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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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) The Farmer Draft Board On Full Time Basis; I



jefense CounciloBeFormed His Gross Was High, 1-A's Now Married Asked To ReoortI I I




But His Net Was LowIt Selective Service Board No. IS ification changed to 3-A (dependency -

serving: Bradford. Clay, and Union ), It will save a lot of trouble
Counties, with headquarters at the and .
inconvenience for all concerned ,
for setel
i tnnrv instructions was the biggest gross in city hall In atarke. went. back on If this la done before the 1-A

; a County Defense Council many a year for the man with youngsters of New York City more y a"r''11Y .qyw full Urn schedule Monday July 10, registrant Is actually ordered Ir

ge Circuit here J. Thomas the hoe in Bradford County roasting ears than they can. readily I in accordance with the Nation's for pre-Induction examination, Mrs. .;

the Court A. chair. but opinions differ as to how consume in a given time. I II atepped-up draft program. i Dampier stated

o u aging as temporary much profit remained after I Corn acreage this year was estimated r, Notification from Washington S. I. Crews of New River' Is
n until the organization Is per- at around 2,400 (white and s that Florid,,'. first quota will be chairman of the board Clifford

expenses were paid. yellow), probably the highest'' In (4 i iI 232: men was received at Selective Geiger Is the member from Clay
teat.l R G. Howie Director of I Ite Receipts" from all farm the county's history. Indications Service Headquarters In St. Augustine County, and Clarence Roberta

Civil Defense. hat naked crops including last sum- are that It will be further Increased but county quota will from Union County. t '

clerk of the court teeponsh mer's tobacco and last fall's next season, as will strawberrles- not be set until early next weak A routine meeting of the Board '

tyto accept Initial pecans ran close to 750000.. If plants are available. I Mm. Rhoitai Dampier, Board 18 was held In Starke Wednesday

ty to order to Insure that plans This was up a good :50 percent Totaling the Starke and Brooker clerk. states that the office has afternoon.The I ,

perfected for his county. over the preceding year, but then figures and adding In the $9V been rushed this week with 18- office Is open five days a

Ili Thomas stated that the so was acreage. In the final 194.82 received for tobacco last year-old registering for the first week Monday through Friday In

'anlzatlon Plans will be dis- analysis of dollar yield per acre summer gives a total of $740,943.06 I, time and with older registrant the city hall at Stark from 8 a.m.

d at a meeting of the,Board it Is believed that most Bradford Figures are unavailable of jcoume 'i4dl i seeking to have their classification until CI p.rn.

County Commissioners to .,bId growers realized only a modest d I covering the produce sold on markets changed: or eUwlflvd.{ Immediately upon becoming 18
here Monday. degree of prom on their farming 4 outside of the county and for I Antiquated methods All men now holding1 1-A card years of age all males are required -
added that a date receipts of and who nave subswiaently. mar to register, Mrs.
r Thomas operations for the year. Some strawberry> runners of farming' such Dampier 4
tile organization meeting. will maintained they had "nothing tc i sold outside .of the county but a* that pictured' above ried are urged; fe report to the said. The law provide sever
about these Items would board at once and haw their class penalties for failure to comply.
announced soon.he brag while a few growers I bring the total are fret giving
State Director of Civil Dee : In the Brooker section failed to i from farm crops to well over the way to the marfclnea '

|! has suggested that the clerkthe recoup heavy losses suffered when $$750,000 mark for the past :12- g' In Bradford

court, sheriff, county Judge, they jumped the gun with early month period.Ordinarily. County.. The goat Junior Legion Nine Books Special

d county school .aupedlntendent January plantings, later destroyedby i from a gross of plowman uma photographed nei (
members of the Council. Also freezes. three-quarters of a million dollarsIt In theoutheatitern u w '

to be included will be the .No. 1 strawberry" rower .would be expected that Bradford part of Series In Preparation For Tourney '
Lars of all incorporatd towns In Ossl Caaon, smilingly says it was L I farmers would be able to salt the county. IM'vf'ra'

county and county! commits-' his most profitable season. And away a nice little nest egg. M.n years ago. AtrigM'

nen. most other growers admit making: unfavorable growing season, however Doyle Conner young The Starke Junior Legion Baseball Coach Herb Thomas announced

_n submitting the outline for the enough off their berries to finance i ran costs of productions farmer and ReprvHentatlverli Team continued its victory Wednesday a special aeries of fire\
Imty councils Col..Howl point- their spring truck crops. That's JAMES IIOKNSBY venerable to the point where some growers < Tout that there la no need for the way most! of them figure It- farmer typifies the "man with Uiehoe" I are reportedly unable to pay then Mate Legislature. ) "' .+, Butler 14 to 3 Thursday July 6. his Junior Legion Baseball
like In Bradford! County, lie was I fertilizer bills illustrates the modern a t s at Bradford Ball Park. The Starke
The
titan alarm. groups are they to make their berries pay, 7 Team and the Junior Legion Team
l>ply being set up so they will all expenses on their early sum: among the first to grow straw.berries I Many took a long shot on the tractor method & Y Club was rained out In It's game from Oreen Cove Springs. J

ready if and when needed, he mer truck so,the Income from the commercially In tills section 'weather, planting in January only that In brooming k.c. ?a k1N with Ocala at Ocala Ttnadny afternoon There will be a double header

Id.I latter will be an profit. I of Florida, : to have their crops laid .low by more and more pop- .a.vaab r w1
"If you don't believe there was ular with the farm- which time Stark was leading afternoon game starting at 4OO:
Figures from the State Farmers Market for the season Just closedas
of Bradford
I R. Wainwrischt some money made, just count the compared with the preceding folows ere Ocala 1 to I). o'clock and the night game starting -
year are as : County. J
In the Lake Butler Haxen
number of new cars and trucks you game at.8:00: o'clock. In addition
stalled As Headf see around the farms," Is the tray Pecans: ((1949) 31,914lbs.0 3
Lions one observer put It. Bank depow (1948)) ; 52,849lbe. ISc-$6,870.37<< freezes In mid-February. Almost .. : Davis Haxen" Richard, McRa and night starting at 6:00.: In
f Starke its also show a nice gain over Strawberries: ((1950)) : 46,083 crates & $8.32 383418.88 1,000 acres of produce were lost Newcomb !got two hits each with I the Wednesday night contest

S, R. Wainwright was Installed January 1, with little to attributean (1949)) : 28,803 crates fl> $T.98 $$230,863 'f i In the Brooker section alone and ; Thomas, Rowe and Arnett getting i Starke will use Its No. 1 pitcher.

president-of the Stark Lions, increase to other than farm In. Sweet Corn: ((1950): 50,392 bags & 11.70 $8 .666.40 | many growers hastened to replant lrc a hit a piece Lake Butler got Jack Hasen from Brooker against

ib at a Ladles Night meeting come; ((1949)) : 22,250 bags O $1.41- $$31.372 / and thereby lost another stand ., four hits during the game, two the star pitcher on the Green. Cove

the USO building Wednesday "Our folks are just beginning to Pepper: ((1950)); 7,830: crates $2.07 $16,249.30 The expense of these replanting i of which were made by Roberta, Team, Mike Callahan. I'
learn how to farm operations largely nullified any I\\" Dansby pitched for Stake George Manassa, ex-Call Street-
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tnlngOUtrlct. someone com ((1949)) : 1,993 crates $300' $3,97900 I''
profit that might makeon In the Ocala game two tilts were er, Is Coaching the Green Cove
mented growers "
the other
Governor Tony Reaves day. )i' Peas: (1950)): 1,033: hampers & $1,43$1,506.79/ / 0 ,, 4 scored
later one by Davis and one by Team and Is
doing an excellent
What he meant, of a crop. job.
was
served as Installing course
Gainesville ,
((1949)) : 1,111 hampers & 11.25 $1,438.73
Roberta Davis scored
leer.. He was Introduced by In- that the Bradford farmer Is just Irish Potatoes On top of the late cold a pro- on a sacrifice The Green Cove boys beat the
: (1950)( : 1,342 hamper & $2.00. $2,68400 j 4 by Ifacen. St.
Augustine team In doubleheader
beginning to modernize and longed winter and spring drought a
mechanize
national Representative H. A. ((1949)) : 329 hampers $200() $6 8.00 .'.. The Starke Club played Gainesville last Tuesday
Jacksonville. his methods so that he can took a costly toll of production In
reslzlese of String Beans: ((1950)) 2.081 $I.M 1 Junior Legion Team .
: hampers & 3849.85 yesterday These games are being playedto
Other new officers Installed at i efficiently attend to larger acre this county, cutting yield at leaat aq
(1949)): 1,302 / afternoon and will play Tallahassee get the Starke Team In condition -
II meeting were: I.G.. Harris' i ages without being hamstrung by 23 percent. This meant that for
at the local Ball Park next
Butter Beans: ( ): dye ar for the District Tournament
it vice president: Bill Kronenrger I dependence on uncertain and high hampers@$1.7IU'218./W.t every crate of strawberries or bag
(1949) 333 1 --'i s Thursday afternoon at 2:30: o' coming up on July 27th., 28th and j
second vice president; Er. priced labor. Shiny red tractorsare ( ): of corn placed on the market platform
clock. Then on July 20th the 29th.
Three
rt Phillips. third vice;presidentu becoming so common that they Fordhooks: ((19 ) $3,15923: y hl..t the farmer had expended u y.s local Club will play Lake Butler ed under lights of them will be play
since
U Curter secretary JtsAanvld. attract, less attention around-the ,J1949) 4J81'hmperr' '$2J5 $10,937.23: '," .j IIiJIlICucutllbers ; enough labor_and' money to have the tourna-
?* there for the last of the .
uurer; Billy Dowllng, tall twist farm' than the old gray'm re. .; .:\ .' (1960)'. 136 hampers fj $20O....; $27200 had a crate nd' a fourth .b1IU: re before entering game the Tourna seaantf ment nigh games will all. b* played, at.

and M. C. Wells, lion tamer. ,The killing drudgery of fighting ((1949)) : 1283 hampers j? $3.00 -J $3,849.00 place. There was no extra pay ment which tarta July 27th. I

New directors of the 'Club! are: bugs by hand methods has been relieved Tomatoes: ((1980)) : 76 hampers & 3.25-$247.00: for the fourth of a crate that-was- The Starke Junior Legion team T.U
W. Colson, Carl Johns, C. S.Jrtln by quicker, more economical n't there. Sports Editor
((1949)): 19 hampers @ $2.00 $38.00 Is sponsored by the local American
and Billy Jackson. and manhour-savlng method Tenn. Flat Beans: ((1950)): 372 hampers ff $2.10-$781.20 But there Is always next year Legion Post In cooperation with Praises Herb ThomasFor
!S A. Bishop, Jr. Is the retiring of dusting by airplane or tractor and already growers are planning Andrews Motor Co.Guardsmen .
Squash: ((1950)/ ): 28 crates & $1.25-$35.00 Baseball Work "
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aldent( of the club. appliances. With these modern larger acreages of the old standby
aids at his command, the .farmer (1849)122( ): crates & $1.30 3300 *-strawberries and corn-and
la no longer afraid he'll bite off The figure for corn given above includes that shipped from the that newer (for Bradford County.) .Enjoy The Post 56 American Legion

,t t. F. M. Williams more than he can chew. Further- Lawtey platform by ODe buyer who could npt find space accomodatlons. cropthat seems to have such definite Pre-Camp Party; junior baseball team, has high I

uys'Grady Home; more, with the facilities of one of on the State Market. poaslbllltles green pepper. hope of wresting the area title I
To Leave 22 from the Post Nine General of
Fonda's chain of State Farmers Total value of produce handled through the State Market duringthe Seven carloads of pepper were July
For Manila Jacksonville
eaves he Is loaded here this and it li ,
Markets at his disposal, nc fiscal : $313.400.74.Following season
year .
Local National Guardsmen This
enJoyed -
warning was Issued A.
U. F, M. Williams, son of T. S.Jllanu longer afraid that he will not be ; \\1 an estimate of the produce shipped from the platform quite possible that this year'racreage their annual, stag party J. Thomas, Jr.. Commander by of
he of 300 be doubled
foodstuff might
of the
of Starke. has purchased able to dispose ,. at Brooker during the past season: I next season. O3MIB CAHON. Bradford (<<>un- Wednesday prior to departure to Post 36, through Arnold Finne-

T. F. Grady horn on Walnut produces. 12.000 bx. Corn & $ 1.75 $; 21000.00 ty's 1>lo. I airawhrrry. grower summer field training at Fort frock's column In Sunday's Florida .

eel His wife and young son Indeed, the cry from buyers Is 4.100 bu. Squash @ 1.00 ,100.00 says the 1930 season wan his most Jackson, S C. on July 22. Barbecue Times-Union. 2 1

cky, win occupy the home dung "more and more" and there seemsno 4.850
the absence form the States of danger of overproduction of the 3.775 bu. Beans .@ 2.00 11.53000: DelinquentsThe shipping period he add straw- plenty to eat and drink for all. been state champions for three
t t. Williams who has just been orred crops for which Bradford soil If berries from January through May The two advance detachment straight years and were finalists
to Clark best -strawberries and 12,025 bu. Peas @ 1.50: 18.031.:10: Mr. Field. Manila. He adapted City Council met Tuesday a will leave early next week for In the 1948 national tournamentin
1 Monday for Camp Stoneman green corn with the possibilitiesof 9,230: bu. Cucumbers O 1.50/ 13.87:1.00: afternoon at 3 o'clock, this meeting of berry growing, and works. at It Fort Jackson. The pre-camp Mess Indianapolis.

"if prior to embarkation. pepper Just beginning to be ex 1.925 bu. Fordhooks & 2.25 .331.25 having been adjourned from Tues 12 month a year.Summer Detachment, composed of Bgt. 1-c In commenting on Thomas's

U. Williams Is a fighter pilot In plored. 6,715 bu. Butterbeans fl 3.23- 21823.75 day. July 4, because of the holiday Theodore J. Goodge, Cpl. LelandA. warning, Flnnefroch: wrote:

communication service of them "The trouble with the Bradford 250 bas Okra' @ 430/ 1,12300 The Clerk was Instructed to Program Baker and Cpl. Otis Crawford "This Is no Idle threat we can

y Air Force. Prior to his cur- County deal la that there just Isn' 1,150 bx. Cantaloupes @ 250/ 2.150.00 employ a girl to get out notices of Now Under will depart. by rail Wednesday assure the Generals, for with a

'tnt assignment he was stationed enough stuff grown" more than 4,730 bu. Peppers Q1 1.50 7.09500 all delinquent taxes for the yean Way morning, July 1ft, stopping over coach who know a* much as '

here the Middleton (Pa.) Air Base one buyer has commented. They 150: bu. Eggplant @ 150/ 22500 of 1939. 1940. 1941 and 1942, In At BHS Library In Jacksonville for an hour for I Herb Thomas, the Starke boys can

I he has served as finance officer maintain they could handle from 65 cars Watermelons fJ 250.00 10,35000 order that this matter may be breakfast at the terminal and to be counted on to play a smart '.

Mrs.since January. 25 to 30 cars of Bradford corn per Total 132,347.50: cleared up at once. In Its summer program of ac. Join other members from th* Jack.sonvlll .- game." t
Grady and her mother, Mrs. with no danger of giving the tlvltles, In full
ell e h day D. W. Carpenter, building inspector now swing, the units. Fmnefrock reminded his r&felera
' ivianasaa, nave moved tc' asked for the Council'sapproval Bradford High School library pro- The advance Motor Detachment, that Herb Thomas played five p

OCtntly onvllle purchased where Mrs Grady Two Scouts Back Public InvitedTo Funeral SundayFor for the construction of vides the background for many composed of Capt. Chas II. Bern- years In the National League with

any friends here a will home. Their Band ConcertAt Mrs. GreenMrs. an awning over the sidewalk Id! happy hours for the younger fry reuter, Cpl John I. Alvarea, Cpl. the Giant and the Braves He lk
*m of their regret tc From Jamboree front of the Star Store building.He of Stark and Bradford County Chas A. Cooley, and Cpl. Jack Is said to b* the only big leaguerto t

** nave made leaving their Starke horn for where the Speak At RotaryTom Camp FloridaA Nancy Green, 83, died was Instructed> to handle this Though emphasis Is being placedon Raves will leave Wednesday July have served In.both: World Wars (

* 18 years Friday July 7, at the home of her matter with J. W Pooser and the the development and Improvement 19, In convoy with the Lee burl', and began his pro baseball career
.f Ire. Williams and McClane and Billy Dodd. real musical treat Is in store daughter, Mrs Ruby Green near Council gave approval of the per. of reading skills, game, Ocala, and Oalne vllle units They with the Jacksonville club In the
son will move 70 for the people of Starke and vicinity handicraft, records, film strips, Florida -
their new home next week. members of Boy Scout Troop Heilbronn Springs. She had beenin nit will travel to Statesboro, Ga. : State League more than ;
who attended the recent Jamboreeat when the Salavatlon Army ill health for some time. The Clerk wo Instructed to mat and films are also featured. Wednesday, spend the night there,i 28 years ago, after a brilliant all-
were guest Band will be heard In concert at The schedule for story hours Is then to Fort Jackson Thurs around sports career the old
Radford Valley Forge, Pa., Mrs. Green was a native of cards to all traffic violators since and on at
Schools Club Wed Camp Florida this Sunday afternoon u follows: Duval High School.
speakers at the Rotary Columbia County and was a memo June 1 notifying them to pay the Herb also
at 3 o'clock. Grades 1 through 3, day.The
'fated To Get nesday. ber of the Primitive Baptist Church. $1 fine at the City Hall within Monday main body of the company managed a number of year in the (
The band Is on Its annual ten- Wednesdays, and Fridays 10 a.m minor
354,183 Fund i They gave an Iteresting accountof encampment at the Salvation Besides her daughter, Ruby, she five days from date of notice, orb to 12 noon; will leave Saturday July 22. The the leagues one of which was
gathering which was day Is survived usual rush of extra work that la Florida International.
I this hugh by two other daughters subject to arrest.
Grade 4 <6<
II which Is located on through Tuesdays,
Bradford I attended by 47.000 Boy Scouts Army camp Mrs. Loca Lewis of Starke and necessary fora movement of this At present the Starke team
County Is scheduled to Bedford Lake between Starke andKeystone Thursdays, and Fridays, 10 a.m. tc
334,183: from this country u well as foreign Mrs. Ruth! Norris Lake City; 12 nature Is being experienced by has an 8-2 record with three more
In 234-HBoys noon.
w.Ve. stat .
school Heights.The
this nations. Highlight of the two sons Malley Green Plant! school the member of the unit at this games to play before entering the
year. visits to the campgrounds public Is cordially Invitedto At Cherry Lake High students and adults Fourth District
The Jamboree were City and Everett Green. Stark; time. tournament against -
funds are cordially Invited to use the excellent !
represent Ute State's by President Truman and come out and enjoy the concert. a sister, Mrs. Annie demons Ocala and Gainesville This I
onion of Camp This Week book collection now available Recent promotions In the Com .
(mm.um state aid under the General Eisenhower. Both boys expressed Miami, and a brother Bylvanus. at the library. I pany are; tourney will be played at Starke

led on estimates Foundation I Program appreciation to the Rotary Rites WednesdayFor I Forsyth, Lake Butler. i Twenty-three 4-H Club boys left To Sergeant: Win. C. Smith; ,July 2729.

i teacher of enrollment Club for helping to make the trip Prescott Funeral services were held at Btarke Monday afternoon, accompanied Grove to Corporal: Clifton E. Orlffl, Starke will also be the site of fthe f
Nelson Lost
the qualifications mad possible for them. They were introduced 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the I by County Agent T, K. Tung Oeo. A. Winkler Floyd J. Futch area tournament August 3-3.

i State County Department superintendent to by Scoutmaster Jack Nelson Prescott, 52 of Monica graveside In Evergreen Cemeterywith McClane, Jr. for a week at the 300 Acres Of TreesIn Henry C. Martin Alva R. Sapp For the area title, Stark. figures

aa of Educes Trawick. Ga, died In the Starke hospital Rev. Harman Moody officiating Stat camp on Cherry Lake near February FreezeThe James R. Starling Leland A. It will be arrayed against the Jacksonville
Funeral arrangementswere Post
Statewide after brief illness Madison. Baker Nine Generals and

' estimated, the program. ta tentSvely Tires To Be Prize Monday He morning was a native of Clay under the direction. of Key- Those making the trip are: Mark late cold of last February Recent enlistments In the Company Lake City.

