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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 19, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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r Ready For Leesburg Vote Is Asked



by an average of 2.1 noimd.s' ( :; per! man t hl' ku kins! on i I tor Bi.idfordFian.l .

tHIS Tornadoes will lift the curtain on their 1952:> :season; :; tonight .ill \Martin lettei t ::

(Friday) at 8 o'clock against the Leehurgeliow:; quarterback who habeen m,' --- -

Jackets in Bradford Park. with i a brokeii iollaibonv,.-" Landowners

Though last season wa. a dis. see action against Leesbuig, b-r;I: District GovernorDue

mal one for the Jackets i twinning may be ready to go against S-e'l
Olont'! in their Orange STARTING: LINE-UP breeze next week.Bradford's .
L ia' game (Probable) Petition Board
'...- :r Belt Conference Coach Ed Stack forward wall has .' At Rotary

lost only one member of last year'? IKJT: )}('(;I'I'I letterman at every position exit t-t! :

... squad and dopesters in that area Hutchinson, left end: Alvarez and Clark a For

now figure Leesburg may turn out Mi 'lark guards: Hutchinson, Crews, diner r- -- -- Referendum

t to, be the dark horse team of 1952 (' \Wldon and Crawford as tackl. -

Leesbuig was formerly in the 1.(; .\larvzT Weldon at center; and McGc- >' I ,
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East Florida Conference, but withdrew : ('rm furel right end.Minor '
INSPIRATION INC. ,
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several seasons to I.t; injuries are plague ,
ago joir Vern 'n Tesfon, h,'!,,! ,,
the Orange loop. I II I 'lark or lade the team, but most of the ,
Pulchritudinous BUS Cheerleaders give a prevue of the brand of pep and enthusiasm( I Tornado Coaches Hobbs am1 JB McClane are raring and ready to go. I' :' : !., f ',,'I% too'' I -i.

they'll display tonight to inspire Tornadoes on to victory (C'a)"!) they hope. Elected lasl t Hazelwood have drilled their Ml l're\att Leesburg's team and en. ;"- "., .. bt ;"'tcriI Kit-::

week by popular vote of the student body they are (first row I to r) : Jimmie :Moncrief, charges long and hard every afternoon I'B Jackson' will arrive early Friday aftei 'loot \ ",.r I t'i! :' II' ,

Jackie Tanner, Nancy Hearst, Barbara Prevail. Second row: Elaine Crosby, Eloise Thom' this week in preparation for Kll Shaw i I and will spend the night ip SUkr: t t.tk.'" "t.the t u Bt liil!rc',;'I "I .
a." Louise Johns, Ann Crosby. -Polaroid l- I.nute Photo by the Telegrapl- j tonight's curtain-raiser. Rough Saturday they will attend ni .
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U of F Stetson in Ga a Spl"II
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'I edges and weak spots brought tcj season's crack team. J ville. here Tuesday morning:
j light in the intra-squad scrimmage Delano Thomas will handle I I VI it inns signed b 117
It'll Be A Battle Of Bands AlsoStarke game last Friday night have punting chores with Ed Prevatt | Everything points to a "Hij i n'piv filling >a tot c: i ieis
clean with each team ch
been the prime targets of thi as an understudy. j I game .trip ri.i _' .11'1'.''; of land I!
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and Leesburg will match bands toni ht. as well as football teams.A week's practice sessions ing at the bit after five week >t:
Tom MrClane will be 'uity \\ f'II'
I at the all- hard sessions presented t tR.i.ird I.
double-dip of music and color is in store for fans who turn out for the opening game of Brad ford'a running game bar important signal calling spot ;Next' practice Thursday night local the 1952 Tornado schedule. .
been built around Ed Prevail Eo"Teslon. I Sidney Jackson a powt'i1110) ) will I'ollothe Tornadoes lit' referendum on fire on'r.' I ,>
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Lee.burg is bringing along its GO-piece High School BandIt will share the spotlight withBradfords and Gene Shaw Prevatt I net and teiritu) hl'Hk'r I tmni tht I >ia\ boa Beach for Biaiii! ailed
and Teston are lettermen from last 'fullback. I The law requires thai .>AM.i 10"
own 57-piece Band expanded than'fs to the purchase of additional uniforms from I posit Ion will! do th first i t'onteieni e lash
'L majority of acreage in t
last year's total of 43 marchers. Both bands will drill during the half.
I Shows t V must petition before a n-e I

A new honor Came to the BUS Band this week when it was extended an invitation to participate Survey Currie Gets Nod For County Agent; L, Price Ilickman i t tions ml election presented can here be beltl'ri' '".

in massed band numbers at the opening University of Florida game with Stetson in Low Incidence exceed.
!I'm)" SMi'Ki Rots v i 'iiir ,n h. minimum '
Gainesville Saturday night. Ten high school band. were invited to join with the U of F and : h.t next \\ t'dnt'sdaI" I >islnctiLioveinor requirement In j i
Board Sends 'Rec' acres.
To Extension Head
Stetson bands in a spectacular show at Florida Field. 4 : Ot TB Here I I'i iCC Hickman of Jacksonville In its first trial by billot)! n'\ ",

i I who is making his annua'I in the General Election ot! !to ."

-I I In the recent Rtadtord County Clifford I I. ('un II' present
. SCARCITY OF BERRY PLANTS CALLED CRITICAL Multi-Phasic Survey sponsored by tor of the /Farmers Home Administration Ira Wilson and in the clubs in North Florida. control unit was defeated bv <

I the Health Department a.id the in this district, has been discussion that followed it appeared I Gov. Hickman is one of the 207 close vote of 493 to 570>>; That \nan

Tuberculosis Association, a totalof : recommended by the Board of that a large number of farmers I District Governors who are supervising off-year election and only !

, What may prove to be the lucrative defense jobs. very low ground | 1.893 individuals received a County Commissioners for the I and civic leaders: most interested I I the activities of some 7.60C per cent of the qualified: rote

slimmest strawberry acreage since Three factors are contributingto Other berry- rowing areas in'' chest x-ray and 1,599 were givena position of County Agricultural in the agricultural development of Rotary Clubs which have a membership -1 turned out at the polls The >. "

World War II days, when farmer this sad state of affairs: j I the state seem similarly hard hit I blood test for anemia, diabetes, Agent to succeed T. K. McClane( I Bradford County and who are of 360.000 business and here this No'ember111 be ''I.>.

left their patches to work at Camp 1. An insufficient supply of I The Plant City Courier I'eport?I and serology. Complete reports Jr who recently resigned to accept thoroughly familiar with the quali- I professional executives in 82, heavier.

Blanding seems in prospect here plants. Hundreds of thousands of i that acreage there will fall far have been received this week on all the position of executive" : flcations of Mr Currie. have uraed 'countries aiound the globe. The establishment of ,\ fii- ..1irol

with a shortage of plants that ha; "runners" died in the field under below the average annual planting J those examined. Any individualthat president of the Florida Farm I{I his appointment. unit in Bradford Count Il'<'',

reached critical proportions. the scorching sun of a record- i of 5,000 acres. ha.i any abnormal findings is Bureau Federation : After discussion the matter was I I not prohibit a landowner I 'I

Thus is the exceptionally dry. breaking June_ heat wave. ] There will also be a shortage of: being notified by personal letter The action took place at a special put to a vote and the motion was Oct. 4 DeadlineFor | burning his own land if he i.shi-

hot summer, that brought drought 2. The few plants that are available I plants shipped in later from other and it is urged that they read this n1PE'tinof;: the Commissionersheld 1 I unanimously carried. : i I This may still be done mule

disaster to many Southeastern are too high for the pocket states because of drought con report carefully It is expectedthat here Tuesday at 10 a.m. J 1 Mr. Perry requested that a cop I state law if the owner give.1,1

, States, at long last making itself book of most growers. Prices reportedly J ditions. notifications will all be r sent F. S Perry, district agent with :! of the minutes of the Board he RegistrationA :|, vance notice to his neighbors ant

. felt Iii-thla Immediate area. { range up_ tp S10 per I Advises ,the Courier i| complete by the early rart.' next the Agricultural Extension Service -: sent to H. G. Clayton, director of carefully watches his fire

H. L. Brownlee, veteran buyer thousand. "Norniafly' < Treat every plant as if i it wa week. Th ise who hear nothing by met with the board and sug the Extension Service. I It is stated that :'.* cost ol afire
and shipper, stated yesterday that hover in the $4 to $5 {{fj; : worth its weight in gold. I that time will know their findings'gested the names of a number of j: Following the met'tingthe Board L CrosbJ, supervisor of control unit to Bradford Coo

he feared acreage here would be' many growers still t .p.! Be wary of shipped! plants un were normal throughout. I[I qualified persons for the positionin i i requester the cooperation of all {I rt'lsllallon: reminds the public ty would be not more than thr-
record unless some they sold for $2.50 t.bsaiid less know this county I interested' officials in securing the ;that Saturday. Oct 4. is the: deadline ,
smallest cents
the on per : you you are dealing Preliminary study is \' 'IY en- per acre, and tax nulls::
thing in the form of a minor a decade ago. I with a reliable erson. couraging in regard to tubercu After a careful consuleiation of final approval and appointment of for M'gistrring; to vote in the I for that purpose would not ex. '

miracle comes along to change the 3. Even if plants were available Once you have your plants ir losis. Only two individuals art the qualifications Commissioner :I Mr Currie which the Board "deem- November General Election Per- two mills. The State and Fder. .'

picture. At present even the thee has not been sufficient rain I I the ground treat them on the believed to have definite tuberculosis Jessie Chastam moved that MiCurne -. ;, ed essential to the best agricultural -on who have already registered governments will pay for the n

most optimistic! observers do not this fall to set them out. i l same gold standard because they and nine suspicious only. be appointed to the place. development of this Countv tit not have to re-register I tial cost of installing the fume pi >

expect acreage to exceed the 30C One Lawtey grower reportedlylost will have to carry you through the : Additional study and exanunat.on1 i The jiipei' 'visor's office in the ] tection unitOwners .

mark- very near the low point 100.000 plants in July and long season. There will not be an will be necessary to determine Businesses Slow Local Board Calls I courthouse is open Saturday mornings of small homes n ,II i ij

reached in Blanding days when August and similar misfortum abundance of nurserY stock tc significance i of the latter group I Two This Month t j I I farms that do not l'X.d >

most growers and their helper hit most others except in a few replant with as many grower Fifteen individuals were found to Getting Licenses ,, ': $5,000 homestead exemption w '
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deserted the berry fields for more
enlarged hearts tumor Due October 1 I 'MS been annctunced b\ Selective"seiviie i I tection cost.Because .

Kelly To Head I 'Shame'Says masses and other conditions "\\'eat' I I' \\jx-Al I Boatd Xo. 18 f<>] ; By City Policei wood firet t > ,

ResignsStarke : .- advised our chest findings are With ]111 'Ia\ s i lemainmg! : befort j jthe i I Sept 16 Inducted at this time i great damage every \<-at >
much\ lower than any other recent : ; :, "elcRoy Alton! Rickett present protected woodlands tin- i ..
Oct 1 deadline.onl\ handfu' ]
) "Olin! \ s'irv.-v.."' Dr, A. Y. Covmjt'oi : I address High Springs, and Richan1 I City Policemen Matt Morgar: 'growth per acre per year i. I II
County PMA GroupIn ounty health of business houses have paul then DeSue <'colored of Starke. and Riley Sweat got in a little !|I da is around 35 boa rtl !k'I

saxi dirt'clor'l occupational license fees for the unscheduled! target practice Wednesday :|I protected woodlands h'>'.'. .... ..,
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forthcoming vear. a check of city ,| Foui teen registrants of Loca1 night The bull's ir.
: eye average can be raised I.> I .
Bttmm.uion.s, reveal diahe' Board 18
and two
accordance with the new and county tax collectors office. registrant I
Market Senate this case was a four-foot rattlesnake .| feet after the land I, n .
law PMA delegates met Wednes- t to t 1), ,i very important condition revealed yesterday. transferted in from other hoards- I
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day afternoon in the Agricul'.ura' in this county as nine new City Clerk Carl Johns statec' were t'a II''ii for pre-mductior that happened to be crossing chance: to rex f from .

Manager Building and elected the County Head -. dctiniases'! < uvre di -covpred and that only 11 business houses have physical examination Monday Road 100 just south of the burning
found On the bi-:> ,',,1 t t es, i ii,,. '
Committee that will have charge 16 'it'\\ individuals above I obtained their new license up ti Alligator ('reek bridge when th,
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Frank of the over-all county Agricultural Charley normal r'hit will b*> nn-hecked for (I date For the year now expii'inthe : : Recent BirthMr two fleets rode by on routine Bradford ('our-\ .' ', ii ,
I Conservation Program for SI IIIJ. >n" About 4tpel' cent :;i I city issued a total of 38T ,.
i I patrol timber gioAth: I ',' I ('",lid I
Johnson ) .1 1952-53: Elected were: Johns .1 t l kiMwr' .liibetic I cases were licenseCnuntJ'-. : HII.I Mrs.. Leaton' Moig.uiJr : .
above 'I rinil it time of test. Tax Collector J. R With ,i fc.\ 'Acll-amidi shott crea-'d h\' sr r rfeet n'i'', ,
E L Kelly chairman; I,. LD announce the hI t" I.: .
; It mr pei i I I' < w" I i
Twentindividuals: > !! were Kelly said that so far only 39 occupational :Moigar. and Sweat ( hangei, ) Mr
t 'al. vice-chairman: Leon Conner I ,.
normal Melvin Ralph orrS.it-ndiv! : Sept' about i (1'I.U"' < r 111111111"
member Hodman found t t"> he below the and 10 beer liceiispr Sn.ike s n.i'nl abou' ,\ here ho \\mg"mp '
; Underhill, first State Sen.it.n{ ,I'harlev E ,, anemia and 13. in the Alachua Hos lars t.j Lhtl"'''i>ag'' 'I
K. E. ( Frank) Johnson manager alt Johns leetiina! level for appl'Xlm:1t.J have been issued by his office -nt-ial The the
ernate: Albeit Griffis. econ I ') / : tepnit tattler timber in Bradford ell ,, '
resident-d.sIgn4t. )t ui. mv:: 1\' < 0 were found to have issuer" :
(If the Starke State Farmers Mar altemate. : > In the current year he pital. \'
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Florida Senate thinks Ad- t : year rOl'j>ctroffll'lab .
ket since last February has resigned u rt 11'\, positive serological findings around :300 occupational aol t'?
Delegates who picked the new.j| !ing shame" that State 1 I.. I louati. will be necessary on
to accept a position with ditional study beer licenses in the county.
the San Antonio (Texas) ProduceCo. officers' were: Z.V.. Hamilton JM. nominees aren't taking a more this latter group and it i is felt thata I. Although all retailers have t( i
Edwards J", U U. Underhill:'I active THEY'VE BEEN WITH% CITY I IWH
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.. the Telegraph learned this qn,1 Marcus! Conner The delegate I ty's November part in supporting ticket. the par I good percentage will not be significant obtain a ('Ity license at the cit\ YEARS
week. I Reason for resignation: a on followupA hall most of them obtain the
themselves! were elected the ] Senator Johns' '
much better paying Job in blast at "reluc moic dt tailed lepoit will be state and county orcupatmna'license ., (.t"trgr na li's'.
PMA balloting last tant Democrats" I M aiding exe he ,
my
Saturday. followed h 1.
a caucu.-- Th
It is generally conceded that :Mr. submitted It a later .iatf : from Tallahassee.
Jonnson had dune a good job in Under the new .setup there wiT!! of House of Representative members County Tax Collector issuer WHba< k in DetiinbiM I ,<>' \ '. Hut probablx toe tni'; _.

his one season here and most be four Community Committee? in Tampa last weekend Th<- i licenses only to those who arc j a >pnghUy middle-aged) tr.m N: ,says, was the ]1950 hn'i

growers have expressed regret at in addition to the over-all County Representatives balked at adopting BPW To Promote :!I, performing some "sen-ice". sucl- Ran working for the city of st.t-r t 'cjg I Ifh'rtwr" ,,'
his leaving. lie xvas manager of Committee Members of the Com a lesAution giving unqualified endor as garages professional men etc 'in the power plant as .n, gitat.- ( o: ,
munity Committees >ement to the Democratic I at time when St.itke hii i'ig: if','. \ ,
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the thriving Plant City market for were elE'ctl'dlast Parade During Beer dealers who fail to renew 0,1j
Saturday as follows nominee for IVsident. Vice Pres- 1 j three brick-lined ho r hi'I I 'I! 'I; '
eight years and is given muchof : their licenses before the Oct !Mtpfts t a' j > .
the ciedit for the success of Area No. 1 dent. and the part 's platform Special WeekThe ,deadline will have to go through; i land buggy '..va'I I n\o-td: 'm.r 'I!:' mu.II ar.'IT '
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that operation. LeatonIor an. chairman: Senator Johns said that he dhl the procedure of submitting! a new auto. ,

J Wainwright, chairman of Marklee Starling vice chairman: not agree with Coy. Stevenson', applIcation to the Bf'\era e Departm Six months latf : ,' ard l I r' rilroI'"I -1
Starke flimn"Profos!: ,
the local markets Advisory Committee Russell Redding. member; Allen!j stand on the tidelands oil question (, >nt. Mr. Kelly said. ran Joe Morr.' t 1',1! f'I'< .. "
'onal'oman' Cl'ib' >\ III observeNational .k" h. nl. Itjl.'lit" .
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stated yesterday that there Stalling first alternate: Cecil and several other issues After -Ian 1 a 10 per cent penali work with the u-. ,:' : Her .
Btiess'oman. < Week whu has ,
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but 1 II.
added. "I'm
had been no indication yet as tc'| Crawford. second alternate. a Democrat. I'n-: 'i attached to all state and county tncianNow.
I to with a mrarte on :Monday Sept 29 ars to Mary i mj
who will be sent here to manage Area XII 2 oing romg to vote woik Denx for the>cratic. and I'm He Mrs :Marian Howe chairman ofj on upat."II,1. il! I:en.xes still: urpai'l : nearly 27 itit-; r. wr! KnirUnd has ; ,id t', ..

the Starke market Some action j Tullie Norman chairman: Clarence explained that he party the parade committee stated that men are still empire i "t'-" :tnI. I.! n"1 electric at"
did not consider
will doubtless be taken soon as Hutchinson vice chairman Annual Staff the ".!"''leti1'' .
; these differences sufficient thp event would start at 12lo: : p m BHS in power pint: i -i in the plar ah'
the fall pecan: auctions will becoming Felix Sapp. member; Floyd Crosby to withhold from ground : Mrs. Howe said that the pal adr carrying out their res.-: i.v'* dutie 'L1 since he's .. en

up next month. first altemate; J. B. White party's ticket because support few if any the will form on West Call St. neat Gets Early Start they began more tlifni:i (Iua rt' '. The drummir smfuf.d I l

second alternate. members of either party woule" the new Masonic Temple and wil' ;, The annual staff at BUS is losing of a century ago J",. Mnrris icft and' (} t. !I vibrating 01" f''hi .

Area }"o. $ agree 100 per cent with every proceed east on Call St.. circle j:I no time in getting started on Otto E. Stansbury the enjnrr; :*lanslurth.) 'II \ tui oldestMnplojws ,;i IPSt'motors\ (J -' t .i/. '
Burned Out- J. \\'. Kelly, chairman: Howard plank in either platform. around the post office block, anc" i' the 1953 edition of the school recalls how the then small; plant friuii standpoint ,.f tutd! one bit.

Wait, vice chairman; Ernest Edwards "I think that it is a crying then march north on Walnut St. yearbook. "The Tornado." had only two 100 hp ",'rr.I1ieseJenerators >eur i worked.brought "A" T f ,|o',.

They Need HelpWhat member; Frank L. Tomlin- shame" the Senator added "that ending at the USO.Mr Johnny Kopelousos, editor in and five err.pi-A'ees, tr hf- .' id I IV ,

son. first alternate; N. J. Davis: our state leaders aren't that photographerwill run the city's utility system. H. 'r ',' ... : '1" i-
taking a <. Howe outlined the probableorder chief, states a the hp total capacity
second alternate. be- watched this into four ',' 'I.- ,-1" \\a'a ,
more active part in supportingthe of the parade as follows: be here during the week has grow nearly six times greater than t v',
have you got that a familyof Area No. 4 Democratic ticket. We know Highway Patrol. High Schoo' ginning Sept. 22 for the purposeof 'generators supplying -omp 2.28T!!1928 rui'p'tt lid 'Ae J .-' f'"r -

six. who lost everything in a J. M. Edwards Jr.. chairman: what the Democrats have done for Band. :Mayor Sheriff and "Future taking pictures A new policy hp And Stdfi't: ;.m> fia.iome experuaces setting !!'P I

fire Tuesday afternoon, could use? W. s. Sibley vice chairman: H the people and we. as Democratic Mayor". Business Woman's Float will be to include in the book individual Before Stansbury and Mornj I that would have killed': h.. 1'111:1 ci,!' !

The local Red Cross office is accepting B. Hinson member: Clyde Hersey. i i nominees should be telling the High School Business Class (future pictures of all students in came to work, the city had once;I a more frail] pen-on such &a: "Ir <".o and! J 1 ". \1 i "

donations of clothing and first alternate: E. M. Prevatt people.- business women*. Beauty Operators grades 7 through 12. These will had steam engines %ut changedin 1932 one of the machines bur <-' ., ,geth.-r rr a ,....

household articles of all kinds for second alternate. Judge E. B. Done! of West' and Clerks in cars. Beta Sigma also be placed on sale later in 1922 for the semt-disels, sometimes : up in my face, and it looked :l.k- i ;: broken Henry and Jerlene Dommon Palm Beach chairman the be because ( f r. ..
of Phi. Junior Woman'< Club. Wo packets. Seniors will phOto- called "hotheads" .; a giant big rose it was so hot speaks ni. ) -
(coiored) and their four children At Lackland AFB State Democratic Executive Committee man's Club. American Legior graphed in caps and gowns. of their tendency to become red. "I wag only 3 ft from it \'. hri .: \\ ',' e'er: 'Aho : .'t I I- ..

whose small two-room cottage In said that he was "sorry Auxiliary Lioness Club, Garden The advertising staff began'' hot wrhL'ft-peratinR! j i I: she let loose and why I happened InJ..n..

Reno burned to the ground. Cause Robert Haag son' of Mrs J. H shocked and surprised" at the Club, Red Cross nurses. Physical soliciting ads this week and stressed In 1930 the city got a 210 hp to be looking at it, I don't know "Joe i is ar..A':. '. 1 .

.f the fire is unknown although Moser. Route 1. Starke. i is completing ( action of the House caucus in Education girls. Big Dad girK antf that the success of the annual diesel and sold the two lOC But it knocked me out for about carpenter el'r, : 'j, e.f .
there is a possibility it might have i his basic airmen's indoctrination Tampa. He said that plans arc :Motor Court operators depends on the cooperation given full 15 minutes. '" --h.> 'an fl'> 'I I\! ,.ir .- --r !
btarted from a trash fire in the machines to a Richmond Va.,
made to "call hp ..
course at Lackland being on the norm- Mrs. Howe said that any business by those who place ads or "com- "That isn't how I lost my right :nil can .'iJ' <' OU"-I
)arli.othing was saved from AFB. San Antonio. Texas. nees to come out and be counted" 1 and! the Starke ,
Ha ice cream plant "I 1 tI.\! h'- "' Of : "
woman who has not been contacted pliments. The advertising staff : eye. I put 2;' years in with the
the house but two mattresses. basic training is preparing hirr Donnell! said he "could under to enter the parade 1= asked is composed 0(: Archie Carmichael Ice Co.. respectively where they Pennyslvania Railroad, and while ,I Itll-.tfOLhJ 110",;' ...., Ce g..'
Articles may be left at the for entrance into Air stand a of .. .
ordinary citizen
Health Department Force tech group ? t phrmr the Chamber of Commetre Nancy DuPre. Kenneth Tyus. Kenneth are still in operation sipping hot coffee in the caboose concluded After all !h. -

daily from S:30: to 4:30 on Church St. nical training and assignment ir getting: together and doing \\ rlat office ,i90t a ''. :Uter thar Conway: F..:>-. Paulk Johnr.y Three! more mach.r.t-5 'tilded!, the one day. the train jeiked an" kr.nOt!(I worked '.*. "

p.m. specialized work (Pictures On Pace 8)) Wed Sept :21 Kop.L-i.so-, .. : !Mvh.l: and Pa': l it'.es: .1 111:';"I h : ,:'' ... < r:." : '.h tossed! H',-' h",' \h'ri.: .r. fI'Y 'd f -nt' 'l7 :. "irs

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BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS I TYYYYYYYTYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYIBROOKER I! Y YYYYYYYTTYTTTTTYYT.I I ,on" of Heilbronn. Mrs. Sue Myrickf ,i Mrs. A. F. Hall and daughter this weekend for a short :
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I Lake Geneva and Mrs. Norman'f 1 Delores and Mrs Owen McRae his family.
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$2.75 Year $1"> 0 6 Mo. On .\ natl..I' Mrs J.y, Thomas Program We had a large attendant' e .t' Brooke .: "' ,11: ,H't.ue: S\ '

chairman of t.j? Baptist \V M U. Pine Let el Baptist church -suiid it ,- .. ._ ,
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ]I has announced that the state mission i t with 211 in Sunday school ----- -. __ _:I:___, --If':_ ---- -- ..' i ,-. '_ --. =-.-_= =. ":-----o.., ':' if ,':

| program will!! be held at the Miss Violet Dobbs of Fort 1'1.1. ..
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home of Mrs. M. O. Harrell or Mis-I """"""- .
spent Wednesday nightiih! \
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I Ike's Vanguard Bows To Toft's Old Guard Tuesday Sept. 16, at 3 p.m. The, Sherley McRae. "

conclusion of the program will be i i One hundred and tacnty-fv: -' ,

"Senator Taft lost the nomination, but who supported me in the pre-convention Wednesday night at 8 p.m. at the from Pine Level church attended t-t--:

won the nominee." campaign." Church. i) the Youth Fellowship at Magnolia '

Throughout the lengthy statement published Malcolm Lewis has returned tc Baptist church near Ci.in 2
Thus, in a brief nine-word sentence did -
Palmetto! after spending the weekend ford last Friday night lie Rev'
a
Governor Adlai Stevenson sum'up the bitter verbatim (but not in Florida news-
with his parents Mr. and E. R. Bowers
is pastor
in the supporting Eisenhower) the reader
disappointment that must exist now papers
Mrs E. J, ,l'
Lewis. Mr. and Mrs T. X Noin.in Il!
hearts of .those who had looked to General could not miss getting the impression that I

Eisenhower as the leader of a great crusadeto Taft was almost forcibly projecting his W'E'kend'isitors at the homeof ;,! yard Saturday night.

free the .Republican Party from the thoughts and beliefs onto a helpless Eisen- Mrs. Doshia Prescott were i i Mr and Mrs. Bill M:11-'r :nil

death grip of Old Guard policies and jwli- hower. It was almost as if a bad boy had I| l Dward, andr.thur Mmton and family Minton of Lakeland and ', "'on. of Gainesville were n.ltmg

' ticians. been called before the head of the school and of Marie's mother Mis Lottit Ed '-
family Biewstei. -
after the the "head man" 'wards, Sunday ..
The now-famous breakfast meeting be- meeting was explaining Quantity Rights Reserved
how and why the youth had apolo- Miss Mary Jo Green and Mrs. Mr and Mrs J, W Thoini-: <' I t'ri, r- i ,POd) Thru Sat M-pt! 'o)
tween Senator Taft and General Eisenhower
G E. McGauley.! of Palatka and recent th,
sons were visitors :at
might well be termed "the last break- gized for the error of his ways. 'I Mrs Charles Hardy of. Starke wereI home of their parents Rev', and

fast," signifying the shattering of the last For instance almost every paragraph of I I Sunday guests at the home of Mr. Mrs C A. Crosby of Lendoii IITh 152 Call Street

hopes of those who had tried so hard to be- the statement began: 'I and Mrs Roy Green 1 Mr and Mrs Eldon Haul and

lieve that a new day was dawning for the "1 have felt confident that General I Kisenhowcr Mrs. Mary Green has returned family of Starke were visiting n' NI: Siarke Florida
in which the Old i I from a short visit with her sister
Republican Party a day has no 'lIc'h intention (of Iwcomt j t Brooker Sunday. ,
Guard might be relegated to a back seat liberal :Mrs. H. O Brown of Worthing. The first executive met ting kit.
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and fresh minds i ton Springs. the Brooker Parents Teacher z:;; :: ---- -:
while fresh new faces new "1 am satisfied that t this is his philosophj"
I Mrs and Mrs Howard Wait en- Committee will be hfld I ThuidanigJit \
took over and formulated GOP policy. (Taft's philosophy of "extending libert)" .
fault of j pertained a gioup of their fuend Sept 18 at the h >me .ni
General Eisenhower, through no LB. CAN
to thJlIt'rh'an people. He'll hate to explain -
with a weiner ioa t in their back Mrs HilwaI'dlIt : '- :ut'i;
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his has been placed in what must be a
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most embarassing and most uncomfortable baited breath).

position. "We are both determined to battle Communism RADIO ANDTELEVISION !


make Doubtless any such he hard-fought had not 4HtM|campaign to have for the to Stat throughout"" the. world. (but and if the in difference theI'nited STARKE I SERVICERepair ...., ..,.,- -.... l.. ." _

;i presidency His enthusiastic prC'onwntillnI between Taft's policj of near- O'saee Halves Dirt's Out With
I him to i'04Ialilln11,1,! Eisenhower's iu'vvl I announced -
supporters thoseho persuaded I Service On All Makes
of intervention is "one of
Itf''ome I a candidate no doubt representedto policy ,
hI'0111.1 l he elected degree." both men can well spend the PEACHES S
him that presidentmore re'I I TIDENo.
or less by popular acclaim. They could mainder of t the t time between now and TELEVISION and RADIOSFor

not foresee, of course, that the Democratic vember tr)ing to convince the American
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Party' would nominate a man of the Calibre people of their sweet accord on foreign

of Governor Stevenvtn, and doubtless convinced policy). No. 212 Can 13C Box
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Eisenhower that once he got the "General Eisenhower: has also told 11I(' ." 2SCr
JenTal; Eisenhower: PROMPT
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nomination it would be "in the hul;
"General Eisenhower: stated without .

Not that we think General Eisenhower is qualification and so on, ad inl init UIlI. | RELIABLE I 198 W _H ," __ ._ ._ "

afraid of a fight political or otherwise.But .

on the other hand, we feel sure he never After :seven pages of thi"e can ,no j i SERVICE Donald DuckMAYONNAISE

anticipated having to make commitments or longer resist asking "Why don't you speak |

deals 'with the Old Guard faction of the par for yourself. Ike? Who's running for President i- 21s:\ E. CALL ST. STARK n. \. Quart

ty in order to get his campaign off the on the Republican ticket anyhow ?" The 'i Ii 49C

ground. In short. General Eisenhower, soon Alsop} Brothers; must have had similar

after the convention dust had settled, found thoughts when they commented in*" regard j -- - -- .- --- -

himself confronted with an-extremely dif- to the Eisenhower-Taft; get-together : "In I -

ficult problem as the nominee of a }party in these circumstances, the country may well How. Tropical

which a highly organized faction, long the begin to inquire just who will make I Republican -

dominant faction, could not be counted on } policy Eisenhower in the White switch toaKiser BLUE E ROSE RICE 3 Lbs 37C

to he unreservedly in favor of his election- House, "or Taft in his key post as Senate ..

unless leader? I

When it became apparent that there This same question! must have arisen in ,

would be no major bolt in the solid South the minds of millions as they read the cocksure :' W built-in Donald DuckORANGE

the Eisenhower forces realized that they dogmatic Taft statem'ent. The quos-j!

must have the full support of the Taftfactionyf tion was answered it seems to us, with grim i j

..there wa* to be tiny hope of a Re- finality by one of the reporters assigned to i j jcover JUI 46-0z Jl/2C

publican victory in November. Thus they the Eisenhower-Taft breakfast meet

were faced with a dreadful dilemma. Evidently ing.I

it was decided that the Taft support Small wonder that Taft's-: !statement I insuranceI !

must be had at all costs even at the risk sounded as if he were putting the words in Distinctive Flavor and/Iroma

of alienating some of the original Eisenhower Eisenhower's mouth. The cold fact is that j: Lb. Can

backers who had hoped that their Senator Taft prepared his statement IX |I I ASTOR COFFEE 19C

candidate might run for President as a na- ADVANCE OF THE MEETING with Gen-

tional leader, not tied down by partisanship.This eral Eisenhower. It was actually being !I I

is what Eisenhower had hoped for too. mimeographed in a Rockefeller Center publicity xt;

but it all came to it dismal end last week ata relations firm office at the moment tr I ',
U. S. No. 1 White
breakfast meeting with Senator Taft. Senator Taft was reading it to the press. ASa : -

feeble explanation for this dead gi\ea\\a\
Taft his cards ,hrl'lIIilhholtl Lbs.
played Taft said he had "roughly sketched" before I-I ", : ,';.v POTATOES 10 69C
lug! his all-out !support' ( until the strategic i .
leaving his
chose Cincinnati home ; had had
moment vvlen he to enter the campaign
the general! read it and make changes: before

apparently on his own terms. Torweeks breakfast.In r '' .!::i..... "'_ a =......, =-"" .._-_._ "' '''''''''''''.='"'' -< ,..... ._-, "'_- ,
It had Iw-fii a matter of !speculation as --r--
an article entitled "What Price F ,rTaft's
\\hether and on what terms Senator Taft Fresh Sweet Tokay California Firm
Support? :Marquis Childs comment : RipeTOMATOES
would iJeign to campaign for hi. partj'sticket. -- .. :-C;'
Those who worked hardest for Ike hl.fo't'the ) ,
Personslio \Kited Taft in his Canadian -
convention were both and
angry concerned -
vacation retreat, reported that hisconditions
over the Taft tactic. While they are GRAPES
were: a trio over certain |p".ihh.
saying nothing publicly for fear of further -
cabinet appointments (Paul Hoffman anti
widening the split in the part, they ;
are say- Safest Front Seat
(io\I'rnor )| ,'\\1')" among t them), and a demandfor ; l
ing a great! deal privately. One of them puts __ ... o_ o
this .
commitment in the
writing
; apxiintment .
| it this way : 1. Sturdier slant back turners .:. 'r .. I '+ I t. Lbs.
of !se\eral Taft supporters to high office .. 1 Lbs.
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t nrrwr-> 'im/i> t : 0 1 15C
: and an agreement from General Kisnhower : "Whatever hapjMMK after lliis. lie can't < }'., 0 39C.aIiI
2.One-pie'eSaf\ltntnted .' i
not to support revision of the Taft- help Imf ilo! us harm. If h,' dory finally tome .*' -- j'j'I
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Windshield-designed to push :
ILirtley law in terms not acceptable to the out( and campaign acthrlv, for the national I I ., ;'5- ,\rt ftiitmaril /'' 0 ,,
I in case of "ere impart ,." I \
senator himself.o wonder that GovernorStevenson I'uki't. tnn! cvrrvone will say that KiseuIxmer : 3 Safety-Cushion Padded Instrument fII Pa-ul! j._ ,- -.. :;'; "-' M'iio.l"' 1.JiI 1I; tI.; "' 1L! >l!

