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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r !I I Balloting Today I ', ? .' i But Funds Are Not Yet Appropriated ; ,


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;,t.," -_. .. ."", .1 I Today (Friday) and tomorrow v The 3722.700 that the Department of Defence has a ked !
are the two days scheduled for ) THIS RESERVATION for authorization to spend at
:fiN Camp Illanding may he "only
auprrvlftlng principal of Bradford High school balloting on the tobacco market j t
Purlin the
ln-'srinninj) according to information given to the Telegraph
[ ..'"' at he received the Rotary Club's annual ('ltl.t..n-hlp''I opening of date referendum by allgrowers C fl'Ol11)EIl(111'1'1111': I yesterday by sources that could not be quoted. -

F.. "" 1111...,, contributing the .moat t>ut tandlii|{ nvnke 1 In'I 1 the county flue-cured tobacco In oMuNDIR: On the other hand a spokesman in the office of Senator

)' for the )..ar ending June 30 1911." The handsomely) 1 The 1951 Legislature Spesaard L. Holland in Washington/ emphasized that so far
passed a
e was. pri'iM'nteil. by A. J. Thoiiva* (left) a. \\'. II. lira- law setting Ute opening date for the handing/ fund! has only the status of a 're<
i | .- '' looks on.-Staff photo by Ilolionib. Kern i the tobacco market as the Thursday e ; Defense Department and is part of a huge six billion dollar ._ I

'i nearest July 15 and aped- : "authorization request" that still has a long road to travel

fylng that the market must remain I before funds are actually appropriated.Senator .

Growers | Council Boosts open for four weeks or until the ,
;er current crop Is all marketed How. y, % Holland's office told In a hurry.

ever the law will not go into effect far the Telegraph that a bill embodying ( f Defense. Department spnkeameaIn

Health Fund AnteThe unless It U approved by a majority 'w:?I ,-the Defense request' has beenintroduced Washington aid that the deilalon -
$$200,000 .
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of the growers:: 4 1 w. kr.M to reconstruct facilities\ at
Y. Georgia This. bill will likely be
Balloting lu Bradford Countywill re Blnndlng! does not necessarily

-ops brought the farmers city council voted to give I take place in the eounty t ,, + w mean the camp will b. "reactivated .

approximately $200 00C: the Bradford County Board of agent's office In the Court House BULLETIN ." It Is planned however to

ij during the period j. Health an additional $300 Tuesday I from 8:30 each morning until C make It ready for use of troopswhen
.. Th following telegram was M1-
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June 15. However, they night In their regular meeting in d'clock each afternoon KZ-r:*' 'f.' a _I rlvl hv the at 9 and If necessary.

labor and supplies have: answer to an appeal made by Dr. Any grower whether Telegraph If Congress appropriates themoney

a large part of the In-' A. Y. Covlngton. head of the de ant or sharecropper who'owner will par-ten- Wrecking Crew Steps Out As Army Plans To Step InThe n'diM-k. Thiir\SIIIM1XOV..d v afternoon: n.: C. the requested Wednesday

date partment. He told the council that ticipate In returns from a 1951 crop : IHU'MK' AKMfrD: 8ER\ICr.H' facilities will\ probably be constructed

spa"> and their approxl- expenses had climbed rapidly and of tobacco grown on a farm with ) rOVfMITTKK' : WILL START by civilian firms operatIng

ue were: that the State had failed to meet a 1951: tobacco: acreage allotment Army Camp Wrecking, Tin: I.AST! LOAD OK \LVAOKD LMVIIUK! : rolled out of the Camp IIP.\IUNOS! MONDAY:\ ON:\ under. a series of lump sum t tcontract.

ItS, .$46.400 the additional obligations. from the Production & Marketing Corp. finished work at Camp I Illantllng gale Tuesday l &* ho IMH flanhnl <>*rr the win of the IIR 4121 A Bll.l. TO AirriiORI7R Size of. Col.the Pearson funds stated.

41,600 The council also voted to builda Administration is eligible to vote. Blanding this. week when the last pr .|Mim-il. mw'Gallon of She hug "'lIr'V..r II training ground. CERTAIN OONSTKICTIOV indicate that the reque.tedwould Army

S .? 24,000 sidewalk in front of the new Tobacco( markets have been building, one that had been used Pictured above In M. ('. Aii..rt>a4.h, projwt manager for Army HmrkInff AT MiliTARY plans rebuilding a warehouse area
____ 20,800
factory on 10th St. In answer to opening later than this act specified ANI NAVAL INSTAI.LA-:\ .
(orporatloit, .M h.* ba ____ 14,000 as office was moved Wednesday -
rI a request by officials of the and remaining three space TIONH Ulltril AMOVO
jn, ____ 25,600 open Nettle Soon trope may be streaming. lit and out of thin ....meT..Io'Krapll gal. facilities when some 40 huge buildIncs .
OTHER : IVCLITUKS: :
company. weeks or more depending on the afternoon This finishedfive THINflS\ \ \
16.00.0 | staff photo by llolcomb Kern.*. were used for storage. The
Beans .
ir CAMP BRANDING. REGARDS. '
.u maturity of Ute tobacco
crop. of dismantling,
years oncehuge few warehouses. itlll standln at
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i that section because Sen. Johns Urges Army camp that served asa \ Hpraitard L Holland. camp are all In bad condition It
Fire Department training base for thousands ot U said anti It Is doubtful If the
ting program carried on. "d, ir :kr United Staten !Senator
Special Session troops during World War It. I Army would be able to use any
.r old that he had spent Answers Two Calls

UO on airplane dusting For Teacher Raise 1 Since they began work In 1948 1 r ferred to the Armed Service of the, except remaining possibly warehouse the foundations facilities
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lone. The Starke Fire Department answered approximately 4.000 buildings have ,,. h r. Committee. of both Houses, and I

\! them agreed that the Senator Charley E. Johns said two calls this week but been either dismantled or moved might be scheduled for public I It has not been Indicated how

ipa paid all the overhead yesterday that he was definitelyin both of them together totalled only and sold They are now' spread hearing before. finally being voted many miles of railroad would ba _

the Incom. from the cur- favor of a special session of the .$95: in the amount of damage done. all over the state and art In use u ,;,+r I on by Congress. It was said constructed but the;' tins wooM
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ceo crop ,would be profit Legislature to raise the pay of Thursday afternoon of last week I as homed: workshops garages, 1 l M., k'7r "+N t q tk Any Item In. the bill could be probably be rebuilt from Ther..",.

Florida school teachers. He has the roof of the education building plaj'houses and stores. eliminated' or trimmed. It was directly Into thewarehouse area.

DowcTo Play) written Governor Warren urging ot the First Methodist Church I Th* buildings have provided FlyrB"f .1 tr? .. ) e'btlR'PVitt pointed out, and changing world- The grade Is ,J'tHlrremalDlng' \ on 4

I the special session..and said he Is caught fire andyflremen had to cuta flow-cost, horysus! for thousands .hf{ coildltlona would undoubtedlyhave this IIpur."bl.lf; intern 11 w.< Bulled

egfon DanceAmerican willing to serve without\ pay. hole invthe roof to put it .out I t>eopi l+j M.Q'iWjold paver have own- some bearing on the final up and sold several years ago.

1 r Doyle Conner Representativefrom Damage wad estimated at $80 and ed thcli1' own home oUierwlse. Besides form ot' the appropriations mean Many facilities, having! an estl-!

I Legion Post Bradford County. Is enrolledat It Is believed that the tire started I \ selling the buildings the iaaa iaaati I mated value of S100000OO still

}open its Saturday night the University of Florida and from a cigarette butt. corporation started four subdivisions ure.Third Army Headquarters' In remain at Standing These in-

fries this Saturday night was unavailable for comment. I The refrigeration unit on a Mor- I Mn,( Jacksonville that con Atlanta has stated that this initial I nude many miles of paved road,

1 at 9 o'clock In the The full text of Senator Johns'i rison semi-trailer caught fire sumed more than 380 of the houses request Is for the purpose of 'all grading and drainage structures "4

all on 10th and Most of these Bold to veterans sewage disposal plant electric .
I letter to the Governor was: I j early Sunday morning were rebuilding railhead and warehouse -
wdy and his Dixie Lily Tempi Streets Damage was \listed and their families.\ storage facilities for an conduits and water system.

ra will play for the Dear Fuller: at ,only $15. Another 800 homes were moved, Army replacement training The National Guard, also has anumber
the
Legislaturefailed ,
J,I I. should the first dance As you know. of the intact to( their new sites. There' u center of permanent type structures 6
for
sful will continue play- to provide one and New Fishing Permits they were remodeled and cornplcted This size expenditure for war.. which are now seeing some
of
most worthy groups men I use In the weekend training activities
every Saturday night with some having extra rooms)| house facilities. would Indicate I
women In the state of Florida On Sale I of the Florida Guard units.
band la currently feature the Are Now II, added. Another 3,000 were panel. preparation for an Installation of
who have
the school teachers I These remaining structures Include
daily network radio showS 11the i Ized In sections and re-erected l j large proportions It Is believed,
at Station WRUF ine destiny of our children New finding licenses went on | upon reaching their new foundations .r ... .ss aa- .' a Col.! Richard W. Pearson, District 32 concrete block mess hallsIn
of their hand. the National Guard area five
and also has ita own palm sale this week in the office of AH FINIS:\ U'.\S! U Kin KM to the moving and dismantling of Camp Army Engineer with headquarter .
frame and steel
the warehouse build.logs
tlevlalon show at Station I I was co-Introducer In Judge E. K. Ferryman. Blanfllng temporary. building thl* wk the camera caught offlrlaU in Jacksonville, told the
The such asl
the bill to give them a County large buildings, now being used by the State
of
nr In Jacksonville. In Senate the board" three Current licenses don't expire''' theatres, guesthouses, etc, were I of the Army Camp \Vri*< king Corporation standing In front of the Telegraph Thursday that preliminary Improvement Commission to dl,'.

Toby Dowdy and Mae "straight across hint building to bo moved Left to right Ifouwmot Kenneth L*- examination and site planning .
hundred dollar raise) ($30000)), until June 30( but the enforce completely dismantled and the lumbar under tribute surplus property to educational
been featured on a to '' I sold as salvage. Vice president Rue; Project Manager M. ('. AuiThKhj Huprrintrnilent Russell| HhoM- operations are already Institutions five war..
of dur- and I am taking this means ment agents of lee State Game Nay at BUndlng. but that actual
Mercury records
sessionof of the company M C. Auer- ridge; and.It.nr rojcit Manager J. R. McDonald.from houses used by Federal and Stateprop.t _
to call a special instruction. work will not begin .
I urge you Fish Commission
past few Water
years. and Fresh bach said that moat of this was pertaining to the NationalGuard
the Legislature for this purposeand I intll a directive Is receive fol-
g10n Post plan to give alone. began honoring the .new licences i also sold to veterans who used It 150 to 350 men, all moving All trmts left now In the founds one recreation field house.
the
thla purpose owing appropriations of requested -
veral door prizes at the June 15.: I to build homes. The small amountof house. to other parts of the state tlons, roads. and some utilities used for warehousing Federal

iturday night. I I"olral 1 1 I. myself will be perfectly willing state license coital, salvage lumber left, has been And Aunrbach said, the payrollwas These were left Intact by agreej fund, The engineers haveon ofmoney property. two amply laundry
without any re- A resident hand he added a small sum
public la cordially to serve \ Is sent to Jacksonville to be sold quite large and brought a con-I j ment with the State so that they buildings and three motor vehicle
attend this dance. .1 I jmuneratlon in :order to provide $2, the fee for a non-resident During the five-year wrecking siderable amount of wealth Into could be utilized In, the event of with which to begin the storage and repair buildingsused

this help for these deserving $7.:SO. while a 10-day continuous perold. the company employed this part of the state | Camp Standing's/ reactivation. preliminary plnanlag by the Ouard,
Urn I I people. I do not think It would be obtained In St Augustine, State Ad Camp Blanding win one of the
Jailedtern permit Tray
I fishing General Mark V. Lance
take over three or four days. I 1 f lutant largest Army camps In the country
by a visitor. for 225.: Col. In HospitalFriends Teachers School stated that his office hail not beenfflel.lly
Fight I Ierltra (I Trusting that you will see your to take Long Workshop Cooking during WorM\ War II, as manyas
required > notified of changen
any
and Licenses are flO.OOO being trained
troop
clear to call thin session of Lt. Col. T T, Long Closed Hart
way I Friday Sponsored By
office answered a with kindest regard I remain fresh water fish, except: in the will to learn that he suffered the status of BUndlng: but that there at one time. Its greatest
regret Board stood
the
turday night to atop a Sincerely yours case of residents fishing non-com- a heart attack at Camp With Park Picnic Set For June 26Th. State Inane Armory th service was as an Infantry Replacement
ready to hug reservation
Center.
the Dew Drop Inn on the Charley E. Johns merclally with poles In the county Stewart Ga. last Friday morning Training
to the Government with a recovery
started Nation
workshop Originally as a
lie The three-week teachers' Hart Furniture Co. will
highway and arresten Senator
hospital
State are will be confined to the -
where they live. Also exempt and clause, as was done In al Ouard It was named for
15th District for at least four weeksMrs ended Friday afternoon when( sponsor a conking school the afternoon camp.
there .
old or World War 11.Information
63 years Maj Gnn Albert H. Standing
residents over most of the county's teachers adjourned of June 20 at St. Mark'srecreation
ed
for fighting and dis- bill Introduced by Senator ,, Long left for Camp Stew I
The requiredfor : from Third Army Florid civilian defense chief la
> unler 15. A license Is received word l to Oolilhead Park for a renter The demonstration
conduct she
were Willie CaahU favorably In art as soon as
Johns was received outside a person' her husband picnic. However most of them will be under the directionof Hi>*' quarter indicated that' no World War Ii. The Federal government
U with
Smith Leroy TomU- fishing and Is remaining '
means was new barracks are contemplatedat took over In September
the Legislature but no atm were back In school Monday mornIng Mine Mary Dally, horn econnmlut -
A. of method Tom and Dtve are
Newman and Robert regardless Their sons
home county : the time since 1010 and ultimately spent close to
present
financing the proposed when the summer aesiilnn at for the Clay El>T.trie Cooperative troopscan
'AH''hmore.are out on bond ex- found for adjournment. used < fmmnkule for two week. the University of Florida began. I,I btt housed In 'tent cities" If i I I i i IV).OOO.OOO In constructing the

raises before -- .- The purpose of. the workshop, Door prizes will be offered andrefreshments .<*CHn*>iry' to reactivate the brut. huge cantonment

served during theonesftrrnoon
who according directed to the Dr course Kimball w Wlle.// affair. Everyone Is Rites Thursday 1 Zinnia Show

Improve the school program and welcome.All cooking. will bn done on thenew For D. J. NettlesDavid I;, To Be Held FridayIn
stimulate, better tearher-student
planning It else allowed the Gibson automatic electric Jackson Nettles, 73. Courthouse

et teachers to gain extra. college stove. currently on display at the prominent Union County farmer I i
Hart Furniture Company's showrooms : The annual Zinnia Show sponsored -
redlt at no cost to themselves or died In a Lake City hospital earlyWednesday '
The company Is also giving I by the Home Demonstration
to the county. morning June 13. after
sf a Laura Gibson Snack Hook Club will be held In the hall. of
an extend nines
H. P. Morgan Superintendentof to rash customer that comet In I the courthouse, Friday afternoon
Public Instruction said that A native" of Union County Mr. ,
to look at the new stove June 22. All participants are
the workshop was a definite sue"sea :Nettles\ wan the non of the late
asked to bring their flowers In themorning
r and that all the achnoM In William G and Eliza Boyd Nettle I
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Mian Dorothy
states
Wrn. Taylor Called
the benefited by having and operate a farm near
county
I Ross. home demonstration agent.
New Factory their teachers attend. I Ity Daughter's Death : Lake Butler He wan a memberof
Into ;
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and
Ikinery
Moving< r- the Church of Christ for 39 The club whose members

I friends receive the most. ribbons
J. F. Kickliter Passes Mm W K: Taylor was called years.

ployment i To Monday Y 'rT'b g1hiy4 to Atlanta Ga, June 11, because" Surviving are his wife. Mrs Es will be awarded a grand prize.

Office Open Tn Jacksonville; of the death\ of her daughter, Mrs sie Nettle, Lake Butler: two son, The public Is cordially invitedto
Carl and Heroic Nettles, Lo1kttDutl..r
R. W a former residentof
George brows around and havepunch
Oew above) U com'M Funeral SundayAt come
me of the Big Dad Manufacturing Co. ( Starke. one daughter, Mr*. Bxaly with the ladies The punch

-* for installation of the sprinkler system and a few finish- press time yesterday the She was born In July of l'V)5! Sweat, Raiford; one foster son T. table will be quite unique In that
and moved to Starke a.. a child F. Fullard. Houston Texan; three
tchea J. F
Telegraph received word that 'I the punch will be served from a
from Clendenln West Vlrginlt. brother, Glenn J. Q and I. NNettles .
they will! Kickliter 82, longtime and well bowl made of a gourd
.Sicelnif that i .
president of the company, announces Lake City; two sisters
leaves her husband
26. loved citizen of Starke and Kings- Mrs George
eking applications Tuesday morning June 1 I Mrs Sallie Doufla*. Klsalmmee,
for employment AI r fey Lake, died Thursday morning R. W. George of Atlanta her I
fie factory Is located at Tenth and Church Streets <" In a Jacksonville Hospital He mother and stepfather, Mr. and and Mr. Miry Peeplo, Lake.'Re'eltesJegree

n rht. Dave Harper, Florida representative and salesman\ for ,. :. '. had been In falling health for some Mr.. W E. Taylor, Starke and City Funeral. services held at

'''IIIPI y. Is an interested spectator as the first load of machinery time. I six brothers and sister Cora were afternoon Byron C. Brantley. son of Mr.