Jr the year t 1.s18T39: GamesOf County and had resided at Maxwell McCabe, Jacksonville Moore Donald Hcrsey, Ronny Mc. Was a costly one for American are: Oscar Gibson. Charles
itan the legislative That's $718..281 less At Home most of his life. He recently Clellan, Dewitt Hersey Richard Tung Groves, Inc. at Brooker Strickland, Joseph J. Lamb, and New Ford Tractor

.1 SS2.29"oOO but appropriation Starke Lions moved to Moniac. Council Sets Date Henderson. Tracy Jones RothelU Hewlett 8. Anderson vice president Luerell E. Luke Will Be Given ..
t. State School his widow; Mrs. Jones, Kenneth Mott, Bobby $app of Tung Oil Products Inc
Surviving are To Hear ComplaintsThe
D.
tpects thM.r Bailey says he Dally rains continued to upset Ida Prescott; three daughters Marian G'enn! Reddish, James Harrell estimated that about 300 acres of John Torode Is To FFA Chapter

lade later in the computation baseball schedules right and left r Shirley, and Nellie Prescott City Assessor of Taxes w:I Stanley Green Kenney L. Green trees out of the 1,200 owned by the 1
' { year on actu JAppropriation the past week. I Wendell Benton Futch Shell DistributorJohn The Bradford Chapter Future
'CUrea, to meet the I during all of Maxville; a son. Earl Prescott meet with the City Council on Kelly. company in the western part of
did manage to get In Moore, Dar- Farmers of America wilt be
Lions Leonard
However The Mrs for the Pearson Cox, Bradford County were killed. presented
Maxville four sisters, Tuesday. July 18 at I 3 p.m.
a 10 I ;
n made per cent cut has a came with Mlddleburg Thursday Mrs. J. D of hearing complaints and rell Edwards Ray Brooklns, Billy Due to the extended warm wea. Arthur Torode became the with a Ford tractor at a
r the Budget In the appropriation night of last week defeating the L. R. Green Macon Highland Oa.; Mrs.; Jennie purpose receiving testimony as to the valueof I Moore, Johnny Wall, Huey Croeby ther which continued up until mid. I distributor for Shell Oil productsIn demonstration to be given by the

0 the Comn>' rton due visitors 12-4. Mitchell Brown Boone Fannie Manning, real personal or and Ted Edwards. February, sap had mounted In the Stark. and surrounding territory Dixie Equipment Co. of Gaines
shortage of state flnaIJe. assignment for Austin and Mrs any property effective June 19. Th distributorship ville. The exact time of the
handled the mound While at the boy will at trees which were In the half-bloom presentation
and brother. fixed on the assessment camp
4m addiUon both of Maxville; one Intangible a*
" the "loan" of $2,. Stark of MaxviUe. roll for 19SO. tend classes In flrst-sid and life- half-bud stag when the first freeze was formerly held by will b* announced at a
Prescott
given to the school In with Maccclenny Tuesday George and the late J. B. Alexander later date .
clOSe order The game held Wed- All parsons owning property sub- saving 4-H club organization: cam along. Consequently many
h per last year'. books With a night was rained out and Funeral services were 2:30 o'clockIn ject to assessment In the City are how to organize group for rec 10 and 12-year-old trees were kill- Mr. Torode will be assisted In The tractor (is being given to 1

ii b, Cent release of State funds was rescheduled for this Thursday.It nesday afternoon at : Church notified to appear at this meetingto reation. In addition to swimming ed and the tung nut crop was the office by his i wife the former the chapter In behalf of Doyle 1"

y"c Withheld from the tlrat was announced that two new the Long Branch Baptist officialIng make such complaint or to three times. a day and an Intensive thrown for a 93 percent loss. Sara poythresa. Prescott GUI will Conner a past president of the
t'e Uea.months s(( :a Uon to the 8:16 tires mould be given' away at I with Rev. Percy Knight church, five such testimony as to the value organisation athletic program Anderson explained that the nut remain In the sam capacity In National FFA. It will be used
Thls W1U played by the Interment was In the ] base ball would not affect the which h* has served with the company the
t to bring the a. the next two game I' the direction of of any property, real or personal i including soft bail, shortage operation on new FFA demonstrationfarm
I; pre be withheld to about Lions A valuable prize Is being I cemetery under a* they may dealr I horse shoes volley ball and track of the mill until next year for the past several year. which. .uT being. purchased.
cent for In Key-McCabe.
the ytar. given away at each borne game I
order to stimulate attendance. I i

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spent the weekend with Mr. and escing nicely at her home in Jacksonville Higginbotham wedding- I daught--------
Bradford Mrs. Leonard Hamm. to the gratification of her Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis had W. Elston, and Mn
County Telegraph Mrs. B. Cunningham and sons friends. Miss Carolyn Bradley as their guests during the past her home ,nr kehf4Id
fl Edison and Warren, were callers remained with Mrs. Geiger dur- weekend Sgt. and. Mra. Clifford '
t ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. owM.naDITONpubllehnt I 1 I In Palatka Wednesday.Mrs. ing that period. Rhoden and their little daughter,
f i Agnes B. Lawrence Is com' Mrs. J. C. Wallace and Patsy TheLma, and Pvt. and Mrs. Jack To NOTIg:
Ewry': FridayMatter and Entomt M Second fortably located, in her lovely new Kucera were visitors of Mrs. Isabel Baisden of Columbus, Ga.; Ms.and whom It t may conl'f\! .
CIaw at the Po tW1EMBCK Office at Starke, Fla sold Mrs. Lawton Youngblood and We will not be
She recently Saturday
home here. Edwards In Jacksonville
*$ylLura funess AfofirPOMCA. I her home In Keystone Heights. night and Sunday. They their young son. Larry, of Waldo; other any debts than "ontraclf4 h
<3> 1950 NEBR*=-W I Mrs. Sue Myrick Is home after were accompanied home by Misses Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Noland and ')ureeba, ..
upending several days at Pine Joan and Nancy Mynlhan and their daughter Meredith Ann Oliver
Huhwrlptlun $.4.50 Annually $1.80 For Six Month Wherein I note the swiftly passIng is cool and I have such a lightness I Level. Mary Wells of Jacksonville who Orlando; Mr. and( Mrs. J. B.
I
munmrr and feel the pulite of of heart, like when I was a girl at| Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wild and are now guests of Mr. and Mrs.. land and their son, Johnnie, .D FE.1'InI:
life and time with each paMingmoment. home. j I son, of Jacksonville,, spent the Wallace. Gainesville, and Mr. and :'C f.lA 'P.i
PROOF AND POTATO BUGS Somehow, although we are in a I i weekend at their home here on Little Melanie Bradley returned Marcus Reddish and their and'B dog hapPfUu(
The myrald night sounds of. the fighting war In Korea I am not 'the lake. to the home of her grandparents Rodger and Dentils, of
Well, we Americans might as well come clean and admit summer! time worried or troubled. I feel that I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Forsytheand Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley,, Springs. tree of III p
that the clever Russians have caught us dumping potato Inveigle me to listening wake- my prayers for peace have not their three children will leave Sunday following a stay of several Mrs. R. D. Hlghamlth of thorn,oIL,, J

bugs in Eastern Europe. We might as well admit it, for obviously fullness. been In vain. Our fighting In Ko-I Friday for a two weeks' vacationin weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Byron land is visiting her,son-in-law 'I ii I FEED h
And starry skies lend magic to rea i Is backed by the United Na- Connellsville, Pa. Evans In Orlando. '
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the Russians would not make such a dharge! unless
these Bounds- tions and we are In the right. To Monroe Brannen of Lakeland
they had.well-documented proof. First early whirr of hot cicadas me Communism la a sin becauseIt visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bran-: .

But we wonder, now that we think of it, if some of our then wants to enslave people, so we STATE FARM Den Thursday of last week. From where I sit..6y Joe
agricultural problems could not have their origin in about Elusive crickets with predicting are really fighting sin. God worksIn Mr., and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellowhad r

the same manner. Take the ear-worm, for example. We had chirp; mysterious ways His wonders to By Mrs.! Bryan WhltHeld as their supper guests Wednesday -

tin extremely heavy infestation this year, and it just dosen't Distant frogs, in gutteral conversation our perform own;houses Perhaps in perfect we must condition get Mr. and Mrs. George Manama : L There it Was-

:seem possible that it was due to natural causes. Lacking Then swish and roar and chug before we can hope for peace all Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates, HI. and their children, Celta ?
proof of any kind whatsoever, we would not dare to hint that and toot of train. over the world. Here In Americawe and their daughters Nancy and George, Jr., and Christine, of Right in The
the Reds came into Bradford County with-billions of earworm Bold banal roosters first an- have far too much drinking and Barbara, were visitors of Mrs. Green Cove Springs and Mrs.; J. Middl
eggs, flies, molhs, or whatever their origin, and that nouncing the dawn debauchery with the wholesale kill- H. O. Bates, Jr., In St. Petersburg I E. Wilson and Mrs. J. M. Brown-
they stealthly did saw them in the corn fields of our Bradford Complete with operatic mockingbird ings by auto wrecks. Many other during the recent holidays.Mrs. 'lee After of Starke. friends Easy Roberta mowed his. lama the surveyor1.' marker(
having visited In last "
County growers. Or that by some extremely devilish sins of which we all are grossly P. S. Crews and Mrs. C. early Saturday. Then h. sat they find it? Right h'
Jacksonville for several Mrs.R. .
ttabotage, all the DDT which came into the County was not Then sudden westward mur- guilty. We needs must live better D. Sellers and her daughters, Pa- H. Tyson returned home days Thursday on the porch and watched Handy of their"noman'shnd.'
p- DDT but a Russian concocted food for the ear-worm. muring thunder and more Godly and sanely, or tricia Willard and Emma Lou. of last week and Was Peterson cutting: Ala er.... Well th.y both
That promises and yet withholds we will not win the war. left Thursday of last week to visit ac- The Roberts' property and thePeterson's turns nnlnMngthtlobl
No, lacking any proof whatsoever, we will not pursue the rain. relative. in Auburndale. companied by Mrs. Mary Luck of border each other /
All and there treat to
.-w L-.... h'.n,' .,1I..th.-. ._. The warm winds brine refreshIng who are you boys the ace to girls be out dratted _n.... _and.._ '_'M.U'... _n. 7._ _7Jv H_ _.ftd.. ......v..{.. Mr.that and city Mra.who waa the guest of with no hedge or fence between of beer together EMy'forf I
f' But: when you think of it for a minute, you just can't river smells march right In and Join some partof little daughter, Margaret have urday. Tyson- until Sat. them.So,when Easy notices Handy a ilttb aearthlnr Fro..

J help wonder about some of our other pests and troubles. Take And drowsing summer. nights Uncle Sam'a forces-don't be been vacationing at Daytona Dr. and Mra. H. J. Kucera and had left about a four-foot strip truth of the aroty j
those very late frusta, for instance. We're not saying that are too soon I"one.GeorgIa Skaer made to go. This fight must be Beach since Saturday. ? their children Patsy and Brian, unmowed along! the boundary, he that the other aatl.rry fllo.h||
,a the Reds in Siberia sent the cold wave down here and ruined Blaney won. I wish I could go again. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and' spent the Fourth,of July holidaysat walks over and asks why. right as you J
our crops, but the speed with which they are claiming: all the Who .. not enchanted by a aum- The life of a WAC was a great Carolyn and Johnnie Bradley New Smyrna Beach. "That's your land says Handy. the whole mine ar.rt

world's worthwhile inventions, makes you wonder if they well mer night.how I loved I can the remember nights at so life.CLAY went to Jacksonville last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. M. E Griner spent "Mine ends here. See, it lines up important any.y d\. \
HILL
haven't a means of directing the weather. But we can't Hill. I loved to walk : The road past to see Mrs. Vance Geiger who Sunday In Jacksonville visiting with that oak tree across, the
Clay juat
Hill haa and
is such
clay now
make such wild, fantastic statements. We have no proof I I, around In the yard to look at the Clay was in a local hospital on ac-I friends and relatives. road!I" Easy didn't think eo, so 11
a good road one can go 40 miles '
But who is spreading screw-worm in Florida? How moon and I could feel the gentle and hour easily. Haw proud I am. count automobile of Injuries sustained In an Mr. and Mrs. George, W. El- they went up and down looking for /1
accident Sunday, July ton, Jr.,
were In Nahunta, Ga.,
touch of darkness so soft aboutme. I have such nice letters from
about the droughts-the floods-the woods fires-the hun- my 2. Mrs. Geiger is now convaJI Sunday to attend the Strickland-
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dred and one troubles which beset us farming in Bradford The beautiful moon hung school girls yet. Dorothy Mann-I Copyrlg1.1950. UnileJ Staler Brew.rLOVETT' ....
low, so round a great deal of the ing Is so good to write. Hazel, --
County? All of them are most easily explained by one word: time, and the mocking birds sang Griffin of Highland is always so

Reds. But, again, we in all conscience could not accuse them. Here we have a lovely moon but It prompt to answer. I am told
We have no proof!. seems so high and far away. I Louie Carter haa a new automobileI )
am these days enjoying the song of am proud for them.
Uie wrens. I have also discoveredan HELPFUL/ IIINTSi When
A SALUTE TO 4-H FARM SAFETY oriole's from you I
nest hanging a wax the linoleum ,wax: the rocker
branch In the tall tree not far from
National and bottom of the chair legs. Then
Farm Safety Week is being observed throughout ;.window.
my will leave
they not a mark. When
rural America. July 23-29. Therefore we feel that now At last I have all my house clean- you patch a sheet sew a little colored -
is the time to salute another nation-wide safety activity in ing done. I am ao proud and hap- thread In the corner of Uie
py. In the family room in the sheet. You will know
365 days which are
progress It is the 411'Farm a year.and Home Safety carriedon Mortuary we took the paper off patched without unfolding. STARKE FLORIDA -- Prices Good Through SAT. JULY 15.1NOTICE
program and painted the walls a soft green.It I CARROT SALAD: Here 1 Is !
by nearly half a million 4-H Club members between the Is so dainty, and the rug Is a 'something a little different: ,

ages of 10 and 21. We are told that these youth-who con- darker green. I made lace for the Grind carrots and onions to-

duct.farmsteads-have safety' surveys the of best their organized home farms safety and program neighboring in the painted pleased drapes with flower In there the baskets way and it I last.looks.am night.I well I. eggs Cut gether.up four or more boiled .. We will 'be closed Mon. Tues. W

rural) field. They not only ferret out hazards, but follow have more paint. I have been Add salt and mayonnaise to ,

through and correct thousands of unsafe conditions relating sewing and made a dotted Swiss taste serve on lettuce leaves N 0 T I C E I Thurs. July 17 18 19 20 ins
to farm livestock dress for to
machinery, homemaking, receration, motoring myself and two pair of Chill carrots and eggs first ,
and scores of other things. pajamas' made of a pretty printI and mayonnaise.Try .

Since the project was launched on a national basis* eight am planning on the trip to my dipping welnerr In a heavy e A MODERN FOOD STORE
son's. do
I
not plan on leaving pancake batter and fry brown.
years ago, enrollment has increased five times. This would
until the 19th. I have written to Use
ready-mix flour.
Indicate that our farm boys and pancake They
girls have
steadily become the railroad station In Sioux: City are very tasty.
more safety minded. It means, also, that in addition to the to tell me what hours I can arriveIn Nice letter from my good i pal SKINLESS TENDER .

4-Tl'ers themselves, safety education has reached parents, Anderson, Indiana so they can Mrs. C. A. Cox: who lives at Hampton I .
residents of the local community, club leaders, and extension meet me. I imagine I will hear Florida, now. I am sure she WEINERS White Bac
personnel.So Monday then I will have time to will be very happy and I hope the ,
it seems a foregone conclusion that times tfa write the hour to my son. good people there call on her and 55
half-million young folks taking part, in the many safety program* I am just taking YliiTa'tittle' that ahe goes to church -an3Vlll Ib. STEAK lb. JEndCutsCenter
are influenced and benefited. Perhaps this widespread flux easier these days and we have not soon be a part of the community. 35c
of safety knowledge will prove to be a direct route to decreas- had a funeral for ten days now, God bless dear people like her and 2
her
ing the 17,500 which Is a relief I have the Mor- husband.
fatal accidents
to farm
people each year; or tuary In perfect condition. I like Although .we are in trouble In
ave some of the 35,000 farm buildings destroyed by fire; or to take a little nap now in the Korea there Is still hope and life
put to constructive use the $1,000,000,000 in losses afternoon-to relax and freedom and Let
annually Just : and glory plenty. us
represented by these disasters. In the fact I have worked long and be cheerful and content.I iicAMS 43c

For furthering 4-H farm safety education, we take off hard and that the general cleaning thank you Lord for things you lb. SISTE\V lb. 4J 4

our hats to General Motors for its interest in rural youth Is done. make: .
and its public spirited action in providing $10,000 in awards I canned cherries Thursday. We The rain, a rose a star snow- ,

annually; to the National Committee on Boys and Girls Club had company the Fourth of July. flake; SMOKED SQUARES
work for arranging the It waa so cool and cloudy, and a The dark for me to listen In FRESH COTTAGE
program:,and to the
Cooperative Extension gentle rain fell. We And silken hours when dreams
Service for-directing the activity. It was going to be hot.were TodavHow afraid begin.I BACON lb. 32c 1 15
thank yoU for the anrinetlm.birth. CHEESE
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.. The throbbIng heart of mother
,. earth
to fake And for the warm sweet memory No. 2Vi Can STOKELVSPEACHES Can FRAY BENTOS CALIF.


Of me.one small son you loaned .to CORNED BEEF 29C LETTU21c

dollar Time haa been fleeting and It
a A dollar .... a tone; ..y In a '50 Ford! only seemed yesterday my son was .
For you get big-car comfort, quiet, and small and my hair blonde. Now 303 Can KOUNTY KIST
quality at an economy coet. y.. in I will soon have a birthday. How-
Ford you get the big-car( roadability, ever I would not turn back the 10 2 Lb. 23
for I the road-hugging smoothness you'd years If I could. There la a joy CORN
a long .xpect Ford'a-only in Else costliest cars. And In being fifty-three and a grand. .
rugged sound-conditioned"Life mother. I have my home, my
guard' Body brings you safety and work and Don.;:
my It Is fun to MAR-GOLD ColoredOLEO 46
.... silence usually found only in can selling cook for him. He Is happy with oz. OSAGE ORANGE DOZ. LARGE
...? for hundreds more. Yes Ford u thIngs I fix. He loved the

-d e. I :rica's best quality buyl and pie I a made sour for cream the chocolate Fourth of cherry cake July JUICE 29 LEMON N N19C

with chocolate Icing. I have a _
wonderful husband. God Is good
.
: and I am thankful. Let the hea-

__ thens accuse us of dropping potato Ib. CLOROX C
buga. We are not guilty. Hal! 13zPHILADELPHIA 49C
Whoopee!. Come go visiting with
__ me next time to see my son.
..rL God Bless you all.
303 Can ARGO SUGAR
-Love, Lura.

Cream CHEESE PEAS 10 c New SWEET


..-..... LAKE GENEVA Potatoe,'

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CABIN
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!I I'I M i. children Charlotte Mr. and,and N.C.Mrs.Mrs., Bill are M.Hanks.guests Ezell.and of of 2 for 29c MEAL, 5 j lb 29C S lb. 3


their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seals,
I at their home hero on Lake Gene-

Drive the va. ARMOUR'S
new Mrs.. Forest Austin and two MAXWELL HOUSE
children,
who have been guests
i of Mrs. Austin's parents, Mr. and
Oaly t.t4 .lt.re y.s e V-t that Mrs. L. N. Wagner left Thursday MILK COFFEEIb.
combines such a low purchase to join her husband T. Sgt. Aus
'i price, such economy of opera FORD i Vr8t tin. In Stockholm Maine, who
ty1
ation. and until recently,
ao much g was stationed at
go! And, you U find Fords fa- t Ft. Worth Tex. TALL
BnatwV-8 power plant brings, you Recent guests'of Mr*. Ida M. 4) C
t .quiet that lives up to its econ.omy StnI14 & r Gentry, and daughter Lillian, were
and quality... Mrs R.
for it's engineered 1 Florin and .two sons and
,4 to whiepvr while it works! TtDI a Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Watklos. Jr.,
of Jacksonville.
.yn" 69
: l e futw 1SMyw Mr. and Mrs. James Ekard and CANS can

.....th.fuhe.hua.ANDREWS. daughter of Coooser. N.C.. who .
... have been visiting Mrs. Ekard's
parents, Mr. and Mrs E. C.
Dykes, returned to their home
Monday Mrs. Dykes and two
MOTOR COMPANY I children accompanied them home
for a vacation.
Madison & Adams Sts. Starke, Fla. I Mr.. and Mn. T. J. Clark aad You Get What's Advertised At Starke's .
Telephone 118 Food Store.In
daughter of Thomasvllle, Ga.., ... Leading




