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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t_ Bradford Will\ Vote For Second Time County Seems Safe For DemocratsAs





On Establishment Of Fire ControlOnce seevouat the pails Electors Prepare To Go To Polls



again the voters of Bradford
County will have the .
L- Based on ;t prrformance. han %
of pa more .olln) l Br.i.r:
opportunity making a decision on the important question
of Countyoters: are exacted tn'i it tlu i pnIwxt\! Tus.\ .:.\ '.
establishing a countywide Fire Control Unit when
they and thoir ohoioo for President .
to the register \ and \ ic- Pri-s.t1! !' !
go polls next Tuesday.

Tn.. thp,--_ (_:pnpr,1_U_'_' 1 U'yt'ars <'lnl"tit'\n__' tn....,,._ .'- ....... of the United States.
;: \ The number'otlllg' wi' I
ago thismeauewas defeated t
I I'UKK: P.MiV MTTIMiO.V : be somewhat less ,
than :50
by a close vote of 570 to HIKE TRANSPORTATIONTO poof
: KI.KCTION: : DAY I the 4,833
193. That was an "off year" elec- I THE POLLS qualified voter-
I 1M/ri 4))
Bradford
tion and the vote was very light. :\14'mll.'r.. of the junioroman's I County unless tfv ,'to-."'
Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the TekgruphIIALLOVE'EN -- Whether I Anj one desiring free transportation i contested race between .'\"." ,
the
h'avier'ote \%
that is Club \\ ill he at the
to the polls on election and Eisenhower
expected next Tuesday will result t \\'oman's Club building; from I serves to tout -'
CARNIVAL IS COLORFUL EVENTAs day is itmted to contact a record number of ,
\ ote'In !
in the
passage of this measure 10 a.m. to .1 p.m. on electionlaj I
\ \ndrt"Iotor ( 0., phone 118. the 1948 election win-, ,
remains to be seen. ( in or'ler that mothers
usual, the annual PTA-sponsored Hallowe'en many concessions. Upper right shows tht flS,1 Florida law provides that if th1citizens 11':1.thl'jr small children there may, This !service is part of a nationwide .contest lay between Truman I' ,

-Carnival in Starke was a huge success. Although pond, always one of the most popular concessions. of a county vote for at no charge' while they vote. effort by certain car Dewey 2,091 voters iu '"

held last Friday -- a week earlier than usual At right center is seen the fortune-telling tent, with]1 countywide fire control then the dealers to assist the get-out- out at the polls here, which \ I II
Ih-\11ft. I about 40 .
campaign.Stevenson
witches and goblins didn't seem to object to the youthful customers waiting in line. At lower left t Florida Forest Service can set .I petcent of the qu:r: ". ,
h_ 'u_ '_ "n .. ID..,.. Cl_A._ liSt at that timp. .
premature date and turned out in force. The PTA is a group of gayly-costumed children, while lowei r "i> a nrc ugniing Unit in ine counr ILlLlUII i ---

showed a net profit of $542.44 from the event right pictures three youngsters enjoying the donkej r >.. I In .\iistruli.i failure to \oteI. Gains In the 1950 General 1<::1.>, '

: The cost of fin- control to Bradford Prayer Planned I I.. punishable bj a $7 fine. only 1,063\ Bradforites voted :',
the largest amount ever realized from a carnival cart ride Around 300 fried chicken dinners wer?
County would be not more I Suih stringent methods would : than 25 per cent of the t't t
here. served by the staff of the school cafeteria. Finance; In Poll Herei
than three cents be considered i { qualified) but that wa- ,'
and additional Rev un-American in anyear"
acrE. E
per ; Itauuond MacBlainrector :
The above scenes show some of the activities that Chairman Mrs Vasco Hazen and Co-Chairman Mrs' i
i> tax millage for that this countr>'. hut wouldn't it be !i without a president I ilj "
centered around the school grounds last Friday H. A. Lawmen wish to thank everyone who helpt.(1afternoon. l purpose of St. Marks Episcopal! i l % of the final week of test to stir
interest
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would be less than one mill, ,' gralifjing if 100 JMT cent of I j I up
r At upper left is a general view of tne with the carnival. All of the profits will be used tc) Church announces a CommunityWide the
forestry officials say. the 4.X33 iiialified| \oters in continuing poll being conducted | On the basis of unofficial |I'I
merrymakers swarmed around of the purchase items needed the school. Prayer Meeting to be held
as they one by I
TIlt state and federal governments Bradford Count) would turnout l h>' a 9th grnh'h <* } taken here in recent weeks :t

I pay for the initial cost of I in the church on the eve of the at the polls next Tuesday? dass. at hIllS: I freely predicted that Brid'County
installing the fire protection unit. national (election Monday 'O3 If they did, here's how many will remain slaumhK
230 adult voters in Starkewere I
Tornadoes Face ,
Macclenny' which i ia estimated at around at 7:30: p.m. would vote in eah of the rountj's the Democratic column next 1 "' ,

$ ;5.noo in Bradford County. The In announcing this special service j .-ijjht/ precincts: questioned ns to presidential I day. Predictions from s ..

county shares the operating cost Rev. MacBlain said: "We are I I.-mtej' 720 I preference. The tally I ources that Eisenhower will I cry

Powerhouse Here TonightAfter of the unit with the state and on the eve of an election of momentous X. MarKe 2.0'JI 1 ,: Mas: Ste\rnson( Eisenhowerf I Florida into the Repubh. t'

federal government. significance to our nation -' .... Starke 1,117 >8, undecided I. I column are not taken too Sf'rl11:4:

Owners of small homes and i and the world. Surely if there'J (irah.im X5 lv by those in the political kn.','
'I This latest poll ",show a continuing ,
farms that do not exceed the was ever a time when we should Hampton 3(1 due to the fact that exactly t > ,
week's the Bradford The
Tomadoes
layoff and their
a j opponents
: a-k the guidance of God it is now !' : trend of "undecided"oters same
Tornadoes tonight $5.000 homestead exemption will Theressa 155; predictions were made >
resume play i both enjoyed an open date ..
(Friday) against the Macrlenny ''I last weekend and each should be: i; not have to pay any additional The church takes no politica1: Xew Riser 90 \ to Metrnson. Pn'tlous cerninp Dewey four ve.iis t..

Red and White eleven at raring to go in this game. i millage as a result of the fire con- position. We do not attempt tc Brooker 301 polls showed stt'\ell..nn with a Actually, in 1948 Florid pi. '

8 o'clock on the home field. Coach Hobbs' boys will not beat ': trol unit. tell you how to vote. But it ir Nut sate this list and roin- 2 to 1 lead ocr Eisenhower.: Truman 260.574. Dewey 179 ')"'.

No longer the "pushover" it full strength for this game I ISidne It i is also pointed out that the right and proper for the church j pare it with Ilie mmiltcr that The Idlest poll announced byL Thurmond 83.592. and V\'il-i! '

Led to be considered not so many establishment of a unit in Brad- to urge the people to exercise the j actuallyoli l' ... next Tuesday. 11461. Without any DIM-III'' '
\ Jackson is still nursing! a I:.
years ago the tough Macclenny- i{ knee Paul linebacker ford County would not prohibit I duties and responsibilities of cjt-I 1,4't's slum Australians.. that Olson. BUS instructor in third! party movement to iiu,Ms
and Rivers
Glenn team Is undefeated to date injury : a land wner from burning his own I izenship as Christians, humbly we dl.n't l need a fine to innKeus !social studies, shows Stetrnson's I I the waters this time tlio.;.> .\ '
injured his knee in -
and has been scored on only once I! practice burl t. .he wishes This may be |: asking God's help and His blessing tote in the I" S. A. lead! nnat 21-2 to I I i' view the scene realistiall' ; ;i"

this season. In their last outing I I Monday. done under existing state law if upon the nation o\er Eisenhower.Pen.ttonal: t diet that the Pemooratii nm-"' .

the Baker County lads defeated Edwin Prevail, BUS senior halfback the landowner gives notice to his! in Florida will be event >'

Green Cove Springs 25-0. They has scored 8 touchdowns in j I neighbors not more than ten days than that given Truman I in 1 ru-

h scored a decisive 20-6 win over 5 games played. Five of hi'8 i nor )<>s* than three day.s in advance !; ELEVEN AMENDMENTS AWAIT% DECISIONHere If polls ran be relv.l ?
scores came on runs of over 50vds i ,
I'alatka a team that beat the and carefully watches the (which certainly seems pl'.hi.i.fxvil '

Tornadoes 12-6. Delano Thomas scored 2',: fire. I V -- since Iftisi 1 Bradford { '. i I.' .

The Tornadoes have a 3-2 recordof touchdowns' in the la"t game i Every year millions of dollars is a bnet rt>\'I"W of the SI": and l piovide ,nleq.itt: si hools : ; t I Distrii I for Bay and:I I.i$1iigttn I might be expected to give si I \.
I played on long runs! of 63;) and 73 i I .1 eleven Constitutional
Flo1rida's Amendments son around 1.750 of the :J
for "
wins over losses at this mid- worth of damage is done to "iir i Mildrvn. theyu \\ counties I

reason point. Starting off with \ils forests by thousands of'': which will] be approved or disapproved Xo 2 Provides for the adihmn X. fi Would votes that may be cast! i-'" .

an Impressive 19-0 opening game Wayne Douglas fullback in- j I woods fires. and 86 per cent of I I'' by the voters at the poll> nf three new ..;ll>tices to the Senatorial District create for a 39th'1, hower seems likely to tn.l: : '.

win over Leesburg, the Tornadoes Hired in the I'alatka game, had these destructive fires occurred lastyt'ar 'I| next Tuesday. j State Supreme Court Proponentssay MonroeCounty. I .somewhere- the neijrhborh|

went on to beat Seabreeze 13-7 before been practicing this week and on the forty-four per cent of':'1 No. i .- The most publicized and the court is overworked and : 750 These estimates are l I. \
taking the low road with a should be able to go the route. Florida's woodslaids: that are still I i probably the most important ofj i that increasing its personnel would,. Those who oppose Nos 5 and 6 I' only on polls that have beer t a.. "

Macclenny's ends are strong I| them all. Provides say that such redistricting! should I by this and l II\> l I'' .
6-12 loss to Palatka. After without organized fue protection i that the first help eliminate a bottleneck. Opponents newspaper
ing to P. K. Yonge 6-20. the bow-I with three lettermen, headed bv I claim against the state motor ; say an addition of three' wait for a more equitable reapportionment local high school and n\n\ \h.t h., <

nadoes again hit their j Dewitt Chessman. 165 Ibs. Their vehicle !license money shall be for justices is not the solution' to the of the state by the I far wide of the mark as al!! i I'
To Meet
their last home game. defeating I tackle,I posts are held down by ;! Jaycees funds for school construction. and problem and that the need for Legislature and do not recommend werjin 1948.Gutside $ .

New Smyrna 28-6. Allan Burnell. 219 IDS.. and would! allow the State Department enlarging the court has not been piecemeal changes such a? of the nation I ii. ;

Coach: Dan McClure of Mac- Frank Parker. a transfer. weighing ; November 13th of Education. upon request of proven. these. there is little to capture! t
Randall Martin (above) and t No. 7
clenny has 13 veterans from last 195 Ibs.Wednesday. county school boards. to i issue 0.:1: Provides Provides for consolidation imagination of the voter' alt hi't.'h'
Billy Weldon (below ) were <'(" so-called of all tax
years team. They will operate night, the Jr. V.t!"- Due to a conflict with the reg-1! revenue certificates against anticipated home rule" for counties ( assessing in Monroe there' are ome highly imtn>r' t' '
captain when the Tornadoes allows |
from the single wing formation sitwill travel to Jacksonville ular meeting of the American i revenues By issuing County by the county tax assessor. issues to be settled next Tuestl ,
-.cored an iinpn'sshe 28-6 win 0\er any county to obtain a charter No. 8
with an unbalanced line. Their X, I Beach for a return game with Legion, the organization meeting such certificates money can be permitting it to Would abolish the office Bradford County will dl"'I'I'! )
.
'w Smyrna.Legion I i regulate the ;:
offense is built around a clicking Fletcher's! Jr. team. Bradford i 10f a Jaycee Chapter for Bradford i obtained now to aid buildings and powers of all county officers ;' of county solicitor of Dade whether or not to establish: .1 ""I'

tinning game featuring Waldo ) \ on the last game 31-0 I here a County previously announced for ,j other facilities that are needed to designate their classes terms' and County. Control I'nit. and no less thi,

Brown 170 lb. fullback. and I otiple of weeks ago. ,, Tuesday night, has been postponed relieve overcrowded conditions in jurisdiction, and provide the man- No. 9 Provides for the consolation eleven constitutional amendim n'
:4AL.pi
George Reynolds. 152 lb. left half The varsity team plays! St L..O until Nov. 13. Florida schools. Authority is ner of their selection and com- of all tax assessing and I! await the thumbs up or H t..1":

back. in Dade City Thursday. Nov 6 i I The meeting was scheduled for i granted: for a 30-year loan period f\PMntjon. This amendment is tax collecting in Lee County b}' down sign from Florida vnti r-- ,

/ i Tuesday night before it was real- and requires that an over-all widely the county tax assessor and collertor Only one state candidate loeratir >"
opposed on the grounds thatit ,
I ized that this was Legion meeting :school plan must be adopted and respectively. nominee for Governor '

[ First Nut Sale iL S. R. Johns Named night. It was called off but too approved' before the money can be would government; permit uniform in Florida constitutional to- No. 10 Would abolish the constitutional KfcCartv has! Republican ! I p.ition. .

late to notify state Jaycee of- !borrowed Opposition to the h<' destroyed' Every one of the court of record in Es- i His GOP running r'. '" ,

ficials. I several of whom came here rhool amendment has come 67 counties cambia (rount\ Harry S. SWAn. All other *
could choose to
'tnd met with a small in !mainly from those who govern and (county Democratic i ni>rj ,
thatit No.
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Set For Nov. 6 Postmaster argue it' t'lf in a manner different from Would abolish the fee
L tI I HereS the courthouse anyway.All i i will further centralize power in t the others. creating untold con system in Escambin County j are unopposed ;itvr-i"h! tht} '

young men of Bradford Tallahassee and that it will give fusion. These last five amendments relate -' has the privilege of gnuij "

The first pecan auction sate of K JohnJi will take uvei Counts, between the ages of 21 1 permanency to a diversion of a No. 4 Provides for an addi- to problems in particularcounties ,, n complimentary X-mark i in!
I and 36. are invited to attend the 1 highway user tax to voting next Tuesday There i
the current season will be held at his duties, Saturday XO1.. a governmenturpose which are not familiarto .
the Stnrke Fanners' Market on pbs! master in Starke, the Telegraph i>-!s organizational meeting here on ]p other than roads. Those tional circuit judge in Leon County the voters' elsewhere Where need to enumerate them h, r' '

Thursday. Nov 6. beginning at learned: yesteuUu'. =Xov' 1? ,i who favor the amendment however Those who favor this amend- they are based on a sincere desire their names ran be leanie.t t ir

1 p.m. 4 maintain that the needs ofThing rrent justify it by pointing out !" to effect economy and efficiency n study of the sample hat: ; '

M. R. Jiuld manager of the F F Stump. Starke postmaster! Band Parents j g; schools for additional that Leon County. being the location they might warrant a page nine of this issue
for the
local maiket states that he is expecting past IS years has tendered buildings;! and other facilities are of the State capital, has many favorable vote However without -
IL his resignation to the department Discuss Means
a medium crop of pecansin of such pn emergency nature that tvpes of cases not coming to the making an exhaustive study Fair Exhibits
.
w ferine Xo1. :
this vicinity and hopes to havea Of Raising Money !the amendment should be adoptedin iiMial circuit court An additional of conditions in each of these

good number of buyers and Mr Johns has been engaged in i spite of technical objections ,nistue I is needed there to help take counties the average voter will I Get Free Space

growers present at the first sale. th retail grocery business in Bradford Band Parents. Mr*. L. There just isn't enough money on 'care of this extra work. they say have a hard time voting inlelli

"I would like to urge all growers Stay ke for !several years. A Canova president, met Tuesday 'hand for counties to "pay as you No r. Would create a 40th ,gently: on these measures. .
Al f'.rahan i .<''
W H ; J'I'I'
to bring their pecans to this L: night; in the High School library .. .
( Fan A1annoumed "
market. anti therefore give all Elize H. Houpt to discuss plans for raining moneyto Bradford 'oiinty ,
John Harvey PriceJohn fi. '
Band To ParadeIn E. A. Stafford that booThs I'
buyers chance to bid on all the Makes Thomas finish paying for the new band exhibit' ,e"' '
commercial
Elzie Howard 71. died I uniforms. The balance due ( lob or
Houpt. on
pecans Mr. Judd said. First Life Member Harvey Pn< e 07 died ,it Gainesville Enoch A Stafford. 63. a lifelong he available n> *h'I'rg. .- .. '
Oft 17 in a local clinic following along them is $100. ,
At the first sale here .
last year his home near Snrke on the Keystone ,01', '
T'SKif-nt '
H'
: '>f Union County died I I. s (
b f-
tent to <
In illness He made his One to ask individuals ,
had
35.615: pounds of nuts Local PostJonesLangfordVhite plan is
offeted.
were Heights/ read Sunda mornng -
> Monday at his home at the State t .: i' r : '
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During the season, 75.878 borne in Starke with his on. Dr. and corporations to send in checks j i following an extended illnessHe TV PH ,. No3..
pounds cf nuts were sold Post 56. Calvin J Houpt for the past eight' they promised during the early i was born in Dftroit Mich and Gator Grow festivities! at the employed as a guard for 22 years 'I.. i ialthough I .,,1' t, .
II'>'
charge n
at an of The American Legion last Tuesday months. He \va< forirrily a resident campaign for funds la4 spring. rm'pT'itof Florida no
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average 1-4 cents had made his home here for thE today He was a member of the Primitive .' tv.\ '
11'1
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bringing growers 1460651. night voted to award a Life of Dayton. Ohio. moving tc Another project is selling subscriptions past three years. following his (Friday for the first time The Baptist Church. ". : vtho -< r :, '
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Membership the first in it's history Daytona Beach two years prior to to Readers' Digest A local band ican Leg'f-n
)tr. Judd said that he hopes to ,retirement as a commercial elec- will appear in the 'U'> ''"

have 40.000 pounds at the first to Charter Commander A. coming to Starke. He was bornin special offer of 13 months sub1 1 parade at Gainesville starting at Surviving_ are his wife Eva 'e wishing' ,< 1t'I l''. "

sale on Nov. 6. J. Thomas. Sr A Life Membership I Mercersburg. Pa. "cription to this magazine for $2 2 prp Twenty-five bands are Thornton Stafford; one son. Albert The large .
(t I Surviving are his wife Marie .' \
I L. Stafford. State Firm; two I be erected I I '
It i is planned to have a sale in the Legion is seldom t'.t'rI Surviving are three sons! Dr. is being made and in addition. participatingThe ,' .
Adair Starke ,
Price ; one daughter. ','. )" -
Mrs. Willie Mae Park
daughters. Young E-
i' 'Awarded by a Legion Post and Calvin WHoupt those who subscribe. will receive ; City
each Thursday through the sea- Houpt of Starke. O. Macclennv Band will
Mrs. Jeanne Brown, Detroit, and providethe '; j
Jacksonville. and Mrs Cora
son. with the exception of Thanksgiving only for outstanding !ervice in with the Navy in Newj;ja copy of "Fun Fare" without 'one sister. music at the BHS- Iacclenny hayes, new coUfl'Space h"' ,. 1"" 'I"' '
Bushnell and three sisters Mrs. fur
Dar he said j' the Legion and Community.David Jersey and Carl E. Houpt of Day- j: cost. The band students will Funeral services were held Wednesday game in Starke tonight Ella BryAnt.; Bostwjck, Mra., Ila j byphonillg-W JI'' "TI' \
i W Coding. Ast StateService ton. j solicit subscriptions and anyone
afternoon at 2 o'clock in Kerce, Ocowee and Mrs. Etha Store.Recent .
i varez
Officer at the Lake not contacted may'subscribe by
Recent Births City Funeral :services were held at the DeWitt C Jones C'11apel1th r.RF.F.X: rORCFI TO Williams Jacksonville '
,
V A. Hospital addressed an phoning Tom Long at 269 or by
'I over :2pm. Oct. IS in the DeWitt C. i nt'T.. G. Mitchell officiating. CANTEL: DVTES HFKE i
Itcrowd of Legionnaires him card to Box 750. Funeral services were held Tues BirthsMr
: on ; dropping a
FT1C and Mrs. Ber\l I D. CaseyAnnOUnCf' I Jones chapel. Interment was in j nterment was in Kingsley Lake
I I the Hospital Benefits to which i Starke. Lex Green. Bradford County day afternoon at 3 o'clock in
the birth of
a daughter. II the family mausoleum in Da\.ton. I(Cemetery DOT F. '"In1: ;1"
Sharon Beryl on Cct. 22, in the !I veteran is entitled and the procedure I All citizens interested' in the State Democratic Executive Committeeman South Prong Cemetery Baker -md Mrs the him, ijson.

Jacksonville Naval Hospital.Mr. :i i for securing same. Pastor At Conference !I bsr.d and the splendid work it is I PTA Board Notice announced yesterdaythat County of Orla. Donald announce: Eugfi.e.; Jr., fit'
Seeber Goodman Walter Muhlhofer -' doing are asked to give their
he would be unable to fill .'a i
General Husj
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and Mra.: Harold Hazelwoodare and A. J. Thomas Jr. were | financial support to this cause MITII ..NEWSCROWDED 23 in Alachua .
Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell ofj The Executive Board of the speaking dates in Bradford County The following births ha\'>- rannounc ,' < "
the proud parents of a daughter. presented lighters and silver membership -' I OFT
La Nora born Oct. 23 in stars for having secured Starke was the Resource Leader' CARD or TH.XK1" :]Bradford High School Parent- Saturday due to the fact that d at the Doctors Ciin.r: '

Alachua General Hospital. ]I 10 or more members for 1953. : for the meeting of the' South i \ wish to express our appre- Teacher Association will meet in the State Committee la insistant If you miss your favorite features -'!: HospiUl in Starke.Mr .

-- I i Georgia Methodist Conference I elation to our many friends fo'r 1 the library of the chool on Wednesday that he speak at a huge Democratic and some news Items from'the -
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cone of HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS :I! Commission on Christian: Vocations -I the flowers, cards. and the many Nov. 5. at 3:15 p.m. rally in Miami Saturday ,, Telegraph, this week, just'; and Mrs. Neil Joneroounce 'la.

Starke. a daughter.; Cynthia (I J j j I i held at the Georgia Methot!j things that were done for us during I Plans: will be made and committees night !tr. Green said he regretted blame it on the election. In spite the birth of a daughter.

