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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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nr Next Tuesday In Washington BRADFORD

COUNTYTELEGRAPII
V.zibilitY of using Camp

for training: troopf the Army of what. facilities arc

discussed pin an Washington available at Blanding: In case the:

a conference be'nder Army decides to reactivate. sucl1
.t
tJdl.Y ecretary of the Army Camps.; Official County Publication Established In 1S79

and ItepreBennett. Although many buildings hav -
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e E L. Matthew number of "-- '. .I *I II,
advised permanent-type structures : :
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t It ot ,the by starke letter yesterday Chamber the facilities are still are standing still Intact: Many and 01 II[ County Tax Levy

:r.eJ'Cf conterenre Is set for 11 has been estimated that Blanding Post 56 Takes 1041State

and recommt>nded that a could be rebuilt for 25 percent 01: First Game

""n from cItieS Stal'ke terested and other In the camp.coat of constructing: a new, Remains Same

nd :
at that time.tt The Chamber of Commerce

be Italed present that "I believe president said that Starke will:
For
I[.,rtnc will have a great definitely be represented In Washington New Year Tournament At Wauchula I

do( with the future pros- next Tuesday and that ar
and said effort will be Bradford Countlans
Blanding" made to have Jcksonvllle II 1 faced with - -
camp '
camp technicians will Gainesville, Palatka anc I rIMIng living costs on every hand After two
-- daya delay occasioned
Starke defeated
my) by rain. -
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ofference other gained
Main purpose nearby cities send a dele.. one small! consolation this
endance. Tallahassee
I: will be to inform gatlon. week--at least their tax: levy will 10-4 Thursday morning in the first game

not be any higher In 1950: thanIt played by the Post 56 nine in the Amercian Uegion Junior

was In 1949. I Ba." ball Tournament now in progress Wauchula.. Jack

Bond Issue. Will Include At Its meeting here Monday the Hazen pitched his team to victory.

sed) Board of County Commissioner Fresh from winning the District and Area titlea in re-,

adopted Its permanent budget for 'cent tournaments held here, the Post 56 Junior:).left Stark* lri

For All the new year (trimming some Monday to compete with Tallahassee)) Avon Park and West-
rovements County Schools $8,591.11 off the estimated budgetas Palm Beach for the State Championship. '

announced last month) and The locals drew Tallahassee-for their first game and this 1

ilv, every school In the set Its tax levy at 15.8 millsex encounter was originally scheduled for Tuesday night but

nil'. benefit from the con- I curred to us while making these actly the same an last year I was called becauseof rain. It was subsequently rescheduled

,nd rehabilitation prcwilhK estimates that one or the other ol Figuring In the School Board's for Wednesday afternoon, and Wednesday night and called

,!lit <-t under way If these two buildings noted above levy of 19 mills, this means that both times for the same reason. *i
authorize a $400,000 might be dispensed with since County will pay a total levy of '
by
era Avon Park
and Tallahassee
each with one loss were 3'
34.6 mills
election to ,
on
KU. In a special increasing the estimate of cost or non-exempt property, scheduled to '
here probably In October. the cafeteria to $31,600 this buildIng .. except In Special Tax School Districts play Thursday afternoon, with the loser of this:

Ca calling the election are could be enlarged into a 'cafe- One (Starke) and Eighteen game to be eliminated. .

jig circulated and tnuat torlum" capable of seating the (Brooker) where Interest and Starke waa slated to meet West Palm Beach, in its second l!!

4 I by 25 percent of the total school enrollment, thereby sinking fund levies bring: the to. game of the tourney, Thursday night but the outcome \:

Mistered freeholders In the providing the possibility of Including .. tal slightly higher. was not known at press time yesterday. Even if Starke lost

before the election can bering both cafeteria and auditorium .. The I & S levy In the Starke this one, it would still have to undergo another defeat before 1\1

facilities but without district is one mill making a total being eliminated from the meet. r.

Is a brief description gymnasium facilities, should It be of 35.6 mills to be paid on nonexempt After three "nights of rugged

[project included In the pro- necessary to provide additional I property In this district. LLt play, Starke emerged victoriouslast

tool plant expansion pro- classrooms at thH school." The Brooker district levy Is 4 Post 158 Protest Saturday holding the Ajnsr-

nd I the estimated cost as In proposing the bond Issue, the mills, bringing the total! mlllage Ican Legion's Junior Baseball Atea

ed by Sanford W, Coin, School Board has expressed belief to 38.6. Taxpayers In the Law- : Championship, 1

I.'retained by .the SChoolI that it woud! be paid off In I tey district are the only ones who Ruled GroundlessIn The fact that the Saturday

20 years, using capital outlay will find their tax bill actually lees night game ended abrupUy with

White Elementary funds received under the mInimum I this year as their 1U mill I & S a surprise movement at the a surprise forfeit by the Post 158

1 It Is estimated that 10 foundation school program, without fund levy was discontinued because O State Tournament In Wauchul Juniors of Jacksonville did not dim

(ill l classrooms will be reel necessitating an Increase In bonds in that <;.StrIct have been .;:, t 1,41', ;, ,",, Monday night Police Post No. 158: I the glory of the post !5fl vIctory.The' .
an addition to the extatr .the county tax levy for schools. paid. I 4";.t u., of Jacksonville filed a formal protest area tournament opened

classrooms constructed The proposed bond Issue would The new millages, which are the THESE ARE TilE BOYS who have won the District and Area Championships and are now based on the following points: Thursday night of last week with

r. There will also be rela enable the school facilities In the same as they were last year, are seeking to bring home to Stark. the glory of win ling the State Title in the American Legion Junior 1. That Friday night's game I Lake City Post 6T nine getting

a' certain amount of adliilvt county to be expanded to meet the as follows: Baseball Tournament now In progress at Wau hula: Front row (left to right)-Kenneth Lee, should have born played nine Instead knocked out of the meet without

and general purpose Immediate emergency of overcrowded General Fund ......__..__ 4.9 of seven Innings.X securing a hit. In its first game
Clyde Mallard (bat boy). Byron Newcomb, Larry Redden, Arley McRae, Mike Callahan. Second
| clinic etc. plant without the FIne and Forfeit ..._ ... 4.9 That Umpire Sam Anderson's I Lake City was a 14-0 victim of
offices\ use., neces-
f lor Lemuel Williams bat ) Delano Thomas, Bert Newcomb, Jack Hazen Jackson.
row; ( boy Sidney
10380000. sity of waiting for the slow accu- Agricultural _____________ -fi decision in the tenth Inning Sat. Post 158. and then fell out of the
_ed ord I>-

I ludltorlum, approximately over a long period of time, It was Hospital __________ ______ -75 Roberts I Jacksonville also contended that. a 15-1 defeat at the hands

feet with 1,000 seating explained Building; _________________ 1.75 the base umpire was partial tc of Post 56.
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Estimated cost $79.500.calculated .- Road & Bridges __________ 4.3 I owned by any one owner, whetheran Starke. In the opening game. Red Lank-
Total 15.6 Individual, a firm, or a cor Post 56 Thanks Public For Support In a formal hearing, lasting ford of Post 158 gave up two bases

l11Inaslum on Defense Council The above total represents the poration. ; some two hours Monday night on balls to the losers ..,and that's

Is) of a standard high total mlllage levied by the County Bids were opened at this time on the Post 158 race was presentedby I all a. his teamatea backed up blagreat

basketball court -. withr Commissioners.The the purchase of a safe for the tax Policy Of Gifts For Team Exolained I Itl Coach HarvIn, Assistants. Me- pitching with an all.hit attack

leaR,, for a total seating Is Organized School Board's levy Is -as collector's office. The offer of Crane and Roes, and Post Com
In .
the
a' a mander Starrett. second game Starke's;
of 800. requiring area of follows; the Bowen Supply Co. of Plant I
/
ioately 100x100 feet. Es- General School fund 8 mills; City to furnish a safe f.o.b tl ,Defending Post 56 were Coach Bert Newcomb turned In the same

1 coot $21,000.00Room. Pursuant to Instructions from Building; and Bus Reserve 2 mills; ttarke, as advertised, for $65306. JONES-LANOFOIUKWIIITE' Many merchants, Business men I Herb -Thorns Assistants Arthur ,mound trick striking out three and .

j Estimated cost Col. R. G. Howie, U. S. Special Tax School District Cur- was accepted.A POST NO. MAMERICAN and baseball fans have voluntarily Hardea and Bill Scruggs, and Post walking only one In securing his
Army (retired no-hitter.
too. ), Director rent Fund 6 mills; District Building -: delegation comprised of LEGION offered gifts In cash and merchandise Commander A. J. Thomas, Jr. Presiding -
of State
ol auditorIum Into.. 11- Defense Civil and Bus Reserve, 3 mills; Total citizens from the New River sec' Stark., Florida to the certified players[ officials\ were State Legion, Both games went only five Innings
of the Stateof Florida. "-r* Aug. *, 1950.I on CM JLmerUasv Legion because of the 10-run rule.
Usaebai .Caii'rnan4 Deniiid
schools K.
| Estimated cost $5OpO.00. A. J. Thomas. Clerk of eduntywide levy' for tion renewed a protest against the CarroU and t
the Circuit Matthews 8emie,_
Mr. E. L. Team for their outstanding performance State' Junior Ball Chairman' DillIlardaker.
School New/construcjconsist Court of 19 mills. I location of the proposed state I
r : Bradford
1 County, calleda Friday night's aeml-nnal between
Bradford Telegraph In the District
County and Ares -
The special I & S levies In Districts road from Brooker to New River
of two ,
new primary
meeting of approximately 50 Starke and
Florida. Jacksonville
Starke Tournaments
; held In I was
Three and Eighteen are In This was a renewal of former recently After listening to the heated
ml, estimated to coat ap- of the outstanding citizens of the Dear Gone: Starke. argument one for the book with Post 58 winning -
addition to the above. protests and since the present 1 location Chairman Hardakrr ruled
jitdy 1800000. Complete county In the courthouse at 3 I would like to take this opportunity For any player to accept cash 2-1 from the visitors as a result
MInute. of the Commissioners'meeting has been approved by the that Post IBfl "didn't have a leg to
tnt t of the roofing and the o'clock last of two
Friday afternoon for: to publicly thank those who for his services in the Junior Base1 stand untimely wild throws
here Monday are as follows Federal and State road officials on. Ha explained that the
ant of approximately half the purpose of organizing a countywide helped the Legion Post In making ball program would mean that he Starke by Jax's Shortstop Barry New.
|iheathlng and cornice work. civil defense set-up I : and a title search of lands to be<< our recent District and Area JunIor would be endangering his eligibility \ scheduled tournament games were some In the final Inning.
motion. second and unanI- acquired for the right-of-way has for seven Innings. He
Upon
dlcatlon that a consider- The meeting was called to order Legion Baseball Tournaments to participate In the baseball also Post 158 scored Its only run In
vote it was ordered that no been progressing for several days, pointed out that the umpire'sdecision
mous the
nat of wall be- fourth when
furring by Mr. Thomas w.ho then the record breaking successesthat program sponsored by the Amer. Dick Murphy
Is
|misting( plastering i* In read the letter from Col. Howie more legal forms such as deeds, no changes were authorized. they turned out to be.FIl'llt can Legion since the acceptanceof had final and that Post 138 bunted Sam a riff Is home from
leases, and promissory W. C. Ward and C. C. Cnmby not shown that the base umpIre .
pt. Therefore, general mortgages third. Orlffla had reached
directing the organization. Guy of all we are Indebted to cash donation by any player first
| Interior rehabilitation eat Andrew read Annex No. 1. a publication notes be purchased with county entered a protest against a proposed the Lion Club and their Athletic from any source I Is considered con' ed. was either partial or unsklll- base on a fielder's choice and moved

I 1800 to Include new Issued by the State Civil Funds kept In the courthouse forth cloning' of a portion of the t Director, Buddy Bishop for call- trary to general practice and around on an error and. a passed
convenience of the public. I KIrby Crews road north of StateRoad Poet 59 Commander Thomas ball.
and fixtures and an-
ceilings Defense organization.A lIng off two of their regularly jeopardizes the amateur standingof
Ie.: A certain amount of J. Q. Rosier made a personal No. 225. Inasmuch as several nounced that he has formally petitioned Newsome's first throw
motion was made to elect an scheduled games and giving us the the team a* a whole or any of poor al-
I. type of work needed inan executive committee consisting of request for the completion of this i members of the Board were<<: use of the Ball Park. Coach J. C. Its members Individually.At Commander Carroll and lowed Starke' John Richard to
i and halls. An examll county's portion of the Rosier not familiar with the location of Chairman Hardaker to bar Post take second base on hi
17 members and to authorize this Hobbe did a bang up Job as official Its regular meeting here *
l of the heating system In- committee to elect the other officer Bridge over New River. He was the road to be closed the Commissioners scorekeeper while Sam Anderson Tuesday night the American Legion 138 coaches from further participation Infield roller, and the Jax shortstop -
} Hut advised that the work would be went to the site to t Jn the American Legion then permitted Richard to
aome new radiation of the organization waa unanlmously turned In a fine performance voted to appoint a committee, t
be soon as the Union view It before.taking final action,. Junior Baseball program on the score by again
required and there I.bt Is approved and the following completed as as base umpire. Out of to select a gift or gifts of equal over-throwing first
: as to whether the ex- were appointed: C. S. Par- County portion was finished. Upon their return the Commissioners town umpires, who worked these value that would be suitable and basis of "lack of sportsmanship"shown base on Larry Redden'a hopper. '

|boiler will carry the addl-! tin, Jr.. Guy Andrews, T. H. V. R. Ferguson agricultural adopted a resolution renounc; game without compensation appropriate to present to the certified -, In Saturday night' gam Hasen' pitching sparked the

bat Some thought givenPoSsibility John Godwin Russell Slade'j I Instructor of Bradford High School ing and disclaiming any right ofthe were, Lyle Buck of Palatka, and players and which would not Stark victory.

( that this boUer B. Thornton, Chas. C. Shepherd requested the Board to donate the County and public to the use. R. M. West of Jacksonville. Ar- be detrimental to the team or placea New Livestock Law Jax Walk Out L

p n-used at the Hampton J. H. DuPre, Mrs. Edward Burns, lumber treating tank to the demonstration of this portion of road on or af. thur Hard** from Lake Butler ren- handicap upon the amateur Proving WorthIn Saturday night's eventful program -

|Uld Patten, A. N. Holiday, ,
i at Lawtey. Total es- H. Tasworthy J. R. Kite, Junlus for the FFA Chapter by L. H. Hill City Clerk of Law. Asst. Coach while George Manama It was also agreed that any Road Safety'Florida' clock. If Starke won the first

d' cost of Lawtey school M., the Board of Public. Instruction.Mr. tey, addressed a letter to the I of Green Cove Springs help- such gift should be purchasedfrom tilt It would be area champion. If \
Smith. Hewlett S. Anderson, 1
Wton $37,100.00. land' Ferguson stated that the Board asking that some needed I'd Coach Thomas In conditioningthe fund In the Post treasuryand new law against rovIng Jacksonville won, a second game
IUIIn School Harmon P. Morgan. tank had never been used, but I cleaning-out and Improving the I team. anyone who has Indicated a desire livestock on public highways, would have to be played to deter.

two new : Construe- Th executive 'committee thus that he could supervise its use by canal known a* the Bally Ditch We appreciate the aid given us to make a donation to the an achievement for which Governor mine the title.
f classrooms and selected met and elected HarmonP.
100m, wlthh students on the farm In treating north of Lawtey be undertaken by by A, J. Eaves, who umpired all of Junior Baseball team Is Invited t< Fuller Warren worked for Post 15" scored a run In the top,
> iwommodate flush type whole fix- Morgan aa Director; Guy Andrews fence posts. Upon motion, second the Road Maintenance Depart. our pro-tournament games. The do so through Post 56 as repree.ented more than 12 year., already Is of the third fourth and fifth In- 1 4,
the .
Deputy Director of Oper- vote the request ment. The road supervisor was Instructed proving Its worth as a fac- nings. Starke cam 0
Estimated and unanimous Post I 1a also Indebted to you for by Ray L. Stone, Vice-Com safety through with
cost $19,000.00. ation: T. H. Slade. Deputy Director -
walt granted. to oak an Investigationof having-given\ us front page pub- mander. at Koch's Drug Store tor.A one In thet botom of the fifth, and
'Po ion n School: Complete re- of Administration; and Chas. J. T. Quigley requested the Boardto the situation and to reporthis licity In the Bradford County He In return, will make the presentation preliminary survey of Florida then knotted the fray at 3-all In ;

of the auditorium and S. Partin, -Jr., Chairman of Public take some suitable action to- findings at the next regular Telegraph on our tournament and to the team and its Highway Patrol accident reports the seventh and that's where matter -

"Provement to the heating Relations. ward disposing of the whiskey I meeting. team for the last two months. members at appropriate ceremon show that only nine traffic mishaps stood nip and tuck when

:W It was gratifying to The following were appointedto seized and stored In the Sheriff's I Sheriff P. D. Reddish came before W* are grateful for the help ice now being planned, on behalfof Involving livestock were reported -I Jacksonville's Tommy McCron

* though termite damage head up the various committee office several years ago. Inasmuch the Board and stated that from our co-sponsor of the tesm. those who voluntarily made for the 31 days of July smashed a 365-foot drive Into the

materials was quite, ex- assignments: John Godwin Liaison as the Sheriff and the County -I many rumors were circulating tile Andrews Motor Company.Mr. sui.h: donations. first month after the law went Into left field In the top of the tenth.

the frame of the bul1dUdng ; Russell Eberle, Fire PrOtec- Attorney were not present at I throughout the County relativeto Joe Andrews bought the uniform Any contributions made will bit effect. During 1949 such accidents Neat fielding by Quentin Blood-

* both the wall and tion: W. E. Thornton. Police Protection the time no action was taken In the seized and confiscated liquor for the team and has never! on a strcltly voluntary basis and occurred at the average rate worth gave McCrone an apparent j It

' itructure, appeared very ; Charles Shepherd Communication the matter until a suitable courseof now stored In his office. He yet turned us down when called this mean la provided for those of more than 33 a month. standup triple. wmmended that all finish ; A. N. Holiday, Medical Invited the Commissioners to Inspect At this point Starke's "
"d action could be decided upon. upon. Oil Newcomb and the Coca who have already offered donationsto This means that 24 motorists second fl,
"I ceiling material and and Health;, C. H. Nasworthy, As no one appeared at the des- the liquor In storage and to Cola Plant personnel have been the Junior Baseball team and were spared death pain, discom- Baseman Harold Davis called for <
window the
casings be com- Transportation: J. R. Kite. War- ignated time to offer objections make any check or Inventory that ever ready to help us do the Its individual members. fort and property loss because of ball and tagged the middle
Amoved and that exlstKructur den Junlus M. Smith, Ground cared to make. sack maintaining that McCron ,
; I as to the assessed values fixed they varlou job around the field and the new law. In 1949 there were ,
be restripped Observer; J. H. DuPre Utilities were shown Into the lock- had not touched second and i j
tOad by the tax assessor on his 1950 They Supt. of Pub. Inst. Harmon Moran 5,000 Fingerlings 402 automobile-animal collisions, was
material and and Works Mrs. Edward and while time out. Umpire Sam Anderson
lathed Public
; and accepted by the ed compartment together with the SchoolBoard In celled 4
roll resulting 14
tax one fatality -
WIth red 1 and that celling lie Barn, Housing: C. L. Patten Board. It was agreed that these,would not allow a detailed Inven- have alwaya gone out of Placed In Kingsley; severely Injured and 44 persona less hi McCron out and Was backed In
- acoustical material. Legal;Hewlett Anderson indus- considered the their way to help the Junior Legion I decision by Umpire Robenstin,
IIJo> be values would be | tory they noted the many cases More Expected seriously hurt- The nine llvwtockcaused i who stated
that
necessary to trial Protection: Mrs. he also saw ui
rewire and Plant which the 1 50mlllsges team. *
* um true values upon of stored liquor and opened several I wreck In July, 1930, resulted man miss tagging
and provide new Ruth 8. Morse.; Civilian Relief; Mayor James R. Wainwright second. Chief
would be assessed. bas were dumped In the waters of In slight Injury to only three
Also provided In thi A. J. Thomas General Secretary.It first cases to satisfy themselvesthat and City Policemen E. L. Mc- Kingsley Lake got a good boost Umpire Fernety said he did .not
the
* Is 1 plan of person see the
the sum of 2000.00 was also decided that the organization A proposed there did not appear to be Knight and Mat Morgan served last week when 6.00O flngerllngbes play.
lIIowance' the present county Jail Getting livestock off the hI&hway. Angered
for Improving would lie countywide floor of to the any Irregularities In connection unusually well In keeping the .* were dumped In the waters of I Jacksonville fans b.ga.pouring ..
.
WRg was presented was a major plank In the out of the
syatem building: stands but .before'
Total e.UWork la It activities and that while a game and fan orderly.
r of the. therewith. The county attorney this popular resort spot.
of Governor
the Secretary platform Warren In firework
UOOO.OO.School majority of the heads of the various Board by I W* appreciate the contribution The miniature bass were transported any broke Coach
ar Chamber of Commerce with a suggestion -I was requested to advise the both his unsuccessful 1940 campaign Harvln of Post 158 sacked his
in Stance made by other IndIviduals up
: reside many
Work to committees several hundred miles from
conClpeUy -
that the Tourist Club have and responsibility and his successful 1948 bats and Walked his team
Board to Its authority off the
of as too numerous to men-
organize
the instructed to
Haven fish In
rehablllta- they were the Winter hatchery
the kitchen It had been field.
the equivalent with residents the use of two rooms In connection with the tion which went toward making campaign. a Fernety waited the requlr. .
of their -personnel Polk County. George Lana, new
.
eight the d
al back porch when venial lasu for more one minute before .
the calling the
by replacing damaged from each section of the county. and The stored liquor. their entertainment good clean owner and developer of the Kingly -
Jail. game a0
vacated as a years. forfeit
lint.11 building 1 is triumph for
and the !InstallaJ" TIle secretary was directed to ordered filed for future The Clerk waa Instructed to arcang entertainment.Last Beach recreation area, Instl- eont1O-1 Stark, 4 ,
ouatlcal ceilings and report the meeting and the entire plan was but not least w* .:ar* indSedo ,iat.adLb. zutck.Lng.. operation.Fresh .
PlA4tr' %nd reneinung.! personnel selected to the Director consideration. .- j .'! Sac JUtne.JCroMaad .lUy"8bI.14 -negE ttabeead wbbloiwaa gp4tV. '* e Oases .co-I&.II'IIII tasuUlMl th. vtWhto f <:. .....
; v***** -I" 3.iwse'voasetIesi tor Bttftmnt jKUqamiety g0during r ffjtewtt*
,sir rim csnsiiHiir"uicnmi .a Mpf"CIO. iwopssrty -.uwvseenwogwho ewinnunm 1 S a Water Fish Commission .i
,
. the
onat.tn Tacn "" the Pumpkln hUh Bub-iDY1.kln the Road Maintenance workmenand turned out to back our ClubIn first seven things with E ,!
.l "
for good Wb.ape -HI!/ orjT"1- the Another shipment of fingerllngs Hazes taking over the
the need of stand by for on Lake Santa Fe requested make deduction from their record breaking numbers. Th eighth 4 !
painting; and were requested to road to 1 I. expected to arrive at Kingsley f .
PI1IYIalon a suitable filled bleachers were a constant
to take car of further Instruction. Board to grade to the premiums, upon within the next few days.
101\\ and Coflttco adjourned Into that section Immediately. If I pay pay Inspiration to the team and to the Three Tied At Top '
EaU- Th meeting was the "
st 13,000.00. E.Spark. The matter was laid their request, if acceptable by official In charge of the tournament
with led by Rev. S. possible. In Softball League 't
prayer Mail Carrier NeededBids
. Colored School .. over until a suitable route for a Insurer. and I believe played a major \