: declares that F.ispiihouer's: "Great lias sold out to the Taft Ming: that I i 4, Right hand emergent) brake RUSO Sliced, Sweetened, Frozen

Crusade" ha. nobecome tin- "Greattir: lu"sarriticed his piituiples. This will s"ein i 5. Rtctsssif in tTml'nlsno jtrotrmiom!

rcnder." like..a nullification of our vhtorj' in Chicago.Vi !I 5, Extra front legrnotnou sit in, a stet position! eaaixts. ) Cans
( the oilier hand, if he tl.tesiVt tl'l'r STRAWBERRiES 5 99C
The > : 1. Safety-angle seat la'jnCM! you more safe//,\! y
only statement
to ('onout of the nnM'h. then it will encourage) all those who I

two-hour meeting between Taft and Eisenhower want to drug! their fe,-t. Iht-j will sill KH on refusing I II I .
1 i The dollars for car insurance i U money well -.p"-iit.
was a document read to you pay
seven-page} by :stive: money or support or an) thin; ? I
the Senator in which he inferred they were else. It looks to me a. though the :Sinatorit I But why let your protection Mop there. DUNCAN !HINES FrozenURANGE

in "complete agreement" everything Chkau:1" I Kaiser offer; additional protection at II"1 I J <'o-t-tin-.
except ::; ;tying 'Ha foreign policy and even there "the differences )un lose.' This may 10" fine lor toe little I world's safest front seat! N -w built-in ".1.\ that i- like, dililiin'inl JUICE 7 Cons 99C

are differences of degree." group that wants to keep <'''lIlr..tHf the par- !I insurance against needless injury to you and! tho-,' v,110 ride
with
Well all we can say is i that if General[ !>' machinery hut it sure is t ton!:ti on those you! .

Eisenhower and Senator Taft are in such Df us who wouUHikc to win for a thane"It : No wonder Parents Magazine totnnieiuU }" s ,11der'o I ..
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: many afetv-minded motor.-N; h iw \uitilxl I \t" K,H->T to en its it.It's .
sweet accord all of a :sudden someone has was Governor Stevenson of the !! nuke Corn-Fed, Rib End, Loin
of course, l: one many, manM.t!:;ii\r r \.lfJI l i JI'- rat t
sacrificed some principles, and the Senator" who summed up the Eisenhower-Taft meeting I kaiser your wi-e i ..t buy totlav !
says it i isn't he. We quote: "I have never \ in a nutshell when hi- '1 PORK Lb.
remarked that i t' Ht'foit', son r'nlni-I our money and our life to all' ('Jr. ROAST 43C
intended to abandon in any wav the principles was the first tulle in his memory that the orm a K..i-i, i and [I.ifuf !

I have fought for for the past 1years 1 vanquished had ('\'r\suc\'l'--fuh': : dictate \

or abandon those counties friend t.r,o Of rencfMi tht victor, t .. .. --.0 __ ...

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r..n..y.1 Johnnie spent the He.Igrave' weekend of Here Jacksonville with then Lovett's EmployeesGet Best Center Cut
UWTEY E ,, U. S. Grade GoodPORK
1! grandparents. Mayor and Mrs 0 'Cost Of Living' I"
.1 1 Anders.
L. II. 1'uhh Pay Increase .. Y
I The Frank Jones family of CHOPS RIB STEK

111111111111111111111111Mr Gainesville was visiting friendr \ "Cost of Laving) PaT y. ,

and Mis rallk113 and! in Law-toy last week. Mrs. Jone for employees of the \\'," su

daughter:: Nina, of Frostproofspent is a former teacher in the Lawtey Lovett Grocery Co. and L, ,

the weekend hero with Mrs Junior High school Stores j I which went int.. <"', Lb. Lb.
; September 8. has
resulted "
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Wells'! mother Mrs Eftie Miner |j Mr and Mrs. Horace Nettles ant' i increases for a large nui!'I', I
It.uor and Mrs O J. Anders 1
family of Gainesville were \'isilingrela'i'l's 'people. II L. AverY. Jark'Dh"ision 0
:vi.' son Bilhe\ were visiting ir
in the Law tey vicinitylast Manager states OPt .
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\'IButkr! last Frida'ening. .. .._.d i
weekend.
j This is increase number
Mi and Mrs C, R. Crews and fi I J
Mr and Mrs Bobby Bennett since Winn & Lovett adopted t!> U. S. Grade GoodCHUCK .
H!" Hilda
Milliter; and'era are ,
spending this week in Largo with and son of Miami were visitingI "Cost of Laving Pay Adju"tnt'p'Plan" : ,
Lb.Packages
H C. relatives in Lawteylast weekend. and will amount to 3o p .
their son Crews and family. I ROAST 59CBallard's

Mand Mrs Howard Miner anti. The Revival at the Lawtey Baptist < hour.amount of This increases brings under the the tot plarto a':: Prices as I log"as for De Luxe>< 2-Boor Sedan ,

son \Vestconnette were spending
Church closed
last
Sunday 21c per hour for hairy ?I .
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the weekend here with his pai .
Much interest was shown by the employees Mr.
Avery stated. See Kaiser-Frazer Dealer !
mother, Mrs. Effie Miner. large your
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congregations: at
each
sen- The \Vinn & Lovett plan is bas e( Oven-Ready
Rev and Mrs. W. T. Walter ice. On Sunday at the
noon houra
the "Consumer's
upon Price Index
w I" in South Florida kist week picnic dinner was served at the for Moderate Income Families ir::1, LIBBY
SALES & SERVICEf
visiting relatives. at Miami t.l'ett'rsburg church and iq the afternoon a ,Large Cities" and involves al! CUlTS 1 2SCo
.md'islting other: sing was held the
in church with: items listed by the Bureau o:f i
places of mterwtM' singers from other sections of the Labor Statistics, U S Depart : ::52 l: Temple & Pratt Sis. Marke. Fla.
*- t t'lheii; I R.l ,;gave and brother State a a-ststins:, -- .. ..
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csm.r. STTPTKMnF.lt 19., 1932: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, ILORID.HEILBRONN \.
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'Will Rogers Story'Is Marx, Russell Sinatra County Agent urea' and growers are ',: '

Top Film Fare KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMNMiss Spanish Have Starring RolesIn Advises Treating use 400 to 600 pounds ,,:

plete fertilizer *>lantrfollow _
At Florida Theatre !! Scholar New Park Film Oats Before
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I "The Story of Will Rogers", a'' ..-. k!,' of soda P' i a> 'c ,,iiMicrom "I'
::;: fart situations 'iVnr-x A
an cent T l K M.CIa'-- .Ir
I Jeanine Brown \Vashington Weds Now inChile ,
tribute to America's beloved II 1'i -'!p. Un'iril! tlu1 t.p tl' l!It g '
romantic troll
I i i I' i t ti'd.u' lit ct'd! i.itir.ers planting >',"' .' ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons and humorist, will occupy the screen ; J Mr: Dale Siprelle Of Keystone Heights "*, a bank tellers fiancee ir to be ::.l t' "
surto> tte.U '
p, ', them u 1' ; : 'I: ,.t -
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family spent the weekend visiting at the Florida Theatre this Sunday : Ynan1lte"plaYini/:' at the '
relatives in Jacksonville. ( Miss Jeanine Delorcs Brown Brown from Indiana, and ttt' I'k! Theatre Sunday and Mon ounce I': Ceresan M per f,.-' ,

Mr and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyof and Monday. The film follows daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett: 1 groom's grandmother Mrs. W. J .! i\ Stairi"? mh-f. :ai,' occupied! bet'oitp..v,: ,' i; j,1, t, plat '

Tampa were visiting relatives the life of the Oklahoma ]Brown of Washington. D C. and! 'I Siprelle from California were Bill M'I' < 2P.\:', ,.r-I>: i Ke. bJane Rugs: ":. OIOIK'IO! l.lrx land. uhi: '. ,Ld > : .row

in this community over the week entertainer and philosopher from I W. Dale Siprelle. son of )Ir. and I both present.Following !i stum Hfiu-: ',.": r i- th, .ttd':: Frank Smati.iSinatra : : last year -\i: i I'I.>! :, '. ..!h'.t the ,- r lujirt
his boyhood wanderings as a Mrs.V.. J. Siprelle of Keystonf'' the ceremony >i i University ut ( 'hl. ,n S.mtiag' \
is two
end. ; II : ?< ? as the haiassei'teller year Mrhricie l, '" : -'_i' < -- II
Estelle Green was the overnight ''I famous trick roper through to hi?i ]Heights, were married in St. Edwards breakfast was served in the Wo- today with hi- coveted $3000 International and bU-s Russell as a fellow that the gr.'a:1.: : : !'t'dt'c! !1'ings :,\ *

success in vaudeville and the ,! Catholic Church in Stark1 I{ man's Club in Keystone Height Rotary J<'oundat'or employee whom he to of T t WATERii
guest of Marian Norman Thursday hopes marry oats :n :! < 1.1-; few \t \'
night. Ziegfeld Follies. on Saturday Sept. 8, at 9 a.m. with about fifty guests present I I scholarship he won early this year : Groucho is oa-t as a happy-go- ha.. also ('au-lt'd a large m. 1', ."t ti liliiT "*

f A'' Will Rogers Jr., who resemblance Father Richard Lyons officiatedThe The bride's table was centered with | McCrary son of Lt. Commdr [ lucky waiter who is forever urging in oat diseases and many "t t' i '
MOWETifOt
The first Heilbronn P. T. to his famous father, is almost bride's only attendant war 1 a three-tiered wedding cake top- William i Ret) and Mrs. Mildred |''on others his pet philosophy! ,'' ue seed-borne Treating th, -< "' ,, ,,

meeting of the year will be held i uncanny, has the title role her sister Miss Dulcie Brown, i ped with a design in roses, a dovei McCrary of Keystone, left last !i 1 "living 1 dangerously', will go a long way toward .
r. 18 in the I and the father, W. J. i j At each end war I weekend for the South
Thursday night, Sept. with Jane Wyman supplying the groom's Sip !i and a horseshoe. American'|, So when the teller :in.ik--'. MF! !: trolling these diseases and! '''

school auditorium. Plans will be heal interest relle, served as best man. Usher a double wedding ring design with school by air, culminating years I unexpected t' I 1 treatment costs only a ft'A > < flit lOOItlft'

discussed for Hallowe'en. Al! Eddie Cantor, another fame 1 were Bruce Mathews and Mike .,white candles in crystal holders of masterful academic achieve- !i!; day that a huge"killing"short ,- ; mf per bushel} The Southland ,r
cut' ment. :l' :sues'
of Starke. the of Starke :
Pickering During Mrs. Carl Mathews i I ,
parents and friends are invited. comedian who was a Ziegfeld in the bank's fund : :', ';alt.'r ret iimn' I' i> .J'i : i' 'it
I I ceremony Miss June Patel sang I the wedding cake. I The student '
t of young was awarded
Follies .
welcome contemporary Rogers .'
Heilbronn school is glad to naturally thinks hipa! : e t t' ,
I in a backstage sequence: |I 0 Promise Me" and 'Because'with The young couple left for a his Master's degree in Spanish on- ,
a new music teacher, Mrs II appear ( i money. Even the Iwr.i .' is ii,
Mona Canova. Mrs. Canova meetr and later in a benefit scene in Mrs. Alice Connors at the week in south Florida after which j' ly two weeks ago at the Univerj i suspicions and th I' :' I ",

f! !( which he introduced the popular! organ. sits df Wisconsin in Madison, a' .. Wen yiiufmarpof
the
I' I they will be at home in Ebj i splitting series <">It :-t
, 1 The bride
wore an off-white feat accomplished in two-thirds of j
I II I I storyteller. 1 suit with tan and brown acc:- !' cottage in Keystone Heights. Mr the normal time of study for that| l|j lng j, >. safety is
James Gleasoa enacts the character -
I WANTED TO BUY I series.. The bride's mother was ir !; Siprelle will return to the University i ii degree. I j _
I of Bert Lynn, the theatrica'agent
white linen with red accessorier Of Florida where he is a
; who was instrumental in i j' However, his knack for getting omen; Sl'l'l'U$ -
and the groom's mother in gold student and Mrs. Siprelle will
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getting Rogers started In vaude-1 I through school quickly and sue '' Bradford County Telegraph
PULPWOOD\ taffeta with black accessories. I continue with her work at the ,
I
ville. i cessfully is a hallmark of his.
: The bride's grandmother, Mrs R E. A.
: He graduated from the University
with the children each Wednesday :'i I of' Florida . . . . .
j I Beginning Sunday Sept. 2S, tht j Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks are ) in Gainesville i ir .
CONTACT j Ir. and Mrs. W. H. Van and II June of 1951. receiving his Bach-
I Primary Department of the Community in New York for a two weeks vacation I

C. R. Whitehead daughter Ann of Live Oak were Church will meet in the elor of Arts degree with a Snani! V l\ l' I'' dvCjtkgd :
weekend guests of the R. I.. :Mor: I parsonage and have its : major in three :y-ai of a fnni! I f-\,
own Mrs. G. E. Wiggins spent the i 1 11, IONJ\II l"j :
gans. Mr. and :Mrs.: C. C. Cowait opening and closing service MrsE. i\ year course. He won top a"I4I.; "iic \'t
Lawley Fla. weekend in Green Cove Springs. j .
and family were Sunday guests of A. Rushton will honors with election to Phi Bet! .
serve as
I I i'' suprr- i :Mr.: and Mrs. Ralph Thomas I
the Morgans. I I intendent, Mrs. John Collins and! I!I were weekend visitors with MrsThomas' Kappa, national scholastic:" ft.+t.I t. .. d

Mrs. R. L. Walker as teachers parents, Mr. and Mrs I oily I .

!; and Miss Frances Dodd as pianist I I W. L. Reynolds.Mrs. I McCrary was J'a\lllI\,1: \ :'i: I .

1: of the department. I i Robert E Leo Hitrh School ?rw -
: G. C. Muse spent last weekin \ """ -
I I A special program has been prepared Jacksonville when hp WIR; Ifi, an '
rVon't Tennessee. She and her sistei' '
for the observance of Sunday I'toqk with him the naval Count>! \
II' attended a meeting of a Baptist ROLLAHEADBLINDS
School Spanish Award, a medal I given t >
Rally Day Sunday
Church Convention. They visited!
j Sept. 28. Members and friend th> top Spanish language l studer'
I I I Chattanooga and Cleveland Ten.
( and especially parents of the Sunday I His flair for Spanish i is -=o v inborn t NETIANI I
Several of 1
more our young people and 1 I
School children are invited. I natural with him I ha'he t I
have gone off to college: Anne has been
Next Sunday morning Dr. Hoi- tabbed ns a sIn I,!
will preach: on the subject, "The Walrath. to Agnes Scott; Donn prodigy, and he once taught, adiil'I

Miss theKickOIF / o0J Simplicity of God". Pangborn, and Huntley Redfeam Spanish classes in the CeOl'g. Beauty Plus practical '.1\ '1111l/ "IlkoOt! : .11" 4' ;t o'o'' stn ', I'ii'1

On 20 to University of Florida; anc1 Washington Hotel in Jack-wivil l II!, utility! Exclusive ....- ,,1/1 'II"f oj/II" \' ,, : ,.: ,
Saturday Sept. the
Barbara Christoffers, to Stetson .
I when he was 15 Students in hi self-adjusting tilt mech- '- ,,, .. :, .. '
Gold :\ iOt '; ,, ::; 1.1: IIP"tlll Lh: ,I-al! 1, ; :
Humphreys wil! .
Corporation Work has begun on the ne\. class ranged from 25 to r,."> year anism Enclosed
be hosts for the monthly meetingof b metal bottom rail A (t'!ll'rl tt pau'tnuit! ; a real
t home of Mr. and Mrs. Ownsbej yof| age, and rte student was .I I pi'ou very mar t HI Easy, quickly removable,
Z the American Institute of Mining on Cardinal St. South American cllnolll'h, R extra-flexible slats I safl'ty.Yet or dry, its gritty surface grips your tires fmnh ,

and Metalurgical Engineers' The Keystone: Heights Schoo_ I i wanted to learn English r Baled! on. easy-to-clean enabling you to stop--fast! At night concrete reflects mOl t'
j p Thirty or forty members from a] Short duPont plastic finishes.
got off to a good start with ar and slightly built t ]h' light, thus improving visibility and
oDon't ver the state will meet in Keystone Wide choice of colors. I helping to reduce accidents
I scholarly-looking student N I
and then eo for a tour ol enrollment of 94. Miss Houser Chile this week to begin work '"i i ru, trTor II I Concrete is also far more economical because it lasts lon.;t-r
1 the mine at Camp Blanding. There states that that will I" \, ./
j probably be p his Doctor of Philosoph1":1"| :; It'1 I and costs less to maintain. That's of interest to you Mi.
risk car trouble whenyou're / ) will be swimming, bridge an('increased in the next few days specializing ,.,. ," I
,J ., canasta in the afternoon for their I in Spanish culture( :a<'> / Taxpayer for it's your money that pays for street ;pa\nu':.
driving to the game or w and the board promised that ii literature. His ultimate goal is i t, I \ j
wives and in the buffet S.I\t' lots! tell
i evening a work with the : save money: your public officials that YPcl i
taking a weekend trip. Let the enrollment reaches IOQ, a State Departure -
dinner at the Inn. I
want dm able
in Inter-Ameiican work someday Free Estimate ; economIcal, safe concrete streets.
us put your car into A*1 ', j ;'ts On Tuesday, Sept. 9, a group ol fourth teacher will be provided his father said. Call I

shape for the fall season. i S friends; surprised Mrs. S. E. Me- Ninety-four is a pretty heavy loao t, McCrary won the $3,000 notary :I PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

Drive in today for % au e., ,, Kay with a birthday party. Thc>- for three teachers. The count} I I grant in national competition aft M (;JASSETTVEXETIAN : 507 Mortgage Guarantee Bldg., Atlanta 3, GeorgiaA

served cake and ice cream ana has provided a regular teach ei I I I being selected by the KeystoneHeights HMNDSrhtine ) national organization to improve and extend the use of portland cement

Chassis lubrication t tI then played bridge and canasta. for art and music this year I I'I Rotary Club as their loca' ; 207UStarke. and concrete through scientific research'and engineering field work I II
I t Young Kyle McMurtry is stil' Richard entry.Lt. .
Smith. He will
start hi. i
Anti-Rust Gasoline ., improving and hopes to be home: classes this week, and will be here Commdr. :McCary, who i i- Florida 1 / r 1 n' r i .

.- .. I!before long. one day ecah week. 4-H Club not a member of the Rotary, saw' --...,....- -.-.. I I
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Oil change .. i i :Mrs.:: :Margaret:: Tracy has gone work will start on Thursday thi his son win the district contest --

c liff with her brother. Earl Mecklen. week. The Dept. of Agriculture'I and then go on to cop the ::ationI'A :

Safety check .;t for< a vacation in the west. They will send a man and a womaregularly wa I'll.
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i will visit in Corpus Christi am' ( to take care of this work I

Service Center Station 'then go> on to California Mr. and firs Thomas H. Carey City Records $9,000

Mr.l l har 't m.d and children. Susan
; nO'lllg; ; < 'II lion and Thomas,
11 ,' a summer In Europe Jr, arrived here Sept. 1 to make In Building Permits
((1 !
V1 SEEHEIt
1). GOODMAN their homes. Mr. Carey is Service
A total of SO! Odd 111 > tt\ huild
I U. S. 301 at South Supervisor for Humphreys Gold
City Limits ing permits were ,is-m-d Corp
S O L PHONE 218 the first two weeks of S<'ptemhtI "
1 Phone 206 I
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records in the City Clerk'offn.; "
COLONIALFLORIST Some Vets EligibleFor '''of City Clerk Carl Johns shot

More I! Permits were issued to: .
Schooling 1
I R. W. Brannen for constructor'

s Under New Law of a concrete residence on th,

I ': old Manning property back of th<

Vets who have served in both schoolhouse adjacent to tti,

FLOWERSFOR War II and since June 27. Brownlee and
T 195 0, Raiford Road- r
DE LUXE
39-INCH
are eligible for further education Measuring 34 by 38 ft., the pnject '>

ALL OCCASIONS and training benefits under the, was indicated l on lerords t Now only

.C1t4 new law providing the total period' cost 6000.

received doesn't exceed 48 months Robert Rance for remodflins!

announced A. J. Thomas, Jr.. house on S. Walnut cr -. n 109.95

GAS RANGE (i) County Service Officer in Starke cost of $1.500.Addition .

:="- B S I They are eligible for one and and repairing Orapp's

289.50 "-'" -4 'hiieO IMODEL DISH GARDENS one-half days education of tram old -s'.it.' IIn tiro(' K Mrli Sti ..- .

ing for each day of service or; i ost of $1 "MM -
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POTTERY and after June 27, 1950 leganlle-,* I' _
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POTTED PLANTS j A veteran may tram in |l'uhI'' !i DO un -- b

1 w:: or private schools and oolite." .-,< t L. ?,-" ; 4lE

<<> (]) v' FLOWERS WIRED long as the school has been ;ap NEED CASH '(' -. "b
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(l) I ANYWHERE proved by the Stale .\I'p\-.I, \.
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"1 Nona St Starke Your CarTO .
Bring ,-..
The vet
must initiate h.-
; t ti I in- ,,- ; ,
mgby Aug. 20, 19:>4, orI It-I) t: j 7i q 9yr'

tuo: ears after dischargehih; I -

ever is later.Fulltime .
J. Wainwright
.1 students will] r.'<'p\e;

from $110 to $160, acci rdirg tc Motors

number of dependents. TI'IIIJlII' \\c. siarkt I Ila

Out of the allowance .
I'' :4V ,< : 'I!- :
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t I : dent must pay tuition, h."k. <_ ---- --

supplies, and subsistence ciNI t
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:I Previously under the World. NV.irj

NOW' 191 :, j II GI Bill, the vets enrolled I irI { :.

"$p clol" t !i I school just signed on the dotteil 1 :, (, C
: 1 line for all their school expenses : \' I
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239.50 and received subsistence check l

rT + i: separately. ....i
Less old 50.00 t I r
Range
your Benefit checks e '
| will be mailed w ,P

& i monthly following a report on the You Get ALL These J

189 00 for a limited> 'timeDURING student's progress. InformationI : ..,

a I and Form 7-1990 may be obtained
/ OUR( Great Features ;;;.
from Thomas in his office on %,

OLD RANGE ROUND-UP, : I MAYLITTLE" 1' Court StPetroleum. i I 6-qf. Thrift Cooker : Don't Wait! See This Great Buy Today !


Trade in your old stove today on this modern Magic Chef HURT A Group World's fastest broiler Better baking, cleaner cooking, longer lasting -

gas range -that cooks as well as it looks. Streamlined construction You may inwardly! cringe when you To Meet Sept. 22 Big storage drawerAcidresistant :I -because it's llfJ/point! Topqualityalue at t

fully insulated, porcelain enamel finish. Modern i I I hear your dentist say those words I topBroilerrooster price that really saves you money. All the h.,

lie but you don'run aiL'ay. A reorganization meeting the: Y. advantages of clean, cool, fast electric cooking in
kitchen pan i
your enjoy better easier cooking CHeck I So don't if I Brad ford4'nion County Pet roleIndustries r,

these Magic Chef features: you should run increase away the wft fire suggest insuranceon that Committee will be held i /NE of the biggest Appliance outlet i, beautiful, full-family-size range you'll be proud's"z '

your house household property or in the Starke courthouse Mondanight. > bargains in I Oven indicator light INSTANT-HEAT CAlRODt UNIT-
insurance lA
Swing Out Broiler is ,
0 Electric/ TimerRed Sept. 22. at 7:30: o'clock
any business property you own. Our t ( Irod Units Exactly the same. on Hotpoint's;
Election of officers will be held i Hi-Speed t mov
Wheel, Oven Heat Regulator Utility Drawer reasoning u very simple and sound. a Windstorm policy. I -' expensive de luxe models.
and station operators, dealers !j : \: c Super-sPt.csl
t One Piece Top Burners Convenience Ot/f/ef/ Replacement costs are now higher. For garagemen, and others will gather!1!i : .- for extra-fast starting and boiling.
full protection of your dollar investment ; See us I "'1fl"'-W?,. -; *:
I to discuss matters of importance
,you need full insurance
I coverage 'to the motoring public and the industry 'I ,

color film. "Alertec1 J5 Per Cent Down 78 Months
CENTRAL FLORIDA A I Charley E. Johns -- To Pay
for Action", will be shown. I!' I .

I H. C. Wall a A presentation feature of the of session the recently will bf Phone 13 Agency- STARKE. 'I i

GAS & APPLIANCE CO. I Agency 1 adopted policy of the group in regard ,I FLA. I WINKLER L ELECTRIC SERVICE

to limited access highway?
1-19( W. Call St, Phone 301 Starke, Fla. Constant 60 Years-Service Over and toll roads. .j'G-: i I

I All persons connected with tlu I 222-221 Temple A\e. r. S. 301 Starkf, Fla. I'hcne 1G6r
Please Phone
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oil industry are invited to attend .presenting THE TRAVELERS Hartford ,
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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY_TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDAGladys ,
I1UI\\ SEVTEMREK I'), I"- ,

.be.n ens rsnssrrrs sssSSSSrWSflSSSSSSSSSflSSSSSSSL Ann Laura Carter \Veds Paul L. Dinkins Jr. ,
Woodman Groups Charley Parker
In Methodist Church
Ceremony At Lawtey Will Hold Jointf ;'To Head District

L | Grace Methodist Church of .| The double-ring ceremoi... 'a> : : anuly Night Event : Young Adults
j I Lawtev was the setting for ai performed by Dr. W.

i lovely wedding on Sunday after- : pastor of the church. 1 s of the local Woodman Obailex '
Parker '- .
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i nOOn August 24. when Miss! Anr Mrs Mae Wells, \ 'ild and the Woodman |( elected itr"
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I \ice-prcs: j '. '
MootyPhone: I Laura Carter" became the bride of i t ditional wedding ) meet jointly at the old 1 Gainesville)) l >...t .. I", '
I Paul Leroy Dinkins Jr., both of so .:ii 1 M
accompanied Mrs. : in Starke fo' i Fam- Y"ungAdlll1"
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35 : ,,
,Lawtey.. The bride. youngest ':Bushman, soloist of Xffair *', ,
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on \ Si ptr j held in the S; II". Mt,, ;
I 1- ,________ I 4 daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. F I who sang. "Oh 1 Recieation
| Carter entered the church on the [ Love Lou Truly" and ? i ," '.. :. will be "**-. Hall 1"1 i ( '"
Mi>tN"d,
Harriett Daniel And B. C. Holtzendorf, Jr. i arm of her father who gave her ;, Prayer". -I.! I .1 J> the h-*:,-;\ ni; \

Exchange Vows In Miami Presbyterian Church I in marriage. She was preceded by Immediately following 1 :- \ ,' ..:,'d 'ie 'out
T .supper 1 r. .'
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her bridesmaid Miss Mary Rivers : hiihi .
mony. a reception was '., '
'twere \\ .>d \hhe 1'1, .
:1 he cousin from Green Cove church annex which was :' t': (Vr \ -

Springs and the matron of honor with green fern. I t \ cia! nd president. '
S't
I Mrs Frank Sweat Jr. her sister carnations. and ) ..1 j \ II ,::- ,' i *.
by :\11' i .1' i' ,.
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fron Urksonville. \\ C .1 y
The bride's table was : ;: i- .
-r The s.mpu' ,
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I :Ms' ('arter chose for her wedding a linen cloth and a ':t < or p'1"
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t "' d I "\ :\! -
dii ankle-length gown of the three-tired wedding '::1 .';t\\z\\ \ '. .. .

Cham ''i\ Lace and net over white ped with a miniature i.. T 1 .
i"'UJ.I:1111 t .
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satin Hei finger-tip veil draped has skeu ;:1at! 1. .
groom. : .
t "in the s',.:,'., Ie \
a tiara of seed I r, rs forth ,,
gra"t'Tltllfrom Cutting the cake 1 put even1 Like 1 I' t C"onfere'11
t' .1: I' ,
pearls and she carried a white I W. Roberts. assisted J this the best meetinas' '. Sw. .' "
em
Oollis, ",
'f i>\ he I I. '
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/ : Bible adorned with a purple. Idell Duiban and like in many years ( Da:, .vekend l fn T,"7 'skir.nt .

I- throated orchid and a cascade of Ramsay. Serving punch 1 I Gai ,i-\.lle and fihm I JI:1I" !I

lilies-of-t hevalley.Mrs Betty Duiban, N, hool Amendment | Gain"s\ ,1 lit". president III

. Sweat chose yellow lace H. E. Priest and Mrs. 1 Gameslle; Distru
Discussed At PTA Y"Ullg> A.):.1.' _
ov'ho' same color satin for her .
-1 1I wright. Mrs. Jack Starke was icu!1 n-presei'-!

dres diid she carried a nosegayof charge of the bride's with 29 prefot'lltIr: U" i
I F' first meeting of the' L HI' .
oiu carnations. Miss Rh'erfwort I During the evening < > year is the teachr : '!'. -a! .. I It
lime green net over satin ;i left for a wedding trip I 10' Bradford High School!t{ adult dasRecent-. '
i I IM :.: -Teacher' Association
and u-ued a nose-gay of yellow na Beach. war
1 Stark'1 "i Tuesday evening, Sept. 9M' I
'arnations :I i Mrs. Dinkin is a ". ,
I : Best man for the bridegroom' Bradford High School. : :i i ''\'ered dish supper in the ( Bride
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I si hoiil cafet" 1.1 _\ i leiord crowd!
was his brother. Charles, and 1932. Mr Dinkins, son ) i lIs Shower Honoree
,
\\ .15 in tt.'ntf'ln"I'
v usheisire Phillip Slmfofd and Mrs P. L. Dinkins Sr..
I flev T i ; Mil. hell th.'
give d":
TT.H I 'larK, \ \Hinwright. I uated from Bradford !, Carl Lama' i I' ; ,
: \t II'11.i! .
: THI n. ide's mother and the attending the University i 'I"" ''e. was the I r' ';, i iI in
M's! T i H i Slade '
was .UM.t tpit I' ,
L gr )"" mother both chose dress. da. The couple is .-i'i't! !It.\ -- 't'Illnl! ,".- -rr 0" .,
1 to fill the ':;teanl.Il'ft.
\ r I. M 1-- ShiiltM ( ,
whl'rl'lr.: >
I" a'lt! colored, figured crepe thony bv the! > r iin1
tt.sifjnatiun of r : '
.. (Pit T.::. : .
w' ir. rh corsages of white carnation teaching Agriculture Pi'kei: ) :
The following
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School : t ant I '
Their aecessories were I thony High > L' )!
chairmen weie named.: Budge j i .
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white ting from the \' <> \ i- tixeh i it i- I \
:and Finaiu e. Mrs r Vastn Hat i I'
t 'it' : I'S. i..i iKii' |, HeMr -
:.ind :\Mrs L. r.mo\i, cochairmanMembership
Baptist Circles John's Reunion ) I: i s..I' ved t tol' t t"'. >. .' ( ; ,
I. Mis K G. DuncanHospitality. :
\\ "' .> i\-ed ,
< p ilui ';i., :'i c\i :
List Members Draws 30 Mrs J. Ritch.: Puhhe ,
and 1"-\\1' .111I.j i i t. I I"1'lI
I I ity. Mrs. E A Hall.
i ;, < !I.MI .P.I! MtK.i. .HI! M ss !liCiet I. '
The leaders co-leaders and cir- !i i'I. I New teachers were im!"<,>,hued
John's ; '
The family I nI'ht
JVIr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Jr. i! by C. S Partin. principalH. !.
l 14 tneinber of the Baptist W. M I Ii .
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held at the home of M. :: weit pit i -' 1 I
[ P.
fol1IOWS I Morgan Superintendent
r for the newyear are as hoiini ,
i i i i In ,, t h \ 1''I11t'1"lat,1 : \ ,'1'
at New River last of Public Instruction, of the
Miss Harriett Daniel Miss .. spoke
daughter, was Ruth Suthetlin : : I I I ,\ ith >;it t n ( ;,e pi ,
30 in
of Mr. and Mrs. P D. Daniel of Miami. Mrs. II some persons increased enrollment and the .
I Lorena Epperson circle I Tl.t !."i-ttss pit oontt! d :Mis i I I..ith i,
j Out of town people crowded conditions
Miami, and Ben C. HoltzendorfJr. I I A reception was held at the B. Alvaiez. leader and Mrs. T. B.I! in the school w : .1 "Ip' and -.niv :Tonihust -

., son of Mr. and :Mrs. Ben C. home of the bride's parents, following Harding, co-leader: Mrs. L. G. were: Mr and Mrs. Additional classrooms are needed .-. i''ina: .>
patti i III .1.- t :Tien iot
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Holtzendorf, Sr. of Starke, ex I t the wedding ceremony I j Powell Miss Etta Tison, Mrs. C j ji : as, Floral City; Mr I I ) in Starke and repair work is needed I tin' '. asion
I Everett Land and
changed vows Saturday afternoon I Miss Barbara Pafford assisted in i A. Knight. Mrs E. J. Dow ling.J]! throughout the county he said. Miss Caipenttr \\ ,is .i sistt e.1 i
i bara Jo and Linda of
of this need the
Sept. 6, at four o'clock in the First | serving, and cutting the cake war i Sr Mrs. J. H. Bennett Mrs. E Recognition by serving by her in.'thfi t! M-s l D \\
Presbyterian church in Miami.Dr. Mrs. Letisha Cleare, aunt of the I Levon. Mrs. Eunice Wilson Mrs burg; :Mr and Mrs state of Florida is evidenced by Carpenter.
of Jacksonulle Mr. and I Amendment' No. 1 Novemher
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\V. K. C. Thomson officiated. bride. The bride's book was kept i W. B Alexander. Mrs. Laura Ti- j i on -: Invited I to attend I I t the j loveh ,i
ber Johns and family : ballot. The of thiF
Given in marriage by her father, by Miss Lois Ann Brock. ,| son. Mrs Ann Parker, Mrs. Dave I Ii passage fair \\"ere2."> fllt'nd- nt 1 t tilt hini.'i.. t
Butler and :Mr and amendment will enable countierto
the bride had as her matron of': During the reception the young j Silcox. Mrs. Vernon Nichols Mrs : guest.
i Cowen and son Don of i il their school needs without
honor, her sister L Mrs. E. W. Ben [ couple left on a wedding trip urI 'Pate Gassett Mis C. J. Powell tioned Martha and Bill had secure .
additional costs to the taxpayers
nett of Miami. Randall Chitty of I the East coast, following which I Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr., Mrs G. I If made their home two miles this 11rs.fro.
A
The state will Gay
Starke served as best man an<'I( they will make their home ini 'w. Anderson. side of Middleburg, where he was guaranteethe

ushers were Richard Daniel and;i Starke. i 1 Daisy Fowler circle Mrs. Maxic : in the Timber business, until last capital outlay money that the Honored At ShowerMrs

T. E. Pafford, Jr., brother and : The bride is a graduate of Mianv[ Carter leader and :Mrs.: Gar! Dec. 8 when Bill joined the Air counties are now leceiving under

cousin of the bride. I Senior high school and Richmond I Mkthews. co-leader; Mrs. L. U I Foice Martha expects to stay the Minimum Foundation Program William A. Gay was !l\\i. -

The bride chose for her weddinga Professional Institute where she ''Moigan. Mis B T. Thomas. Mrs II with her husband for the three for a period of 30 years ThiF oied at a delightful nnscHlaiu,
I will enable the to borrow
Navy blue suit complimented majored in fashion illustrating.The I 11. E. Clark, Mrs. Freeman Regis years he is stationed there, if possible county shower Thursday evening of I li-'

with white accessories and a white groom i is a graduate from ter. Sr. Mrs. D. D. Webb Mrs She wishes to say good. money at a very low rate of intereSt week at the home of Mait >" .

orchid corsage. Bradford high school, class of 47 I Julia BryantIrs.. A. R. Moore Well that ceitain nippmess that Sthneidu of Demer. Colo bye through this column to the: and start building the much Land rum on Eighth Mi'- '

The matron of honor wore a is a member of the Florida National I! Mis. H L. Brownlee, Mis. J. E fall is supposed to bring to the air Orchids to Mrs. S. L. Brownlee.' many friends she did not get t<. needed facilities now, the speakersaid. Hostesses for the affair weii'

pink suit with blue accessorier Guard and also employed by | Futch. Mrs. Jimmy Chasteen MrsI i may not be very noticeable yet who celebrated her 92nd birthdayon see before leaving Misses Martha Landrum M.r.' <

and a corsage of pink carnations.The the Florida National Guard at I E. NewsomeMrs.. W. M Norri'Mrs. -. but the fact remains that football Sept 1 and other birthdays |I Sorry to hear that Eva Killian Kay Ilazen, Katherine Kelly M i I'>

soloist at the ceremony Camp Blanding. W. H. Walters Mrs. C. J.',t season is here and the grand open- in the past 2 weeks: David EwII' (Mrs. J.V.. > slipped and fell at TEL Class DonatesTo Ella Turner and Ann Johns

'Clark, Mrs. W. C. Coran. Mrs ing is set for tonight at Bradford Lawson celebrated his 12th on her home Waynesville.. N. C. I II The refreshment table was ,,-.1
Fund
\Voman's ClubInaugurates BP\V Lays Plans | M. H. Collev.i ,, Park For the sake of those Sept. 2. Billy Dowhng was 6 years breaking a vertebrae in her back Building laid with a white linen cloth) .i'i<

Season For District | Ida Dai by circle. Mrs. L. D. beautieous chen leaders, surely old on Sept. 15 and also on the and will have to be in bed at least I The TEL class of the Baptist'' centered with a cutglass pun I

Meeting '!i Maxwell leader and Mrs. W. L. hope it turns a bit cooler than it. 15th little Patricia Ann Edwards five weeks Her brother Joe church Sunday school met Friday i bowl with matching cups. .

