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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t .' CITY ELECTION TUESDAY TABBED'

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It."i f> ,\. 1.600 voters in the city of Starke will go to the Sets New School
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poll: Record
..'.j'!1, J-.!", 't''Io.' .4p .- ',- -- n_. Tuesday. Sept. 9, to elect_three'_ men for the City CounCIL -


I Besides a few corner huddles. time.
while
Hazen and Lewis have Opening day enrollment at BuS and st'hc.. t\|
olenu'iitarx
with prospective .voters the five been : v-Mt: :>k\high! TIU'MJUX.
on the Council \t
f .. candidates for the three council]!I H. G. (Buddy ) Bishop for two chairman terms ]1.516 students marched t tll' cla.sse.s for the l'ir-t! : day d" srht! >"''I! I(t't t the l ID'c'-Vi: : :: year.
The
1 enrollment
t posts tops last Vtal' > ngiiffs !hy 124:! ttitlt'ius.t \! ardt.'t
are carrying on a quiet of the present City : : a flt'\\ CoUflti
Council i I
not
is I uring the
1951
I i campaign. I running for re-election ahe was (('I'm. 1.:192: student w'ere regish're h

'.c \ot.ng will be in the City Hall ;! nominated '2'uuntCommibloner 1 i nin-ipai} i.- s rartini i ,
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', .,-"I(.. .....' .... _,' I,. and the polls will be open between'!! in the Democratic primary last Parishioners j Chip In To Build Hampton student registered in the "d' i
t.I
: ry school
7am :
,. ;.J and 7 pm. May, virtually assuring him the and 690 i is ::
< h. 111.
These
Absentee voting for 1 compare \\ :t t'> '
the ,
qualified job.The

,...bb -- 'a4 eieors planning to be out of the :', Candidates and thl'ilI" 11- Pastorium' For First Baptist Church (Ptctun' On Page XI1 >

: ,p cuand aWaY from the polls pations: Hazen is a State Roa.l' l lit ,
tJ '
T. Tuesday be partment employee; Lewi.is : "'.-1! totals of .
r may accomplished bj d 794 in -k'> ,
w_ L ," 'j ... ... ,_ .: -. coming by the City Hall. Last member of The Telegraph .-,:,t"! i :)94! in high school
_____ ___ .. .. y ; :Moore
'-' i is i
time to vote absentee ballot will operator of the .'HI"i( Ill: ( I g the elemental .
Polaroid 1-Mlnute I'hotos by the Telegraph- -
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be o p.m., Monday, Sept. 8. station. Lawson is associat kvith ,ients were 160 first ,
Four M-enes from the busy actixity on Camp i right, workmen in utilities are lading part of then : the Lawson Cold 'ther t s: i it i-'
Ini-umbents James A. Lewis and' Storage and record high for hey: ,
BUnding as it goes through its rehabilitation program miles of sewer and water mains in the multi- Meat Packing market and 1952 "
Lucian : Fa-: senior ,
O. Hazen are challengedby class had :..; .
million dollar\ project; and bottom right, 1:. W. monl is an insurance I. i : '1 S -
are: top kit. Candy Dancer xxorking on rail ; G. Paul Raymond, Ewt-11 Law- .i.iir jn while the prt'St'ntl.1'111". .
Ru\\ lanti, project f'ngin'rithllut( hat) looks town. "' : class .
on .
spur, to be completed' Oct. 15; bottom Ifft telephone i :on. and James T. (Jimmy) totals 100 st lid
progress report with utility boss W. I). Owens in Moore. No matter who you're' t, .i her feather in the re.t i ii >
and telegraph building; ,.rarl finished; top ,
) \ hit. suit- Officials i ie increase
Urged > .
qualified nf g > .
i The last three named v.ii t-i p" r "
are entering -
go out and vote In Tue.sdd .,1.! 'ent was felt most .
the city race for the first t tion. i

Lawtey Negro's Capture Clears Up 1,599 X-Rays Given were grade reported where some

In County By Unit, I T. K. McClane Jr., Co. Agent For 1 tin said they might .1.


Series Of Breaking, Entering CasesJoseph :I! A 402 Decrease '17 Years Resigns Effective Oct. 7 1.1T. .5 1 I.j'the the to get overload ox-erflow.another} but Allot t.I. ..a.h.ti'.
The State
I Board of Health K. :McClane: .Ii" County Agentn < "" brought by the unc\-..
Mobile unit has left CountCattleman's .
Perkins, 15-year-ola who he claims were with him at Bradford i Bradford County for the ; A s" a' oneo"t'tary I Iment was a short u.-
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County( but not before past ( : to the Board ,..- .
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giving 17\ Sm( >e> nks for
Lawtey negro who entered a white various break-ins in the La'lt.yarea. 1.599 blood tests years. resigned Tuesday: to accept visor. Bradford certain gra'lfScliool -
and Counti
last 1 X-rays tc the i -is 1' Lunrhex,
woman's home in Lawtey position of Executive( ?0c
( 1 1.893 persons 15-year-old and serration District Men .. 1 '
Aug. 23 with the intent of rape :,(I Hanging from 14 to 16 years of'age Vice-President of the Florida ; : h"r hi BUS principal i"".
the insti- ''' I|over, j I Farm Boy Scout Committee:: and a i It't j | ..I 1 lunches '
emerged this week as the five negro boys faced' ,j Bureau Federation with which h.i\ !"
The ber of the
| X-ray record shows Bradford .
gator of a series of nine unsolved ( Juvenile! Court Judge E. K. Per- I c:I marked decrease ai i headquarters, in Winter Park. He Committee. Countx < -\1"dren's .P uar .ij M'nute Ph"> '>v .. i nts for many ye-n
.breaking and entering cased: in th-j ryman Wednesday morning and since the lastjs;; i expected to begin his work with He 11ad': \ L( \I.t> )t"Mlaised I to 20 cents Uut
irce' I i'time the unit came to the county I' served as President of the !Florida > ::1:1:\
olnnteer
committed stern lecture thisorganization laln.r in the per cent boorI'artln
Lawtey area were given a about; October 1. form ot ( left to
| righi i
) Otto hit ks
i in ,
1949 when 2.293: Agricultural sr., It.\; .
t 1951. I their persons persons Farmers Extension WorkI, J Itu"l (ira ", O'lo explai ..t
September of conduct. The boys were and business men alike ers Association. ) Hicks, Jr., Earl ('11\, (Kcar MiC if't', and WA.. thteria
were X-rayed. (iodi
I did
They not
State's Attorney T d. Duncan turned over to their parents' cus- |;j ;' will regret to see :Mr.: McClanr I |I j uin are MHIIP of the Hampton Firsl H.iptist i last year $1 .sothey >
I offer| the blood tests at that time Mr. rongregation that
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....111 ask for conviction of the tody, and warned not to get into' ;i Broken down ', ]leave because he has been a vita' i I McClane spent 61 month ing I Kev.: (i ray get hi> new" fi\('-moth pn"t by in his
stopping
;young negro on Us attemptetiTape any, more trouble. points factor in the agricultural growtl' country'sservice during the same this year as i':. res. '.

charge, nine cornta of pet- The Lawtey negro is in the ,!|..tests the; list and of the number. of'bl od of) Bradford Count. Some farm I. last war. with nearly two years'service The popular and ell-liked Rev. ulence, slowl gees up. with the 1 much too low.

ty larceny, and one grar-1 larcen} county jail awaiting sentence. HeL; X-rays per stop are: eawtev141 ]r* )recalled yesterday in conversation overseas in the Pacific Bob Gray, pastor of the First entire labor being furnished The self-supporting cafe' < >

charge crimes Perkins has ad- was caught a few hours after he | and 174 ; Starke-l.OlP that there was only one registered Theatre. He was for 18 month ,, Baptist Church of Hampton is members of the congregation. by.ceives six cents per plate f r""
and
mltted since his capture last week. | ,entered the home of the Lawtey 1.231 : Brooker-14t and 161 : bull in Bradford County an instructor in Military tactics at seeing his dream come true. The house will cost j I Federal Gox-erment undo I
only $4.500'
One count of petty larceny: is in""housewife, with the intent of rape'land j Harrpton-lol 121 and 175: Reno-112 when :McClane: arrived 17 yearTgo. I| Field Artillery "hool. His overseas ,' Four years ago the handsome 1 but without the aid of"oluntt'er, Federal Reimbursement Pli"
and Lincoln
connection with the entering of the about 12:15: a.m., Aug. 28. "j : : City-29 a'a and now von can hardly sel' I Illf service was as a Lt. Colone1 minister was studillgfor the pul-11,i I labor. it would have cost 8500.' coupled with the 20 cents f.t."I"| ,

woman's home. I Shortly after in the county jail, I a cattleman a herd bull unless it Field Artillery. commanding pit' at Stetson University in De1 I,t 1 Rev. Gray points out. charge the cafeteria will K: r.-

The Sheriff's office said 1'erh e recorded his confession with I is registered: The agricultura' 1 the 138th Field Artillery Battalion l land and on weekends came tc.: lie j I cents. Prices on foodstuff-! r

JdW case which would usually I be Deputy Sheriff Cecil L. Sewell. !I U.City Council NamesNew progress has been remarkable: I lof the SNt Infantry Division and Hampton to preach in the church :,I i I and boss sass will that be some working 30-35 in men different (I equipment and has gone '. >

handled In. UM Juvenile' Court, was Breaking and entering crimes especially in improved pastures was seperated with that rank. He that was built in 1S91. I f crews constructing the onestoiy added.
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certified from the Juvenile ccurt : 'which Perkins admitted to this up-breeding of cattle- and hogs I took: a voluntary doable demotior His congregation then hail some I home. Each will have The cafeteria served sonif \.

the Circuit Court Wed- ,week are: Lawtey school new varieties! of to Captain to assume command of 25' members. crew meala Tuesday but
negro and ;
.docket to. ; J Traffic crops better i I la different phase of construction Willa1; /
'neof '1951-.and >lay of.1952;|] BHS farm and forestry practices. Pro- ,I Baiulion the Headquarters Company. 2nd Today with a congregation well ,tver one for the electrical work. through the lines average-t't.,
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Judge E. K. Perryman, because of: Ai nick Tompkins negro store) '- 'auction, of pasture, fortge. ant* : 121th Infantry here in ,' o'ISWrke 150 his goal of establishing I ;another for roofing etc. fJ'50 students per meal.

the serious nature of the crime. ;, .May: and July of 1952; Robert's]k l legume seed is also fast becoming' in 19i7. In 19H he war ', a solid foundation for his parish- Work on the structure. located Commenting on Tuesd.n n,'

It is expected Circuit Court: :Store Aug. 1 and Aug. 5, 1952; Cop\ Awards Bid an established business in thf I I elevated to Battalion Fkecutive i in Hampton is slowly being real j adjacent to the church began ginning:. the principal said ',d. ..'

Judge John A. Murphree will( Shuford's Service Station, Aug. 5; "c ounty. The friendly hard-woik- I Officer and last Feburary war i ized volunteer workers from I I Aug. 23. and Rev. Gray said he | thing:! looks mighty good 'rh '

deliver sentence sometime next L :and Sid Shuford's residence and The City Council met Tuesday i in i ? county agent has played a elevated) to Battalion Commander the congregation: construct the 1 hoped thy could move in by I first] graders. some bawling *

week in the Bradford County :Hubert E. Priest's residence the ,and: 1 named Cornelious :Moore: large' part in all of this progress 2nd Battalion. 124th Infantry witt- new $8,500( rectory for the min- t I J !NoI. 't they let go of their mother's apr 'i

Court House, as Perkins is plead-' ] of Aug. 28. j, to the Police Department: 2 C Old-timers will remember that rank of Lt. Colonel. Infantry, and 1 I ister i and his wife and) baby. In I The home will have i lsl rings to enter school am"

ing guilty, and has recorded a confession The latter two break-ins occurred :-: awarded the Jefferson St. widen- "Mac". as he is known to most I i is now serving in that position. j' 11)51.! the parishmen likewise con'structed and maple trim. corresponding shuttersst,I! 1 range and new surroundin-

with the Sheriffs office. the same night Perkins; ;( i ing job to the Burton Walker Con- i j folks trained and directed the Records in the County Agent' a Sunday School addi- j j I j generally! with the features on the fo r the first time, were settled .

Perkins faces a maximum penalty -' I broke in the white woman's home instruction Co. of Plant City; and I ISkayed hish-point 1-H judging team in I office show that during :Mr.: Me. t'urn and new front for the ch'lI'<'h -hnrrh. their new classrooms. The hue.ing. ,"

of 20 years on each petty lara;lnd the Priest break-in investiga-:' = an order for more police 1 F'lorida in 193S. This team waF Clane's tenure i in Bradford Countyhe I Each SaturflRnd whi-n tht The Building Committee is. comprised I completed last year I i- II

ceny charge of breaking and I jon showed the negro stole two., cap and coat badges. composed ofV.. II. Smith Jr. 1 received more than 31.000' of [parishioners: have -paie time dur | of the pastor. Frank Wil- I last word in modern school -
entering, and about a total of 220< wrist watches and a 32.20 cal. re- A. L Alvarez former Starke Loran Conner and Nelson Moore flee calls made 23.820 farm visits i ing the week the new five-room I hams .1 W Home. Emory Brown. and each room has .1 land >

yearj with the other charges. 'v'olver of Spanish make. The| 'hi"f:: of Police, resigned his job of with, W. H. Smith. Jr. copping the I vaccinated more than 2.;;0OOP subntban t\f p" fiame building, i Otto[ Hickn :Sr; Dan Johnson girls washroom.

During the week. Perkins named 1 Priest robbery was termed grand acting traffic director at the srold: medal for high point judge hogs, issued 42.000( bulletins. am' f IaIIlIt'if :a>. tn> niini'ti'r's rP I"oJ J. u J. HII P' t. The other elementary s ".

five negro teen-age accomplices 1 larceny. chool; crosswalk in front of BHS i in Florida. I prepared R64 news stories This students were in their seit; "

--- I I Ion Temple Ave. this week. Mayor ::'<[McClane stated that hr I sounds like a tremendous output Commissioners j ready for the nine month '
i i Defer Hampton Lake Tuesday, with little ronfusimAnd ,
l leaves Bradford !
NookieVainwright accepted the County with many for a county office. even for such"

Rain Hampers BHS Football Drills i icsignation, and among several ap- ,! sincere regrets and that Starkf a long period.In ) the high schoolers' \

plicants, recommended Moore toI' II a IntI Bradford County will always his letter of resignation! t If Fuss Name :t it t a college football rail .
Oct. 14
Election -tmients I t gathering in the f""j
the post. i I be "home" to him. his wife Wilma the County Commi sionel"s. M Managers ;
By unanimous zapproved md their three children Tom. Don.. -.t t.id'uni early Tuesday for .1-
Game Scrimmage Slated Sept. 12 vote the Council[ Clane stated: "Although I air
and Catherine. No plans for mov- 1111f 'III of home room tearhei -
Wainwright's
iccommen- j leaving Extension and Coiintx e.- I II" "! "!fl Lth. P'"p",1' !
,
dation Moore: will become the 'nthE': family to Winter Paikj| Agent work. I will still o'lllJIt'whdt with cheers and applause A '
be work A..ii'-d I it\-i th. l'-v\ At t.V /iiM \IIg: u-t session I the

Time and sunshine. j, quartered. the team bnlliantly last i 11 sixth member of the local -police. have been made at the present j ingfor the farmers of Florida J level of the lake dining the past t'onniiin.snmei.s asked both parties we Principal! them Partin back steppedltomne for ai nj-i ;. .'

These two elements are the .t'ar.11\ definitely miss the first f nd he will be on full time duty in'I time.Mr. i and Bradford County. It I:ive months. re-appealed their to wait until the annual hurricane year: .

answer to BHS head football j| game and possibly the second, 1 j front of BHS from 8 a.m. to 3:36: McClane has been very ac- I| been a real and genuine has'n I for a higher spillway in the rain* begin and then they would 1 Flake ev. L. D Haines.
tive in civic and pastitist "
Coach James Hobbs' woinw contest. Hobbs !Iu..J.He p.m.The I church affair? to serx-e you and the other finr ;! I II outlet during Tuesday's review the case However the Fir
I I here. He 'I I Baptist Church of Sic "
is chatter
that is. if he has enough of both did not practice with thebreak Walker Construction Co. a member an< I folks of the county for the past monthly meeting of the Bradford lake has not received much water; representing the Christian

With the local gridders rainei i during practice as slat('<*I outbid the Craggs Construction past president of the Rotary Chib: I ne arly 17 years and I will sin. | J Board of County Commissioners in many weeks. and the level is ste'n of Starke. the p

out of Tuesday's practice and the ,pieviou.sly. but was on the side 'Co. of Gainesville by $1,325.81 on'i [member past-teacher and adult I ce I rely miss your as-ociation anc1. The dispute between some of the the same. tin n. gave "'

boys "far from being in shape for i{ ]lilies and did not workout accoid. [ the widening of Jefferson St. between superintendent in the Baptist cooperation. I wish for Bradford home owners and Foster Shi Since the Stale Itoad DepartSmith Then the
I spirt that usual
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church ,
a ball game." Coach Hobbs will ,ing to Coach Hohbs' ordeis. I I N. Walnut and Temple Ave : member of Amerigar County and all its people the best ; who has'ast holdings. ( Continued i.n page 81 (Continued >
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step up the drill cadence in order ( Martin: is walking this week tc J!I However, the contract was held .Legion. Secretary to tin- flradfort'Rev. of everything: aNew long the lake Jrew in last I ..- on page

to make up for lost time 1 keep ills legs in shape. Hobbs up for re-negotiating: a new month's meeting when the same -

Tornadoes. wl.> finishe said. Another ; contract with the contractor. ( EISENHOWER FAILS TO
The
i injured pla>er re MacBlain/ legation' asked for the spillway DELIVER
third in the 1951 East Florida potted this week was Mike Clark j' The original contract called for l,> the lake to be raised 18 in. IN JACKSONVILLE '

Conference race behind Ketter ,one of the h'adiugl'ontrnden fur repaving the entue street and! New Some: hom.' owners claim they SPEECHAn

linus of St. Augustine. EH. guard., Hobbs said he would) be 1 widening it to the 40 ft margin Episcopal ...,,11 have t. build their docks outS ( Editorial

champ: for the past four years.J ,out for a week or two. (City officials hoped they could! i't'' "" 2oo feet further if theat.i )

and Sanford. meet Leesburg of the Boys shaping up well this weekas save money by just widening and Pastor, ArrivesRev \\ level iMi't raised while If Gem-fal Eisenhower want-s II, he el''( ted President of ;: I

Orange Belt Conference Sept. 19 the team ran through playr paving: th: five ft. margin on each Smith, claim-t hi> property, which United States hell have to show more stuff than he did in !'

in the opening tilt of the season. I I ,are: One \t.-Gt'f' 6 ft.. 170-poumi j 'side and leaving the pre ent paving Raymond E MarRMrn 11. K :sluwly i vn1 ei ting into pas. Jacksonville) \ speech Tuesday afternoon

And Coach Hobbs i U pretty concerned I endAaron Hutcheson and Zacki alone. >rewlv-apnointed rector of Ptarkev [tin- would be overflowed by such Obviously the General is what is known in
common
about the dark horse Lees Crawford. ]&: -pounI1 tickles:: I', City Clerk Carl Johns said it !Ft. :Mark's: Episcopal Church wil' :, Rev. as "a poor speaker. We won't hold that against him, for parlni th *. _

burg squad. Coiched by Eu Alvarez and Ned Pringle. the latter final would be a fedays before the deliver his first sermon there thif Voters UrgedTo are many good men srho are in the same boat with Gent'f" :

Stack, former -choolmat af a 5-pound guard; Ed Teaton contrai t could be worked out. Sunday. Eisenhower when it comes to
I making a speech .
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Actually, ti
of Horia
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Hobbs at the University I 1152-pound shifty halfback; am'j' i' The former rector of Apalachi- Register I often have more on the ball than j indicated by thirt

during the summer !session Sidney Jackson's blocking at';I 7953 DriVers 'i colas Episcopal Trinity Church! On on the stump. appearaT'
with
:
the Leesburg eleven brings quarterback. Hobbs pointed out [ moved here to relieve the Rev '
>ui
Ai! Bradford icp oenerni s speecn
County citizens 21 in jacKoonviije
,t medicore word but all of The EHS griddeis) Fred was of such pv _
a are getting Yerkes of his services ir.
!' Licenses On Sale v ,its r and older and not regi-teje'l quality that it must have been a sore disappointment
one man. to his
team except: reathto ,
last: year's offer their first intra i Starke and Raiford Prison. Rev S'li';;

Aided by the appearance of six; squad fllll- e: IE' scrimmage next, Ker. wss: of Florida iI i Yerkes will continue his; fielc1 thtfall election dor'( lead;: porters there. They turned out en mane, gave Ike a rousir.

more candidates. the squad roster Friday night: Sept. 12 at S on thf11't'1 licenses dragged this drivers work in this district. Church ti : ii. welcome and encouraged him with ahonts of "Give 'em bell
:
tuhls ome 55 men. Coach Hobbf: field with officials l underactual office of week in the I Because: if you do. maybe somt"I j And what did they get ? just a few more hastily a.s embl,"!
Bounty Judge r;. K Per- P.etacBlain:: and his wife
and Assistant Coach Harot.lllaze1. : game conditions. The rxtnan, and) M rs. Harriet Echols Macrsiam "f the 300 of you will regi-ter fur ( poorly delivered generalities and platitudes. After the advan .
as usual the bulk
wood took the gridders through: public ts cordially invited to of the special primary el .t.un ('Ct. build-up that had been given Eisenhower's .
at. licenSe in .
holders will be moved' into the St. Marks rectorednesday. ) appearance Ja< r.sonville.
contact work this week for tht:: tend the first arc-light driH expected to : ( 14 and the presidential gen r..l the overall effect of the '
rush in U st. Jjieech must have been
during the last frantic Aug2i.. and sincr H: a j* '
first time as they put on the: days. have been busily arranging their election Nov. 4. ani: that xvoul I bed ring let-down to his supporters.

pads Monday. j I School Board Gives Deadline for current licences is furniture an-1 personal belonging i i'I( !lot' of trouble for many of you. Ev.f the pro-Eisenhower Jacksonville Journal was forced .

Bobby Crews. 195-pound letterman 5ept.; 30. in the Church St. home. 'I But. anyway. for you thai: hare : admit that "The crowd which wag considert i
Bids j Worth After that there will I overlooked jle but not f i
$3,507 'I just the fact
tackle. showed up lt Thursday be a $1 delinquent fee plus the Bringing: with him an extensive II i you're. lectiorujyou not vocal, obviously came to hear the Republican nominee 'give t-, ;
registered for these two '
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for workouts. and afterschool : The Bradford regular $1 renewal fee. unless the record of church service. Rev I hell. They didn't find much to cheer about, frankly _
County School j I
may sign in tno Court
other
up
started Tuesday five lprospects in its monthly meeting applicant would rather take another :MacBlain will celebrate his 25th 1 of the South House on Saturday on'tne The Journal continued: "It was far from the gloves-"
in Sewanee T mowing :
Joe came out. They full-are Tuesday, morning awarded bids on L drivers exam. Chauffer's ;anniversary as an ordained mini- Rev. MacBlain re. -....-,i ti,,, B.tche""nn second floor between 9 a rr awl speech that Ike lieutenants had indicated with their plea' ". -
Bobby Hall. 160-pouad licenses s ter on Nov.-1. wait
.tbxck are $2. until after Labor
school in
l i Day' i
projects according to |lor of Arts degree. 12 noon. response to nrmlttinp from IU,
< .
who showed well ;pe laiizmg
during: r
up H. P. Morgan If fie license has not been He transferred from Apalachi. men impatient wiui the
superintendent re- Greek pedes train
of and mathema'ic.He Deadline for the Democrat- jTiini the gneraIs
i earl! ;
spring la Paul liver wa
: practice: en need
public instruction. within 11 month after Sept.t t cola after having served as rec- : paign t,) date.' Concluded
the
ordained Journal
in the ial to be held: Oct. 1 "Ike
and Harold Gay. the latter a Melrose ,, 30, the : Episcopal TheoSI primary aadly: sound-1
V. T. Thomas' high bid of j applicant has no t for seven': years. Rev. Mac- I |logical to fill the vacant Justice I like many another politician, seeking
sonhomore transfer; ChailefKellT. choice otherB Seminary in Sewanee post of a much lower office, vl! -,. I
$2,3S3 won the job take than to undergo a \ ] lain was active in rix-jc affair y after has sounded off in *
to thetimber the
Broker guard Don MNeil c.. examaination. I there studying for the ministry Supreme Court is Sept! 3, one t Hemming Park. ,
and Kenneth Russ. sophomore of 40 acre surrounding the Persons i i serving on two county cornS I i His native home is Philadelphia week from tomorrow an I deadline" And apparently it isn't just in Jacksonville that Eisenhower,

candidates.: I Heilbror.n Spring school. Dr. now holding out-of- I mittees. one of them aa !>! ]Pa.. and he spent hi.* prep schoo! for the presidential election Nov. epeeches have had this effect One large chain I
| Mario i state licenses who o f the Franklin of dailies tha'h3s i
i desire CountHospita1 .
Campanella to
waj high bidder : ob- 'idays i in *. 13 Ort 3. been
,
Randall [ (1 Lynchburg. Pi: )frs. Mac- supporting the General,
ilartin. who is out with L on razing the abandoned i tain Florida permits must apply inperson : oard of trustees. I t recently commented that Ik'
a broken collar bone, received Graham :i! : at Jude | Blain is originally from Huntsxille. Mrs. Marian Crosby. county is "running like a dry creek." In othei ords, hii
Lt school Perrj-man's ofafice. The campaign
new Bradford
building. He County citi' ,
] ,
t during the first week of practice! :, J$1,122 for ,; ; Ala *'u nisor-f'lect. says. "I want to1 has never yet got off the ground :
the job of tearing down ::2 en was located in Mississippi for ,
is having his shoes temperanljr I the one-story, two room, structure.Lj!I State Highway Patrolman Q. A.j, 12 l: years. North Carolina for three )II'ears. I: The MacElaJns have one child remind every man of his priviitge The Journal says that E:13: nhowr.t'l Jacksonville audien .' I I"went

filled by Tom Slade and Tom Mc.j j I i The board had little other busi-( Fillingim reminded drivers that, >( and in Jacksonville for three! !a daughter living. in Milton with: of voting and Florida has a goud ;, away a little puzzled." We're puzzled too. We had .x I

