive the proper treatment area." Deland eleven 0-T. Hobbs said four men are definitely Most of the staff members olthe

of the new juvenile court law? The measure was introduced tc Bradford County Health Department
>\rms Tint Start S.IOM! nut playedth out of this game and maybe
.feel that this is too important a matter to pass the Council by Councilman James ,. SrJihm-mr team itlntoKtfrom another. The Injured players were will attend the annual A resolution establishing a Small
with cutting corners and Lewis. who explained that a number named meeting of the Florida. Public
or to "get by" otart tn flnfoh ssjtl- as being Gene Shaw, Claims Court In Bradford County
I rhtly, methods. of towns have already made u!<... prior to tfio fourth quarter broken l leg; Neil Crawford knee Health Association in Miami was passed by the Board of County

unerring set-up the juvenile court judge !!uch an application and that Stark will\ prow. Hut Dick K..rnyrhr*.. Injury; Ode McGee, cut leg Wiley Beach October 46. An Interesting Commissioners during their

IT the present month and local at- should follow closely on their heels run of 98 jant. and th* heachhoyn Coley, knee Injury; and Carl Johns program has been arranged regularly scheduled meeting Monday
eri'd to serve for $25 a a He said such a clasnlflcatlon if MeroiMl" tourht,,u n V4 righted with an ankle Injury. Of the five' with prominent out of state guest morning. The resolution.which ,

reulizing the "financial embarassment" of the passed on by the government Itw flgurrn/ MI hratlly that' the men, Hobbs said Johns Is the on speaker I completed all the local requirements

Commissioners has graciously volunteered to would make Starke eligible for final tabulation' show Krnhri Ily one with any chance of playing The following will leave Wednesday for the establishment

counselor without remuneration for the first building materials should they become <.>K.. ontKalnlng Starke! In at all. to attend: Dr. A. Y. Coving- of the Court has been sent to the

< much as we appreciate the spirit in which In short supply and Instigate iMith rtiHliIng, and pawing.The With rain, hampering every ton. HealUi Officer; Mrs. Arlln L Secretary of State as the law requires.

''fcrs are made, we feel that these positions, if a home building/ program badly Tornadoes scored early in workout this week little rough McKnlght, public health nurse; .

out effectively will be too much of a burden needed by the city. the first quarter when Seabreeze work wall in store for the squad. and Jack Trawlck. sanitarian.. The Court Itself will not be able

L ty to ask or expect anyone to serve Such a classification reduces the tried to punt out of danger from Monday and Tuesday saw them During their absence the Health to act, however until the Governor
onsibility for down
amount required
ll> payments drllllntr on tholr offense judge. Who will be
Indeed, the responsibilities of dei-p In their own territory and by running Department will remain open with appoints
remuneration. In buying or building homes plays and the and how long It will
Carl pamiers sharpening the rink on duty. Mrs appointed
Johns JoyceItlherd
could easily develop into almost a wa* In to blork thkick.
iile counselor particularly to veterans Lewl.remlnd..d BUS took over on the Sen- up their throwing arms. The. field nurse who has recently take no one knows, but A, J.
e job in this county and certainly no one should the Council that the clt breeze eleven yard line. Johns i accent shifted to defenna however been ill/ will be available Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit

!cteil to make such a sacrifice of time without Izens of Starke have had a great gained four. Teston carried to the Wednesday with emphasis given for neccessary immunizations II Court, said It shouldn't take Ion;
deal of trouble in the past when mainly to fundamentals and and the Court should be operating
sation. two and Johns then drove over I I nogroat she recovers by that date.
appreciate the position of the County Commis- they tried to secure FHA financing left tackle to scare standing up. I changes beingmade.. within a few weeks.

who are faced with ever increasing respon- for a horre here and this should FM Parker's try for the extra ..,..... Hobbs said no one scouted Pa- Original action, for the establishment
help considerably ---" -----
at the same time hear from all sides a point was good and the Tornadoes lutka last week as they rolled tc Juvenile CourtCounselor of such a Court wan
i* and must He produced a letter from Congressman took a 7-O lead. Ell 1'\RKf'.n. his extra their second straight win by beat taken during the September

iue ind cry against higher taxes. Yet we Charle Bennett stating Starke scored again In the third politI" gave the margin of victory ing Oeland 9-7 and, as a result, he meeting of the Board when a
that these responsibilities are a natural by- just how application should be quarter when they began a drive doesn't know what they have. He group of himlneflsmen appeared

of our increasingly complex civilization and made and wishing the City the on the Seabreeze 47 yard line and Benner trlfd. to for the extra did say, however that the game Named with a petition signed by more
faced. It is true that the Board's budget for best of luck 111 their efforts to obtain moved It down to the 22 where point but It was pall Intercepted by wall played In the rain for the than 23 registered voters of the

has been made up and adopted. It is also such a classification. Kd Teston roamed all over right Jimmy Rowe and the night's scoring must part and very few passes i County asking that the Court bestablished.
year the juvenile court law was passed by the Legts- Also up for discussion beforethe tackle, and again scored standing was over. were thrown. Hoi Us V. Knight, county attorney Final action was post
lit t Council was a new unit for the up. Parker's extra point attempt was appointed Juvenile! poned until Monday however
lust spring and it was no secret that it was to power plant. Titus Olson, local I was again Rood and the Tornadoes Starke won the toss and elected The outlook became a little counselor by the Board of County when the ClArk testified that the

effective October 1. It is also true that the commercial refrigeration dealer led 140.S..ahl't'f'ltf'. to receive. McRae received Ray brighter In one department thl.w..ek Commissioners Monday, the very petition was In order and the
another has found necessary before and toHof mond's. kick on his five yard line when It was announced that day that the .
in.one way or appeared the body statute went Into effect. Board voted unanimously to draw
had been made broke Into the scoring and ran It back to his own 40. Sydney Jackson, who has been .
In South
i'or various purposes after budgets a 750 KVW plant a Knight offered to serve as and pass the resolution.
it her occa lons. Doubtless, it could be done again. Carolina town that was for sale column In the fourth quarterby Johns picked up five yards over suffering Wayne with a foot Injury, and counselor without pay for the first Several applications, for the
moving the ball downflrldon tackle and McRae picked up two Douglas, who was kept
revolutionary piece of legislation at a great saving. year because the Board had no position of County Road Supervisor
rafting such a a wrU-n' cf nprlnl.* around the more over left guard, but the Tornadoes out of last week's game with a
of the He .sold the plant had been Installed money budgeted with which to recently vacated the
wlature could merely set forth the letter end* an-l IMrk Korsythe'M paws were offsides On the play cold, will be able to play against by
could not prescribe the spirit in which it would In 1935 and operated unti1 to Dick rnholt, who nrimrnper* and were penalized five yards. Palatka. Ed Teston, last w..ek'sleading pay such a counselor. death of Nelson Green were received

icd out. It can't require the juvenile court judge 1941 when the municipality began ei on arrimn the goal line from Johns galnnd nine yards through ground gainer has been Under the provisions of the law but the applicants were Informed
defendant or force him buying Its power from the Tennessee ,thre yards out. Tom Hay. the right side of the line, and after I slowed down by a Charley horse enacted In the 1951 Legislature that the position had been
ind chat with a teen-age Now It Ii
Valley Authority. the temporarily filled. The Board had
the moml'N extra, point attempt wan Thomas failed to gain on an this week but all Indications effectlvenes of the court hinges
Ie into the background and try to for sale at a price of only Il .OOC no good and the Tornaul..es led end around play, Johns punted point to a good night fort. him tonight on the counselor, rather than the appointed R. K. Jones to serve
>f the juvenile delinquency so that it could bed and expert estimate an additional 14-0. to the Seabreeze 10 where For I unless. further trouble de judge. The court can operate a* temporary supervisor during
$t .OOO would put It in tip top without their special meeting September
the a
at source. The Sandcrab's second touch sythe picked up the ball and was velops. special juvenile judge ,
there shall be a counselor shape! and move It to Starke fotInstallation. tackled as It Is
law can provide that down rame late In the fourth Immediately. doing In this county but 29.A

it's about as far as it can go. It doesn't 'state Tlfls would mean(100.00C a quarter when Forsythe took a Benner carried for no gain Perkins yard penalty. Forsythe took apltchout It can't function at all without resolution expressing the

is counselor shall spend so many hours on( each laving of approximately of Starke. pltchout, ran around his left end lost a yard trying to run his around his right end specially appointed counselor. Board'* sympathy to Green's family

at he or she shall try to straighten the matter to However the City, there\ Is one catch and streaked down' the far sideline left end end Lenholt kicked toMcRse for no gain and as Lcnholt attempted County Judge C. K Parryman and citing his service! to Bradford

haut having the child sent to reform school; that Olson said. Another firm hai all the way to the end on the Sea breeze 40, However to punt, Johns moved In offered to serve as juvenile Judge recorded County was the also passed. and.
take interest !in each which rone. It was the longest run ofthe BHS was offsides and the fut to block U.pontlnued. for sn extra 125 per month. a few during meeting;
mselor should try to an an option on the engine Mr*. Bessie Burn made
>nt child and try to put the youngster on the doesn't expire until October .13: night and,! tptaled 1I8"o..Yi.r. ,<1JI.;. bBllvwasjarrled: ; back foe a five ( to p.g.8) month to this back, and the. Board agreed written application for; the position !a

detention home.doesn't Should the firm fall to take up t arrangement.The of Juvenile
ack before sentencing him to a Counselor, but because
but that's what it will take its option the Council plans to new law does not provide H. V. Knight county attorney
all that
say is to be effective., send a delegation to South Carolina II POPULATION O.F' STARKE UP 98.9 PER CENT thst a Juvenile court be set up In had already been! appointed

,new system but for an Inspection and possible each county for this must still b< counselor for the"Juvenile Court,
letter of the law is up to the Legislature, done by
c purchase of the plant. special act of the Legis. her application WJis not acted upon.
irit of the law is up to the people. If we're satis- Bids were received from three climbing from 1,480. In 1940 to 2- I lature. It does provide, however .

|th the "status quo," that's exactly what we'll get. accountants on the cost *>f auditing Urban areas In Bradford County 941 In 1950. Nation. The present count Is 80 that all case be handled in a uni Another resolution was drafted

iMieve that something better is possible under the City's books for the fiscal generally reflected a substantial Lawtey showing a substantial I times as large as the state's population form and just manner and pro during the September 29 meeting:,

Ions of the new law, and believe that it's worth vear which ended Sunday at midnight Increase In the 1950 census, a. Increase of 34 9 per cent-from In 1830, the first year In hibits th* court from arresting requesting the State Raod Depart

-eventually we'll get that too. and the Council moved that Compared with 1940, according tc 427 In 1910 to 576 In 1950.: I which the present area of Florida and trying juvenile In the same ment to repair State Road IS
IK ,
ire' deal of talk today about the moral the job be given to G. W. Dande- final figures compiled by the Hampton, third largest town in : was enumerated In a Federalcensus. manner as an ..dult.Th.y through llrooker. The resolution
a Bureau of Census and released .
las' junt
"The next genera- lake. who'auditiwl the books the county however, showed n cannot be "arrested" but aid. In effect, that the road had
nation's youth.
ration of the and outmay.e year. The price wax $:iIlO. by Merrill C. Lofton regional 19.2 per cent decline In population According to the new urban are to be taken Into custody. They needed. repairing for com time
m't be but bunch of grafters director of the U. S. '
anything a aillcbroujt'ht Departmentof
Parking meters were definition. Florida can't be and since it
whose dropping from 478 In 1910 to 386 I had 1,813,890 fingerprinted or photographed was becoming increasingly
you've said that yourself. Well up for discussion as Chair Commerce In Atlanta. In 1900. I persons living In urban territory without a special order wome because of heavier

it The next generation's? No, it is ours because man H. A. Bishop Jr. stated tha* The county Itself reflected an : and only 957,415 In rural areas of the Juvenile judge. Nor can traffic the Department should begin

n't 1 t take time to teach our youngsters better ways the meters weren't being enforced Increase of 31.4 per cent, with an Brooker's 1950 population was I Urban population comprises 63.E they be Imprisoned In the same repairs immediately.

ii haps set a little better example for them to follally. ns they should be and there was a overall gain of 8,717 In 1940 tc reported Brooker at 277.were The not available.Florida's 1910 figuresfor per cent of the state total. cell with adults. The law defines Reports were received from the
In revenue 11.497 In 1950. I
corresponding luvenlles
County population from as' being children up to County Judge District Welfare
Council asked. Mayor Wainwrljrht Starke, the county seat,. showIng new population total range
The 18
court low year old. Board and the
a of 2,199 State Prison
Bradford County now has a juvenile in Glades to 495OS4 ,- Supervisor
such as were a gain of .98.9 In of
take steps cent 2.771.305
to per It
places In
? twentiethplace In Dade, the The law all of which were examined
''tal cost of $25 month. A bargain, you say state's most provide that If a child
per Insure the enforcement population during the decade
necessary to proper among the 43' states of the I law and ordered tiled
populous. violator I I.
wise who ,. over 13 and
e'A hate to disillusion you, but the man of the parking meter --- _.., has years
---- committed
an offense
aid, "You pay for what you get" undoubtedly and make such changes as assigning generally

hereof he spoke. We'd hate to think that Brad- a different patrolman tc \\Blanding 'Treasure Hunt9 Starts Monda" punishable, the by a yeat's: Imprisonment i Official Opening
; juvenile I
mnty could afford to spend but $25 a month in an the Job If neccessary. - _-- judge can transfer the court Of New Church
., case to a.
I to correct delinquency among its young folk We United Plastics was awarded the About the same time that President .---., criminal court Set
---- Methodist
costs that much or more lob of painting "Help Keep Our Truman signed the | ever scrap In discovered. His con
liably informed that it military If the
Tax-Free City Clean" on the newly PRESIDENT SIGNS tract provides, however, that an violator I Is over 13 year I
d one for month in the county jail. building bill. In which approximately and has The official .
a committed
arrived cans which will be Army officer: will Inspect all ma. an offense Opening.. Service for
s understand that the operation of the new pWed\ on downtown sidewalks six million dollars are ap-j i BIG MONEY It ILL tfOrlal l unearthed with the right punishable by.death, the juvenile I the new First Methodist! Church

1 Ie court law will be a topic of discussion at the Toe Arnold owner-manager of the proprlated for the partial reconstruction to wlthold any strategic material court judge must transfer the! of Starke will be held on Sunday

r !meeting of the Bradford County Children's firm said he would do the job for of Camp Blandlng, an The military building hili. In or other valuable equipment found. child to the circuit court for trial i I October 14, It was announced thin

'won next Monday. It is to be hoped that the $4 per can and start Immediately Department announcement of was the Army made by to the the which Included nearly for six million dollar 1 I., The rest will be sold to Hartley for However, there are other aspects''1 week by the pastor, the Rev.
theu'e of the meet' Camp Blandlng wssigned scrsp. of the new law Thoma G. Mitchell. The
responsibility and take Prior to the opening For Instance new
won will assume its effect that they will begin an excavation by president Truman IsstFriday. a I
in efforts to see that the new law is carried sworn In. City attnrney the relonsed to the the week of October
were possibility thst parent or guardianwhenever '
spirit as well as letter in Bradford County. George Pntten swore In the effort to recover some "burledequipment" According to a recent statement scrap will be located.anything but possible 8-13 and the Installation wilt be
4 snd he. In turn swore In bv the Army Engineer's office In I complete In time for the servlca
Mityor A child
r taken
I Senator Apessard L. Holland reported Jacksonville, they should receive Captain Paul W. Mayor, public Into custody I Is not
two Councilmen Sunday morning October 14.
the City Information to be termed "
ine that a number of rumors the fund for within officer for the Florida "arrested.
Forma To The Right; nnd the Police force. Bmhop wa_ Blandlng twe All former
pastors member
have reached him a Military District, Alt juvenile .
concerning weeks after the president's signature declared the hearing are to>> be
of the CounII and
Chairman friends
re-elected of
considerable amount of line fill Is sfflxed which would br i Army Is letting such contracts In closed to the public. the First Methodist

ew Boxes Arrive At t Post Office mltteea' and would announced remain that the all same.United com. equipment critical materials, and next Friday order to swell the supply of essential Juvenile court records ore not attend Church this are eervlce.cordially Invited to

scrap metal that Is supposedly I Then, they will be ready to advertlse steel scrap for the defense public and cannot be opened to Following the
hurled somewhere Inside the reservation. : for bids on the proponed program.He the public. If a Juvenile case .Is service tha congregation and

lrl<< c 'st office will loon JunUwhen they will be Installed Plastics Adds Rumors have it that the, construction which will probably emphasized that the price ot appealed to the circuit court, the "on friend the will church enjoy BV. basket" dinner

W *" new mall boxes .ndl Isn't known but their representative New Sign Department equipment was burled! at the end} begin sometime around the lattet scrap Is Government-controlled, so child' Initial* are to be used Instead grounds. At the
l'1'1. thereby shortening i' Is due here any day he said. of World War IT, Just before the I part of December or the first of that there can be no speculation of the name. Sunday evening; service on October

*" mtlng. lint of patient 'I The Local Pont Office has had awaiting United Plastics Is expanding rinsing of the Camp. I the yesr. A Jacksonville firm on material unearthed In such Instance The court ha* the Jurisdiction to and 14. the new Wurlitzer Organ ,

""> have been waiting I Hat for mall boxes for and adding! another department I If. C. Maine of Ocalu In the has already been awarded! the contract *. place Juvenile under the supervision be the three church choir will

) until lomeone dies 01 ,over two years, and a lot more according to a statement this. week .originator of many of the reports for the drawing of finished J, B. Cottrell, superintendent of of a counselor, commit the consecrated In a service oforg.n
u a l In order wanted them who haven'tput : of extensive waste and It was announced plan and the child to and vocal musie. Special
to get people by Joe Arnold owner-manager. specifications on Camp Blandlng said Tuesday thai a detention home or In music will be
i'he' the list, Jackson at first that his furnished by the
their name on buildings to be constructed ? dustrial
The department will Include they (the salvage firm) school or
new might find permanently Senior.
s.lv..1 Youth
"..t Postmaster E. B. said. The Post office mailed "(gn work plastic letters and engraving I firm had been awarded this Is scheduled for completion some old broken desk, chairs, commit the child to a licensed Choirs and and Children's
out 80 ..ppllcatlons'thUi week to tract for the excavation. U.ln..aj"aid by November 1. for by the organist, Mr*.
aid Veiterday that the the waitIng he said and will be under I number of fencing and maybe a keg or two agency adoption. I E. K. Perryman.
who were on a airplanes were I
thoM people the of E. A. Fletcher. .. of nail, -but\ that was
supervision about all
are ----" -- .
on hand end expect I off thlt Florida -
a con- he added, but they I jettisoned count
list He ,
been let for their Instalr -, another rUM when the news leaks Rxpandlng became vitally necessary neir Jacksonville ami a large I of obsolete or wsr-weary planes.To lieve said he definitely didn't be New ;
that Should
1ut'.1 Papas
Arnold said ss the pro< of any valuable equipment Notify Draft Board !
r'au. an Ohio firm. out. amount steel! equipment and I attempt to recover the fuselages or anything worth )
lion of th. plant began to climb |I i .plumbing supplies were burled at now would not be economical burled saving been II |
then was unsble ta keep and tended to discount the
even added. I
t Blnmllng. | he
Of Staff
if* Aboard Humphreys "in with orders. The local firm I I- Secretary of the Navy Dun A, I The Superior Iron and Metal' claim of Halne QUICKI

mmand Ship Holds Regular now manufacturing sign and Klmhnll recently sal. elastic noveltU For companies allover was correct In saying maay surplus awarded the contract for the salvage County Children's by Mrs. Rho4a Dampier, chief I I letter or who can present aI
Meeting from
t'rtwa: radioman third Monthly the world many of them In' aircraft had been Jettisoned I operation to begin Monday at Commission clerk of the local draft board to I.stating thai a licensed doctor
a ha
*. ha> of foreign 'In the Atlantic off Jacksonville Blandlng. but It will he under the all those been con-
reported for duty monthly meeting men with a 3-A class
The regular languac"I I [ celved. will be left In 3-A.
n e mmand ship USS the management staff at Hum I after being stripped of Instruments I direct supervision of the Third) To Meet Monday ification who- have had children-i Tha October call I
at 8an Diego. Before was held sizeable contract: wss In the wind an I other materiel worth salvaging. Army Headquarters. Ince filling out their questionnaire for only
Gold Corporation *
f man. *o> far,
n JJI present asslgn- phreys afternoon at 3 o'clock 'or the plant and Mould It com i But he added, a lengthy Investigation Maurice Bartley. vlre president The Bradford County Children'* to get In touch with the Board other will be she said but

"> &r three and a half Monday Prof. R. J. Cummlngs of thUniversity / hrough as expected the new de-I i had failed to disclose! of the cone.rn. said his company Commission will meet} .Mondhy, : Immediately. Those men falling Induction called up for pre- ,

ard the destroyer USS with of Florida School ot lartment should suddenly find IIiclf the existence of large quantities I took the job purely. a gambleHe Oct. 8. at 12 noon. In Avery Inn. to do *o may find themselve* be and there .U physical examination

Which saw action In as guest speaker a* flooded with order a* the ; of usable cable dumped off th" said be had checked enough to B. E. Sparks, chairman request InK called up for Induction. Mr the entire every possibility that .
engineering discussion was "Classl- trier departments. I Florida Keys or other wastage of find out that Iron of some kind Is that all persons planning to attend Dampier said. program will be stepped

(\ *r.duate of Brad- i Topic flcatton for of Job and Wage Bates" I Government material near pensa- burled on the reservation out Just the meeting make reservation The appeal' came after receipt up.She'

SchooL where h. was The meeting this month was Inof Singing Convention i cola. as Haloes had claimed. what It I I., he doesn't know. for the luncheon by calling Mrs. by the local board Monday of the Lake listed John Karl Sullivan.

f the footb.ll team. He ..tI.e, EX V, Whittle and MarkjBaggett I The practice of dropping stripped He said he had visited the Bland Avery at IS. order passed and signed by the Butler ** being1 the only
man to be
Ih" Nary ,In May 1041. The Union County Singing Corjventton I aircraft off Jacksonville was. Inc site and found nothing but a Main topic> of discussion at th. president last week stating that Inducted during Sep

},{r." B.oatrlc. Crews | At 6:3O: o'clock the staff memo will convene at the Pin, discontinued he aseertexl! when "beautiful piece of grassy <
t 2 :!. "A" Street, N.. ben enjoyed dinner at KeatoneInn. Level Baptist Church Sunday, smelting pot became available to Hia bid on the work was the best Court law which became effective wife will be r-classlfed( Into 1-A given pre-lnductlon physical examinations

Jl"alit :[I Oct. 7, at 2:30: pm. I reclaim metals from the fuselage' .received! $8 a gross ton for what- October 1, Mr. Sparks said. classification while thos with was inducted, she September said. 28.I Sullivan.