With Teachers' TeaOne Here November 23 1! Andrews, co-leader; Mrs. D. L has been for the past few da\s. j was born-- daughter of the J. M.'s Trub)'. is back from spending the afternoon Sept 12 at the home off I I Appropriate games were |>l.n: <

( Thomas. Mis. Floyd Green. Mrs They just can't yell unless they're on Sept. 19 we have five who summer with the Killiaiis Mrs. DV.. Moore with 13 members during the evening and pn/

of the loveliest teas of the The regular monthly meeting of IE. W. Hayes, Mr*. Freeman Reg-- piopeily dressed in their uniform,I I will 1 celebrate their birthdays See Alice June Harding home on present. j I, were won by Jackie Ilobbs ::1'

fall social season was the first the B. P.V.. club was held at the I| ister. Jr.. Mrs. }o'. F. Flume, Mrs of sweaters and wool skirts, you Olive nay, S. R Johns. Jr., Leonard vacation Says she still likes Mrs. R. A. Thomas class preSident Pat Kucera.

meeting of the Starke Woman's home of Mildred Doyle Monday' A. Thomas Mis. P. M. Bare know. and I can think of lots of' Smith, Jr. Woodfm Haile Atlanta even though it got to hot conducted the business ses-1: The hostesses presented t th. .

Club held Wednesday afternoon of I I evening with Mrs. Doyle, presidingin I'R. Mrs J. H. DuPre. Mrs. A. L things more pleasant in this hot[I Jr. and Huldah Morgan there this summer it melted the sion during which it was decided I guest of honor with a piece of h-

last week in the club hous" the absence of the president j Alvarez. Mrs. Tom Wairen. Miss weather than leading yells for two !I Natalie Thornton is taking twc wires in the Western Union cables that $25 will be given to the silver from her chosen patten, .

honoring the Bradford choo! Mildred Sapp. i Irma Gaiuey. Mrs. S. E. Sparks I hours in a wool sweater The'''I weeks off from her cashiering job where she works Hear that Pastorium budding fund. The a memento of the occasion

teachers. Further plans were discussedfor .|I Mrs. D.V.. Moore Mrs. Leastor: ,i iJWynn. gills don't seem to mind, however, :| at Lovetts' while Pauline Phillips Capt. O J. Edwards Jr., former nominating committee presented i{ Assisting in serving the gm"-'

Throughout the auditorium at the district meet to bt held I Mis. \\'. M Edwards. Mrs for after all nothing i!* too good II I j is pinch-hitting for her. Josephine Callstreeter i* now stationed in the slate of officers for the coming were Frances Landrum Mt: t

points of interest were placed in Starke on Nov. 23. It was decided -I S. L. Peek. I j jj I II I II for dear ole BUS I I| Walker is the new clerk Alaska His address is 0- year which was adopted as follows Agnes Matthews and Sally Ar

magnolia leaves sprayed will that every month a package...j I Dora Alderman circle \Il's. II IIi j Nice to see Lt. Joe Andrews I behind the ountain Mitchell's: 10619,5.( H. Q. ,USA AR, INFI : Mrs. It. A. Thomas, pres- Epperson. '

yellow.! The mantel in the lounge would be sent to a girl at the industrial I A. Lawson, leader and Mrs. G. B. home for a brief visit from Camp !I don't evei ask for just "Miss Grif- ( & El, APO 912. cai. PM, Seattle idem; Mrs. Garl Mathews. 1st Thirty guests were invitedd'ttend

held a modernistic arrangementof school for girls at Ocala. Ii Flynn co-leader: :'Irs. M. F. Ha Hood. Texas He's due to report -,i fis" when you want to talk to one Wash t| V.P.: Mrs. L. Morgan.. 2nd V.P.: the lovely affair.Beta .

gold magnolia leaves and seedpods ''I' The group collected $15 to be used ; zen. Mis. Foreman Mrs. Nat for overseas duty again the of the telephone operators--there Nice to hear from Kay Keleher Mrs F F. Flume, secy: Mrs. D

flanked by burning tapers for lunches for needy school chil i Williams, Miss Ollie Marr. Mis J first of October: will embark from are three of the Griffis clan on the who writes: "Greetings to all along L. Silcox, Ass't Secy; Mrs. J. J. Sigma Phi

An imported lace cloth overlaid !; dren.A !i, A. Griffin, Mrs.[ Noon Warren California Airman 3-c Lowell board Hazel Beatrice and Geraldine Call Street. Just returned from Colson, stewardship; Mrs. D. W
the tea table which proclamation has been signet' Mrs. Ann wife left last week Beatrice Griffis has just Colorado and Brown Members of the Beta Sigma 1'sorot I
was centered, : Mrs H. L. Hough. Douglas and I stayed up very late Moore, treas.; Mrs. II L.
with an exquisite arrangement ol i I by :Mayor J. Wainwright proclaiming ; lutchings. Mrs. A. K Durden'Mis. for Lackland AFB near San Antonio ,! been added to the staff now on the night before last to catch upon Ire, personal ministry literature ity will hold their ItimonU

gold magnolia leaves and pompom 'I that Sept. 28 throughOct. ': J. M. Redduh. Mrs W. 11 Ensign Dick Fowler I the owl shift, relieving Dot about five weeks' issues of the and flowers. Mrs II. L. Hough meeting Monday evening at '.

flanked by three-branched candelabra ,, 4 will be National Business Iorst'. Mrs. J. A. Lewis Mrs has received his orders to report ; (Johns) Hicks who is being sorely Telegraph. Denis ha returned tc was recommended for teacher; o'clo'k at the home of Mrs. Norm:

holding burning yellow ta. Women's Week and club members Annie Kicharde. Mrs. G.V.. Alderman I aboard the USS Tarawa aircraft I'I' missed especially by "yours truly" St Thomas Seminary, Bloomfield group captains Mrs. Freeman Currie on Christian street. :Mr-

pers. The silver trays holding ,I will attend services at the First Mrs. L. A. Canova. carrier. in Boston, Mass. left : who found her a big help while Conn. Daughter Marcia will! Register, Sr., Mrs Ada Alexander: Marion Long will be cohostes-

dainty sandwiches and cakes were I I I Methodist church in a group or I[ Helen Masters circle. Mrs. F last Friday for indefinite duty I calling for news understand soon begin her Junior year and Mrs. G. W. Alderman and Mrs

decorated with gold pods am!<:: Sept. 28. j I B. Beard, leader. Mrs. E. Lawson family will remain here for the I, Daisy Perryman has an excellent Terry will enter the Freshman Carrie Ingram. Recent BirthMr

grapes tied with narrow nylon''1 A motion was made to donate i I co-leader; Mrs G. V. Lee. Mrs time being Spotted Capt. Ed I recipe for lime salad-gotta ask class at Colorado Uimersity Paul During the social hour the

ribbon loops. I!I II I!1 I $5 to the High School band uniform Frank Hemmmgway. Mrs. L. N Silvernail around town recently her for it spotted' Thelma and I are getting settled in a new hostess served refreshments and Mrs I. M Edwards .

Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. first \'iet'. ': fund. Elizabeth Noegel wa II j Pickering Mrs. Wilbur Scott Mrs just back from three years' duty Dinkins back on the job at Brad Naval housing project near the i i announce the birth of a dau 'h* '

i I appointed chairman of the fool : A. E. McKin- Abstract Dot Epperson base is MrP. M. Barefoot was iiI : Patricia Ann. on Monday, Sept l
president, presided over the meeting !I t;. Ii Roper. Mrs in Trieste Jerome Johns, nava'leserve. ford which about 15 miles out I
sale to be held on election da> Mrs E that of simulated of Jacksonville shopping Monda\ in the Alachua General Hoj-p ">
and gave a welcoming address i ney. Mrs Delia Thomas I returned Saturday aftei reports a pin Memphis The weather war I

in the absence of the president I! Nov 4, at Torode Chevrolet Agency -I' C. Priest. Mrs. Joe Wi1 on. Mrs two weeks' training at Jax NAS I I pearls and brilliants was found terribly hot earlier in the summer, teeeeeeeeenee_1___________________ne I I-I'

Mrs. C. II. Nasworthy. Two new j Maude Brownlee. Mrs. A. .\. Dur- Monk Dinkins busy these days, in front of the Parish House Tues but has been moat: pleasant thiF \\

members. Mrs. Shelln? Hall and i I Delicious refreshments wert'sen'ed I I den Mrs Strickland Mrs. .\. J moving his service station across j day afternoon of last weekowneri week since our return from Colo :I

Mrs. Marian Howe were unanimously by the hostesses Adelaide { Th-nas, Mis B. J Sapp and Mrs Temple into his own building i I may have same by contacting herat rado. Guess I'll eventually like it Trade In Your :

voted into the club. A Crowson and Chessie Devnck. I' J.V.. Pier<'ePrevatt formerly occupied by McGnff the court house : here, as I get acquainted, but I :

short business meeting ensued ir Hostesses for October will be i i Motors See "Big Dolly" Sullivan -I Will have to go by the Stark miss Florida and our friends in I

which Mrs. Kincaid announced Norma Howe and Dean Stella Thompson.Kopelousos.Marion I I Reunion back at her old stand at Laundry and see the new remodeling that-I Starke" Their address is: !L OLD WATCH : Ii

that Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum will Koch's, and "Little Dolly" Simpson job and cleaning plant Paul Keleher ATC NATTC, Bldg I \

be in charge of the Citizenship I At Ritch Home is back at Koch's alsQ after has recently been installed-Virginia I S-9S. Memphis 15. Tenn. :

program at the October meetingMrs. AVCTU Board Plans i I her vacation in Dennison. Ohio says the front office is going I Other communications of interest ,, i fA\ I

Kate Shfppard. educationa: Final Meet Of Year I Thirty guests were present at Frank T. Evans of Jacksonville: to be real "doggy" when finished : Card from Herb Nollman I
Mrs. Mark ,
Mr and
program chairman, introduced the j the home of has joined the H. C. Wall Agency If anyone haa regulation postmarked Circle Mont say he

new teachers present at the meet The Executive Committee of the Hitch last Sunday for a chicken staff Billy Cressler and Bert I size crib mattress not in use, the got up for a 5 a.m. breakfast aftei

ing. ':'WCTU met Tuesday afternoon. j dinner The affair was in honor of Newcomb returned -last weekend Methodise nursery sure has use which he attended a round-up and

After the business meeting tlu Sept 17 to perfect plans for the "jof Mr. anti Mrs Guy Padgett after spending the summer in Cal I'I for it_they got the crib but nc branding Sounds as if heV 1 !r! BULOVA I IUp

nwmbers and guests.t're invitedinto i, final meeting of the year a I tiami.I Those enjoying the affair were ifornia and Oregon working for the mattress Quite a few new getting to be a real cowboy! .

the lounge where Russian tea 'fellowship luncheon to be held in Mr and :Mrs. C R. Prevail and Geodetic and Coastal Survey group I bikes seen around town !since sum I Ii Horace Overstreet writes from ; ..

and refreshments were served the Tabernacle Annex Friday. .: Mr and Mrs. E T. Pre See the Howell Nasworthysand i rrer vacationTommy Haines I Germany that he's been transferred

Pouring at the silver services at :i Sept 26. at 12:15: pm MeMbers. vatt family.and t-ons. )Ir. and Mrs. Wil.i J. A. (Red Griffins back I earned his' by peddling the Tim? to a new outfit and his TO $20 ON YOUR OLD WATCH :
Jimmy
,. both ends of the table were Mrs. honorary members. their wives and and family, Mr. arse from a most enjoyable vacation i Union during vacation new address is: S. Sgt H Q .

Lex Green and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid husbands are invited There will :i lard E.Wynn M Prevatt and son. Miss I trip that took them into Canada, Ritch is paying for his out of hiE Overstreet, AFH14706.rj! :527th ,, '\

Mrs. H B. Peyton social chairman .be an inspirational speaker and I I Mrs Prevatt and J. W. Prevatt Seems that Howell and Red [ allowance and doing odd jobs- Fighter Bomber Sq APO 6 5 ( .t'i ,, I

was in charge of the tea and special music. Beverly Swimming and! yielded to the French influence caught his mom. Grace Ritch. try PM N Y.. N. Y. JasV (;'c 1- \'

hostesses were Mrs. F. F. Stump I Those planning to attend are of Jacksonville. m the after I sporting berets and cookie-duster: ing it out 'tother day-wobbling km has also transfened < .

chairman. Mrs T. Frank Landrum. asked to notify the treasurer. Mrs boating were enjoyed mustaches while in Canada, but I up and down 6th St and see j i iI MacDill Field. Tampa t ,'i1!" ., ONLY j
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Mrs. Lex Green Mrs. W. B J. T. Quigley (phone 3)) not later I noon. their wives got 'em back to nor I Randy Johns on a new bike too- I''Tng. Gp. Scott AFB I.:' *

Mundy. Jr.. Mrs. Garl Malhewf than Wednesday morning. Sept. mal before bringing 'em back home poor Bobby Simmons 16 yrs old' Well seems to h. i:! : \ ,,

and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. Assisting 24. PresbyterianVomen again I son of the Steve Simmons i caught : Incidentally."* < \, ,

in serving and caring: for the Met September 10 I Florence Brown left Sunday for his foot in the spokes of his bike right hand "man", (;iad! \l! : t

guests were Mrs :.. A. Karisonu: JWSCS Tally to enter her freshman yearat Sunday while riding around and is taking off the next .'. r HROBERTS
MembersTo I SEPT. 20 27
and Mrs Harry Mooty.Providing I Circle 2 of the Presbyleriar FSU and Joan Silcox is studying broke his ankle i'| so if you havp any JUH y .,Ir,.' i

soft salon music! during -, Hear Missionary Women of the Church: met Wednesday i to be a nurse at the Alachua I Have you teen Syvie and Faye for this column just all! rt >. ,

Canovzand I evening. Sept. 10. at the : General hospital nursing school Paulks pet "coon"-he sure is a fice \ \
the tea were Mrs. Levy I ( ,
Members of the Methodist home of Mrs.V.. T. Jackson with have you seen the EH3 seniors cute fella-raised from a bottle ('.ir ,\ \
Mi>. Geraldine Silva, new !'W. S. C. S will hold their with the
program nine members present I flashing their new class rings the and now goes swimming

music teacher at BUS. i and business meeting Monday -i I Mrs. Jackson. chairman of the past week understand Carl t j girls, ia the pet of the house and Garden Club To Meet JEWELRY :

Included in the approximately' I afternoon in the church at circle presided over the short I Roberts' band will be among the ] is a perfect dear when he sayr

100 guests at the tea were members 3:30 o'clock. I business meeting. Mrs. Claude 10 Florida school bands in at- his prayersyou should see the 'I The Starke Garden Club wil! '

old I tendance at U of F.'s opening I gorgeous lamp that was presentedto hold its monthly meeting Monday '
of the club new and Rev. John Crowson. chairman, led I I
Shroud on furlough:: program
i I 'football game with Stetson on Hazel Paulk from one of her evening at 8 o'clock in the Parish Jruclcr"

teachers of Bradford County, Rev. T from Cuba, will be the guest speaker i I the devotional and gave a resume Saturday have you seen those j i friends to put in the picture window I House on Church street. j Jour Friendly ;

and Mrs T. G. Mitchell, C. \V. I and will talk on the "Church-. of the book of Celossians j 1'
cute pictures being shown. around i of the Paulk's lovely new The executive board will meetat ; I )113: LLL1.: STAHKE, FI.PAGE \ :
Partm, principal of BH9 anj i well Clinic". A good attendant The hostess: served refreshment I
town of little Gary Schneider son the ".. '
I home recently finished on : 7:30: preceding -" ---.1 I

Mrs. Partin. I is urged. .J during I the social hour. of Freddie fWimberty) and Chuck.I shores of Crosby lake .and meeting. I I I I'" ,1' "ll, ___ .. -










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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PK I1TI
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1932
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Mrs. W. H. Thomson and chil. tive T-eeks lit the Bradford County ""--'I'ipll..n l i'f the proprrt :and t tin NOTICF 10 rrnn You are herd y notified :
CSSSSSSSJSSSttttS rtStSJSStSSS rrrrrSSS rrrssrssMr. Birthday Party Telegraphl names in \\ hid isva.s .I-->, ,j .tr' I Ifs In Circuit (Court Ilrndford Conn If I SUit for Divorce has been
dren of Monticello spent the week l .- end with Mr. and Mrs. F. F For David Silcox : *>::. L-rtIfiu.' :X.> 1 Y.rf I"iian.e Cary 11, 't I'l.unt iff. \ Mari > Court and rause! and you .f .
I OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas. I 1'14\ J 1' i Hi,r. IL 1, mlantotlre quired to serve a copy of > > .:
Stump and family.Dr. Clerk nf the ir.-iilt\ f..nrr.r '" s, riplI,,,-' i.f l'i ,.p.-rty All! that ('aFt' X.. stt: 1 swer or pleading to th.tiivnt ..
M. B. is Mrs. Vernon Silcox entertainedat : *I.' :.ui i. 'I-I., } I P"l'tl'\| i'!10 rk poti..n ..f :XK'> : i.f :'>;1-:1, X or K: of'Kivn. : \ To ,\ppsiii'. nt '>>.. TMamtiffs .\ ..
Herlong spending birthday party :Monday 'I I I"4 4t ]II 1 1'orici III '. in Sei i:,. T. 7 S U ll K. 3 1 1itl T.Mars H.li H..tt. whi' 'p rcviil Llovd T'.i" I r. .
several with his brother anc1 a lovely :I .,, ,
days res >'n.mil !tln" iKllfTMin.. Vi1pir.ia -- Li. \-IIS' ill- 1 f-:
.' afternoon for her son David, who I : 10 \rn\u X.I,, ) .
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THE NEWS sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. FrankIlerlong his third anni i I In Cirrnit Court llrnilfi.nl Cc, 'b'-'o ']. L .. are nereT.y"Tfied that a 1'.1" "iiifti.l. I ,:
in Jacksonville. was celebrating Plorldn: In Chnnrery.'Thelina i II'I1s'l' than IIn.' .itifi, .it, f.-| I' suit for Pi'I'n'ehal'' been filedI .. r, I'1": ;.
versary. H..t.I.n, Hui. hin-i.n 1'Ui-i- lou al.\l ,, onler. foi .Ih I attilu' n.il! I I I apaln Vnu in the above named g.t1'.r'1 0
I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkiny t tiff. '. Kol.ert Alb' .
MilHulihui (Cmir
i I' fu-at.-) and cause and are re :t.ik.v. "
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1 are returning home today after a The party was held on the Silo : .....n. 1).-f' ml.int. .\11! of s.tid |iupert| hems in 1 h"' '',: quired to serve a copy of your an- TI1.on.1 .- '" .: .
and Mrs. Fred Leonhard I Mrs Alton Dobbs and daughter I month's vacation in WaynesvilleN. cox lawn where a pink and greer ,t'.I'-.' XU 9:4inlIee :: ,'"unl> of Itiailfoid: State i.f Kl.m-Ida. fiver or nei""'C' t.> *ht c-"ii"' .-" ca-: *1 \u. .
Tn1'1'."'". I 'TI the "i'l.IIIIItf: '- A't..rnr 1.1'i I \ Ouh'-: .
week in Plant
entertained at a spaghetti supperat I Eloise. spent last C. and ten days \'isitth their color motif was carried out in the T". 'loliert Albertii- lIut1-hin'n. Ini-.s ,siu h ('trtifeat'r$ ('. 1'*'. H.ivv..02: i'la. h I'.Mil.line.: .T.(. k- ntille T. ', r- '1'1'
their camp on Spring Lake I City visiting Mrs. Raiford Brown table decorations set up in the '\h..-.. -irtenie and zdires' I'. :.I 1.1: fi.'at. shall l>.. 11 lt t.i 11\.1, .t--,1 i Id| nlf ': Fli>rnl.i .mil (ii. tin- nt.ui'.i': : I-\ i I '' S
Matthews j son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and South McQueen Street Florence, > law the pTopeltV (Its, | |it'1 II| i IU .'! :'h.. ..ff" ,.f tht, rierk ..f .- -.
Sunday afternoon. Enjoying the Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr. and family irorfolk. yard. and the cakes iced in pink I South t'ai..lins. Ul'h i-ertiti.-ate" or 't'rtflo.t! !> s uiU! u' t. nut Ci.virl, ." ..r i>..f..r.' Jt I- ." ;, : \ -I.
affair were Mr. and Mrs. W. M accompanied by Mr. and Mrs and green and the birthday cake I You ar. ht-rcby notified th:" a be sold to the highest t.nlilei at the il.iy i.f Oili.hei... l'ir.J i.'hirui,is.the '1. I f th. ; ";
I :\ Va.Mr. suit fur Pine: h.i.lieeii; filed court house door on the tirst M..I- ..tlUpatiun- -.ml, ,'"plaint will:! I 1-., :" ,. 1 '
Jackson and sons of JacksonvilleMrs. Louie \Vadsworth of Live Oak attended and Mrs. K. G. Duncan ac- with pink candles. I against you in the above named |day in month! "f :Xi> >\"<'mbi-r. 1 r"'..' Ik"n a> ,-i'S ft.-v, ul| ij j.u
Robert Jackson and children the Fifth District meetingof i I and The 45 little were giver '"ourt and cause and you are required which is tn"' :3! 4\:1) of :-\.1,1.' I This notice t'haB' be; "JI.II.h..d
guests
their Kaspar. .
son, .
companied to serve cop1of your answer 1',2. once each Week fur fnur r..te, .M\, .
of Keystone. Mr. and Mrs. Blake the Florida Press Association and ice or pleadlnp! to the complaint I'at.d or-- .......... .
I | Marcus Brown to Atlanta. Ga balloons as favors enjoyed : \ this n da"f S. |p" >-I.l S week in the Bradford County T.Iegrnh l -
home of Mrs. Marie Bellas ,.n the Plaintiff. All'iini-v. Xa< h II 1!I:. ,
Jackson and and Mr. anc1 at the cold drinks..
sons ,
cake and
where the boy entered Emory cream. l>'>upla>. ,11( ". LMII h I'nililiiis. ..laik.mille. (('KFiriXL SKAI.t ,\ J Thomas. ':1t,ul thJ': 11."f. ;-1'"- ;
Mrs. W. T. Jackson and sons of I editor of the Eustis News last University. The Duncans left or Assisting Mrs. Silcox in servingand "". Kl'.rnt.i .mil file the .i.iiirin- 'CI.'k..f On! mt < '",'rt: of 1'iailfi.rd }<''-,?. CASH PAID
Starke. Sunday afternoon.Mr. lal i in the '..ffit.f ih'l'rk. nf the Count Florida '. ];t' 4t Iti )1"nMinci u'FFiriAi. SEA !1.1 .1 'r I t -
Wednesday and will return today. caring for the guests were 'irt-tnt, <'"iiit "ii, "t hefme th :2c O 1, rk ,.f .1,, I' -. ., -
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Akridge:: I and :Mrs.V.. A. Stern and< (They wero guests of Mr. and Mrs :Mrs.: Charles Darby Mrs. N. D day >,.f O1ti.l.er. .. I r!.:.2.:!: <.th.-itt',.e the : TO \t'I'fUn )Hy! V.ll .. ', 1. u'u', v I I. I'OK t Mini)( ) ) t I 1.1.: \ \
Louise Stem were dinner I atitrgati''ii- f -an) 'i.iniilaint will In rirruft ('....". Hrxiirardl ('eunty 'i l lXOTICE I' {
have returned from Cairo, Ga Miss I I J. H. Troutman while in Atlanta. Wainwright. Mrs. Leslie Biggs :I b.takn n* i i.nf'---e l h"u' "- ..,rta, ]? Chnni..rr. "
and are making their home in one g'UN.t of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. New | Harry Burwell of Fort Lauderdale Mrs. Charles Burn, Mrs. James 'I'i This notice shall he published William n Mope, Plaintiff. v'Kathtrjne Used CarsJ.
Gainesville Thursday eve once each week for four consecutive R Hope, Defendant
of Green's apartments on N. Walnut bern in 1 the last week of Miss
Adams.
was guet Lewis. Mrs. H. H. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph fas-e X\ !C62ti : TO trrrtitI

street. ning.Mrs. his cousin Miss Sandra Thorpe Glenda Underhill and Miss Pat I >.. .-, Topnrnr* I II. Circuit tau,$. Uradr" I ,.iini.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Carter of Darlene Crosby and son Pntei' thiIT il.iv .f :-.t. ml.ei} ', To: Kathenne n. llopp, nho f'r"'old..n..t' .'I..rI4Ju I. "''mn"-'". Wainwright
and entered the
J I Sandra Harry Hobbs. ', 195%. and adilres. i js! : I.ouilon, 1-uira T Kellex' Plant,, f' \ U -
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Providence were Sunday guests of Roddy. of Jacksonville are visitingMrs. U. of F. for the fall term on Sat (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J ThomasClrk T'm,'''' f'E' iit: > A. Kelley Pefeml.iii:

Mrs. J. H. Fields and family.Mr. Crosby's parents. Mr. anc' I' "f the ir.-uit Court Yoti are h"n.I.1'.lIfi,1' that a j I I.t'u'' Motors .
I urday. Birthday Party !.>' Mat ian L. "i'n.'-linepnty Clerk suit for %...,.... 'n 'P"-
and Mrs. E. L. Middleton of j I Mrs. Pate G. Alvarez at the State Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and Mrs I !, lit! 4t Ki'10 Divorce i I To: Wesley A K1! % ,1 t,,, -, -- -

Jacksonville visited Dr. and MrsV. Farm for three weeks. I|I B. T. Thomas were visiting relatives For Buddy FaxonBuddy I al.namfod has been filed Court against and ion cause in anilyou the .i d ginia.AAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAA, uuand. address i- !in: ,i- \ IViitpIt \\ ...l,.11'1.' f I' la
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\ E. Middleton on Sunday.E. Mrs. J. VV. Kincaid and Mrs. C. I in Branford Wednesday In Cirriiit (Court llrnilfonl County. are required to "t'ra copy ...fyour IOI'! """ --
M. Davis. Guy Andrews an? C. Hoppe and son, Jimmy. Mt Faxon was honored DI 1-.I.ln: 1 n I'liancrry. ynsw..r or pleading to "thecomplaint
afternoon.Mr. the) Plaintiffs
I Frank !I' l I..i'u Plaintiff! \ -. Lillian on .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAr"
attended the Wednesday for ewannee.. Tenn 'I his 23rd birthday Sept. 10 it the .tt'urn.v. P'- ------
Dr. R. P. Stubbins and Mrs. John Burwell of j; < lantI l -feinlant.. I St.phen I Smith. Jr.
Presbyterian: Men of the Churel'district where Jimmy is enteringhi? I Fort Lauderdale were weE'kem'I home of his sister Mrs. Dorothy IP Ca--e, :Xn> 'I:' 41'l \1110O.il.im ill :Kl.itlll.land ) ,! Huildinp, Ja. K-.II- ,

in Palatka or at the Universityof ; 1 Ford on Madison St. l. Nottrr Tpprar. Mf' fI,.. :'
meeting sophomore year .' i.rlpmal in the offi.-o;
guests of Mrs. Frances Thorpe.Mr. T. Lillian P I :i in- wh.-e iuldress .
Sunday.Mrs. the South. Mrs. KincaVl andMrs. Charades I- ."::.fil l'i.r'Str.'t, : and Mrs. Richard Thede and! I I ana other parlor ion i.t ti. f f. v- ti 1 ,
J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville ; : Hoppe will return the first of son. Ricky of Gainesville were I games were played by the honoree ;I "'ral"'I"\.,, are"-i>. hereby i 'alifi.rni.i.I m.tified, that a I j I'otherwise-'" 'lav, I h..,I'. \'>V: ,

\ is spending two week! witr next we*>k. and and ice suit for TI- allegation--. SvuultaIuit 01!
\'isiting"Irs.. F. II. Long on Sun guests cream anc1 Divorce I( '' will I., t..I'n a- T -
ht-r daughter. Mrs. T. Frank Mr and Mi'* Hugh Ingram am1 dav cake was served during the eve has been filxl asrain; -tmi in tin- fi'ssi d i l.i A'mii

Landrum, and familyMiss son David haw moved to Law ( hna",1 I'.111'1? all.t' < ..iu- t'nl i I ,ThIs,. ni.ti.shall. ... ) '.e publishfi"T .
ning. i .
Pol. and :Mrs. James A. Griffin i' H :U : .r f" ; .,ti1 \,
."-nu are leipnri'il t" 'l v' a f- 'l>\ .f .
Shirley Collnsiting, tey where Mr Ingran has be-n ap Among those 1 1\\.1 1 ,ii, 'h." I ,nit" .I 1 i ', h" > TYU--
and Mr and Mrs. C. H. Nasworth\ attending were his ymir answer 'nr pleailinu: I. tI< ., <
:Miss Marie Don Gulf Port principal '>! the *hoo1 tiinplaint' mi 'h,. Plaintiff, "iu "-
in pointed
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>ey returned home mother Mrs. Bessie Faxon and I I',1' ml.) .
Monday from a 16- "r.M
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Miss. this week. there to the New youngest sister Miss: Donna Dee Staik., -. Klniiil.i, '" ; p't' ,T6j.
Iatrip England Stater st' ,
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and file 'the imii.il In i-'fli I >. ''
... anti! Canada. I Mr. and Mrs. John Deas, Mis !." K ..r the en ,'11t, i-""ir'PV '". lE...... .
f"I Clerk ..f Cirnut Court """"" ..,....
the I .
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:Mi and :Mrs. Ralph Cox and : Phyllis Strickland. Miss Sylvia befoie theL" :. ,
I Alvarez. Miss !' rtaf ;Si !t''' mlii-r., 1 I'1:.2: !: (
Children of Live Oak were visiting j: Gladys Bundy ot nth'wi'.. th. all\ ,;,'Ii"n.. .>f -.i >1 t--- _
THEATRE Mrs f). L. Silcox; and Mr. and Hampton and Norman Allen. {Complaint will l I- t.il. en a- ,',,"1--.1 ft '

I Mrs James Lewis on Sunday. : Mr. Faxon is a graduate studentat ed This bv you notice shall be pllld"llI.t' I j .-.....