"d I into the new semi-trailers of equipment arrived Funeral services will btl held at Hsrdman Hampton Amanda Grlf- 4.3,0: o'clock Thursday and Mr. C. C. Brantley Route 2.
building. The of last week In Elzy Chapel Camet.17
Stark Edith McKay Wash
:!Ita will be fie, Starke graduated from Trl-Stat.
e.s. *week from Lexington. N. C. and the machinery J 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon In theFlrnt ington. D. C., Clarence" Lowe. south of Lake Butler with College Angola gad on June 7

ion '. electrical connections are made. Baptist Church with interment Norfolk Va., Alfred Lowe. Dins- Rev. Clay Moore of Trenton
$! J with of bachelor of science -
a degree
ireloff l the early Funeral Home
f hopes to have the -Starke plant In operation to follow In Crosby Lake more, and T-Sgt. Walter Taylor: officiating Wilson ,
July \ bud. of arrangements In civil engineering
Items to be made here Include dungaree work pants I Cemetery. Jr. In Korea. of Lake City charge
Tort .
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I\, since the first t S. automobile death occurred at the turn ,r.e, day last week. We'll reportth St.'PEItIF.T: to conform to V. S. T Mi. H"rh.rt! W Murlor "'h..,.
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,,a Bradford County t TelesraDhi!! \ of the century nearly 9SO.OOO mon, women, and children have ,' name next week. Dept of Agriculture r We hear that Joan Turner and aN hereby notified that ,
I lost their lives 1 in traffic accidents.We 4 oz. bottle 7Sc. Bradford County suit for Divorce. custody and a r. I .ugot
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWN -1DITOH regret to acknowledge that the highways of Bradford daughter are planning to return 1 Tflfgraph.ikoricn. of minor;: child has been c..ntrnl 'r'.I.' .
r II: I I home from Camp Cook Calif.i filed ngalnut you In the above I hI"
County have contributed their share to this staggering total Wilbur be shipping out.I TO APPFtaRto named Court and cam and you are ''
traffic In recent week there were four soon. may Ilr.dford Counlr.KSlftfnf regeb'.d i" serve a- copy of your ) :,
S, and Entered .. SecondOffice of tragedies. one accidents Circuit ("ur' ,
NI ... or plrndlnir I to the
ainwar complaintin
publlehe*! Every Friday S Mary L. Andrewa has accepted,, '- fOPr '
at Starke P7a.C in which motorists were seriously maimed. y-'rl' Plaintiff ve t i.' PlanUffn Atrornrr, T. Frank
rill Matter at the Pout With the approach of the Fourth of July holiday, we can a position In Jacksonville. She has Herbert W Mnrler, Defendant.vase : I.andrum. Slarkc, Florida, and filet I Bj Hi '; ;
week. No. 847. the original In the office of aveD t'a: '
u been working a | ,
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1951 expect several] hundred more to be added to the total of highway :

MEMBERSubscription <3> victims. Why not make sure that you will not be included business Margie world.Moody She Is also is now I In em-the \ ...."'.,.......,- -- .....," .

2.50 91M For Six Month''I I in this number--either by remaining off the highways ployed in Gainesville. I "III/III/III/!,:. ",
j I on that date--or. if you must travel-by taking extra precautions Delorau Hodges. Gene Souther-
to insure that come the holiday alive.
I you through land and Felton Moody are work-

i Another Milestone'assed" At handing Ing Well in Keystone were' still Heights.prolonging our TTY

The Army Camp Wrecking Corporation finished its workat NEW RIVER FOLKS BUSY AS BEESBy day.misery Just of have moving so much a little to do every can't I, (
I
finished dismantling thousandsof
this week
Camp Blanding ; I up and move all 'at once. I
buildings that had housed the hundreds of thousands of I jFHHlti Iff Larnby Miss Mary Pritchett of Gainesville '

soldiers that trained there during World War II. I came out over the weekend I ,.so sTOa..

I Now we need it again. With another crisis facing the The people are all so busy around ear of corn In it. and we picked blue berries to our III 11
nation Government workers are looking for areas and camp I I here putting up tobacco ImagineVlnnle Andrews has heart's content. She works in the)

in which to train the men for our ever-building Army. And and canning that they don't do'hers full too. Floyd Wiggins says city all week and felt a day outingIn
the Defense Department this week requested $5,722,700 to I anything else they aay and I a- theirs la so full he can't get anything the blue berry woods would Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thurs., Fri., Sat., ,June 21.
, begin the work of reconstructing Blanding.] gree for almost every day since I else Inside. Mana had hers help her feelings. She and I picked
Most of us felt that millions of dollars of the public's 'school was out Joe, Jon and I pretty full before she went to the about S or 10 quarts each. Guess
I I i money was lost at Blanding at the close of the last war. We have helped some one in his to- hospital but while she was there, I'll have to Jar mine. Can't find 152 CALL STREET STARKE, FLORIDA

felt that the government had sold] property for a small per- bacco. Tuesday Joe worked in I Mrs. Rosa Plnholater and Mrs. freezing room.
centage of what it will take to replace it and that the tax- his own for the first time. Everyone Lawrence Wiggins of Brooder, Jessie Mervin Cason Joe and I
t paying public was taken "for a ride" so to speak. fills Ills own barn and runs: aunt and sister-in-law came over went up to Fort Valley Ca. and "Hickory Sweet" SlicedBACON
himself ragged bunting room In I and flnshed filling it with :
However did we stop and analyze the situation from beginning I peas got peacheDlxle Bells-and
someone else's to put what he and butter beans. Mana U still in came back and on top of the 23
to end? That Is, did we realize that Camp Blanding
had over a barn full. Tobacco 18'' but with her brother 49c
i Jacksonville quarts of strawberries I got from Ib Mt. fi(
lines and that it was erectedfor Vermont
Lb
built "temporary"
along
was fine this year. Hubert Rouseplanted and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fronle Moody and the Eston 1
the sole purpose of providing a training ground during his in "flat woods" fields I Roy Schnauss. She was to have Browns I "squoze" those peaches]
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i Fin. fpw vears of the last war? But. the most important and it's much taller than a man. seen a doctor Tuesday to find out and froze them. I am trying I
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question: is mD-: I.d'k now in 1946, when the wrecking crews Two big leaves were almost the I! when she could come home. Well to freeze the blue berries in the BAKING HENS PorlcNeckbonesul
began work, that we would need such a camp again? average handing. A. W. Whitehead all be glad to have her come home, small freezing compartment of the
jl Unless someone knew that the camp would be needed planted his on a big red and know she'll be feeling better. refrigerator, which "alnt" much.

again so soon, the government obviously i I did the right thing. clay hill at Jay Moody's and the Speaking of freezers. George and I Joe Lazenby entertained his past Grade A, Dressed & Drawn, Quick-Frozen Fresh Cut
ti about three to four hundred dry weather shrank up the size Dorothy Anderson have the largestone
If we had read in the newspapers vocational agriculture teacher, Don
of his leaves somewhat. It had a out here a huge upright It'"1 Pig Feet *
Bland-
employed at to maintain Camp Lake
i men being our expense Geiger and wife and son of
very good "uticky" feeling. Bud Wish I had 2 or 3 strung
1 n ing for no foreseeable use whatsoever, what a stink would and Nan Moody finished up their a honey the wall full.Vouldn't haveto Butler with a fish fry Saturday "Sunnyland' Sklnles]
t have been raised 1 main along night. We worked In tobacco Saturday
cropping Tuesday morning.
bill
all been moved out ivorry about my grocery till about 6 o'clock C Wieners Lh>,
As it is. these wooden buildings have They planted theirs on this ole' for while. helpingA -
, and most of them have provide low cost housing for river land but got it out early J1 W. and Mary Lou Whitehead 1 59 Lb 1
The A. P. Moores of Miami are "Sunnyland'Bologna
oJ1d and I left then to for
thousands of 'people who not have otherwise afforded and It was excellent too. Haven.tseen prepare sup
i I a roof above their heads. The main facilities and utilities at Ches Andrew, Obey Fcrnie visiting and Gainesville around here.again.State Farm They per but Joe had to stay till 10:30: ,I Lb,
and it In the barn. It.
help hang
such electric and systems are Setber Joe or Albert Moody'snit
Blanding, as water sewage brought Jimmy their grandson a- ,
still largely] intact and ready for use on short notice. If the we hear its all above average. long and he really enjoys horseback was so late that Nan Moody said I Spiced LuncheonU.
Is used this time the buildingswill Minnie Granger's crop Is on this Just go up to her house where we S. Choice "EAT-RITE"
again perhaps
camp ever riding and roughing it around ; had Meat Lb.
1 could have lights and she an .
65c
high candy river land and luoks Hamburger
be of a more permanent type which will not deteriorateas as here.Freddie ,
ole tin wood heater we could
If It's
a good too. Miss Ida
" rapidly as the hastily constructed World War II structures. crop and Johns strutted i Small MaatySpareribs
ilerrltt' has a good crop also but Lou cook on. So I ran by home to| B E E F
Some of us may have voiced objections the wreckers has a time gathering and nursing.She .I I off to Huntsvllle Ala. and spent ,snatch up the necessities for the I Plate Stew Lb 39c
making money from the sale of former public property. However Is now on special duty at last week. They accompanied their i supper and hurried on. We saw aar's 1H
the Government would likely have had it tied up by Alachua Co. Hospital. brother-in-law and slater Charley lights turning around under
{ no m'uch red tape that it would have cost the people more to i. Red Andrews, Rusael' Green, and Eloise Cowen of Starke. ;Long Bridge. We knew It was the! Colored Quarters lIargarineSUPERBRAND-

+ tear it down than leave it standing. The wrecking corpora Eustace Kelley Frank L. and Roy Charley visited his parents, there.. i Geigers leaving. By hurrlng we I
tion came by the project honestly. As in most public sales l of romlmson, Ches Andrews and a We're all sorry to know ,that I Intercepted and we all went up to
that nature the property was disposed of to the highest few others are still selling peas Glenn Tomllnaon, son of Ray and; ]S'an's-Ralph and Bud had fixed:, Pound 2 2LarQe

bidder, and corporations were given the least hope of hav corn Fordhooks or some kind of Lorle Tomllnson. is back in the ,up the stove tables and lights so I]

ing their bid accepted!' produce. Think they're Just. about hospital again. He recently under. (twent hat: we had a wonderful place tc

The job is done now anil Instead of our previous feelings out The now. I I home an appendectomy but was rook. Ralph and Joe had fished] "' Size Calif. Pink Meat Duncan HInes Conee
Improved
"girls" around canning and seemingly
about the project when we felt that we had been sold out and freezing foods dally.are It they're i Well one day last week he became) 'ilong for weeks to get the fish- Cantaloupes Each 35c Orange Juicc
can now see that the Government have saved tax-
we may 'swamped" In tobacco. Nettle 111 again with his stomach and i t Rot having but a few hours from
payers thousands of dollars by disposing of the camp in the Moody says her freezer Is bulgingand I they took him back but he was I work, they had, to fish when time Golden Ripe Tropical Fruit I 5 Cane 99c
manner which it did. she can't put any more In It. released the same day. Now he Is
'permitted. We made Ice Bananas 2 Lb..
cream 25c
We hear that Mable Sapp puttbutter 1 again In the hospital with the same
Two Service Clubs For Keystone beans up Monday In her trouble. sad left dead tired at 12 o'clock. Jewell Quick.Frozen. 1

i new freezer which Ethan gavel Frank L. and Emma Lou had i So you folks see why we don't CALIF. BEAUTY Cut-up Fryer or Lejs, ]
a PLUMS
With the chartering of its second service club Monday to her for a birthday present to take their baby Frankie Lynn 1 lave any news-we have to work Lb. 29c Breast orThighs
Miriam Johns says her big ole' to the hospital for a few days t too: hard.
evening, Keystone Heights took another step toward becoming FLA. PASCAL CELERY 2 Stalk 15c pit.PanRedl .
recur Is full ,
too. Goralours'
e up with near pneumonia. He Is greatly
the thriving city that its most ardent boosters confident- Mrs. AdKelley! visited Mrs
I la such
ly expect it to become Home day. before squash a midget it was bulging i Improved. laiford of Tampa in Raiford one S. C. FREESTONE PEACHES 2 Lb.. 49c.
season
With two service clubs now combining their efforts and shut the lid down and was managed v..r..I to' <:!,.Ceo.their and brand Werre new aIf/daughter.egJoyiSg lay last week. Mrs. Kelley and) FIRM PINK TOMATOES LI, 19c Shrimp nt.StowAway ,
energies "things are bound to start in lock it and Chicken"Pot
r happening her
Keystone we Just stay out .Alvle and the little miss came two'sons are living on Jay
J Monday Heights,evening.a*: one speaker put it at the Charter Night banquet cause- you couldn't- lay' another-)! ]home_ from Lake City Hospital Hoody's, place. SNOWHITE CAULIFLOWER Lb. 19c Pies:; Each

ti' Of course things have 'been happening" in Keystone

Heights for quite some time now. Its citizens boast; that permits
for new construction during recent months in Keystone

I Heights have exceeded those: of any other Florida town under r.
t 2,500 population. That is n record of which any town

might well be proud.Competition e

'z'' between two civic clubs each trying! to outdo -
't the other in service to the
community, ia: fine thing and -
4 Is bound to have
I a stimulating effect on Keystone Heights,
r or any other town.

We join other well-wishers:' in extending a hearty welcome 1 I

to the new Lions Club of Keystone Heights, and confidently ,
a expect/' 'it to establish a record that will vie with that set by 1
I .
+ Club.its distinguished fellow organization the Keystone Rotary ,

E E-P CLEANING nmrn f u in ir..*

Next Winter Tells The Tale SCHlMMEi-S
Saturday June 23 OXYDOL 7'

t Those who follow!' the predictions of Roger Babson and ,
I have found h'm. to have reasonable degree of
in
accuracy LARGE BOXv
"
this willing summer.Babson the.shots can breathe a little easier-at least for. Grape Sake _
<<
says that his! 'Interviews with important people TOBY DOWDY I
lead him to believe there will be 2

summer !; ? I T QUART

tributed. and VT crops are gathered, transported, dis q-,.
safely stored Babson thinks.

Jtll'rrU-PMPi-haTVer' ? also told Dabsn that Russia Will I and His s '

not until the rivers of eastern Europe 33'BLEACH WLMOMTE
freeze over tfO that her supply' 'lines cannot be Cut by bombed- i \

I out"nut bridges." I Dixie Lily High Pointers _
Babson
reminds
:' UI, "n\l'Isia' might start World
\Var III this wintE'r.' "" !TSthe forthcoming winter as a Swi>rt'.s i very critical time,
especially since the
Russians:' :' are more
accustomed! to living moving and fighting in winter than are JEWEL
the U. S. or Western European forces. I

Dabson then holds out a final ray of hope by : DANCERound ,,
If the Russians. do not strike saying that 3 L8. eTN
early in 1952. he believes they I
will have r
decided to
forget
World
War III for some Years.
Jeadeu who have found' alMon'- financial STOKELY CALIFORNIA "

l Worldar in the past will. take renewei1 hoPe from his views advIce concerning sound -Jewel.: i i'SHOItTlN'Ne

iUf we get by the critical Peaches
can dare to hope for a prolonged period of winter peace of 1952 we and SquareDOOR L TALL z t

i Thanks' Mr.[ Babson for those comforting words


1 1t Slaughter On The Home Front "YV" ', STOKILY TINY PARTY

t I ... f peas Z

+ Thirty-three American soldiers were killed on an average I ... _301 CAN
daily in Korea during the first .
of the
year war while ninety- PRIZES
nine persons were killed CALIFORNIA
daily in automobile accidents at home r
during the
same period of time.
Colle] to 12,000 combat deaths have .# X i ", dig s '
occurred *303
forces in Korea since hostilities among U. S. GLASS 1 (
started
June
on 23. 1950. On
the eve of the war'lI' first
adversary, the Association
traffic Casualty dead& Surety CproP"" estimated that the Nation's of STARKE ARMORY OELMA1Z GOLDEN CREAM
during the same 12-month period! totaled
about
36.050-three times the death toll in Korean battles. rliuI4I Corn Ib

Traffic deaths currently are seven times heavier /JO.\"T MISS tt 303.J CAN
S. i THIS
war fatalities. GRAND
however
; with the estimated June avenge OPENIt.\'G JAMBOREE
of ninety-three lives lost ,1 WITU SLICED
the low weekly. average of daily 95 "soldiers on highways almost equaling EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE BAND
as the killed In action in Korea Beets
American war entered its twelfth month. aaa 12 2a

military deaths In all of the Nation's wars inc1uding
the first year of the Korea;: -
conflict have
total! of 998.000 in reached a
SPONSORED
the 16 year since the Battle lit' .UU-nrCAN: LARGE
ton of Lexin- LEGION SUNSWEET
on April 19, 1775. In the POST 56
fifty-one
years and six months '

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i his furlough with his parents Mr. Mi awl :Mrs Curtis --
1fOKER( and Mrs. J. K. Douglas in Starke of Jacksonville and E. W.Chambers Hodges, ipent J Monday afternoon, at Earl. won .11 Stark Friday morning F Brown. Mrs. Snlll. Hal) of Gainesville,
inn Lake
I and Mr. and Mrs Howard Douglas |Jr, of U. S Army. Fort Jack- Mrs. E.fishing.J. Lewis. Allen Lewis shopping cud their son, Outs HAMPTONBy Fathers; Day guests of C. C. I spent. Sunday here and were din-
came
lit here. I Ison. S. C. spent last weekend with in from Korea Gee werethey Tklwell were his daughter, !Mrs\ ner guests of Mr. and Mrs V J
IA''' and Edward Endicott In
F J. Tommle Hamilton Allen Lewis ':their were proud parents. I Walter Herln and three children Slade.
I parents Mr. and Mrs. I. VVi Starke business.Mr. :Mrs M. C Sweeney
Monday
and Ernest Douglas spent the I i Hodges and family on Mr and Mra. Berry Dyal Jr. I I of Macon, Ga., his cousin Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and
and Mrs.
John Freeman an,1Mrs.
ors in our section are- weekend In St. Petersburg sightseeing |I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis spent T. S. Mann were visiting are proud parents of a baby girl :Melody Jean MayA Bryant t. !Macon and his brother son Billy spent the weekend with
". w'atermelonsG I and visiting Mr. and Mrs. I the weekend In Dundee with relatives. relatives In Hawthorn born June 10 Both are doing and sistur-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Ellen Saxon. They are now
In.
Sunday. Jean
daughter Melody was
tobaccO Harry Hamilton and family. I nicely. D V. Tldwell of Miami living at Jacksonville Beach.
f/other are shipping l Leon R. Lewis who has spent :i Miss Martha Cooke of Fernan- Mrs.Worthington Mary Green spent Mondayat visiting I' Raymond and Equilla Wasdln of!I born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard May. Roy Dyal of New Jersey, visited Mra. M. C. Sweeney Misses
Springs June 12th In Alachua
lotsL on Tuesday
an far load the past two weeks visiting friends dina is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown and Patterson Ga and Mrs Bessie his Hunt Mrs Henry Saxon, here Norma. Joan and Connie Sweeney g
and family County Hospital Mrs. May la tltetorn.r
h I and relatives, at Tavares and her sister Mrs. E. M. Lewis. Taylor of Bell were guests of Mrs. on Momlay. Ho at pr."ent Is Visiting -
Mrs. Olin were Friday guests of Mr.
Hale supper ''i
Mr.S ,
guests Miss florae She and
Sunday Lakeland returned home last I i Cecil Melvin, employee of Seaboard :, Miss Louise Kelley of St. Equilla Roberta Sunday. Betty 1 his mother Mrs. Delia Dyal)I and Mrs. Fred Dodd In Keystone t .
of Center 'i baby Melody came home from the'I .l
lat
Hazes
afternoon.Mr.
f Tuesday Railroad of Wlldwood visited Petersburg Is spending this week Mrs. Eula Green of Lake But. I j High Springs He was accompanied Heights.
and Mrs. Ivan Hazen Jack-I and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, Iva i> his wife and relatives here over here with her parents, Mr. and ler Is visiting Mrs. Equilla Roberts : hospital Sunday afternoon. j I by his grandson of Miami
of C. B. M. (
?, Ivan Jr. Mae Lewis Jean and Edward En- the weekend this week. 'amlM'rSLC'avlng and hla grand-nephew ot Lake
I 1I i iEverett >Mrs. C. S. Kelley Civil Patrol S
dlcott, and Miss Lubedla for a : Motorcycle
I PInholster Padgett of High Springs I I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stricklandof I Monday morning City.Mr.
Vltkery and children Mr.I., were shopping In Gainesville Friday -I was transacting business here Fort McCoy was the guest of week's stay at Children's Bible and Mrs P. E. Griffin of Squad Has Dinner ,
were visiting: I Ii Mission Camp In Polk City were,
Ie ,Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones Sunday Jacksonville spent three lays this,
B Green and girls|I Miss Peggie Cooke of Feman-j i! Richard Gainey of Dundee isspending ; GRAHAM Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gladys Hicks, Earlcen Nazworth, I week with W. H. Griffin. The newly formed Civil Patrol v
Don.elle Jacksonville dina spent last week with her sometime here with his II | Starke Ellington of Barbara Matchett, Connie Swee I Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope and I Motorcycle Squad enjoyed 1dln- t
I the
) of sister, Mrs. E. M. Lewis. grandmother Mrs Curtis Melvin Hy Mrs. John McKlnny spent past week with nay, Bill Alderman, Johnny Dodd, sons, of Eau Qallle are spendinga
relatives. (I
eekend here with his I I Cecil Davis of the U. S. Army, I Shirley Parker and a number of of Danny Dodd and Lanford Hicks j! two weeks vacation, at their I nor meeting at Klngsley Lake last ,
Doris Kelley. and I I1"u. I Fort Jackson S. C. spent the friends enjoyed last weekend at Mr. and Mrs John Surrency hadas Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ortagos S. S. Party Hampton home. I night, with James Bell, the only