Christine on Oct. 25. jHA.VK j| The following patients were admitted : dist Center Epworth-By-the-Se.i, I' the death of Dr. Houpt's 'named for the Fried Chicken Supper having to, cancel his ( of running several extra pages, '' Glenoa Sue on Oct. 23 in the Ala!

i to Doctor's Clinic Hospital .' St. Simon's Island. Ga., October I| father.-The C. J. Houpt family. which will be served prior to speeches here. but felt that he we still could not meet the last chua General Hospital

I10LU1AT j during the past week: Mrs. Annie 30- o"ember 1. Over 150 Methodist the football game; on HomecomingDay. should abide by the wishes; of the minute demands for space and

The Florida Bank at Starke will! Browning, Mrs. James Edgar Mrs. youth from South Georgia! ,1 Xov 26. All me-rbers of the ; State Committee. H* spoke in' many items had to be omitted. : Mr and Mrs. II n. Cht'lhltlh! ':

not be open for business Tuesday. \ Delia Thomas all of Starke. Mrs. i were expected to attend the Conj i Mr and Mrs. H L. Hou rh !spent 1 1i Executive Board are urged to attend behalf of the party in St Augus- Thesf will be used! in our next of Sampson. a son, James Steven

No4, General Election Day. a Albert Novick, Cleveland, Ohio. ference. i a few days last week m Jackson- i this meeting"' tine Tuesday night issue! on Oct 16

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On Application I We had a large attendance at ter Haven with Mr. and Mrs Z Annual Canned Food Kvonl l eat orine:! \l't rop. Vw "Park l lUl I MontiHi'.tnt> *
Subscription Rates: In 1879 T. Myrick and family. ..
Established .
Pine Level) church Sunday morning
Foods From Ml (her \merira St'OliKS :MOHK) : ITF.M.s l ON) X11.1lilt I: II t
$2.75 Year $1.50 6 Mo. I and evening with 227 in SunThe H. M. McRaes. the Nor
AUK: NOT \D\ FnTISEU HEHF! C
day school. Brother Alton Dobbs
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION man's and .the Sapp's enjoyed the R'1I ....... _, ...
MEMBER ,
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MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION of Starke brought the message at ... "" : < ...- .
hog killing at the home of MrI ,
both morning and evening services .. "\:' '''''''- :
I and Mrs Eldon Sapp last Satur '

We are glad to report that our day. I enjoyed it more than any

'Let's Talk Sense'THE pastor. Rev. W. E Hall who is in one else it being my birthdayMrs. ..... .
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the Glendale hospital:' suffering ,, Sapp made a beautiful cake'; ...
from a cold is very much improved. : ... i
and insisted that we "'tafor. the
A 2c Robert Owen arrived home I iOVEtY
from Japan Sept. 30 and will be evening meal. We stayed and ... s
E'4 I leaving for McCord A F. B. Washington watched T.V. while she slipped I I II II
: II this week His address around getting refreshment I
will be A 2c Robert Owen AF1407142 ready Others came in and! uc ...I I
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*< 1705 Air Trans. G G MATS. had wonderful tine I I I
e f tf rse ; 'MY' McCord AFB, Washington ,...I I ri -S

4 : Mrs. Ophelia Moore of El ook. rand -_- ... -
Mr. and Mrs II H Le'.vis r ,
i 1t&q I.\W To RelieveCrcomuKion Quantity Rights Reserved "
1 visited the bedside of Mrs V \ tt'J -1'1'" i c- I
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Browning Thursday afteinoon' 0 ..
: Mr. and Mrs. V. E Thmnti.'i' B h.BtRSi ; .
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A 9A and the II. M. McIlal's't../". di-i, rcn 152 Call Sireei t I. :

R. : I ner guests of Mr and Mra Vngil relieves promptly because ... -
Owen Sunday and visited Kt-\ it goes into the bronchial system to : Slarke
Hall at the Palatka hospital Sunday help loosen and expel: germ laden 04 Florida -
I afternoon. ;' phlegm and aid nature to soothe and 04

t :r ZadA Mrs.and G. Wm.granddaughter.Hall and daughter Jan of I heal membranes.raw, tender Guaranteed, inflamed to please bronchial you .. .'SoJ..IIo. 'I. JI ....... ___.-.., r 11 1C

. STKVEXSONS: : (l left to right) Marine Lieutenant Adlai, Jr.. Cocoa spent Sunday':! m.l1tuth; or stood money the test refunded.of millions Creomulsion of users. has .:. Del Monte Calif.PEACHES. CC
I Mrs. W. E. Hall I
Atllai Sr., Borden and John. Ii i iI 04 No. 1 Con
i I The program presented by Miss CREOMULSIONrelieves : E S 21/2
Glenda Crosby and Miss Sherley Coughs Chest Colds, Acute Bronchitis .. 29CC
"Let's talk sense to the American people. Let's tell them I ..

the truth that there are no gains without pains that use are : i -

now on the ei'e of great decisions The people are wise !I i C.
wiser than the Republicans think." Excerpt from the speechof pp.NO

Gou. Adlai E. Stevenson accepting the nomination for Presi- TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4THIS RINSE SURE MIX C
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dent at the Democratic National Convention. i


"Let's talk sense to the American people publican candidate. This they had a perfect GENERAL ELECTION DAY ITo SURF CRISCO

1 . right to do in their editorial columns. Ii:
However, some of them regrettably -' Ii
Those seven simple word, it seems to us far to set themselves as censors Box Lb C
went so as up Large Can
embody all of the integrity the sincerity and over what their readers would be allowed 111/2C 3 19C ,
the philosophy of Adlai E. Stevenson.
columns. Some
to !gee in the news even
His acceptance speech made ;jaded newspaper ran their usual columnists on the days when VOTE YOUR FREE CHOICE : p

reporters, accustomed to the stale insincerities these columnists said what the paper want- : W" If"lI
1pp.
of convention orators, look at t'l! them to say, and left them out when the

each other in amazement: here was some- columnists said something the paper didn't IS A PRICELESS AMERICAN' Del Monte

thing different. Here was a man who said think its readers should :,Cl'. I No. 303 Can ?I

he was going to talk sense, whether the u COCKTAil 23C
.\ notable case in point wasalter Lipp-
truth hurt or not. Did he really mean what PRKGE AND DUTY-
he said? nian's column of Septeinlwr 16. written following = :
the now famous meeting: between '
Then as Governor Stevenson began cam- General Kisenhower and Senator Taft at _

paigning, the newspapermen like Ameri- :Morningside: Heights.!> Lippman mind jou, had TOMATO 14 Oz. Bottle [
cans in all walks of life, saw that at long already come out in support of Eisenhower: CATSUP 11C

last, here WAS a man who meant what he but ho couldn't stomach that surrender of tluGellertl PERFORM YOUR DUTY ASA

said and said what he meant, and pulled no ; to the Senator. For some reason.Ilorida .
for the sake of expediency. The C

punches quality of mind that Governor Stevenson revealed found it dailie.Ihtl convenient customarily to omit his run column I.ippiuun that I GOOD CITIZEN BY VOTING d MAYONNAISE Donald Duck Qt. 43C C

was that of a man who feels thereare day. In order to see what Lippman said about C
two sides to most questions who is 44
the ijsenhower-Taft: meeting: we had to write
willing to give credit where credit is due --
the XI'"orl. Herald-Tribune have them Chase & Sanborn
and who believes that patience hard work, :
send us a of their issue SeptPmx-r! Hi.!<
and understanding: can solve most problems. The Herald-Tribune copy is supporting Kisenhoweralso : Pressure Packed Lb Can |Ct
I C 0 F F FEE 7
lliis this quality that fir-t sold| UN and but it still fulfils :1'1 obligation!: to itsreaders tNSUg14Q

has kept us !sold> on (::0\f'rnllr Stivnismithroughout by letting {hem see something on the
BANK at STARKE ,
: n Irjin: ('mnpai;*u. This paper otlK'r side every now and then. Q
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te't.(1 Fla. or Ga. Shipped Gr.UA" Dresed and Drawn
is t radi 1I0ua,:)' Democratic: andc ha\e no
In this Florida-suppressed column I Lipp '
apologias to make fur that.Vt* lM>lit>ve inn \ / JloriJa I lulionat { '
;; t5rr jroun Whole/ Lb 4fiiC Cut Lb
man said (in discussing Eisenhower's hasty Up
majority of the principles\ for which I the .' FRYERS SSC
adoption I of the Taft-prepared peace terms) FMBEp
Democratic! Tarty stands!> today and we can'tKrt
"If this: is the way that Gen. Eisenhower t
worked up over the plaintive cry of tho'ttht ,
is going to toss off decisions in civil lit,'.
wail that the Democratic Party i is no
t then his supporters have a lot to worn! = -
longer Hi\w\ party of our grandfather 11'rdo C
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not know of anything else. today that is the about. OFFER EXPIRES NOV. 1 U. S. Good Grade U. S. Good Grade
same us it wear in grandfather's time, and if it And again: "The terms of agreement (between

wire the same, tied prohahly toss it aside. Eisenhower: and Taft) are not yet ,

and look for something/ hotter.c don't t known. What IS known i ig that Senator ROUND STEAK I SIRLOIN

think much of a political party that iToesn't Taft believes that there is an agreement i l STEAKC!

change and improve and kevp up with the which protects the political power of the

times, and \\t' are proud of the fact that the Old Guard and limit the role in the campaign -

Democratic Party is an outstanding exampleof and after of what Senator Taft agreed\ Lb 69C Lb S9C

one that II"... To those \itioant a part to identify as 'the Lodge-lVwey group. DE LUXE 39-INCH I

that is just the same now as it mar in grandad's C
In commenting on the text of the Tuft-pre .
day rte ouM respectfully !suggest' : t that .pare tl! tlocunn, Lippman !said> : "It reads 41 CAeoiga :- : -_= '!)1'r.-;; : I;:' -: X3SBS _
they Icaw off their abortive efforts to makeover
try much as if )Ir. Taft was still Mr. Kepulilican Pound
the Democratic !'art in their out-dated C
) not the nominee, but still the bossof L E PIG HAM S SSCUTTLE
pattern and join the Kcpuhlican-t. Olniotr.ly, oho party. Tor tll.tatl'III'nt is a clear. GAS RANGE ILITTLE
Iht-j'd lie much happier there, for the Kepuhlican .
unciiivocal| rcaffirmatioii of the Taft dctrinr
Party, a* far as wecan set, hasn't on the fundamental issue of .principle' in he 289.50 C
Pound
changed a hit sincegrandfather's cia '. Ter-
) pre-convcntion conthct between( the Taft PIG SHOULDERS 39
haps that's what's wrong with it. and Eisenhower force" I

This is \\alter Lippman speaking. mind I
As the campaign moved along, we tried to i
discuss the i issues and interpret developments you the highly; respected writer who had Pound
earlier announce: his support of KNentmvver.believing .
to the best of our ability. In doing : : as did many others, that the General t LITTLE PIG RIBS S9CII pp.
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this we did not expect that everyonevoult: was to be (he leader of a new d.ly in the Tt r

agree with our views, just as we do not agree' Republican Tart.v. "\lIat abject disillusionment l <

with the views expressed by a majority olnewspapers f e i TENDERIZED I SMOKED HAM SALE

that are supporting the candidacy Anil this same disillusionment, we migh t 0 ,
of General Eisenhower. However, we add is not confined to the top level thinkt-r SHANK- Portion lb. 39c CENTER. Slices, Ib. 98
have tried to discuss these matters in a way like Walter Lippman. It is penetrating to th, I II

that would not offend those who held opposite grass-root Eisenhower :;supporters is wit R : BUTT .- Portion, Ib. 49c WHOLE OR HALF, lb. 59c J
nefsed by a letter signed "Troubled Hepuli- ,
views, and have sincerely tried ti. 'b+ ,
slick to the facts as we could best determine e' lican" is a I5oston newspaper this week. Th (No Head Over 15c)
letter said, in part :
them by gathering material from

different sources as visible.] j l Those as many wh I r.cneral; Kisenhower: today is not the man i MODEL t9L Crisp Heads Lbs E
NOW./: 4 LETTUCE E 2 19CII
held opposite views were free at all times to J I who won the nemtnation.: He is as ii appears "S".
write to us and express them as long as their to me the naive spokesman for determined <4

letters were signed: and did not contain libelous mm of the Tart McCarthy, Jenaer 239,50
matter. persuasion who are willing: ; to use any means Less your old Range_ 50.00 4 4 4 RUSSO Sliced Sweetened Froz in

to the ends they hate in view."- 4
The forthcoming election N one of the mostir.omenioiis justify 4 Cans
|In the history of our rountrv. It Troubled 'Jcpubliean. 189 Of UU) for a limited LimeDURING 4 4 STRAWBERRIES 5 99C ,

i is battle between OUR 4
a two panics whose titic
There must be lots of other troubled R e:- 4 C
philosophy (in spite! of Kepchlnan m.Moosini) <4
publicans, and troubled independents o <
is h far apart as the pois. IVrnap* thiswould wanted to believe so eagerly in the General'"Great OLD RANGE ROUND-UP 4 SUPERBRAND E EMARGARiNE
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not have been !so> true if General li: -en- "
Cru' ade. and troubled ex-Demc
C
hower could have resisted the reactionary crats who wanted to flock to Ike's standaras -I Trade in your old stove today on this modem Magic Chf Colored Quarters Lb 19C\ C -

Old iiianl: ..I.rl't.itllin the" Kepuhlican{ Tarty. a means of expressing their personal ditatt' :;_ gas range -that coots as well as it looks. Streamlined conC ? pp.

Apparently he felt thai, in spite of hi- j ersoiial for certain planks in the Derpocrati struction, fully insulated, porcelain enamel finish. Modernize ; 'p'p
i desire he could
not hope for election
platform.To your kitchen enjoy better, easier cooking. Check 'pp.
without the aid of Taft. JC'tml'r1t'Cnth1:
all such troubled minds we say: stud,Y thesefa 3- -
I Chef features:
and vthers!' of their ilL That: is unforHm tl' 33

It'ends, as far as we are ('concerned any usefulness the speeches of Governor Stevenson : forge et : 3 Northwestern DeliciousAPPLES York CookingAPPLES E
Out
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and the del
General cnhower: t might hhlkl personal prejudices contemplate -
as the leader of a lil eral movement in the inite. constructive program that Stevenso:n[ :I Red Wheel/ Oven Heat Rtgvlator Utility Drawer 4

Republican Tarty.We i is offering the American people: corn par e ; Ont Piece Top Burner Convenience Outlet/ 4 1
his utterances wherever made and be corvinced

feel that a newspaper has an obliga- that here i is a man of complete sir:;!! <4

tion to its readers to try and interpret i>o cerity who does not say one thing in th CENTRAL FLORIDA 4 4

the best of its ability, the i issues involved i ia ii 1 n North and another in the South: one thin Pounds
4 2 39C 5lbsmeshbag45Cr
campaign where the entire future sours e 1 in the East and another in the West. Aft fir 4 I

of our Nation and the world i is concerned W<.e you have done this. with an open mind wy e I GAS & APPLIANCE CO. 4 4 i'W C

felt this obligation to our readers especially believe that you will join in and help to brin:g 4 : t
keenly s-ince all of the daily newspaper:s about another Treat Democratic victory a t i 149 W. Call St. Phone 301 Starke Fla. m 8g>? i'i i

serving this area were supporting the Ue- the polls next Tuesday. I _Ao t ", i--_ --c_ ---:- -'.- : t.

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81, 1958 BRADFORD "" \ TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY OCTOBER
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyryy I hot dog stand. Many participant Tuesday in St. Petersburg.Mr. daughter, Reeda Gene of Gainesville -1 1I I last week. II |f
I I enjoyed the cake walk and the : and Mrs. Dave Donaldsor were our guests over they I I Mr. and Mrs R. B. Thomas of .
LAKE GENEVA' lucky winner of the huge fruitcake of Vero Beach were visiting Mr I!,I Lake City were recent vIsitors of
; weekend, Sunday we drove dowr I
i was Mr. Clark. The radio- and Mrs. Howard Wait and family Mr and Mrs E J, Lewis.
to Cedar Keys for dinner, and I
phonograph combination was won I last week. must the fish were deliciousand Mr. and Mis R \\' Biann-p! Blanche say Mills
by CunninghamAAAuVAuuulu.uuu by Harvey Fipps. I Lee Gainey of Jacksonville wa Food Market
I we really enjoyed them. l were Sund.uisitois:< at
to thankr : in town over the weekend
We'd like our
express I visiting .,,
f I E M and Allen Lewis were ir the home ,1 t h-1: :<'''the-: 1t-: H
Colson for the of hi with relatives and friends.
to G. B. use ?) Lake Wale
busines P
Emma celebratedher I I attending to Gainev
K. Forsythe
', store building in which we servedour Pvt. Earl L. Stokes of Fort
12th birthday recently with', pilau'dinner; also to the whole I'' Jackson, 'S. C. was a recent visitor 401 Call Street Darby BuildingPlenty
:
the Ann
following guests present:
community for their wonderfu1I at the
home of Mr. and Mrs
Martha Sue Fin- EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
and Cox
Johnny 1 I cooperation and help. Eda( Polk and family. i Free We
ley, Glenda W'hitesides, Catherine Parking Deliver
I 1 I' FOR CAPABLE.IBlTIOrs:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Stokes Mrs. Ralph Hazen and Donah1 :MAN I.A
Parker, Vivian Hersey Kay \\11.1I Jr., of La Marque. Texas, have re Hazen, a student at the Umver-i :MARSHALL: riCLI) owned tnterpri-e ha-, openings ax.ul
rath and Linda, Carolyn and Raymond I j _
turned home after spending a ty, were weekend visitors at the able various. areas in Florida for ambitious men of unquestionable r. d v "'
received
Forsythe. She
nice gifts. I short vacation with the following home of Mr and Mrs. E. J. Hazer character and refinement. \ge 26-lill.(> ( IIIII'gssvlucation
many relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and family in Plant City While preferred. :Must be ready to accept position Novein, First Cuts
The following from here will !j and family :Mr. and Mrs E. E there. Mrs. Hazen attended a LB.
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'IMT 10th; lx capable earning ahS.ilhH) a.mti.ilh, 1 or
on the election board Nov:
serve Stokes of Brooker. Mr. and Mrs church association meeting.Mr. .
A, T. N. Finley, E. Starling L. N. Marvin Stokes of Edgar. Fla. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis and interiewrite fully stating; uu;>-. eihii'shoo, CXJM'nein
Kennedy, Lillian Gentry and :Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts, and Allen Lewis were in Bradentoi: phone number to:
Blanche Cunningham. I H. B. Stokes of Starke. one day last week. While there F. E. WENTWORTHP. White BaC01C
T. W. Cunningham entered St. County Commissioner M. 0 they were dinner guests of Mr
Vincent's hospital, in Jacksonville Harrell attended the State Com I, and Mrs Purvis. 0. BOX 6110 ('CIIKAU ILL
for a physical check up. I missioners meeting Monday and' Mr and :Mrs. Reed Mattair am'i. t'-. -
T. M. Finley is spending several ----

and days relatives this week in Macon visiting and friends Atlanta I' -- CENTER CUTS Lb.

Ga.'YYYYYTYYTYYYYYTYTTYTYYYY. i i Cut operating costs, lengthen truck life-buy Dodge 39c


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BROOKER To give you top economy, every unit of a Dodge

i I I '1 +* "Job-Rated" truck is designed and built to latl. SMOKED SAUSAGE Lb.19c

Grace G. Righun : Take hydraulic brakes, for example. They're extra
r+ 4.... big, with long-lasting Cyclebond linings. Brake

uu.uu.uuuuu..uBirthday ,,..' .., k ib ftw pistons are anodized to resist rusting and pitting.

arty + .. Save time and money with easy-handling,
Green A party on her honoring birthday MLa was Shirley giver. h, verable Dodge trucks! Short wheelbase and maneu-wide I IRISH POTATOES S 5 Lbs. 29c!

by her mother Mrs. Earl Green / front tread mean less time in turning, parking, jockeying
Nr- z' into loading position.
last
Friday evening at the Community ) --
Center. The decoration ,. 'r Y less time loading and unloading, too-thanks to

and Miss games Green depicted was the recipient Hallowe'en of, "" s e'r. low stake loading bodies.height, hinged center section on large B LEACH Sun Glo Quart 1 OcI

many lovely gifts from the friend: '$
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who were present to help her cele f There's a dependable Dodge "Jot-Rofea1"'truck to fit :. ____
brate. your job Stop by today.

Assisting Mrs. Green were :Mrs l ? Foremost
LB.OLEO
Rosa Pinholster and Miss Annette r .3 t Economical Engines-Powerful, high-compression i ) .
Green. .... ... Dodge truck engines are designed for outstanding
ANNOUNCEMENTSFire economy and long life. You get exhaust valve seat
Drill, Saturday. Nov. 1 :" 'i rts, lightweight aluminum-alloy pistons, 4 piston
rings per piston with chrome-plated .
top ring
at Firehouse.
2p.m.: .. ... ...... T C
Durable
P. T. A Meeting, Thursday Oct Chassis-Every Dodge truck has a deep, 19
30, 7:30 p.m., school cafeteria. sturdy frame of hot-rolled, high-carbon steel. Long
Home Demonstration Club\ I I "Our maintenance costs springs are made special alloy steel for strength and
resilience. Rear axle shafts
Meeting, Thursday, Nov. 3, : durability. are shot-peened for added

munity Legion Center.Fair, Starke, ITov. com'j have been unusually low"r, ",. 7 ., Dependable! Operation-For all-Re Sn, all-weather
All Home Demonstration Members I ;.,, ;, reliability you get moistureproof ignition, high-tor; q u'7P o -
with crafts, etc. for the exhibit I says R.0.ARBYSHIRE,ft.Dorfysfure Steel Co.,El Paso,Texas \ \ capacity starting motor, big capacity radiator for
are urged to contact Mrs ,1'-.. '" ?: .: adequate by-pass for cooling water, positive-pressure lubrication and Sunshine Lb. Box
1 )"J recirculation.
Bigham or Mrs. Tom'Markey by 'The fine performance of all of our Dodges over the "'\.. KRISPY CRACKERS 23c
Saturday, Nov. 1. years has proved to us that Dodge trucks are truly

Carnival A Success! 'I, like'Job-Rat&f the to fit each specific handle need. All of our drivers See or focfoy ror Me 6esf buy/now cost fron onto' /on... ..
The Hallowe'en Carnival. started I way our Dodges too. The trucks are -

with off the with BHS a "bang"Band of this Starke year highly fortable( maneuverable to drive. Our,maintenance. turn short costs and have are com been t t Lb.

leading downtown the area.parade Costume through prize the unusually trouble.low and" we have had a minimum of mechanical DODGE TRUCKS CHUCK ROAST S 39c


were awarded to the following l
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small group-Andy Gainey, prettiest
; Sue Douglas, cutest; Patty HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. 1)VIK! A\H I.H.IIT IEATGRATED

Bigham, ugliest. Large group---
Linda Gayle Green, prettiest; Oz. Can
Glenda Parker, ugliest. 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLA. PHONE 69 TUNA I Reg. 6 19c

Concession stands included a .
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Where Will Your Child Be Ten Years From Now?






Here Is How Your Child Can Have The School Buildings And Equipment He Needs Now For Counties Such As Bradford, With Low




Tax Yields And Heavy School Needs. AMENDMENT NO. 1 Is The Only Answer. There Just Isn't Enough Money On Hand For Counties




To "Pay As You Go" And Provide Schools For Our Rapidly Increasing Enrollment.




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FACTS ABOUT THE AMENDMENT l'1 1I HOW BRADFORD SCHOOLS STAND TODAY

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Question What is the benefit when vote Question Why is it necessary to vote an amend f School
we I building Florida;; hay fall'n behind ('duration classes: (,\\' need shower and ressjllv
YES to School Building Amendment No. 1? ment to receive this money? =
the increased enrollment. Florida i is the third facilities as well as a place I to have classes in cold I

Answer Additional classrooms; needed imAnswer So that we can obtain a lump sum and f fastest; growing state in the nation fastest or inclement weather. Band students today needpractice

provements and repairs to existing buildings. use it now instead of waiting for the State's growing state east of Mississippi.: In Brad
1 rooms large enough to provide space for
monthly allotment to our county to accumford County the Capital Outlay or building money
!I total band practice. Seniors graduating this I
ulate enough capital for the improvements year
Question Where will the money come from 1 provided by the state has I been sufficient to provide
we need now.Question = need auditorium Students in school I ,
an tad
I only enough money to build classrooms: which ;

Answer The Capital Outlay Fund of the State I I have been needed to take care of increased enronneed the experience of producing a school play or
Foundation Program.
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How can the money be used? = ments. Since 1947( .the state money has been sufficient speaking before a group of people The Community
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Answer The rri one)' which counties may borrow to construct 14 new classrooms and a cafe- today needs} a place where a large group
Questionti'hat is the Capital Outlay Fund of I. teria. There are still classrooms in the
the State Foundation Program? under: this amendment can be used ONLY 1 county can gather for a civic or cultural program Boys
for constructing new buildings or for major = with 38 to 40 students.
and girls not wait for the state to make its!!
Answer The State of Florida allots a certain alterations of existing buildings. NONE ; .

amount of money to each county monthly( of the money can be used for any other Special facilities such as auditoriums, a gymnasium annual payment enough times to build these
which must be used for building I
purposes purpose. facilities. School is school whether held in
only.Question. and band facilities, cost more money than a

I the county draws from the state in one, two or barn or in a modern building but a modern

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Question How does this amendment affect the I even three years These facilities are provided boy or girl will hate the barn which is the schex-l'
Is this money obtained by taxing the !
present or existing state or county financial -
county that receives: it? program? t students in other centers. They have been proor enjoy the modern facilities which is also school.

I vided through local bond issues in most cases.

Answer No. It is obtained by overall existing Answer The amendment, if passed, will have i NOW you can have them without voting a heavy The kind of buildings we have affect tht
state taxes. no affect on the existing financial 1 structure 1
e bond issue on yourself. way your child feels about'school, and the way
of the
county or state government. The .
Amendment will simply guarantee to the j your child feels about school affects what he

Question If we vote "yes," will our sfc\Je and counties that the state of Florida will, for a i Through a pay-as-you-go basis the boys and learns while in school. A good American Citizen
county taxes increase? period of 30 years, continue to provide
$400.00 per unit for building as has been I' coming along 10 years from now MIGHT is one who is proud of his country A good

Answer No. since 1947. l, have these facilities but girls taking physical 1 school Citizen is one who is proud of his school.This .




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR. Pn. ST RKi ;"LOIti, ..\' t. ,

PACK FOUR FRIn\----- -1., -OCTOBER ...... 19......

Woodman Circle WMU NoticesCircles ( Visitor Honored :OT1CK TO 4PPE4R Primus
IB Circuit Court Bradford ( I HiPbuKas, Plaintiffs. ,and file the original In the off.'..