*STL auditOrium(.Mi imvi and: road can be surveyed and decided WOBKLVO 'role In our going on to take will be accepted until noon Recent birth* In North Florida National Guard tied up with I ,
CEMETERY the Area title.
Wiit( seat approximate- Lions Lot!! 11-4 upoa. working Saturday. August 19, for the position Clinic were: Shuford and Hercules for drat In r
% cost $63.1OO.00.! 11-4 UUclntosh ; W. S. Sibley was employed to There will be an all-day The Post will never be ab! to of mail messenger for transporting Mr. and Mr*. John M. Allen of the County Softball League by
!(1! 7.(to ) Th Stark. Lion lost 1 title search of lands to be at Dedan Cemetery near Brooker I repay its debt to Coach Herb Starke. \ Linda Llnette scoring a 5-3 win over Alvare
WB.I. *> ndl* in two the local diamond! make a 24. All interested .. the mall from the poet a girl, on .
on of the on Thursday Aug. Thomas who at considerable
il'reent of I for rlght- f.way personal August 6. Monday night.
the acquired office to the depot. Necessary
.
eatlmated
' Lions were to attend I
'Our, Tuesday night Th State RoaA person are urged aacrUlc, of his time
nrollment) $%8.300. i Brooker-New River gave forma and complete informationmay Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Westfallof Play-offs to determine the league ,
work-
JacksonvUU
tool for
scheduled to play a $t for and bring necessary and skill to turn out champIon- .
was a
agreed upon Richard .
but the The price servedat be secured from the postmaster Hampton, a son, Al- championship will b* held
flhing team this Thursday night, and a parcel was defined Ing. A basket lunch will_be ship t.am.
vlrt, 8 next
th1 arch.1 each parcel at Stark, on August starting Monday.
'sport work the score was not known at press being! all of the land noon. I' (Coatinued! on pale eight) I
said'< : It ha M

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1879 < E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNCN-CDITCm: : By Mm.. If. M. McRoa Come In And See Starke's Newest And Finest Food .Department Store! ;


.. rbttshed Every Friday, : an" Entered an Second Sunday school and church services -
t1. !Matter at the PontMEMBER Office at Starke, Fla. at Pine Level Baptist Church
Sunday were well attended. Pas- .
tor W E. Hall, presided over the I
((3)) 1950S1J50 morning: services, but was calledto I
Berea Baptist Church, Jacksonville
For Stx Month*
6ubMrIP Ion IfiiJiO Annually for the evening service
Brother I* L. Conner led the evening !
: aervlce here.
tan sroui: ISS'T1.1.. BAD
LOVETT'SThese
Mr. and Mm. Robert Myrick and

There has been great disillusionment In this country over the daughter. Kathy, were guests of
Baited Nations The high hopes for world amity and civilized solu- Mrs Sue Myrick In Lake Geneva
Thursday of last week.
do. of International difficulties that were held out when the organ-
Mrs. W. O. McRae and children
isation was created: have not materialized. And so, in many! minds .
of last week with her
spent part
m. feeling has arisen that the UN la a diurnal failure, and that it might .
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Conner
of Nations into oblivion.
'ea vm-Jl follow the League at Midway.
dint there Is another side to this great question. It was well ex
Little Ml a'Diana Hall of Jacksonville -
;reseal by Raymond Moley In one of his newspaper columns when he concluded her visit with
wrote:nt Is to be hoped that public oplhlon In the United States will her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Modify: Ita pessimism concerning the United Ne.tlons..Walter Lipp- Robert Myrlck, here and la now i, Low Prices Good Through Saturday August 12th
T nn..made the strong point that the United Nations Is the onlymeans visiting1 another uncle and aunt, ,
by which Asiatic interests can be mobilized in the interests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman, at "

.MZKty.. That Is because the remaining independent Asiatic nations Heilbronn Springs.Mrs. .
must ttnrmelves participate In stabilization, and in so doing work side Robert Myrick and daughter .
Tty!! side with the nations of the West. Kathy, were visiting Mrs. Lester -
''Our own stake Is enormous., We must not forfeit the assets of Sponholt at Dlnsmore Wed- ARMOURS "STAR BRAND"
Off: Japanese potential or neglect the.Philippines. For once the Sovietgppmrs nesday of last week. tall Maxwell House
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon of e
Sapp
4n the warm waters of the Pacific, it will develop sea power 3 28
Heilbronn and
were visiting Mr.
sad riatllonge our position In the entire ocean.The Mrs. A. R. McRae Sunday after. MILK.
United Nations must do or die, and If It dies, civilization cans COFFEE
everywbere'Wt11 be In grave erll." noon.Mrs.. Pledger John and children -
Tb: failure of the UN-which have been very largely due to of Lake Butler were visiting Mrs.
Jlass!&'. constant use of her veto power In any matter that does not Owen McRae last week.
fnrterlhe.Beviet, policy of world communist expansion-have over- We are happy to report that 303 Can LAND O'SUNSHINE"V 1-Pound

sltuidowed. Ita achievements. The UN has brought together the nations little Larry Crosby I. Improving In ,

at CM)wotttl.. n< the vast majority of them are on the side of the West. I Glendale Hospital In Palatka. SWEET PEAS Can 79co
Countries. with a total population of something like a billion people Remember the youth fellowship ,
tare formally expressed, through the UN their opposition to the meeting tonight Friday( ) in Pine
csn.:*>un.l letinvaeion: of South Korea. And the UN acted promptly, Level[ Baptist Church. Everyone If
invited to. attend.
Mi,1"'<* .tJ1e;limit of its existing capabilities, when the Korean crisis

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'::7Ie"UN'h&ll protected our own position in Korea. There we are 46 oz. CAN HiGHLIGHT ALL FLAVORS

au Yet: :, not just on our own hook, but as an agent of the UN. We are HAMPTON
l'o1"ilng exactly the provisions of the UN charter, which are to blockSIC..lon I JELLO 3 PKGS. 20
Wherever\ It may appear We are therefore, taking on the By Mrs. M. C, _Sweeney Juice
Job.of policeman In that tragic little country. .

tt.Jnay be a long time before the world learns what the Korean Corporal and Mrs. Bruce S. Max!:
WDf will lead to. In the meantime It has cast a brilliant light on the well of Kentucky spent severa' '
fmtfejctlveness: cur vacillating policy In Asia. It also seems to'show days visiting friends and relatives :BISCUITIFLOUR.i.32
op sme startling failures-we were taken completely by surprise, here: They also visited In Jack 25

our :sotelllgence apparently could not have been poorer, and we did sonville. Corporal Maxwell was C
enjoying a week's furlough from
not rnallze how well prepared for war the Korean communists were
Ft. Campbell Ky., where he is
However, we have made our decision, we must abide by It, and every. a member of the camp band.
tMrg that Is necessary to win must be done. For us to lose in Koreas .
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Odis
mull bathe final shatteYlffe blow to American and United Nations Lowman of Columbia, S. C., will
prestige throughout the world. This la what the Russians are hop- be Interested to hear of the arrival QUART BOTTLE
QUEEN QUALITY
Uvg for. It would be the greatest victory the Soviet Union could gain. of. their third child, a daughter,,

Susan Marie, who was born July CLOROX 15c .23c
XIIK: HOARDER. IS A MENACKS"mti IB In a Columbia hospital The TEA lib.
baby Is the granddaughter of Mr. .
: :time ago an association of retailers, which has a member. and Mrs Robert L.,Brown.

sfbip.of 7.500 stores, appointed a Committee,on Emergency Govern Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
mrnl Controls under the chairmanship of a Harvard professor of C. A. Cox were their 'son-in-law GREEN GIANT
rwladVng. A few days after hostilities began In Korea, the Committee and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bu- FLAT CANS AMERICAN OIL tt matSARDINES
awl. Iturged that its members, and all other stores, "carry on ford Goodson and children. Charlotte 2 303 CANS 35c
thntijxh the months ahead with their usual concern for the interests and Bobby, and their great PEAS 3 for
grandson, Bruce, all of Miami
or and the added ,
ronsuiuers determination to serve In all possible .
This week their son and daughter.
way.the Interest of the nation a* It faces a possible developing emer
In-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Qq ,
!$
U nry." It emphasized that retailers will give full support to the and three children"Jimmy, Don- ,

fjoveftiment. In policies. resulting from the crisis. In the Far Ea t. nle and Darlene,.also of Miami, are .
In peace or war, retailing is primarily concerned with the welfare their guests. 303 CANS KING COLE

oT ttttt consumer-If only for the reason that In the long run consumer Mrs. Richard! May left Sunday PAPER NAPKINS lOc 2f"27c
welfare will determine the retailer's welfare. During and directly after for Reevesville, S. C., to spend a LIMA BEANS
UM last war retailing did a splendid job in fighting the black mar two weeks' vacation with her
Inc. In pointing out the dangers In consumer hoarding, and in making grandmother Mrs. W. H. McAl-
limited supply of goods go around as equitably. possible. The hany, and other relative. ,

experience thus gained places It In a better position than ever before Mrs. Lettie Parker of Tampa !4s
to serve In any kind of emergency.Disquieting was a weekend visitor In the home 303 CANS OLD GLORY

reports of scare buying and hoarding have appearedagain. of Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wynn. OINEO: 19c
2 f19cFRESH
It Is to the great credit of retailing that the vast majority of Mr. and Mrs Thos. H.VadM.. lb. PORK &BEANS
worth of Bunnell
.tor. operators' are urging that consumer. buy normally, and are spent Saturday
pointing out that the supply of goods of almost all kinds Is fully ade and Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. P.
Wadsworth. On
quate. The hoarder Is a menace at a time like this. The intelligent
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. O. R.
and patriotic consumer will cooperate with retailing in preventing Sykes of Georgia, were the
guestsof }
shortages and maladjustments In the supply machine by purchasing Walden Wadsworth ">
only what he needs. f 'Mf '
Mr visiting. J. E. Ousley relative.of here.Perrine hasbeen trR ii?

TKOTEINS AND THE LIFE: SPAN Mrs. Elsie Blount and Earle ,
Blount of Tampa spent the weekend .
There appears to be a definite connection between the life expectancy with Mrs. Blount's mother U. S.No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
of peoples and their consumption of the protein foods. Mrs M. Layfleld. In the home of <
This Is strongly Indicated in a table which was recently compiled Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. 10 lb. 29c

tv Ou American Meat institute, on the basis of the latest available Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McGee and PORK ALL MEAT e -
aganem. The United States had the highest life expectancy at birth, children moved last week tcTheressa. LARGE 360 SIZE
68.3 gars and Its per capita consumption of meat and other pro- They had been occupy-
fetn: funds waa also the highest, 194 pounds. Canada was next,.with ing in the Frank Williams house. CHOPSlb.69c HAMBURGERIb. LEMONS doz. 45c'

si[life expectancy of 07.2 years and a protein food consumption of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown had .
274 pounds. The figures for Italy were 54.9 years and 75 pounds of a. their guests last :week Mrs.
;garoteln foods. At the very bottom was India, where life expectancy Bruce Gaskins and children, Mary LARGE

vams) lust 28.6 years, and protein food consumption waa 18. pounds peraaylta On Jo and Wednesday Howell, of the Deerfleld group visitedin Beach 49c RY. : 2 for 19

.Other factors such as Infant mortality, have a strong bearing on Heights Green.and Cove PaUtka.Springs, Keystone. _
We>i xpectancy. However, the
discovery of the value of the proteins CUBAN
two been one of the most dramatic developments of modern medl- Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May left
Wednesday for a week's visit In .2 for19c
sstlence. In addition influence
to their on life expectancy, protein Cedar Keys. Last week they visited AVOCADOS .
1oaO.have': proven to be of the utmost value In benefiting their
peo- daughter-in-law, Mrs.
51>>-Buffering from many types of Illness. It has been found alsotbtt'ehay Wilson May who was a patient Meaty SPARERIBS, lb. - 55c:

have a direct, constructive Influence on human energy and in Alachua County Hospital. Mr. CARROTS
Morale. and Mrs. James Moore, of Val- .2bchs.l9c;

iFlaally, the principal protein foods, such as meat and eggs, are data Ga., 'were the May's guests '
Utrartire and appetizing to the vast majority of people. Almost on. day last week. PORK UVER lb. 39c
- - ICEBURG
overran can,and with relish, eat these foods two or three time a day. Local members of the Youth for.
It tarn case where good eating makes for good health. Christ who attended the Y, F. C. LETTUCE 2 ib. 25C
rally at Lake Swan Melrose on .
Monday night were: Mrs.\ Fred -
Dodd, Miss Hazel Phillips. Miat PICNIC HAMS Ib. - - 49c
Ruth -
Slbley. Miss Sylvia May FROZEN
Misses Margaret and Lucille Hall FOODS
Norma Sweeney and Joan Swee- -

ney. Pure Pork SAUSAGE Meat t Ib- 43 DIXIELAND DEVILED -
Visiting Mr. and Mrs Charlie -
Cox on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. STRAWBERRIES CRABS
LOCAL, FACILITIES O. JT., Phillips and family of Law

of quiet refinement with organization tey.A number of folks from here are Either SKINLESS STARKE DRESSED 29c 19c

competent and thorough in its entirety attending revival services at the
Raiford Baptist Church, where
enable this establishment to rendera Rev. B. C. Gray Is directing the Weiners or BolognaFRYERS
singing.Mlsa ADEN BLACKEYE
fine and moderately priced service. PEAS :
Betty Durban of Lawtey., kgs
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IIa:: .. : .' :JO, .. v4.telag tos' a 1'- Yes AGEN BROCCOLI. P
r&sj 'Vnfltvma. flusaeTl Wxmamv lb 35'c' -,--- 4
DcWITT C. JONES has been vUitlng his brotherinlawand H5.63C: ORANGE'JUICE 4
sister Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dur-

Phone 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance. ban, in Lawtey this week. FRENCH FRIED POTATOES
Rev. W. C. Burton of Graham ,
.Funeral Director
Service was the Sunday dinner guest of -

..Uooal.funeral home enables na to offer convenience and Mr.and Mrs: Claude May.

services not otherwise available.
ASK FOB 1 Fr.C --
OVER 2000 ITEMS
w.,furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Ml1Sr ARE CHEAPER EVERYDAY AT
I c kJt Aft r.,life Insurance policy .In force Issued by ANTcompany 666 LOVETT'S

,'.* payment In part or la full on a. funeraL -
Consultation carries no obligation. WITH QUININE s





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH RTARKE FLORIDA PAGE TIIBl


STARKE FIRE DEPARTMENT KEEPS LOSSES LOW August. 28. 19SO In the above. named I* l nknown.: V..P..r, NIATH, OF Kl.onll TOIl| R Wllllama. P Cl. Itrmlnrway, R. candidate. for election to any el- It
Court and caune, wherein' plaintiff Tou are required to live office City oC Htarfc..
appear on Hetty Vwrduiro, hiiaff residence tfiparka Ottorve Flynn Jr. and In the
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-- .., -......,.. .,... eeeke dlvorre. Bradford Count7T.t- August\ 21. 1511, m the above named and addrena la.: 812 South Anperania, 'n w. Lapp. hall pay the riuallfylnir tees ... required -
7 ecraph shall publish thus Order. In limn and cause wherein plaintiffeei Los Angeles, California: I' In testimony 1 whereof I hereuntoauharrlbe by ORDINANCE NO. .* *- I
/. ; next four weekly iHMuen.. divorce and restoration of You arc .required. : to appear on'neptembwr my name and cause theseal nut later than TWELVE: O'CLOCKNOON : :
: Witness my hand and official pest. maiden name. Hradfurd County ( ft, 1HAO, In the ablkv of the said town tn b. hereunto on the last day of the jicrUxJwithin
at Htarke. FlorfdaIhts July at, 1550.OFFICIAL 11"I..ar."h shall publish this Order hamed Court and cauae wherein' affixed this the Srd day of whlnh Bach quallfyltiK t_ ,
./ ; ( H15AL1 >, J. Thomas, weekly I leeuea."ilnenii plaintiff' seeks divorce. Hrariford AllKUflt. A. D. 11>60. may b': paidHKC'TION.
u ) .' Al Clerk of said Court. my hand and official County, Telegraph ehall inilillnh thlal (official Neal) J. R. \Valnwrl ht. t. All ordlnancea or
irt Myrtle t T Deaver, Heputy! Clerk ;Jui r.ln tstarke' Florida this July Order. In next four weekly I ", .y..r. part of ordlnancea In conflict herewith -
vVllltnm I D. Morimn, 6th Flour, Clark AVItneNH niv hand and ATTEST' : Carl Johns, City Clerk tire hereby repealedSiPTIOV .
HulUlln-' f'It.JR.k..nvlll..Ir.U Florida, 'OFFICIAI. SEALS A. J. ThotnaeAn nt Htnrkc. Florida, this nUSt.9,1OIIOIV : : : 3. This ordinance hall
Atty for 4t 5.11 Clerk of ald CouttH 1910. 1..1 become effective Immediately. epos
>' M\rtle T Denver, r'eputy Clerk OFFICIAL ,"I AT.) A. J. "%' .! M.. I2M I lt,' '
In rirenlt Carr Bradford ("..aty,: 118& ft 'IU An Clerk of said 1V flit ISIS, 11 M I'I&O'II"'U pHKmmeJnmea A. Lewis .
Klorlila In t kaneerr. H> Myrtle T T..Nar.r 1> CChaa I 1'II ,r .1'.1 "IIMHlllll%, Chairman, CItY Councillteiit .
f .. ,,? I rhlllle Aaron: IMxIntlff, va. Vernon In I'Ircult (... nradferd County K. lleim. 2n<-on(' Oiiarnniy" Life \\ 1111'11 f\M ll> \ IK; Stilt KII-I-: ,I .\ : Carl .lohna City Cleric '
1'I I Aaron Defendant Caite No. 7P&4. rli.rlilai In 4hanverr.I' HldK' JnckHotivlllo, Florida. I 'IION 'I" AW Kl KCTIVM OKKKK1l TO TlIK HONOHAHIM J. n WAINHII1HT. -
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i 51r I I Order uf Pnbllpallna. and Nodee t* :""i llel\l I.npe*. Plaintiff, va.Fi '' Atlya;:. for flf. > 'a'"M 4I'r' "K ,,'a'All KM M\V \\' MAYOR .< IF" TUB 4J1T11
P .1 "P....... XI'VIK OF KI.OII1O tot .in. (urn Altamlrano, hopes, Defi AIL S,2, bItT14'E I' 'V TIIK 1 11' il.lK IKKKN \*I OF HTAIlKi:, PIiOKlMA! ,
I Vernon Aaron hone reelilenc U intent Pane No 7IM \%< H NO.KM I hereby certify that I the ahoy*
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Chicago, IIInote: I| llriler or WAlle.tlnn 45,1 >* Kl.\: M and fitrenlnir ordinance waa 4lalypiiKMvd
I You are required to appear on Appear STATE" Or' KI.OHIIIl" Tub T. .1. \\alnwrlithi.. Mayor ofSi August 2*. 19&0. In the above named F',nll, ices Altlimtruno Lopes, w llOHere nike Floilda, 'by virtue of the I II illy OV TillI*":HII>II \VIIIIINlliril city ft Stoke Florida, on let day
4. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -tdence and .,',Irr.. la I'nknown: tutu hnrily vested: In me v.I I law, dohereby \\ "l \IIIIKVIM' ) Vkf.1iM : : of AiiirilKt. A, h. 19ISO.Carl .
leek dlvorre. Hrnntord County Tel anil' are required. to appear on mil' an elm'tlon to beheld I 19' II H 1 l' ll.. Johna. CityClerk..
ruhllnh this Order In August' XI 19KO In the al>o\e named I at the ally.. Hall In the aforeaaiII| KM IT OKUAINFn pIT TMK: CITV' .THE ABOVI3' ANt FORKOOINOOHmVAVCK
next Pr'.rh; weekly; Issues, Court: at6 Ca ;.. wherein plaintiff i the. tiunltrieil votere nnTneadnv Cf1NT1 rii''t': TMK: CITV OK i., ( 7 was received l>,r roe ,'
Itnenn my hand. and official seal .'>,'k. divorce and lentniatton of "Heinember 13 19HO, for thepuipoee >P't>HI, (111 TIT Y, and approved bv me this lot day .! nl,
lease nl 4t I 4 k at Xtnrke, Florida,thin July 26. 1980. malden n....... Bradford Countylelcitraph of electing the followingofflcera F.lIltI1l4. IV KIOIirUAU HKHSIllNA : AllKllKt, A T>.. 19110Mayer
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas, hall publish this Older : ""FMHT.SPICTtOV.!''.!*- City\ of Stark
I I As Clerk of said Court. ..III neat four weekly I..".... 'I kree lerniNn for Tnt fears I I. That from and after J. n. WainwriNhts1.: it
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fly Myrtle T. heaver Deputy Clerk 'i \\'ltn..en my hand and official, seal. I n..I.|ieotorN of said election : T. the effectivednta of this tirdmanse. ataILdtln.rren' :