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14. t950 _
JIT.V
-- BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGR!: .\Pn.
I __... _. __ u_ KTAninr., FLOftm4 DA/IIP- _____ 1'nuii'aafPTOf -n___
vme unvia flicAianone and Carl Marion .
Gnann a
Dickey of Ft. Myers. 'I Jacksonville W [I daughter of our rural mall carrier. July J4 1KB. In the -
W. ,, above named maiden name ,
Hick and Telegraph mess IN owned
and
Robert Sicilian {'ourt .n,1' cause wherein : hf."U&Ie: operated by the I day 'In the month of Aucuet. 1155.
Sidney Harris. u ill with i plaintiff shell publish Innext following Interested ,
rheumatcl
parti which I. .
.i'ek. *
Brunswick Ga. I *I"'" *. Bradford the 7tb day of Autruet. 1 -
Mr. Telfrnth
The W M. U. was entertained ; and Mrs fever-the doctor she will be shall? publinh thla County. Wltnen' four. weekly Inauea. Icjr Conway; Htark. Florida;. &0Dated ,
Julius says order in
Recher and my hand and official **al Ignite L,. Libby :
daughter next four atark, Florida this 23rd day of June, I.tP.
31. C. SweeneY Thursday afternoon of last week Jacksonville. June confined to her bed for two months. \% Weekly incue.itng .. atStarke, Florida, this Jun 1* lliu. .-u 4t 7-lt (SEAL) A. J. Thomas Clerk nt
D. *Jny hand and offIcIal ealir.t.riorMa' (OFFICIAL UK A I,) A. 1. Thoma.! Circuit Court ETadforrl
by Mr.. Margaret McKowan, with I Mr. and Mrs. Leaston A. Arthur Wilkinson was helping ( ,.', ; ; "h''.i<">. TJ 191.0. A* Clerk of .nld, Court, N.. le* of ."191911...,... for Tax need}! Florida. of e-J9 County-4t T-St
Mrs. Mary Blrt In charge of the have Wynn Pete Blrnaon pen some cattle and KKAL.) J. Tnomaa: Ity Haven. Croeby, Deputy Clerk. Notice. la hereby a-lven that W. II. _
returned from an extensive A. Clerk of aald. Court {Carlo lC. Harper. 30i w University Hlhley the holder of '..
fell In
and broke I the follnwlnic' Circuit ( Bradford. V.aIf..
socials program. Thirteen members were visit in Cerro Gordo N. C. the little finger on ST.a.H 1j0rotbyj: I>ePU y Clerk. Avenue 't.ilnenvltln, Floilda. cart itic'ste. haa filed eald. certificate : I' Florldni In Chnn....,.. ___ _
I < ?
rarke.elebrated Ms present. including two new mem- Mr. and Mrs. his left hand. He said the finger B ?I IUU I "' ?," -<' Uuaranty LIfe Ally. for ('If. '-13 4t i-tI for a tax deed to b* iMMtied I: Plaintiff I ITS.
g 1J'ri.ing. bers. Mrs. T. E. Grafton Adklns was healing very flne. V W.iV". r l.dH"k.onYIll.i.n Florida .. flrenlt -: thereon. The certificate fluinb.tuand ::I'jlh.f."t.r.T;: Defendant Came No,
Simmons .
on who and children Polly 4t 7HKi.rM."l 'u'srt.Ilradferd ..t,. year of l issuance, the descrip 7947 '
anniversary Ann
and _____
'day la returning: shortly to her home Mick Eugene Padgett Is on the sick Florldnl I. < nnnrery. -- _. __ thin of the property and the nantea .......
30th. with aocal I ey. of Miami, are spending ''"" '. H..*'.... (.557. Charles N Martin. Plaintiff vn In which It of fntollratlnn and Motive) Ce.4ppe.
June In Chase City Va., resigned her weeks with several list.Earl t ;......". Oypnl. Kathrlne McHal Martin, low.: woe assessed are aa fol- crane OP n.OHinA. tee
aTalr: at his relatives here Lang went to : Those, a Ueimon. Plaintiff. v.. Defendant Cane No 791)4) rortlflral, Cecil Tanner 3'hhr3** romdence' a.nd}
.( office as president. and Mrs. Hazel The Rev. .<.It. for a few Iluth :4 Order Nn. itt) Year of IMIIUano .- addrea I* rd. AVP Co.. Ft.Lewi .
and 1101 Benson Defendant. at lublleall .
thirty-two ofL rs. Orville Brook- days and his ('ae. n sad .tl. In MAY It, A. D 114*. DeMcrlp-
.ertalnlng Thomas was elected to take uncle, Clyde Padgett No. 7944Order Avveaf.' STaIN *. WaehlnontYou :
the Ins
and family have OF 1"1""t) 101tiyp.In lion of property Ki. of NKl., uf
and friends. HU place. Refreshments returned to and two cousins Francis and of Pnkllralloo %nd .Ur. T" Kathrlne Mollal Martin 1'111:40.: 1t.. lInn D, Township A aro required to appear on
Mouth
were served their home after Joan Al' >..', IN "F whose residence and July Kiel 1 150 In the above namedCourt
addreen
KI.OHIH T. la .
? Hana
andnJaw l unknov. 29
Brown, attending a fam Carter. ICaMt rontnlnlnpc 20 acresflllll'e ,
Carl the returned home Ruth s. and caupe, wherein plaintiff
Mrs, Mrs. Herschel by hovtess.- ily reunion In___ n AtAr___...."....... A Vtmttlkr4---- n ....K. .e...!.>.._..-.-_ _.? .with__L.him. for. and adlruo.p tleniion. I. 810&, tthaKe"th Pl resilience. .. "'., You n:are required to appear on <.1: Ki:or'neat lex.1 Nam...Il. In which aMHe.e .- Meek divorce. custody and aupportof
iiu rcmuvca Bl minor
chllil Eeradford CountyTeleajraph
Mr. and Mrs. atteaslic. Maryland July lint 1950. In the above named
Ice Douglas Certificate No. V4 Year ..
of
eJ'\.ed the guests New Arrival and children left last Hardy Clay Hill. July You are required to appear. on I Court. and cause, wherein plaittlffseek. aniMay Ill.. A. 1 It. 148 l>eprlptlon .u-- next four, Mhall' .publIsh leau :'I. OrderIn I
traditional week for I C. E. 34. !1950. lii. abuv divorce. Bradford weakly *
Belt In nAm..tI'C.I.t :
and the a went to County Tel of property I.otn 9 A :
neh Mr. and Mrs. David Brown have visit In Jacksonville and ... a 10 ft. Witnee* my hand and oHI"'al.a' !
South ('a\l. wherein eyraph shall publinh
Carolina. plaintiff thIs order In of lots
and with his 11, 14 of Hlk 85. Peek'.
Parker grandson eeki at Starke. Florida this June 17. 1150.O9'FlCtAt. il
Mr Charles dlMirc I next four
announced the arrival Fields Bradford weekly Innue.
,
cake of Addition
a daughter. Misses Idell to Rtarke, Flection 2*. Town
and ouJ'.r."II: .
( HKAI) A. J. Thoinse.Ac
Betty graph I
Witness
LMl Durban Saturday. Mhall publurt I this my hand and official Meat
Maurice Says he chip S aoiith, llnnue
Katharine Diane, of enjoyed his next tt eat Name Clerk of said' Court.Hv .
dMfl on ,
four
Tuesday, Lawtey have little Weekly |le"\1..*. at Clarke F .rlda. hla. June 17. 19511. In 'which ajdeMed
week : U. II
h, will lea v'" thl July 4th, In North Florida Clinic, their grandmother, recently Mrs. visited does trip to the little town but at WlinouM my hand and official neat (OFFICIAL!. 81 ALI A. J. Thollia. Certificate No Ml. Tear of Harper l....- Haven. It. HCMK Croaby.SOt-Oi Deputy Ouarant CIrauChaa
Homestead. J. L. Will not care about Starke. Florida this June 17, mo An Clerk of sold Court .
I In anon Hey It, A. D 148
Starke. Descrip Jaokeonvllle.
Mrs. staying there. .
Brown Life Bull"'
relatives la the former ( Hnir, Florida.Atty.
lams OFFICIAL MEAL) By Hnven .
and other relatives A. J. Thomas, Cruaby. Deputy clerk. lion of Lot
hcrr Charles property: IS Indian Pl7r 7-ii
Mlsa Beckham Fields, wife Dottie and A* Clerk of said Court, I Ally. for rif. C-lI 7-U for 1-39 41
Mary 4t
: of Hawthorne. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dottle's By Haven. Hearh Unit No I 8e< tlon* ad A> a., _
July 1. McKowen.! mother crotiby, Deputy Clerk. South
afternoon, Mrs. Scott Townahln I Hanaro 11 9at: .
irday Church Mr. and Mra. Frank Thomas Jacksonville from Atty for Plf. ..*> 4t 7-14 In ('Irenlt {'.....,. Hradford C sooty. and $, ...'tlon 1, Township t.C NOTICKNotice
aif New. and tn debtor and credItorSof
,
entertained spent the Fourth Eiorldss In ..
with hanrerr. .
i \VUIdden children enjoyed the the In i'Irolt ('... .,... .. W.V.. rtlluox I : Hniilh. Itanir 11 Pest, and the! eetat of Lillian' May (Clou 'f
folks at a birth- ., 'The Rev. Cecil Underwood and Fourth at Strlrklands and helped .t. tlrn.< *..,. Plnlntiff, vn I.I 11 Inn containing{ .t acre more or leea
little us take Florldni. i rwer Diiflcl, deceased, to file your
I Silver I. t ".....,. Kleanor Sue,,., liefendant. Come
I Springs. No. Name In which "
her small son, family of Palatka attended Youth care of some of our Fred Nannif" Plaintiff Sadie 7172. a "eeeeili unknown. claim. anlnat' the *etat with TO.
surplus farm va. A ,
hnnorlnir *' All of nnld'
Mr. : property helnar In lbs K. Perrvman, County Judoce..f Brad
third anniversary.! for Christ meeting here Saturday and Mrs.V.. A. Saxon. Jr., produce. Well we did very well Order sad Nnnnlf. Defendant.: Cnee No. T /BT. Order. of Pnliltratlna sod ""'hni.. to County of Bradford $tate uf Flor ford County, Flortia. within eiaht4K
his and son. Of nellrntloa And Police T. \vpeeie. 11'1'" I'N OF FI.OHII tol : : ::
,re played out of doors, evening.: and the Rev. Underwoodwas at Ft. Billy spent the holidays that day. We gathered In and canned .Cppenr. s'i'e OF" KI.OHII Toi t.llllan Kleani 8llnox, whose rut- ida.Unit*** eitc.h certificate or rertlflraea ) calendu, I .*of months this notice from, the havtnptulnlme flretpubllrallon

children were In- the speaker on that occAsion. Lauderdale. 122 cans of peas. pickles etc. !ladle: Awnad Nanelf. Whose reeldenc den* and udlre.u last known In l>* redeemed accc "rdlnir .."I.. sworn to. nr said claim,
and hII.
the Miss Peggy Hinson besides addienn I I. 6A Annbuty Mtreet, Oakland !Motor Court oakland, Ccilfornia to ,law : : i
the refreshment; Next Saturday the Youth for Christ returned with getting a S-gallon barrel of Lawrei,... ManeachUMetttf\ : property described insuch will" he barred by Htattit of I.lmllatlniie I'
j e for Miss June certificate or certificate will This June loth,* t It:o.
with Individual cakes of Florahome will have charge of Recher on the 4th to corn to pickle and gathering some You! 24.are required to appear nn'uW July You are required' to appear on lie .o<*>lck J. Dod, Kxecutor. 74 j
31.1.
1V50 In
Jacksonville the above named IflliO In the above named '
served with the program here. Y. F. C. where she spent the I more produce to take to town. Cotir' and cause, wherein Court and cause, door on the flr.tIon.! 1-30 4t 7-it
jle.. were mem- remainder of the week .we could do this It seeks divorce I Bradford plaintiff eeka divorce. Bradford wherein plaintiff, Telegraph .- __ __________ __ __ _n_ ....
County
scheme. hers last well
color returning week from the every day :
the we ouJ'.r..II:
reen aa Friends could ecrni'h shall publish shall publish thin Order, In
small hats witij bal Youth for Christ ConferenceCampat here of Miss Florence teed some of the hungry of neat four weekly .Innue*. next four weekly I........ 1
ere Lake Gnann of There sa, will be glad the other nations, but UltneH* mv h..nl"n" orr..lal..1., Witness my hand' and offl.'al..al'
I lollypops. Those en- Swan Melrose IncludedMr to hear she has have these we do not at Htm'ko, June' 13 lISt .t Stark, Florida I this I Jun Li. lnao FOR YOUR jdT-JTr.. REQUIREMENTS
party with Larry were and Mra. Fred Dodd and family home returned to her workers to help us every (OFFICIAL. HIS 1n..lla:: A. J. Thomas! :: : (OFFICIAL. UK At.) A. .I. Thomas; ,
and Miss Hazel after being a patient for a day. A. Clerk of ald Court. A* Clerk of said ('..lIrl.,
nn, Walter. Howard Phillips. Norma week in By Haven Croebr, Deputy Clerk. Ry Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk. '
and Joan Alachua County Hospital Ally?. for tlrpen A It Pays To Trade l Iflth Slc : f ,
41 l
Carnella Allen Wendy Barbara Jean Matchett Wayne tIo.h.5 of m Hi.ed In Cln-nlt ("...
.t. llmdford -
Hill. Ray Simmons. Matchett, Jay and Bill Alderman. Miss Ellen Searle, of TheresHa TO You WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- I I Klorlilai. .. I"...-..,.. Couch In rtrenlt (....;;. Hradford ('o..1,.. PItOI'tNI (; \3 ::1
will
1a was the :weekend guest of Miss fftiarrt take flotitthat th. Cere Jonee, Plaintiff. va. 'Wllll Florida In < ...*...,..
of Hampton, and of (Bounty ( Jones, GAS Appliance.SLADE .
Idden Helen Jean Hradford 'on1mIaso.r* of |" rendiint Ce No. 786N Reter Van sickle William. Plain'
Barksdnle of Starke. The Rev. John H. Sible of Tampa.wa. Parker. II ::00( o'cloik County. Florida wilt at Order Of Pnkllentlon .Cud Nolle* T. tiff. .... Wood>w William, De --
it Mrs. Tom A. M on the Anpmr. t.n Gilmartin Is 7th day orAIH OK 'I.ORIII" Tot etc No. 7971
her and Louise Adklns .. guest speaker at the Baptist now In of Aua-UMt. I9JO at It* OffIce In the Willie whose residence and Order of Pnbllratlon an Quitman Countv Jr.n.i2 GAS COMPANY
:
Ga. Inc:
serving; and enter- Church- Sunday. where she is engaged Court Hou.* In Ktarke, Bradford eddies Court Btreet.Ve.t. STI'l'll] OP FIOHIK4. tel
in County ,
as a practical nurse. d.t.rmne, Florida I conld r and Cincinnati.. Ohio: Woodrow William" whono reatdenc -
Mrs. Whldden and Larry whether or not th* County You, ui* required to appear on and a1dreea,' la unknown:
pending the past week Otto Hicks Jr., Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs.. R. D. May spent and will', cloH vacate* the, abandon' dlncnntlnu I: ; : July 14. Id SO. In the above named You are required. to appear, on E.:: Call St. Starke FJa.I
Sunday and Monday In Jackson hereinafter deerrlbed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff July Slat. 19BH In the above named"
lore Md., where ,she Frank Thomas, James and JOIIJhlne' portion Known of that certain County Road' .....k. dlvorv Hrndfiird County Tel- Court and cause. wherein plaintiff!

husband who la one Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Joe and aa the bih.'g.'' Road raph shall piihljnh this Order/ In seeks .divorc Bradford ('.,untv, Telegraph -. . '
r whether or not ;; t wilt, next four weekly ....u.*. Shall publlHh thl* Order In .. m_
from Merchant Marine McKowan and Peggy Dyal attended rrnotinc and dlnctalm any right of VltneHi mv hand end official' neAl newt. four ... lnHue "- fj\
the
a revival service in Jack- ville.LONG land County end: public In and to any at lI.nrk., Florida, this June 82 19Ml Wttnena mv hand and. offlrlnl sent
or Internet* therein, acquired (OFFICIAL, I:!.. A 1.1 A. J. ThoniHJ. at titarke, Florida thin I Jim' ti, I960
for
sonville Saturday evening. conducted BRANCH In med or highway piirpi.ee,*, all An Merknf .aid Court. (OFFICIAL HKAI.) A. :.1. Thninn:
Richard May pave by Pastor Bob eald and to the following portion of By' Hnven. Crosby, Deputy Clerk A. Clerk of e"ld ('..'lurt.
Mrs Gray.
Kirby Crew Road, Atty. for Plf. Bv Haven .
'-28
situate In 4t 7-14 t'rnnby, Deputy Clerk
rty at their home Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mead By Mrs. J. L. Strickland Bradford County Florida to : Ally, for Pif e-ao u 7-si

July 5. In honor and family of Oak Hill have been of All that part of the Ho-nt-of-way In rin-nlt Tonrt.. Bradford. ronn ,.. Free Free !
enlnff the Klrbv .
.
Crew Road lying between rlorMni In ( "..... .,. >ol Ire of Intention. to ItealHterPlrclllnn I
iter, Sylvia May, whose recent visitors of Mrs. Mamie Nelson Prescott suffered a strokeof the Went. line or the Nay I... PhllllK Aaron I'lnlnllff. vn Vernon tlam*
Mead. Hltrhwny (State Road 23ft> .and the Aaron. Pefendunt Case No. 7RR4 Motli I. hereby Liven thnt the
""Irthdny anniversary was Eugene Mead returned with paralysis last Rant line .
Friday night in (and an extennlon eoutherlv Order Of I'Mhllrnllon And N..II.. Topner. tinder.lfrned tinder Ih. ",'ovl.l..n.
th. Lively games were them for a visit in Oak Hill and Georgia where he had moved tc of Much line) of that certain. IArn: OP FIOIIIDA Tot of Chapter 20(1(11( ( Ijiwe of Florida.:
Helen Jean Parker Cocoa. Mrs. Mead has County Road known .. the J. R. Vernon Aaron. whose r.ldnc* and i Act of 1941 I, will{ register with' the
jii her grandson some time ago. Lee Green of Kelly Road address I is unknown! Clerk ef the Circuit Court. In and

rize In a blindfold con-, Langford Hicks of Brunswick Highland went to Georgia and Peraona Interete4 mar .npf.. You are required to ippear on for IVadford County, Florida' the. '
.
nil be henrrt a< the time .'"Iv 84 tnriO, In the above flctltlotl ,
and place named n m* 'C Conway-Llbbv
en lemonade, open-face Ga., visiting her for two brought Mr. Prescott to the North lbov. Sp.IVh'd. .. Court anil caue., wherein plaintiff I Klylnit Hervlce under which wear* July 22nd 3:00 P.M.A 1. ;
and birthday cake were. weeks. Florida Clinic in Starke. The last loner The Board of County ("'001011.- aeekn divorce I 1 Itrndford: County! Telexrnph engaged and dolna bulne.i at ('..n. --- :
of Bradford .
Countv. Florida elicit publleh this (Older. In way Airpark Starke Hrndford
during the : Fourth of July visitors to Hampton report we had on his condition was By M. O. Harrell. Chairman. next four weekly iKHtie. i County Florldni; that th. aald liu*>

o guests were evenlng'j included Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert)I that there :was no improvement.Little lt-7 4t 7-Z8 \Vitnees my hand and official peel I r _
ftOTICM at Ktnrke, Florida, this Juna 20 1DBO
Cyril Pickren, of Hall and family Tampa: Mrs. Bonnie Harris, the oldest The registration book of the city 'O '..'ICIAL SKAL,) A: .1. Th..,ma'', PHILCO
------ of Htarke, Florida. will h* open for An Clerk of said. Court. ,
rcKletratlon of elector. at the City Bv Haven Cronby: Deputy Clerk. ,' Save Time Work,
Hull In the Cltv of Htnrke, Florida" II. o Iiroun Starke. Florida
L&'AJL'A1 iIlI from Friday July 14th, At) 196a Atty, for Fl?. -23 4t 7-14 MAHOGANY CABINETTelevision
throun-h Saturday, Aua-unt Itth, A and Money!
). lUfill. from fl A M. tn ft P d. each : IN bruit < ..u.,. llrndfard County,
','Iy 9AM. to 11 norldni .. I hnnrer
.; o kr.turd"Y. BlUalieth l l>avl,. Clarke Plaintiff ]
: City of Htnrke Florida. I v.. Inhn Clark: Defvntlant Can. rounds Of Your
Cnrl John*. Ilee-lHtratlon: ; Officer M n. 79Bfl
BUDGUv. (SEAL) 7-T 2t 7-M Order. Of Pliblli-allon. And Xollr. ToAppear. 9 Laundry Done In Set
Wi''iil OF FluBS> 4 Tot ]
I n. r '......t Court. Bradford ("oust,. John Cliche whose re.ldenc and
".."... tn I..........,.. .addre**, In 14AII Kaet Avenue, New Oft) .
uby WllllnmHon IMivlnr PlaintIff York *1. N. Y:
". Norman Haxtnn I'It vi.., riefend- You ar.. required tn. appenr on .
nt. ('".* No. 79B5. .7,ulv 24. 1060 In the above numedCourt Minute' It Is .
.. : end wherein
uf Pnhllcatlon nod Wntlr To cause plaintiff .
.I...... 11'1'1'1 OK FI.OMIItt Toi n ekM divorce and restoration, of Washed Sr tks M.
.ARGAI'II Norman Hnxton l'a"I.. whine r..nl- "'lltI.1n..m". rtrndford County' Tel. 40
d_n". and eddy.,.. I. 411 Womham .graph .".11 publish thin order In ly Clean-Heady
itreet, nanvllle, Virginia! next. four weekly IfmueaWltnenN '
You are requited to appear onlufflint my hand and oHh'lal..AI To Iron You must register at our store to be eligible ;
7. 1060, in the above named, at Starke, Florida this June 21 1H6II
Court find canes.,, wherein Plaintiff (OFFICIAL HEAD A J. Thomol, to participate.
p nek divorce and cuntody of A.. Clerk' of H...ld Court
or child'' Bradford Countv intofl. y Haven Crosby, II" ll'Y'Ink, i Cents 11'411' It
egraph ehall publleh thta Order In .1'. Frank Ijindrum, Htarke. Florida.Alty. .
pair..of next four weekly .InnuenWltnena for Plf. 1-23 4t 7.14
-J4 Puts a I my hand and official .Real, I 40 Costa!, Try Our .
lat t Htarka Florl'li.' thin. July 1 1950. I In rirvnlt ("...... llrad'ord "'eusdy.io.id. :' 0
% (OFFICIAL SEA .) A. J. Th'oma". Y .. In C h..er7.WIlma .
An Clerk of Maid. Court.! Miller Anderson. Plaintiff Service Soon!
Pv Itaven Cronby, Deputy Clerk I vii, Yuel C Andernon Det."dan"1 i iCime

Martin>..>,tIding.,J. Pearl lackaonvlll, sin Conolldated. Florida Ordee No Of 79KS Pnhllea.. And Node. ToAppear. I

r4F oQDA Atty. for Plf. 7-7 4t T-M I "TAIK OF KI.OHIIIA lotYuel C. H. Nasworthy General Supplies
:: C. Anderson. whose The Washeteria ,
I N rirrnlt ("".;;. ;;..' '" (.. and addree' I. 1.01 1> r..I".n".I':
Florida i I. n.......,.. .t// 1I1""I.un. Wl.cnnMln: Stl1rke hone 198J.r1
1. Can St
car Henry Kempen Plaintiff, v*. You are required tn appear nnTulv 320 Temple Avenue ,
I Ixn Kempen, Defendant. Cage No. *4, 1CBO, In the above named
Tires on ,iii&. I Court and ruue., wherein plaintiff' I
Order of Puhllratlnn. .... Notice '1'. s Meek divorce. and reetorntlon t,f
App.... NTAln] el" FI.OKIIIA Toi
i Morton Kempen, whoa rewldence
and l HddrenM. I" 1421 I"I Drive Lrfinz.1
Inland City, New York
pI You are required to appear on
__l_' Aua-nlt 7. 1V50 In the above named I
Court and cause, wherein Plaintiff
s nek* dlvo,,,*. Bradford County Teleirafih -
hall luibllxh' this Order In I
__ i nitxt, four weekly .Inane
;'. Witness mv hand, and official' ."RI
,
\ \" lit Htnrke, Florlil' thla July 6. .1960OFFIC'IAL
,' '' ( SEA: :) A. J. Thomas,1 I .
,' '' \\ A. Clerk of .... Court.1 ; .
\ fl y Haven Cro.by. ricputy Clerk
.' \ \ T Frank Lundrum Htark.. Florldn.,

\l \ Atty. for Pit. 7-7 4t T-i, .. .