District MeetingThe I! At Coffee Florida la Chancery Klena I'.uhukas. ivfendant.Case XCt. >45'Notice I or the before Clerk the of the Circuit CUll :
of the Baptist W. M. U. ; Party Klva TouiM(! Jonfh. 'OUftt"I : TII .'<;year, I 1 day of December, 19...
Clifford
will hold their monthly meetings I I i; Jones. Defendant.t'a'r To. KleiiF. Hieliukas. whose Ullid..n. otherwise the allegations ,.r ., ,
Northeast District Convention Tuesday at the homes : Miss Etta Fripp of Columbia II III .> To ,\pprar. ". t4blotlp e and address is.: fnknow-i. 1 Complaint will be taken as > nt'. __
following : : You '
No. 2 of the Supreme Forest '1 S C. was the honored guest at a. T.: Clifford II. Jones whose r.- .i- suit for are hereby notified that a'i ed by yon.This .,
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) Woodman Circle will be held in ;, Lorena Epperson circle Mrs. 'I delightful Coffee party from i iI drnrr VV.-vt and .nilrc| i-' I l","" |1:1.| .,.i k Divorce once each notice week shall for four be (cons put,: i,.> !
c.ra ,
Ralph Alvarez leader 3 o'clockat i'I r :Mi-rrt III.'hnioiid, has been filed against you jn the'above weeks in the Dradford .
the Legion Hall in Ocala Thursday -! [ eleven to twelve o'clock last Saturday I ginia Count 1.l
I named Court and
and
cause graph.
No6.. The meeting will i the home of Mrs. Carl Knight.Ida morning given by Miss I You are hereby notified that"ir-I you a-e required to serve a copy of Dated this :21? day Of O't..l.i i

I Gladys Mooty begin at 2 p.m, with the District Darb>' circle, Mrs. N O Maxwell Madge Middleton at her home on suit forDivorce and restoration ...fIII.LI..11 i your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaint to iffsAttonev the (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the A.Circuit J n i..c.. w, '

Phone 35 President, Mrs. W L. Andrews, leader, 2:30: o'clock at the N' Walnut street. name T Frank 1-indrum, fly Marian L. Crosby Deputy i .
I I! r has been filed against in the St.irk.'. K'oi'da! !
presiding and Mrs. Annie Hutch- Fall flowers were used in decorating you 10 31
home of Mrs.
_ .. .I I I Wesley Andrews. above named Court and cause and
-- ings Hooten as District! Attendant. Daisy Fowler circle. Ir.Maxie'' the home for the occasion, 'you are required to genre a copy of 4'I
Many state and national officers with a graceful bouquet arrrac- I your answer or pleading to the i I
Fall Fashion Show Garden Club Carter, leader, 3 o'clock at the I l't'I:-plalnt on the 1'1alntiU'OAttorn..y. LOW COST INSURANCE |:
tively arranged in silver bowl'
will be present. : : a Zarh II. Douglas, :"iO:,

By Junior ClubOutstanding Met Monday NightThe There is a class of ten to be I I Mrs.home Lavern of Mr.Outlaw B. T. as Thomas cohostess.with used serving as the centerpiece table. The of table the buffet was-!I I.'i I.vn.h,.rids. Building: JarksonxiIU.. For Your FARM EQUIPMENT i

three Juniors and file the
and
initiated i111 original In the officeof
EventThe October meeting of the Other events will include Dora Alderman circle, Mrs. H. covered with a linen cutwork the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i
graduate.
Garden Club was held Monday I draping the charter election,I A. Lawson, leader 3 o'clock at the cloth and flanking the centerpiece 'I or before 1 day the of I>e>ember. l2.;;: Protects You From Costly Loss !I,

fall fashion show presentedby evening evening in the Parish I of officers, and installation. home of Mrs. James Lewis. were silver holders with lighted i otherwise the allegations of aid .
'
.
the Junior Womau's Club house on Church street Helen Masters circle, Mrs. Frank red tapers. fessed Complaint by will b. taken as con Damage: or lo"s of farm equipment costs you money, A Mill I
local Grove
from
All members you.
Thursday Oct. 23, in the Woman's members and five visitors pr sent'l to attend askedto Beard, leader 2:30: at the home of Mrs. Mattie Gahagan presidedat ; This notice shall be publishedonce Owner's Mutual Farm Equipment: polio; prot(vN you from l Ii.s.. i!

Club building was an interesting Mrs. R. F. Young, 278 planning are Mrs. A. A. Durden. the coffee service and assisting weeks each week for four consecutive due to fin-, \\ Intl..tonnplo..ion. : theft and other common hayI I
Greenor the
call Past President Mae in Bradford County
highlight of the fall season. Mrs. presided over the business meeting I I the hostess in serving were Mrs 'Telegraph. anls. One or more items can inured, Kquipment: \ UM-d\ for I i iprh'att'
President Mae Jaudon. Doris circle Mrs. Dave .
at which time Mrs. H. B. Pey I Knight i I, N. Breazeale. Mrs. E. L. Matthews II Dated this du: '!.lV of o, toh..r. l'i: :," .
Stanley Noegel, finance chairmanof (OFFICIVT ) Thomas" | and custom operations\ is eligible. See u. toiU)' for toiii
the SIM I. ,
as third vice-- The local delegation will meet Paulk, leader, will meet in Mrs. W. E. Middleton and : A J
appointed I
the club, was general chair ton was I rink it the t'irrnit ''.urt 1 plrte information about thi.low-co.t
president. Mrs. Young and Mrs. at the home of Mrs Andrews, Educational building Tuesday eve : Mary Agnes and Anne Matthews. Hy Marian L m'n.by( It. ptuv! i i'l.) .rk\ protection.
man, and Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell I o'clock. Hostesseswill I 'i I' i : ISOTICF 1
W. R. Morse volunteered as delegates 512 W. Madison St. and will leave ning at 7:30: I I .1
served as fashion commentator. to the District meeting Nov. Starke not later than 12 noon. \ be Mrs. R. O Dansby and Mrs. Notice CONNER & GAY Insurance Agency :,
Fall suits coats dresses, and OES i : ro APPB\R
.
iI
, 5, at St. Augustine. Anyone else Several members from here at. Adolph Gay. I. rirculi Court. Bradford t'on.ty 11(5(; N. Court St. Phone>5 ,
"holiday formals" were featured contact Mrs. I I! Florida In Chancery. i
desiring to go may tended the banquet and installation The Order of the Eastern Star i

from Stumps Bobbins, Barks- Young or Mrs. J. D. Doyle. The of officers in Gainesville Tuesday Weldon Heads will meet Monday evening at .-

dale's Leila's and the Smart B.P.W. club presented the Garden night, at which time Mrs: Andrews Billy o'clock in the Masonic Hall. 81

Shoppe. Some of the jewelry accessories club with $5 as a prize for their was installing attendant. MFY Choir CroupBilly : I Prices in this ad effecthe ? x'-"

wer.e' from Roberts' float in the parade during BusinessWoman's Those attending from here worked I Mr and Mrs W. A. Gay are thru Sat., 'COME SEE COME SAVE

Jewelry Store, with flowers by Week. It was also I on the drill team and Included: Weldon was elected president spending several weeks with Mrs I Nm. list.
to the attention of club Jessie' Chas- ,
Mms. Hunt
Colonial .Florist.
brought
Cynthia, Henrietta of the Methodist Fellowshipchoir Gay's parents Mr. and Mrs. \\ J.
During the intermission two members that a collection of gar- tain, Eunice Wil!'on. Eula Mae
at the First Methodist Epperson, Jr. Mr. Gay has his
June Patel dening books from the General Conner, Rose Lee, ThelmaVise, I "
numbers were sung by
Church in the annual election held orders to report to New Jersey on LOWER
Ann Phil- Extension Division of Florida. U. Clyde Tomlinson, Mae Jaudon = :
accompanied by Betty local last week. Jane Richarde was the 15th for further duty in tho .
also furnished back- of F., are available at the Mae Moore and Eunice Box of i
lips, who Chamber of Commerce office. Jacksonville elected secretary and Judy Green. .. European theatre of <.p >unionsLet's
ground music during the fashion Librarian. The MYF choir is t
show. A piano number was playedby Mrs. M. FHazen program I Starke Grove 27S will have its protect our forests by -
introduced I. P. Shepherd directed by Mrs. T. G. Mitchell '
Gail Duke intermission. chairman installation of officers! on Nov 11. "toting FOR HUE CONTROL
during Mrs. Lloyd Green as accompanist FOOD PRICESP
"How Grow with '
who spoke on 10 I _
The final feature of the show with Gainesville, Lave Oak and
Roses." Mr. Shepherd stressed Jacksonville assisting. Friends of Col. D. E. Knight ;,
was a bridal scene with Mrs. James suitable for this I' I
using the roses regret to know he is still confined
Stewart wearing her wedding, the best .
Florida and
section of I i to his home and is slowly improving !
dress and Lucy White and Joanne fertilizers and dust to use on Legion AuxiliaryMet Executive Board I
from a stroke which he
Smith as brides maids; Louise them. A question and answer + AIA&P
I
TuesdayThe
suffered five weeks
i board of the ago.
executive
Stern maid of honor; Sharon I period on roses was held after MrShepherd's The ,!,

Noegel as flower girl and Larry interesting talk. American Legion Auxiliarymt Starke Woman's Club will meet -
Thursday afternoon, Nov. 6, at If you want to help :jour coup J
Noegel as ring bearer. Other Mrs. Peyton, in charge of the at the Legion Home Oct. 21
'
club house. vote TOR'IRE CONTROL
3:30: o'clock in the tj
models taking part were Martha Garden Club booth at the County with Mrs. Claude Cio\\son. president SPECIAL Quick Frozen Grade "A

Landrum Margaret Miller Betty I Fair Nov 3-8, is asking for volun- I presiding !

Deas Jane Trawick, Pq tf .tyW; teers to give several hours a day 1 i Commander \\'. H. Giaham Ray i iI I Dressed and Drawn

eon, Martha Home, Hue11" R tcb,1 at the booth. Stone and Ben Suslow presented! I Super Right Hard t

Barbara Colley, Nan<'y"DuPre, the social hour, the I I I!
During the Auxiliary with a 550; check to M

Wanda Crosby, Martha Yancey Paulk, hostesses Miss Ross Della Rosenberg'j I be used for veteran's rehabilitation. I,i Corn Fed Fresh Pork != HENSPound j [ S

Chessie Derrick, Faye Miss Dorothy McDonald served refresh i Members will bring gifts to I!
Lawson JoAnn Slade Madge
Aliese ,
the Nov. meeting for the Christmas ,
Johnnie Bennett, Sandra Johns, ments. I I "Joy" shop at the Veterans I I Those little Pixies got out early': Lt Joe Andrews arrived home !

Judy Green, Patsy Silcox, Garnita The November meeting will beheld hospital in Lake City Coral 'this year begging for their :Sunday with his discharge In BOSTON BUTTS = 41CLb.

Parker, Jean Mundy, Sylvia Al at the O. L. Beasley home on I Gables and Bay Pines.It I I j "Tricks or Treats" just about I i :his hand from Fort Jackson S C
Beas
varez, and Jewell Noegel.The N. Walnut street with Mrs. ate us out of house and home last I I.j Ij I.. see Robbie Shaller is working
proceeds from the show ley and :Mrs. J. W. Kincaid as was reported that Mrs. Ray i when 10 12 i' :for Charles Shepherd now he had< .
hostesses. Theme of the meetingwill Newsom was presented with a I j Friday night or or j jt 39C !
will be used for the Library Fundof Decorations. more t I more at a time came up to the :, been employed at the G C S.
be Christmas gold pin for having given .
the Junior Woman's Club. door for treats-hate to thinkseems Naval base .. glad to hear Chief
than 1400 hours as a volunteer I
Club Sunshine Lady at the VA hospitalin I what tonight will bring a I 'Thornton is getting along nicelyat -_- -- -_ '-- __--_ _-_ _-r PRODUCE Eel A LBREAKFASiliBACON

Sara Williams Junior Lake City where her husband is shame they have to pop out streetlights I Glendale Hospital.! Palatka and

DinnerA I "just for fun" in their itching to come home sorry to
Plans confined.
Weds Leon Gray Jr. Iceberg
I wanderings around town Lots hear that Daisy Perryman ha
New members recently joining;
dinner honoring new memberswill of Hallowe'en parties too, in the : been under the weather the past
Miss Sara Williams of Starke.
the Auxiliary are: Mrs T A. II'
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. E. F. be held at the regular monthly Yawn Jr., Mrs. J. W. Bitch Mrs! past week-Dorothy Ford's last I II week with virus and hear Mary

Williams of Cross City becamethe meeting of the Junior Woman'sClub Ernest Phillips. Mrs. W. M. Muhl- Saturday night was quite an af Rivers Stubbins is confined with LETTUCE E Ej

at the club house, Monday I fair everyone had to come masked ; the mumps Vernon Underhi
bride of
Leon A. Gray Jr.,, hofer. Mrs L. S, Hullo Mrs Shel ( ;
eon of Mr and Mrs. Leon A. Gray 'evening at 7 o'clock. Ved- lie Hall Mis Jerry Gay MNsFrances : and costumed and no one knew''' left Sunday for San Antonio. 1/ Lb Can 69C 1

Mrs. C. W. Webb of Ponte who each other was until Texas where he joined the Air '
Sr. of Gainesville, Thursday evening -
and Mrs George 1 heads
of JuniorClubs Morgan I large '
at 6:30: o'clock in the ra, district director I ,after the party was well under Force at Lackland Field j 2 9C
will be the guest speaker. Kaufir 'nn.Aftl'r ''way !I the
Methodist Church Starke with Hostesses for the evening will 1 th; meeting the members hear that Ewell Lawson I II Among those attending L
Rev Leslie Shepherd of State was the most gruesome looking Georgia-Florida football game last Foss
chairman, I I I Apple
be Mrs. E. A. Yancey, went to Mrs Crowson's for re
Farm reading the nuptials.The Mrs. Olin White, Jr., Mrs. M. R freshments. t:- Saturday were: James and Glad. -- "'; -- ---
bride had as her attendent, Judd :Mrs. S. E. Simmons Mrs: I I Hobbs, Dot and Bill Powell BUild',; jar 4C :- ::uiii ..-- -- --, -. -- .--'7I

Mrs. G. J. McGtiff Jr. who was J. O. Gay, Mrs. Ernest Phillips and ;i was a little Chinese girl Max- I and Lil Bishop, C. H. and Toot I JELLYIb L .

attired in a green knit dress with Mrs. Robert Green. 'I WSCS NoticesCircles line Hildeibran dressed as a clown ;I Quirk, Nina Bishop. Comer Perry : Pascal

beige accessories and a shoulder seals will be addressed I and Eldon Hardy won the sea man. Billy and Elizabeth Noege
TB
corsage of yellow carnations. Christmas at this meeting and aV] of the Methodist! vanger hunt prize which sent the Edith and Leslie Biggs John anl1' I Sultana /Ige stlk
W.SCS. will hold! their XO'embelmet'tin
Miss Williams chose for her members are urged to bring a guests all over town looking fur Sarah Torode, Mac and Margate CELERY 19C

wedding a beige knit afternoon ;; next week. i signatures from prominent men McGnff, Jerome Johns Charles'i ton2Grs \; 1
fountain pen. Circle 1, Mrs. L. A. Davis, 29C
dress complimented with Navy The club is sponsoring a nursery leader, will meet Tuesday mo-ni;j:;':!j inning town, cigar butts chick!'!' and Ted John, Charlie and Gar.H RICE !

blue accessories and a shoulder at the club house on election da y at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs."'I I feathers, etc, etc J. E. Hilde- nita Parker Ruth and Steve Simmons : U. S. No. 1 York

corsage of pink carnations. for the convenience of mother! I Charles Darby with Mrs. J. R.1 bran was dressed as a bulldog. Frank and Carleen Lan I

Serving the groom as best man who want to leave their childrer L Wainwright as cihoste I Bette Dear as a rooster, Martha drum Kent and Jewel Williams Bottle
Hunts Tomato
was Jim Leukel of Gainesville.The while they vote. Yancey as a pickaninny and Net! Maurice Lucille and Carolyn Edwards : 45C
leader APPLES6s
Patch
I Circle 2, Mrs J. H ,
bride Is local manager of will meet Monday afternoon at t: I i Yanoev as- Al Jolson Normani and Judge and Lois Perry 14 oz 41Clona j

the Western Union, where she will Mrs. Nelson Green I 3 o'clock. i i Allen and! LuJd:' Faxon as baboon man. Dolph. Vernon and Dress KETCHUP

continue to work, and the groomis I Circle 3, Mrs A. Wood, leader,. Iweie I some of the characters at- Reddish, Jack Sapp and Cp'I i''! anDean

a junior engineer at Humphreys Hostess At PartyMrs. will meet Monday afternoon at: (i tending the party they enjoyed Sewell. : Mcintosh EatingAPPLES

Gold Corp. The young couple are her I 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. F..j j a wiener roast in the back yard Hear that two Bradford Count"
Nelson Green honored
at home to friends in one of Hal McComb 'after the sea vanger hunt and Ned brothers. Beryl and Pat Case, Sweet Ibs
mother Mrs. Winifred Wimberly.and I
Edwards' cottages on Kingsley :Mrs. A. Wood at a birthday Mrs. L. D. Vining, chairman of f:: Yancey won a prize for being had the pleasure of meeting IIJ: No 303 can 2 19C

Lake. party Thursday afternoon of last i supplies, lequests members t o I able to whistle with a mouth full with one another in Sicily recently PEAS2 13C

week at the Green's country homo I bung their gifts for Brewstei of crackers musta been some Seems their ships have hot \
Hospital to the circle meetings. been maneuvering in the MediVi r.,
UDC NoticeThe i Jacksonville highway. i party
the
I Ion Mr.1 I '
Golden Cr. 303'Nutley
: Libbys Style
Wood was 75 years old on Also having a Hallowe'en party ranean and finally! got withi

W. T. Weeks chapter U. and Mrs. Wimberly was 81 on Oct. I Winsome Class Tuesday evening was Gunga Patel hailing distance of each other !

D. C. will hold its November meeting 24 fiery and Pat had a lit1\ : !If cans
I !so
who had 10 girls over to her 1 33C
Has lb. CORN
I I
Tacky PartyThe
Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 5,. The dining room table was overlaid house for games and a wiener I family reunion all their ownNell LEO 19C I \
I
at 3:30 o'clock at the home of lace cloth ,
with a handmade Winsome Class of the Baptist -. roast in the yard Mural Gard- j: seems to be all for m>\'
Mrs. W. F. Godwin with Mrs. W. and centered with an attractively I entertain"ed ; So long See MHI ,n :P1. \
church held its annual tack [ ner at a dmner-bi f
J, Chandler and Mrs. J. B. Cottrellas decorated birthday cake. Pot I
cohostesses. arrangedin party Monday evening at th" Hallowe'en party Tuesday e\'e'l I next : lona
plants were effectively .1 Vernon Silcox home Hostesses! ,;; ning honoring Jacqueline Mooior' ('ar I') Ii Lux Toilet
-
occasion
the living room for the
Ib box
Help FOR Mrs. T. G. Mitchell for this' gay party were Mrs.. : birthday helping to celebrate ', bar
jour county bj voting Rev. and Lit' protcit our stage arn 'i COCOA 31C

HUE CONTROLs and baby daughter, Barbara 1, Charles. Xed Dirby:Yancev, Mrs and Tommy Mr- Silcox.NohnMis the occasion were Edith BipKvJoe b>' voting TOK) FIKE: ('ONTKOLTROUBLES SOAP reg 7C \
Andrews. June Patel and
Jeanne Mrs. Titus Olson and lrs,1! .. .
The Hallowe'en motif was attractively
Wood's Sunday school class were Frances Taylor also Tuesdayi ,, \

among the guests invited for the I carried out in the jack:: i! was "Big" Dolly Sullivan's birthday \ Sultana Imitation Van. 8 Oz.
o-Lmterns' witches and black cal :
America most party Mrs. Wood's Sunday school i decorations The refreshmenitable ; she says "Life Begins at 40" M rI ; Planters

enorm/'no; watch! .,, class presented her with a large j also carried out the theme. and celebrated with a dinner party ..t. .. .(. J'....).... > btl. flC
of
basket of delicious fresh fruits I The :25!; members present all appropriately .. out at El Rancho understand 'l.(.... ""'" PEANUTS 33C EXTRACT

BULOVAC all kinds. 'i dressed in tacky out. P. M Barefoot had a birthdays V
her
assisted
Mrs. Green, by
11J.1
a'i ir \
his had
fits, played Hallowe'en game: Saturday and family i \
daughters Misses Oleeta. Ruby ',
\ during the evening. Prizes fo: get-together on Sunday other I .
and Phoebe Green served refreshments '
l G ll l' G1L I the best dressed were given t4
:Mrs' L. D Haines, first prize, I. '! Gardner on Oct. 31, John Torode ., ( 11
I .r Ci
I W B :Mundy. second prize, an>j' Nov 2, and Leslie Biggs Nov I \ I
21 JEWELS et's protect our homes bj I SWEETHEART 13 CiEr
I Mrs Irene Browser third prize. 3. II I
i '
toting FOR FIKE COXTKOL.: iI I -i I D E
I Have you noticed those lovelynew I I

i Schaeffer Children homes going up just outside i t ltVER

I: Have Theatre Party of town on the Raifor highway? I I CoME SING-LY. Large Package
PICTURE I I they belong to Inman and l8C

ManAnn and David Schaeffer Melba Green and next door Haze! nor can you tell what kind ol DOG for 27C 1
FOOD 2
T
V TUBEANY entertained at a theatre party Sat and Herbert Green-they'll be trouble may come next. ;

r urday afternoon the occasion be moving in around the first of the 'You may have plenty of fire \

ing Mary Ann's eighth and David's year Nookie Fowler tells me house but that \ Small HarDIAL
insurance on your \
M\tn birthday anniversaries. : that husband Ensign Dick callet''! SOAP 2 for 23c
does not cover the loss if your : ,
DOILY MADISON ,. Following the show the young her from his ship Sunday while
21 guests were taken to the M.: K 200 miles out from Jax his: Automobile bums up. Automo -- --
j1 i jewelsI.xFoasoa : :
; Bracelet Schaeffer home on Laura street ship, the USS Tarawa, was supposed bile liability insurance protects HEINZ E I jC FLAKES, gepkg 27c

I 5750 I where they were served ice cream to land at Mayport on ton, I r you against damage suits arising -
MAKE $ and birthday cake. 1 I from to other people but km2k
day but high !seas has held up the injuries R''NSIge
Guests included Linda Wasdin, of
the bills for the Condensed Cream
landing-he will be home for a .it does not pay ,
ANY Richard Fowler Nora Schaeffer, ( -------------" ---------" "
: few da"s'i 'injuries suffer in_the
it when they do land you nay
Randy Chism. Sally Sink, Carolyn I No Rinse SURF Ige pkg 28cWOODBURY |
,
MODEL ,i. T K. McClane and son, Tom. same accident
Pellum.
I Hope and Arthur HolhI I Celery
day. Phillip and Linda Lyons, all I of Winter Park were overnight Why not come in and let us --- "

1 Year Guarantee ,lof Starke and Barbara Kitty and !' guests last Friday: of the Glen fco over your insurance program : reg bar 7c

Oregon Shyrock of Ocala, cousinsof Dukes another surprise wedding .
with ) This fully -
w -
you agency S 0 U P

ROBERTSJEWELRY I I the Schaeffer children. !: took the this big week-Sara step with Leon WilliaT Gray!.. prepared to give expert advice Spry SHORTENING, 3 Ib 81c

the subject. =I __
on
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last
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St. Mark's l evening at the Methodis t 1"


Your Friendly Jeweler d.y i: Chas. C. Shepherd Mark's Auxiliary AuxiliarySt. of the I church both the. best. want of everything to wish then. : H. C. \ft''all AgencConstant Y 2 11-oz. cans 27C j A & P FOOD STORE


RADIO TV Episcopal church will meet Monday ., prettiest cake seen recently wa i ,
I afternoon at 3 o'clock at the the one Louise Kite made fo r I Service Over \ The Great Atlantic and Pacific TV* ( w
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Phone 239 Parish House. Hostesses for thE<, Terry Duke on her 6th birthday fiO Years- 300 East Call St.

I afternoon will be Mrs. Lemuel l Please Phone 146 i

Price Includes. federal tax Colson and :Mrs. H. C. Brown. VOTE for jour children's future. ;.;;.