1 K o. Brown, Starke, Florida at "tnrke, Klorld.1, thin July I IS 1950.OFFICIAL __ ____ -...- ,
II I Atty for IMf '-28 4t 8-U ( SEAIJ A. I TiotnxSAN .r..f,

In rlr<.nlt Court_. llradford ('...'r. I Bv Haven 'Crosby: Clerk I: of De said pity::: t'niirt Clerk G
i Florldai. In ( humerr.lioiU Ray "Selden Selden! Uulltllnir Daytona I,
Halley 1'1"Intlff. vi Albert (teach, FlorlilA.AttvK .
4 r I. Matte, Ih-fondant Cane No. 8001. for rif 7'Sl-4t-8ll' It
p r Order of Puhllrnllon andntlev !. t-.u-rmt-Vrter Slrul9kt KlgktM.airvMt1'rlrril
i 1nNs A..".... NTIIM" OF 1.URln\ tel ,0.rtf'-1' TO <'HKIMIOIHAll
li. Ali.crt I.. Hallcv, whose residence persona having rlalnm or d lemuntla f j',
l and address In Twin FalU Idaho. :: against the estate of P A. Car irllHMalir f-''\..
I You are required to appear on Jnhnntinn, deceived are hereby notified GM IIfrdra rlrtill 1-/' r } i iUpdaedl
August ill, 1'lfio. In the al>o\e named and required to file their I''
Court and ...u.... wherein plaintiff claims In the office' of the CSuintvJudire .. mfitrll HI pins tail.t .
seeks divorce, .ruMlodv and controlof : of ftradfim1; County, Florida. t tP..r.r
minor child and support for said In the Wiunty Court; House at ,..
'''' rhlM Bradford. County TelesrapKehall Hlaike, Florida I within right. calendar .P.eked tIlrer Nlr,. Ea .-

_,, iliiT'.w"--' ,,,, ':.----- -. < r... ___...._,_ ..,....r.':a.: weekly publish UHlleM.WitneHa .this Order In next, four first. publication months from of Isle the notice data, or of '*./"" .f Sb .r Sleet i t' 'r.

th. same will become void I acroril- 'i
to Its efficient and ;well : FIRE DEPARTMENT; PERSONNEL: (left to right) : C.J. Sthae- Ktarke' my Florida hand this and July official 27, 1960.sealat log to law, Thin July 15 flartmann mnnIn "'.r'" ".......* H..
the R. A. Eberle H. K. Lennon Kenneth (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas ) Ixiyree i
far
Dt'd Fire Department, Grider Asst Chief D. W. Ae Clerk of said. Court. F ecutrlx of the List tVlll and a F I",
'o1 starke enjoys a very ; Carpenter J. A. Bell and Chief C. W. Pickett. Py Myrtle T. Deafer Deputy Clerk.H Tpfltmenl of I' A Johanaon d.- M... .....".. Tmlmf .. merit -
premium rate O Brown, Hlarke., Florida. ceaaed 7181418111la ( ,
insurance for rif. 7 S8t 8-U I ,
Atty. -
dollars in the pocket I and their baby daughter Nell Spencer Crews. Ircnlt Court. Hradferd County I

mlaRS property owner in the I spent the past weekend with Mr Patricia Willard reutrned Sat In T.. ('leech Conrt In And Vowllrndford Florida." In bong i In! Ckaneerr.Kit l.lndney. Plaintiff V.

I and Mrs.. F. M. dees In Plant (onntr, Florida. In Ehsserr7. (lames Wilford Llniley, liefemlent life
Insurance from
Lo carries tire urday Sante Fe Lake where 4 a.e !h.. MOI4.Leonard Cane No. SOLO, For the happiest miles of your
Lor. than offMts the operjcit City. They were accompaniedhome she had visited Mrs. W S. Johns of A. Mall Plaintiff, .v>. D. OPennell Order Of Publication ".. ..lntle* 'I'.. f
of the local Fire De- by Fredda Jane Elizabeth Starke since Monday. et Ml. defendants.Oder I I tpneurl "'I'%TI'J OF FI.O"ln "'0'ORln..a
of Pnhlleatlen aad Notice oAppear. .
whose
and Curtis' Nell Dees who visited came Saturday to visit Mr. and Mate or Florida" tat la Wllford Andrew klndiiey, South Carolina rea.lilence .

.lent.department has now three here for several days before goingto Mrs. R. M. Markham and other 11 wife(I., whose Pennell residence and Toni I..IVniiell 220 Clabel his You are required, to the appear above on namd Heptember I.Pul I.
4th. Iftno In
to visit other rela friends and Avenue 8. K, Canton, Ohio- .
|,r full-time salaried men: Hampton relatives In this sec I I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
You are hereby notified that a
with 24perience tion of the seeks divorce, Bradford County
state.
c W Pickett tives.Mr. suit hae been Instituted In the abovenamed l i'i Telegraph hall publish :this Order ,
formerly with and Mrs. J. C. Wallace went Court and canes by the a-I In next four weekly InHiiea.Wltnemi .

jadwonvllle Fire Depart to Jacksonville Sunday to takeMisses Recent Deeds hove 'named and plaintiff his wife against Tonl Pennelland D.; OPennell i 1 I al Hturko. my Florida hand and this official 2nd of Heal Au

Assistant Chief D.:W. Car- Joan and Nancy Mynihan C C. Pennell and his wife IClnlePennell gust. l an defendant, for foret9usure -
of Jacksonville who had been their visitors for Recent deeds ( HKM A. J. ThomaaAa
of
r. no: recorded In the an equltahlu lien In .Iltvo"I' Clerk of said 1 Cc.iirt
jritli 25 years' experience; several weeks home. courthouse were: t>f plaintiff .as a Hrnt Hen 1 tlv Myrtle T. braver, t> C

iwll A. E bar Ie, engineer, Mr, and Mrs. R. S. Rosier had as Mr. and Mrs. J. C Buckles of ford followln(County property Florida. situate to.. wit'H.ghu In: Brad-i l;'I John liinl I Ave J. lltfndernon.., .1..kU n vIII KMII,.*. 4H22 FlnruliiAttyn Colon, .I

succeeded Edgar W. Starke to Mr. and Mrs. I 44t'l'! feet eolith of northeantcorner for Plf i
hu just their guests for several days dur I 1.V.. of NKI4 of SKI4 of Seo: 24. /1.9189! 7- f
Al/| I
"9410, who resigned. The ing the past week Mr. and Mrs. J. Batten of Starke. Tract of landin Twp. 78: It. 21 Is.. thence 1'.nSoulh. !
firemen coma the NE 4'-'im feet, I thence run Went to right llradford Conalr,
nf volunteer H. Reynolds and their children. cor. of the NE quarterof of way of State Road 2HO thencerun la Circuit Court ,

force: A. J. Gordon JlllR Carolyn. Buddy and Martha, of the NE ouarter of sec 34, t'AJI. northeasterly. along right of Mnrold F'Iarldat FMnre.In. (haneery Plaintiff V. Etta K.
H. K. Len- 6 S, 22 WHY of Stole' Uoad till) fur 421PiI! feet .
M. Stuart. Birmingham.' Alabama. range E. t I Pine, Iiefi-ndent -
thencerun'ICiiiit to point of bevtnnlnir -
Case No. Oil 1
|]Jerry Lawson, C. J. Schae- Mr. and Mrs. P D. Fancher Mr. and Mrs L.' L. Conner containing 1A acres more or I l>nbllea l n *..>! >lle .... ,
Bradford County to J. Orr of leKHor 1 In..r a1YTH' OK FI.O'lIn
,Carl Kitchrepartrrent 1.
In the alternative that It hedecreed ,
have been enjoying a stay near la I.I
: residence
I rlta: K 1'lace, whose
has two en- Bradford County. The SW bv the Court that defend.ant .1
quar I .l
C. for about unknown
Hendersonvllle N. :
One American La France ten days. ter of- the SW quarter of sec 35 title D to O said Pennell lands accfulreil an a trustee and l\olda. under I before Von pre Heptemlier required 4th In appear llftn. In on the yourself behind the wheel of Dalltir MI-Dollar .
and one twp: 5'S'vange 2 E. Also a reuniting, for and In behalf .
jlcn capacity a trust above. named Court and cause,
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 1 wonderful new Pontiac and discover
Peter-Pirsch & tract of land In the NE quarter of of plaintiff wherein plaintiff eeekn divorce.Hrailford a I
e t bUIlt by J. M. Bradley were Mr. and Mrs You and each of you are hereby ('...unitTelegraph. shall how satisfying it is emit beat a
wlh a 500 gallon per nilnImtrifugal Reese Bradley and their sons, the NE quarter of sec. 3, twp. 6 S, required to appear 'In said Court publish thla Order In next. four deeply yon i i
Each enIii range 21 E. and cause on August 21, ittno, and weekly iHlten. to drive curjio hruuiiful, jo thoroughly .
pump. Clinton and Jack Wayne, and Mr to then serve your answer or otherdefense I! Wltnena my hand and official scat.
with a booster Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Grlffis of on plaintiff attorney aa required dependable, 10 truly eto-
equipped 2nd of An-
and Mrs. Van Geiger, all of Jack: :: .I 'at Siarke. Florida, Ibis
by law otherwise the alleKntlonn I -
t-id 1,250 feet of 21A inch sonville. Bradford County to Lela Buckles of the Flfll of fomi>lalnt will gust.. iir.nlOFFICIAtt. PRAt.l A. J. Thomas nomicul.Jurt give i a Pontiac plenty Fo

limit 300 feet of l4. inch Mrs. Dennis Fancher and her of Starke. The NE cor. of the E', Bradford he taken a* confeexed by you hall The An Clerk of paid CourtBy of ex rciic and it will give you the 7J7j.c
County Telegraph! '
of the Nlir of the SE quarter of Myrtle T. Peaver, n <
young son Pete Returned home publlHh huts outer In its next four John J llenderaun. I F..I. 4X2J Colonfill trpint miles or your J life! .
e local department answers from Chattahoochee where the \NE: quarter of sec. 29. twp weekly; lHHlienvltneHM Ave, Jxsk.unvllle, Flnrlda.Atty. t
Sunday \ hand and the deal of
my
I mge of 60 alarms annually they had visited Mrs. J. M. Gil 6 S, range 22 E. said Court at "Htarke, Florlitit. this \ for. J'lf. 814.45.8122In
( Involved having a Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Edwards of 2tlh' day of July, A I>. 1950 I _
p property Christ since Tuesday.En NEAL' ) A. J. THOMAS McGRIFF
( .. J !
G. ItI
,.
(
\\ioi of approximately J15O- route from their home in Bradford County to W. M. Ed- A.. Clerk of said Circuit Court Circuit nlr.
torltln hanrery
[ Property damage was held wards of Starke. The N'i of theSE IIolIlK V. Knight Starke. Florida.Attorney Mnnliel flat I>. Verdiiiro Plaintiff' y.. ,
Lake Worth to visit other rela- for Plaintiff .
71211: 4t 8118
for them quarter of sec. 31, twp. 6 S, I r..tty VerdUtfo. pefendentrMHe .
istimated $10,000
Florida
,
tives In Hendersonvllle N. C., Mr Vo Ion I Temple Ave. & Pratt St. Starke,
range 22 E. In Circuit (0""'. nrnddtrd County, ....
of Pabllcalloa A.I..el. Tow
Order .1
and Mrs. K. W. Parks and their Klorldnt In < hnnrerr.MarRaret .
e! citizens tend to take the overnight visit. Ervlna Rennolda of Starke to W. Flowers Plaint Iff. v.. <
I too much for son, George, were Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carratt of John -Wallare Flowers liefendent
Department ors of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. String- Order or Pnbtlrntlnn Anil Votive. '1'.
led another Starke. The NW cor of block 30 ..... ,
and like many .P. MI'A'IK OK 1"1.0111" TO 1!
fellow / M
not Friday. of the original town of Starke In John Wallace Flowers, whose reeldence J 7 7I
.WU often fully :
appre- this and address la tTnlenovnYuo
For several days during :
d until needed. Every time sec. 28. twp. 6 S, range 22 E are required. to appear on i
Cahoon of Homestead
week Frank Lorena Epperson -<>f Bradford August 21, ID50 In1 the above named :
t Imirance premium is paid Harold Sickle Court and wherein I
and Mr. and Mrs. cause, plnlntlfleeeke
\\\a\ It would be well to re- and I Cr.unty to Mr. and Mrs. John divorce Pradforil County MORE TOURISTS
t that it would be much and their daughters. Nancy Magyar of Starke. Tract of landIn Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn
r
Frances of Miami were visitors of next four weekly 'iHHtienWltnem
of the S> of the
NW
rlt it were not for Starke's the cor. 4 my hand and offlilal Heal
Mr. and Mrs. .M E. Griner. NE quarter of the SW quarter of at starke, Florida this July 1". 1960.
rely equipped and efficiently Following a beneficial stay at (OFFICIAL SEAL[ ) A. J. Thomas
|iil d Fire Department. eec. 3, twp. 8 S, range 22 E. As Clerk of said. Court.
Hot Springs Arkansas, M. D. Mr. and Mra. L. W. Batten of By Myrtle T Peaver Deputy t Clerk ,
T Frank Iwindrum, illarke.: FloridaAttyi. I .
Carter of Lake Worth arrived Sat-
Starke to Henry-Griffis of Starke. for Plf. 7121 4t Rill
urday to visit his son-in-law and The E of the NE
%
quarter
[ATE FARM daughter Mr. and Mrs. W 0 ,. (Irenlt .......,. Rrndfwrd ('...n'", -
of the NW quarter of the SW Florida In Chancery.Hrneellne yy.d.at, l1,

Hy I Ant Bryan,Whitfield Strlngfellow.;! Other guests of Mr ntiarter of sec. 14, twp. 6 S, range : M. KthrlilKe., Plaintiff v.. .
Ure.: Stringfellow during the Ernest M Kthrldce, Defendant FOR FLORIDAJL7oR
land 22 E.
I I Cane No 5008. ..
weekend were Air. and Mrs. Bob Order sf FnhllentloB A." NetlceleAppear.
i J U Williama is a patient Barkley and their children Mar. ,,'I'\TK OK FI.OHIIIt TlbErnest
i St. Vincent's Hospital I SCOUT NEWS M Ethrldite, whose renlilenieand i
go and Mike and Miss Melba address In: lit 1, Box 931 Hullla -
DIme, having undergone ann of Jacksonville. Oeornla.You .
Stringfellow
!b there Monday. Friends Sroutsmaster Jack Trawick.an. are required to appear on
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell mov- the above named ...
''or nounces that regular meetings of August 21, 19&0 In -..
a speedy recuperation. .
ed to Starke where they Court and cause, wherein plaintiffeeekn
Williams was with relatives Monday Boy Scout Troop 70 have been resumed divorce and restoration of r
will now reside. Mr. Sewell has maiden "m". Bradford County
and will be held each
I and Mrs. V. V. Flowers inpnillle ,:
Telegraph' shall' publish this OrderIn
accepted a responsible position : YEARS this Company hat exerted every
.
during the first few Thursday night at 8 o'clock.All next four eeKly laaueaWltnenii ,

I of Mrs. Williams' hospitallMr -! with the executive department of boys interested in Scoutingare at Htarke my, hand Florida and this nfflilnlreal July effort to increase the flow of tcurist-trivel to Florida Sine

Bradford County. invited to Join the Troop In .
and Mrs. J. B. Segree 20 1950.IOFFICIAi. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner spent time to take part in the fall pro- ( SEAM A. J. Thoman 1921 when the first Florida gasoline tax went into effect-w. '
imy have been here with Ail Clerk of aalcl, Court
II. C. Williams during their Sunday in Palatka as guests of gram of activities. I By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk have collected $125,000,000 in taxes for the State-much of which s
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Relnau. Charlea R. !).... t04-
r.. When returning to their homes In Circuit 4......'. Mrndferd (...ITiKlorlilel ,. .BldK Plf.Jacksonville 7IJ141IIUla Florlnn.Atty ( ,4 has been used for the construction and maintenance of Florida's
F ud Mrs. Mack Sweat had !. kuneerr. for

PIT guest Sunday the latter's Monday following a weeks' say at Herman Feblee. Plaintiff .Cane". EBtre.la No.. rirralt ......... Bradford rimnlr.,, fine network of highways.
Orange Lake Mr. and Mrs. F. G. H. FebleH, Defendant. .
r". Johnny Hollingsworth of Florldni la 4 kaneery.Almeta
Beavers and Mr.. and Mrs Maxey : end VetlreAppear. IS Andreas OQuIn Plaintiff, e
etttllle]) of Americus. Georgia and Mr and Irder of. urtlK PuMlrellom OF FMIRIII4 ,..lEstrella n. Robert 8005.Order J.. O'Quln r>efendent.Cane . Standard Oil and its dealers were first to provide a network )

PPsUiy*, 1 IJI extended to Mr and Mrs. J. W. Beavers and their son, 1121 Amsterdam K Fehleii, whore Avenue reetdence New No Of PnkllenUea And 1o E. I.
[ Griner in the recentof STATE their close kinsman S. of Tallaase Alabama, :were Mrs.the York You, N are Y.:required to .rp...r on J. OQuIn, whose reMdenc4. motor tourist could secure the products, services and ontheroadconveniences Stfini 01 fMrlsf. eenrUj* ha routed molor.trip to
and
p n of Jacksonville. There luncheon guests of Mr. he needed. Florid for thounndi of tourids. sine Ihle map' I

l a rvice In Jacksonville with W. N. North. D. mailing service wu Iniuguiaicd. Ink In 1929. II

Pot following in Melrose. Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. W'.". were the first petroleum marketer to offer tourists a

lid Mrl. Griner attended both Sellers were hosts at a fish supperat in the thirty !
ea. their home. Their guests included comprehensive road-map of Florida-and past years

lets Patsy_ and Lois Irene the Rev. and Mrs. Hornet have distributed over 9,000,000 of these Florida road-maps free i ')

(Orlando) came Wednesday't Swlndall and their little son to motorists. marl' i'
their Anthony Mrs. Emily DenmarkMrs. r n '
respective paternal
maternal grandparents Mr. W. S. Johns and Miss Dorothy We were among the first to offer the motorist the convenience ss.aaa

rr 1 R H. Cox and :Mr. and Johns all of Starke, and rN J ; of a touring-service, and since 1929 Standard Oil Touring ;
'. M. has been at the"Y" f,1( I I
Ie Oak Bradley.Joined Cynthia her cousins Cox Patsy camp Kucera at Immokalee since Saturday I 17 oft4' ** Service has.routed (free) tens of thousands of motorists to Florida.


:M was the guest of Mr. having gone for a twc Each month, the Standard Oil picture '

1'1 aCox from Saturday un weeks' stay. carries of the beautiful and interesting'T'
Mrs. S. R- ttob.on of Tamps \ ia cad/ ,, South" pictures many

r and l.trs. Marlon Crews Jr., Mrs. P. S. Crews and Mr. and Mrs things to sec in Florida, to over two hundred thousand readers.

ow..
"' "* "4

County Value Show Slight Gain TRACTOR has thePROOFMETER .... PfcttrU.... Standard Oil row!.map* are deeigiwlla

only the FORD We are proud to be an integral part of Florida. In 1949. this encourage ...tourist to eat ill of Florida. Over

*. Ver8l1 reported by Ta" .been dlMribvted. 1..ln. 90 *.
Increase U value of $16.213 was Board of Company's Florida salaries and commits ions additions to and 9.000.1100late .peel year r
P10' Guy Andrews lo submitting hi. new tax roll to the

.:' nilsBloners on July 15. maintenance of Florida plants and equipment licenses and i -

;'Ii wmparison of the new values f if 1950 and those in effect last taxes, including product taxes which we collected and paid to

Is follows: State of Florida authorities, amounted to over srvtntttn million f I
1950

Nonexempt: Real Estate .U29.820 1949 2.358.805 Now Standard Equipment on Every Nw Ford Tractor dollars. t j


'ta11I'ead'inonal' A Property TelelTaph' 1,11X706 8TO.J60 1424,895 866,798 BUY ON PROOF Instead of Promises! We are also proud of the fact that Standard Oil products lead t


-- performance-before you buy .. ,.".JMif, with F-.w. molaiste.l jf Ii
about
----------- 4.350.498. Why glleu i uactot :-' ,

b. 44:' '::,$' au.a&6 : Of 4114? r- bay 1 New guesswork is 110 Jon, U e 4! .Twlt......... I ... ........ -. I
ASseu : ; for thee shows "formft,
r .a1.o. Msll altkd the r"ac.mtonnatIGa Ford Tractor ProofMetertffieientj ,
11 .. The new
COMPANYKINfUCKY
lh ""' OIL
Board: right .before STANDARD
and tconomy '
Value of wholly exempt 113720.00 on the dashboard. Jr will" ( f .