,.OCT5-1951 ., ,

BIG ).\n EDITION _. Fltlatl,
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1 Gainesville Saturday night were: and Mrs Dave Shaw of LaCrosse her father. We are glad to report I his parents and attended the funeral !
M. 0 Hanvll. Katherine Harrell. were guest of Mr. and Mrs Roy he Is I much Improved. of his grandmother. er,
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED LONG BRANCH Sandra Jones Harry Williams, Green over the weekend. Truby Hodge, who Is employedIn Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green art
Kenneth. Green Mr and Mrs. Mrs. J P. Baxter has returned Jacksonville!, spent the week proud of bringing their little')n '
1879 E, L. MATTHEWS. OWNKM-KDITOM Ily 1I1re. J. L. Strickland Jatnr- Thomas Yvonne Harrell''I to her home here after spendingthe end here with his family. Allen-Timothy home from Alachua *rn E **
and Richard Crosby past year In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mn-. John Freeman County Hospital Saturday. H. Ian 1 *, h,
t niblih Every r riaay and Entered an Second the Illness of the weekend In RaIford with was born a month '
Mr. and Mrs. John Crlffil of Mr and Mrs John Shaw and Mr ,her parents due to spent ago and had to 1.. ltd
Wass Matter at the Pont Office at Starke. Ft*. 1

Highland sometime but have show. been some very Improvement III for .:;'.. ;'.'.:'.:-".. ";'.: ..:;i>C."." .:.... ,' ,.;... ...: ,-:. .',::", ';" '......-' -'.. ..,
Member 1951YOUR we are glad to say. These
folks are getting Along In years
e6gq and It I III hard for them to recoveras
quickly from an Illness as they
could when young. Mrs. Griftls
has been blind for several years
and hail also been confined to herb
d for about five years. The A.RVEST
are the parents of our groceryman -
In these parts Mr. Carson
Grit tie.
My mother, Mrs. Belt la on the
NEWSPAPER sick list this weekIn fact she
has been falling for sometime.Our ,
daughter Mrs. Walter Lang
LIGHTS THE WAYOF and baby daughter returned to

FREEDOM them promised Zephryhllls, especially to come Tuesday.back Sandra.Chrlstmai We They miss Now Going On "Harvest" The Savinl

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but we were I
co. Had we known anyone would \ [ :()
have gone we would probably have FABULOUS ,..._- "" :;NV.wI/Q'' .ia HOMOGENU a
tried It, but as it Is so far over <: tartOIlE1W
IN OIISKKVANCE OF there and so few houses along the r
National Newspaper Week, 18"THE road, well those going In the backof
a truck really would have got- FAB ii SPR
I I'IUSTF.II'Ith..llt him lyruutt and humbugs In ten wet and we dolt mean just
all ciMiiilrli-H would have their own way HiIt .a friend ofIntelligence' damp either so we thought every-
and thought a friend' of liberty of frrrilom one had given up the thought of .
i>f law > Inilwil. the friend of every mini who I lea. frli'nd going'\ and we stayed at home too. .
or ..rdrr" Of all Intentions, of nil ,dUcon-rlfH, .In silence and We will go back to this church Box 25cLIMIT J y/lIl"m.. 3 Lb. 7
Large Can
,for services December 30 If the
art of all the great re..ulU. In the wonderful progress. of weather permits. I looked this Quantity Rights" Reserved. Prices' Good Thru Sat.. Oct. 6
nii'chanli'al energy and ..kill. the printer, IH the only product date up so I would not have to PLEASEITTTTITTTTTITTTTTITTtTTIITITTTTT j
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We have Just elected new officer
In our Junior Training Union arid
hope to get more work done than
E A Day In Which{ 1 We All Take Pride In the past. We hope to create
l more Interest than has been shown

y : There won't. be any fireworks or windy oratory therewon't before Maxwell House
.:F I be any brass: band or ribbon-cutting ceremonies ,,
, but Starke, In a very quiet and sincere way will be expressing
i its pride and. satisfaction\' today at seeing the realization of BROOKER{ LB. CAN

a dream come true. .
Mr F. J. l. wlnhlhdny

. Mayor J. \\o'uinwdght has )proclaimed today, October 5,, .
as "Dig Dad Day" in Starke and Bradford County and operators Misses Party Carolyn and Catherine Limit 1 Pleaser
have announced that house"will ,
of the new plant "open Nudge were hostesxpa at a birth-
be held during regular working hours throughout the clay party given at the home of
I' day. The public Iii cordially invited to visit the plant, tour their parents. Mr. and Mrs Truby .
the various department, and witness at first hand the marvelously Hodges, In honor of their little -
smooth operation of a modern clothing factory. brother, Doyle Eugene, on his
first birthday. Fifteen children enjoyed
this occasion with them. O'Sage Brand Orange 46-Oz. Can Cardinal Grade A SlicedBacon
Almost everyone, by now, is familiar with the story of After several games were played,
;1 how the Big Dad Manufacturing Co. was brought to Starke, lake and drinks were nerved.
and knows how much hard work and personal sacrifice was R. F. Oano, S. A. L. agent here
necessary before this "dream" became a glorious reality and son M. M. of St. Augustine
iitl I Suffice it to say, that without the wholehearted cooperation have returned from their vacation. JUICE 18Y2CNew ] LB. 4
I of almost! everyone in the community the difficulties encountered They Mascotte visited, Groveland relatives and In Leesburg Umatilla.,

_' would have been insurmountable, and the factory Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Layfleldand .
jlI!I would have gone to some other lucky Florida town. children of GalneHVtlle and
Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson of Starke
. n 1 Hut when Starke makes up its mind to "go after" something visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs
'II and presents a united front, as it did In this instanceits N. C. Matt Saturday.Mr. Crop Tropical Brand
n t efforts are usually crowned with success!, and such wag and Mrs. H. O. Brown of. Corn Fed Loin or Rib End b

!II the One case: has with but Dig to Dad.read this special issue of the Telegraph Jacksonville Mr., and with Mrs.Mrs.spent Springs Alex Mary the Williams spent L.weekend Green Wednesday of

I to realize how fortunate we are in obtaining a division plantof I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. RICE 3 Ib. pkg. 29CDonald Pork Chops J JM
a concern so well established and so highly thought of in Gr en.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Davis of
I the business\' world as is the Siceloff Manufacturing Co. of
Lexington. N. C, Congratulatory messages for this issue Fort Jackson, S. C. spent the
weekend here with their .
have poured In from firms whose names are household words are to parents.We
so-T-y report Mrs. L.
.{> j throughout the nation-The Singer Sewing Machine Co., L. Parker's condition not Improved. -
1, I The Patent Button Company, Erwin: Mills, Brand & Oppen- She was moved to a hospitalIn Duck Pint SmallSpare 1 U
heimer, Conmar Zipper Co., Groves Thread Co., and manyothers. New Orleans, La. last Friday.
She was accompanied by her husband ..
i U L. Parker. We hope she

This, in itself, is proof enough that the management of will Mr.soon Luelle be well Baxter again.of Jacksonville Mayonnaise 33C Ribs 4!

Starke's new factory is in the hands of men who are known spent the weekend. here with
and respected\' throughout the industry in which they are engaged her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade
-the great and highly competitive world of clothing Harrell.
f manufacturing. Mr. apd Mrs. O. W. Barry and .
j; Jackie spent the weekend In Apopka -
as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C.
II This, however, was obvious from the very beginning to C. Deexe and, family
I'' those: who were working hardest to bring the factory here, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and Florida
"It and were in closest\' contact with the heads of the Siceloff girls spent Sunday at Anttoche or Georgia
firm. They have been cooperative in the extreme-courteous visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
tl'I'' and friendly at all times throughout the lengthy negotia- J. Jo::.. Hardy.Mr. FRYERS Grade A Dressed and 4
and Mrs. Guy Plnholater of
&' tions. It was a genuine pleasure to work with them. Jacksonville pent Sunday visitIng -

.p his mother, Mrs. Rosa Ptnholster.
!1"1 Today( as tangible. and undeniable evidence that faith Drawn LB.
I and hard work DO pay off, there is a fine, modern factory Guy Hnrrell of Cocoa spent the
II building in Starke offering much-needed employment to almost weekend here with his family.
a hundred persons, and holding forth the promise\' of Miss Dorothy McLaughn of
further possible expansion in the future.Be Fort Myers visited Mrs. Groover

r Moore Mrs.last Brook weekend. PRODUCE Frozen Foods
sure to visit the plant today and see if you do not weekend with Perryman her daughter.spent Mrs the
agree with us that Starke and Bradford County are fortunate J, R. Mott.
l indeed to be selected as the new Florida home of the Big Dad N. C. Mott of Gainesville spent .
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Lake City teachers Monday meeting! held. In York cooking 3 Ibs. 29c.nTTTTTTVVYTTTTn.nTTTTTTTTTTnvvvvvy'.TTTTTTTTTTTTT JUICE Duncan Hines 5 caase9
Every Branch of : Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Chambers 0''Jat'k..onvllle Orange,
were weekend. truest
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BRADFORD CO1TNTY" TKUEGKAPH. BTARKK. FIQJUPAi "roniatlo comp scat one. Betty
1&St ,
,,, i sssssssssadford be-
I I I, next to the Denmark place on Lake Belly Grable StarredIn has trouble with her husband off
I his mind
and that he has had some eggs! cause he can't keep
The Life And Times Geneva. New MusicalAt other women so she sues for a s.p-
bigger than the one he brought us Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Christ

but he wasn't coming to town andcouldn't In FISH'N'S FUNBy Of New River FolksBy Kevstone Heights!! offers have a baby daughter, born Florida Sunday"Meet amnesia arate maintenance until he and finally then cornea feign

make a special trip Sunday. Sept. 30 In St. Vincent'sHospital
just to show them off. Bill Baker Jessie 10 Lazenby Jacksonville. The baby: :Me After the Show". across and repents' In time for a

He haa about 80 hens In hip been named, Mrs.Chriatoffers Macdonald Carey and
Next Sunday Is World Communion has not yet starring happy ending.
I flock part Hampshire and part I The fish seem to be on the move Ethan Sapp sold his timber sometime Sunday when every Protestant I was formerly, Miss Betty Grable! scheduled for showIng r

Mlnorcans. He laid he just doesn't again. Yes air, they seem to be back and they are through Church in the world will be Patricia Harris of Atlanta. They at the Florida Theatre thin FREE !

J know which hens lay the best, hitting everything In the book. All cutting logs. Now the pulp wood holding communion. The Commu are at present living: In the St.1 Sunday and Monday.

but the Mlnorgans seem to lay' this week fishermen have been people are about through cleaning nity Church Is no exception and I Johns View Apartments, Riverside Tills la the second picture within For Prompt FREE Removalof

/ the bigger eggs. Seems aa though reporting good catches on live up limbs and tope Roan Turner; asks that Its members be present and Dr. Chrlatoffers', slater recent months where Macdonald Dead Crippled, & Worth-
,everyone has his preference bait, worms fly tackle, and along Is cutting timber; too. I It possible. Barbara Is living with them. She Carey has exercised his vocal Mules.

I though, for Hardee's egg came lust plugs: Every lake you Bud and Nan Moody and Ralph) ; Tuesday Oct. 9, at 3 p.m. the la employed by the Standard Oil chords to sing, the first! being less Cattle Horses,

i from a Hampshire and Mrs. Har- care to visit you will see them I( Merrttt were visiting in Jacksonville -' Keystone Heights Woman's Club Co. In Jacksonville and \Is planning "Excuse My Dust" with Red Skel- & Hogs .

dee vowa she wouldn't have anything Jumping nil around They are | Sunday. will hold Its first. meeting of the ; : to take some work In the StarkeWE

elae.ThankJI. hungry for a change, too l Pete, Jerry and little Mike Sapp new year In the club house. Tho 'Massey Business College. ton.The film, produced by veteran Call-132,
County for the egg Mr. Dyal, jot Palatka were visiting the B. A. building has been renovated inside Mrs. J. F. Fredrlcksaon has left showman George Jesse!, Is the ALWAYS COME !

tomb Kernse We ate It the following morningfor A navy chief from Green Cove Sappa Sunday. and out and will be an -inspiration for an extended visit In New York story of a Broadway musical

making breakfast. i Springs came In with a string of Joe Lazenby writes that the to the members for a and New England.! She will be comedy star and her producer- Florida Renderers,
andno I 16 bass caught by himself and his Navy has caused him to weigh 170 successful year. The new officers, !pone for six weeks or two months director husband who rock the INC.

our highways danger of an Following up our latest tip of I buddy. The string went from 1 7 pounds, staying In at nights eat- elected last May. are: president, Her cousin Mrs Alice Dwyer of Great White Way and the city of .

strawberries the week we visited the home of 1-2 pounds down to pan size. Two I ing regular meals, and living a Mrs. F. M. Walrath 'Sr.: Secretary Hartford, Conn. who came downto Miami with a host of humorous

of some sec- Halite D. Martin out east of Stark week-ends In a row they have had,, routine life. Glad to know that Mrs. J. C. Detweller. ; treasurer Inspect the progress of her new
!though In the woods clone to the farm of this same kind of luck. Some went back
favored with he has qualified for Airman'sSchool Mrs. S. Kennedy.The home on Lake Geneva,
lIy to "record keeping" Hornsby. featured I flsh'n huh! Mr. Walden of Jax i and surely hope he can be Boy Scout Troup, sponsoredby with her

bllng, were growers ratJims last week In this column. reported a nice string of bass, but stationed In Florida for a while. the Community Church, helda I Mrs Lou Timmins and children 'Now at: Winkler's Electric Service

owes' areas haven'tyet. Hallle, most folks will remember I did not say how many. All these I I'I I Bud Moody la taking up and fish fry last Friday, Sept, 28, at have gone with Mrs. Timmlns'

?< was seriously Injured In an were caught on "imiildlggers" or setting out strawberry plants, and the Beach. Its purpose was to aunt, Mrs. Mattie Boasley, of \

report that automobile accident a year ago 'I "bullheads". These bait seem to I[ It certainly has been good weather raise money for their expenses for Gainesville for a ten day vlalt In

ers dry during the this past June and has.never fully be better than shiners because the I for just that. We want to plant the year and we understand It Tampa with Mrs. Beasley'a daughter ON lJISPLAYHousewarming

to that the recovered. Even now, he Is con loss In tho bucket Is less. Theyare three or four thousand this week. was entirely successful althoughthe Mrs. J, J. Larche.

period like concretethe fined to a hospllAl bed which has catching fish as good as!'I Leona Dukes hall been on the exact amount has not yet been

Ire hit It. So has been placed In the living room shiners, too sick list this week. determined. Al Watson Is com Adding Machines and Portable Time

who plow had plan- of his home. Ilea a fine fellow and I Those of us who attended the mlttee chairman and Johnny Rivera Typewriters|. solil on lime.-Bradford

Iks this year he had led a very active life, prior I Your fishing{ reporter promised FEA District 3 meeting in Lake U Scoutmaster County Tcli-graph..
entirely. Con- to the accident, and If* pretty to tell how the schooling baas are' City Monday were Cleo Andrews, Mrs. W. C. McCreary enter- featuring

,out pricesext hard on a guy like that when he doing now. There are six less baas I Charley Cowen Nettle Moody. talned six tables of bridge and .

j folk spring figure because has to be confined to bed. to report to "school", Last Mon Flora Belle]] Nettles, Minnie John canasta last Friday, Sept. 28. Duo-T1ierm Home Heaters

and thus, they The real tip In this case though day afternoon they just wouldn't' and myself, Mrs. R. A. Weeks la back from WELDING Famous ,

rage will more orl concerned his mother, Mrs. J. M let a plug alone while they were I Fonnle Crews and Fernle Moody New York where she visited her

nng Let's hope so. Martin who we'd venture to wager schooling. This nice string was, were gathering corn on the Maston daughter, Mrs Wlllard LaMort.

gets around better and accomplishes boated by yours truly In less than Hayes farm last week when theyencountered Mrs. Doylng has returned from .....1 .

tip given us byA. more than any 85 year old lady two hours This writer firmly believes I a rattler which put an extended trip In the north. She I
Nettles, we Inlnwrlght -' we've ever seen. that as the water In the 'em "In high". He got away and visited Cleveland Ohio and pointsIn tI' '
,' to take I I lakes goes down and the weather they decided not to go back In Pennsylvania and Connecticut. !#

t led tour of his fine I Bets cooler, the schooling base will there until they had a mule and Miss Elizabeth Allmendinger :
bite better. Low water will help wagon ahead of them. Seems a
irke Have to hand has returned to her new home at
Nettles It looks the fishing In some lakes and harm mule can smell]] a rattler and won'tgo Park of the Palms. Miss Emma We offer the people of Stnrke
It In others. down a row where one Is lying
.,,1 out one of the Otter lron returned with her andIs
.e. Johnny and Juanita Andrewsand kind \trinity one of the most
the county. 1' rAr staying with her. s
Fishing seems to be all crossedup children of Lake Butler visited.
Elbe Mayor bought this year more than ever be- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Warrant Offlcler a. W. Green modern and finest equipped n
eight: years agot who Is stationed in Washington,
fore. The bream, shell-crackers, Johns over the weekend ,
his Improvement, D. C., has been visiting his mother. welding shop anywhere).
downiwhat and sun perch are biting real good Will Andrews has returned fromJacksonville t
1048. It's I Rt'
he has ac- now. Usually, these species of fish I and Is now visiting Mra. Mattle Lawson. All Work Guaranteed

short are slow to nibble In the fall this I his lion Guy Andrews In Starke.He Mr. and Mrs.. Ownbey had a*

those three f k late. As far south aa pansaoffkeeLake I .seems to be feeling somewhat I house guests last week, her mother SMITH'S GARAGE

la his t the fish are doing this way. better these days. I Mrs Alice Metz of Richmond,
Wsbunin, a covet Mr. Linker, of this area, report Had a nlre visit In Lawtey last Va. and her brother Lloyd Men AND MACHINE SHOP 1
the fishing good for these species and his wife from Fairfield Iowa.
Lnllv Just can't behd week with Mr.. Hubert Priest and Temple Are StarkeATTENTION
You can get an He says that the only trouble Is the Carl Prevatti. Mrs. Priest New pecplo In town are Mr. and : I

Hight of It by look- Vt the fishermen are losing out on gave me' an Interesting pumpkin Mrs. G. R. Siarnes, who are living -- .
{ the fun. He says that In his opin- Cut the In french '
recipe: pumpkin .. -
In of the Mayor 57.00
|ure You will note that ion the fishermen are not going I fry strips and fry till brown. Salt .", : :.*::';"_.;? .'.'.:., .. IJ\. :- .. > :---. : up
down there now because of the 11III" -
onslderably taller slightly before frying and then
poor fishing In hot weather. after they're brown take up and I Model Shown 139.95
C e '
roll In confectionary sugar.:
Let us close this week with this'I i.
Orchids to Mrs. Martin The calves Fonnle Crews got ;. Less Tank We Make Insinuations
.j little prayer: "Oh, Lord, give me ,
I two weeks ago are certainly growing
Mrs. Martin hasn't lived In strength: to catch a fish so big:' JEWELERSWALLIE If You Have
: oft well. Don't see how they Also Service (What We Sell -
and that even I: when telling of It
Bradford County very long,
do, though. The four of them
i only moved to Florida two years I afterward: will never have to lie." MUHLHOFER PINE OR CYPRESS
nurse two old fool woods cows el.uxurlou.MahogaDyFlnlsh! tmlomaticallyt (Optional)
1:1 from her home In South Caro
ago = that are so wild they don't even KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS TIMBER TO SELL Home Heating e Exclusive Duo-Therm Dual
j lina. Still she seems to e
k IP
; know enough to eat when we
Next!< to Harvey's Drug Store Comfort! Chamber Burner-ghres
the farming methods used In this
I STATE FARMBy finally get them penned up. But Large or Small Tracts heat from
county as well as anyone, for she the little calves nurse right! on o e Newl Exclu.N.-Auto:! you more every

Is really on the ball when It comesto Mrs. Bryan Whit Held apparently not caring for the wild We Buy All matic Power-Air Blower- drop of oil.eaves .

making a crop. I cavortlngs of the nurse cows. One rPrompt' up to :2J% on fuel e Waist High Heat Control

With no one to help her she'' STORK 'TOWER of the little heifers did get a set Efficient Courteous PAY TOI' PRICES bills-gives you far more Dial-lets you dial heat
had quite a garden this spring back with screw worms last week tune a radio.
With ita charm enhanced by artistic tttn heat la every room. easy as you
': and put In a little of everything I arrangements of coral vine but Is better now. Service .
) I Including quite a bit of sweet corn.
and fern the M. F.. Stafford homewas
time she feels like Write or Call for of low-cot beating comfort//
: She every the Netting for a party complimenting ADDRESSESOF O See us now yuan
f she can spare a dollar she hires, Mrs. Albert Stafford

.f" someone to come cut a dollar's; Thursday afternoon September 27. INTERESTW. EXPERT WATCH WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
.. for her to B. THOMAS
; worth of land plant i Mrs. M. E. Stafford Mrs. C. D
S. Edwards, Southwest Florida
{FJ something When we on.visited there last week,I I :Sellers! co-hostesses.and Mrs. E. J.Contests Yarboroughwere emphasized State Sanltorlum, A-19, Room REPAIRS LUMBER CO. 222.221Temple Ave. U. S. 301'- Starke Fla. Ph. 166

'!t -l she had her land all ready for six] the fact that the proverbial 6, Tampa, Fla.Granville PHONE 211-J

'--- "- -- long rows of strawberries and Itouldn't bird hovered over the scene Jones, 623 E. University Hour* Dally 9 A 1L: to 6 P.M. P. O. Hex 735 -

k'shania have been better pre- I and lovely Rifts were presented to Ave., Gainesville, Fla. Wrdnrmlays 0-12 Noon STARKE FLA. See Us Today for Your Healing Problems

pared If she'd hired our worthycolleague of H. C. Edwards, 835 East University ,
I the honoree. Toward the end MONTHS
wright said that
a 10% DOWNJAL.
pie and "veteran" farmer, tile party hours sandwiches and Ave., Gainesville, Fla. .: ..: '
are using this to do it himself.
around Hellbronn Sam McGarvey cookies: were served with Coca "' -- .
(No offense Sam.) All Joking aside Included Intimate r; --- -- -
Cola. The guest list

[rat lie"prrad unty work Is he about It has too out the,seen over for only he it.a to.room She anyone., Mrs.In took the Martin us back outside yard la an and to Inspiration a pointed small I guest.immunity friends"! lob of the Meeting honored; Family Out of Make Town Your for Summer theGUIDON Vacation Ibadquaneraat ? I I I III l ].11I..111........I Il lil)1111:: i IIIIII.I'.IIIJ'iiIII'W..il'I"'( ',;!!;! ) ; '. ]il :'.::..l I"'I"'I"II".IJ"'II"IIIIIII"nrlllnl. ::.:. J .. l I: IhI III.P:.h9I 1 I '

Jithnut i and the working results are the out the vegetables and fruits time. And ahe Community The regular Club meeting was held of In the the I FOR'MEALS Celebrating the GOLDEN JUBILEE of the American Movie Theatre ft'i
,has canned In her spare
amazing. Incident- time to Club Rooms Tuesday afternoon of GRILLEAT
I Just where she found the
that a number of haven't last week. Bowls of Fall flower t
can all she showed us we I II i
kra plant sesbanla been able to figure out yet. There; were placed at points of Interestfor AT TilE BEST
ht fields to I the occasion. Mrs. R. P. Mo- '
Just en- was. enough stuff thereto. make a FQIIGET TilE REST
I the seed i Is supposedof much younger woman, who had, Lendon, president opened the i ours

the best quail I nothing else to do but can, proud I Ii meeting with the Impressive ('Iub OUR 50c LUNCHEON IS STILL TilE BEST FOOD

i of.herself.We, I ritual and presided over the BUY IN AMERICA I IflWE
alto pointed out a business session. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell -
thought we'd seen some
I red short-horn bull lawfully hard working and active I and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow

vet to be the only around were hostesses and served a salad, /
My. He Isi planning people during our visits course during the social hour. J rhifrom
but we're now con S
the county, %
I some Brahma Jielf- I vinced that this Industrious lady,I I Mrs. Lola Johnson has returned SERVICE I .. '
1 pasture and the re- I with 12 grandchildren and a flock from Atlanta Georgia where she \ StORE / \

experiment should of grandchildren, takes the:' visited her son-in-law and daughter
ng. I cake great ;'I Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Roberts. PHONE 189 t

wed us a registered see for ten days. During Mrs. John State Roads 100 & 200 Starke, Fla.

l"ch he has alreadyr Our current tip of the week award son's absence her father, D. P.

of times and he to Mrs. Hazel Hall for,' Baker, was with another daughter OPEN 5 A.M. TILL 11 P.M
t tc goes iioswjrsi
|I to Bite a good calf telling us about Mr. Martin. Con Mrs S. E. Kennedy, In Keystone '" .
get a picture of .
gratulations. Mrs. Hall and well Heights.Mr.

|Plight he became slightly enter your name on our list for s and Mrs. Reese Bradley and Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries

of a camera three months subscription.Some their sons Clinton and Jack of
Pin' -
IWO onperetea of you folks are still Jnckwnvlllp. were Sunday visitors and Accessories
acres Isn't
wed' clear- missing a good bet by not sending of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley.

n ret by a long us your tips. Where else can you Friday night and Saturday Mr.