.VOTE for Fire Control Q


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OCTOBER SI. 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FiABIDA :
PACE FIVlLr

M. G. McMillan of Aiken S. C. I I' Mr. and :Mrs. J. P. Hazen and I :Mr. and Mr Mrs A G Louden left Mr'
Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swindall Mrs. C. G Barksdala: and E J Flynn .uui M"> L M Mr and M-3 P C Raines and Mr and Mr1 R luud o
was a visitor to Starke last I and son Anthony will leave Thursday -i' daughter, Janie, of Ocala were, and Murray Thomas of Lake But- Saturday for Marion, Ala. due tc Gray of Gainesvil'p" Tuesday< ons. Bill and Johnny, of Gainesville children and_ Mr and Mrs J \\

Thursday. | Nov. 5, for Kentucky where j Sunday guests of Mr. and :Mrs. V.I' ler are spending this week at the ( the illness of Mrs. Louden's in Jacksonville. were Sunday evening guestsof Ritch and son. Fnnklin .:(ten ;t" '
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middlelon Rev. Swindall has accepted a call V. Hazen. I Barksdale's camp at Salt Springs.Mrs. mother. Increase income of the county bj Mr and Mrs Sam Anderson the 50th anniversary anti.! h.i .
and Mrs. W Q. Dowling of Jacksonville to a new pastorate. He has hen Mrs. R. L Rutland of Willistonwas Frazier Shaw entertainedat Walter Barnes of New Canaan. toting FOR FIRE CONTROL. Mr and Mrs A 1.1 Buft'ni a' d coming of the Bapti-t i !1n'\ '
were Sunday guests of: pastor of the First Christian, the Saturday guest of Mr. '! a surprise birthday dinner on Conn, is spending several days Mr and Mrs Wilhau! Pas of son. Jackie and Bib Crawford of Jennings on Suiulty:
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. !| church here for the past thieelyears. I and Mrs. L. A. Davis I j I I Sunday for Mr. Shaw. Out-of. this week with the \'. S St. John Tallahassee "rpnt tTvtekeiid Tallahassee were weekend guest Help the wage earner h> \ntiu,:
Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swindall! j jIt's :Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker;' town guests were Mr. Shaw's sisters family. with Mr and MiL D Green; of Pi and Mrs H P. Stubbins FOR t'lIttTIWL.: .
and son spent several days visit- in the 3rd column on the pent the weekend in Jacksonville !; and their families. Mr. and Rain or shine, VOTE.: Andote

ing relatives and friends in Tampa ballot. Vote FOR TIRE CONTROL visiting Mrs. Lettie Parker and i] Mrs. Clarence Scaff and son. FOR FIRE CONTROL. .
last week. attending the Florida-Georgia ;t Ronald, of Clearwater and Mrs.T. Mrs. L. D. Vining spent last 'I

PARAKEETS at 8i trunk's. I Mr. and Mrs W. L. Gamble and game. J. Tomlinson and son, Robert week visiting her parents. Mr '
Mr and Mrs. T. R. Spaikman.. daughter of Gary. Ind. will arrve! | :Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Jr., Mrs. T. of St. Augustine.Mr. I and Mrs. W. L. Joiner in Atlanta. !

and three children of Gay Ind. th'i week for a visit with hi c'I C. Hazen, Jr. and Mrs. Ray L. and Mrs. A. L. Brown of Ga. FREE
will arrive this week to make their mother, Mrs. M. J. Sadenwater.Mr. I Stone attended the American i Richmond, Va. returned to thir I Mrs. Lyle A'111'on.. Ji t took TransportationTO
home with Mrs. Sparkman's mother : and Mrs. V. W. Stnckiand. l 1 Legion Auxiliary school of instruction home Sunday after two weeks' I I son. Mike, to Hope Han on Monday

Mrs M. J. Sadenwater. '!, Jr. of Daytona Reach spent the ; in Ocala last Sunday. visit with their parents, Mr. and j I for a check-up.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Terrell, Jr. Mrs. M. J. McRae.
weekend I
with their ; Dr.
Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Houpt flew, parent ,
of Tallahassee were Sunday guestsof Roddy Struth was home for the'i
to Dayton Ohio Sunday to at. and Mrs C. J. Houpt. The four
attended the Georgia-Florida' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite. weekend with his parents Mr. and ,,
tend the funeral of Dr. lloupt'afather
who died Oct. ITT They(I game in Jacksonville Saturday. Go to the polls and vote FOR Mrs. Merrill Struth. He is attending The gift t tlwt t S 1YS

returned Thursday: I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Young had, FIRE CONTROL George Military College. v: ,
as their dinner guests: Saturday)' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams : Milledgeville. "I 1 lore ? I
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza,I Joncl'ery
1 Rev and Mrs. Homer Swinda! of Tallahassee were visiting Mr. ROSE BFSIIES at SlstrunkV AND
daughter, Gloria Johns and son,!j.i and son Anthony. and Mrs. Lester Crews and Mrs.I| Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Oliver of i!
Cliff, spent Sunday with Mr. and{i last shining hour .
J. M. Mitchell on Thursday of Jacksonville were last Friday ]
Mrs. T. J. Griffin.Tt1LpIj. I i MK. an-1: ,Mn1.; H. B. Montgomery ,
( : guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
week. I
j i of Giiftin, Ga: are visiting Mrs. I II |,
I W, F. Godwin and' Mrs.V.. J.!j I Mj. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum Brown. Mrs. Brown and children i I i FROM
I spent the weekend with Mrs.
I Chandler this. week. Mrs. E. D.! and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Williams
J White",'alsol>! Griffin, I is the guest,i I of Brooksville spent the weekend I Ii Brown's mother Mrs. L. M Wim-
I of the Henry Godwins this week. i in Jacksonville and attended the berly in Lake Butler.
Florida-Georgia Friends of Mrs. Chailey Johns : THE POLLSELECTION
i,I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and game.
daughters. Cynthia and Pricilla,1 Mr. and Mrs. Rene' Garcia and will regret to hear that she is i
daughter, Vivian, returned last confined in St. Vincent's Hospital I
\of Live Oak spent Sunday with II
Fri., Sat. Oct. 31. Mrs. D. L. Silcox and Mr and, week from a ten-day vacation trip ]: where she underwent an operation 'ISO I II II I
Nov. 1 I Mrs. Vernon SilcoxGRSOlinE to Miami, Tampa and Key West. j j on Tuesday. She i i" getting along 4 diamond.In I I
DOUBLE FEATURE i Mr and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. as well as can be expected. Ina.fei To* I
,. and son Greg, of Tallahassee: For the Little Man, ante FOR
HURRICANEISLAND were visiting Mrs. Davis' mother FIRE CONTROL ,
Apr a
"GOSSIP"1 Mrs R. J. Davis, from Sunday to Mrs. Havana Johns wa in Rai- I \ DAY
d i Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. ford Sunday visiting her sister-in-
With John Hall and Marie
Smith Jr. and son, Larry, of Mun- I law, Mrs. Opal Johns, who is
Wlnsor i By "Shorty"'Pete'sure '
son will also spend this coming seriously ilLMembers $ )
AND 1--- :, weekend with Mrs. Davis. of the First Christian I k
1j j APl ear TI.IiP"'I., church will have farewell I
a basket
Mr. and Mrs :M. Tafford and CALL 118
ARIZONA i I dinner on the church lawn Sunday I
i daughter Barbara, of Miami spentthe GIVE HER A I
I I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. following services in honor of Rev
\\1th Jean Arthur and Mrs. Homer I
Swindall.
B. C Holtzendorf, Jr.
Also Serial and Cartoon I Mr. and Mrs. Ji.b.y win
J Bruce Galloway of f I .
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs
Sun., Mon., Tues. Nov.
Donald Bennett of Jacksonville
234 I : FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S were Sunday guests of the Var 1 : (ttclels: ,

BEND of the RIVER II I ,..,' d. "s.. Patel family I I
I \1 __'Dees. For Gardens, taiviis. Flowers. DIAMOND WATCH I
With James Stewart and Arthur II I 6 I I JUST ONE I
: \'IelIroIarGrow: II '-Gr' -alSISTRUNK'S. t !I Andrews Motor
Kennedy gets wrappedupin ; FRIGIDAIREMade Few gifts are more excitingut CompanyI
Also "I/MMte Nut" Cartoon and his work!" Christmas than
Latest News" only by General i) Mr. and Mrs A. D. Mei.Mer ant 1 an
_I __ Motors Corp. All other :, daughter of St. Petersburg weni ELGIN WATCH I

"'ed., Thur. Nov. 5, 6 We're serious. about keeping Electric Refrigerators are i i: dinner guests' Monday of Sherif f ___ I
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE jour oar in lop condition and made by other companiesand and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. For an ELGIN a deep i i
'i j Mrs May Dickins returned t a personal expression of your I
satisfaction. the word
giving cannot
you use ,
A YANK IN l Frigidaire. her home in Sanford Tuesdaj admiration for the person I Ford Dealer
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Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mrs.Vilsor you need only glance at ;i
I For Over 30 Years
KOREA Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE has as guest several days thi these ELGIN'S to know I

i wepk.Irs.. S. T. Dell, Sr. ol f that here is beauty beyondmeasure Ii
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With Lon MeCallister
j ij Sales & Service Gainesville. Beauty that I _
AND 1 THEN SEE Mrs. John Sale and Mr. an d 3 cannot help but commandattention. I I
YOUKONMAN I Mrs. John Yates of Valdosta
t kA AAAA A AAAA L A A AA A A AA LH Cal .
E. H. SMITH will visit Mr. and Mrs. Guy l e
HUNT : Kaiser Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP on Sund'iv.. Guy Sale returne TheELGIN

With Kirby Grant Tenth and Temple Ave. home from St. Vincent's hospital I WATCHBy : r

AKo Latent New Temple Ave. Ph. 32 j I last Sunday where he underwentan Traditionmerica's _
Starke, Fla. operation and is convalescing F --
I I I at home this week. Oldest and Finest.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAbuyatKOCH'S VOTE for the ,welfare of Bradford '
The THE ROYALTY LINEwzij
County hy voting FOR FIRE: r
ELGIN WATCH
CONTROL.Mrs.: .
now Paul Underhill entertained f By Tradition Accurate r

:,13 guests at a surprise birthday Performance at every price

party Monday evening for her level From I

And SAVE MONEY 1 husband, Mr. Underhill. Mr $33,75 to $295.00 I
: TTndeihill received many useful
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BIG SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK children. and of Jacksonville Mrs. T. G. Ritch spent and the p Visit Our TheseBeautiful Store -- See I i

C weekend with their parents Mr,
American Beauty E and Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mrs, WatchesOr

All Steel $1.89 Carrie Ritch. See Our I
Wagons ALL METAL E EsnooTS Mrs. Joe Jordon. the former

Julia Lawson, of Lake Wood, N Window DisplayEd I
J. arrived home Monday morningto
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two weeks with
spend her par I
rnts. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson.. Simpson I I
Mechanical Tractor 98c '
i The Baptist W. I.U. held its I

first all day meeting of the nevI
Large IGInchMechanical I I year studying "Scattered Abroa.l" Gem Jewelry

Luncheon was enjoyed after th P
Racer 98c I i I, meeting. Starke's Oldest Jeweler ( /

I Grow bigger! better plants. IV and Seaboard Railway "
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'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 sary on October 19. The day began I: al", There were three memoria1I : Sundae School Annex at the noon fTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTV I around a little Saturday Will be Jrenf Jacksonville attended : rXIOXltUH'ORn : v,

with Church School at 10 o'clock decorating the church hour. glad to see him home again I
bouquets
i I i church at Bayless Hiway Sunday
LAWTEY% under the direction of H. O. Harley i I They were in honor or Mrs. A. M 'I I: Last Saturday afternoon at 5' BAYLESS HIWAYbj \ Mrs J. R. Kelly and son Robert '' and were dinner guests of Mr. ,i The Union-Bradford ;-,,,. e

general superintendant. At:I, Blanchard, and Mr. and Mrs. T 30 an alarm was given that the: Sherman Crosby, Wayne Douglas. Kdw ard' mother 'i t Convention will meet at r- ,
by L. II. Futch the 11 o'clock service Rev. Wilson, i!I J. Terry. Miss Catherine Youngof I I home of J. H. Moore was on fire :Mrs O. E. CrosbyUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Louise Johns and Johnnie Frances s and! father Rev 'Baptist church Sunday rat ,
I Volunteers began rushing to th and! Mia K.une- 2 o'l lock
pastor of the Citra :Methodist Lakeland was soloist for the : Crews were among the football
kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJGrace Church and a former pastor of occasion. and Rev. W. T. Waltersthe i i I home and found that only an out fans treking down XX'ilh-ton \\.IY

Methodist Church of Law- the Lawtey Church, spoke on the pastor, had charge of the services building was actually on fire, but Church News for the Lake Butler"11 ht"11 I Minstl"thinc I

\ tey celebrated its 63rd anniver-I subject "Christ's Church Etern Dinner was served in the since this building housed the wai We had a large crowd at church game Friday night. flL T nllLL STORE Estahlished 1M!It. fg .
terpump there was no water avail I ,
_, ,I I i I Sunday morning and evening We Mr. and Mrs. Edwards! ir i :
able. Marshall Thomas secured the :
were very happy to see a large
services of Winton ;
Parrish an his forestry fire truck and withthe number of young folks visiting ,j
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE and welcome everyone anytime. j i
help of this truck and the asMtance
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Don't forget the revival which'
AT of the many people whc
begins the night of Nov. 2nd. ,
j Newest! Nimblestl
were present the Ore was confined !
to the small buildingvhicr Services are to be held by the pas
tor Rev. A. G. Karnes.
was a complete loss, but no dam-
Everyone try to attend these
mage to the main buildings. This I
services and hear a good gospe'messag ,
.. .
->n ws the need of some fire fighting
Devotional begins at :
equipment in the city. I
p.m. and preaching at 8 p.m. corand .' Power Packed
% The Lawtey Junior High Schoo1iflci bring someone. I Beauty
its annual Hallowe'en Carnival
Well congratulations this Wet. I
at the School on Saturday
go to the Henry Cones. It's aj I i
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October 21, with the
usual at. t" .
girl for them. The young lady arrived .
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NewVaueWITHOUT Tdi-tions and a continuous motior Saturday night at Doctor'sClinic ; <...:> .,'t. II yF .... ""oS,........>.
picture in the Auditorium as ar t-"l ,t: "
in Starke. She acquiredthe -
added attraction. The ladies of theP lj ,)
name of Cynthia Christine; ..Y. 1''tiit/ :
T A. served a delicious chicker ,qt. ,, ..1 /
that is a lovely name for a lovely "I. { >
dinner in the school cafeteria. Mr.Ingram. \ ,. ,"In.r.. \-.
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last sn.a.M
lady. The reports were that : I
$ 69' the principal, reported both mother and daughter were ....;;
'hat the gross receipts were about doing fine.
$400
Sure glad to see Dollie and Al-
Mr and Mrs A. F. Brown had
( TANK )Jell fred Browen from Virginia visi-
*> their recent guest Mr Brown'f
t ting relatives around Saturday.
Gould M. Brown of New York.
soil
}'on terms if you wishClean Mrs Lucille Lovell and Mrs. .: ,.
Mr Brown was in Jacksonvillerepresenting
Owen Vaughan went to Jackson-
the Bible Truth Mission ,
Work-Free Comfortat ville Thursday shopping and visi-
on a preaching mission and ; .
ing.
Rock Bottom CostDUOTHERM :
to for
dnie Lawtey an overnightisit
by Sorry to hear that Mrs. W. R.
: with his father I! Haislop was confined to her home i i
:Mr and Mrs Henry A. Hill reonrted -. last week with tonsihtis. Come Put It Through Its Paces !
this week that their yellow
I am enjoying a swell time with
tiger-striped cat died on Oct ,
I have had to few-
20! after living to the ripe old mumps. miss a
Right now, at Dodge dealer's, there's
I i days of school. I'll assure! you I your a
age for( a cat) of 18 and one
half years. The Hills brought the ,.I prefer teaching to vacationing -leek Power Packed Beauty that is just waiting

,at with them from Long Island I t with mump! a ior you to get behind the wheel i and take; a

c when they came to Florida five :I Sure was sorry to hear about t "Road( Test" ride. Come drive it todaYou'll \ '.
Cause of Tom's death the serious illness of Aunt Sue
;
years ago. ,
discover a new kind of car, built for
:
heart attack.Mr. Sapp in the Alachua County hos-
1 pital.! Last report on her condi- action and tailored to the needs of active,
.
and Mrs. Howard Miner v
i tion was improved. on-the-go Americans.: It will
and son Buck were visiting Mrs open your eye
i Effie Miner last Sunday.Mr. i Well we finally brought Sher- and .
Spteifirattoiu Eqitipmnt tuhjrrt to dbang tnIAoIIIlIIfit.
i man home from the He
hospital
and Mrs. L. H. Futch were
OIL HEATERA i in Lake Butler last Tuesday at. is doing fine since he finally learn- Thrill to Its Surging Y-Eight Power!
i ed to walk with the aid of crutches. -
tending the funeral of their cou
He had one pretty hard fall'' ]Nudge; the accelerator,
.1 ALL NEW! .BRAND NEW!
sin, .
Avery Tyson.Mr.
Low-Priced Duo-Therm Circulating Heater with Superb New Styling : but that was enough for him. He r- and feel the eager
and Mrs. Leonard Johnsor i takes his time and does fine on 1 Y ,t response of the most

Handsome new IMPERIAL by Duo- gives more heat from erery drop and family of Palatka and Mrs I[ them now. "1 efficient engine design
"shadow box" of oil! Loca Whitten and Miss Dora | Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wood and } in any American mr! '
with
Therm smart
Johnson of Lake Butler were ir ,.r This new 140-h.p. Red 53
{ children of Jacksonville visiting D d
panel front. Waste Stopper keeps more heat in were /
Lawtey last Sunday afternoon. his sister and brotherinlawthe Ram V-Kight is a lie 0 e
Rich brown finish with contrasting your home. Fully Coordinated Con Mrs. W. T. Walters is spending I I H. B. Kellys Sunday after- : \ry/ with power. It makes g
brass trim. trols. Automatic Draft Minder. several days: in Jacksonville this' noon. i New 140-J).p. you the master of hill

Exclusive Duo-Therm Dual ChamCome in today-see this brand new week visiting relatives! and at. :Mrs. Floyd Crosby entertained Red Ram V-Eight and highway.

ber Burner burns clean at any setting oil heater value now! tending to business. with a Hallowe'en party Saturday -,t

for the young people. About i iI TEST Tfte
I ROAD Jcffon Car 7 r,4ct/l/e ,4merictJ/7S
NOTICE '
Complete line of Duo-Therm Fuel Oil Heaters for 1 to 6 rooms; and four- I sixty enjoyed playing Hallowe'en1
Anyone having three I games during the evening. Refreshments -

room furnished apartments will i were served at a late VISIT YOUR DODGE DEALER TODAY
please send the listings to the hour by Mrs. Crosby assisted by i,
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Chamber of Commerce as soon as I her daughters, Wanda and Mary
possible as there i js a shortage of Alyce.

places for families. I i Sherman Crosby was visitinghis HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

I uncle \V. T. Crosby who is a
222-224 Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke Fla. Phone 1G6( ''patient! in St. Luke's hospital Sim
ALL KINDS OFFICE MTrLIES day. He says Tat feels much better GOO Tl'mpltH': Starke. Florida Phone hI)
I \ AT TilE TELEGRAPH
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Our FORESTS Are GREATEST ASSET !









V ote FOR FIRE A CONTROL COUNTY UNIT X On Tuesday, November 4th





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EIGHTY-SIX PER CENT OF FLORIDA'S 1951 FIRE LOSS OCCURED ON 44 PER CENT OF THE STATE'S WOODLANDS THAT ARE STILL WITHOUT OR-

GANIZED FIRE PROTECTION. BRADFORD COUNTY IS ONE OF THE FEW MAJOR TIMBER-GROWING COUNTIES IN FLORIDA STILL WITHOUT THE

BENEFIT OF A FIRE CONTROL UNIT. WE WILL HAVE A CHANCE TO CORRECT THIS DEPLORABLE SITUATION WHEN WE GO TO THE POLLS ON

NOVEMBER 4. BE SURE TO VOTE FOR A COUNTY FIRE CONTROL UNIT AND URGE YOUR FRIENDS TO DO LIKEWISE.


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HERE ARE THE FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A FIRE CONTROL UNIT IN BRADFORD COUNTYFollowing



a favorable vcte in this county on Tuesday t'urd County several Yt'arago showed that frequently-burned aide Fire (Control l !I'nit i-; ,...d up. Thi: means that these

November 4th, FOR Countywide Fire Control the Board of timberlands increase only 13: cents an acre ;per year in value large landowner.- handle t the majority of the woods fires:

while the value of infrequently-burned timberland increases their land;with their and
County Commissioners can either carry out the necessary occuring on own : personnel equip

small increase to be levied against all non-exempt property, at the rapid rate of $2.12 per year. ment.

or not make this increase as they deem necessary. Consequently,- for the small expenditure of three cents an Thus, it claimed that the small woodland owner in

In other words, a favorable majority by those who vote acre per year by the county, the gain accruing to our timLerBradford County will receive the most direct benefit shouldon

the question of countywide fire control will authorize, but lands would be $1.99!)!) per acre each -ear. This increase in the county unit be established. Insofar as large landownersnot

require the Board of County Commissioners to contract value would put more money in the pocket of both the large are concerned, the county unit will be considered more as a

with the Florida Board of Forestry for the establishment and} and small woodland owner's pocket. This additional income reserve of fire-fighting personnel and equipment, rather than

operation of a countywide Fire Control Unit. This provision to the landowner would also bring additional income to the their first line of defense against woods fires on their own I

was made so there will be no excessive burden on the people people of the county through increased employment in har- property.of .

of the county as determinded by the members of the Board vesting and processing timber. This increase in income would
another benefit other than woods fire
of County Commissioners. also bring added income to the county as a whole, and this outstanding !
the small farmer landowner would be fire
roads better protection! to or !
money would enable the county to have better ,
In Bradford County the increase in tax: millage will ac- schools, better churches, better stores and markets, and a protection for his own home and personal property. Fire

tually be less than one mill and this increase will affect only higher standard of living for everyone. Every business man watchers: in the county's lookout towers would see and have

those property owners who do not have homestead exemption. and banker knows that more money in circulation means fire-fighting crews and equipment !sent' to smokes anywhere -

Incases where landowners and farmers own 160 acres or less, more cash sales of all goods and products. } in Bradford County. Thus, a fire breaking out anywhere -
their property will be exempt from taxation. In instances in the county, whether it be in the woods or in a
where a landowner or a farmer in Bradford County is now Some ,few citizens, at first thought might feel that the rural home, would be checked on in the shortest possible
establishment of a County Fire Control Unit would benefit time necessanfor. equipment to arrive
paying taxes, then no fire control tax will be levied against
the few large landowners but would be of little or no benefit

his property. to the small landowner. It is pointed out, however, that all Some 35 Florida counties are now protecting their valuable

The question has also been asked as to how the proposed large landowners! in Bradford County would continue to woodslands with countywide Fire Control Units. Brad-

Fire Control Unit would benefit someone who owns very lit- maintain fire fighting equipment and continue the employ- ford County should align itself with these more progressive

tie forest land, or no forest land at all. The answer is this: ment of fire fighting personnel for fire control on their own counties and add thousands of extra dollars annually to its

A growth study made by the State Forest Service in Hradwoodland, no matter whether or not the proposed county- most valuable asset-it'-, forest..



When You Vote FOR A County Fire Control Unit Next Tuesday, You Will Be Voting For Progress -- For Development Of Our



Greatest Natural Resource -- And For The Future Growth And Prosperity Of Our County.



DON'T BE MISLED -- THE LANDOWNER CAN STILL BURN HIS OWN! LANDS UNDER COUNTYWIDE FIRE CONTROL.


THE EXISTING LAW IS NT CHANGED

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This Appeal Is Sponsored By A Group of Bradford County Citizens Interested !In The Conservation of Our National Resources And In The


Future of Our County And Its rest Lands.



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':\ tM OUR \ Bayless Highway tCvangHist 'I, St. Mark's Episcopal I At The Tabernacle Christian Church 'II begin at 11 o'clock. This eervtce br-n ,- the :Message.