Value 1 1. Board lands 6040.00< your eyeS Meter- I i
this Proof- : iKnrs doe :
Value 120.00 pay you to see 5 "SMsis SsstV -MI, pktar* resale

Value n m- x land tax eertf.. .. 2,244,70060 TODAY! Only the Ford Tractor has itj IBM* iklo js .. eee *nd d. Ia Florida to erect tw.

Homesteads ...&..Uii a..nd. toirtnera re...'. each Steen..iiii fc.


'1'IIe' Total exempt valuea' ,'s&s; ; 'so Dixie Equipment Co., Inc. 54i .d Eeee a $9944 )

7u state- 1,
I: Asses** concluded his report with the following Main &c. OabaBftUJe, n--
1026 So. '

Tle total county valuation of which $2.36-f.580.oo / / A wSr.rteH..rr.se.
Is ,715.078.00 t

11 00.0o0'Percent'III Is 1949 exempt.to 12,244.700.00 Homestead In 1950 exemptions-a net Increase Increased of from*88- .. -, , \ Phone 85 K. G. DUNCAN, AGENT SUrke, Fla. II II1i




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PAGE FOl7t _R'TAT---.-'_ BRADFORD COUNTY" TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAT_' Arct"S1
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.. v.. Fishing By Air ': Miss Charlene Butler Weds Robert C. GrayIn Swimming ClassesIn

Is Newest NoteIn Tampa Church Ceremony On July 21 stMiss I Second Period

.. 1 Outdoor LifeIt I Tile second period of Red Crofls He'l EnjoyBatt Grai

,_ r Swimming classes began Monday
seems that the ultramodernway Strickland's landing on Kings-

/ :> to go fishing: and hunting In ley Lake.

the remote and virgin territoriesof I Jack Trawick, Red Cross Water

RenlilenrePh. I this country l Is by the use of Chairman for Bradford
June Caldwell)) ori<'e Safety St rm
State Farm 45 Editor I'bone 29 seaplane, requiring no airport or I County, reminds the public that the
I landing strip, since any fair sized classes will continue until school
---------- lake or river will serve the purpose
------- opera the last of this month. There

Methodist WSCSThe hostess served refreshments to I The flying sportsman l Is now' I la no charge for the instruction and

the thirteen members present. I reaching out to the remote part' all boys and girls over the age of
of the country In search of better I six years are Invited to attend.
circles of the Methodist fishing and hutlng. Canada's vast Attendance during the first two-

Women's Society of Christian Service Junior Club virgin areas are favorite spots week period ran around 123: dally,

met on Monday afternoon at Has Swim Party with seaplanes ranging far In r with busses bringing students from _,, ._
"3:30: o'clock for their regular pro- short time to reach Inaccesslbl Lawtey, Brooker, and Lake Butler, The

gram and social meetings. Members of the Junior lake that would require weeks of aa.well aa Starke.
Circle One met In the home of Woman's Club enjoyed the an travel by any other means. ,: ,.I\

the president, Mrs. Titus Olson. nual luncheon and swimming party Florida Is another area that har ': :" ",'';,!'"'''' I REM 1 N

Arrangements of roses placed at I on Thursday of last week at I many '"hidden" lakes where flah ''1\\'' FAST RELIEF ham GTO N IMS!!

points throughout the home were the officers Club on Klngaley Lake. Ing la the same today as It wa -,,- .. IT l

used in decorating for the occa- Guests were greeted on the when the Brut white man stepped' PRICKLY HEAT THE ONLY OrriCJ TYPEWRITER IN
sion. patio by Mrs. H. H. Adam, pre foot on Florida soil. PERSONAL

In the absence of the chairman, ident of the club. To illustrate this modern method DIAPER RASH H.'l1 be proud of the quiet beauty
Mrs. W. E. Mldclleton led the business Summer flowers were arrangedon .. ft*. ell;gn. the ell Iht
If fishing, last week Roy BrownIng CHAFINGITCHINGTIRED tore Nazi hitp ip:tiJ typ- Remind new try i;ot
following Po"able
session and presented the the tables and throughout the of the Keystone Airpark ..... Typewriter
manager
program: "Clementina club house as decorations for this and Ranch, and a friend SORE FEET sew MlrMli Toft Joya JOI&11 bsause be: proud of ira of the better lra'-'
Mrs. D. E. l*t> and east' tabulator finer, f'tler'
Butler" given by affair Sam Wilson of Ca. q ear (' h. 'dpi fornaance ,1'10' t
: Students
Waycrosa .
tram Uw
I rs "'+,' Mediuted; LYCO BO-R.OLgivei stops kiybotftf.N .bo'
reading "Chickens orChildren" :;::.., typr pip
Knight; a ltctcee
A lovely luncheon was served on were skimming acrons the quiet amazing relief promptlyfrom wl SlmplHM Ribbon dudes,_* three avenge/bon
by Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. the patio to the members of the surface of Lake. float ChMigtr. mom you emelunj. 1%
Crystal The tttltr
heat in .
had prickly diaper ribbon ,In 30 MO- R..Ji". 'Zoi'"t..:_
Mrs. E. K. Perryman chargeof club, prospective members and of the seaplane broke clear of I rash, chafing, itching, and ones.. .10 dIttelspnl' S .U...,..8'.".. barng ,,,w.rlN..I '
the devotional using a portionof out-of-town guests. the water at 9:30: A. M. and thev other minor skin irritaiioni.Don riitftMltt4 sere brier JH Arilbmrbc /
COM
the 11th chapter of St. Mark. The remainder of the afternoon were off on a course that ;wouldtake not dinolv, or clog the porn, but iclintlflnntli, comfort, eliminate:nen. ffinger From aa article' rIj,
Mr. Olson displayed a chart,I was spent with groups playing them to an Inaccessible lake sup on the akin-giving a cool, velvetyamoothncif. Hipping m key*. Wis in R..w: br Albert
lining the theme of conference year, bridge and canasta with others that, for want of better name Used by doctor and hoepitilt from S,600l MIll Seriery D"J'."'coal l

"Enlarge, lengthen, Strengthen." enjoying sun and swimming.. might be called "Lost Lake" About iiicctufully for over 20 pure :.
During the meeting Mrs. Ernest 13: minutes after leaving Keystone Mali. your akin. happy today. Get LYCO- Fries ma r_a low $79.SO pies red.Iz.Tes.Detsqv.einflacw

Dustin was welcomed as a new BO-ROL at your drugitore. Your money
Beta Airpark, the seaplane mooredto
member.At Sigma Phi was back if your' not completely, ..,iI.d.;
an old cypress In this comparatively BRADFORD COUNTY
the clone of the meeting Mrs. Met Here MondayThe unexplored fisherman's paradise TELEG
v = 1
Olson aerved delightful refresh
1t 1
; the rubber boat was inflated ,r
ments to the 11 members present. Gamma Theta Chapter of and Browning and his friend Telephone. 29 Starki
Beta Phi will hold its bimonthly
Sigma
Wilson
had nailed their first baas
Circle Two :with Mrs. L. D. meeting Monday night, -the time only 20 minutes after .. .. .
Green as leader and Mrs. J. B. August 14, at 8 o'clock at the leaving the Airpark.In .
Cottrell as hostess, met In the I home of Louise Walnwright. All
approximately two hours the
parlor! of the education_ buildings! members are urged to be present. fishermen had obtained the limit. /ft
Mrs. Green presided during toe p .
with one old base I
grandad weighing
abort business I18l1 lon. Miss Kate I: Baptist W.M.U. 13 pounds and 4 ounces, and Charlene Butler daughterof Windham Mrs. R. L. Meeks, Jr. ac'i
S-truth acted as secretary and Miss were back eating breakfast at the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Butler of Mrs. R. G. Harrington. Miss Jewel i
Amy Coburn gave the treasurer's Met Tuesday Tampa, and the Rev. Robert C
Airport at 8:30: A. M.. This large Mobley and Mrs J. H. Sims.
report. Gray, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
The Buslneea Woman's Circle bass had an estimated weight of They wore gowns of pastel faille
Mrs. A. Wood gave a devotional held Its 19 pounds when caught aa a'tIJIh C. Gray, also of Tampa, were, taffeta with picture hats and carried
.
using the subject. "Faith In Prayer. regular meeting Tuesday united In marriage on July 21 In ,
will lose nosegays of asters In colon
night at the Educational from 1O to 13: percent of
." Prayers were offered by Mrs. Baptist the Buffalo Avenue Baptist Church
Doi
matching their Foods
Its Little
weight after being out of the \ gowns.
Building with Mrs. J. D. Doyle /
A. Wood, Mrs. J. W. White and of that city. ] Sharon
MIllS I presiding In the absence of Mr. water for a couple of hours. I Widencamp, cousin of the
Olive Ray ''R. B. Alvarez, circle chairman. Yes this la the modern to A, program of prenuptial music bride attended aa flower girl.
Mrs. Cottrell had charge of theprogram. way ,was presented by William Head :' The Rev Bill Moflltt was tht
reach the
Business hidden
I Included announcing the areas of our vast
She used as her topic, organist and Jerry Dot Clemens)( best man, and
"Ml slons to South America." nominating committee as appointed 'I country hunting and Indulge In fishing and and Edward Saxon vocalists I the Rev. James groomsmen Sims, the were Rev, Famous For Freshness and Vd
At the close of the meeting Mrs. by the circle chairman. equally as good aa the
Cottrell, assisted The committee Includes Mrs. J. I pioneers of yesterday It Is not Given In marriage by her uncle. J. H. SIble, the Rev. Malcolm
by Mrs. H. C. '
T. R. Weaver the bride
a' Smith the
wore Rev. David
Elmore and
Ritch and Mrs. O. L. Farber D. Doyle, Mr H. C. Broadway, 1 uncommon to be invited to dinner
gown of Ivory satin made with a A. Arnold. James w "yrr1011A
I at the home of Sims nephewof
Mrs. M. I
served delicious Lawson, Mrs. E. F.I a flying sportsman
Iced tea, sandwiches yoke of lace.
Her full
I and be Chantilly the bridegroom, was ring
Miles served
and cake to the twelve and Miss Dorothy Ro s. moose and caribou
length veil of illusion was bordered bearer.
members The officers will be voted on and steaks from animals that were
present I Installed at the September meet- I roaming the wilds of North Canada with Imported lace, and she I Following the ceremony a reception ,
Circle ThreE't;;:; Monday afternoon Ing. I a comparatively few hours betore. ,wore a coronet of seed pearls and was held at the Seminole j:'

at 3 o'clock at the home of After the meeting the hostesses I I orange blossoms. She carried a Garden Center

Mrs. T. It. Slaile, lender, who presided -" served refreshments to 22 members -, bouquet of white carnations cen When they departed on their :-X

over the meeting. and: guests The hostesses ]Rotary Votes To tered with an orchid. i wedding trip to points of interest l\lEl.o.nrr
Open Ming Armese Butler attended'her
The devotional waa led by Mrs.I were' Mrs. E. L. McfCnlght.( Mrs. |j' in Florida, Mrs. Gray travel.
E. L. Matthews who used aa her Shirley Pullet, and Mrs. S. C. Wise ]Blood Bank AccountThe sister as maid of honor, wearing led In an aqua suit with wnltt, Cuban LargoAvocados '!

subject, "Forglvenens," based Mrs. Shirley Pollet gave the de a pink faille taffeta gown and 'and brown accessories.Mr. 1 CHEES

the ninth verse of the first chapter onl I votional and led the unique program Rotary Club voted'to open ture hat of nyoln net. Her PIc-I' and Mrs. Gray will residein 10c 'l\\ v
of John.It entitled, "Are you on a I an account In the local blood bank was a cascade of blue Hampton where he is pastor of\\ ea. -

was announced that Mrs. Diet T" Rev. L. D. Haines spoke! I and the members, were asked tc Bridesmaids were Mrs. H. ,FFastPaced the FIrst Baptist Church. j

Slade would have charge! of placing on highlights of The Baptist World :|go at their 'con"enlence.lUtot. deposit J -. -,-_ Vine Ripened JumboCantaloupes19c f
flowers In the church during Alliance\ Congress held In Cleveland ; bood In the bank for the use I 2 loa lb.89c!

August.At Ohio, last month which lie c of members 'of their familea, or Drama burdened with a load of narcotics

the close of the meeting the and Mrs Haines attended. c charity patients. Booked At Park Pursuit by the other dope mob t11i\ j

This action. hu th.. *.1i.H *rtllA..... lan leader provides a series of situa
"
: tions complete with hair breadth N. Y. STATE AGED COLORED)
address by W. J. Stock of "Borderline," a Universal-Inter KENTUCKY WONDER .
Future Farmers the North Florida Blood Bank whc escapes for the couple who,
Keystone ChurchTo discussed the Importance of blood national release which comes to after fallng in love :with each POLE CHEESE lb.
Buy New TractorThe Have RevivalAn In case of atomic disaster the Park Theatre Sunday, Mon. other, learn to despise each other BEANS, Ib. -' 17c ; -

The program In day and Tuesday, co-stars Fred before their mission Is accomplish.
Bradford FFA Chapter recently old fashioned revival at Key Dr. A. Y. Covington.was charge of MacMurray and Claire Trevor ed; the fact that both had the Large Bunch CARROTS lOc BURDEN'S WY-CCT CHIESE

purchased a Model A Farm stone Heights Baptist Church Is and combines suspense and comedy same mlsion to fulfill brings abouta I

all tractor from the Florida Motor to begin Wednesday, August 19. Florida In proportions that tax an aud- devoutely Hoped-for happy end Large Elberta SPREAD .
Equipment Co., of Gainesville 1 "The public Is Invited to come and Building ience's: capacity for thrills an' I ing. PEACHES,. Ib e e -15c
hear R. L. Franklin preach the old Shows No Sign laughs. I
to be used on the demonstrationfarm. I Fresh AP WISCONSIN CHEESE:
time gospel, condemning sin and Green
CABBAGE Ib
'I Sc
The usual
Of plot of "Borderline"haa e -
Leveling Off NOTICE!
magnifying the Lord. He was for
to do with a Los Angeles Notice to debtor and creditor'
The chapter's farm ( which some year missionary and evangelist of the estate. of CHEDDAR lb.
on an I Instead of leveling off, aa pre- policewoman who goea into Mexico Dodd deceased Lillian to May file (Ionarwer Thompson Seedless or Red Malaga -
the Cumberland rout
through ,
option has been taken, but the final for the Narcotics Bureau to claims. aalnat the elate with B
Mountains He 1* now pastor at dicted by some experts, Florida's K. Ferryman, GRAPES
Judge
of Brad lb.
transaction not closed Is uncover activities of a dope baron 19c
yet ) ''I I Waldo, Florida. construction continues ford County Florida, within elrht - KRAFT SLICEDCHEESE
on the upswing and who falls in with calendar : : ,
comprised of 300 acre of timber,, a a top mem. month from the flat
I "He believes that people still according to a reliable In bar of a rival dope peddling mob publication of this notice, lia-vlna; !
pasture, and Improved lands 1 located need to confess their sins toward claim. duly sworn to, or laid claim FIRM RIPETOMATOES. /2lb.A&P's .
dex-the connection of new electrical with .whom she starts for the will b. barred' by Statute of Lim .
about three miles northwestof God and have faith In the shed services United States as a man and wife itation This June 30th, 1BSO. ,
Starke. blood of the Lord ,Janus Christ Jr;-eO'iok J. Dodd_, Executor Ib. 19c
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Figures released -
this
Begin now to make your plans to week by own TUBBUTTERIb.
New Jewelry Shop hear him and worship God. Come the _Florida .Power A Light Company r .1,

with us and ;we will do you good," .now that in its statewide MAGICALLY EASY COOKIES MAKECHILD'S { .
service area, 2,734 new electric -
the church
announcement said.CARD ,
Ray Marlin, who for the past .
service connections "SuperRight"CLOSETRIMMED
were made
}j.ll wU associated!; Vtt.H.: Hollywood t OF THANKSI during July, compared to 2,121 In LUNCHEON MEMORABLE "Famous For Fine BORDENS CREAM

Camera &: Gift shop as am deeply grateful to all of July ()f last year. The IncreaseIs

Watchmaker, this Week Opened a my friends and the friendly pea Is per cent. Flavor Juicy
watch: and jewelry repair shop under TPltcJ.rCHEESE pkg. -
the "Marlin ple who expressed their sympathy "Every month of this year has_ I PM and \ ,
name Factory
and contributed in many ways to shown more new electric
service
Service" In the Green building at comfort me In my bereavement.I .1 connections made than In the cor va MEATS Guarantee! of Sat!.-

126 N. Court St. do sincerely thank you and may I F 1 responding month "of last year," ANN PACJE;

Mr. Marlin features guaranteed God bless you...Mrs. H. C. Boyer J. H. Dupre manager of the action.
repairs to watches, watch bands 'I
Blanding District, declared. "In
MARY Sl'SAN FOGG SALAD DRESSINSHOULDER
clocks. Jewelry, pens and lighters.;
the
first
of seven months of this "SUPER RIGIIT''LAMB
He wil make repairs to factory Mr. and Mrs Jewett C. Fogg -
the birth of a year, Florida Power & Light connected
Starke announce
merchandise without
charge guaranteed If the manufacturer's warranty daughter, Mary Susan oft August 22,105 new electric services, M f I 'yy I CHOPS Ib. 85c Qt.49c PI."SUPERRIGHT"
slip la presented within the 6, in St. Vincent's Hospital In aa against 18.924 for the same per - .

guarantee period Jacksonville. Mr. Fogg la the former iod last year. This year's gain
Miss Delorea Fitch. lover,j last year's U 168 per cent.

.. | "New electric services connectedare WHITE IIOUSE EVAI'OKtTED:
=- =-= BRISKET STEW Ib.
a reliable Index to the number -! 35c MILK tall can .
of ,
I' new buildings completed,
.r al .,,MF
The Washeteria ,, and our figures,, certainly reflecta "SUPER-RIGHT" PLAIN or SELF RISING

activity Very favorable In Forlda's and construction encouraging" CHUCK STEAK Ib. lana Flour 25 Ib. 1
69c
Is now equipped to complete your clothes Mr. DuPre continued. ,

"Florida Is busier than ever, and NO. Jii/ CAN
It should be pointed out that the "SUPER-RIGHT Lamb Square Cut

DRY building being completed are not [ona Peaches .

the result fit a current anf.!*!* Hv SHOULDER Roast Ib.--73c

builders to-beat:- -p.ibir;;; war restrictions Sib.i i"SUPERRIGHT" CAN

This\ Increase has been .
Ready to put array or iron! -- SHORT SHANK Dexo Shortening -
due to normal plans mad months NOURISHING meals are,of coarse, I Mix sweetened condensed milk\
ago.by builders to meet the healthy the school child's peanut butter, and any one of the COOKED Picnics lb.
growth of our state," the health. Bat they must be temptingtoo five Ingredients listed above. Drop 55c NUTLEY COLORED
Manager said. ; all the nourishment In the by! teaspoonfuls onto well-greased .
world does not do any good nnlese baking: sheet. Bake to moderate OLEO, lb. -
We can BOW thoroughly bunder 9 pounds of your clothing New residences accounted for It la eaten.Crnncby oven (175*7.) U minutes or call Sliced Liver Cheese Vi lb. 30c

ha I only 40 minute for Just 40 cents-No extra charge most of the new electrical connections cookie: and creamy custard brown Remove from pen at Gac..' AP GRADE A SLICED
Mr DnPre explained. This\ both enoek-full of nourishment Makes about 10 Macle Cookies.k : Outer Cut '
,cc IiM.Netgv If eleetred.a' ae> .ae m> *..,t 2 -.
eMad2dee with ndaeel ei r1e srea4eattat ai > see easy mfcstt I Pineapple I No.'saoa11. can

. ,.".t.. rj.( '?, tt.-. ", ?:.r4t'a i .J )7Cwr-ray, &- .' geaatateaea a.traae5 '.terra TM.f.eyM-etapetp feta*>.>. i ..*t.*MHar sodaeae0 fanwr. .,., ....Sefi. ewrr us0ksomibola 5Jleed'-- Boi! Ham, H.Ib... a .or.<' _>70c. ,

Our new DRYING SERVICE fakes only 30 estra let, totaling |rT(,778.eeff for the I I condensed milk.Sweetsned "T npr not Ian :YL90:
first six months of 193O-a big I condensed milk taoald > *.*., well-beaten Spiced Lunch Meat M$ lb. .
minutes costs only 20 cents! : 1/4 teaapoon salt e 32c CRISCO Ib. _
gain over the I103.837.00O! for the > not ke confused with evaporated 1 teacpooa vanilla er dealredflavortngf 1 ,

same period of last year milk from which water has been SWIFTS CLEANSER w He
"To meet the anticipated con tall.., bat to which no sugar has Mix weetened condensed milk'
tinued been added. Be sore, when a recipe cad hot water la top of doable Cashmere Bath
Increase in demand for electric calls for It, to nee aweetened Bouquet, - 12e
condensed boiler Add and
then
Brine Your Laundry To service, we installed seven milk. eggs set top
part of doable boiler over hot water.
new generators sine the :war and Magle' QuUk-MIx Cookies. Keep water well below boiling point Camay Soap, Reg - 8e

The WASHETERIA we will add additional generator l-l/ eu.... "1.-. sal sweetened (about 700 P.) and custard at iso.r.
at strategic locations this year and 1/1 eend.n..d cup peanut recta hotter Stir custard constantly until mix- DREFT - - 27e
next year. We even have on order Any see o1 _tkee tare coats spoon and baa thickneeeof
THOROUGH ECONOMICALTemple I cup chopped" sat .....ynu cream. Remove at once from
still
QUICK another generating unit Lifebuoy Soap Bath
S ease .l.re...4 eceam heat. Add w e He I
sad
which will' \ be located In 1932 S cvpaB ......,.. salt Savoring ChtILOaraJiB
Ave. -o- Starke, Flat. ... flake with meringue U desired.Makee .
eu. corn
whenever required by Florida'* S ups chopped datee' : 2 cape. OXYDOL w e - 27e 300 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.J
"
I growth, Mr. DuPre said. --- ,
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11. ,.?0
.-. .rG'.T BRADFORD COtJUTV TELZT.RAriT, STARKi*. no.mA I .A --- -