I Retting they're ready stump-to sew get 73 cents worth of Interesting and Mrs. R. W. Brannen had .t Let Us SIL-i-HL.EN your car YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN,

l a and entertaining reading for just their guests Mr. tad Mrs. Joe
improved Bahla.. The Mayor a penn V post card? How about you Cherry of Pahokee and Mrs. H. P. by the New Silicone Process The New ARC THE ed'FOLK5 I,

t Bahia about, and In BC folks in Brooker? We haven't Gainey of Brooker. Way to Lasting Car Beauty. $7.30' IN TOWN..WHEN WAS .

growing like a heard a peep out of you yet, and Mr and Mr" W. G. Godwin and WATERPROOF Corrlson Resistant I

1h: all this rain. He there should be lots of news hap- their little lIOn, Bob, of Palatka THE LASTTMm/ .- '

'd K(. leave part of' pening out that way. Let us In on spent' the past weekend with Mr. 'LET' THEM/ ENJOY A .
the secret. r- r
ln re grans and and Mrs. J. G. Godwin.Mr. W- .I. $

:' rove It, for he and Mrs. Archie Crawford) NIGHT OUT? kx, f ,."'
t needs some Sickly Men, i and their children are now at hometo Spray ]'ourlome N-O-W- 7. 1!

_'t) '; d the strength And Children their friends In Gainesville whereMr. j!..... .........'

be b. d Crawford has accepted a position .
". I .*"HOME--T'S"' a chrome condition
Mavo:>r'" farm, Do you feel bad so weak, sickly with the National Guard. with Jet! Kill .
"nb .r' )If other things t and run down you can hardly stay Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Barton: .of discontent and boredom ( A7 j
>n all of them Ion your feet? Do restless right and their sons John Howell Pat .

ee.irs, but they're'r leave you mean and miserable the Wayne and Marion moved duringthe H. steyinjot ,/
'* I CO by habitually hom;
> to Include In sc next morning? Do you force yourself week to Orltfndo! where Mr. And If any Urn tide year you see ..

p"t there's one thing to eat. then feel miserable Barton will\ be associated with a any bug that are not DEAD or

left we knew we'd afterwards? If so give INNER' fruit company. As a farewell DYING, mall tmttto to JTBTT KILL
most progressive I TONE a chance to help you. Chil garnering of their sons' young Is*. TsJIatmmmrf. Ft*. sad we will

.Iford e. .County. i dren also fall prey to rundown condition friends and In celebration of the gladly return purchase price.

and become anemic, they approaching birthdays of the two
the ngdest place! lose Interest In school work and older boys Mrs. Barton had a party
We e'+-r' saw Satur- don't eat or play like ,well children st their Rome Saturday afternoon BOTTLED IN FLORIDA .

Irvin Dyi from GraIn I should. You owe It to them to try Those present were Johnnie Ray BY FLORIDA PEOPLE RE ATTHIiLIIEZ, -

Another big tgg. 'INNER-TONE with its blood building and Billy Godwin Linda Snggs, \

filch ate aa big as Iron vital vitamins andNature's Bobbie! Faye Sweat, Janice Blume FOR FLORIDA BUGS
c. ER-
Hardee herbs. l'
few own and Jimmie Smith. Sold CARPENTERS'"'
rt, t. brag v'1"about.ago. TONE Is reasonable to take., com Don't only let Dr. and Mrs. J. W Brownlee of CANOVA'8 DBCO1! COOK'S ._ ., u '. .._- \
few cents a
a from a Black suffering of Mr CROC. SISTRC K'S
h'. j yourself or your family go Starke were supper guests \
r years old. get INNER-TONE al and Mrs. W. G. StrlngfeHow Wednesday THEATRE
at a11 he fed Ms today! Feel tine ,
I i Ii mash and corn I KOCH tomorrow.drug-store i STARKE

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I( OCT5-1951


Junior Club Given Miss Frances ColleyTo i I ,, ,- OfficeOB J

Funds For Library; I Wed J. T. Stewart nstallil

\ Hears Garden Talk Early In November 1 1I I[ .' i : Doyle Conner tnRtlillal.n

"Soil Conserva WOodn III, It Olflttr.,
1 Definite plans for renovatingthe monthly meet- the W"", ,
upper floor of the old count> I Woman' Club l. Hahkyn4ltOct )
Starke library became at 3:3C : k,
ee jail for the ::
a reality Monday evening at thr < J I will be In the rnstal ''ll )(f.cul't a ,y
Gladys Mooty regular meeting of the Junior W F. F. Stump Cain ,'firs CreVt yl
i will t,
(Phone 35 Woman's Club when the senior L ', pro the I b o. 'J It t ert
------ Club turned over to thi I '11110
-- Woman's .
Mrs n p-
Junior Club monies for the project 1 for the of th, rert II
Ladies AuxiliaryMet St. Mark's Auxiliary along with a Senior advisor L. : and their a.Thi a ')y '1IIt..u,.

ThursdayThe Plans Bake SaleA I committee.The In : by Kit the Ptn a"pose
Al p'
finance chairman, Mrs. W Glee Clut: 11.
Ladles Auxiliary of the baked food sale to be held t K. Carlisle announced the flna' of Mrs. Dor :
Presbyterian Church held It. Saturday morning In front of the plans for the Teen Age masqueradedance ,a) It +i
after' be held Oct. 26th. Ad .. be heir ,
monthly meeting Thursday Bradford Hardware Store war to HOn
noon of last week at the home of planned by the St. Mark' Auxiliary mission for the Teen Agcr will talk Kin I ?kI
Mri. Wi, J Chandler. I at their regular monthly be lOc and Adults 25c. The com 1 + and g Set The 'mlllvIsion \ v
Program literature was discussed meeting held Monday afternuonIn mltteea are--Door': Miss Lillian rl. Night
during the business meeting at the Parish House Stump. Evelyn Stump and
I NedMiss p{ --
which Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, presIdent / Mr Yancey: DecoratingMm. t
Mrs. Mattie Onnngan, president DnwlIng Association 7,
at the A. S. Reid Mrs. Billy host IuGrtdlrarry
presided. Starting G
presided over the business meet Mrs. N. B night at 7:30:
Carl Roberta
Mr* ul
I next meeting the auxiliary Ing at which time a report on lie Rosier Jr. Mrs A. E. Finch with', i cafeteria. The Du
conduct a Bible quiz.
Christmas card dale was given the ajwUtance of members of Teen \ : charge of Rev.
During the nodal hour the'hcis- During the program, Miss Ann Decorating will begin al I ,
Town. will be
teas served delicious refreshments ('realller gave a talk on the United are I 6 6uwlroawue
4 o'clock Oct. 26. chaperones The approaching marriage of I .
The next meeting will be held Council Youth Movement. Mr. and Mr*. Bin ScrugK, Mr Miss Martha Frances Colley I j i I t
the fourth Thursday In Octoberat Mr*. Gene Noegel was hORtel'll' and Mra. Vernon Sllcox Mr, am? daughter of Mrs. 1\(. Houaer Col- for the pur- w
the home of Mm. J. R. Kite. at the afternoon's meeting.HALLOWE'EN Mr*. W. T. Coram, Mr. and Mrs and the late Mr. Colley tc I. .
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.. ..,....... ...... ,... .. .. .. ..... J. R. ChaHteen, Jr., Mr. and MrsA. James Thomas Stewart of Palatka ,i 1
J Thomas, Jr. and Mr. and Mra son of Mr. E. L. Stewart of '
.. AI K. Carlisle.Hoxes Starke, Is announced by the bride
of Christmas cards were elect's mother. },
distributed to the members to eel) The wedding will take place I'I BUY

I' to ralae monet for the club. Thursday evening Nov. 1, at 7:3C: :|i 1 .
o'clock In St. Mark's Episcopal
1 hI Eleven new members were voted. !
, on and accepted by the club: Mrs Church with Rev. Fred Yerke
J. W. Brownlee, Mrs R. O. David reading the nuptials. A receptlorwill
I I' son, Mrs. C. K. Devlin, Mlaa Betty follow the ceremony at the !! '
Eaton, Mra. J. O. Cay, Mrs. J. n Camp Blending Officer's Club. Make A Mistake
Godwin Mrs. M. A. Paine, Mr,. No Invitations are being sent her
M. H. Shpppard Mr. E. V. Whittle but all friends of the couple arc
Mrs. F. M. WIlliams and "'Unlarah Invited to attend. of make atM
Williams. Miss Colley Is the granddaughter N you
of the late Mr. and Mrs J. F the
The American Home chairman .
( Mrs. H. H. Adams, Introduced J. Colley of Starke.Birthday l cheerfully refund your money if (ora

NOVELTIES M. CrevasHe, Jr., guest speaker, of purchase is not satisfactory.
Gainesville who Is the owner of PartyAt
Clcen'a Flower Garden and superintendent Lake Home at White Large Head
of the ground of the
University of Florida. Mr. Crevasse Richard Wainwright, son of Mr.
gave an Interesting talk or and Mrs. J. R. Wanwrlght, cele- each-
CANDIES J of the ,
landscaping In this part
brated his fourth birthday anniversary -I
GIFTS state, covering the type of plant Monday afternoon at a }
that do beat here and where tc
party at the Walnwrlght'a summer the
plant. He also talked on indoor home on Klngsley: Lake. l I
gardening and house plants He Thirty-five little friends and
gave gifts of Florabunda Spires their mothers helped Richard Sib bag 3
hruba to the member present. celebrate the occasion. Favors of .
Several guests Including members suckers with animals on the end I
of the Stark. Woman'a Club ; of the sticks and horn-blows were
I enjoyed the meeting.The given to the youngsters. Games Pascal
-,4s executive board met at the were played during the afternoon.
lovely new home of Mrs. A. J. Assisting MM.' Wainwright In
Thomas, Jr. Wednesday afternoon caring for Tier son's guests were : : ? Ige. sa.t
of last week.Baptist Mra. Charles Darby, Mrs. A Y. 1
Covington and Miss Kate Struth.
Let Koch's lie Your Headquarters For WMO Circles Large Size

Hallowe'en Supplies Have MeetingsThe Mrs.WCTU Avery PresidentThe Elected STORE"n 6 f for 11 1

Daisy Fowler circle of the
Baptist church WMS held its last meeting of lie currentW. .
meeting with Mrs. Maxle Carter, C. T. U. year was held last r Fancy Red
Koch Drug Store circle: leader Tuesday afternoon Friday afternoon In the Tabernacle
with 14 members and one visitor Annex. The principle business of 2 Ibs. 2
present. this session was the election of -

.. .. .. Mra. Lex Green program chairman officers for the coming year. Mra ,
gave the -devotion and presented Virgie Avery was chosen Presidentand 1
an Interesting program the other three officers were I in Tomato Sauce
4tSOI/T/NFRONT: followed with a special prayer for re-elected. I t t

/!J\ wnw W.ERnN'N6'/ young people preparing who for are religious In Seminaries Delegates were appointed to the State and Convention other"ur&ed & Beans, 1 16 oz. can-Id 1

SV service, given by Mra. S. E. Sparks to attend If possible. The
1 Mrs. Carter had charge of the Convention will be held In the '
; business. Offering was J9.53. First Congregational Church, St. '
'SUPER- The next meeting will be held at Petersburg, October 9-11.
I the home of Mrs. Lex Green. At the close of the meeting an
The meeting cloned with prayer Oriental touch was added In the .Peas 16 oz. can .1 1
STOR' ; by Mrs. Carl Mathews.During serving, by the hostesses of dainty I ,
the social hour refrewhmenta Chinese rice cakes grape juice and
Big, New Full-Width Speed Freezer Holds 49 Ibs.of'Frozen Foods were served by the hoiilesa., candy. Each twisted rice cake
The Doris Knight Circle met In contained a pithy verse and these
the educational building Tuesday I were read aloud to the enjoymen

evening at 7:30 o'clock. of the group. ,, \ lb. 4
, I .j. 'M.('. The meeting was opened with I The meeting closed with prayer. 5
prayer by the leader, Mrs. T. K. to re-convene the last Friday In
,:.:. '1, 'i McCIane. Mra. J. A. Hardy was October.

;::,,", iffi :..tlIj 2 4 .tL-: In charge of the program, the Mri. O. E. Miller and son, Jack
.'i"'t. .... .. .. ._:i.: topic being "Preparation For the
.. ::Ji _.I'' '.'....'.',,-' were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. A. Dressed &
Those taking lb
of God'
: Purposes 41
I ,.;, and Mra Joe> Arnold.
I 't.,-?. ;" 4r part were Mra. Hardy, Mrs 0.1. (Whole) I
,. Llnain and Mrs. Ned Yancey
Symptoms of Distress Arising from
.t'q' Special music, "The Love of Cod
;'.f, \. r was sung by Allese Lawson, Patsy STOMACH ULCERS
1 ,',.... M',. ,... Benton, Helen Halnea, and Joan DUE TO EXCESS ACID lbs. 4
I ". :.t: Trnly. accompanied by Julia Lawson
I Patty Lawson and Martha QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST
I Landrum. The program was
Aslr&ovr; tS-Dajr TWbOff.H
I. ;+': h :- closed with prayer by Mrs. S. E
1, Over four million' "" .._ of the WILLAHU '
i saw.: Sparks. TNMATMBNT h.v. bent hold for rtllHf. "rynmUMrvoftliHtrrw ) Sliced lb.
Delicious refreshments were enjoyed or..n.. from St_.... 4i
RyK? t and Dnel Ulcer*<)u. to (:.e...A/e.
.. by the 27 members and P_ DI_"_. ft.Nir or Uf*.t StMmMcH,
\,: ..._ ... .
< l eleven visitors. Hostesses were <& Hvartbwvn, ftto*.4 t ti:..
...... ,
to :
t r AcH. All for "VKIIUrd't :
< k3 Mr R. O. Dansbjr. Mrs. Adolph ai.M.x.**wliH-h rufl..ol.lo.eh...remaa.sbl. .
> II Oay and Mrs. Iva Douglas.The ? .bom 4natmeut ...... salKk'It

\ circle members presented DIll'U !STORK: : : reg. size can 2
.. the president of WMU.: Mrs. S. E
., Spark, with a love gift for het
kindness and services during the

.. paat year.
'" '
-' The Ida Darby circle held IU CONGRA Parker 21
1 first meeting of the new year
I 1r Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Wesley Andrews, with :Mrs
r .--= Della Thomas aa cohoateas.. Sixteen \
1 1Foods members and one visitor were
present ; 12 Oz. CanSwift

The business session was presided Chop. Ham, -
af your F/hgerfipsf over by Mr. Andrew, circle
leader, at which time the of.
r I 1 Swifts Prem 12 oz. can
|, ricers for the year were given I I 1 S. ,
0 II la easy to renh tirrything in this big, convenient their assignments. Preparations
"Super-Slot" -721t of all foods in
your are fingertip for the Brotherhood meeting wets E Regular BarSweetheart
reach! Shelves and Butter Bin in the door. Two spacious made. Offering was 117.SOi The '
Hi-Humidity drawers on rollers. Two eliding (shelves bualue session closed with prayer Soap

Swingout Leftover Rack with cleartop containers.. by Mrs. Alexander. '
Roomy tall-bottle zones Come in \Mra. Dave Paulk. program chairman Blu-White Flakes

and sec all in great feature! XliQ Q r* gave the devotional using
1 "verse from Joshua Miss Sylvia 1 bar I''
Full width chiller tray t Paulk sang a solo "It I* No Se i Dial Soap, Ige.
cret". Mra. A. J Thomas gave a ,
Automatic, defrost Indlcotor- .
poem. Mrs. Paulk closed Ui white
Automatic, door latch and door safety stop meeting with prayer. I Karo Syrup,

a Rust-proof aluminum shelves ", The next meeting will be.held at
; -- the home of Mrs. A. J. Thomas. 7-Minit Pie Mix -
a 5-Year Protection Plan on famous Thriflmoiter Unit
The hostesses served refrUvments "
IS''oJ DOWN HAL. 18 MONTHS during the social hour. VAN H.


Members of the Beta Sigma Phi : The Gees. ( Atlantic and VK l J,

222.221 Temple AT*. On U. S. 301 sorority will hold their bimonthly I Eatlra Contents COP1rtjl1ued.
PHONE 166 STAKKE FLA. meeting Monday evening at I I,I Snowdrift, 3 lb. can 99c 300 East Can St...
o'clock at the home of Mrs. A
Thomas, Jr J.1 .


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i .. "to"J'1' I f.Ilc. T* Appear.
i iis Mr and :Mrs. Paul Brockmanof WHAT THE WELL DRESSED I qiilrod awn. ? or to Ptc serve.a.IlOl&ft.r copy to ,the of your," and mill ountrnl for nivoroe. of minor and child i.r .has" been I reeldenre To: W In YoMmans Unknown Austin but,his whoa last*

Covington K)'. were guests last n the riwlntlffs Attorney. Jo an-I tiled n....ln.t you In the shove named known bii.'ineHH add. .*.,.. IM rare
week of Mr. and Mrs. Denver Dev' TRACTOR DRIVER WILL WEAR T. Evans slid l Neal "n ihIJf.O"Js ; Oouit and tuuHr and you are required F'lttHhiirsr Plato. flaps I'ompmy.tlUhmond ,
inn Law t5viihnti
to nerve. a copy of your answer Vlrclnla.You I
rick.Mr.. ...._,._ ..,_ .___""" ,.;,,,.':;a.r.z onvtll! In the, Florid office. 1 of unit tho file Clerkf the oHnlnH the- or pleading to the rnmplatnt. l are hereby notified! that a
.. Evan
and! Mrs. M C. Ford Sr :, n the Plaintiffs Attorneys
4 Mh
i'lr""lt fiMirt nn or before the null for TMvorce and < UK tody of
of Jacksonville were overnight day ..f November.. "8t.; otherwise! T.in]Evans Law Exchange and, :l Neal ri.lhr? ; :, ..Isrknonvllle minor hiM ban h.n! filed
THE rt vors guests of MrR. M. C. Ford Jr on ih< ..lln,>ri>tl'.n.. of i-nnfesseit n. l ld. fomplalnt"> pun/ Florida. anti file the nrllrln81 'against' you In the abnve namedCourt l
Saturday. will\ ht tiii" n ea l In the nrri n' the "lork ofo the .
Thin I rotir shall >> piihllKh"ilnnrf and canna and you are regnred -
Miss 1N eonseewilvew 1 : t ,lri tilt Cnnrt on or before the 6th i of your answer -
Thelma Green who has "" -" Week for four to nerve a ropy
-- .. Tele- tiny "f No"'r. tH&l ; otherwlnethe to the complaintnn
Bradford County or pleading
ek the
Harley returned spent the past month visiting her In sllvKRtlonii. of said. Complaint the I'lMlntlfrn Alt.irll.Z..e-h H.DnusTlsn .
f, lohn G. Mr. and Mrs. AI father In Nashville, Tenn.. and her thisth" day of October, will t>* taken ae. ,.nr..01. hv youThis HD5 Lynch Building, Jack
Chlltlres.\\ Saturday after taking Mrs aunt. Mrs. I notice ",11 he publishednnee non\llH, Florida anti file the orlxlnulIn l
tr Emma 1951.
: Creech In
I .1'' St each vfff\t for four eonxerntlve
upending four Harleys' brother 2d Lt. Barney E. Augustine 1 1b OFFrt,1. ) A, J Thom.., weekH In the Tirndfnrd, County TeleKrAnh. I he office. nf the'I'rk| of the
I (
I '
aft T now employed by of f he flreult rmirfnv I'lriiilt. ( ....rt on or before the 8th
Machiia General HoaI1"I I McRae to Fort Kuntis!: Va. Dur- Mrs. MaTy Dally on S. Cherry Myrtle fUrk T Beaver, I>rff'' SJ.C'I..r l'>aeil| thl 4lh nay of. October day of Novi ether, IDIkl. ntherwlthe '
ing their al>(-dl.y stay there they Street IQ0| 4CTO Inl2d allevntlons. \ \ list.OFFtCTAT .. he taken a" eonfenned by you ,w
STC\T.) K T Thorns"rli
lit: China, CrjsLr. vutited many places of Interest In 1 Mis. M. R. Judd, and Mr, and NOTICE Arpin >rt", of the Circuit. Court This'. notli-e shall on publishedonre
Her chosen pat- Virginia. Including Willlamsburg. Mrs Jim Rltrh spent Thursday of In rtrriilt. fart Hr..lforrt r..ni<4rfKliirMHt Ry' !Myrtle T, rnvi.,. Treaty Clerk each week for foneon.eputlve.
drv -h..|'pe, 802 W. Natural Bridge, and others. last week In Jacksonville. __ In hOMeerr., lola' 41 I I0ilXOTICM | .weeks In, the Bradford County Tllit'

f 0" 2KI-I.t I. ter leaving Virginia they Af-I Dr and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins ChnrlnHVtt Point hy Wltlemsnn.| ..rm..nn, nefenrtantCane PlMlntlff., Vii 'AI-PE'IIn |:.ated 1 thin.
L. relatives in Glasgow, }\:y. and and Mrs. J. R. Kite drove to Flag No. till I rirritlf. 1 itHrtllrndffrrd Peaty, 1951.
t Hardy p. .... Klnrlrtm, In fliNneevv.norothv (OFFICIAL 8HAt) ) A. J. Thomas,
Ti >
lanta Ga. On their J Notice MM
trip ler Beari' ,
were I they were Sunday to get Mary .. Willemunn Pofumlantr. 1W and t.tl I,. T'lnlntlff. vsW Clerk of the Circuit Court
I"j,) Ned Yancey attend- accompanied by Mrs. Harley'a par Rivers Stubbins who had been l'hxri r.-. '"* '' \\f 1'nkttownYou Y.nsne, AllHtln, DefohdJintCnx By )Myrtle T. Dearer nepiity: 1lark
Si 1 Ir last Friday ents. Mr. and Mrs. Barney K. visiting Mr. and Mrs. George : are .hereby. notified that a \'f OTIO lots. | 4t

L t hurch business. I I McRae. Moody since Thursday, ------..----------------.._____. _.______ _._._______Y9 v__. mm......"......, .. ..."......, .YYTY