I:<'\'. Raymond MacBlain 1 Homer :.\\indail :Minister will be londucted for the living Services For the LivI i '
In. cooperation with the Great '
dead Who are these dead ? The public is invited
1 I e Saturday. N'o1 All Samt'-' Commission Prayer League:, who'e Sunday moru meiind Suniia Why Immediately
\ i 4 Day. 10 ,, are they. dead" Are you one of following
a m Holy Communion. evening will be the final I
sermons
aim is to solve day
: problems by prayer ," i morning': services l !
I \ Sunday, XO2- 9:45: Church the Gospel Tabernacle remained for Rev Homer Swinda \\hohaJ? then The minister will ansver i| dinner will be spread oi:: :' .
. ri L- pr' ji School. 11 am., Holy Communior open all day Wednesday for resigned hip position as ministerof these questions in a most unusual ; <-f the Chn-tian ihunhhcnonnjy ;""t' ,
H\!t1 and Sermon. Presentation of U. T the observance of a National Dayof the First Christian church here.for Sermon Sunday morning when ho l,l'\' ant Mi'; ., :
i ?s 0 the past three to ..
years
Baptist Church i Methodist Church < a t Prayer. Those who desired to aicipt l
I Monday, Xov 3.--7:30: Pre- do a pastorate in Southeastern Ken
pm. so stopped in for a time of
k\\1 The First Baptist Church of I The First Methodist of Starke election Prayer Meeting for al' meditation and prayer in this, the tucky. Convoy's Service StationAMOCO
Ser\Ke unjan".l; : : \\.il:;1I
Starke extends invitation to Christian llg
an cordially invites you to attend the people.REVIVAL most critical period in our Xa-
t
, all to worship at the services this tion's history.2nd Chron. 7:14:
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following services of worship on I GAS; AND OIL
coming week. Sunday morning at SERVICES WANTED TO BUY
November 2. Church Tuesday
Sunday.
AT VINE
eleven the Pastor's message will VALLEY
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\ be "Kinds of Stones". The Carol School begns at 9:4't'r.: .; Sur- Patriarchs. Some interesting*! ashing Greasing Tires, Tubes & Baiter;
.. Everyone is invited to attend!
Choir will sing the offeratory anthem i day morning.Rev. outstanding i-\enN in the!: .i(.' and the Church Choir will:' the revival beginning Sunday each; was dis u,.-ed 1 PHONE 117 FOR SERVICE
Thomas O, Mitch-11:I will
niKtit o2.. at Pine Valley Congregational
music for the service
bring special preach at the 11 o'clock: church
under the direction of Mrs. L. A. Holiness Church. Seri Ride Florida Grcllrouufllusses
"M.
the king
service on subject TbRthetrMisery ,,
. Canova. u'es begin each evening at 7:31': "ft 5
j II I God Real". Holy Cornnumpu willbe of CONTACT SPEED SAFETY COMFORT
I During the Happy Hour at 7:30: :, administered at tin se vHt > ''ockvith' preaching\ Evan ECONOMYLF.
; the piano-or&anduo11 lead thecongrE'gational gelist W M Hne- Th' i'hii. ,', 111' C, Whitehead "
!' The; Senior and Intermediate \\R\ TO FI. r tin
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the c ( .
singing and i.1lo rived ah I ir( t" 'nc': iai' 666 OKIuni /fau n* 11m
Chapel Choir of youth will sing. I[ Methodist Youth Fellowshipmeet miles noi' i' s' ,' n. rvut' ,5f- lautev. Fla i learn I'honi
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Rev. Haines' message for the evening at 6:30 every Sunday: night.he 301 !
.FAST REUCI -- ------ -
service will be "The God of, Methodist Youth Fellowship! chOirsing9 .
I w -( -- -. < '--, Jt .. >"' .. .. .. P'
the Living. at the Sunday evening cliurch 1Karne!- will) begin : !o-!;; '. ;.. :.: '1" !i-,-. 4c, :: "''_' .0, c'" 'o = ,
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Sunday School meets at 9:45: a sent" '>t with MrP.. T. Noun general service. Mr..titehell will preachon : Noi ,i tf pre Bavle- < .4-r.-
superintendent of the staff of more' the subject. ")lore Powerful High,\.t\ Baptist i 'hmch Large
than 80 officers and teachers in'': than the Atom." crowds are expected lo attend tnt .
charge of the fully graded school. .serviceshich will begin earl T A RLING
Training Unions gather at 6:15: day Mid-week service regularly evening at 7 o'clock HeK rne> WHERE V/e Appreciate ;
with Mr. Lavern Outlaw Directorof Wednesday at 7:30: with the says that those! who attend wil!
the Unions for each age group.A Pastor in charge and a time for hear the "old time Gospel" and
new young Married couples prayer and testimony at the will enjoy the advantages of a Your :
Union willjbe organized this Sun- Sweetest Hour of the Week large, new church building and! I FRIENDSiROCERY&MARKET
plenty of parking space. The I :
-- church i is located on Highway 22!? Business
near Starke.Hampton.
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quantity Hig-hts-'Reserved Price* dood In.. Sat. Dct. il, \cn. 1 I
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke BaptistAn ... ....n......!' .. -....- .... _,,,.IInI..... nIF=_'E'I _

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1_ unusual treat is in !stun >ni') ,.,_ '_ --.A-- ':'-'.-:__ : -_._,. :_'_ _' :. _-_ --- :. :--,- -- ---.- ,.- : :.A ;..;.r.':' ,-: -. : l
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II 16 those who attend the !Cervices of
! REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor the First Baptist Church Hamp1ton I ROUND SIRLOIN T-BONE LB. Good Lean Pork Roast or Picnic LB. "
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town this Sunday Rev. Joe Sciame" ,,
Phones Office 231 I'astorium 130 will speak at all-services in the

-- Morning Services "Kinds of I Stones" I absence Sciame and of the his family pastor., recently Brother

Evening Services "(sod of the Living returned Baptist Missionaiie-
--- II spent' the last two ''he
Sunday Sermons: 11:00, A.M.: 7:30 1.1.Sunday : years on\
West Island
Indies : of "CaymanBiac
A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.1i. Steak 55C
School 9:43: ''. a narrow strip of land 12 Hams39C
Midweek\ Service Wednesday 7:301.1: [. miles long and two miles WIle in I
the Caribbean Sea. ]In both the
FOR FREE TRANSPORTATIONPhone morning and evening services he
2G6-J on Sunday 306 on Weekdays will i relate some of his experiencesas

.. ; a missionary and give fii->t
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hand reports of the work from

which he ha, come. .. .
Stetson HpSriame University is a and gradual a former of .. : '- .. ,, -. '.- ... '" .-.< --.. "-"--- '_- .__"_ '::_' ._'-_ -, -. .- ",. ..-- _'-___- '_ -_ ,'.- "'o : u,3.:

Dont Miss All Hearing Services The SpeakerAt college Baptist classmate pastor.! In of addition the Hamptor to being I i TENDER' Lb ONIONS 2 Lbs Lb
Sunday 19C
a an talented excellent soloist speaker and, will he is rii also IS\V E \ 39C POTATOES 5 33C

der special music both morning
REV. JOE SCIAMERecently
and evening COlNTRV SMOKED

Returned Missionary from the Cayman Bible Services School are; as 11 follows a.m. :Morning in i m Lb CELERY Lge Bch 1 fhc Bunch
SAUSAGE E SSC GREENS t S 19C
Islands Sunday Services 11 A.M. 7:30: P.M. Worship m, Evening; 6:30 Evangelistic p.m. BTU; 7ao:Hour p

The popular "Hour of Power
First Church
Baptist Hampton PILLSBl Y
meets Wednesday night at f> ,oon \\ LET

HOIJ CRAY, Pastor o'clock services Everyone and a is invited is t<> i 1:1'-\1'!' F i L UR 5 Lb Lbs Lb
nursery open 0 41C GRAPES 2
Bible School 10 .\.:\. B. T. U. 6:30: P.M, your convenience. 23C POTATOES 3 25lAR6E

The 'Rev. Bob
pastor GiaIF
SPECIAL MUSK AT ALL! SERMCES"The .
engaged the Buffalo in Revival Avenue services Bapi with.st. .; '..; : .:-,,-ifA -,:- --- _.-n__ -., :'.- .- .' ------, .-.- ---.- ,_,' -<1>>;". .. ,; :..,., -. : ::'-.i -. ," _- --d'W- :. :-- 'r,," 4
Little CliurchYith\ The Big Welcome"A

___' Church bei 7 Dr Tampa Roy Mason through, \\ell-knowr\m-em FRESH Ground Lean L6. .'
--. "' \ radio preacher'IUTI"Sumlay i
-, S:30-9:00: : a m i is the pastor of
t this great church wiih tin t largest 1/U
radio-nettvoi-k III'all\ ,one 'hui-'}'

NOOSE in America e Tide 26 HU burger54c



Around Your NeckFOR Wash Let Us Your Thoroughly Clothes I


( 30 YEARS)
9
Pounds _. .- .. . .
Constitutional Amendment Number 1 Would .: -- -- -. *': -,--' :'" iiir
For 40c!

Create'eltt Bureaucracy, Destroy Home Rule, FREE Bleach If Desired! SURF F Large 17C TRIPE E LgeCan 49C '

Delay Teachers Pay Raise ft'l1Iplt'p. StaI ILlWe fElL 2'Lb 17CJ'I

A move is underwayoters of Florida to "slip one e
over on you" un \ember t t. Constitutional Amendment -
Number 1. many of our State's best lawyers and Will Large For HF
tax experts say, is "as full of holes as a piece of S\\ iss CHEER 27C SARDINES 1 15C 40LbCan
cheese." Better examine these points Dry Your Clothes LARD $4.99

((1)) Control over school moneys would be in the handsof For 20cIn
the State Board of Education. This would destroy Lt \ BE I I.
New AutomatlDriers'! : \\ E \\ ILl, P \ ,


((2)) The increases teachers'Proposed"Home already salary Rule.Amendment increases.promised.makes In fact no provL it threatens ion for o SOAP 4 Bars 15C HASH Can 39C E EGG S Doz 61C ,


((3): ) The Amendment would' inspire wild and danerousspending. The WasheteriaA \
It might encourage corruption.
(1)I Passage of this Amendment will mean that YOl" MAXWELL HOUSE DELMONTE BIG N 2 SIZE

as a Florida voter will have absolutely no
control over the greatest proposed spending ewer AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAjl
undertaken in Florida, up to $21,000,000: a year C C
for ;30 years if the Legislature should decide to
absorb and it could all of the Motor Vehicle toffee LB 78 Peaches 7
Tax Fund. 0\er a period of :50 years hich is
the time covered by Amendment this would l
amount t to $7'0,0110.000:! .
((3); ) Homeowners now enjoying homestead exemptionfrom

ad \alorem taxes might again become heavypayers r u --- '_'H_.. --- -- -,--- .. __..,, .
of school taxes: With this vast spending J u -. -- -, - .. -" '_ .."'_"_ _-. ---.-- -..-<_ ,::?'f,;'-",* .:t'.;;;..;:.: 'l'T"" ; .-'", :"!(.?it

program in effect, there will be a scramble for I IC IS
new sources of re\enul'. This might force another AJAX j 5C S U GAR
amendment repealing: homestead exemption. MII IL L6I"( 3] For 4 3 C
((6)) Tax experts believe that passage of this amendment .
will bring: about a higher sales tax. a higherfee !: Lb
for your !license tags, higher taxes on gasoline, COGS COLA C 5 Bag \ '
food clothing virtually l'H'fthinnd less- 21 u

money for our state's institutions our hospitals, GRITS 5 49C
and for State employees including teachers!

Voters of Florida Beware of That :Voo.' e! necessary Gallon 4 5 c '33' Qt

VOTE AGAINST your luggage. l LARD S8C BLEACH 14CFI

Accident Insurance

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NUMBER ONE
I E II DO1 n nr( h
(SRJ 106))
Charity E. Johna Oleo LbMayonaise

Voters' Amendment Committee Agency I

(Organized in the interest of the public free school system t J i Phone IS -
STARK
and teachers' increased pay.) ;I ; PLAXepre I 27C Churngold 19C.

See. Tn'as. 1'residi-nt .
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John (i. i'uh; .
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Kuruthr Vice frfMfnl Kisximmev. Florida .I ." .....
Honda Tax Information
ntinaTHe TRAVELERS,
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: : STARKE. FLORIDA

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TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY hear election returns. The club Demo Ad 1 flag pole presented to th,. t t''. \ r ft'- "''''7-.o=_ __ a= __ ____ _=<
has been unable to secure a TV the Keystone Rotate dull \tI

set but there will be a radio and! Sponsors of the Bradford unable to get an 'I lc' I. > ,

Keystone Heightsby cards to help pass the time. CoW ty Volunteers for at the present writing \<';' .'I

drinks will be on sale and perhaps to do so later.
::Mr. f'iaralrDonald:: appearing on page 11 in this
sandwiches. Come and have company
are: Mr.: and Mrs Ce' J dr Vote
UAAALAAA when you hear the good! r\ : >i ifacksonville AGAINST
news.J. J. W. Andrews vi ttei I M r'S .l' hi's

The Catholic Club will hold a F Frednks was home fora Carl Johns I Mrs ElizaC- L.HI: .r> '\ !'r

reception in the Woman's Club or ,I flying visit last week. He hope I George Kopelousos he weekend

Nov. 5, for the new pastor, Father j. to be here permanently soon. Guy Andrews

Harry Tournier. The hour is 8 p.I I.i Mrs. Leeman aunt of :Mrs. F A. J. Thomas Sr. I Mrs. Albert Haitn-ivi i- in

m. 1 i M. Walrath Jr.. is visiting her A. E. McKinney 1 Ocala this week with her .son-m
Club will be open niece and will be here for someI Sam Rosenberg j
Woman's
The i i
1 aw fOnd daughter Mr. and Mrs:
on Tuesday election night, for I I time."i H. C. Ritch I Fire Control TaxTHIS
Jon Champion and their new -In. Compulsory
those: who wish to gather togetherBy Young Frank Walrath was home Charley' E. Johns !

I for the weekend. Maxie Carter ; I Don Jr.Nothing.
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all means VOTE, and VOTE A party of Rotarians including Ed Prevail -
. rROL i 1 the Martins the McKays, the H. E. Tucker
FOR FIRE CO:' tti keep you from burning
1 1Valraths and several others went I C. H. N'asworthy
land Note 1 OHKIKE
: to Daytona Beach on Monday for Phil VitSkyB. I jour' own IS THE WAY [IT WILL APPEAR ON THE BALLOT AND WILL BE RIGHT
of the I ( () TIWL.
the District meeting Rotary .
T. Thomas t
WILL PAY CASH II T. Frank Landrum ,, AFTER COUNTY OFFICERS. PUT YOUR VOTE X AGAINST IT.
Club.Mrs. N-INN-NI
: Mike Fundeiburk and baby Ed Dahmer

For Saw Logs j daughter have gone to Brooks- j 1-'. S Smith FIRE CONTROL

AND PULPWOOD vine to visit her mother. I Robert GreenS Television Tips .
who has been ir.. .- -- -- -
Mrs. Ewing G Denmark Foil} A COUNTY :
TIMBER l
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Riverside Hospital for severa1 Bu -
E T Shull FlUE CONTROL UNIT i I
A Post Card Will} Bring :Me : days is expected home this week


To See You. She Mrs.the is hospital expected Theodore in home Gornto St. this Augustine has week beenin Mrs.for Mr.her Powell Stewart in the has school.entered been the : CHARLESOlDEK FInE AGAiXSTA CONTROL COUXTYI UNIT_ I I i-A I I Put your X where X is shown here'!

'Dick' Thomas _
D. B. i -
I tal-in Gainesville on ::\ -
hawtey, Fla. VOTE next Tuesday:: and VOTE!}; observation and possible l4i9 *, ?

., for Fire Control. The newly organized 1:21)a
!
,
.. i partment held a course

o I struction fire fighting : ?HE TWEV ARE PROTECT the financial integrity ther taxation on this property for so-

,i week.ed the About meetings 15 members which \\ < THE HARDERTHEV{ of your homes, schools and county by called fire protection may sell for taxes

DR. R. D. HAMILTON five nights sonuin the FALL killing this unjust and unfair tax prolands in the county. Further taxation
Club and some out on the
drilling. Those who { posal j as suggested in the fire control proposal

Has Resumed Regular Office Hours ; out of the five nights eventually force homes and
I y may
I certificate of attendance

*- Ni i ,'' fc J'* J __ ,! structor was from the ci fia 1 Real estate in Bradford County is farms back on the tax rolls. If existing

9:00 A.M. -- 12 Noon I I, Fire The College Bernkopf in Ocala.home on already taxed as high or higher than tax on taxable real estate in the countyat

I nolia realtor has handled been sold.the Mr ; :? any place in the United States. The fails to meet the financial obligationstax

1 J:00-4OOP.M. 7:00 9:00 P.M. I, and we understand the : ? millage is between 40 and 50 mills. of the county, then the next hope is to

is a resident of StarkeAccording .
The assessments are, in some cases, as place the farms and homes back on
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I }.Flomla.Times-Union a high as sale value of the property. Furthe tax rolls.

Hembree Bldg. Phone 329 I, been presented to the / .1

Keystone Heights by the t;., ,
Fla. of Starke and will b,.
Starke
No matter what .vour age
>ou'll fall for our fine quality. HOME (OWNERS vole cautiously on November ,1th. it he fair for Starke and Brooker citizens to t"ke.ith

W. C. T. U. merchandise and courteoussen If this additional tax for an extensile compulsory fire out charge:: thiir fire equipment paid for b}' Starke and

I' ice. control proposal is passed l. it may eventually force Hrooker citizens and put out fires all over Bradford

I' ASK; C,0. TO THE your home or farm hack on the tax rolls. This fire County free of charge Are these two tons in out

I OX or..tmtltTII., :\1.\ tax, if adopted may even nullify our county's hopes county', which have fire protection machinery, doini!;

INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE I I. .nun 1 nlar'r1l0l': TillS: 1'UAYKK .IX ; Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed for a hospital which we must have. this No. If they are called beyond their city bounds

the person calling them is expected to pal for the firefighting.
WHICH K O\nST : This t taxproposal I is petitioned for and sponsoredprimarily I I
The pulp I wood l and paper corporatIOnsuuld
11F 1RTS OP ALL MEN: RADIO & TV I by the I large absentee I t woods I land I holders J I in
call I I the tax paying citizens from all over Bradford
ZENITHRADIO WHETHER OF THESE Bradford who lease .ift.OOO( )
County o\\n or over acres .
THOr Sales and ServicePh. County, through< their t tax funds I t to go and I fire )protei t
HAST ( of wood land in Bradford ( ount\'. Among these outside -
1I0SEX.CTS
P : and I police t their fenced and guardedul I P wood) prod in'
( : ) 239 StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I land owners are I Rayonier Corporation, ContainerCorporation.
a I ing reservations.
I ('ana I Timber I Corporation. and St. Mary's

andTelevision }Kraft Corporation. In fact they own almost: all of t the 'I In- '|M'nvirs of this proposal claim that frequently| burn 1 1tinilHr

-1 yr Rods: land in the county and are buying:: more all the land im-ri-asrs in value 13r |*T arrr per your "hllI,
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Sales 1 time and we do not hear of them selling:: any of it. It I'ri'mirnllv Imrnt-d iinlN-r landinrmisr at the rat of V.'H'\
$1.00
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and Service I I1 r is almost impossible for > our sons or dau"httrs. in t 1Hcounty .' |I''i 1 ylu'. 'i''y fui.Hl to Ml you I hat the P.UNEKS 1)1"I I 11"

-----------.1 .1.1.1 .1.1.1' .. to buy C'. ('U a small piece of land from them f..r l.\\:) arc hi.noes thai gt-t this increas.. and they fail In i I. M

I WILL{ LA-iWAY{ : a farm or little pasture.t The are hl'l'pindown:: the \ou hat file corporations arc non, pith their own mi|>lo\. < < -

221 N' Temple Aye Phone 1GG I.1.. 1 1 t development of our county and presenting the expansion lire protecting their big: reservations in our county and (tin *

YourDont ( of farminii nd li\e stock raising in the (uxmly' desire that \on.takr over this cost of ,rdcction for Ui 'ni. 'I 1 ii< \

STAHKE, FLORIDA > If our local pl'llpleH're permitted to buy and develop aNo: fail to advise you that tilt'''t' cmplo>ecs anti proposed inniarshalls '
h1 :
1 ," r nun come from |>lacs and states far distant fl..1. '
I .1.1 this land the return to our (count in eerway from

: Phone -Starkel''la..J HEATER E E I Im these lands would he multiplied several times for the Bradford ('ounJ.

_: people of our ('ounty.Iost: of the owners of this vast If this so-callfi| fire protection for forest hinds is jus) i.i\ i
.
..* .". 1l area in our ('ountreside hundreds of) miles away in lion on all, then \\ouMIIf' just to include/ fire protection f..r

D D 0) oiiiioiiii Or other states and are concernedibout our county ;only homes and business propcrt \\11"! not pay' from same tax fund
:
I the In..uran'C'IIium... on home and I business Hum.
as to what they can :gain: financially! from the count} pmitertv.
These their lire protection ta\; uonll In- far more plausible.! would t IN- inoriequitable
big corporation to big city
}IA\-J.t'I.1i: give it another try.. YYYYYVYYYTYYYYTYYYYYYYYY owners can go:
1 promise to h-lp you I Know with the MATTRESSES !I ,r BLANKET I night clubs in high:: top hats and long tail coats and aiuf more just than to tax our entire citizenship r..i
houxework now that you
tan buy 1'lustl-Kote Transparent OF ALL KINDS spend their money made from their timber cut in lire protection for enclosed privatci owned forest an.l < 'uiover '
Krii.vh at Farm Home and Auto
Bradford Count for their acreage.
supply It'll eluuin.ite\ fdiouiHUMIIK I RENOVATEDFURNITURE They are now paying own
and ..crul tor ally 141.n..l l lluu>' At
1 little individual tax payers in Bradford County pay these big woods land tracts, or local persons! who have KIV': "

A UTS:3-1 on AND: jmrch rilAKTS and lawn rxhlblthv.: at home. of:2 I i r this fire protection expense for them. They desire these pulp companies many >ears' leases on their lands. Th. \

Kadit-l 1 n. Roberts .Artist In I, REDUCEDPRICES you the t little individual tax payers in Bradford Colinulay t.itt.aml'l." .., to you of great savings brought admit/
Kll South t
VVultla To find cross I
nj lUiitlst i-hur.-h. turn left, gu Iblock Ij t t\ to buy tractors and other big machines to protect through: these fire {'ontrolunit.. but they trill not tellou that

",1....k. right then to left one Ill j Reupholstered and their lands from fire and to hire a big fire fighting they are now paying for this and should pav for it and ih.itihc '

Ueflnishdd1LXSTIXGS Vrew and build houses and towers for the crew members ) are the ones g..ttinjj> the benefits and not >ou. Thevin \ 01.!
KOU IlKXT: Small house on CherrySt
rear Stefanellix (:rol't'ry. }2a 1 :MATTRESS CO. to work in and live in and you pay them to look) von to do the paying for tlll'm0 though this extr.i hit. it
month. wall 16-VV! It ._
per Box 230 Talatka, Fla.t after these big outside owned tracts of land. It is \+'ttl: mat: evntii'ill.t sell for taxes individually owned prop

KOU I.I.I.IIosl"nar Strawberry AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ doubted that these employees will even be Bradford 'rty in Bradford County and may. get many of our home s :and+(
plants made lati- like second ru- t:I {Wait{ intil Cold -
II.T' JS pr th 'U".ind. F'. K E Eoiiii County men. It is believed that they will be sent in farms; to be a an taxed. They are tax free now up to 3..1 l

Flume >II' : LET II HINDI J. i> onon.: \ui'it JR. from far distant places but }you locally through this value or S5,000.0: < IIo\\c\er. if existing properties cannot tx.ir

WIWII.I.. TIUDK our cash money ('.\1"-....: \MI IIOIj I! 1 Weather fire tax will do the paying. Their sinister plan is to the ever increasing burden of taxation, then the Assessor "I./
=No lot too Urui-, :. \I.I'i-! .4
for none jour too pian small l.rt u>. make you I.h..nnl.. I'.iuliriliirsd.iy. i start off with a small tax. but as soon as they get you Taxes and the County Commissioners will be compelled to >lidare -

an uffer, before Jim riiate>ou <-n(....11.Stp M II: 1.Rrowulre I 1.U I I, (I'alnlkn..itiiirillr Kurh: Cars: '..hllr..n'1'ridnrI'IOTECT 13 DOITNOW E to vote the tax. then it will be raised: l every year until the ,'ulul"If homes' and farms to be more than $.'>.(HIIno(>

". I. YOI'U SEC{'PITIESFIrrpruuf -- !' oiiii oiiii the whole major program:: is carried out with our ta\ and then assess i linn/ to make up the count) budjret Ihi

Foil rooiiiM 1:1NT-F'urnish.d and hath. gas range cabin, r.-: I Proit'oto, Security Uox' money and at your expense.: These big outside owners lire control tax, if voted, may IN- the final tax raise whi li \1111fl'l'lin.d
and hot water heater beautiful lime, ht avy duty tee taxes to Ite collect from homes and farms in l'r.nl!
t'l".ratur' : more than 200000.00()() ()() ) net for their Bradford compel ;
Oas and oil heat I'mehur 5ro-- I box. $10 :5 plus tax. Hradfon wru -
err "Keystone IIghway.hull.; County Telegraph t Count} pulp and timber products in 1 !>1\ and have ford (ount). It also may kill our hopes of getting the Kind "I t

r,ut-i xtp /n - ....J" cverv ear since then received similar and huge hospital that we haw \oted for and that we need and inu_i
FOR Till: nriMiT-MlNDit: Bride i oiiii :: money
\VANT1iv--Ktprri.urrd.: : :! Apply | -100 Engravedyeddmg: Invitations -j I A returns from these. lands. Don't von believe they ha\e. Vole against this unjust and inequitable fire tat
the ('.rhlf.'rd1"IIIr "ourt. :XSt.irki on fine rag-content paper. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
on :ol. l"i nig refi-rem-e only $Iii 95 Bradford County should continue to pay for their own fire protection.
and health card Itchs Telfgrai_It' .TTTTVTYYYTTTTTYTTYTTYTTTTYTYTYYYYYYYYff.??VYYYYYY Vote against Compulsory Taxation on
.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYKeystone and don't you believe that t } ou :should vote against;

)'ttl foyer: HFST-T\\U.inch.: Hi. wrlllllj Iii. Uaiford,:;. I Udnotion oil RADIOS REPAIRED thtir socalled county fire control by putting your X all for Fire Protection for the Property ofon

\\'rileIr'" II I> Ut :3. nra.unable til, Makr..hnr"-... \ll- MorlrNns. guaranteed. the ballot next Tuesdav against:: it ? few.
Madiso.i. KI.I lh'hKFOll (' ('. .III:1'IIIIts: Ranch a
tIt: "'. ('.U Ct. Clarke Ph :391 Do .viu not believe the owners are able to pay fortheir
: SA!.1-Sweet Yellow Lupine The) also fail to tellou that I ill.titlting: .,f cattle .111'110"-:
wed, Halrj Indigo, new crop FOR nF.\'T-Qulo.t.: -.>''tful, o.m- own' fire protection? Then vote t against j : their '
IVnhacnlt Ualii.i: & ortifie.lSouthl.unl ; -2 apt! a-li.v.nm! of 3 off of the ojM-n range luis. practically stopped woodburning/:
compulsory fire control: I proposition;I which will. make
: O.it seed Rut earl rooms each. niectur kid-hens 1 ...
( ants not inn-rested in burning lands now mil'
owners are
hefor prloe KO up Serd; drying Rood tied, apace htT.'T1" for; their fire
you pay protection.
\ ehanuig.4y.. Hauult'llrunker \ Starke, take left hand dirt road they desire to burn a ..lIIalll.it...e of their own land for .< Ire-i ii,
Fla. UIV IVssent road) at bridge on CallS And
for about 1 ml. t* "ly sign atleft I Airpark Why should the widow who owns a small piece of burn for the atlle. If you vote this fire control tux on /th

ANTED-4Iraduate: nurse orlicensed Wynn side of road. Mrs. Carl! I I rental property in Hrooker. Hampton. Starke or Lawpetrel, of the county., then It may be nf"C..ar) for an illtlhllllltItl'Y
practical for generalduty Apts. tf :
Pooler's riHie. Hos-pltal. pay taxes to protect and nourish. the investment of to go all the tray to Courthouse to get and ixty fir .i
Sol VV. 1',11 St. tark. }-'\'\ tfSE.t)1ST1U : FOR UF.\'T-L.\f: completely furnished !
I house, K..j stone Heights1on : NINE I MILKS SOUTH OF STAUKK ON ROUTE 100 these financial giants residing: other states WhIJI'mlit to ,'\"''fl burn off an acre or two of land on wl.i'li /t".
FUln sewing an.lnlt..rltlonl1. I Hrooklyn I-'\k.. ii.>itrio to\e. ----.-- should the small business In
.*- Satisfaction\ and refrigerator Phone :J:!' :islJacksomille man in either one of these plant his tobacco plant bed or strawberry runner patdi

Trice reasonable guaranteed. Mrs. or write. llr Thr..\\ |I OPEN EVERY EVENING little towns or anywhere in the county he taxed to pay fact his permit may l IIf' refused and he may be I arrested! if 1 h!.