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Pat Casey made a business trip new life-witti one or more serious |I Rites By Myrtle T. Denver n C I
to Ocala Sunday. handicaps. > Wednesday T. Frank l-amlrum, Mtarke, lilorldaAtty. I!
for rif. '
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Sullivan and Many of the imperfection of, For Ray Waters Rill 4t | j jl I
tilt''
family spent Sunday In Jackson. early childhood could be corrected ')
ville. if discovered Ray' D Waters a native of Ral.I rircnlt' r' nrt. Hra in the life of
early ford KlorlilNi In I';....:. I
Misses the child |' and a resident of Deland for Nettle ...
June and Dorothy Patel! and treated promptly.Whtle llnrlinur. I'lnlntlff. v Thomas
9 THE t+lEWSand 11* years. died suddenly Tuesday Rarbour.I'efendent.1 OaMe-Nt>. tale
spent last weekend in Daytona the parents' budget wouldbe In < Order of l>.kllr nte,4 Nntlr. T. I Indicated To Community Service -
Camilla O..
from Incurred j
Beach. strained I injuries ..,. l
by the extra expenseof n> Ml' rN OK FI.eR111TD
.. :' "Mo>lr" ArtBetter Than
.. in an automoble accident Thoman lli.rlx-ur, whon* rnnliteno
E".r"f
Miss Garnlta Hutto loft Monday, t medical checkup advantage near that I la: Ito,".. 4, U.." 8S, Clanton, Ala I f
Hutto andrenotJarka Mrs O. B. Sullivan and Mrs. for a (two week' should be taken of hospital or j] city early Sunday morn- bama: ,
Mre vacation trip to clinic facilities in ; Ing Waters was on his way home You Hrirntilrd In appear on BIIItetnher Saturday, Aur.( 12 ONLY Tues. & Wed., Aug. 15 & 16
Sun- Dewey Williams the community.! :
,' -wille spent spent last Satur Washington D. C. at the time of the accident. Other I M., "19&n. In the above named
day In Palatka.Mr. | Everett McKinney Among the handicaps dome Court and .."...., wherein plaintiff -DOt'RI.1: FF.tTI'Rr.- ,
starke spent several <>< > upanta of the car escaped with sack. divorce. rTadfonl County
D HardY had as herleSi and Mrs. W. E Dowling, | days this week visiting in Daytona face are poor eyesight' 1mpal..d r 'minor injuries Telegraph' | shall puWlleh this Order

J. E M. t. Tl1gbot left last weekend for two Beach and Palatka. hearing faulty posture A In next four weekly lMaueVltneHn Gene
Frida) Mrs a week) I veteran of World War II \ mv hanil and official. seal
vacation In New York | Mrs J. L. Anderson and little speech defects. Injured hearts 'i Waters v.as a member of the First at Htarke. Kltirliln, thla August 6'1 RYltte I ef t
Gainesville SOOFFICIAL
Ire.a Clearance<< I>-lla'" Hummer Drew. Clearance, i I Mike Anderson returned Sunday nervous and. behavior disorders, ;, Christian Church of Deland. the 19( RIC,1T.) A, J. + dH
".8nnmwr J after upending a week rel- diseased tonsils, foot deformities Masonic An Clerk nf .....Tllum"1
j& DrewM that visiting Lodge and American
S1.98 to $14.96yon' were $'.98 to 11.111) ( Le- .... .
Wv T. n
uere Myrlli
)
and
that/ atives malnutrition. |
$3. *6' and $*. ARE NOW M $5, SO and $7. in Cnhrleston. S. C. I, gion He was an employe of the R. K 1..vmlllIal'k., .. FloridaAtlys
$-I. I Mrs. M. F. Brown has as her Any of these "childhood deficlen-j, Coca-Cola plant for 15 for Plf. I k I f
last Gunga Patel has years.
spent returned from 'I
Hardy I Sill: 4t IIIYf
'I Janet Palatka guest this week her mother Mrs. clea", if undetected and allowed to| Surviving are one daughter Ray
where '
daY tin* her grandparentsand slje! spent several I J. J. Fitzgerald, of Tampa. go unchecked will not only Impede Frances Waters of Jacksonville -AND-.

and ,. 0 w' Barry of weeks with her slater, MI'1I. Marge! I Complete. photographic' Hen IreIlollyxMMul educational progress/ but frequently and a sister Mrs Edna Davis of 1 1I
Galloway.
Net I i Camera Gift !Shop means serious Illness later Miami. I : I 1 I IIIEN I p earrM
left Monday Miss Barbara Sue Biggs Florida I \ -- .., .
arnlta Hutto spent opM.Mte| Theatre. Mi. 265 In life. Funeral services were held In \\\P

end I t twi weeks vacation InlIIgton several days this week In Jacksonvllle -./ Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs hadI In every class room, of course the Raiford Baptist Church Wednesday s\\\\ CAREY-RUSSELL r S
visiting her visiting Mr. and Mrs. their ,
O r Dor I guests Sunday Mr. and there are some children who take afternoon at 3 o'clock with

:v lira George Moxley. Pridgeon. I Mrs. Don Prldgeon of Jacksonville all the honors and others who Rev Strickland officiating. Burial I .
Frees area Miss Elizabeth Vause J Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas had was in the ipr
'. and Mre Vlck of Kings never win a single,:: prize because family plot in Connet' I'hale'ae. x."is' .t "Screen"Snap"hot"
week's vacation In tree S. C., Is visiting her uncle,,"'i lea their guest last weekend their they find studying and learning Cemetery under the direction of s, it Is a ttrp idea to M 0 M IpT! It,
\\lng r.oasts
er Haven Lake Wales and and aunt Mr and Mrs E L,.', eon Lowell Douglas of Galnes- dlstuteful or difficult. ,I DeWItt C. Jones.Tornadoes bring your prescriptions I -

m that section of McKnlght. vllle.Mr. But there are so others' directly to a pharmacy If
points many Thurs. & Fri. Aujr. 17 & 18
,
Mrs. and Mrs. George C Whiteof in preicrip- !
Peggy Shaller has as her who have poor school recordssimply Get Call specializing
'
dL Tallahassee and Kilcs Jr., Our tocki of 1/1.i ill ii iflP'. i Illl.Ui.
Ray, .
and Mrs Charles Hardy had guests this week Mrs. W. W of Ashevllle, N C., were guests because they cannot see the For Grid Practice lion fresh* potent ample drugs assure I .. Chun. 4 "King of the) RocketMin" :
and 'I
Fllppln '
Mrs. blackboard il
of this week son Jimmy and daughter or hear what the ',
|* guest Of J. W. White last Wednesday. prompt and precise com &;: "Forky (Chom"| <(n "f6 I
Debbie, of teacher Starting
Nashville Is
Mc.
brother. Jennings Tenn. saying, or they lose a Monday
the
iy', Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Childress pounding of even most ,

Ity of Palatka.Md Miss for Joan Daytona Carpenter Beach left Monday spent last week visiting Mr. great cause deal of susceptibility of time from to school illness.be. I I'I Coach Janv Hobbs urges all complicated. And prescriptions. will: I find- I Sun. & Mon., Aug. 13 & It'W I \ 'lit 'It
N. Pickering where she '
you }1
Childress' Mr. and Mrs.. candidates .
parents for :
the
1950
guests last weekend I will visit Miss Suzanne Ramseyand In moat of these cases, the physical Tornadc our prices no higher than -NOM "'-- 0 ... :)
In their John Childress, Sr.. In Oxford N. football team to meet him at the taw.an ... O _,
Lewis and other friends for several impairments might have been d pay elsewhere.'t ...., '
land Homer days BUS you ,
Mrs. C. I athletic '
field
found and Monday afternoon I
I promptly corrected bya } t1 I
!Ten and Edward Jay all of Mrs. Clarence E. Conklln ol Mrs. Olin White and daughter I thorough preschool medical ex- August 14, at 3 o'clock fot iSrARs I' 1 i

nvllle Beach I I Norfolk Va., arrived Tuesday for Carol are spending this week with' amination and school life could the start of fall practice sessions otv M4.j JP ,

.,. and r.rra. A. E. McKinney., a three weeks visit with her parents friends and relatives in Lake have been plraaanter and slons. Jnt.u 1'IIEMCR11TIONSTenple I 'I It
more
their guests last weekend Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wales, West Palm Beach and I Mo"
ai fruitful for these unfortunate i > | "\'e. 1'h. 70 Hlarkei

| )cKlnney' brother and ais- I Brown of Alton Road. Eagle Lake children from the very first grade. I.. n...... .'....... .... L.hw| Mr. and Mrs. I.. H. Maurice Edwards Jr. was the Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and Florid | |. Ckniirrrr.Mlliam I

[not Jacksonville. honor guest at a birthday dinner son. David attended a show in Board Is Told I I I (\..,,". Kelm H. .Mil, Motherland her In nil. Plaintiff lirfendenl' V.. fJOELMcCREA :':;"T ''O? I ,'
I Clara Peek Mrs. C. H. given Tuesday Jacksonville and were I. Mitt ELLEN DIEW
a evening by Wa Saturday ((1rd.p of ................ A.desmog o : : ?puns I IDEM
I and Mrs. Maude Hall of mother Mrs. J. M. Edwards, at visiting In Worthington Springsand Schools Under 30 I I "....... 11'1'''or.., f "'LOR."* 'TO'I'. . .i (i) a feel STOCKWELl | \'

Ca., spent last weekend their home on West Madison St. Brooker Sunday 'I ''erica Lena Huthfrland. whoa reel.|

nJ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. RItch Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Barry of Mrs. Bertha Pearce left Saturday Should Be Closed Arnre Kiiillntram, la: lION, California Chula. : Vista Prl... Plim latest News A Uutfoxetl' IMim "Screen:! Acto..." Short &

,Ir home on Kingsley Lake. by plane for Clearmont A fu are requtrvil Cart'N>n I ""1"1>. I-IHIU Si LlKtrii". Cartoon
Holllngdworth Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. J. R At its regular meeting here Mon ''"'''" 'I. l 6: In \lshovennx: ': nrd:; j If
accompan-
Calif. ahe will
where several
C. spend
Crews and daughter Marjorie Sue,,,I day the School Board was advisedf Court and fauns, wherein plaintiff
Iby Harry Kellum of Tampa. of weeks vlsitlnrg her soninlawand cache dlvorrs1 llraiirord County, .
Jacksonville were the '
through In Sunday a regulation adopted on March THr-a-rapR. shall publish thin order : : : : : .: .
Sunday '
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. C. L. -
guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. daughter 21, 1930, by the State Board of In not four weekly |H>UIyitnena i8i-t.S'h-
Ji. Tenn. visiting his son Hill i \ my hand and I official, Heal /JEN'"j'Jl.-/i'l'/.S'
Hardy. Education relative ..... and Save
I te the operation at Starke
Florida thin op,
|diughter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. G. Halle had as her III. 1 Nftlf. August
Mrs. H. K. Tyus and establishment and organization of
son. Ken.
i
t flol1lng+worth guests last weekend her sister OKKICIAI. EAL) A. J. Tht.man,
and Mrs. R. F. Demorest neth spent last rlday In Daytona Mrs. W. E. Mitcham and her small schools 'i iThla An clerk .>f ...Id ('oar[
Beech On heir return regulation In effect ,I Ny) Myrtle T. 1'.v.r. ti. ('.
!MIu Ona Demrreat returnedy they Dolores Mitcham.and prohibits li
| daughter, Miss 'I sill 4t 1111
we-o accompanied by Harold Tyus,, the operation of schools __ $10.00 OFF the Regular $49.50 Price of This :
from e. delightful Miss Elaine Mltcham all of I. .'... .
who had spent a week his where the average dally attendance Irralt r n.. ...... f......
Uii vacation which they spent visiting Atlanta Ga.Misses F rlvrl.l., .. h.?,,,,.
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. is less than 30 and does not Thomas l-rwlvo, flulntlff.
luhlngton Roy vn Tulle
D. C.. Philadelphia Katherine and Elaine Col- !'rwl...,
Carter and Bobby Carter -in Day permit the county board to expend .lirfendwnt......... t'ses Nn. Still! Platform Rocker
fork City and South Coven. son returned last Saturday to their order <> .11. And Vi.tl.-r. 'I'. "
tona Beach. funds of the Minimum A'r .
I Conn. several weeks ; .I..J Of PI.ORlllTo I II
home after spending
Tulle
) mg the Bonnie Thomas Friends will be Interested to visiting- their brother-in-law and Foundatioln Program In the oper- adilreHa' Prwlvo.IK: Wl.'who. Molina** re.uien.'n 1'ow la t. Lea.and \V. hare. a I pfol'lcm keeping thin rocker In SAID!: PKIfK '

on Klngaley Lake are Miss 'know that Mrs. W. M. Edward. sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes)i ation of such schools. Approvalfor HO Poor Ieakn, W,1: Kaeiulon. '
It ... .
You
the operation of an Isolated art required to apn.ar on Nt(H-k--ami no .d..rr It offer linurloimroinfort
Newman of Starke Mrs. returned Tuesday from Riverside of Oxford N. C. I Hopleml.er 11, 1 1950! In the above 50'

Newman of Madison and Hospital In Jacksonville where Mrs. J. L. Peek. Mrs. Charlie''' school State Board may be of granted Education by only the "plaintiff""" 'I CnnrtanA.....k. dlvnrf cause. Rredfnrdnest wherein ..nu rt KtjIhiK, and quality ConHi 39 I':

Newman's son-in-law and she underwent a serious eye oper I Hall and Mrs. Maude Hall of New,: tiunty Teleitraph Hhnll ,pulilmh thin .
I' after a consideration of all the flnlcr In fnur ''rll'U..t roikrra M-IIInu for dollar more
ter, Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. ation. She Is recuperating nicely I ton. Ga. were guests of Mr. and facts Including the recommendations UltneHa niv hand weekly and l official|I..u..a., neal

r and daughter, Susan, of and reports that her sight Is con-| Mrs. J. H. Ritch and Mr. and, of the State Superintendent.The -. al 1'tIn, I Slark. Klorlcla. this August II, him the rrgulitr $.:J.I'III price t '

|jn. Nebraska. siderablyimproved., Mrs. Hamilton Ritch from Friday'
I I'I'I following Bradford County OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thnmaa,
0.i'.Summer DreClearnnce..' I c-Uii' Summer Drew Clearance. I through Monday at Klngsley Lake schools A. Clerk of aid/ Court
affected
that acre $7.98 to SU.93. Dresses that were" $7.98 to $11.9.1 I Mrs. T. L. Casey Mr. and Mrs ( : are by this regulation T Frank Iiy Lamlrum Mvrtlii, T Hlnrke Heaver, Klurldn. It r

NOW $-I. $3 $6, and $7.I I ARE NOW $4 $.5. $8 and $7. ', Delbert Casey Miss Judy Casey Graham Elementary School Attya, for Plf Lovely Table Lamps
Dyal are spending gill I 4t 1111 SPECIAL FOU
and Tommy _
(
white)
average daily attendance .
|! .......
Mr. and In (
this week with relatives Court. llmdfnrd funnty,
I94 --19. ." ...111.. li> t ............ / r\LE J'IUCI':
I Every Branch of Mrs. E. D. Thompson of Jackson Brooker Elementary School (Ne- I'oI..ln: A. .litrmill Plaintiff va. linn. I 10 DAYS!
ville at their camp near Oldtown. n-ol. Frenty Jnrmus, Deferment
average dally attendance
INSURANCEl Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter 1949-50-26. ,, -..-..... Of P..MI<-.".>|| \rnil Calm*.No..tle.SOLO T.. 350Se
j Donna Dee returned to their home i j I! Appear. rrvr-K Oy FI.einIUT'0 i
Sampson Elementary School ., :
lloee Prettyarm whoce redden '
here this week after spending a (Negro\ )' average dally attendance','1 ,, and artdremi I In: 1141 Weal| !04 299.5Ruy r
week in Sumter S. C., visiting 194IMI0-2.. Street New York rity. New York t
and Ynu arc nulrrd, to appear on September -
Mrs. Faxon's son-in-law It was recommended and unanimously -I II, 1650, In the annv* named
| daughter, Capt. and Mrs. M. C Court and cause, wherein: plaintiff: : J
C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE approved by the County seeks tutor. Ilraflford. County Thee' Lamps Today!
Ford. Jr. Board that the Graham Elementary : Telrirrnph. shall rtnhllHh this Order
Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swlndal! School be In next tour' weekly" lin.u*.. I
PHONE 146 and son, Anthony and Mrs. W. S consolidated with WunrMM my hand and nfflrla! seal The Famous "Home Comfort"Innerspring "A Smart lamp at a bargain!
the Bradford Elementary Schoo In lit I Htark, Florida this August 11.fI" .
Johns her daughter Miss lawnOFFICIAL
and
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED visited Mrs accordance( with the regulationand ( *I,> A J Thnmaa. '
Dorothy Johns that application be made to A* Clerk of old' Court.Rat. Mattress
Charlie Sellers and Mrs. P. 9.
the State- Board
of
Education ... .
Crews at Raiford last Monday _. : .--: -
through the State Superintendentto -- Use Our Budget Plan
--- afternoon. permit the County Board to Hy S<<,rfa. Single or Double Bed Size

Mr. and Mr. W. C. Sinks and
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Fllppln operate the Brooker Elementary Number and nunitx-rft of ..plne-p unprrlin eull to (:/onui In and let UN help) rise take rare
(Negro) and the Sampson elementary p/ !?FLAIj :

-- -- ville. (Nero) until such time double Hi/0 and. proportionately high umbor to single

8AI.E: 150 acre. 'In Graham. HELP WANTED: Renponnlble as transportation and building TARKE of your nce..l.. I IMlu'

'w Itlni.r'lGood Boa 131. man to care for three year old wo-boy Ing a week here visiting Mr. and facilities could be provided.The .
enke, Fla. '"1 wrlt* five day. a.. week bra-Inning AUK I Mrs W. E. Tllley and Mr. and Mrs annual school budget was FrS.. ., AuC. 11, 12
ItpBALE 14. Leave messages at Bradford,
County Telegraph. lip Rabble Shaller. nnroved as advertised for the DOUBLE FEATURE !
: "."? Rlcycl..In.' good : Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green had asher
bllon' 3&-Marlon public hearing with the exception
Caaaala. '
I",,haute In 'right behind, Tulc'111' F .ohY: Stray Identifying now. paying Owner: dma may-!i guests this.WH'k Dade' her sisters and of certain changes made In the Crimson TrailWith Denmark Furniture Co.
'
Hunt City
Mrs. J. F. of.
** don to my crops, feed bill, reserve accounts therein by mo
SALE on; RENT? 40-acre farm and advertisement: O. LTownInr. -i, Mrs Irene Johns of Green Cove tlon of L. A. Canova. STARKE FLA.
'"1, south of Stark, hi- nd. 100, Rorke Fla.: lips Mrs. William But k Jone PHONE 151
near and her niece,
Springs ,
0. *"" rMlt the house un- I L T. Johns moved that Lester' .
[ I I.h.dE.. W. Hav... lipnAta FOR RENT: 4-room tlo".., modern, Beck of Hendersonvllle, N. C. Vs-la rw appointed to drive the PLl'S
--- on Church Ht. $,10 per mo. Apply, and Mrs. Beck'i daughters. Carol
;: One KemlnKton .22 au- 410 Center $t., Htarke. Hp,, Alma Saxon route for the 1950.51school BE BIG
enh'quc'ke jAO-F'w1. Loada FOR RENT: 4-room house and Cecilia. term: at the contract ratel( tCAItI'ENTEU'S
Bally. vallable on Road 2<>D, our Friends of little Larry Crosby of
dbM J123 month. Mr. Slade to ,
per
ounly Telegraph north of Starke, All city ..
_dh I..ncea-W. L. (Carroll lit >5>,.IIi1"1 son of Mrs. Haven Crosby of furnish the necessary equipmentAll | Starring Laurel Si Hardy CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARI'ENTEII'S'

J I IALE'mile lined I94T modal Full J-row tract.I 63L Stark.. Ftarke will be glad to know that bids received for the sale of Also !Short A ('...p. Z

I 1!ph p, "Power llftt equipment.starter SINGER SEWINO MACHINE: fO.i' he has come through his fourth I the Vanderbilt elementary school '* "Raider of Ohm? City"Sun. THIS ? / / III.E: ornWEKKKNI 1"

|."a'. He* .L. Saunders. P.nr-ev 403 N Marlon St., Lak. City Fla.I .'I serious operation in the past two bulUIng were rejected. l' ltnartl Jill,/ al

r I tP ,I for NEW and USED: HHIiter BewI -,' weeks In the Glendale Hospital in Upon recommendation of theSuperintendent ., Mon.. Tw..., Anf. 13-13 WEEK Nl'EC/AL ;
'! I leg Machlnen. Reaannable mnnthIv -| ,
.?? Position as companion | Palatka. He Is -till in a critical L.
hO".ko.p.r lerm and p clal QIIIII.rIY'1' A. Canovs ,
for aged. person Feml-Annual and Annual term)* ; however. FRATl'UINOHome .JlirJr"ra.alio IHSI'LAV ik
'far condition
hotel. or boarding house for farmera. Come moved that the following transfers' BORDERLINETrod ,,
eral In to ace u.
huu..eleanllllJ: no-s.-'e Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto have a!
('hrl.lI.n or. or phone INO. or writ u* <>r free of members of the .Instructional
I Ill. Starke-Whit. lady Writ.UP d.monntratlona In your home If their guests this week Mrs. J. M. stair be effected at the beginningof llu".y.. C'lalro TrevorI'll