STARKE Mi and :Mrs. Martin Land and the University of Florida ir I once eacheek for four "'"'n -i'i iweeks .\ .--
in the Hradford (".un'" T. :. 'N
Gainesville.Dr. II E ::
\[! and Mrs. Luke Feeney visited ''Jfrnph.lial.d. ATTENTION

Dedicated To Community Service mends in Gainesville on Thursday -I ,tii-. :2
"Movies Are Better Than Ever"Sat. of last week. John G a mams of New York (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J li.iln.is..
I Clerk of the Cir.-nit d-uri If You HavePINE
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J E. Mundorf is visiting his City was the guest of Dr. Pete G ,, !*>' Mai lan I. 4'uSiuV II, i"it\ < 1 1. r\-\
20 ONLY Tues. Wed. 2.5: 21LEOMciMS Sept. Sept. sister. Mrs. Ruth Pruden in Felos last week. OH CYPRESS :'

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE : Waynesboro. Ky. for se'eral.t'eks, :Mrs. Robert S. Bird of Gainesville In Cfrruit Court. liraiUnril ('lull iii;. I ilia -'!:) .4 :..J '
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. . . . . I'lorlilnl In 4 hunrrry.M.ir I I .,
t REXXA1LEN I :Mr. and :Mrs.: Don Patray and was the weekend visitor of > u FiiRate, Plaintitf. x .* llav- I TIMBER TO SELL I 2'iWNIB 811 tJ4t :
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\ I daughter Donna Lu. of Jackson. Hollis \'. Knight and Col.! and Mrs 111"1111" Kngaie.l efenilant $39.95 'i'i
Case No. !?;:74 Large or Small! Tracts
1 gllN C j viHe of Starke havei I JD. E. Knight. They also had : I
Soil John formerly a? Order of I'ulillrntiiin nml .'i>li ice tu

7 KOKOMSKffttR My i I moved to Clearwater where Mr. I( Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. .%|i pen, I ; Other :Models ____ _
!State of Floti-la to- IJaymond II We All
Buy
"tin "' k.RIR t 0L.1 1 has been transferred a? Charles! E. Knight of Gainesville. ... I IPnga' From
Patray e, who.reiileni a'id ad- -tL-
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TI.s !IS um:).UEfIl'VJJiER.\ !:\ .l\GGEB.\ manager of the Goodrich Tire & I Dr. and Mrs. J.v.. Brownlee dr..s i is-: I' 0 15. i 1-: Fuitate, Franklin _
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A I'lripiouu. Picture t visited Mrs. J. M. Street, .in\illf., lllinoiN. PAY TOP PRICES $24.95 1I : jcHr
. . I. II I Rubber Co. Brownlee in You are rennired ppear onOl'tnl..r ".
I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and Metier, Ga. over the weekend. 20. 11C.2.! in the ah.nlll1wd C .
Lf! Court and i-aue. wherein plaintiff
I'lus 1'ri/e Test" Cartoon ami. daughter Pam. and Miss Johnnie Friends of :Mrs.: Brownlee will re seeks divon-e, alimony. l'u"I..ly and I

l.att'1 World Net\' Bennett and Doyle Conner were gret to hear that she is still in a County control Telegraph of minor shall child publish Hiadfoicl this ,Write or Call linnrfmrnSLADI

visiting Mr. and :Mrs.: Richard critical condition. Mrs J. M. order in in-:M four weekly iMie! I
Wilson is still Withe** n'v h .ntl and ..rfjat i"'al I *" .il i1
Ray in Jacksonville on Sunday. remaining in Meter _
Stark.F'iu'rida, this S'Ptu1'1v. r
FREEMAN RECISTERThur. B. THOMAS
AND I MRS. Fireman Edwin Howard has reported -1 with Mrs. Brownlee. ;. 195:!.
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aboard a submarine in New Among those attending the fun (OFFICIAL" SEAL) A. J Thomas ,
/c I As Clerk of aid Court 1
., Fri. Sept. 23, 26 London. Conn. on Wednesdayafter eral {If Mrs. M. R Herlong ir. 1,.%_ Marian L "Cr.t, Deputy. ,'1" i k LUMBER CO. GAS
COMPANY
Chas 1! lies*. :204 iluaranlLif, .'
; ten days' visit with his Jacksonville last Friday were Dr. lilllldmer. .laeksonv ill.-. F'i.ruIaAttys PHONE 211 -J

:JfJ I family and friends here. :, and Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. O. L. f..r l'lf :. !I"" 4' 1" i I" I P. 0. Box 735

Mrs. Charles Hardy and children Beasley Mrs. Steve Weldon MrsV.
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.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy \ E. Middleton. Mrs. A. :M: Sieg T\\ i>r.r.ill..iis : )
.. QUo VADIS.pnHnt" I .. Hill No IM;::
., .. .;h;;.; ...... ill mtw MMUrpicc inSp Green in Brooker on Sunday. I and daughter Pat Mrs. L. F N.itu ,K b> i >.ti, 1:1'I' i

I'lus "FrU-ncf or I'hony" Cartoon I <*nUr Color Ly I Rev and Mrs. L. D. Haines and Hutto Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. W.P. ,: < > I Man..I! >. I, M. .. -
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and ('hal). 9 "..1)1nUi"o/ {< Man" TECHNICOLORRAFAEL family Lewis, David and Mary Miindy, Mrs. Charley Johns. .1'1'1'1 1 ", ."ii. i S fl V

Serial. Louise spent the early part of the Mrs. Steve Simmons and Mrs 'II,!, .1) ,Ih. i. I II. II. s sI
SABATINT9ST I week at the H. L. Brownlee cottage Gene Long. I I.. i uid \ s 'i '

'MRS. W. B. MUNDY JR. I ScARA1ouoi1E at St. Augustine Beach. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green wen I I Look ForTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYTYYYYYYTYTTYTYYTYYTYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYY KOCH I

I I Mrs H. J. Davis returned home in Gainesville] on business on Tue

21 22 f l"lnnday ___ _
Sun., Mon. Sept. after spending two week day.Mr. efln :::: :

1- Ml HI NOSTfWART in Tallahassee and Munson visiting i, and Mrs. Ed Ensor of Jack -. .---------------------

THE STORY OF tlfANOi nei daughters and families sonvjlle spent Sunday with Mrs -4

Mr and Mrs. II. G. Davis. Jr. and Bertha Pearce. I. BIG

WILL ROGERS GPiSERPARKER ,.: : Mr and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr..1 I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kitch w.n PROMOTION EACH WEEK :

JANIT [ | Mrs H G. Davis Jr. and son Gregot at Jacksonville] Beach from XXVd u., '-4 4

Tall:ihaxsee! returned here with ne lay to Saturday of last week p .4

t. MELL L Mr Davis' mother for a week's I visiting their son-in-law and ,:, F'Io.lI4'IJ\\ TILL CHRISTMAS! WE .WILL IUJ.TO .\,(,

-- visit. 'daughter Mr. and Mrs. H A 285We'll u. YOU -4

'..- Louis J. Tsavans was the overnight Durden. p. -4

WILL JANI 4 guest Sunday of his sister., Mrs. Cecil Prichard was \'isltin;:

ROGERS WYMAN :- -: I Mrs!'! A. A. Kartsonis and Dr. her brother. Rev. Elbert Bowi-rs I Prices

Aa Kaitsonis while enroute from Harvard. In Branford last week. i Factory
rius "Bijj Top Bunny" Cartoon be glad to tell
Plus "Fntjj I'ond" ('art oun Cambridge, Mass to the Attending the all day mcctmu you '44
and latest' World NV\\s -
Miami Medical school. I Tuesday of the Educational Seminar how to save money on 44
SAVE MONEY AND BUY
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Mr and Mrs. Charles Hardy and of the Methodist XVSCS: ir YOUR CHRISTMAS
IN THE :
IF YQU FIND YOUR XASIE CONCEALED m.\ fJSG your fire insurance costs. I
family were dinner guests of Mrs. Gainesville at the First Methodist E GIFTS EACH WEEK '4
DRIVE IN OR FIXKIlA THEATRE ADS CUT AD Ol'TXU PRESENT !
Hardy's mother Mrs. G. E. Mc- church were: Mrs. Titus Olson 4
IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FREE TICKETS u. .
Gauley. Wednesday evening of Mrs. L. D. Green Mrs. Henrietta ,u. 4
I CONNER & GAY YOU CAN USE OUR 4
last week in Palatka. ,. Hunt Mrs. E. K. Perryman. MrsJ. LAY-AWAY PLAN 4

BLANDING DRIVE-IN Mrs. Lillv! cone of Brooker ; D. Cottrell. Mrs. H. C. Ritrh '4 4
ISI'ltrEE"Y( (; >u. .
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visited her daughter. Mrs. M. F.I Mrs. T. G. Mitchell and Mrs 4

I Hazen and :Mr.: Hazen the first of ; Morgan Richarde N. Court St. Starke. Fla.NORTi1thTERN .

Dedicated To ) .\reService the week. I Sen. George Leard of Fort FIRST WEEK SPECIALS ,

Community THEATRE 'e t r | Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Atwood of : Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs Dav .1

A MARTIN THE.VTRE Than Ker; I j Jacksonville were Sunday guest I XX'estcott of Tampa will be week ** ..4.

of Mr and Mrs. P. S. Crews at the end guests of Sen. and MrsCharlev u. TTTTTTTfYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TrTTTTTTTTT'Distinctie .4
-One Mile East of Starke on New handing Highway: \ I 'r ,
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State Farm. E. Johns. MtlbAl >: I tufts 2HInthJUMBO: Excitinj; :,:; oil 4

I :Mr. and Mrs. Myron Harmon and i Mr. and Mrs Clyde Lemon of ** : ( LKAR ( RYST.I.I: : : .4
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BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 P.M. SHOW STARTS 7:13: : P.M. '! Miss Even Harmon of Tampa : Baiberville were Saturday alter ,, I.(LASS I 12 INTIIPLATE)) DOLLS GAMES" 4

OPEN EVERY NIGHT RAIN OR SHINE | visited F. A. Scott and :Mr. and I noon guest of Mr and Mrs Wilbur ---------- : : : (4

I Mis Wilbur Scott on Sunday Scott and F. A. Scott. KK : : : ( *> To ChtNise From ) (4
Look for FREE Passes in Our Boxes of De1iciou Hot I :
Mr. and Television
Mrs. L.
i I Sonny Engram of the Statr A. Da\is i returned Tips > I
Fresh Popcorn Children Under 12 Free if with Parents. home after /I." 44
Tuesday tw
Farm has gone intn al.tldut\ : > > : Attractive Designs) : j : 29': 4
Come Early and See Complete Show Before 9 P.M. I niii is stationed at Cherry Point months in X\'aynesville. N (' By 4 4 : 44 44

Mrs. 4 ) 59' _____ _
A.
B. Baker. Mrs. Charier 29c II
N C as P Fein the Photo Lab > ,

Fri., Sat. Sept. 19. 20i4rtI Mon., Tues. Sept. 22 23 Burton visited Mrs.and Biggs'Mrs. aunt Leslie who Blg-g'ha- CHARLES00Mt *>i.4 4 _ _! \(v-e\L.:: ;-*.!} I : Music Maker : 4 4 4

> 4 Smartly Designed) \7' 4 4
been ill, Mrs. Mattie Fraser ir .
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I cnsounE "GOSSIP"By t : Four Section / : MANMumpup 4
Jacksonville on Tuesday Mr > 1 > :
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.... Baker remained overnight in J : Relish Plate 'j U : Jocko) 4 4

sonville with her mother-in-'ax: '... \ : 4
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..-.-..-.---. .-......-..- Mrs. Ida Baker. >. 1.98Cowboy 4
--- --.-... -- -..--- THE SHORES INTO _ t I 4
-- Sen Charley E. Johns \\ .t... OF U5 RUN **u.4 49c 4\ 4 i. 4

I I Tallahassee Thursday on binmesMr DEBT AND ARE FORCED > : oil
: New SpiffyKiddies' :
Also "BOO OR NOT TO OF TRIPOLI and Mrs. J. T. Prev.it h TO TKY AND CRAWL OUT > _ _ Guitar :; :4

I .th; V of Starke and Jacksonville Beat :' >> : (; InchCandy : Purses t : 4

BOO" Cartoon \ pmE.OmA.S.. "Shorty"I are now residing in Riverhead > DishWith (4 4.4

I '\ Long Island N. Y. Mr Prevail >* : In LoelColors : 35': 4 4

20t1 c..v.aE.cov. I is a grade foreman with L (, ,. 4 44

MRS. W. H. NOEGEI. I II .1'.sphI Defelice & Sons Inc. They write >>.: ( '0\ er-In Panel : : Red Ryder Carbine' 44 4
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I that they like Riverside but an >>.4: Effect( Designs : : :44
Also "Popcorn tor)" Cartoon : i forward to returning i.. B-B GUNS 4
I g I looking 25' _ ,' :44
Sun. Sept 21 ONLY I I Starke. > 4 44
MRS. ROBERT G. GREENWed. ; I' 44
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Mrs. H. B. McLendon turn" I American HeautyWAGONS 4

I I "Anyone who wouldn't to her home in Orlando Tuesda> Ii >> : 4 6.49 44
I .. Thur. Sept.: 21.252a I i >: Original Hand Painted : : : 4
notice her is all wet J after a week'ssit with her par 4
> : South PacificDinnerware 4-
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200 WOMEN SEEK eats Mr. and Mrs. E. Matthews:: I : 4
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WILDERNESS \\e let nothing unnoticed in All Steel H Raked I 4
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NOTITK TO AI-PKIH :
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our effort to maintain the fin- In Circuit ('"ur'. Bradford Conntr.PlorMni Pu.4 Enamel f,InI"'het.1I CORK RIFLE 4 4
In ehsn..ry.Wiliam > I' .1 Sf 9.95) :
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apjaranie jour ear. K Turner Tlar1"XIary Pu. : ,

$ i C Turner. Defendant Ca"N... '''.'. Many a good man has trawled I II I *> 5.95 1.89 I' 4 4

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.. .Urr*, j in the above ram>-d > 4
r.Inst you
wai w Sales & Service C.
ROBERT TAYLOR Court and cause and you are required ShepherdGuaranteed I 4
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.. HAYWARDDAllIT.? [ SANDrnS B[ Kaiser Frazer HenryiDEALERSHIP 'I I I.n'. ,, Via 505 Lynch and file Building the original Ja:< kunviHe RADIO & TV I :4 4 4

..SimJjfUo !,. 'J I'M1;$,'_.._..__ in the office of the Clerk of th.- <4
Cirouit Court before the :2o Sales and Service *
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Cartoon ( \ 1'luto and G ph.-r" Cartoon Temple Ave. Ph. 32 :: day of Ot'tober..115! :!. otherwise th. I >> Phone 53 Starke, Fla. .<
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FACE SIX .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE
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I l-KIPlY. SEPTEMBER 19, |11!|:V;
TTTTTTYYYTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTYYYYTYYYTYTY I good care of it as possible, but I II
Conservation r son spent last week sight seeing at] would stow
the tiny seedlings have been dying Way Elgin how glad the r
Fort
i Myers. Key West and I are that she able -- -
] is to he ba
FARMER'S until
steadily now we have
only a Miami
| Mr. Watterson's
mother. home
Of
small fraction of the number we Farming Told again. so a number 01 ',.:K
Mrs M L. Watterson
I accompanied from
had germinate. But we'll Long Branch church v \:

D I ARYI those left along, as we want baby cabbage B)' George BajlessI 1: them to Fort Myers and spent on her. Among them \\e': <> \' ,

j I several days with her sister, Mrs. and :Mrs: .
Sidney Harris .
By Sam McGarvey 3 as soon as we can get it. I: Assistance in planning for farming I I! Bessie Bryant. j I II daughters a \ 1'; -
( ... '' the I and Realltl v r ( Jj-t;&
conservation
way was recently -| Mr. 8f1dIrs.. Raleigh Brannen Sheetz. Also her
i two mete _
: The author The okra which :-
will we
be to transplantedis
glad '
celve re4 I given Marcus Reddish and ,: and family, and Irs.1.. B. Lay- ; Jacksonville, Mrs. \Vinjn II : illra ,1JIrr
items 1l1nless
of interest lj
cojicern4 fine. '
doing We have
dusted it Ralph auiider:*, both of whom field
j Mr. and
Mrs. and
Jack husband
: I Simmons -f and Hester St u t .. r -- .
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Ing the activities of farmers in 3 '! with plan for : --- 7" .: -_
Bradford DDT several times and hoed; pasture and woodlandimprovement j of Brooker and Mr. and' spent the day with her. oth! -.IE ;<:---_

be left at County.the Telegraph Suggestions office! may I it and it is growing rapidly. We : in addition to cover | Mrs Charles Layfield of Gainesville called upon her during the tia Wherein \ielioiiu* in Septem j; .!'i t, a',U Ipph} .s. hi.,' ,.1' :, I

mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lavtey or4 hope at least to get some for the : crops on their row .crop land. i enjoyed a fishing party and In fact I spent a few minutes with ,ber.i, I ('an, rnaUe jeLly I -ing a now am peeling appY.. ti> d'' I

freezer as it is S fish fry on Hutchinson Lake her too. MIIJI; and sa: >' a pri\er t mighty good eat :: Sat She has really improved i! :I ,' -' '''41 j and stietchtd' ih." .' I Ir

I ing. Grass an excellent and favored ,, urday. in health but is not well i I r .'.
-. -. -. -.-. -.-.-. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -.-. -.-. -. -. -. -. -. -V -. -. -. -. -V -V -V --------- tool for soil protecting and improvement !j yet Through main seasons "Her int t i"i ,- !lt":
.TTTyyyyTYYTYi Mrs. Irene Fuhrman and son .' ,
I More I Help Xeeded.In i I have walked the fields ;p,1 1 back !t. -

Lots. earlier than we had anticipated. doubly welcome-- to sell and tc One of the best vrgetablesi as well as a favored | Pat of Jacksonville spent several Building MissionThe i In close coolUunion:1: .. ,\ .Tt: : '; l \1t'd. : the hi '". t
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we had our first small I eat. I i which we had in the Spring was I forage for cattle. is being plantedon 1, days with her aunt, Mrs. Vernor. Maxville church: donated i land: i that 1 :'ia\ h.id\ ..n the .1" n- ', I.. I

mess of sweet potatoes last week. I| wax beans. We planted a new I many Bradford farms at in increasingly I'I Slade. Mrs. Fuhrman, a former !i the building blocks they had left !| Ft'eling"lth an inner sense bed Made it 1 i-t waitt.i .. ,'

I We also located a bag of onior variety called Sure Crop and we rapid rate. This factis Hampton resident will be remembered - We set out 1,000 vines on July 2nd I the 1 I from their church building to the i The pale nuance of moss oni homely tasks .i"; I '. I
sets (Chrystal Wax Bermudas) had a fine crop that bore over a i proven by following list of by friends as Irene Green. i rocks pra er ot t thinkas I I :... t ,
and had no idea that we would j long time. We cooperators who have used dis- !!1 I Rev. C. W. Burton spent the Mission at Clay Hill or Ebenezer
planted a row of i I :riyI'k lAte ,. ..
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I and set out a double row of them. >II' And the slow cool rhyth"1grass ,> is s i; ,: I
have sweet potatoes so soon (a it in the garden this week and trict equipment during the past weekend in Keystone Heights. Mission. We have several donations how luckv .
I II we are I MAT .
We v ::1'
seed catalog stated that it took were pleased that we got them think that if we can keep ahead of two months for seedling gras: | Mrs. Louise Mauler spent the coming in but they do seen
I I have heard with they are PUttlllgup so q': e 1 k,-
oul :
ml! :
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five months for them to grow I I' so early I this year as green onionsare .: the bugs we may get a crop. The J. Wainwright, W. H. Xoege1. weekend in Jacksonville visiting slow. We have our land paid for dark niv \ > ride I noticed four
over young i r
from vines). The 'taters we dug one of the best sellers on our: insects are really fierce at this L. O. Hazen B. C. Holtzendorf j deaf friends and attended church wire purchased to fence the lot.a And rain on i I They were M> Haik ai.d! ilir'\ I

were small, of course but what I I i Market. We will make another I time of :year they're so numerous J.v. Gaskins. T. F. Gaskins,! with them, also visited the Club little money left after paying I have known sharp-edged the leavesI felt a wave of svmpathy MI th.
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we were m'ost interested in was!' planting in about a month and they just about stand in line in the Marklee Stalling, C. D. Edwards for the deaf. our light bill and donating a smal!! j I I of man mystic union! working in the hot sun Th.i iniv

that they showed no sign of I, continue to keep them coming. middles waiting their turn at the Lunl Stalling, Cornelious Moore i' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Forsyth and amount to missions every month j With field and tree.i disma I saw one tII".I L ,

weevil damage. That may come a plants. 2r r- 1 and Leon Conner. ;! Mr. and Mrs. John Knight and also paying for Sunday Schoo' 1;".. ,.... ...._: 1.___ only one aim and-----. a.. I""o..... > I-. !

later. ..&z,* -.:*- : Made a late planting of pole I f V I S S SAt 'i son Ronnie, visited Mr. and Mrs. literature and other supplies. Ware : I 'J'<:'.III r.lltN'Li seemed to be the best one t to t.-,\ ."-

,4_ S -..,. I beans in the kitchen garden in the I Well at last we have a row of i Mr. Conner's, after planting W. O. Forsyth and family and Hokc soon going to be ready to staii i.i The month that brings us autull Any of these hovs would be \I. : ',

We are both very sorry to hear' Spring and as we did not tend the I turnips stalled (purple tops'e) a few rounds. the cultipacker I' Smith and family of Dundee over on the building. but we need mort is here. Today is a hot sunny off in service ot .fir count. 1 I' .'

that our good friend "T. K." Me- plants well we did not get much planted many times during the broke down and he completed I I the weekend. capital than we have before WE I day. and will!! help to ripen the the poor fl'l1tlwith t 11 e.: > .

Clane is leaving. About the first out of them. But when we read summer but all we got out of our seeding 10 acres of Pensacola' "I Mrs. Fred Whidden was elected! can do much, so we are taking th. I corn.'t need this kind of ami, is :a 4-F no, doub: !1-
Bahia hand which he I means to let all of ,
by know
thing we did after buying our recently about a bush Kentucky j effort was a lot of exercise which grass Baptist W. M. U. president Thursday you vvt weather The nights have been was a H'tt'.11! (ie won'.i: '

farm was to run to "T. K." for I! Wonder bean we decided to try i we didn't particularly need. But tells me is quite a job. Since evening. Sept. 11, at a meet are needing your help in erel.tingthis ,' cool. Out here we have t tai pension! and! not have I to ". "'n

advise and ever since we've been some. Got some seed and planted! j this time we have a stand and if then. however, the cultipacker ': ing at the church. Mrs. R. C. church. As all know, we ar< "reaching fields of toin One great haul as this tt'llow
has been is for a bunch of small 11:11'can : i
and farmers
here we have sought and received j a row in the kitchen garden anl j we don't run into trouble maybwe'll repaired ready Gray was re-elected vicepresidentand in this plant and take oaie ot HO ('LA Y HILL Ahv\ ,j. -

help and information on almost'' will try to take better care thifi, :have: turnips. As soon a* u mv' -(-hooli !lnldrenw !! < > .

every subject related to farm life time. !I we can see them (practically) we'll! ,,' addition to fertilizer distributor i and treasurer. New officers will! mu< h monev. therffoie we do ask in 300( acres 01 inoie Thev h.tu' I "You nit',.in .<*> n ,

from him and the staff. We both" I i dust. ,grain drill, rotocycle mower and be installed in October. all of you who make good wages tc sometimes two I iart!tors, M U: me "' (lout bless I >ieni I .
gOIng
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| pasture chopper. is available tc | help us a small amount at leaton i
heartily wish 'T. K. the greatest At the same time we read about Miss Martha Home gave the this a tield At're- and a<'res of oit- sated in "t/IoT/ !utters I .>I,'
I cooperators of the Bradford Soi'Conservation church. I
success in his new job and hope an All-American selection of spinach I The mustard we planted is not ,: program on Missionary work in Probably some of in the -pl"ingal".' seeded I have forgotten hut still t loved I I '

that he won't forget his friends I j named America. As we arc doing well. The row consists of a basis. District on a renta1 i, Korea. Mr-- Otto Hicks and Mrs. you building think here we: do not need a chun'l' loved every state I have: lived in thinking this t',<)ment ot, ( :, ,

(both old and new) in Bradford ,: very fond of fresh spinach and we i I great many skips with a bit of (' 5. Donald Hill were hostesses. of but theie: are a number Alwftvs s/>n1l'thing'10't'ly tl> l look. I .uiiher stieun' lucre I 1-: i j
here and there. As we'veacknowledged I little children as well'agrown -
; mustard
County. | are continually seeking better Miss at and thO''t'l" i hanging season- shampoo mv h.tr: in the I, .--i ,,I'h11 :
I Those farmers interested in I Norma Sweeney left Sun- folks who would
times be-1 I never
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varieties of all vegetables to plant, !; so many to gel I lm<' this st:ite :Mv garden !I" dnl'll in !'n,' sitn h,id .t i I"
for the future with 8' day for her at go to church
Although is was a gamble, be'j'we obtained some seed and planted fore, there is a lot to farming. j I planning senior year Bryan if we do nol havi about haivested! Eight i'ittpotat.es < ot and a frajMin" i Mai1,!, .
S. : conservation plan for their farm University Dayton, Tenn. a place in this neighborhood whet
it is rather late ? mi! .
cause we j i tooHKLI'FI'I.
a row (after soaking the seed for I to dig:: po- mil theu.
( : are invited to contact me at my Miss Joan Sweeney is enjoyinga we can go and wor hlp.'t' lieI'servlees !
enough sweet potato vines to set Alice is dusting our garden regularly :
two hours). Mil h nice one- I" c1 'iok out t th. I hIVTS \ .
office upstairs at 119 E Call St. two weeks vacation. ,
out a couple of rows in the back. now. We: have agreed that in our h"t'llingfOr I a window and the houses oi t ,M p'lt' in ,
s't' a i
I Mr and Mrs. number of up; in .1 i l't'fnLI'1: itiemoe i,
field. We understand that if these I the bet'a to do things is tr Wylie Williamsonand yeais and nad! a-- i me'M- '!.!.., boll-]
We of mlois
of carrots nemhboiThey ale
planted a row family niv !M u "m iumi- i
fTTYTTYTTTYTYTYTYTYVYYTYlHAMPTON spent the weekend wit!fc l good attendance but
set aside time when will M there aie so t
vines they will make small! i a you
grow not so much to sell them (as they net mother. Mrs. J. D. McCulloucl( who could not widows and al..I1"1! near'c o uat hanjjeis \llth oldt t .> ',
r. attend
and that if cut the i each thing and we have dec iiled' here because
potatoes we are always quite cheap) as because (,fVellborn, their they could 11'IJhhor.Ihh; ,'. is >,) loiu-h n; j pads Theie will I be no !la:i' '
not
vines off level with the i thate must dust at least once a : daughter walk the di.stauu'
ground of the winter that she has rented hei I marks' on lot
they are one things we have Gloria, who had been to our house. t hmA/ bar i ,
: :s.pendinj? The'an
when frost hits them and cover been unable to raise.'e visited; week now.Our attenc house to the schoolteachers a I unwrapped
plated
I sometime with her the church in a sun i '
the beds up with soil that we will I V. I By )11'''. \\'ni. \ grandmother, and do attend at the .
Pop Moore of Lawtey this Spring II \ HammondLAAAJLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ returned home with her parents. 'tent. I wonder how !jtoaih and wife. She will spend I.n traveling bawill: pie\i ,

have a crop of vines for next year. and were looking at his gardc-t; I egg production rate if :Mis.: A. H. Kelsey and think these many of \or', the inter elsewht-ie, The ot her I use from having a nuMx ..! .

Anyhow, late or not, we went and saw a row of carrots. We j climbing slowly. Alice is taking grand people need a ihurcr' neighbor is :.unv:s the big Mam.I So) pass the days tor me
house
the hens and the I I |daughter, Carolyn Kelsey, wen E to worship in? How {
ahead with of Mr. man
it because the weatheris care
good and Mis
asked Pop how he got them tcj j 1B.. Hall and a of I age ditch and load Used to b< !
uncertain anyhow and i girls respond by giving us a few patty of friends Monday dinner guests of Mrs. R'. you would be content to gc I have movid, a single ,
quite grow and he smiled and said there .!:: from Gainesville F. .a tiamed nurse She is lame fioir. : /.I.I i !

WI ma"not have a frost until was nothing to it. So, we're trying 'extra eggs every day. But ever. attended the services at the Chris I Dyal. worshiping in a tent when yoi :: a stroke and wa'ks! with a cane sand
I I rate i is about 30( tian Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Underwoo I have a house to live in": How
Christmas s "r_ again. And they are good to eat q<) our production Church Sunday evening. ''of I 11 have such nice people all about This day to help! my fellou i i'1

"->..,.*-* When they are young. I I per cent which does little more II I I Mrs Florrie B. Maxwell spent Gainesville called on Mr amI I many of you think we people hen me. The house acioss the st reel If I have brought otn'i! I ..
:Mrs.: John II. Parker Sunday. ; worthy of a church :'
Made up the beds for the sweet S ?. ., than pay for feed. i iKnothead. ii I the weekend with her daughter I 1 ( building jr that was so long neglected i i-' into the fold
i Mr. and Airs. Jesse Brannen hope "
S. Mrs. an you study this over and vii
potato vines in the back field The cucumbers which we planted ;i j A. M. Burris and family of visiting in Bartow and Lakeland : decide to painted and :soft; white curtain- Or sent a lav ot hope t I' ,.,' .
the runt is start- help liS :a little on this
which was badly overgrown with with a great deal of care (and a I I pig I Jacksonville. i I II f Mr. and Mrs. John Knight ant 1 building We hang at the winllllOm> tti\ [ lonelymil
At the i are doing what WI
grass and weeds. But we cut and I large amount of manure which i ir| ing to gain weight now. month j 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastajr: son. Ronnie and Vernon Forsytht : can Will011'. You hear their little dog bark. and:' Like a sunbeam in a I'n[' I

cut the weeds and trash until more to the point) are o'ingillike ripe old age of about six and !son Tommy were in Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Greer your I donations to may senn: sometimes clothes flap on the Or on the th-Mit: t sands a i- ,
me" Bessi:
finally we were able to put up weeds. They now have their the little "stinker" weighs a goodhusky Monday. 'i t I clothes line Theie aie tiees well
and family at Heilbronn Sunday Strickland, treasurer of the church
rough beds. Will have to hoe the true leaves and we look foi them ten pounds (if she's got a W. H. Maxwell and Mr"! Ralph(,I ,lor if tree*, in'en' direi-tion Hill-: To quench his :anguish I''r! .
evening. you are afraid to
I trust
beds soon the good heavy layer of mUll on her I Pearsall were in Gainesville I I p. stand all about town
or of
grass and weeds to start crawling all over the Sat. j guard our way lift'
| Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns. Jr.,., woman with
will take over again. I garden any day now. Have tc I II and it looks now as if it'll be years urday. :Mr.: Pearsall who has been and family of Jacksonville spent to Bill Negnch your at Middlebuig money, send Hf it At this time we have a street Or ease his heartbie.tk. ., '

We've before she'll be big enough to eat a patient the !I Some kind of t
always wanted to have dust them this week. in Gainesville Hos-'j carnival going up battle of strife--
mother. Mrs is the
S. : Sunday with his treasurer of the Black Creek
some multiplying onions set out,I S S pital. returned with them. I I 'Association rides and mern s 1 lound. Th This dais i: not lost.

as some of our Roadside Market, We planted a row of squash, ;I To the contrary Happy the bul1 ; Eugene Nazworth of the S2ndi;I :Minnie: Johns. 1 and the mont' wil1 ,'church I has a stand! t to sell eats;
Ed Silcox of Lake Butler was! get to Us but not
customers want the slender onions(I using old seed, and knew at the !(, calf, is starting to put on weight Airborne Division stationed at| anyway at ,I, Lots of places to spend monev I am I'njo1I1g": the |jI< !ni

(what we call scallions), so we I time that we were wasting our I I i and, we are pleased to see him Fort Bragg. N. C. spent the weekend a guest the first of the week ofMr. r quickly as it would if you send it J:! WI'I1.1, :' did* not go to the fan speeches' I note Ike has bthe .- r
and Mrs. J. B. Forsyth. directly to We do
:: me.
appreciateall Sout hland. ,
i He gets Daisy's milk, pas- with his I at the hejuitv to have I am amu"t'd bought some from our friend! time. So when the seeds failed tc grow. mother. Mrs. Ena1' was : shop
I ture out in the orchard, as mud'concentrated Nazworth : The many friends of Ralph I of the help we have had on thiS excited at his 9pf''ho' I :
Charlie Shuford of Lawtey whc ordered and family. Mrs. Naz. my hair set and a manicure whl'l'I
germinate promptly we
Pearsall will be glad to know that: project and feel we will soon bable ,
| '
nit It is .
he can beg n are pood. just: :
has j feed as worth is the mother of : met fellow the sidewalk n"
quite a crop of them. We setout j i some fresh seed and leplanted. i j six sons, i Gaines'il1eHospital. a on
the to
ho-ve from erect a building that to'choose '
I he is wan fit
SM" the
a double row of them in the Compared with labor fertilizer and access to both common salt three being in the service, one whc front of the stole He said; t I. p1' tithey
and slowly improving. ( be proud of and thankful 1 l-
stand
: for.
kitchen garden and they will be dusts, etc., seed is relatively cheap. I and a "salt lick". i is now in the service is also a !!< stay i lose by the teli phone. :is K
is a
i Vivian Saxon of Pompano man as well as to God for. .
S V S. World War II veteran also anotherson wife's brother was living in! !'in i :Nice letter from Mrs \l.h.i>i .

We fed surplus tomatoes to our! Have yet to start to fatten is a World War II veteran. patient at the Gainesville Hospital ', Hit Three Coons hospital and u he !.light i tall u- in\ J K 1 R. 2. Starke Hope all ..,

TUXEDO hogs this Spring and now we are I Butch the red steer, and we. know Her husband the late Arthur E. hp is the son of Ben of Saxon.Cocoa is At One !Shot moment. So I decided then. i hl"1! well who i' ,tul l this and !

finding tomato plants all over the : that we should if we are going tc Nazworth was a World War I Mrs. Newborne her Well. I have a coon title thai' better stay bv the telephone. I> n'iefuied thinking: of CM ty one.
with
FEED STORE hog run and in an idle hog pen.j| butcher him soon. There is sc veteran. II | spending sometime Mrs Fred Wind- will do to put i m the Believe It ('I to go alone I r lloil; Mess: MM all.

much to do and jut so much time MrS. B. granddaughter Not. Last Fnda\ night we we'.t! I been hll !
Alice dug some of them and | Mugh and daughterof have -\ < .1'111111 i ;': >'u' it.Si LOVE LIKMis : \
up I attendingthe
is
Keystone and
Heights and available. Jacksonville. den and family to take a look at the 1 IHMI' tp-e-! !,'
energy and Richard
Jones
has set them out in the garden. I .
Church.
SOur !jof Crescent Revival at the Baptist see if there was :a ( 'Dun in t.n- :' c hoot, Atlanta < !.1 i / snah Jacobs, :T.Tl 1 f n!.
which will! I City were callers of
FEEDFERTILIZER That is.one we of
crop I Irish potatoes are comingup Mrs sister and Mr. Waldon Chastain and family trees. Jim had gniie to ]IOIlK> ,\' Frank Burn1"1 -, I'.. i 'i I U: 11!> k-:s' I icksonville.; FI.I
Hugh's Jones
have to get to know, well, as we Mrs '
I Bradenton ited his aunt < ,Iunuhuis IndT (' ":'iu c.. .
W
and that the persimmon trees I went behind Manning > -:
I have a good opportunity to sell! very slowly meanZ aunt ::\IrR.. F. Dyal Tuesday. i I IMr. and Fri .
trouble with weeds and grass. | and Mrs Orien Jones and Jessie Chastain Thursday the old CI ib to i jo"k' at tlu .< Williams: \ .1. ilIl-; : \\ :-t Jai; ksom ille. Via
SEED .. tomatoes. I
PLANTSH. vine-ripened Our idea of nightmare is tryingto day. Mrs. Jessie Chastain warn trees and there was a I 01111 sitting :21th$ S' :M.ii., !I'' i I I. I1 i iM' Mi l Kuj't: i,' "I'( > '
I SOur I a family spent the weekend in
get something to which Fernandina. i Gainesville Saturday. in the forks of a peat I lif lookup : \. M! 1'. 1 ijj: ': '.'. 1 l' ." :s':: [I.,, kM -,,,,". J,, I I1'
grow <
V. JOHNSON I little cabbage seedbed in. in Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whidden and straight at m('. I shothe: , ;, ': \ t i i < i'i', i
is still there but it comes up very slowly, resulting ,I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of
the garden Brenda, were .
children, Larry and knocked :1! \l[ J I.. 1 Lf
PROPRIETOK I had a constant battle with weeds Jacksonville called on his parents coon. and it i..f! ot; : ?

I_ has taken a beating. We a Guess we planted the spuds toe Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins Sunday. i in Jacksonville Saturday. tree I went around, t flit1.1.: "-,' : ', \\ .: : \ f
good stand, ard we have taken as } Ruth Hammond. young '
Willow '
deep. i] 1lrs.1amie:: Meade returned Wm pick up my toon uul I I icand I in.. -., -.. __...__ _' p ", .._ I
'. '. .- _" _' from daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I: had knocked three '/">ns in'-t.-ui: -' -
Saturday Brunswick !
Ga.
,
..' ,L burnedon
'I The weevils are really eating she was accompanied home by Mr Hammond was painfully of one out of the tie. K: lied t A '

our corn out in the field. We and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks at whose the left side of her nose and of them. The shell >-1'i. K In i J'

could not get Dixie 18 seed and home she was visiting.: i iI face Saturday by steam coming gun or I am SUMi ',> ,1m: I %VIE INVITE YOU
j
NOTICE I !1 I I from the vent of a cooker. gotten the third or.e p
planted both N C.-27 and Golden Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Crawford ,

H I Dent and we think from what we were in Jacksonville on business Ellen Searl of Crystal Lake whc Jim got after the ,\ : i! ,t. sit ,,>

'I see: daily that these strains have Monday I I has spent the summer vacation ir twice, but failed I t t"i se: aH; :I.M/

j vet y poor resistance to weevils | Mrs T. J. Alderman. sons Billy |! ]Nutley. N J.. returned home Saturday I will have to :shoot nii t it >e TO PATRONIZE OUR -
I enter the University -
will
Moral: Get field corn seed early and T. J. were shopping in Gaines and Tuesday nIght w"<> wor h.j,I ,bou'' r
Our Meat Room Will
Be
Curing Open at Gainesville; for the second to d thr
hour i
i ne\t year. yule Saturday. tnmtf! g d i i'
I i I' y ear. Miss Searl is the granddaughter hn ', J/ER.\ u_ S. 1.\/T.1R r
S S Jimmie Williams the 6 j : had con.e to the 111111 -
I To Take Care Of Your Meat In The I'e''e -year- of Mr. and Mrs. Wm
j planted our kitcher old son of Mr. and! :Mrs. Frank '; pears. He was up ,if. (r.- "t." .t ,

sat'den a lot earlier this Fall than Williams, sell while at play Sun I Hammond and along with her wouldn't show hi- < I I-i .