Everett I're-uwlt, l'-.: mile.i from er. r.ox 3211. Jacksunvillo. F'latfhg',' for protecting these large land owners'property in should burn e\en for thin pur s...... \\e do not need an> iii'.n
Staike on Lake Butler Highway:
I Bradford County? t'lnfr"In' our farms and our people.Citizens .
lO'lO. 6t llHFOU ; I. l IEST---41tfh'\ : 1'Uildini! ; oni \
i Tt'mtile\ AVI nor near lu- Stall n1" bewarewh \ .. Vr..om .'nit.iire J. T all of( these I
SM.r. -1<> anf tract tSkinkez t'lgi.i % I PONIES for the KIDDIESTO large tracts are fenced withh be ml
the with taxation; Inn %oii mal t'pt'.t taxes to gathi
J'l 'I" : t\ I 11111 K"I..n. Heights 'If'.... tight well policed fencesThe
neighbor the
I out
ii..td. Iea.o1al'tr\ fur lash. .\. J TURKEYS READY Tome tc on and collected from homes, electric lights, cold' drinks, and even
Th"man .'r., Agiiit : Opal's Turkey Farm. Florahome RIDE farm or in the town cannot even go in these reservationsand ; .
H'he:: 11 7 the >grooerien whi'h you eat. If the wild org of spending 1 BO. -
'. Fla. for a nice young turkey for t a k ea.fence post or a litard knot to keep his children i I fndanx1 T ni
'' on and on, taxes of all kinds may be expected to
1.1LF-Can's: Cafe, phone \104r your special dinner Visitorsvel- warm in the 'Inter. In fact, in of these
.. Tf some : enclosed
talk i n \<-r V (tt 1'\t.-\1 1. .erurity of our etonoinlc t"I..u.ni.ntmu..u": spending ni
l'oml' tf-chg areas, one dare not trespass. even try to kill asquirrel
Ft'i: SAI.K '" x s" x 1*'' (''>nrete tax funds for unnecessary. purposes, like compulsory fire pro
or bird for a sick member of his ) With
ah. 1'1",1)f family.
11WU IS. FIII: $\I :-- IIn. -t..r% SQUARE of to
fiction, even eventually b-sM-n the amount pensions
Hrad- may:
M..nar11:1: and "f'm..nt h"II- Nth: 1\\ l"t ,1J.ght \ such
tyrannical treatment of our innocent and wellmeaning .
ford 1':nginrertng''ompany. VhoneS4 : and ,1:1\1: \ Si'J 1. =' J I the aP11.1'r orphans I
tf H..tIv '11.1._ citizens, why should these big land companies
1 Tlw.e of us who paid for this ad in our paper are localpeople

}',' t SAL.K House and J acre I'of IJo\'T-J.'I\'f': .. room unfurl shed L I- now expect our citizens in Bradford County to tax local citizens, some of us home owners, nome of us tax
UirM and water in house: house. clo t* In Hot water {,i -I !. DANCE themselves I and their children I) and their children's
$1,700. eas-h! or f00 down and .t. r; f T)"Tnnr ct. 1 1' 'i>; ) chit'a I )er, on ral l estate, and we took up a collection among I onrseles -
balance $J5 month at fi": interr.tl'l t.j .. dren to carry on forever fire protection for their lands
r' to for this ad. U'e ask that you join us and go to
1U, miles from City Limits north I I'UATHF.R I-: T\TE FOU SVI.K: pay
,.f SUrke. just off :SOI Ut J fnxlt 4 hrririxim house, plus 6 lots \n! }."r Let the ones who own these lands pay for their own your polling place on Novemf Hh and vote against: compulsory -
( : :tp 10 sll for U..fftft/ Thotio 1""r Writ. > \ \ : EVERY rare and fire protection.I'nder .
J. VV. I'rather lOIfl OraneOio\ f county-wide fire control in Bradford County. We need
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South P""edent. C-tlif If :
KOH M F SV1.K VViKpins.w-- Southland: Ui\er oat seal Fla. j, 'I j'4) t this proposal nothing is promised about) protecting )our help in this, and by so voting, we believe, you are helping

s tfhg 11'; FOR c"e SXI.K land-on Four mail room and hou school e and hMr 1< I FRIDAYSATURDAY fences and farm houses from fire. This is not tour entmty and protecting jourself from further and 'mn
"'itiH,ius.> has new a..h stn!" T4 ( : anticipated. It i is only to protect forest lands. Would sar burdens of taxation.
TOn BA (.": OK TflAPB Tw room i I ...shingles Iotricitv" and running I I
cottage I!' x I!' room lined electricity ,ter Cood place for small
g.tr-I
and water value $15'10 I den chhken* "I' rie! ("nnt,.-. V !
Would like to trad.- for property R"j j a VOTE AGAINST THIS PROPOSALTHIS
near Starke or La wt..y. located I : / y
on cement highway 1 mil from turn left on graded roaJ.

large Georgetown.Kebuta Pa.Chemical 11 miles Works from;1 hnn" on left Up, ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY A COMMITTEE OF CITIZENS OPPOSED TO FURTHER OPPRESSI { -

I.ht'lf work :available }(rs.1 FOR SAI.K-t..f'I.l.x ". R..',,, !I {: \'E TAXATION.
Florence Pa !..t'I'nl. Itt 4tcfcg 1 (' eorg.-LII14to I condition 1 fox 910$!0 Oeorg. Oro\.r. Ut ..... ... .... ...... .. ...
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I' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH SAMPLE BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION NOV. 4, 1952


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i To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the nameof the person for whom you desire to vote.


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I ELECTORSfor (STATE CONTINUED) (COUNTY CONTINUED) NO. 4CONSTITrTIONAI..UtIEND3f yi'ARTICLE

1, Presidentand
I 1 FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT For :Member of Board of Public V
VicePresidentVote Proposing an amendment to Article V of .
I ( for Group) OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONVote : Instruction County Board :Member Constitution of the State of Florida, by add -,":
Residence District No. TWO thereto an additional section to be numbered h\

i I I DEMOCRATDLAI ( for One) the Secretary: of State providing for an ad,!h!

I -- --- -- -- ----- --- ( Vote for One) tional Circuit Judge for the Second Judicial Cii
I A E. STEVENSON --I TOM D. BAILEY (Dem) I : cuit embracing the State Capital, and further
y providing for the appointment the Govern
F or President ) -- : I I I1 .1. K: I BIIOWX> ;( (Dem) and confirmation by the Senate"by of the first s .

I 3HN J. SPARKMAX --- 1- --I I __ =-_-=-__ __ '--1 - -- -j I jI Circuit Judge and his election thert.afh"',
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VicePresidentVote 1 I I FOR the Amendment
or FOR COMMISSIONER: OF -- -
II AGRICULTUREVote For :Member of Board of Public --

I---I Instruction, County Board :Member AGAINST the Amendment"NO.
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( for Group) I Residence District No. THREE

REPUBLICAN NATHAN MAYO (Dem) 1-1 (Vote for One) I 5CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
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---- -- -- ---- ,I I It HAZEL CROSBY (Demf) ARTICLE: VII. SECTION: 6.
r)WIGHT D. EISENHOWER 1 I -- -- -I Proposing an amendment to Article VII I I ','.
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n F'or President I I I adding thereto Section 6 providing for the err
tion of one additional Senatorial District to h
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\ T ICHARD. NIXON I known as the Fortieth ((40th) Senatorial intrict
-n [ Vice-President I I UTILITIES COMMISSIONERVote : For :Member of Board of Public and to consist of Bay and WuhingtoCounties .
F'or
"i Instruction County Board Member and making provision for the ele.-t .
-- --- ( for One) of senators therefrom-
I"I, I Residence District No. FOUR

------ --'- __I RICHARD (Dick) )MACK (Dem- )-- -- i (Vote for One) --OR the-- Amendment -

WRITE IN -
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'- -' I i-I LEONARD T. JOHNS (Dem) I II AGAINST the Amendment -- -

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----I FOR STATE ATTORNEY --- ---' NO. 6CONSTITUTIONAL
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AMENDMENTARTICLE
HOLD YOUR PEACEIn = -- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR VII, SECTION; 6

STATEFOR Proposing an amendment to Article VII y>
(Vote for One) (Vote for One)
thereto
( adding Section 6 providing for the err
GOVERNOR ,----I HARRY A ANTHONY --- --! tion of a Senatorial District for Monroe Coun-, \
Dem
I tT E. DUNCAN ([Dem) ( )
(Vote for One) '__I to be known as the Thirty-ninth (39th) S'na,
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I I tonal District and making provision for the ele.
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I tion of a Senator therefrom.
plain language: 'I ])AN 51cCARTYDem( ) t I I
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Vote shut I ][TARRY S.-SWAN- (Rep) ,I I I LEGISLATIVEFOR I FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE FOR the Amendment
or .. -- --
up up. ---
- II DISTRICT ONE AGAINST the AmendmentNO.

don't that I '_-I Irhe STATE SENATOR (Vote for One) -- -- -- - --
Honestly, you agree anyone :- FIFTEENTH SENATORIAL DIST. I 7CO.NSTITITIONAL
F. C. HODGES Dem I II
who doesn't vote shouldn't 1 I ( ) AMENDMENT
open
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Vote One
( for ) I
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remaining offices required by law to belied ItTICU111
up his lips too much about how the I : at this election are being sought by only CHARLE1E JOHNS: --- Dem) -- -,', I Proposing an amendment to Article VIII \to.<
for each office. To vote for all ( -- adding thereto an additional section to be numbered

country will be run during the next :)ne f said candidate candidates place a cross (IX) mark in !. ___ __ ___ ---',---j I FOR CONSTABLE by the Secretary of State, providing f"
II Monroe County, Florida, after January 1. 10M
four years? 1 hU !apaceWhen -_-_ --_- __ __ _-_- -___ '-- --I- Justice of Peace Dktrict One for assessment by the County Tax Assessorall ,,'
(Vote for One) state, county, school and municipal taxes i ibe
I INovember'4. MEMBER HOUSE OK levied in said county by the state, count\
Big day coming! Election Day! n REPRESENTATIVESBRADFORD J. f.. SILCOX -- ---(Dem) i fountchool board school districts, special ta'

COUNTY school districts, port districts, drainage d+stri''t.,
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I I and any other taxing districts and municipality ,
(Vote for One) which by ordinance request that their taxes b'

Miss it and you've missed the free- 1 so marked a vote will be counted for --- ---'--- -' ''o assessed and providing for the Legislature t ,
the listed candidates for the offices DOYLE E. CONNER (Dem) I I FOR CONSTABLE fix the powers functions, duties and comp'n" I

est show on earth: the people of ach ought.of To vote for some but not all of said -- ,iI Justice of Peace District KijihtVote :: tion of the County Tax Assessor.
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andidates do not place a cross mark in the ( for! One)
FOR the Amendment
the United States voting how they I.above square. but place a cros! (X) mark in -- ---- --- ------- '- --'
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he square to the right of the name of the candidate FELIX: M. SULLIVAN il( I )+ mt AGAINST-the Amendment
want freedom to operate for another I 1 for whom you desire to vote To vote for COUNTYFOR
is not printed on the ballot,
I! a L person whose name
quartette of years. write his name in the blank space provided for NO. 8CONSTITUTIONAL
COUNTY JUDGEVote ) ;
hat purpose. ; AMENDMENTA

Brother and sister doesn't it inn for One UI8 "A ....'1.1. \1.Proposing *.
run BaggBggaaBBggsgBgi i ( ) an amendment to Article! V of I' "
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the thrills and chills up and down .i CONGRESSIONALFOR THEROX A. YA WiDem( ) I additional of section thereto to be numbered by h\

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Secretary providing on
spine to figure you're one of I I I
your i UNITED STATES SENATORVote : A COUNTY I after July 1. 1953. the State Attorney of th'
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CONTROL UNIT
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the folks who can dictate just by i I ( for One) -- -------- ---- ----- --
of
shall be Attorney
__ I I Florida the Prosecuting
private crosses on paper whom you I 3PESSARD L. HOLLAND (Dem) I I FOR CLERKOF AGAINST A COUNTY I the Criminal Court of Record and the Court ...'
FIRE CONTROL UNIT i Crimes of Dad County: abolishing the offs"
want to represent ? -- - -- -- i -I I1 THE CIRCUIT COURT of the County Solicitor, and the position of Assi'tant
you
---1' County Solicitor in Dade County and
1 --- __ -- (Vote for One) thereafter the State Attorney and his AasistatrPlate

This Sample Ballot FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS --- ------- ---- -- i Attorneys shall perform all of the dutu <
Study
\I It EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTVote CHARLES: A. DARBY (Dem) I PROPOSED CXNSTITUTIN. and functions theretofore performed by th'
-- -- AMENDMENTSMak. Solicitor: further providing that the Legislature
-- County
Carefully Before You Go ToTfie I ( for One) -- ------ ,, I may provide for Assistant State A1tornevs

I .trIlS mark (Xi' after 'For the Amendment
-- -- Investigators for the Stat.
Polls -- You WiThen// I -D.-R.-(Billy) MATTHEWS (Dem) ,I ---- --- --- ------- ---------------- "' or "Against the Amendment.. in vc.ting _\ttornev and of Dade Special County who shall be appointby ,1 I

-- FOR SHERIFF for oi against: the Constitutional Amendments, the State' Attorney and sworn in by the Co'n'
Vote I = \
Be Able To Quickly --- --
I Ii -- - ----- (Vote for One) :NO. 1 FOR fhtf AmendmentAGAINST

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JUDICIALFOR I
I P. D. REDDISH (Dem) ARTICLE: XII, SECTION': IX the Amendment
+I JUSTICE SUPREME: COURT -- -
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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDAFull Proposing amendment to Article XII bv XO,9

These Marks are Legal These Spoil Your Ballot ( term 6 years) ------- ----- ----- -- --------------- I adding thereto Section IS. providing! thit b"fni- CON STFTI'TION.II..111ENDMENTARTICLE
nms: January 1. 1953. and annually thereaftt r f"r
i (Group One) FOR TAX ASSESSORVote thirty years, an amount equal to four hundred Mil
amendment to Article VIII r <"
Proposing an
i 0Er0 I (Vote for One) dollars t $.tOO 00\ multiplied by the total number aiding! thereto an additional Section to b. run
( for One) instruction units in the .
of all rounti<-s .f Fl"rnH\
I hued by the Secretanof State, providingL : :'
(Dem) shall be taken from the first! revenueiv..',1 I
DREW :
E. HARRIS -- -- -- -- -- -- -- .,
tassessment
1 1I 1951
after 1.
Florida January
I e County
GENE LONG (Dem) I from the I licensing of motor vehiclesind sMl''! beplaced
: by the County Tax Assessor an i
H1N[ :I 1LN[ I ,I -- ---- -- -- -- I '; in the county Capital Ontliy\ and Debt. Collection by the County Tax Collector of a..
I I Serviie School Fund and bp 1I.-ed for c.xinu' state county school and municipal taxes t'b-
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COURT -- levied in said by the state county
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JUSTICE SUPREME
In each case has bon FOR for debt! service school! purposes- permitting the
a cross Top 1 ballots art invalid be. school board school district, special tax tcho-ii
used, and the interjection of cause crosses were not used I OF THE STATE OF FLORIDAFull FOR TAX COLLECTORVote issue by the State Board of Education of bonds 1 districts, port districts, drainage districts ant!
the lines of the cross is inside Bottom 3 ballots' are void ( term 6 years) and motor vehicle tax anticipation r.'rtifi'att's in other taxme districts and municipalisevriich ,
the circle or square. j because the Lines of the cross (Group Two) ( for One) behalf of a county requestingthf' satue mdprescribing \any by ordinance request that their tax'- bso -
do not intersect within the the duties and of courtv
-- powers
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-_-_- square. ..'. (Vote for One) J. R. KELLY (Dem) 'I II iI f boards of public instruction and of the State fix assessed the! powers and ,providing functions,for duties the and Legislatureto compensation
"- Board Education In connection therewith
of
Note-K a voting machine is used in your polling ticket remember it U B. K. ROBERTS (Dem) I -- -- --- -I II I of such officers.

completely reliable and enables you to split >our in any manner I i --- -- --
desired.: I - - -- I :: ------- FOR the-- AmendmentAGAINST FOR the Amendment

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Can't Split Your Vote For President I FOR JUSTICE SUPREME COURTOF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONVote I -- ----
THE STATE OF FLORIDA -- -- -
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( for One) NO. 10COVSTITITIONAL
Term NO. 2 !
And Vice President Ervin; Declares I (Unexpired ) "- -- -- I coNTmTiov\L: nmr.XT AMENDMENTARTICLE
II I (Group Three) H. P. MORGAN (Dem) I I ARTICLE v V .
I (Vote for One) -- II Proposing an amendment to Article V of th-
If you want to vote for Steven However, when the Attorney ---, -I, I Proposing amendment to Article V relatingto I Constitution of the State of Florida by adding

son and Xixon. or Eisenhower and General checked into the matter JOHN E". :\ THE'WS--Dem( ) .I -- --- -- --- --- .-, the Judicial Department, repealing Sections thereto an additional section to abolish the Courtof '
Sparkman--that's! too bad. Itcan't he found that the original law ------ - Two (2.. Three (3)), Four (Ml. Fiv f." ,. Six Record in and for Escambla County Florid
be done without invalidating passed in 1951 does not providefor -- -- FOR SUPERVISOROF (II), Seven (7)), Eight (8), Forty-four Hi) and and vest all its Jurisdiction in the Circuit Cou-

your ballot. So says Attorney Gen separate squares Thi indicates -- -- ----- ---- REGISTRATIONVote Forty-nine (49) thereof and inserting in lieu of E'cambia County: providing for an additionalJudge
-- --- Sections Numbered Two <2i to Eight of the Circuit Court of Escambia Count
thereof
that the intended
E'ral.Richard Erwin in an opinior.duifying Legislatme ( for One) l
for Florida, and for Prosecuting Attorneys in sai'lCourt +
(8 incluaive. Said Sections provide increasing -
some questions about that one crossmark besides the STATEFOR i
-- -- the number of Justices of the Supreme Court, and County, and for their appointmen'eompensation
the November 4 ballot. two names would be sufficient tc SECRETARY OF STATE MARIAN L. CROSBY (Dem) to Ten (10) and pertaining thp organization. and authority: providing for not
The presidential and vice presidential 1 cast a vote for the party ticketi ------ --- the Circuit Court: ft'
(Vote for One) -- -- -- I powers and jurisdiction! of the Supreme Court, less than six (6i' terms of .
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candidate of each partyrun i in said. and to provi-i-!
the assignment of Judses: to hear and determinerases Escambia County In each year
as a team and are grouped together I| This! year for the first time R. A. GRAY (Dem) -- -- ---- --- -- ---- ----. --.- -- -: and eligibility of retired Justices! and circuit for the appointment by the Circuit Court ">'

under the party label. Although i, Flc-ridians will be able to vote directly f Judges for call to temporary activo duty Escambia Count of Commissioners of Rfti'i!
i there are separate square; 1! for President and Vice Pres - -- -- -- -- I I fI FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Court and for their duties authority and corn

at the right of each of their' ident. -n--___- u-_-_ __-_-_--_ __--_- _-_ -------------.1- DISTRICT Vote for NO.One ONE) FOR-- the Amendment -- ---- pensation.
names the Attorney General says ( '
Actually. Presidents of the United the Amendment
GENERALVote -- -- FOR
ATTORNEY
that an "X" placed beside either States are not elected directly' FOR AGAINST the Amendment I
CAfU.PRE"ATIDem( ) I II II I
one or both means a vote for th' by the people, but by presidentla'electors II ( for One) --, AGAINST the Amendment
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selected in any manner a ---- ---- I .NO. 3CONSTITI'TION.I. __ ___ h
Nixon. --- -I
man or Eisenhower and state legislature may choose. RICHARD W (Dick) ERVIN (Dem) ---- -- -- -: AMENDMENT NO. 11CONSTITUTIONAL
will --
however proleably :
Most voters
Heretofore in Florida the voters ARTICLE Mil. SEC JO.N 1 AMENDMENTARTICLE
"X" both the presldentiaand have cast their ballots for presidential I-! I FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER Proposing an amendment to Article \TTT, Section Mil

vice presidential candidates 01 electors named on the ballot ---- --- -- ---:! DISTRICT NO. THREE 1 relating to counties as political I subdivisions Proposing an amendment to Article VIII !,y
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the party of their choice since :l, > and usually distinguished by -- ---- (Vote for One) of state and providing! that thr L'-gi; -lature addin a section to be designated by an appropriatr -

square is provided by each nanv the of their choice. FOR COMPTROLLERVote -_i shall have the power to rrrant to any county a section number of said Article providin/
for that purpose. The Attorne;i'1 party ( for One) H.. A. (Buddy-)-BISHOP JR -(Dmf) : t! charter under which it nay regulate and govern for all fees revenues or other charges collectedby
This year the process has been and internal affairs of Eacambia Coun-
General says however that elec -_I itself in respect to its loral the several county officers
tion officials won't need to keep i!I i 1 reversed No electors will be listed CLARENCE M. GAY (Dem) J -- -- : I not directly related to any state function! or ty shall be paid Into the general county fund of

separate count for thepresiden't; on the ballot Instead the responsibility as established by the Legislature Escambia County, subject to disbursement AH
and the vice president since aJ"X" ::. names of the presidential and vice ----- - --1- I :: -- -- ::.-- -: == ::--:- and under which may be designated anrl "egulated) provided by law The Legislature shall provide

fo '' presidential candidates will be1! -,-J. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER the duties! jurisdiction elates. terms and compensation by local or !special' legislation for the salaries
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placed j there. I It I It -- - of all county officials, except judges of expenses and compensation to be paid th.-
both. A single tally will do. sine DISTRICT NO. FIVE courts created-bv the Constitution and the m'-m- several) county officers of Kdcambia County
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the two nominees count as a uni t A vote for the presidential andvice j jf \'' FOR STATE TREASURER (Vote for One) bers of the county boards of public instruction ,
f f candidate of 3' (Vote for One) ---- ----- -
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will be counted as a vote _, ---- FOR the Amendment FOR the Amendment
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the party. party HARRELL (Dem)
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law and all for each of the ten Florida elector : J. EDWIN LARSON (Dem) II i_-I _I
printed e
The sampl the Amendment
AGAINST
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under oath t-- AGAINST the Amendment
ballots distributed to county officials '. i of the party. They are ,i I '_I I
show the separate square, | to cast their ballot in the Electora'; _, _-I

besides the names of the presidential I'I' College for the nominees of the I j jt

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i brought flowers, and the casket graph. XOTICK TO 'PPI-1 \It John R. Brackett. Plaintiffs..
banked. Hated this 8 day of October, 1952. In Circuit Court nrndf"rd are tn file your claims with the wit for
j is Only the flag shows. County Mildred E Bracken, Defendant.
1. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Delfina Hierro Sex-ilia Plaintiff i I County Jttigof Bradford County I Dlvorrfi
JL' Digger is down in the yard. He Isi I AB Clerk of said Court. \'''. Celedolllo. St \lll.l. Defendant.Case I :\ To Appear.To Case No. S429otlce r' .,' '.1.1. a I'b M Kht]j nT.nilTh. ;,; r- 'n fiil,: -e y..d
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smart dog. I brush him. Bye. i By Marian L. Crosby t>eputy Clerk. No 9432NiMlre :! : Mildred i,: l* a'k"'l. u', ". : i', *, t -' "'iM 1. .r .i amid! i '" :rt ..