G. W. Davis weekend with his parents Mr. and\i Daytona Beach. their dinner guests Sunday, Jacksonville Kate were visiting Mrs. The Intermediate Class of I I Mr. and Mrs Herbert, Futch of Starke member of the squad, acting -
t' Leonard Fowler In I Mrs. J. L. Davis. I Several from here attended the Mr. and Mrs. ClauSaunlC'rs, Mr. Starling Sunday. Young People from the First Lakeland were visiting the H. B. I as host! ;
Tads' and relatives i ieently. j Rev. Earl Willis and Mrs. Rosa funeral of Walton Clemons at and Mrs. Tommy Saunders, Mr. Lewis Starling of Gainesvillewas Christian Church enjoyed a moon I 1 Wlgglnn and George Williams Hell said that the squad was just
, and PInholster spent last Wednesday,New Hope Church Sunday after- and Mrs. Mack McKenzie and visiting In our section Sun- ,, light picnic party at Hampton ,I families over the weekend. I
1 tire. Dave Shaw visited visiting Mrs. Mana Wiggins whoIs noon. daughter: of Jacksonville and Mr. day. I Lake Wednesday night of last j Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall re- formed a few weeks ago and they
'.. ot, Lacrosse and chllfH. a patient in St. Vincent's Hospital Mrs F. A. Gainey and children and Mrs. A. Padgett of Hague.Mr. Mr and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff and I week. A ten minute devotional! coolly enjoyed the sights of Rain- need 1 new members from this district
.. Roy Green. I Jacksonville. They reported 1 are spending two weeks In North and Mrs. Thomas L. Steward son. Walter. Mr. and Mrs. John period followed the supper i how Ranch, near 0,111111., .... badly. However, he .wild that
K. Dukes and MM. Wiggins improving nicely. Carolina visiting friends and, and, son Allen. Mrs. A. O. San- McKinney and son Ottls were in I Vernie Keyes In recuperating I Dorothy Kngelke/ of Melrose spent I applicants must have their own
R. We are sorry to report Mrs T. | relatives. born, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wallace Gainesville Sunday afternoon visit!
I Mr. and Mrs. from a. month's may In the Lake Wednesilr! night/ with Mrs Mall motor to qualify.
revisited D. Dyal is a patient in Ala,'hua Mr.\ and Mrs. R. F. Gano had as of East palatka were visit- ing friends.Mr and attended an
City Veterans Hospital. Thursday they t
Sunday afternoon. I County Hospital Gainesville We their Father's Day guests Mr. and Ing Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Mar- and) Mrs. Leonard McKinneyof Eastern Star m,+.-ling In Lake Anyone Interested may secure
Oln! C. E. Crosby and I wish her a speedy recov'ry.Mrs. Mrs. Ovid Gano and, little son of tenlon Friday. Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wecst nn application blank from him at
Wfsconnett, were visit-1 Emory Lewis and Mrs. Paul ,, Gainesville '" spent the weekend and family of Miami, arrived I Butler
t| and Mr. and Mrs. 1,1.1' \\. Those enjoying a fishing trip to' with Bell's behind the bus
Garage
\;\l/, :Mrs H. B. Crosby Faulkner of Pine Level visitedthe ,, Gano and little daughter of St. Lake Cress this weekend were R.I I ale: parents Mr. and :Mrs.\ Saturday for a two week visit Mr. and, Mm. F. 1) Hall and e S
Sundny.. i it i i L. L. Parkers Monday- i i Augnst ine, E. Bailiff and son Walter. Mat John McKinney\ ,, with 1IrVet'at'e mother Mrs T children, Bruce and, Frances, and station. A

ttt t: jo Crosby, who) Jimmie Hazen of Starke Is Visiting Mr. and Mrs Raymond Crews thew Wasdln and lion Julian and -
J.1 'ling her parents, Mr. relatives here this week i lend daughter Margie Sue of Jacksonville Edward, Rroughton.
| B. Crosby and family Birthday Picnic I i I Mr. and Mrs. J. F.. Hardy Mr. and Mrs L. E. Ratliff hadas
Jturncd to Greensboro Ij | Melba Tetstone celebrated her I and girls of Starke and Mr. and their dinner guests Sunday Mr. We We Reserve
has accepted employ-1 19th birthday anniversary with a''I Mrs.\ Coleman Deese Worthing-- and, Mrs. Leo Dyal of Brooker, v
Jihs j! Fletcher Company) picnic at Hampton Lake. A large: i I ton spent Father's Day ns guestsof Bobby Dyal of Jasper and Alma I f
) 9 the Right
'i enmglas number of friends and relatives their parents Mr. and Mrs. 0'1 Let" Dyal of Gainesville. AppreciateYour t y I

of the U. 3.U were present"to wish her a Happy i,I W Barry. i Mr, and Mrs. Earl Starling are
p Mass Is spending, Birthday.Mr. I| Mrs. Reulah Harrell and Mrs.\ spending the week with Mrs. Star- to LimitQuantities
000 and Mrs. James Atkinson :I, ]AT O. nil rrpll and little son were j linn's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

.,- ;;. '11' llUEI" ':. of Thomnsvllle. Ga. were visiting I I visiting Mrs. Cecil Moore In p Sanders of Penney Farms. Business
friends and relatives here last Gainesville Sunday, I Mrs Louie Dempsey has returned -
' HONE 218 week: || Annette Green and Katherine from Laurel, Miss where she FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 22.23
Mr. and Mrs. Howard of Colum-I Harrell returned Saturday from has been visiting her daughter !
LONIALORIST bla S. C. were visitors here Mon-Tallahassee i where they attended! and, son-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Joe ,
dav. ]{ the Bradford County 4-H Club Altmyers. I Good EACH

I Mr and Mrs. M. Rhoden and short course. i I Mr and Mrs. Gene'Gillard and
II Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rhoden and | Mr. and Mrs. AT. Williams of family of Manatee are visitingMr. BananasLARGE
children of Hellbronn Springs visited I New Port Rlchey are spending this Gillard's sister, Mrs. Leon 89C
I their sister Mrs. Hattie Melvin week as guests of Mr. and Mrs Wynn. BROOMS ;
\ last Sunday. |I IU. R. Colson. Phillips Martenlon has returned
r OWERS :I Barbara Sue and Dickie Davis I 1 Mr and Mrs. R. L. CoNon of home after a trip to Miami.
ALL OCCASIONS i children of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. i I Gulfport, Miss spent last WedI -'1 Robert and Richard' Cain and

Davis returned home Sunday after -I nesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. Billy Brotighton have returned after GOLDEN RIPE Del Monte 2'!/ Size EACH
I spending the past three weeksin B. Colson. a trip to North Carolina. '
Dundee visiting with their Mrs. G. B. Colson attended lit-I| Mrs. Foster Reynolds and son,
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R. J. tle Margaret Colson's birthday Richard, of Norfork. Va. are
(j) Waters. I party in Starke last Thursday' 1 Ii I spending! a while with Mr. and Mrs. i PEACHES 31 C

Wanda and Deliah Williams of,i afternoon. F. T. Abernathy.Mr. 3 Ibs. 29c '
5H GARDENS Dundee are spending this week: Diana Colnon of Starke Is and Mrs. Fletcher Griffin
,
, 1 with Barbara and Dickie Davis. i I spending this week visiting! her spent the weekend In Jacksonville ,
\ POTTERY i| We are sorry to report that Bu- grandmother Mrs. G. B. Colson. visiting her sister Mrs. Maude ,

| ford Moore of Starke, nephew of i Mr. and Mrs Allen Bishop and ,, Phillips
.frED PLANTS i Mrs. N. Mott Is very ill in Ala : two sons and Mrs. Scott and two j 1 i' Mr. and Mrs Drown Johnsonand i
IWERS WIRED chua County Hospital Gainesville j girl of Mobile. Ala. spent the son. Richard of Lutz spent' Armours 16 Oz.
.XYWHERE We wish him a speedy recovery. i weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. !I Irarkey. I: the weekend here with Mr. and I HAMS'SWIFT'S H

I Mrs. N. Mott is spending a few i I Mrs. John McKlnney. Ropelee and I II
I Stark days in Gainesville with her:I Mr. and Mrs Charlie Kelley and i I Glory McKinney went home with PORK&BEANS 12c
{I I daughter, Mrs. Herschel Layfleld three children, Mrs. Mattie Sewell them to spend thla week.Mr. j.

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f Wed Stork Shower Sylvia CrawfordTo Birthday Party Enrollment Good I Housewarmi-
Miss Hutto To h
'For Mrs. Wed Mr. Hagan : For Marian GreenLittle At Vacation At Sullivan
Charles C. Parker Thompson Bible School Horn!

14L i Saturday Evening Marian Green, daughter Mr,
AfternoonA storlshower i I"on ,.
Sunday L
I A delightful surprise
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green, was dellRhtflllh BUlL"
given Tuesday evening I The Vacation Church School, <
was !r Crawford, Starke announces Tues urpri8lod
friends
Cliff of her
Mr. 25
Interest hostess to Warming 11
,
of outstanding
wedding of last week by members of the' engagement and ap- In sponsored by the Starke Methodist PllrlItll' '
Miss the afternoon at a lawn party Monday n lilt;
will be the marriage of ''Business and Professional Woman',I of his dough- day Presbyterian, and Episcopal venlnlr br .
marriage third birthday
daughter of Mr. and proachlng celebration of her the Business 11'"
Garnita Hutto Club honoring Mrs. Wllllanr I Churches, started Monday morn- "
Charles A. Hagan '
Gladys Mooty Charles I ter Sylvia, to I m -n's Prntsep
to
Mrs. Lawrence S. Hutto Thompson The home of Mrs. Don I anniversary.The ing. June 18!, at the Starke Club The .
hone 35 of Mrs. Let-, | of coolidge Ga. in the was home *
CrelRhton Parker son picnic table yard or
Champion wa the setting for the' eventof Methodist Church with an enrollment Weltl1101'f1aeW811
Jacksonville, to be, marriage will be an t the -
tie Parker of ) The and blue IC
affair. with a pink pa ns
overlaid of 92 children, and 17 work. r
23, at the
June ;
afternoon, Saturday evening, The Iff
snlemniapd Sunday I The twelve guests assembled on cloth with :matching ers on the faculty staff. There member,
Bride in the First :, o'clock In the Pleasant Hope per party lIented of lIf!
Elect o'clock
Miss Garnita Hutto Popular June 24, at 4:30: the patio where arrangements ol eight Starke.No During the( are three departments in the Mr. SUlllv'Q I
Church. Offlcaling at ;i Methodist Church of napkins and plates. lovely *
Methodist gladioli and roses were effectively school: the Kindergarten for children and Useful
I Series Of Pre-Nuptial Parties sent -
At
Honored the ceremony will be Rev. ThomasQ. Invitations are being afternoon multi-colored balloons, new home 1111I
I used In decorations. Games were II and relatives of the 'I| of ages 4 and 5; the Primary

t4I Miss Garnita Hutto and Charle E. K. Perryman. Mitchell.bride-elect has chosen as her 1 played during the evening and a; couple bul all are friends invited to attend were given to the youngsters as I Department for children of ages her After Mrs. SUUIVI\J1| \ hu

f LJ Parker, whom marriage will be an Pastel arrangement. of seasonal matron The of honor her sister-in-law,I:1: prize was won by Mrs. Curtis. I favors and games were enjoyed. 6, 7, and 8; and the Junior Department lIcloulI gft thp l:1'oup: !II)

I I event of Sunday afternoon have i flowers were used in decorating] of Malone. Crawford, bride- Assisting Mrs. Green in caringfor I for children of ages 9, rerreshnent', '
Hutto,
F. Miss Sylvia I
Mrs. Tillman alonll
several dallghtful ,the of the home. The tea Jackson-I I Refreshments were served buffet bv the
been the inspiration for, rooms I I 10, and 11.Theme RII..t..
id ville. The bridesmaids will I : elect of June 23, was Honored last her little daughter's guestswere I
the close of the
wrck with Italian Cutwork style during even-
In the past table, overlaid an '
wi parties J. C. Wynn of Jacksonville and Tuesday afternoon with a bridal Miss Kate StruUl, \lr*. A.. C. of the school this year Irttsoelngr!' trip
of cloth, was centered with a Ing. \
In the series parties Iebe
The first Miss Sharon Hall of Starke. I shower at the home of her sister Manassa of Jacksonville and Miss is the Church. I Places that John
held for the young couple was a graceful arrangement of pink and )J Mrs. Thompson was the recipient his Wea1e,>,
Best man for the bridegroom- in-law Mrs. Herbert Harris. Joan Smith.WCTU. Special activities this week Include first to
and silver of ,
dinner party given by Mr. white carnations In a an. many lovely gifts from I closing Ameri
)frl. James W. Ritch WednesdaY tlque soup tureen. Flanking the elect will be Warren W. Winklerof members of the club. The guests enjoyed many games a picnic Friday for the The RrR810n nr 11.

,; Iq evening of last week at their home centerpiece were two three-branch- Starke and the ushers will be and contests with prizes given to To MeetThe Kindergarten and Primary Departments I will be MJ IIn Pnlda1 .
r' Lyle Anderson of Green Cove at Kingsley Lake and June 20 at the
gtII at the State Farm. ed candelabra holding burning Sparks Elected the winners. MethOdir
Early summer flower were white tapers. Sliver compotes and Springs, Tlllman F. Hutto of Jacksonville The gift. were' delivered to the WCTU will have its business a trip to St. Simon's Island, Ga. ,I Honal buildingA&P's Thrre ti!

used In decorating the home fo' trays held dainty sandwiches and Comer Perryman and M. New Chairman bride In a baby carriage, pushedby program and social meetingat for the Junior Department in i al: hlhlla ot all work do"",,,

. :ii the occasion. A graceful bouquet cakes. The buffet was enhanced C. Wells of Starke. I Children's CommitteeThe little Keith Mosley, Jacksonville the Tabernacle next Friday, study of early Methodist Church I hool 5n4 a 8hartn. p

of red dahlias and white Shasta with an artistic arrangement of Following the ceremony a reception and Linda Lou Harris, June 29, at 3 o'clock. History. The Juniors will take a I' the children The PUhlk1
F 1 __ I will be held In St. Mark's 'Iy invited
r rtnlxlpn wera attractively arrancedIn 1"nlnk;... and_ whit nm__ asters.n' Starke, who were dressed as a
Bradford Child
: a crystal bowl used us' the ren The many lovely gifts w..r--n;; Pariah' House. Issued ren's Committee met County Monday at bride and groom, while the song, If .. - 4_
of the buffet serving table,, tables set in the den. No Invitations have been I
terplece display on up "An Apple Blossom Wedding"was
Avery Inn for the regular monthly
I which was overlaid with a lace Greeting guests at the door waMrtt. but all friends of the couple. are invited luncheon meeting. : played. I I WARM

cloth. Ferryman and standing in the to attend.Benefit WEATffi
Plans were made for carryingout After the gifts were opened'irefreahm..nts ;
r The guests of honor were presented receiving line were Mrs. C. E. .
various projects of the served by Mrs. '
with personal gifts from Johns, Mrs G. S. Newcomb, Miss MasqueradeHeld committee were I
under the leadership of the Arch Ellington, Mrs. Edwin' Foods
.' their hosts as a remembrance of Hutto, Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mrs. I Help You
the occasion. Lettie Parker. Inviting the guests In USO. new chairman, Rev. S E. Sparks Smith: Mrs. H. Ellington and Mrs.