Ritter and eon. Junior. Miss Selma I the pre-planning period August ; )
TED: A w tkln. I.I !* "Thin I* America Cartoon -
''bobl.i for llradford, Dealership POR FREI9' TELEVISION:< I.V YOUR ChsD-ran and Mrs Lena Hoy all j 14: | Permanent Beauty Ritual
its.lntereelyd. betwe.n rand HOME PHONE 2JR' Cha. C. of Tamna. Mrs. Huto will return -, Mrs. Martha C. Parker from It Latent New FOUNTAIN SPECIAL
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Year old. see Mr. Shepherd }tads'", Seat ('mr
our D. 8.
"h.. Thomas &: T.: V. fitark tf with them for a ten-day visitin Bradford Elementary School to .
V Hotel Oalne.
". We Thura. Aug. 18, 17 CHICKEN PILAU ::1:1o
W'd''elay.: Aua- 11. A.M Tampa and St. Petersburg. Brooker Junior High; : i iIr. 2.75 1.00

,1.t NOTICE: Anybody having cown forsale Mrs. S. V. Andrews Misa Patricia ) .. Cleo Andrews from Brooker IXH'BLE FEA Tl'IU': wish !Sllretl50c' Tomatoes ;:

*"'hm.>| hull wt. 1030 lb.. contact Ovid Lewl. 12] Kith Wlllard l, Mesas Dorothy John, Junior to Bradford Ele- '
High
""k'.1 I St rr J. E. Price 140'" Stock- '
end." '."lhH5 Branded for IS return with ton fit.. Ph. 3-8841. Jan. tf and Mrs. W. S. Johns pent last mentary; | JACK LONDONMichael :

"I ntnrmntlon-John'. Whitehead week at the Andrews cottage on Mra. L.. Crosby from Graham Creme Rinse
Shampoo
8403 Lake P-utler.
[!la ''IRa: "KM VICE-.la* had as their guests Rev and Mra tary. I

.*""e?tj:. ....,-' ._ 165. w. l... Homer Swindall and son Anthony. -ANDForgtten j I 1.75,1.00 & 25c 1.00 & 25c :
r..r4. ... ,
'-. .. Mew ..........**. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson Mrs MARGARET CORUM I

a.UniOli"... RF.PAIRROt: lard Tile for bath kitrhen. Mary E. Wynn. Mrs. Cecil Doug Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cnrum '*. Women I I I '

f",?. .......-.....All- -M..4el........... AnrMtronc1 Reitllent Tile for las and! daughter Margaret Ann. announce the birth of a daughter.MargarE't ''I

a ".....(.',>.HHKPHKHO"lrk*. ,....-MS)) noon such as Asphalt THe Gregory on July :l1In Elaye Kaox Ed"" Norris .4
Cork Tile IJnoleiun TUe Importance Of the Alachua County Hospital Plus Latest New

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a Gainesville. '
silt' ,HAULING"""""' Jack at."on&ny Tran.p kind.. Yard Good. Rug, etc. Pre-School Check I 'II-.- -- __ = --r
C.
>>. In or 45.W tf Aim* M.....k fmrrrllmf.CaOl !
s4hd E8TUU US. !1s Stressed DeLuxe Home Permanent REFILL KIT 2.00
.. M for FREE

.hlQ..PHn'llOG'IAPH"..1 a. 0......_a. Thousands of children throughout UiCESTO1: i
ARUS C_ I'IHEPHIRD' !: JUDD TILE CO. the country will soon be goingoff } Y Also Home Permanents By TONI And RAYVE .

n a Madison St... Stark. M. R. Judd to school for the flr.t time. r

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ELL YOUR TIMBER Save M.aer ...< brie made for this big event. Moat of State' Roads 100 &..200S'1' R Our prescription service is unexcelled anywhere. Our registered -

NOW p... faaallr'v keiillk b,. ...!.. ... these youngsters have new clothes FLORIDA y :ill
.. Castle Price PaW STRMH JIUtSKT nanar p..a"ve"0 .- aa4.e_ iiMaaufM 54W $4515, AKEE..

ww..n.r Pra.a e.ewe 5e15.1/5F 3.. M !.OM f..etl caw *.*. gisle toekav. -- OPEN s A.W rnL 11 P.M. pharmacists are ready to serve'gott day or night "

1Lra nVY t BUL .:, .r a1. M .:=; Unfortunately, for some of _

OR IN UNIT FOB ALE: 100 acre farm with I- these would-be pupil the moat Im- -- with the freshest of drugs compounded exactly to your doc !

room house. IM ft. welt with all' Tortant part of the child's preparation Pure Tires Tubes Batteries
EDWIN conv.nl.ncea. 8 g. or writ. ref( for school life will be o1 tor's prescription al minimum prices.CARPENTER'S. :
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W. PECK Lewlu, rt. .. bog 111 IItar- And AccessoriesLet
medical
Or John W. 3tp 3.11r skipped. This U the complete 1
Turner
child
which every
P. O. checkup .- .
Box 463 TARTBn CHICK tlPF.C'14LtI0/l who Is entering school should have.

Gainesville, Fla. "New" ,red H.mp.hlrea Rock --.-. 'g 60-100 To get the most out of scholl us SIL-I-KLEEN your car

Whit. Rocks ----- 136oItoEagli.h attendance the child should be in by the new Silicone process! The new

!tin lilt a post card and< I R.. I. Rpds Who -Loocborn.------ 1160-100'sound mental condition. Many i way to lasting car beauty. $7.50 t

tome we you: Dark Puff-Or..lnlJt.a.. roml.h oam.a 0u.aalea'"- 14 It T./IlOll ae-100 Tl... neglect parent the who child'mean pre-achool weB.: but mad whc- I WATERPROOF. O Corrosion Resistant The Store {Where You See Your Prescription Filled I

Igrt. Modern.tuA'a3.rm a. a Gr.w--Appiwv.d... f alLvny' .. .... tmfW ical checkup may be sending that II
,, ........'e Tt.ftfF.V ""RIIa. f
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PA.GE SIX BRA.DFOR.DCJoUNTYTELEGRAPn. MTARKE. Jl'nJDA1'. AI''h.
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UL8tT

follow me all the days of m] ''Pasture .....
e life ylNew River. >i Folks Get Panicky9tie. 'I OCEANFRONTON /

I shall dwell in the house of tI tie. CARPE
HIGHWAY NT
It Lord forever JettHle Lee Lftzenby I ,

j God bless you all, Love, LuraBROOKER L. L. Johns has completed his': the weekend. The two little ShIVers smile these days $10 & $12.50 Per Foot PRESCRIPT

= 74 acres of pasture planting. He stayed with Joe and:! Nettle, Seeb and Beulah Mae Moody are ]

limed the last 34 acres last Friday, Moody for a week. | :really enjoying their new gas Beautiful oceanfront lots aver. |*f PIIARJIACIS

/ but still has to fertilize them. Most Carl Nettles and family were i range these hot days. Must be aging 1000 feet deep, as low I
VJK JLura gargetsPOMCA. At06, of Mr. Johns' pasture Is t'ensa- in Lake City Thursday of last wonderful to live In this modern as $10 per front foot in 500-/

NEBR=a' By Iva Mpe Lewis cola Bahia and White Dutch clover week visiting the tobacco and live- age! I still live In the dark ages- foot lots $12.50 per front foot ;

= mixed. The rest of It con- stock, market. cook on a wood range Home in 100-foot lots. Just north I
Wherein I return to my homewth mac gifts to be tucked in with a L Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kelley al lid sluts mostly of "bumped over Mrs. Rhoda Dowling celebratedher Comfort, and sweat like fury. of
heart and relax to think Christmas card Keep hard boiled children of Wildwood visited thE'r Matanzas Inlet below St. Augustine -
a gay !! stumps, wire grass and carpet'y 74th birthday annlveaary In That is- when I stay home long
of a wonderful %1slt. with my con eggs In the refrigerator all the! parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelle''; I grass" Before this woods pas. Live Oak Sunday with her son, enough to cook! on Anastasia Island.I

In Indiana. time, and be handy for salads, and Mr. and Mrs Vernon Edward:Is, i ture can be planted he says there'llbe Joe Dowling and family Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews Wonderful' fishing, state park

The clock of life la wound but once,, sandwiches and the like. last weekend. lots more cleaning up to do.a People are cat-fishing like mad and sister-in-law, Mrs. Jessie An- area. near Marine Studios,

And no man has the power BAKED FRUIT PUDDING:I Miss Mary Mott visited Mr. a: <1i Hubert Rouse Is gathering Pen- around here. W. W. Johns and''drews of Jacksonville were visit- block-wide driving beach. On

To tell just when that hand will Beat 1 egg with % cup sugar Mrs. C. S. Kelley of Ziff Section a sacola Sable I seed this week from Elbert Nettles went to Snowden's lug Rev. Truby Parrish in Santa AlA Ocean Boulevard. Ideal

stop (brown). Mix with 2 cups well couple of days recently. 26 acres. Considering past weather Bluff and caught three weighing Fe one day this week Mr. Par for residential or cottage court

At late or early hour. drained canned fruit cocktail. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mark | conditions, he thinks the yieldIs 3 Ibs., 3 Ibs., and 1 Ib. respectively., rish: was digging his copperskln development. Florida's best
Now la the only time your own, Sift 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar, 1 teaspoon were in Gainesville on buslnex Is excellent and plans to plant 28 Joe and Jon Lazenby caught I sweet potatoes and Mr. Andrews oceanfront buy. Write or
love, toll with a will soda, % teaspoon salt. MI
Live Monday afternoon more acres. "whales" at the Scout Hole Monday 'observed this while the ladles spent phone today.
So place no faith In tomorrow.For with egg, fruit and brown sugar Mrs. Mary Green visited Mr,'! H. C. (Conway) Rouse, Jr. in''I I'S. night and they "cooked and I Iet" the day with Mrs. Parrish In' her
the clock then be Bake In nine .inch '
may square pan Olen Hale of Dukes last week. offering his 15-months-old regls- down there very attractive home. ThompsonRymanRealty ON-TIIE-MIMT SElj
still. for an hour and 20 minutes, or until Mrs.
Ferrell
.Anonymous you can't hear it baking when Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis and I[ tered Brahma heifer for sale Mrs Hubert Rouse and daughter Andrewa Dougla.s.three Co.
I children
you listen closely. Pecan meats Mr. and Mrs. Chambers of Jack- a beauty, Conway says lihe's// Jackie, were .In Jacksonville and mother Mrs.
What a glorious visit I had Jessie Andrews of Jacksonvillewere PHONEDay
I MAY be added If you like sonvllle visited their parents, 1'.1( halter broken; loves sugar Friday. St. Augustine, Florida
and family! was
with my son out visiting Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. E. W. Hodges, last week t. not strange DE'I.I :
treated like a queen and cam I This also came from my good 4Mrss I :' Gus Wynn and sister, Mra. Will Andrews and children !In thislE'ction 8 Cathedral Place Ph. SOO 64 ]
really Elsie, end. I Fonnle Crews was in Live Oak 1s ]la Thomas, of Starke visited her
home feeling like I was pal so I know It Is good. 11lonInIaw recently.
somebody again. Its/ possibleto This morning my heart is light Mattle Sowell visited Mn, I this weekend and got Perwacola'I I' and daughter, Mr. and, ----
M. L. Tilghman of Gainesville/ 1 las Bahia gratis seed for his pasture ;Mrs. Reddish Andrews, last week. r
stay so put and work so hard I had not been feeling 10 well. I I .. __ ..I
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that one begins to feel he la not had been feeling my age, and week. from joe i* juowunjf. 'Mr'.LIOWI', Think Albert Moody got the
worth very much anymore. Ha! thought that all this hot flash! Rev. and, Mrs. Louie Craw for::d' ing has several hundred pound I.''I "real price" for his tobacco that
It was a wonderful start I had. business was sort of imagination. and children and Mrs. Lovle Pear, for sale yet. John Pukes purchased he was waiting for Anyway, he HOME TARLING I g

'My Don took me to the station Whoopee! I sure got fooled. They sal of Jacksonville spent Saturday y 170 pounds from him this I seems to be wearing a great big STAR!
who llvet night with' Mr. and Mrs. E. J( week and plans to plant 26 acres I OWNED
and there my good pal came with a bang. Sick and dizzy.i
In Sioux City and who, by the Hal! I said "Don they are here!" Lewis Rev. Crawford la paste;I soon. This grass haa 96 percent I; FLOF

way, sent me the above poem, Hal! I am taking shots now and of New Hope Baptist Church. H
met me. She brought me a corsage this morning I feel young again, conducted services there las t We see Zedra Hamilton and his,
of home-grown weekend. seed thresher over In M. S. Hayes'/Only
dainty yet some how subdued, wise and '
flowers tied with a ribbon to happy, happy. Proud of my so n I'I A large number of people attended Bahia patch "going to town.." SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. AUGUST 11 & 12,1950

'wear. I wore it until I reached j and family. 'I have done a good services at New Hope Bap Lloyd Wiggins Is killing trees I WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Street
Indiana job. tlst church last weekend.Mr. with "tree killer" ao that he can One -

"On my birthday my daughter- I have been a good citizen, as and Mrs M. I. Odgen of have more pasture land. He !is

in-law and eon had a surprise sum It up. Must have been a Pompano Is visiting Mrs. Odgen'I S also having ties and pulpwood 500 Local I Dressed This is a good' price! Elsewhere the
& Drawn .'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. 1. Ma cut to still further his
party for me. She Invited all the good mother for my son Is per enlarge bringing 60c Ib.I 1
neighbors In, who brought me fact I have taught hundreds of David. pasturage, .
little gifts of hankies, perfume, other people's children. I married Misses Helen Barry and Hear Stafford Crews planted 6.3 acres Left!

flowers and candy and then my [ young and have kept house for Atkinson were In Gainesville shopping of Pangola grass during his vaca

son and wife gave me a new many years. I was a WAC and Thursday.Mr. tion. What a vacation!

"Wear-Ever" pressure cooker. did my bit. I have tried to bring and Mrs. Chester Conerl y Eustlce Kelly planted a large -
We had cake and Ice cream. My cheer, comfort and the best things and children of Wauchula are visiting REMINGTON
Pangola pasture, but It turnedoff
birthday cake was a large white In life to my Clay Hill children. I Mr and :Mrs. Lloyd Barry:', too
It thinks
dry on ao he f it
cake that said "Happy Birthday"on still keep in touch with as many as this .week. will have to be NEW-DELUXE .L
it and had big pink ros.,.. She possible and through tnja column.So Mrs E. C. Lewis has aa hei replanted.
Bent a big piece home with me perhaps I have done a little guest this week her sister Mrs' Emory Johns Is planning .to NOISELESS
for Don. He did so enjoy It.. good I In this world. I.have loved J._T. Corbltt, of Tampa. plant most of his farm in Pangola i{
.. __ : soon. I B
T Inv .v .nn. hnm.' Mrs. L. L Parker and daughters
uiLciiaeiy ana anu PORTABLE
tieeply mncereiy
r"ch''tYPe; "hoUl'--: It.hfuii; I can think of no one I hold 111 I were in Gainesville shopping Reddish Andrews, la investigating

basement, a beautiful blue bath, feeling toward. God help us all Is Monday. Bahia and other grass seeds, TYPEWRITER
room, and my daughter has such always my prayer. Wow I help Little Misses Janet Hardy of and Fernle Moody Is trying to see .
a knack of making a home. She lay away the dead. Staie: was a guest of her grand how much land he can plant to

has such beautiful antiques. It Don was so happy to see meI parents, Mr. and Mr. O. W. Barry, pasture There are many more ....
made me love old thing. when I home that I was Just delighted. I Saturday.Mr. 'pasture' panicky" people around

I saw the beautiful polished ouraces |I can sleep so soundly here at home and M s. O. WJ. Barry visit- this section these days I Regular Factory ,

of the old rockers. They I I where it la cool. Coming home II Starke Little Miss Janet Hardy of' Roy Tomlinson has a big pea

have an organ that was conver-I took the Pullman had a roomette I Sunday s crop coming on. They have a Set Price $9835
ted Into an electric one. It was all to myself. I really slept. The I Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Miller of, beautiful color and are growing
such fun to play !It, We sang.1 I train was four hours late, but Don Jacksonville visited Mrs. Lottie! well. II OUR PRICE
I was amazed at all the cattle Edwards last weekend. ,
wafted Whoopee! back Carl
with Nettles will be picking
and things he has about him.' Mrs. Reita Brown of High
my zinnias, the wrens and about
garden peas next week. He has
What wonderful children I have! Springs visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
aaJ! Digger the Is
dog fine. I Mott 3.3 acres in Alabama Crowders,
Nice new Chevrolet car and and children Friday.
new
never was so happy. Used but only about halt will 7500PLUS
my an acre
Mrs. R. P.
truck Galney la
pick-up Best of all, my cooker visiting
pressure and Don be
really ready next week. ,
children do not drink, they work liked the roast. relatives In Pahokee for a. few
hard, up at eve in the morning husband Is a joy. My He liken wonderful frerti dAys. I Ferule Moody' Is having lots U. S. NO.1 1 WHITEOT1TOES L

milking, and Rachel fixing his apple pie and now I have plenty Mrs. Everett Gainey and children of good hay cut In his old cantaloupe

lunch. He la gone for an eight apples. have retunred home after vie I patch this week. TAX I

hour work shift. in, a factory. Here is a thought> Life Is best iting?.her?mothcjr hi'fforfh} r,Cero.. ,Gene Andrews took time out:to :
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'Home to the lina several visit his :8
farm, about five. 'when It Is most difficult. Then .days. cousin, Mrs. Dorothy
Tired but prosperous and happy. ''it is that: a man la put to his Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnholster of Hazen, in Jacksonville last week. EASY TERMS

Indiana, my home, where people mettle tried In the Are and all the Jacksonville visited Mrs. Rosa Mlas Ida Merritt is suffering

really work and live good! I am alloy burned up that Is In his makeup Plnholster Sunday.Mr. with a cold this week and asked !

proud I am a Hoosier. I|I so he'standa before the world and Mrs. E. Polk and chll'l I to be relieved of her special duty BRADFORDCOUNTY ,
I also enjoyed the picnic In the In his completeness as a man. dren have gone to Trenton eat the Alachua County Hospital
park with all brothers and extended: time, as Mr '
my Then let everyone say that will. Polk la employed i until she recovers.
sisters there. First time we Eh? there. ,
were all together In twelve Mr. and Mrs. Dave Galney The I. M. Andersons of Deland
years. I and
say over and over: I think of were back here
business
on ]last
Thanks I children of .
South
Florida
tomy daurhterIn18'j I the boys In Korea are vie week.R. .
who' planned that, too. She Is a The Lord is icing her parents,'Mr. and Mrs. TELEGRAPH
shepherd
wonderful person and my own, not want. my I shall N. G. Stokes for two weeks. Texas. ,A.and Ostetil his is stationed in And 50 More Bargains Be Sure To See Our Handbill!

i daughter could not be so sweet, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green brother, Howard
He maketh me to lie down in and la In
5' so ante, so lovely and so smart.) greenpastures. I sons, Stanley and John, visited Germany. Earnest Souther- .