Clane. along with Sidney Jack ness if stopped by the Patrol at the St. many citizens that don't register pected to hear a much more able presentation of the ,
during its meeting in with an years Mary's Episcopal ]her Naval Air Republican
son and Gene Corps husband whc and! we'd like to have Bradford'County
Shaw. case than the
Martin whc' out-ci-date drab
court houses Morgan said. tht.'I' license a fine of $25 I hurch. j ji3 I i stationed. at f speech delivered by General Eisenhower H,
nearby \Vbiting oc in
top
is in store for I percentage. J Hemming Park. It
the driver.I A was
I ; graduate of the University ri) :Fleti HoW' about it, let's ALL register. I definitely not of the calibre one migfi'! i
J from
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, .FLORIDA
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-BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS |' Meeting Friday I I mountains. | River last Monday We hear the ''II" rirruit Court I.rllrerd 1'amu.tr, I Uintff. : -.....1'r" I
Mrs. Lizzie Dupree :Mr. and Mrs. B. Christoffer J\ I .Florliln: In I'hniicfry.I' .imt> Td..r.IJ't.h.l1 i ;
men really enjoyed themselveand -. "i 1 H I' ...
'' i 1'i.t't ; Til'-r
'i' 'ieif :! \ .I -1I' ri ini ru' "
COUNTY EDITOR Cormick here from had a family reunion over the'. 1 I'.a. I I'-i i' .i-ir" .
looking for I they did bring birk quite a VV.. .- -- v .I I IXTITY ,: I
,
VIEWPOINT t pears. holiday weekend. They celebrated '. \ I \
TELEGRAPH PUBLISHERAdvertising enough for Mrs. the birthday of Capt. Bert C i'ati h jf :ivi tinder of I'uliHrnliun and toner InVppmr

\ .. I Itj ,
can Christoffers who
recently relurnt'dfrom

Subscription Rates: Established In 1879 Rates Robert Martin is Korea. All the family were Adding :Macninen and l'.>rtabl< \

|%..73'ear $1-50 6 Mo. On Application list. Hi- mother and ,j there except son-in-law, Lt I)per1ters sold on time.-Bradford "' .
learned of his illness : Charles H. Newman who is on County Telegraph.

to see him Monday, duty in Washington. D. C with |
MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -

I IEisenhower's hunting pears but !, U. S. Naval Air Intelligence I I -- n_ __n_ --. .. _n _<<_ .__ -- - :_ :: =--:= it:..--. ,;
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most gone,, so they Young Kyle McMurtiv just I

'Get Tough' Speech Causes Alarm iI i to eat. home from the hospital in Games """"""-- ..'."fl/II......:'
I I ville with a fractured leg. has

General Eisenhower and Of course, :Messrs. Eisenhower and Dulles T.TTTTTTTTT T gone to St. Luke's Hospital 11 ,I! ,
Sooner or later I
John Foster hanl''f'r ecifically advocated using Jacksonville for eye surges I
adviser .
,
policy
his foreign: what they American military force to liberate the ; Keystone Tommy. Hearst i i.. home on a l li [
Dulles, will have to explain)just 1 ::::::.
recent Satellite countries of Eastern Europe and ;, ,i ten day leave. He has bet-n sea ::::::::
their suggestions in I =
meant by should "l+ia. But the fact remains that whether i J By Mrs. Sara ;\ tioned at Scott Air Force Ba<> ill )
that the United States I.
speeches the Iron intentionally or not, they have !stirred< that ville. Ill. and will go from i
roll bacK
crusade to A /
spearhead a
distinct impression throughout the world I here to his new assignment at
Union.In :
Curtain to the borders of the Soviet General has When General Eisenhower speaks of "notresting '! Dr. :Musser To : j Madi on Air Force B.i- III Wis' '

making such statements the content until the Red tide recedes", i Residents here cousin i iYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY fIC [{
those i N
furnished much food for thought to with regret that Dr. '
it is easjto Nee how to the European: mind '
who have always questioned the advisabilityof I Musser. who has been
he is suggesting! that the eastern countriesmust (
. putting a military man at the head of j the general practice

our government. be reconquered. I I here for the past BROOKER

General Eisenhower told the Legionnaires Either way-if Eisenhower meant what (1 plans to move to Live 121 \ KKillTs KKMK\EI: I'nn4.tlud< Thru ".>.11.( ....t'pl Ii

in New York that the United States he said, or if he didn't mean what he !'aid-i; vember. Before ,' ------ ---- -
ir-are; G. Itiglianlill.l1111111111111A1iallA: Emulsorized Vegetable I IS
must tell the Kremlin "with cold finality" the suitation equally distressing. If such Musser will erect a Shortening

"never shall rest content until the talk was only intended to be good politics building in Live ,
we
that
Lb
1 i Can
tidal wave of Communism has receded within because of its supposed appeal to the I will carry on his j i j I Sgt and Mrs Cecil DaIS i and S SNOWDRIFT{V I F 3 19C

American people, it descended to the ]level tiations are now I
its own borders". Such a remark, no mat- ;I. |I I II [, son. of Columbia. S C wereisi+ +-

ter what the motives behind it, will require of deplorable and dangerous demagoguery.I interest a new |I tint: their parents the Evan Hodjges -

lots of explaining to a lot of different people, One Washington correspondent reports that ,[I to Keystone Heights. I i I and the Lem Davis over the r -- --- --

and we don't mean just Joe Stalin. the capitals of Western Europe have plainly :|',present time no 1 i, holidays. -

Obviously, the pro!..pets of a United States exhibited their alarm over what they see anew ment has been I i I PFC and Mrs Alex \\"illumsof ASTOR Aunt Jemima White Corn

headed by an ex-general of proved competence Republican Party doctrine. Accordingto Rotary' Hears ;\ ,, Fort Jackson. Columbia S c'( .

in the military field and one olio this; writer, the questions have flooded in: .. William McCrary. were vlitlllg11'-. R111uuun'par.1: .

utters such words or "cold finality", suggests 'I) I MEALLb.
L
to our allies a United States getting readyto insurrections within the Soviet Union?" [1 soon for advanced over the holidays.

push back that frontier Certainly, Communism "Does it envisage turning; NATO's army i under a Rotary Sir and Mrs. M P Hsurell:

\\ill 'n >ver retireby it>elfs<>--if of defense into an orrl'n..h'eeapon?" i the guest of )" and daughter. Sharon. pent the

the words of Eisenhower mean anything at "Is this what Ike would do if he got in j, last Friday. Young )! ( holidays at Lake Santa Ft- Can Lb Pkg '

all-they mean that he considersar with the White House?" taught a Spanish i Mrs. Vasco Hazen of Starke 19C 5 19C
sonville at the age of
Russia inevitable. Such utterances may suit Needless to say, the General's1: speech has instructor this was a Labor Day visitor at th'

the taste of an element in this country that given the Russians: a powerful propaganda i an University of borne of Mrs. Ralph HazinI

has long advocated a "go ahead and get it weapon with which to work. According to uated last spring I Ernest Douglas ( Pftei r I. SI'II1\.1n\ + -

over with" attitude toward \\ar-but we are the Soviet line, all this proves that NATO :, city of Florida and 1-c of the USS Picking has n-. TROPICAL Brand

alone in could is being built to attack the Soviet Union :turned to Providence R I after
no longer these things, and we Kappa.
not fight such a war alone. The reactions not to defend Western Europe-:something At their meeting ( | !'spending furlough with hu- No 303 Cans

of our allies must be taken into consideration they have been charging all along. day t Rotarians will brother Howard Douglas ant TOMATOES E S 2 23C
family, and his parent th t.T I KDouglas'
when such statements are mart and to say No matter what interpretation is placedon 1 of the TTTTTTTTT'I! of StarkeMr. .

that General Eisenhower's speech .twiched it, or from what angle it is viewed, the game, shown' by Col.
I and Mrs. C C Sti.iM'b.raof !
off a furore both at home and abroad i' put- Eisenhower speech has had most unsavory University of Florida. PILLSBURY Plain or S. R.
| Keystone Heights. and11': andMrs.
ting it mildly.France's repercussions. It was apparently the ill- 1 JJuy Home .
Charles strandbeic of .!.lacksonville.
;
most conservative starred forerunner of a Republican attemptto The James and Lbs Lbs
newspaper, were visiting Mrs :Mai\ FLOUR 5 47C
"Le :Monde", headlined the speech as a speed up their flagging campaign with an home has been old Green last weekend 10 89C

"Violent Discourse", and up until now this attack on administration foreign policy.In I Juanita Adams I
Eddie Ciummie. Thief of !1''>
paper has been most friendly to General the words if one commentator: "It sont'ille. The sale .
lice of Clinton. N. C. .ami his \\ itMrs. -'
'
Eisenhower. is. of course, not easy for General Eisenhower c E. 1Ic1\a: realtor. TROPICAL
:Mr
Crnmmie, were visiting
i is railway mailman
a
The immediate reaction in high Parisian -who was a career agent of administration and
small and Mrs. Ernest Edwards
circles was the same, and the speech was foreign policy in recent years and the wife home.and son : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green :,over:, tin' BLUE ROSE RICE 3 Lbs 37C

considered unfortunate in its so-called Mr.:\ Dulles, who was a volunteer and highly! Install ,, holidays.!'
To
"fighting character" placed roving ambassador for the State Ie-)
The French : '
are Fred ( of
The Catholic Club Mr. and Mrs. .011(1! .... ....
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suspicious of any general in a political posi- partment-to spell out clearly just where covered dish j :Miami were visiting the W.ule'llarrells -

tion and the whole question of European they part company with the policies with dav. 10, in-upper the and theI. (' H inil-
Sept.
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cooperation with America is seen by ob which they were so lately associated." And This i is the regular over the holidays 49C SALE 49C -:-
servers as jeopardized the bungling Eisenhower i
by the General's speech indicates officers will he Sunday visitors at the home "f
American Legion address.!; just how difficult their problem is. Un '
: new year. Incoming 'rs.IaI'Y: Green \\"1'1'1: i r and
One foreign correspondent reported that fortunately, they have suggested "a state of president John : i i Mrs. II. O. Brown of Wni'nriiitun No. 2' t CansO'SAGE Your

America's preoccupation with a possible mind in the United States which might well dent. Mrs Lena : : Springs. PEACHES 2 Cans Choice

Soviet attack and with its own great power drag the western world into war because of Mrs II. L. Morgan: ;i I We are ,'erYlappy: to S.T.- "\\".,1I !

have kept Europe on edge during the past American apprehensions: and impulsive ac Mrs. Jean Fox. I come" to our new school prim ;ipal. :No. :303 Stokelv

five years. :Many people in Western Europe dons taken to relieve them." i Mr. and Mrs. C. his wife and daughters. the Bill

have contended for some time that this at \\'" are beginning already to see the home from a two Corams. formerly of Starkei FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 Cans

titude may be just the thing that would 1 wi-iloni of those who question the I prudence at Edenlawn i: Mr. and Mrs Earl Green's hai-k I C

bring about a war. This could come about, of placing a military man, untrained in the lawn Fla. i yard was the st'ttingfor a fish No. (300 Can' Old, C.lory

they say, by America's over-stimulating tl'dluiqut.+ of modern diplomacy, at the helm Mr. and Mi's J. A. fry. honoring Billy\ Rimes. ofFrederick. PORK & BEANS Cans

herself in this way or by causing such alarm of government in thi' t'rahl'n the world as house guests last Md.. Mondaevepimr: 6

among the Soviet rulers that they would t might l Ire likened to a huge I powder keg jut Williams' siter.11'8. Those enjoying the at fair were No. 303: ( ans \K,0( l

feel impelled to strike first. waiting fr someone to loiuh it .ff. | with her husband Mr and Mrs. Tom Mark- M.

from Atlanta and and Mrs. Ed Lt'wi.1, and M I > SUGAR PEAS 4 Cons
LIVE AND LEARN' We
: .
Ut'vt'rknl'w .
that the rattlessnakes souk' i Daily Repub-
Gainesville with ( Wilson Green and firmh! Ms. Donald Duck)
inui-Tinies+
swim, but two have been killed will publish no more
recently -l BETTER SCHOOLS
Mrs. James D. Mr and Mrs Leslie diee-i: in the waters at Kingsley'Lake !!"hing saucer stories and has i invited f MAYONNAISE I Qt.
Better MAKE two sons Jimmy and farrilv. Mrs. Rosa PmholttII\ :
watch that moon the
1.700
other daily newspaper Tampa. Mrs. ManGreen. .
light bathing! COMMUNITIES i
BELTER :* in the nation to Mrs William's ",
join in Mrs Earl Green entertained! i

THERE'S A LOT OF TRUTH in the fight "against feeding pap": E. A. Timmins has junior BTU class with 'i ueiner Corn Fed, Rib End, Loin

I AT THIS the tn. | her home in roast last Tuesday night About
the old !l3'ing"It pays to shop beginning of a new' the newspaper leading public.! Lb
around". For instance, the Starke term. let s J"e give to make ours Wi- sincerely hope that other ( Williams went with 20 members were present : PORK ROAST S 45C
City Council saved taxpayers a the be cool munitv in the state challenge. Saucer after which he will River was visiting :Mi R"-a
$100,001) by Pllrl'hasing-
weed I i stories have gotten sillier and Columbus where he Pniholster Tuesday .
good generator at a fractionof '
the cost of a new one. Hard. I RED CROSS can use lots mort'rlothin sillier until a Lake Wales man j l Mrs. H. J. Eby I Mr and Mrs. Ewmi; Ander-on! Center CutPORK
| week to Saltzburgh. of Miami, and }[Andeismi and
reached
pressed taxpayers will heave a for underprivileged schswchildren. the peak I't''entlyllen
,
I her husband. Capt. Miss Budda Anderson of Gamesville. ; Lb
deep sigh and breathe a heartfelt! If you've got a!I thin'he reported that the "saucer" he t CHOPS S 59C
r ed.I were hohdav gu 111'+ sl- nt
"Thanks! | you don't need that would I
saw"stared
help back" at him. NcwonifcT B. Manown of Mayor and Mrs H S :Andei-i>n
keep a boy or girl warm this
I fal'and 1
YOU'RE RIGHTThere's touch winter DONT HOLD the Ottawa paper think has been the guest i .\ fishing party l"n 'stll1g ',1'! .
a
of fall in the air. and the BHS ON THEM! OUT its time to call a halt. ,, W. B Scales. Leslie Roy. Earl. Wil-ar and' U. S. "GOOD" Grade, Eat-Rite Beef
.
I i Mr and :Mt- Stanley Green and BilU Runes
Tornadoes meet Leesburg here on '
DO.N'T FORGET TO OTEcit iti home from their ; : spent the daat the ()kla\\ ..tharTTYYYYYYYYYYYTYTYTTTTTTY Lb
September 19. I
FLYING SAUCER BAN. FromFred Election CHUCK ROAST S 59CKraft's

----- next Tuesday! trtrtrtrarvvyvy..r- . . . . . . . .
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Lang's mail
box I
to Ella of the day with her Sunday.Mr. .
I Carter's store. One of these hac' 'and Mrs Blanchard whrown I! ANNOUNCEMENT Si .
LONG BRANCHBy 15 rattle Two little boys
caught property in this section I
one of these snakes last Fruity vacationing here.ifnu'y are 4 Philadelphia U. S. No. I Long Island

Mrs. J. L. Strickland11WIJ111111U and took it to their mother. The I. 4

I snake was still alive. !She calledan Carter and! son, J. C. I.I 4 Cream WhitePOTATOES

<11111111 I older boy to kill it.. These bur? spent part of Fridayh Loun I.j 4

We attended the Union meeting are Franklin and Cailos Manningons Gaiter )hs. Louie Caiter's mother I.i I ., 4 4
!
at Black Creek last of Ted Manning. and sister from Doctors InM 4

and really had an enjoyable Friday day There were some fox hunter!" spent the weekend with them. i You toil be glad to know that 4 4 CHEESE E S

There 2S out Leon Carter has been 4
were churches represent. our way Saturday night. They putting 4
ed. The next Union Meeting wil1! caught: one big fox just behir .in a good time visiting friend.1 I : Your F'arorrtetcstatn ant 4

be at Russell church Nov. :23:! and Yousran Padgett's house. It had and relatives since he returned I. 4 4 2 2 Or Pkgs Lbs

29. Hope to be there. i I probably been carrying off some from Germany. "lI'i-ited his: : .4 lSC 10 0 59C

We had 22 present in Sunday chickens in the neighborhood aunt Hessie Adam last Friday Tin: 4

School at the Mission Sunday Some. say they have lost chicken and also called on cousins from" p.f 4 4 L

morning. There are 31 enrolled recently. Pennsylvania and Tire. Fla. H 4 4

Wish we could have all present Speaking hunting Mr rick- also went fishing with the Car t C 4 Thompson

every Sunday. Sunday evening we land and I went out to look for yti I Griffises last Thursday : BROWN 4 4 Lbs

had a large crowd for Training; rabbits and night last week. I Yougan Padgett hud the misfortune i 4 SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 19CFresh

Union and all salt they eujoved 1 saw some eyes in the pecan growa to get b.% leg pinched b e vtwe.n 4 4
the service. Brother Everett Godwin two logs last week Didn' "the old plar and shot
fount
--
and his break: any bones, but his 4
wife and son were r I had killed a bigfat coon. Jim leg wa: I I If 4 Green
with us and Everett really added I badly bruised and very painful t c 4 Top
spotted a wildcat. but when 1 Ip.Ip.DERBY 4
to the interest of the walk on In spite of this he ram
les H
on :? hot it scared the critter 4 Bchs
delivered away to take us to Sunday School Sun. 4
a wonderful senru*l t'p had started back to the hour 4 CRISP S CARROTS 2 19C

after Training Union j when he sa-r what he thought dv morning and to church Sunday 4 4
night. Am also
grateful ti ,
We have two corrections t make Charle,' Lang who came to tak... 1 Continue to Serve; You the lies Food 4
being misinformed in boll 1: mon tree, shot and a coon fel' 4
instances us to Training Union I am unable C 4 RUSO Sliced, Sweetened, FrozenSTRAWBERRIES
we are to ', out. About that time
sorry U:) our little
to walk the mile we have tlJO. l t in Starke at the Most Reasonable 4
Kir-t !Sam Harris is no long dhad broken loose 4
]t and cant and it is certainly nice tc, 4 Cons
postmaster at Maxville, Mrs Ton-. nmningup in the dark. We both have thoughtful neighbors. 4 S I E S 99C

Godwin is in charge of the postoffue thought it was another coon or Dave Tanner and Jessio Manning : Prices. 4 4

IW\'. Next Mrs. Ella Carte r -something, and started to shoot .. 4
called the 5trickla.nd'lnday.
on 4 -
does not have a filling station before we recognized lift p. -
L I poor !C 4
hunting some pears an c' 0 DUNCAN Hines QuickFrozenORANGE
sh.> has a store, but no gas: tanks i. Spot n'w'3Y'e caught (coon Pt.p. 4

Mr Ola Padgett and Elgin ha,',e enough to feed the dog. cats I six paying a friendly visit :p.Pt. 4 4

fill'ug! stations. We are sorry fo r of them) and the chickens. the Elgin hospital Lang Monday came home but had fror t'I'r :& We a-
mgr mistakes in a recent issu' We were pleasantly 'd 4
return to Jacksonville and : 4
s a V
: high
hut if there is anyone who doe? Thursday 'It last week standards set by OHT late, beloved 4
by a'isit with her niece, Winnie Harri-1, ,
'. 4
!i II make mistakes, please com e -
and from our sister-in-law. Lizziec and go to the hospital every da) managerG: C. (Pop) Rlulner.e 4 Quick-Frozen
?
see we want to sec wh Strickland, her dsufrhter-in-law and take shots. 4 4 Large

\ou are and learn a few thing, s Mrs. Sidney Strickland and Liz i and will appreciate your 4
Ernie Padgett spent part of th t

from We you.understand there were fivnatllesnakes e zie's Gertie nurse.Faircloth's Carrie Edward two ?Iou. et- day Babe Sunday Padgett.with hi'- mother Aun;.: :.: continued patronage. 4 4 4 4 PAN REDI SHRIMP Pkg. 69C'L


killed 1.r3t: week fror r. UTS Kate: and Irene.spent part: When I r-turi-d fron: Vnly.:r 111LL1I111U111111111/111111U1111111111111111 _
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA

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VMTTfTTfTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTVyVfVfVTTTVtFARMER'S i (puppy dogs I. We recently have of a supply. Paid for them and I For fire President of th- I'niud ''''Ann PaP; fendan'
unto aff.x'd. this the ,
& U
I ; of
:States: y This notice hall b : n.od
pub -
found dead mole "crickets in the now will worry and fuss until we I Fur (I'nilKl States !Srirator from the 1 I} Satire Topp nr.i i'as* No 9316 August. A I'.. 195::!. pace each week for four cot! -,' It ,v ,
OFFICIAL! SKAT.
drain furrows, so that we fee! get them taken up and set out or I from State if Florid: for vixtarh i T.; Margaret Ann [la\I"i whoIrfsidtiice ( J !K l Wainnnpnt. Ma ,ir peeks I in the Bradford Couy: Tt rfraph
Jan 6. 1 153.!
sure that it is doing what it if our land. We'll wait until there i if FIT lieiirv.sentam I and address t i- i o uf 'I ATTE T. Carl Johns, Cit\ t',. ri..
... of the Sth C..n.gr..it.nal Mrs Carrie Hanson, Portstmiut! i e55ts5SOTICR I' -I M I v \ .
I 1 supposed to do. /Ie "water in the ditches" before set District of the Stateof \' rlohia 'I'FFI'I\, '1 \1. 4 .1

DIARY e e ting them out. Congress Florida of In the the t'nited eighty-Third' States. You are lieieby notified that a 10 .trrnin ,

Well we don't mean to brag e For Three C5: > Justices of the Su- I suit for In Clrroit Court, llrndforil ("alll111'lorldaa "
Divorcehas
,
.. 1 In prmie Court
Sam Mcfiarvey I of the State of
By i for we certainly have nothing tc When we were re-cutting lane ; Florida born filed ap.or-t you in the'ab..fo Ciift..n, Moti-er 'r 1 I'". '
named Court and and (tiff, Vtinie Krnnt-tt .
muse vs. Hi '
The author will be glad to re- i I brag about), but at last we have for our berry patch we also cut For .governor; of the State of FUrfda !you are required to serve a ropy ..f fendant Cave N.To 4 a

I reive items of Interest concerning ... some land in the left field where | For your ansuer or pleading to the j A.tfre T.JlJlUP.
been Secretary i.f State "f the : r(';: 'plaint: on the Plaintiffs .
early on one We I Sta'eof .
crop. planted .
a j to have most Fal' A n' P.ennett Hi J' I'l' PHONE 218
we plan of .'.
our Florida. -- .
in
the activities of farmers i 'I For :: :/ Theri'n A. rain Jr. r. Vdtntt Itangell.ug. :II ..: t, ..
about half a bushel of Irish Attorney 41o>nerdl. Starke. Florida
Bradford County. Suggestions may crops. We have to cut this laneagain For <'fiiiittrollerFor I.ltna.,

be left at the Telegraph office or ..4'I potatoes on August 2Sth. and thatis and then get fertilizer out State TfaMirrr. and?f th file. CltiK the "if'-.fat's Hit! i '! In the ).(file You are hereby notified, that a COLOXIlFLORIST
11 the earliest we have ever plant. Fur Superintendent of I'uMn:: Incur before iiiu.t Coot in j suit fir Divorce hasbeen it'. .1
maiU-d to Sam McGaney, Lan ley. I and bedded up so that we can tio-i." r the. ; again V.'u in the al'i.vt r.>.,.i.t
ed them in the Fall. Heretoforr lath: ii.n .f S. ]1'i. niher, If''iJ.:
plant beans. Have failed tc For : Court and and
green I'omniifMoner of Agru iiltnr\ tlie\\l cause you are te-
I ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTT 1 I'e tl1o.dlqatiun- of 'a.l'lC
t we have been late with them FOIl' State Attorney Mh Juduial quirtd to serve' a cop of your ai.-
sc 'raise green beans in the Fall sc Oriuit "mpla rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTing of the State of Florida !lwfor or pleading to the r [ it looks as if we are making pro- I far, but we're going to try again For Railroad and I'ubit'tillti) ,.!' This by notice you.; shall be puMiVdonie I the Plaintiffs! Attirno T

Found out after we sold our wet but now that its coolerwe gress. Here's hoping they get up I Commi.-Moner' of the State of each week for four con"ttutive I''FianW La-idrum, Starke. Fb-i id.t nr.J
Florida file the t-rigjiial in the offict if iht*,
spotted pigs that we had again really feel .like.working again and growing before we get toe I Planted a row of foliage turnips For State Senator for Kith Senatorial Telegraph.weeks in the Bradford Count I jClirk of the Circuit' Court en "r 1.- FlOWERS I

topped the market at the new; a I much water lying around. UiMrut vf the :State of Flor i Dated this 11 day of \11:11"1.! 1''a' fore the 1.2 I'Y! uf :-:. Pit n e. .
I i : in the kitchen garden. Thirmakes ida. otherwise the allegations: t fi'omplut.t .-...d FOR ALL OCCASION
the kitchen garden and (OFFICIAL SEAL
, market at Gainesville (J. D.Odam's : Cut up a ) A. J Thomas
For 1 Member of will l.r taken ,,
the House of n..prr Clerk at coti-:
about the fourth of the Circuit Court
). This makes four out of laid off the rows. Then we put out Little* Happy Joy's bull calf plantingof I fontatiuf the State uf Flor H> :Marian L. ,'r,,>.by. deputy (Cltrk f."Ft'd by > I'U.I .

times that have has not had to turnips this Summer, and sc I ida i 5 !is:; 4tOTHT :t. :'
the last six we 300 Ibs. of fertilizer and bedded up any grass eat ir For County Judge. !

sold pigs that we have topped the |: on top of it. Now we are in the the barnyard so we tethered hirr far we have not raised a single For Sheriff'.. I \ 01' LLr..'Tlov
For .rk of the Ou-uit Cmitt. I .1. H wauntrlght )1."r TUXEDO (i)
market. Not bad for a couple of process of getting it planted, and out in the orchard. He is now getting plant. Of course the price bar For i'"uno.,1' of Taxt. : StarKe, Florida, I IPV \itfMt t ,.f il.I I

ex-Yankees! that soon we will have it all the grass he wants, and For Tax Toilet-tor. authority vested in ,me bv law, dohereby !
I hope been high turnips too. They For "' FEED STORE
on .
"unty Superintendent iif Pub. call an elr. !I"/I t. I lit hi hi
e e
e f
all planted and growing. Wish that usually when we go get him at have been bringing J3 a dozen. I )IK InMruction .I at the City Hall in th. afun "a'd 1I. DISH GARDEN

There has been a change for I j we had more manure to put into feeding time he is bedded down For Supervisor of Regi-tration. town liv the iiuahfudi, >"'rv on i Kejstone Heights
For County .
Surveyor.For TuedaSeptemh. 'r I'Tifor! tlu
better in the weather (cool are getting more chewing his cud like a big olc: 3 Members I POTTERY
the the soil as we Planted half a row of rutabaga I card of ("u.ity purpose of elettmi the following !

er) and we certainly notice the I j and more sold on manure as a soil! cow will. e e in the garden, and when they are I' CommiMtionersFor 3 Members. of. the County I'.oard: officer-THREE AU'RIMKX' ) : F"\\ TWp I Ii FEEDFERTILIZER POTTED PLANTS

difference in our work. Duringthe builder. large enough we will transplant Hoard of Public !n"II'II."I1 YKMIS i
I i a Had an interesting visit frorr For Justice of the Peace In an-l I fr In-l'e> t.i' t.f said! d' .-tl..n: i
extreme heat it was hard tc I them. We did this last year with the fi>lli>\\ III': Ju-ilie VIItl'l\I<,1':I F 'I HemmbiKU.ivV SEED. PLA\TS FLOWEr.1RE;
fertilizer con Mr. Hall, who lives in Starke
used ,
We have "IZ: \ M. Kavv.r: Ki.
done because you results. i iI <
get anything very good We generallyuse ANYWHERE
effort tc about raising chickens. He is rating I I XI). \n, 1 i. :M chlordane. In an I
lost so rapidly (even a taining I solution. '
energy I a transplanting 1 I. I I'.n ] I: 1
chore like milking left you wring- kill some of the mole cricket? layers, and from his description e For Constable III and) for the f"J.llotvng ::1 1\: i:-r H. V JOHNSON Vina St Stark
,. .
I" ; "
1'I-'it '
of his place he must have a \ I L:
I Ir Also planted about a half row of ;\n X.. f J,- '. rUOI'HIFTOU I
, first class} layout. He gave UF 1 ,,1 r -
I I broccoli. We are earlier in getting .
some data on worming our henr In T.j""n\ \\Iwn..f. I !1.1"
/ I I started with broccoli this year amthink I.t-r"unt. set iJ" \:111.1\ .1 ,.) 'If n..l
?!i- and we certainly appreciated hir :. thar i the Ilrrtt; S.tI of iii'j, ..:11' t.
interest. 'i!, that we will do better .1 Ida. :a, T.IIIoh.I': ". tl> '. II> ,
/I former years when we were late I Mh il iv of \-iii-t I t I \I I Ii I' 1'0 : 1BODEN'S
IS.Ve I i I .
J: \ ; ,
:
"1\ ; \
11+ nmor Get them started early and try ,"
planted a short row of cu ] c > !i'
I
i to keep them growing fast is our __
'
/ 'umbers in the kitchen garden ir' :i MINI i: 1(11'1'1: \I! -
the following We motto now. ''In ireiiil < ..nrl. llrnillonl < iiiil> ,
RFAI KJII manner: dug r : '
.. i I'loriiln: In < li.-inerrv.
t' yul II'.l 5u11CT1e hole in the top of the bed. about i I.t: 1'.1'i- i I'1
i We're a couple of suckers for : ;
.IS filled it with well-rotted
CIIAN SMELLING cow manure ; '
'uuUT1tt... anything which you plant am1then 1. \
a ---
then put soil in and mixedit
69 CUARANTtiDOl Ii ::::;-::: 11 continue to harvest over along I II -'" )
PINT '..--...- '.vith the manure than some !I \ '- e
12 lI !T"1 time. We've heard about \ I
41Y .
/ more soil on top. Then we planted I I r I ., ,
$1.19 QUAeT CAN Y "'I..WIl..I multiplying onions and this war
about six
or eight seeds (Mar I I
i, we located some and will plant a- ., I
i f ) "
keterin
the hill (we will thin r
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYrNOTICE as we can.
; out nil but two latH) covered the soon .