\ In Clreult. <......t. Hradford Conntr.Klorleal : .
In < "..........
Kornnrd tlrennan. Plaintiff .... Marl -
tnean' llrenniin efendmnt. Cane.,
: No 7117
Order .' Publication .." Notlee tnAppear.
: arAlK Of FI.OIIIIIA ToiMirle ,
; \ Huean Hrennan who*. ....1.
don,.* and address. I I. 147& 1..lr..t..n.
.
Avenue ('soI.anl'y' New York CII, .I
New York:
You are required' tn appear nn!
Amrufct 7. IttftO. 4n the above named I The Stylclln.* D* Lux* 2.Door SdunDrive.
Court and cause, wherein Plaintiff!
*ekM ,II VOl''"*. Brtdford County Teleicraph '- '
\ Mhall! publlnh' this order In
next four weekly .IneueMWltnee .
my hand Anl official ....I
I.IHtarko Florida this July 0. 1900
: (OFFICIAL KKAL, ) A. J. Thoman
AM ('Ierk of *...1 Court
Py Maven Croeby. J>eputy r'lerk
T Frank iJindrum "'tark... Florl Alt?. for Plf. 7-T 4t 7-J

I* ( '....11 "'..Hradford C'onntr.Klortdnl .
..... .
,. (.h. ,.
lJ William n. RayfleM Plalntirr. vn
ShirleY Rayfleld. Defendant. Can
Pay as little as N... 7955.(5r5ev .
of Pnklleatlon an* WotlKr ToAenene. .
( "rATK" t>V .....OR.'A '1'..I

"'hi.'.." Rayfleld whose reldnce ...
IM tinknoxva .
and addrenn : 1
1 You are required to appear on l. -
_
August 7. IftftO In the ahov named ... _
75 Court and cause, wherein. Plaintiff kL'I
....k. ",vo."*. Bradford County Tel- W I
efraph Mhall publleh" thl I. Order In

next four weekly |Issue.. ,
.
\Vltnepie my head and official neal
at BU\rk. Florldh.' thIs July 5. H 8OFHC1AL

< HEAL Clerk) of A. ald J Thomas.Al Court.. Firal and Fin tl First and' Finest First and Finest First and Finest for -

IAWEEK By H.Maven O Brown Crosby,Btark Deputy. Clerk ylorida.Atty' for for all-around safety for styling and comfort I driving and riding eas.. '

for Pit. 741 7-a thrills and thrift at lowest cost at lowest cost J at lowest cost

I. CtrenK (..rl-li'.f.r.: Connty, '
Florid i In (_.""V7. Chevrolet brings you lh. fasts Only Chevrolet offer this Iv.Clievroietts Srjl-Slar Bodies Only Chevrolet offer fitfttttotMft

Paul. K Druneck HrubecK.Defendant.Plaintiff Can 1.*. AliceHart No. combination of thrills cod fold protection: (I ) Curved by Finder provide xtra-wida I driving, with Power

'and old tires are an 7983Order' thi'itt..whb it*new 10-h.p. Windsbfekf with Panoramic form-flttinf sestaexlzsgcnslid... Aulomatjc Trintmnaiioaand .
'IG only $ your of ...11..1.... and 1"'o.lee T*
TRADEINuo ** It'. true TWO of Goodyear' famous A..**... TATB! OP FLOHlnA Tel VaJve-in-Head nine*-mot Visibility (2) Fisher Unfateel crou head leg and elbowroom 105-h.p. Engine or

you need to put car not nut Alice Hart Brubeek.I I. Vlrrlnla"whose Beach....1- powerful ia the entire low- Body (J) Safety Plato Clan -.extra value la rttrf pnttt standard driving, with, -
size tires on your and addr.eC
w Marathon 6.00 x 16 TODA Come on In done IrKlnla- price HeM-or iU hifhly. improved all around (4) Unitized Kneedetail of MyUng and comfort highly. unproved standard Engine

A N e E week. but right now deal on aU sizes aU type.of You are 7. I9B4.required la the tit above appae named onAiBunt more powerful etaod.ActJoo Rid (J) CertJ-Sa/. to thai !longeit and beavaMt $ and Synchro-Mesh Tramand -

there' a budget bargain finest. And era your Court and came wherein Plaintiff Valve-ill-Hcad EaI ll. Hydraulic Brake low-priced carl, aiaUoo at lowest --.
FOR YOUR Goodyear tires America' ...iis divorce Bradford County Telgrph -
made wbere you MeD Mhall publish this Order In
dealt
are
bow. the best tire newt four weekly I lucusu.
Diamond Sign! Big IroM allow- Wltn.... my hand and official seal
L the Goodyear .t Htarke. F1orl<.... this Jolly I. lUG

TIRES I GIles for your oW tires! OFFICIAL DEAL A. Clerk) of A. .1..,t Thomae.! Court. Come in-drive a Chevrolet and you'll know why it'sAMERICA'S

... Deputy CUrkA .
Ma n Croiby.
By. W. ChadwU-k; Jr, IJT-tl rilyrnilldlnir. BEST SELLER AMERICA'S BEST BUY!
> YlService' Ht. .rOTlalAlty. .
TODA
rive./n Trade in SA VE for Pit. A..u.tIO.i-1 4t -
_____ -C..Iisi.i ./ ,_5IJI 45S5.Ei nmimtutn W M).t.,. Eiss' .f... Dr Las, .e14s ., _1_
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,. flrrnlt. c..... __.f... Coentr.

JanSr-R. 'Vl.'r-pTirnt.ff. ,.. Vlrrlnla -

R. T'I.*.. Defendant. Case No.

CenterState Ae'e: 'n ir.Of "Vric'or' ..F'L'oBriVi'ToiVirginia ", .tl.. T. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

R Tylr. whoee reuidsuucuand

limits Starke. Florida. addree Vlrfflnla I IC Root: II. Boa 14 PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS
City Hlrhmon'
Road 200 (u.s. 301) at South You ar* r.
Seeber D. Goodman, Owner.






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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEORAPH. 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY ", 1930
PACK FOUR -

All Softball Games TOTAL ASSETS

Weds H. T. Bennett Jr. WSCS NoticeThe -- 1.IOI,1Cs11
Marycille Darley Are Rained OutAll Demand dapasi.1.1."lJltl"
Women's Society of Christ. iduab,' Par nt Jndl.)
Last
In Lawtey Baptist Church Friday and <, tnrr'hlp.
The Women's Society of Christian Softball -:ames during the Time d.po.lt. m I

: Service of the Methodist past .:week have been rained out., dual corporation.',, Dsrtnershlp of I"dl\sn'd 11I.1It)

: .
1- mon the schedulewill O..po..lt. of I'nltod IOI.lll
# Church will have Its regular Weather permitting Government fltot.,

thly business and program meet be resumed tonight (Friday) } Jlachidn) a
Oe"onlte of Stale, ,
,
ing at the church next Monday with SMS scheduled to play Alvarez I 1111.,1, ...tlbdlvl.I,.1Jd,,, u'r 11,1111

Residence June'CaldwellPh. Office I \ I Clinic Recent were births: In North Florida afternoon, July IT, at 3:30: o'clock and National Guard to meet: Other Mel dept/f.officer./ '.""?"III'd h,.. :,, 179,191,

State Farm 49 Editor Phone 29 !
.t Mr. and Mrs. Charles ;J. Schaeferof Humphreys. TOTAL OF.POHITI' _. 1 41 11!'
Stablers Sell Saturday's schedule Is: SMSvs Other I/ahilltie./ IN/a I / ,
I Starke, a son, Charles James, Ael::
American Legion, and National
Miss Butler To Wed I Baptist Circles "10> Jr., on June 29. Old Hamrick Home Guard vs Humphreys. I I (not TOTAL In<,ludlnll'UAPILITrE.u
{ "r.
I and Mrs. Dewey Warren of dlnat..1
Mr. To R. V. Alvarez Next Monday's schedule is: Her. shown ahII C" lI"'
Rev. Robt. C. below
Gray Met Tuesday I I Starke. a son, Phillip Ashley, on cules vs Humphreys, and National' ) !.1 ulm

On July 21st Wo ''June; 30. Mr and Mrs. ;J. T. Stabler will Guard vs American Legion.City's (".plt., Arrua. ,;,.
circles of the
The Baptist
F I 'Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lalrsey of home Capital" '5011
to their new '
men's Missionary Union held their i Starke, a son CliffIrd Horace, move soon Undivided., prone., 114ew 1 '
-., Tuesday which was recently placed on a RegistrationBooks R.orv" (and "II,
and social meetings r""r.'n..nt
ry Y't. -.if program t ton July 1. account for
<': afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. ? % k l I Mr. and Mrs Edward E. Noble lot they purchased from O. W.. To Open .apltal) pr.r.rr'd. aNt

The Daisy Fowler Circle met at d of Green Cove Springs, a son, White near the school l grounds.The TOTAL CAPITAL.
the church with Mrs Frazier Shaw Clyde David, on July 2. Stablers recently sold their The City's registration books will y COUNTS At"
UO,111
I' apartment house at South Walnut the registration of :
circle leader. be for
Mr. and Mrs DavM C. Brown of open TOTAL L I A RILtTIES
Mrs. S. E. Sparks gave the de Hampton, a girl, Catherine Diane, and Lafayette Streets to R. V. electors at the City Hall through. ANT OOITNTHssu r'APITA4 M'-

votlonals followed with the program on July 4. Alvarez This place was formerly Saturday, August 12 *This! bank'a capital :.1011 t
on "Misdlons". Mr Ada I the old Hamrick home and contains The books are open Monday of: eon
Mr and Mrs. Walter C. demons Common
Lawson had charge of the pro- I seven apartments. through Friday from 9 a.m. to :S par value stock with trrei'
of Heilbronn Springs, a son on I of l28.don "
The Stablers' new house was yrMemoranda '
4
gram and was assisted by Mrs. A p.m and on Saturdays from 9 a.m.
| July 11.Florida. built by Lester Slade at his place
;J. Thomas and Mrs. Carl Mathews, until noon. .
near the B. T, Thomas Lumber A..t. plsdfed or ,; _
Mm. Shaw, leader, presided during ed to ..cure llnhlilu",
)., ; the business session. 4'p 4LUL SecondIn Co. and was moved to Its new IU1POR'I' or H4MK romnmoiw:AT dTARKU'! OF"FLOItift and for other .burp,. .- ,1:1111.
location last week.
OK ,KT4IIKH] IN THK' MTATN OF1Fi.niiint
Fires L. Peek,
At the close of the meeting del Woods AT TIIH ri.osn OKHCMIMRH4 ab'ovf nnme" Jr CanhleroeSwear (
icious refreshments were served O'G 311. J"IHI. that tho b..nk.' do .01..*
by the hostesses, Mrs. B. S. Out And Area BurnedFlorida Lake Cottage Sold AM.t. true, and. that It fully andteop!? ."
Cash balance) with other repre.ent. the "
law and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. holds the unenviable By Dr. HerlongDr. bank, Including; reserve 'several matter true hor"n" ''e.' 'H.
halanoesand cash ItftmsIn and set forth to enntll.'
The Business Woman' Circle position of being second among I process of collection J87.300.99 knowledge and belief the but ril'
has sold his
M. B. Herlong United' State Onvernmsntobliratlons CorrectAttests
A held Its monthly meeting In the : 8.1. pwk ,.
the nation's states in number of Lake to direct and r
cottage on Kingsley GeorgeE. '
"
TVT 'oU
,H tty Baptist Education Bullying< with woods fires and area burned. I I Norton of Jacksonville. Mr. Ob Igptloneeof Plate and1,118,224.3 i n P DNirlk
27! members and visitors present. ubdlvldlona 203.CI7.2t
# This Is shown in the forest tire I Norton was formerly an official Loan political and discounts In- State Diana
4la l-rfl. R. B Alvarez, Circle Chairman ( of Florida
the business! .. ... statistics for 1949 first released! with the Jacksonville Terminal eluding: 246.28 overdraft County of Bradford m:
presided over Company, but Is now retiredd.Before ) 774.404. Sworn to and .utmcrihi.it
meeting. It was reported that I -Photo by Tony Stevens by the United States Forest Ser Bank premises owned 7- me thin llth day nf JH hem,i''
being purchased by the furniture and fixture and 1
873.17 hereby certify that J'... E
Mr. and Mri. G. B. Butler of I the Circle Is to prepare and serve Miss Marycille Darley, daughter over satin. Her finger tip veil vice. Herlongs, this place' belonged tc 9.058.18. 1 ..4rt.3TOther : an. officer or director !
I|I dinner to the Brotherhood Thurs of Mrs. T. T. Darley and the late fell from a tiara of orange blossoms. I I The records reveal that last year Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith. anet 10.01O8 Mjr(Seal commission) J. R. Kelly NoUn-lS- ,
Tampa announce the engagement day night. Mrs. Ruth Broadway Mr. Darley of Lawtey. became the She carried a bouquet of Florida had 30,137: woods 'fires expire Dec, tw!

rand approaching marriage of their turned over a large collection of bride of Hiram T. Bennett, Jr., white carnations centered with a, that burned an area of 3,216,301 .

daughter, Charlene, to the Rev. coupons to Mrs. Moore for the eon of Mr and Mrg H. T. Bennett purple orchid and tied with whiter acres Only Mississippi had aI I
orphange. satin ribbons. :Worse record in number of ,
of in
also
Jr., of Hampton, Sr., Lawtey, a
Robert C. Gray,
Mrs. Gladys Harrington, the lovely candlelight last Mrs. Darley, mother of the Figures show that Mississippi had, tt
Bon of Mr; and Mrs. R. C. Gray, program leader, introduced the, ceremony bride* wore a dress of pale blue 46,358 woods fires. Oklahoma lei
I Friday evening:, July 7. at 8:30: 'i / rI
of in with white .'the' nation in area burned with
Sr., Tampa.The :topic-Missionary Work Nigeria.I II o'clock In the First Baptist Church crepe accessories. Pinkcarnations
wedding will be an event of I Mr*. Kate Sheppard gave a of Lawtey. I formed her'' corsage. 3,804.409 acres being burned.

Friday evening July 21, at 8 o' thoughtful devotional and Mrs. The Rev. O. V. Lee, former pastor Mrs. Bennett, mother of the 'In amount of damages from

clock In the Buffalo Avenue Baptist :. Martha Futch gave a moat enlightening of the church, officiated at bridegroom, chose a gown of woods fires Florida ranked fourth I,
Church In Tampa. Dr. Roy talk on Nigeria. Miss the ceremony performed before a white lace with white accessories. with $4,499,401 In damages. Mississippi / I

Mason and Dr. Earl Tharp :will June Patel sang a solo. After host of relatives and frlendm' Her flowers were also pink was first with $12,627,83,
officiate the program, Mrs. Ingram, and The church was decorated with carnations Georgia was second with $8.068.044. ,

Miss Butler Is at present secretary Miss Florled Kllllngsworth served I white, gladioli and fern in tall Immediately; following the ceremony and Oklahoma was third with
of the New Orleans Baptist delicious refreshments to the baskets and on either aide were a reception was held In the $5,101.636.:

Church of Tampa. The Rev. Mr. group. graduated candelabra holding pastorlum. Hosts were the parents The report showed that Florida

Gray Is now pastor of the Hampton burlng white tapers.A of the bride and groom. had ,47.3 percent of its 22,886,00
Baptist Church. Following\ Members of the Ida Darby program of nuptial music was Decorations were of a white and acres of forest land under protection iA1

their marriage the couple will reside Circle of the Baptist Women'aMlaalonary presented prior to the ceremonyby ; green color scheme carried out or approximately 10,821 A&P (logon.told sell Just "any

In Hampton.No Union enjoyed a cov- Miss Ada Edwards, pianist, to include the brides' table which I 667 acres. This places Florid '. "*., kind" of cold cuts. Ours

Invitations are being sent ered dish luncheon and meeting and by Miss Margie Wall solo was covered with a lace cloth and In the position of having the second T"". are confined to leadlJlgpackera'
held at the home of Mrs. L. A. with the cake. lowest
centered
I ist who sang "I Love You Tru- wedding percentage of its forest "
.
'but all friends of the couple are fancy brands.What's
Canova on Klngsley Lake Tues ly," and "Wonderful One." The Mrs. O. W. Roberts served the land under protection. Oklahomahad
Invited to the '"
wedding. day. Mrs. Coy Stevenson served traditional wedding marches were cake. the lowest percentage under ({ um more A&P cold cuts

as co-hostess. usrd. Presiding at the punch bowl protection with 35.1: per cent or + yFfa hhy 'are really fresh assuring

WOW To Meet The meeting was opened with The bride had as her maid of during the evening were Mrs. 3, 76,2U acres. r I you of that full, .zesty fresh t41))

prayer by Mrs. L. D. Haines Mrs.E. honor Miss Dorothy Patel of Jewell Dobbs, Miss Barbara Jean Florida had the second highest vr ty \ flavor and tangy, tempting

Woodmen There will of the bo a World meeting of the D. Tenly read a letter from the I StarKe. Bridesmaids were Miss Wllkerson.Mlsti Mary Julia Futch, amount of protected acreage burned : t '. goodnees. ..-,

14, the hall. on Friday. state president of the W. M. U. Amanda Wllkerson of Lawtey and and; Julies Jo Anna Lee. Miss Daisy --217.3,01 acres. Alabama had Fix a handsome platterful of ,,, fie /
July at Purpose of '
regarding the building of a camp: M'm' Navlna Martin of Highland. Wilkersdn kept the brides book. "distinction of most protected "Super-Right" guaranteed pry' d
the meeting Is to give five new ,
members their Protective Degrees for young people. Little Ann Rosier cousin of the After,* spending some time with I acreage being burned with 435: w h, cold cuts for supper 'use a

All WOW members are requestedto I Mrs. Roy Ward circle leader, bridegroom served as flower girl. their guests the bride and groom'' 733 acres f them for sandwiches forpicnics'
I the short business Donald Bennett of Lawtey, left for a short wedding trip to I
attend.H.. A. presided during u IIII'n .. .
Anthony, for
I ii'i midnight
Field Man.Legion. session. Minutes of the last itiee brother of the groom served as Washington I). C., .where they I Sergeant Instructor r''I i
home., q, snacks. You can't find better
will make tbelr
best
ing and treasurer's report were man and ushers were Bur
given. nell Wilkinson of Lawtey, cousIn Mrs. Bennett 'was graduatedfrom ,With Guard Company h l pi; 1Fl ly selections!

AuxiliaryThe The meeting was closed with of the groom, and Qlenn Williamson Bradford high school last: Will Leave Soon 'n''f 4 'f NECTAR Flavor Tested

Legion Auxiliary of the prayer by Mrs. W. L* Andrews. of ;Jacksonville. Gary spring. with the class of 1930.: Mr.i I t I ? 1 lit.

Starke JoneS-Langford-White Post After a swim and boat ride, a Bennett of Lawtey, brother of the Bennett also graduated from I i Sgt. Norbert Szymczak, who ha. TEA 25c4ft 4
C6 of the American Legion will delicious luncheon was served to groom, served as ring bearer.- Bradford high school with the,, been stationed here as sergeant I'KG.
The maid of honor wore a gown class of MS and Is now employedIn instructor with the local National ,
hold its members Typical Timely Values In
regular monthly meetingin the ten present. Fresh Guaranteed
the Legion home on West Call 'The next meeting will be held of yellow lace over satin with a Washington, D. C.Among I'I Guard unit since February 3, 1947, NECTAR Flavor Tested

Street Tuesday night. July 18, at the home of Mrs. E W. Hayeson corsage of matching carnations. the out-of-town guests will leave the last of this month A&P "Super-Right" Selections 100--7ft 7
ginning at 8 o'clock. All be-I Klngsley Lake with Mrs. E. Mis Wilkerson was gowned In at the wedding were Mrs. Virgtnlai for his new assignment with the Tea Bags
light; blue dotted organdy and Mrs. Jeanette O'Neal 82nd Airborne ,
bers are 'urged to attend. D. Tenly as cohostess.KUGN'S Lastinger I Division at Fort HALF POUND
Miss Martin chose white taffeta. and Mrs. :Elsie Bennett, all of Day! Bragg, N.C. His normal tour of ANN PAGE Selected Spanish
:Each had matching carnation cor tona Beach; Miss Allean Starling I''' duty on this assignment was three Liver Cheese or Spiced Luncheon 30c
sages. The flower girl wore a and Mrs Jewell Dobbs of Jack-'i I years. Olives, 4'/i' oz. 41

gown of pink taffeta with pink sonvllleMr., and Mrs. A. B. Mar Sliced
; I Sgt. Szymczak will be Bologna % lb.
CUT DRUGS carnations. tin and Lonnie Prescott of High-I to Fort Bragg by his accompanied wile- . 26c ANN PAGE Salad

RATE The bride, given In marriageby Land; Miss Linda Carradlne of and their daughter. Sally Ann, who Pickle: & Pimento Loaf or MUSTARD, 6 oz. &
her brother Ralph Darley, Tampa; and H. T. Markham of : have made their home in Starke

wore a gown of white lace net Gainesville. I I for the past three and a half years. Olive and Macaroni Loaf, Y2 lh. 28c ANN PAGE Creamery Smooth

8e of 4 ColorfulPLASTIC I They have made many friends In Peanut Butter, lIb, 39c
Starke who will regret to Fla. or Ga. D. & D. Gr. A 2
Youth Miss Darlev Honored see them to 3 lb. Avg.
ICE BOX DISHES . 98c Fellowship leave and will wish them well In ANN PAGE 12 ox. Pure

Of Methodist Church At Bridal ShowerThe I I their new a..lgnment.l FRYERS lie - 53c GRAPE JELLY 1 W

Plastic Clothes Pins 25c The position of sergeant Instruc
Spring '. . Elects New OfficersBert home of Mrs. Fred :Moore tor the local
for company will be NO. CAN
of Lawtey was the scene of a miscellaneous -! filled by Sgt. Jas. Lawhorn, who Dubuque Canned Cooked 5% Ib. zyt
Newcomb elected
We Have A New Beautiful Line Of was pre bridal shower honoring' will have his office In JackBOJvllleand lona Peaches . -
ident of the Methodist Youth Fellowship Miss Marycille Darley. whose Marriage PICNICS lie
will) visit the unit here
periodIc 69c"
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of the First Methodist to Hiram T. Bennett, Jr., ly. ANN PAGE
Bottles
Fountain Water ,
Syringes Church of Starke in the annual was an event of Friday ,evening

election of officers held Sunday on Wednesday afternoon July 8.1 Miss Lillian Stump will leave "Super-Uighf! Thin Sliced: Fancy: Salad DressingPt.27c

& Combinations evening July 2. Other officers Mrs.Hostesses Moore on, :Mrs.this occasion J. P. Wyrick were,;: York Sunday, City.on a buying trip to New BACON lb. pkg. 59c"SuperRight"

elected' are as follows: vice-pres- Mrs Joyce Futch, Mrs. J. M.j --Ot4W

Be Prepared Check On That Old One! Ident Miss Anne Cressler; Sec- Browning Miss Bessie Terry and)r -
retary. Miss Phoebe Green; treasure -
V. Lee. I
Mrs. O. .
Heavy Western
Miss Judy Green: Treasurer Beef
90c Listerine Tooth Paste . 59c of the Methodist Youth Fund Kenneth Homemade cake and punch were <
served by the hostesses to their .B RIB ROAST Ib. Fresh Fruits
Tyua; publicity chairman Bil- many guests. I p - 85cSuperRlghf ;
Iv Cressler; chairman of the worship TARKE
COMBINATION SPECIAL . 89c and evangelism commission.Miss During the afternoon appropriate' "

Can McKesson's: Tooth Powder & Dr. West Tooth Brush Florence Brown; chairman of music was played by Mrs. Will Heavy Western Beef & Vegetables

the world friendship commission, Edwards and Miss Mary Julia Frl., Sat., July 14 15

We Have A Complete Line Of community Miss Pat Sleg service;; chairman commission of, Bil-the sang Futch.}Always"Miss: Margie and Let Wall Me'.olot Call t, DOUBLE FEATURE BRISKET STEW lb. .. 35c California Elberta

Iv Weldon; chairmen of tile recreation You Sweetheart." I PLAIN or SELF RISING
Beach & Picnic DiamondFrontier
Toys SuppliesMexsana commission. Jimmy Rowe. Miss Darley received many lovely I lona Flour PEACHESIb.