..; I am greatly blessed. I love :her He leadeth me beside the still ;Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer of Eau I I1 I land Jr. is also in Germany. All
of
these
Gallic./ boys are serving in the
so deeply, along with my son and waters They were accompanied
grandchildren which It is natural I home by their armed forces.
He restoreth soul. daughter, Annette,
] to love. So altogether, I had He lead th me my in the path. of who has visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill 1 Joe. Nettle, Marjorie, Fernie,
such ]Plummer for and Ella Moody went to the Gulf
a good time I am just look.I| righteousness for his namesake.Yea two weeks
Ing forward / Miss Louise last week and "caught" mullet.
to my next visit: though I walk Kelley oft Petersburg -
through the
Even the I visited ,I trout and red fish-all with the"silver"
minister her
was at my valley of the shadow of death parents, Mr, and!
birthday party from the children'I fear no evil For Thou art J J1'11 Mrs. C. S. Kelley last week.' I' hook. Nettie's deep
church. Oh, boy!IU&LPFUL with me. Miss Pat Plummer of Eau Gal freeze -la bulging folks! 0'
IlINtSl I lie "Is Minnie Johns and children "
Put the He visiting her grandmother spent
prepareth a table before ,
'")I children's socks In a cheesecloth in the presence of mine enemies.He me. ]Mrs. John Cone, and Miss Annette Saturday with her parents, Mr. ,
bag when being washed. They I anolnteth 4 Green for three weeks. and Mrs. N. A. Conner of Provl-
my head ;wIth oil, -
will be clean and not get lost and runneth Mr. and Mrs. Casey Atkinson !,dente '*
my cup F
Save flower seed for over of Tallahassee I Mr. and Mrs. Benny and
now Christ, Surely goodness and shall visited Mr, and Mrs I Merritt
mercy j Carol Atkinson-, ..f _--'-__* sonBenny Jr., of St. Petersburg
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They were accompanied- home" "<*' were visiting his mother. Ira bierrift

Miss Dean Atkinson, ,who Is spend by and sleterla-law,, Mrs Nan ...
ing a few daya with them. j Moody, )last weekend. Benny, Jr.
(POLIO PRECAUTIONS Mr and Mrs Gordon Jones of remained, with Ralph Merritt for

Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. ,a week's viI It. The Merritts had Chevrolet offers such
I RECOMMENDED BY tor Jones Sunday. Vicj j been to Washington, D.C. and a

THE NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR INFANTILE PARALYSIS brother Miss Mary and slster-in-Iaw Jones Is visiting, Mr. her They points also north visited on the their other vacation.sisters, wideOnly

'4 Mrs. Thurman Jones, of Umai and j Mrs. J. L.1; Lavender and Miss IdaMerritt d
3e'I tills a few days. I of Gainesville. N/ondcc/ oi

I Mrs. Alex Williams of Jackson I 1 Harold and Janle Shiver of
r
i villa Is spending a few daya with (Gainesville were out visiting overt
her (
parents, Mr. and Mra. t
Dave '

Green Mrs. Carl Green and Misses and at the lowest prices, too !
Joe
and Shirley Net 1 Green, were 1 In .
Gainesville U
shopping Friday. n

Mra. N. C. Nott visited her llatel' You can choose between .. M
You
Mr. can choose between betweenStyleline
Grover Moore, of Starke II. You con choose
l last weekend. t and Fleetline styling I Automatic and Standard DriveYou the Bel Air and the Convert1
Mrs. II
Hershel
children of Gainesville Layfleld an t x Many an admiring glance will follow HIM have an enviable choice of ... was
and Mr. r en* And if it's a sports model you
111L
: and loch Mrs. Jack Simmons of Mont I you when you roll by in your new Ik* gins and drives in Chevrolet, too. .a here's your cart! Choose the n
were guests of their Chevrolet with Body by Fisher. That's You can .41r. wtth
I I s I Mr.\ and Mrs. N. C. Mott parents Sunday. true whether you choose a Chevrolet e* Powergtide buy Automatic a Chevrolet combining !.a 'fashionable, steel-topped Bel! wudo!) ".
'Transmission.mart extra-wide
Mrs. J, G. racy lines,
Hazen of Sarasota Styleline model with "notch back" and '
105-h.p. Valve-in-Head uphoba'l'styling
and daughter, Miss Muriel } as the call it ctM Engine .. and gray leather-trimmed i
Hazen designers
or a for the finest of f
of Lake City ,,attended church Chevrolet no-shift driving at lowest and you'll have ,the only car
New .Hope and visited relatives at Fleetline.model, with "fast cent! or a Chevrolet combining the M kind in the low-price field. Or chowback"

here Sunday styling. Both are available on all m highly improved standard Chevrolet the equally beautiful Chevrolet uvertibte -

TISgt| W., M. Davis and family S Chevrolet sedans and at the same m Valve-in-Head Engine and Silent Syn. .. with automatic top that BU

of Fort Bragg, N. C.. and Mrs. 'prices! Remember-chevrolet is the n chro-Mesh Transmission for the finest U or lowers at the touch of a Bultf.
Victoria Griner of Blackshear only low-priced car that offers these .. standard Cooverlibk
Ga., driving at lowest cost.. m and ou'Il have the finest
were dinner guests of Mr and PropertyOwnerNeeds 'outstandingly, beautiful types of p1 available. is to
in its Also
Mrs. G. W. Davis n, price range
Sunday. styling thus giving an
> you oppor-
aoa-
wa
W 'Combination of Pow Station
Mrs. Roselle r,1id. AutomalU all-steel four-door
Phillips m
and tunity to individual
family express your own f
Transmission wr
. vUitcd Mr. and Mr, .a and 103-h.p. Engine op. smartest in its field-listing
' p, W. Dvi. taste in motor M
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.'\- 1 ilosvw.,,.Mr.'b:4: 'Xr. "-'.1 >>no "*WiAihlorn f ,Insurance. .5.4* .. catty,..,:'!! r'1\1'; ; .M on modtlt... at' extra coat., t ,. less than last :year.. .

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Ned Hicks and Mr. 0. W.

Davis Alachua and CM business children Tuesday.ADDRESSES were. In Charley E. Johns America's Best Seller LII3 7

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Cheaply and do the little mowing back!"
LAWTEY FARMER'S which we need. c

Judging by the requests we are

We wrote the Low Chemical getting to do tractor work for WELDING
L. II. FutehBRO'NtgE
DIARY Company and got a folder on their others, and by the activities around L- .
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wood preservative. You can paintit here folks are getting their land .. L .
I By Sam McGarvey on, or as they recommend, soak ready to plant. We have seen
I the posts up to 48 hours in a S3 some nice young cabbage plants I
The
marriage of Miss Rebecca The author mill be glad to rereive butter beans .
Brown to gallon drum. We haven't any I turnips, etc., growing II .
Mr. Ralph Wise Items
of
of Interest; concernIng cost but will already.
figures on yet, we ; i
Christian Church Starke will be solemnized tonight j the activities of formers In get them.'e have seen posts iI
Church August 11 at
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it t eight o'clock Bradford County Suggestions may rot out In a year, and that Is just, We are getting our sedgpgrassfield I
Son?" Is the THE CRISISIn home of her parents Mr and Mrs I be left: at the Tclrcrnpli\ office. or about wasting time to put them In. ready to bed sr that we can We offer the people of Starke
Have a olden days'when famine and John Brown, of Lawtl'Y Friends 1 mailed to Sam Mrflarvey, Lawtey, : rescue our runner plants from the r

: at thirst Bap- disease and hate and greed and of the couple are invited Florida... Building a run for Big Red, our. weeds and set them out We are and \lrlnliy one of the most f fI

lnes Starke Sunday treachery were rife j i registered boar and using cypress I going to cut the Geld! many times I I

\h of o'clock "This A humble people got down on I Well we hated to do It, but we! one got a bright Idea of using the posts and think we will use hog until we are satisfied that the modern and finest equipped {

: eleven that every mother their knees beseeching God to CITY TAXES ttT I loaded up Mrs. Arbuckle and six)windshield wiper' suction line of wire, with a barbed wire ground soil Is In good condlion as we .
urlcllng shops" anywhere.All !
one hear and harken spare their country's life; The Lawtey City Council met at of her seven pigs and took themto their automobile They held. < the end wire aryl) one or two strands at have learned that unless you start

rehould days ot uncertainty," Men cleansed their souls of wickedness the council hall last Monday even-I the new market at Gainesville.' of the line against the wound and the top. Have to build this run out right you'll have trouble all Work GuaranteedSMITH'S ,

e said. The choir will and vice and put on Ing at eight o'clock with Council- We had no choice as the pigs the venom was sucked out and as Red needs exorcise and greens along the .way. We'll bed up and i

I 1eD direction of Mrs robes of truth and purity, men Dinkins, Shuford, Parrish and would not stay In the Held, and the dog's! life was saved. A good I use part of the field for 'berry GARAGEAND

the with Mrs Mona Ca- Knowing'that true repentance was Futch, present. Councilman Harley all too frequently we heard horns example of quick thinking. Suppose everyone read about the plants, and the rest for fall crops I

-etn Rammnnd the price that they must pay absent. After the reading of the honking telling us that they were bull calf that was sold for $1,000 --snap beans broccoli .etc Seemsas MACHINE SHOP

le at 8:00: the passage for their deviltry. minutes of last meeting; by City out on the highway again (and The weather has been delightful Here In" Bradford County We do if It was only yesterday that Temple Ave. Burke :

evening will be "Twin Boys," Today, when all the world has Clerk Hill, City attorney O. L. we didn't want to be the first ones: lately. Hot In the middle of the not know of course, but we believe we picked our last beans, and now

character study from the gone astray a hardened people Patton gave an opinion regardingthe hauled Into court as a test case of day yes but cool in the morning that that sets a record that we're planting again. r
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seem to be unmoved, meaning of the cigarette tax the no fence law. Anyway we and later in the day. We have that will stand for some time to

aage. They madly crave for pleasure law. After discussing the budget took them to market and upon arriving not had any rain for some time come. i

Mrs U F. Dinkins day by day and shame and j for the ensuing year the millage we were approached by a and the fields have dried up and Skunkey and Scarey, our, two Clothing 1
Co Mann will lead the fraud and error stand approved was set at 11.9 mills, a drop of couple of men who offered to take are In better shape new cats are coming along fine Ill! ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 ;

tonal singing of request* And in the growing crisis men i.l mills from last year's 17 mill them off our hands (to save us and at last we see some progress ,
seem blind to the one Power All bills the trouble of handling them, they In anti-rat The ,
b nut choruses. levy. were ordered paid. Used our tractor. Powerful Ka- our campaign. 1 ,
school meets at 9:45: a* that can save mankind. There being no further business said) The bidding on our hogs trlnka to pull trees out of a field. cats are still too small to tacklea

lesson of T.E.B. Chicago Tribune.) the council adjourned. was good and we got J22.73 for We have been very pleased that full-grown rat, but we think that ''I
oe under
th* Bible the Mrs. Arbuckle and 28.73: for the we bought a tractor which has they will get the young rats, and '

"tram felon of E. C. Mann "If My people, ,which are called WAINWIUGHT"' -REUNION pigs (and this topped the market.) plenty of power as you never know In that way will help eliminate FOR YOUR rfl'f-m REQUIREMENTS

My name, shall humble themselvesand The pigs averaged B2 pounds so what use you will have for it next them. And then when the cats

L Unions gather at 8::48ft pray and seek My face, and Last Sunday dinner guests of we took home a check for $107.01.Cloalnlt around the farm and when you are biff enough they will knock of It Pays To Trade 1 With Slade I

period of worship and turn from their wicked ways, then Mr. and Mrs T. U Wainwright out the chapter of Mrs. want to drag out a stump ypu the large ones I IL'ROl'ANE
wilt I hear from heaven and will Arbuckle regretfully for althoughshe want j
|,1ft church membership.k were Mr. Walnwrlght's sisters, a tractor which will be pow ..GAS'
service Is held regul- forgive their sin, and heal their Mrs. J. T. LlphamSr., of Dade was a small hag ((130 pounds), erful. Then too, that reserve of I There Is a temptation when driving GAS AppllanC'8fo
and
fr:30 o'clock p., m., Wed. land." City and Mrs Alice Langford of lop-eared, generally sorry power Is a mighty good thing to our tractor to look back to see I
wilngi and next week (II Chronicles 7:14)) Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs.Walnwrlght'a looking:, she did bring seven fine have when you almost get bogged what Is happening but every time

dnd the pastor bring- ., children were also' pigs and she raised them all. But down. you do It you get a crooked toW, SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc.

fcyfrom the Book of Rev An enthusiastic youth rally .was present for this occasion. Edward she was too small to breed with You try to hold the wheel straight t I

following the regular per- held at the Tabernacle Saturday Wainwright and Mr and Big Red so we. had. .to let her go. Eggs are getting scarce aroundour but It Is Impossible so we have E. Call, St. Starke.: Fla.

pictures will be night with the assistance of Rev. section and we are very glad tried to make a rule'ot! "Don't t
ing But we did save one of her gilts.We .
I church events of the Cecil Underwood and his talented Mrs. selected the most promisingone that we are still getting about 60 -.- : J

young folks from Palatka. Special also present for this occasion:I of the lot-a fine cherrycolored percent production as comparedwith '\,,' n
I Sunday evening at 6:30: Instrumental numbers were enjoyed dward Wainwright and Mr. and one with 14 teats. We will their highest rate. If our ,

i recorded singing of including a horn solo by Mr. Mrs. L. U Wainwright and chil- raise her and hope that she has hens will keep up their laying we

d I choruses as sung by Underwood. At the close of the dren. Sherry and Louie of Gainesville -,I Inherited Mrs. A's good qualities will be able to at least pay for :

gaUon will ,be played service a time of fellowship! was Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brassel' Of course she had to have a name,I their feed during the summer
I r"tower." enjoyed by the group In the and Mr. and Mrs. Dock Wainwright so Alice had an Inspiration and months. And speaking of feed !
Is extended chapel annex. we are reminded of the price'of
l Invitation and children, Judy. Betty called her Maybe. If she turns bracket '
services at the Communion was observed at the I feed. It's a mighty helpless feelIng Upper
attend and Frankle of Jacksonville, Mr.
i out all right we'll have a brood For the second straight year,font 't,,. .
Church of Starke 11 o'clock hour Sunday morningand when feed supply man ''
your
putt and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright and
sow, and If she doesn't we'll eat has oslved the Gold Medal awed. ae"Fashion ,
dimes ot the tower call. music appropriate to the sol- children, Patricia and Clyde of says: "Feed's up again this { $ .
I her Hence the name Maybe. Car of the Y..,. And Its food '
emnity of the occasion was' ren- Lawtey, also Dan, Jack and James'. week!I" What can you do but pay? looks are matched as owners will toll

did Church dered. Meaeages, morning and Wainwright, who are at home.' We now have practically'completed Unless possibly you can figure oul you. by Its Ana-ear quality Take a ", .
evening, were brought by the some way so that when feed '
Other guests were Myles LIpham'of our Hog Hotel-.a sturdy "Test Drive" this 'SO Ford and you ll
F. Padgett a graduate sponsor. Other services of the Dade City, Mrs. C. C. Higgin- affair consisting of two pens a prices go up unreasonably you can find It has the1" of America's finest

the University of Flor-I I week were held as usual. botham of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. J. loading chute, and alley feed your chickens. something. else can too.Ws call it:'bIc-G'readability":

tlvllIe. will be the guest I T. LJpham, Jr., Plant City, Mr. ing. One pen Is for connect-I I _your can (It the smoothest qulstoet
It the First Methodist' At 'The Tabernacle"The and Mrs. A. A. Wainwright of and the other for If you're like we are, you get ride on wheels. Youll agree Ford's

of Starke at the eleven Bedford Lake.N. D., Wainwright pens are 8x10', sides consist of more and more familiar with your M OW eiHI CM .W IM lOWMKf MM .
tractor and and careful
less less
rahlp service this Sun- friendly church extends a Jr., and Joe Wainwright of Starke. 4 Inch boards (board then space
Ing In the absence of the welcome to all to worship with us Another sister of Mr. Wain- etc.) about <&' high and the entire I I We were extremely cautious when
we first got It, and particularly
the Rev. Thomas O. at all of our services the Rev. wright's Mrs. Maxie Peek of works are covered with a roof of E
I I about old But this last
stumps.
Homer Swlndall, minister of the
Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell corrugated metal. Posts were
Texas, who had been visiting relatives -
I week In cutting our sedge-grass
Handing! their vacation in First Christian Church of Starke. treated with Sel-Cure, and the I
In Florida planned to attend field, we were so anxious to cut .
stated when "
Tuesday announcingthe :/
England states. boards above ground were sprayed I II I I
church schedule for the but had to return home because of close to the fence that we didn'tsee
service will coming
y evening I with preservative. Total cost of I
d dI
y tile Methodist Youth week.. illness. Mrs. Lipham Is makingan the Hog Hotel Is about $38.00 the stump until there was a

ip Miss Oleeta Green Sunday 10 a.' m: Bible school extended visit with her brother 'which may sound like a lot of crash and the tractor was hung. I
I We got It off, but the grille In
de at the service and the with Clyde Colson as superintendent. money to put into a building for
front of the radiator
was badly
pie who attended the "Come bring the whole hoes, but we have picked up an
bent and that the
we were lucky
lIethodlst Youth AsaemAugust" family for Bible school and stay expression around here which sums #
C. Shelton Of. Jacksonville .e.
Mrs. J. radiator was not smashed" Moral;:
burg 17vnt for the morning worship services. It well. If thinks '
was visiting her sister, Mrs. up very a person you can't be too careful on a Q
Sunday 11 a. m.: Morning wor. that the of certain
r reports. Young people T. J. Terry, and Miss Elizabeth purchase a tractor. tiff
Ung In the service will ship. Message "Soldiers of the Terry recently. thing Is not a good one he will I .r.
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e Cresaler, Miss Phoebe Cross. often say' : "After you get It, you Met Leon Conner over at Camp
d Miss Florence Brown., Sunday 11:15: a. m.: The Lord's Mr: and Mrs. William Young of ain't got nothing." Anyhow we Whl'..,...11 "... rid wh"to D .
Blanding and asked him how his ,. ...' ..I.I, ....-.
school Is held every Supper. Deland .were dinner guests of the spent our money for the Hotel but won '''eo
'berry runners were dong.
Sunday 7:00: p. m.: ChristianEndeavor. Futch family last Sunday. we think have
morning at 9:43: with Joyce .we something.
said that those land had
or all No age limit. Cecil ministerial stu- on high '
ages The Metho- Mr. Young Is a
dried out, and those! on low land
th Fellawshlp meets each Douglas, leader. dent at Stetson University and was Construction of the farrowing were drowned out; however, In our Low bracketCoC Compare the 50 Ford,tcstim for,..tur .

[evening at 7:00: P. M. with Sunday 8:00: p m. Evangelistic the guest speaker a t the First pen In particular was a rush job brief experience around here ;we with cars costing hundreds moral Only
'ship Hour at 9:00: P.. M. service. Subject "Death." Baptist church Sunday morningand as Porky our brood sow. Is "ex- have learned that our Bradford Ford In the J low-prke n.ld. offers an
the evening service.' Wednesday 8:00: p. m.l Mid- evening pecting." We moved her Into her engine choice of either the 100 h.p. V-0
-week prayer service Is week service. "Why not join our new quarters, complete with s'' County farmer are very cautious or Its compenian4n-gwlity, the 9S h.p.
Wednesday evening at Bible training class at this hour?" The W. M. U. met at Uie,,BapIst guard rail all around the bottomto when speaking of their crops. We Slsl Only Fort offers a "Llf.$usrd"Bodyl
church last Tuesday afternoon keep her from mashing her pigs think that Leon will again have Only Fowl offers 35* ....Urectln -

K cordial Invitation to worth St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. for a business and program She looks fine in her new home on. of the prettiest 'berry patches < Klni/Suw BrskMt And no car offers
around here. combination of ..vlnea-.Y.
the meeting. I and that she wilt start a bluer
first we hope .
Methodist B. E. Simmon! B. D., Vicar e Ins in eriglnat cost sevinsa In running
IB Starke la extended toWC Mrs. Charles Carter and J. P. the farrowing pen off In good style We debated buying a mower attachment costa and the tone run savings that result
Morning prayer and sermon will last weekend In by having a fine batch of pigs.
Wyrick spent for our tractor, and de- from Ford's high resale value.
be conducted Sunday morning at Lakeland visiting friends. Mrs. She had 11 as a gilt so we believe cided against It for this reason.
CHURCH 11 o'clock In St. Mark's Episcopal Carter remained In Lakeland for that she will be prolific. But According to our tractor salesman HIT nun- it M row row tuun rown'

|7 ltau 9:13: a.m. Church by the. Rev. S. W. Creasey., a longer visit I what counts almost as much a* the mower attachment Is the! most "
iy I, School 11 a.m. The church is open dally for how many she has Is how many difficult of all tractor Implementsto
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bailey she raises. We will be satisfied If
Day Mass 8:30: a.ta. prayer and meaation.PENTECOSTAL ; keep running. That It has the
of St. George, Ga., were guests of she raises 10. ,
and that -
most moving
moving parts
HOLINESS Mrs. Bailey's parents, Mr and Mrs.J. .
Study (Is every Wednes- / parts are bound to wear and
Eunice, during the weekend.Mrs. .I Now we have running (hot and ,
745: 10th St. and Temple Ave. S. break. We had thought of buyIng -
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morning ; Loca Whltten and Miss cold) water again and It Is-cer.I It to do mowing for others, but ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY

OP JESUS CHRIST Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelic: Dora Johnson of Lake Butler _r.vlJlltlng talnly a relief. The trouble was as statistics show that a minimum

TOt DAY SAINTS tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone In Lawtey last Sunday discovered to be the motor itself of $' an hour will pay the owner, Starke Fla. Telephone 118
I and not In too low or too high Madison & Adams Sta. ,
arch .
of Jesus Christ of welcome.CHURCH, we decided against It. We will try
afternoon.
voltage. The repairmen, who .I
ter Day Saints (Mormon to pick up a horse-drawn mower
holds services each Sun. OF GOD Word was received here of the worked on It. put In a new motor ? .1 1

<*USO building on Netr- 8th A St. Clair Sts. death of Arthur /3app of Miami, (I lit worked fine, and at the time of '

Avenue as follows: Sunday School 10 a.m. Mr. Sapp was the son of Mr. and I writing It Is still o. k. We hope T ;
lilt> : Sunday School. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Mrs L. L. Sapp former resident,! that we have had the last of "wat- I

III,: Sacrament service. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m.T. of Lawtey. He died In a :Miami,I[er pump troubles" for a long time

lie Is cordially Invited 1e P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m hospital last Sunday after a long! I to come, as there Isn't anything

Jrvlce.. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Illness. His friends In. Lawtey ex"I which so upsets our place as lack ,' I
tend to the bereaved family their, at water or a greater benefit than roI '
a plentiful supply of hot or cold
sympathy.J. water. SUNSHINE SERVlCEI i
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of Deland were via
Hear Pastor Bob Gray Sunday H. Tatum
Itlng the O. W. Roberta family re Heard of an Incident from some .
cently.! visitors which struck us as being *

Night At 8:00 PM. a bit of quick. Ingenious thinking :
Visitors In the parsonage home I Seems a party of hunters were !
of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Walter i lout In the woods and one of their -: IS YOUTH INSURANCE > >

during the weekend wereMrs. C' bitten the foot by a '. .''t. "-
dogs :was on "' ..
"Invitation To Salvation"First V. Turner Mrs. Frank Asbell Mr rattlesnake. They cut the fang .Ii ,

and Mrs.' W. T. Walters, Jr., an I punctures, but all were hesitant ... -
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Miss Helen Walters all of Jacksonville about sucking the wound. Then .- .
and James R. Walters o, -
Baptist Church, Hampton St. Petersburg.Walter .
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B">le Hague of Bonlta Spring;I PHONE 213COLO ,.
School 10:00 AJtt. B.T.U. 7:30 P.M.Revival "
Is visiting his sister Mrs. A, E y\\ '
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Meeting'Begins August 20th Massey, this week. NIAIFLORIST \
EN10Y L9 F..IN
l flORIDA
Paul Booker and slater, Edwina EEISOaE YO ;

Whitnel, of Deland were SUnda] I II
guests of their aunt. :Mrs Georgi I I '
Roberta Edwina remained for I ''j ;%Lv55y 1 1I
Ker. I II. I
Lewis D. Haloes, Pastor1ST longer visit with her aunt 'C 01". r \
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F L.O WE R S wOrtlt. ALL.1l1ETRIC UVWe..eooUr Ide".....
Miss Mattle Harley of Jack I '
BAPTIST CHURCH Starke sonvllle Is visiting her mother Mrs FOR ALL OCCASIONS ..bear ....., with lees week M lower. ,.., ., .- ,, '
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r son" & Court Streets In The Heart, Of Town !A.fafW'JI1J4I H. Harley.JdM.this 21a,1 week.a dli.-Mir. ,- i I _s t w' i!. :"Msew.a0lr4AsA/eMoaaeTtel.7/a.l.e..... ..,.,..AYa0oaelM.dtM.aabbet : "" tat' Mr. .. .;ar: 'j'