After the dinner the twelve to the tea table were Mrs. J. L. Club Jack Trawlck announced that Herbert Harris.

t guests enjoyed television. Anderson and Mrs. Juanita Phil By Junior he would offer his services am a Out of town guests Included ENJOY COOL SAVINiCustomers'

ips. Assisting the guests In the I The U S. O. building, attractively swimming and canoe instructorto Mrs. Mary Lou Moaley and .,
-
The E. K. Ferryman summer Halle the county school system In co.
dining room were Mrs. W. G. festooned with multicoloredcrepe daughter, Katherine of Jackson
home at Kingsley Lake wal the and Mrs. Titus Olson. streamers and balloons : operation with the school's summer ville. Mrs. Mosley is a slater of Our OwnTAl4LB. :
paper
scene of a delightful informal : recreational
program. .
last Mrs. Tlllman Hutto poured durng was the scene Saturday the bride.WMU
covered dish Friday .
b supper the first hour and Miss Sharon of masquerade < 1.2 LB. u
: evening for Miss Hutto and Mr. evening a gay I
Parker. Hosts for the affair were Hall poured the second hour. dance given by members of the WSCS Meeting Holds Program 23c 45c

members of the Methodist Church The bride-elect was presentedwith Junior Woman's Club. Held Monday; Business rr & 4 I 89t
Choir. a platter from her chosen Around nine o'clock the guests MeetingAt .
'
'
i Arrangements of summer flowers china pattern by her hostesses asa began arriving at the ballroom New Circle FormedThe Church TuesdayThe w Corner Ann Page DRESSING l
SALAD
and native greenery were used remembrance of the occasion. forming a galaxy of story book I Is .
:r to highlight points of Interest in Invited to be present with Miss characters depicting Little Red monthly business and pro- program and business *

'l the home. Hutto and the hostesses were 150 Riding Hood cow girls, cow boys, gram meeting of the Methodist meeting of the Baptist W. M. U. What do you consider Pts. 35c QtS. 6ltA

The young couple were the recipients nests. Chinese maids, French maids, a WSCS was held In the educational was held In the educational buildIng good service in a food store?

of a beautiful table lamp Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns French butler, bull fighters, Daniel building on Monday. Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: Do you get it at your AP? "
from the Choir members as a Boone, LII Abner, clowns, sailors, The executive board meeting be. o'clock with 43 members present.The & P Cheddar CHEESE
at a picnic -
are entertaining supper gan at 11:30: a.m., and followed -, Of course we expect all
of was
memento the occasion. French Sailors, baseball players,
t meeting was opened by sing-
this evening (Friday) at their our employees to be friendly
with luncheon -
Lake cigarette girls and harem girls. served by Ing the W. M. U. hymn "Jesus l-21b.-31c ILUli
home Ktngsley
on
iiimmer
Wednesday afternoon from four The had difficulty In pick. members of Circle Two, Mr.. H.. and courteous. But we
judges Calls Me", followed with
and
honoring Miss Hutto Mr. prayer
to six o'clock. Miss Hutto was hon M. Rlcharde leader. think good service beyond
Ing the best-dressed character. Mrs. Priest. goes "
by Clyde
ored at a lovely miscellaneous arker. The I ISwt.anaTuna
Mr. and regular bunlneas and pro. that. We train our
Serving as Judges were
shower at the home of Mrs. E. K. Pastel arrangements of seasonal The Doris Knight Circle was In
L Mrs. Guy Sale, Mr. and Mrs. Rich. gram meeting was held duringthe employees to be prompt efficient -
Ferryman on W. Madison street. flowers and native greenery will be afternoon session with Mrs. charge otthe program on the I Fish Flake Flats 2
ard Fowler, and Mr. and Mrs. ,helpful and accurateas
4 Hostessos for the party were Mrs.J. used lo decorating the rooms ofthe Titus Olson presiding. Circle One, topic "Fool'ishness, Wisdom, Pow. -J
:'4 L. Anderson, Mrs. L. J. Green, home. Claude Crowson. They awardedthe Mrs. I... A. Davis leader, had er". Those taking part were, Mrs well. < u.w WMM.Good

Mrs. W. O. Halle, Mrs. C. E. Johns. Twenty intimate friends of the prizes to Miss Jerry Howard, charge of the worship service and T. K. McClane and Mrs. O. L. service also requiresthat Ann Page SALAD MUSTARD6oz.9c

rs 4 Mrs. Q. S. Newcomb MIMI Pat honored couple have been Invitedto who was gowned as Martha Wash. program. Mrs. J. H. Ritch gave Llnsen, the devotional was given the store itself be clean

t L Le.xnbe.Mra. Titus Olson and Mrs. enjoy the affair. ngton.. and Ned Yancey, who took the devotional, and Mrs. E. L.Matth..ws by Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, Mrs well stocked and well operated 9oz.-ll}
the part of a typical pirate.
and Mrs. T. H. Slade Clyde Priest presented the 4 and 6 .

: Colson Clan Cpmes From Far And Near I'I'I The prizes were contributions gave Interesting talks on "I Too year old Sunbeams who sang Anytime AP does
Store your
from
IFilml Stump's Department Shall Give." several and repeated theirwatchword. Creamy Smooth PEANUT
songs BUT!
For Reunion
At Kingsley Lake Last Sunday and Bradford Hardware. Plans were discussed for the annual Mrs. George Jones not measure up to these 8 OZ.
I I I Two cakes, contributions of Mrs i yardsticks of good service, 12 OZ. J4 Qt
. turkey dinner and bazaar to presented the Sunbeam rhythm
One hundred or more Mrs. Juanita Truluck and son, O. J. Edwards Jr. and Mrs. W. T. our loyal employees wantto
be held in the fall. band, who entertained with music
i dants of the late J. O. James, Alachua; Mr. and Mrs. Corum were raffled off duringthe Evening! Circle early Organize and followed with know about it. Please 24c 33c 59c
; i time prominent citizen of dellcen'l Lemuel Colson, Jr. and son, Panama song prayer
evening. A new circle, to be held In the by Mrs. McClane. write : .
ford County and veteran City; Mr. and Mrs. Luther In charge of the delightful evening's ,.. "" 'Oft>
, Civil and Indian Wars, gathered Reel, Winter. Haven: Mrs. Percy entertainment were Mrs. evenings>: was organized: Tuesday ,The business meeting was pre- ANN FAGS: p 'nEGRAPEJEiLV
night when
c Sunday. June 17, at Kingsley Kelly and children, Miami; Laura Al K. Carlisle, chairman and her parsonage with the group Mrs. T met, O in MItchell the sided over by the president Mrs CUSTOMER RELATION

I Beach for a family reunion. Colson, Newberry; Mr. and Mrs. committee composed of Miss LII. aa hostess. Mrs. Olin White-, S. K. Sparks, Mrs. Wesley An- DEPT.
Among those present were two Arthur Little and children, Mr. A&P Food Stores
han Stump Miss Evelyn Stump Jr. was elected leader. jrews opened with prayer, and
ions and two daughters of the and Mrs. Spencer Colaon, Lake 420 Lexington Avtt.. ,
Mrs. Wm. Scruggs, Mrs. Leslie The July meeting will be held meeting was closed with prayer New' York 17, N. Y. Plb.1 Glass-!j11 j
late J. Q. Colson: Dr. Lemuel Colon City; Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly Biggs, :Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mra. with Mrs. Olson. Mr. Luther

: / Mrs. Margaret Kelly G. B. and sons Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin. Mrs. N. B. Rosier, by Pickering. -

Colson, and Mrs. Al Williams. Angus Belling and children, Mr. Jr. and Mrs. W. T. Corum. j I ;\ prices' In this ad guarantied through -
.
I Another son, residing in El Paso, and Mrs. Thomas Rimes and children proceeds from the dance will go lJO.i Saturday, June 23rd.SfLTANA Unite house

. Texas, was unable to attend. Dukes; E. L. Kelly, Jr., Ferhandlna to the State hospital at Chatta. I Friday Double I"" /

Tables out the facing Mr. and Mrs. Eustace L. I MILK
i on balcony hoochee, I;! LC ,
A
I the lake, were spread with a Kelly, New River; Mr. and Mrs. i Saturday Feature ,
I
J bountiful picnic lunch, which was' Goldwlre Coition, Hollywood; Mr. Honor GraduateRev. June 22, 23 LTARKE: ..FLA."- Program I I! IIABV CANS TALL CANSlona :

i enjoyed at noon. Afterward the and Mrs. Archie Colson and girls: OLIVES

younger members went swimming I Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Ira McCormick -- H4-27c 2-27c
and Mrs. S. 3. Grady of
' while the elders gathered and children, Mrs. Margaret
304 Park St. have just received "BELL STARR'S DAUGHTER"George 4 4-2 Oz. Stuffed 44 Oz. Green>
Mrs.
Meadows, Mr. and
pictures.
group
t tor// I '
word of the graduation honors bestowed
This was the first reunion Henry Soehl, Mrs. Llllie Carver Montgomery and Ruth Roman .
their granddaughter; ,
several rear, and! members of \hP' Nr,. Wilbert Eberl and! Connie, upon I i]
of Norwich- 34c
family Came from as far west as,Mr. Evelyn Pouts and daughter, town Nancy, Conn.Ann Murphy TS.J:* ITfita-" AND 23c FLOUR -

Los Angeles, as far north as Chi. Mrs. Ronald Eberle and Linda, the American : I < .
She won from FRANK BUCK in "TIGER FANGS"Also I S IJ1H. 10 LBS. 23 LB;
far east Charleston, Merle and Norman Wallace, Jacksonville -
cago, as as Legion the Gold Medal and $5 :

and as far south as Miami Resolutions : Mrs. Mamie McCormick,! award tot the student yanking Cartoon and Serial Sparkle Assorted Flavors Drwert* i! I 37c 71c 1.69

to make the reunion a biennial I Harry McCormick, Lantle Colson, highest In the graduating class.
affair attested to the success Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gwynn Fort I I
I' She also won the Silver Amerlran SUN. .1ON.:' TUES. JUNE 21 23: 26
,
-
White J. A. Hazen, Tavares Mrs.
;
i 'I of the occasion. : Legion. Medal and $5 award for GELATINE for 20c

, Those present. on this happy Opal Marshburn, Marianna; Mr. I making highest in American History .... .. ..-- _
I tJ occasion included: Mrs. Annie and Mrs. Al Williams, New Port I and the Nathan Oilman $5 =, '- H..t... "..10. .I1..t ;,..It. .JeW,....

: Colson Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Col- Rlchey; Mrs. Ruby Adams, Mr. award for ranking highest In arith my hi-and... ib

aon, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and Mrs. C. B. Lybrand and son, metic. of
I Mr. and Mrs. Resale Colson and Charleston, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. I, Miss Murphy will enter. the Nor. jve ywI I, A &: T Grade A Sweet Fruits tind Vegefgll

I three daughters! all of Starke; Raymond Colson, Gulfport, Miss.; with Academy In the fall.

r former State Senator Hal Y. Mrs. Lois Hodges, Chicago, 111.,I PEAS No. 303 25c .
t Maines, Mrs. Maine. and children -
Mrs. Sarah Mailman, Chattanooga, Ladies AuxiliaryThe California t Ine Rip LarglSI& :
Mrs. Margaret Kelly, Lake t

Butler; William and Walter Colon Tenn., Mrs. Bessie Day, Los Ladles. Auxiliary of the ) each-2 2 2liard !

Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Colson, Angeles, Calif.Farewell Presbyterian Church will meet at CANTALOUPES,

I the home of Mrs.. 1<. G. Duncan on ( Ripe

Young Women's Party Thursday June 28, at 3:30: p.m. ,
I : tirtt Ch ice e>f Smdrr Shoppers 1 H!

Circle MeetingThe I For Father NeuhausFather All.members are urged to be pro.nt. TOMATOES, lb. -

I ofl I : 'Super-ttfght' 38-30 Lb. AxerageWATERMELONS.
Young Women's Circle William Neuhaus was I

the Presbyterian Church held its : honored Tuesday evening at a Ji 0 Meat Values each-8 8

June meeting at the home of Mrs. farewell party given by membersof I

Charles Shepherd Thursday eve- the Catholic Altar Society In i A Permanent Record of unklHt Large JuicyLEMONS ,
Mrs. W. E. the Recreation Han : .
with
ning of last week
_____ I Moment _
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Your
Dowllng presiding.The Summer flowers were Used In Happiest 6 I1 l
program on "Family Worship" decorating the Mall for the occasion -\ Allg..d Sliced (Fancy tugar! Cured) : for -

was given by the supply with a graceful bouquet attractively .I New Whit*'


r pastor plans During,were George the mnde McMaitter.business for a onew..ek'vacation meeting the howl refreshment used arranged as Oie table.centerpiece in The a crystal table of I II BACON, lb. 49c POTATOES, 10 lb. bag-3 3!!


Bible school, class to beheld ,
covered with beautiful hand I -
was a Aq ,
The Circle also has 'n ,
in July. NiL
1 .
made lace cloth. Mrs. E. Cooper p
_
L greed to serve refreshments!' at poured punch during the reception, I4: "Suprr-Rlgnf Fully the Young People's meetings on
and was assisted by Mrs. Paul Shank Small Smoked
5- Sunday evenings. Kelpher.I Armour's 1 LB. Can

served Delirious by the hostesses refreshments, Mrs. Shepherd were-'i I Father Neuhaus. who was transferred PICNIC CORNED BEEF HASH 4Armour's

and Mrs. Helen Patterson, to the Deland parish on lb. 47c BEEF ,4

i during the social hour. Wednesday Is being replaced by CORNED

'Father Francis J. Dunleavy of I Armour' 4 Oz. Can
Fernandina. i You will che rlsh forever the

Jerome Johns HonoredAt I I pictures of your wedding. VIENNA SAUSAGE 2
: Fre-h Florida Grade A Whole
will
that keep I
Canasta Party :I I Dinner Party the Photographers memory of each moment Armours CHOP HAM 5


_ Mrs. Charley E. Johns entertained At Nollman Home alive in every glowing detail. FRYERS lb. 55elIf'nnan' LIFEBUOY bath bar J

at birthday party Monday I'I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman PHONE 265; I fQtL.A SWAN bar -
regular
evening at the Johns' summer -
dinner
entertained lovely
'I at a ,
home on Crystal Lake. for her I party Thursday evening of last __ LUX SOAP bath bar ]
on. Jerome who was celebrating ,
; week honoring Mrs. Pauline Mc- Produced by RON ORMONO-P Ills 22nd anniversary. bar
WOODBURYS
Leod of Columbia. S. C.. houseguest regular
I
Decorating the home for the occasion J. M. Mitchell.
of Mrs.
KIRKS -
I CASTILE SOAP
were numerous arrangements -I The dinner table was centered WED., TIIUK. JUNE 27, 28 DOUBLE FEATURE FRANKS lb. 60cllfnnn'e j _

of pink and white gladioli with a crystal bowl filled with

in delicate haJes.. Tempting refreshments -I I graceful arrangement of pink "YELLOW SKY" and "ABOUT FACE" 1 I A & P Food StoreThe

Including a pink and I gladioli and pastel gardenflowers 1
I ( retjory I Peck, Ann Baxter '''m. Tracy Joe Sawyer Super GradeSAUSAGE
flanked by burning pink UTeI'
white birthday cake were nerved\
J. H. HALUNT.TON, Owner I II
during the evening. tapers in crystal holder. Marking Also LATEST :NEWS: j Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co

Several progressions of canasta trr guestx places were Imported .- E. 19"

were enjoyed l by th18 gu.tt. table ., atH II I- I u-_" -" .-.,,. '." .-. -' '' ., ." 8 oz. 33c j I 300 East Call St.

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MrtBrti Holtzendorf return.hom Mr and Mn. E. J Dowllng Jr Lex Gree'' And Mike Gilhooly .1 I [II. > h ">i. XV 'I- All" < I ,, < ",.I in u d v ''i .ir.. ro. M s i" \ I ,) N
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"! I I I"I Kit W II II ll I "I.I I I i I" t \ i ''>i>) .r %'''ur an. 1.1 \101 \\A.
Sunday utter and moving out to the attended the American Legion I ,. ,, 1"41: V' .uif. T, ,. I. ,<.,
spending ? family are >(f'i Xildli" f' ,I- c.i; in &1 1..1 I i. ". -\\ i i ,ill. idliiK i'n 111*' i itmplutntu I I I i i. li ivJ
werlt at Snwftnnce Springs tnttether Dow ling cottage on Klngsley Lake I meeting m Palatka Wednesday III., ,,nv "tlOl.., .,,.,), S, w Y..rk, V V .. .lh>- 1'1..I..IIff. N Attorney. T I'M'22 I "' ''I. \1. ",
Ytiii KI..' hfrohy tmttfit thiit a Kiuiik. l.niiilrum. Slarke, Florida and |
with her mothtr. Mrx. R thm week for the lummor evening null for Divorce haa bin fllftliiicnlnHt i fill' i hi. i.ilKlnal, '. In the office of the 1-| 4J White T.II.'k "Traitor.
Koolbcch of Jasper her throe Mr. and Mra. N B. Rosier drove vuu In the ahnnamed i ',Irrk or ihe "I'lri,'lilt I'ourt' on or. Imiron "Motor. No 1211 A 7&Rr., 8.' i lal Nu
Juntzen Short*, Red Navy 1'iitirt, iind faun* anil volt: arc rHqiilrfd > the 'lid" dnv or July. lf>M.: 3IU4r.. Model WA 80
slBtem. Mr R L. Morgan of to Jacksonville Satuiday to get II IIMra. and Whit $3.95: : at Stump'h.Rlckev tn Hi>rv'' a copy of your an.M.*>rr i>lher",liie the .HlleRatlona of aald and Mill\ .ell the .same or *" mut'h
Brun.wi to lha complaint on thl'lMlnlirf .. | iv.nipliilni ulll be taken aa conrexeed thereof as la required to *all4fySIH
<'k. Ga. Mrs. F O Prrrx' Rosier'* sister. Miss Anice > pli'adhia .
THE HEWS and Sylvia Herndon of '. Atlnrnrv, J f I'nrramiLMW -, by you' h i xe otlon In the principal .inof
of Houston. Texan Mrs H. CLedtju Green who will spend the summer Valdoata Ga. are visiting their Kxtluinitv Knlliliii' JaikMonvilli i Thla notice, ahall be. publlahedonte U. 02I4. together with Interest.
and with the Rosters. *.. Klnrlila, anil file III* nrlKlnalin each. week. for four conaeciltlvaweekii thereon from, the first nay ">f Fehruary
daughter. Glorlda of
I COw West Columbia. T..xfts.Ir.. Holt- Mr. and Mra. G. E. Miller and Riti'h. for month Court nn or h.u." thn 21rddav rnphimed costs Hod. expensea of levy aodsale
McKeeverm James Bell plans to leave July zendorf and nan. B. C, Joined them I son, Jack were guests of the a of ,Julv 1M ; n'hHwl... Iht alIttfatlonM thl'. tnih da>' of June, 1951AIj to the highest and h' _! bidder
!lIJ'1I jajnes 10 for a otx -weeks' vacation with I Mrs F F Flume and Mrs. R.I nf Halil I'oniplHlnt will hI'* ((\F""' SKAT,) A J. Thomaa for cash at the Month front door ">f
Mountain View, for the weekend. James Blacksheara at Kingsley oonrrMHod. clerk of the circuit CourtHy "-. ''....nly "'ourt House In Htarkadford .
of A CoUon last InJacksonville. I"kpn aa by you .... .
In Clncinattl Ohio. pent Friday .Inrl. County during
hla parents bn fnlhllnhMnnc Haven CroM Clerk
Sun- Friends I nottcff Hhall >v Deputy
of Thla
Mr. W
Hour. H. Graham Lake over the weekend. I .. .
few Ih. .. .I 10. lira of saltt on 6th day
,d for a I .arh .k for four oonaertitlv 6 8X 41 7l8Ml !|
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane.Jr. <* w" .
Mn. will\ be "r A".I.. A n IP Mth .
with Dr. and happy to hear she return Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour I wi..>aa In the Itradford County T..I.-
visited and Mrs. I Thl.. 1981Iff
north fromborDe and family Mr. ed from St. Luke's Hoxpltal Sun and sons Douglas and Harold 11".1'10. 'IKK TIP tlM'Ktlt ::' : ;....
their way T. K. McClane Sr. in Lake City I Margaret Colson (OKKlCtAI. HEAI,> A. J. Thoman, In I .lpe.lt ( i>.... I......(<>rtl CuuiKriKlorldat ... of llradford CounlY.Flo.III. ,
day. Although Mrs. Graham la I were Saturday visitors in Jacksonville Cli-rk of tho Circuit Court.Py : III kancerr.IHIIe ...
returned yester- on Father's Day. still In bed she! Is much Improved. Haven Croaby. Pfniity. Cl...rk '' Mae ( liminlniix. Plaintiff va 6111 5t 7120
Rep. Doyle E. Conner la attend Has Birthday Party dim 4t Tin Arthur. Clnrencn Ctiiniillniia, liefendnnt : I
Texas after epend.I.i. Mrs. D. A. Montelth of Euntls Is Miss Florlcd KlUlngsworth, who '