MOVE? seed with soil then another layer PLANNING TO Of course we know next
of ma nine, and then a layer of,
''nothing about farming in generaland
c&lVe: made hills about 12 imhe .
.r 1 Let us do the job for you com anait. As the row had already hac1: even less about sweet potatoes HALFGALLONSAT

= A l plete. We operate local and long 4-7-5 commercial fertilizer put in in particular but as our vine-

.auvitl 65a1rfss.srru. in U. S. i ii have a good color and look ,'igOI'ous
f ..; '. r4 distance anywhere I i it. we believe that the soil shouldbe 1 the bestWe'n

i t.,I'< .:.'MCW'NG"..'...'..... good and rich. Will dust the we're hoping disappointed for if PROTECTING VALUABLE PROPERTY I

5 i A.Sd Phone 311 1 or 250-J : vines with Parzate.C e the weevils be terribly chew* .them* up. HERE is an excellent exampleof A NEW LOW PRICE !


Later the sound insurance rule
.
we planted some squashin bit of advice
Facilities interesting
Excellent Storage Heard an
-
the next row but as the seed seeds of having adequate coverage
by a
given a neighbor
G old where it is most needed. ,
was we did not plant as care- trou

fully as the cucumbers. Some day man: "Use DDT to and prevent Chlordaneto Unfortunately, however it j is At Most Borden Dealers FOR A
R. B. ALVAREZAgents ble from insects
I well]) probably give up planting kill them if they develop"Sounds usually a difficult problem fur !the LIMITEDVANILLA

anything, unless we are sure of average man to determine e\dd-
for Delcher Bros. sensible to us.
ly what insurance lie
the it coverage TIME'
seed as sure can be a wasteof *
r+ rtY needs and how much a
is
adequate
I'erryman Hld >. S. Court St. time and money.
Well. Sam's almost bugeyedfrom Everyone requires a different ONLY
Alice planted a row of Tender- Morri
of
constant reading insurance program. What
may
green beans in the kitchen gardenand son's "Feeds and Feeding". Before be sufficient coverage for your CHOCOLATE
with the moisture there if
reading he had heard) thata neighbor may not be enough for

available the things should popup cow has four stomachs but it your needs.

any minute now. We have yetto didn't mean much to him. But To enable you to buy the
STRAWBERRY
raise green beans in the Fal on learning that "ruminants" (ani modern insurance you need

that amounted to anything but mals which chew the cud includ quickly and conveniently-and

SUPERIORin this year may be the exception ing cattle, sheep, and goats) havemuch with the important benefit of -

a' we will dust every time the more complicated digestive expert advice-this agency will CHERRY PECAN

every sense of fine and upright plants need it (which will be tracts than other animals he understands be glad to extend a helping hand!

often*. We ill!
at -t
are your erne t'
modern serving and unusual careful why cattle and hogs require -
r times.II.C..
ness in guarding against needless ex- We nursing quite different feeding sys
are along a cabbage
I tems. He was amazed to learn I! ?'ora'&qj'ICE
!seedbed consisting of two rover '
I pense. ;
I, that the four-fold stomach of a Wall AgencyConstant

on a bed 250 feet long. We have full-grown cow may hold over I pretty fair stand and the '
young sto Guaranteed by
I 250 while the single
quarts
seedlings have a good color. We Service Over Cood Hout k fpin(

DeWITT C. JONES will hoe the plants carefully, and mach of a And pig holds that only furthermore about 8 GO Years- j II CREAM


Phone 7 Starke, Fla. I I II" If II then if we think they need it we the 1-2 intestines qts. of cows hold an additional i Please Phone 146 ft -_.-. ___ .._.._- -- ._ ._. -__. _p. -_H- ___' _- _-__- _.-., _-., _-_..,_......_"._--..- __,

I will give them a dose of liquid 110 qts.. while the intestines ,

..... fertilizer. of pigs hold a great dea! ------- L ----- --- 4-

this idea of the digestive
less. With
Funeral Director Ambulance Service : Before we cut up the kitcher
I capacity of cattle and hogs ,

Our local funeral home enables ns to offer conveniences and I' garden we took up a row of Okra Sam has a pretty good idea now ATTENTION
which was having quite a battle FARMERS!
.
services not otherwise available.We why it is that cows can utilize
with grass and weeds. We set the
bulky feeds to good advantage
II ,,_ .... .. -1-1 row out in a different place an while if you fill up poor Mr hog
thought for a time that the plant
furnish the highest type service at lowest prices ana with .a bulky feed she fills tir
would not I live. But that night we
accept ANT life insurance policy in force issued by ANYcompany ) quickly but does not get mill h .nt

as payment in part or in full on a funeral. watered the plants thoroughlyand of it. He has learned for < xarnplr! BRADFORD COUNTY AND VICINITYWe
since then we have had several
Consultation carries no obligation. that acorns contain no protein

.. ..,_ '..,-1,__ .. _____....,_ -bowers. A woman who stopped at and that fish meal is a better pill
nr Roadside Market asked what
tein supplement for ho:s< t I-..t rtankagp.
''> planted in the row. and wtier. ,
And lotmore: t:1.I': h.<
:t.'M her what we had done RED STEER
.
FERTILIZERS
changed pact of feeling in"n .' are .. .r
Better .1-
Highways I are built I wiffillfi .- 1111: "You can't do that yor \stery to a science! .

'ran plJ"-' kta, and have

'. n: :hat it rout MITU K: UK t-I.crw: : pleased to announce SWIFT'S ; GOLD BEAR INSECTICIDES

-' ., hiIr6 l IV it Hm...n. Thnl I. II. 1. I.IHV .
t mss. .. i-. 1,1 the >ear Ixi ".rrrtar>. ..f the !Male' uf Fluriil.ido And FUNGICIDES
a \, ;- lirri-ln slip; Settee Hint n
V -: II lan \I. r.i.rr-uoN I that we are now I 1'.1 .
will Ire held in Urndforil ( otintT.Ploririn. .
1I i ivirn''am stale of un .1.1I..lu tnlIht SPECIAL PASTURE
Iul .. in \i, I FERTILE
/-I 'N'1iintr" firM M"n.lij -
IM i'a 1J!.! a fruit *'\\' rmb..r. 1.8.. IILS2: Ihr .aid' 'lur.- Idn Authorized Agent: ZER And VIGORO

M 1 }1'C get > beta:: therot Plant Foods
It I II II \ \ IF"t, I 1111 II I
fcv Y. .;f .1 I farmei F ,. 1 I' ..,.,." ,re .I..a .
f .,\ is not 1', --- -- FOR ALL

d :. rabhH' ..: C. G. ( For Commercial Growers )

\ d : '
r

\ '-'.......
'ic -i I hr'w- ,It. .....

w ,'I I' '"i bust thins; ,,;I Sam ha,' :

i I(::1 i Mineral box in the hog pen DEADLf\ Swift & Company's ProductsVe

'
in h1t critter took a real deL 'y'

%" I L ii'n< in smashing that minera' LIVESTOCK{

I box 'o pieces So when Sam got
'I fOR FREE REMOVE OF DEAD:
ill -vimed up about proper foeiling LIVESTOCK CALL
CONCRETE
money-saving I Iii stock and he remembered!
:
Phone GaineMille 3330 Collect!
''a': he had a bag of hog minerain : \ will carry a complete stocK oi< your crOJ!)S.:: We will be happy to see:: you ah< i

I the ft.edshed. he decided t. FLORIDA REXDERERS, Inc. all of these products:: in our warehouse in discuss your fall fertilizer needs.

Concretehasthestrength traffic rolling without 1 build a mineral box with three

and the stamina to I I ,compartments, for salt, mineral order to serve you promptly. Also we plan to give you another
carry pavement: shutdowns for

heavy truck traffic and it untimely repairs. I j it and as protien strong as supplement possible He remfon built:! I Many of our farmer friends have service which we know you will appreciate.Swift .


is ideal for fast.mo\1ng Concrete offers all j 1 ing where necessary. Then h. used Swift's New Process Red Steer and & Company maintains a Growers Advisory -

passenger cars. It is skid these advantages at low ; :nailed it against a fence and drill Let Us Thoroughly Swift's Gold Bear Brand Insecticides and Service. SHbuld you have any soi !

two stakes into the ground am' Wash Your Clothes
resistant, drains quickly, annual cost. Its first cost I nailed them to the box. Whec I will be glad to know they now can purchase or insect problems Call us and we will]

improves visibility and is usually less than other : .finished he dared Henrietta tr 9 Pounds i these fine
products at our store. It is our dehave.a man from Swift's Growers AdvisorySenice :
cuts driving costs by of loadcarrying smash it. For 40c :
pavements equal I :sire to give you good service and the right! call on youBe urp :and Uq. t triFir.e I' I

saving on gas, tires and capacity. its FREE Bleach If Desired! i
Discovered that our bush-and
kind of plant food and insecticides for aUf, Service ITS FRKF !
Concrete I
repairs. has maintenance .
is less and bog harrow which we use for cutting Temple Are SUik i

the durability to keep its life is longer. land trails the tractor off I
-
center and that it throws a hiP I, 5 Sf'S

to the left. So Sam puzzled over

Insist; on highways built of concrete how to cut land that would be a? We Will 1

smooth as possible; and not conI( Dry Your Clothes I UL BROWNLEE

sist of a row of ridges. He now : GOlD BEAR

PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION outs down the middle of a land For 20c e'
BRAND .a
and then works out both ways In New Automatlthlenl I II ,
507 Mortgage Guarantee Bldg., Atlanta 3, GeorgiaA I
thus throwing dirt to the right

national organization to Improve end extend! the uses of portion cement always. teed this idea in re-cut i'A

ting land where we will) have our JIM CHASTEEN PRODUCT
and concrete berne< and it worked quite well! I OF SWIFT

INSECTICIDES
S
.. The Wasfoeteria
wsptrlrtal ,
.. rd
Deviled: that we had b tt- thave FUNGICIDES

CONCRETE IS THE lOW. ANNUAL. COST PAVEMENT our berry plants bought an1paid

for, so that we could be surf v- _s _
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I PAGE roCK BRADFORD COUNT: TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER :5Gladys r.15.:


1 Jr. Woman's Club I, Mrs. Jack Hazen I Woman's Club Begins 1' BHS PTA Meets T. Jackson, Wednesday eveningat

8 o'clock. !
i Plans October MiscellaneousShower J1eetingsVednesday J Tuesday Night I II you areplanning

Fashion ShowThe HonoreeMrs. II The Starke Woman's Club wil1 The Parent-Teacher Association I "OT'('F. TO .,"'"I:,n

I i I hold their first meeting of the ', of BHS will hold its first In rt rirrnit,l4; In Court ri.nrrT.i.rjr. Bradford. '"minFU .
I II Junior Woman's Club Jack Hazen the former I 1'
I year Wednesday afternoon. Sept I meeting of the new school term H S.uir. TM\ "nff. \ -. )1. a new
,
Monday evening in the club Clara Thomas of Starke, war ; .H.tn.! .'a'ir. !I' f.n..In!
I 10, at 3:30: o'clock in the clubhouse Tuesday night. Sept. 9. at 7:30 .'.l,... X: n :-. .
: with Mrs. W. E. Dowling, guest of honor on Friday evening ,,, home .
\ntlre T '
honoring the Bradford o'clock in the school cafeteriaThe '''""
: dent presiding. at a miscellaneous shower party '! T. VaigaiMp'i, > MootyPhone school teachers. I meeting will get under 1
I way r -".I'II" i and .I\ltlr- :- lx"> >\
35 I I II Plans were discussed; for I I i I I The affair was held at the Community I'' Mrs Jesse; Young will be ir I with a covered dish supper. New Str',,'. ilint-ola Li.'ic i Inland, :V- wYi.ik or any odor type of
Fashion Show to be held in Center in Erooker Hostesses -
.
.. charge of the Education prograirand : faculty members will be introduced
I I I I .6"4 f ber with Mrs Stanley j I i for the occasion were Mrs i You arc hl'td.r.d;:!.td tli..! ? building call on u*
I Mrs H. B. Peyton is chairman and plans made for the I JSUU fi'l
,
Miss Wiggins Given : Beta Sigma Phi ; finance chairman, in charge ; H.Mrs.S. Tom Anderson:Maikey: Mrs., Mrs.Earl J.Green of the social hour tea. ] coming year.Parents {has )I'on t \..f,'"filnl ..lean"iii ''n .

; the affair. Proceeds will go to 1,I W'I|' Hostesses for the afternoon are of all children froir I ahn\f n.t lI1f'd C1. n't and ati-e and McMURTRY
Shower Attended Meets Monday Night Thomas. Mrs. Aubrey Hazen. you a'e rt'qulrrd 'n -r\e a cup ,..f'y"lIr
the ::' : Mrs F. F. Stump chairman Mrs the first high schoolire .
new library fund wing. I Howard Douglas, :Mrs. L. A. Mott grade through .tnvutr "I'! j'U.idintr t. tii "
Mrs Lax '<>iu;>iaint i'i the Plain:ff'*
Landrum
By 300 GuestsMiss The Beta Sigma Phi sorority! Robert Barksdale was the 'and :Mrs. M. O Harrell.The T Frank urged to attend, meet thehill's I :
T Kia- k
: will hold its monthly meetingMonday I of the cake given away at .I Center was decorated with Green. Mrs.V.. E Mundy. Jr. : teacher and the parents Att.rn.i?tarkKlii.ila... Landrum.: BUILDERSI
Ann Wiggins, whose I G J. lcGriff, Sr. and Mrs .
Mrs his
Peggy II of classmatesPresbyterian i .
I night Sept. 8, at 8 o'clock 'tall baskets of white chrysanthemums and f.lr: tlie ".ncm..l! in the .ff1': .c
marriage to Don Neel will be an meeting. The president L. F. Dinkins. i 'the \'J"k! ..f ih- Cinu.t, C'urt in I stone I1l' hts. E Lt.
,, > ;
I at the home of Martha Yanceyon interspersed with nativegreenery I|, rl.i '
event of this Friday evening, at I! Madison St. Betty Deas wil! that 'N'o Dumping" signs are i All members are urged to be j i: d.: i\ i.f < i tT. 1''",.::. !I
!! and flowers carrying out j Circle .. ,
in the First Baptist 'ti\ 'N > <.111.-| f f alI
8 o'clock I 1; and will be welcome the and (
ing made placed on present to new
honor be co-hostess. the color scheme of green and >el- I |<"i>nt i n' n calm a>- nlif's ESTIMATES
church, was the guest of I I between. Starke old teachers to the club. j ed hj \ u
highways low. l'IIEEHFl'LLY aYE\
lovely miscellaneous shower!. i ji Circle 1 of the Presbyteriar Tim "all b. put.li.hf'd! I (
at a i ,
I II
afternoorof St. Mark's Auxiliary Kingsley lake. During the evening, games were Women of the Church will meet I nn'i en u. ': 'or four coneviitie
given Thursday I wpfks .idfurd Tflecraph
party l County -
last week in the Baptist Recreation I During the social hour played and prizes awarded to Mrs BSPhi Benefit Dance Tuesday[ (evening at R o'clock at I'HOXE
i St. Mark's Auxiliary of the I I I j the home of Mrs F H Lone I' il I 'L!. 1. : '
Hall. Hostesses for the af was played and delicious Winfred Hazen. Mrs. Frank Towers 70 i'i v "I"pn\1[ \ T hn.o.TO: t: S581 D.\\
Attracts CouplesThe ,4'
Mrs. F. B. Beard, MrsJ. I Episcopal church will meet in the I 1 Mrs. Marvin Thomas, and with Mrs Eveh'i Coopt-i! and M'I: I HLA: 'STONE 2451 MGIIT
I II the
fair were ments were served by I : \ \
Parish house :Monday afternoon i Edna Piev.itt
; h"st..sst'
Mrs Lucius Rivers. i--
E. Newsome Mrs. J. T. Lawson I tes'-es. I Beta Sigma Phi !sorority .. ... 1
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Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. E. Lawson at 3 o'clock. i i Following the entertainmentand dance netted the Starke play. Circli 2 \\ III netw ''n \1 \*. < --- :- := < 'f'

Mrs. J. W. Ritch, Mrs. J. E. PE refreshments, the guest of ground $105 as some 70 coupler -" --- --- -

Hildebran, :Mrs. Palmer Williams. honor was piesented with many attended their Labor Day affair

Mrs. B. T. ThOmas, and Mrs. E ': lovely gifts of remembrance from at the Pelican Club Saturday /; A & P's tow, low Prices Give Youmore

D. Tenly. her hostesses and assembled night. r
Mrs. H. A. Lawson met the I I I friends. The gifts were attractive- '|! Proceeds will be turned over tl t .

guests at the door and presentedthem II I II ly placed on a yellow and green the park to be used for playground ,
food for
to the receiving line which I cart and rolled into the party equipment announced Sarah W'l' f.. I good

composed of the hostesses 1 room by Miss Jackie Mott. dressedin jams BSP member
and was the honoree. I Well, well another surprise ful diamond ring Don Ray a long \HIo\v part. dress and

bride's table, overlaid witha 1 marriage has come along to en- I'I'I gave Rita Robertson Miss Sdncii-t Mitt .lte->ed ,i' Bert Mr1 R T Thomas HH' "h<"
The cloth, helda 'liven an otherwise dull week night They won't green ',
imported linen i' h. brui- lid! Mr.Ratuh Hal food
white runner of coral vine and fern.'I this time 'tis :Mary Sue Epperson'I announce" until Don Ray Among 'I! )t t. ejl: ,.-' ti o'd, I" .iih-t ,.' 'it. L'IIIltl 'our dollarp
his discharge early next
centered with an artistic arrangement ,. and Arlin Gay who celebratedLabor year
of roses. Flanking the Day by saying "I do" ir He leaves Sept. 18 for
pink
tall burning Nahunta, Ga. Mary Sue won't duty aboard ship off San
centerpiece in were silver holders. AU be returning to school. I hear but Cisco Also heading (' \\' WE'RE HERETO r COME SEE AJ A&P !
white tapers i
appointments on the table i i will join Arlin at Camp Gordon this week was Airman 3-c SERVE f

of the silver. The punch table was: Ga. as soon as they're able to get Phillips who recently Fresh Frozen

were also overlaid with an importedlinen an apartment Arlin was in Fabric & Dope School ( .. with personalized attention, complete / f i
cloth and centered with the the re*>n and recently went I that is) at Chanute Field. III dependable fire insurance protection... r / Ib

bowl set in a bed of coral back into service after working a I He's now at Camp at a SAVING in cost through dividends. CHICKEN GIZZARDS 29C
punch relation) I j Calif., awaiting orders for 'lf'G
vine_ __ and fem. Coral vine and fern while here at Gay's (no /rr1, i
n attractively arranged along Service Station His family :seas Betty Ann says

were the window sills of the hall tc, moved here from Trenton some!I time she pets used to having CONNER & GAY sn us FOR THEINSURAN'E '

further enhance the beauty of the, time ago and his dad is employed I' around "they" yank him \ ANSWER TO YOUR c. ; ;; ) Dressed & Drawn

I at the State Farm again AGENCY I '. .. ,
Betting I
4
INSURMU NEBS ; *
Orie Wiggins mother of| Aunt Carolyn has been to lots of I Bill an' Alycp Graham are .
Mrs. I 116 N. Court Phone 2S3: illfS: F/a./ Gr. A Lb
**
during -j in town still all from ?
the bride-to-be, poured punch candy pullings in her >ounger agog ." FRYERS 59Cr
the tea hours four to six, and hey-days, but :Monday was the wonderful stay in New York rf: .tt1."t.roT : i' ....:.aft, )..
,,(
rendering delightful salon music first time I've ever heard of attending the Legion convention ,,-::&; / \ T-':.
.
was Miss Aliese Lawson at Cpiano a nail-pulling But I the highlights was a pleasant \ \.(. .. J' ;.(,"(. .'-"'.'- .. I -

I that's just how they celebrate, with Mignon and Bill La ......'' .. .... .. '-/ /
Assisting the hostesses in S<'rv. Labor Day down at the Christian at the latter's lovely home at I TIcii --'- ---- Nutley I i
'
ing and caring for their guest! Church site where the old building ham Manor some 45 miles I N !

were the Misses Pattie Lawson! has been torn down to make the city Evidently Bill Jane Parker Lb

Joan Tenly, Agnes Lawson Eloise way for the new Seems' the i looking at the scenery when 0 LEO l E 19C

Thomas, and Faye Lawson I membership gathered to pull nail?1! should have been looking at ANGEL FOOD

Mrs. Maxie Carter and Mrs. T.;< out of the old lumber so it ( road, for they got lost t

Frank Landrum. j be used in the new 'ouk'i rut and took 'em four and a We wish to announce thatG. Large Size

The bride-elect was presentedwith I Among those glimpsed lending r a hours to get there! Sure : i lona Sliced or HalvesPEACHES

a tea pot from her chosen, hand and a hammer were Clyde I a lot of extra scenery J. McGriff Motors has

china pattern from her hostess' and Bessie Colson, Elizabeth I says Bill Hear that '' RING 49C No 2J/2 Can

as a memento of the occasion. j Wynn, Dugger Jones Ed Hicks I Parks, Republican moved to a new location. ; 15C
Invited to call during the appointed N. P. Hicks Fred Jenkins, Leona I II woman served on the ('('(' -

hours were 300 guests. I[I English, Millard Barnes Henry j I committe for General ;(' Strained Baby Food -

Tomlinson and Frank Hemingwav.1 in Jacksonville and Tampa We are now located in the Gerber 3 for 29c -

Miss Epperson !I. Hear that rubbing ,alcohol day and Wednesday I Copeland I
I and Sloan's liniment were much irj Note that McGriff Motors 'art'I !
Married To Mr. Gay :j: use that night I moved into the Green Buick Green Building on Temple i For Salads qt.