God bless all 10.10 4t 10.31 To .\ppear. -sideue and address isLI.K.I..,v .. ,... "I, 'i %\ :.: i.M.,1 >..- -. r< n nr d r t .L
you "> Matin '- .f Limitation j .
To r ( 'd..dulIl" Stxilla. whose 1'1'- I You are herebynotified that a I your ansi i r C t .
LOVE LURA "ill( r. -io M'i'i\H II....ncr and ..nldu--i14.I E. JsthStie. suit for Divorce: has been filed c1 1 ,mi! r.i.-t I". duly! sworn to and plaint i'n I sand +
In l'Irc'uil ('..".t. HriiiKunl t't>unl>. t. Xl Y..rk.\: Y against you in the above named f' : 01 T Fl.' ? !1. : t.,' ,
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loriila. : In < hairrry.ilitrt.i ; You are hereby notified that a Court and cause and you are required : I' ,: 'M. 1 ]1' ,_' f le ; > -
.\ .l.ii'ksun 'a rr.>Il. I'lamtiff suit foriMxorit "'! \\ \,;. I', h' '
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:\u'.n.: TO .tppntii to serve a ropy of Your answer : th c" .:
fy iura gurqess AolirPQHCA. In Clrmit (Court HrnilfurU Cuunty, \ -. Fr..dn'k i (.mull rUmtiff I ustodx and control ol or pleading to the "lpl.l..t -' c' ; I.. ,
f.isc No. 9444 minor child and nstoiation of I:1q ,
1'loriiln; In Chancery. I IM i the l'Iunuff'.i' t n, \ I
.. NEBS.== u; I'F'! luadt-r. fir Plaintiff \olle Toppmr. maidt-n: name T. Fi.ink l.rI'-! ., ... \I /._
,i ce - -- -- \ '.ti-tan e y S, hr..d..r. lief'mini' To. Krt-drn k I'trr.ll|, \\ hi,se resl- has been filed against you In the Flornl.i. and fl' M 1... ..: 'I\ : \ "i l "U.I,..., ,, v .1.._ I.
; i 'a-.' .No.; 94:1:: d'lin.ind<< adrtrts is' 57.1: Best above named Court and cause and off".<. of the Cl, r.< .*. 'I'. 'CI1'III: 10 l r I'1:1 R f' "i tI I 1\' you.
\\ prl'inP celebrate a birthday I ifornla sent him a necktie alII' olloe To .\ PI'''"r' I Klst) StSeet t, NV 110' Yorkty. Nw you are required to serve a copy of : '..in t on or I..f..r' : .1 i ., ,.' n < in mi I upri. llrnillonl <'iunt, I', v' ..:! I.,. ;
I sing a gay song as I work socks. Don seemed ->o happy an,' 'lo. i 'n.i-t.im e J Si brad'r, whose i York your answer: or pleading to the I :'Noxembi-r If': ,J. .,",, I'.' -- :.I;?. ..1: I''"ricl.. : In i Ianrr. \
j i t-' Mr You are h'relnitifnil that a complaint on the Plaintiffs legations ..faid c.." p' ,.ut x\.ll L" '. i I': .1.
soldier I felt well Tne chicken roasted
on the Ian n. We bury a paId. I I'I"! w Load I'iaik Township, New; suit for Attornex. T. Frank Landrum, taken a> ..confer-1 \ y ,'11.I .
to a delicate tender brown I J.'rsey. I Divorce and I.-t..r.lti..n of Starke, Florida j This notice shall! be" publishedonce

Mother slaved by candlelight Everything was perfect even the You are hereby notified that a maiden name I and file the original In the office each week for four oons"cutixe \'It., I I"1't" ,'' .. '
and overalls l+uit for has titn filed! against you in the I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I weeks In the Bradford County Tele- ,
Mending slips homemade hot rolls were so lightI Divorcehas 11.110naml"d Court and I'allanll on or before the graph. ;

And when she tucked us in at worked again on the lawn. 1 been filed against you in the you are required to serve a copy of 17 day of November 1952; I I D.it.o1 tii." r 1 ,1 ,y.ift'h..r. I' _
above named Court and cause and your ant\ .-r on pleading to the "
IOFFICI\T. Si I': \T.) A.J Thon-i-i
otherwise the of said I .
night covered the tulips with leaves and are required to serve a of complaint on the Plaintiff's allegations I -
,
you copy -
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i.-k I f th.i I'jr'uit CIvy' "' -' -
'r -
She nursed our hungry souls have been turning the water I'' > ur answer or pleading to the Attorney /&< h H. Douglas. 505l.ytuh '! fessed Complaint by you.will be taken as con- 1!i Maria L I'ashy, Deputy Cl., : : < _ "" =- -: : 2 .:;: ''"-

complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney Ituildinp. Jaekl'onvillt"j' .
The way she groomed us in the sprinkler on the grass. The lawr T. Frank Laiidruin Florida ( This notice shall he publishedonce l I'> 1 17 It
and file the original in the office oft I each week for four consecutiveweeks I RADIO AND
Now it is Starke. Florida
morningThe was so dry. getting
urd file the original in the office the Clerk of the Circuit Court onl II.I in the Bradford County Telegraph :NOTH'KT STARKE
,
coldest heart would thaw; green. Days are bright and warm I.I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I. < > WHOM IT MXY i 'i >\I'tiN 1: : SERVICE
But when she gave a simple nights are cool. We still have out "ii or b..f"rethe or before the Dated this IT day of October, 1952 1'III-- lintl" "s n:: \ ( \ TELEVISIONRepair I
17 day of .Vox."ember. 1112.! ; I 24: day of November. 19-2; ((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas all 1 ii in.IT-' ,- V ,' i i
warning I furnace going. otherwise the allegations of said I ftherwiMthe allegationof said Clerk of the Circuit Court. E/.cI..th: 1.\ i. .j l 'l 1. r \
We knew her word was law. Below we have the body of a Complaint will be taken as confessed Complai'it will be taken as- confessed ly] Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
'' by you t'J >OU. : lu 17 4t 11 7soricn Service On All
She taught us always to be kind' soldier. Killed in the war in Korea This notice ,$hall be published This: notice shall t>e published : Makes

And she seldom used the rod, Such a nice young man from our once each week for four consecutive once each week for four cc.n".cutlve 1

But she brought us up to mind town: He has banks of lovely weeks in the Bradford County Tele- weeks In the Bradford County : TO .IPPIm
eraph. Telegraph. In Circuit 'ourt, Bradford ('ounty.FI"rldnl TELEVISION and RADIOSFor
I
The laws of man and God. flowers. It makes me sad to see Bated tins 15 day of October 195!. hated this 22 day of October. 1012 In ('huorrrj.Itosendo ATTENTION

-Robert A. Kriener his mother weep. They are sucha (OFFICIAL !SEAL A J. Tnomat-. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.Circuit.J. Thomas Court, I.\\.r..n..'., Plalntff. x"-.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Clerk of the
nice family. I have the flag try Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. !,">' Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Eta Lawieiue, DefendantCase No OIL'S If You Have
These good mothers of ours 10/17 4t 117oiil'iOF 10/24 4t 11,14
hung out in front at half mast Nonce To Appear.To 1

had much to do with our way of for him. His picture is on the flag- ivrr.vnoN TO ; 1 : Eva Lawrence whnsr"st- PINE OR CYPRESS PHONEJl'.s
> : I 'I'UI'I'IUI II..nc'f' and address 71 West 12thstreet.
and our of NO IK K is:
now
thinking way draped casket.HELPFUL Hl.:(.l<> ir.lt "''''1'1'1'11I1'S ;\ t11F: I In ('I mil I Court, llnulforil (Count, : New York New York : PROMPT
living. I like to imagine I am doing HINTS: Effort Notice. i1hereby given that the I Klorlil.i: In ('hunrrrj.KOSIOI You are hereby notified that a TIMBER TO SELL
recipes uiider -iJ'n..I. und-T the pruMslonsof H Johnson Hamtiff.v. suit> forDixorce
old-fashioned things using
cleaning the oven heat it a little Chapter 2i).,::: Lawf Florida, I Prf..ndant I RELIABLE I
lren- A. Johnson and ratification ofseparatKii Tracts 198MV//
Small
; and singing the old hymns my first. Then use a soapy water tc Acts of 1941 will reRister with theClerk Case No 9446Notice agreement I Large or
Circuit Court in and :
of the
mother used to Her
dear sing. wash and will I of Florida To Appear. V. I has been filed against you In the
grease disappear. County, State I
of life was good. Her house. for ITradfurd To' Irene A. Johnson whose resi- ibore named Court and cause and l We Buy All SERVICE
way white sheet bUn upon r..iJ.t of proof of publicatioi j I'nknownYou ,
a
may try using 'dr'ICr nd address is: rou are required to serve a ropy of
work was harder, but she had! ket for interlining in my' quilt of this Tlwntas''nurt notice. the and fictitiousname Trailer are hereby notified that a ;your answer or pleading to the I''

much joy in living. I cannot re of suit forDivorce ;omplaint on the Plaintiffs I PAY TOP PRICES
this the under which we are engagedin I
January. They say quilting I'ark.
Attorney, T Frank Landrum : K.I,1.: ST. STARhE. Fl V.
member that she worried so of Starke. Fla :
business at in the
filed against you
is easier and they stay has been Starke, Florida.
world conditions. In fact there Owners n. T. Thomas Starke. Fla. I ahoy named Court and cause and I and file the original In the office of O -' _
.. smoother after washing. Do not Susie Thomas, Starke Fla. art'rl"lulro'cl to serve a copy of 1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court :,, -. -- :-=:;'L1B.'i. '
was no such problem when I war you onor -_ .- __ .. ; : ,_ :.j"
keep cake and bread in the same I Dated this 6th day of October. A i iI | your anl'wl'r..n pleading to the before the Write Call -
a child. Now with the national! Coun- i-.niilaint| on the Plaintiff'sAttorney 17 day of Novtmber 1952.: or
Pradford i
box. Cake will absorb the moisturefrom D., 1J32! at Starle Frank l.andrum. -
debt and Communism ever to con qty I Florida. i T. the bread. Air pillows on a 1 10 10 4t 10 31 I IXOTICK :StarkeFlorida, I Iard /: will betaken as confessed : -
... front all in too deep tc the office of
in
us, ways file the original by
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you.
cloudy day. Sun draws out the 01! : I B.T.THOMASLUMBER
define. Over 50 per cent of the in. Clerk of the Circuit Court on This notice shall be published
voters from the feathers. | nr before the (nce each week for four consecutive I
women. We can vote
are MACARONI SALAD: These : To whom it may concern: 24 day of Novemlirr 1S.! : weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
measure in if we would all of saidL'ompUrit rraph.Daltil. CO.
any otherwise the allegations I
days one needs a heavier salad. I am not responsible for any )II "
.
will be taken as ionf" this I r day of (1.-1..1.! r l':
hang together. 1 pkg. macaroni rings 1 car I check given or anything charged'! ed hy you. Io-1, ([OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas PHONE 211 .J
Monday was Don's birthday. 11 This notice shall be publishedmce Clerk of the Circuit Court SUPERIOR
small peas. 1 cup chopped celery by Lillian Starling | P. 0. Box 735
each week for four conarcutite 1 I'y.I Marian L Ciostix Depots{ i 10'1'1 t
had him a big dinner and ha(' 1 small onion cut fine 1 cup cook I (Signed) V. L. Stalling j weeks in the Br&dfuI'lIC..untJ' Tel.- In 17 4t\ 11UTICI STARKE, FLA.

his brother and wife over. I made ed ham, cut in tiny pieces 3 boil Oct. 2t--2t--Oct. 311I j graph. i I in t.\ try sense of fine and upright
Dated this 22 day of Cictober. rt.-: :: : TO .tPPKtlln .
f Him a big three-layer cake. The ed eggs cut up. i I I (1(1.t.IAL1'1.[ : .) A. J. Thoma- Circuit Court. Bradford County, ...... --- .- ./- modern serving and unusual careful-
center layer I made pink. I put Cook macaroni in coiling saltwater I I I Noun: TOPPHU Clerk of the Circuit Court I Florida: In Chancery. I

even candles on it. Six for ter until tender. Drain and I In (Irmit Court, llrniltoril I'ount", :rv. M.tiun: L. Crosby, Deputy I Cl.' 'rk I TlP-S in guarding against needless ex-
put .
\ Morltla: In ('hnn. rry. 10/244t 11 HNOTK FYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYNOTICE
years each and the one for another in cold water. Drain again. Com Helen It Nelson. I'l.tmtiffs \.. Frank PPI1Sl'

year. He was surprised and hap bine all other chopped and cut up Arthur Velsoii. Defendant. SI47 "i': PLANNING TO MOVE? !
i'use No.
to whomit
py over his house slippers sock ingredients. Don't allow any big Notice Topprar.. Notice is hereby given

and hankies. His daughter in Cal- hunks. Mix with' mayonnaiseServe To: Frank Arthur X..lson..hol'1! i mayc oncern that I have ar
re.-idence and address is09: lennett of J. FCickliter -..- Let do the job for compitit. I
cold in bowl lined with crisp'lettuce. Axenue. New York New Executor]," of the Instate filed Final : .' 'i' n us you DeWITT C. JONESPhone
deceased nu
Good with baked beans You are hereby. notified Yllrk.I i eport and, will on the 10th day of t ; R 6 AIYARfz EOif# 14\ We operate l local l and long I 7 Starke Fla.

suit for AD, 19S2.: apply t.. thebounty distance in U. S. ,
Hearing Aids Here is my favorite poem Dl\oll-e November Cmiiuvlorida ; TAIIIII.'LA. anywhere I Ii
I: Judge of Bradford 'Y. MOVING 11
has been filed against you in theaunve Final li.'chargi .1 -aidExecutor i
for :.ue.r.tww
"Hope in HOMES." named Court and cause and J i i I errs-seeee 'J

... AND So long as there are homes )'''U are required to serxe copy of This Jth day of October A l I' ]lvL p, Phone 311 or 250-J i Funeral Director
your an..w..r..n pleading to the A. J. Thomas Kx I unit Ambulance Service t tOur
To which men turn at close of complaint on the 1'laintiffs 10, 10 41 !HI ititnnlt \ I

BatteriesDiabetic day; I Att..r'u'T.. .Fiurida' Frank Land ruinStarke. I Bradfordl'ouuly : Excellent Storage Facilities I II local funeral home enables os to offer conveniences anA :
J.dae'atour(!
So long as there are homes II services not otherwise available.
and file the uiitm.il in the office ofi;| I Florida) In Prohate.N 4t
Foods Where children are, where women the Clerk "f the I'lnuit Court on. UK: Kstate: of llertha Kutcii uipKins I
or before the | Deoeas.dNOIM ,. t
\\ HerlonR. r -I I' 4
stay-
:24 day: \o\nnber: \19'>2; j 'i: 'io ('U"IIITUII'AIl : > R. B. ALVAREZ I
AND If love and loyalty and faith be otherwise the allegations of said (i creditors of the eitat.of 0> "'' -I I We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and 1
Colllplat'lt Will be t.lkell as ConfessIe \Virgins II--rli Found those sills I Iha Itobinsoii
across
SuppliesSurgical .1 l by you I'eased.' are h.-rebnotifltd' and ". Agents for Delcher Bros. I accept ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY :
A stricken nation can l'eco'erFrom This notice shall be publishedonce fie; V claimi fl'
luin-d to : : :: company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. :
each week for four consecutive mah.n ,.' .It.: tin'" Hid
its gravest ills. mantis which tlu-v ferryman ;,'. S. Court St.
weeks In the Bradford County Tele- laid estate in the off e "f 'h, Consultation carries no obligation. \
So long as there are homes graph. County; Judge of liiadfuii) I'.un" \ I .,. ___ \
'" II 'I " '
Where lamps are lit and prayer :: ll.ltell till- -'.' il.IV ..f j", (t..l..r. 9.'l2: i j I'"lorida in Hit Court Ilnii'a.11tark. ,

SupportsAND are said; OFFICIAL. !SKAU .\ J Thomas: ;:-: ... Florida w ithi'i tight i 1'1 i .
Clerk of the Circuit'Court :calendar months from the dat. ""f
Altho a people falter throughThe Hr! :Mat out L CrosUv, Deputy Clerk the first publication of this Notice

dark and nations grope. 10 1M 4t II 14OTI'I1'l 'I Uach claim or demand must be in I
-- and must state the place of
Trusses With God Himself back of these I ;\ ) AI'I'Mtll/ :iriting resideneiand post office address oft I,

Little homes we have sure ;; Ill Circuit Court. Ilrnilfnril (.untl'.I I ;the claimant and must be sworn to ,
"I'liirliln In himcerr. jSpencer j his
hthl" claimant his agent or I
HOPE. Ja'k..n.'Iintift.: \s Uo- ittorney or (
We Rent I._,' Jack""n, Defendant. to law ,'' t .

I am thinking of my son and Case No. 9415.Notice Join :M. \VipRin, Administrator I o
'1'.. \|>|ienr.To. I of IVrtha Robinson '
CrutchesVeterinary family. His home where children I : Rosa Kee Jad, "II. whose resi-j of the Wiggins s'-tat.: Herlong. clt'ct'al'l'cl. j: tUn ___- JfoSal>ilit\ of rqutpmrnt, orcrr.nnrrand trim a* lUuttla W,
.
arise each morning and go tc detii.e and address b. Route -, Uox | First piibln.ition ( <'tober 10 Ii!>.ri2 i ilO'lO I pRD ...\ 1'N'. ." '. dcitndtnl on material supply condition
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school. The and plenty of 141. Edison Ceortria i 4t 10/3H 0\ 4 / __ .. : \
peace I out
You are hereby notified that "iI 3 toilet\
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that home where love dwells. Thereare I suit for divorce has been filed I MtllCi: 'I'() Ari'iUt' 'l\/1 0

Supplies many such homes. May Got' against you in the above named I In Circuit Court Ilrndfurd County. I \tic \\esS ,non i
Court and and
cause you are required -'liirlilni In hnnrerv
bless all young people striving to serve a copy of your answeror r.-t- :Nohr-trdt. Plaintiff vin'r..'-l i L W'I

day to make a home and rear I plendiner to the complaint "n l hNohisteflt.. liefend.uitCas. I ....,
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the Plaintiff's Attorney, Zach II. AI" ::;
their precious young children 'H"I \
505 Jacksonville
CANOVAPRESCRIPTION Douglas. Lynch Building -
:Vntlre Io Appear \
But so long as we have homes and' I Florida, and file the To' I."rothXllhr |l..dt. \\ h *l f ..,<". ... ,. r-
original In the office of the Clerk !Ii ; j. I'nknown ':_ I I
God we can recover from the rrsld'nr, and address : [ j _
:> ,
: -.W
of the Circuit Court beforethe :j
CENTERnear i on or You are hereby notified that a ''>..
:
gravest Ills of the world. | 10 day of NoVeiul.el. 196other-: ; '' .suit for I ,

( hospital) Time to put the sweet potatoes' wise the allegations of said Complaint ,I. IMMIH e (0' "<;,;.r :.; "I
will be taken as confessed by has been filed against you in the
in the oven and get Don his lunch
| and and
you. above named Court cause Ii
Gainesville, Fla. I have been interrupted several! Uhis notice shall be published' you are required to serve a copy of
.n1'I'h week fur four consecutive to the
> iw"l"ks | your answer or pleading
times let in visitors. have
tp They in the Bradford County Tele-I mplaint on the rialitfJ"s! I i itloiiifv.eal ? r
\ I' Evans. Jr. 102 u. 1 4e >tiyIrOf1"

l..u\ Khangt: Hldg Jal'ksulI'i
\ ,Ilie|! Florida.itnl <<.
file the original in the office of''

.. Clerk of the Circuit Court onr F sp
In-fore I the n. ,
10. i wise the allegations of said ,
SPECIAL ,I' 'niplaint will >Ie> taken as onfti-s- .
r SALE il I by you.
x This notice shall be published i:
I;sus will once each week for four consecutive i i.
I eeks in th'e Bradford County Tele-
; I
1
graph. 'I CHOICE OF TWO GREAT CABS in hu" Ford tPickup .-
luted this !IH day of O..t.b..r.i I <
low l-ft. floor to ground loadt-o n-'a'M
Easier
1 I""' ."'. loading
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For a Limited Time (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I
Only Clerk ot the Circuit Court

-r -* %. I'v: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ('Ierk'i
3.Ti h: 10 :24 4t !

at most Borden Dealers I II
-. a II I
) o wip i iMIIKI I

: ui .H'I" :.\H Only the FORD Pickup
In Irrnii( ('('"rt, llradford County, :
1'loriiln: In hnnrery.nu .
nor w i I: T.\l.i. I'lamtiff.s,
e 1e0d M TLyllr lId. hl.vlt.,
1t .' Case No 9411

Nn ire To .\ ppar.ll"si" .
I M. Tax 1.1' xx hose rei -
and address I' Unknown.

I 'i. forDivorce u are hereby notified that a saves you up to


1 been filed against! you in the
i \e named Court and cause and
t u are required to serve a Copy] .If
J i- answer or pleading to the

plaint.\ltorn.: on.)". the Al Plaintiff's Schneider: :ImlI'loor gallon in !

ifTTLIIAik Mile I Florida Lynch Building, Jackson- one seven

i ,1 1 file the original In the office i
i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I'
l,..fore the '

in, day of November, 1952:
,'withl' allegations of said I! '

CREAM :plaint will be taken as lon- I.
Ford
ICE tlhi Get a new Pickup

!: n .,11 be published

PINT ( ,1' sadford r four conse County<'ux J.1\ now start saving *r. ,

IN EACH .' Kl! !! ..
t
FLAVORS
'. f
3 October 1952 '
FF1 ', !.I A. J. Thomas, ; up to 14% on gas >r ...
.
CierK ot the Circuit CourtMarian r w. y /
L. Crosby,
Deputy Clerk
In the Run Ford Trot
10. 10 4t 10 31 Economy owners

kept cost records of gas, oil, and sen,'ice i
NOTICP. ro .tppntnr Only FORD giveschoice
cirrult Court Uradford Coast, (but not including fixed expenses such as .-'-'

Kluriil.i' ; In (,hn n....',. of V-8 or SIX.! taxes, license, insurance. depreciation, etc ,
'..1 K 1.s'" 1'1.Clnff. \ -. J..t..zI.
either the famous Ford 3 out of 4 Ford F-l Pickups for
!.es'. Dr f> ml.itit C'aX" 9416 Choose ran
:\"tlre T.. ..ippenr.1st Truck V-S. now 106 h.p.. or the less than 21 a mile! OVER 7 CU. FT MORE PAYLOAD SPACEandcarrifv
.. ,.
;r wi.e. uh s re<"denieidtlitfs -
'' l-.ad. SupporttdC
all-new Low-FRicriov 101-h.p. fUI'I -on
i ILam RI.id. < Ti.iic -
1'L111h .in,.., I.i itt CLIPPER Six that sa\es up Ford offers the only all-new LOW-FRICTION load capacity of :tin i For f'ukupiaa full

I y.\I: for are hereby notifitd! that a to 14 r 1; on gas! engine in any Pickup: Cuts friction poweras.8 cu. ft 11.'Jmparf'd to 31.6 cu. ft.