The newly elected officers were gifts which were opened and dis i ; 25 Ib. 1.49

natalled'ta an Impressive installation played. i i9C
Heat Powder 29c, 59c, 9Sc service conducted by the Rev. Among tfie) out-of-town guests': TALL CAN EVAPORATED .
Thomas O. Mitchell at the Sunday were Mrs Thelma Harris 'and r With John Loder WHITE

evening church service, July 9.New Mrs. M. Thompson of Lake Butler.Miss' AND HOUSE MILK .. . llc Western Jumbo M's

Tar fan Sun Tan Oil .. 39c & 79c activities of th, Methodist IONA 4. os. CANTOMATO SBBBBMB Cantaloupes, ea. ,
Youth Fellowship Include the for- Selma Eunice FrontiersmanWith

NORDEX 35cProPhyLacTic mation hour of a following youth choir the, a evening fellowship .: i I Weds W. A. Bailey William Boyd JUICE e 27c, LE'ITUCE 1

Quick: Relief From Sunburn! ANN PAGE 16
church service and a "Youth ox.
; Miss Selma' Mae Eunice daughter Also SorUI! Cartoon 1
fight" consisting of fellowship, of :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Euniceof PORK and BEANS California' SecdbwtaGRAPES

Brush & Comb Set .$1 fun,' and \Inspiration every Thursday Lawtey. and Warren A. Bailey Sum. M....., Ttt**, July 10-18 ? lOc lb. .
evening In Methodist recreation son of Mr*. Frank Bailey and the QUART S* ,

hall. late Mr. Bailey of St. Marys, Ga., M5's<
Venida Nylon Hair Nets . lOc South Sea Sinner BRIGHT SAIL BEACH
united in marriage Sat.
Win Attendance Banner were on 13c
The Starke Methodist Youth Fellowship urday. June U, In the First Methodist Shear Wtaten CALO' AVOCADOS tae .
Sear."e Skip-Flea" Church in Woodbine, Ga.with, ,
was awarded the attendance Also
Short, News IICartoo.
DOGGIE CLEANER 79c banner at the Garfield Evans the Rev. JO. D. Wlllard effldating.Immediately DOG FOOD 2 for 25c RED RIPETomatoes
of following the
Sub-district meeting the MYF ee..1emony Chi.Paocal
'
held in the Waldo Methodist church the couple left for a short I Tu.., Wed., July It 2. TOILET SOAP. R ,. BAR ,
"Meet Me At Koch's Fountain"DRUG Monday evening. Miss Evelyn wedding trip. On their return'' SWEETHEART air. and 4:'. .
home '' DOUBLE FEATURE ,, 2 for 1
Norwood of Waldo, vicepresidentof they win make their In St.! 15c CELERY stalk -J2
the Sub-district presided at Mary's, Ga. j TOILET SOAr BATH BAR ,
the meeting and presented the The bride graduated from Brad., Fallen Idol CAMAY '
ttendence banner to Bert New. ford high school with' the class; . .BAR le
STOREFREE comb. prealdent of the Starke MY. of '47 and attended Massey Business Souls Dmdrl. Bobby Ilmrry TOILET:: SOAP, LGE.:

F. The Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell School In Jacksonville. I I -AND- IVORY 2 for 21e

K 0 C H pastor of the First Methodist Mr. Bailey Is a graduate of St., NO SQ4.P 8CVM J

DELIVERY Church of Starke. was elected Mary's high school In the class Six Gun MusicTex DREFT . 07.
uD-diatrlct pastor. Following the of 1029. He attended Coyne Electric SPEC std SPAN

Phone 53 Starke, Fla. recreation and refreshment period School In Chicago 111.. Georgia I Williams IJa Bomay CLEANER . 23-
I I MUM Norwood led the closingworship Tech University and the University! Also New SHORTENING S iV '
service using as the wor- of Miami. At present he la manager 'i CRISCO
hlp theme. "What It Means to be of the Camden Telephone I . 85e 300 East Call St. Starke, Florida

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAMI. STARKE. FLORIDA
FI9)QFilE )

Mr. and Mrs. -
Lake Butler James Smith Of Mr. and Mrs. 1. S. Hutto and,I :Mr. and Mrs. G. J. MoO riff and I more or I...., EXCEPT rfllht."rI ,,\'I
and
Mrs. Effie Johns family had as their guests last I Mrs R. A. Green spent last Monday I way of County traded road and of'Rial ''
pent last weekend H Highway..
100 together with
visiting Mr "
and Mrs. L. C. weekend Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rlt- In Jacksonville the tenement, heredltanientii and II
Carrie Smith Smith and Mrs ter Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ritter Sen. and Mrs. Cliai: y E. Johns apnnrtenancea thereto helnnBlnff' Ii
of Bushnell In
any way
and Mrs. appertaining
R., Strickland of and daughter Suzie. of Columbia attended the Elks Convention In A. J. Thnmaa, Jr..
Webster. S.C.. and Miss Virginia Moorerof Miami this week Sen. Johns is Ppaclal. Mauler.
NEWS Mrs. R. P. HnllU V Knlerht, Attorney for PIC.
Stubblna. Sr.. returned Charleston S.C. Exalted Ruler of the Starke lodge 7.14 It 7.ZS
to her home In Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Sr., I Dedicated To Community Service ..
.. 1
e..r.r last week after spending two Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Jr., r. Cirerlf ('.. .., H..f... ('....... !. rireullKurt.. Bradford <-<>.. weeks Klerldai In f ......... Florida .. < ........ I
L TD E. Knight spent Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward 'spent! here visiting her son and and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton -I Ralph :Nuvnlu.: flalntlff ".. WllmaNoPi'iiIM Oeora-e Illll.' Plaintiff' v., Xlary E.lUabeth .
) Jack80nvllIe.v. the past two weeks visiting; rela daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. R. spent last Tuesday in Rainbow ?['! >n Nuvula' Defendant. c... 7I1MS./ Hill. Defendant. Cam No.,. Saturday, July 15 Tues & Wed., July 18. 19

.y i tives In Georgia. On their return p Stubbins. Springs. I Order Of PnMlratlnit. And Nittlmr To ....... of Publication anil *llre to HOIULF. Fit ATUREtataat -
Mre Nancy Sand this week they were accompaniedby Friends will regret to hear that Miss Janet Anderson Miss Mel- I *Wilma""". "" '*'1'.10''' KI.OIIII T Nene ,n...rr .. ....... PI..I...., advetliure
cc
children :::: Stephenson Nuvola whon aT t'1'H ftp Fl.Oltlltl Till Great t
weekend r In Mra. Ward's two nieces, Mlaacs Mrs. Ruth Kerns was hospitalizedon ba Strtngfellow Miss Joan Car- realili-iK, and ltlrean la 4286 Har. Marr Rllanbeth }till whoa. residence nowtG

IS. last week,view Rev. Joy and Hilda Strickland, of Boston the Fourth of July when She center, Mr. and Mrs. Boss Pass. ton You l-tiiail.are MemphlH required., to TennoHBee appear on la You unknown ar. required: to ...". your ana' drama =

conducted the Mr. Ga., who will visit them for sustained a broken limb In a fall. Bobby Turner Maxie Carter Bill August 14. 1960, in the adove named wer or other pleadlna-a on Auiruitt tAU
*one She had Miles ( furl and rnu., wherein plaintiff 1ft I960, In the above named. fourtand ,
Church !in the some time. Just recovered from breakIng and Inman Green spent last eeki Kradford w.N .ww(r..we.
Trinity County Tel.egrsph I caiKa whr.ri.ln Plaintiff perks
the Revieymour the same member. weekend at Kingsley Lake.l.tl' :h'j.: punish this Order In /divorce. Bradford County Telegraph) ., NMr
,
rector Mr. and Mrs. H .
r the 1(. Tyus and .next four ... .hall publish this w.rw.w+
I Mrs E. J. Flynn returned and Mrs. J, L. Anderson. Jr., hand .ad' Order In next ta Matt aw, ,,,
home 'Vltn.
Jr.Johns sons, Kenneth and Harold, left are my official aeitt' tour weekly lee..... aRx JRANDDLPR
of King sIe y Lake: for Sunday after spending several: of Gainesville had as their guest .t Hliirke. Florida, this' July 10, IK.1O. Witness my hand and official' neat,I .Y
Wednesday a several days days In Sumter last weekend Mr. Anderson's (OFFICIAL LAICAL': ) A. J. Thom..*, at Ptorke, FlorUIH. thin July *. 1115(1.( SC&TTw
guest this week Herbert. visit with relatives In Panama S. C., visiting son, A. Clerk vf amid Court (OFFICIAL WKAI.) A, J. Thoman.
Capt. and Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr.I Michael, of Stark. By Haven Croehy, Clerk. A a Clerk of aid. Court. w PAT sTTIAM
of Macclenny. City and other points in West Mr. Hay wHd-n, Selden Bulldl.g::: Day; By Haven ProNby, r>. C. a no. mw ncoucnaA
iihotosraphlo service.fanlera Florida and Mrs. Jim B. Godwin of Miss Joan Carpenter returned] tans "exrh. Florida, Oenrira I.. Patten.. IV O. Bo* 404.I N UMw"a'n -
tie Belle Glade will home Monday after Atty. for fit.. HMrka,
arrive Saturday spending the 7.14 4t ( .4In Florida Attorney for Plain
L Gift Shopt10rtda Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and to spend a two weeks' past week visiting Miss Suzanne (.. '..._.. tiff. '-14 4t 14CARPENTER'S P
T1"8"8265 I vacation serif ( Bradford (...tr, OWKTOW rofitf17fRANR, orator
daughter
.
Nancy are enjoying a, here visiting Mrs. Peggy Tllll'YI Ramsey and Miss Carolyn Ham Klorl.lai In ( kanrery. ) ,.. ,- MRON1 luchis FARES MAC8roVOwla
I Jeromet vacation In T.lllhni f I. ., ..
and
-
Johns Franklin N.C. Plaintiff v -
-
E for T. and at the State Farm with Mr. ilton In Daytona Beach. l-ee, rvrciiitnnt. Can No. T! tern.,Jet Coo".taM............rdmu.IN. .
evening Mrs H. I
t Saturday Osborne of Houston,I and Mrs. J. G. Godwin. Among those attending theWadsworthBower Ordrr or PuhIIetlw.. tad \.,"Anllll.1 I ..W.w. rw1p.swwwa./r' .
will spend athe Texas Is visiting her Appear 11'1'"I'N uv. KI.I.HII> ekOfltlAPMswe.MweRSD0.D0UWA1.;; .,-
they parents Mr.and Mrs.
here ; T. H. Osborne of Houston, wedding In Angus he, ., whoHa residence and addrena .a+>.+e'MMRIOClM.Newa !. .
i Elk'a Convention. Mrs. Arthur Wood. I Tex., arrived last week to I I Bunnell last Friday evening were tt. unknown
spend Ton are required; to appear on PRESCRIPTION I It Screen' I\I"hut
several weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson of
here visiting her Aue-iiHt, 14. mo, |In the above named '
I I parents, :Mr and Mrs A. (I Starke, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn Court. and .......... wherein plaintiff I PHARMACISTS e ous7Rtllutr t
Wood eeeke divorce and E MUIM Thurs. & Fri. 20 & 2L
of July
ruatody minor .
\ery Branch of and other relatives and friends.' and Mr. AHt! Mrs. Q. P. Wads- children. Pradford County Tel-J I EI OR's'jet 1 EYTHEMwionc p ,
Miss Sue Biggs and Miss worth of Hampton.Mr. .irraph ehall puhllnh thla order In I ul
Caldwell Peggie and Mrs. M. C. Wells and next four weekly lames. ) OIVMIIA..rICTMI4t.. ,
INSURANCEC were guests of Col. and WIlni-M. my hand and ""' ..1.1..1 RIYNQIDSChap .
Mrs. Owen W. Griffin !In St. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto hadas .t Hlnrke' Florida, this July 10, 1000' THE COMOYOF, THE YEAR
Aug OPl-lCIALi .. I* "tihoat of /orro" &
SEAL A. J. Tno"' .,. -
ustine last weekend. their guests last Sunday Mr. A. Clerk of aald Colllt.MV 1 j "Window Cartoon 8t'lMILLAND
Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Johns Wells' nephew, Mr. and, Mrs. Gene Haven. Croubv. Depntv clerk. Shopping"
Ralph; I. Thomas, Keynlone Helchla, RUSSELL
of Klngsley Lodenhalt and son of Jacksonville
Lake had Florida, .
as their Beach who Atty for .'It. 1-4 Sun. &Mon.: July 16 & 17T
WALL AGENCY guests last weekend Mr. C. L. were en route to Tampa 7.14 4t Cs.d CWDIII

Ryan and daughters/ Peggy and where they will make their I V OT U'F! : SPENCER TRACY rr A

Betty, and Mrs. A. V. Youngblood, home. Aa' provided by 7' HI, Flor.Ida JOAN BENNETT
I PLEASE PHONE 146 all of Tallahassee. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd returned I Statute. 19U.:.t'e'' .la nerebvriven :
TAYLOR
that the flam and Fresh ELIZABETH _
Mr. and Tuesday after spending two week. Water Kind .
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Commlialon In official '
I_ Constant Service Over 50 YearsUdozersfof left Sunday to spend a week vacationing with her son and daughterInla.w.Mr. meetlns....|; held Florida' July, cloned(a, 1150! In VTadford Tallnhaaii ,.--=:;::::::; V.

In St. Augustine Beach and Mrs I. P. Shepherd Jr., County. to the'taking. of deer and .: : ) Aa1e4CASTS

Claude Johns, Jr., of Kingsley in Newnan, Ga. The latter are turkrv.COLKMAN NEWMAN Director,

Lake returned this week from the the proud parents of a baby lame and Fresh Water Finn ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE '

National Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity daughter Margaret Ann born Jane l'omml..lono--: It 7.1/I ot.bC .am.rSAUNCU7. .a.al1076M"C0u11IARO
... aaaew0carte
brtl 1,11er
convention held in Cincinnati 25. !. the Circuit Court ..f llradfnrdlr. PHONE t ,
.aawmm
Mr. <'.....< Florida ........ -'- ,.. e.w -1
\ Rent where he acted as official and Mrs. R. L. McDowell of I. r. Pi ... I
delegate ....
W. H. Hlhley. Plaintiff' va, Charles 1If'- .. "
Jacksonville ... "cll"" In Sport" Short "You
from his chapter at Florida State are expected here soon Cnn."., .t .1. Mefendanta. Day 64 Night .
University In Tallahassee for a visit with Mrs. McDowell's Satire of Mpeelal Wa.trr'. Hale News a Cartoon \Vrra Never Duckler" Cartooa .1
father, John Uglow. and sister, Take notice that tinder and In -. -....... .... )'
Bruce Mathews and Mike Pickering accordance with the final decree offorerloMure
9 Land Clearing spent Wednesday Mrs Carrie Ward. The McDowells entered In the above
visiting In entitled .
C"" the undemlirncilHprclHl
Macon and Warner RObbins, Ga.Mr. returned Tuesday by way of Chicago Mauler will ..11. to the hl..h.
9 Slumping and from Los Angeles where they met And bent bidder. for each lit the
Mrs. Lenin Stokes of Mouth Front door of the County' Court Shop At DENMARK'S And Save! Visit Us Today-Open An Account
Tampa spent Wednesday here visiting attended the Shrine convention. Hon o In Stark, Florida, during the
O Drainage Ditches. ;. their aunt Mrs. Mr... A. Y. Covington and son, leal hour of aale on Monday, AII.t ,,- "
W. J. Ep- .. 7,
-. '' %i 1950 the following propertyaltnnte
a person, Sr. Irvan are visiting relatives in in Bradford County, Florida.T4 Ue SUitE TO SEE THIS IIAKGAIN!
A Road Grading Hardin and Paducah, Ky. They to-Wit:
Mrs. L.
F. :
Dlnklna. Mrs. A. O. ..
at the .tNE
a"ln Northeast corner
Andreu and Miss Jo Ann Din- were accompanied there by Mrs. ', of NBVi of Heo. S. Twp. I 8 ,

kMs left Tuesday for Detroit:who Covington's had been brother their, William at Irvan, K. 28 R line, run 1111113 thence feet Mouth to North alnnvrlectlun Solid i II lied II Cedar Chests It
guest Kings.
Mich., where they will visit rlicht-of-wa line of KeyetonellelirhtH
DAVE PAULKlen. rl'la'j Ivy Lake. Air fI.... railroad Ihrnre
fives for
three weeks run noiithweiiterly. ....1 Northrlght
alonit
Mrs. Joe Keating and sons, Lionel With Tray. A 39.50 Value
Bruce Mathews returned this -of-way line of maid railroad I
week after and Louis, of New Orleans La 0.470'..,; thence. run North 693 feet! Save $71SALE! 0
spending several weeks
Del.. Starke. or Contact Me at Crosby Lake : in Belleville 111. are guests of Mrs. Keating'smother North thenre U8 run fret KiiBt to HO North t..lt[ line thence of .run atdaectton 325

Mrs. John Christiansen : thence run Rant along aaldaoctlon
Mrs R. E. Hazen If Brooker and Mr. Christiansen. line 9I7A feet to point of be* PRICE .
I .
spent Wednesday here visiting I Innlnw, containing In ill 10 HI ..., S -

Mr. and Mrs. A. E.!;. McKinney -
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Mrs T. H. Howard of Daytona ) I'
Beach returned to her home Tues MORE BENDIX IN USE THAN ALL OTHER I

fijKE\!? SERVICE STORE day after spending several weeks I : '

PHONE 189 ? here Middleton.visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. E. AUTOMATIC WASHERS ,COMBINED lieiiui it'ul Mahogany i Dresser 1'


State Roads 100 & 200 >Jtrvand",, Mrs.Proctor $now wijl\ .
visit' Mr. and Mrs. U D. Vlnlng !
STARKE FLORIDA Saturday en route to their homein NONOER-LOOK AT THIS VALUE! With Superb Plate Class Mirror. Three Urawt'I 1 I

OPEN I 5 A.M TILL 11 P.M. Dublin Ga., after vacationingin Complete Your Bedroom With This Lovely Dresser! yl
'. 'j
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Daytona Beach. I ,..... w.w w ll ll11i
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Mr. and Mrs Jim Ritch and son, e 1

Pure Tires, :Tubes, Batteries, Franklin returned home last week. ONLY,, $189.95 Ut
Regular
end after two weeks' vacationin
a
And Accessories Miami and other points In I I 11[ -"'- 1 $18.95; Down.. Terms To Suit! 4950A0.30 f fT fr i

''or .. .. south Florida. > No bolting down-no wringer! Value :
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs had I

Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car aa their guests last weekend Mr. Undertow wishing action I FloatiwiyFlusliawaydraining rJ

by the new Silicone process The new and Mrs. Jack Saylor of Atlanta, I Gentle damp.drying! We Have Nice MAUhlnf' Twin Bmlav

way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 Ca. Fits anywhere in home.duplffiortpartmcnti. I

( WATERPROOF }of 1'. and Mn. P. M. Barefoot Completely lutomitic! Exclusive Wonder Beautiful Drop-Leaf Mahogany
Corrosion ResistantLASSIFIED spent Sunday In Sanderson visiting tub-guar nteed for 3 years in writing] r "I

Mr. and Mrs. W. F Barefoot.

Miss Sue Biggs left yesterday r' .,. Duncan I'll' vie[ Tables

(Thursday) for Shreveport. La., 4 / Saves "me, work, 1M 4- y

where she will visit Mr. and Mrs. and moneyBENDIX .fi y

weeks.W. L. Baggettt for about two r rhonlrf fo ffi. I utIIntItic ) -_. ? Make Your Room Beautiful. 6 950

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'Prill imtJa ". *+./ amazing a Washer 89.50 Value.
(
Mrs. C. W. Savage and daugh- t Regular
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'UEII a R6p 'tctamu.Ie FOR SALE!: New Phllco fneiand '"J/.II.J,,". Ltv Jtumfmymmtt. ,
deep /.rtvbf' No
_n.... P.... I_ Eauy Spin Dry washing machine tree, Yvonne and Ann, are visiting Won< .'b.. j
Eiyttrmt. .. '
1 :1..1.: ..... ".. t/ In perfect condition. Nm. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ytyy

LE: R. A. Colson. W. Madliion St., Ph O. W. White Sr., this week.
R.&Oon..blbulldln. -
>hone'iw..n w..ter. .* St. Clatr. _t20-W. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn were Ask for an fconomaf Demonstration/ today Denmark Furniture Co.
2R-J 4t 7.14 FOR
RENT: Several nice furnlnhedpartmenta.
of Mr. and Mrs. B.
recent guests
llE All have gee Htov"n.eleetrlo .
u": All 10.fxrmablonlandwith. Un.flee. -. refrieratore" all modern W. Davis in Warner Robbins, Ga. WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPh.
.
convenience Heaionable. M.II. a
STARKE FLA.
Deal will t'HUNB 151
+ 1 ml E. of Lawt.y. R. John.. Sr., cor. Washington Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ,
f'ol.man, box Itt, Itp ljiwty.T-2 Walnut Bta.' It have as their guests this weekend 166 222-224 Temple'Avr.Clearance Mtarke
brother-in-law and sister

tDIOS. _HEPAIRIEDI WANTED edge aecurlty TO BORROW A percent 1000. Ollt Mr.their and Mrs. A. M. Petty Jr., 000__ -'" ... .. .w .... ... .. ... ... _-
ik W.k.' All .0..!.. Addre.. P. O. Box (83, and _. -" '<<'''' 1
.. Massey
** '* _a..aif..4. and children Monty OAStraight
.4l.. :.: sntPHERD; FOR SALE: One II h p. Intar"1 I Mickey, of Macon Ga. On their Klglttmlrr .
.I .. Stark.. ePh. _. motor. C. Smith One ahotvun II.... ; One l lL. return Sunday they will be ac. Sale ... ...._ ._..f...... ...(. .._.