toO. vacation Inn ing the summer session at the staying with the Grahams for the I has been working In Green Cove \Mrs. R. A. Colaon entertained at IN ..1..lf ('..!.(. Hradfor.1 C..K.ilr, Caae No UPP|
of Florida. \ollc* Tip %ppeap.To' I
University Florida Ckaaerrr.Jnhn
remained time being. Little Joalyce Graham Springs has accepted a position a lovely birthday party Thursday K M.......... .Plulnllff va. "'s- : Arthur Clarence. Ciimmlnfca. .,
at the Nylon Hose $1.00 at Is : Jacksonville. whoee realdence and' addreaa. la rn.known .
Elmer school vlHltlng Mr. and Mrs. Dewy with the Army in afternoon of last week for her nona MorKan, PofrntlantCan .
No MX* ,
J Of Florida. Stump's.Mr. Ward In GainesvlUe this week I II Miss Kllllngsworth having moved daughter Margaret who was celebrating Ordrr Of Pahllrallo.. AH Yon are hereby notified. that a \
MatthewiLy and Mrs. John Mlxon of .. 'nm' T..IW milt for nivorce, cuntoily of child NEW 1951PHILCO
E S. I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and I to Jacksonville last, wf'ek. spent xryirM nv Kl '
i !Mrs her fifth anniversary. .. and other relief haa .
Gainesville, formerly of Starke. .*nonu Moraitn whon rialdpni>9 laM" been filedapralnM
Orlando wherjlt Mrs. Fay Gill visited Mr and Mrs. the weekend with her mother ,
for Twenty-five youngsters played I*. Kllvra Hirvnl Noifolk Vlralnla. vou In Ihe abov* n"n"lll
imdgr. moved back to Starke Monday CoClerk.ort "n,1 "RII'" Rn.1 Y"" arM ....
W. .
son-in-law K Mm.
their of the Wilder In Pine Castle Sun Kate Killlngsworlh. games In the yard and enjoyed refrenJiments .. to appear on .1..1...." '" ..."... a ....,.Y ", YIIII. on.
and occupying one You rrqiilrpit
and Mrs. H. B. Mc- are day. I For print* you Mill be proud to served from a table July' !9r ar Nollman apartments.Mrs. John TJglow and Mr C show your friends. Bring u* jour amt raim... herein. plaintiffHeka th.. \\.Inllr,'. ,\tI..pv, TI""k
Palmer Williams returned F'I also set up on the lawn. The traditional divorce. llrudford CountyTei l..an"rllm. HI..k". "1".10111 ..nllrll.
Blouses, $1.00 at Ward spent Sunday In Jacksonville fllniH for developing and print" birthday rake was Iced In .| >... | rhall nubllnh thla Order. .. th.. ".I..ln,1. In II,.. "rrh'" ,., '10..
to her home here last Friday after In I'hoto and ... weekly l..uealtneHH of the Circuit Court on w befor
with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell. << Ilolljwund In n t four
.J..ry.\\ white with tiny pink candles. Individual Ihe tlrd dnv of
and undergoing an operation In St.Vlncent's \\ mv hand and officialHeal July. 10.11 1.
t Mrs. Guy V. Lee Miss Grace Louise McDowell Mr and Mrs. K. G. calces and baskets of candjea al Htarke, Klorldn, tlila Jiiua1Mb othcmlic, the alleiiatlona of aaldComplaint
Jacksonville
[ Joanna and Rutt ree(1 Hospital returned with them tc son, Kaspar, left Saturday for Oxford IBM I will he taken aa confeepied -
In rainbow colors .
June 2. were givento SEAIA. J. Thomaa.An by youThla
to Starke from Law- on spend a few days.Mrs. Ga. where Kasper entered the children during the after (0K1CIAI. Clerk of Court .:"otlce minll. ba T"ihltchadonce ,
H. Nollman! hostess .
West La- Mrs. W. was Clerk en< hck f'u four Cl'oaiiciitlvawnnka
.
residing on Effle Johns had aa her the summer school session at liv Haven { .n.hy.l Pi-puty
of to the Canasta Club Tuesday noon. Chan. H II...... tlM-dli Uvmranlv' l.lf In the liradforil County Telelinled -
Is pastor I who
I Oxford.
Lee dinner Mrs. Nelson Emory at Kasjiar "rnl.h.
Mr. guests Thursday Assisting Mrs. Colson were llnlldlnir.,. .laikaunvllla. KlorldnAitya. ''
jia: ptlaf Ch urch. evening. Rltch of Ocala and her son. received a I leg Injury tn a water fi.r I'lf 'iU 41 7,13NOTH 'lhl ?.nth ilny of June. 1DSIOFKICIAI .
t'' I Margaret's grandmothers Mra. FF ( .HI-MI,) A J. Thnmaa,
i Freeman Johns of LiVie Butler skiing accident recently la very I Imudl Flume and Mrs. G. B. Colson. MKlerllim Clerk' of ihe Circuit Court

Her guest Monday night was her' Improved although he will ..f One !.uner..1.l ...r for Three Hy Haven Croaby Deputy ClerkSlJJ

HOME & AUTO SUPPLY brother H D. Carter of Maxvllle.Mr. 'I remain on crutches for a month. tear "lerm R...l one Miiier.. .1.iirroe 4t 7111OV
ARM f '! *<> i earaliirsinint
Basis I Heitlre.l lerm ...." .
and Mrs. J. E. Powell and The Duncans spent Saturday Kipling Story ,... ..... n.RoII..... "..II ......pn.. T/XkK 14'SUTICh HII'IIIKF': ihitt: und."..r Rtl.K and by

26 P. O. Box 509 144 W. Call St. son, Johnny Jr. of Jai'ksonville night with Mr. and Mra. J. 11 Of 'Soldiers Three ...." ..1.....,"....... .A .... virtue of an execution laeued. out
if Ihe Circuit Couit of llradfordouiilv
were of Mr. and Trout man lu Atlanta Gu. and Thi'VilTConservationPlstilits :
Wednesday guests to .
Florldn, the flral
day ofl'ebrunrv
Starke, Florida Mrs. C A. Knight. Johnny remained I with Mr and Mra. Roy Smith inTennllle At Florida Sunday of Act..1D4.ChaiHer. notice Ml.Is FlorM her.-l.yHlven .* I9&I I. upon a jiidKiiientrendered ,
Ga. Sunday night returning Htatiilea helil.. July by KHld Court In a certain
with the Knights for sever of an eli-cllon to lie caime lately therein pendltiKn
al days' visit.MJHS to Starke Monday. The adventures of three of the HI', 11.1 1 for the election .of oneiipiTvlsor herein John I II IMilnpa wna I plnln-
ARMALL TRACTORS FARM EQIPMENTWTO \Mrs. Jack Sldman of St. Petersburg moat hilarious privates ever to for. three year' lelm." tern anil i and American: ; Tnnir: till 1 Mlllx::: :
tuulse Stern; and her I i ...... .111..1.... for miexplreil ] III. wan defendant. th. underxlirn.d .
ACCESSORIES BATTERIES TIRES hoUHcgucsts MiHH Nell Combs of II and Mrs. James Palmer i havoc with Mis Majesty's service of l Iw.. years for Ihe ITailforil Hull "'Sheilff llradforil. ,'..lIn.v. FlorlIn. .-
IHstrlct, .
and Sharon and Paulof are to bo shown on the Florida Conservation hna levied upon .Ihe following1e
St; Louln, Mo. and Mr. and Mrs. children '
I .crlbed. chatteu found. In tharionaeHeion
SPORTING GOODS 'tltar'a CmiiTty ,
ES. FISHING TACKLE Irving lleomer of Detroit. Clearwater spent a few days Theatre screen Sunday and Monday -- Agent. Office of. nald American' Tiiim.

APPLIANCES I visited the University of M..h"1 last ,week with their parents Mr. I Polling Court. I'lnce House will he open betweenth Kloildn.HI. Mllla' lo-wlt. Im in Itrndford County

on Wednesday and in St and Mrs. V. S. St. Johns. Little Suggested by the famous Rud- hours of Hot) AM anil 6 residing no. I'M I -I14S Kniehniif Trailer, er'l

tine on Thur day. I I Sharon stayed on for a month's yard Kipling stories of the Rut within All Uuilllfled Ihe. Illslllct. electors'shall l 10.. ellglhleto >c2HI Vi. HF Z1IOT' Model No Wl, <

Mrs. Hollis Hope and son, IIolUH I visit with her grandparents.Mis. landshire' Infantry of the British vole In thla elector.election. as ilcflneil In | .'I14H Whlti, Truck Ttaclor"

III returned to their home In I \ W. H. Nollman Mrs. J. M. Armv In India In the ISPO's. the A Florhln iniiillflcil.Hull. Conseivstlon' I HaIrlcts . II .
Atlanta. Ga. Sunday after a weck'tvisit Mitchell Mr Pauline McLeod "Soldiers; Three" is packed with Act Incln.les anv person nunllfleil -

SUMMER TIME, I with Mr. and Mrs. U D. Vln- :1 and Miaa Lucille Mitchell spent adventure and humor. to the vote.Constitution.In gi.iieral anil electlona"Hlatulesof nniler 143 $ 239.95

'I Ing. Mrs. Vinlng'a parents Mranil 'last Friday afternoon with Mrs. Stewart Granger the Kngllsh Florida anil herein wh" la nameil also illslrlit a In nilowner -, [,rm.1 AUI SO. IN.SCREEN.
In Ihe
Mrs W L. Joiner will return I Miriam Klckllter and Mian Dorothy star who Is well known for hrs II II. "I.A VT"'I/, Administratorst.t. Plia T** mnd Warraiuy

-11s Bug Time! 0AY I to their home In. Atlanta on Clair Klckllter In Green Cove part In "King Solomon's Mines, ," sou <'..n..v..llnn OIU| "2t..aN4pl .8120', I
nation'avalue
PHI ICO 1601. It's the
joins with a star-studded cant that
I Saturday after a two week's vlnlt Springs I -
Charles Knight has returned tc Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray and Includes' Walter Pldgeon David <'K 'I"IMKlt sensation in full-quality
( Your HOUSE In I.Ireiilt 4........ llrailfnnl I oimlr.Ale'Ia'ml'er I 16-inch television! Yen eictimivePhilco
and Robert Newton. The
with the University of Florida to attend daughter Donna have moved to Nlven 'n ...........,.' Balanced Jleam picture
summer school.Misses !. Jacksonville\ where Mr Patray only feminine role In the story Muntan.. Jr l'lnlnllrr. va. | of viewing
for several that of Crenshaw a seductive If Flora. Mil* Muntnn, Hffenrtanl.Casa brings new heiuhU
Sylvia Morse and Kay has accepted a position No. 86nOXwtli'e enjoyment. no blur or mear.
!ET KILL McMillan both taking Frontier months. not quite scrupulous young lady ; To Appear.To wh..1 And new Philco Custom-Duple
Mlintiill,
I Mae
Sewell left addicted to cigars and brawny admirers Flora
Nursing Service at Wendover Ky.. Mrs. W. B. Sunday reslilenca anil aililress Is: riennralDelivery. Chjuma! achieve super-perform

spent from Thursday to Tuesday for her Bummer home In Little is admirably played by Atlanta, lleorgmYou anee even in weak aiKnnl ana.

Kills Faster with Miss Morse's parents Mr, I Switzerland N. C. She will be Greta Gynt a Norwegian beauty suit for are IHvorca,herehy haa n..lltl..1 heen thut filedngalnst a \ See it now-the> MotM 16OI.

lasts Longer and. Mrs W. R. Morse. The glrlf I joined later In the summer by Mr. who makes her American film debut you In Ihe uhova. nameilCourt .

visited In Orlando Sunday and Sewell. Spending some time with In "Soldiers Three". and causa and you of are anI reuulreil I '
your
lo snrve a copy
Monday i Mrs. Sewell are Margaret Rose: Tay Garnett, director gave this .wer or pleadings to the compliilnton (:bYis: : 'lj M
T ]
iThoroujth Spray- Mrs A. C. Manansa and children I Duncan and her cousin Sue Dun I film the action, color and adventurous Frank. the I.un.lrnm 1'lalntirfs, rltarxa Attorney, Florida nml rtifir .

of Jacksonville spent Tuesday can of Gainesville. Mrs. Sewell\! sweep of the original file Ihe oi-lglnnl I In Ihe: office of Iho ;,
J.aMs For Months with the Robert Greens. also has her guests until Monday Kipling stories! with producer cierh of the circuit, ; Court on or he- : "
as fore the 1 ilnv' of I!>M I ', Two GoodBARGAINS
and Months Mr. and Mrs. 1+ U. Morgan were Sidney Newman and Burge Pandro S. Berman on hand to lendauthenticity otherwise! 2\;\: allegations. : 'I'r:; aalilCrimplnlnt :. .

O visiting Mr. and Mra. Lester Hall! Searing.Col. of locale and arrest :. : :::, y will: he taken aa nn'l I ........., v-f. >... -
""
-
In Cltra Sunday. and Mrs. James A. Griffin I backgrounds.. The result U amovie This' notice'shall lie pilhllslieil ;
rrled/ in Florida Charles Knight and trfiwpll Mr. and Mr!!. Tom Blade Mr. which should entertainevery once ""I'h week for four consecutiveueeks Tele It doesn't t.k<> a l lon<< memory

F j florida People Don gins spent the past weekftncl and Mrs. M. E. Cooper of Jacksonville member of thn family. "'" I' In the llnidford County 1.1 I IOKFICIAr. I to. re.....ml..r "hen hotiH., wa in TradeInTV
I .1 thlH 7 1,*Florida Bugs at Jacksonville Beach as guests of I and Mr. and Mrs. Harry MVIU; 'I10 AIMK4IIlit ( SRAf! ,) A. J. Thnmaa, ly \\lih Ihp htunnlM of today, r
\ Dick W..ber.Mrll. Hewitt of Atlanta, G... npcnt a firraft "n.uf. llradforrt 4'nualr.Klcirlitai ., cleik of tha Cliciilt\ Com't SETS
.
Tty Hnven. Croshy. Iienoly Clerkfl.32 )'11" n..1 1I".I..rn ....'1.1. .. ,.",.
IN
Harold Gray and Mlsf few flulinglast week at C hanrerr.N
days Plaintiff' v.Mitrle >. ; 41 71M | .. .. ...
o: S\LE ATrpenter's Noroiim .Niiinh rnalf'" !>II. thl" .k.
Sharon Hall were shopping in Griffin. i ; ,
I Lake Miller Namlr. I > ren>liintCase .
I >'ll. M 'lit tl PK 'llIn
Drugsano.a's Jacksonville Saturday. Cotton Half Slips, $1.00 at No, K4DTi <..leeutt 4......'.. Mraiiroril 4' Steve and Keith Berry of Dillon, Stump's. I %i:To flre; ;T::-.I. fI r, r.r1.,1.: ., "'hi.HBresident |.'litrMal In 4. hnneery. C. H. NasworthvGen.
Drugsook's Vetter, PlHlntlff, VKindle
llohell II Ir.
"
1'nknoun
S. C. visiting their IM
grandparents Davis
are Mr. and Mrs. E. M spent
h.. notified that a I, Vetter, Uefi:nilnnt I ICllsa I
Grocery Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, and the weekend In Archer as guests suit You for are Divorce reliy haa I been filnilnicalnat I No s4DKnflce

SislrunkH other relatives here for three I of Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss and you In the nml above'ou art named" railiilrrd \ To. "I'melle Til: ipiieae I. Vettei, .. u III se rt ). Supplies

& Seed Store (Money Hack Guarantee) weeks.Mrs.. Mamie Anderson. Court to '.causa.ra copy >of >"mir answer >1'n. <' S"'| nrlilrnsi'' IH.- 4 I4lsttriel

J. F. Rogers! of Jacksonville Mrs. W. G. Haile and son Jack or nleanlnir' to tho complaint" :: 'hII "II. VnnilirpolV. Flnshlntr. .. New V irk Starke, Fla.

xpent the weekend with her visited friends in Jacksonville ," on nOIl..I"r.07 the. plaintiff's' l.yn.Attorneyin Iliillilinn, .'u Mr.- h.T.-l.y. nntlfli.l. Hint a
dauI'htpr.! Mrs. T. F. Landnim. I Thursday.Mary I Jacksonville, Plorl.la anil file the suit fot THvor. has .licn flleilagulnht ..,...
filmy named
In the
I. I iml In lh. office of the rlnrkof you
or if
while route to Akron Ohio to
en .
i Frances Hazen of Brooker the Clrc, nil Court i.n or toforethe
spend two weeks with anotherdaughter. the weekend with her Jlrrt' ilay of .Tul.T. !!"il otherwise

4 '" I', Mrs. W. H. Miner.Mr. I: cousin spent\Marcla Kay Hazen the will iilicKntlons he taken:: as of t.unfffi-eil snlil 1 <''omnlatnt dv> .