.I I occupying the former I Wesson Oil/ 55c Gallon
More attractive new homes are into 89C
Ave. door the Green PURE E LARD
}fr. and Mrs. William J. Ep of. looming on the horizon Vic I ley's Garage quarter . next to i

person announce the marriage and Charlotte Frees are starting i I Harlev has moved his business I Shortening t i .1 Ib can
their daughter, Mary Sue, tc Newsome Buick Co.fifiitJJlT -
build in the Pinehurst subdivision I to the former
Mr [ to I. Snowdrift 8ScLuv I
of
William Arlen Gay. son buildingon Hiwav 16 .
and the Jerry Gays anclearing I
Marshall H. Gay of I, A&P No 303 CanFlakes
Mrs. Maude
and their lot on the new new tenants in the i I
Starke, on Monday, Sept. 1. I I Blanding highway with the same house' at 221 N. Walnut .: Soap Ie:: pkg

purpose in mind June and Thomas C. Brackett family For
WCTU Meeting Sid Shuford will be moving intc I Lake Butler Also a APPLE SAUCE 2 23C

I j their new: home on Lake Butler.I tenant in the Nasworthv ] With Soduim i lye' pkjjRnso
Lovely potted plants and a i highway within a couple of week.; on E. Call-B. Emmanuel of I
and 27
tand supporting National !O Starke (like Topsy) continue? I sonville who's operating a / c

Christian Flags formed the of background the: to grow Hear that Al an? I and tv repair shop Sara G. J. MCGRIFF MOTORSyour I Marcal Colored & White
for the gathering j Kitty Carlisle and family have Hams[ is taking two week: New Fragrant reg 3 for

W C. T. U. members Friday ( burl::' from Western!' Union Ethel I I 23c27c
settled down in Larkspur SUI Life buoy TPkgs
in the Tabernacle An I' PONTIAC dealer
afternoon I of San Francisco) Calif. after wards of Orlando: relieving NAPKINS S 13C

looking around extensively on the Glad to see Eula Mae: Smith
nex.The ; Super Ige I pkg27c
State Conventior STARKE, FLA.PLA4NTATION .
coming West Coast Surely do mis' at Mitchell's fountain J Jl.
in Miami was discussed and delegates I 'em. and hope there's enough Holtzemlorf is taking this I Suds

planning to attend. Mrs tc Barksdale's!' and I L ,_ __' ..' .. __ .-,, ." -__ "_ ,-_ ,
are I Florida sand in their shoes off from : ::: < :> ;: ',::': "2:. >::;_ -. : .;: < : _':< "::. >;- :._:. -::. :
Jennie Thornquest, vice president bring 'em back this way some Rwindall is'filling in for her Toilet Soap 3:j forVhite House Evaporated
the meeting in tlabsence John's!' : It :
presided over Nice to see Agnes
of the President Mrs. N. i I day I personality back on Call ; t : LOrEIJr Octogon9c/ Tall Cans
Sorry to hear that Charier ;
who is away on vacation 'cashiering now at (nova's MILK 3 39C
V Avery '
this week from hi:!
Alter the business session refreshments Fields is home I Son Claude duties at the Jax NAS. nursing Pbad SCENES

were served. (, arm Another ailing Call,I weekend from Northeastern a two weeks'-- :'fif 23c _ _ _--
the
1 stret'ter is Paul Raymond who'sdill through
'
limping from a broken toe received I and Canada He'll work Marvelous! ire pkg lona Garden Sweet

while romping in the poo' Master's!' degree in Public :
DAEU I : Ve// 30c
fall GLASSES
FSU this'
at Smvannee Springs during hi? istration at 303 Cans
> !
!;
is the new 23C

-STAnKE FLA. vacation thi week _is. Ruth Also home Johnson from who NA if?' dition Dot to Epperson the courthouse the School ) ir i : Angel Soft Facial"lye pk PEAS S 2.No

time off to start son Ernest : woiking; : now in Tissue 25c
taking "
5 6 If
,
Fri. Sat. Sept. Si.Srcllcs
department
,
in school See the L. F financial if' r,' ;
DOU1ILE FEATUKE Smiths (Sr.) back from an invigorating Phillips is r'lieoingIan' Our Own
i vacation at their place a*: cashier: at Lovett's this i Make a StOne KOOLADNabisco/

Distant Drums I near Brevard. NT C. Mike Gil, while the latter i is; taking at ')'1.' I '/2 Lb Pkg
I operator 39C
The new
hooly returned Sunday after twiweeks ( off T E A
n
of
Starring Gary C..IM.fIX with his reserve unit al I I1 t i Johns is Terah who's Williams living on "\ 6 Pkgs 2SC !

TKCIIXICOIXMAND Fort Jackson Hear JacVWainwnght pano Lake Beach. Hear the Bet ,.... i
stal
who's been summering
at the Pelican ( ,It'Sf
with the local Coca-Cola plant ma Phi dance I California SeedlessGRAPES
Oklahoma Justice I joined the paratroopers at For 11 t last Saturday was a huge -\

Johnny :Mack Brown ; Bragg on Wednesday (Coup with the sorority clearing' tit Free Lbs

HUH Serial and Cartoon pun Jack that but he'll guess soon I'd be better a Jumpi not ]r Glimpsed$105! for plavground Lola and just Ham' r ( ,"'r I Ritz Crackers E S 2 19C

having
Sun., :Mon.\ Sept. 7, S ooops'i I II around town weeks' t .
I four
'ed from a -
Have you glimpsed; that beautiATTENTION / -
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Ige pkg
AFRICAN New York. Maine and
I Card from Judge Adkin!es, \ > '; With Each o f C 31C _
I 1 .
TREASURE
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stating
still Waynesville. _r _
With Johnny Sheffield leave Sept 9 for a visit in ::. PLANTATIONLIME -- A
Plus 2 Cartoons and News folk with daughter Lois A & IsOwnShortening .

family .. fruits & vegetables
Tues, Sept. 9 ONLY If You Have Also still vacationing 13 f1
oho. since leaving
A very
I'LL SEE YOU PINE OR CYPRESS has be'n"i iting friends ,\t Iceberg Crisp

IN MY DREAMSDanny lanta and College and Park.is Ga t: JULEPMade o EX E 0 ;

TIMBER TO SELL I on to Asheville
Thomas anil Doris DaPlu.i : Rockwood Inn. Bat Cave N. Head

2 Cartoons and News Large or Small Tracts [ she enjoyed seeing the .J 3 Ib can f! : ITIUCELye 19C

1 1i
while there
Wed., Thur. Sept 10, 11 n'e Buy All I Churchwells t with Sea/test/ Sherbet ,
!i pests to return to Stark "

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Oct. 1 Congratulations 7.c $ -/ Yellow
PAY TOP PRICES well-known T Exclusively atDUCKY'S r '"
: N Cooper ..;" _/ -i
The Pretty GirlJoan '! carpenter who observed hi I
O Lbs
birthday anniversary Ausr : 2 17C'j
Caulfield. I obt. CumIX Write or Call Elna't'l1s and Lucy \\ Prices In This; .\d EffertKe: Thru ONION

nuns! brat'vl their birthdays on < Saturday Sept. fi

TECHNICOLOR and Jack Hall whoaa ;; d'

AND B. THOMAS Wednesday ing home from writes Aupburgman that he ..u.if'-.- A&P FOOD STORF Large 'T'riThe

LUMBER CO. on the 15th and e\pe
OPERATION X Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea To
Fory
I Bet h-s: discharge about Oct
PHONE 211 J Entire Content Copyrighted, 1950 AVOCADOES 2 19C
Well seems to be all for
I
With Edward C, Robinson P. 0. Box 735
300 East Call St.
II So lorg See you in the
Flue Latent News STARKE. FLA. >. ., .... ... '
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 195 PAGE FIVE


os. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jackson of i Mr. and Mrs. Comer Long of t Mr. and Mrs T. C. Hazen, Jr | and. file, the original in the nfficef Complaint f will be taken as l'l.ft- ,graph

I Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs I Clewiston! are spending a month'at pent the weekend with Mr. and :i nhef.re the Clerk) if the cr *it Court f. 's.d tV.'U : tin1" '" dax f \. 0:
on the This notice I I 1'IFtl'l
I hall, publlfhet i \tl. .sKAlCleik : \ I .j. I
Blake Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. the S. R Johns cottage or.I Mrs. Dan Hazen in Jacksonville '! 1'th iai ..f *Vp-. ".'" flee. each "ef k f. f( ur sense. ul.xf '' ..f rh, i :
1 I "Ilu rw.-1' thealleB.," fI' if *.tnl v. ks .n the Pradfi rd Cnun'x' T..It l 'I. V. i-, ,
I
I Fred Leonhard on Sunday. : Kingsley Lake. J I Frankie Jean Conner has re-1 I 11 u.i' \ I I' I', \ I

! i Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell returned Mrs. Ruth Hunt of Detroit I turned to her home in Tyler. Tex. ,

home last Friday after twc Mich% spent last week as the >II as after spending the summer i

THE NEWS f i weeks vacation in Saluda. X. C. guest: of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beam I j I with his grandparents. Mi and ,
C.-IN :
I Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberlyof :Mrs.: G. B. Conner. Play refreshed better

the weekat Radar Seaman John "Pat" Casey .1)laJ
I - - - ---- I daughter. Mary Rivers and Mr. Mulberry spent past .

|and Mrs. Rivers Buford of Tallahassee their home on Church street of the U. S. S. Basilone ir. I
Mr. and Mrs William S. Colson f lynn had as guests during the: Norfolk
spent the weekend atDaytona and visiting friends and relative spent the holiday week
and children spent the weekendin long weekend Morn Williams I' end with his wife and parent I,

Starke with relatives.Mr. ( and Ashley Barker of Waycross I Beach. here.Miss 1 I I
I Mr. and Mrs Warner Hoopes of : Shirley Colley of Wash
and Mrs. Charles Knightof i Ga., Barbara Wilson of Lie Oak, I here.Mr.
St. Petersburg; spent three day ington. D. C. is home on a month' : and :Mrs.: Nate Dyal and
Gainesville were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Bairett I
I last week with Mr. and Mrs vacation with her mother Mrs sons. Mrs. T. L. Casey and frsBt'ryl
and Mrs. D. E. Knight and HollisV lof Atlanta Ga. The Barrett j I Casey .
Fred Leonhard. M. H. Colley. i spent Sunday sightseeing
home Mrs. Barrett'rmother I
Knight on Sunday.Mrs. brought
I Ka Duncan will rcturr" Mr. and :Mrs.: Leroy Smith and around St. Augustine. I1'Cast'Y's !\
E. F. Pomeroy Sr. and Mrs.I Mrs. Eunice Newsome, per
sister. Mrs E. T. Vestalof
family of Clearwater have moved
Jack Briggs of Jacksonville were who has been visiting them for i home Saturday from summer ;
school and a .wp k's vacation in into one of the Townsend home Jacksonville returned for the f7
J. M. several weeks.
weekend guests of Mrs. with them. $ b)
Banner Elk N. C. on Kingsley Lake Mr Smith i if holiday bra > {
Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Merrill McMillan /
I ; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott ha(' employed at Camp Blanding.Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillipsand of Aiken S. C. spent the Labor :' < ne It l
| as guests last Friday Mr. an(' J. H. Fields spent from t i. ? **
son, Neil spent the weekendin Day weekend in Starke with Mr. NOTICE TO .MrnuiIn : I y i
Mr. and : Mrs. Walter Glatzau of Deland Wednesday to Monday with her Circuit ('''''Fl. Itrndford Count,
with
Winter Haven and Mrs. H. 1... Hough.Mr. Kl'irfiln In I'hnncrrr.Tlolf vV
Mrs. Sammie Butler. I I and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glatzar sister:: Mrs. \\'. H. Ford in Cocoa. ; i->s. 14. l'l.dnl Iff. x-. Fl-'ten.'.' I / 1. .

Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns and Mrs. H. A. Conner and 'and son. Tim of Deland over the Mrs. Fields brought home with I UOM dl. G. f. n.l.iiit r.
children have returned to their ''a-.- X.. fn2Notice :
and daughter Markleyann, re : weekend. her two nieces Margie and Bar ; : To tppenr.T .

turned home Saturday from twc home in Tyler. Texas after visitingMr. 1 :Mrs. Stella Haisten of Washing bara Whitesides of New Smyrna .'. Kl"i' .-ni'- .I IJ..s. h. xiho-t. reidem
ConnE>r's parents Mr. and : e and iddi! < s ,ix s1::; I'.iuhSti
weeks vacation in Boone and I ton. D. C. and Mrs. Theo Hammond who are !'pendingthe week here. -.-t, linden New Jersey. iv

N. C. Mrs. G. C. Conner and friend '[ of Winter Havenverf :Mr.: and Mrs. C. A. Knight re. ':, You are hereby notified that a 1
Waynesville
suit 'or Divorce has been flied
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gills of I here. 1 guests of the J. E. Hardy family turned home last Friday from i against you in the above named I,

Gainesville were Sunday guests of Friends of Mrs Edward Burn and the Charles! Hardy family last .two weeks' vacation in Waynes-1 I Court and cause and you are required '

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land. will regret to hear of the deathof i' Friday. The Hardys and theirI ville and Asheville N. C. Mr. and I or to pleading serve a copy to the of complaint your answer "j I Ir )

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and her mother. Mrs. R. A. Barrettin I guests! along with Mr. and Mrs Mrs H. C. Ritch were Labor Day: on Frank the LiidrIII.Plalnllff'tt..rn"r.. Markrids.( T.. -

children will spend the weekendin Dallas. Texas on Tuesday.! Mrs. I D. P. Hardy of Hampton. Mr. anc'Mrs. guests of Mr and Mrs Knight at and (ii.th" oiiKinal in the offset, I >'

visiting Mr. and Mrs Burns flew to Dallas on Tuesday.! l[ W. H. Bryan and family and their Santa Fe lake home I..f the r'lerk i of the t'ir. ..mt C.iiittmi if 1 1s
Mayo
:
or hefoie the 22: day of September .
Robert Lancaster and Mrs. Francis ,I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flynn spent Mrs. Charles Hardy. Sr. of Gainesville :, For :Sale' -Cut flo\\t'r". Clirysanthemiims II! ".:J. oth.-rxxi-e, ih- allegations ,

Land. I the weekend at their camp at : enjoyed a hamburger fry in all colors, also irpots. of said 'oinplaint will betaken <:.
i as, i ..nf..d, I.y >".>u {4.
For Sale Buell's hybrid gloxinia :: I I Hewitt Lake. Friday evening at the J. E K. "'. Young Christian st This notice shall be published I

bulbs, and senl. Time to plant i I Mr. and Mrs John Andersonwere Ha rI',"s. Mr and Mrs C A. Geiger and once veeks each week In the for Bradford four consecutive Count). j' .

now R. F. Young Christian St guests of L. M Gaines and Mi and Mr*. E.1.. Davis and son. :Nelson!' of Green Cove Sprints Telegraph
P. E Dated 'hi* :J II ila.X of .\llglist Ha:2OFFICIAL \
Anderson and Mrs. 1 weekend of Mr and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. Mrs Ruby Johns on Santa Flake Mamie were guests ,
( SEAL) A J. Thomas-
and son, John and daughter, Eve- over the weekend Stone of Archer returned home Mrs J. D. Doyle The Doles. ac- Clerk of the Circuit Court i""'" .

'" Thursday of last week from a ('(lmpan -d the Geigers home and Rx. :M.inin L "'I 1'1.L) 1 >."pi.'x, r'l...ik \ ,
N Jl1 4t 1Nuiiri I 1-:! .
'U ten datrip trough the Fmokev visited Mr Doyle's mother. Mr*. I j I

and Cumberland Mountains and Annie L. Doyle on Monday. I. 'I I .. J

I other: points of interest in that 1 Mrs. J it. Vickers and children I ., ,: '
THEATRE : 'In \rri\u: .' ;
\'virmitv returned home last week after In Circuit ('.'"rt, llri.ll..r ('''''lit,. I,' ".' I .. ,.

I STARKE M and Mrs Comer Long ane' spending! eight weeks with Mrs. : Erick I'liiriilnt Lar In....("'.h.incrr.i.Tlaintiff \ (Clara Ir I i ,.i ( ./ ;I'.1 .,

Richard Long of Clewiston spent Vickers' mother in Folkston. Ga. Kl..in.. t. l.ai-on" I'..ft'nd.intCJI \/ 1 1. ,, ; i

Dedicated To Community Service the weekend with Mrs. F. H. Long: :j :Mr: and Mrs I. P. Shepherd ': Notice T.. .\pprnr.T >H X.i. 'r:2: : :! ; '. {( / ./l'/ \\

"Movies Are Better Than E\er" Mr and Mrs.! Bill Long of Gainesville : Jr. and children of Newman, Ga. ... ".'.. Clan I "'lur..n. a I..II-M. xx box. U: I i l ,I'J. i
r -i pent Sunday with Mrs. Long'IInd are spending two weeks with the: i
i AXHIUH1ljp, NVxxYork. : t Ir
Sun., Mon. Sept. 7, 8 Thur., Fri. Sept. 11, 12 also! with the T. T. Longs senor' Shepherds.Mr. You for are hereby notified that a I

Mr and Mis C: H. N'acworthy and Mrs. E F. Miles spent suit Divorce I
of( i
; FBI NABS SPY RING and Col and Mrs. James A. Griffin -I the weekend in Warner Robbins, has been filed against you In the I 1 'I af
allonall1pd
weeks vacation Miles' mother. Court and aur-e and
are taking two Ga. visiting Mrs. I
you are required to serve a copy of
;, .t tariY..wr4n tour through the Northeast : Mrs. A. I. Brown. jour answer or pleading to thrl I

} IrasaLD.,1.1 1 Mrs E. K. Prrr\man is visitingh : Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Brown andlaughter. .mplaint on Neal the I> Kxan-l'lsintIff'sAttorney. JI! i at

d Pt C. F Sayles in Vicksburg. Miss 101 Law r
sister, Mrs ( Pam of Ex'hang. ] ljd': | \

Little Switzerland, N C. were Monday guests of Mr. and And Jark-onx'llle file' the' original, Flu In III.I the .
C E A Miss Hazel Phillips spent thE.k..nd Mrs L. J. Green. the Clerk of the Chum t', u. '
) 5 TI or before the '
J .... Gainpwil1e'i5iting Ritch is visiting her in
in Mrs Carrie a every
,
t w
:I IpN :22! her sister Miss Elizabeth PhillipsMr son and famllv. Mr and Mrs. N. otherwise the allegation.

and Mrs. D. T. Clark of T. Ritch in Miami for two weeks. ed Complaint by you will be taken .1- and that"s tin- turn

Miami :are gests of Mr- and :MrsJ : Mr and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and This notice i shall I.>.. ]I' ,i'' H. "
once each seek for four "n-
l'ain vrlght. children of Jacksonville were La- weeks in the Bradford C.'m\. T.I for an {, >-colcl Mottle ol iota-Cola.: (
1 y wane Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Harris bor Day weekend guests of Mr graph.

.. and children and Mrs. L. O. Woods and Mrs. Sam Antlt'rson.I (OFFICIAL Dated thi1 SEAL 1 Iv day) of A .\J." h
i T
) "mass
4 ka..pnhalr." kcfnlM to iHtCtvcOl Ihf CH ohoy Such
(t tl|* NMMI tan IH L....I tail Fnte t> U. MMj.r.l ''of Fa\ innah. Ga. were weekend and Mrs. James Reddish Clerk of the Circuit (Com ( guoclnC'ss-such taste.
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a.aw. II IN Ii Dew M "1. Py :Marian L 'I .."Iy.| J.>. |I"ui Is I ,
guests of Mr. and Mis. Ewell Lawson and son. Gnof Valdosta, Ga i ,
l'lu .Snow: Time Fur Corned t I i -J roiici
{) ; ) Mrs Lawson and guests spent \\'pre'isitlnrr Roy Turner and 6 25
Cartoon I \: : 10 .11'I'1IItIn :
Bottle
last Friday at Silver Springs Man- Ella Turner on Sunday. Circuit Court, llrndforj ('..unt, Carton

i :MRS. I) I Mr and Mrs."Tim Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone and I'lori.ln In Chnnrrrr.I .
L. SILCOX Plus .
; : i; llainm. !Plaintiff \ I L': ;1.1 M.- Deposit
a j\! dau hter. Barbara of Gaine their guests! Mr and Mrs. Dris-:: C;< .. ll.innn. 1'>,f. ,ml.ml
month 'dye. \o 9T1SNotice I BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COtA COMPANY IV
I'J: Sat. Sept. 13: ONLY ville are vacationing for a coil Handlev Lakeland. pent I
: I Toppcnr..
Hut ,
'u t Box Cartoon at the Burnett home on Kingsley Sunday at Silver Springs and Mon- To: Ktta: :M...;ie.' Tlainin. \\ liovirevultn. STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
anti Latest News' Bid; DOl'HLE> FEATURE I .... ,
lake. day at Jacksonville! Beach. j .mil! addr.I I i- link 'ow uYou II|
are hereby notified that a 1932. THE COCA COlA COMPANY
Christmas and children Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid.ileton
Mrs J. A. suit for r
MRS. T. T. LONG I
THE have returned home after and Miss Madge :Middleton: spent:' Din>fCfo. I'
has been filed against you in Mi.
Tues. Wed. spending three weeks in Brunswick the weekend at their camp at above named Court and taws and | ._. .. .
Sept. 9, 10FRONTIER Ga. with Mrs Christmas' Cedar Keys you are required to serve a <.opx.. ..f f' :. : _. ;Wl'n- -, : .' : .- : !: :jfJt1".
your answer or pleading to tli
1D mother Mrs E. E. Gunter. wherf'centh' Mr. and Mr!'. B. W. Davis of complaint on the PlannU',
pHANTOM amputated Ga. guests' Attorney A Z Adkin-. .li '
*! had her foot Warner Robbins were .
"ti l.D '' $E First Axeruie, {:.llIt. .11.'
Other members of the family whc of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn. Jr.1 Florida. Special rTill;
r at
l Skounng
with Mrs. Gunter were Mr and family from Saturday to Mon-1!and file the original in the off M ,. '.fthe I KOCH'S
AND were '
: f I CJ -rk of (he Cm nit { ''III t "Ii'
and Mrs. L. F. Gunter and children day. They all spent Sunday at or before the
la. Mr and II j jI lT.th day of Scptemb. r. l'<"'.
; of Des Moines Jacksonville Beach .
l otherwise the allegation' <.r -i()
qp FAMILY" i Mrs A. W. Chapman of Port I Mr and Mrs. Harry Tyus and : Complaint will > e taken a-- ?.nf. ..- ( .

Clinton Ohio and Mrs. Jt-we1! daughter Imogene. of Chattahoo-1' cd This by you.notice shall by published

!'Andrews of Marianna. I rhee spent the weekend with Mr : once each week for four conseiutixt ,

SECRET :I 1 Mr and Mrs W. W Cair.es. Jr and Mrs. H K Tv'rus.Mr. I II : wefks graph. in the P.ridford Ci.unty T.-e- I' N W << } -

I and family spent the weekend at I, and Mr!'. Ben Rowland. Mr.I I'I II Dat.d this, 14 day ..Augn-t !1"-..'. peA.14t&OpftLe
I II OFFICIAL SEAL) J Thon.a- '!
( A.
Plus "Hush : : Cartoon and Mrs and Mr j
\1) Mouse" Ormond Beach with Mr. I and Mrs. Tom Meisereau | Clerk of the Circuit four' I II'.y

MIM "Of The I String" Cartoon and (,hal". 8 "Fljing Disc :Man" R. P. Miller. 1 and Mrs. J. R Kelly and Mr. and Marian '.. (l usly, P. purl .'Nik] "
>' 1 1., 4' '
and Latent News! :SerialIF Mr. and Mrs B. C. Holtzen | Mrs. Hugh Haven of Gainesville ,i

doif. Sr. will spend the weekend here fishing at Cedar Keys Labor ; NOTIfi: 1"nI'PI: \Il
YO.U FIND YOUR NAME; CONCEALED IN TI1K BLINDING In Circuit ('"urt. llrn j jI
in :Miami where they will attend Day I .
DRIVE IN OR FLORIDA THEATRE ADS CUT AD OUT AND PRESENT rioridni In Chnncerr.I.illv :
the wedding of their fon. B. C I il r. and Mrs L. S. Hutto hadi FMeito Ranhez l'l."n' ( "
IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FREE TICKETS N..i man ISanur.z U.I! I. n.l. .in',
Holtzendorf, Jr. to Harriet Danielon : i, guests.(In Labor Day, Mr. and I II Carr No '.' ,1'!

Saturday afternoon Sept. 6. at I Mrs T. F. Hutto and family of ,iI. Notice To .\pprnrTo .
'I. X..rinan U.inni'Z. xxli'1den. -' < ,
4 o'clock the Presbyterian Jacksonville and other member
In I e and address, i I" li"; I.,: "'v'.li
BLANDING DRIVEIN I church Miami I lof their family from Starke dnr- Sti.et. New York X.w 1 c'lKYou | SO
(
I ing which they celebrated the suit for ale hereby riutifitd Mi".it .1 I 6 btauti l, jpn clsJon-rriajd! (lP wJuM: u to 9500tarh& up

I j joint birthdays of Edna \\'pl1s.1| luxoi.e. ear(. ttistodx .niltrol
Dedicated To : AreCommunity ., ,
\ ) f minor .hildienhas
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( I I fell Sept. 31! .
! THEATRElolt' rI whose birthday on been filed against y<.u .r., !1..
and Irene Hutto. whose birthday ,: above named Court and .auend': Parker "51'
Senlce A MAKTIN TIIEATKE Than Kxer: 1 Y"u are required to erxe a <" ,'I"i "f new Finest at any price:
2S. i ..
fell ,
on Aug !
xoiir answer or pleading t.1 tb xclusive Aero
-One Mile East! of Starke on New Blanding Highway Kij "Shorty"AUTO Mrs. May me I. Toomey has returned (.omplKint <'n tb<. IM.iint ff. .. metric Ink System S15 0 0
-\tt"ln. x T. Ki, ., h. 1.1' "' r1
with i; y Plathemumtippednew ) I
home after a visit :<-.uV. FI! > 'daTelevision & C-- .
-c:::::;:;; 14K gold
ht'r brother. Earl Kerr and family __ p. point. /
BOX
OFFICE OPENS 6:151..1. SHOW STARTS 7:13 P.M.: '
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of Chicago and :Mr: and Mrs \Vm
OPEN EVEIlYIGIIT RAIN OK SHINE
[ WASH | Withers of Melrose Park HI. anda

Look for FREE Passes in Our Boxes of Delicious ]Hot trip to Spooner. Wis She w.i- Tips Parker 51" Special I

Fresh Popcorn Children Under 12 Free if with Parents. k ret m Jacksonville and spent the features Has many Octamum"( I 1"

Come Early and See Complete Show Before 9) P.M.: weekend with her daughter Mis By -- ._ -= point Mriertd ink 0- 5

Ruth Tor-pins and ,grand daught..> ..; :'-j (low Visible' ink ] I21"
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supply.
Fri. Mavme Eileen CHARLESPlflYfft5 _
Sat. Sept. 5. G Mon.. Tues. Sept. 1'9\'

Mrs P S. Crew. Mr \\' c

3 Crews and William anti M -
son -

GREGORY ..- and Mrs. Leon Ellingion and ,
GENE 11ERNEY ri.(1Il 1- ? Parker Custom Only pen *iih gold- "
I 'The windows were already daughter attended the birth<)a\ .. new filled cap at any "

: PECK, i #a ak DANA ACLIFTON NDREWS clean !'' : dinner for Mrs Emma Rivers ir --, -- price where 12K near t oldj the- 6W'$ 0 0 w

WEBS .... ,. .. Auburndale Sunday. !I. hued cap and clip I ,
The Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner a','! tRIDGE ARE i UKE __':- '-=--= = -==. _-==-- plus all "21" pre. '
as It's very 4>i>\iou.' that our auto POLITICIANS cuIin features /
daughter Peggy Ann of Sylvan ------
wa.hing.errice is tops, we eta THEY TELL 1 YOU HOW
r Ga spent Labor Day weekendwith !
"J1inin example.YTTTYT BUT CflN'T DO IT
nIghter !
Mr. and Mrs. L. L Cornerand -

other relatives. 1'1 new Parker "21" Deluxe Exclusive "21" rea-

i > -fTTTTTTTTTTTTT lures metered
MitlARO MIICHEU 4Qi-- j Mrs Frazier J. Shaw and Mr .- ink flow fast S.