C HAULING of any kind' Remlnnton pump rifle: I rt.I.I. 1 In rood companied by their son. Milton
Hr. Jackson J ck,on Tran.Ph. .- condition. Sacrifice t I HarleyF. who has visited Mr. and Mrs. Deal
.
165 or "-w. tt Btronr. Jeweler_ : Itp

PoP' TF.UVIRION IN TOUR FOR RENT.: furn.Ulectrlo apt. refrlg Recently, yea redecorated for Mr.several and Mrs.days.George Dover andchildren t All Summer Merchandise Must Go! t

PHONE 23B< Chat. C. stove, at. from ...hoo!. Ph. Richard and Jo Ann of .
rd 5tark.- had. .,*, Seat Cover, 183.W across or apply (IS McMahon St. were- recent Sale Starts Today (July 14) ......,.,.,..1'... far meUh r"o.. ,I
tr Mra. A. Saute. It Hlbblng. Minn., ..... .....r_....". Drr.c..r .* L..I' 1
.1111 Iv. I' guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col. _.... ... t
1''FoD .fb.r.t..d tlrlrlm
J&-PHO'llO'.R"PH.R"0108. FOR SALE: Sweet potato draw, SHOES 69c Ladies' TShirtsSHOES .1.
\ l. Improved Porto Rlcan. .t son and family. .
: ; ; '"aeemt.Mf11tedhtoe Hunt ley Broi. Grocery Int'lr. '* Mr. and Mrs. W H. Parody of

St., Stark Inlet. lip Tallahassee were guests of Mr. 98c 19c each .'

FOR SALE 184 Cuxhrnan motor and Mrs. John Doss this week.
L .scooter Ilk. new JUKI painted' L. O. Hazen had SHOES .
YOUR Mrs.
Mr. and 1.981
TIMBER ..
14,1. of extra PKra-aln price.John Children's Dresses .
NOW Kemp at newspaper offlc. a. their guests last weekend Mr. Perfect Performance Combination!
,
t Cash Prices Paid : NEW Binder Sewing Marhlneifnnh and Mrs. T. R. Shaeffer of Mont. SHOES! 2.98 JI
Term. are available In gomery. Ala., George Hazen of 1"Up
thin ctlon only through fllnverBewlna and Donald Hazen of SHOES 3.98
ILL BUYN BULK ; Machine Co., .0' N. MarIon Brooker .
OR Bt., Lake City F... Phone Plant City. '
IN UNiT ID*, writ or vlalt our chop. Our, White Jr., recently spent hjdren'sLadies' ) A5
Rale. Service' car will vllt R. G. Values to 8.95
'DWIv : your home upon requeat trI several days in St. Augustine visiting up ,
W
John W. PECK Turner I FOR SALE: lft. whit. cedar boat. his parents. Col. and Mrm. R. DressesTShirts 69c Up
1-wheel boat trailer, 544-h p. G. White and friends. ,
P. O. Box 463 I Firestone kicker. with" paddle.*, dip. Col. and Mrs. M. C. Snyder and t
I net ax etc. All A.
I Gainesville can
of Jacksonville -
Fla. {110. See Q. E. Crewa, State Far p: sons are Buck spending and Mike several weeksat 1.98 Boys' BoxerLadies' j' .

me app card and J .WANTED 100 bttuhel red Inch Kingsley Lake.

ill Come see you: potato .,..H d.mil Inqulr aouth*t of EdwardaOror.rv Starke' Mr. and Mrs.\ V. V. Hazen week and SkirtsSHORTS 89c
of last
ttp7111 l Monday
ALE: I ot olr.eavllle highway. family spent .
:
l4-ft. W d .. in St. Augustine and
I la otto sightseeing
I.od for Boys' Summer
On IOn I.. I...Condition... boat In AI_good 11 i-I.NOTICB contact: Anybody Ovid having Lewi rowe. 112 RHlh St* Augustine Beach. _
Ht, or J. E Price 140H Stockton Miss June Patel had M her guest 1 1.69
: County7rTelefraphyfat lilt..' I'll. a...4., Ja.. *r Up SUITS 3.98
I them.: dhL last weekend Miss Fran Taylor - Tk *T.*< MimmMml Thlmg .. W5..1.

of Jacksonville.Miss You know yoo'r driving. something
ri':: .improved Porto Rico TILE Martha Clair Smith of Tallahassee Ladies' All Nylon Children's Bathing iptcUl wlwo you command the extra
In.hl.J'now ready at farm this week here vtatmr power' th. ImnrkMM smoothness and
Lake road. J. I'eM. \. W. .....n all kind* .f til. ". .Uw spent aunt. and cousin the aton!... ..... of a Pontiac Silver
uncle,
_lip ..w etraetari.hard her Suits 1.69 Screak .... bow H
LE:::5wa.t and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns and Slips - 3.98 up StraightwillitHydt mar .Boa .mr B'OJIar
a fcltchcni Dr Drlwl l
la Up..Potato vine.' Par TOe for bth ii to a n-Matk <
Rivers.Mr YY
,, .. Mary
,p ouaaiKt. Maur- ArnMtronfs Kenllnt TUe for daughter. No clutch pedal no constant thtftiofy -
Ito Tile and Mrs. V. V. Hazen spent Mention ( .. act a .lever. relax and aol'! 'q'ua can't IJeat a.
.' I.:.rurnlRked .part....nt nOMe .-h.. Asphalt Wednesday in Wlldwood visiting And Other Bargains Too Numerous To Pontiac .. til* lowest. priced car in fII7 ,

1 at"mmu MOd.rn',,; lit < + Cork TU, Unoteum eta Tile Mr. Hazen's sister. Mrs. O. G. COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! America. combination offering. / ih.of perfect..trsighteightpower perform'aac l
.qUIP".nt.1 Yard OoodM Raft
SlrayhoMl. ALL MERCHANDISE TAGGED! and H>df-Matic Drive. Com FONTLIIJ
left Men-
,1.1:: I-.nom bongalnw Aim* Mefcawfc ('*..*.. Miss Dorothy Pate In and M. how.. economically
+, pecan I. .ro... Oil Raiford cad Can .* for FREE ESTIMATES. day for Marianna where she will Prices are going up. but our? are down! you can enjoy tr..ilt.oct ire data.c .

:;.....01lJ'II.. Unlit. with all spend this week visiting Mr. and i ., ,
.. -
or.L a, boi I45'Stark, .. B. F. Waller and Mrs. Anne
Bt.rkit JUDD TILE CO. .. Mr Waller. t tI ioaJ."u.G.J.
'. SMART SHOPPE McGRIFF .
... THE
\aabbltm..AU. M. n. J sad children
Burdett. or .r... ... atS- H aik. E. Smythe .
,
\ Orleans
Phone $0 ar1f. Sal\y and Rex of New '

FOR KENT! Furn. e.bln. 1 roorna I arrived this week to spend several I Starke. Fla. Oppordte Florida Theatre Temple Ave. & Pratt St. Starke Floridal '1.
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5"era7 Nara.* Aide .. lectrlolty Dotw" ISO{ here visiting Mrs. Smyth. ( --.. --1 ,
Mond. cu,..,..<1. Ap"I,. Pleeh Tourlat Court Rt. *. weeD Bertha Pearce.
I City, U Phone 17-R-l-l. 4tpT- mother. Mrs.!

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PAGE err BRADFORD COUNT*TELEGRAPH. BTAKKE. FLORIDA FRlDo\y, JfLr14.Ja \


stead of nails to hold, and useda :'et the native grasses grow. Looka night with Mrs. Rhoda Cowling Sherman Crosby spent last week Mr. and Mrs Allen Hall and children Ware, Mr. Battle patik
and Mr. and
brace to tighten up the screws as if he Wall right, for at last we Mr, and Mrs. M. S. .Hayes of with his grandparents Mr. and of Jacksonville, Mr. Alton Thornbur-r '
Not a first class Job by any means have some lawn started where Gainesville atended church at Long Mrs. L. Johns, at New River.. Mrs. Robert Taylor and children and Mrs James H 1'I

but it will last until we can really heretofore there was only bare Bridge Sunday. They alao visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and of Oluatee enjoyed a picnic here Jacksonville; and Thornbn rti ,
DIARY get into building gAte. that will sand. Mrs Rhoda Dowllng and Mrs. children, Stanley Crosby, and Miss the Fourth of July, Andrew Pierce Mr
last. Trouble la that every job Julia Starbird who had been visiting Yvonne Harrell all of Brooker; Mrs, John Schultz and daughter Dan and Ann Of and chiles

ny Sam McGarvey takes time and that mean that The "No-Fence" law Is working I there returned to Gainesvillewith Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crosby of Dade Mildred, of Pittsburgh Pa., Shaanua, C l
f else (like the weeds in Mr and Mrs. Hayes. and W. C. of Webster are visiting the H. M. McRaes ..'" ..
something at least BO far aa we Ate concerned: ,: City; Crosby :. -. ':;\"..::. .. .
The
author will be to '
Drive Item. of Interest,glad re- the runner plants). goes undone. for we have seen neither cattle j Miss Carolyn Crews of the State I were Fourth of July visitorsof this week. '
Concerning Farm spent Sunday and Monday the Rev and Mrs. C. A Cros- Mr, and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mr
[ the activities of farmer In nor hogs on the highway In front '
For example,, we planted a little 1 with Miss Louise Johns. by. and Mrs. O. W McRae and sons HOWARDOEJIC
Bradford County. Suggestion. may of us! since the law went into II
home orchard and It Is growing j I of and Mrs. John
be Miss Jackie Rouse and :Mary L. Shirley and Sharon Woods Harley and Gary
left
at the
Telegraph office or well, but it too needs at. effect think that of I I
mailed. te Sam McCharvey, fairly We some ]I Andrews entertained with a party Jacksonville are spending a while Schultz and daughter, Mildred,
Lamtey. tentlon. We got in there one the stock that used to of Mr and ,
Florida. graze along Saturday night at Miss Rouse'I'home. i with Miss Janice Conner. were dinner guests:
night after the heat of the day the highway is going to meander Despite all the rain the Mrs. T. N. Norman at Heilbronn|
--- wag gone and cut out most of the back despite all efforts to keep
young folks had a big time. Sunday.
Better late than never u the ing them we have had several days I weeds crowding the trees. Next them where they belong. W.I tSCRIn
the Rev. and Mrs.
I I. Guests of q
sayinggoes, and we finally got I of almost constant rain until our we plan to get In with the tractor PINE LEVEL
in the whole farm (Including us) is soaking and cut up the place and sow it in When visiting Klngsley Lake E. Hall last week included Mrs.Hall's I
planted
Indigo
some hairy seeder wet But the rainy spell (according hairy Indigo. And then fertilize recently we met "T. K." who had SUNNYBROOK By Mrs. IL SI. McRae sisters Mrs. Nora Smith of

back field. Bought a Cyclone : to statistic we have already and spray the trees, and then that just had his boat capsized by a Macon Ga., Mrs. N.. A. Relber otCro.svllJe

for the purpose, and discovered this month had the average will be done (with the, exceptionof wave. Reminds us of our canoeing I I Minn, Wanda CrosbyMr Good attendance was noted at Tenn, Mrs A. R.
it to be a fine device for sowing rainfall) has broken the hot spell, a grape arbor). But that is days when Sam dumped over. the Pine Level Baptist Church revival .
fine seed. Had cut over the field so for that we can be thankful. another lesson we are learning board at least once every season r and Mrs. Pete Parrlah and here last week despite Inclement Mitchell of Macon Ga., and Mrs.T Call
twice previously, and double cut about farming: don't bite off more baby of Webster were visiting the weather. C. Stinson <(If Griffls Ga., and on us for reliable,, (( drac

it again, despite the fact that It Had a delightful picnic with the I than you can chewl! It U easy Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby last The Rev. W. E. Hall was visiting her brother E A. Thornburg of and health need, at HOPthw1Jaivlngs.
a little too wet. Sowed the wed Adult Bible Class of the Presbyterian enough to start a lot of things, week. Rome, Ga.; Mr. and ;Mrs. L. L.
Albert Hudson who is ill at
and did not attenmpt to cover It, Church over at Gold Head but unless you can stay with them NEW RIVERBy I I Mr and Mrs. H. B. Kelly of Miami NAS near Jacksonville Thornburg of Clinton, S. C., Mr. We pride our"lvl'l..a
Hospital
as with the weather bringing: a Branch Park. Hot sizzling steaks you will have wasted your time Mrs E. A. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woods and Mrs. .wm. Guy Hall and the scrupulous
lot of rain, we thought that rain French fries macaroni and che..e.aalad. and money Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Woods Monday. daughter, Virginia Ann, and exaunM shy
would Cover the need sufficiently. soft drinks, coffee, and watermelon and children, of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lewis of granddaughter Jann Philpot, goes Into every single! preicrp.tion ).
Used about fifteen pounds of seed were enjoyed by All. The Still working on rat elimination Bro. Brackman of Lake Butler Mack Woods of St. Augustine Plant City are visiting friends and Jacksonville Beach; Mr and Mrs.lJ. we fill.
for the field which U about two anda park Is a beautiful place for a around our place. Have all our brought the message at Long'were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. relatives !in this vicinity this week.I E. Murrhee and son. Edwa.rd.1
half acres In size Hope that picnic, and when congenial folks feed kept In steel drums so that Bridge Monday night. Despite,Kelly over the weekend. Mr. and Mra A. R. MtRae arrived of Hilliard; Mrs. K. Smallwoodof
we get a good stand, and that it with appetite go- there loaded .they aren't stealing that, but they all the rain and bad roads there I Mrs A. :Moore Mr. and Mrs. home Wednesday after Macon Ga.; Mrs. Lula Lowe I I PHONE 79
goes to seed before frost, as It with good food an enjoyable time mess up the feed house and have were a good many that attended.. Junior Tillman, and Mrs. Tlnk spending several days at East of Atlanta; Jimmy Anderson of Temple Avenue jtorkeiIN py

will volunteer for several years Is the natural. result. j lately even entered our house. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Revlla of Tlllman of Tampa, spent last Beach, Bradford R.I. I Brunswick; Gale Wood eon Tho-J J
we are told. Expect to plant indigo We now usy two different kind Jacksonville spent last Friday week here with relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Connors and mas, Nina Floyd Mrs. Howard)
in several other patches this Getting so now that our animals, of poison (one containing Antu r -
coming week. receive almost as much mall as and the other phosphorous) and .
e I we do. Latest was a missile directed manage to kill off a lot of them

But since planting we have had to "Tops Cherry King" coo| but you've got to get rid of them
enough rain to wash our feed and McGarveys. Letter. was from his all or they'll be right back. When-

practically everything else right former owner Mra. Roberts, who we get our young cats! they oughtto "IIKIIUIIIIUII II Jl/illi
out of the County. Last week we missed the big rascal and was be able to help a lot !
.
had perhaps four or five days with wondering: how he was doing
dally thunder showers, but follow "Red" seems to have settled down Attended a tractor demonstration
now in the Pentagon Building after the other day with a numberof t tI
a few days of breaking through our neighbors Equipment we I
the lectrlc fence and causing a looked at did a good job but we
PHONE 218 general Alarm throughout the have noticed that often the tractor
farm, Including a near battle with demonstration people either are GIIUWG MEXICatl[NDUtimffil/H f'I

COLONIALFLORIST I Leo, our alrdale, who we believe unfamiliar with the equipment or I r rr
would tackle a rogue elephant. So Just simply not skillful in hookingit

we shut Red up, until we can get up, for we have on several occasions
the fence repaired again. Incidentally seen farmers telling Ute

Comfort, the calf, wa tractor people how to hook it up II
the one who busted the electric or make It run. Another thing,
FLOWERSFOR fence And let Red through. Just we think they demonstrate plow-

to complete the chain of circumstances Ing, dieting, mowing, etc., and doa
ALL OCCASIONS an electrical storm had good job until It cornea to bed
blown the fuses on the fence ding up, end then they fall. But
charger, of course the earth was wet that
rii"I: I day and that may have accountedfor

Bought some red and buff colored it. 1111 STOCK CAROUTPERFORMS Y ''

3x6 tile, a bag of cement
and some sand and repaired and Porky, our big sow, and Hen '
DISH GARDENS rletta her daughter as well as
rebuilt our fireplace. First re- the Seven Dwarfs, are all doing .

POTTERY cemented the lining then put II well in the sweet corn field They liii _

POTTED PLANTS veneer of tile on the front of the seem to have pretty :well cleanedIt 131 OTHER CARS
front of the fireplace and then
up and we will have to go over
FLOWERS WIREDANYWIIEI13 built a hearth. Cost of total job: It and see If'there is any feed
bint '8, Result Is IN 2118 MiLE
: a pretty good left But they are not hanging 7
!f looking fireplace, even If we do around the front gate :yelling for r'liii
Nona St Starka My so ourselves. Have one more feed and they seem to be in good PAN-AMERICAN
touch to add to it: want to Imbed'
shape,: so guess they are not
... . going
.- : : three sliver dollars in one of the hungry. One. thing we bqve i'.1;ti t'ar' t d t.

entrally-located tiles, as they I noticed. is' that when, you put a ROAD TEST! '--
will symbolize the name of' our ,elf feeder in the field and put uU
place when we get It in shape to 'meat scraps and minerals in It
''ustlfy a name-the Silver Dollar that the hogs gorge theselves on

Farm. the meat scraps, and you wonder Tbe "Rock .88" it's
how proves really great! OMsmobile'sspectacular
much it Is going to cost (at rp az
Finally got tired of struggling $7.00 a hundred). But after the action star sweeps first place honors in one of .; ,r .t
and fighting with a beaten-up first big stuffing of it, they let up the longest, most hazardous durability tests on record-
\ate leading to our barnyard, and and take only a little at a .time 2,178 miles over the new Pan-American Highway! Ilere's y NNNr11I }.,,iepCp, -
knowing that It was beyond patchIng .
from then on.
undisputed evidence-unmistakable
proof of the
peak
up we built a new one. Madeit .
performance and remarkable endurance built into the L!
of 1 inch lumber, in the conventional Heard that the

4bUPropertyOwnerNeeds brace and pattern covered with It with one cross- went up S3.CO a hundred price of almost hogs yourself"Rocket"-make Oldsmobile date Try with the thrilling"Rocket"Rocket"8" ride .......1 McOriff,/.els.d: Onee,.anon. a wlnniea.. ,. smite. cars.nHr.W,but only 33 tln//.....l MM ng,4 nin. Aid rtrw
a pieceof overnight after your a today! .
the beginning of fN-HUHnahla-M-ta. orrlUZAm .... .... .
field wire fencing Used the the**United Nation war against 1 and !, / she W" lea ,H* ri, .,H, "Ant twwq _? Ol"-obi/.d

old hinges, but used screw In- the Reds. Feeder pigs are bring .

ing a high price now, but we are ?? SEE YOUR NEAREST 0 L D S MO. I DEALER

E going to try to finish off our
wjJ& Sown Dwarfs and Sell them aiNo. ,TOR
ONUS ODE
1's, and think we'll make more CHEVROLET CO.
me
on them that way
,emrciFREE Phone 111
Court & Call Sts. '
'Iarlro Floridariirmnrim
.
And..apeaklng of hogs makes .
WITH us ------- ----
QUININE oriel. look to see how o-.. field of Dixie -ni-- .-. '- -_... -
_
Windstorm 18 is doing. We think that we h
Insurance will have a rather small yield, be-
canoe we did not use enough fertilizer -
Cost is low-Insure Now or aide-dress with soda ..
For '
Prompt FREE Removalof
Most of the stalks have but one s

Dead, Crippled, & Worth.. I ear, and those that have two,

harty'E. Johns less Cattle, Horses, Mules, have as a rule one good-sized ear OU -
and on. "nubbin". We will vouch S/H
CN I -
Agency & Hogs for one thing about Dixie 18, '

rhone IS 8TAKKB FLA. Call 132, StarkeWE though, and that la that it does
not blow down easily. Hope after
ALWAYS COME I saying that we won't be sorry,
.. "
: Florida Renderers FSII K
-.,,.... Just plain don't know what the ,
PUprmrrtlng' THE TRAVELER Hartford INC. heck to do with Cbmfort. She is IIIp
1 -1 J ,1,1t. growing all right but every 80

often .'Ii._. .arts.._._ ._rmn___.._, _end.. ._.,... .u"."' .'." -s-:

't. again change our routine hoping
IZ to keep her from getting too much
rich milk-which we think la the _
cause. Now we are milking first .
.
:"' and leaving only one milker for l ow.COST fr
:
Comfort (we have been leaving u 2 29.
two) and hope that it will clear ,
!' up her trouble, and also we hope, I.\ /,11
ota f9.n
<, N gut her so hungry that she will) I IAT1HE' With t. 1'/

r.ta. r 7 i start to eat feed. .and. graze more. ? HEAT

':'I:. : Well, the chicken. are beginning ". -. ,
"
'*

I I; to feel the strain of high! productiOn w ...."MMtbDK.."+.Nlgpp'r+.......... ... ._, .. ..
r.I.r.. f and have eased off to : : <"""::'*._.)..w._.. (.dJaAM.A: ""-au4M. x_-Ml'">'l(; lJi'n. <.W.,..."_"" 's_M.''-;'p'.,}. !)fq.Y.M+M4LMYW. _..."!"<<_\\1'' 4': ..R
about half their former
output. .
{. We are not surprised, but do hope ",. ,QBOTTIED OPi' AIR IS ? V'/i/ t
that they will resume full ||
production
\
only the FORD TRACTOR has the soon aa the price of feed .. \ -.i 1111 I 1111I O '- {:
.U atm sky high. We have recently ..:" H OT Your house' *. ft J 1,.