Miss Joyce Moore returned to Nalln and other Ilur Jacksonville last Friday after Nlxt rtink's.I ,- .- ; I

spending two weeks' annual vaca- I Mr. and Mrs H. H. Rawls of rm..m..m..W Are ProudTo '
tion with her parents Mr. and ;, High Springs were dinner guestsof hlr ,
Mrs. Aubrey Moore. She was accompanied -, Sheriff and Mrs P. It. Reddish :
by her sister Sandra. |Thursday evening of last week. t
Miss Sarah Williams left Sun- Mr and Mrs. Wlllard\ Pats and Have Constructed

o day to visit friends in Detroit(|Hon, Rene of Tallahassee spent
Mich and Clnclnattl Ohio. the weekend with Mrs. Pass' parents
M Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Wilcox and I Mr. and Mrs. 1... D Green. I
son. Edward spent the weekend In Mr and Mrs. Ned Yancey sur.prlHcd .
I The New
+ Lakeland Visiting Mrs. Wilcox's their son. Al. by taking him Big Dad '

-r parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Nix. to.the Normandy Theater In Jack.
-y Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer of sonvllle Sept, 27 in celebration of
Jacksonville spent Sunday with At'. sixth birthday anniversary
Mr and Mrs. One Wiggins.\ I I Recent visitors In the home of Factory
Mrs. J. N. Vickers and childrenand I I Mrs. Ara Moltt were Mrs. W C ,
Mrs. N S. Dankel and chil- |A. Alvarez of Jacksonville Mrs
n dren spent Monday In Gaines I Louise Moore of Klngsley Lake f I 'a
ville. Mr. and Mrs. W. W Carter J rot
Canaries, Hamsters, bold Fish,I Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. L. A PERT JIMMIE: MONrillKF obligingly mixIrU. a pair of fig Diet *

Pet Supplies\ Slutrunk'a.D. I I Wynn of Hampton Lake Mr and liingare< to show what the \\\1-011'.11\ l farmerette will h* :
L. Thomas Is the manager of |, Mrs. C T. Bpasley of Lake Alfred wearing thin fall and \\lntrr. Like other dungaree. devotee

the new Pine Forest Restaurant I Mrs. J. H. Hall of Lacoochie J.Maxle Jliumlt* I I..* proud G) wi-ar work and I )play clothes. mail In Slnrkc.Infldrntallj We believe that the establishment of the manu-
and Thomas Truck Terminal which Hall of Tallahassee and
Jlmmlo IH notice. at thin job. of miMlillnw.lth\) :
\ no
facturer in Starke marks milestonein
opened last Saturday at the South Mrs. R. A. Pope of Dade City. an important
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland and her beauty tlllc Inning sister, Dorlt, she| has don. profiNHlonaJnuiilHlntc
NORGE city limits of Starke on
Gainesville highway Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Kay, spent Sunday at In New fork, their pictures. appearing frequently In the growth and prosperity of our City. It

John Gill of Mlcanopy are In I Cedar Keys a well-knouii' fall fashion .atalo" Jlmmle and l>orl.. are was a pleasure for us to have had a part in this
er" GAS RANGEedr1collylNom.tcbea charge of the restaurant I Tim HrluV'H Gift: (China (,'r>HI 'daughter of Mr. ami M..... J. II. M"ncrlrf of the Stale Furm.
tal and Silver Her chosen pat project and we hope there will be more
Mrs. Steve Simmons, Mrs. F Staff photo by \\'. II. RcniH. many
M. Williams and Miss Sarah William tern. The Ilrldi. >'N. Slmppe, 80i \V.IMuilUon to

lot light. Most amazing \ spent Friday In Jacksonville I Phone 28"-.'. Dolph Reddish, l is visiting; his come.
cent ante gas ranges Mrs. W. E. Mlitdleton! was visiting -I Guests this week. of Rev. and Handicap Program j, uncle and aunt. :Mr. and !Mrs Victor -

itnred. See this feature her sister, Mrs. Mae Jones in Mrs Homer Swlndall are Mrs. W. Described At Rotary i I Berry In Dillon, S. C. for two
.orje' ousyl Jacksonville over the weekend. Is. Johna and Frank Pickle, Jr., of weeks *

Miss Patsy Benton visited her Martin, Ky., Mrs. Henry McGowan No longer; need a handicappedperson Mrs C. D). Williams\ returned to
$224.95 brother and slxter-ln-law, Mr. and of Ashland Ky., and Mrs Dona lone faith and confidence her home In *'
_$ In Gainesville Stumbo of Harold Ky. burdenon Tampa Sundaytt..r
Mrs. Gene Benton in himself! and become a two
works' visit with
weekend. The Canaata Club had a sprnd- the notary' sinter, ;"
over the members of :
I society, Mrs. L. D. Green. Grad ordEngineering "
[Y'S HOME Strawberry Trowel. at Sis- the-day party and covered dish Club were told at th.nOOIl.

trunk's.. I luncheon Tuesday at the summer luncheon here Wednesday., rlCB. TO APPEIII
JPLIANCES Mrs. L. B. Dees and Mrs. Woodjrow home of Mrs.. J. M. Mitchell. Extra Client speaker on thin occasion I.Klorlrtm('Irrulf.I.< (.'.K.nrrrr.l. .... llrndfuril. t'osnly.

Dees and daughters Eleanor: guests were Mr and Mrs. E. S. wee D. L. Hay District Super ...on F. H.yn."I.) .. '1'lnlnllff. v.. Viv ,
I'IIONE 10 and Marjorie of Mayo were guestsof I(I Matthews Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. visor of the Vocational Rehabilitation ian U. HrynolilH, IPfendxnt.'.... I Co.

l Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. L. D.: Green Wednesday Pauline Roberts. Service, with headquarters In *..fli*. To Appear.To. ( No 87 11 .
I of last week. I I Mrs. Mary Lane and daughter Gainesville.He : Mvllin l It KeynolilH, whose

I'Marybeth of Jacksonville spent said that It rests an averageof reiililpni'n Ton are.If hereby: Unknown norlfl.,1 that a I J. M. EDWARDS wAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIUAIAAAIAVAAIAAWAA ,.
the weekend with Mrs. Lane's only $i50 10 rehabiliate a handicapped atilt for Divorce has hn filed
mother Mrs. Bertha Pearre. Mrs. and that this same ...,,1".1 you In the shove named!
person Court and cause and ..
Lane attended the football gameIn I person will pay back in taxe .-- you. are-- -r AA. VVVV,

Gainesville Saturday evening I times this sum in the courseof -
Mrs. R. F.. Tanner of Baldwinwas I many .
& DavisPHONE a lifetime. .
uigley a recent gifest of her alst..r,1 Although; the rehabilitation pro- ,'. ;' -..... I I4r
r' "
Mrs. J. H. Fields. 1 gram Is limited because of an Insufficient : 1
Mr. and Mrs T. C. Carter of; appropriation of funds r

Providence visited Mrs. Carter's I Mr. Hay jjald his office tq always '
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Interested. to learn of new case.
3 Mrs. C. J. Powell and family on I that might be helped. Application w. t I f

Sunday.Mr. may ba made to him at his office, : :
I and Mrs. Ben Rowland had 704 Seagle Building Gainesville. : IW/l A_

STARKE, FLA. as Tuesday guests Mr. and Mrs. Fla.The /1f
Tom Nobels of Montgomery Ala. speaker was Introduced by ,
Mr. and Mr. Ned and ....., .
Yancey of .
A. J. Thomas, who had charge "
'\ <",r .. t," '....
children visited Mr. and Mrs the "-1JI'v." ,1 "'
O : Robert Yancey In Jacksonville i program. ,"JJ\' > X' ., \\Ji; \'I'.1"1" '....
f ,"
,Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Lillle B. Lewis of Apopkais : I'J

and Mrs. Richard Fowler visiting her son and daughter >\' : ," 1J h II"
i II I Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Miss Evelyn in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis )
Stump and Miss Lillian Stump; and family. ,; ;.;.,.., "', '''t' ..", '
leadquartersFor ,were dinner guest of Mr. and Mr.. Mrs' C. G. Price of Quincy Is .,,..'..' ', ._.,I,, ,.,'> !
I .", ,''' '. c44.9
II I L. T. Crews In High Springs Wednesday visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs ''':;. ,: .",_' T '", ". .....
evening.Mrs. William Norris this week :! .
N. T. Rltch and son. Nelson Mrs W. B. Parks spent the J. R. KITK :
I of Miami ,are visiting Mrs. weekend In Jacksonville visiting ky
Rltch's parents Mr. and Mrs her son-in-law and daughter Mr.
I Floyd Green this week. and l Mrs. Dameron Black.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Wllhelm of
BUILDINGMATERIALS and children of Jacksonville\ visited Miami were weekend guests of Mr ,

Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier, Jr.. and Mrs. Steve Simmons. '
on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy spent 'YES! A $300 Crosley Gift Certificate
Miss Frances Colley and James Monday visiting Mrs CharlesHardy

Stewart were In Gainesville on Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

( business IFofH, Rakes Saturday. Rhmeli' etc,, at I Bryan Mr. and In Gainesville Mrs. Fred Jenkins of to the winner of my own CROSLEy

Slat ri.nk's. Jacksonville were visiting friends
:Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby. and In Starke and Hampton on Sun-

guests family of of. Mr Perry and Mr.were R. O.Sunday Dans. dayFriends. of Mrs.: Homer Swln- ..' American Way' Contest- plus $100 cash to the

dall will be glad to know she Is

THEATRE by.Mr.! and Mrs. D. M. Heath of getting along n'roly after an appendectomy -

A Jl Fort Lauderdale spent a few days in Alachua County church or recognized charity* named winner.
STARKE this week with Mrs. Heath's parents Hospital Friday.
Mr.. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. NT.' and Mrs George Clark and
Elvln II. of Jacksonville spent. Sun.
Dedicated To Community Service Pvt. Casey CampPickett family of
Va. Is home on final leave day with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col-
"Movie Are Better Than EversOct
with his parents' Mr. and Mrs. T. son :

(6 j ONLY Tues., Wed. Oct. !0 1,10 IL. Casey, before embarking with Among those. attending the e
ISLE FEATURE |the,3rd Infantry Division for Germany Florida Georgia Tech football
can ev Ra/9g1XQC the end of the. month. game Saturday evening were:
I Mr. and Mrs. W. XV. Calnes, Jr. Mina Dot Johns, Ed Hicks. Rev.
OMBsfSSr ( had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs U A. Shepherd Mr.' and CONTfSTS/ IASY TD ENTER NfJ1HINfi
and Mrs. Jack Proctor of Jack. Mrs. Lax Green and sons., Buzzy TWO
J I J sonvllle and Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Bill Mr. and Mrs. George/ TO 90V
d '' French of Jacksonville. The Calnes Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Houston NOWI Come and see rile' about this

a cauwu pica.. and their guests attended the U. K. G. Duncan Hugh Ingram store's own "American ognizedcharitieslMorethan6,000prizes!
Way" Contest
of F.-Tech football game Saturday Billy Patray, Mr. anti Mrs. Charlie and Crosley Gift Certificates
a.a'AM OU**. Mil. crag*.9fM tOUHPlu N.a, : and the Crosley National .
BUF1h Contest. e
Mrs. J. L. Anderson A
Mr. and
evening. Parker
w are -p e ae.aw national First Prize tin nno 7'
5......--...-.-.......-ai._efrrr+ Mrs. J. H. Fields had as her Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson t total of more than $2,000,000 in prizesand $ to the winner

lied Ingle hon, andNKUS latest guests from the 18th to the 28th Jr.. Mrs. Robert Turner Mr. in the National and Local Contests for ,3arvtSS'? ? to the church or
: of September her sisters Mrs. L. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering. :Mr. and and recognized by winner' '
you churches Easy
i. E. Miner of New Smyrna and Mrs. Mr. W. H. Graham; Mr. and Mrs. -S your or favorite recto enters Nothing to buyl f

I P. O. Carpenter. and Mrs. W. H. funlus Smith, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. .TA.wrra "CJllur "
Thur. FH. Oct. 11.12 0" recogelzerl tloorlty,
U used "I"
Ford bf CO<'oa. Adams Mr and Mrs. Vernon 811- which a exempt from lGM a couch' or charity
/ : I I John (IP.O Casey, Radar Seaman cox, Mr. and Mr. 1.. F. Dinklns. under Section 101 ((6) of the Infernal Revenue Cod.

'5.._ on the Destroyer escort at B. C. Holtiendorf, Jr. George
o, Meen.lal I I I' Portsmouth, Va. spent the week- Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Robert CONTESTS CLOSE MIDNIGHT z
lend' with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Rarksdale, Mr.. and Mrs. Leslie L 1951

AND T. U.Casey. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs.. William .
TOUGHER I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherdand Scruggs. Mr. and Mrs. W. W, COME IN FOR yOUR FREE ENTRy "

I children were In Griffin and Calnes Jr., Maxle Carter, J...? Dr. BLANKS liT ONCEIsmvmuo

EY COME Atlanta, Ga. from Thursday to Saturday O. L. Haynea, Everett. McKinney l. 1 I rlSXCIYAOOI -
of last week visiting: rel.ativee. A. J. Thomas Jr.. J, R. Kelly Mr.
L "nrlI. and Foster nat 811fllDA JOYCE alcpunlaf rnrfliNA I I and Mrs. Don Patray Mr. and '

| 'tar Partol u Spy King" rt0000IY COt00. Mrs. John Love Wilkea of Jacksonville ,Ir.. James Deaver, Charles Johns -

j1"1 ulldour Bull" AND EXTRA ADDEI i. \ spent last week with Merrill Edwards. Mr. and Mrs
('arte.nMon. ATTRACTIONa.IUaN I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. J. R. Kite Dr. and Mrs. R. P. ',
Miss Montle Hutchings of Stubbing, Mr. Mary Lane. Coiner

I Gainesville visited her mother Perryman, Mis Nina Bishop, HICTUC 1
Oct. 7'SIIIAttt MATCH Mrs. T. M., Hutchlncs over the Judge E. K. Perryman, L. A. lUltGUTlIS nunu tutu (JHU. rilt Inn tUCTIIC'
weritend. >a vis.and houseguest. Dr, B. J. DISPIScfl r ...rclu CAlIIUS WAnl lUTOS Tnmstal
a 41'Yt a' I lvs. Billy Dansby who la taking ten I Brown, Mr. and Mrs N. B. Rosier,
Sow II week's training In radio school I Jr.. Miss Anise Green Harris Dltt-
ter I with the National Guard at Fort : mar, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crow-

(elaia ,.. Jackson spent the weekend. with son, Mr. and MR. W. H, Kerns, ELECTRIC SERVICE & '
his parents, Mr and Mrs. R. O. :and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. SUPPLY

\LIo Better. Dansby. I Mr*. E. J. Flynn and Mrs M.
than RlHgiidtl Mr. and Mrs- Earl George of C. Ford. Jr. drove Buddy Faxonto
RING FEVER" Film Green Cove Spring were Sun- Lakeland Sunday. where he
Official Cftanpiouhip | Phone 76
C\RTOO day guests of the MoJcle Carters. nt'red his senior. year at Florida- J. R. KITE
ey.ev'.e W .0"tsQtqit1Y' 41l KAI '
11\T4ojT Mrs. Carter also had as her guest. Southern Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. Starke
; NEWS I II..k..1 t'p Pup" Cartoon Wednesday of last week Mr. C Ford visited friends la Avon Park .., A A A AAAA A AAAA AA AA Fla. ,
M. Hudson Jacksonville. i I Sunday evening and Monday .AAA, aA .AAAA A AAAA & AAAAA AA AA
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: OCT5193 -M_ : 1.OflPkI!


DAD EflnN'____ __ I
of Bradford County. ftuard Rupply Depot Jersey City, 29th dethe
I b. taken a* eonfe..ed by "011. )Jr.I.Olo'FICUL. New Jereey.You !
some better at this time. Mrs. Alice Crosby of Plant City This' notice .hall be publishedwiSks'ln'thiTBradford ( SEAL) A..1. Thoma. FIClrlda. MM 4t 1011 are hereby notified that a will tUtg, ,o
Passed by the New Bsyleis were recent visitors of their consecutive i'l.rk of the Circuit Court.By suit for Annulment bRa been tiled] I h.

! BAYLESS HIWAY/ church Saturday afternoon and brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and County T.l.-, Myrtle T Beaver, Deputy! 4t,'1oiSSOTICP ierk.Ills ; !. Circuit (051*. Bradford Cnty against you In the above named oncuach This I, t,
.r.ph. Fip.idai In Caancery.William Court and cau.e and you are re.quired week
Mrs. H. H. Lewis. in
saw men busily working Upon Investigating tated this ITth day of September. I of :)t
1.>. Clancy. Plaintiff vs to serve a copy your an. traSh

r BY Mr. O. E. Crosby found Barney Eggers'l family Those reunion who attended at Klngsland the Lewis Ga. '1'SI.IOFFICIAI.. SEAL) A. ::1. 'Thomas (.1...-... ('..st' TO. Brfrd APFKAnIN COlO.'", Elizabeth Marl claney. D.teod..nt.C. No. '1690. on awer the or Plaintiff pleading. Attorney to the complaint Zach H. 1961,l.. 01' !COFFICIAL I

son-in-law of the T. N. Normans : Clerk of the Circuit Court. Klnrldai, I* lh'aaeery.Frti An*) 'Satin, T. Douglas COS Lynch Building /
, Rev. J. E. Ladd of Jacksonville busy wiring the church for us. last Sunday were: Mr and Mrs Py! Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk Kiemer Plaintiffvs.. Concepclon Order Appear Of STATE Publication OF F1.OH1OA Tl Jacksonville, Florida and file the ( .

. preached at the Bayless Hlway Every weekend lie and Dot and' H. H. Lewis. Mr and Mrs. J. L. Visa tt 10111OT'II Rlemer. Defendant.Case No. 1606 Elisabeth. Marl Clancy whoa original In the office of the Clerk of By M)'rt,, T'k tV\h? ,

t Baptist church Sunday morning the children come out and Barney I Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lewis >...Ire T. .\.....r.Ti resilience U: Box 12, Cltronelle, the Circuit Court on or before the ,

and family Mr and Mrs. BobbyLewis An Orl...c. Of 1ke Clf,. Of ",..Ic.. .. r'nncepclon Rmr. wbol"r..IoI..n. Alabama:
and evening. donates a full day' work to the Is' 9190 You ar.* required. to appear on
SIenNa HeliKlns; Te Kriirral Old Amsterdam Avnu *
i The following officers and teach. church. Sure to thank him I and family Mr. and Mrs.Elmt'r ,'. >i
elected to serve the Bay. want Lewis, Mr and Mrs. W. E. %.e aid ejurvtvora V A"('H iMMMr.iirr!to. 1M-A* : V'u are .hereby notified that. a named Court and can.. wh..r.lnplalnlltf Ill ALVAREZ'O.ALVAREZ&SOr3 STO 't t
I era were for his kindness. We would 0111)1 seek dlvnrc Tlrndford RE
appreciate Conner Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis, stilt fi>r Dlvorc anti other. relief ha. E ""s
less Hlway Sunday School and a wham with hammer. An ordinance declarlnsr the policy been filed again. you In the above County Telegr.ph shall publish this L
t Union School Mead Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul and purpose' of the City of Htarke, nam.'il r..urt and cause and you are Order In next four weekly Issue
4 Training : Sunday from anyone who has a spare day. Faulkner Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis Klorlria. to extend tn th* employee.and required In serve a copy of yourafl.W Witness mv hand and official seal
i Supt. A. Russell Norman; Sec. The church In really looking nice nfflclal. of pall City nf Htarke, .r nr pleading tn the complaint at Htarke, Florida, this September.
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and Florida, excluded by law, the 13. 19tt
Adult the Plaintiff
and Treaa.. Wanda Crosby; on Attorney
i now. Everyone la Invited to atop family and Mr and Mrs. Tony benefit of the nyetem of Federal. : William D ;Morgan SO? Clark """01. (OFFICIAL PFAT-i' A J Thoma.,
; Teacher, W. T. Crosby; Young by and take a look. Gonzales of Starke. Old A.e and Survivor' Inmirance, Ing. Tacltsonvlllf*. Florida, and fllo A* Clerk of eald. CourtHv .
Peoples Teacher Essie L. pro by; Saw Wayne Blood worth and his nil auihorlied. by the Federal. I KoclalSecurity I the oilglnal, In tIle office of the Myrtle T Di nver. Deputy Clerk'
r Our Pastor W. E. Hall was called Act and amendment* Clerk of the Court nn nr .before the TO. K. Perrvman Hlark. Florida
1 Intermediate Teacher, Mrs F. M. Mom of Raiford visiting her par upon to conduct three funeral thereto npnn the haul of applicable tlth d'iv of (),toher, I1H1 : otherwisethe Atty for Plf. 68 4t 10119 I

Norman; Junior Teacher Mrs. H ..nts, Uncle Tobe and Aunt Sade Hi services last week. He left Friday I .; ;
.: .lhn.I.lnw! and dlrectlns the will 1 I.. taken confessed bv 'Soviet.] rpF.'H 4 r.i ,
i B. Kelly; Primary Teacher Mrs Norman, Saturday evening.Rev. afternoon for p'ort'orth., Mayor, or other chief executive", officer Title> notice as shall b* nuhllshed)vou. In (.1....... (....... tlradforil TnunlriFlorldnt -. : .--*

W. T. Crosby; Beginners, and Mrs. A. O. Karnes had Texas to attend a Bible Confer to execute .agreements andam.ndmenld nn,'i. ,nch week. for four consecutivei In ('kaneery.V. : I tIe
Gladys Newman; Sunday thereto with the StateAgency .. >kn In the. Bradford. County Tel-. ',_ Williams. I"a Inl Itf. vs. Allln.j .e.-ALvsREz'c ; op,1
visitors Bill
Mr"j as last week. Nemth ence. He will return home Satur. authorl.ed tn enter Intn xraphTintid Williams. Defendant. 'ate N. 694 k e' Passli.. & lung

Plantlst Barbara Jean and Charlie Edwards of Jacksonville day for the service at his church curb aa-reement for coverage of Paid this 17th day of !September' %..tI,.. Tn Annenr.To iit) '
1 The same were elected as and Cedric Rosier and family! employee and officials: provtdlnirwifhhnMlnv "., Alllnc William whose reel anyiht.5|
IS Sunday. f... from ...1.,1... ..nwairen 'i"FFIAT. PTIAU' A..1. Thomas dance Is: nout 1. Amhrnte. ('Ie"rgia.
t Ing Union leaders except Kathryn of I.Awtev. S 1 Quite a few attended the Dedication of employee and .official of Clerk nf the Circuit Court. You are hereby notified that atilt