I Same Efficient Manner By The Same i usual. and we hope to set out our day at the home of Douglas Hardy )rOther: Chester, who has spent enough for me to' L .> .jun: ,

'! t the summer at the Naval Air shoulder "I'i'.i !11.i. MEAT CURING
berries shortly. But we have a and broke his arm. He wan I my 01 "

Competent Men As For The Past lot of01 k facing us, if we are tc treated at Gainesville. i Base at Jacksonville as a Reserve, been a dead roun \\'- ,:, t.lv: s:, '

pet lupine planted in the cornfield t Mrs.! W. E. Mitchell of Savan-I ,ind her parents, Mr. and Mrs. him He ju-t w it-' ,' -r.. I IWe

I Five Years On and the sedge grass field nah Ga. i is visiting her sister. *John Hammond were Sunday got five out ot 1 '11> :..., Ia:.ll' I. amic

nit up and oats and rye planted Mrs. L. D. Brown. d}inner guests nf the'm.. Ham persimmon trees :la-' k. br ,

: for winter forage j Mr. and Mrs. W. Shuppert and! nond ..ti.di'c.!: '.\ R:ith( the other three \vct.sr.. ,III.- j'

: S S S daughter Barbara visited Mrs we just keep ,on! !1\a\ I'.E, 'rn'ii :'I COLD STORAGEPLANT

H OCTOBER 1ST \Ve had a good lain this last Shuppert's parents Mr. and Mrs YYYYYYTTYYYYYTYYYYYTYYYYLONG the farmers aroi.t d 1 '.\ .1 1.: i't h '!I.

week: and it will be a few days before Wm. Slade Sunday. ot' the corn they i ti't: \t":nA'

I we will be able to cut up Mrs Ethel Tidwell who is tr! BRANCHBy least we hope :>o. I' anv: : I

I land. But we will have to dc ployed at the Farm Colonv, i- c ashoot more than three t ,,fIr ,

SUGAR CURE (: some hurrying to get our berry spending a few days at her honu :Mrs. ,J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA "at one shot. phase tell nu f.\

beds ready so that when we Uc vou manage it and I will bt. ', ,
-, here.Mrs.
get the right amount of moisture: Ellen Saxon entertained at t-fl': uj.h to try \ <"ur !plin!: t./o

I in the land well be ready to set dinner Sunday. Rev. and Mrs 1 Reverend Edward Harup i- Ready To Serve You

And SALT CURE ; plants. We also want to put out John Childress and boy and Mrs moving to Highland from White ADDRESSESOF

: mole cricket bait before we set Xeta Johnson. ; house. He has bought some Ian'1

: out our berry plants.We '! Mrs John Blackman and Mrs !1! at Highland and also bought the INTERESTi October 1 1st

,I .'.. i: Hester Dickerson were called tc ; old church: building to convert i
JohnY.. Lazenbx. A-B. S.l i
in common with most folks the home of Mr. and Mrs. Car' I into a residence. which work wil1 : '
I 3722, Flight 999. Lackland AFB SUGAR CURE & SMOKE HOUSE
3c around here get to jumping and Rhoden Monday where Mrs } be done later. We understand he 'I
San Texas.
Per Lb. I stamping when we inadverdently : Rhoden is seriously ill. is in the poultry business on a Antonio
i I Mrs John R. Rivers, :haiL i
1! get in a nest of fire j1.ntWel1!' Miss Janie Rhoden of Gainesville small scale. He has severa1 FACILITIES AVAILABLE
I from Keystone Heights to 4ij' i
Finnegan. the water pump, is nci spent the weekend at her I i I hundred hens at present and hoper
French Ave. Sanford. Fla
i i exception He just plain up and ,. home here. I to be able to increase his flock be ,
I SFC Leon B Tnest. (",
:.qUIt.. the other day and Sam wa Mrs. Ellen Saxon spent Monday fore long. IIq .,

Your fit to be tied because Finnegar with her sister-in-law, Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns have 69th EAB. Ft. Huachuca. ArIz. I
Business (I I! I
Appreciated
Mrs. James Ritch, Rt. 3, Brist
: (On again off again Finnegan) i i| Saxon who is improving after I I moved from Clay Hill to Jacksonville
Va.
[ has been an awful lot of trouble. '' being ill for a few days. i i They were here to spend
'1 : George C. Powell. 2331 NV i -H. A. LAWSON
But when Sam investigated and I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson I i the day with LouL" 's grand Northrup. Portland. Ore.Mrs. i

learned that a swarm of fire antf and daughter Mrs. Donald )lc.1 I I parents. Mr and Mrs. B. F. Fair' :'
H. H. Brice 331 Cantey R !
| had located in the pressure switch Mahone were in Jacksonville cloth. Also Mrs. FairclothY j

i i thus preventing the contacts from Tuesday. '! daughter Kate was visiting at Jackson Homes Columbia. !S ('
J. A. Jordan, care V Nasto RD-'i -'JAR/iET .is/)
H Starke Ice Co. H HI working, he forgave the doggone Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eiland of Clay Hill Sunday. County Line Rd.. Lakewood N J

( pump. After all. it practically had Homasassa spent the weekend Mrs. Elgin Lang has moved '> P. S. Colsen, 3706 Oxford P*

i I ants in its pants. with the M. L. Wattersoa's.Mrs. ': back to her own home to stay. El Paso Texas. COLD STORAGE

Vera Harris and children She was staying with her son since,
PHONE 12 I Mrs. L. W. Hieatt 41 Grfp-
STARKE FLA.
I and Alton and Vor.nie Alvarez of she returned from the hCb--pital'
Adding :Macnines and Portable mount Blvd., Apt. 3, Dayton <* \\ahinton 1. Near Railroad Star" ""Ia.
I Gainesville spent Sunday with Her niece, Gloria Starling, te tr Ohio.
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typewriters: sold on time--Brad-I I their father, Charlie Alvarez and stay .with her at night. Sunday)
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jl !ord I R Denmark. 106 Forest A':' -
County Telegraph. family. tv :
j some of :s decided they
l I II care Emory Southern De-.i'! -
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I FRIDAY SEPTEMBEK 19. 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA

!
i Rev. John E. Stroud home of :Mrs. PAGE SEVEN
Essie
Keystone Baptist Crosby the Sure glad to see Grandma Norman I
Hope .
she
I : f.vi.n! ,
second ; tine .it ,,
Thursday in October.!: at church thlrmuir. -!; o r l'' K .vH.iY :ii> > <
Cuban Missionary, Pastor To Show Sunday. Haven't.seen UMt; '"' _
Everyone IS invited. her for '\t. n n : \'- !iv
sometime due to i'': "'. ,
: \-'i'1 C' ,
9 At Methodist Church Film About KoreaA I Birthday' Party ]i, ness. a"h!

I Mrs. Gordon Jones entertained Quite a large number of / -.-- -". .. '' .
e'i ,. ,V' ,. ..
mfHie film made in Korea j; her daughter Carolyn last Friday,folks. attended the Sing at East < :_ :: : :"
oil'! be shown at the First Baptist with a birthday party. The oc
I Palatka Sunday. { Don't Miss The La.t U'cck-of the
'ieg 4+aZr i t'hure-h In Keystone Heights Sun- casion being her ninth birthday I
e. > I Freeman
and
At The TabernacleThis Theressa dav e \'EmngSept.. 21. 8 o'clock. a anniversary. Outdoor games wen Inez Crosby of
ChristianServices I Tampa were visiting Raymond and!
ui; < ordinp to an announcement by enjoyed during the afternoon and REVIVALEvangelist
i Louise Crosby this weekend.
Saturday evening those at are now being held bL the Pastor Rev Fred D Gant. F at the close of the party refresh .
I Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs
The film made by Rev. Gant ments of birthday cake and punch;i
tending the Youth Meeting will be every Sunday evening at 7::30. was
given an "art lesson". A handS I I Every one is cordially invited tc q 4 during the time he served as a were served to the young folks. j Eddie Norman Sunday were Mr Harold Bowe
attend. Cecil Douglas will be chaplain in the Armed Forces in Carolyn received many lovely gifts.j and Mrs. Hubert Norman and son*
painted ed to the wall plaque will be award. I guest speaker. I Korea.In About 25 guests enjoyed this affair '!'of Weirsdale Mr. and Mrs. Thur- Soloist Harry Welch
one answering the most I
Bible question. Last Saturday I this: movie is shown thewe with Carolyn. jMr. j I man Jones and children, Mr. and > P.M. Each Mjht Through
I I September :!'t h
: and Mrs. Thurman Jone, '
several sacred numbers. id! of Buddist Funeral
night the life of a famous :! rituals' a I j Mrs. Gordon Jones and daughter
hymrcomposer
was studied. S.V i I Visitors from Penney Farm? and a closeup of a leper I'I and children were vacationing ir.1!|Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Greer First Baptist Church Hampton
,
Weirsdale with Mrs. Jones' brother .
Starquest of Pavilion attended the Sunday services Flood sceens and the living conditions and :Mr.: and Mrs. Edward Raukrson
N. Y. conducted .. i
war
present and I z how something of the ;and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs j! of Brooker. HOB (,1\Y l\ist''
played and sang by the sponsor. i i awful struggle for survival of the Hubert Norman. i i Join I'hf ( '
roudsttendmt
L Sure glad to hear that HeViMr : : ThtMSorn oA >
people of this land. I II | Mr. and Mrs Carl Thomas of' ( .
I Jimm i Crosbhi l' Ii'iII:1 ___
PRAY vs I There are also scenes of mountainous Lake Pity \\orisitii', !!;!., '."".. ... 1)I'K.'s
ATTEND PRAYREVIVAL ![ terrain that will give ar Mrs Ht'J man Thorn e' :-\lllId.l+ i\ Ala> h.t.t.i i I' ?' II 'i; ._ '
I idea of the topography of the M:

.A /J Country where so many .V-iu-ncar.! j
boys are now stationed
Rev. John E. Stroud. Methodisi'' As the picture i is hnwi, RtI .\ "You Are1 SHOP
Missionary: in Mayan Cuba since I j i Gant will, give sidelight! :!'m c hit
1943 will be guest speaker at the I own oht'l\'aton", ;aii'l M!*".!". )''es MiahtyRiqht To
Early
First Methodist Church of Starke Th. juib':..' .- i .! Il.d.\. .f i .', (d i il STARLINGS
AT THE Sunday morning, Sept. 21 at 11 / To Get
'o'clock.. Rev. Stroud will speak ot t l AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t I the missionary work in Cuba and We Are
I at the Sunday evening service at 1 BAYLESS HIV/AY\/ Y & MARKET The BestSpIll7Sr
STAKKEOCT. I 7:30: will show pictures of the ,
work being done there. QualItyCheaper
5th -- THRU -- OCT. 12th Rev. and Mrs. Stroud were missionaries I 1 By Mrs. O. E. Crosby (Jualit nights Reserved 1'nri'v (".odd I Iri. and Sat., "sepi J<
I
: in Cuba from 1930 to AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA & Service

DR. JESSE HENLEY, EvangelistPLAN 1935. They were waiting to return: d _ ._ __ _.
to China when the war continued'and 1'1 Clmrch :New .- .. n _. ,_ Y
NOW TO ATTEND 'i Rev. J. E. Ladd filled h -'''gUJU:
ini
EACH
SERVICE were assigned to Cuba i
LET YOUR appointment at BayU-.s.s, Highway
SLOGAN
BE 1913.Rev. I Baptist Church Sunday Chuck
a
innrmng
11 I" Must be in the Center of Stroud and Industrial founded School the Agricultural at and evening. He and M I: Lad<.1 rriii AOC
were dinner :,; Club
guests ot
i duo ,
Preston. Cuba which the Church i
Rev / I Mrs. A. Russell Norm
vaATTE1VJ
well brothers in Jacksonville helped i.;;
l to build. Camp Friendship. aI|I; The \V. M. U. of B.t:, !it.s.Ii gji Pin Bone
PR A Y PRAY "unmet camp has been directed way Baptist met with 11 1- Frank
with the help of a worker partly I Norman as hostess last Tnursday LB.
supported by the First IethodistChurch night at her home. Mi" -. ilui'ie1!
i of SLarke. Hundreds of Norman president provided ov.-r
I Cuban young people go there each the business meeting and inr tol I

3 summer for inspiration and guidance lowing officers wei' elected LII Sirloin
i iMra. Mrs. Helen Sapp prv.sideti' :\lnf.
What About Stroud in addition to other,: Essie Crosby, vice-president Bar
(duties has been the director of bara' Jean Norman sel"! v Mrs I Porter House 59 C.

Profits? the Churchwell Clinic in Mayari ': Iris Crosby, setwardship BeverlyJoe
which! cares for more than 8.00C Crosby, nembershlpll's: T-Bone

...... poor children. This Clinic, whichis Muriel Norman, com in mission
.,,.< .:>/.,,/*" ..'..". ...,..t.. '. a chosen project of both the,' Mia.: Beulah Kellyhildrenf LB.
: i": -
Th ere.ttre dff ,r fff"JVVK today t in this..country. three given the major credit for the rev 1 Fund; and Mrs. Louise Not: man, --
and ajBCdf, million businesses small, duction of the death rate of the I 'mission study.
medium nd' '. entire county from 26 per cent in ; The ., Dixie Lily Qt. !Ib. bag $ .29
., big the largest number in i meeting wa IIOSt'l n! with ,
1914 to" per cent in 1950. Thejj I I SYRUP 29C RICE 10 i
the nations history. Business: the only Clinic is named for the brothers j prayer by :Mrs.were Iris served Crosby b\ Mrs Refreshments

department in our entire American economy A. F. Churchwell, J. H. Church. ]Norman
assisted
that rs seli supp,:utin,9. well and Rev. \V. J. Churchwell of j Barbara Jean. by her daughter I' Bolted Ibs,
Pollyanna: Pa!
American* businessmen* Jacksonville who have contributedmuch gifts were exchanged. MEAL Sibs. 16C 1 FLOUR 10 I 69C
;: have. the trains."knowrhow" in money and inspiration.The .
The next meeting will 0if :he
and courage e'la! start enter- Rev.V.. J. Caldwell is a .

prises "cinCi"Jceep themgoin9, at a profit former pastor of the First Methodist Firm_ *1 For
Church in Starke. l1C
.taken taking'cttNhe und., r'our>jisks Pron'Vand,of:loss J Loss that must be The Strouds returned to the I SURF S F LETTUCE 25C

.<:,' System. United States for a year's furlough

r:a ','::> ,, .:... Scarritt in June College and are and taking Peabody workat ir. I TIDE e E l1C BANANAS Beautiful QCliiI.

The Incentive.:Back,of Every Business Is Profit. Nashville prior to their return t.
Cuba. They have two sons. John
Shackle Incentive by Dictating How MuchProfit I ..
Jr. a senior in Peabody and RulersAllen aBBBBB BBSEBESBBMILK I'LlI
,..! 'Can. ;. ;,Earn.. and Business Dies,. Inviting a freshman! in :Martin (01 '
II \\v im\M)) :)

, National'{yV' ..ddef.;:;.,. ...!....x.. _rUse ( w I.v I; paring lege.mission Both for field.ministerial of the sons work are on pn the I' I T\I 3{/FOR: 41e I OLEO nl.flltl-H. ,;. 1ge: I Ip


Your Bank Champion o/ Your Ltbrs.!!' Uev Stroud will be in Starkr -.--- 0 _

I through will Monday address September the Methodist 22He each 6 hot. ctn.
tMSU AJAX CLEANSER SC COCA COLA 21C J
I I\VSCS at 3::;O Monday afternoonand
\r FLORIDA BANK at STARKEr will be the guest speaker for

'' the :\ll'thodistIen's:\Iondaye\'enmg.Fellowship'supper at 7'.10.j : Ib can 6 hot. ctn. C
r ji
If tori Ja I Inlionat you l CRISCO 3 19C R C COLA 16

lMee. i j Church of God ,vr
f
starke-8th A; !Sty Clair !Sts. "33" Qt glasses'
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| Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -

Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Service 7:30 p.m. YPE ServiceTuesd3 Fresh Crowder Ib Swifts lb.
,
}' 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting PEAS 10C LARD 16C1'Ii

I 7:30; : p.m. Thursday.
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1 Sunday School 10 am T.n :' -- "''''''=''''''-' "ca '

:ui i g Worship 11 a.m. Yl'K s r\ FIU'IooiH"M\\UH i not si:: LB. .\\ 1FT"
.. ..: Saturday, 7.PA; : ) p :-i 3 Lbs.COFFEE .


\ "4 St. Edward's. Richard Lyons CatholicRev. pastor I I I I 1SC JEWEL 64eg

.
Sunday Mass at 9:15: ;' a m't'f'tlv -- '-' '- .

r. r\\mfessions! Ma_:s Saturday at 8: a. m.7.0; ::! t > \ nilI'I.ACY(.ri->C0vY li'uiul townRemit ;; I I //( ( cello// pak/ lb. 39C for I
WEINERS SARDINES
,, S 1SC.
S :30: P M.rhildren's. Catechism ClassesVdnesday \ililrt-sx of: shriner.UK U.ishin) in 11t1Nvlan.ier Silirnibrr I I 3 ,

\\ 4:00: P M ,: ('. nn I.iliii> I elur'er1
:

tafJtMatlJ I Church of Christ j. ; RiCE! long grain, 2 Ibs 33C MULLET l | Fresh Large Ib 27C .


Comer lOlh and McMahmi

Bble School-10 A M I 71b box Soda Over Sea 7-41b
/ ,
P. Preaching11 M. A M and 730: / CRACKERS l1C TEA 19C

: Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I

-aEilZhflL ,'"' .': ..".....' I,each Everyone Wednesday welcomePresbyterian 7:30: P. M ONIONS 3 Ibs *) PC RICE Bulk 3 Ibs 39C'LARD


Sat j Church 1iuff ,.
"" "U -
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Sunday School at 9:43.Friendship .
SAFETY Class: 10 a m ( \SHMKKK:

11 Morning am. service conducted a' He Offers You Expert Kelp 'I GAL. S8e I SOAP .WII(1470r25C. I .

GAS HEATERYou In Planning Trips to All '.

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSniuncn 43 5ats.! ; Canada, Mexico: .. _._ ,..r-.r- -rz. ... __ """ _A._ _

get more for :your money24M95 up Sunday School:10 a.m. Buv D. ".* w'r lb.' c

with Dearborn-the world's t Morning! Service 11 a.m. .Ja'k..omill,. X I I:) I BOLOGNA 39C PRINCE ALBERT 11
finest, safest ,
gas heater. More Evening Service 7:30 p.m. ()t'aL h 1,61 .
safety, because its ; Pra'l'r'eUn Wednesday .
amazing Cool Cabinet Tampa 6 4 OX"t.
top, sides, back bottom.. never gets hot on night 7:45: p.m. Saturday! nigh I't't..btlr Ii 4.1;flTJIh.l..t'p Scotts ( Gre'n bch
or can't ; top
.
scorch walls, drapes or 7-45; : p m.ninni. TISSUE liar 13C CARROTTS C 1 OC
woodwork. Safety pilot gives complete protection should 4.4.6 i
flame be ; or JJMX: CHRISTor : ;; .avannatr, Ga 4 -\.flfj
extinguished. More heat, because
the Dearborn's I.ATTFJI n\v >.\ixi!-* Kno\\il! T'n" 4 I I' I .
unique design pours volumes of heat out its l louvered Masonic Tempi Call! Street. for for
front I f1n ...reaches the far corners for wall-to-wall warmth. More Sunday School every Sundav New York. \ V.iler ; ."! :J SAt 3 10C BABY 0063 19C-
convenience, morning 10 a.m. Saciinnt! \ Serv- .
because it lights automatically! I > >prin!;i x i 190
toes 630 p m. A cordial mvitatiorjis
COME BY AND LET US SHOW YOU THE :, extended to all.li.tl'Tl'M.1L. l'lu! L.... Tat. aan t vira oz. Plantation

FAMOUS DEARBORN! : SKitVlCT. 10()<> ,KAH: Trip W.nitb TUltMl :.t 1 1.lInll ,4 CATSUP 14 19C I GRITS Sibs 48C

Rev. A. G. Karnes; conducted a


SLADE GAS COMPANY /,. Highway.:at beautiful t Hampton singing afternoon Baptist baptismal teacher Lake Church Tullie:rom service:2:30:!: Normar Baylesy led o'cl laSunday tht vk-;' aanIOi r.i Phone:s IH'POTTt'mr1t'11.ti J. ,. MAYONNAISE Over" Sea; ;t. 29c rp 1 T' ibis-n 10- 'Ikr .6 c _



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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE, FLORIDA I

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Shame' I Hookworm Survey ,1---Increased Acreage Parade were also discussed and'1 I r : '": 19. 19.12"

Trying I i the j Rotarians Hear iliary from seven North _
I
opinion was I Florida holders
I expressed that owning or \
Begins Sept. 24 Of Lupines Urged oeiit holding 1 I ; :
Bounties.
this event should '! or more of total i i
I I I be held earlier in Dr. Smith Discuss bonds, amount I
I !
i I For North Florida December than heretofore The school, the first of its kindto ties areXi.ne. mortgages: vi other e:"' i. \ '
ir :
Says Sen. Johns A hookworm survey will be ,, order to encourage buyers Diabetes Treatment be held in Florida took place I I 1
to get 4 That the _
started at the Starke School about I in Jacksonville two paragraphs abugl'tng \
Soon their Christmas i Department Commander : the |
it will be time for northern shopping done names of the '
(Continued from page one) j I I Sept 24 and will continue for approximately Florida farmers to begin planting i early It was aso suggested that > \n tntet' .ttng t.tht in diabetes A. P. Drummond of Boni. 'tf-toikholders.any, contain and security j ui,{ .on,,.,
five A not only the
days. special its list
lupine cover and it I merchants "lUsesinti cure and somemistaken fay declared it a success and said stoikholders and I
cooperate by
crops is security <
they (the House caucus) did butI trailer will remair. on the school offering b hefs as theappear ,
< about this dis- i it set a pattern for the first state upon the books I !
that special
hoped they will plant bargains and other ( the '
even i( fea i ompany but
can't understand and all children from the also in '
a of grounds :iwhere
ase.is
group at the wide
more acreage to these crops than tures i during the parade weekend given Rotan I school now in the planning the t-toekholder or -> ,
Democratic nominees doing what first through 8th grades will be Club Wednesday by Dr. I holder appears upon the be.. I't I
1 E. R stage
.i s I '
The
future the
they planted in the fall of 1951. use of Camp Bland company as trustee i ,
they did. i given an opportunity to have a I Smith Director of the Division of ,','h'r fiduciary t r in i I
The Florida Agricultural: Out- mg was up for discussion relation the i,.u: i
Rep Robert Floyd of Dade hemoglobin tt for anemia (a t again :Nutrition and Diabetes Control of of the person or cot ptruti'', t !
look Committee has suggested a and a plan devised for whom such truste..
County introduced a resolution at drop of blood from finger) and the enlisting i the Florida State Board of Health 5 i'\Tt. II-:>T OF TIIK nv>r.K-: Riwn, also that the sad l> tw a.'p. "l' I I I II
of !
planting 153,000 acres for the support of Chambers of Com- *. i pt
.
Mill M Rraphc
tf.KMKNT.
the Tampa caucus calling on loya! stool examination for hookworm I I Dr. Smith stated that the rlltClI.l- dintim eta trri-Is >''i\t>i .I 1
aver
coming fall season, or slightly I merce in other cities and town 'I to\. KIT.. HIUllllKII IIV Tilt inK affIant's full kn..wl.tlj. ; t
1\\ !b
Democrats to actively support and These tests will be done in the i 1 age person understands little ACT or (:'o\GnE:>* OKioisr Itt as to the ctrt' f
very nm.t.
than the within .1' ,
more planting of fall a radius of 100 miles | ,
vote for county state and national! trailer which is equipped to ex- I oft | about diabetes, although it ranks -I. mi.s \MIMIII: : in 1'111: londition. under whiih st". "h"rs \ t, _
1951. and the farmers will find i Blandmg. \s oK \IKII l :C. ItlXk: .I MlJl and seruritv holil. r. tt li .1 I, :
party nominees. The resolutionwas amine approximately 150 a day. 1! close to tuberculosis as a cause of I.\ !. 19 t6 t1IiIt9.: : I.... toiirsrrtion appear upon the bo..k- of th.! n J'
well worthwhile to meet 01 exceo'i Directors attending the i.,
2CI: panv:
meeting ) as trustee,
amended to withhold endorse Children will be given consent death in Florida. lIe hold q", I u .u !
describe! >f '
I KitPFl'KI: set ;
this goal. were: D. R Devnck. president : t'OlTV( ; TIH.E- unties in a cipacitv other
ment of candidate who advo and containers to ; in\rir. i.m.iish-.t] t .. that of I
any slips specimen the rapid strides: made in \\ rkly at a bona fide owner and
recent : '
Most farmers who have Guy Andrews. J. ( i
planted F. Jaudon. Roscoe s-t.uk Ki f .' iffiint
: i. ?i Fept.bt:! r I H r\: has no
cated limitation of debate in the home to this date andit reason to I
carry prior years in treatment of the disease I That the :*>:ll any other
names and addresses ,,
lupines are "sold" on them for Bulhngton, Robert BarksdaleCarl I pt-ist>ii """ (' : :
U S. Senate or Federal control of is urged that all parents cooperate : At one time a diagnosis of diabetef >f the publisher, editor, managing "r corporation ha. ,intntt rest ,
they have found them to b- excellent Johns?, Bill Graham, FF >--ditor and husness manaK -re are: :v<': ">r nxln.tt\ in the '
tidelands oil. I l I in having their children ex was like pronouncing a death I'ublishrr E L Matthews, St.uke oiids.. 01 .tb.j s,', saui! '{' !) -
.cover for their land during Stump and E. Matthews.. I utin s than '
Floyd said he did not think amined. sentence on a Dr. Smith Fla. so stated: bh.m. \ ,
when it In person Editor: E ;, That the. :
the winter is not pianteMto : regard to the billboards it '' L Matthews Starke. atrrag e !
anyone had the right to appear on,j. Special talks on hookworm, together and also havebeen | said. :Now however if properly Fla. opics of each issue of this number I I! I .. p ,
cash was that
they b
the ticket as a Democratic nominee |I I! with a demonstration of crops suggested large ones 'cared for. a diabetic can lead Managing: Editor, E. I. Matthews, tutu sold or ,distributed I ,I'r
a
convinced of their fertilizer erected several hundred mile Starke Fla. [the mails! or otherwise I to paid 'r :\ : ) I' \
who would not give unqualified ; hookworm and other intestinal lormal.: useful life with little tc Business :MuiiM, K:: L M.it- -t 1'11t..r- diir.ne the incur ", l I
value. Not only have they seen: north of Starke on highways coming 'llu s. 1.11'1". Fie t't.i.il'b'! ,{ !, tlu n:" '! ,( ,I
all !lrr
support to the party's nominees Parasites are being given to fear .. ,. i shown alu\e
research plot, and rccol'dof the into Florida. The object would Tit it th. \\11.1' I I' I. V it1 i I
j week the san- 1.\\ s. s tntl i 1-it ,
and platform. classrooms this by Di Smith was introduced by Dr v I-: I. '
Florida A'Jil"lltural Kxpeninent be to the .'. MTT1IF\\ .
on .
impress motoring Til I' 'li.' l h'\\ I '' I'l! 'I.1. -s \ ? X ,I.!
Floyd's resolution was strongly< itarian. Jack Trawiek. "We feel Stations wnich showed con lusiv- public the idea of dining to Starkf .\. Y. Covington director of the m"rlgI// i'nl ..Mi- -.. Id.r't .... : :"l I'm. I I to I In' !rl"j I t' t I .

opposed by J. Farris Bryant of this is a great opportunity to i Bradford County Health Depart. "I
1953 health lv that lupins (amide very substantial for a stopover -- .....__ & _--- t
Ocala. Speaker-elect of the help solve enl: of our large nent ---
who has repeatedly said in Bradford County" Dr. quantities of nitrogen ana
House problems other organic matter to the oiL! I \
would vote for Stevenson but A. Y. Covington. health dopait- Greyhound Features
he
GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe
but they hove been postive proof
would not campaign for the ticket ment director said. '1r 'h. P-A--ii1'
i of the value of these crops on their Local AgentsIn jl I I4.j
of his disapproval of
because town farms. They have harvested Girl Scout Committee foi :
I Current Ads I
in the
some of the planks party'splatform. Holcomb Kerns much larger yields of rom and tarke Troop No 1lIt't Wedne-

j 10. at the h
other from land on \\hnh day night Sept. crops
Sill OCSPfc Gieyhound Bus Lim-s launching
Bradford County'sState At Fort is -
Lex Green and turned under of the committee chairman. :Mrs

Democratic Executive Com I W. Holcomb Kerns recently lupine previously was grown than from land on ('ailedIeet a new advertising the :Man" program Edward Burns. -
that featuring
mitteeman. stated yesterday 'which the was? not Mrs Tom Stalling. who ha:' Full Of
Lead cover crop
the eieht-weeks their
earn
behind the' completed agents in localom- Savings
he was wholeheartedly been appointed leader of the troop
the
C before planted
cash crop
nominees and hoped tc ers' Course at Ft. Jackson S. grown rnumt> The rompany's advertise- ;
party's met with the committee which if
in their be and is now in Officers CandidateSchool ment in this issue of the Telegraph 1 rk I
make a few speeches I These legumes, which were tested composed of the followingmem
Okla.
in the campaign. He at Ft. Sill carries a photograph and brief: biographical S
half later and introduced in the Experi- bees: Mrs. H. C. Ero'n.I 1'-
with Donnell and I Leaders course candidates arc sketch of La<'y Conway
Colson
said he agreed fewyears R Johns. Mrs. Lemuel
rank ment Stations only a atA&P
the enlisted
selected from in
Greyhound "Starke
Johns that the party's leaders ant' Th have saved farmers agent Mrs W. J. Epperson Jr. and MrBurns -
nominees should be more active of the Third Army area. ago The: company state, that it is ,
thousands of dollars that would
individual'rpotential
i school develop the paying tribute to its agents in this .
thWoman's
at this time 1 is sponsored by
leadership with have been spent for fertilizer if Troop + L TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Army '
for
way in appreciation for their part Maik-
of St.
and had not been Hundreds Auxiliary i LGIy
emphasis on Infantry weapons they of farmers who planted have benefited in the development of this great Episcopal Church and Mr Stal GOLDEN RIPE 3 LBS.TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYY.
leadership.
j combat transportation system. During to fill the \'acancy
lings was appointed
and have
REWARDCash the service : from such :;savings
Before entering this special pi omotion. Greyhound i .left bMrs. AI Caili.sli
Kerns was employed as reporter increased: their crop yields plant agents as a group will be featuredin moved t. J
Carlisle family
i when the
on the staff of The lupine cover crops as a routine fall
Waiting photographer I national magazines anti on tel I California. Bananas
Telegraph procedure now but there are some evision.. 25cI
I The Stallings faintly recenth
farmers who do not yet use lupinesor I

FOR CLEAN do not use them as extensively) Although Mr. Conway is already moved to Starke from Palatka I
Recent Births i well known to most of his patrons ; active ir
where Mrs. Stallmgs was
Used Cars as they could in their farming pro-
he is hopeful that the next two ,'
church and community work an
The latter are the oneswho I b1 rl
Edwards
William R. grams.
Mr. and Mrs. months will bring him into contact the committee feels fortunate ir

J. R. Wainwright announce the birth of a should during investigate the next lupinesthoroughly few with many more new friends and having her as troop leader! Her

son, Stephen Joseph, on Sept. 2 ; full customers. I daughter. Melissa 13. has been a A
Motors Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville weeks and make plan to get *
in St. .
'
and
member of Palatka troop
them. a I
A\e. Starke, Fla. benefit from
I .
Temple
I II II Lupines are soil builders. They Boy Scout Troop will transfer her membership neie
Jane
Parker
enrich the soil. They enable farmers Elects All members of Troop 1 are requested .
OfficersNew t
to keep their soil in good con- to meet: at St Mark'.

dition and to increase its produc- Parish House Wednesday afternoor

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE tivity Farmers have and will officers for Boy Scout Sept. 2-1. at 3:30: o'clock to meet
70
Troop were elected lat week ajs CHERRY ?y
continue to have for years to comea : follow: Charles Kirkland Troop the new leader and discuss plans .

big job of food production before Quartermaster; Jerry Gibson for the yea .../ .
and they must have productive
them
Scribe; Jan Mundorff. Secretaiy-
ZENITH soil to do the job success- Treasurer. Later Date Is Set 8 inch

full Cover crops such as lupine
(i Thursday the: Scouts are havinga Trices In
this
ad 39C
RADIOand will help them to do it. campaign palled Operation, By CattlemenFor thru Sat., Sept : rtfrcrtt'each

Boomerang, which means that all Big BarbecueThe

C of C Directors Scout equipment that has been .. o:1 -
.. .: : -"
lona
Discuss Billboard I taken borrowed tented or lost barbecue to be given by the -- - Plain or S.R. 25 Ibs

Sales Televisionand must be returned. It was voted Bradford County Cattlemen's Association '

Service Ads For Starke that there will be a fine levied on previously announced for LIBBY'S CORNED -4 FLOUR .*

i any person or persons not return- Sept. 25 has been postponed until C j
....,
Plans for more effective billboard ing this equipment.Jan Thursday Oct. f. J M Edwardr !