by the way, found several miniature !r" '" ',,' like a parked'1car. C a a

egg in the nests. Upon ;',M .. When you get in a parked ...even after F'i:
PROOF-METER Investigation we learned that they ': car..evenwith the sun lOCI down and with the !
--s he
?.' -ll windowf the heal
open
do In windows
not signify anything partitular open siored-up heat in be "'
and are not as commonly ht ," There's a modern"comfort; bake down from the roof and radiates ink and walls keeps he house bot...
i ill i
believed the beginning end .r from the (idea...you feel hot :
or of
a cooling" solution for like a hoc
Wow Standard vlpmint oa cVwy Now Fad Tntttr laying cycle "' .. ,. every' giant water horde 1
;
: f
BUY ON PROOF Instead of Promises! C e 'I I' r ir, .home and budget problem AIR I I IN NOTION 1
,
\ f Freak item; Alice discovered ty. ... \. ...and postwar mass-produo l I' IS t

Why I guest about tractor performance-eW/or_ you buyor while several still zinnia lodged seeds up in the sprouting air in \... ('r.O> ..'f, :: felon prices: are surprisingly I j,;"' YOOIc.aemo.c 'f.:

fjttr you buy Now guesswork it no longer necessary! the seed pod.Kitchen !, ": .:.I, *... ::[ low. If you haven't checked rOO.E your hou...-... >J
t The Ford Tractor Proof-Meter shows l4Ht; .,,, .
| new ;p.rorsaescs, :J ?r.F '; **.!& lately buc..ithamod..
_ffiti** and right before .. .:. < op ,4 "
y tconomy : garden production at 'J" a <, Bui era exhaust faa yen' create eM same

your"eye* on the dashboard. It will all tune.low. Now getting only ,., ..i"H SEE YOUR DEAIEI FOR A fin f"; air soon.eceyoutskeoffdiesweep cools 011'eh.. of fresh effect..hot. stale air ill driven out... 'fe
' to see this PlOOf.MeterYI0111ythcFoNTtactorbuid eggplant and okra but we have ';' N. cu..Md'OU. eooL fresh
ale
'j pay, you : I COMFORT COOLING- SURYEY is drawn m..tfa whole |'
lots of other things planted and .
'J It AC, TO" : .' : i.' house cools off sa *,
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hope that we can get them to produce ,.. 'i' .r call Mr ffitaI(! h
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Dixie Co. Inc.
' Equipment Talked with a neighbor about FLORIDA POWER& LIGHT

Ii' 102. 80. Main tit. OalosevUle, Flak getting a lawn started In front of COMPANY

i ..,..reann.te.war our home, and be said that you
can get a lawn anywhere in Florida

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and Mrs. M. U Tilghman of Gainesville lie Is invited to attend. The Rev. sons Richard and Hughle of Brook. spending several days visiting

Keystone Heights!! BROOKER last weekend. S. E. Sparks of Stark will lead er, and I Mr. and Mrs Ben T. Crosby places.of Interest in south Flori

,/ .. Mr. and :Mrs. C. C. Dee. and the prayer meeting services each and sun Karl of Tampa were da.
*. B.n.. Vicar Bv: Iva I\ll'e Lewis. 1 children of Branford visited Mr. Wednesday: evening. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. II.

| and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Sunday. Futch last Sunday Ray Reddish of Jacksonville .lath
Bible Clarence MeUon, now residingIn
School W. M. S: RallyA Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw and Gainesville, underwent an Mr. and Mra. W. II. Edwards. guest of his grandparent. Mr.
SAia The Vacation son Joe of La Crosse operation Jr. and two
Bible dinner children
were returned
hlElt School now large number of people from In the Alachua County and Mrs V R. Reddish,
being conducted guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. to their home In Atlanta last
by the Community here attended the W M. S. Rally Hospital there recently He will The L. L. Wainwright family of
!I Mann and
I At daughters and Sunday after
The Tabernacle Theney spending several
Church Church has been well attended 1 enjoy visits of his friends. We
which was held at Dedan Baptist Mildred Sunday.Mr. days here with their parents, Mr. Gainesville were visiting relatives)
r-- I by an wish him a speedy recovery.
sunday morning at 11:00? In celebration of the Fourth of enthusiastic group of 50 Church Friday There were three and Mrs. G. B. Colson vurtted \ -I Miss\ Loca Rafuse of Jacksonville and Mrs W. H. Edwards, Sr., here during the weekend.
!! by Pastor Lewis D. July, a group of young people!I: Keystone smaller fry The young- I ministers present: Rev, Donald Mr. and Mrs Resale Colson and was the Sunday guest of her and Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. S. Austin. I Wendell Kelly and Johnny Wall

neMwfll be "Who Touched"and from the Tabernacle--chaperoned sters are following a pnvjram of i Martin of Brooker, Rev C. A children Sunday. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ra- Miss Ada Edwards accompaniedthe are attending 4-H Camp at Cherry *

will\ be from the ""''I by the sponsors and Bible school.uperlntendentattend..d 1 Bible studies and crafts work at Crosby of Starke and Rev.. Earl Rev. and Mrs Donald Martin fuse I Edwards to Atlanta for anf'xtenl'd Lake this week.WELDING.

Christ' The choir under the the youth!j the Woman's Club under the overall Willis of Santa Fe. An Interesting Rev. Barney Andrews, Mrs. Rosa Mr. and Mrs. F. Reynolds of visit with relatives.
MM Mrs. Uiclle Green conference at Lake Swan. They direction of the Reverend J. program was held the Plnholster. Mrs. I* W. Sowell Mrs. Jacksonville were visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest and
by
; bins god Mrs. Mona Canova reported a blessed time. I Ralph Neal. The children will folks and afterwards delicious young I Mattle Barry: Mrs. Nora Sapp and friends hero last week daughter Loraine were business
a
,1 the Hammond during The youth meeting Saturday';' wind up the 10-day school witha dinner was nerved. Everyone enjoyed Rev. and Mrs. W L. Lawhnrn, Mrs. B.'asleVas.Un Is confined visitors In Jacksonville last week)II
Lndav evening at 8:00: night was moat Interesting, hawing -! picnic at Camp Imokalee this the Rally much. I Truby and Lubedla Plnholster, to North Florida Clinic In Starke Dinner guests of Mr. and I III.... .
Hour the plane-organ been prepared and presentedby Friday noon highlighted by a demonstration very all of Brooker attended the fun where she recently underwent an J. P. Wyrtck last Sunday were Mr.
Happy I
L of Mrs. W R. and Mrll.C. one of the younger members of I of snakes and animals. Birthday Honored eral of Rev. W. S. Ware at Providence operation.Mr. Stringer and Miss Julia Ellis. I

Mann will\ leadrthe singing the group. It showed much ser-; At .7:30 this evening the commencement Mrs. T. S. Mann honored her I Cemetery Wednesday afternoon -! and Mrs Horace Cain were students of Stetson University Inj: L

hymns and gospel choruses lots thought and was well rendered exercises will be held 89th birthday anniversary Tues I visiting In Buahnell Sunday. Deland. Mr. Stringer a minis'' I
cled by the congregation. The | at the Woman's Club. day July 4th, with a picnic 'held Mr. and Mrs R F. Guno enjoyed _Mr.-and Mrs. Jennings Starling terial student was the guest' C.
sage by the pastor will be The Sunday morning sermon I Those who have been Invaluablein at Hampton Lake Hostesses were! the 4th of July at Lochlno,...' I. made a business trip to Miami speaker at the First Baptist (V ,

Ie For Supper" a character topic delivered by the sponsor' leading activities have been Mrs her daughters, Misses Mildred and Mrs. Cecil !Moore visited her' Wednesday.Mr Church her both morning and : ,. .

liy mra age. The girls' puarte was "Lameness of Body Vs. Leanness Huntley Redfearn Mrs. R. U Theney Mann. The birthday cake I I brother. W. W Raborn of Jacksonville -I' and Mrs. Clyde Strickland, evening
| will l sing> of Soul," showing how sev-, Walker, Mrs. Roy Vickers Mrs. was Iced In white, decorated with l) last week and children of Nichols were vlsit- Miss Linda Carradln of Tampa Wo offer the people of Stark
'
School meets at 9:43: eral great men, though crippled Albert Nelson. Mrs. Rushton Mrs. pink trimmings with white candles O.V.. Hazen, accompanied by Ing relatives here over the week-' Is visiting her grandmother Mrs
sunday Hall Mrs. "Chuck" Newman In blue holders Those who; his 'lend. B. Oriff Is.
with departments and clauses physically were able to accomplIsh -[ the,' grandson Donald Haxen of and vicinity one of the mot
[' E. C Man Jr. ia mighty things because of Misses Nancy Hunt and Jean, enjoyed this affair with Mrs. Plant City, returned home hereafter Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnny Mrs. Fayte Redd and children
ntcndent.all ages. Training Undone their broad vision and spiritual I Neal, and crafts assistant Edwin Mann were, her husband; Mr. and spending a few days with and children spent the Fourth ot Felman and Wayne of Macon. Ga., modern and finest equipped

Rtter at 6:45: Pmwlth a period outlook, while leanness of soul "Plg alls" Seyle. Mrs Fred Shaw and children his son and family, Mr. and Mrs.E. July In Daytona Beach visiting are visiting Mrs. Redd's parents,
fellowship and Inaplratlon. handicaps the most physically fit r Carolyn and Fredy of Sanderson;r J. Hazen, of Plant City I friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips.Mr. welding shop anywhere
] Is held Wed for Christian service. / New Rotary Officer Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shaw and Mr H. S. Hagen of Center Hill visit- Miss Ella Ma. Minnie and and Mrs. B. W. Tucker All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S
Id-week[ Service New. and Mrs D. I Shaw of La Crosae ed Louise Altaian of Andrews, S.C.. I
with the Friday evening July 14th at officers of the Keystone ; Mr. and Mrs. R. E.. Ha.en and and children of Fernandina were
day at T:30: study p.m. of the Book pas-of 8 p.m., the Southeastern Bible)I Heights Rotary Club took over Roy Green, Mr. and Mrs. J. A'j children Sunday were visiting Mr. and Mrs Carl the weekend! guests of Mrs. Tuck GARAGEAND
f leading In School team of Birmingham, Ala., last Friday. Wielding the gavelfor Parker and son. Danny of Meed Lewis visited relatives at Jones Sunday. er's mother Mrs. Leona Edwards,
halation. Is extended, will be present for a service Leon the coming year Is Albert er; Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann and Starke last week. Mrs. Kate Starling spent the and brother Carl Edwards. MACHINE SHOP
L cordial invitation Nelson; S. E. McKay becomes children Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Shaw A number of 4-H club boys are past two weeks la Bell visiting
Mayor
Gillespie will bring the and Mrs. o. J. Anders Tea Ave. Stark
In these worship sr-
I all Join message' vice-president; E. T. Martin secretary and nelce Evelyn of Ziff Section. enjoying a vacation this week at relatives.LAWTEY. and
the church of the alngr- and there will be Inspiring music eon Billy, returned to their
at
*I and ; and Huntley Redfearn. I Cherry Lake. home here last
stimulating testimonies. Don't Home Demonstration Club Meeting Tuesday after
<
r tower. this treasurer. A number of membersare Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner of
miss meeting. I The regular monthly meeting of
planning to attend the district Pine Level visited relatives her

Jethodi'st Church ,I St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday I assembly at Marianna July 16-17 the held Home at the Demonstration Community Club Center was'! Saturday.! II! ALVAREZ'' Men's Clothing
at which S. E. McKay Is scheduledto U. < Parker and two daughter IEl STORE
Thursday afternoon. Miss Dorothy'I L. II. Flitch
Established 1894
Methodist church of
First and
lie services at St. Mark's address the group on "Mr. Shirley Glenda, were In Gainesville
"ke cordially Invites everyone Episcopal Church include holy I Secretary, the Job Is Yours." gave Instruction on making shopping Thursday. I
( worship services Sunday. communion at 8:00: a.m., and I I plastic wallets. The business Doyle Conner of Pine Level attended Vacation Bible School '
friie church school .hour begins morning prayer and sermon by Bunlnefut GoodKeystone meeting was conducted by Mrs. services held her at the The Vacation Bible School at 1

19.45: : a.m. Sunday morning andLre the vicar at 11:00: a.m. I Heights Is enjoyingone H. B. Crosby. Plans were made; j Baptist Church Sunday. the Methodist Church this weekIs R B TRANSFER.AND
for ALVAREZ ,
screening the rooms Mrs I &SON
class for John Mott of Ralford visited well attended even though the
Is a every age. The church Is open dally for of Its best summers. Owners T. W, I STORAGE CO. :
| the eleven o'clock worship serif prayer and meditation. of local accommodations report Markey was appointed his: mother, Mrs. Bannle Mott weather Is rainy and the roads are ,
the Rev. Thomas O. :Mitchell/ that reservations are higher than committee, chairman to get this! Sunday. almost Impassable In some places. I
CATHOLIC CirURCIl work done. Miss Ross will meet Lloyd and Wilbur Some children are In We operate local
jstor, will speak on the subject, ever before. Building continues Barry son. thirty-five
!" The Meth- Sunday Mass 9:13 with the ladles here again Friday were In Gainesville attendance. I .ss
firlst Seeks You : a.m.,", In the community;. a new super Monday.GRAHAM dally .. A long distanceanywhere
School afternoon July 14th at 1:30: p.m i Mrs. W. T. Walters, the prin' /er<
5t choir under the direction of Sunday 11 a.m. market Is being/ erected on Law-
I qOYlti In U. 8.
s. Jeannette KIncaid will sing Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. rence Boulevard by Dr. E. Clark-i'I for work consisting of making I cipal. I Is assisted by Mrs II. E. ,

beloved anthem "Thy Pert day I son of Jacksonville The latestto plastic wallet stencils etc. AM! Priest, Mrs. W. H. Edwards. Mrs. 5t>> EXCELLENT:

(t Day" by Peter Marshall. Mrs.K. Bible Study Is every Wednes-. start new homes are Mr. and ladles interested please attend I j i H. C. Wainwright, Mri. O. W.
Perryman Is the church lay at 7:43CHURCH : Mrs. E.Altman on East Lakevlewi early. By Mrs. John McKinney Roberts and Mrs I* It. Futch. STORAGE <

1st. At the evening worship Boulevard. Others who plan to I,|! Mr. and Mrs. Runnel! Hewitt of The School closes today (Friday -,
OF GOD
Ice at 8 p.m. the. Methodist build shortly are Dr. Harold Newlns Dukes accompanied by Mrs. Rets'' ) with commencement exercises -: FACILITIES
uth Fellowship Choir will sing, 8th &: St. Clair Sts. of the School) of Forestry Un-I I Anderews of Jacksonville, visit-' Graham Raptlnl Church at eight o'clock at the church. Agents ForDelcher
"Tension and Peace"" will be -
d I the pastor will speak on theme Sunday School 10 a.m. iversity of Florida S. E. McKay!led Mr. and Mrs. T. W, Markey) Pastor Robert I Perkins' The children will display the work rl
| "Hurdles on the Road to Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. A. E. Anthony, C. E. Mitchell Sunday afternoon subject they have done at this time. The See first I

litlanity" (I Corinthians 9:24: Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m. and William Morrison who recent-I I 1 I Mrs. Reta Andrews of Jackson-1( ;Baptist Sunday church.evening The at the Graham will public Is cordially Invited, to at us
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 sermon Bros.
t. p.m. Iv bought a lot on Lake Keystone. ville Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. :be one of consolation In this time tend.Mr. ,
I The senior and Intermediate Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. Paul Tyre Is well In the lead having M. Mott this week. I I'I of International strife. The pub and Mrs. II. B. and '1'

Ithodlut Youth Fellowships meet CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST already broken ground for ''I Mrs. H. It. Hiers and two small -- Crosby

nday evening at 7 p.m. and also OF LATTER DAY SAINTS his home. daughters visited part of last ,
|ve a "Fellowship Hour" In the The Church of Jesus Christ of New home owners who have week with her mother In Jacksonville Cart I?, Yalu.

rational building following the the Latter Day Saints (:Mormon recently held house warmings Include first of the
nlng church service. "Youth Church) holds services each Sun Miss Gladys Tlllls and Mr.i!:j I We are sorry that Mrs. John

ght" Is held every Thursday day in the usa building on North and Mrs. Altre4 J Watson whose' Cone Is a patient In Alachua

ning from 7:30: to 9:30.A : Temple Avenue as follows: new residences are located on, County Hospital Gainesville\ We

| itory hour and game period 10:00: a.m.: Sunday School. Lakevlew Drive j'I j I wish her a speedy recovery
r children between the ages of 6:30: p.m.: Sacrament service. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weeks Mr.I I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green 'and

land 12 Is held every,Wednesday The public is cordially Invited I Ic and Mrs. Hensley, and Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Harrell visited their 'J,
['ruing from 10 to 11. All chits '- attend all services.PENTECOSTAL Mrs. Floyd Bayless have recently, mother, Mrs. John Cone, who Is .,.. ,
are welcome. moved to Keystone Heights to a patient In Alachua County hoaIpltal. -

|The public. I Is coidtaUylwlted< HOLINESS make their homes, .. j j( Gainesville, Sunday. "
attend he mid-week prayer IOU St. and Temple Ave. ]f Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Baxter; Were
ting on Wednesday evening, at Sunday School 9:43: : a. m.; MornIng Among those of the Keystone In Gainesville on business Satur
f'1. The Bible study is centered Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic younger set who are vacationingat day. 5.L

l month on "The Favorite Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone home in one :way or another| Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pate left i

Mm*.' welcome this summer before their college;, last Friday to spend a few days

-- ------ fall semesters begin are Barbara ,I with relatives In Jacksonville.
Denmark Anne Wiggins! Kay I Mrs Reta Brown of High Springs'
Beall. Bill Derr.ery, Bill Reynolds, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott
HEAR PASTOR BOB GRAY and Dale Slpel' lle. I Wednesday.Mr. i
Donald Ellis recently graduatedfrom and Mrs. T. W. Msrkey and

Sunday at,8:00 p.m. discuss Millsaps College, Jackson, Mrs. Mattie Sowell visited Mr.
Mississippi, Is staying with his and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Dukes

-- 7e oneaac. 3fJa' 11e 4e ieoa folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis Tuesday afternoon July 4th. 'ff,9ur7metabJe
this summer. Misses Geneva Stokes and Shirley /

-' Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas Is recuperating I Parker were In Gainesville Fri. one ;
8t&e 't at home after a short stay day,. This t
I
in the North Florida Clinic, Starke..I Mrs. T. W. Markey was united
Dr. Frank Slaughter contemp- with the Primitive Baptist Churchat '
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,. Hampton orary writer of best sellers and New Hop by baptism last Sun- M 11 11UF

noted lecturer, has opened his
Keystone Heights home for the day.Mrs.. Rosa Ptnholeter visited .
I I
summer Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green of Gainesville .
Bible Schooll0 a.m. B.T.U. at 7 p.m. Mrs. Ivan Bernkopf of Keystone Monday.

Heights and Wellsboro,| Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Long and
Pennsylvania, recently visited I daughter, Billy Ann of Columbus course you recognize it. foot-modoo and maximum of him by eager buyers-to put you

Europe sailing In the Ile de France Oa.. visited Mr. and Mrs. G. B. timesaving? behind a UOADMASTBR wheel.tour .
May 20 and returning on the Queen Colson Monday. Who doesn't know that those
Rer. Lewis D. Haines Pastor Mary July 1st. Friends In Key-I A Vocational Bible School begins VentiporM, that graceful Ever known the good feel of a Why not see him now-to find out

stone Heights received greetings at Dedan Baptist Church of fender-chrome mark light and easy wheel swinging what's finest in today's fine cars

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeJefferson from Mr. Bernkopf her during, who her stayed visit In In Rome.the next attend.week. Everyone Is Invitedto weep IOADMASTER-best of all the almost at a finger's touch- the and how little it takes to buy one? '.

,
lift in big 152-hp
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town States, writes that he recently I I Mrs. R. R. Carlton Mrs. Lloyd Buickf, unquestioned "big buy"of soul-satisfying a
attended the current hit "Gentlemen Dyal Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott. the fine-car field? Fireball engine just waiting& for the
PHONES: ,Office 234 Pastorium 130 Prefer Blondes" at the Zelg- Miss Mary Mott and Mrs. Mattie release your toe-pressure gives it? 0111 BUICIC
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feld Theater In New York where Sowell attended the Mott reunion But have you tried it? .