Directed by Prodjced bf LIBBY/ Ovid D. Bennett spent Thursday L.t '"! '..Iic: _- easy filling 750 I :J
.dP"JII __
solid
__ plus engrave
HENRUINCJUNWlYJOHIiSONAlso In Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs S .
metal ,
with t ) mg on cap
Carl Lamar Johns. t
".\'rdinand The Bull" J
YIMCENI_ .._PRICE_ Sales & Service/ I rte.l
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Cartoon Mr. and Mrs Clarence Scoff and! c.

AK loom and Bird"! Cartoon son Robert of Clearwater spentSunday tr "
Parker 21
kAAAAAAAA A.A...AAA.J ( 1 new Miracle-metal OcUniura -
R. H. CREEXJR.: with the Frazier J Shaw 1 point .
FKED CIT kaiser Frazer henryJDEALERSHIP family. I l.p-on cap new S 7 5

Sun. Sept. 7 ONLY ".'_ -- r ink flow control for ( 5
Wed., Thur. Sept. 10. 11 : 1. l .
steady, noskipline. /
H. L Hough attended the fun" r : : :
I Temple Ave. Ph. 32 i .
ETS iNt 616 WFt 1:1 f\O'C. .:r" ":!iII' -, -"- aJ of, his brother. M M Houghin

un1YAl. YfAfI I tIUt"t Asher last Thursday /7.
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(1f.6.I's( .I.We're .
,....., & new Parkette An outstanding 7' '\ ,
We're
guilty. tellingyou
/ .:"t IIWI..I.! 1 HERD CATTLE FOR SALE how value. True Parker S 5 0 \
.., .-.l"'J I to sate monf'y-; Smooth- (
---- gliding
Iff.,1 L :j point StiiaIcss
trade with us. ) ,3
1 ''' ...Twl..,4C Cr '1 -_ _- cap ) I
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\. 50 OR 60 HEAD :
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::-..=. ) : GtOGCCLRSH1N ;,
\ \/ -: .'. ".aa"s .1 i iTp .1I Cows and Calves Cows, Open and Bred

I : .1 :: GENE wO KELLY aR Heifers Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed

RE AFlERSF & ::1 I
% LESLIE CARON
: x . Can Be Seen At
1 I vv.ic. '' t. ..j 4 4UN

'u--\I'T' C I Koch Drug StorePhone
RADIO & TV
,-" (- ,. .- SANTA FE STOCK FARM

Plus Hare Raising Tale" ..;-..-_ .. .... .:. Sales and Service I
\ Located On Road IS Near Starke II
Cartoon PIu"Chtnv Hound" Cartoon I
JOHN H. DENMARK STARKE, FLA. Ph 239 Starke i' 53 Starke, Fla.r .


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER i, )In.52
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAA& \ dence and address \I.: Unknown. confessed by you 1 I Stuart r.f.nda"lt Bass 3 I: Clark Buildmp. Ja'k-"n. Iv Mai .an T <'r,-hy. D, pn'cl rk pany under whi< h we i

YYYYYYYYYTyyyyyyyyyyyyf 1 This notice shall ',1 J1'lfhEd Ca-e No 5-339 \'llFlorida., and file the original! !t. 2't 4 19 I in 1'iiMnt '.' at >00 T,-'i'.
You are hereby notified that a of the Cl. Mtrkt. Fla That
I once each week for four ( 1 I in thf .riet -rk of the the .'
cult for Divorce has teen filed i tive weeks in the Bradford County Notice To Appear. Cinmt on or 1..Cur. the "'' tin 'ltd ..nairl I'USJi.i

PINE BAYLESS % against you in the above Telegraph To James Stuart 'hl'H resident f j I cay of September. 1'S2.; otherwi-e \OriCK (>P INTKMION TO I flllll.W >
LEVEL and addre iIC1C < 'ulun.lii.1. Palo i iCalifornia : : \ NVME Cb.ii, Hard
aid Stark-
allegations of Cumplaint > ,
HWAYi ed Court and cauSe and you IiHlrd tlm IT day of .August, 19S2 thl lua.nn111
I quired to serve a copy of }' nam'I'I (OFFICIAL EAU) A. J ThonusClerk i' Alto, : will t>c taken as confe..scd by )ou. X"II'( I. btr.hy given that the third Interest;
hereby notified that a under the provisiotu- l> URlas I* Har.ly I1.-,
Yen are :
By Mrs. O. E. swer or pleading to the of the Circuit Court This notice shall be published Intr"ItIf. '
By Mrs. II. M. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. : suit fur divorce and rt-stotratmn (.f Chapter !( ... Law.f Florida r>--third mUTf ,
plaint on the Plalntf's Attorney. I J" Marian L. CrostDeputy Clerk I II i I once each week for four consecutive '
: Ad" cf l'!<41. will with theI J E Hardy. t"--,.
I i maiden name has filed n.gi.t"r
Frank Florida.
T. tarkt 2S if/19 I t.n i weeks in the Bradford County Tele
| AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and file the original in the office 4 against you in the aL vt named ', graph. I clerk of the Circuit. Couit in and third intr, -
\ Court and cause and you are re- for I'radf.'rul Ci>unt> State of Florida I'.it.ii tl -
I of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton TO \PPKtll
i Don't forget church services at OTIP I Dated this 2 day of August, 1952 i ''C i'i.'ot ..f pnblua- Al' I"'..' .
j :
217 Attend Chur.hWe or L.fort the 29 day of In .. Hradfor-l County. I quired to !fn'f a copy of your answer upon ..I.I e
Clrr.1 J. Thoira.- of thus the t. I ( 1 I. .
Bayless Hiway Baptist church 1 ber 1932: uth.rwi.t the fvt.m-I Florida: Chancery. or pleadIng t" the complaint :: OFFICIAL SEAL A tin i ".tl't. .11.1"nall LUIltV
had good attendance at the Court Hard' Brothers Motm i'i.n.-
of Complaint will be Ethel St hat 1. Ilaol.f. s Janic" on the Plaintiffs Attorne Lloyd Clerk of Clr'li nf }
at a.m i ai'
next Sunday. Preaching 1 ---
Pine Level church Sunday --
Baptist
morning with 217 in Sunday and 8 p.m. by the pastor. Rev. J I Proposed Constitutional Amendments To Be Voted On Nov ember .1th, 1932
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E. Ladd. Sunday school every provide ty general or .IM*< ,tal Inw the [: So. SSFS'ATF I said county I is f't '5ie J V. _
I' NOTICE OF ELECTION certificates tonal! offices of Justice fcer.-by cieated.I .
School. Ipatton a l. .n author- I !Imanner In which aiiv county n iform I the Court i f I P.. t -
10:15 am4 WT1KKKA.S. The Le of 1951.tiixlrr lied I term extending onlv to the first RKSOI.rmO ?
at lMa-ure a JOIVT NO
of Level Sunday morning | I Its own charter. Any en i'ij, chartf i l> a County ho,.. E-
The young people Pine the Constitution rj liss, if the, (2> To establish and mamfi'n Cslnktng Tuesday after the first, Monday in A Joint R-sOut"ln! Proposinf An of the t.ikinR effect
designate the the nI
7:300 The may na'ne of countvVepulate s.
church returned Friday night Training Union at : p.m. I State of FI..rida did pa..'Joint Resolutions fund or funds to n et-t future January fcllowir.g the next luctldlne the power duties and Jurisdution Amendment Tr Art.. "la V Of The Constitution I ment shall become such :\ '

the public is invited to attend all the proposing nmendmi-rts to the requirements for debt service cr reserves eeneral election. A !successor to earn cf all county and i Of The !''te Of Florida BvAdding Circuit Judge and shall r
after spending two weeks at n titunn| of therefor bonds vehicle .Tnst'ce' shall be elected offu-ers.
i the State of Florida on or motor such additional designate their ciassps. terms, and A New SC'lon Thereto To Be until the time at which hu:
Fundamental Baptist Youth Campat services. and the same were aereed to bv a vote tax anticipation certificates issued ly the qualified electors rf the jurisdiction and provide the manner Xumherll Bv The S/vretnTr Of State. Judge of the Court of Reo r.'

and vacatu- j of three.fifths, of 11 the member* on behalf of the Board of Public State at the time and 1la"fI of voting .rf their selection and compensation, Relating 0 Ahnii!, hine The Office O for cambia County expire "

Bedford Lake. The report was Well, boys girls. "''Ctfd to each hou. : that the vote Instruction of such county under the for member of the Legislature at the provided. however, that no such charJter County Solicitor In Dade '"otintv ter such additional Judge of t' ,

that they had a wonderful time. time is o\er. You must now gather ,, rn said joint Resolution were entered authority hereof whenever the State next succeeding peneral election following shall Impair the powers and Juris- ida. And the Put"- Of T Stat Attorney cult Court of Ecambii Co:-
upon their rf.peth'l Journal. with Board shall dfcm It necessary or advisable such appointment; one o' fliction of created Of Pade Coimtv. Florida And be selected In the
notebooks. any court by the tame r t'
who attended from here your old and new the and In such and fir term oftwo his| A--' And The
Those up vea and nays thereon an.llthevdid amcunts whom !hll be elected a vonstitution, or the Judge or Judees tint s..t. ttornn, other Circuit Judges are seV '

were Glenda Crosby. Sherley Mc pencils, etc. and trek off to the : determine and dirert that the' Mid under such term an' ronditon. a! vears. one for a turn of four thereof or the County Board rf Public Appointment .f Such .\.'tant State cept that if selected bv .te

Little Jn'nt RI.olutlnn. he submitted to the the State Board in ( vear.. and one for a term of six vears Instruction No county charter shall Attirnevn.,1 Special; In\.tcltor. shall be selected bv the qa'li' _
Rae, Elizabeth Jackson Iris halls of higher learning. C"tnr. of th. Plate 8 'he Cnneral dpterlnl. Thpr.aftCl. the u1''r.r to pat such affect the levy imposition or collectionof And For The Enactment. Of Enabling tors of Escamh County. H -

Clough. Arley McRae. Julia Jackson Yvon Conner is the new addition II ] flpi'tinn'nernhr 4th 19"JVOW. (lii To dl.I.lbut. annually to the additional Jpstife "Ial l. ellct for any taI prescribed by general law Statutl! ide In Rscambia County Irt -
i THF'FFOTF. I. R A. rn *T. several Boards of T1liC Instruction 0' a term of six years for state purposes. The RF IT HEcnr vrn nT TIIF T.CGI". within such county, have l' < -

Winnie Hodges, Roman Alva I this )E'a to the first grade from I P-eretarv tf Iall 'atl of For'i the counties for payment rf fc) Except s* provided In s-hsec- authorize the adoption LICI"latlrl of charters may by T'TI'RF OF THE STATE OF era and perform all the d :' s _

Jc also little Julian f'a do herehv .h'l notice! that debt service on bonds heretofore or t'on (hi hereof earn. Justice rf the the several counties at a een are or may b* nrovlded cr rrp. .
rez, Lamar Clough, Betty I our community, 1 CEVF.RAT. FI.FTln' hereafter issued hy any such Board Supreme Court sha'1 be elected for asixveir eral or special election 'frlar. That Article. V of the C.inttnton! I hv the Constitution or bv Statr.: .

Starling. Carol Johnson Norman Jones. .'I he held in each Cnuntv Fo'MI where the proceeds of the bonds were term bv the rmalified e'ec- may be altered or amendel .onlv bv the nf the State of Florida be amended all statutes concernlne Clrcn" 1

Tuesday next "succeeding th. Cir.t used, or are to he used 'n the construction tons of the State I the time *ntnlaces method which they were hy adding' an additional section therein shall apply to him He shall h <

Gonzalez and Gerald Crosby. j We went to see our son Sherman -! Monday In November A. !>. 195!. the 8cul.itlon. improvement.enlargement. ofotin? members of theL4'cislature nntwithllant'1 *nv'other provision a"n"llt. I to be numbered bY the Secretary fire for six '<> *-Cars and shn" rr ..''
aid Tneedav thePOfRTH ,. furnishinp. rr enuirpinc at the general e'ectio" -f and the same I Is hereby
and who is still a : h"'n. Fta. the same salary ant gllowir '. '
Sunday last Consitution
Mrs. A. H. Saturday
Mr. and HAT OF NOVEMBFTl of capital outlav proi"lt! In such next" Trlrff1il'the einira'''on of each to and shall be submitted to expense ** other Circuit Jude*"

children Sherley James and Unaj j patent at St. Luke's hospital. He I for the ratification nr relectlon ft the countv. and which capital outlay proJect term Iulh .Ci.l: provided thr* in No. 4fiorsE I the elector of the State of Florida Escambia County but the ip .

aid Joint Resnlntlnn nrnnnsineAmendment. .have been approved by the Boardof e\e"t of a vacancy t"l rf';>e for ratification or rejection at the reneral be paid bv the County of F. '
Lee of Pensacola,' were visiting is doing fine but will still be hospitalized to the Constitution cf Public Instruction of the courtv t ttI nny Justice end there be sn vnexptred JOIVT RFO!.I'TTO""0. <'s I' election to he held en the first out of the reneml revenue r'nr-q ..1county.

the H.!'! McRaes last week while j for a while. Sherman says i the State of Florida.lz( : pursuant to a survey cr "urvevson. term the successor shell be Joint Rp.(1uto' Toneinl AnAmln.lmlnt Tuesday after the flu-ct Monday In pries* and until te ', -..
ducted subsequent to JUlY 1. 1947 In elected only for the balance of the To Art'cle \ ''. Constitution November. 19S! is folliw- ture provides otherwise bv h '
attending the Fellowship meeting he appreciates all cards and let. No.1VATF the County. under reflations Prescribed unexpired; term Of The State of Florida BvAddinp Section -. O and after J'lly 1l hall be an additional otficIut* I

at Pine Level church ters that he gets. His address is by the State Board to determine !..to.! 3 J"",..: niia'if'e-t'on Non To Thereto An Addit'onal Section 'r,3. the AtO..I" Cf'"the Reporter of the Circuit Court P
JOINT RHROI-TTTION NO the capital outlay needs of the rsnn shill ever be appointed or elected Be Numbered 1 The Secretary Of Eleen'h .Tudiciil (I..ult ami for f-ambia County aid the nffl.-iil .

and Thursday. V-edneSdY\\ Rom 186. St. Luke's Hospital. 106A county. cs n Jri'tice of the Sunrem CnirtT fttf. Providing "r An Additional Dad ('nlnt". Florida shill b. the Reporter of the Court of Revcr I -

JOINT nF O.T"TTO' Propolnr The State nOrl shnfl have rower Jndre ofi Circuit Court or Crlnvml Irut! Judre For The Secon.1 Judicial ""o..ut'nl attorney of the Crimina1Court for RscimMa Conntv holding u'

Mrs. Crosby Jackson.ie. *n Amendment Artll. XI of the at the time |ssuance of Inv bond (Court who I I" not it 'least twentvfiveyears Circuit Embraclne The State Capital of Record and 'h. Court of "tion at the tIme of the tik
Mon State ('onctitutton. theretoSection by any Board Public Instruction of citizen' and resident of To Assist In The Pispositioti Of A Crime*, of Pid Conntv snd office i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick} The J. Kellys returned ,< o ""p. n T, tl. feet of th s men'tmept d.c'1 >
R IS. Trnvldinl That Part Of tn covenant and a"r"l with such nondi end sn n""rnl' it 'iw dulv irge Vi"um. Of T itieaf-in' Tnvolvln-r of County nl.itor. and flp tII. 'tich idditlonil offIcIal Cour' Iter ;

and daughter Kathy were visiting day from a two weeks vacationat I The Revenue flrh'.d From Th. T.i- Board a* to the rank anI priority of licensed to practice In Florldi The St.ite. Or Officer Thereof. His lion of A! of said ((mull Conrt '

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby at the cottage on Kings- cen'lnp of Mnlr "phICI,! hal Tie nl"mEnt' to be different Section 4 Supreme Cn.rf (,onimDivision : Towers And Duties And Further Pro- Dade Courtv ..')1 and abol''hei1 and and nnles otherwl* nroyl let '
Ferryman \ "V 11) For Capital Outlay! ICCUPS of b.nd. tinder thi Subsection ; : Chief Justice. Selection. tiding For The .'"noinlm.nt Rv The. terminated and. ther" & the St"tf "'1 s'ati'fes concerning 'he "

Broker Sunday. We are sorry tc ley Lake. Service rhol Purnn.q snd TYescrihlne (3). and may agree that anv Prwer and Pute| Covernor And C.pfirmaM"n Bv The Attorney and h!. A'isfant Sfit* Attornevs r-cuit Court Reporter shall n-

had to re The Method Of Distribution amount to he distributed under this (n) A m-'loritv of the .Tn, "Hre! of the Senate Of The First 11 Circuit under hi* direction shall nerforni h
hear that Mrs. Crosby J. R and H. B. Kelly. Ben Rowland | 'And l's. Thereof. Subsection f3> m">v b. pledged for the 'nnreme Cir* shll .""t'tH.. q'io. JU'1". And It'. V i't'n .frf tifTBE ill of the dutie and f'n.tion. im.cI A'teythe Plr*' Tuesday -

turn to the hospital in Gainesville and Mersereau enjoyed '! TE IT UEPOTATr n? TTIF T.rGT debt service on bond* iss-ifj bv snv rum for the ili!nntch of h".1 tnes. ev.or IT RESI oT.vvn BY EGT. rt off.ce h"rltoCnr. p .fnr"1' bv ther.tnntv First Monday In Jinna- i

Tommy 1 J \TT-PF OF TIE STATE OF Board rt Pnblic Ins rl.tlr' nn.l for >t -1 hereinafter pro\ded: in the T.ATJ'Pr OF THE STATE OF Solicitor' P.irl-nc1 Information until oti.f'r5s5 nro\l hv \

Sunday night I a fishing trip to the Gulf n : the rank snd priority r.f such pVdce section FInlD. fuel In the ("Vimlnil; Court of Record ,ntiiiM nf'y *i KV f* '

Alice Crosby of Plant City ,I Haven't heard I That the following amendment to Any such covennnts or aer "" ''' o' (h 11 ce Involvlne can'tii p'in- That the followIng smenrlmenf to n.Court of Crime hp'l n-f b* 11.,1.1.la Sollci'nr of be > ]
Mr. Coast on Labor day. 'Article XII rf the Ptit Ccnstit'itinn.v the State Board mi" be enforced bv '. r>r the determination of a Article V of the Constitufon; of the !-'1 t"rfhnn.1 the 1tnl( Af".v. and for Ksramh'T ..is.i'

spent the weekend with Mr. and! : whether they had any luck or not. I adding thereto Section 1S, urovld- Inv holders of such bind In any i Ctate 0" PcderaI i-on.tjt.'tinna1 q'.. Rtitc of Fl.'rrli.! bv sibling thereto an ', ",his !! tat" may nrn* ctitin sit 't-e '

Lewis. I Inc that part of the revenue derivedfrom court of competent 1url."irtlnn.H tion wherein shall b f brntt.ht intoo"trovercv Additional spcton( to be numbered h.- 1 I file am n-Ir-d I"formtlnl" In soy such"ISPS Court In and f IT'Floridi.
Mrs. H. H. I Little Bobby Woods of Jacksonville the lieensIn of motor vehicles ( To i.trihltl annua'lv t. the the constitutionality ft a the RI'retar of htp. I!arced to and if and when neces'irv The T.e- for all crir. ", d

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Turner of !I returned to his home Sunday I shill be used for capital outlay Ant several Board of Public Instruction; '.trl or StMe stat"tc. rule re"n'i- the shall State he submitted t.) the elpetnrof '1'Jatuirtmay fr..idp fnr AssictantState hug eardlil cases. am -ti"

debt service; school purnnee. and pre- ,.f the counties for the navment of t"l lion or municini] ordinance shall he of Forih for snnrovil or "to.nl. ani, ,! tnve'tlea-' State Attornev of Escn h'i

Tifton, Ga., were visiting Mr. and I I after spending two weeks | scribing the method of flitrlhulio'an,' cost of the construction pcqulsifonimprovement "nsldered and determined I.hp (to rejection he held?t th. nf't (Oner"! F'ecfton' tore tlp ta'I Atom, of Dade mil t ">re shill be no other 'r
In November
with his uncle and aunt Mr. and I '1.1 thereof. 1 I. hereby nereed! to and .nlar".mpnt furnishing chief Jiist'ce end not less 1 i9. of the year Countv who shall be : h,theAttornev log off-cer for caIti l Circuit iR '
ns follow
Mrs. Thomas Gordan last week on Fhal h. suhmitted tn the elector r! or tqnippine ,. Iani'al protect other Justice of h. Court decimated State and sworn H bv the f amb'i' Countv sjnd t erc-- '
Mrs. H. B. Kelly. I State for ratfi.Hh': or '. for school purpose in .mrl copntv n. hv him: and I judgement concurrerln Section 1 There hiii always' h. anIdditionsl court and uch A..lt.int Sfite'At. 'tate Attorney ha11 boll off ,<

their way to Inverness on vaca finn st the rpn"rl election to !lal be renuested bv reolnfr.n| of bv a majority of t h5 .letl.f' con- Circuit .JndgA f,1 the Pecnnd torp1:1 work under the direction the time' at which his tern- a.- <-

tion. The R. Crosbys are installing !'I be held In 1V.2. a* fMlnw: County Board of Public Instruction !iderinithe c-s shall te !:tate Jull.I 1 Circuit embracing the th. tat. AHn-npv roil :1 have tnr of the Court of P'-ord I" i

new bathroom unit to their I n (a'> That Jan- of such countv merit-- of the Court. MIter ('nltll In addition t< the fi-'l authority tn, dn sni r"rfor any can"hla Conntv expire Th i '
a FTIO' 1ud
I .eln"I"r (..< When all malor capital outlayv.eede > be considered I altlorlpt bv this Contituflon. offlc'.il act that the State Attorney
( other
case may ',
rv and for ) "vear nch State Ailnrnev shill be ,
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home. I saw them making the thereafter; the first proceed I r.f the of I county have 1c' m.t a. and determined bv 1 division of if to 11 the diposition mow dn anti perform It shall be the In the same mmnT and for t' f
large volume of
determined bv the State TV)ard. on than 1 liticatlon Involvlne duty of the aid State A'
week. I derived the Court consisting of not less 'orney cnn-
septic tank last. revenues from ) the term a. the Cni.cllor nf the r->' "
t. lilnelne the haste| rif survey made pursuant three Justice and the Judgement of stite. or officer tl proof who ""1.,0with! the Sheriff pf Hide
of motor Record
vehicles to In and f
I the : the!! be for Fscimbla u
Lester Crosby are "11.arv to r.wltlon. rf the Ptite Hoard and milontv; of nv such dixis'on! appointed bv the governorrnd County to enforce all o' th. rrlm'ni1r
and selected '
Floyd e to comply with the prO'I.lop. I : shl confirmed bv the now excent that If ""
spp'oved bv the State Hoard all such to se>ne"ntil of the State of ud
In
eo'll florida
he the of the Court hv e'- "
of this
nmln,1mpnt. shall I 11 fmlnt i-tHp he shall b* selei-'erl toiialif'ed t\
the
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real busy preparing land and placed monthly in the I.I1.t..1.1P fund remaining shall be distributed I (d) The Chief Justice shaM from .Monday In first TUf.d." af T the first County and the eJslatnre may inen'eciul electors of F.camh'i C>n' '

.mpo'tantl t,1 Outlav and Debt Service(OlltV ( annually and used for punch school tlml to t'me be .I..tl,1 hv the Juice *- Jannar 19J5. His successor1shall act or eener.il act. enact such lie shall reside In E.cimhli Co ,.
be
I planting cabbage and turnip seeds Fund In the State Treasury and .hol ued purpose In such county as the Board of the Supreme Court to serve by .1ICtp In the manner provided statute as *re nA'-e. arv to surnV- and he shall within such Crnnii J
I of Public of the countv shall Such ( -llt .e shall ,7e"t and '-Iv! fii'1 force "nrt effect
In.lru.tlnn of office they <
for such term ss at 11
the
for commercial use. The rain only a. provided In thl* Amendment have same ItirUdlctlon and powers and perform nil] i
I shall be provided thl to this section of
Administrative the Constitution.
Such revenue t* distributed an- (l.tcrl"p. or as may determine lie hall b* the Chief etart the 1\'r. dutle that are or miv herei" r '

I seemed to give everyone an inspiration ruayv nmon Ihll several eountie In bv ireneril law : officer of ni Court of I I Circu't.! : a Judges of said nrovided or prescribed bv (he c "

A to I the ratio of the number of Instruction ld> Canifl 1 outlay prolect' of acounty he State and it "hal hf hi* duty to I No. 9irV. tuition or bv tati'fe. anti "pill < '

i plant..xnricr. unit In each cnun'v In eih ah,1 be fldh'. to partlcinte' s>e that !' the Courts of -- -- TT; JO'VT R'-yOT T'TTfW VO nice provided hv tw he chill be t '
In the under this No. 3
fl'd* Ipruln' the State t ,. Tie .
; year computed a* herein The dispatched promJ.t rv the County of r.scamhla 'n thu> <
A Joint
frovitf' P. olitt
I Amendment and derived from the >on Prwuuinr *n
I TO1'1\IL amount of the fir revl'ul tfrh..dfrom proceed "hal have the exclusive pOWlr to di IIOVSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. :tit Amendment Tn Artie' WIlT Of Th manner and nt th" 'ime rate of nporoitlon .'
of bond end motor vehicle tax
In Circuit ( "urt. County .Ttidire rf Court to serve temporarily A .Toint
Resolution
Irldf"rl the of motor '.phlll. r.t inv An Const! tion Of se the Solicitor l>1 the C
\CI'lnl the Tr"n". ,' tn The State Of norid.ilaf'e
certificate and from I
Florlrfni In Chancery to he set eich year snd di". I anticipation R ludpe In 1 coordinate or Amendment To Article Of The To A "ient Of Proper of Ttecord In apfl for Pscsmbli Po' .
es
Frank R! l LLH-. llintir.s.. Lil trlb'III' a. provided herein shall motor v.hl.I.' license! taxes only In the inferior court: nnd It "hl bA the t State Constitution. RAddlnr Thereto For T.ives *il The Collection OfTaxe l I. now paid and until otherwi t"
I-ne h"l order of priority rf need r* shown duty of every Judre to such dl- An Additional Section cued hv tie "
lan I In enual In the aerre ate Cre-itin A Sen- *. Rv Addlntr Thereto Additional law he hill sllowfl
D"f"ntanlla e No. 934. the product of four hundred l400.OI> by a survey or ""r"O'lu.tlt roction unless excused by the Chief I 1 atonal District For Bay And Washing Section* Tn Prnvld* Thit TT The ime a"eI.taytt' and the'r rnmp >

Notice Topprnr.. | dollar multiplied bv. the number the countv' under reeulMinn! rre-. JI..tiC. for sufficient cause ton ( *. ('ntmtv Of Lee. State "f Florida. The ton' snd the expense* of h1" "" '

To Lillian I1. I.'lw. whose nd- of Instruction unit In sit the ..ribe1 by the State noar,1 to deter.mine .Ctio' R. Jurisdiction' of the Su HF IT RESOT.V BY THF EGf- 'ountv Tar ftcsessor Sha'l A."cs The hall b* a* now or hereafter rroi >. '

dress i.s: 3361 I'lt-n-e :tr.d. alil countle of Florida. The rumber of the capital nut1v n..i* of State the nr.ml Court The Supreme Court shall |IIATI'RF OF TIIR STATE OF Property Of The Coiirty To" The Pur for bv law Th* State AMorpev nf n <
the
Kranclxi. ('aIifoiiiia. I instruction unit In each county In /untv and anproved by hnve appelMe Jurisdiction In all cases FrOmD.\: nose Of ewlne fate! Cnnr v School First Tud'cij. Clr-iiit shall rave r I rUillctlnn

You are hen.y notified that a | each year for tll purnose of'th I. Board: provided that the priority r st law end In equity orlfrlnatin InCircn't < followln: amendment to And Municipal Tare Levied fly ThStite '- In Kscambla Cmmtv am'nnf ci

suit for Amendment be the greater of such protects may be chanced from I : ( ". and ff, appeal from Article VII r.f the State Constitution Cnimtv. County School Pninl"School reside therein* shall b* *cl< '

Fire Insure livorcl I (1) the number of Instruction unit In time to time nnon the renuest of t"f 'he Circuit' Court In case ar'slne' befnrA by adding thereto section 6 creatln- T>!strlct. Sneclal Tax School ed In the same manner a* State *'

Have ycur has fitd against you In the each Coun.v for the school fiscal year Board of Public Instruction of thefliwanization. Tt.e.' '." nf. t". PnitntV-' -nn.t. inmattere ,1 Senatorial District for Riv- nn. Districts l Port District. Prapfe| T>ltrlct l- tnmevs of n'he" Circuit rr* c'ertf' i

il above Court and 'U1 and : l'Rl-52 computed In the manner heretofore county nnd with the approval of the perfalnine to their probate Washington (ountI.; I is hereby sereed; I *. And Any Other Tuinp Pl'lrlct hy the minifled elector of the rn 'titIPS
further
checked you are required to !In.e a copy of I or hereafter provided by eeneral' state Boardnnd pr"dlt; 1'irlsdictlon npd In the management of to and the elector of And Mxnlcinalitle (V The Conntv wherein he eveVcl1nr' dlrti,
ance policies your answer or pleading to the I I law. or (!) the number of Instruction that this Subsection' (, tint In the titPQ (.f Infant *nd In ease' the State for ratification or relectlonat Which Uv Ordinance Pen uesP Tlieir and chili be H resident thereof
In sIch an, manner affect any covenant of conviction| of felony In the criminal the general election fd> he Ire thl .
1u
complaint on the Plaintiff's I uni" county for the nreeedine 19;!. os Tare To Tie So Acecspu1 And levied There shill not
Attorney, Hollia V. Knight I .hol fcal| year computed In the '"reem"nt. or pl.ill m"1 by the. court and In alt criminal cases oHr- follow: I And That Th* County Tax Collector (R> term of the Circuit C.nit '
NOW state Bonrrt In .hf 1.'I'C1 by sil 1 Circuit Court The I i "Section t. There I is beheld
.SttrhtFlurida manner heretofore or hereafter provided mating In the hereby crested chall Collect And Distribute The Said Tlsrsmbla Count In each ean
and file the original In the by eeneral law and approved State Board of Inv bond or motor Court shall ha1 the power to le.nl 1 senatorial district for Bay and Wash- Tare at such time as ma be prescrlbed

of the Clerk of the Circuit .Cr..t by the State Hoard of Education ('here vehicle tar Intll"to' lIrlllall' writ of mandamii (Irll.rarfro. ;,inpton Counties to be Known a* the PF TT RESOT.Yvri TY TTTF T tCT0* by the legislature.