224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 advertising Starke were Mundoif. Secy. Jr.. president of the group an J JI I' BEEF HASH S

discussed\ at a directors meetingin nounced yesterday. J I -44 44 Libbyr PINEAPPLE

STAKKE, FLORIDA the Chamber of Commerce of Funeral Today The barbecue will be held at the ,

fire Monday afternoon. T. II pits of the Container 4 Ige
of
Corp. can
I -- -- Slade who ha.'olunteerl'd tr For Mrs. FraserMollie America on the road between j 1-lb. Can 29C 4 4 JUICE 27C

I head up mont'yraisingpffortr Graham and Brooker. All cattle 4t

for billboard purposes was askec :Xewhein: 1 Godwin; Fraser men in Bradford County. as wel' j

to continue. his work and serve ar .<*). widow of the late Brantley a* president of adjacent
county
i_ chairman, of a committee for thif Finsei died l suddenly at the homrof groups will be In\ tt'.1.. | ""-'---'-------'-'------ -------- J Libbys VIENNA Can

\purpose : State her SOn. John Godwin at th I Super Right Corn Fed j 4 flC
out Farm Wednesday morning
Monday meeting brought Partin Is SpeakerAt I $SAUSAGE$
FOIL IKSweM Yellow Lupine y TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 'ilmos't 100 per cent attendance of following an illness of several!
seed, iI. try Indigo new crop weeks. <4
len a'ol.lIall I.t & .irtifieitSouth MATTRESSES directors indicating that the Legion School 4

la ml Oat seed Iuv! early OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED "summer doldrums" are over and She was born September 2. i PUflI K L 0 INS
before prices Seed drying 1S72 :: 5 Ctn. of
& cleaning7.go up W ll.nmltivi, I the Chamber is r'adY1l1 to po: for I in Baker County. Her parents Chas. S. Partin. department 6 Both Plus Dep. :

.' tfiKM'lNK were the late and chairman of the American Legion
Henry
I'.r.ioker 1\ I + ward with a'tl'ltlerei I the fall
Susan Roberts' New bern. She wara 'a Committee on Americanism. : i
and winter seasonPlans Whole Half 3 R C COLAS
( India Formosa Az.Uea-s for the annual Santa. Clans- member of the Oak Grove Prim was among the featured speaker i or fflC
Well\
plant* 10 to I! in. 12.fai'h
rooted and lrall'h..I.zal..a cuttings i itive Baptist Church 1''at a school of instruction for officials C '4

< in. lOrt for II'.5. Camellia I ul'.i'illgbesides her son if of the Legion and its aux .
Japoniraa| l6 to 12 .ill. :3'r;; FURNITURE I
each Postage 1'lh1.H'iIt..I..r.z.I..a .. 'one ,twg'hter.Irs.. Onie Hale of.fatksonyille E: --,.-,---------.---" -, --,- ,, 3 Our Own
.\ (harden and Nursery1'auline Itt'ulhnl"tt'I'\'II( | and I and two sisters

Earle'on.Earl FU.: ,'..lIill". Box 1S tf<, Refinished rMEATac !! firs: Annie Barton of AuburndalcI W. C. T. U.rrr t Super Right Lean 5 %-Ib tlC

; andll's: TEA
I Texas \Vestbein of
HASTINGS I
I MATTRESS CO. STARKE FLA. \\
roU S\Ln Two-stoiy home !8 I U'Hier; to.Funeial.n1.
rooms with :I! bathrooms and :1! Box 230 Talatka, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. "TIIK WMNKNS: or .\ <'IIKIVTi -
small kitchen .\ "lIIa11.'ltaK"\ 1 Services will be held! PORK CHOPS S ii i------------
on premises! I blot k from low nKe.iMinaMe Fri., Sat. Sept. 19, 20 from the .\\ IS NOT TO mT; : .\ roi.-
graveside in South Prong
Bargain: for cash i.irr J. n ODOM. jit lilt; DOl'KLK FEATI'REMEET umi.Mi i, in'T TO stET: .\ I
II \"".1: tot it Cemetery- Eight
See Sirout Heal .:,..Ial"It..nl or Friday at 3:00: pm "
.-T.\; n.\lm.
write J. Fred Uuy. 99: I::. I'm- rvrn.KMI: noesmi ME After DeWItt C Jones COFFEE
\TMty .\v..., tJaines-ville 1 Fla 'is Funeral Homeof ( Hill.II' \\ IlKMIs: I Center
itchg16: 1.1Ch'l.i Knrh: >\ rilnrsil.itI'u Starke is in charge of arringe cut Lb. J
o'clock
The SHOWIN
____ In I ka Each: Tliursdntl.lilnes merit ('Im..TI.nllil. :.T.1 69C

11' \\T :Graduate.. nurse or \Hie l:in-h I'ritlntPKOTKCT TKCIIMCOLOUith : I 44
licensed I prarlual I for general I,
Iioctor's CHu.Hospital\ I Il-tt.r.aMf CQIS9O
duty YOl'Ii SUCrrilTIKSFireproof r E .... .___________.. _
301 W. Call S! Starke. Fla tf ------.e ____ 1-lb. | | -
1'rotecto Seurtty:: Box I/ ANDLowess ,
beautiful large, heavy duty steel I -' -.,
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rOK SALEroom home. electric Fancy Tokay Seedless
light, running water with 6 a'r"! box $102.1: plus tax Bradford / Cowboy or 3 Bag
tmpried land, fine farm ....il.J.l'inlt County Telegraph tf / I i I \]
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; east side. II iway toi: about HEATERS

:2S mile north of Starke Trice FOR TIIK itl'D.ET-MlNltl:11 IrdrWO \\ ith Uhipilson and I'uKnight //\ 2t / --;:-- ------,,------ - -
$4.000. cash 1".r..rr.,1.1'1,1)' toX151 KiiRravededdiiiR\ 111' Ita \ GRAPES ,. 2Ibs. 13C Lr ItSWAN;
Mrs*. Everett Johns, l\>x : ,. tines on fine raR."tlT.\! ptI"! | \
Tampa: 4. Fla or phone Stark.: iyilv: Ilo! ; i;. Bradford County Plus. serial and ( artoon \ J SOAP 2 for
'. 25c
:22!: i\ _ in : Telegraph: tf \ M t ,
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KOOMS TO laXT-\I.... Klnsjslex i Sun., Mon. Sept. :21. :22: 1 AB, large pkg. 30r
I.tkr cottage :t bedroom* and I KVDIOS REPAIRED 1 U.
7 -.l t S. No
.. Mrs 1t 1 White SURF
b.uh modern i oiuetuem 1 DOUBLE : J large pkg. 30c
.1 M c1,1'h..11_Uchgfoi III M.ikr til Mnitel REDUCED ,
tmvi.nnhlr rhnrurx tlinrnnlrrdc 1 '1,1.-lIlar' Rat
; S.\f.1-:-FOUI loom house with \v <'. iiiriuitii DYNAMITE \
fixe :.11.ft'N t>f land Located near ro.1 W. Call "l. Clarke. lh. 2: :u C \ t PnTflTllFX LUX SOAP 3 for .

ll-lffls Mile, Mae Lapp George 1'll.e_$\TS 3lP i; MJ-10. '"' FOR nr.NT-Quiet, --estmi ( u,1". Kith\ Jane Rti...rll. ( rouchniark Phone SO Starke. Fla. PRICES t I I H I U L u 3 <.,'rl"'l, 23c

fortable! 1 1N.
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apts adjoining, :I .
.it
) t and Prank
Fill K \\1.1---1.1" < inch TIIIII'IK1'- I rooms each Electric Kil.-h. <-n.. I'I'I sm.itraMils --------------------_ 1 : 5 Baby Food
3
bor I..n'h san with stand and I good beds. space her'-r K: Two Cartoons and Latest jars 29c
motor, on-. drill press with standtud Marke, take left hand dirt nutd! /OS. tOC '
motet, one I* inrh Throat Jig (fesj-eiit road) at bridge on Call XeTuex. \\s 10 Planters Peanuts can 33r
and 54 In.'h St" for about 1 ,
one
?-i\\' >\ith mt'-r mi. u IMV 'icii: .it :
p..It and t\isk; Sander and motor. left side of road ;"Irs. Carl :23: ONLYJOURNEY GASVOOD > 4 I in I. l -nsJ
Sept. O
KEROSENE
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S Iturdette.I'IP
All rood a" new H )'nnpt>! tf

....ent Court. lit. :2. n"xli.tt1t :' :'I I INTO E -------------------u__._______. J RICE, 28 oz. pkg. 39c
Starke FOR
HI'XT-Ltr" etoul let.ly i furnished
sia. h.Mi-e, Kr\stone Heightson LIGHT E Libby's Garden te11N.k:
smallestor \
\ XVTKO: -C.irl's bike I Brooklyn: l Lak. Klectrui 1
s.i"; \\ ;>lk bike PhiMiUS:! Mr''. and \* 1 CORN MEAL
re.'riierator 5 Ibs.
Phone ; 57c
1 Wit
:: x Nterlins: :: Harden and -
S'SO a m to ,
between .
Puke I Buy
lil..n Jacksontllt .r writMrs.! Thicnver Early
'. IV in 11 p 1!<>\ 3.M1:: t. Jai'kson\ iif! Fie Mi.>ca IJnJfors I : 303 cans ? 5CJ :'i'---"

V!. IlK I'lu. Two : "r---t :: PEAn
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SI'I: 'MSTUFSS--1'lui sewing andalterations. ( artoons and I itestWed. W JJ J CRACKER JACK 13c
SLT IsL..'t ion fruir- -
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HOt'SK Nett. tile You Can
FOK I EXT
>.1'11.Prk.e reasonable! Mrs.1'verett Imiuii. taem : } j
Prescott I'- miles fro hound lUis Station tf Marshmallows, Ib. pkg30c

Siarke on fake flutter Road. .. Thur. Sent. 21.23: ; ------------------- '
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1 .Uth
:\\I.p If liar
FOR 2
SV1.K-Two Sio;; x Ib tiles anti BIG DOUBLE FEATUREThe Hilt
tubes, 1 1-I..dn tinx-Jer. 1 k. eon cif'
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lv''TF1l-Tw" or three rider acne hot t, k o' 1 Cashmere Bouquet 23c
water heater 4 I
rabbi! PACE ThatTHRILLS Plain Self -
1'.on..t. \'* I.ei\inc' Oct 12 hutches 4l'rt'kl' waters and rOll \eed' at These or ISing

See Joe Martinez Starke_ItDFO' feeders. :! platform roik.-r. J Cant Car

S M.V*-Farm mare 3 >'O'arl Carl gasoline hearer engine. :J1. 1 mileN garbage can 1. a RENt ( ED PRICES I Palmolive' 2 for 23c
.. nit With Rill ; 111 -
..1.' \\.i Ic" lion p..nn.j Gentleull I'. S. 301 oppo.site Bradford Fur:,1- Uilliams and (aria I j : PILLSBURY
fLOUR
week 'U"hp. $7rt forMM
; *. .'I,' h.,r"..+* Xo reed for ture Corp i lip Ralenda I I f I 3 AJAX Cleanser, can 12e
'. \\'. n Oexine. Ht 1. Ijiwtev. -AND- i E
FOIL SUC-One 12:! ft plywood 3 Ort Q"nn Soan. bar 7c
111'
boat Excellent: condition. Two -
GOVEST YOUNG I .95
Si fi' ," )\'l-n*! :and drar"< ma'I" \live l>oeand one' new tunwheel 4ft/fcsfli4C5 A P. n Cfl
flnn
t'..h..lsterlnR Mr, Pltnn. t tion trailer Tin :! Service t>ta- LADYiUi 19'i > Sibs r

Walnut St_ltt> I Itp -4
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o }y.J' ni'\Tr!*..,||n.. Power lawnnu.wem WANTED-One coon hound pr. IVnny lnl'l..tel1 anti 1 l'P '.4 The Great \flanfir, and pacific Tea f
TinService Station, ffiaMtblue tick or black and UII.mut Glean Ford i t
"*" Itp 1... ijood trailer <*. F.ntlr ('ont""," ropvHeh I. IT-0
"mn'e Ire open 'n- .XI.SO :
.. I.atc-1 Nett.
f o' t'- i. I' tj t ,11 t n I tart I -t. Bik. r \'t a I.nk"C i
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 195



Hampton TELEGRAPH Correspondent Only 73 ReceiveUnemployment I I July For County Smoke Tax$3,165.84Cigarette Take FIRST




;: Not New To Newspaper Reporting Checks Here I smoke !sales tax to be money given: from to Bradford July-

County cities and towns thi.--
month totals $3.16581 about uvi \
A transplanted Yankee gal, whc Thirteen unemployed person i i
tenths of 1 per cent of the total
has done every kind of a job irra ; rk reei>d $159 in unemployment state revenue being distributed U i
compensation payment checks for
office from setting '
newspaper the hundreds of communitIes.
the type to folding the papers, is y the week ending August 22' :Money available for distribution I'
Figures for the
now back in the newspaper business corresponding from cigarette taxes collected 111''
after a lapse of 25 years a? week in 1931 show a steady de- July amounts to 51.-124,127.12: I
c Tea-e of jobless in Florida, for the I
The Telegraph's Hampton corre !
r with 1193729.99 going to eligible
I spondent.The total number of persons receiving I municipalities and $230.334, : 3?
(hecks this week has dropped
friendly, talkative Mrs I > ap- :going into the general revenue
c I -- nroximately 2.000 from mid-
Ruth M. Hammond has just re : 1: Iry fund.
t August of last year.
lieved Mrs. Mae Sweeney of the r., Bradford County communities BARGAINS
In 1950 unemployed workers ir''I
Hampton column, after Mrs and Keystone Heights of Clay
Bradford County received a total! 'i
Sweeney had handled it so well 4 County receiving monies are
ot S12.470 in I
compensation
for the past nine years.In i payments Starke. $2,517.19; KetoneHeights.
I r During that year, workers 9S.
J682.34 $321
Telegraph II : Lawtey
stepping in as The
I 'n this county, who are covered by
correspondent, Mrs. Hammond i is ; the Unemployment CompensationAct. Brooker. $23447; and Hampton. I ....

in familiar footings. i paid $7.101.61 in contribu $92.20.

Way back in Elkland, Pa.,i tions to the fund.
about 42 miles from Elmira, N.
The annual report of Florida County Buying SEPT.15th
OCT.15th
Y., Mrs. Hammond once: got the I Industrial Commission the --
agencythat
news, typed it up, set it on the Mrs.Vm.. II. Hammond I administers the unemployment : Income $493
the The Telegraph's new Hampton ,
insert paperin
linotype, helped
fund showed tha Bradford!
the printing press, folded the correspondent N pictured' above L'he )I I County employers! paid their employees There is a definite ratio between W ,______ _
and to top it all off kept write- hereeklj neus letter
paper $615,47645 in wages during -! the per capita buying income -

the books for the weekly paper, in longhand. I I 1951, on which they paid pav I of the people of Flonda and -. .- ,.. ,
the Elkland Journal. At the same 1'01taxl's\ of 6675.50 into the the recipient rate of those receiving "- 4 H ._ .._, __ -. ',. t

time, she was the Elkland cor D. B. White Named ,fund., public assistance through the

respondent for the two Elmira I'' ;i This does not include all woik- State Welfare Department RevS. LUBRICATION POLISH
Santa Fe Phone Mgr. .
r daily papers. ers or all wage-income in the I E. Sparks, who is District 5: f
That was before she and her county for only those employer Board Member, said this; week AndWASH
i
D. B. White a retired telephone ;
husband, William, a cabinet I I j who employ flight or more workers I Florida's per capita buying
man with 45 years of experience "
maker who works in Gainesvillehad in the business took :j are liable under the Act; noi I income ranges from a low of $267 JOB JOB
a son, which more or less cur I does it include wages in excess of : in Holmes county to a high of
over last week as manager of the .
tailed her activity with the news Santa Fe Telephone Co. } $3.000 to individual woikers. It $1.787 in Hendry. That is reflected

paper work. White replaces W. C. Shelter ':1 is estimated that about 50 percent Rev. Sparks said in the wide

After residing in Pennsylvaniathe who was called back into essentia1 I I, of the Florida work force of 'I variation in the number receiving $1.75 $ $
Hammond's moved to Mary civilian industry. Shelton was residence -': some R50.000' is covered by unemployment assistance throughout the state. L 7

land for 12 years, then to Virginiafor engineer for a while. and insurance.The ,; : In one county with a high purchasing .

a year, and finally made the then moved into the manager' I I taxable state payroll under power only 20 out 1 B'D I

big step to Florida, where they position about 10 weeks ago. He Unemployment Compensation for of each 1.000 population
resided in Theressa on Rt. 1 for a is working with the U. S. Navyin 'I 1931; was more than a billion dol. are getting assistance through

year. i i I a civilian capacity a* an electronics Mars, with tax payments! of almost the Welfare DepartmentIn .- .. .. ,. ,
Come this January. the Ham specialist. He left the jot I nyie million dollars. Payment another county with a low purchasing .- -,-'. ,. -.- -. ..'". .<-..
mond's will have been located ir.i]I in Melrose Aug. 30. from the reserve fund totaled six power a rate of ILL:> per
r I I I
Hampton for two years. I I White will work with a Rura' I and a half million dollars. Alt 1.000 population shows 1111 the TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T

The Hammond's have two {'hil'l Electrification Administration representative :, surplus goes into the reserve fund welfare rolls.
dren. Willow Ruth 12, and a from Washington fora The average recipient I iat, per
of future
I to tike care unemployment
DISCOUNTS
son 36 who lives on Lake Crysta' hunted period becoming familiar 1.000 poulation throughout thestate ON TIRES TUBES
As of Dec :31. 11-.1: thi b"
with his wife and three children. with governments pro is 46. while the aveiaee per ,
And Mrs. Hammond makes sure l'eJurl's. resei\e 1 totaled $77.311.11\\.1:: capita buying incom.is <1 mill! i)

she gets all the news in Hampton I "The study recently made b\'

Every Monday morning she begin i the Welfare Department! -h- \ BATTERIES & ALL ACCESSORIES J-V! $
a house! to house trek around the I that where people have nu ome n<
little community just six mile! Starke Businessman Builds Children'sPlayground furnish their own needs they din l t

south of StarkP. And by sundown turn to the department fur :aststnnre ''rO<- ___. _
she usually has banged on every ; but where inrnm.n n>t a =

door finding out what has. been I On Own Time Money nough to provide basic 'ivin 1 i

going on during the past week. needs they do seek help tn-in 1 t in! DISCOUNT C DISCOUNT
l mil C
.
That, in journalistlingo, i ir state. Rev Sparks pointed
i th 'II yi ; two basketball hoard Bradford Count .t h.
coverage. I Little children living in swing- Here in PER GAL. ON PER QUART ON
i i I South Starke section have a near '.Mth nets, two see-saws two revolving -'rate per 1 .fto population settim.
lv-completed I playground all of assistance is 101 Latest avail.ibl- '
I GASOLINECall
whirleygigs. and one revolving 01 I L
i their own Thanks to T T. Quigley ; \ : figures show the county's -nnua! p
Quigley, sponsor of the Gospel j apparatus supporting three per capita buying income a
Tabernacle and half owner of the swings. The State'public assistance
Quigley & Davis builders supplyhas The lots offer a small softbal1 I nrogram includes financial aid tithe

put his own time in the con diamond which can be converted needy aged! blind. and depend

struction of a badly needed play- into a football field. lent children:
DEAD 1.; round for the little tots on sevral Mr. Quigley isn't going to stor

LIVESTOCKrot lots west of the funeral home. here, however He said he plan! GOP Abandons Us At YourConvenience
f Beginning about a month ago, to keep on adding to it wheneverhe
FREE REMOVAL OF DEAD this Starke business star-'
man gets a chance.
LIVESTOCK CALL Effort To Get ,
led clearing the land and puttingup Charity starts in the home but
Phone Gainesville 3330 Collect
swings and other recreational! there's no reason why it can't goutide <'
equipment on the property which the home the \\aMi: Oct. 14 BallotFlorida And We Will
I FLORIDA RENDERERS Inc.
H owned by Mrs Alva Ense\ Quigley and :Mrs Ensehave
, Today thf playground has three demonstrated Rppnbln, 1'\" "ib'"idoned )

their efforts t"' p1! i e .M-" Pick-Up

w entry m the special pnm.m: e4' <
, 1 lion called for October 11 to' mint
Your Car DAY OR NIGHT
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i successor to Justin I Km H
,
.
chapman who died in c.ilue after

CHEAP INSURANCE AGAINST being elected last May Ttli.... -. .*. .... ._
Democratic nominee to '.IM i e< d! ./ .- _w.'. ._ .. ---' :;<""- .L''l, _. ,_, ._ < .: << '>- -: :; ',- _--.!2. --::'.'"::
L r himself on the State Supi.m.


jff/Wi0. 'I Court.WVen, Justice Chap'i i'i 'il-d I l SPECIAL \\M d COST MENU *
I' ,(\\. Warren called a spec;" ia'
I Democratic primary to pu'k ,1 new
nominee. State Republican l Ixitiei--
contended that the (;o\ep lor
SEPTEMBER 15th THROUGH OCTOBER
15th
should also have called a K- publican

primary so their paiu coulf1

put up a candidate for the position


o Thi. Governor maintained however EAT OUT ANDWITH

that since the RepubiitAnshad !
named no candidate in the 444
..0
:May primaries the only \' uau.-\

to be filled in the special Vt 14 s |rNf
A'r +
the Dem
was the vacancy in ; ENJOY
: eratjp nominee The Oovernot

was sustained in this opinion b\ L -
4iVv
the Supreme Court :and the R>' 1I

e 1 t publicans have apparet.tiy: !: dropped -
ea'HL'i US rYOURSELF
the matter. ;

\ Only two Democratic' c ir.!1iate,! -. x ;
ti have so far indicated their nit 'n

I tion to take part in the Oft 14 . ... .
I primary. They are E Hat I mI s: .' '" --:_ -'" .__ __. _ .. '. ,.." _' .-'_ --,-=-:;,:.:.=-: ,:;

\ I Drew of West Palm Bl'wl1.: wh

was appointed by Governor Warren
to fill Chapman's un xpireri

!,'n'. and Judge \1I1'nl (;lhhr. of

Do tempers fray :at your house? Do you realize that me Miami THOMAS TRUCKTERMINAL

average "little woman"washes 6 torn of dishes a year?

Do lOU want; to end it all peacefully, hygienically...

and economically: ? Then get her an automatic electric Let Us Thoroughly>

dishwasher now. Did you know electricty is so cheap Wash Your Clothes

now," that a penny will do the dishes for three meals I II
1 t 9 PoundAFor
for an avenge Florida family?No kidding.//u-otuffrful I

..!i ...better I look into it! 40c!
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"?W.,? EIECTRK1TY DROPS AS FREE leach If Desired!
Ave SUikta
,, : DYING COSTS GO UPI! temple

la the put 20 yin. the U S governments
cou-of-lmag index hu nn toti39 V The rtvene u
due m deems poer. Avenge FPit Co. retenue We Will
o> -
1'per' KWH for home electnoy! u dos a more thia kj'.f
--
1-,. for this period..coaviaaag eviJeoce that"Suaiiun Dry Your Clothes
Serticc' your biggest budget bugiin.FLORIDA .
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v c--I JI For 20cIn
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
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_____________________________________________________________ FRIDAY. SEITEMBEU 19 I't.\.,

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said line: Commence on the Eat line of i a! Station 13--37.85 thence run ;i !- owned by Ida J i
allegations Merrill. of
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NOTICE TO APPEAR otherwise the o ;', of NEU of Section 11, Township North S3: 12' West 50 feet thtme and Taking has ben filed in the Circuit of Florida, will on the 2. I i It r i- f'jrfhrordered th .
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you h of
IB Circuit Court. Bradford County, Complaint will be taken a: confessed ea< y..u. are her t>yuTiimanded 6 SouthlUnge 20 East, at a run North 33 24' West 13.6: :! feet. to day of September, A I'. 19.12. at 2ocloik ii t.i l'ril'ih-d! ome f.i
Florida IB Canery.Mcta by you. 370.2 feet South if Northeastcorner Ih.cf run North 45 5 \\'i-st !10 I appear I the en er. the acquiring author.ty; of these in the afternoon thereof 'n for font w.tkprior to U,
shall be publishedonce point titled t in the :: of .
day
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ftallagher, Plaintiff vs. John This IOtl'e 'Ur. 1lh proceeding- .f th taking ..e thtai..ve On uit i Court Chambers I' :,!. .
radfi.nl
each for four COIit'uti'eI of said Section II. then- feet, thence run North 73 36Veit O I t.it.er, ut! :..', tnh"v' what rght.: d.ri, .. in County in 'ounly 1t :
J. Gallagher Defendant. wttk Tele run North East 2S70 feet to the 72 feet to the South of SEU ofSEU t land- for the pur- Court Hou.-e at Oamesville, Florida, a ilulv iiiiifitd| ntvt 5p.tI.li.h .
No. 5244 weeks in the Bradford County :.1' 11. tlll. :tr."r Y"U. or an\ set form
Case 1"1 po.-t the Pititi
in
I a cun'conca,'e to the of SEU of 2. Township .. ha\e <>n in this n-nMder said I'e< laration of Tak 1 i in Bradford County I
otlr. .. To graph. beginning ecll.n \11 I in and to any of the i.ui>. \iz a i :.ght ,.C lran- .
App ar. this day of September, '.jsouthea-t I having a radius of 6 South. Range 20 East. theme" run following 1 I de-iiil.e-d and \\.IY. ing. a|>pot-it appraisers ai d make j Wttn> '.s inv hand and tlaid .
Dated
To: John J. Callagher. whose residence 1 163702 feet thence run Northeasterly North 7536' West 249 feet to a sho,1..- \i h property) "j" ilitoheand 1o.rr.,\\ pits fora -in h order athe Couit deems !- Court th10th day u': -
and address Iii Unknown. 1952.OFFICIAL. i said curve 13210 : b. am.h.ull p..r..f S'.ne Koail SJanil;;: ploper. her, A I>. l''i-.
SEAL) A. J. Thomas.I along fee point designated thlr..n as tali"l not be 1.lh'n f..r llie u.- "
Stat
that purposes Kuad .
notified a ( i:
You are hereby Circuit Court.By through a central angle of 4 : 6tl., the end ofjiid enur- s. t forth t'le' '' in lr.H..t t 'oiint\ All parties to the suit and all tt'F'i"iCIALY$ I \ 1i
of the
dllh in f.ltilher.
Clerk .
Divorce has been I II .ill"1 F1"II.I. that .
suit for A H. Murphr
tied line of State line pait.rini.'tM'd i'iav and U. '
Deputy clerk. to a point on survey ; containing .2S a<- more or in ant app< ar h. : !II
against you In the above Marian L. Cru.by, .e. .n. th- Judge.f the Cir- i"I Ii .titl !t. .
a" ; aiul ti l
Hint
I S>"'tion :2'I :2. ,1f less. i'l.oe i ri
lu }:. llnat.d
41 I that l > '! : I
9/12 laraT--n
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ed Court and cause and you are required : -- T.-KF:OT1"F alt in he Eiehth Judicial! iTTl.iT'' ll '
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I or pleading to the complaint NOTICE TO APPEAR Proposed Cotistitutional Amendments To Be Voted On Nos'eniljer 4th. H'5' -- \\1
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01 the Plalntf's Attorney, In Clr..ul ( .url. Bradford .

T Frank l.ndrum. ., Florida. .'I.rldnl In ('hn..r,Plaintiff, vs I: Y- NOTICE Of ELECTION Ipaflon certificates I h ren aut'ior-! i tonal offices rf Justice hereby created provide by e'.rl oriwii.il 1 l.iw I r So 5 -- | ssld county Is p't.r'itr.l i"u s e'
and fie the original in the office William E. Thompson 'vvTIL'KKA.S. The Legislature of 1951. Ized. a .1 or a term extending only to the first manner in whuh any Iunln afon > I tho C.'iirt of l;. i he -
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(.f tht Clerk of the Circuit Court 1: Kose Marie Thompson. DefendantI No. 362 I II under the Constitution "t IW. rf the ((2):! To establish and ma-ntaln a Tuesday after the first Monday In I its own charter Any i..\1\' I'h.ar''r SFVATR JOINT III.:'.OLITION NO 7 1.'a t'outitv 1 I. .. i- .'

on c.r before. the 29 day of September I "State of Florida did pays Joint Resolutions sinking fund or funds to future !' January following the next succeeding may desljrniv the na "...r the coi.nt I .A Jo'Mt II M'lut - lTi2.! : otherwise the aUtgal"n- '.cl..f To .Aiipenr.I proposing amendments to theConstitution requirements for debt service me.,t I I Itnfrl rlfI!n. A successor to each regulate the .. iluties and un-- ,'I \- ,en.hrait| T.I Art i la V Of TIe! Ci t, .- l.,-. ,. 3J 't.
or I 10r.
whisereside'ir reserves i
of fail Cumplalnt will be taken a!I .- Hose Iar. Thompson is 1S32: of the State of Florida, therefor on bonds or motor vehicle I I I adeition1 Justice shall be elected diction of l"'I'of., PI" and| i I Utitiit. n Of The S"ita Of Florida By Circuit Jiniee d of.
notice fhall lie published ,' address : and the same were arreed to hv a tax anticipation 'certificates issued the qualified electors of the designate their ternis. antI > '!M"itr A New Section Thereto To Be until the time :i o femur .. -

once each week for four consecutive !' North 4' th Avmue Omaha. Nebraka. -- cf three-fifth of all the members\014 on behalf of the Board nf Public- State at the times and places of voting jurisdiction and ra.prot'de the manner \'tn'h.red Bv The Seret: Tr Of State. Juilire of t'-e r, 'n n '

weeks in the Bradford County I elected to each house: that the votes Instruction nf such county under the for m"mhlr of the Legislature. at tle of their selection and compensation. I i Itel.it s- Th<.' shmg The Office Of for Fscambu Telegraph You are hereby notified that a next succeeding general election! that Countv Sol! i for In Hade Countv Florill. .
t-n said Joint Resolutions! enter'l authority hereof, whenever the State following pr\iefd. hnwl\fr. n" erich charter ;I such add-t t. _H it <>
Dated this 27 day of August. 19:2OFFICIAl. suit fir upon their respective Journal 1'.rf with Board shall deem It ad- such appointment on. of shall Impair the powers and juris. Anrf t''* Hut es Of T: e State Attorney cult Court of 1 c tvb

( SEAL) A. J. Thomas I j Divorce, and custody and control I ,1h" veas and nays thereon. and they visable, and In such necessary amounts or and whom shall be elected! for a t.r of diction of any tnur created bv the Of I>ade ( orinty. forth And selected in the pan:. inner i <

Clerk of the Circuit Court of minor child tu d.ftI.J-1 lid determine and direct that t>> ,, under such terms and conditions as twoIar! one for a term nf four Constitution or Judge or 'ud"f1 His A s. t-int State Attorney nd The other Circuit Juilgra art *.e. te 1 i'

J" Marian L. Crotby. Deputy Clerk I. ant *Joint Resolutions he submitted to. the Ii the State Board shall In Its discretion vears.! and ere for a term nf six years Ih"rlof. or the County Hard (.f Public Appointment of !uoh Assistant State cept that if selected bv "lertl-r ,

8/29 4 9/1 has been filed against you in the I II *li ctnrs of the State at the funeral determine. j Thereafter the luceler.r to each such Instruction. Ne cunty ."artfr shall AttTpevs And Special In\ -s it!>tors. shall he selected bv the guiltier) cc

{ above named Cour and cause and I Section Voember 4th. T".? (3) To distribute annually to the additional Justice "hal be elected! for affect the levy Imposition or collectionnf And For The Enactment Of Enabling tort of Efcambia County. H- sti.! !' .
\OTICK TO APPEARIn serve a copy of Now term r.f six i r any taxes prescribed by law StatutesBE sid In K'cambia County sod he '
j you are I. R A. T. several Boards of Pnhlic Instruction of 1 Vt: .n.rl rl <
Clrrolt Court, Bradford County, I your answer or pleading to the I Secretary THFRFFORF.lat. Ih.R'ate of rn Flor- the counties for use In payment r.f 'c) Kxcert ss provided In snhser.tinn I for state purposes. The Legislature may UTrttK IT RE=m VPn HT THR T.EGTS- within such county have all the r u

Florida! In Cham-err. complaint on the I'lalntff'l I ida do hereby five rtntlr* tbit a debt service on bonds htietofore or (b> hereof. snob Justice of the ulhorizf the adoption of rhartn by FlORIDA OF THE STATE Of era and perform ail the duties '> ,

Lorraine Ford. Plaintf. vs. William Attorney, !, Jr. I GENERAL ELECTION hereafter 1 Issued by any such Board Supreme Court shall be elected for a th.several Inuntf'at a Trrar. general That tire or may h* provide or prmcr '

I'ord. Macclenny, Florida, will t>. h.li in each county In florida where the proceeds r.f the bonds were six-venr term bv the nualified electors or F..I:1 fl \ (hart.rl of Article V of the Constitution hv the Constitution nr by Statute nt l
Case No .9349 original in the office of the State the times may b allfr.d or amende-1 onlv by the Stat* of Florida t.. amended all statutes
and file the fin Tuesday next .1.t..d''"? t' first used nr are to be used 'n the construction at and the hv concerning Circuit ji.Ig. s
!V.tlee T.pprr.. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I Ijifondar in November A. E-, 1952. the acquIsition Improvement places r r'olin for m.mler of the method hv which they were adopted. to adding b nn additional section thereto shall apply to him H* shill held f

To: William. Ford whose residence !- or before the said TU"'Ihv being the enlargement, furnishing. T equipping T.frilIlurt at the 'nlrl .I.rto. nntw'fhstand'nir inv other provision "f State* numbered by the Secretary fire for six IK\ years ind! 'hail rei e ,1

and address is: Unknown. 1 day of October, 1952; I FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER I of capital outlay projects In such next prl.dnl the etnirst'on .1.t of this Constitution.Vo. agreed to, and and shall the same Ke Is hereby the came salary anl all|winces! f r
submitted
You are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegation of said for the ratification nr rejection of th. countv. lne which "capital outlay pro- term eu. "Cri,: "rn\-ilpr. th" the electors of tn expenses as other Circuit Judges iEscambla
the Stata of FlorIda
'.aid the of a vacancy In the rtticfnf 4 County hut the
pelt for be taken as Joint Resolution >rr>no ine jects n bv the Boardof f\.nl for same p"lt
Divorce Complaint by \i C.I-I t menlm"nl. tn the Constitution of Public In ap"ro\1 of the county any Justice and there be "' nnetP'red HOUPR JII'R t-' .u-nov O. r.s ratification election nr his rejection at the reneral ba paid hv the County of Fscarrt i
fessed you. to held
has been filed against you In the I This notice shall be published I te of Florlil.i. vli: pursuant to I survey I surveys conducted term the successor shaM h, A Resolution Promising An Tuesday after the on the first out of the general r yn'-n of o-'l
first In
Monday
Court and cause and elected only for the balance of theUnexpired Amendment Tn county. unless and until the leclslx-
above namfd each week for tour consecu- j subsequent to July 1. 1947 In Ar"rl.V Of The Constitution November 1952. as follow-
required to serve a copy of once County' i--- the county under ree-ulatlons term. Of The Stat of tore provide otherwise by law. Trr---
you are weeks in the Bradford No. 1'NATB prescribed Florida Bv Section On and
the I live Section S ..Tudeesnua fc! tlnns No after J-iIv 1 shall b* an arldltinnni official f
your answer or pleading to II III by the Rfate( Board to determine : Adding Thereto An Additional' Section ict. the State -t
complaint on the Plaintiff's Telegraph.Dated this 11 day of September .JOINT P.ESOLT'TION NO. the capital outlay needs of the person shill ever be ,""Int.r or elected To. Be Numbered B.- The Secretary O'o F.levn Judici-'l Circuit Attorney In and nf the for Reporter nf th.* CircMit Court rf I -
I 106i A Justice of the cambm County ml te, r1,
Attorney T Frank La nil rum.Starke county. I Court. ite Providing For *n Additional! Rid official r
Florida U5: ) A. J. Thomas. I I i* A .JOINT RESOLUTION TVopnsIn The State Board shall have rower nr Judge nf a Circuit Court or Criminal Circuit Judge For The Second Judicial nrnsecut'ount Florida shill h the Reporter of the Court nf Record In s' l
SEAL
attorney nf
and file the original In the office of IlU.ICIH. of the Circuit Court. an Amendment to Article \n of theitat.t at the time of I "ulnlf of Inv bonds Court who i Is not nt least twe" v-five C'rctiit Fmhr8Ii"1 The State Canltal Court of Pecnrd and the Criminal for Esr.imhia County hoMm* pitch Tsitlnn
h Court of
the Clerk of the Ocuit Court onor Crosby. Deputy Clerk I Constitution bv adding theretoSection by any Board nf Public Instructionto year nf I!' citlren and resident r To ". The Disposition Of A Crimes! of Pi, Coiipfyani* the r.f. at the Im-i; of the tsklne e.'
before the I I By Marian I. 9/12 4t It -: IS. Pmvirllnfr That Part Of covenant and aeree with such Florida And an attorney of law duly f.irge Volume Of Ttieat-nn Invoking fire of County Solicitor, the feet nf th's mn.lment shall ke.-ri" e
I The Revenue Derived From The Licensing Board as to the rank and priority of 1.1 to r-r-jrtice In Florldi. The State. or Officer Thereof. H.. of Assistant and position such idd'tion OffiCial Court Hetmrter