1'ixorce waste! Saves up to 1 gallon in 7! in the next: leading make!
I been filed against you !n thee
named Court and cause and
.
u a-e required to serve a copy of
.r answer or pleading! to the
taint on the Plaintiff's FOR -rwL: USED TRUCKS
-, Attorney. T Frank Landrum .FOBD TRUCKS LAST lOHCU

Clarke. Florida best LESS .ung ,li'irt rerstntioA iJ.'J on 1069.000 trod, i
in for the FORD TRUCKING COSTS
i-
before the deal in town __ __ __ _
10 day of November 1952: ,
r f4 d h' rwise the allegations of said'niplaint ,
will b.r taken as confessd : 'I
t, s t I 1 i, by you. I I
? ictt This notice shall be published : ANDREWS MOTOR CO.i
1T nee each week for four consecutive .

Goal' Gueiatared0y Houselerp.nf t ,,e err graph.weeks In the L a.,1ford County Tele .

as' Dated this 8 day of October. 1952.1:

if/TSBOPDE4'.. 8F 6AD .,. : OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas

I; Hy Marian Ort L. Crosby of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk I I II i & Adams Sis. Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDAF

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 31, 195 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE, FLORIDA
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CHANGE TO WHAT? .



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We Have Heard A Lot of Talk in This Campaign About "Wanting A Change" -- The Republicans Say They'll Give Us "A



Change" Maybe lese Are The "Changes" They Want To Make So We Will Have "Good Times" Like We Did In





The Good Ole Days of Coolidge and Hoover





TO THE FARMERS TO THE HOUSEWIFE TO THE WIDOWS

Maybe they want you to sell your corn for 15 cents a The J Republican-: : REA: and other similar Federal: projects -
bushel instead of $1.85. "socialism" they! must want you ;to burn chip and WHO HAVE CHILDREN
Maybe they want you to sell your strawberries for $1.25 corn cobs to cook with instead of electricitx.
Maybe!) they would J I hk .,.
1 <' .th. t\\i\ \ i Aid to 1>,
of
per crate instead $11.50.Maybe Maybe they want you to change from electric I washingmachines -
they want you to sell your! hay for opi 5 instead I of to a tub} and scrub: board I like 1 we had I'in the good Stat pendent J". Children.! That! ; I t to,.,,,. ,'. rm M,".1'1' $35 to $40 a ton. old Hoover days.
Perhaps they want you to sell your soy beans for $1 per Perhaps they want j ou to change from the electric iron
bushel instead of $3.45. to the ol -time smoo ling iron-the kind Ike's mother used
They want you to sell your beef cattle for four and five when he'was a boy. TO THE MEN & WOMEN
cents per pound instead of 20 to 28 cents. :Maybe they want you to burn kerosene oil lamps instead
They want you to sell your hogs for six and seven cents of electric lights, and turn in your radio and television: sets WHO WORK
instead of 16 to 20 cents per pound. because Senator Taft thinks too many common people are
The Republican 80th Congress passed the slippery, slid- driving automobiles-much less enjoying such luxuries as Perhaps they'd! hk<- tn.. -ee \i. ,am .x.v: t to flu\( p-r week
ing parity support to give least support to the farmer when radio and television. as many of you did in Home, da\; ,M.MJ, of the} $35 tJ
he needs it the most and under which the farmer will never Surely they wouldn't hold out any hope for that cooperative $75 per week you're getting now.
know what the support will be when he plants. Under that telephone service you've been working for because that Maybe they'd like to see you working 12 and 14 hours for
bill farm support prices can slide down to a point below the too would come under their head of "socialism". 75 cents to $1 per day instead of $6 to $8 for an honest dav's
cost of production. That is the last definite program of the work. '
Republican members of Congress. This bill really suits the Maybe the Republicans would like to move all the faniili.,:
grain mills cotton mills, cotton buyers, tobacco companies, TO ALL THE GOOD MEN now living in nice new low rent housing projects into littIt-
and big! business generally. log huts on ditch dumps on railroad rights-of-way, because
.. their Old Guard Congressmen have fought Federal 1 housing)
AND WOMEN OVER 65 at every turn.
TO THE TAXPAYERS
:\Iayh(' themild like 1" tak if\tat. lank' pen-ions and
General Ike says he will cut taxes $40 Billion Dollars, send you to the county home heuuiseoctal: security: comes TO ALL CONCERNED
but he doesn't say how. To cut taxes $40 Billion Dollars he under the }heading of the "Welfare State" and that's bad-or
would have to cut out all civilian government !spending, which so they say.General, The Republican.-: : ly I tit.' !bn>""ua-l hilI' is:; less than $15 Billion, and $25 Billion of the defense program Ike himself said in a speech on Doc. 7, 1919!> that into a mess, bute :-a.I. I the I),'nun-rat d-traightened) out
or else cut $'10 Billion from the defense program and "If all that Aml'l"icanwant i is security, they can go to the mess that the I Republican- um 11'f- say that it i i.;
)leave our country in a defenseless position. I prison." On Sept. 27, 1919 he said that "I think that the smooth sailing today compared: I to \\ hat it was< : 2i(i years
It is far easier to complain about taxes than to offer a best example of security would be a man serving a lifetimein and we predict that a majority of t the American people ago will
solution. We're all paying high taxes, but,at least we have federal prison." On Nov. T 0, 1919 he said: "Maybe we, want to keep sailing: right along with the Democratic Party
something to pay them with, which is more than most of us like: caviar and champagne: when we ought to be out working with Adlai Stevenson as Captain.
could say 20 years ago. on hot dogs and beer" Here's; to a bigger Democratic \'idorthan ever.

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.m.m..m.mn to spare you think first of money oer cent chlordane and 5 per cent'I I u? as if we could tart right in We I are wondering about tr.v.nf.: '

I ventures (such as preparing f DDT. Not only did this dust take again: working the plants. We've ourselves for it seems 1(11" t. '

sheltered place for some tomatc good care of the worms eating the ,i I got rid of most of the weeds but 1! getting labor for picking ,=< ,. e I. I I '
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:: plants I instead of cleaning up i buds, but it also killed cutworm* !'I the soil needs stirring for a lot of! problem in raising beriu.- 1

I But we won't be happy until wt [ md molecrickets (as well as other i i the plants seem to be just sitting I -

/ D I A R get this farm looking good. insects, for all we know We see j i there doing little. Guess we'll use i No one knows the future : (s rw

no tell-tale furrows which mole the strawberry hoe and loosen up l least of all us, but ;if ;.t i ot"-

By Sam McGarvey J JThe 3 But Alice is finding some time crickets leave, and no plants cut the soil arcund the plants ] the worst we'll at least h" .

E I| to plant flowers and they will help off from cutworms. <; a { something to eat. We max tj '\ ,'.

author will be glad to to make the place more attractiveIt's a ., Doi't knojv when or how were j have to live on a n.nbinai.j .. J I

celve items of Interest true you can't eat them but There's going to be some i ... ever going to get lupine and j which II I ,
heard *
we a man around( i- x1
s Ing the activities of farmers then you can't eat a beautifu' changes made on our place, so fav oats planted. Due to the rainy
Bradford County. Suggestions .unsH. as our stock is concerned. We've j weather we have not yet jjct the 'likes'' 'abba;,.' ,lIld! s'rthi'rr .

r be left at the Telegraph office e I I II got to cut down on our feeding I right fild completely cut under eaten ti'tret!hci ti oflo f

mailed to Sam McGar\ey, I We'ie getting quite a kick out 'I> costs: s-o it's going to be the end' anj we have all of the Sedge gras? ,
of our little row of bush Kentucky ', of the trail for some of our ani- field to do yet. We still want to dc ; .'

t .m.._.._.._. _. _.._.._._........ Wonder beans. This is the first ;; rr.als. In a way we hate to do it it. but we hesitate to plant TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT time we've raised them and it'' but it is either that or go broke. t late that we will not get the ful1 FOR SALE
drying wind and things : a a
in the berry patcK benefit.
Sam working looks to us as if they may prove tc i ,
most, of the week hoeing the I to l look better. be successful for us, for ar'' We'll have to butcher Blondie i *
crop
plants. He finds that if he puts in a neighbor a points out it is easier I I She is a fine animal, but she hat' ,;; That old demon the weather Frazee HouseAnd .

a full day hoeing berries, plus the Dug more sweet to control insects on a bush-type trouble when she had her first controls most of our activities. We Vacant -4---4I T4
regular chores, he does not need week, and while they are plant. litter of pigs, and right then and plan what we are going to do, or Lot

any sleeping pills to put him tc ing in size, they are also !, there we should have disposed of' try to do and then it starts tc Behind

sleep. And also that after a long ing more splits. But for But Sam's favorite bean is the her, but we kept her and had her rain and doesn't know when U FIRST BAPTIST 1 I e

day in the field he is not so in I part the potatoes are good ole wax bean that his pappy: bred again but it didn't take and! \ stop and there's nothing in the l'lit'IU'II
terested in what is on television and we are now we've fed her a long time i I world for
grown yet was so fond of. Our row is producing us to do but wait And BEST OFFER OVER
that night. Truth is that he i it some to sell on our pretty well, and the variety I with no result to show for it. Sc that can drive you just about batty Concrete
has the
about raising berries and we'll have to butcher her and strength traffic rolling without
crazy ket. Then too, we have is the best we've
(Surecropi
loves to be in the patch hoeing, eat, and they are good seen. Cook a mess of them witha while we're at it guess we'll butcher I $5500TAKES and the stamina to carry pavement shutdowns for

messing with the runners, or fix ed or baked, just covered little pork and you have something ] little Knothcad and make sau We read !some time -ignVibout ? heavy truck traffic and it untimely repairs. .
ing up beds that have washec1down. rich butter and seasoning. sage out of her. method devised
which we think is mighty by a Wa&hmgtor IT
The patch looks prettygood a State is ideal for fast-moving Concrete offers all

now. Not as good a.' it Had the deep freeze fine eating. And Butch, the red steer, if a contrivance berry grower W'ho rigged up passenger cars. It is skid these advantages at low
might, for we have had much toe about ready to butcher. We'll shut on the back of hi: STROUT REALTY
much rain and that has delayedthe was relieved to find that For the first time we've got him up in the barnyard and let tractor so that he slowly drew p resistant, drains quickly, annual cost. Its first cost

plants. But some of the plantsare something be expected which to fix Sam himself. I multiplying onions, and invention we think Ii IiI him have all the corn he'll eat and platform over th.- tWI'I'Y b'dan: ,' Starke Florida improves visibility and is usually less than other
to now and that they are a great then in about ten we'll
that starting is encouraging.grow a leak in the minutt'I I]We're gathering and elling some him. days butcher ptekl'rpll'kt'cI: from the platform cuts driving 'costs by pavements of equal load-

and needed more gas. But already and the best part is that j i saving on gas, tires and carrying capacity, its
the time we got the will to replace those !I
Received a New Baby Announce the television set went more harvest.grow Guess we'll plant Happy will have to go off tc UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITYOffered repairs. Concrete has maintenance is less and
ment this week about our former so we have something else we market. He is a little bull calf and the
another double row fur we'll be durability to keep its life is longer.
calf Toby, from the Dotsons repaired. There's always as the price is off on cows we may hy
sell them.
to
Seems that Toby has had a fine; thing! able not get much for him, but at least :MARSHALL FIELD OWNED ENTERPRISE
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bouncing heifer weighing a husky I i we'll save the cost of feeding hirr To ambitious. woman of character .education refinement; Insist; on highways built of
85 Ibs. According to the news I Don't have to look far for something and have more milk and cream U age 26-60. 1'refer one concrete
e\perien ,
With the first cool teaching: dub or ( hurrh
Toby and her new calf are both: to do, even if it's rainy and! sell.
the Fall we had to light work. ,Miist h > ready 10 accept position by Noiemtwr lOt h,
doing fine, and we are very glad i ir cold outside Sam got busy and a a
heater for the first in MAKMIALI PORTLAND
gas II a FIELD OWXKI1 i\TKWKISE: CEMENT ASSOCIATION
I for the Roadside : be un-
to hear it. made another sign That will cut us down to three

r SOn heater and it keeps feels good our home after quite(' Market and before Spring getr cows (all bred) and a young heifer. rmplnycd noand desirous rendering service of national 507 Mortgage Guarantee Bldg., Atlanta 3, GeorgiaA
here we !should have a completeset importance, and he capable earning above 1.000 annually.
one of the miserable cold from the field, or from And two sows, or rather one
of signs Openings availableariou arras in 1'Iorid.i. For national organization to Improve and extend the of
rainy late afternoons Sam went tc chores. See that the folks up sow and an open gilt. We'll get interviewvvritP uses portland cement

feed the hogs, and on seeing something had snow, so guess we're them bred and then we think wo'}I1! fnll>' !stating; age, education, experience and phone and concrete through ici- nliflc research and engineering field work

went up to the house to re- lucky to be living in sunny Had the fireplace going this nllmll4'r to: -
be in better financial .
port to Alice that Blondie was Florida. week, and we certainly enjoy the shape -- -- -- -' --
F. E. WENTWORTH
about to have pigs. He saw a bed comfort of a real fire in a rca' .i CONCRETE
that one of the hogs had made fireplace. There' something restful 'I Took a look at our berry patch p. o. BOX 6110 CHICAGO. ILL U THE LOW. NNjf'-C-lbJf p VIMJNt
All things considered, our
and assumed that it was Blondie en garden looks pretty ; in sitting by a fire, watching i: with a neighbor and it seemed tc - - - .- -- ___ ___ __!. .. J
and that she was about to farrow the leaping flames, that gives! you I
have okra, cabbage '
In the cold, rainy weather very I complete relaxation and a chance ,I II
tard, turnips, collards ,
, bad time. So Alice and Sam got beans, onion sets, Ito| get the ache out of your ol busy and started to prepare a bones.
onions, wax beans, beets,
pen for Blondie, only to discoverin .
lettuce ,
parsley
the middle of the job that it rutabagas % ,/
Kentucky Wonder beans Made the mistake of forgettingto II -
was HENRIETTA making the bed I
I' cumbers. Of course, not take the calf Happy in out of
and that as we knew she wasn't'going
1 these are mature as yet, the cold rain this week and although
to have pigs, we guessed the
his getting
are all growing. we prevented
truth that she :
was preparing: o 0j
pneumonia it was a narrow escape
against a cold night. So we learned
something! We're getting after We put him in a closed shed, gave I
milk, and driec1'
eWe grass and weeds around him a pail of warm
with a little mower him off by rubbing with dry rags
had more rain this past power I
really does 4 good job.
week and it has just about beer
that the grim job of We had an infection of dril' i
impossible to make any headwayBut I
make a living by farming worms ior whatever you cal' I r
then, as it always happensthe little time for tidying up them) in our berry plants so \ve I i ;

sun came out, with a good! When you do got a few dusted them with a mixture of f w
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORID PAGE T1IIRTFXN
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by Marian NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI f: 1I "..,.
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Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and
family of Jacksonville visited rel
atives here recently.
T. N. Norman was a recent I
visitor to Tate Crosby who was in''' UUIALL

St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville i ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman'!'

and daughter, Linda were recent : ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer) ) e A.r..1) .
Stearns in Tavares. : ,
The Heilbronn Hallowe'en 'am. \
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ival was held at the school house
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Thursday night and was a big sue j I i
cess. i I
Mr. and Mrs. R L. Morgan, Jr '
of Jacksonville were recent guest
of his parents! the R. L. MorgansMr. I
: and Mrs. M. Beach of Jack.

Carmichael.sonville of were her mother weekend Mrs.guests Delori recently t Tonight Friday 8:00:


Training Union Party
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The Intermediate Department of
I the Baptist Training Union enjoyed I'
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a party at the home of Mr. and 1
Mrs. Johnnie Cowart recently
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social.About 30 young people enjoyed thif i!, BRADFORD PARK

WA Meeting ,
The Heilbronn PTA held its''

regular monthly meeting at the I
school. Plans were completed for
the carnival and other business
transacted. Refreshments were I
served at the close of the meeting

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In Circuit Court, Itrnilfiird ('oiinlj,
.Florida In (Cbanrrr
f.iNimir liurak, I'l.uniuf \- Mary
Inrak. nefemlant ,'.OW V. :ttZv Tornadoes
Not Ir* 'I'.. .Appear
To. Mary liurux, <\lu>.s. r,--"4cnceI Macdenny
-nil address IK t7 I 10 bih Snet-i,!I vs.
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suit You furl are hrrruy nc.ufi.-d. that a

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has ben fil.-d against you' in (lieahde
namrd Cotirt amiuu- you are required to serve n copy of
your answer on pl -adinir to the
comj'Ialnt: on the 1'Uintiff's

Starke Attorney, Florida T. Frank I.andrulu I Adults School Students 50c School Students 25c
and the file Clerk the of original the! Circuit In the Court office on of*,, $$1.00 High Elementary -

or before the
17 day of. o\.mh"r, 1552: : ;
otherwise th. allegation of said
4'oinplaiit Hill he taken as confessed -
by )'ou.
This notice hall tie pilhllshed ..
once each week for four consecutive TTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyVfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT n.at..mmYYmV..a..mt.nY.n..atmutt.matttatta.mttmtnrntttntmm .m.C .
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Telegraph.Dated this 15: day of October 195:;!.I
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I IC II
Clerk of the Circuit Court *
roT Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 10/17 4t Clerk 11/7 j 1952 SCHEDULE

!. Circuit rou-: Bradford :
Florid*| la Chancery.
Barbara Jean Simmons, coa"t'//
James Monroe Simmons,

\ Appear Order James Of Mule Monroe Publication Of Florida Simmons And Case! Notice Toi,No.whosereKidcnce !M1U'1'01 I E SEPTEMBER 19 r Starke 19 Leesburg 0 OCTOBER 31 r MACCLENNY HERE

and address N
Jim Carolina.Simmons, Walnut Cove North i SEPTEMBER 25 Starke 13 Seabreeze 7 e NOVEMBER 6 ST. LEO THERE
November You are 10 required, 1952, in to the appear alJo\'ei on > r. -- 1. r f
named Court and cause, wherein -
plaintiff of seeks minor divorce child., care Bradford and custody ,, C OCTOBER 3 Starke 6 Palatka 12 NOVEMBER 14 KETTERLINUS THERE 3
County in Telegraph next four shall weekly\publish issues.Witness this1Order I E -

mv hand and official: seal
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nt(11I5 OFFICIAL::Stark. ..SEAL Florida) A.this J. October Thomas 4 I OCTOBER 10 r Starke 6 -- P. Yonge 20 NOVEMBER 21 GREEN COVE SPRINGS HERE 'tC

AH Clerk nf said CourtLy

Attys.Charles Kuildinsr.Marian for U.Jacksonville Plf.L.Mess Crosby, ::lIt,Guaranty Deputy Florida Clerk Life OCTOBER 17 r r Starke 28 N. Smyrna Beach 6 : NOVEMBER 26 LAKE BUTLER HERE ;

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Is hereby given that the
undersigned, under the provisions
.>f Chapter 20,951: Law of Florida
Acts of 1941 will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for IVadford County State of Florida
upon receipt of proof of puhlicatioi '
of this notice, the ,1.-tltiousname 1
of Colman Medical I l..iliot.atory .epNe,-, _ --,,., ,--" -- aVeeeenrN ennNnnMIsefl M.N,__,. .._. ,.___ ......_.._
under which I am Aigaei-il) I m IXIM .
ness at (iruham, Fl.i Compliments of Onward, Tornadoes! Best Wishes From
Dr Kobert I* 'ham. 1 '
Ever.vlwry Out For'lonlghl l s Game!
Florida sole owner
Dated. 19.9! !this at Starke 9th day I'radfortl of I ivtoherAD. '"Ulant Lawson's Market & Cold Storage PURE SERVICE STORE Edwards Grocery & Market
}' Florida. DOWLING MOTOR SALES
10/10 41 10( ::1 See the TiirnadiM-s heat-but rat La\\!.on's Meat! T. S. 301 at Road: 100 / Mile South of Starke on U. S. :1O1eeNeefNefN

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I COLONIALFLORIST : See You At Bradford Park Tonight Electric Service & Supply Blest? WWies: lo the Team Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes

I E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating J. K. KITE, Owner Starke Radio & Television Service C. H. DRIGGERS

Phone lit Let's Support the Tornadoes !Stark.IloriiU Farnlturc Company

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i Closed:; Tonight \\c\c' gone to the Game! It's A Pleasure to Hack the Tornadoes A Good Team Like the Tornadoes
Best Wishes Of

ANDREWS MOTOR CO. GUIDON GRILL Deserve Your Support
(i) :i DUCKY'S VARIETY STORE.
Phono 118, Starke (morg' KOJM-IOUSOS BARKSDALE'SCompliments

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POTTED PLANTS I5e present tonight to cheer our boys to Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes
Support the Tornadoes with your presence of

FLOWERS1RED Victory Starke Builders Supplies

ANYWHERE SANDERS WATCH SHOP NEW METHOD CLEANERS
Farm Home & Auto Supply Carl Johns

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Best Wishes From

you arcplanning TORODE CHEVROLET CO. Western Auto Associate Store JEWELRY
Charley E. Johns Agency

.ale. & s"%r\i I F We're Proud T oe' Tornado Hooslerx't '
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or any other type of of STARKE MOTOR COURT ISring Home the Baron, I Joys!
Hest Wishes From
call JOHNS GROCERY GUY ANDREWS KOCH STORE
building on us S. R. DRUG .

Starke's Leading Motor Court H. C. WALL AGENCY
\\Vn Tornado Fans! Starke Florida

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.. Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game
Keystone Heights, Fla. t i Best beam Compliments of
I Winkler' Electric Service See You At The Game
ESTIMATES SLADE GAS COMPANY Florida Power & Light Co.
Hot Point \pplianros
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an addre'at l the site of the Alamo mavtdcre in San Antonio E

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paid tribute to the patriots who died at the Alamo in 1836,i t Sponsored By Jones-Langford-White Post American Legion No. 56

and who an dIng today on the battlefields of Korea. But he did' *

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comfort and like the discovery of a new-found faith to the wives and! >
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Lake many who have made thi of liberty which is so dramatically ;
pilgrimage before me I stand be- symbolized by the Alamo, is I''
fore these battle-scarred walls the mightest weapon America ;
with a t profound sense of reverence can ever possess If we ever lose i p.
and awe. For this is a hal it, all our planes and tanks and
lowed .'a'e It has been hallowed atom bombs can avail us nothing.I 4
to'l'1 extent that mere human In the end the only true defense
beings c.... sanctify any place by we have is the wilhngnes? County DAYS I Ion
the unfai'ring sacrifice of life its'If of free men knowing full wel1
in a n>b,e and unselfish! cause what their choice may mt'antc
The ir.t that tate by a (:eii.! .. r.te: and by a sword-point on hallowed
clt'ar-eyed decision. They were ground. f
under no compulsion; of militarydiscipline. For this reason I have nothing j
Kadi ir-'in had to make b-it contempt for those whining ..
the choice for himself sujijoiudonj ; : politicians who try to tell us that 'p
\ by God and his own con the Amt:''iran people don't know
science. what they are fighting for an When William Barrett Travis, have been fighting for more than
drew a line with th' point of his I 150 Sear When they tell us the .
sword on the dirt floor and struggle jjn Korea is unnecessary ,
vited all who wished to die n'l and meafrngless: then they ask : 3

him to step across it. every herein I us to deny the very meaning: of I
that immortal company knew America itself. Their craven : I
exactly) what he was doing-and I words mock the men of the I
why Even Jim Bowie crippled Alamo and our sons in Korea Parade I
and ill, asked his comrade I who are defending the same ancient I Thru 4
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to lift his cot across that line I ideal. : 4
This story will never be forgotten It would be easy, and perhaps : 4
so long as any American gathers it would be politically smart for 4
his children about him to read| that there
me to hint obscurely 4I
them our immortal literature and & I
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tell them of the spirit which has
to end this struggle. It would be '
made this country great. In the I pleasant if I could tell you that : .
truest sense the men of the Alamc
we can safely withdraw anc I
will never die. They will live forever I .
leave all the fighting to the
in the memory of free men, r
Asians or the Europeans. But I *

immortality for they forgot with a themselves courage of intc nc will leave such deceptive suggestions > A T THE CITY
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who stood together inside these' peace We are engaged in a con. I : RIDES EXHIBITS LOADS OF FUN fOR 4
walls were not fighting for mere! flirt with forces of darkness I 4
property, or self advancement which have engulfed seven hun '' j ; ,
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or personal glory Their cause; tired million human souls't'
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two nations, as many implacable, and far stronger than : 4
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