\ and Mrs. Howard Hall I "
and
and Mrs. Nate Dyal you'I
... .; of Mr. 'his nollie shall lie r"">l>ll>..hei1once DOES YOUR
DavU And Howard, III. ,
son and ,
BLANK sons and Mrs. T. L. Casey each eeH fi r ft nr ri us* ntlv*
ENTRY Klngsland Ga. and, Mrs. Knight/ <' Teltrraph
GET YOUR FREE ; daughter Judy occupied a camp weeks In th" Ilriidri.nl "untv -
I of Dublin. Ga. were Sunday
In Dixie County for their vacation liate.l this nth ilay r Jtin., I t'.M,
truest. of Mr. and Mrs. 1.. A. spent the (OFFICIAL 8KAI.: A J. Thomas,
w.k. The Dyala
last
Mnners3000.oD""i ( Ir.I ult' Court
clerk of the
Davis.Hnllii.
Flot'iJa \ I I weekend In Ocala and brought Ty Haven Cronln', I'en' ..v Clerk, I
V Knight! upcnt Monday I back to Starke with them Frank 633 41 7113'

and Tuesday in Jacksonville nnbusiness. who Is spending O''I..tT.--; ; !
I Lee Ayers of Ocala H'
CM It I the week with the Dyals.I'rotocl Im rirenK tour*, nradfiird Ce...fy.1; TRUCK
Warren ]Morgan, Sr. returned to : Florida i In FORD .
Graduation IIIploina. n"7.'i": \
Your V Irrlnlu ... n plnlnllfr.
CASH Prizes J ""s hnmp In Clewlston Sunday after lluve It fnuiiml. at llollHiMid )'- Hertham Vi i I" i : fimlon'an '
in / visiting Mr. and Mrs L. U Ni I4 I

Morgan and family for a werk. Studio*. %.t.l.a To Appear.-- I

less Mr. and Mrs! L. A. DavH spent I
Just write 25 words or Tuesday In Jacksonville on bnnlncns -

and also, visited Dr. M. B.Herlonu. I THEATRE

NOTHING TO BUY / I who I.. reported as getting 10 WHISTLE? I

along nicely at St. Vincent's| STARKE ;

Off Ml DETAILS HERE Hospital!.

I Mr and Mrs R. C. Dampler and Dedicated To Community Service -

son Billy spent Sunday In Jacksonville "Mo\lr. Arn Itettor Than Ever"


DE LUXE G-E AUTOMATIC pier.parents.Billy visiting Mr. and remained Mrs.Mr P.Dampler's with A Dam-his Saturday June 2.. Sun.. Mon.: .' June 21. 2.inifi If so, we will take the whistle out

grandparents for several weeks' DOUULE FEATITRK: ,


SHING AT A NEW LOW PRICE! I visit Mrs.Mr Davis'and Mrs.brother R. J.and Davis slsfer-ln-visited I I

law Mr. and Mrs. Rufus TatumIn

_., Jacksonville Sunday.
J. reef
Miss Arlle Gallagher\ of Dallas.

Texas I I" spending /a week with :

'. New One-Control Miss! Hazel Phillip! "Hlg HoiiW llunny"C'arnx'n
=...: I of I
Don Champion graduate
a
an
AUTOMATIC I this year's class al U of F. In the .

WASHER I Forestry division will leave the I ., Wed. June 26, 27
25th: for a week's training In
Ford Truck
. where purchased we
'forestry at Jelkyl Island Ga. before No matter you your ,

I assigned to a forestry I II
position.Mrs.being. REPUBLIC P CTURE_ will render this service free !

I N. Walnwrlght of Hollywood AND
;329.95
la spending her w pk'SI

vacation with her mother Mrs. A

F Sauls and Mr. Saul .

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ritfh of

Gainesville spent Saturday and

Sunday In Newton. Ga visiting

Mrs. Clara Peek and Mrs. C H.


;Oxe---: I Hall.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Godwin are _rlun 'I lln Mmi
Famous G-E Activator waslliol visiting Mr and Mrs. E H. Cartoon unil New*

action! Register! In Miami this week

Deep Activate.! rinse! MIMes Joyce and Joan Stokes ., Frl. June 28, 29

action! of Fitzgerald Ga. visited their
1't.. Fast "spin-opt" drying stint Mr and Mrs. JA .
";. uncle and Authorized Ford Sales & Service
:: Simple, one.control operation Christmas last week. The

IT Baked enamel' and porcelain rmisb! Chrlstmsses also had as their

,.. SEe last week. Mrs. Chrtstmas'smother
11 .ntn.asbefl guests PLUS
.fear Warranty on Mrs. E. E. Gunter and'
,
daughter, Betty of Jacksonville Chpater 10 Serial PHONE 118 tf/Zim 199 MADISON
lODAY
-- who are moving: to Brunswick. Ga.. 1 BRUCE GENTRY f|
of Mac-
Leon and Judy Thomaj.

on. Ga. art apf'ndlnlthis week AND STARKE FLORIDA
(L J. McGRlFF"anchised : with their uncle and aunt. Mr ,
You'Cartoon
and Mr.. Ray Mapel!. Nice Meeting .
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- -
Appliances visited Mrs '''U Crt nn --- -
Dealer General Electric Mrs. Floyd Green --=-- ----= -- -- -- -

Ont "" Rub Kennedy and Mrs Stroup at
--9 145 W.I Call St. Starke Fla. I
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JUN221951



y.o' BRADFORD COrNTY TCUTGRAril. 8TARKE. FLOKin\. _!FRliltl.
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----- .,. ., N., tuw\ we feel that he when the car went out of control unknown. These people all have I State ...;.;

next tant.!.. J .. ,1"" .T. \ of Sam Saunder'nresidence our deepest sympathy fiFq p
I .. atra"1 /'M-+ (.or" ,' t h1 a better world, but Ju t in front
; FARMER'SDIARY but later refere:: l STATE FARM l"i', .IUM.mother\ good Christian In Mlddleburg, Injuring 1 Robert Martin and Lavlna Lang Will Be Award

bury "oupBerries n-.ui has left us but we ran go to Harry fatally. He passed Into the were married May 30. They are, To

a. Hy :Mrs Ur>a" Nbilfeldtenth live with him in the world where ,,, unknown Sunday morning about living In Starke. I I Bradford Bop

i t J are Bane now and to all is peace and joy.The 10:30.: He was 23 years of age and Ellwood Lang of Jacksonville Toms
tell the truth it is a rdu.f becauseof of :Mr*. )Mlnnialkrr\ hItS been a resident of Clay Hill I ? me tm: ; :
'" funeral was preached by J. spent the day with relatives' at both
y' members
Sam McGarvey: the work in\ol\ed However his life. .y kto
By Mrs. Minnie S. Walker died | all of ''he
L. Strickland, a friend of Uncle I Clay Hill Sunday ,chapter .
next month ""e" have to try to get at the home of Mr his wife Lillian, two wr,
i !leaves
The author will be glad lu rItenm *- back Friday night 1igifor more than 4 some runners started, so and Mra. J. L. Walker with whom children Vivian and Andrew, his FRn,,, ""J,
of lntrt In care of Key McCabe ,
t't"h! roarrrn- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard lJegre\
slave into the berry patch again'Aubrey had resided for number of father Kugan and Future ,
he a mother and
Farmtr.Convention
Ing the' rtltlttai. of farmrrn !. of Jacksonville / Lang. Jimmy Lang Is spendingthe ''II
Funeral services were conducted Susan three sisters, Mrs, Lavina AIJIJ1.
Bradford County. Suf(rotlon* maybe I years Itarry i'wigett.Saturday summer with hla great aunt to,
Moore and his son Buddy at the residence Sunday Martin, Starke, Rosa Lee and Daytona\\'
l lt at the Tririrrapli ofnee ormailed struck Jacksonville Charles This <
night tragedy Lizzie In i. thr
brought two hogs here to be afternoon by the Rev. John | I Lizzie Padgett. Clay Hill 6 brothers highest
to Sam MrGanejr: I.a,,tey: neighborhood again in the; is visiting In Lutz These ed Eetn
our by
florid bred, one belonging to a neighborand Strickland pastor of the Raiford i j'Iin ) Willie, U. S. Army, J. T., Lang the '(alt orgaQI-.Uo
death of one of our neighborhood! I are all sons of Richard Lang.
the other a fine registeredgilt. J. .
Baptist Church Interment was InE.rgrHn Tracy, Martin, Luther and O.
But they would not breed sc Cemetery In Dixie young men Harry Padgett, son of all of Clay Hill, also his I The Highland Baptist are hay ,
r When Allce'a pop left for New while so that she gets a gout Mr and Mrs. Eugan Padgett grand-I
hi the Moore's had all their work Georgia. Sympathy Is extended to mother, Aunt Babe ing a two weeks Vacation Bible I Ii See
tinPortable
j Jersey for the Summer we had no start. is fine Harry and his brother-ln-la/y,' have 63 enrolled, \Ew
for nothing. Buddy a young the bereaved relatives. well aa friends and other relatives i School. They nrIlI;!
+ Idea that anything was wrong, were out joy riding, Harry drivingthe 1,,.,,,rlt.r,
man we think typical of the many i Harold Godwin Henry Rlch- to mourn his departure. At this thirteen from Clay Hill They report lord '"
during his first few day up the Richard car which belonged to his County Tt.grap"Bar |
Saw
carrot by ,
1but grown thousands of people
many young arde, Brian Kucera and Joe and I writing funeral arrangements are a grand success.
there he was suddenly stricken La land West i brother-in-law, Robert Martin,
bine on bia on who contribute and receive sc Steve Harden went to Camp Im-
+ r,+ and rushed to a hospital. An operation moreland Street In Starke and It We
much from 5-H and FFA. I 1 I
later In mokalee. near Keystone Heights, .....
scheduled for
lli was was a whopper. know of no other organization of:[: Saturday for two weeks' stay. ..
the week, and we waited nervous .
a similar type which helps scj I Jane Richard celebrated her
: +; ly for the outcome. We were sitting Sold two loada of corn at the much to prepare young people for I thirteenth
birthday
in the Roadstand when Mr. Bradford County Market at t better lives. anniversarywith ) 10 t.
'I a dinner party at the home anqerl TIREIS
Massey, our freight agent drove Starke and got $1.25 per bag for Last week we reported that! I' of her parents, Mr. and Mrs H.

+ ; up with a telegram containingbad the first, and $1 for the second Bishop Thomas harvested about'' M. Rlcharde, Friday night. Her

news: that Pop was In That wound up our big field of 2.800 hampers of butter beans. We I guests Included Frances Caldwell
critical condition. In about an sweet and we probably seta
corn have a note from Mrs. Thomas

I hour and a half Alice was aboard new Bradford County record for correcting the figures. as follows: !i Duncan Nancy Bates JoAnn, Slade Margaret, Linda Rose and PROOF

the Silver Star headed North for a low yield and price. Got our He got 1.254 hampers front plantIng Sandra Johns and Jackie Hobbs. BLOWOUT.

I Have since heard that Pop is better seed and fertilizer money out of |' 400 Ibs. of wd In 16 acres Carolyn Crews' returned' Satur
but have no details. Certainly It and about $:;0 for our work
? aWe a day from Long Bridge where she
appreciate the kindly inquiries we We will get some more out of It Mrs .. :;-
to welcome
are glad
had been visiting\ Johnnie Frances
about Pope con will turn our ...
are receiving though, because we
Smith back to our neighborhood. | Crews for a week. Johnnie Frances .
dltlon and we all hop and pray pigs In It and they will turn our She has been visiting up in South came home with Carolyn and 1'4. errorsit'S ..II '
that he shortly will be on remaining corn and cowpeas Into ,
very hear'she
Carolina, but from what we was her guest over the weekend. out gf

the :way to a. speedy. recovery. pork. a is happy to be back with her i i En route to New Jersey 11a When a b o whee' '

t sons "0. W". and Gary. private plane. K. W. Parks of of the ..
In the meantime Sam Is "batch- Did not get a third picking from a ,Lake Worth was the drop
all husbands !in our last planting of snip beau '' overnight sudden
in? it" and like The Roadstand is crosreaaine> i!guest of Mr. and ,Mr.__*_. w _I. ; the
ana that reap n.
weatner '
lire ,
I situation learning that due to dry disaster
the very nicely and it ia- a great thrillto 1 Stringfellow! Saturday.
wife Is strife. He is ly hurt as we had an order for cause ,
.
without a Howeverwe watch it grow, we could, of I Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Brown of may -'I. .
washer "
cook and bottle them at a good price. that
chief __
course, expand it much by Savannah, Georgia the .
very spent
this past
roadstand operator, farmer, correspondent did better on snap beans :
adding things which we did not weekend with Mr and Mrs. R r
{' and lots more. That year than on any other crop, and esPfellibltltst a@ A .
grow, but so far at least we are M. Markham. .aI
i is to be all of these especially when you consider how
is he trying '
content to sell only what we raise Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Z
washed raise them
trouble it to
is that he hasn't little was ,
Truth (the big exception is the watermelons I W. E. Feagle were guests of 1> '
he'snot lr'l
.
and .
left,
dishes since Alice until the day which we did not raise and I and Mrs. C. G. Edwards of Jacksonville ( # I i ; 1fGOOOJ ?}
going to do them Had an interesting time talkingto \
t "which" the neighbors have been at their Kingsley Lake .
He's goingto
back.
before she gets Raleigh Conner when he visited -
teasing us about). But there are cotta e.I .
all the canned goods in farm this week. He **a>
eat up our
drawbacks to the Roadstand business ,I Miss Melba Stringfellow visited .
the house, and when they'regone looking for feeder pigs, but we
ss there are to everythingelse. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee In Starke
i he's going to live on dairy explained to him that we have
For one thing we must keepIt last weekend.
ration, hog mash, etc. But we none for sale, as we are trying an >
going steadily and that means! Mrs Gerald Cox and Misse
starve, because If thing with them. We are
won't experiment
,,
you are tied down worse than Patsy, Mary B. and Lois Irene
get too bad he can always light trying to raise out at least one I E4R1MAKES
of our ever before. But we gel: a kick Cox of Orlando and their visitor
stick in one with
the oven and litter, and do what we can
to out of selling some nice ripe tomatoes Miss Charlotte Nash of Atlanta
35 pound pigs. According another, BO that we will get
to some folks and have i Georgia, were visitors of Mr. and
Charles Lamb, roast pig la delicious. enough by galling them to pay
all our Insurance premiums for them come back again and say: Mrs. J. M. Bradley and of Mr. and BLOWOUTS HARMLESS WITHROSSl
"Those tomatoes certainly were Mrs. R. H. Cox Thursday Miss
Si the year at one time, and then I
were most not to have to worry about them good eating!" Patsy Cox entered University of SAFETY TUBES
Just when things e. | Florida In Gainesville Friday. :: LIFEGUARD
hectic here, with the Roadstandvery until next year. Still don't knowIf
After a long, long time of dry Miss Carolyn Bradley and Johnnie
and aU the animal the plan will work, and we are ,
busy,
weather we now are getting some Bradley went to Orlando for a o. 1Hi .*
waiting to be fed, we sent our tempted to sell our feeder pig. I, rain and we are starting to plant visit with their relatives. Llnou"ttOI HERE'S HOW LIFEGUARDS CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE
handy-man, John Straka over tc when we read that some brought
again. Mr. and Mrs E. J. Yarborough ,,. -
feed Joy and the pigs. Sam went tic a pound at Gainesville. .Ithe .--.-
over on Uia tractor to meet him a a were Albert visitors of Mr. and Mrs __-; JI:., '" Ordinary tubes haven l LIfeGuard tubes Sonly
are picking Alabama Yarborough in
so they could break some corn for \\'e have not as yet harvested Crowders and Fordhooks now and last weekend. Gainesville onit air chamber.;; two air chambers, .h

the Roadatand and noticed John enough of the sweet corn which make belief not R When a tire blows the case of a blowout our.
they're good eat During the past week Pvt. J
Wandering the field. JuiU when we treated with mineral oil to b* rube blows too. A the outer chamhc
to
ing. Going plant some black. \\. Walker of Kansas City, Kansas Withrf {J
Sam was about to blow a fuse, sure yet, but we have broken eyes, too. was on furlough here with hit out a second's warning I gives waytherlSIlth
lie noticed Joy was missing. Then several dozen ears and found very dr. sudden drop of thee
wheel
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walk car
i I
he saw John come running like few worms. In fact, out of ten Had Just about ordered 100 er. J the road wheel to cause you I fc:

mad out of the sapling patch and ears which we broke to eat ourselves pullets from a fellow Bradford{ Mr. and Mrs. W.' G. Stringfellow -- be headed you may lose control. Beserre
,
across a freshly plowed field"Sam" we found worm In only! into oncom cdr In the strong cord fabric inner chamber
County farmer, but he turned j had< as their luncheon ')
Johnny gasped, "a calf- one, and that we think !is Interesting down our order, saying that hedidn't : Thursday Mrs. J. E. Wilson guests and ;I big traffic or the ditch. Too, too frequently supports your car until you can puB is

Joy's had her calf!I" Almost afraid in a year when dusting think that the pullets he Mrs J. M. Brownlee of Starke. I \ the result is a crash costly car damage to a safe, gradual stop Instead oi repa:

to ask. Sam Inquired, "what is It seemed to be Ineffec and serious personal loss of life! .
L or spraying bad would suit our purpose. He Father's Day guests of Mr. am? injury or ing a car you replace, ,a tire. ,
-j.
1 4 John, a bull or a heifer?" John tual. However, as we've said, "A'e lost a sale and made a friend. Mrs. G. E. Crews were Mr. and I < -- '.. ..
hadn't waited to find out, so Sam have not harvested enough of It We'll take your present DO.'UT' .
Mrs.
John Crews and their child DELAY
walked over and discovered tc to get a good idea of what the Turned II head of pigs Into ren of Monticello, Mrs. Calvin Tubes in trade allowing you blowouts give no warning and theywon'l

d' his extreme pleasure that Bunkl worm-free percentage actually is the sweet corn fluid, but as we Williams and her children and Mr their s ." .".-t wall. COME IN FOR A TRADE TODAY!
I .
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had been born. A fine fawn colored We are going to put perhaps IOC have two additional plantings, we and Mrs. Delbert Crews of Starke I ,: "-' :- '::" ,- '"::" : .:: ': -' : : : : : : : : .: .
little with white stocking legs and that "
KM In the deep-freeze
ears should have sweet corn for about and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Clemonr 'R"VI'C'-
' Sam didn't know whether to leave .vill be a good time to check. The another three weeks. How It does: and their two sons, Calvin and I 'S'E' ; CENTER STATION

;i mother and daughter out In the corn did not fill out to the tips pay to make succession. plantings. Jack, of Miami.On .
t field or not, so he went for his the way it should, but we think a I I r "SEE En GOODMAN: :

4 3 buddies, Harold and Jay Eunice, that might have been caused by separate occasions during
"On-again, off. : I
again Finnegan" I Phone 206
' and together they managed to get weather. the past week Mr. and Mrs. W A U. S. 301 at South City Limits Starke, Fla.
dry our water has been
actingup
pump .. .
c m Joy and Bunkle across the highway again, and we long for a day) Knight had aa visitors Miss Marilyn I -. ,:. : --- :- '. -:5.::: _
Jone of 1-
to safety and shelter of the When Alice left In a hurry she when "we, get a good pump, whenwe Jacksonville Mrs

ow'-1ed. Dipped the calf's nave! left a batch of berries which shewas can carefully place a stick of'i Lorenzo Grlffis and her three. -' -

in Iodine to prevent Infection, and going to turn Into jam. Sam dynamite under Finnegan, children and Mrs. Dorothy Norman

l then gave a sigh of relief, Goingto I got instructions on her, to make ly Ugh!; the fuse, and blow tend..r'l and her son of Starke Mr

let Bunkle run with Joy for a. pim made It and tried It nut the | high. Located the trouble this I and Mrs. J. L. Douglas of Lake
Butler Mr. and Mrs. J. L. John.
time as leaky faucets which causeIt I I I I
son of Jacksonville, Mrs. Minnie
to become water bound. Re- I I'I
Bennett of Baldwin, J. L. Matthews -
CLEAN paired the faucet and :wonder I'I of Lake City and Mr. and
what the heck the next trouble
.I tei >
+ TWO FINE OILS THAT will bet! I Mrs Drew Reddish of Hellbronn


Don't know a.how we're. going to I i I: Springs.Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. C TIMEPROVEDr

? I manage It, but with Alice up North Davis during the weekend were

LUBRICATE helping Pop, It looks as though Mr. and Mrs. Junior Lyons of

AS THEY Sam Is elected to put the corn In Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams -

the deep-freeze. However, unlike I and their son Danny of

_._._._ moat advertising men he can read I 1 Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. ;

S _____ and he hopes that by carefully! I, Marcus Reddish, and their sons of Thi, f TRANSMISSION]
following directions he will be Hellbronn Springs.
pARO I IS *e il
I 1
pis able to stow away enough corn to ,, Lt and Mrs. J. R. Jones and 4 .I \

t last next, season. their children of Ft. Bragg N. C I

? .4 i I arrived Monday to visit Mr. and r
,
Got Comfort back Into outplace Mrs. R. S. Rosier. -m

> I\ SSOi John coaxed her part of Mrs E. F. Redding wax hostel;

the wax' and dragged her the rest at a Stanley Brush party at her

i In the meantime, Sam aboard home Wednesday. afternoon ,"n'

"' 1 Katnuka, the tractor, was making last week.