( day of Oct,1tr. 1)32; of said -. Of The Eighth j of Motor Vehicles' Shall Be payments to he made for different !.. 4 Supreme Court; Ononmv: To\'frl Anr Duties. And Further Pro Pails County shill Couptv Solicitor In of said Circuit Cnurt and IT- '
<>therwit alt.atwn" ;n The Circuit .ur. TIsed For Capital Outlay and Debt I lsuts rf bonds under this Subsection Division: Chef Selection. \ The By Tlle stund bol'sVd inA and untes* otherwise provi-led hv !Im
j Juste Appointment
Complaint will tal"n conftbsd Judicial ('Irui Bradford Count; Service School 1m'"o". and Pre.fcriblng i (I). and may further agree that tiny Powers and Duties Governor And Confirmation Bv TI'. terminated, ind thereafter. the Stat ill statntcB concerning th5 ,,'< |
.. Attorney
7'J.V snd his
by you.ThIR Florida. Law N. The fllhod Distribution! amounts to he distributed under this (a) A rmlnrlty of the Justices nf the cenat Of The First Assistant State Attorneys Circuit Court Reporter shall applv to
notice shall tt published BRADFORD COfXTY. a political 'And r-e Thereof. uh (3) may be pledeed for the Supreme rvinr* shp rnn titi quorum Jll'l<"e. At" ".. 1." ,.iv' !w1 I'ir"i under his direction, shall per him.

tnt each week for consecutive subdivision of the State of Fliriit.I'ctjtjifl'r BB IT RESOTA'Fn T>T TTTF T.rGTf business.e 1. .. BE IT.REFnl.\'rn Tiy.Tim.1.T ) 'ter the Plr t Tuesday after t)"
wuk" in the Bradford County Tele- Dorothy Hall, et al. i \Trp.K (! T FrT heretofore performed by the First Monday In *
v> OF THE STATE OF Board nf Public Ins'ructlrn snd for ,.nt ns hereinafter provided In this Tt'RF County Solicitor .Tmuar/ ti fn I
emph. i iI FTOP.IDA- section FI ST.\TF PenrVng Information until rtherwin nrnvi>. I .
Defendants I Ij the rank priority r.f such iiw j.
Dated this 3 day of September j I NOTICE OK III I.E NISI : That the following ""pi1ment to Any huh Inl cnvenints or a rl' J1.d2' (M >11 rases Jnvolvlns rsnttal p'inIshment. nRIA: 1. following smenrlmenf f'V Cn-irf tn th n' Criminal Court of Ttecorrlor >Hr-;hle optv to Uk .... i ntx t'
1H2. | iiuiuent Proceeding XII nf the Stats nr the Article V Ppn-es hall n"t he irval..hi' ::.I"'f Of : lolull I rtrl. Crnstitutlnn the .Cfjte Board may be enforced bv dft.r"natio. nf a of the Ci\o.til'I'I. nf the ". <1 lor hv. irl the State Attorney coT 1
Dated this 6 day of August. 1J52. thereto Section IS, provid any holders nf such bonds In any State nr Federal cnnstiftinpil question Stnt of Florirfi hv a.ltl thereto in"ililitionil ,,r i.'e .\c<- etort Stito for F.-tnh'i '' > irf pr
(OI-F1CIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.Clerk i IN THE NAME AND BY TiE ,II ing that part of the revenue derived court nf oomnetent lurisdictlon. wherein shall he. brnneht Into section to numbered h11" \' im-ni'i1 t"ft'rm't'onc Attorneys, mivfi'e 'r05v'cuitlng .uc. ,9 Ci,.,',

ft the Circuit Court. I 1 AVTHORITY OF THE STATE1 I from the licensing nf motor vehiclesfhsll M) To citrihl'l. nnnuallv to thesevnl controversy the .nnotihlt."lt. cf I (..rlt"r.r.f Sfif*.h| noo .-> In ttv'y such Court In and f. r I. 'I' *." '
T
The <-
t ry .
Iy: Marian L < 'n.--L)'. Deputy Clerk I (-.1" FLORIDA be u.t f.->r capital 01t:1 and : Public Instruction federal or Stnt "I".t. rilf. <-uli- 'hal he subm'tteil t>> the electors nf It.,ire miv r.r-'t M. for AScIctant* Florida for cIT rr1" lr ,'i"it
9/5 9/26 MAY CON- debt school nf the ". p-"inici"1 rrdinanro chili he State of ca.t"i cisc b0 'I
4 TO ALL WHOM IT ( plrM"" pre- counties for the payment nf the ton Floridi for jinnrnvT) or t. iv' t t"'nc' 'nil 'necii invest"to
I CERN AND to all persons. anti f cribing the method r.f distribution ami cost nf the construction scqulsit'onImprovement ; ." ', .-111 and . C.it-nu

NOTH K TO APPEUl parties having or claiming any I use thereof. I Is hereby Aen.i to an"1 rnlarllIlnf fiirnishinf.or chief Justice and not less than s'. to- be held in November of the year Cnun'v who h.i'! he tpnointed hv Vie ->nd there shall he no other nr't

In Clrralt Court. Bradford Counts right, title Interest, estate mortgage Fhal be "ulmUI.i to II.cor nf equipping lanital protectsfor other Justires nf thy Court designated \'> ". ns followssertion ct.ito At'r>rnev in-' sworn 1" by the "g off rer for s-jld Circuit Court >

Florida: lu Chancery. I or other liens to or on those tht Iat. ritficatl"n! oreiec.- school purposes in pitch conntv :* bv him: and a lioi.-empnt rnnlurrli 1 There shill alwi-rs ho an court, an-1 si.rv Assistant Stu At- I-Vcimh'i Counfv. jtnd thereafter F.M
Ethel Stuart Plaintiff. vs. James certain parcels of land hereinafter I lon itt tl nejt general election to shill be remiested bv resolution of ,In ha maloritv nf the Justice; 'onslderinr itliit'onil C'rrnit Judg fr the Secnd trnv'vshall work under the r1-e"tlo" ite Attorney han boll office nt'i'

Stuart. Defendant. I described and th" be held l92. fls fallows- the County Board nf Public Instruction the r-cA ehal be the jidge- Ju, ''ci'l Circuit emhnring the- of the Cfi* A'tnrnev anti shall| hive the I'm' at which h's term as So'i '

Case No. 9339 I sons together with folowinJ 1..r-1 SECTION IS (a) ThaI h" Jan- nf much Iounlv. meat nf thA (' State Cnnitn'. In addition to the ftmthnntv to ito ar perform anvofffci.il tilt nf the Court of R rord li dn." '"

To i claiming by through or ':uy 1. 19S3. and for thirty ln"I"1(.10) x-ears (5> When all ma lor capital outlay (c) i other cases may' h,rnnstdered other ludges anfhorlred hv this rv>n- act that the Stat Atlor.'ee EsrirchH Counfv expire There-.''
Aollre Appear.To
James Stuart whose residence der persona known persons who are dead, or I th.i.aflr. the first proceeds cf the needs nf 1 county have been met asdetermined nnd fI.rmi".i bv a division nf 'tiit'on. to assist fn the diposit'onif r i-iy cVmrl perform It shall h* the such Stat Attorney nrnl h* selerti'n
I : I derived bv the State Board on Ihf Court ronfisli.1! .t not less than a large volume nf litigation fnvolvInr duty of the Mm mmner and fir te nrrerm -
Palo to In dead or from th" tie sid| Rti" Attorney
Columbia known ; con
and address 1,: 2302 who are not I I of motor vehicles to the \lpnnJ the basis r.f 1 survey made pursuant 'three Justices and the Jnder-ment n' the state or nffirer tl rof who -iirent'y with the Sheriff nfonntv t'.4 ->s the Solicitor nf the Court n'

-Altn" r-alifnrnla.- alive: ., n.l- to regulations the State Boa' d and Tnnlnrlfv' r.f ,,". 0..1 j4I,.,.iAn ti4ll shall b* appointed hv the Governor Record In and for Fsoimbln fVttntv I I.
------ .... essarv to comnlv the nf r" < fo enforce nil s fl-c rrtlaws ,'
provisionsrf
You are hereby notified that a Jviamen auur. *"'; ,. "il be the ;; ; in'l confirmed! hv now selected ,
a.a this unproved bv the State Board all such tuiigemnent nf the Court. the Pent to serve cent thft If nelertolhv
nf ,
suit for divorce and restoration of Hal Daytona Beach Florida: Jen I be Impndm.nt shall x" 101..tf,1 funds r.mlnlne shall be distributedannually (d) The Chief Just'c shr01 from til the first Tusd- after the first County end the the State of P'n-ida In ssl pln.-tlnr h, shall ).. selected nv thyn'uallf..d
T.risttir| hr
maiden name has been filed Hall Daytona Beach Florida: tal Outlay( snd Debt In.1sfd for such schoolpurposes time to t'mt tiC selected bv tie Justices Monday In .Tanusrv l'S! His 'ulceespnrthin' itw-i-' miv. elector of PsrumWl Connie
Service act
School or reneral art ensct ohstatutes
p
against you In the above named Leroy Dell Jr. Address Unknown: Fund In the State Treasury. anti useti In such county s* the "nA"nr nf Ih. Supreme Court .."r. \-f elected In the manner provided as sr* v'.v'e-sary to Re shsli roslde In F "smr.f Cotntii"d
Court and cause and you are re- Albert 19161 Ervington for such by law Such ('ir"it itnne. h* hall within surh Conntv
Albrigh only as provided In this Amendment Public Instruction of the county term of n'fire as they 11 .Tnd- pluti! meet ->n.l Hv* *"H f"-c 'nrl effect hi'eII
julrJ to serve a copy of your answer Street. l\ltrult Michigan; Ida J. Such revenue b* distributed shall determine or may be provided dlt.rln. He shall be the Chief hai the earn power, lurisdlction iinrt to this section ef the Constitution. the rower, and perform all t'.e
or pleading to the complainton !lerrlt. u. F. D.. Lake. Butler Flori- II I smong .lal several Bounties enI In- by general law.a 'mlnistratlve officer nf nil Courts n' salary as the other juea cf saId duties that are or rcnv hereafter hfnmvided

the Plaintiff Attorney. lo'dIla" nual. of the number of Instnirtion fd> Canltal outlay projects' nf I the State and If "hll b.hi- rlt'tv to Circuit nr prescribed by the Conntltntlon
,, 30% Clark HuldlnK Section 2S51-% 0 State Boad SI I units In each In slob county shall! be eligible to participate see that the Courts nf No. 9 or hy statute and imtll other ,

yule Florida fe originalIn 229 Bradford County. I year computed B s .nlnt.herein The In the funds .rmlnl under this the State dispatched" promptly I. -- No. 5 srVAn-r rotVT wc-coir-nov VO wise provided hy lw h* shall b* pn'.l

the oUIf of thf Clerk of the Parcel No. 20 Right of Way I amount of the frovliI'revenues derived Amendment 1"1 derived from the proceeds Ihal have the rxrlnsive power to lOUSE .TOIVT A .Toipf R"'l1>-floti T''v'osin| nAmfPrtment hy the County of Escambia In the samemsnner
'
Circuit Court on or before the 29day SUD No 20. I from the of motor venlrles of and motor vehicle fixanticipation ( I.Tudee nf ->nv rourt to sv temporarily A Joint RESOf.UTION: NO 341 To Article VH> O t ThOonstitiitinn and ft fh- same rat* nf com

of September 1952; othuwlsethf That part of the following described 1 to b set uldl\r."slnl each veir end dis certificates and from the us lodge !n a coordinate nr Amendment Resolution Proposing An Of The Sf"t Of florid nsstlon e* the Solicitor! nf the Court

allegations of said Complaintwill land: I II trlbutet I provided herein shall be motor vehicle license taxes only In the Inferior court and I shall b. the State Constitution To Article VII Of The "elat'To Ass's." ent Of Proper- nf record In ani* for r.eemhia Courtvi

be taken as confessed by you. Starting from the Northeast corner eoual In the to order nf priority of needs shown duty of every Judee rbev such .11- An Additional Bv Adding Thereto "or T.iyes 5n4 'rhe ('nll.v4inn] O'Taxes. i now visId and uutii otherwise pro

This notice Ihabe published I of Nk..l of SW% of Section lbs product four Ifn..RI( by a survey or surveys conducted In rectlon unless "Tcn ed br the Chief District Section Creaflnc A Senatorial Hv Adding Thereto Ad.ljtiv'at! vIded bv law h* hil b* Silo wed the

once each week for four consecutive Township '6 South Range 22 : IS.\\ dollars Multlnlled n by hn"tr.e I UM.O num the county under reeul.itions prescribed ( Justice for n'fflclent cause ton Counties! For Bay And Washirg- c rtnns| To Provide Thst Tn r5. sim nsstinfs| and th*> compen

weeks In the Bradford County Tele run West 1102 feet for point of her of Instruction lh' In nil the by the State Board to determine I Section 5 Jurisdiction cf the Supreme BE IT RE' LVP BY TT1F T Bounty Of T..e. State cf Florida f"rCountv tiny and the expenses nf his nf'ire

graph. ginning thence continue West 220 4 I counties of Florida. number of the capital I nutliv needs o' the rOrt. The Spprem Court shll OF EC'CATTRE T-" sses'or Shu'i Asr-ss The hiM h* as wow nr hereafter nrn"'Med
22 of August. 1922. instruction T. county and by the have lurlsdiction THE STATE OF T'ycpprii. Of The f.t bv liw The Stse Attorney nf fie
Dated this day feet to Northwest corner of NEU units In county Tn IlorO'I' State Ipp.lat. In all cass FLORIDA: County To' The Put
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas.Clerk of SWV4 of Section 18, Township 6 I each year for the ( ". this Board: the priority of at en";itv nrlplmtin" In Thrt the fnllowin amendment rv>se f\f T (M-vtnr. Cfat*. Cotisty Crh'ol VtTuudiv'ip', rvn-tt chill fay pi hun

of the Circuit Court' South. Range 2% thence South I Amendment shall h.Turn. greater t nf snrh protects may hti chanced fm""m" ,Circuit' Courts, and rf appeals from Article VII rf the State to And M"nlcpal| T jes 1 evled Bv The Isdictlto| In Vscimlils Conntv sad sh-'l
I
Fry Marian L. Croiby Deputy Clerk I'! 1320 feet along 'last boundary line (1) the number of Instruction units In to time noon the renuest nf the I Ilht Circuit Courts In rases ariinl before by adding thereto section Constitution S Ctsf PAm Co"ntv School Po rflchnn t rc 'd* therein: shall Its ele.'t

8/29 4 9/19 of this XKU of \t'., thence East I each county for the school fiscal ""Ir'' Board of Public Instruction of the Judges of the County Courts In a Senatorial District for Bay creaflnr ] Dstrlc2.; Special TIT School ed In ,.the m>m* manner ns Stat At.

21033 feet. North 1320 feet 1951-52 10mllt.r In the manner here county tint! with the nnnrnval nf the !''matters pertaining to their probatel'irisdictinn Washington Counties Is hereby and pis'rjrts Port Districts r>n'r. TVstrlr 'nra.' of nther Cirriilfsj era selects] I

Ih"'rf anti containIng 1 tofore provided bv general 'State. Boardand provided further ""tl In the management nf to and submitted arreed s And Any Other "uln* D's'rlcts hv the nilflif'ed electors nf the co'inf-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO to point of beginning of- I law, or .r.Rffr number nt In that this Subsection (dl shall not In the estates ( Infants. 'pd In cr>se! the State for to the electors nf A- I Mnlcf>i1ltei| Of The Tn-ntv leii where'n' h* eyrrl...s < irl.dlctlon.
6.33 and in NEU j jViJ (2 tnJ'tn ntiflcMlon
IlECISTEIt: : FICTITIOl S MMENotice acres, lying nr relertlon ipshi" he
units In county for the nrecejlnp any manner affect any covenant .cf conviction of felony In the criminal at the ""hlch Tv O-dlnsnce Pei us., TtftrTxrf a resident thereof
In hereby given that theUndersigned \ of Section 18, Township I school fiscal year computed In the *ereeir>ent. nr ..d I made by the courts and In all criminal rel nri"- follow' general lection In 19li2, as To p. Pn 4ssess.i* And T v'1 fd< There hi1| not h* ls. then

under the provisions! South. Uange 22 East lying wittil manner heretofore or hereafter nm- (tate Board In the Issuance bv "I!'' mating In the Circuit Courts. The "Section t. There Is And Th- The ('tionty TUT 'olltor SIT lt\ ter"
nf Chapter 20.953 Laws. of Florida 50 feet each side of survey Tlded by general law and "State Board of tiny bonds n' motor ,Court shall hive the power to Issue .1 senatorial! district for hereby created 'hiH Collect And Distribute The Said EF"imhl, County In esch vtr to h*

Acts of 1941. will register with the State Uoad S-229, SIto' 2S.Maid I >>.the State Board nf annrn\r vehicle tax anticipation certificates! writs pf mandamus rertlnrarl. prohibition ington Counti Bay and Wash T* TSpr heM at uch tlm*. as may be. prewribed .

Clerk of the Circuit Court In and yrvey line being ( as follows matter railed the State Board nr In connection with t1. |"iice nf quo warrantn habeas corpus. fortIeth (41th n) to b* knrwn as the TT TIESOT.V; ny TTir P trTe: bv the lvglslaturc.C .

for iTadford County, State of Florida : ireginning on the South line Such funds si> distributed snv bonds nf any Public In. and ftlso nil writs necessary nr proper i Nothing herein senatorial district 'Amy-miT, OK THE STATE 011' ( > Tn the ererrl** nf Its Jiirisrtfo."on .

upon receipt of proof of publication of 8\\1. of SK'i of g..t.1 is. 1 administered bv the State, .hal us. tnlrllnt of any cnuntv. to the complete, exercise rf Its Juris thirtv-elht (II!> shall existing disturb senatorial the FT ORIDA; to try mlsderneenors the Circuit

of this lolit. the fictitious Township I South : now created and constituted bv Sec. tel The !tl. n'ro may Invest any diction. Each rf the .Tnstlres !hl districts except that Bay rnd Wash- Th."t 'h* ?fnllow" nmendmept 1o Court nf Kscimhla County shall hav-

name of Motor Company at a point 1820 feetVest of the ton : of Article XII of the ( tl. Inking or funds erupted our have power to 1.Iu. wr'ts r.f incton Counties shall no longer be a Article V"I of the Constitution nf the 'h* power to Kpnofnt rn* nr more nf

under which we are engaged Southeast corner of said Section I IIS of Florida For the riiimoees nf siisnt to this Amendment direct (Corpus tn nov part cf the State upon part of said existing districts A snecl.il state of Florida relative to the ssss.mnt the sevey-pi Jitntlcen nf the Peace of

in business at COO Temple Ave., thence run North 36.40'2S"Vest this Amendment said :I"t.Board. I snow "Migitlons of the United" States nf petition by or nn behalf rf any person election shall b* called and held In end collation of all t'I said Count" for their rsnctlv rlliitricts -

Ktarke, Fla. That the parties Interested 147992 feet to the beginning of a. ;i constituted shall continue as a America( or In the bonds nr motor [ hel In actual custody nd may said fortieth (4dth) senatorial district tha county nf Lee. Sts*. nf Florida, a. Commissioner or Commies

in said business are 1 cure concave to the Southwest, I body corporate during the life of this vehicle tar anticipation certificates ,mae "uth wr'fs returnable before within T" days after the general elec hy addm" thereto i d'tlona sections 'oners who shsl| hive ai'thorltv to tr<-

follows: having a radius of 6729.51 feet ant Amendment and shall have all the matured or to mature '..ue" by the !. nr the Supreme Court nr anv tIn,'. In 9)2 tn elect R enatnr from ti h* mhered hv the Corrarv *- for the smith Circuit Court sail without

Charles Hardy, Starke, Fla., one- a central angle of 5.35; thence run powers provided In this Amendment In (I"t.Board on beh.i'f nf the Board of i.Tustlre thereof c before any Circuit said district The senator 'ecfed from of S'it. he nd the s-irne 's her*. i liirv. upon waiver nf fury triil t*

third interest; Northwesterly along said curve ] addition to ill other constitutional! 1 Public Instruction nf any county ]Judge. the fortieth Mftth) district shall hold hv sereed to snd shr'l h* submitted now prnvMJ by liw any person

55S.33 feet to the end of curve. and .tatutnn flowers related to the (M The Stale Board 'hal hove : The Supreme Court shall have the office from his election for i term to the electors of the State nf Florida Charred with s misdemeanor All drf -

Douglas P. Hardy Hampton, Fla., thence run North 42.I58Vst I purpose of thN Amendment hereto flower to make and ,nfnr(. ri'le ,power to make rules o\rnlre the administratIon endinr nn the first Tuesd'v after the for rMifirBtlon nr r.e'lon at the ndans p.. tried, nr th* State >h">H
one-third Interest; I I foie or hereafter conferred and reeulitlons necessary to the ful' fir't Monday bc.-. ii'. rlrht tn s triil d* novo hv
In "peril
2562.95 feet to the beginning of a upon said nf In the State November. 19'fi; anr> election to h* held on the Fr| *
J E. Hardy, tarke, Fla. one- curve concave to the orth"a"l.I I Board. "xerrtsr nf the powers herein ,rnlt.i and the alurt8 In 11 thereafter 'enaf rs elected from slid Tuesday after the '!rsf Monday in raM Court or the JtMr thereof imnn

third interest. having a radius of 1909.86 feet and (b) The State Hoard BnaH. In addi arfrl no lerlslMIon aha .rf/IIrl' 1( such rnurto The Supreme prorrur. shall district shall hold office for terms of November, 1952. sc followsSectlop written .PPllc!>tlon fl| .i1 1n the office

Dated this 29th day of August a central angle of ; thence run tion to Its other constitutional and render this Amendment n' full force have jurisdiction over the admission! four ears." from nnd after Jin'lirr nf the Clerk nf sid| Court flue an-

A I)., 1952. at t8rk, Bradford Northwesterly 18.4' said statutory have the manare.ment. anti operaticefert from and after to the practice nf law and the discipline L ll4. the county tax jis.ess/ir nolntmept nf it Justice nf the Pear
County. Florida. {urv"I' Jower8. 19r,3.: The Lef'slit"re shill of No. 8JOIVT in the is n Cnmmjsjo-er fls aforessld pha1'h ''
.Rnun county
624.44 feet to the end of supervision of the persons "dmit..t"ctnn nf Lee State nf norMa
8/29 4t { the levies cf said motor m 'de for SUCh term and pouch
proceeds of r.dull 6. upon
9/1 the first shall nil
ni assess for nil
thence run North 3.3PS"Vest part of the revenues Clrtul flOt'SE prnnerfv stat.
i RrcrtrT'TTON VO. *8
: v"hlrl. licence taxes th life rondl lor>s s. epiI| ("-c'uD CA'trt nf FScambla -
derived from rurlnl temporarily R county school
the and mttnlclpnl
10936 feet to the West ofN't. licensing of A Joint Besolullon Prnu'oplnn tasesfn
KOTICE TO APPEAR of said Section 18 at lnf : i motor vehicles provided for In subsec of this Amendment any degrp* elate Justices nf Sunrem.Court. ( Amendment To be levied In the cnuntv bv the state County shall f a ft tn presrrib i
Article VII Of The
I. Circuit Court Bradford County, a point tion which will fail to provide the full and any rnolntrpent rn taade
12196 feet South of Northwest corner fa) hereof. 't State Board shill cult Judges may be called bv State Constitution Bv dd'ng Thereto county county school h> cr4 school
Florida| In Chnneerr.William also have amount necessary to comply with the Chief > may r.* summsrilv rvolrei1 r.y saId
of said Section IS. Containing power for the purpose nf obi Justice for temporary duty r n An Additional Section Creatlne- Senatorial district snecl.il tiT school districts
B. Hope. Plalntt. vs. .2 talnln. funds for the use nf .rvllnn. of this Amendment end nay .the Supreme Court to art In the place District For Monroe port districts, dra'nsr districts and Circuit C nrt for any cnus whatever i iTf
Katherine H. Hope. alrf more or I.sl txlu.llg exist Inv the necessary evpenses of administering County In the futnr the nffic nf .Tnnflces ,
Dtffndant. ing road. I Board nf Public Institution In and stead cf any absent, dlqualt.r BE TT REcOTv-r riT *"'"':' T.EGlo. any nthrr tsxlnr districts, and rmml- *
Case No 9362 j the laws relatlne to the nf th. Peace In Encsmbta Countv phati
I building 11fn"lnl or disabled Justice nr to clpellt'es which by ordinance
constructing alter IATURE request
Ilqulrln. rl\\ OF
To Is own..1 by : Dorothy and nf motor vehicles THE STATE OF h* ahntl.hed then. In ), event, the
J:1 cite
..Ir. \PI.ar. enlarging. Inl 1"1 rlRlt congestion the Court docket: .ro"II- FI.ORIDA: the'r taxes to be so assessed.
Jennie .
To: Katherine R. Hope whose hail.l'areeL or capital tullhlnr. xny law hl\lne nf withdrawing ed that division cf the Circuit Cnurt nf cmhia Coitntv shall
No 45 Uight of Way elulpnlnl JrI1.(! 1 rr'll That the fMJowlnir The legislature "Mil 't the T risls.tlve .
-
ameidment have
residence and address is: Luudon for to 1 Issue proceeds nf pitch motor rot Inlud.more than one such Judee to th power tA unnolnt nnt '0
Temnei-see. Sill No 45. motor( TlrnS"S., anticipation! certi or v.hlll.Keen!* t.iTes from the operation Section Eligibility nf Retired Justices Article VII of the State Cnnsfltutlon Session In Itch and from time to erceed three t It Commissioners from i

You are hereby notified that a The South 40 feet of the Wet ficates and, also to such bonds of this Amendment and shall not and rlr..it Judces In Serve Temnrarlly bv nddlne thereto section R creating the Mm thereafter enact 'aws specifying mon- the members of the Bar of Fseambla -
cult for ins feet of East 315 feet SKH ofSE I or motor vehicle Issu. enact any law Impalr'n or PT"eral'-! Substitute and a senatorial district for Monroe county ppwers function* duties and rnmnensit'on Count After the snnotntT.er.t
>4 of Section 20. Township tificates to tar anticipation cer altering the rlehts rf the holders nf Judges JUUCt Is hereby agreed to and submitted to nf ronnty tex assessor designated and lifirntlon nf fl Commissioner'

has Ih'ortf been filed againvt you in the South. Uange 22 East, except that I bonds or motor pay. vehicle fund or tax refund anticipa In" any bonds or motor ,'phill. tax Int..1."llon (a) Justices rf the Supreme Court the electors nf the State for ratification In the f.rst paragraph nf th's nr ("ommlsslopers nf raM Circuit Court
in I certificates Issued or reiertinn at the general election section, and shall likewise provide by all warrants for the arrest of >
above named Court and and part existing road. Containing tion certificates theretofore Issued bv and Judees of the Circuit Courts who rrsncharrd
l8UFf to this Amendment alterlne !- In 1952. as follows: law for the extension on the ussess with a ,"s4meenr shall ha
you are required to fn't a copy of 0.14 acre, more or less. said State Board. All such bonds shall nr Im.alrlnt nr have retired with (nm"ln."ton maYbe meat roll r.f the .
county
tat r.f .
your answer or pleading to the owned by: Albert Albright I bear Interest at not four tiny covenant cr agreement n' called by the for "Section 6 There 1s hereby created assessor. made returnable bef-'r* a Commissioner
complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney. Parcel No. 24 Bight of Way : (4) per centum per annum nr"edinl and shallmature i the State Board, us provided In "ch ttmJrr duty on the u.r."t JUtt. (V senatorial district for Monroe county all taxes- levied hy the elt. rn, ntv.count' nf pull Court s.'l unless a t>.eilmInanr I'

Stephen P. Smith Jr. SUD No. 2 I serially In annual bonds nr motor vehicle tax anticipation the slice and stead nf Inv to I.* known as the thlrtv-nlnth (S9th) special school ta C school board districts chool port districts dls.trlcts. ., hearing before s committlnc-

1110 C.raham Building, Jackson That : of the d"-I ( not more Inhlmenteomm.nclnl Ihr. certificates. absent dilualfl' or dr abled Justice senatorial district. Notnlrg herein Af'rinef magistrate r* requested by tl per' n
dlgtrlc's, nnd other
ville. Florida scribed land: years from the dttn of I Issuance thereof The State Board shall have powerto nr help \'" congestion nf shall disturb the thirty-eight (.'.<) ex- latin districts smv arrested pursuant to any such wir-

and file the original In the office Starting from the Northwest corner sod ending not later than January 1. appoint such persons and fix their the Court docketrroxided Ihs a di- Ming senatorial districts except that tires mie j he nd issessed mnnlclmliwhnse by th. mint the triil shall h* hid before it .

(>f the Clerk of the Circuit Courton of Section 18, Township> 6 South. 198J. and each annual Installment i compensation for the administration TI"lonf the Court hal not -lude Monroe county shall no longer be a county tax fi.aet.n.flhuruusus to the Commissioner S. *"'n aft-r the 'fl'e'

or before the Range 22 Ea -t. run South 1760 f.>et I| hall not b. less than M> per ."ntll of the pm\siors! (.f this Amendment mor. than one such cr #.d", part r.f raid existing districts. A fir-t pirajrraph of this section 'p may *'e ejrperl'ent The firc'i"
nf the total as It shall deem While en duty with the special election shall be called' and Court nf Hucambia r-ounfy shall hi' *
13 day (.f October 1952; for point of Beginning th.nl'f continue amount nf the t. ne. All np..an. temporary Section From and after .Tanuarv -
such motor vehicle and the expenses of the State Board In Court such justice nr .Tudpe held In said thirty-ninth (39tW senatorial the rlrht to nresrrlh rf court rule. I
otherwise the allegations of said South *S feet, thence East : tit anticipation :1"rlm. 1. lQ4. the coun'y tax r-Hector ,
Complaint will l.t taken as confessed 1320 feet thence North SC9 3 feet certificates !hll bear Interest at not administering the provisions cf this .tlf same powers and Jurisdiction district within TS days after In the County of T.e Pt"e of Florida the procedure before such "ommisp -
Amendment the general election In 1952 "to elect er and where M Comm'sslnner pair st
shall be referred
exceeding (n prorated among respect to matters -
centum
Ilh.n'f"t : feet Point fnlr per per
by to i iof .lh shall cnMct
niltrt
you. levied In the .
1317.:1 a senator from end the In which each rf h
said district st
the various The manner
annum and shall counties end paid out of to for consideration! as an senator
notice "e published in W' of matlra prior to January -
This lying
Beginning and j jNW'i count by the ste. ronntv coiipfy
Fbal I elected hi.
the proceeds nf the bonds Court from the thirty-ninth Commleslnpers frinsmlt r
active rf
1. 19S3 Stst nr motor the Supreme
four consecutive Board shill
week
each : of Section IS. 1f .u"tlr. school hoard.srlo.l (
once Township distrIct, medal
vehicle M9th) district chat! hold rfflce from cords and Juements to the PlerU f
tax anticipation b) Court
(
the Supreme
In the Bradford Telegraph 22 I 11\4 power to determine all other de (frtkltf' cr JIlir. /r
weeks County South. Uange East lying within tax school Is'tictu port oltrlcts.drainage .
his election for and s'lowmces
enr'ir aid Court Th*
nf said bonds from the funds distributable to and Judees nf Circuit. Courts who a term on the cnnipnsatlon -
nr n.r.tnr .
50 f.f each side of survey line of J i "hll. .at1 f. first Tuesday after the fir r Monday districts rtnd an. other taxIng nf puu-h Comrplsslopers >' i'i
tax anticipation certificate! county on the basis as such have retired compensation! mavbe
.lml
Dated this & day of q'lfmbe. load S-229.: 8.tl.n 251.aid at public sila after nnhlic In"advertisement motor vehicle license tnies are distributable called bv 1.ih Chief Justice fortemporary In November. 1956- and thereafter senators districts and .nvmlrlnsMtles.. whose h* fixed l>y the lee-'slat" end r- '
1952. survey line being described as follows I or exchange saM bonds motor to the various countiesunder In a Circuit Court to elected from said <1-strirt shall taxs may h* n' e sed pv the co"ntvtix h* pair hv K rmh'i Conntv, Ti.-