, Kelly wan elected as pianist for Mrs. Floyd Crosby, Jimmy Service of Juhng'own Baptist t. aid, City .0 covered to be made and fly :M> rile T Peaver, I>epnry: Clerk .. for Plvorc bus been filedelnst frLpsI.t EXCEUrjSTORlr
/ paid over cc provided by applicableSlate you In the above named
52H| 4t IflllftIn
< the Union. Crosby and Miss Helen Barry went Church Sunday afternoon. .
They or Federal law nr reirulR.tlone Court and cause and you. are reo.llred "
Don't forget our W. M. 8 meet to Jacksonville Thursday after have a beautiful auditorium.. Rev : prnvlillnir. that paid City shall rlrcnlt Court llrnilfnrd (.....1,.. to serve a copy of your answer ,
\ ing with Mrs. Helen Sapp Thursday O. A. Greek of Jacksonville is appropriate .nd pay over emplov- Klnrlil In fuuancery.hIarv or t>ten tin*: to the complaint.
noon.Mack are contrlbuilone Sc provided hv aplillc.hl Ii Thoma, I-lalntlff "". Henry on the rl'n'fft.4I.to..n..y' Tic H
" night. October 11. at 7:30.: Sellers of Jacksonville was pastor. Stat or Federal law. orreautntlon H Tli ilns, .. Doiirlfl MIS lynch Pulldtnsr Agents For FA'lLrviDELCHER

t" Everyone Is Invited to attend. In our section Wednesday night Club MeetingAn *: providing that ald City D..r.n.lant.'a... No 8AN4 Tscksonvllle! Florida. end the the
shall keen record* ami make reportS Order Of Pnhllcatlon And \"tI... ToAnnenr original' I" the office of the .Clerk of -
, Community New I and was supper guest of the Floyd all day Home Demonstration R* required by applicable Plat or silts: OFVI.oil I lit 5.il 'he circuit .Court on or before the Lw0.-
Cro Club .Federal. law or reaMtlRtlonn.TIT Mcnr H orh "AV r>r October. tttt otherwiseth
1 L, 4 by.. meeting was held at the Thomas whose residence. :
The county wide P. T. A. will home of Mrs. :: IT ORPAivnn PY' Turn ('ITTroi'N'tt. and adilreft.. Is: T'nknown-: .eltevntlon of ssld. .Complaint BROS. See u flr
convene with Hellbronn school Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez spent Anne Fender Thurs- r>p TIlE CITY' OFHTARKR You are required to appear' on will he taken a. confessed bv vouTbl .
Friday night and Saturday with day afternoon. Everyone!: brought FI-OHIPA. AS FOMX1W8- October 21, 11B1. In the above named notice shall he published
: Tuesday night Ocotber 9 7:30.
' : at : relatives In Jacksonville. lunch and spread It together at Section I. It I. hereby declared Cnurt end .cause wherein plaintiff one each anal f". four consecutive
: All members are urged to attend. ,'I,, In h* the policy and purpose of the seek divorce .alimony etc Rrad- week In the Bradford County Tl. > -
J Refreshments will be served by the Coy Alvarez and J. R Kelly at. noon. Member. filled out their can- city of St.rke.' Florida. to extend", ford County Telegraph. shall publish arnphn .

ladles of tended the Georgia-Florida foot 1 ning reports and worked on the effective a* of Jaitii.rv 1, 1851 to thl Order) In next four weekly. I"- ted' this 27th dRY of September FREE
Hellbronn School.
K the employee* and official thereof 50eP tintOFFIfMT. INSTALLATION
. Well it ball game in Gainesville Saturday United Nations flag. It was plan not excluded by law and whether Wltncs mv hand and official enl ( SK'f.14 T Thomas,
. seems as If the bad luck Rev. and Mrs C. A. Crosby andi I ned to wark on Christmas gifts at employed In connection with a *.* Starke. Florida. thl. September Clerk of the flrcult (-01lrt.
' : has shifted from the J. R. Kellys the Krtvernment.I. or proprietary. function S2nd, _11(11.OFFICMI.( _. By Myrtle T. Peaver, P"mitv Clerk i I ON ANY GAS
" to the Marcus Conners Marcus daughter, Mrs. Margie Farrlsh and I I next meeting which will be .fh.. benefit, nf the system of ( SKAT.' ) A. .T Thnma Dill 4t 10119, I RANClS
!t son, Al of Penney Farms had supper '., held at the home of Mrs. J W. Mc I OldAs:* and Mtirvlvor'. Tnenrancea A" Clerk of said Cnurt1y -
, and Lillian's baby was very sick with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby Rae. ThnA rtrMant "' ...... VT.aI athnnl.ed. hv the Federal SocialMecurltv Afirtle T peaver Deputv Clerk. 'OTU'fo] 'I'f) APPRAR
Act and amendment thereto .Chns n JTes In Circuit .... .,
I L last week and was confined to St.Vincenti I 204-ns Oiiftranfy nrnilforil r nntr,
i Friday nleht. Russell Thomas and children, Mrs.: 1 Including, Public Law 714 of '.!''. riHg.. .Tnckaonvllle ".10..1.1n Florida i I*) < nnnrrry.Claude Purchased from our Stort(
:' hospital at the same time -Rule Crosby has accepted a ':J. W. McRae, Mrs. J. E. McRae *let Conirree*, and by Chapter Attys for Tlf 927| 4t loin M Crnsler, Plaintiff v. Rial .
; a. J. R. and A Die Mae Kelly' I and 28*tl. Florida, "Statute.' 195.nd: :McCana Crosier, Defendant.
, son Mrs.
'I' position In Jacksonville and is Floyd Crosby. Mrs. ''o cover bv such plan nil ..ervlce.uhlch o'rn-fi OP l'Pf.IC\TIOV.FOH Case Nn 8(191(
t.L. j About the time the doctor dismissed staying there now. B. M. McRae and Mrs. L. A. Ellington .conntHut employment a. d... TT ItFFIlNOTirn %,,tlc* Tn Apnear.To during October
::- the Kelly baby Marcus was and fined In Section 0 of sail Chapter ti nrriKPY nivEV.: That : Klsle McCann Cro.lervhose
, ; taken real sick and had to Missed seeing lots of folks at daughter. Hostesses '111141 Taw of Flnrh'". 1S11. per'nrmed R. C. TIn 1.1,... the holder of the residence. I.: l'nknown.
go to Prayer Meeting Wednesday night. were Mrs. Anne Fender and Miss f In the employ of ...1". Citybv following certificate baa filed sal* You are hereby notified that a .
\ ? the doctor. Hear all the sick are Guess the weather too bad. Dorothy Ron.1Io0TU'. emnlnveea thereof Tn plireuancenf certificates for a tax tn be Issued Mult for Dlvnrc ha.. been filed
., was .""1 policy and for that purpose. thereon The certificate Numbers against you In th. above named
:' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Mr. ''] TO APPEAlS the City shall, tale such action a.mar and Year of Issuance, the ........111. Court and caiiMe and you. are required You pay only liiii'
and Mrs. L. Newman and Miss l" f"I..U coupe K'-mrard he required bv applicable State Ion of the property, and the name tn serve a ropy of your anMwer .
u: Flnrldm In (.h.'....,.. ro.nir. or Federal I....... or reirillatlon. In which,, It was assessed are a* fol. or pleading to the complaint.
Wanda Crosby attended the sing flair N. "Section' t The Mnvor., or other ow*- nn the Pin Intltt'. Attorney.. 7ach IIDnuirla : Pricefthhang:!
at Graham Baptist Church Sun- glnla! M Jullano Freney Plaintiff. V.. R.. chief I executive officer of tha Cltvnf Certlflcat Vo R. Year of Tscuance *, K05 T.vnch Building.Jacksonville. .
Frtnev. Defendant Stark. Florida' la hereby authored June I. 1141) Description of roperv FlnHrtn and file the and gas
f I! day afternoon. M..tli-. To Appear Case No. 867 I. and directed to execute ..11neceeaarv 1'C''I nf VW/i All NW-l of nrtglnal' In the nf'Ice of the Clerk of Ije
Sorry to hear about Louis and To: Heglnla .agreement. and amendment NWV} !S' of nd. Section IS. Township the circuit Cnurt nn or before the
l.1ullann Freney.57j theretowith, the Chairman. I South. flange. 20 r*.t BO Acre JOth day.nf (toher, 19S1 otherwise .
Raymond Crosby both being sick ?"*N.re..ld.n.a! ant addr..s la'I11 : of the. Florida Tndlietrlal, ('ammlsInn Came In Hlllih A......ed' Tl Tl Carl-, the n1l..tlnn. nf said. : .Complaint

with tile flu or virus X or what Pennsylvania.N.wkl.k. Street. Phlladel. a* the State Arency for the ton. wilt b* taken ft* confessed. bv von. I I Here is your ch/ '
You stat* of Florida. or his authorised"epreeentatlve Certificate Vo 1. Year of Issu This notice shall be publishednnc
the disease I
ever U Is are
every one { hereby notified that a for lbs oft ance June 1. A. r>. Iqtq Description, .
cult' f purpose each week for four to
''l1Jm [1 gel Unit'. They were confined to cnuiirenr and Divorce, award of minor .. nd..d the her.etlt..* provided by of Properly, Iota M, H. nf Hlk !n. weu |In the Bradford .on."llv..1
their home over the weekend.All defendant haa support money. to .aid avMem of Old Age and II".- Town of New River. !Section.' SI A graph. _pp--
I you |In been filed against I vlvor'* Insurance to the employee.. ''4, Township a !South' Range. 20 : mcd thIs. 27th day cif September I _
the teachers of our county Court and the. shove named And official of thl. City n. provided 1'=:!nst. Name In which Assessed: l"nI I I 1 1tOFFICIAL Cook wiMGas
'donned their new and old regalia quired to nerve cnuae a unit you are 1''.. In Section 1 hereof which ...r.: ... tnnwn. ( BRAT.) A 3 Thnmn. I _
wer or copy of your an. ment .hall provide.. fnr such method All nf lb" ...1..n".IV being In Clerk nf t the Circuit. ("Court
and trekked over to Lake City on the Plaintiff pl..dlnor to it,. complaint .if ndmlnletratlon of the plan hv the r"n
' Monday for the district F. E. A. I '"""Irum Ht.rke,Attorney. T. Prank .aid, ('It v a. era found hr the Stategency 1o'ln.l.la. Sill' 4t 10I9OTICR |

j i ( meeting The children enjoyed ai''CI..k the original nf in the Florida office and of tile the A er and to be efficient n.e'ec.ary ndmlnletratlonthereof for the prop I"nleiich* .jihall be certificate redeemed or accordng certlIcate .- % TO- APPRInIn
: the
r Circuit Ton
i l long weekend and the teachers had fore the J2nd day of Co..t October or b... and .hnll he effective with in In law the property described Clrrnlt C''nr Hrndforil C'oontT.Klnrltlnl .
, a day of fun.Congratulations. | otherwise the alletatlon. of 1D51.said: r"pap.nt I"bv Pervicea pitch aa-reement In employmentnv.re.j will he .nhl certificate| | f0 the highest or certificates. bidder In f.nneerr.Florence Slade Co
per T.e.trlce Morrl.nn' by
1.1 / to our County i f.WbVy will. "' taken con. formed, after the. let day of January at lay tle In Court Iliiiis. on the first Mon. :Pitch IT Dcmrln lucy' .lto.n.v. a* I
1(1rt:1K Superintendent. H. P. Morgan up- 'Thu' A. T>. 19H l ,, the month of November 1111. next frl'nd. Plaintiff' v*. Kveret ,
once ....h0.1"rYrV: publl.h.d.. R '''lnnYlthhnltlln... from which Is the 5th tIny of November Morrison Defendant.Cane !
on being elected Vice President co 11':1I..n.
: as 'In the B"dfof> Count "Tele. c ealarle. ware*. or other compensation 19SI.Oal..1 No. 8692o Phone 121 Starke, Fit
JfrVph. (Ms
J of the district for the year 1031-B2: \ of employee and nfflclal for 1851. lay of September I \ *.c* Tn %npene.Tn .

> Spotted two of the Crosby boys 1551.Thted this 19th day of September t h* purpose. provided. In Section 1 A. .T. TJIO\MS!', : Kveret F..n.for.l..on.! .
hereof are hereby authorl.ed to b* .Cl'.rk whose re.ldence Is: car. of Coast
Jimmy and Sherman escorting OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas made, and hall he made, In the. circuit Court

r. :' two nice looking young ladles at Clark ?' the Circuit Court, .amount* and at .uch timeS. n. ntavte
fly Myrtle' T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk required by applicable. State' or
church Sunday night. Also ..
saw F .III law or reerulatlon. and
-; 1121
r ::;:::--- a certain cute boy and his. sister! JOIII ,hall be neil over to the Stategency _t ...

'< ) out at Prayer Meeting Wednesday "OT'f"1o TO APPEAR : A designated by said law. or ... .-'. '; : ...
I .. Circuit. r regulation to receive .uch amount. ,
: from Theresaa. Court. 1I..d'or4 ('.....rl Section; 4. There shall be ...tuiIAt.'w I
night Wonder
why 5lori.ti 'It C'.."' ,,.,,,. appropriated ,
:: 'they came over here and it rain Rayreuth.r front available funds de.rived .
Cold Weather'sIt Plaintiff ".. .
)'acK..nl.. from General Revenil. l uch
ing ? Bet Wanda Crosby and : SHT. flsyranther. D.- amount*, at such. time*. a. may be y

Charles Newman could tell required to pay promptly the con 'w
No. 8886 trlbutlona required of the City a.
How 'bout It kldsT u.1 TRUCK
._ aaprfPINE Tn Ilornihy MarKensi. Day employer by applicable. 'State or FORD
riuthel whn. r.allence federal law. or reirtilatton. which
'COMING! dress .is: 2093 Montlc.llo and .d. hall b* paid over to th* lawfully _
;i.: I i-ronx. New York Avenue.. de.lirnated State' Agency at the
Tou, "rime and In the manner provided.
I LEVEL cult f' h..b, notified. thaI a b y law and regulation.

. ( Always Has) ..w..ln..t' yoU iJivorc In th.n".bov. tiled i Section ft. The City shall keep
named Much record and make Much report? :
Hy Mrs. II. M. McHae Court qUI..d sod ..u... and you are re-' III" may be required by applicableNtat
to serve a copy of your .n. S Federal law !
or or rcaiilatlonaand
swat' 0. lAST lONGER
I II/o THE SMART nn the PI/tlnUr"'e..lln.. 10' the complaint, shall adhere to the rule. and.

This community was made nail I Sailen. 8.IoI..n Attorney flay reaMilatlon. of the. Stat Agency for
THING flenrh. Jlull.llnor, r'aytons the enforcement of said laws and
.last Wednesday to learn of the n.I.lnal Flolda. and fn. the r eatilat Ion*.

4 death of Robert Hall who was nf the ('Ircu't In the' Office of the Clerk Section A. Ther I I. hereby exeluded .
: ths Court nn or befre from this. ordinance Jr.
killed In a car wreck at Jacksonville Und day n' any < -. _
Fuel Oil I otherwice October. 1951 : I authority to mike. any aareem,'nt ..
I Fill Storage the
up jour Thursday afternoon.Mrs. ..om".lnt' allegation. n' paid with respect to any position or anymployee i-: 1p
i ; Tanks now before the M. J. McRaa of Crosby fU..I by 'ou.will b. taken .. cone nr official I now covered. I il11;

I Lake and her brother-in-law and This notice or authorised, to he covered, hv any (
last minute rush hexin In shall be published .
t Once aech week other orllnanec n. I"w, creating any. t ,
sister Mr. and Mrs." B. A. Miller for tour eon..cullve t .
J this way you will help relieve w..k.. In the It.a.It..d retirement nvntfrn fnr any employee
of La Belle were visiting the H are'h. County Tel. or official nf the until Cltv L5
I j our storage problem Section 7. Th.* City of Stark.
M. McRae's Monday. Mrs. Mc IKSl"1; dar 0'
t '; a..pt.mb.l'FJo'ICIA .., Florida, 'do... hereby adapt thrtrrmn. A
ti and we can: plan ahead BO Rae and Mrs. Miller celebratedtheir I ( f. "FJA f.) nnndltlnnn. rn ulrmntiitwrvnflnni ,
A. I
4 t j there will always be an adequate birthdays together Ki.ciTrlif I >f the Circuit' Thom Coin.... .. hnfltii prlvlt*?**., 1 .
Sunday.'I I1'y \f)' Deaver. nnd nth,r condition t".r*.,intrt ..n< .
f : of Fuel Oil We thankful for n.pntv Cleric : ,
i supply on are n-rtnlnlntr. of Title IT the ftni' iaj| .
.: : hand when need It.I needed rain. The farmers can now 921 i 41 10112 inriirfv' Sep dti. ..m,nilfil bv Public. ,t,4 --
you lot Cin'.lC .. I Jiw N" TK. ttpf rontrr<*... for anti e : ,
strawberry f" ... /
and /
set plants plant .
1I'1..ld. I. ( liraSferd (....f,. n. behalf nf nil the nfftr>*>fi. pod ..m .J ,
//1 the vegetable gardens. I'lwarl. 12 Palmer'baaepn7. I nlovthe.r' *nf anti nf It* t1.*nnrt / 'S

Owen McKae arrived home Lucy Palmer. D.tendanl.. Ptatntiff' Ve. ment.. 50.1 11..1. ....." end Pycept .- .- 14 .--4
any nf nurh officers| and
I .mplny..p
Thursday morning for a short Case No. nnw covered t
: Order Ot 8811 or ntithnrlx t" hi 1
: leave with his family after dutyIn : app.... "PahIi.ati.... 0' And "Ivetlee, T. covered' hy any reiirenent nynti.mnrnvd .- t I

Alaska. Tuesday he will leavefor L"cy Palmer. Whose'Io.'d.residence T.. Intt by low nnd. further ."c.*",. 'k:: .. .
allro.. anti any offfclnl nr employee w'hon t- '
San Francisco and from there pnt. Conn.I.: 68 W. Avenue. B.ltl. .>ciipl*>M. any pnltInfl. pfflrw. nr .mpovm -
| nt not .,niitn.nrlt to b.
will go to Japan. Yo", ... "nv.
....-.. n..toho. "raule", to appear on rd bv 11.,11"1" State. nr Frd.ral.
Mrs Robert Lamb of Ona and 52. IUI In the above named Laws. or r.irulnHonnNrtlnn .
Peeks and eat. ,.... wherein phtlnlltf M. The Cv| Clerk op the
I I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA T.I..ap" Prsdfort County. City nf Stork is l. hereby. designated

FUEL OILKEROSENE 1\IATTU. SSES In nut tour shall Weekly publl..h issues.this Order the rnntndlnn of nil umn withheld
Wlt.pp from the rnmponnfttlnn of officers
OF ALE KINDSRENOVATED ..al..t Stark my. hand and oftlcl..1 I and Cmpln.Ct. anti of the iipprnprinted .
I her 2n 1151. Plorida thl. Septem., fund fnr the ontr1hittnnof | ,
(OFFICIAL- the "' "". anti lbs Dty rirk Af
ilEA f.) A. J "' ''o''u. paid' City In hereby made the with

I FIIONE8IJohn : J .(p...h.,.Myrtle. It. 11.0.'p.. A..Iteave.IOt.05 Clerk. of no"ut..Id. Cour ClanS, hauling with and the reporting,"I" of agent mnlntnlnIn nndphnrirvd .

Rttil40% Oua..nt Llf.I p."n..l records for the purprint _
sit,... for f'lf.Jenkpflnvlll, Finri} .. of this ordlnnnr \ ,_ .
9111: tl 1011; I IOTteE Section. A. Thin ordtnnnrA shall

I F U U NIT U It E -T take effect lmm* dlnt.lv upon It].
A. TorodeDistributor .. rirrel. APp"an nnimnro. anti nnnrovnl bv ,h.I......<.
Ittiph<>latrrrd and ...1..1.... ;. 'r"i-"rr--- toady. or upon it.. pn..a.. without the np _
Paul' provnl I nf the Vnvor I ___
Refinished Ton. Ra""tlff' V". Mary TJ"".I r i...." nnd adopted tbl. 1Mb ...' ,

of September. Hflllnmn ,
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. "..tI.! .. T. A.p.,. C" No. 1671 I A. T..wlxrhalrmnn ..

Box 230 PaJutka, Ha. To: Mary 1.1881.' Ton. whone City Oonnrll.ATTrQT ,
4n... re.l ,
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yyyyyyvVVYVVYVVV'VVVYV'VFULLY You are lrt" t'nknown Carl Jnbnn. Oltv Clerk _---e.--
hereby p
stilt for Dlorn. hac notified keen th..1 file I a" TO '1''"IT Stn'nt'nT.y. T 7'"tV"VlIt'flfT j. r / .
A..ln.t Y"U In the :MATCH. CITY op'h. i -
Court: and ..,...p. anti Shove, name" PTXRKR.nn n _____ -
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tn are r.Iutr..d ( fnreeni" ,tnl'nne'e' was tlnl.
wr or .itleadin.erve a. copy 0' your .n. .)id and alopted bv the Cltvrnitti : .,'.
tn Ih. _
0I the f'I..lnll".. Complain .*il of the City of "...k. In .O ,
Attsrn.v. .,
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Thn"a.. Jr "tak. Flo.I". r i-riinr > dt4 Htn < -1.. on the .
'tie the orl.lnal In the .rtlo. "n.I 18th clay nf "fn.'h.. 1911Pnrt .
Clerk n' the of th I .Tnbnn.Pity .

tore'tharwt.e the Hod the Circuit tiny aitesationa ot Court Oetobe.on,,.Y n.i9&i b..I nbov* ClrkTh pdlnflf,. r*.* Iv..., nndnnprovd ii; ;:':: :

EQUIPPED .4"mplslnt will b. taken .. sal.Ii bv me thin 19th day nf ..__
r..1 by .ou. con l fl>peinlirt 1*'1.

....This.. notice shall ". pnbllphed T R Wntnwrlht, 'itaEewE.J
.seP, Mnyor. __ _
and efficient 'Iv" weeks 'In the for Bf.fo*<" conperu 1'21< St 10'5' j 1'.1),4.1'. t.__
the most modern equlp-. Tale.era15flat.d \. or4 County !

ment available to the profession is """ "th day of S'Pt'mber'OFFICIAT hn'rlc'sTl. "pp..aM 0 __

used by this funeral home in maintaining I*) f.1...... I *.. jM. H....'.... C*.*tFt _
t BAL> A J. Thom.,.. .'lo.i.iai f*> < h...rery.
its well known standard of IT M..tiCltIk' of the Circuit Court Kdw.rd: J. Flron Plaintiff ".. An. ___- .
Deaver. Depot gus Hlron Defendant. -
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"fTIC8I._TO APPKAIt_ 4t 10111. "*To.le:.Angus T* "._"'ron.... wbe residenceI. n TOO .UYI AN ITI TO THI FUTUII-you wont truck !thot stand up to A..n.WI/tJ'It 11_01-_, _..-on.....;:'" ,,//r. ,","",,!,,,:

.. lrr-.lt, r..rt. 1I..d'. Danver. punishment and stay INIhe Her-'
'coal*. state llu.pttal. L'an. /fob. the evident that rODDS
C. JONES B..I. M Wan.. I'l*int%ff4 vs.. J..,. Ver*, Ma... ar. the truck
per 1 Wallace, Def.n.l.nl You are hereby notified that a for yots lif. insurance .xp.rt>, Using lofnt r.e;>>trahon data on 7.318,000
Phone 7 Starke Fla. Ca.. No 1411 stilt for Dlv..r"., ....10'11' of minor ITuck.
Retire T. A......*.. children etc ha. been filed pro ford Truck lad long.rl And remember-th Ford Truck
Tn: Jasper I.v.n...... whoa against you In the above named
reeldeno ,I.' rpWEX! ntOT givts you the moil from the Most '
F- Funeral Director Ambulance) Service !47 Kant rare of DanielIn ., Court and cause and you ar. r- power got!
College Avenue, York. qulrd to serve a ropy of your anwer -
Pennejrlv.nla.I th.
or pleadlnar tn complainton
I Our local funeral home enables as to offer convenience sal Ton ar>* hereby notified. that I a the plaintiff Attorney William

I services not otherwise available. cult '..r Divorce ha. been filed a.ain.t n Mura-an. tot Clark ,,,.1".11,,..
you In the above named Court Jacksonville. Florida and file the

.-. and cause and you are required tooleadinv original In the office of the Clerk of ANDREWS CO.ison
= srrss--st-s--s-st .n. a "np.f
ssrsr ssssssss4I your answer 0" the Circuit Court tn nr before the MOTOR
the to the complaint on the t9t" div ,>f October, 1151 : othCrwiaethe .
I "e furnish highest type service at lowest prices. and Plaintiff. Attorney. Jnerph K Skip alUg.tl,in. .f said Complainwill -

I scept ANT life Insurance policy In force lasted by ANT per. i5i dr.ham nulldlnr. Jackeoa- b* taken a. confessed bv y. u. ,
Florida and file the orla-lnal. Th' ..
I company as payment in part or In full on a funeraL 'n_ the- office of the Clerk of the ('in. .>nr.. ..a..n..I'h wk.hall fi.r f< ur bpublished.'. n**,.ut .. & Adams Sis. STARKE FLORIDA phone
Consultation: It rt .n '>r heft ,. the Und wk ,
J11. Bradford r '
carries no obligation. ia'JI' T- <-
.f C
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.lleiati.yii of said <:""'P'ot: this lth day.ti ptemb,




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j I suggestion- which we think you I I thoroughly Top with mayonnaiseand developed Into s fine man with a

In oim -__ t will find to be very delicious: I serve with baked ham. We lovely family.