.... on or before the inafter called the State Rnari\ or In 10"nlllon. ,Board tl" Iccunseoc Public Instruction hibition ono warranto. fa! Inrpu". fortieth i4 Rth) senatorial district r.ATt-nrc OF TUB STATE OF (e) In the exercise rf its lnrls.H-
Such fund any any and also all writ or Nothing herein shall
disturb thethirtyeight
29 day of September, 1932; so tl r..p..af. proner FLORIDA: Hon to fry misdemenor the cirruit
-
... administered by the Stat Roard of any countv.et to the complete exercise rf its Juris (JS) exi.tlnu! senatorial Court of Escambta County shall' ha' ,
otherwise the allegations of said a. ( The State Boird mav Invest a"v shall .districts l that That th* fr.llnwln? amendment to
now created end | ;"" hv Section diction. Each r>f the Justice except nay pn,1 Wash- the o'
to appoint
Complaint wjl be taken as con- S of Article' Io.lll the Constitution sinkIng fund or funds craed purfnint ha\1 power to Issue 1.t* of habeiscornu jlnpton onntl.! shall no longer be apart Article SiT of the ConstitutIon nf the the power several Justices of one the M peice more "f

fesfd by vou. of Florida. For the to this Amendment In rt'red to any of the State upon of said existing districts A State of Florida rMatlve to the assessment said oMtrlct .
Conntv for their
This shall be Jlr.I' o obligation r,' the State of fart election be and collection of a'l Mves In respective
putlshld
note i this Amendment said asTIOW tnll' petition bv or on behalf of any person .hal called and If1111 Commlsoner| 'omm1-
) E. Johns once ( for four I constituted shall Statl'Toarl.,* America or In the (1 motor held In actual custody and may said Uith( ) senatorial the countv of Lee. Stat of Florida loner* its who shall have mithnritv or I' tr
Charley y weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph i I tax anticipation before withIn 75; day after Sv adding thereto additlona' section
: body corporate during life of this nhl.11 IPtifl"atl' make such writ returnable the general election I for the said Circuit Court and with. ,'
t matured or to mature 'ssued by the (' any In 1152 ti elert tn h* numbered bv the Secretary
Amendment and shall have all the himself. or the a unat,1 from
olrt. 1
Agency Dated this 26 day of August. 192.OFFII'IAL I power! provided In this Amendment I I" State Board on behalf of the Board ol f Tnctice thereof rr nnr"r.before any Circuit said district. The senator fp.tlo! from of State be end th* sam I* here a now Jury provided, upon waiver bv law.of jury sty trial n'ror.chareed n-.

( Slal.) A. J. Thomas 1 addition to all ether Public "strvtlon of any county Ju the fortieth ( Rth) hold by agreed to and shall be submitted
Plume STARK, FLA.RepreMntlno the Circuit I Court I and ala cowers related l n.I'tl tonl (f) The State Board shall have I The Court shall have ndanf tried the State shi'1'have
I By Marian. L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I Purposes tutor!* Amendment hereto thl power to mike and en'orce /1 ri'les to urrfml make rules povernine the administration endinp on the first Tuesdry after the for ratification or reect| n at the ; the* so right tn, n nr trial tie novo bv
8/29 4t 9,'' foie or hereafter conferred said ".i rep-ulitlon necessary to the fill power first Monday In November 1V.fi: andthereafter eneril election tn be held on the Flrf
upon of all court in the State said Court or the Ji'de* thereof "-'-
exercise of the herein rranted senators elected from siM Tuesday after the firt Monday in
Doa d.I all
ql I Ywlr' and the practice and In written llcston! flied In th* office
nr
I \OTICK TO and no !! he ren lred to rrO'edurf district shall| office for Nnvember. III!. i* follows'
\\I hold terms of
I (b) The State : .la such *. The Supreme Co"rt shall of the Clerk f said Court The ipolntmnt >
In Circuit ( nor shall. In addition !- Court r>
.. Court Jr.dford ('uuu.r.1.'lurld"l render this Amendment o' full CO..I"nl four years Section from and after .Tin-
I to its other constitutional and have Jurisdiction over the admission of Justice of the Puicc '
In ( nnd n'terJanuary 1. H54. the
i .han..r. oneratl" effect from mary rountv tix acse"nr
to the practice of law and the discipline Commissioner aforesaid sh ,"
.... j, control and supervision' of the rf persons mitpd be made for such term end ninny si h
J. levlc r.f motor < shall
not reduce the said asses' all pronerfv for all plate.000ntt' ,
THE tidlaghtr. reed! of the first part of the revenues Section 6. m Clrlul ITflt'ST JOINT RFCOLI'TTOV NO. *(n condition m sId Circuit Court of Fcambla --
TRAVELERS Haro Case Nn 9244o vehicle license taxes durlne th. life chnol! and municIpal taxes
I i derived from the licensing! of Judges to temporarily a' A Joint Resolution Proposing An County shall see ft tn Pr-
> .lre To Appear.To I of this amendment to dlv. "In'I tn be levied In the county bv the state
In Circuit
i motor ,'Chllll' provided for In n'nh'ec. elate of u"rpm. Court. Amendment To Of The scribe and any annolptmept so mnilimav --
.uetl.I'
: John J. Callagher, whose rM- which will to provide the full Artd1 county county school tw and school
tion (a) hereof. The State Board shall fai In'kl! may he rall,1 bv the State Constitution Thn..o be summarily revoked hv ST.I
amount to comply with the di'trlct sneclal tar school d'' trlct' .
I I also have for the purpose of nh- .. Chief Justice! for tlmrorar duty on An Additional Section Crentin A Senatorial Circuit Crurt for any -uui'c whit.. r
twr. provision of thIs Amendment rnd nay port di trict dra'nare dlfrlct and
j taming for the use of any the Supreme Court R.t 11 the 11'1 District For Monroe County.BE If In the future the office* nf .i'i.i' .
the of admln'sterIne other districts and miinlcinilit'e
any tulnir -
County Board of Public Institution! In n.l.earv 'I"nll' and stead of any absent disqualified TT UE-snT.VF Rt TTIF T.EGI' of th* Peace in Eacumhla Countv *l I Ib
the liw relatlnf to the llcenslnc which bv ordinance
acquiring, bnlldln constructing, alter. or disabled .Tn'ttce. or to help relievecont'PFtiOfl T.ATT-RE OF TiE STATE OF request aboll'hed then. In uch f\f > ti-
I of motorehicles.. "nd shall not enact th''r taxes tn be so n"esed.
docket ,' ( .
of FT mPA "
In*, improving enl.irgine. turnchlnr.or the Court : "o Circuit Court of V.seamltui Conntv
law effect rf with
any hn\'ln the Court shall The lerlslat-irc .hil| j>t the Tfrrisl'. '
| elllpplnl capital outlay protect ed that n division rf the That the .Ilowlne ameidment to have the power to appoint '
the proceed of lunch motor
for ..hol purposes, to |ssne bond or'' tr'wlnl taxes from the onera not Inr'hldl more than n"1 such Judce Article! "I of the State on"titltlonby lIce Session In 19"S and from time to exceed three (3t 'nmmlssfr. cr' 'r -M,
: motor vehicle tax: ntlc'patlnn! certificate .hl"l. Ilpn.A Section 7. niirihil'tv f.f Retired Justices thereto section (I creatIng 'm* thereifter. enact liw sneclfvlnu amnn the member of the Tl-i' f I Icambla 1-
thin of nnd snnll not
I and alec to Issue such bonds and Circuit Tnr1.ej to Serve Temorarilv senatorial district for Monroe county the power, function duties and cntn- Count After the rnn' '' <" '

V DE LUXE 39-INCH i or motor vehicle tir anticipation certiflcite enact any law Imnirl.p m-o'rlal'' as Substtuto Justices andJndces :I is hereby agreed to snhm'tt! 'o pen at'on of countv tax seor iles- and niwliflcntion of a Cotrm''" r
.
altering the of o In.
to paC"nd or refund anybonds rl.hl. 'h. the elector of the State for ntifir- limited In the f-rct nnrneranh of th'sectlnn. or Cnmml .lopr>r*. of saM "rit' '
or motor Vlhlrll tax antic'pn-' nnv bond cr motor \'Ihll. fix antllp (il Justice of the Supreme Courtind tion, or reiectinn at the generil election and hill! likewl e. provide hvHw all warrant for the arrest of i '

tlon r.rtlfkatl' theretofore Issued bv >- :lion certificntc |le."pl piirsua"to Jndtres of the Circuit; Cowrts who 1f 1'"!. as follows: f r tl c extension on the a.scssmnt charged with mI.iiemea.nor '
al
saM State Rnar," All!! surh bonds shall this Amendment or !or have retired; wth' ( c"nnensitlon mi* roll rt the coiin'v tar assessor of| mad ret"j-nibi before '. C, t- '
or "Section B. There !iS hereby created
terip" nnv. covenant or J> rp'>mcnt
Chief Justice f r all' nxr levied hv the conntvcoii .
bear Interest at not four he called bv the "lite fr nf gild Court *"
.'Cpelin' the State P.oard n* pro\ided" In "",'hhond Court :spnator-al district for Monroe c<.nntv tv school hoiro1 school district '
(n duty on 1 "
per cenfm per an"um and shall 'Imfrlr ttllrC'f to he known n* the thirtv-mnth Ci"thtFrmtnr mary hearing '
motor vehicle tax antlcipa
or .
act the plre anvabsent en.-rinl thy cho" flT tricf* port dis. b l
mature "serially In annual Installments II nnl ,: nl district Xotnlng herein! mirlstrite f < >v i
lion
GAS RANGE c..tlfk'r. disabled Juet'ce tr'c'* dr1" and v.ertit1'
iiitriutq. o
nie
disnmlified "nv
not than fl* or arrested -" '
more r.n"-
_ (nmmln.lnl three. shit| disturb the ('ti
years from the dife: of $ th.roo' The State Boar! shnH hive power or to lir" n relieve n"r-stion "r ,thr-.ilot exfstine i1i=tri< '*. 'id mnnlcinilltlesiwn rnt.. the M I '.' -> '
senatorial
I nnd not later thin I-.uafI'Jinnnry 119SX to appoint such fer."n! and fir thecnmnensntion the -o"t ,'", t;,.t- tr'\ .1..1 tint ni. JTonrie 'rj.IQ. N"'t that ,< 0" txc tm v be ?>.'c* en bv the CommlclnnIr .. r
loncr-r be
shall
endlnt county apart
each annual Ifstallmeritshall 1'. a.lmini"tr.itnof yinin ..f (the (' urt shi'1! n, t il.I"l., no cmmtv fix a"eqi- n'ruan' to the ... trV >,c l'l' ,' Tlc

289.59 not he les thin n> per .pntul he provision of this Amendment "''.1 thn '.o "II i' h Justice or Tud-e 1 spr-cial of election slid existing shall he' itr'.tu ra'i'd! I and A firct i TTprit.h o' tV a. It hal! deem ncceconand -, lute tn'h; tt-i on FrI>Ti iml after Tnlir .
of the total nmnnnt of the I Issue All! "'hlI u' I. "1""ruy .. h. ]1.1 in aid thlrtv-ninth (.lith) so'iitonal : Ii o r'ht to yr.
I jsuch motor tat anticipationjrertificites the cxnensc of the tI! B- ir'l i iadmin'sterinp In i I" mc Cut <;'I'u. !i Tl'fi'e nr1 Jiul. .I II < 1 14'1. the i-ouir'e| thy r 'Ir r tl r veSe,lirp I t r .
\,11.11 district within 7S i'i\ after
*
the provision of th*. IT ,il 1'ir *. In the cn'in'v of Tfo St'o nf F'nr''i
'
!
hear Interest at not }I'i'I) c 'i wrs ira' 1 where i i' i.
I eh,1 pcnr-ril election In :?i to rlf (t
"hal tl. 1'
___ exceeding (H per centum per Amendment shall he prorated amnn il-t'tn. '"i 'rmirt in mi'ters referred senator from _a1u1; flutrut The hill etToit! nil tate*. IP''ed in t' t"nnfr
the viriou Counties md pa'd! or I ; f an bv the *' 'V. cminf- .. ..
!"ftnnum an*' sha" mahl..pr'or to Jin1 r.i Il'r' .r r rI" I''u"rtprl f ri.i'i the fiirt'' :-ninthi .. ( < c'.1
1 "rtianr 1. 1">sj The Sts'e Rnard !1'1 the proceed of the bond cr mo* r. ane l"' < ff 'I. SM)'r.ml (" >urtn I "Hh i nistnct, In'l 1 h'M, ffi from C. I,(f.i I... rt I r r, i (I r ,'nc-iui ,. ,ui Ii -- '
vehicle tax r'I'r' ;, i'i q r *' Court fit r I o| ,' tlr 'rt jlltfr'' t* "
f '
I l
lisve nil other .1Ic' S l i irt
t nlteI'tJn' H""I '
,
'r I l
i power
j ( df"rlnl t. |ti-c. nn f.r term p o-i the
,
1, 'tails of sd! from the Cunt! ti-tril"t'!,'" to ric nnd J !"' -. .' n i' r iiit Cor'* w1 o t' .' 'r. i -e ,' efr t' other lixi I .. .
or I..t.r.hl.l.. fir' T'l' 'liv iffrr the f- t ,I r :, ;
county on same h.e'" s F, r.l ", ,' "-i t ,"IT"h I I i ,,, ,l'-t. .,, , eqI I '
I V-l\o r
sell r. .
tax anticipation certificate jiM }tn : i V '! Vr.i\ ,,1, t-. I'.",.' a. ,1 thu'r! ,- ; I
,
.4 i: I miMtc iniverti's.meat motor vehicle' n."e.' nrpq rr. dis : c-t! 1 ,I- '< ,' < f I -r. f'tiri' t x I n i I ( no co- "t.XT > 1.- 1
after .
lit public ,
I ..II r .1 t .1 fr.H 1 t ,1 I f Vl l"! .
.
: tO the( \lrim: ,.a ( !nnti.FInd.r i .' ',' i c 'r ', -. <=, T- T '. the f rf ft '
S ? exchange said bond motor trintahlp "r \i' -- t
or "
i lif fr of f -
i : t IP: .r } 't .
vehicle tax ant'cip-it'nn certlficntc- provisions nf th .\""-*'.I- 0t ,r t"I' i I "r .q' it-- 0 > ijh if fln] i f f sertimi > 1 f \ t I '

'vnon such term i "d co itlons as ment Interest or pro't; ri "Mn"fund | t 'l!1. il 1 r .' 'I'1 l 'j." .r 1" IIi I ( V -, t '

I] the Sf>tp Roird hill provide. InvrstmpM shi''!! :<"fe t > t1 ., i: el to h-, r ", -r. r' t' .- C I No.1 T ) ,. ]f.-'c'.t '-: I .I <. f eihil'I ] ,. t I '

I The S B-ird 'nll ti.:o have POT- counties in pron/iitton' o <. r r> c* u''- i-v, '," r V.' '-. r' .r' 'H\' "i ,.. r' r- nrT'TTAIVT PI .< ,!.PT'fiN, VO .
Vr to pled t'tl for the navment of t1"rrinclpil tie' r-quit.rs: in the h:.A'S: 1..r i cr i <..,.,. 'tc' > f c ., r, r, 1 .1 1 i- 'I'i (> \ .1 't 1.e'I'! .,, I'r""i'. .i"'i I Iliru ifirr f ,ir. l\t> rrn.l> '
.
I' funds. 'I. ,'. .'.-pr--, t :. l \ ;::1 'r T!'
of snd Interest on such bone's rCr i.'P u .hi)"Pt Toit I. O 1 '! f IKW f i tir* 'in'
"or motor vehlc' tax rer- \ r 'V. re .,1! 01 '-i'\ '1T'i.1o in'-' c -"t jtim Of The Snt.f l Floti-ln' I e'n( -, "n t f f .. col'f' r'< rdn 1 s .
atit'oratlcn
Xo. 2COMAHTTFR .' nlii''i; 1 i T- pfiitp Ti Aestemeet II' . .
'tl'icat" tncliulnr re'nndn! 1.1. m o' o i Jr to "rnp..r' .t ir.l it'I / ii ri'h Id t :

,refundn motor vehicle! tax!nntlcim- SrnaTiTT'TR csrxTnJOINT bv. 'c'I 1 Fr TO,.. Bv AIMinThpr, to .An, Ad- tl '- If.| ," ir I -.1 1 .' i. Or \ l]iI

I ,tlnn! cert'ficates. all or any nart from RESOLUTION NO :',HPnnoslne (cl \ r.'r" t T'f rr (*. .' I nn',1, section To Tr"\'ldl Tint In r t> MI on f I. i tni'r"- V T''q '

the antlcimted rpven"-", f be derivedfrom An Amendment '0r.jl"l 'I\! .''l I 11. ,. 'I] 'ul'] to BI rye tt.th-: 11'* C-imtv Of f'nrn. Stitr. rfFl 5.. rt ?.* ,1 ,1 thlr-| n'l f1T t ',

i t"I licensir" of motorehicle V Of The Cons'itutlon Of Kl'ridaRelatine out t'Q -! '1.. I -rp'T. The County Tax A .ecs >r ihallteCtre u r< 11 i'I'll b- the cf.' .' t \ collci*. rNo. i ,' e '

fro'ldlt for In thi* Am<" dment and To The Judicial Pf-pirtmf"t: Poet ". t c1. .'I. 'tH.-I' fb"-'in The Property Of: The (nut I t ,, ,' i ff t' fI .

I to enter Into a'y c.ivem"'* an-' (t""r n"p".1'nl Sections Two i2: >, Thrre H), The S'ltinm" c">,rt hall apr lint a For The Purpose Of I.. 'ylnl State. 10 I' .' tii'i '' '

agreement with the holders of such Fi\1 (5>. Sn (6>. Seven (7k. Clerk who s h i'il t. the reporter for County, School And 1unllpl Taxes '. ".rf < r '
I "1-ond or motor Vfh'cle tsx sntlclna-! Tieht I (q. Fortv-Four (44) and Frrtv- the Court and perform such other Levied! By The State. County FFNATE JOINT RL.-OF VTTON NO _? ,< i' ii.- r- . II
\ I
I tion certificit at the time cf the iFuance !i- Nine (4<>> Thereof rertalnlll To The duties > the Court may iiret 'l .hol Board School Districts. Specia I ins \ f Vr. O'rf *} '
: thereof concernin" the sernntvthereof POWl1 and Jurisdiction Supreme'Court shall Tax School Districts. Pot Districts, A J"lnt n<" rlitlon Prnnn"ine An 1 r- :,' of Ccc-y V '

and the r'ehts cf the holders Of the Supreme 'ou- The AienmentOf hal. who hal! h:'" the nWf.1nr. Drainage District. And Anv OtherTaxtn" Amendmert T. Art1 '0 V Tif The Co | .r t d.jrce! I '

NOW. MODEL 191 I I all of which Iovpr'nt. nnd Judges To Hear And Tetermine he ohl, t-> execute c>de" of Districts. And :lnklplltll'O stitution Of Tre tae Of florida Hv :

I Wreement* hall constitute lerll' Cases And Eligibility Of Retired Justice the Cnnrt. includinc order of arrest The County which By O"nan.; Adding Thereto An Additional Section No 11

_______ "SpttW" : ,1 indine and Irrevocable : And Circuit Judges For Call To He shill perform such other duties a. quest The;r Taxes To D So Assessed To Abolish The Court Of Record In .
: such holder and shall he fully en- A..I Put .: And Insert- the Court maY direct. T.i* Supreme And levied. And For Esc.imh i County FlOriiiL.Aiid FNATE JOIN i I. M'T

239.50 tnrabll bv !such ho'dor. in any court TCmlrar I.Ilu Thereof The Following Section Court mav anpo'nt a Librarian whose BY IT RESOLVED BY THE T.EniS-' Vest All It' .Turisdetiq'n tn The 9"A : T'r'- '
OF THE STATE OF O' cambla CounfvPr.ilde : Sold P"
Orcnlf Court
Two (q. hv the Court
cf competent 1url.,11.tlon. Numbered (21 to Sight dutie shall! be defied J.A'rRF V" (
No such bonds or f xnticlnatlon Inclusive. Pertalnlne To The Same The salir'e nf such 0"1..1 shall he : For An Additional Judge Of Amendment To f"
Less your old Range 50.00 "lrtCi.at! motnrrl". ,1'a1'' .fr be General Suhtect Matter fixed hv aid such otflcer IhaI That the fillowlpe amendment to I The circuit Court Of EwamWa County, Constitution ('t Ft! a '"-. '' '
11 > 'I'
of the Constitution of the Florida. And For Pro'ecutne| Attor- Counties And Ctt'e P
Issued bv the State Board until a'tfr BE IT rE OL\'FP BY THE T.EGIP- hold ," '. during the Aricen 1
the adoption of a resolution requestIne LATt'RE STA7E OF the t'te relative to the assess-1 revs Tn Said Co.irt Ard ''ounfv. And to A Section Bela' T .l
limited time the issuance thereof hy the Courtv FI.ORIPV "urt ment of all taxes in the countv of' For Their Annolpfrnert Compensation! And Cnmn>n lnn Of )iji ''V
State of Florida bv adding j Authority T0 Provide For Not Of Kci mhli! Cruntv
189 .UUo Board of Pnhlir Ir.!tmoMinf toe The followlne amendment / ArticleV No. 3 Mnnroe. And : I
OUR I county on beha'f' c/ which such ohlijratioTs of the Constitution! of Florida relating thereto an additional se-'tion ti be i, I.e-s Than Six (f.i Term Of The Circuit PIt IT RESOLVFT PT -n-tic"

are to he l sued. The Sttl to the Judicial Department 'la COMMITTEE STR"TITTTE FOR numbered by the Secretary "f State Curt' Of E'camhla County In LATfRF. OF THE f- \

I Jloard of education! shall tim!' the hereby agreed to and shall he sub- SFNATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. be and the tame Is hereby aln.t to Each Year: A'.d To Provide For T-e F'! (iTtittAThit '

I Amount of such bond or motor xehicl* milted to the electors of the State rf 17A and shall b submitted to thf .Ifll Appointment Bv The Circuit Court O' the f.vlnWfflq e" '

OLD HANOI ROUND-UF I tax anticipation cTttfic.iV which cante Florida for ratification or rejection at Jfrt! Resolution TVoposins An of the cf Florida for mtficat F't-p m hla County Of Comml Isstnnry Artlrte VIII of the Car. ''

Issued on behalf of any county the eeneral to te held rn Amendment Tn Artl-ie VTn. Section 1. or rejection at the general election to Of Said Court And For Their Duties. Flor
1 \firtv-fi\e i T;> per cert of the the f4rrt .Ipctn the first Mon- "if T"e Constitution! Of Florida RelatIne be held on the fir, 't Tuesdav af-er: the Author-v Anti *Comrtr.nton.E designated hv an ipyrr.rta'' ''