(OFFICIAL REAL) A J. 'fn."a". : Beginning on the South Inn- vehicle tai anticipation ccrtlflrit"or the provisions (.f this Amendment act In the cut and stead cf tiny ab"fnt hold off.ce for terms of f ur > eara assessor pnrsua-t to the f ntf terms of nf'ir nf such Cnupvuils.l'nersshall
Clerk of the Circuit Court of SW'. of SK1of Section IS par*rraph of the preceding section
be f'xe-l by the lerlslatureff
Interest
tinon such terms and conditions nr profit on sinking squalifled: r.r 1ud l' Marian L Crosby l.nuI.f'l.rk .1 Township 6 South. Uange 22 Ka,t. the State Board chili provide. I fund Inv".lm.nt shall accrue to the"untl' hlln relieve congestion dabl.1 of the Court No. 7 hereof > T'nnn the tlHnr effect r.f fh's
9. 1. 4t 10:3OTU't The legislature shall! if the T lsls-
at ISO feetVest of Soutnea nf the Coiir'nf
a point Amendment th- recnr< n
The R,'ard to their respec docket While temporary -
also hare nn pursuant
HOUSE *
tatl nower .rn.ortnn dut JOINT RFSOU'TTOV NO. S9 '
191 ties Session of 1 ,.1 arid from to
[ corner of said Section I tire Record nf FscsmWa County ehI I
I 11.I to pled : TU.Itan time thereafter sneclfvlne-
thence run North 36.40'S".1 I funds. em--t laws h* dellyererl nv the then Clerk of la 'tCottrf
of Interest Circuit shall have the same
such bondsr (
irrlncipal !Ini on Amendment To Article VIII Of The .
Bradford 'I
County Jurj'
I. Circuit Court. the functions duties and C
1479 2 feet to the beginning of powr to the Clerk of the Circuit |f
aj motor tax s an active.Tu.lgect
I anticipation
vhlrl. cer- rwr 1url.lt'o" I Constitution Of The State '< Florida
riorldai In Chancery.Siebert nf
compensation co-ir.tv tar collector shall br<.r.
Conntv who -
of Escin bla
the
curve I'onl'ato pJIfloates. Including No. 2 to which t.e
C Fischer. Plaintiff, \s. outhwtSI'1 refunding bonds or the Court ba Relative To Acsepmpn' Of Property
designated in the first ptirqranh of
i of the tM is-
having a radius of 5729 5S the official custodian
irefundlne- motor tat anticipa been ign"d. For Taxes
Defendant.Case. ano vehicle, COMMiTTEE SrB t'lra I'illb.r. No. 9355 a central angle I of 533'; th.nl. run tion certificates all or any nat from RESOLUTION NO 290 (I) No retired Justice nr Circuit! Section To Provide That In corfln.ft.
I! JOT for the collection, care, cii'tody. r- ( TM pnen4upent hall i e
Northwesterly along !ail I'un. {the anticipated revenues tn An Judge shall be required to serve without The County Of Monroe. State nf
".11.- To Appe.r. "! c.rh..d PfOeinJ Amendment To ."rtkl. pot 35S.33
.
feet to the end curve.tee ,Trom the licensing of motor vlhl. V Constitution Of Florida his consent Florida. The County Tat A.eur hallApseS'
residence -
To- Clara collected by the county Ur collector.No. 'h date of th. adlourn" "'
Filehlr. 'h"'t following *
'b 4.a's" West 2582.'. for In this
; > Amer.dment and
and address is. : JTrovlded Relating Tn The Judicial Department; Sect'nn' t ClerkS Marshal- Librarian.! The Property Of The County die of the u'e"ilar session 'f *
are hereby lnknon.ou a feet to the beginning of a curvr- I ,ntfr Into any covenants and other Repealing Sections Two <2), Three (It, The Supreme Court shall appoint a For The Purpose Of Levying State mine nf it'd. und l i' "

suit for divorce has been filed concave to the Northeast ha\'in" "I j Agreement with the hol"Ir of such Four (4) Five (5) Six (6). Seven (7) Clerk who be the reporter forth County, School And Municipal Taxes 10 T..glslatuire effect liirltdlctlon of upon all n-j'te-s
radius of 1909.S6 feet and a central nnd or motor vehicle tu anticipa Eight ( "hal Levied By The State County Inr
in the above named i Si. Forty-Four (44) and Forty- Court fnd perform pitch' other Countj. SENATE JOINT P.ESOLCTTOV NO and then In saM! f'nf '
against and you and are recjulrrd angle of IS 44'- thence run NorthIvveMeny I tion certificates at the tlm* nf the I Iswuanc Nine (49) Thereof Pertaining To The duties, as the Court may d-rect. The School Board. School Districts. Special HIS Record cati'es ehult pending Vsf In the fir, 0

Court cause of you your answer |, along said ,'ur\1 6:441 .thereof concerning the security Or anlutjon. Powers and Jurisdiction Court shall appoint a Mar Tax School Di-strictg. Port District A Tint| Resolution Proposing An Cnurt nf RucamhU Conr y with V1-
to serve a copy the complaint on f"e:J the end of curve thfnCt run I (thereof and the ehts of the holders Of the Supreme Court, The Assip-nrnent ulrtm.. shall have the power and Drainage Pis-rlcts. And Any Other Amenme"t To Article V Of The Constitution of the nm*.
cr pl.tnr 'to, Attorney Zach H. North 3.31S West 10936 feet tithe thereof, all of which cnver.ants and Of JudgfVi To Hear And Determine> be (. t- n.cut. all orders of Taxing Districts. And Municipal. Of Of The Stat of Florida ByAddm tn to ditpona

the SOS Building.-Jack West lnt of NW'4 of said S.-, Jemenll shall constitute legillv Cases. An'd Eligibility Of Retired Justices the Court, In.ludlne orders cf arre"t The County which By Ordinance Request Thereto A" Additional Section --
Ilulial. Lynch and file the tion IS at point 12196 feet South ) and Irrevocable contracts with And Clrcu't! JudefI For Call To H* shall perform such other Their Taxes To lIe So Assessed To Abolish The Court Of Record In No. 11

Florida, Clerk of Northwest corner of said S.I"I u(1 holders In.' shall b. fully en- Temporary Active utv: And InsertIng the Court may direct roe Supreme And levied And For Es<*ambm County, Florida OrNATE JOINT P.ESOI.UTIOV "Oaa
original in the office of the ortabl. bv such holders in any court In Lieu Thereof The whose BE IT REOIVED BT THE LEGISLATURE And *
before IS Containing 94 acre more oiless FOlowlnJ Sections Court may appoint a Librarian Vest All Its JurlK<1Irtl'.n fn The
of the Circuit Court on or excluding existing road .ef competent jur'sdlctlon. umb"r"r Two (2) (S>, duties shall be def ned PV the rnurt OF THE STATE OF Circuit Court Of Escambia Counfv: A Joint Bevl.t'nn P' nos' r A 0
the 13 day of (ktlbtr. 1952.; otherwise No such bonds nr motor .rh'11. ft lv To The FLORIDA- Provide VTII Of T> e
Complaint Is owned by: Leroy Dell Jr. Same The salaries rf such officers !hal b. For An Additional Judge Of Amfn mft.t Tn Artist
the allegations of aid. l Parcel Xo 56 Lateral Ditch Lrft Anticipation certificates t1'Er General Subject MatterBE f.xed; bv law and such officers! : That the fillowlng amend-re1 to The Circuit COurt Of Earamnla County, Conatlrutlnn Of Fl'.r'rla Hl flnTo
will be taken as confessed
i59--62.4.; i, ha adoption nf a resolution requt-, T.ATTRF OF THE STATE OF the State ef Florida relative to the a.seis- revs Tn Raid Court And County. And to A Section Relating To Th Fe.sAnd
This n.tlcf shall be published SIng the Issuance thereof bv the County n.oRI.: I Court ment of all taxes m the county of Fir Their Anpolptment Compnsaton Ccmn.tifln Of Cointy Offl'eri
-ach week for four consecutive That part of: pto&rd of Public Instruction nf the amendment --- Monroe, Stile ef Florida, by adding
Article And Authority Cimty
(.ntf folnwlnl tn ; To Provide For Not Of Rscamr.la
Si4 ( r WI. of NW.4 of Secti.nI. No. 3
In the Bradford County Telr *- !jcountv on behalf of which sjch V of additional be TTTP! EC'"
w""kl 6 South. flange 2- nll of rlorida relating thereto an se-'tlon to LSI Than S T ff i Terms Of The Circuit lIE IT RE"LVFD flY
Township
: .ph ( rations are In b* Issued. The : to the Judicial Department Is ro FOR numbered by the Secretary r.f State Court Of Esramnla County In LATT-RE OF THE STATE OFFIOP.TDA
n"TTFFTfTTr
Dated this 9 day if September, ":a5:. lying within 10 feet each sidr- 10ad cf education shall limit! the hereby agreed to and shall be submitted t FA : RESOLtTI NO. be and the tame Is herehv agreed to Each Tar: A'id To Provide For The -
of the described ditch
195!. following of such bo.1. or molnr.tlre to the electors of the State ff 'J117 and shall be submitted to the electors Appointment Bv The Circuit Court OfEsramMa That the "owing tmenflment to
OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas centerline: Commence on theVe.t I tax anticipation .prtiCIltE cane Florida for ratification! or rejection I I Joint Resolution! Proposing! AnI tf the State ef Florida for ratificatIon Couptv o* Commissioner Article VIII nf tha Cnns'ltutlon! r '
As Clerk of said Conrt.J line of N'4 of Section IS. Township ,> IIupr en of any county the general election te a I To VIII. Sectir.n 1. e-flon to lv
I b.h\ to held on I Amendment ArUe. nr rejection at the genera! election to Of Said Court And For Their Duties. Florida hv addrg a
y Marian L C'osby. Deputy CI.rk 6 South. nan 2! East :\ .t to aeventv-fiva per cent nf the the fir't Tuesday after th. first Mon- 1 Of The f florida: Relat- be held en the first Tuesday after the Authnri'v Arid Compensation desIgnated by an appronrlata *erf.r| .

9 12 4 point 12196 feet South of Northwest (amount which It determines ran b.serviced day In November. 19"!. a follows ; l--g To r"unlt As Political Sub- first Monday in Nomb r. 1552 as follows BE IT RESOLVED RT TTIF T.ECT"LATURR number of Artirl. VIH is hereby

corner of said Section is. I by the revenue alrlnl t" ARTJCf.F V OF TIF COSTIT- I divisions! Of State OF THE STATE OP agreed to and shall he nubml"d to

NOTICE TO APPEiR t..nt't run South 23.S1'2S" .I.t j' (the county under the provisions of nF'.ATl/ HF IT RESONVEP BT THE LEGIS Section -. From and after January FT A R IDA- the electors nf tr. Ftate nf Florin

>u Circuit ('..r.. Bradford County I feet to the beginning of a,I I this Amendment. All such bonds rr THK JfDICIAL )FPARTMFT fATt'RF OF TIE STATE OF I. r-54, the county tax assessor in the That the fn'low'ng arrerdment toArtifle for ratification nr re' ct'.n It thnert .
Florida In Chancery. curve concave to the .\rth.a'' ,motor vehicle tat anticipation certificates HEREBY A county nf Monroe. State "f Flori'l" V nf the ''rn''ituti"n nf the re"era1! election to be held In

1r.nt Maher, 1lalntf. vs. WilliamIt. having a radius of 1909.S6 feet and shall ht Issued in the name THEREFROM PRESENT SECTIONS That the tnn"wlr1 Amendment to shall assess nil property for all s'lte State nf Florida, to he added as nn lU!. a' follow
Maher, Iltflndant. No. 9340 a central angle of IS 44'. thence run of the Stat Board of Education but 2, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. and $ ANP SECTIONS Article VII!. 1. of the Constitution county school, and municipal taxes additional section to be designated bj Section[ -. A'l fe. rev noei nr

% To .Appear. I Soulhr3stnl' along said lun'e 624 [hall be Issued for and on behalf! of 44 AND 4S THEREOF. AND SCBSTITUTINO r Florida relating to countiesas to be levied In the county by the an anj.ropnate s.rton! number toAr other cbarrea collected by ta several
.clr.
To William U Vaher .hOle ftft end of curve th"nlc I the County Board of Public Instrue- IN LIEV THEREOF THE pel.tirn! .subdivisions! Hate Is gtate. cnuntv. county school board. 'lrle V aforesaid by the Secretary rf county officer of Esca-rh'i county

r "ld.nt and. address is-: c'o Y. M. run South 4J:! 15'2S" East J5S feet I(ion reuetnl the Issuance thereof FOLLOWING !ECI( S. TO BE hereby agreed to and ,hal t.' ..ubmi'ted school district, special tax school districts. State t* and the same li hereby shall "ba paid 'into the general county

(* A. 3rd Avenue at 161st Strut..Ircnx. to a point on survey line of .tal. 'and 10 .1ftGn or approval cf rj'jall- NUMBERED 2 ISCLr J'E' to the electors of th* state for raU'CIcatnn port districts, drainsr districts, agreed to and shall h* mir.rnttd! to fund r.f Escambla County subject to

New York OR 470 East ) Road S-2C9. Section 2S51, dlinat.d 'f.ed Ifctnn frllholder. shall be Section 2. Su"rerl Court: cf : ; or refection at the general and any other taxing districts and the electors of the State nf Florida for disbursement .. provided by law Thalejfplafire

Jtlst Street, irronx. New York. I I a! Station 159--62 4. thence rUJ I :required for the luunle ". Justices: TermCompensation: Ap- election In 1952 as follows municipalities which by ordinance request ratlflcat! or rejection at the General hall rrovlda t.v !local < r
( ) The Stat Board shall in each .
You are hereby notified that a' South 47.44'3Vest 50 feet t.. c pofMment and Election cf Justices.a Section 1. Cnunte as political! subdivisions their taxes tn be so assessed. Election to b* held on 'he First p5cIil! legislation for the a iarl! s expense
year us* the funds distributable pur- ( On and after the f.rst: day ef mod compenaatlon to be paid
tuit for POINT OF BEOINNINC of dih he.nt.rlnt. cf The legislature shall at the Leg.slatlve Tuesday af'er the First Monday In *
Divorce custody of minor child, I| thence run South U 34- ,*uant to this Amendment to the ere- December 195!. th'e fcupreme Court 1 The state shall be divided! Into poll- session in 1953 ant from t:rre ta November. 155!. to-wr-! the iieyeral county officer nf E'carrbt -
4lIt: cf each county only! m the shall .
alimony and other re-1 I w. 50 feet to the end of ditch folowIng const rf ten01 Justice tlcal subdivisions to be called countlel.The time thereafter enact laws gneclfvlng Section 59. 'a) the Court cf Record County. Any legislation M. h
and order of ,
.ul'I'ort. ,. manner priority Except as provided In subsection (b) legislature shall have the power the powers functions d'ities and compensation In and for IIscambia Cnurf* shall shall have heretr.fora been enacted In
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Containing !
lief In the more.nt.rlnt.less. acre ;I <1) To pay all amounts of principal hereof the Justices cf the Supreme ; to grant to any count a. charter under. cf the cni-p'y tax a 'e'sor, from and after the taklne effect of contemplation of the tflcat'nn: <.r
baa been filed against you or : nd interest maturing In such on (
year shall hold office for the term and this amendment la hereby confirmed
Cour which it may resula'e ani govern it- designated in the f.rst paragraph of this amendment be abolished
named Court and cause and Is owned by Dell, Jr. beads antlcIpaTlon
vehicle
cr motor tat
above Leroy any -
six years; but no term cf the 4rd shall have the for' and
of : any self in respect to Its local and Internal this section and shall .ke !ise pm. upon such abolition cf said Court same
you are required to ftn'e a copy ton 212 1C1 State Road certificates Issued under the Justice holding office! prior to the ratificatien !- I affairs! not d'.rec'ly: related to any. vide by law for the exteirslon on the Circuit Court of. Escambla! County. effect ftf If the said legislation wer-
your answer or pleading to the : Bradford County. !authority hereof Including refundlg1nnls of thIs' amendment be thereof. In enacted subsequent to the taUt)fratu
Fhal state function cr responsibility as I assessment roll cf the county tax assessor Flor.da, and the Judges
complaint on the Plalntf's Parcel No 24 Lateral Ditch Left cr motor vehicle tax anticipa affected bv the The JunsJlctlon. of thin amendment
rr"lslon established! by the SucnI I of all taxes levied by the state. addition to their present
Attorney .al ?. Jr., 5atioi SRI No. 21 certificates. Issued on behalf cf Justices, cf the Supreme Court stall I charter shall I"gillturf. upon I county county erhooi board sctool shall have in Encamhla County wIN TESTIMONY WhEREOF I hava

103 Law Exchange Building; !:-.375 (Part. the Board of Public Instruction cf receive for their *service such compensation I its ratification ttome majority cf tM I districts special tax school districts Jurisdiction of all criminal easel which hereunto net my hand and affixed the

Jacksonville. Florida, par: :. eUlb county: subject, however. to any a may be Lied ty law.b I qual.fied: t cf tae county at i I port districts drainage districts ana shall arise In said county: Great Seal ef the State cf Plorcl* rt
ard file the original in the office ?H\4 cf SEof SEU of Section 2, .covenants cr agreements made by the ( ) On or after the first day cf 1 special election E1ftor duly called for thai I any ether taxing d.atrlcts and municipalities
(.r the Clerk of the Circuit Court Township 6, i outh. Ilanga 20 East State Board cnttrlne the rights: between December. 1932. the Governor shall purpose by the board cf county com, whose taxes may be assessed cf the Circuit Court of Escjmbia, day of August, m*.

vn r t..fort Ht Iylnl within 2. feet each side of hJJ.n different Issues of appoint a qualified person to fill thevacancy 1 missiocers cr at any primary or penT -, r.y the county tax assessor pursuant County In addition to the Circuit R. A. CRAY

1: day if OctoUr 1J52; foilingUescrited ditch center- -such- tend- or-motor-. vthklt--! : ui actlc- In **.& tt tt. tLrc addI '.ea eltctlca. The Leglslatjf. cJ to the f. st tirajras-b cf this cUon. Judges cf the Circuit Cowl la whIch Etcmirjr_ cf SUtar














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SEPTEMBER 19, 1952 BRADFORD COL TELEGRAPH, ST.\RKE, FLORIDA
}'.\GE KI.EXFN:

NOTICE TO APPEAR I I
!* Clr' '* Conrl. Bradford County, ,.
.Florida I. Cfc.ncery. I
Gwendolyn Ofcbourne Shuman.
Plaintiff vs. Loradic Shuman De-
fendant.
Case Xo. 9J59Xotlr t
To Affftr. I i
To: oradic Shuman, whose residence = 1. ,
and address Is: Alabama Jr rr ..
Hoarding House, 6th Street Augus k
tat Ca. .
You arc hereby notified that a
suit for Divorce and restoration of
tnaid.n name has been filed againstyou t I 'S'
in the above named Court and
cause and you are required to serve
a copy of your answer or pleadingto
the complaint on the Plaintiff's g
Attorney, T. Frank Landrum, 1
Starke. Florida, and file tin oriK'itl -
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on T before the 12: r.
day of October, 1952: otherwise the
allegations of said Complaint will .
be taken as confessed by you. '
This notice shall be published 1r
once each week for four i-onsecu
tive weeks in the Bradford County s"4i
Telegraph ,
Dated this 10 day of September, i
19;+%. ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL A..1. Thomas I
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
ty :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
'/1: 4t 10/3

:NOTICE-TO APPKUl k '
In Circuit Court. Bradford County
.Florida la Ch .rrrr.CeorRo Tonight-Friday 8OO
caret Agnes Jf. Saur Saur, Plaintiff Defendant.Case vs.. Mar. = :
10. !9320olre :;
\ To Appear.To .
: Margaret Agnes Saur. whose t4;
residence and address Is: 185 2nd
Street, Mineola, Long Island, New ,
York.
You are hereby notified that a

suit Divorce for\ BRADFORD PARK
has been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause and
you a-e required to serve a copy of
youanswer or pleading to the
complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney
T. Frank Landrum,
Starke, Florida
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the
( day of October, 1952:!;
(theruixe the allegation of said
Complaint will be taken a* i-onft-ss-
This notice shall be published'once '
each week for four .consecutive
weeks In the LTadford County Tele- I Iraf
>h. Tornadoes
Dated this 3 day cf September,

I 19(2.OFFICIAL Clerk Sl..:A1.ol )the A Circ-uU J Thomas Court,I vs. ieesburg

I 1!) Marian L Croi-by, lI.\putn rk
NOTICE 10 APPKUlIn 9.5: 4t 9 :26!

Circuit Court Bradford. (fount
Florida! In Chancery.Edward
Clifton H..IIMT, Ir. Plaintiff -
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vs Annie ISennen lloiisrr.DrfeniUnt
''a"u, !MNotlrr :"::3

roll Tn na.: Ainio To is Appear.Orangebuig Ht-nnHt Ilou, .ei South', whoseresidente "a- Adults $1.00 High School Students 50c Elementary School Students 25c


You are nerefcy notified that a
nit for Divorce has been filed
against you In the above named
Court and cause and you are required -
to serve a copy of your answer TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
or pleading to the complaint FTTTTTTT
on the Plaintiff's Attorney, T.
Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida, and
file the original In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before m9'5"2.mmm'S'C'H'E'D"U'L'Em; ;

otherwise Complaint the 22 will the day of allegations 1.11 September taken as of, 1952 confessed said-:I C 1 I 4

by you. ,
This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive V
weeks In the Bradford County Tele C

graph.Dated this 20 day of August, 1952: ,

OFFICIAL Marian Clerk L. SEAL of Crosby the) Circuit A.Deputy J. Thomas Courtly Clerk' SEPTEMBER 19 LEESBURG HERE II:,"'r/> OCTOBER 31 MACCLENNY HERE j

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SEPTEMBER 25 SEABREEZE THERE NOVEMBER 6 ST. LEO THERE ,

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WILL PAY CASH OCTOBER 3 PALATKA THERE tiJ NOVEMBER 14 KETTERUNUS THERE 4 4 4

For Saw Logs C 4

AND PULPWOOD OCTOBER 10 P. K. YONGE HERE riS 4 4
NOVEMBER
TIMBERA C 21 r GREEN COVE SPRINGS HERE 4 4 4


Post Card Will Bring ,:Me C 1 17-- N. SMYRNA : 4 4
To See You. BEACH HERE a' NOVEMBER 26 LAKE BUTLER HERE 4 4 4

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D. B. 'Dick Thomas E 3

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I F Compliments of Everjbory Out For Tonight's Game! Onward Tornadoes! Best Wishes From

a new Lawson's Market & Cold Storage DOWL1NG MOTOR SALES PURE SERVICE STORE Edwards Grocery & Market

home Ire the Tornadoes l>eat-but cat Lawon's Meat! ... .
301 at Road KM
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See You At Bradford Park Tonight Electric Service & Supply Best Wishes to the Team ;Mow\ fErn Down, Tornadoes

McMURTRY E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating J. K- KIn Owner Starke Radio & Television Service C. H. DRIGGERS


BUILDERSKeystone Phone 144 Let's Support the Tornadoes Starke! Florida Furniture (forntin>

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ESTIMATES Best Wishes OfDUCKY'S Closed Tonight we'\e gone to the Game; It's A Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes A Good; 1 Team Like the Tornadoes
CHEERFULLY[ GIVEN I

ANDREWS MOTOR CO. GUIDON GRILL Deserve Your Support
moxKKEYSTONE VARIETY STORE'

3581 DAY Phone 118. Starke Georgr: KOI'llIu"I" BARKSDALE'SCompliments

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Get Em, Tornadoes
Victory Support the Tornadoes with your presence of

Hearing Aids Starke Builders Supplies

Farm Home & Auto Supply SANDERS WATCH SHOP Carl Johns NEW METHOD CLEANERS
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Foods We're Behind You, Tornadoes!
Best Wishes From Come on out and bmM our (team ""()I'R "nuFNuJF.ttEt.ta:"

AND TORODE CHEVROLET CO. Charley E. Johns Agency Western Auto Associate Store ROBERTS JEWELRY

SuppliesSurgical sahy .C t'rit
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Compliments of STARKE MOTOR COURT
Bring Home the Bacon, Boys!

TrussesWe S. R. JOHNS GROCERY GUT ANDREWS KOCH DRUG STORE Bet Wishes From


Rent We're Tornado Fans! Starke's Leading Motor Court Starke, Florida H. C. WALL AGENCY


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Wishes Team I.et's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game
Compliments of

Supplies SLADE GAS COMPANY Florida Power & Light Co. ". Winkler Electric Service See You At The GamemIDAY.

CANOVAPRESCRIPTION Hot Point \ppliano

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BRADFORD COUNTV TELEGRAPH:
PAGE TWELVE STARKE. FLORIDA
rmnxt, >KITEMRFJ lt, 19:>*
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Jr. Cattlemen's Assn. Formed Here VA Advises Veterans To Have Copies l\ 1:11'1./lulI1'I'lorliln.l : :.. aN I In:-1.rri.l.nlr it.,known't 'ir a: > .\1i.;r r'nnunlsnnirr r Rulrna.1!. alt'f the P-tl.la'Stat.Florida. 1'rl" ..!1" ,[ .r..r.nn.r..m..r..rm..nn.nnr..mm.

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I'!II II" i il> .Isuiitr. d For State S'n.lt"r fur l''h Sent r. I
I, \ OK ritoiivii' ': l.ll Distrut of the Sttte of t. I. NOTICE! PLANNING TO MOVE?
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T. All IVrs.ms IlIt..r.t..d In The Ida
Seek More Members For GroupBradford Of Discharge Certified For Benefits I i-t.itf: of Said; '.ende'it For 1 Member of the H..tise ..f ]1-: ;, .
You
written ale iii htreby trumnt notified purporting that tibe a> Ida reseiitatives of the Slate of F. ty -'.- '" Let u do the job for >ou com-

I the Lot will and testament of Fur <''unty Judge : t.8lItYA'dFXrf 50M ;" I'11'11'. Ue operate lf 1 and long
The Veterans Adniim.siration said decedent has been admitted to For Sheriff, 1'- '. .;... J. '
:
distance
Association and wil! : .fU ; here
an\ I
is its Cattlemen's ,' in X
County on way probate in this court. You are For flerk of th-' Circuit Court. r, r MOVINC: : "
to having one of the state's first play an integral part of that has advised all] veterans lo have P'l.l\.rt-,1: \t>t""!uis car axoidin endar'munth."*-.r.'mmBlld..d. within MX cal ': For 'ountv A--. --1' of Taxes 'i cu,__,; "
Association However, they will elect photostat' 01 ceitifnd copie '111 Lt.i then t-ihuation from the date of .the For Tax Coll. 'I i tti Phone
Junior Cattlemen's group. teitiMp.g: first publication of this notic to Fur County Sup-\ r f 311 250-J
or
clubs i if the August 29 meet I' their own officers soon and sponsor made of then original drrhargt ,Mid t I ,lining beetiLs, if they have: I appear. in th.i.court and showeauxr. lie Instruct) >n I
or separation papers foi use in ap if an>' you ran why the action For Supervis f" ,
ing in the Courthouse was any actvities. I their report of st-peration! i Form I of this ourt in admitting said For County Suit. '
plYing for veterans benefits. t,will to proliatrhould nut stand I. ',-elli'iit :Storage; Facilities
indication.At The Florida State Cattlemen's DD 2141 I papeis. which are acceptable un- For 3 Members |I' i

that time eight young "cow. Association started the junior Veterans with service since''!. to 'A. copied before the I f ICrCukrd.K, K Terryman. County Judge l'omminri. -. .
and their i I in its Kissimmee meeting in June 27. 19oO; (the start of the !I original js sent to the armed services 9/12:! 4t 1') JMIHCI For 3 Menibei s !
pokes" signed up paid : group I Board of I1 ii I
R.
B.
yearly dues to the local group 'July. Conner said the first annual Korean conflict ) should have I IcopiE's for mustenng-out payments I : For Justn e of 'h( I'I Ithe I' M ALVAREZ
Junior wil1be made immediately vif they I Xil.i.To Whom It )Ia''on"f'rll : follow n": I' a
E. meeting of the group :Mustering-out arc
Doyle payments
which organized by
was 'IF.r::
Conner who is second vice-presi Nov. 12-11 in Ocala with the plan to attend school under tit+ handled by the individual service I may This hIdalm is to certify,. against that all the whom..>- 'L.,1: r gails for Dclchcr Hn: .\.
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Bill this fall, the VA 1 a bt
dent of the state organization and FSCA. Korean GI I and not by VA. I i tate .of h Griffis Mr- MamitCriffis, deceased, of, Lawtev or MrK.IOI '-. t '''list! 1.1; !,. IVrrvman IMdi;. S. Court ....l.

member of the board of directors. I The state roster lists about said. I For most VA administered benefits Florida are to file their claims with 1,.\. :.in: I It.-"

The first such group of its kind 1.000 members, and Conner said County Service Officor A. J. photostatic or certified copier the County dxintv, }Florida' Judge under of oath Bradford, within NO 1 aIn '

was organized in St. Lucie County he hoped the state membership Thomas Jr. also emphasized theimportance I of discharge or seperation papery light calendar months from the T.st.mn% \\.1', .' I ,
first publication of this .. 1 lo j'Mirn.. ,- l '" Pond' .1./1 '' t
above 2,000 soon. of recording discharge notice. 01the n
reach is
Aug. 23, and Bradford Coun 'would are acceptable. One exception .. .. .
ilainj trill be barred b>' st:nut. sif the r i; it s. ii "f II h! -' '
ty's move Aug. 29 to establish a Men joining the new group b fore they are lost or destroyed I' the VA-Guaranteed GI Loans limitation- 101 l i. ,M I il':,in', .. th 'i i' !

local membership will put It Friday were: Tommy Hamilton "Vi hen they are gone, they car Veterans applying for certificateof This Sept 12th II:>:. <'h"l\ f \-1, : t .\1'!
I Signed Mrs. Jessi jj \\t.n 1: \ s,. ,
among the charter members of the I I Brooker; Harry Green. Glen Conner never be replaced Thomas said. I eligibility for GI Loans must R. A. Griffis., .

new organization started to aid Inman Green B. C. Holtzen- "The veteran who loses his dis present their original discharge or JVar! Ii.; lien.

young cattlemen of the state. 'I dorf. Lucian Conner Maurice Edwards charge has to go through a lot of I seperation papers which will be as AdmmiMr.i'9, I: 4t 1 I'', ': I SUPERIOR

The Junior Association will!! Jr. George Brown, and fed tape to get a certificate, which ,, endorsed and returned to the: FRIGIDAIRE
all of Starke to have as MUM i: or Ihrt: "ION
Conner satisfactory ,
County is never
the Bradford Doyle veterans.
with
meet !I n r II hnulua'I'hlt I, l{. t. .,|{ \ Trirrlnrr in ti\ii 1.'t'I1St'. ttf fine and! : '
the original discharge However. VA also a kt'd'eterans to make of the *>tnlr recorded d. hrrrlit cl h.. notice thul TIIEHE'S JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE 11111/t'rn/ sen'inJ and
if the discharge has been sine in submitting photostatic or '; :,,: \I. 1:1.1-'TIn': a unusual l'ardl i :i

in the courthouse, there is nc I certified copies of discharge or till lir hrld In llrndford <.mintvIlile 1ll'S: in guarding against nmlK--: tDeWITT '\-

News Of 21 Years Ago Sometimes trouble in getting copies made if seperation papers that they sub -. of I'lorida.Ilir flr.on l \I..ndllY 1.u..dI1Y In net No-l liiiMrnline t. Pt'tJ.t>.

the original is lost." I mit copies of both Rides of the trnihrr..ll-. 1Ii! -. Ihr wild 1'urnilM Made only by General

News Thomas pointed out that the document and not just the front ': h..I11111'111111',,;: Ihr n,' "r.nniit: :Motors Corp. All other

More Interesting Than Today's County Commissioners have permitted Veterans who have been release1 For 1'rrsidwit. of the I'nited :-1.1"; ,'sFor Electric Refrigerators; are
', file I'ri sulellt of the I'nii.. ... .!i I
27. 19:; (
the county's photostating to the reserves since June States made by other companies C. JONES

to be used to rl'cOl'c' should submit their report of For I nit.d State gnat T fcui, 'h.'
equipment .
When the sheriff's office if distance out. Coming up dost of service ,I State; i.f Florida f..roj" .\".',u.', and cannot use the word Phone 7 StarKe, Fla.
certificates
tr discharges for veterans at nr seperation or from Jan. 6. 1953:; Fri -idaire.d
and news U so scarce a reporter he discovered a big bass trying .
quiet All the veteran has to di since they do not get discharge For Representative the Kth r'n.
has to literally dig it up rid himself of a perch he had attempted charge. gressiunal Pistin t't of th* Sloth, .,, ., .. _______ .
like this week, the best place tc to swallow and only to obtain this service is to applyat papers. of Florida in the righty-Tlurt'ungrrss tt
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
of the I'nited State t
the county clerk's office. Funeral Director Ambulance SeniceOur :
dig is in the files of the Telegraph. partly succedded. Both fish \verc ADDRESSES j For" Tkree (:'n JuMiies of the Stipreme 1t
still alive but the fight was al I I'outt of th! State o r ? ? ,
of local funeral home enables
So we took a gander at some I Florida. 09 to offer conveniences ao4 :

the back copies of the Telegraphand : most over, and :Ms Simmons nated. OF INTEREST I For Governor of the State of Floti I., TIIESEE services not otherwise available. 1I
da. 1s
had trouble in leaching out
no
in and amongst the yellowing The new high school opened after change from For Secretary of State ..f the Ma'i e I ,, \
and getting a sure grip with hirplieis F. E. Stitchbem of Florida. ," ,,- ,
pages were tidbits that are delays as woikmen rushed tc ;: Moiganton, N C to Keystone I For Attorney General E. H. SMITH t I
the bass and hauling /
more interesting reading today on complete the new structure. : Fur Comptroller We furnish the highest type service at lowest pncea, and I I
both into the boat. Heights. For State Treasurer accept ANT life insurance policy in issued
than today's news. 1 force by ANY
Charity Williams, veteran negro !i iI :Mrs Mae Dickens change from }Superintendent of I'ubli. In- Tenth and Temple Ave. I
about! Sixteen years ago 747 enrolledin I company,. as payment in part or in full on a funeral
21 *et ion
For instance years ago raise tr 157. Sanford.Fla. st '
bus diiver, received a $5 I i ( pester. S. C. to Box s
time BHS. a new school record At For Commissioner of AgricultureFor Starke, Fla. Consultation carries no obligation.X I
this : _
drive the Graham route I Stale Attorney Sth Judicial "II'
the same time principal L A. i cult of the State of Florida I ----- - ------------------------------- ----1l
had St.. I
officers just 72 Day I
Clay County I, Gray announced there would not Fiveears ago the highest !11. C. Frazier I
arrested two Jacksonville drunk of members :C9: Fitchburg Mass
be a football team that year because number faculty
at Kingsley Lake and Sheriff Hall l
of lack of money. began teaching at BHS, under

was stating that his office would C. S. Paitm. the newly-installed :\01'11: or s \i.nYi.tue I 4I
soon break up the practice of Petitions were circulating is hr.'ligiven that under
The enrollment of I
rendezvous for around the county for a slot machine principal. an execution Issued April '-'!9. 1952
making Kingsley a 1,091 was 2S less than the previous "lit of the Ciriuit Court uf Brad- \
liquor parties, and if resident referendum, at underage C'uUIIIFlnrirla in favor ..( Florida
record of 1,119 set ir '
children continued to play the high Hank at Stark. a li.inkintf! corporation .
would cooperate by telephoning 11945; when Camp Blooding wa and against W. K Howling\
him. his deputies would answer one-arm steel heeled] bandit. individually a-id trading as I fowling
in operation. Auto Sales. ha\e U-Mi-d up1.n and
calls at any time of day or night.J. with their nickels and dimes Popular Federal District Judge will sell at imlili. mill \ I.. I"| \ .
highest and best !tltl." i fin< < a -11.
L. Simmons was telling fish Ten Postmaster F F .. ,
years ago retired after 50(
A. V Long years at the Sotit'i ft out d story about catching a 10-poum Stump received post-card in the of law practice, 18 of them in the +'-'intv Pouitlious,, in :stni i I.. j'l.i '.. I II *** .
aad half da on nrlnher I th. 1"':,_ black bass and a pound a office addressed to a )Irs. June Judgeship capacity.And ]lfir.il hour ...foalo.i .. tin I 1"II..wing r .. ,
speckled perch at the same time ii li s< rib.tl tnotoi.. \t'hl' I b t wit : +
Wall who was then dead. The was coming;
with a pair of plil'rs.ccording agriculture cm 1 I'll: I >-.-ton 1',0T'kkup l s, ,
card was postmarked 1915 from along fine. Aunt Silbia Scott oKnight's f T'MI.-k\ M..t."i :Nun,i.. KlIl-lNIl- k ,
that
to the Telegraph story at 1 1:1:.4 ',
time: ":\tr. Simmons was on the Hendeisonville. X. C., and took Quarters "just throw I' ] '. I:1-:1'lot"lI.l '
seeds out the backdoor" to grow Sheriff of l.radfoid County., E ?;
shores of a lake not far fioir it 27 years to travel the loute Florida. q i 4
her bi;; pumpkins. The negress 93 :3t; 30 2
Starke when he noticed a continuec1 Starke bested its $2.600 esc was shown with her huge punikir rwn
I. 'Mir l'nunlr Judet'.. Court, 1And tS R,. ., r.
splashing on the surface some quota b\ $200ith $2.800 do that had a 4G in diameter. I'or llrailfiiril mint).', '
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