EXTRA like a cowboy, trying to herd I EErt

1 Tr s back toward our gate He I

J MOTOR onMoMloil, flnalK quit, though when he Jt I(;

realized that unless he did hi-i LONG BRANCH ,

eX mast. o-suredly, would cither break I
+rr II J\lrll. J. L
V StricklandI.Iiga
his tractor, and likely .
nr k or the
.
boHow Toby snickered as ]

tr.__.. Sam 'awl! -d off In low (tear1CAREFUL (aricr

I Ellga Carter, better known a*

r Uncle Llge, qultely pasxed lulu Chevrolet
alone
offers
the great beyond Sunday morningat

e f 1:30.: He had been 111 for some this complete Power Team

time and Just quietly slipped away Y

home with no struggle or pain. I ..

lie was 81 years of age at hiss POWER t77hz 't

parting He hud been a member of I

I. Y Q) the Long Branch Baptist church Automatic Transmission
l
: for about 65 years, 1111 was one of S /

Rev. Sam Godwin's converts, and Extra-Powerful 105-h.p.

\X'iIEN r we Sam baptized him. He was a life Valve-in-Head EngineEconoMiser r.

long resident of Clay Hill, or a
change your oil, ? near Clay Hill where he died. A
Rear Axle
you know you're driving I better manukas never lived In this

with flepentlablt lubricantsthat You need good Carter.He neighborhood. than Uncle Llge Here's the automatic power team that
i
clean as they lubricate, and leaves'two brother", Hans- brings you finest no-shift driving at lowest

protect your motor under all operating conditions. AutomoLile>< I, ford and Marion Maxvllle.' two co t. No clutch pedal no gcarshifting. I In I hI' 'oil

I' sisters Mrs. Carrie Smith of A smooth unbroken flow of power at aCome the flu automatic

Service You Can Low-Cost .Liability; Insurance I Webster, Fla. and Mrs Effie speeds. Time-proved dependability.
Depend Onf Transportation Johns of Starke, three daughters in and try it! Remember, more people dependable no-shift driving; at 'lowest cost!

I Charley E. Johns I II Birdie Hattie Mosley Manning, Hester, seven Adams sons and, buy' Chevrolet than any other
j i I Agency I Ii George: Henry, Richard I Clifton, .o"'lUro."D.h"oJ.I.'n"H.f '. '

I.. II. (tEn! ) AI.V.\UKZSEIIVICE: STATION: ftione IS STVKKU, FLA. ana Elmer all of Clay Hill, DIY'I '';::S Take Your "DISCOVERY DRIVE"

Tvmplnc.. i: 'all !Sl! ... Starke :.. I ant of Doctors Inlet and of

I., r. DIN-KINS SERVICE STATION i Highland. Also a number of

.rplIl.IVI'. & Pratt !SH starke e ,.i.... ......: grand children as well as and other greatgrandchildren rclut" \,.j TORODE CHEVROLET CO

11AUKV II. IIOLSTO.VS; SERVICE; STATION: .*."...."tl"1I THE TRAVELERS Hartfor" and frl<'n Isi without n'i ", I

Ph. 83 Starke Ih_ moue. t d.< arfur W d< PHONE 111

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.xK 22. 1051 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORID PACK SEVKW 1 1SuIti WW

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The TabernacleRe Mrs Wilbur Marshburn of Marl- aunt Mrs, Floreni Halttwangei JUN22
anna and Mrs,, Lois Hodges: Mm all of Jacksonville wr. v.all >r. 1 9 5
mb 'i thi Tftnn. ,. ' I Trio>. 'laperoned. by Mi and Mrs Kelley and sons David and Wendell were dinner guest j of !Mr\ and MrsL. ,
Vic Werner all of Chattanooga L. II. Fut.h and their guests attended the A Crosby /
whl h111 be at the Tabernacle' ------ I Colson family reunion at Klngsley Mrs. Alfred Brown of Richmond

Friday evening to present a pro- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley and,! Lake on Sunday. Va. and mother Mrs. M. J McRae -IML
gram of Compel messages- and i children who have been residing; Mrs. Alva A. Cook and son were visIting Mr. and Mrs. H. M S
1 k f1 music It is hoped that many Washington, O. C. are spending,, have returned to their home here ; McRae Wednesday of last week.
:I persona will avail themselves of some time here at the homo of after some time spent with relatives 'I' Mr. and Mrs. Gen Pitcher of r4NNlYlVAN1Ao
Ithe opportunity thus offered of his .': in Shreveport La. Jacksonville were their guest
I Airpark Baptist parent, Mr. and Mrs. R. W.Monloy ,
Churchtot {
[ Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips
I \ hearing this fine Christian group Sr. 'I Thursday.
Church of On the 4th of July we are celebrating from one of the fastest growing Marshall D. B. Thomas Is backon spent the weekend with relativesIn Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva t
Methodist Invites you to at. | what the Lord has done Chrtstain colleges In the states.A the job after a ten-day vaca- Miami and Tampa, returning spent Sunday night with Mr. and
Bally services of for us In the past two years at I special event of last week tion, accompanied by his family,'' home on Tuesday. I Mrs. Robert Myrick. if dWHIZZ's
f.followIng, June 24. The the Air Park Church. I was the coming Thursday evening I spent on Santa Fe Lake. I: Mrs. Nettle Smith entertainedwith Sunday dinner guests of the H Everyone called s f
sunday I of 31 a stork shower for Mrs Paul M. McRae'a Mr. and Mrs. JW.
members of different churches were
at 9:45: a. 10:30: How the Church was Mr. and Mrs. J. 10Wall and
.hoot begin. I: Bennett on Thursday of last McRae and Mr. and Mrs.
of sons
Green
Mitchell started by L. G. Hemmingway Cove Springs to view sons. Johnny and Wayne, left -1A
rev. Thomas on 10:43: What it had accomplished the famous oil Painting; "The Tuesday morning for a vacation week.Mrs. I B. M. McRae and family and Bob- _
Is In Tallahassee
;.h Feast H. C. Kelly : by Sapp of Hellbronn Springs.
of
"God at Work In a 'by Lacy Conway I Belshazzar" Although trip to Canada. Wanda and Michael school
L t f. I 10:55: What It has done for this was not a regular service will visit relatives In Lake, attending summer School at This community was made sad .KrtNNSrIVANIA
Bible
Confusion- each night a blessed time of fellowship 'I The Vacation on Thursday to learn of the passing -
one. while
I City their are
parents
close
will today -
IntermediateYouth the church
,,or and 11:30: Message by Dr. John was enjoyed.Christian Baptist I of W. C. Clemons of Hell-
away. | beIng
meet '
Fellowship (Friday) with a program
bronn Section who sufferedstroke Q
Maguire State Secretary Glenn Ann, Ginger and Jimmy I[ sI
for wor- given at the church In the eve
Sunday than Oll
week before.
each discussions."people I 12:30: Picnic dinner ChurchThe Sapp of Miami, ate spending their ning. more a rADDITIYS
and" I His loved ones have our deepestsympathy
are Invited to Everyone Is Invited to come and vacation with7\ their grandmother, .
the rejoice with us. Friendliest Church In : Mrs. Authur Pearce. '
.dil/lp Hour following L. O. Hemingway PastorCtlt'RCIf Town Mr. and Mrs J. W. Schulz and I HrKlAl shower untilSinclair
Lrch service. I I LA: GENEVA A beautiful shower was given .
I
'
Everybody welcome Bible soil John Straka, were In Jacksonville
will preach Sunday 1 school Thursday at the home of Mr. and
10.00
Lhell OF JESUS CHRIST at : a. m. with C.V. Sunday. John's friends!
,econd In a series ofn OP LATTF.R DAY SAINTS Colson, Supt.Worship will be Interested to know that he: n.v Blanche Cunningham: I Mrs. Robert Starling In honor of made it a WOW
"The Greatest Needs I Masonic Temple, Call Street. service 11:00: a. m. has enlisted In the Naval Air his sister Miss Joan Starling and
The subject of the I Lords FrAnkie Jean and Jo A.n John J. Spencer of Jacksonville,
irch., Sunday School every Sunday Supper 11:13: : a. m. Reserve. j i
Sunday night will be morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Servo Evening Service 8:00: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. H. Walnwrlght, Singleton of Patterson La. are I, They will be married soon. As most .v.rt motorist know.*. Pennsylvania: oiljits l long .bees
yj of Doing Good." ices 8:30: p. m. A cordial Invitation Vacation Bible School begins and children, accompanied by Mr. I guests of their aunt Mrs. d. famous for iu remarkable natmtd lubricating.qualid...'Bl ?'
Is extended to all. June 25th to 30th. Time 9:30: a. and Mrs. A. S. Perser were wel'k'i Lamoreaux. Her mother Mrs. Nets MINNIE: : S. WALKER today ,Sinclair" improves on Nature! Sintlaif Pen iyly' ftl;
l Is also her
i of
OF COD m. to 11:30.: Parents rememberthe end guests of Mrs. Wainwtlghfs Johnson Hampton | Mrs. Minnie. Slrcy Walker, 80 Motor Oil -refined 100%, from the costliest Pennsylvania crudj'U '
PENTECOSTAL.10th nOLl.vES: date and send children, parents: Mr and Mrs Starling in guestRnjoying '
your modern
4 St. Clair St.e.chaol a swim In Lake GeneIva and the widow of the lute J. L. '_ oow made kttttr Bbl ever by the addition of
10 a.m. St. and Temple Ave. ages 5 to 18. Bartow. ', Wednesday\ were, Mrs R. My Walker, Sr.. died Friday night at chemical hat clean out carbon and other harmful depoaicTu[ !
Homer Swlndall, Pastor. Dinner ofIr.\ and Mrs.
laming Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; Morn I T. Waiiiwright guests rick and small daughter, Mrs. T. I| the home of her son John L. ''your motor. Get "btttr-tb..-tvir (protectioa>> with..,
venimj Service T:30 p.m ing Worship 11 a. m.; EvangeUs on Sunday were Cordon\ of Starke, Mrs. Tl. My- ; Walker Jr. In Ralford. following
Lrvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m I tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Presbyterian Church Mr. and Mrs. Jack liraasell, Mr. rick anil daughter Mrs. L. Pnrtln I I a brief illness Befler-fhan-ever S

feeling Thursday T:30: p.m welcome. I Gfs>. .Mr.Mast, Supply Iustor. I and children Mrs., all Doc of Jacksonville Wainwright, and and and baby of Gainesville and '| A native of Thomas County Ga.. '
MUSPH Gwendolyn and Shirley Me- Mrll.'alkl.'r moved to In
. -' .. .,. Sermon topic for Sunday morn- i Mr. and Mrs. L L. Wainwright of Stnrke. After the swim Jasper SINCLAIR
Rne 1033 and from there to Ralford In
. .. .. '" '. and children.of Gainesville i
Ing 11 a. m.: "Choose You This B..ttyWalnwI'lght Mrs. Sue Myrick had an outdoor 1010. She wan! a member of the
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor Day". I j of Jacksonville contained plrnlr dinner. I I Ralford Baptist Church. PENNSYLVANIA {
Sunday School 9:45: a, m. I with her grandparents for MI-.S Lillian\ Gentry spent sev'rrnl -
Friendship Class 10( a. m. I. a longer visit days with her brother-In-law Besides her son, she U survival
1ST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Youth Fellowship 7 p. m., Sun. The Baptist Sunday School and sister 1 Mr. and, Mrs. Burt by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. L.II- MOTOR OIL
lie Ma Walker and six
day. Mans Meeting of the Now River Hiwhee III Silver Springs I Krandchll
'Iferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Association was held In the First Walter Forsytha and daughters, I dren John If. Walker Mrs. Ottln Cleans as If Lubricates
{ PHONES( : Office 234 Pastorium 130 night at 8 o'clock. Baptist Church of Lawtey on Pat and,\ Janice of Miami are visiting Geiger, J.V.. Walker Raymond. ,
Tuesday night of last week. After Mr Forsvthe'a parents Mr. (Margaret and Bobby Jean W llcer. -' I

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00: A.M.: 7:15 P.M. Church of Christ the devotional and business meet- and Mrs. Ray Forsythe. | I Service Center StationSeeber
.ng a social hour wa enjoyed at T M. Flnley loft Monday to I I Funeral services were held at
Jay School 9:15: A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P.M. Corner 10th and McMahon: : the close of ,which refreshments of visit his mother In Columbus, Ga. 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at'
[JD.WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45: P.M. Bible School-10 A. M. cake and punch were served. I Charles Ayres son of Mr. and her son's residence In Ralford D. Goodman
... I Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30: Sunday dinner guests of Dr. and! Mrs H. Ayres left last week for with the Rev Strickland, offici-
''P.M. Mrs. W. T. Walters were Mr. and California where he expects to I ating. IT. S. 301 at :+n. City Limits\
; LOOK FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF AIR Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Mrs. Frank P. Wood of Jackson-1 I join the Rangers. Interment was made In Evergreen
' vllle. Our sick folks "Dad" For vtlie, at Dixie, Georgia Sturke, Fla.
< CONDITIONING BEING INSTALLED NOW. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. I Cemetery
Everyone welcome. Friends of Mrs. Kate Sellers Sarasota and Mrs. Ada Tlllmsn !
: CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR will regret to know that she Is I and Win. Wagner of here are about I
confined to the Gainesville the same
rTUE St. Edward's Catholic I
y- hospital where she underwent a'':

.. Rev. William H. Neuhaus, pas- major operation last Monday. We I
, .". "C' .- .. tor. hope she will Boon be up and PINE LEVEL
Mast at 9:13 m. home again. I
Sunday : a.
! SUNDAY NITE 8 P.M. 1'1 Airs. II. M. MrUao
Weekly Masrat 8: a. m. Recent guests of Mrs. Louis 11.1
! "SUCCESS DE LUXE"king Confessions Saturday 5:00: to Hill were Lt. Col. and Mrs. John ;
8.00: P. M. and 7:30( to 8:30: P. M. P. Coursey and children John Rev W E. Hall filled his regulir -
for Success Learn the Secret to Real Lh ing. Children's Catechism Classes and Martha, of Quuntico, Va. :Mr. appointment at Pine Level I .1
! Don't Miss this Service : Saturday 10:00: a. m. and Mrs. James Bluckshear and Baptist Church last Sunday mornIng -
Adult Religious Instruction son, Jimmy of Klngsley Lake and evening.
IRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., were also dinner guests of Mrs.) Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Stokes and I

BOB GRAY, Pastor> ind by special appointment. Hill on Tuesday. -- ...... 7 -. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker
Bible School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 7 P.M. KKCEI\KM DEGREE and son of Atlantic Beach were
!
I Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 P.M. Miss Phyllis of Mr. and Esther Mrs.Martin W E., weekend guests of Mrs. Blocker's NOW For the world's most
daughter mother, Mrs. A. H. Harley, Sr.
Come to the Services Sunday Tell Two 'Martin, Route 1, Lawtey, was I JUra. EWe Miner was the dinner I wanted
: awarded a Bachelor of Science In guest of her son, Howard In Jj! refrigeratorCOME
People To Tell Two People. Education degree at the 105th an- Westconnett Thursday of last A longer \\E : r
nual commencement of Taylor Un- week. ,

:, --r-: : __ r -\.,. iversity. Upland. Ind., on June 5Mft Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberls Sr. IU ASK US ABOUT IT TODAY !