I"8ON. : ...._ tiN relay n"JUI1If1
:tH' in Mttddfsbutl I .rd lrow. to I
: $, ?fin lviztlvee!
(i)1 ) MS*young e Jof rtorkls's btu. li.i_f.YM. .
UNDgy I last Tuesday I every worry yea with off o. \ /

., SERMONS -- 11 :00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M.Sthool Mrs Carrie Shipp of Jacksonand lUddy KJtowMC to 0.. IMS. gray hair to |'" lOt breed ... r'

f 9:45 AJW. -.Training Unions 6:45 P.M. her mother. Mrs. Eftle Howeof DISH GARDENS "*. Dow bead. So check with year electric slrlllsIIouldert. :. -

WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY,,7:30 P.M. MiamI. were visiting: Mn dealt o* ill the MW.d...._* o.. work. Tel Mother to pile Mr than on j
Catherine Teare on Tuesday of tht I POTTERTPOTTED ssvleg. sppUse*...... kim today) gwcantegutaadlunhutkalyou"" J

11:00: A-M.: week, PLANTS i it Your Osetrte friend. '.
Subject: "Do You Hare a Son? .
RUMMAGE SALE POWER & LIGHT COMPANY hwdr
8:00 PJH. Subject: "Twin Boys" The ladies of the Method! t FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE I FLORIDA :
i it HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
Church will sponsor a rummag I i

A Friendly Invitation From A sale in the CruTls Building Saturday nex o t r Nona St Starke I, 1.I 1..
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Fire Truck PurchasedBy supervision go training of and Chief drill Jones under and the National Guardsmen.. written this year. three back with us before long,

City Of BrookerAnother Fire Chief Chief Carpenter Pickett of and the Assistant SUrk Fare Well At Gamo Jacksonby tersely On February"you are 22 directed, he told to them use and have hope gained.to keep Our the attendance new ones percentage we 'Can You Depend On YourWATCH

i Is better than It 1*In most
forward for the full of office to
stop Fire Department, who have been the power your '
Town of Brooker was announced Drew Reddish enforce strictly all laws, particularly of the large churches, according to
so kind as to offer their assistance The weather was exceptionallykind
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Wake folks, we're home the
up the records. We do not take \
this week with the purchase from "We are highly pleased to obtain to the National Guardsmen the laws against gambling. ?
These five words were expressed God the
credit for this, we give
the City of Quincy of a used A- this excellent piece of equip- inside all 67 National Oaurdsmen attending the annual encampmentat On March 9, he asked them Individually
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merlcan-La France, Type 75, 750 ment at a very reasonable price, embarked from the trainat Fort Jackson, S. C., for a two- to submit him a report praise for answering our prayers When you make
as they for it Is through His power these an
gallons per minute fire truck. and will soon be able to assure the 5:45: A, M. Sunday morning. Nc week period ending last Saturday.I! of the efforts of your office to appointment for rfrt
Mayor Hewlitt S. Anderson accompanied citizens\ of Brooker of the fire cheers for Fort Jackson were Most of the time the weather remained I' enforce the law, particularly the | people We attended are led to come meeting to church.at time-ARE YOU TIIERE ON TIJIEefTl)

by Town Councilman protection which has been so audible at the moment, or for a cool enough_at night for laws against gambling." They all prayer -
L. A, Mott, and newly appointed greatly needed for many, many good while after. blankets, with the exception of reported theer was -no more gambling Long Branch last Thursday night.out If your watch is right' you'are timei
on
There congregation
was a large :\ t
FlijB.; Chief Victor Jones, Journeyed years." Mayor Anderson said. Despite what has been said, the two nights the first week. The H I In their counties or dis- considering the, church is so far are always on time by having your watch f sort
to Quincy Monday, inspected "Since the organization of the three days In the field were somewhat dicta 8niced
Gaurdsmen did have a successful all work is fully l
back in the woods. We estimated guaranteed by e.
truck, and completed negotiations expert
Jlie Brooker town last warmer than thereat of the
government
encampment. It seemed as though Since then the State's gabbling sponsible watchmakers reasonable!
there were about 60 present, and ,
for its purchase and deli- March we have secured telephone they knew what had to be done stay, but on the last night (In the picture has been spotlighted time usual do not t .
very on August 8. service and bus service and now and did it (with a Title encouragement middle of an all-night problem) and again by disclosures of vat as a thing people
Mayor Anderson states that a another milestone in the progressof I from 1st Sergeant Drake.; ) the weather turned distinctly i I tcus dally newspapers and the U. seem Interested in prayer meeting Harley F.:. Strong Jewel

volunteer fire department la being our community has been reached Credit for so much of the success chilly. I S. Senate's Kefauver Interstate ,

organized and will soon under ," Mayor Anderson commented i must b' given the cooks. It war Training on the whole was moreproductive Crime Investigation Committee. Starke' Leading Jewelers Since I oat/

=j unanimously agreed that the food than last year' The I Sheriff Walter Clark of Broward Keystone Heights!! 137 West; Call st.

It could not ba ..Complained about members of the local company County was suspended after he Slurl\p,
The 'oldtimers who had attended were functioning for the first time' admitted to the Kefauver Committee By Kay Beall C

all three encampments stated that as members of a huge team in combat that he naa been a partner r

I the mesa was better this year than and many mistakes were Iln a bollta and slot machine' con The newest addition to Key!'
[ sa. STARKE FLA. under the skilled direction of i, made. But when the second Icern.! stone' professional family Dr. O
previous one. Several times chance came along, the I L.
"' any necessary Enzor and Other Case Haynea, opened his dental practice
\ ,C Prompt FREE DeliveryConvenient Sergeant First Class Theodore JQoodge corrections were made. i Saturday In his office on the
;!..r the mess hall attained the The Importance of field communications -,( Sheriff H. Isle Enzor and two second floor of the McKay Build
I
Terms title of the best the regiment was stressed and the I constables were suspended after ing. His patients will agree that

Fried chicken came three and four radio and wire teams turned in the Tampa Tribune reported gambling Dr, Haynea' skill and affable manner

times a week. exceptionally good ,performances casinos still were operatingin mark him aa a welcome asset WfavM
The weather this year came at I as time and time again they were Okaloosa County despite the to the community. As has been '

Z-pc. Red Rack Maple a delightful surprise.!! With the called upon to furnish the only fact they had been put on probation previously announced Dr. Hayner
to twenty cooler means of communication. by the Governor; after July 7
days ten degrees will be in Keystone Heights two
LIVING ROOM SUIT . 159.95 I r
( and the nights cold enough for In a dawn attack problem, the !hearing. His suspension order days a week, Saturdays and Mondays I I
BlondeJOINING wool blankets we could not complain Ammunition and Pioneer Platoon came without. a second hearing. and appointment can be ipw&
3-pt: much. It rained seldom but saved the day for the weapon Sheriff Ralph Witt of Columbia made through Miss Kay Beall

ROOM SUIT . 205.00See when It decided to it always gave company from Lee burg. Doubl County and Sheriff p A. Mero I phone 2531: ,any time during the UR Of
us a good one. ing'for Engineers, they provideda of Seminole were exonerated after week. '( 1 vitstLJ
Our NEW PATTERNS in 12-foot-wide In comparison to the other companies crossing expedient when the boy the Governor called them, anda 1 nd I.
around us we had a few from H Company came constable from each county, up Episcopalians of Keystone and "alA' ntlc ''j2.9S
Armstrong Linoleum and Congoleum.ATTENTION upon a outlying districts will be to
happy rotnB
"
comforts of home. There were boggy Intermittent stream Work for hearings. Both of those hearings S
several radios in the area and we after hear that the Rev. Fred Yerke 4 \ 4a'f0 14iandultc' .
ing like fury, they built a corduroy came reported gambl ".t.
114 .
made good use of them A P, A. road in time to avoid holding up I ing operations in the two count of Melrose'will hold a 9-o'clock orisbt. \ o tare to 0.1t,.
system ,was mounted In a tree the advance of the lee worship service Sunday morning in E In lud bOte\ ol1liaJDiVI
with the microphone near a radioso needed heavy desperately the office of Miss Kate Mansfield '. ; A .. dhi ghing aialt
weapons. This retUr1\
i
we had music almost all the platoon is led by Lt. Edward B 'Stars In My Crown'At In the McElvey Building. The time Mondertal: i 4geaeh 1 olindin Vd11tacrd
and of ''
'place these 1 Is
meetings
time. We even had a haircutting| Kissam, a new officer In the local Mdblee. gfamous OVerellesP'
shop set up with Otis Crawford of company. ,_ Florida Sunday"Stars subject to change. Cora: ""o 1.deY rend
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSWe Lawtey doing the work. The mail The Intelligence Section which Colonel And Mrs. John MacDow i$. e\c.1.0 vi Keyws\City. pith, \ b
A
I situation was excellent, in moat in My Crown", new MOM ell recently moved into the cottageon ""a'1 1s\al1l'"
-by the way""needs t
,
a .at
more 0
cases with Cpl. Jack Eaves running men drama playing Sunday and Lakevlew Drive owned by Dr. OL i tour an c1uncb tOUR DIP.4i1,8r
would like to know of worthy boy who will I probably had more fun'than {
any away with honors In that ,of the any Monday at the Florida Theartre, J. Ralph Neale. m.CO .. .-. ...1tl.. \
be unable to continue high school work in September, others while at camp They stars Joel Ish N BuSStp11fell
MsCrea '
with
Richard scheduled #
department. a cast of Clapp to be '0 O
were called unnn to__ fnmfafi___ _. A ,
.
due to unfortunate circumstances. .*.- ,
n favorites in the
The actlnn-fllloH_ __ sear
training; program was in ,grosser Temma to act ------- n --.I v a University of Florida junior this ,0"1.0.
tense.. Living as enemy of a two-fisted parson whose whisper fall, left Keystone last .
quarters were large Heights
,
Please write if you know one who deserves and The real enemy could not have re@@'
tents pitched over concrete floors spoke louder than six gun. Thursday to join inactive duty In f a
been
L needs help, and is of good character. more versatile than Sgt. spa
The whole program was characterIzed Billy Smith' green-clad McCrea, inseparably associated the Marine.

Box 431-VVL by realistic conditions. As who were here one moment ghosts and with outdoor roles plays the Civil We wish''pleasant vacations tc 3Y

soon as we hit camp the different over there the next. Local citizensare War cavalryman turned preacher, the following' folks now staying CREYHOUN
.
sections of the company swung Into warned not to become alarmed who brings law and order, love the White Feather Court: Mr and

action. There was very little It they see "foreign soldier in and laughter to a small Southern I Mrs. George West and family of

TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE wasted motion and moat of us were town on Wednesday night It community.- Appearing opposite Jacksonville) Mr' and Mr*.. E. M, North Temple Avenue Telephone 147-J State,
R. B. ALVAREZ &SON CO. able to grab a nap the first day. will probably be Sergeant the star Is Ellen Crew who portrays Sweetman of Greensboro, N. C.i:
The whole first week was spent in one of the other men in the Smith Intelligence 01- the unsung ,heroine, the and Mr. and.Mrs., B. L. Morris of | LU r .61..,Davta and th* Xswe Mn. Wrd, ..4 M.f Ii

classes mostly with one tactical Section. housewife and the gentle power behind Jacksonville' all'of whom will be rnr wPDeN efq ee seer e41,
b We operate local problem In the field. The Second The .local organization still many a man's success. As with us for two weeks. Mrs. B.

,gs & long 'distance week climaxed theentire encampment needs more men, The National their little ward who contribute Brannan, Mrs. E. Long. Mrs
with a three day and three Guard provide an much of the laughter to the story, Brown, Mrs. E:' McClaakey and
0)) anywhere In U. S. night bivouac about nine miles out opportunity is Dean
that cannot be overlooked. Young Stockwell, popular juve- their families are enjoying one-
i in the woods and hills. Problem nile
star who
week vacations.Mr.
EXCELLENT men may begin their while recently scored In .
training
were run. each day with an all "The Robbins
remaining at home. This is defInitely Secret Garden. and Mrs. Arthur Ruacher Midsummer Sale Is Still On!
night to end the bivouac.
problem
SS STORAGE TThroughout all of the tactical i to be preferred over ,service An outstanding supporting cast have as their guests Mr. and Mrs.

FACILITIESSee training personnel of.the, Intelli in the regular component tOI'those features Alan Hale and Lewis James Foley of Teacheck, N. J.,
who have businesses and Stone. for the month of August. Mian BOYS'Sport
gence" section acted
to
aa enemies
Agents For ,other Interests to consider., Cap. Sarah Mansfield Is spending 10
give the
training a more realistic
twang, On the return ,to I tain Ingram warns, however, thata Registration Books days with her mother, Mrs. Stacey Shirts
DelcherBros. camp
us first! the men were paid! after which a man should' be prepared to leave Close Mansfield. Mr. and Mr:James C. _
parade was given in honor of I home 'If necessary, before he join August 12 Houser and son James of Jacksonville WERE NOW
.
I the National Guard. recently visited with
Governors Warren and Talmadge. Remember For City'' ElectionCity Miss
1 the motto Of the National. Gertrude Houser 2.98
Ruarrf
1.99
We were told. that we would -- - -
have to ride day coaches home In- and I let's fill the local organiza registration books close at We are all glad to see that Mrs.

stead of Pullman. It seemed that I I L tion. THE NATIONAL GUARD I S P. M. Saturday,'August 12. All Measles Is up and about after a 2.45, 198 ,

all the Pullmans were being used DEFENDS AMERICA new voters who wish to qualify for month's bout with, illness.
to transport troops to the west the City Election 'on Tuesday & 1.79---- 1.49w M'

coast. However the whole (Governor Warns Sept 12 must register before the
CUT company deadline. 1.49 .. .. .. 1!'
seemed 99<
KOCH'S DRUGS pleased to ride on All State SheriffsTo i MAGNOLIAFISH .
RATE day coaches. In fact, we would Three members of the City .. .
I have ridden cattle cars to come Nab GamblersGovernor Council will be elected In September MEN'S'LONG SLE1Formerly
home rather than the moat luxurious and the qualifying deadline :
Pullman anywhere else. Warren has ut all for canlddatea II' at 12 noon .c '
JUST ARRIVED BEAUTIFUL Florida! on ,
Amid good byes of '"See you in sheriffs and constables on Tuesday. August 22. Sport S
thirty days" we arrived home toan notice that they have 30 days to *

New Line Of Stationery unawakened Starke and .we top' gambling in their counties Post 56 Thanks ,
were plenty glad to see It. or>' face suspension without hear.
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ng* for neglect of duty. Public For Supportcontinued
MARKET
Teachers To The governor again sen out individual 3.93 A 485
35c to 1.50Tall Begin personally signed letters (( from page one)
304 J:. Call St. NOW29J
Pre-School Session to each of Florida's 67
sheriffs and I sincerely regret the manner In
Next MondayThe 183 constable directing them to which the Saturday night game Open All Day ThursdaySpecial itJ

Green GLASSES, ea. . 15c enforce"If the gambling laws. ended especially In view of the
102 teachers employed in after 30 day from this I fact that the Junior Legion Baseball : Price to Churches, Club,

Etched Beverage GLASSES, ea. 15c Bradford County schools will be- date 19M,, I to And wit that, after September A, 1 Program I* designed to teach etc. Let '_ supply yon for BarBQ -
: gin two weeks of pre-school plan- the gambling laws i sportsmanship and Americanism.I Fish Fries.We have paper plates

FREE! 49c Tube Prell Shampoo! FREE! ning BHS: Monday far three when day they of gather work together at are county not or being distrIct enforced I will In presume your I 1 boy am played proud good of the hard tact hitting'&lid that our I aapkiss, forks spoons. Ph. t3SERVICE

With Purchase Of 1 He ST. Sz. Pnell at - 79c as a county unit. The remainder that you are guilty of neglect of clean game and,that each of them
of the duty In office and an order of sus conducted themselves
as gentle-
FREE! 49c Jar Shasta Shampoo! FREE! spent by the teachers period in their will respective be- pension" will be made without hear- men at all time NICE SELECTION LADIES' SZ. 9-52

With Purchase Of 1 Rex: Sz. Shasta at . . 79c schools. ing:, he said. By the time this. letter I La printedwe
Mrs. Jessie Young county supervisor He told them however that hope to be well on the way toward Dresses still sale at3 3!
Pokey Pig Bank Full Of Bubble Bath 89c announces that a high not"this under does not mean that you are capturing the State Junior - on

light of the Monday morning ses: duty to enforce the laws|]Legion Baseball Title In the Slat -
lion will be the introduction against gambling during the next Tournament at Wauchula
TRI-SET Pen Pencil of
( Ball Point 98c
)
30
civic leaders member of the days. It means that I will not With kind regard I am

various city and county govern- suspend any sheriff or constable Sincerely, yours, .

ing bodies, and other officials who before "September 8, without a A. J. Thomas, Jr.

t Vacation Special have been invited to meet :wIth heating. Poet Commander, "Back' to School".
the Cite Grounds .
1 teacher and tell them something The ...................... Clothing For
i of the work being carled on governor reminded the offi ,
Panda Camera !In the community through their cers that neglect of duty Is one-of In this See '
departments. the six grounds on which he LONG BRANCH barIDaCY..eth ,
may is Boys r
prescription com
: & Girls
Curriculum revision suspend them from office. s "
will be the pounded by a skilled Reg
$$4.54With main topic of discussion during "Neglect to enforce the laws By Mr. J. L. Strickland istered Pharmacist And

the session Mrs. Young said. against gambling constitute neg. each compounding is .

Four Rolls Following the two-week pre lect of duty in office and therefore Mrs. Sam Bowens died very double-checked to avoid

planning period, all county school la a cause for suspension," he (suddenly July 28 at her home at the possibility of error.Only .

L FILM FREE I will be open for the 1949-50 term aa1d.To 1 Marietta, Fla She was ,well until fresh potent stocks See Robbing of Dressef'Dungarees ,
be 1I Fine
Selection
C'o.-- .- on Monday, August 28. sure that no suspension 1I I time of death. Burial was In are uied. Ample
without hearing Is made."upon legally I Long Branch cemetery She leave assure. promptness sod

2 Qt. Refrigerator Bottles . 35c W.C.T.U."PEOPLE he win unsound ask Attorney evidence General, he RIch-said I her relatives husband and friends Sam, and to other mourn near her precision.Why sot tryst Shoes, Shirts, Pants, etc.

ard Ervtn: and his staff to l/frd
exam departure. She was cousin toMrs. sF4NW
a
Round Plastic Refrigerator Dishes ine and pas upon the
- 39c TALK ABOUT THE admissibility Elgin Padgett of Clay HUH DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS
and
legal .
RIGHT TO sufficiency of all eel M... Padgett and Mrs. Moor
DRINK attended -
LIQUOR 1
dens submitted. Temple Av*. Ph. 7. Starke
MeetMeAtKoch'sr WHAT ABOUT' THE RIGHT TO the funeral. ..
BB SAFE ON TUB STREETS: "The constitution also provide Mr. Nellie Wilkinson returned
WHAT ABOUT THE RIGHT OF that a suspended official may be home from the hospital Sunday afternoon. ROBBINGThe

PIIES1 WTIUN CHILDREN TO HAVE FOOD reinstated by the Governor uponeatJafactol'7 She will not be able to I

AND CLOTRis"frrrrr evidence that the do any work for some time, a* any
Bring us your next prescription and experience .JOY ELMER MORGAN EDITOR cause or cause for which b. was extra exertion will''cause spasm .\i)

for yourself the dependable, ac- JOURNAL OF NATIONAL suspended,are untrue." he said. of the spin. '
; "Therefore,, any sheriff or Store of Values
eatnkeoa..nkal,tat peaaoni Ws EDUCATION ASS'N. con. Little Nellie Lang Is afflicted
suer' ataIIIe .
who *W. .be,.., .eMb..rrslo. ....._ .
4oc +CIId.E .. ttaaile a.tl.. 8 l.e's sw ilwslt t feBsdWfe Co* .....,..... earlBne trslDne r tla.lgdrtatmadr. -t. .. .

leading drug store. FREE (flirty to enforce The gambling laws right jaw. She 1* Just: three year
after September 6. will have.
an old so this is pretty sever for one
For Prompt FREE Removal opportunity at a later date tc so young.

of Dead. Crippled &: Worth. prove the neglect that ,he of duty was not for which guilty he of Our Station Sunday La School holding at up the excel-Mission t12:$'N8L MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE f''::

less Cattle, Horses, Mules, was suspended." lently. W. have 20 enrolled and

(IPlI DRUG STORE &: Hogs Tw. Suspended Recently had 19 present last Sunday. Two
Governor GUARANTEED
Call 132 StarkeWE Warren In the past were visitor, but m hope they REPAIRS:
K 0 month has suspended two
sheriff win be In regular attendance In
Watches
FREE DELIVERY ALWAYS COME I and two constables for failure to the future. Three of our memo Watch Bands, Clocks, Jewelry, Pens, Lighters. -

Fl enforce the ambling laws, and exonerated bers I are for the
j gone away summer "Your Printed
Phone 53 Factory;
.cuarant.-I.
Starke Fla. Florida Jusf
Renderers, two other sheriff and I It i seems. They are Lorene Field Like Money To Mel"Ray !
INC. two other constables after hear- J D. B. and Clarence Lang. Lorene
Marlin
mga on ambling: charges.Today's I Is taking care of her sister, Mr*.
personal letter to the of- ,Walter,Lang who ha* been ill all
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