IA -J.A Humn 3s Burn : BAKKD FEARS! I think you will agree that this All of our teachers were In Cake

b ttmj Wash and cut lengthwise six 'sounds good enough to eat. City at a district meeting Mondayof
1 CLINT A BONNER this week While there Mrs.
i BY medium sized pears. Do not peal. Frank Hemmlngway, a former
.. -T of Mrs. Perkins to see Perkins acted as chairman of the
piI1jp4ij: ,. ; Remove core. Place in an aluminum pupil came
L' ._ baking pan with cut aids up. her Sunday. He was accompaniedby group on Elementary Evaluation.

T barnacleresting I Add two CUPS of water. Place in his wife and son, Richard. We are sorry tnat ttugene: Hall
Christian ChurchThe I a slow oven and bake until pears Frank was In the class with Buddy wan Injured while riding his bicycle
\ I(I He Leadeth MeA can be pierced with a silver fork. Bishop and he and Buddy were lest Thursday night. We miss him
discourse on the friendly church extends a Turn up-aide-down and sprinkle great favorites of Mrs Ferklns. so much at school and hope he Is

I Books was given' by tile cordial welcome to all to visit and Governor's son discovers a hymn he wrote I! lightly with sugar and cinnamon. During Frank's visit many of the soon back scattering sunshine with
L Tabernacle worship at all services. Return to oven and cook until happy days past and gone were his merry smile. Eugene In one ot

t the morning I Bible School 10 a.m. with C. W la the spring of 1885 a young minister took The speaker and his wife went home with Deacon there is practically no liquid left. discussed and laughed over. Frank oar outstanding seventh grade
I Sunday. It waa point- Colson as superintendent. Morning his seat on tbe pulpit of the Second Baptist Thomas Watuon for tbe night The deacon Cool slightly and place on a Is now a mechanic at the Naval pupils and Is a great favorite with
at the Bible. Is the unl- service 11 a.m. The Lord's, Church at Rochester, N, T. About to preach his complimented the young speaker on his selection crystal dish with the cut side up. Base In Jacksonville and In the his teacher and all his schoolmates
ok of Knowledge, giving Supper Is served at 11:15: a.m. trial sermon before a new congregation- he of. text Retiring to bis room Joseph Ollmor Place In the refrigerator to chill opinion of his old teacher he has ,
Morning message 11:30: am.Evening thumbed through a hymnal to select an Impressive sat op Into the wee hours writing some verse.
information on all sub- neat morning Mrs. Ollmore w.lP ahead
services song. Over In the book his hand stopped. The
evening messaga was begin at 6:30: His ore widened./ Then he smiled. His wife must of ber husband. She took the paper with Its
..he p.m. with Christian Endeavor, 7:30: bass played a prank on him. His thought went verses bnt said nothing. Gllmore forgot; It com
It Is No SecretGod'sjigs p.m. Evangelistic services. back! to a night three years earlier pletely. Mrs. Gilmore sent the poem to a Baptist
Prayer- meeting each week at n was March :x. 1861. Tb. nation was In tur periodical. Composer William Bradbury read It, 6th We Reserve
moil. The Into set It to !music and published It la his hymnal.
has been made In the 7:30: p.m. Study this week will be War-Oet..een.tb.Stat. had swung The Right
Its tragic stride. Abraham Lincoln had not ,etrb.. Golden Cencer.
the comli% of Rev. Arthur the 13th Chapter of Romans. Bring D.U. stopped
Issued hi* Emancipation Proclamation and noAt Rochester when Joseph Ollmore 1
Duluth Minn for a series your Bibles. body knew what the bloodshed was all about his hand on a page In the hymnal his thoughts Anniversary .. To LimitQuantities
ngs. He will be here Octo- Homer Swlndail Minister nor where the struggle might! lead. Everywhere went back to that night In Philadelphia when be .
10. A treat is In store people were praying for Divine guidance. In Philadelphia talked from the text "He Leadeth me beside the
nterested In Bible! proph- CIU'RCII OF JF.srs ('IIIU T the son of the Governor of New Hampshire still waters." At any rate be wanted to hear i
Ket Giles has made an OF LATTER DAY S\INTS made a talk before a group that bad gathered how a hymn sounded that he had written so he ALE
at the First Baptist Church for prayer asked the congregation to sing Phone 70
sluily of this subject and Masonic Temple Call Street.

.igea!: are sure to be hoe Sunday School every Sunday a* 1M'.'* meO blessed, '"0''' '. Lori, I Mould: clasp Thy' nnnd in mine. ___uu _
He has just returned morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services O word with heavenly' comfort fraughttWhatfer Nor ever murmur nor repine > -' '' .
gland with first hand In- 6:30: p. m. A cordial Invitation I do. Where.e'er I b.. Content, hat-ever tot I see, : -
n j, world conditions, Is extended to all. Still '". Go..'. hand that leadeth me. Rind 'tit, my loii that leadrlh me.Anit I.AUGE[
r sometimes '", Id scenes of deepest gloom when my. talk on earth it done,
Sometimei when tlden't towers bloom, When, bll Thy. grace, the "'ctor,,'* wen'
By icotrrs still o'er troubled era, B'en aeath't'' cold wave / wilt not 1l"e, ,
Hear Pastor Hob Gray Sunday still*;,, i/i, hand, that load.h ...... Since God thro' Jordan leaaeth me. 2ge TIDE c

x 7:30: P.M. ,

Taltie-Cake Religion'!! Regular Price .llie I : ICl'IlUlar Price! ::1 IeJ

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d1Don't Miss This Bible Message! !

BAPTIST CHURCH 3 for JOe 1 J JELLY,2Ib.jar 2"9c |
IRST Hampton Methodist Church Church of Christ i refreshments of Ice cream and -
cooklrs along with them, thus
Bible School 10 A.M. Don Hill. Supt. Corner 10th and McMiitiuii
World Wide Communion Sun- saving her the trouble of makingany
Ll1.(' (new time) 6:30:: P.M. Otto Hicks, Sr, Dir: day will be observed in The First Bible School-.-10 A. M. preparations whatever for the Starlic DryMILK Diced 1 Tall Cans

tin the Crowds Coming to the Hri hlest. Happiest Methodist Church of Starke at Preaching- A M. and 7:30: party. 1 lIb. pkg. 33c BEETS tall 3 for 25c
Place in Town I both the morning and evening P. M. Misses. Ada and Lou Edwards cans, -
OUR CHURCH"1ST I services, Sunday, October 7. At Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Jacksonville were weekend guest.

the 11 o'clock hour the Rev each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W ... .. ._ ". .. d ._ '
Thomas G. Mitchell will preachon Everyone welcome. H. Kdwards. ',r .._ .. ",,-r_.__ .., ..,- .. ;,
the World, Communion Sunday Mrs Hubert Priest was attending '
SMOKKD LIJ. I 1\1.1.:
theme "The Fellowship of Suffering Church of God8th to business in Lake But- ,
: and Service." During the ler on Saturday.
BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. afternoon the Communion well be & St Clair Sta. Mr. and Mrs. Alva A. Cook Mr
taken to the sick and the ahut-ius. Sunday School 10( a m. and Mrs. L. H. Futch, Mrs. Joyce Bacon 39C I Salmon 3geUe.cular
The Sunday evening service will Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Flitch, Mrs. O. W. Roberts, Mrs
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor begin at 7:30: p.m. at which time Sunday Evening Service 7:30pm: Frank Jones, Mrs. H. C. Kelly and
.vli'. Mitchell will preach on the Y. P. E, Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m Mrs. H. H. Hamilton attended the
fferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Prayer Meeting T:30
subject "The Significance of The Thursday : p.m District Teachers meeting In Lake

PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 Lord's Supper today." Special I City on Monday Mrs J. P. \Vyrlckand j Keuular Price t'Jc! Price 49c
music will be furnished at the St. Edward's Catholic Miss Elizabeth\ Terry attendeda
.. ..
Lunch Room Workers ,
morning service by the Senior meeting
Rev. Francis J.
| SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.! 7:15: P.M. Choir and by the Youth Choir at'I tor. Dunleavy, pas. at the same time also In Lake City I I

day School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P.M. the evening service. Mrs. W. H. Edwards spent Sun-
1 Sunday Mass at 9:15
: a. m. RICE 10 lb. cloth MUSTARD
11D-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M. Church School begins at 9:49: Weekly Mass at 8: a. m, day night and Monday In Jack bag1.19 qts. 14c
a.m. W B. Sewell Is the General Confessions Saturday 5.00: to sonville with her daughter, Mrs
CANDLE LIGHT INSTALLATION Superintendent with the following 8:00: P. M and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M. Rex Mlxon.
SERVICE OF ALL CHURCH OFFICERS as Dlvisonal Superintendents: Children's Catechism Classes, Donald Wilkinson of Ft. Benfling STARCH, Argo 5c per bottle 27c!

Children Division Mrs. E. K. Saturday 10:00: a. m. spent the weekend here with II I
LITHE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR Ferryman r Youth Division <. Jim Adult Religious In.tructlonI his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett! I

Ritch; Adult Division W. W. courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M.,I. Wilkinson. ,
The ladles of the
Calnes, Jr. md Methodist
by special appointment.
WSCS will LARGE GltEENLettuce
vvm............ ........nvevvvvYYYYYvvrisJ. The Senior and Intermediate .sponsor a bake sale TALL PEn CAN
featuring cakes pies and cookies.Elawr ,
Methodist Youth Fellowships meet TIIKKESSA! CIIRIMTIANCIIIJIKII .
NEWBERN STUDIOS each Sunday evening 6:30: p.m. I will be held up town' In Lawtey,
The young people are invited to Mackerel 13c lOc
though It did
rain Sunday
< Fellowship Hour in the Recreation
IT lie Roving Photographer"Wedding Hall following the evening there was a fine crowd present for
service. the Convention. Eight churcheswere HAMPTON
represented and the food was
The Children's Hour Is held
Portraits grand with plenty left. By Mrs M. O. Sweeney Regular Price 17e I IAll J I Regular! Price 15c
every- Wednesday afternoon at This Friday night at 8 p.m. Mr. .0.-
3:13: for all children between the SWindall will bring the sermon
Commercial Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall recently
ages of 6 and 12Presbyterian topic "If You Die and Go To Hell
returned from a two weeks visit
STUDIO OPEN I Cares. Make your plans with relatives In Texas. Largo

All Wednesdays Day Saturday Church now service.membership to be Five present this came past for Friday forward this night great for:1 guest Miss Saturday of Sylvia Miss Voncele May In Starke spent Kelly.as Fridayand the 3 pkgs. 20c HONEY DEWS\ each 39<

Sunday School at 0:45.: -Homer Swlndail, MinisterLAWTEY .,
6 P.M. 8:30: P.M.\ Friendship Class 10 a.m. I' Friends of Corporal Robert Cox Large YellowBANANAS Yellow nosefLO.UR
will be Interested to learn left

8X10 PORTRAITS$3.00PORTRAITS ducted 11 Youth a.m.by Fellowship Dr Morning A. Ross Sunday service Lynn. con-eve- California duty SCHOOL In last Korea.Monday NEWSMrs. for he overseas lb. lOc. 25 Ib. bag 1.8.!

TilE MODERN WAY ning Prayer at 7 Meeting p.m. Wednesday at I-. II. Futrh Betty May was a substituteteacher
for the seventh and
uaa.uA.AAAAUauAAAUU.uaa..AA.AAUU..AA7dredma" 8 eighth
p.m.St. Quests of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. grades Thursday and Friday of Phillips No. 2 CaM 1'00tK & PINT BOTTLE
Walters/ last week last week- The pupils liked the
were J. R. Waiters
Mark's Episcopal of Boca "new teacher" very much.
Raton and Mr. and '

aeyadyar ffly' House is School Sunday 9:45: September a m. Holy 9-Church Com burg.Mrs. A. W. Walters of St. Peters being Our renovated.school heating We hope system It will is Beans 12'2clteuttlar Alcohol lOc'

munion 11:00: a.m. Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of keep us nice ahd warm when cold
weather here.
Tacknonvlll gets
Heat as a pin. -Rev. Fred Yerkos. Celebrant with her father spent A. M.the Blanchard weekend There were 118 pupils enrolled

vvvm..nmvvvivvvvevWANTED and her sister, Enzu.' In our school at the end of the first I Price 17e : !
.k Mr. and Mrs. U H Fulfil month. Of these. 71 were boys and Regular Price J25c
Warm all winter were 47 were girls. Is
I FIRST MORTGAGE visiting relatives In Westconnett Hampton ap
on Tuesday parently a boy's town and the-
evening of last week

2,000 and LOANS Residential or Mrs. Loca Whltten. Miss Dora teachers of are wholesome-minded very. proud of the COFFEE CDM lb. tin 77cSweet j
r 4 h up. Johnson and Mrs.\ pearl Cain of group boys TRIPE large
QUAKERH Commercial Property Reasonable Lake Butler were visiting In Law who are helping to make out can -

Interest, good trrmn. Small ley last Saturday afternoon. school a success.. : Campbell
( : my brokerage fee. Mortgage Miss Esther!: Mason and Miss We have been having delicious
Nell Housley of pear. !in the lunchroom for the POTATOES 3 Ibs.
Made" Bought Refinanced. Jacksonville were 29c : TOMATO
Write promptly for appointment dinner guests of Miss Enza: Blan past week.- Since they are Inexpensive SOUP per can 10<
chard and her father last Sunday they may be used In a ,
fur appraUal. Will be In
variety delicious
evening. ways. They are
r thU trinity/ soon. Chan.. F. Mr and Mra Joe Shuford cooked In thick syrup and
Roger. P. O. Box 1050, Jack: eon, Kenneth, of St served with thick cream. We have 3 FOR
? 1 Get: rid of dirty coal. ashes Kon\lllp, i1.AAW spent. the weekend with Augustine relatives also/ had them made Into a cobbler FLAT 3 FOR
f and klndhng .have plenty W VAAAAAV..AAAh here. pie. They add a tempting flavor

of heat In a )Jiffy this winter Floyd Kemp who has been to cabbage slaw However, Mrs.
el."' : ..,with a QUAKER Darned ing some time with his father spend W Perkins, who often uses her home Jello2cRegular SALT

e Heater HcaU your home or P. Kemp left Monday for Ft. kitchen as a laboratory for testIng 10C"eguUr
of minutes recipes, offers the following
"Q a room In a matter Let Us Thoroughly Banning Ga
Fait, automatic tintawured Mrs. O. J. Phillip accompanied

t,1 by these optional. Wash Your Clothes by her children Leslie. || \ Ola Mae : Price 2ge I j
1 ; low- ost accessories olered and Danny and Arnold Smith and PHONE 218 Price Ue
only by QUAKER: 9 Ponds Bunt Crews were In Jacksonville

1, .......I..I Dr."_"flvet.ar
maximum'M eC ehlmney teat output by providing FREE Bleach If Desired! rot L. H.last Futch on Thursday evening KRINKLES 2 pkgs. 25c
.mT(!. dr.It. Cut ul coon were Mr. and Mrs 1 lb. eta -29
I I'empAye./ Stark J. D. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Lester <
..i. n'ly elr.culat
5. H* 4 Clr >-I Parnaby and Kellogg
I daughter Sue, all of
brat u> were roam

tarn,,*.Automatic In action.n I c Jacksonville.Mr.\ anti Mrs' W, F. Moore and FLOWERS CORN FLAKES pkg. 1 15c SNUFF 3 for f 29-

daughter, Rena. spent" the week FOR ALL OCCASIONS ,

69.95 end with relatives la Tampa. Mr. ,
We wm .
and Mrs. Tom Casey of Starke
*OUAKII 0.1'-
._,.J.._._. '.... _... spent the weekend here with the
II ......"..-.--"--. And Up Dry Your, Clothes other children while Mrs. Casey's (j) CALVES 25; LB. HAG IIIG 28 OZ,

parents were away.
For 20c

Low in Price la New Automatic Drier! In Mr.Palatka and Mrs.Friday O. J.evening Ander.of were last DISH GARDENS Dog Food 2.65Regular APPLE

WINKLER\ 7 High in Performance trip week combined.The on a business. and pleasure/ POTTERY 19 C

Come in ,relay Junior\, Boys' class of the POTTED PLANTS

Electric Service car ...-........;... First Baptist church gave their
teacher Mrs. J. D. Robinson e FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE : Price 2.9.j t

PHONE 166 Washeteria\ surprise party at the pastorlum I: itegmar"IUD. Price 2geOCT51.9
'= Monday night/ of last week. This
'221' Temple, Ave. U. S. 301 Starke. Fla. was a very pleasant affair for Mrs I Nona St 8tarke .

f -" Robinson( asthe boy. even took -
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II \ -- I IP"v. P.nII Ct 1..1<. Darby Casl |IT E.nflnll Neal D R\an-. i n, -
'\ Recentllirtll alt '\Vfln. Hubert Er' ,wn'' 1 yard tin 53..1/ :, ae Lenholt war' : Rites ThursdayFor l 1. In" / Tornadoes Meet :lal nitI I lie ball r.".\ into the lilt! Kli. urn' Pr', In. t No. 2--N. Starke, | ,-.nnill.', Florida and file. the .""lfl", ,,
,,1110 I (Don ritlman of Marlanna but a teammate, who waa on the John Redgrave "'pa<>- 'Ht.iwn clerk Aubrey Moore, ""I In the offli of the Clerk nf. t ti|,,. ''i
Mr and Mrs. Richard Ray announce wer' wo..k nd guostH of Mr and T. S. William, Nat Williams Circuit Court on or before the -,11,, r' 'ir
I 'ground nearby re-caught It. Perkins Heart Attack Victim Kle.-tion: f.r.'n..t( No 3-S. Stark, day of November 19S1. otherwise' thi
the birth of a eon Vernnn MrO.. |II| Sewell and attendedthe I allegation, of '1'I r
I lost six yard ou a pitchout R Demoresl, Clerk P. I', Hrldifiw.K said Complaint will,
Richard Jr. St football Gainesville D. Junss, b* taken .. confessed
Ray, on Sunday at game In Palatka TonightContinued McRae who A D. Crosby.Rlectlon by you I
and Lenholt punted to a
conducted This notion
services shall
I Funeral were ba published
Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville. Saturday evening ': Pi' eel net No. 4-41 ra ham, 5 5n
took it on his 40 yard line and returned Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clockfor Oeorice Rivers, (Clerk John !McKInnev. I..

...._.. ,__ _. ,1 A J J __ _. . ,. ,1 I ( from page one) It to the Seabreeze 4T. Harry Dvsl John SurrencyKlectlon .
John Harwood Redgrave 40 Precinct N... 5-llnmpton -
Johns picked up four yard over U J. Wynn, (Clerk K. It Wntterson. -
who died. suddenly Tuesday night Mrs, !M. ('. Sweeney John To ,
The Torliailiw took posMpslon right tackle Teston gained alx to Happy Have

IIFOR I of the hall on the Sanilrrab 11 the same place and McRae carriedfor I In a local drug store as the resultof I Blackmon.Rlectlon Precinct. No. II-Theresso, You

MOIL 8AI.K- yi old .polled If...-. yard marker and Juhrm gained no gain. Johna went back In.1, a heart attack. Rev. Thomas O. W. 8 Slhlev (Clerk Adam, Kelsev 't!

large. Ar.l'tru..h."ry healthy with white plume roott. ford bull. J. JI. Mhltv. HI t, Hot i four through I the left sMr of to punt formation but ran his left. Mitchell vas In charge of the service Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Mrs ('. H.

About .. nlc roots au. Sod rnnnsrs ;?, ......ke. Up the II"... Traton earned over end for 12 yards and a first which was held In the FirstMethodist Cuchrnne.Rlectlon. Precinct Nn. T-N. Locate In S Starke :
14 l.flon. K. K.: Wasdln.
9 miles North per W.".... tip IQlU Kult IIAI.Mttlall. modern (..utlsKafor right guard to the Sealirmsetwo down'l Church with IntermentIn River, M. T.. John Clerk Reddish' I
Teuton found tackle
oUI'le.| Three rooms and bath ![ yard line and on the next, play right Andrews, .Frank Tomllnson, Jay
WANTKHrounK or middle' ag.t fnrurnlsliod H mile. ull I'slmkaHlKhway |John.* carried over left tarktofor lag all he lout a !aid but the family plot In Crosby Lake Moody.
couple to share large apartment I.. F. Smith lip. Elect, Inn Precinct N.Jl"n..k"", .
I thescore.. I'arltrr'H kirkwan through renter on the next: play .
Inquire at Koch's Drug Htor Itp Cemetery.It U J. (Ftaild) Crews. Clerk, .1. W. 11
FDR SAt.B-Klva 700." .good usedUrsa good. and the Tornadoes, led. for three. Teuton' pass to the Is reported that Mr. Red. Kellv. Howard' Douirlas. K. T. '
1 BABY SITTING bv competent per and tubes. C'hnsp. A. U 70. 'left flat UM Incomplete.Forsythe St..rt.1'h.. Pa.
( .'.... rhon I II$.W. IIP Martin N. Tom Ph. Av.. liP grave had had some previous at. P ,ard of Publln Instruction

j 8I'WINO-Wom.n': and children's su.Fewty' WIWTEOItXCE1.I.NN'r I Parker kicked to Benner on the lost a yard In the center tacks and had left his home on Bradford County, Florida.105| 6t ll2mOTICR |

clothingReasonably prlc.... Mrs. with: car orPOHTt'.NITr to supply Consumers forman I 1: Seabreeze 20 and h8 brought It of the line and on the next play. Laura Street Tuesday night about e
flatten Dowllnii's subdivision N. with Soft household proiluctsIn I back out 8 yard where he was Ed Parker moved In fast to recover Cored TO APPRARI. .
over 8 o'clock ('aces. Rradfaril C..ty.
> to have
I'It. some prescriptions
Christian '
Hradrord County, "Stop I tackled hard by Vernon Underhill. Perkins fumble. .nrldai. In Ckanevry.Charles .
Ife your own boss.l7lld filled. While waiting on thedruggist '.
10th others. business Forsythe gained a yard on a Johns tried guard fir three ( .p""rn. Plaintiff. "..
nn right
FOR RF.NTIn"u lilllldlna "" a f re (In a .
he Mary Patricia
fell hitting his headon Cnprsro Defendant.Case .
"J St. He. Fate Brown. 41. 101TRAILKII | .yore NSa ltp I no handicap. pitchout around his right' end. yards, but he was stopped at the, No. nOT

Writ llawlelnh's UapLID 1e7 Benner attempted a Hat pass thai. line of scrimmage on the next a marble slab and was pro \ ..ttee T. .4.......
HOVSE' for, sslei:: fl ft ,..6. ,, I flounced dead upon arrival of a Tnt Mary Patricia Capraro, where
well equipped. I'rlce IHr 0. eau l --' I was Incomplete and per'kln. ran play as his timing was thrown off I doctor The Fire residence' Is. : Ftrlvadlers riroomsCnttsne
'l a Mr,. nreen al New Method' Cleanera. lip All Mafces.r.r.-...All- wnd.l.nea.nnahla ".....1....... the right end for 13 yards but It by a bad pass from center. On I I hurried to the scene with a respirator land. Rordon Hampshire, I nlr.