Trade ) old stove today on modern Magic Chef t amount which It .tlrlnt. can be div In Novtnbr. 19",_:. ig fallows- I To C-urMes! As pol.tical Eub- first Monday In Novemb ,r. 19SS a follows *T RErT.VT-T) RT TTTK T.Kf.I'- number nf Article VIM K. v -
I i 'ou th e.rvieeit hy the revenue accruing tI' A RTCIF V nl TH- ('ONSTITT. "'\ 'a' -I', n1 State I : T tTi3 "I OF THE STATE OPI aere'd rM .hafl '

-that cooks well it Streamlined construction j the county under the provision rf FlsiI\t) pfi.te1tt '."1 3" 1" r. ,( R7 THE LGi.vaD ". Section! -. From and art"r January tI the el' "i rt of the Ff- "' -
(a range a a loh thi Amendment. All !u"I bonds rr THE JI"Dir'r '.t''A'n o,1 | V. TIE STATE OF 1. r-54, the county tax assessor in It.' !I I *L: w'r smepdmert to for f'cIt4fl C r eel-

fully insulated porcelain enamel finish. Modernize motor vehicle tax anticipation rertlficate HEREBY *MVir ':Pr.-i r '"'1 tt county of MonrO. State rt FInn! '.. !! '. V of i'7 ".n"t itlon of the next .. -e-'I election to 'iRrti' iyii
I 1 .V Amendrrer.t to for s"county ->. -' 'Hor'fla. t" he added ns anI ;!. ''
shall be Icu d the name THEREFROM( r&rZ&'f t' : ; folowing shall asses all property I I I l .
.
fe' Pe'
kitchen enjoy better easier Check I cif the State Board of E.\Calon but I :. 3. 4. 5. 6.t tiol \ AtT I"x-r.n'4:I: ATM TL ..tion t. of the Conti- school and municipal tar-s I ** :t-wii! ... i'oa to decimated by n -. All 1T the
your cooking. shall be issued for and of 44 AND 49 TB' -Off. .VTWtf'* 'Vli'.k (' Tivrtda rlatlnl; to counties to be levied in the countv bv t""i m 1-pisur-t'e sext'on number to other rha-v-M eotlert* T C

these Magic Chef features the County Board of Puhl''.; Instruction Tt'Tixo IN .v-.r Jtrco rFOLI1WIK1 r'I I.'f. of IU ff state is.TO'T state county county school boiM e- '-,e *' "or.a'1 bfl SecretarY nf coiintv offlf-r of tbe Eseunbla general "
: requesting the Issuance thereof. rC iO-I. TO E; I B >fj to and shall te submltt.J school ditrit special tat: Ihol districts -| >,ts t. t>+ al tv e i ia* I. herebVI hall be psld (Isle sible -

and no election! or approv\l of quail- XT'MBERED I TO ; < ,. ,., t'-.electors of the state for rati- litrictp. drainspe districts. I areA cc jol *' ..l irrm'tted to fund rf E can h'a'snyld.4 Coantv, law

Swing Out Broiler Electric/ ; Tim.r 'fled electors or freeholder hal be Section I. Supreme 'our Tc'' "f I|I ;f-it",j rr rejection at the peneralv and prt othlr ? ditrlctJ and the eiec.5.5! sf 55< Bit'* ": ehtida for ujl.hnr.rent. shi.l s rrorlrle bv y Ky lrpeaial

required for the Issuance Justices: Tln ation: A '- I I .v. In 19c;; a! follows' municipalities which by request ratlfra"ci( 1' ee'.It"ixt -:. ,e (;ener- ]eia'a'iire' the ttlarl* e-
for
S Red Wfwtf Utility Drawer (c) The State Board sha'.V in each pointment and }:Ito, cf Justir-es I {.-(.I"n 1. Counte aa political subdIvisions their taxes to be so assessed. al E"ctin! tC M Si-". I fc, n.e Fr't legislation and compensji'iin t* h* v ''
Ovl Hea R.g\.lao rear use the funds distnbutab'e pur- (al On and first: day rf rf .tte. The legislature shall at the I'pisla- Tuesday after \ .e l:1* Monday in rprsa off'f Feba -

iuant to this Amendment to the credit December. 195the: fcupreire Court Te state shall he divided! Into poll- tve! session in 1JJ3 and from time to November 19"? f-Vlf the several courtv w'

ON P/'ece; Top Sumn Convenience; Oulltt' of each county only n the followIn shall consist! tf ten r.o> JI tICI..1 I tllal !uhdvl.nn, to be called cuntC. time thlr.atttr. enact laws specifying Section IM. lab ?h !o'-t I'! Record roun'V heretofore AnY leir been s'stfofl.n c'r

? manner and order of priority Except a provided in subsection ( ) The legislature I shall have the powers functions, duties and compensation In and for Esrytoitla f untv shall stall have .'trlIs -
rofc|
I <1) To pay all amounts of principal hereof the Justices cf the Supreme I to grant to any county a charter under cf the orrtnty tax assessor from and after the taking effect of rintemplatlon f/f's the i- < -
hereby
amendment
and Interest maturing In such year on our !hal hold office tntthe term which It may regulate and govern itself designated In the first! paragraph of this amendmert. b* abnllsts.I and -

CENTRAL FLORIDA I any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation of 'x years; but no term rf any : in respect to its local and internal this section and shall like wise provide upon such abolition cf said Court tC and shall have the sail payee iert"' f s or
If
certificates I Issued under the Justice! holijine! office prior to the ratification affairs nnt directly! related to any b, law for tt. extension on thea.mPlt circuit Court '>t Escambla Count effect the: '
'ti! ra- i
subsequent to *
authority hereof Including refunding of this amendment thal be state function or responsibility asectablished roll county tax as- Florida, and the Judges thereof In rnarted

or motor vehicle tat: anticipa affected ly the provisions !The by the Legislature. Such lessor taxes levied! ly the state addition to their present Jurisdiction. of thl* emerdmert.WHKRF,-.P. 1 -.- .
1nd Issued on behalf of Justices the Supreme Court shall charter shall become effective upon county c county ,.hol board school hal have !In Escambl* County IN TF.JT1MONT '

GAS & APPLIANCE CO. the rertltcates- Instruction cf receive! c their services tuch compersatkm its ratification by a majority cf tte districts special tax school districts. Jun d'ction of all criminal easel which hereupfo set of mv the hand S'a"\rtfOreat of\ *HOI" iTallahai'ee

such county: subject however to any I may be fixed by law.b qualIfied 11.Ctor ef the county at a port distits. drainage districts and I shall ar 'e In sal county: Seal the Car, 'ai. (Its ti.e .. '.
covenants cr agreements made by the ( ) On cr after tte first day cf special IJeti.)' duly called for that any othr taxlne dtlct: and munici- 'b) There shall be another JaOjrecf .
{Mate Beard concerning the rlehts between December. U5!,\ the Governor shall purpose by the board of county com "hope may be assessed I the Circuit Court cf EBcambU day of August. iec.IL '"

149 W. Call St. Phone 301 Starke, Fla. holders of different issue of appoint a.qualified! person to fill the mlonr! cr at any irimary ff gen ralUI' county tax assessor p-ij-suaiit t County In addition to the CircuIt *. TRAY _

Each tec4s or motor vebidt tu &oUc- vacancy la each ( tte three adJ.1S. ea elccUco. Tte Ljt fl to the fnt paragraph of this lection.. Judges cf tte Circuit. : Cowl In which Eecitary ef EU'e

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
FIEF SE\-'1R1IN '
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4r I fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl guests of his mother, Mrs. T F. ,. Tampa were guests of his sister, the
resignation of J. E. Wall Jr. of the
year
Brown and brother Frank. ,! Mrs L. H. Futon from Saturday'to
OUR I'
HAMPTONBy Postmaster and )Irs. Wiggins,! Monday. On Sunday Mr. and as Chairman was accepted and Mrs. L. H. Hill of't! v! "

>on Joe and daughter Mrs. George Mrs. Futch and their guests attended H C Kelley was chosen to serve spent the weekend a: C" .: y, } J

Mrm.. \\'. HammondHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi '! Williams and son Howell were at I!I Ii the P. A. Crosby family in ths: eapautfm: the renia.nJtr K-re

i i Jacksonville Beach Sunday. I II reunion at the home of another -
i I Mr. and Mrs Onard Parker II". _ __ __ -----------
brother, E. B Crosby of Brook I '
Dear Editor '!children i Buford Alice. Men's Clothing
: S-Sgt. Roland Nazworth stationed and Mary ;i STORE
In regard to the proposed Jack at Paris Island spent the of Homestead, Mr and Mrs. B. F : At a special Council meeting of tht iIjALYARFI2' Established 189J iiI ill I
Lawtey City
ChurchAn Methodist Church Grimes and son of Jackson. S. C. on Aug'i
Baptist
I sonville-Miami toll road. I'm for it1] weekend and Labor Day with his _

I II .' one hundred per cent. I'm highly mother Mrs. Ena Nazworth.Mrs. I Mr and Mrs \\'. F. Bloss of Lake "" "''.''':t...,......_,...",:...........>-.,w't.s _--.. '.,.., -..-- -"".-' .. ... ... ., '. .. -
invitation is extended to al'! I The Rev Thomas G. Mitchellwill I I'I i Butter and Mr. and Mrs. El vet ;;.. .. ,: y.:.. .:: :.. : ,:",
in favor of improvementthat Jessie Chastain was a : : : : .., .
any "
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preach Sunday :: :::: =: .):: ... '< < :i *,
to morning Sept. i i Lewis and daughter Wanda w'r, '':'': 't.c. :;:t: : : : ; '
worship at the First Baptistof '< '''' # 'An'J1nJJ.&j..J. ._c. .. : '
might be made over the pres. caller in Gainesville on Tuesday I )' 0 ':'
17. at 11 in the First Methodist I I ( weekend of Mr Mrs .
guests and ;
Starke this Sunday. This i! ,'Church: of Starke on the subject,!ent, inadequate facilities we have Miss Shirley Jackson entertained I U. D. Dyal and Jimmie. I f" ;iJ2 ., .C" : ? .
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Intermediate Day in the Church : "Is Religion a Vital Force in Your for automobile travel. Our pres. Friday afternoon at a '", .
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and during the morning hour of Life?" i ent system of highways is about Stanley Party at her home. I Miss June Charnev: of Finn rr 'rvJv.' \" : '
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'I fashioned the cowtrajl we Games :''Mich.. letiirned home" Sunda. :..." .. ..... ... .
old refreshments '
worship at 11 the Intermediater, Lord's 'I as as were played and I 1-. :': : : :
The Supper will be ad. .' .
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will have leading parts in the i ministered at the Sunday morning I kid, used to have to use to tryout I served to a number of afternoon after spending t'\ i' $PAC .: rlghf.tnVour KitcJONLY

sen-jce. Also during the 11 o'clock service. The First Methodist ] our 1kes.: Now you might say; tr I t neighbors and friend Mrs Eva \\ eekith Het!tJean ParkeTTTYT h_ 47' (. 1

hour all students and of |yourself. "That fellow doesn'tknow I Rape of Gainesville was the : :: '
faculty Church extends a cordial Invitation LmMl:: : : ...... .. 1- -
the school will receive specia! I to all to worship with usevery what he's talking about." I Stanley agent. Mrs. Russell Dyal YYYTYTYYYYYYYYTYYY : .

recognition The Pastor's mes i Well I should know something I will entertain at a Stanley part
I Sunday.
sage will be "How to Behave" I Every Sunday evening at 7:30: 1 about the subject, because I trave' j next Monday at 2:30: at her home .HEILBRONN i

During the hour the Church Choir the states of Florida, Georgia and I|, and wishes!" for all her friends K .I .
there is a gospel song service
will sing, directed by Mrs. L. A Reid by the Methodist Youth Alabama, calling\ on poultry pro be present I i Bv' Marian NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA : A SMALL

Canova. I C loir. Mr. Mitchell will preach j cf'ssingplants of these states. I Some 112 pupils enrolled in thf r!

Sunday evening at pight the Sunday evening on "Living For! lay at least half of the auto fatalities :, Hampton Elementary Schoo! DOWN PAYMENT' f
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message by the Pastor will be Jesus." | to the fact that our Present Tuesday morning. Mr and Mrs Datby Gaskin +

"Will the Devil go to Hell?" The I The mid-wek Prayer Meeting i highway system; is inadequate tr 'I The Hampton Christian Church and daughter Linda were in Jacksonville =

Chapel Choir of youth, directedby and Bible Study is conducted each' take care of the number of car was host Sunday to the 5th Sunday Sunday e 1

Miss Aliese Lawson, will bring(;.Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. that must use the highways. Sc I Convention, all enjoyed a picnic -, Mr and Mrs. Pete Reyes!' and sor buys this brand-new
i' any move we might make that Steven of Jacksonville Wf'rf'iat: ...
the special music. The Happy | Everyone is cordially invited. i I dinner on the lawn. j M .
Hour song service of requested -- Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell! will help move this vast number of j Mr. and Mrs Wilbert Hall and I ing relatives in. this community r .

favorite hymns and gospel chor i ,j cars meets with my approval. daughters Wilma Ruth and Regina Sut1 day. ( r

uses will be led by the piano-or- Boa in regard to my views ar I visited friends here over the week- F. W. Johnson of Miami u-ik 1953 _i \
Christian Church v l1 ,
gan-duo of Mrs. Dinkins and Mrs I I to who should win the presidents i end. visiting Mr and '-11'1ncf'l :Sot

Strickland. Sunday School under I Services are being held in the election: I'm in favor'of a changeI : Mr and Mrs. Leo Singleton and man Sunday.I NURGE ,
the supervision of One \Vjgginr t American Legion Hall. Bible believe in the two party systemor !ihildien" of Fort Meyer visited j!I This community misses the Upright r rti r i. t
the three party system:: or ever 1 Julian Spruce family who have, 1
meets at 9:45: with classes and School begins at 10 a.m. with Mrs Nita Johnson last week [ "- IY
departments for all age1: Train I classes for all ages. Morning Worship the four party system. Any way | The Van Alstines of Cocoa and moved to Gainesville
to get: away from one man or one Hicks of Brunswick | Grady and Glenda Varnes spent!
with
ing Unions gather at 6:45: at 11 a.m. The Lord's Supper j the" Woodrow '
J. T. Lawson director. is served at 11:15: a.m. Morning I <.!a' holding the purse for toe I Ga.. visited at the home of the weekend in Lake Butler with

Rev. Guy V. Lee will have pray. I Message at 11:30.: Evening ''longa tiire. This sort of thing i Freddie Whidden" and Mrs. Mamie their grandmother. HOME FREEZER j ii

er meeting Wednesday at 8 in the I services begin at 7 p.m. with I i M just not healthy, and will wreck j, Mead over" the weekend I Training I'nion ._ "
absence of the Pastor who will be Endeavor. Evangelistic ,' the most loyal community county :Mrs.: Mamie Mead who has been The Intermediate Training r
Christian '
in North Carolina for the week. services at 8 p.m. Note the changeof I' !tne! or federal government. I i spending" several' weeks in Cocoa Union leader Russell ReddiMg in ,
say clean out the mess in Wash- I teitajned a at his home with
returned home Saturday. group
of the service. I
evening
At The TabernacleChalk Prayer time Meeting Is being held ir i <:" ,ton from the cellar to the attic I :Mr: and Mrs. Wallace Collins an ice cream social Friday night I with (J&freete Shelves I II

homes while the church is being ( And I believe we have just thf'mar. : were in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. There were about 2.:% guests pres
the
I that will do this job well ir I
Talks are being used in built. Plan to attend and bring i and Mrs. E. A. Thomas of ent. aaOl t.'W'5r"p 1 Model VHF-I19f
of Mr. Ike Eisenhower
the Tuseday night Bible studies. Bibles. I, the person I Eustis spent Sunday and Monday! Mr. and Mrs. Marel Beach and!

and are very helpful in under. I j your -- Homer Swindell pastor t Stanley E. Durand I with their sister Mrs. Wallace I Mrs. Ted Shultz of JacksonvilleI 6ec ITTOfI/Y.1 -: ii: f
standing the Word. Bibles are I I Route I, Box 59 Collins and husband. I pent the weekend with Mrs De ,

carried and studied' following the Church of God I Starke, Fla. I Mrs. Lillie Andrews" of Miami Ions Carmicheal. YOURS) ; AT NO EXTRA COSTassure

Berean Plan | who has spent" sometime with her j Mrs. Rubby Gaynoe and cvl Open design [Jet-Freere Shelves

Tabernacle Prayer Meetings are I I j Starke th.\: St. Clair St". Df'artr.. Matthews: I sister Mrs. William Slade has returned -: dren and Mrs. Willie Reddish were ample assure freezing fast, penetrating area cold and this new

held each Thursday afternoon and The American Red Cross wishe i to her home. I shopping in Jacksonville.Mr. .
the public is cordially invited. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn to thank you for the space givento I Mrs. E B. Goodson and son of and Mrs Bill Green spent of Fits in any kitchen-in the floor space NOR G E UPRIGHT FREEZER

ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening the appeals for clothing for I Miami who have spent about 1C Saturday in Jacksonville.) They a refrigerator. Handy as a pantryno

Church of ChristCorner Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service. needy school children. May we I days with her parents. Mr. and I were accompanied home by their foods- bending, lifting or"digging"for (For a ,limited time only I )

Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting through the kindness of the Telegraph (I Mrs. C. A. Cox have returned laughter Freda" who spent the _
10th and :McMahon: position Adjust-a-Shelf lifts out_ 1 _
7:30: p.m. Thursday I home. with relatives there. *
I who donated summer
thank everyone I room for the largest turkey PORTABLE 5-YEAR FOOD
Bible School-10 A. M. Law try clothing and shoes in response -i Mi- C A. Cox and brother William : Glenda Varies returned home ,...
A. ){. and 7:30: School 10 a.m. Morn Two handy Baskets on lifetime Nylon 4-GALLON INSURANCEPOLICY
Preachiag- Sunday to thes requests. Many : Phillips of Jacksonville and Wednesda\ after spending tw rollers hold 22 Ibs. each small r..-
P. M. I ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Bradford County boys and girl Mrs. E. B. Goodson visited Mrs. '! weeks in Orlando.I packages at your finger tips-put HANDY COOLER .. .,

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Saturday. 7 30 p m entering school this \\'('ek't'rr Cox and Mr. Phillips brother. I Archie Carmicheal returnee' it For (roan food shupInuvet freezer owner
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. :'I The freezer scientifically designed (ping.! !:. punupjrtut for d full ht- rent
neatly and nicely clothed through Charlie Phillips of ChattahoochofI home Wednesday after spending to accommodate all sizes of frozen Kerp* tttods odd for agjmil!: food >puilagc!: ..
Everyone welcome. their generosity.The !I I, Sunday j. several days with his uncle and food packages hour.i Holds R..m..bl.MM) urlubt due 10'.our m''t*(uncial dC ou failure ex. -.I'

q '. i American Red Cross can :, Frank Brown returned Thurs aunt Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Cros Famous Norge "Power King" unit Land*' lib crjy Ira cu,t'! *-%

always put outgrown clothing and .I day from a \\'ppks'isit with his by in Tampa. carries 5-Year WarrantyGay's

shoes to good: use and if these brother Gordon Wrest" at Miami. | Ancel Norman and childrer

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke items are brought to our office in l I I!I Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen were husmes-. visitors in Jacksonville .

I ,_ the Public Health Clinic Building I and children and Mrs. '-I. B. Lay \ FndavfTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'

on Church Street, they will be field visited their sister and Home
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor :
diS'1 daughter Blount who is Appliances
tributed to needy families. Mrs. a
Jefferson & Court StreetsIn The Heart Of Town i iI
I Sincerly, I patient at the T. B Hospital in : .
PHONES: Office 234 Paslorium 130 Hal! Tampa and another sister and LAWTEYL. \
()Irs.Iargut'rite) ,
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Secretary I daughter Mrs. H P. Jemigan of COrilT& MADISON STS. PITON J 10() STVUKE .V\\\ .

Morning Service "How To Behave" Bradford County Chapter Clearwater during; the weekendand II. FutchaAuu..u..aua..auuA

I American Red Cross Labor Day. I .
Evening Service "Will the Devil do To Hell?" I Ir L. D. Underwood of Gainesville

_,_ _" __, ,__" ____ I St. Edward's Catholic : called on John Parker Tuesday I Mr and Mrs W M Dinkins and -

SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 AM.'| 8:00 P.M. I forenoon children" formerly of Tallahassee!'
kev. Richard Lyons, pastor Mrs John Parker who is
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions 6:45 P.M. employed are spending some time with :\IrsDinkins'
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. at the Farm Colony near A
MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M.: parents Mr and Mrs. J. D9D
Weekly! Mass at 8: a. m. Gainesville spent Sunday with o
I ::M: Browning.Freddie a
Confessions Saturday 7:30 to her husband at their home here. fto Power9 _: or
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR I I Dinkins returned home ,
8:30 .P.M. j I IC'hlldren's Mr. and Mrs. Wm. W. Ham last week after spending the summer )

Catechism Classes mond entertained at dinner Sat. with relatives in Avon Park
Wednesday :-00 P.-1. j| from SUNSHINE StRVICFKORIPA
iI urdav e'eningRev. C. W. Burton Mrs A. G. McKinney of Birm

I and their son and wife Mr. and ingham. Ala., spent a recent weekend h52 PO\UK f i lloHT COUPASV VOLl NI.2

SUNDAY, 8 P.M. Presbyterian Church ,!| Mrs John E. Hammond from with her parents. Mr. and Mr-

Sunday School at 9:45 :' Crystal Lake. H. B. Arwood Charlotte Gilman

'MORE IMPORTANT THAN HIS Friendship Class 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs Charles Alvarez and Sandra McKinney returned FLORIDA LEADS AGAIN -- Tourists continue to "get sand in their shoes. ResultMiatpi -.

trningrvil'e 'conducted at : and children and James Nazworth home with their mother on Sun. for the fifth consecutive year led all U. S, metropolitan areas In new dwellingunits

r, ,,11 am. '! were in Palatka Wednesday evening day after spending the summer per 1000 population--has also taken the lead in 52. Miami's 21 units per 1000

DAD'S FUNERAL'Hear i ii i i Jimmie BeaMev" who hail! vacation with their grandparents population for '51 were more than double Washington, in second place with 13, and

!! 11.\'.PTOX CHRIsTIAX been spending the week with his Mr and Mrs Paul Dinkins, Jr. Los Angeles, in third place with 12.
i (ClU'Ilt'l I IWe I grandmother Mrs Ena Nazworth of Anthony were guests of their
this Message From the Bible the I
by Pastor '
1' accompanied them home. 'parents.
desire your presence and Mr and Mrs. Paul Din-

Sunday Nile at the: 1 I prayers. Sunday school is at 1Ci I II Mr Wm. Hall, infant son and kins. Sr and Mr and Mrs. C. F. ELECTRIC BILLS LOW -- Recently released report of the Federal Power Commission ;

First Church i a.m. and the regular church servo' daughters Emojean and Mrs Carter during the weekend. shows that, in general, monthly bills for electric service in U. S. remainat
Baptist HamptonBOB ice is at 11 : Ernest Triest of Theressa were ir. TheV.. F. Moore have
:, a.m. < family substantially the all time low levels established in recent years. FP&LCo.has .
\ CRAY; Pastor Training Union meets at 7 p.m ,: town Friday afternoon. children ; returned home after a vacation of followed the national pattern. Revenue from all household electricity sold

Bible School 10 .\.M I. H.T.I" 7 P.M. and is followed by the church I Mrs Earlene Ena Nazworth and Bonnie and were I"'ral'E'pks at Kin "ley Lake. has dropped from 3.84? per kilowatt hour in 1941 to 3, 36? per kilowatt hour last
J. H. Moore who
service at 8 : has been
spending
p.m. I year, down 12. 5%. Currently, FPtLCo. is within one-half cent per kilowatt hourof
"Hour of Power" Wednesday, S P.M. The messages will be by Brother shopping Staike Saturday. some time Jacksonville has
Onard Parker. the national average for the industry even though it has no natural gas,
.John Childless Mr and MM returned to his home here.
"Join The Crowds Attending Our Services"There Prayer meeting pastor.is every- Wednesday ,,I Euford and Mary Alice of Homestead Mr. and Mrs James Wainwright water power or nearby coal fields imports costly fuel oil from distant ports.
and 90% of U. S. comes from cheaper sources.
weekend power
spent the of Ft. Lauderdale the week
night at 8. Come and bring spent .
:your Bibles and study God's word Labor Day with the U. D. Dyals end with relatives in the Lawteyvicinity.

with u*. !' John Parker and Mr. and Mrs ,I
Rev. John Childress Hershel Parker and family. I Guests of Mr. and Mrs.f O. J,!' MORE NEW INDUSTRIES. In the spotlight, too, is Florida's expanding industrial

i! Mr. and Mrs Wm. W. Hammond Philjips during the weekend included activity with a wide variety of new light industries operating profitably. Chlorophyll -

Is an Easier HIJACK CKKKK IMPllsfs. I daughter Willow Ruth. non Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Phillips extraction, ramie proce'ssing, ceramic tile manufacture, chemicals and

.. PLAN HOMECOMING: and family Mr. and Mrs. Johr of Tampa: Mr and Mrs Fel- plastics are among recent additions.