SUNDAY SERMONS:.. 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. Mrs. Bernkopfs son. Richard which .was held at the home' of Ever *
Buick
that famous I'J-
sampled _,,___.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P.M. I Smith, is stage manager. Her Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Connely of Have you matched this sweet.. -.,..
other son Oliver Smith, Is en- Ocala Sunday. rlde-.lteadY. level I, unperturbed
3IID[ -WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY; 7:30 P.M. gaged In the production of "Bal-l| R. R. Carlton visited In Stuart stepping bonny against the tall t with the special gentleness of sad *,!& H troeare
.
-- r rr. let Theater" now running at the and point. south last weekend. huh, and the call of the Itraight10
all wheels
coil four
springs on : ,, xfoNlt.cowraruroN/a.e.Irefra i
11:00 a.m. Subject: "Who Touched Me?" Center Theater, Rockefeller Center -I, Mrs. R. J. Waters visited her. away? sweetly) restful in both front and '. ..."cod f.."' In ,,,,.. seern t/ 'N...
New York. brother, L> B. Crosby of Greene.bpro r 263.eSln.' '"**""""'.'.I MW.
8:00 p.m. Subject: "Late for Supper" Miss Ann Walrath Is visiting last week. Ever tooled it across town-and rear seats? sum .,.,UNO..I''MU&r.ouAao .
with her mother's relatives In.. her how [) //I quick surge ,...,, .. '
visited' ow.
-ST ei ,, j Mrs. N. C. Mott seen yna -.P.'OUIl''f rI "
,1p i m r f m- There's no reason, really, towait hd" ... ; ;
"ou:
Michigan. I daughter, Mrs. Hershel Layfleldof and smooth take-off slip you /11"'U/ '
A Friendly Invitation From A Mrs. Fran Morgan 'la spending Gainesville Thursday of last traffic with minimum of !longer for such satisfyingexperience r"urr. .I"up reed ..I.e. vote
New through 60dt '
a month with relatives In .A'IIC.HANDr
friendly. Church All week. SIX 1, ha _..(/ /. ,,
Is Extended To Jersey. I Mrs. Fred Connely of West ?, /?, ?,.,.,
r p.rting end
:=!I Colonel John McDowell will __"Inll. ,hart *,,?,?,
Simmons
Jack
Palm Beach Mrs.
,04Ie1 .
There's *' WIDf
Buick dealer near UM *,*.
return to Keystone Heights about of Montloch. Mrs. Hershel Lay ; a Leo,..it fft- ..1., .
SOFT
August let and will occupy the field and children of Osinesvllle you. He delights in showing oil .101 from a/l/ ..11.po,nIl I?,, IUICK Sol.,,. ,'
home of Dr. J. Ralph Neal. \ visited Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott ){OADMAST B R. hell arrange .1'. ,....."' .'it.lrI."GO Friends of Mrs. Ella Bird will Tuesday July 4th. j unless all his demonstration cars ., "': '".' "" WIDI ASSAY 0'
be pleased to know she Is recovering Miss Eliza Dukes of Dukes visited MODI21.rn talc r//,"?.
at North Florida Clinic. after have been snatched away from -- _.
Mrs. H. P. Galney Sunday AD.A"' 'i* .__
Starke, and hopes to be home soon. -.Drw-..........-

DUTIES noon.Mrs.. O. W. Barry visited her
IW M HtUIIVI.TAIttO.SIC N.h..ri.awry**.*/w..rne.
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
conscientiously performed with modesty FAST RELIEF from Mrs. J. E. Hardy of Starke last a Yaw oases 1.,

of expense and lessening of weekend.
-" PRICKLY HEAT Mimes Dean Atkinson and Helen coal-iverroerrat7xr

Service have won for us an enduring DIAPER RASH Barry were In Starke shopping 'This n.8, ,eJ front end(I) ",f fte +,t*..*.. Boadmaster

I regard in the communities which we Friday afternoon. ((3) mm M npair corf,- erftW .ban. ere Suick
CHAFINGITCHINGTIRED Mr. and Mrs W. H. Hicks and MdM.......ft1.-",.,,((3)) ev"Wa /edba5onr4lntap.'ta
serve. SORE FEET Mrs. Wilson Russ and children and go,4nnew.Green.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polk

Med c"ed LYCO.SO-AOL and family of Trenton Sunday.! ...
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_, It
DeWITT C. JONES pvrs. .meting telkf. promptly Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jones and )

"", prkWy hat d..po' son Bobby are spending a few days
Phone 7 Starke F1a.Funeral rob clitfuif, icckinf. Ind
and stster-ln-law
his brother
J mm ether minor; akin i,rrt.iioii,. with
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jones of Buick
duaolrs. clef the pont, .bun Company
er
Director Ambulance Service LIon roe Donaldsonvlll, Ga. (1? .
Our ...". ... eh. ..iai""a; e.oi..lmtmuothnes. and ,
W. Doves
local funeral home enable us to offer conveniences. and U-d. kpl.t .doctors and 1001 Mr. and Mrs. O. at Jackonvllle .
luccmfully i<* .'.* at ,""". children visited friends
services not otherwU available.
and enjoyed a .
Sunday
-- r Make your>c.kin your happy cI.,...today.__ Tewbxk Get tTCO'BOROL usenet visit to the zoo 225 Temple Ave. Phone 226 Starke, Florida

furnish if ymirs nee completely ".;.f..... Mr. and Mrs. edgar: Wilkinson i'i
wRe the hleh.at'' type service at lowest price., and of Starke visited her parents. Mr.

apt M r life Insurance t Waned by ANY ........ .. ..... ... .
c< Policy In fore*. and Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday. _,_ 9' f. ,_ WIW Milt AUTOMOIILU AtlWiT IUICIC WIlL IUliO THiM ii =r. '"', BTOIJUL
anP nf. as payment la part or In full on a funeral. Mrs. R. R. Carlton visited Mr.

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PAOli: BRADFORD COUNT TrtEORArH STAB1UE.' FLORIDA Fa
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-- Matthews, county treasurer, were Rev. L. Gillaspie !! Welfare Grants Totaled $36,271 In June, Notice I I. hereby glen that Is ouch tin -'II.*s*

It Was BudgetTlme I proved.examined The found script correct turned and over ap-tc At Tabernacle But Will Be Less This Month, Sparks Says I of 80ld Flradlord at publlcr' State.u..tlon of on Florida the bt, tu day pay of Auqunt foliowln.tha t9Ge de.rrl6., at rit 4y 14.
to "" """. :
II the board by the treasurer waf .. edv.rtlelnR.oppo.R. ? together with:: 'US1 ,.ii Vi'unwrlpflnM
T
Public :welfare grants totalled of the individual in need-those ".. "'*.
books T.
canceled on the auditor's R. A" .
) Back In 1897 Also I and destroyed. ;; 1 of persons seeking and. being a$36,271.81 costs that are recognized by the awls g A of In SB HW Cur A+ of of JIWM SWVi A 0WM
r In Bradford State Welfare Board. His income
In June
The order fixing the standard of : or 5W3) 8 T 20 II _
valuation at $1 per acre for wild R '''I'IIl 'I county, but, many of these receiving If any, is subtracted from the total NW'4ofNWy.Ex1.iNof *""r Ica'',, T "' Oil"
standard II., .." old age and blind 'assistance and the difference Is the "budge-
lands rescinded and the Ry 17 T
was ZO
Now that the time for budget- have removed from the county jail S. E. be madeto 38 Amen ? '
will receive less In July, Rev. tary deficit. Grants can '" ,
la the and tc placed at $1.25: per acre. 10 A W Mllu, 01)ut 1
making upon county again all water pipes and sinks Welfare to max N34ofLotIEx
Sparks, member District 3 the aged and blind up a
and
It .la Interesting to drive back Into have placed In each cell galvanIzed The board then adjourned organized Ry 18 T zo 18 Amerlennr
and for
Board said this week. imum of $50 per month, Ton"
board of MIDI.
the file and discover the as a equalization 1 on
to have
buckets ?
Telegrapb the jailor
1 Because State taxes have not children to .J
tc needy dependent up Jt
In session from
that D3 years ago the men charged /work of cleaning: the jail done by continuing day I I for Tax "'k1t1.Lr,"_t" .
treas-
until their work was completed been pouring Into the State $27 for the first child and $18 "r
with the duty of steering thecounty' the prisoners confined therein. day nt Urad r 'rl '
Friday, July 9th, when the as- ury In sufficient amounts to meet each additional child within a 'uuntr.
of state
ship were
: struggling Commissioner J. B. Crews was .
with the self same aesnment was found to be as fol- I, full appropriations made by the single! family group.
problemat appointed a committee to notify lows: legislature, only 90 percent of appropriated By using the same percentagebase !
I
this time of year the lessees of the county convicts Real Estate $785.006 funds is being releasedby those most In need are" cut See Your '
"Ttv Telegraph's laaue of July 18, that are required\ to have the I I Jeweler's
they Personal 314,, 80 J. the State Budget Commission less than those needing .less Rev. Wi
281 .curried the following; item: convicts In their charge guarded R.R. & Telegraph 442,371 I I for the first three months of the Sparks said. If a needy blind or

('(){TNTY'SOI.S'S while at work and to confine or Total 1,542,427The : ed new fiscal year beginning July 1. elderly person's "budgetary 'defi-
have them quartered at night to The State Welfare Board has cit" amounts to $100 month, on
:.Troi.fiMlInK: of thocIJllrn..d Sensioo board then proceeded to per Now!
of the ConunlHMlonem prevent escape.It make the following assessment: k : for most of the current fiscal year the basis of the reduction he needs
was ordered that S. B. Den General Fund\ 3.00 mills\ i1L: met full grants of those In need up $82, but since the maximum I ie
The board of county commissioner mark, sheriff be paid $27.90, mon School Fund 4.7 mills to the maximum allowed by law $50, that is all he can be granted.

convened Wednesday July 7thas' ey advanced by.hlm tn recapturingthe Bond Fund 1.25 mill*' I and rules and regulations, Rev. If his budgetary deficit Is $50, 'he I/e is showing

a board of commissioners and prisoner who escaped from Roads &: Bridges .1$ mills I Sparks pointed out. The numberof will receive 82 percent of that,,:or proof that lie ;i3 III

transacted the following: business: the county jail. f Fine &: Forfeiture 1.00 mill Rev. Leon Gillaspie, instructorin persons seeking and being granted $41. AUTHORIZED BULOVA D1S
Total for County 10.75 mills I assistance la constantly rising, For dependent children, the bud-
'Thfl sheriff was Instructed tc The quarterly reports of E. S. Apologetics at the Southeastern. TRIBUTOR.
State Tax 0.23 mills so that on the basis of 90 percentof getary deficit la more often beyondthe
Bible School, Birmingham, Ala.,
;-j" ::: r= -j :--.. "I :-- ::::;:j t-: =:::.j Total State & County 16 mills, and other talent from the school i. appropriations, all the needs of maximum that can be grantedand
Iiiiiiiiiij The trustees of school sub-dis- those receiving assistance cannotbe since funds for that programare

i i" in.fIll.nrft, +ilIII! I "+IIIO Ilillnlllllllllxlll, .. I II tricts NOB. 1,2. and 2.0 having filed will Gospel be heard Tabernacle at the in Fundamental Starke on I i met. curtailed too. a deeper percentage Only AUTHORIZED DEALERS will

estimates of expenses for the ensuing 14 8 The I Reductions were made In" grantsfor cut has been made. Needy
j' Friday July at p.m. in this BULOVA
school year and asked for a accordion and other instruments needy 'dependent children in children are beinggranted 66 per part new display!

I The Finish special levy, the following levy will be featured In this musical May, and that same percentage,"of cent of their budgetary needs with
I Family ,was made; treat. 63 percent of the "budgetary deficit in the legal maximum; ; See Our Selection{Beautiful Kings, Dk

Hampton Sub-dist. No. 2. 3 mills ." la to be continued. In i Both Rev. Sparks and Emmet Sets-Large, Beautiful Selection
II Pine Hill Sub-dist. No. 20, 3 mills April, cuts were made In the aged Safay; Jacksonville chairman of Of B
IBlllilH HIIHIII tlllllll IIIIIIIIMmijBIHHIIUUlWIHIItt lUI/ H pGIs It was ordered that a tax of 50 Air Force Seeking l i and blind assistance programs, : the State Welfare Board have expressed -| Watches Now On Display At

I I per cent be levied upon the state Volunteers From but were restored In May. They I regret at the need for reducing -
you waiih and Iron for family for a a little asS 2.78
your per
,
occupational and professional tax will go into effect again In July, the grants to needy chil-
week? for county purposes for the year Reserve ComponentsThe on the basis of 82 !percent of "bud- dren, blind, and aged. However, Gem
1897. getary deficit. they have said that It was gratifying Jewelry
I oat tif on. hmiilrml mill .."..,,. *>!.. k..dl.. .f PAMIf.lT KIMMHrkrkit I The board adJorned untif the Air Force Is seeking volun- The budgetary deficit Rev. that grants could be paid In
Into our plmtt I..t wrrfc, ,... ....."ar' Nat P" fc..*l. was
..7M. Of rerr.r. that d..p.ad. .. tk. .!I.. at r.or (...11,. rod <.. first Monday In August. teers from its actlvt reserve com Sparks explained Is determined by full through most of the year since ED SIMPSONSeaboard
..wbnr .., r4oRM per ....... Anwevn .t :Mitt Me 'b... p... NMI_ W. Weeks, ponents to fill vacancies and increase all the basic 1, 1949..
...... and N. p... ,.. oe ,.... flat ..work f.a cane a. wr..n"' W.IRk", erk adding living costs July .
{ r <1r.... ..r a ...I.t nail ... cabal nm'r. airriliia; for poor 2Oe./ All I Irlolk and Auditor Its military personnel. It Railway Watch In
mrrmllr rhn-k.... ....d'.d. mid ........ f. r...> ...d,. to ... I I was stated today by M/Sgt. Mane "(peitor
rod to wear lour krttrr rlncha ... I with experience aircraft and
p.rl....nt Mud "Klv' .. .I*...|.| ........... I .......1. for .UM t n.tly kivndle whoa r*>.r rlotkn uro Im our .nra. tVV oro I valuations given above with those the Army and Air ,Force In 1 i
.... '
..
( Inured pap nil r.a..a.bl.> .1.1. II operators, communications personnel deeds recorded In the
existing at present In the county: Starke and surrounding ,territory
Real Estate Airmen who [ armament specialists and med courthouse 'were: H4/'O WlICCI1S&7dlfT
are
ar l Ina.drp.nl dIp rleaning vrorrlea/ are over* when TO* try *>arFAMILY presently real personnel. As with officer ,
(non exempt) $2,329,820 signed to a Reserve unit should Mr. and Mrs. Acey H. Perry ..
I FINISH SERVICECall I II Homesteads &: other real est. through their up'it commander j I airmen requirments are ,also a smaller required number In other o f I of Hampton to Edith I. and Eugene "'A1
II
(tax exempt) 3,276,430 apply for recall to active duty I V. Chason of Hampton. Tract
28-.I and uk for our route safc-nman to call USAF general' fields I
fur freeplrk
on you Personal '
1,133,705 while those who have''Jeperl land the
CI! Officers Qf in NE quarter of the J1
I up and delivery service. R.R. & Telegraph' 870,760 as former members of the Air' I NVitional of the Reserve and Alt SE quarter of sec. 29, twp. T' S, Thr1
I
\IGuard desiring I'ecanunde.
Total 7,610,745 Force but who are not active In the .. range 22 E.
The gain In values over this 53- civilian cpmponent of the Air I these provisions should make '
application for active duty tc Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Swartz of
year period is even more pronounced Force should reenlist by making the Commanding General of the Duval! County, to J. S. Eunice,
I Starke Cleaners when it Is remembered application at the Starke Army I' I
I IL .
Dry & numbered Air Force in the United .
Laundry
that Bradford County In 1897 also Air Force Recruiting Station, lo States which is. of Lawtey. Lots 49 and 56
included the area that now comprises cated In Post Office Building currently Is in ''ot sec. 11 twp. S S, range 22 E.
....1.. charge of their
A Wrmlmlm Smllh records.
| Union County. Wednesday and ;
Thursday of each
Phone 28-J Free Pick Up t'lJveryStarke, Florida I IB Likewise a study of the tax week 10 a.m. to noon. t,

L mlllages of 53 years ago ai compared AIrmen reservists and prior Tentative BudgetTo ;

HHH H55S5S9! --- -BH55HS59 C55-5HT "nntrA.t with .today show some markIt service portunity Airmen under will this have an 'op Be ConsideredBy COMING SOON Pa r.. ; ;i;
-- program to C.
It-i Is noted; that the total stateand accept tours of duty for one, three, CommissionersThe I

county levy in 1897 was 16 four or six yeara or' for an" Indefinite O/B
mills.' The total county levy (Including period. Reserve officers Board of County Commissioners 7%,?/Mft

schools) was only 10.73 will be accepted for a one 'year will begin work on Its tentative .
: 1' mills. tour of duty.Personnel -- budget for the new year at

j ... Today, there Is no state ad val going on duty for e a special meeting to be held here 10- '
orem tax, but the Monday, July 17. nil. pJ1,01/tl 5
> i it county levy (including one-year period may be separated, WoMt
: schools) has mounted to if the International situation permits Also at this meeting the Board
1 256 mills. prior to will hear complaints and receive Cy.ISANIL MACPNIRONI..a.4
completing their : .ed h..h InIn
r The lack of roads back In those I I tours of duty. testimony as to the value of any ,.r..enl s.na. .aie :x

a r 4 days Is evidenced by the fact that The Air Force will give special property, real, personal, or Intang ..... 1 U r
r I only three-fourths of consideration Ible, as fixed on the 1950 assessment -
mill
I levied for a was to recalling thor roll. "lint. It w.. ,........ UJ""!
; the road and bridge officers and airmen who have I.. ....,.. .. 4OO.. i
0I' >t1.fo fund In 1897. Today this fund re- recently been separated from'the' All persons owning property sub 110O._ p...... ., pie
't 0 u a ,1.5"1 quires a t.3mlll_ levy.; service or who have maintained'I ject to assessment In. Bradford a./l4 ... t..4 3, W .
.,.'t
J IA'-' 52.95 Monday the county commissioner. skill by similar civilian Job exper this meeting to make such com- .." 1 PAY.
.
1 '' nd foment t will once again begin their annual ience.. plaints or to give such testimony ,al,r'. Difrtl, Vt1I
< a :: e ut'k.1 job of approving the assessment All of the United States Air as to value of their property as M.y 144...... CrJL 01,
'tbr\\linC :: \t4\l fixing the various they /
0 iwla"hale mlllages, and Force recall to active may desire.Catherine .
2 \0 will
duty
slat bt. t Tnelud: \\C 4'Dr.:'btu t.b. auia; 0-01 gl.tl JMWO14 +ti the whipping new fiscal into shape year. a budget for/I be on a voluntary baala.I t,.P..e..... D....,...,mr. f"ARMALL-TlME-pItOVe FOR, 'IMPROVED FAFanu

ti x The officer accepted for active Gainey
Wad ;.tornilaht'jeel ltelwilnL I
'
i\\'C.

..,.n4 ).A\.mi BgdmiflolS onei"as 11 tilt iCord Lovett's To Close duty Guard will be officers Reserve and or Air the National airmen.I Is WAC Recruit : PARK Theatre ". Home & Auto Supply (

.\ "ia have
.\c. tc.yhW .eclti. prior Air of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey
to For
way 0 \ / Remodelling Force service. Both officers and. of route 1, box 83-C, Starke, join-
old lun.-
teat 'OU. airmen eligible for recall should ed the Women's
"
N
inn.r I.'.......1.. poll at At TIOAg1/at1'R. Ernest" Phillips, manager of the have certain special military skills (WAC) of the United Auxiliary States Corps .

r.r fed UNO "USoal local Lovett's, announces that the currently required by the Air on June 23 and Is now stationedat Army .k.a't
t\O store will be closed Monday, Tues Force. the WAC /
day, Wednesday, and Thursday, Training Center t
r July 17. 18. 19, 20, for the Greatest current need for officer Fort Lee, Va.
tytr":: purposeof Is for those In the Miss ieo
amx :> Installing\ a modern food de- Reserve or Air Gainey who was graduated .5 M/
partment store. National Guard who have been from Bradford high school this
trained as navigators, bombardiers spring with the class of 119a
; 1950. you
: 0 Floor space In the new Lovett's $
will be doubled and Manager Phillips communications, raido and radar writes that she enjoys ,her work N AV
states that It will have all the specialists; medical and dental very much and that she expects

*."[_ f > BIa.,D.vl. and tka N.... M... W..... sad Frl. Tile' p... advantages and features of a big armament officers, weather,officers.specialist and for to remain about three at the months.Training Center

.vre \*Pint. fMHI om r... dlol.TTortb super market. Among the new 'There Is also a Her address is
departments being added requirement for Ret. Catherine
are:
a
Temple Avenue -. Telephone 147-J Stark, ha.a complete frozen foods department, moat other categories of Air Force. D. Gainey. Co. B, 1st Bn., 2004 "" .....:... "" .,.,.,..,
a self-service dairy department, a smaller number of officers In ASU WAC Tng. Cen., Fort Lee,
a health and beauty aids department assignments.The Va.

and an enlarged candy de- Air Force may have a later
partment. The produce department requirement for additional pilots r

,',", and meat department will However for the present It Is plan. I HOW YOU CAN ffABIGNEWDODI 0 0xl
.",-- both be enlarged and modernized. ned to meet the Immediate pilot W.C.T.U.
I Fresh fruits and vegetables will augmentation by returning to fly. ,
/" 1: be displayed on real tee. log status those pilots :ZF'
',",'""',,,, recently ABSTINENCE IS TIlE AN. ,:
a Everything possible Is being converted to ground duties due .to EWER FOR MORE "WIIOLESOME

:e: r done for the convenience and com budgetary restrictions. LIVING. .

I fort of the shopper, Phillips laid Airmen whose specialties an (FLORIDA GOOD NEWS)
New type shopping cart* will bused < currently required Include those I
:HDr ATm At/0 SOAP/ and a more modern cooling

..... system Is being installed '
I
The store will reopen Friday, FOR MUCH LESS THAN YOU THINK!
July 21, In Its modernized .
CCd WWrt Ootfus VRfflSl,bkxd Ooliws+ l quarters. enlarged If Your Roof Leaks YES. S minutes behind the wheel of tod...,.'. big Dndte'
t "
It not
tai
Uke
*>. H The heads of to prove you could pay 1,000 more
;. .. departments In the get all Dodge gives ,oul I
4 F store will remain as at present: DON'T CUSS SEE US! 4 New Dodge modela Iirecordbreaking '
THI Ii d s IS'AMOUS D. E. Crews, produce manager; volume are, rolling and we.ff can the aware production you .."; '

Dan Johnson, market manager; livery on your favorite model.
\\ sdngtiouse AWOIIA1I WASHII WIlli 111I and Helen Glasgow and Vernestln \ Se ,
why put 08 enjoying Dodge extra room .n.l 'Inln!: '

.... Cox, cashiers. No:Leak Bldg. & Asbestos Siding Co. / \/ fort,amoothnma the fleshing emnld performance Drivel of Your the present big "G..I.\w ear. sill p.1 1Ibe ..bOIOi.,

'Father Of The Bride' more than cover the down payment: sod terms wru

Wit! Starke, Florida r-ev covIJ pay ,000 aeon sad eel Jell"
Is Popular] Film Plu Ul 35 ....., eIeII_g .ed'-'". ..-
I \ Coming To Florida"Father Temple Ave. Bo'* 691AH


CZG of the Bride," which (e)

brings Spencer Tracy, Joan Ben Kinds of '
Building & Repairs
WAirRAy nett and Elizabeth Taylor to the
Florida Theatre next Sunday'and
Monday Is the hilarious and heartwarming
Plumbing &
I d'At Electrical Work
SOv.f story of
f0 a father's trials
$169.95 : to goIf nt .l and tribulations when his daughterannounces

... par lair water I I The her laugh-filled Impending action marriage Building & Siding of All Kinds

'volves about what happens to him

bfeeeur.p w. to the before, during and after the wed.
7. Ap J of tiu lad All ding.The FHA LOANSNo I

I T Y doio L mt s t551. picture I III based on the -
SIAIIMN story by Edward Streeter, read by Down Payment!_
more than ten million people It
was a Book-of-the-Month selectionand


C. E DRIGGERS FURNITURE Co. al magazine In also a number ran as before a serial of being leading In syndicated a nation.newspapers I FREE Estimates Work Guaranteed; I


:?b. IS W. Call St. Starke The screen throughout play was the written country.by J. P.
Roberts
I
I I eft France Goodrich and Albert Hack- I'I Moto

600 Temple Ave. Starke. Ftof1)

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