I : ( II t.. .H.PH: FluI; wan called back when both tram the next play Teston ran all over
but their Von are hereby
efforts to revive notified thnt
... .. Ph. aril a
cnl..oRFJO HKf.P-Man and woman Tat' W, 1'.11 .h" were offsides. Benner's pass to the right tackle for 23 yards and him in milt. for Divorce, ctistodv of minor .
work. 11Kln".I. /.... Riley In the flat were vain. children. etc.
''i for maintenance OR SWAP good farm right was no the second. Tornado touchdown. I ham been filed
... I-VRch.. ItWEODING WII.I. HKIJj: He was an of the Sea- ss-alnst you in the above named
i with ..,"f.. fences, corn crop, good and Lenholt kicked out of Parker's extra point attempt was employee Court and raus and .
you arm re.nalrel
plow tools. a-ood gentle mule ailIncluded bound the Tornado 40 hoard Airline Railway and had
BIRTIIDAT CAKES yard to serve a of
AND copy
Cheap. One mils southStarke ariln good and the Tornadoes led your an.
1 -It IIP. Orders taken at Tmhrner P....... railroad Mr. line. been with them for many years. .wee or nlnadln to the complnln.
f It by 140. n the '
Phone 1ft. Attornevn
Gift Bhopps. '' He
j I N..wn Warren Htnrke i'P "n Teuton printed his own right was currently serving as

t BIVOMIl' SEWING Machln. Com.psnv. 8AI.K.Tour acres with lanta end for three yards McGee got' Parker kicked off to Riley who engineer on "Peggy," the train H. C. \WALL AGENCYGeneral

Y Lk City. Kla Phone sso.tiptop FOR B-rnom, h..tt.". a bedrooms, bslh. two on an end around, play to the caught the ball on his 10 yard line which runs between Starke and W. C. T. U.
I will r l>nlr your machine ronvmlences, screened
condition. reasonable. W* all modern of 'srke left side and Rowe gathered a yardon and returned to his own 33. For Bell.He
1 front porch. > ml east :
k iiss only vniiulns sinner parts.ant on old 1 Klns-sl'V Lake road priced quarterback sneak. Thomas sythe's pass to Lenholt was good was a member of the Brotherhood Insurance
our service cars will pick III' for murk ssle. call Jeore. at of Trainmen SOBKIETY AND SELF CONTROL .
punted to Foray the on the Sea Railway and
service upon' n'II..t. ..
delivery rtrs New Bln.er ma<'nines are available breeze 20 yard line where he was of the Starke Lions Club. ARE THE FOUNDATIONSOF
on reasonable terms I for Maryland to Riley was good for 24 yards DEMOCRACY.!
TA KINO nnrtKUH tackled by three Tornadoes. Survivors besides his wife Carolyn Phone
t 146
I FOIl HA1-.K-Itoxer female' < Inn grown' on Strawberry tra.fed l land plants.free from around his right end. Perkins Hutto Redgrave Include hisfather (SIGNAL PRESS.) Starke, ]
1 4 old. beautiful red faun champion. ,Illness, and Insects. well rooted PerlInn ran his right end for handed off to Riley who ran left and mother Mr. and Mrs
1,1.1.1 line --Mrs" W It Terry, true to name. 21V III a .18 yard. but on the next. play, end for 12 yards and on the next
2911 A. W. Redgrave
7 Putnam Hull, phone Keystona bHi"' Mlmdonmry. Hlackmorssnd l ; one daughter -
} the \lsltors fnnihleil and John snap of the ball ran the same play
varietiesMavtlme Cheri
Also new Redgrave
Klondvee ; one son, John
and Tenne.se. and Shipper ICEDRICII ua In fast to recover. The around his right end for three Harwood Redgrave Jr.; one stepson 0 0 '0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SUj
FOIt BALK: OK RENT early: Scarlett Hesiltv Tornadoes gained poftM.Me.lnitof more yards. That was the end of .
.. S. ; .
f .. "'III.. .a..n. Ai.*eat you. Wayne Kinney: 'and three
OIN'n Sunday 2 To 5. Mtg. Pay cerlcitlcaiipty4ntp "f 'sch of thess the hall on their own 40 the third quarter. sisters Mrs Carl Johns, Mrs. E d
mora than fifty yard l line all the first quarterenileil. .
I ",,'nl. 2S.lill mu. 'H:f) RICH.. to any one person.Will Seabreeze broke Into the scoring Torode and Mrs. J. A. Martinez.

Owner frrnilses I be at Ms.tnolla Hotel Octo. column Serving as pallbearers were L.
on her l II In 12th Arthur pummett.HI on the next play on
1 302 LAFAYETTE: 8. E. 411. Ave Delray Hesch.Flo A pitchout from Crawford to a pam from Forsythe to Lenhnlt.Jlaymond's F. Dlnklns. O. L. Llnsln, S. H,. .

t Pip inmHOMB McRae was good for two yards extra. point attempt Simmons. Adolph Gay J. M. EC -

t If*i I CENTRALIST' IXICATKD, story. 1. : I.AI'-.RT-W..ahlnor and around the left end and Trston wax no good and the Tornadoeslead ward_. Charley E. Johns W. D. .
t "1"I apartment house and vacant lot 'Ironlnalitti I and Grand St. )Mrs. ran seven yards off left tackle for wee cut to 11-6. i Mundy: and John A. Torode.OUfH p1451/c
adjoining", Cur Clarke and Jack .1 A. Ho son, H... behind 'I".' Ilapllst 26 yards to the Seabreezs 31 yard \ 51.
Church Now rented |totl yearly. FOR SAT.P3' _Vlvs room houss with stripe. McRae got seven yards off Raymond kicked off to McRae Th. Heard of OP Public KI.KCTHIN: : J SI5
I J. k. .Krssee 1031 K.: Liberty HI furniture If desired Instruellonf
hath. Some ..
left tackle who took the ball on his own 10 Fired " So Norfolk Va 4t 10H2WFI r. ('. Camper, 420 North ChurchBt. but on the next play ,"ills and give, hereby B 0
t WANT DIHTIllHfTOns. to sell Pip 10'5' the center was too high there was yard line and ran It back to the.. I'.lcrtlun: to l b. held notice on of a Tuesday Special .

Michigan 1'...,. Nature's finest "AH1'IALI.Y K''nMSHKr' : Apsrt. a fumble and the Tornadoes lost Tornado 38. Seabreeze was pen. November" 8. 1901 I |, In Special Tea.
soil builder. put up In attractiverotproof meat for rer>t. Frasee House h". 11 yards On the fourth down with alized 15 yards on the play for Mi-h'inl ford rilxlrli-t Number, I of Brad
t Plae'lc and Plastic linedbaits. County, Florida' the hounditrle, STARKFI
Hold hv Seed Feed Hardware month hind First A. J ftnntlst, Thomas Church., Jr. Admin.i.trntnr Ill per' 14 yards to go, Johns punted into clipping and it was first and 10( of the acid, Spectral Tax School t>la. :
f and Department III""... Also 4le in'lATTnACT'Vp / the Seabreeze end zone and they for the Tornadoes on the Seabreeze trim .Vumlier I being enxtenive
by Florists, and NurserymenAlso 48. with the lionndnrles of lh. count
took possession of the ball on their nit prrarrlhd .
1 sold loaded In Carload lots ; n.e 1. dons' over fur. hy Mertlon 23034.
t I "v freln-hr, to Israe growers. Trysome nlshe' finartrrtep. for r"", OrsrtvAnnrtpie.tN own 20.Benner. Florida' : HtHtntes., I 1441 an nmenne. "
moved with Chemical fertiliser r.*i Clark ?"pA' tin Johna gained a yard over left hv Chapter, 2172. Laws of Florid, have added '
and water Put H a pint under ft". month. A. J. Thomas. '* panned over center to tackle, Teston lost a yard on Ui. f'l7 Snld election to he. held .t a new' Sign Depart
', each plant of Straw berry Pepper y... "p 'to"I the imunl polling- place In each vOl-
: T-enholt, but It was Incomplete and right end and after McRae Ifaln..dfive. Init. precinct In said .
( ,
{ KKa "PUint.' Tomato ele. 1 con county for th

;; .. .Ii' tell von '-WITH"Tor TMR wi,:.i,nrPL'r"l'1 OF! PTrt.PRtTn I VTi1TCiTDT.:: I It"pnn nn the second play, Alvarez and Johns punted to Lenholt on purpose fur nil the or public electing schools three within trustee the e for the following type sign work ,

I i AnTHI-R nt'MMRTT. S. K. 4.h.I. Teston moved In fast to throw the Seabreeze 12 yard strip and he rndirle, or Sneclnl Tax $,'honl
, I. \ Ave. Delrnv'each. Pis, renrs.entlnc Tt TNITVTIIP. Forsythe for a six yard 10.... For. ran It back to his own 22.P..rkh. ni.lrlct No. 1 I. Rnch of the ihrlrii -. O SHOW
MtCMIO\V PI': ''I'. Ine "tre. shnll he elected hv the CARDS O GOLD LEAF O TRUCK LETTERS
I. f I H7 Fifth Ave.. New York U. N. T P"** AIT.. .r*> Is. ". trnt-Hnr sythe ran his right end for two ... picked five yar.U oiinllfled electors of cold county. "
s.bsv *><"i.> station up hot
moder a
T exnect *o he at Mavnnlla. ffotet', a and Lenholt kicked to McRaeon nor more than one trustee .h..l1 '
4 1' J, Starke. Fin. CK-t Ito nn U S. ,10| i i Stones. Fla. Available yards around hit right end but on then come from acv one residence dls O BULLETINS O BANNERS o WALL LETTERS
1 \ lithJlp 1AISWANTKI for lease < Its completion the BO yard marker where he '*t play, Karl Alvarex wa. In trlcf foe which a Countv Ronr .
Accepted .applicant will receivethoroiiRh memhur Is
was dropped Immediately. nrovtded' hv hw.| Th.
\ >--Kind Christian horn fort training. with pay for foal to reroter a i Seabreeze fumble. nersnns. nuallflsd. to hold' such, of. O ROAD SIGNS O PICTORIAL O FLUORESCENTe
station >ement at company's 'I"- indlm
msnsl rnrelve
Iderlv' itreat.s
man partially paralysed.ran carried
.. Teuton over .
pay Ito a month for eomnlet expense famines: should 'niimher of votes coat foe eleetlotf .
I care r. t>. Hox 7S& fftartce. card |S,00ft annually with a minimum .. tackle for five yards and Shaw With the Tornadoes In -.' trustees, subject to the limit
Inveatrrient of 14.A04. Address posses.Sion "n. tirescrlhed above,
"n ion droll carve
'\ I II Inquiries! Hun 011 Co., P. O. picked. up another five through of the ball on the Sandrrab far the .n..I". Iwo v....". n.. I".... .
I EI.KCTHIC J"rR'OF.RATORIiI RIC. ftox 14(1.( Jacksonville. Fla. it renter, but an offsides penalty 23 Johns picked up two yard" tees for said school district, The ea
'' PA'R' :D-Atl maks, low prlcos.Pree --- rnlllne- foe the ensulnahlen. /i> f
'I brought the ball back to the SO. nnv
..Um.... W C ..0..... dulf FOR RKNT-Bench's furnished entts over right tackle. Teuton's .pass for enid. Pnerlal, I Tot Hchool nis,
Martin was slopped for no gain trlet Wumher I shall ..!. h, .._.. Prompt Service Guaranteed
tttsllon, oppuslt Slat Farmers 'Klns-sler: fAk. Inquire Mra. to McOee was Incomplete, so TVS- .n' u. --- WorkQuota'
I. I Market, 4tp 1411 .U. Hoover, Church St. ate 10112 over left tackle, Rowe kilt a ton gained three on and. determined' at the; srtme i I lute;; :
over right guardon n. prescribed hv |-iw. The Countv
yard and John punted to the the next play. Johns carried' Mosrd of Public Instruction. In ae.eorditnce 0
Meahreeze three yard line where with the provisions of
t for
three more but It wasn't
enoughfor Section SIO.3,1
(12)) ( ).
a prldn|
Perkins It In anti
gathered ran a first down 'and the Sand- School Utws. |1948. has determine' ..

\We Wish To Congratulate The It Riley back fumbled to the Seabreeie a lateral:22. from on crabs downs.took possession of the ball the that support tlu'for'mlnlm"m the .and nsuln' maintenance mllluve. blennlum assess.ment for of. _

all the nuhllp prhnolm JAI.hc
Perkins within ;
ran left end but there IM
Forsythe for a 20 yard loss on the anll Aietrlpt t" hei,

play but Perkins picked up nine was a penalty for backfield In 'i'r.'MniS"-' Current It'honl .

yards on the next play over cen motion and Seabreeze was setback 11'.lstrlct, No t ntilinv| Pus n.. Ae0
Big Dad Manufacturing Co. ter. Lenholt punted to his own 43 five yards. Fersythe carried serve Fund' a Mills. I

lii yard line where the ball bounced over center for three yards. For lection For the In purpose each or of the holding voting' said
away from McRae and rolled dead. sythe dropped back to pass on the Incls of the countv, the following

s A clipping penalty was called on next play but the ball flipped out clerics" ind ("snectors. ore. ..ipoidnteri'Election ,
1 of his hands as he.. went down and Precinct No -l.nwtey.
I Is And Its Employees the Tornadoes on the play, however I st
Arnold Smith recovered REVOLUTION
for the
,'J I I3i1 and the ball was brought true/h
Tornadoes. DO VOf K\: (>.W; AROt'TROACHES ARY
back to the Seabreeze 28. Perkins'pass .W"11 ijAwton

was no good and Lenholt T..ton ran right tackle for ? .
punted out of bounds on the Tor. &
1' e two j arils, Johns. failed to gain 2-VOOR
mdo 28 yard line. and lilts!' fumbled the When you fight roadies you try

The first half ended with neither with Seabreeze on recoveringon nextplav i ti kill> ft the rid few o( that them you all. not can just hit

We Appreciate the Splendid PatronageWe It'llmI..orlnlf again as they exchanged their own two yard line, Into will spray. or Oust. or that walk
/ possession of the ball a powder by accident.

several times at midfield. Dick Forsythe took a pitchout K3DROACH IEREFRIGQAT__

Parker kicked off to Benner on the mat play ran around his .
} Have Already Received From YouStarling's
who gathered the ball In on his left end and then sprinted down KILLER _

own 10 yard line and returned It the far sideline for a 94 yard run IS I1IFFFRENT: -

20 yards to his 30. Perklna ran and the Sandcrab's second touch- Itoachvs eat It became they Ilk. here at

his left end for nine yards but his down. Benner tried to pass for U..It....They. Nun-poisonous dry up and dl to* .Xuf" to ,- -- -- -- .
man and
L l teammates. were offsides and the the extra point but it was Intercepted pat..

!Snndrrabs! drew a five yard penal by Jimmy Rowe. 15c and 25c Pkgs. Lowest Pfic

ty. Forsythe's pass to Lenholt was That ended.. the scoring for the

food for nine yards but It was caled night as the remainder of the at -

Grocery and MarketJoe an Illegal pass and Seabreeze game saw both teams gain possession Sistrunk Feed and --- -- Ever Offe

drew another five yard penalty. of the ball and stall for "
Seed Co. <<<
Forsythe passed to Lenholt on ,the time with running plays. PHILCO'
STARKE. l want no" i II-

S. Starling & Employees Chief Of Veterans Direct Loan Section !Mfg. by MiPhail FLORID Product you 1951' lernfenta Autom.ttt.

I II Doors
Orli"ndi>. 11a. **
i Will' Be Guest Speaker At Legion MeetingC. + Jill fro t. There'tad
it for featulr
\V. Henry Jr. Chief Direct the new Direct Loan for R at it* pun! :;* dA.r.lutltn.rf

Umn Suction of the Jacksonville construction' Law recently Hom'l .. t. tlt
Veterans Administration Officewill by Congress and now
t+' "
N. Defr'i '"l
WELCOMEAnd be the principal speaker at the ministered. by the Veterans r a .vllt In z...t"i"PC.

local American Legion meeting ministration. He will be available N Ad ud.W" 1MM. .
a fogy
next Tuesday night for questioning on the working I HVI. D......Ct//.,...
Mr. Henry has charge of all of this law following his talk.

Best- Wishes To Direct O. I. Housing (mans madein Commander A. Y. Covl, gtop t .

the State of Florida with the has extended an Invitation to at I
of those mad In the -
exception Legionnaires and Veterans Ir

.ten southern counties which are Stark and Bradford County tc I\

directed from the VA' Miami attend this Important Legion

office. I Meeting next Tuesday night at f''

The speaker'a subfert, will be o'clock In the Legion Hall. ffWow

Elected I 10TICF." TO 'r I"K,H
In fteevlf (
lead andt.M ('..a<".
Vti rl lai la rftaNeery.
Vice PresidentOf Maurice .Ian". Tnth. Plaintiff. t*.
Dorothy Ann Toth, Defendant
FEA District Can No. ITU'' "
%.flre. Ti ,...".. rHltco In/
Tn: fiornthv Ann Toth. hose "... o p
H. P. Morgan superintendentof Idence. !I.: st Vincent's Retreat BuxglaryJnolicy Also

Public Instruction in Bradford .York,..""I..nn., Westchester County, N.w available in

County, was elected vice presidentof Ton are hereby notified. that a for 10 and 12 1951 Phiko "r
District, Three of the Florida milt. foe Plvnrce and care, custody, pays cu. ft. sizes Other Nea low
and control of minor child hn. .been Models as
Educational Association! In lake filed .alnst you In the above named wLai ChooM Ute ai..
is to fit
City\ Monday.He Court and cans and yon are re.liilreit stolen or your De< Get
In ssrve a copy af vonr .li it --pay..you UN it
was elected president of the .. on
BLUE SUNOCA DEALERFor fI" n1.au/ny tn th. '
district during the morning meeting I.w. the Plaintiff' Attorneys. RvnV
Roans and Neat r>. F....".. "fe. |a1 destroyed. EflstTERMS 214.95
A Quarter Century but the ballot was thrown out Law nmldlnaJsrksnnvllle., Florida
and fll. the orla-lnal ?
In In* nfflc of
by the nominating committee with 'the. Clerk, of the circuit, Court nn Charley E. Johns

III'Text Gas At The Price of Regular the statement that the vote had or IM....'otherwise 0". .the lilt the day. attea-atlon of November nf

t been too close (191'188The( .aid .Complaint will h. taken a. eon. Agency
,. ..
> d by you.TM .
committee called for a ....rft bal nrtttee .....11 h. pnhtlft. ....... 11 -- STARKX. FtA.snnssntlml .

W. A., STERNU. lot In meeting the early and part Morgan of the afternoon waajdefeated [[| nine Graph week.. Cant In the work Bradford for tnll"County rnn..r.el T.I.,.. C. H. Nasworthy General Supp

S. 301 & State ltd. 200 Stark Fla. by the supervising principal lest 9',1,4 'hi. 4.h d.i .r 0." 'b.e ( :

I lorrrr, RR13f.2: 4 J TKomaau ... ....
of the Live Oak SC"I" I rt..1r ..' "
C"*" Col" PHONE
"- TM. 198 STARK&1
Myr'le T P a ..r, t> r'-' TRAVCLCItS.: Hartfor*
If '. 41 10'"

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---- ---- 'T' .:vane and Neal D. !': ,
\ Ti, P mi.'i a PI.>rW. T..y Oas .n. n
Recent Birth Walter. Wig;:Ins. Hubert Brown 1 '3 yard lie a1.1. as Lenholt v. Italkle.j Rites ThursdayFor i, inhlinnan n Hupp, II. r .HnrlivKit ,,11i.w:t KX'-baniti': ntulldlnit., .l"< ,
: 2--N. Hiarkf, .-.inviJI. Florida and fun tin ,,rlKh'
Ind Nu '
Meet ball fli Into uir "i Icon i
Tornadoes the
tan : Mr and MM. Richard" Ray an were weekend guests of Mr and but a teammate, who was on the K William. Nat WllllumBKIIII..II Court on or before the "ih
I. 1\I I Xtark'! d..r Novemher ltd; oiherwln. 1
ground nearby re-caught It. Perkins Victim :. I'r.'i net Nn 3-H tin
flounce the birth of a son Vernon Mr Cecil Sewell and. attendedthe Heart Attack "I.k. PT.. BrldneK.K allHKiitluna uf Ha Id Complaint will
I R. K Oemnrpat
Richard Ray Jr.. on Sunday at St. I football game In Gulnuavllla Palatka lost six yards on a pitchout :. n. Jones, A. I>. rronby.Kloctlon .be taken as conr..aacd by you iii :

Vincent'. Hospital, Jacksonville.! Saturday evening. { Tonight and Lenholt punted to McRae who Funeral services were conducted Vroc net No. 4_1 nit ha its, This notice shall b. pulllih dHappy
took It on hla 40 yard line and returned Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock 'George" PI"ra, ('....k. John McKlnnov. o ,

] (Continued from page one) It to the Seabreeze 4 T. .Henry ,'v.l. John Riirrency.
I for John Harwood Redgn ,. 40 Rlpcllon Pro*lnct No. 5-Hampton
Johns picked up four yards over U .r. Wynn Clerk, K H. WattorRon. .
I Z who died suddenly Tuesday night f John To
Mra. M Hwoeney Have
The look .HHnl In
Tormvlomi p<> "in right tackle. Teaton gained six You
__ I of the hull on the Samlrrab 11 the same place and McRae carried I I' In a local drug store as the result Kloctlon: Prerlnrt No. <-Th.C. .,......",

FOR RALP-Alrswberry: |plantx l. "o.t. HA1.IO-' '' yi old polled lion yard marker and John. /gained. for no gain. Johns went back into |' of a heart attack. Rev Thomas O. W, / Hlblov. Clerk. Adam 1..1..v.|
ford bull. J. J). Whlt HI. 2 Hoi 1 four through the left Hide of but left i Mra. J. P. pk-klnaoli Mra, f H.
Inrir healthy with whit root punt formation ran his Mitchell was In charge of the serve :c'orhrane.Klortlnn. Locate
About aa nk- root a* |n"| run- 71, Mturko UpKolt the line Traton carried In
nora |4 par LOn, K K. YVimilln over end for 12 yards and a first down. ice which was held In the First. ProHnrt *'". 1-N;.wRlvrr Starke
mope North Waldo. ftp 10111 HAI.H-.Hiuall modern, cottage rlhttua..1/ / to the Scaltrrew two I M. I. Johna, Clerk Reddish I
for uoupl Thru rooma, and bath, I y.rdI./ .... and on the next play' Teuton. found right tackle lacking ( Methodist Church with Interment Andreas, .Frank, Tomllnaan, Jay