Homecoming be held at the Hammond and son Chester spentthe man Redd and children of Macon

Way Than War Black Cieek Baptist Church on Labor Day weekend at Cedar Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Jame

Sunday. Sept. 7, with preaching in Keys.Mr. Phillips of Starke. James, who is AIR CONDITIONING TREND. A swing through Florida resort centers this sum

the morning by Rev C. E. Saunders and Mrs Wilson Bede baugr. in service returned to duty Monday : mer reveals a marked trend'toward air conditioning in hotels, apartments aad,

*C..... ... ..: <|Mt of J Jacksonville and singing spent SUnday in Palatka.Mr. after a furlough; of- several motels. Existing accommodations are being converted with individual room-
Russia can destroy Axnericrxvwithoutresorting in the afternoon. A basket: dinner and Mrs. Carl Alderman of weeks Miss Ola Mae Phillips returned cooling units. Newer places have c ntr.J systems.

to .armed conflict t.* By/Insidious : will be served at noon All singers Balt'more.' Md. have returned home also after a stay of

propaganda'shVhas: gotten .\a to' ask for j I i of Bradford and Union counties home after spending the past ten. several' weeks with relatives in

more'xind' "rrtbre govemroerit handouts, ; are especially invited lays with his mother Mrs Alderman Macon FZC DELIVERS GOODS! n The "rotor" for new FPfcLCo. generator at the Cot-
Starke. his brother T J of Starke. "
Rp'jlke' :
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in 'n pas plant was tree largest single ship.ment Florida East Coast R dvay ever idled
which necessitate mole govetnment controls I't\: "" :O..T.\1. HULlXt:5S: Alderman Sr of Hampton and t"r 11th.- First Baptist Church -
254,000 IbT. Safe arrival keeps the installation "on schedule" for completionin
,loss of economic freedom and\the I CIU'RCII attended the Alderman Reunion rt'rp"l a cimdnr dinner guest
November in time fer expected banner season.
ultimate loss of civil.eligious ndApoliti R Sundav. School 10 a IT'. (! Miss Francis Alderman White of (.1 Mr and tr'i H B ArvoodMl .

cal freedom. Morning; Sere 11 s m J JEvening Tallahassee and Don McKinev ,1iSt. and\ MrB T Crt"h.f

.< Service 7:30 p m. spent tV weekend .
." Petersburg .. is refrr.edin
HOME BUILDERS KNOW Public demand for all-electric kitcfaena
Such a ; result in civil Prayer Meetings Wedr. sd+y with Miss Aldermin father
cote : can only
plans of builders of large home project's. Six major Florida projects totaling
743;
night
pm Saturday nigh fami'vMrs FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S .
T. J. Alderman and : .
strife that willso weaken.us that" we shall 1 7:45: p.m.clltRC4I. Ii i Inez Offerd of Sat k" "rt':alp 1700 units have been announced in the past few months. All have comp et*_:j-

capitulate to the alrea'dy. entrenched spent the weekend and Labor Pay equipped electric kitchens.

agents cf Communism! *. *. i 01' .n:,t':* fllm"'T I with her mother. Mrs t>' .i- JUST ONE
. inr: I.ATTFJ: n\v \ISTS
'\, .. Saxon FRIGIDAIREMade
;, ... .. r Masonic Temple Call StreetS IlIlhv | Among Labor Day guest! e,' DOLLAR BUYS MORE ELECTRICITY -- A leading national magazine has v-:. -

The Drift Toward Commuaism Via- Gradual School every Sunday Mr and Mrs George Sav. \\ ,.. only by General; fished an extensive study of the dollar, showing that inflation has whittled p6r-
nornmj: Irt a m Sac > Services
i: it is
Socialization! Ms Already Well Under Way in 6:5'3\ p m. A cordial invitations George" Jackson and Mr and Mr- Motor!" Corp. -.: All!! other chasing power down to 53? compared to 1939. Only in electricity will the dot r
Marvin Jackson of Jackso-:'. :1 l'e: Electric Refrigerators of the which points out that electric power il the
America.'It Is Time to-Wake Up! ; extended to all.WANTED. !i are buy mo iff Highlights fetudy,
t and Mrs. Strickland andI\ ,:!:: '1I made by other companies best buy in the whole field of cost-of-lmng items, are shown fn charts below.

rUse 1 i i ter of Mobile Ala. and cannot use the word
Mrs. W A. Mead* of Jn-k--
Liberties. Trijjidaire.Want ---- -- --- ------ -
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Your Bank -- Champion of Your TO BUY Mlle is visiting her daugr-1 r. Mrs: -

Vernon SladeMr WHAT THE Of FOOD I Of CLOTHING Of MODSIrJRMISIti"GS Of UCTHCJfr ;

and Mrs Wylie Wnha.r; =" { A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE DOLLARWILL 'I I

I PULPWOODCONTACT'\ children Virginia and Ivan M.-iV >'. I !
? ? BUY R N Ii
Mr and Mrs H. C. Sn.ith ar: !
family of Highland Sunda\ THEN SEE compared ta 1939 ;
.. FLORIDA BANK at STARKEotr ; ..
Mr. and Mrs C. R M -nr** <"f !i
: vas urb
IZrJ fD Ult1 D.G' ults i :
Arch.r ealsd on Mrs T F E. H. SMITHTenth m .ri MTt t I I.orti

n [ J l ron rl u //iilional ( C. Whitehead Brown, Monday I ;
Jroufr Mr and Mrs Emory Brv! I :: ..' and
Templen -- ------ ---
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P.\GE EIGIIT BRADFORD '
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Only Three Labor Day Weekend 1 mlJ.\l', StI'Ttmun: ,j. 1,12!

I "1 man D Green inspectors. South
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Accidents Recorded In S-.,rk.' Chdo 1: { W. Colst.n. clerk. risks.! Kl.ir'd i,

County : t-' \\ Hi\.s{ Russell S. ;MiRae :the a'd' fair"lork the"f"r./u.the 11 c",. ,
I'i > .I{
loneinspectors.
I Graham :: before the

Only three minor traffic accidents south of Keystone Heights Aug a' t :N J Davis clerk; Mrs. Mattie F. 6 daYt.ftl."I In, '
otherwise ,
occurred in the county dur- i I 27., two English Fords turned over t :: ,i'fm. lass Bessie J. Wasdin, C.-niplaint thr Mill hr t
ing the highway-laden Labor Day causing a total of $.'00 damageThe al"! living Dyal.ri.inlpton -d l>y you.
This notice <' .
weekend, when Only five death new cars belonged to Homer ( wi L J. W>Tin. clerk K. 1 1once ear!] w .'V : ill r ("'I.i' ,!>, t
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were recorded in the state by the F. Herndon of Tampa. Frank ( + 1'- \\ i': 'T"n. J. B. Prevail and Reeks gn.ph. in tl,. r. if.trd. .' -

Florida Highway Patrol. Some Neal, 26 Tampa negro was driverof i1, H ((.Jnfti: :: Theressa: J. T. 19 t>2.lira i.it.

14 persons were "set" to die or the vehicles, towing one by the ; (,1 I, rk Herbert S. Clover- 1 IM-.I I I. \ _

the state roads according to the other. I 'It'\. land Sullivan OFFUM,( :-1' \ ) A. .
and S (T', rk f he c'.,
National Safety Council. Dennis T. Husted 17. of Erie to F !r.t: inspectors. New River: l'Mi: I 1. -I', I InTltl'

The Labor Day weekend reportsp .. was driving his Ford Sportsman F s { M !1- It 1-:: InS clerk; Chester E.

Sunday, Aug. 31. at 12:45 p.m : on state road 200. when he .. I"'tr. }: L Kelly and Frankj > OK S1 f.

John H. Brunson, 48 of Jacksonville '\1"! I,. .
Toii.Iinson : x
v
wheel off u
fell asleep at the ran inspectors. Brook- .
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a negro ran the pickup truck the road and jumped the culvert l'; U F: Iliijhani, Jr., clerk C. J. It ,f f Ii.niv ? \

in which he was driving into a south of Lawtey. He injured himself < .\s \ Leslie Green. Jr and : 1'r 1 I ,
I
el ink it s I Ii I. ,
culvert north of Lawtey. Brun. J, and fellow passenger who wa J ti I f- i \ :\1:1tlJ.: inspector-. >. and it \\

son was charged with driving without :, Jack Brown. also of Erie wa 1. a dl\ .nl'.i s,,|iI|,, .S ,, .,,1"r" I

a license and reckless driving'lIe treated at the Starke medical cen I n\/i 1'I,*: ill s, M

was released on $60 bond. ter. < ........ KiJJ KFKLKCTIO.V: : ghr s' u t ,
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On the same day at 4:55: p.m. i t i"11111" i i-.,

I i l-.i.t ;".. the time I ., .
Mrs. Martha P. Cason 35 of Jacks have btvniUytii di *
Silver Springs Adman \LI e s' : \ !I. i;.il I It.s I.. .
sonville. rammed the car in which tu s.'i\e you rts ,\ mfin,1 .
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she was driving into the side of a Addresses Rotarians! ;]( i/I; \ I i -i IIi> the City Council I have T''".' I' i 1

I' A.U.S: ttifil! to work
car driven by Mrs. Gertrude Con unhiasfd n>i I

rad 23, of Gainesville at the Advises AdvertisingAny y 1}P ',.. Ix'st intetests of our City. I It t i ,

Hampton Junction south of Starke : In 11'11. I pledge to wolk 1 t
advertising program to beffective i- "1.11 .
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Miss Peggy Pa ett. 16 daughterof i, fi i"\tt'n-ion of all municipal fait
Peter .
must he consistent j .
Mrs. Cason, was taken to the 5 nor \ s so that new residential, l f
!Pchaal.== a1h'ertisin director for 4 ,
Alachua General Hospital and Inm be opened up for th-
Silver Springs! told members of wa } .
treated for laceration of right h .,yai lit growth of our City I mat WILL PAY CASH
the Rotary Club here Wt'dnt'sdayThe i ,
knee A in Mrs. Con I I t i III' Able to see each of
passenger speaker said that advertising S ,., you Iwr-
rad's car. Harrvel Booth 51, of ;1. t th! but I will sincerely! ap- For Saw LogsANnm.i'ooi
in
should be regarded as an jj .
Cedar Keys was treated for : 'I'' ,iat your'oll' and support ons.ii
vestment not an expense The ,fl >
bruises in left knee. Mrs. Conrad ; \ September 9, 1932 SinLE'CIAN -
more money they spend on adver I
was charged with failure to yield I : 0. HAZEN: TIMIIKIt
I tisi5jr' at Silver Springs, the morrmont'y '
!
right of way. they take in, he said J > A Post Card Will! lit \I.
About 10 a.m., Monday. Sept. 1. r .1 UU;s \. I.KUISI ; mi!;:

about 3 miles north of Lawtey |I i Shaal gave some valuable tip 1 ;
''on, how Starke might attract s'
Harry C. Smith. 63. of St. Petersburg
was driving\ north while more tourists and suggested! the \ :,n'iii'i:: 1 hive not been ablt D. B. 'Dick' Thomas

of bill boards placed 1 .ri' ail oi' you personall I wil'ii !
Oscar E Shackleford. 19, of ,greater use haw ley. lla.
north of ., I' atappteciate! : '
Tampa was headed south. | :several hundred miles > cmroti- :aiu'Min

Shackleford pickup :here to sell tourists coming tc >nit in the CitElection: : urn: t I'
passed a
of a ?I Tur truck driven by Jimmie Norman Florida on the advantages stop. am iuniuug

''pine in Static k r ; -rlrrtun( i eninely! <>ti m\,
address unknown when thc sideswiped ] r y "? '
Smith's car. Shackleforc' The speaker was introduced bv- 'I s !I. .' ''1'd| and it my It How" citizen1t Hearing Aids

T. R. Connell who had charge of :-t: .uke! .i" me the honor of ieiiu .
was treated for serious laceration ,
? : : me to tinrfhponsibk AM)
1 the
of the left elbow and Smith was program i .
I '11 I I \1 ill t ontiMie n:v ettmt t.
in St. Lukes hospital in Jackson. -
.'lld.r i the b<'st set vice of1 hid 1 llth' : BatteriesDiabetic
vine with broken ribs on the left :J 200 Attend Matthews ,i iI
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side Shackleford was charge .
Reunion Labor Day Jan.e\ lH I .. I
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with improper passing. I' 8ftII Foods ;
r, .
Three other accidents happening Near'v' 200 members of the Matthews of'f1 : ll
I ., .... :.. MOM I I:
after we went to press last I family gathered at Fannin ..J; h'" .. ( 1T1tTO: VOTE I iI I
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week are: Two persons narrowly Eescuned s on Lihor Day for their ; t\.t ; : : Supplies 'I
4.J.J.t.1 \
death last week just priorto t tenth: reunion Most oC those .u.;. ;F 'b ".t: i tTi d.date i for th.. I 'it\'

the weekend when the luggage present were decendants of John rJ I \1 1 .; i. .! I in t the CIty Eh'ition ot Surgical

driven .. t ,>, 'I !I I wish to ,
trailer pu'led by a car by .. ,I", urge all trUrnof -> I
1 Elmer Matthews who moved frorr r .
Jerome Johns of Starke came / I\> i 1 I ; r 1 taiKe to go to the polK and Supports '

lone and swerved over to the I Liberty County, Ga to Columbia' /.1. :-- L ". 1111"111\1': ;\ if you don tote I

wrong side of the road and rar ;; (County Fla early in the 19th ,x uLX+: f ,IuAII i jjnpe dbt'tit' your 'Ily .AM :

head-on to a car driven by Sadie century. J J 't.j ; r ss' 'I< ',1 i mi' nt Let's all'o!.' tm Trusses ,I I
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Fimes. 62 of Melbourne. She wa Highlight of the gathering'a? ,h- ::.t ,\,.31 ;i': 'Li: ssn. electing I C; I'm'Kaunoml '

riding with her husband Clyde, 66 t r as. ,_ : to tlu City C,>un. i II! I It
who received various abrasions and the readingof a family history 4 r -..;.... t> i We Rent !
t thank
for ,
jim your vote and :0,1Respl'dfully. ij/ I
dating back to 6-r 7 A.D. It ha II I
bruises. Johns was uninjured and

there were no charges.At I been complied) over the years by 1'"tt. CrutchesVeterinary I

2:40: pm. on state road 21 Jack Matthews of Trenton I f G. Paul Raymond I
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lu In-ull ('"nrf. .
llniilfiiril I <> .nl'.
"I.lda; In Chanvtrr. Supplies
..111. Knl, Plaintiff \ \\ II I
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE K"iil I. 1 I''1* frrn.utt{ I i I
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t I.-,'ii, flbd 1 asal- -f y.l, i i 'I.1 ( near hospital: )
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r ii "iinr'Ml to -t. t.. ." '|1"i .r i i.IIsv aines\ille.; Fla I
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221 N. Temple Aye: Phone 166 4 's

i t Ewell Lawson

STAUKE, FLORIDA i
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,1- ,, II I I II I First day of school '
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'" II brought main reactions to many' kids Tuesday It's ('hutilll!" fur the kids. and a seemof the BIIS 'afeteriashows

I and the top left photo *>h first and second graders eating their enticing first day menulumliiircert. :
the .
photographer b 'for. iM'jjinninjj their first day of school. They

arc liol>liIhiii< KhiMlcn frn h fries. milk, and ice cri'iuil. In the senuul shut
I > son of Mr. and .Mrs-" LonHhoden and

I .- Miss Dune Hatth. daughter of Mrs. Jlutli (latch both of Ntarkc, Irons tin top( rather dubious looking. first graderline up ill thelumh CouncilTUESDAY

I In the middle left little Patsy IJIUarnn, ,1, is IMMIIP! comforted line, one of main another firsts for them during the 11.1.> .

I I I tj her older sister" Hilda, 9, of the fourth grade, Se*'its as though :Scaled in the football stadium are the high school students ni 'iiientiMtore :
.FOI: S,M.P S\v ..1 Y..II\\' I i.uplnefn1 m,
II.IIIV Indigo ww crop TTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I'atsy walked off from the first grade group( behind her with intentions 1511s prm{ ipal l'. s. I'arlin 'In-gan I the neschool jar bv

1',,"- i,'..1., O.ti l.iliu......1 I X troy.rtifieiiSi.iiihUuO. early I MATTRESSES of going home to play with her brother, but all-knowing Hilda getting their attention. And In-low tiers eola Kolw-rts, first Jrult.in"truc.tnr SEPT. 9

lief." I'y.- K<. up !;.-rd drying OF ALL KINDS stepiM-d in just when the girl broke into tears. Roth girls are tin rt':1"to her class during the first daj in the moderns ,

& ,Ir.iriinc / \\ llrfinilto'i. RENOVATEDd daughters of Ir. and )Ire. John
II. \\arrcn.
Mrm.k, i "ld. tf Bottom left, students ( hool room. I

and mothers are seen milling about the registration table in the courtyard (Telegraph: l-Minute Polaroid Photos I5> George lta)less) !
K'In. | KKNT-.Km iislifil, .( of EVERYBODY COME OUT
i."'-inlutli... 11.1..1 ptittu.-Irrputq Its. 'f1.li the school| for the new "students.is (Mor> On Page 1)) ,

p..r"h Apply OS South! St or ,I
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II I FURNITUREReupholstered W. Legion 4th District This Year's August ASP AND VOTE ,'
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I i.Iiu K.im.si \/..tl..isId George Last July the department an
.ints iut.. 12 I.1. '.. t Leader
III. t.Kh \\ \.11r..t..1 and To Conduct Building Permits '
and liram hed..tzAlea cutHHRt S'\ (-red i six tailshile June ha

< 111 IDA fur $1 ". ,'.tI".I-1 I Refinished than $1 .KMI fire
Officer tunre in damage
1..IJIIl'"i.a... 101..1 I I.:: in. t"u: Dies In Installation Take Dip From 1951 ( Pd. I'ol. Adv.)
rash Pi,.tnir" P.HI).--lit.]ltrdrrr| VST1NT.S MATTRESS CO. County !i. bUilding's

Az.it- iartietl.: And ntl 230 1'alatka, Fla. I nwight Sullivan Commandft of Stark. residents
I'.l'lJlllr }:.,rte C..lli.| >, XII''IY-I I: building homes
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}:.HI"CII. Fla & r A u Funeial seivui'S fir the American Legion Fourth I Its and commercial structures\ in the BHS Enrollment I
1.1':'"' j. n nunIn InhnVes Iriel.111 .
K'Ul SU.H-- KriKHl-iiic .mil d.! .<.- i II "\I)1.1: l II itt icy Geoige 4ti who died \\ednes conduct the installationof L city were issued permits on $10 "ontinud from pageails o : 7 Piece

li< M"likr u riftt'. +"a'i 10. -.-rn \ 1'.1'1.K: M IUM.<< ,d.iv new officers at the regular 500 worth of construction, during after the ,
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morning following ill Tornadoes
:it Kl: t'tsar : -I'It. t. A Supply ,'" !\l.1S._ long meeting of Jones Langford-White> the month I I I
J I!, \\ lutf ilp: *> '. I I Ur Oak I'mh: \\ r 56. the American Legion records show :
Kni-h lhuroilaIM'.OTKCT < a LIVINGROOM
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at 2 p.m. Thursday. season seemed to infiltrateranks "
FII: r. rrnllvldua: I" "'Iahla'h .1.,1. Iainr.In. Inth: Friday here next Tuesday 8 ,
ci-lnp. !"r M 1I"w llarn. farm i Rev Curtis Harris of the Law night at This is a $10.100 decrease from of students as if thex .'. ,., .

aiulIIIMH mm hni. r\' IM l-r.t.lf.'ld: ,'''UIII\ ] yon: SKrFireproof : ::: tey Baptist Church presided ova o'clock at the Legion Home the July permits and $3,375 decrease anxious to get bark to sl<'liI'i .
\ If nitrrard ttiitr, Officers to be
installed
.\11.-" 4Mi"; 1..'n.-\ .its. J.i i K.sonvill 1'1'111".111 Security Box i'the gravesideeruce. Interment at the from the August permit Superintendent! of Publn' I 11 ; GROUPHere's
I i beautiful l large, h Tuesday night
fur tiUils 3tp 1251111Ids I "a\\ duty stet meeting are as follows of 1951;
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in the
was '
-- 1;, bill: $IO J-;; plus tax Bradford| family Plot. : W H. t Bill 1 Graham. Corn I struction H P Morgan an1'I' \

\ -I f..-l lik. a h"IIt. again' | C"unty TVleirraph ttf Mr George was a lifelong resl Guess August just isn't the llcity's saying "After a sumim i ,' I

I 1)11, pral.e" toy ,:-1..alllllll; n..I'.. .l 1 iul Moixluurk. Tha''ik, fur it'll II J IFeR I Tin nt'l aT-'oIlXIID: r.ride Commander: John M Godwin. 2nd I business. JM: > an II"t'
in, mr about i -too KliKr.l\ed \\fdJlHK : i was born in Lawtey 1903i fated from their -
'; 1'U.sIi-K-ilf Tran InMta- I Sept. 15. Vice school fuend* J Years to ( onif -- < nmf?r .
|i.in-lit Kinixh IN.iijjht: a lion on fine ritr.oiit.nt paper lI Commander; T. C Haz<'n, Jr ,
1'j.riu quart i onus $1 U *:, Uradford : i His parents were the late most students do look tor*,aid !I. ('ombined with! -i n.th
at Uiiiiir
& -\ut.i Stippiv! Countvtf Finance Officer: T. 't. Fmley. Lawtey Negro Loses {hone MI -tarke.h FU/ \ i
'I TM'craph ,, Charles and
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ans. Evelyn
to then.i.r
I ISLE Lastlnger turning school as ;
\ and Beauty .
Chaplain A J
: Thomas Jr.. Service '-
I I George Home Needs Clothes a goal there, and th' ,
}")It J y are among ---- -- ---- ----- --- --
Two-siory home, S I MHOS REPAIRED Officer: W T. Coram. Jr .
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r"nm- \\ith J bathiiMinian "mall kitchen. A MiaIl ... Historian and John Crew, Sgt.-at- Th home of RJo S 1 Sofa Bed c 1 Table LampS
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'oth'S"1|i ".w. \II M"drl. ; Church.SnrMvin ph Smith -
te\ Baptist .
M |>r 'ns.i >. 1 l hi.<. k from .own i I'[, ttrn...nnhlr rhnrcr. 'Arms. Dr. A. Y. Covington. Rob .

>lea.unable.> MIUUI Kiat bargain Kviate for AIt."t11' rashr "i. ,i i i Ton U.I'llx.Call. M.t'. .II-I'lIl-nU Murke: guaranteed: 1.:411 II|I I ; ? besides::1 his widowMlie Shaper and Guy Andrew will be"Peetrrrll". tailored pr.''.uhei te negro'Ahl.ves settlement in Co. Commissioners 1 Chair 1 Smoker

\\' ie J FteA rtuy !>i9 l: t'nitrreily .v', I McKinney George is one son: installed as Post Executive Committeemen (Continued from oneimeit ,
1 at Lawte\. A page 1 Coffee Table 2 End Tables
.\\. .. iiainr; .villf>. Fla I I4t.bg lANTKI: > \\ f"lmlesV. George two -i I as burned recently -
'- lute ladx to m.Ih' I : >tej> .
9 I.6: ,. and the family N In need of cloth-
Jaik-i.nviH | ? "K.I (I I I".u-r .w,.I, i "Children : Chailes B McKmnev may be interested in ruling
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\\ AXTEIvliadUiitt "j tire f.ir I. d.\ while: 1111 hii T. A Yawn Jr, and Jerry O. ing and other household articlesAn'on.
!Ia. nur-- ori 'I leaiht All"l\ le I'rie-t and Mrs' Ida Mae Thompson al'!: i t-ii.-.ed ph.-iu
prartit-at fd .rnt-ral, Gay will be installed as le'
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Adjutantr' .
duty Iludlr'.. t'lr-M, tli'-pital! i 1-2I.J "." ha 9 I r. of tarke. one half-brother. Ea I and having: donations the\ missioners deferred action until l .i
tflV.. fall M Starke. '1.1. tfF Asst. Adjutant respectively) would like to make leave the talked with road
l.VNI. }*"i: sxi.K \\evt halt .,' George of Orlando: one sister by Commander may the b
< ,li s\IK-KMwjuiiy! In J-b,ilruoni \ S"UIhN.a iiiait, "i art; Uull. lit Mrs Dewey Williams of Stark: Sullivan. them at the Red Cross office in The SRD has roads that are ,' ;:
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bar I modern, ,, !h"m.- 'iiiu d.\\n. j i'*>nt:muni; vo .t, r....I II inner inn y 1":r I-'O le: .t. and one half-sister: Mr '. BertaSullivan ?1 l '' All Legionnaires and veterans the health center on Church St. :fected by high water.
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nthly parnient.If M.J.1 1 1 Make us an nffrr. r.ra.-.onat are eoM.ally invited to attend this t The Board
at nose Karue J J.'hn, It. 1. I t< Mii> .available l. of South Carolina accepted the re.M ikri

Itiix; "'m' Stiirke. Fla_Itt-hg I TAllahn..rr. Kla_\\rtte rift; nox IK ..711 i ., DeWitt C Jones Funeral Horr.ftas meeting Starke Fire Dept. lion of T K McClane, Jr, rminfagent. r jili

FuI: .\1.1'-1 1 G JE'r"h..I't>r. al- I \ in charge of arrangements. H. P. Morgan, Onr :
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r..alhr'd Kr....li April J I I.-j I door S Myna 11.1-lair: $1745 model NEW Hunk! tj I Miss Morgan R.N. Had 1 August Call I director of cit il defense; resign" 'i
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Sweat. H.ehttay 30!. turn rig ht ,
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.' CfAUANTCKrite r.>s '23-S, MCMOUIAM tai position His rasa -, '
at Jo. .- ijrill:
Joins
ftthg 3 Med Centers The Starke Fire
: 3 Department
It Pi I In taxing memory of our husband was accepted by the Baird -
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o'\I: SAT.r:-Mo* rl.) 'an 1940 Chevr -FOU il nEXT-f'urni.h..J two-room and father, Elisha Giiffn answered onlv one call during the Tfc. Board named the manag"I"
.. Apartment with private liith Hot. Frances Morgan R x., month of August, a 50 cent
It "up" n<4'1' II. iM>oi1 iin- and t'old water elettrii refriireratlon who passed away Sept. 3. 19ol' :: per :ins the Oct. 14 special Democrat!.'
flllI..n. Wi Mr> O-x, K'tight's F\ .-. : -. aaughter of Mr and Mr. M J tro'ra deciea from August of 1951 ac
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Itp I niitlon arson from schoul. lit : of; Starke has joined l the cording to SFD Chief D. W. Car- r
You could not say goodbye, but precincts. They art ir I
staff
WANTED a! the Starke \
-wim* huusrkroiHr Linn re FOR nn.NT-Quiet.r Medical Center i- pentern -
premlex. Attenuate ".ilanr. 'I fortable I apt- a.lulninR.tful. co mrive know that you are sleeping.sweetly .. Miss Morgan ,order of precincts from one t". 95
of graduated fro
Xli- .horn.. Wutc lox; $4-: Itark. >. I rooms e3th. Electric itlb'hr ns sleeping with the angels! i BHS 1947 The August 15 call was a trash I eight-: Lawtey, Carl F. Carterclerk .
: Fla. in and
it I final: beds. from the Ala :a- blaze.
p '1'b..-: There was no damage
-r K from on high You have lefts I :; T. T Bla'J..burn. Othma
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FOR with SM.K dolto-One Mapt dinette set Starke(iv.:-..nt take road left) at ban bridge dirt on road Call cant place which never can be fill-]1 chua nursing General in Hospital school of During the same period of 195fe Norman. and D. Y'. Starling. inspectors Complete for onlyr'
m"lrh.11'1': H.ln.h" I Si for about I September 1951. She two calls
mi. were answer
to in to
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HotVhihi> n at ed but we God's I North Starke JarMl
r Hd id. Uai'ord 1MH. leftide ..f pray will to meet also
n.ad .. served
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Car!! assistant directress's
aura auto fire that
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Poison II P Wviin Apts. tf some sweet day. i Signed i Mr of runes and did damagen I O Gay. clerk Mrs; Alice E Stub-

I Esther Gnff; and faculj: work emergency too :::1r.3 tash !Ire wih. ,i.t: any dam binMTJ: Minnie L Tus. and ,
1uie at Alachua ,
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