'VVANTK1).-rouns- or ml"l<11.i aicedmuplo lrtifurnlMhud.: : H mlle on i'alatkaIllichway John carried over left tackle' as he list a yard but ran In the family plot In Crosby Lake Moody .
I ..
to Kharo, lurvo aimrtmint.Inqulr I. K. lip Kloctlon' Prertnrt No. a-IIrnnk. .
lit Kiich'a Drug Htore. tip for the wore. ,'...k..r'* kirkwan through renter on the next play Cemetery U 3. (Baud) Crowa. .Clerk .1. W.
FOR HAI.IC Five 700-17 Rood unodllro. good and be Tornadoes Iwo for three Teaton'. paaa to the Kelly Howard PoiiKlaa. R. T. ,
BABY BITTINO! hy oomp.t.nt por- and tub.... Cheap. A. t>. It Is reported that Mr. Red. Stewart.Tho.
Marlin N. Temple Av. Itp 70. left flat WaR incomplete I
Phono Up
son ns.w. grave had had some previous attacks TTonrd of Pulilli/ Inatrurtlon x
Bradford County Florida.
BF.WINtI-W..men' and chlldron'a Ll.l.eMAN' WA1TKIIKXCKLLKNT forman Parker kicked to Benner on the Forsythe lost a yard In the center and had .left his home on loll| 6t 1112|

1 ,'InlhlnIt..n..hly prlred.. MreRotten OPPOKTHWITY consumerswith : Seabreeze 20 and he brought It of the line and on the next play Laura Street about _
N. with car to supply Tuesday night NOTirR TO APPK4Rfttrmtt
Onwlln.uhdlvl.lon.Ht.' lip over luo household. products. I bark out 0 yard. where he wan Ed Parker moved In fast to recover to Cart. Bradford Cmntr.i .
In Bradford. .County. sup work.her tackled hard by Vernon Underbill. Perkins' fumble. 8 o'clock to have some prescriptions r .. ".. lit CkMNevry.Phnrloa .
for others, rTt your own bona filled. While waiting on thedruggist Capraro. Plnlntlff.' I1
FOR TIB.VT: _tr>ro hiilldlnK' lIHh 'Iliiilil youmelf. a fuiair. In a hue l* Forsythe gained a yard on a Johns tried right guard for three he fell hitting his headon Mary Patricia Caprsro. Defendant.
Ho. Brown. tin lelU| .
at. Fats handicap
IN nn pltchout around his
age right end
noun the
yards but he was stopped at Case No. 8707ifl
Writ Ilawlolnh'a. 'Uopt.. a marble slab and was pro ....... .
1"AJ1'1 1 Benner attempted a flat that ill. <*o> Tai A"
.. pang line of scrimmage on the next "t
HOl'HK TnA n.:1r..r pa let II ft.v JI8. 'nounced dead upon arrival of a To Marr Pmrlrln Taprnro, who..
..ll oiiulupod. I'rlro InfiO fall wa* Incomplete and Perkins ran play as. his timing was thrown off I roaldonr In: BrlKadloro flroomaPottasro
Now Molhoil rioanCoix ,.... All Mi>4rl* doc tor. The Fire Department
Oroon at All the
Mr.rc. lip .....0........ eb.rgeN ............ right end for 13 yards but It by a bad pass from center. On ( hurried to the scene with a respirator Borden llnrnpuhlro. Knir.
II A". C'. XIIKI'IIKIIIITIKI : wan called back when both teams next Teston all landYou .
( the play ran ov..rthe
Ira hereby noflflod Ihnf
but their efforts revive a
,'... zit: to
>RtOn IIKI..P-Man and woman / W. < nil l. entree were offxlilea. Bennvr's pans.. to right tackle for 23 yard. and snit for Dlvori'e. ouatodv of minor' .
I for malntonatir work. NOWKlna Riley In the right flat was no him were In vain. Children otc haa .heel fllodaitalnat
Wll.r. "\111.1. OR HWAI' pond farm the second Tornado toudtdown.Parker'a (I
f I-i-ni'h tf
loy In the above
; Ho was of the Sea- yon named
with paatur. fonroN. rnrn crop good and Lenholt 'kicked out of an employee Court and and .
extra point attempt waariln rauae you are roolIul..et
toola, irood Kontln mule, all hoard Airline and had .
plow bound Railway
I WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY TAKFISII on the Tornado 40 yard to Borvo a copy nf your an
mil aoulhHtark and the Tornadoes led
-- up. Ordora taken lit Pahninr, lurliidod Cheap, tins MraN line. i good been with them for many years. ewer or nloadlnir to the rmmplninten
rallroiid I
fl-J.. If by Peggy 140. I tho Fl.lnilff. .
lift Hhopps. Rvnn
.vnVarron. Htnrko. rip 11"'2S Teston bin |, He was currently serving as :
own right
\ Marhlna Compuny I I Parker kicked off to Riley who i'engineer on "Peggy" the train I H. C. WALL
GINGER BEWIVfl: ,'on 9AT.F1-Pour acroa wllh tnrit fOnd for three yards McGee got I AGENCY
Take City, Flu inarhlno, Phone In nun tiptop 6-room h.."..*. 3 b'drooma, hnth, two on an end around play to the' caught the ball on his 10 yard line I which runs between Starke and W. .C.TRUORORRiETY
I .
? will ropulr your rnnvonlpnrcji, ncpoonwdfront
t condition ronwonalila. W* nil modern porrh' a ml. nat of Rtarko left aide and Rowe gathered a yardon and returned to his own 33. For- I Bell.He

1 t far nan aorvlro.only I genuine rum will Hlniror pick up part"and on old. Klnffctoy. Lake road Prlred.' a. quarterback sneak. Thomas sythe's pass to Lenholt was good was a member of the Brotherhood ltnirallnsurallre

delivery ...rvlo'. upon rmiuoai.N for quick, anlo fall Tolo. ...rnphTArUNrl ''loora atTtradfnrd punted to Forxythe on the Sea. of Railway Trainmen and AND SELF CONTROL
fnuntv for four and Perkins'
.*v Monger inarhlnoa ar. avail- breeze 20 yard line where he wa yards pitch- of the Starke Lions Club. ARE TilE FOUNDATIONS
chin on renennpbin. tnrnm ORnKllH for Maryland. out to Riley was good for 24 yardp OF DEMOCRACY.
tackled three Tornadoes .
wollvrrown by Survivors besides his wife Carolyn -, Phone 146
FOR NAI.H-no...r ferrule, Am... grown Hlrawhorry troafod lanH.pliintn tree fromdlHraiin I around his right end. Perkins Hutto Redgrave include his (SIGNAL PRESS.) Starke, FlJ
} old., beautiful. roil, faun rlmmplonM and Inaoclii' well/ rooted. I'erklnn ran hla right end for handed off to Riley who ran left father and
mother. Mr. and Mrs.
I <. id llni>..-Mm. W.I.Koyatnnw. 1Vrrv.Putnam 2911: lilnnta' true to nam0. 2R In ahip'ule :SH yards, but on the next play I end for 12 yards and on the next I I A. W Redgrave
11 Hall. phono MlHHlonary T-tlackmor ; one daughter,
, and Klondvko. Alao. nw varl..llaMavtlmo the vlaltorit fumbled and John. snap of the ball ran the same play I Cheri Redgrave; one son, John
I I and TonnwaMH Hhlpnor, wan. In font to mover The around his right end for three
curly Hrarlolt lloanlv and' IIFDItinil. : ToniHiloe Redgrave Jr.; one step oe .
FOIl SAMOil: RENT ; gained ponncnHlunof more yards. That was the end of
mld-aoaaon.. Hiiiriroat' you, son, Wayne S. Klnney: ; 'and three
ON| >n Sunday. 2 To S. 1'1tC. Pay try out jiiHt n few of pnrli of thopavnrt the ball on their own 40 the third quarter. Misters Mrs Carl Johns Mrs. Ed
i *tloa Not more than fifty11)D yard l line at I the first quarter
17 I mrnfa 23JU: 1110.Owner Ilirir to any nn* pwrnon. .n..I., Seabreeze"' broke Into the scnr Torode and Mrs. J. A, Martinez.
Will h. at Magnolia 000
on I'mnlnrs hop It to IJIh Arthur Pilmmolt Ing column nn the next play On Serving as pallbearers were L.

4 803: lAPAYKTTKlTMATKn ': 140> N. K. 4th. Av"., Polrny. Hparh, A pltchout from Crawford to a |papa from Foraythe to enholl. F. Plnklns. O. L. Llnsln. S. E.

Yl 1 Fla tin ininIIOMR McRae was /good for two yarda Kaymond' extra point attempt Simmons. Adolph Gay J. M. Ed-

i CF.IITRAr.I.T; -I utory. g.apartmont J.AI'-InRT-WA..hln.: and around the left end and Teuton wan no good and the Tornadoe wards, Charley E. Johns W. D.

hoiiao. end vacant lot Irnnlna I 11th and Ornnit fit Mra. ran seven yard off left tackle for Mundy and John A. Tor..le.tl'l'I .
t adjoining, ..r. rlurko and Jack .1 A. Howard ItpHAM" lead ua cut to "-6. !
noil Pit. Imhlnd Flrat IlaptlHtChurch. 26 yards to the Senbreeza 31 yard, g
I Now rented ,YIIO yearly poOIt u !--Flv* room hoii<.. with stripe. McRae got seven yards off Raymond kicked off to McRae The% tiirnrd. ( H: of OF Public.-t.aIllII" .
J. I. Kraaoe, I02S K. Liberty Rt. fiirnlfiiro If doMlrprir1 Inntrtirtloni
I Bo. Norfolk ,.... 41 tOMtR hnth('. Pom ramp, (ISO North OhurrhRt. left tackle but on the next play who took the ball on his own 10 > Ion Itt'iitffort ('..onl,.. Kl<>rl"'". hereby l BIQ x s

I WANT niHTnintironfl to n..nMlrhlKiin tip loll' the center was. too high there was yard line and ran It back to the 1.I"'II..n: and' to vIvpM l be hfNJ notice on of n Tunnrlav Hppehil', I6g ,

tVnl. Nntura'a linnet "AltTIAI.I.V KI'RVIHIIKn. : Apnrlniont a fumble and the Tornadoes lost Tornado 38. Seabreeze was pen November' fl, 1951 I In K|m-lnl Tux' I"C
soil bill hi..... Pit up In attrartlvarofproof for ront Praxp ITniioo ho 11 yards. On the fourth down with alized 19 yards on the play for .Hrhool Mntrlrt Number I or Bradford .
...* i\mntv P1|orlilK.'. the boundaries SrARKEI
PiA. find FMaatle llnodhasa. hind Plrat Tlaptlat Church I3!> porrruinlh. .
: Hold hv Hood.' Food, Hard- A. ,1. Thoniaa, Jr., Admin. 14 yards to go Johns. punted into clipping and It was first and 10 nf the mi lit Ht"Hnl Tax Hchool Dl..
\I war: and Drpnrinent, Htoroa. A1no < t I.Irntnr 4t/ le'10ATTflArTrvn tile Seabreeze end zone and they for the Tornadoes on the Seabreeze trlft Number t bring e".I.nolv.with *
Klorlata the luiiindiirleit nf th.
nnd Nuraorvmon
A 1.0 hy sold. loaded In Carload Iota, nowlv done aver fur.laho't took possession of the ball on their 48. fin |iri.Hrrlhff1 hy R"rtlfMi rnunty 2l03t.: .

,"I by frla-ht to 'lar.. arowora.. Try naifmoni for ro.*f Ornrtvoirroo. own 20.Benner, tli. >rlili, HtntntK, I I"4I, an amended
", .>..m. m'>*ed with Chotnlral fortllli. ..i. i..t Pinrk ttr*** $%O Johns gained a yard over left hv rhiipter 2T72H.: Law nf KloH.tu. have added a new''
.r and wator. Put H a pint under ... month A. J. Thn"'... Tt, passed over center to tackle Teston 'lost a yard on th. fit? Sntfl' elHCtlon' to b# hM at Sign Depart
1 ..arh pliint of Htrnnliorry, Poppor. ..... u. tmaTTMIiciTAI I the uniiHl iinttlnMT plii.'. In vnrh vr tIntt -
, I I' Rig Pbint." Tomato., etc. I eel T.enholt but It was Incomplete and I right end and after McRa.e gained prfflnct. In .ald) | county for the for the
," foil ""01' t' D'lt.i" Johns piippftn of rlrtlnif following type sign u'ork .
1 von --- 1.1.110 nn the second play Alvarez and five punted to Lenholt on : thrt* trtmt ** .
.. PRISFO "'ITH TflP KHt'J.T". mincii the pul |TI l<* m-hooln ... *. .
,, 1 AtlTHI'R ni'MMBTT. 881 H,. M \ Ave? Dolrnv. '''.rh, FI" roproontln pnnQT1 TMITVTFIK Forsythe for. a six yard loss. For. ran It back to his own 22.Perklne .plMrlrr' N". 1 I. pinch of the lhr*e 0
.. Mlrllin\N PK \T. inn *riiMt*>iH shall h. elected hv the SHOW CARDS 0 GOLD LEAF o TRUCK LETTERS\!
I .
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t SOT Fifth". Ave, Mow York Id. N T f' *' n". ron |I.. ",,-.1. Mn sythe ran his right end for two picked five nunHrioil lprnrn' of AM. rourttv.,, .
, \ yard
} T cancel to ho ,at fn.;nnln I lintel). A mniti -l>iv .Melpt.tlnn up hat t nr more than
., yard and Lenholt kicked to McRaeOn one trttNtp. nJin 11
Rlarko.. Pin.. o..tI\ to lllh on ir' H. TAI 'it fitii. < ., 'IA Availntil arirunil hl. right end but on the Coolie. from nnv one rreld.nre din O BULLETINS 0 BANNERS O WALL LETTER! !
f lip fell ,,* for lens.* an Its rntnplefin.Arepptcd the /BO yard marker where he nest play, Earl Alvarez via In trt.-t/ for which n County Flonnl .
appllrant will reeplve ,
t was dropped Immediately. mnilt* r In n"'h.d, I hv luw '
thorough tr.lnlnwith pay.( ,...r"taUnn feet. to recover a Seabreeie humble 1 n*rwnmn. qtirttfif. The' O 0
I WANTKIi: -Kind r'hrlntlnn horn forhlorlv > hold| nifh off PICTORIAL 0 FLUORESCENT
>inent At enmpany'ec.p.n. ..
.. ninnnirf | and hn receive
man partially paralvvori, Teston carried the gr-elect
.. whouM Over right .
Kiirnlnvt e. numhpp
of vntn .
month for
ran pnv inn a pomplot for pl* rHon
.. ....d M.Ono nnniiiillv wllh n inln tackle' for ..f .
ram. P. O. Dnx 111I'I1..k.' five yard and Shawplc.k. |* rt tn tht* llmlttt
of 14.R nil. Art With the Tornadoes In .i.. .1lnrnrcrih.. *
,1\ !in im I inn in 'Invoul mint .... another five possession n rt nht'vi., NhallCot. IM-TV*
drrwn Inquli'lun Hun Oil Co., I*. O. up through/ of the ball on the Sandrrab I"" nnlna Iwo veer. n. fps,_ .
'; 1:1.1':1..11I IUP'RIO ItRATOn8 KBPAIRKD Ifojt M8. Juck.onvHlH. Fla. It renter' but an offside* penalty 23: Johns picked two tooo for ...ldR.I.. ; rilatrlct.'; ; ;: The
up yard
-All '""k.... low price. brought Ute ball back to the 50. "illlnro' for the ennulnv hlonhhii'
Fro ...ttr"...... W <"*. Jonoa, all Tf FOIL' 'Itra.VTn 'nr'N furnUhed rotlnv over right tackle Te ton's ,pas I fop an Id Special Tin Kchool OI..
I "'Htatlon ..'.....011. state FarniorMMarket. ., Klnwelry. f.aks. Inquire" Aim Martin wa stopped for no
I,,.l 4lp 1DI1I Ju0 Jlnov.r. Church 8t. Ito 10111| yard over. left and tackle John, punted Rowe to lout the at ton /gained three over' right--guardon .on. and proacrlhoii determined hv lw at the The Ninto Count1 time. :

Hoard of
the next play. Johns carriedfor Public tuntriictlon. In ai .
Meabreeze three yard. line where porddneo with! the provlolooa o'
three more but It
IVrklii gathered It In and ran enoughfor "ctlon 2 O.23 1121 I ) (a I. Florldn
a first down and the :Sand-:; School taiwa. 114A. has dolermlnod,
It back to the Meubreeze 22. crab. took possession of the ball that tho %nilnlmiiiTi' mtllrivo .......
: We Wish To The meet for the enoitlna biennium for
Congratulate Riley fumbled a lateral from on down. tho support and ninlntonnncp or

Forsythe for a 20 yard loss on the Perkins ran left end but therewas all auld,tho dlHtrlft' nutilir to aclioolii b.: within the g&Fo

play but Perkins picked up nine a penalty for backfield In Dlarrlcr. Nrt. t Current Schoo r ,

yards on the next play over cen motion and Seabreeze was setback Find ft Mllla.Iilatrlft P'
No. t totltdlna-. Flila R..
Big Dad Manufacturing Co. ter. Lenholt punted to his own 43 five yards. Forsythe carried scrip 1"a! 1I11...

yard line where the ball bounced over center for three yards. For. "l'tlnntheln' eIcrh .. of h votling' anld
of tile
I, away from McRae and rolled dead. sythe dropped back to pass on the Incta' of tho County, the followlna proi

A clipping penalty was called on next play but the ball flipped out orUa and l".noctorH ore npoolntodFTIoctlon ,-

And Its Employees the Tornadoes ,on the play, how of his hands as he went down and Proclnct N... I-r. wtoy. H

ever and the ball was brought Arnold Smith recovered for the .vhr'h
Tornadoes. DO VOL' K. ().W ABOl'TROACHES
back the
to Seabreeze 28. Perkins' I .
Y. ,
{ pass was no good and Lenholt Teuton ran right tackle for ?
punted out of bounds on the Tor.
9 .
two .
yards, Johns failed to /gain RY2fJOOR
nado 28 yard line. 1 When you fight ronrh. you Auto
and BUS fumbled try
on the next .
r The first half ended with neither I 10 set rid IIr u lien. all, not Juttt
|play with Seabreeze reroterlng/ kill the few that yuu pen hit
I team scoring again as they exchanged their with uprtty. "r duct or that .
We Appreciate the Splendid Patronage on onto two yard line.Dick .
r / possession of the ball Into a powder by Mitcldttnt.K3D REFR'

) .. several times at midfield. RAro
Forsythe took a pitchout R

: \We Have Already Received From YouStarling's Parker kicked off to Benner on the ni...t play ran around hla

who gathered the ball In on his left end and then sprinted, down ROACH KILLER

r own 10 yard line and returned It the far sideline for a 9S yard run IS II IFF K: KENT

I 2j) yards to his 30. Perkins ran and the Sandcrab's second ItoHchwa eat It btfcaiiaM they like .here at !
his left end for nine yards but his down. Benner tried to touch-I. It. They dry up and die. Huf tn .
pa uae. ;Non-polaonoua,
e and
teammates were offsides and the the extra point but It was Intercepted p..t.

r Sandorabs drew a five. yard penal by Jimmy Rowe. 15c and 25c Pkgs. Lowest Pii! |

ty. Forsythe's pass to Lenholt wa That ended the scoring for the

/good for nine yards but It was cal night as the remainder of the a i

I Grocery and Market led an Illegal pass and Seabreeze game saw both teams gain possession Sistrunk Feed and -- -- =- Ever Offers B

drew another five yard penalty. of the ball and"stall for

Foraytha passed to Lenholt on the tin'" .. with running plays. i( Seed Co. PHIICO' a"-8 Isob' .

I Joe S. Starling & Employees Chief Of Veterans Direct Loan Section Mfg.!STARKE.by :Mt-Phall FLORID ProtlurttOrUn Imo'l-.J l r, you 1951: want rsfrW"1 noW. **de

Doe .. Autos
I 'I
WillBe Guest Speaker At Legion MeetingC. . n.. ,. francThere', Dater td!

J L; it for fostur-:

W. Henry Jr., Chief Direct I the new Direct Loan for Home I, x' I 1- at its price! Sot

1 Loan Section of the Jacksonville Construction Law _
recently 1-
Veterans Administration Office I by Congress and now paM..ell\\ ... a e N.Psc D.,." .,..,.....

WELCOMEAnd will bet the principal speaker at the ministered' by the .. .. e Ivllt-l. Z.. It..

local American Legion ,meet,,ig I ministration. He will be availablefor I .rr yYDy ANw1.W

next Tuesday night. questioning/ on the working I + y e Nye. D.Yhi1 U/red;
Mr. Henry has charge of all of this law following his talk.

Direct O. I. Housing, Loans madeIn Commander A. Y. -
Best.Vishes\ To Covl.ngtop r I Irt
the State of Florida with the has extended an Invitation to si'I ?

exception of those made In the Legionnaires. and Veterans Ir r '

ten southern' counties which are Starke and Bradford County tc

directed from the VA's Miami attend this Important Lcglor p{

office. Meeting next Tuesday night at t

The speaker's aubfect will b"Mot'gan o'clock In the Legion Hall.

Co Elected '"T'C''' Tn .PPPiOR

I to t'Irrwir C..t.. ............ ..*..<..
rtwvMat In f fcanp.r*.
Vice PresidentOf Manrtcp .lamoa Ti.th. Plaintiff{ va ri.i
Dorothv. Ann Toth. nefonilunt,
FEA District (",u. No. tilt 1 I rrllico IIS
Ya/l.. Ta Sap.... I Our

H. P. Morgan. superintendentof ,Monpe Ti:: tfeirothr U AI Ann Vlnronff I Toth. a hoe:::t.. I Bum Also "-I

Public Instruction In Bradford Harrlann' Woatrhoatvr County. New available in

County District, was Three elected of vice the presidentof Florida I cult York Ton for are Plvorpn hereby and notified m..... ..that..'..tnet,a.., Policy pays for 1O and 12 cu. f r. sizes othpdoer del.: Isi pass'Ce ''

Educational and control of minor child haa noon -
In Lake rio. etalnat' toll In the above named what Chaos th.sis.to flt
your need
Pity, Monday. I Court. and pan. and yon art 1'.. JL9 stolen or
He was elected president of the nulrpil to carve a copy fI' ynnr asawop it now-pay a*you ua*it oaMsgTs
BLUE SUNOCA DEALERFor or nteaillnc tn the eomntatnt
district during the morning meetIng on th. "",Inti"'. Attorney". Rvan: 214.95
T Kvana: end Noal, n Kvann: IP In:* destroyed.
but the
was thrown out
A Quarter Century Tar niillfllna. Jnckonvltto.. TMMrMn ,aIlCO
by the nominating committee with and flu th. original I In th. offl.<-. of
th.' Clark. of the circuit' Court Charley E. John
Ili-Test Gas At The Price of Regular the statement that the vote had or before the. Ilk list of !Vovomher
IM ntherwlao the allocation
t been too close ((191-186)) The said Complaint will b. taken .. confeaaoit nf- Agency

committee called for a secret bal. Tnla by notice you. .11"!" hii "'- IS 8TABKC. FLA.

W. A. STERNU. lot In the early part of the afternoon once ....h week foe four Cnaeee.uty.liiiMlaftoif| C. H. Supp

meeting and Morgan was wooka tr'ni.d. In the Bradford County Tot, Nasworthy General

S. 301 & State ltd. 200 Starke, Fla. I I defeated by the supervising principal IMI. thla tth Sty of O.'t. ih.... ...

of the Live Oak schools. OFFU-M', "FMM: e 3 Thorn. .., ....*
I Circuit Court PHONE 198fr' STARE
Myrtle TkDaav.r
By f> rh.* 'iprmiKina THt TRAvtlL[".. Hartfoe
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