I spent Sunday In Di-Iand with Mrs. stronger guarantee !
.
e v.e,.)t .. ..III--Y -.",..t'1t. Nd.OE fN: ::I "' ,"''.!Z''"r'r :&: LnN.cg .:. Roberts' father, Mr. Tatum,,
Yt'L I. "' '"" : ''Nn1 I fi1 ;: '.. ; 1t Wayne and Larry Mixon of Jacksonville Before it important i
- .<..?..,.I .. '!l .... i : a,, ..1-- 11 Yet now these Mover was so

Jr. "OP R OR J!? .............'." ... .....,f'..:... ;: :': 1'i!;"'". .: ll it7 t:11r.:,:-" ."" their grandparents were weekend Mr. guests and Mrs.of bigger pressure safer PURE low to you to be lllr of top-quality t I

:;., "' ,. '-- :ro.:' .......... j1f'f1,,/'. #};!' 'i.-;'" W. H. Edwards. Miss Ada Edwards Cushion Tire are d value in refrigerator. You,
new
;> ..:J. .. "'" F Jf'iiJiiji' -e guaranteed for 15 a I
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( : ; I j
1 ; '" ,.. I: -. ',)! .: ; I ." '''':-'-"" also spent the weekend I full month I r,
M .. 1 be of of dependable
... kf'r'p .". ""I ... .1.'i: with her parents.Mr. And the "cold rub. tan sure years
0 Pf 1:::':'''- and Mrs. G. W Roberto and! I I ber" in the tread | : = refrigeration when I
you
... 'll f/.Vi'-/ ---
' *.M t.Itli!.r.r t.. gWlH! /.,__. *i J .r.B ", Mrs. Effle Miner were recent visitors D and udewalU give I
{ : :: i... tr to Jacksonville to see their up to 30 % more choose a I Hotpoint! Come in today j i
J '
; ... mileage I mdlW4d
brother Dr. Earl Roberts, who Is
allowances give
, .. "" -see the top we
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Roberts was quite badly injuredbut refrigerator a new 1951 Hotpoint,
1tD'w., ": ... Is reported improving at this

: : :; : jr.tl..-:M time.Sunday dinner guests of Mr. =.:.n,. Cushion 5- I

WAN :lJ:: J..: and Mrs. O. J. Anders were Me and i r 1951 Deluxe 8.1 cue ft.
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c'' Mr.children and Mrs.of Jacksonville Johnny Jenkins Little and PaaE) TIRES : I- f e Big 24-lb. Speed Freezer! e 2

0 .... !t Jennie Lou Jenkins remained with : =- / Roller Drawert! Large Meat Panl
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} GiS :: Me Daniel :Massey Is spending his i I PURESERVICE Stop! 5-Year Protection Plan on
10"G\\ 'lI I vacation In Bonita Spring with ,
\.O'll VE'1ll.tound Thrlftmatt.r Unitl!
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"fl MttN j aeterfy.Av EY i I Guests of the H. C. Kclley'sj' Madison & Walnut Sts. I $
the weekend were Mrs. A. Fla.
f wotk ASbteakil1g AM.,4"ry I during Starke, : 209.95
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COUNTY' TELEGR.PJ1.TRKE.FLOJtrnA nUD\\" 1t
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: Employers Asked To Cooperate With Guard I BY MORE TEAM WlTHDp.The KNOCKED.

a Favorable Leave Policies --'ivy
i 1 By- Adootine. County Softball League disbanded

of tremendous tax burden this week following; lastweek ( 'p1.
Local bUllln.'"" firms. employing people ) a
,' National' Guardamen. are <'allf
upon to further the national dp- tur the businessman The men of ) r -1 from the league This left only 3 I flack Fr0711 IOftr
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: lit the
|] teams organization anddidn't
ihelr Headquarters Company receive
fenae effort by permitting .-, ,
approximately 28,000 dollars in provide enough variationfor
I employees to attend field training from
K
this summer without lomi of regular yearly salaries alone for the spare a schedule.
vacation or pay I time they use In training. This Vic Frees said today however. moot) '

Captain Hugh B. Ingram Jr., substantial sum Is spent locally i that. the Humphreys team would iMr ..1I1i, Mi

commanding officer. Headquarters to Urn benefit of the entire business I continue to play but most of their Graha" 'Ie 1htF
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Second Battalion community. It was also games will be scheduled with out
Company hl
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121th Infantry. Florida 1 pointed out that extra salaries i of town teams. aSRlglJ I'

National Guard. said It depended pilid for military leave are subjectto Only two games were played I Cpt M i K.. ,

on the leave policies of local. businessmen Income tax adjustment. this week. Ice ,no 'i;,. ,

whether the unit Is fully The National Guard which has Friday night. Humphreya took oversea t91hllj

trained this year. a received eurh strong support from I the measure of Camp Blending. I 1BC| Jul, Ii

"The United States Governmentand business In the past La certain 'quite convincingly when they won aorve.1. u 'machlnt r

the State of Florida upend that the business community will 186. Frick allowed the Camp the Eighth R"glrn'QI. ,

thousands of dollars In equippingand not fall It and the nation in the I Blandmg stickmen only six hits I Caval" fli-oi I lo

training our citizen-soldiers. present emergency period. f(1'/1:0( / while his team mates pummeled action HI l, IN''U ani..

Full value for the expenditure I the opposing pitcher for 14. I *nemv me, c;1

.which comes from the taxpayers' Hunt Crews Learns L Humphreys won Its second gameof 1197 ? ?Ita)'!

pocket. la not received If the men the week when they rolled over menu ar 2.1()) .
Friends Behind Him
1 do not round out their weekly I a fighting Hercules team 8-6 Tues '| Cpl McKinnei' I'ftd,

part-time armory training with One Hundred Percent day night. Up until the seventh ver Stat I i 'Psc

the Intensive experience gained In I Inning Frees had held Hercules radio ll.:

field equipments" he said.. I Elmer (Bunt) Crews the 16 year to only one run scored in the I lines an quipm, ni btIt

It was pointed out that while It old youth from Lawtey who was first inning but the seventh frame ur We'J'!

I. trim that grantIng liberal military -, serious! Injured In a wreck twoi I brought a rally that totalled five Heart ha\m:% Deco-! .

ki I leave privileges slightly Increase i,i weeks ;'go.- Hhould get well now runs Just two short of tying It up. times, th r-\ 'lbbo

,* operating costs of the because he knows he has the whole cupatlon rlbb .
t 1 I q K,
1 average employer this factor II town pulling for him. Mrs. VVesterfelt Ice Medal

I off-set by the following: When Crews was taken to a

w : The exUtenca of the National Gainesville. hospital, with a severe '. i.1ffr :- Dies Within Week ')'-.-.-.-.-
Guard has made It possible for the head injury, the people of Lawtey IIIL4 ,, -

United States to maintain a smaller immediately started trying to find I Of Husband's PassingMrs. QUICK Lift!

regular Army and Air Force. out what could be done. They received -
New Keystone Heights Lions Club Receives Charter Monday EveningI
This has relieved the AmericanW.C.T.U. ,i' permission to move him tca Estelle Westerfelt died on or FULL]

Jacksonville hnflDltal where he June 1 In Henderaonvllle. N. C.

under the of just seven days after the death of j
could be put care a "OFKICKKS
: OF THE CLfn are pli tured above as their charter was
brain. specialist and started to I Keystone Heights saw Its! second ed the benediction.A her husband C. S. Westerfelt In''
E. Jr.. 2nd vice
; presented Monday night: (left to right' A. Anthony.
THATJUA.JOIIOI.l work. service club come Into being Monday program of entertainment Included Starke. I
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KOBKKT E. LEE SAID president; J. P. Sullivan secretary-treasurer: Walter. M King. Lion
WERE Within an hour after he was, night when Charles R. Hess songs by June Patel, ac-][, The Westerfelts had been winter
J MUCOUS
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; DRABLY Til.\N 1HJLLKT moved a fund of $IM had been District Governor of 33-1. presenteda Tamer: Kyle McMurtry. 1st vice president; William Baker. director, cordlon solos by Nick Burson and,, residents of Staike for several I
: MORE : Dr. W. L. Musser president; William Scales, director: Elbert Altman of Al Jolgon
*. UK ADMSF.D YOUNG collected to help defray the ex charter to the newly organized clever Impersonation ,(, seasons occupying apartment

MEN 10 lirXOME: TOTAL All- penses. Then J. G. Godwin solicited -I unit of Lions International.Hess ':I 3rd vice president; Chas R. Hess. District Governor; James C. Hill by Bud Anthony. i i Iin Nollman Village. They had a I

.., :: MTAINMCS.' I another $91: from employeesat I pointed out that the Key- I International director, Anthony Baker. Tail Twister: Tony Reeves I It was announced that the club;: summer home in HendernonvlIIe, !

,. (t'LOIUU.0001> NEWS.) the State Farm and O. J. stone Club in the 34th unit In this past District Governor.-Telegraph staff photo by Holcomb Kerns. I will meet on the second and fourth I i and it was there that Mrs, Wester

Phillips and his son, Leslie gave I district In what he described as the I I Tuesday nights In each month at felt went following the death other

a benefit picture show that "fastest growing service club organization ':'' 7:30: o'clock in the Inn. i husband. Her own death apparently -
i Ing was James C. Hill of Vienna Dr. W. L. Musser president received Hot
brought in an additional $M. Be- In the world'. I I'1 Charter members of the club]: from grief, followed weather eatinr
Va., a director of Lion Interna. the charter on behalf of the
CLASSIFIED I sides that, numerous private contributions -' lie added: "You can look for are: A. E. Anthony Jr., Elbert,, within a week. to be enjoyable) a l
: tional. He described the rapid club and also the gong and gavel
: have been made to the I I start now In Altman. Laurie dine on good
things to happening growth of Llonlsm throughout the which was given to the new organization Alderman.] They had been married for 44 fowl! j

l I fund and the contributors asked I Keystone Heights", referring to ,1' world and the many good things by the sponsoring Anthony Baker William Baker., years. cool. pleasant!' su
", FOR NT-.e..ttall" on Kingsleybe that their names be withheld. activities of Edward
k. iimuut' m w.Ht Muai8j.ii.Modal the many outstanding ': that It has accomplished Starke club. Bleha Roy Browning I of Central Restai
Crews was taken to the Jacksonville the Lions organization In the communities Nick Burson Earnest T. Davis, I
, In The Keystone Club was sponsored I H. A. (Tony) Reeves Inter- I Here you'll find |
hoHpltal a coma from where It exists.
"' "4 .. I.... _ln9 A ...rd.. ITG. Robert Dodd. T. A. Glockner, y.(
I '!' ac' ....."n tic Uowlli.B AIIo.". III. which he hadn't awakened for 10 Around 200 Lions their wives by the Starke Lions Club. j I national Counselor and past District Charles R. Hager ,Walter M. -FOR SALE- orite foods pre

days. However, he now wakes up and visiting members of other | and a large delegation from the Governor of 33-1: served a.. King A. G. Loudon, Sr., A. G. way you like thai

001 NO TO ATLANTA Sunday, at Intervals and is gradually be. service clubs gathered In Keystone Starke unit was present for the''1 I master of ceremonies introducingDr. Loudon Jr., James McDonald. best of all-ourprj

Jun.Albert 24.U.O..lrlllll h.ru., rW Phon oontatl 1U-J.Inc. ginning to recuperate. The doctors Inn for the impressive charter chartering. The Hawthorne, Mel-] Ralph Neale pastor of the Kyle McMurtry Dr. W. L. Musser GRADE always reasonable

Iarke.. tIll say. however, that It will be ceremonies. rose, and Waldo Clubs were also]|I Keystone Community Church who iiarold Scales. William Scales. E.

Fl'K riALi.I .._nmll pie..e loes In. some time before he will be completely Principal speaker of the even- well represented.' gave the invocation and pronounc- V. Stuckey and J. P. Sullivan. BRAHMA Drive-in to Cenlnll

i. Ho blUh. J T Qullll. 181!:! well again; that the con- for a sandwich or [
HEIFERSSANTA
FOIl RENT-S.vrol nice furnished. valescent period will be quite long. course dinner.

,. t api.rtni.nt. 103 WashingtOn Hr 141."a. He shouldn't have any trouble Keystone Airpark KEYSTONE PERSONAL ITEMS :, Keystone Rotarians
Jhnc
I Mr. H H though, because he knows the Will Be Host To Sponsor Fish Fry FE CENTF
I FOR 8AL.K:-Small John Ileerl whole town i Is behind him. 'I I
MniiKl-L. iin rui>i,i'r. V. Juhnmm, Annual Air Tour Mr. and Mrs. Southerland hav> Dally Vacation Bible School i For June 29th STOCK FARIThel't' Restaurant I
H..ute i. II... 2110 mu.k.. 1 mi.
"lMM.P been visitors to Keystone Height'i, opened at the Community Church
: eAst of town I' 4-H Girls Return I I ''..*. Fla.
for several and some ttrru> last Monday morning and contlnu- Drive-In
w""T.U Keystone Airpark has been selected years Members of the Keystone Rotary

v 554KM FMMAI.Yla .."'4P 1'\1 isPCKFI. 'rgMMe From Short CourseAt again this year as one of ago decided to make It theli r ed through this week. The enroll- Club are busy selling ticketsto

,, Soil HouthP finest 100 ClirlHlm It AnBortmenti.KM Ca.d... the six airports to be visited by permanent home. They have purchased mont was good but was smaller) a big fish fry they will stage

Make: POH 111(1 f H on MI'l Namlniprlnt,. Florida State the Annual Air Tour sponsored by a residential lot overlooking '. i than. was expected due to the j ji at Keystone Beach on Friday.

Chrinlnia' Curilii, 60 for 1115 up. the Florida Air Pilots Association. Lake Geneva and contemplate i epidemic of measles. An excellent June 29. Supper will be served ..

BlK Illtl nfd fBHt-WllTH
Sinnplr.. AcsrtmI'flts on morning from the Short Course at future. Their residencewill p d staff of teachers and
TI consist of private plane owners temporary competent be used to carry on the club's
3113 HKiichtr 'Tallahassee I
fltAKM Hap HIT Atlanta. (J... al'l.rUV"I'j' were Shirley Rosier I from all parts of the state as wellas \ be In Lake Geneva Apart.. I workers. The Community ChurchWomen projects. ,
Jannelte
., Blount Margaret Hersey, some out of state visitors. Theyare ments. provided refreshments for ,i S. E. McKay new Rotary president

.. FOR homo SAI.I'with-14-room porao lr.... Annette Green and Kathryn Har- scheduled to leave Miami June They were formerly residents I the students each day. Is serving as overall chair. Glad God Tell's 'En

i the hOuse and lawn alt d.r/ rell. They were accompanied on I I IthU of Atlanta Ga.. where Mr. South. The school closed Friday after.
niture "..1.1 separatelY.l .. .l..t.1 29 and arrive at the Keystone ; man of the event; Frank Walrath
A,'r..nv... uutllo. iiml liullrtlnic I I trip by Miss Dorothy Ross. Airpark July 1, after stopovers at erland was engaged In real estate. noon with a picnic at Gold Head | Jr. chairman of cooking; C. J. L Where To Get Off!
I Ii l for siIM 1 ,''I.| nrut lv. Seer town; Home Demonstration Agent and : Fort Myers and St. Petersburg. I{I and Insurance business. Branch Park. This picnic will Include Bastedo/ grounds ;
HrnnkalilnAptu
M Wvnn. a
'.4 l Mra .,I.urlnil'HriHiilKliI, Itnm'I). I'p..pnt I Miss Oleeta Green local leader. The- tour- will" leave tCevatoneI _Rlvi n _.. _hova_. _and n_ frlrla__ __ nf_. the.___ all the Sunday School and : J. Slprelle ticket .committeev'l; .
K.mtl 11,1st $ ,,.rk"J Klllt HKNT4TO.mi I While at the Short Course i Monday: :July 2 i----; ; Klssimmee intermediate grades with Mrs Church. A full program of recreation Pangborn bears
t rottav. <*<1, furnlHhvd -
Kathryn Harrell and Jannett' I
it hi In. r.... luwn. Adults Ail-. I Blount ': I where the pilots will attend the I Erne Davis as chaperon wentto and sports has been arranged of "collecting the fish'. Mont of UM neighbors believe Maybe it Is rather 'iir|

,, Ire nn, ra. .nlmvi) *'I j jAPARTMrVT white modeled a school dress anda Silver Spurs Flying Roundup. Stetson University in Deland and supper will be served at Tickets are Soc and $1 and may In the right to live and let that we feel this way

KOIl ItKNT-I h..1| In the State rayon Dress suit respectively I From there they will\ go to Day-' for an eight-day Baptist Assemb 5:30: In the evening. Each person be obtained from any Keystone live. Unfortunately though judged by the low'*:I

I. rmmi.rnmblnoil living kltrhi-n and nml lining linth.room gas I\i made these articles of Revue. They in 1 II tona Beach and Stuart. 'I ly. A number of parent went Is asked to bring a basket. Cold Rotarian. some folks. want only to live standards of this wottl f
clothing
II ,4 I :rnv"* UrfrliPrlicMalr:; : *, nrreend | their club Civic groups In the towns to be I down Friday for the eluding ex drinks will be provided. Cars will : and forget the rest of the'wylre' thank God that He 8)111)
work.
; The Revue .
pori-h, all firnished. Two nn- wan ; "
t. visited have planned a continuous ercises. The group returned homeFrld..y. leave the Church at 1:30: .
Word that "Ihey'
Irani4JI Muillmtn ft Apply Altman DoublesFor Holy
CI.'l I held In the
... amphitheater adjoin.
,
I'Iflolo.? .nmp. p CPi.4 round of entertainment for the Mr. and Mrs Harold J. Smith | do such things (thost
; ing the new and modern music Miss Til Its Miss Gertrude and returned to Has-' Movie Star They are the ones that try
I".N'.rlnl! tnlrn.lurtory visitors. A reporter and photogra- Gladys son recently and drink It and sell it) ltd
,J Kuniou" 'tlami-hlnl r>oul>l.orfP'-j, building.The pher will make the complete circuit Houser and Mrs. Pat Fray- brouck N. J., after a two-week fool folks into thinkin' that Inherit the Kingilom of G
Safety lln>nr "!""P". Mad asHombltes were held In the and considerable national pub er have. gone on a two weeks' visit with his parents Mr. and In 'Frogmen' FilmC. BEER 1st as harmless as ice
I l..rt--of rinrftt Surgical Htt> '
air conditioned auditorium of
1'1..1.I ,In it "Money", Fits In any the' licity for the towns visited is expected vacation. visiting Long Island. I Mrs. William Smith and her sUter tea. For the sake of their own Gal :9:19.2L
nniihl' Fi1..... nnvor rirah your- music building. This room and the F. Altman, son of Mr. and selfish indulgence they
New York and Philadelphia. Mrs. S. E. McKay. want
100
; eel,tf load of the hOst shaves vnuvvr Approximately private
a building Is of the finest of its Mrs. E. Altman of Keystone
had. lit a real! conomy. HITYW plane owners and their passengersare Mr. and Mrs. Oliver were backIn R. A. Bob: Weeks la confined to you and me to pay the price
ijt Postage. Hatlnfaotlonvitarantpt1 kind with a perfect acoustics and Heights, Is home on a visit now that the sale
pay of this
brief booze
expected to take part In the Keystone for a stay last his bed with lllne.: at doctor'sorders. : demands '
g nr money fiinded after serving as a double to Dana n
lighting.On in
II Knrl,.... II| for Carton. of JO l>rk.loo tour this year. week. wrecked lives, broken t 'ray
-t ( ftlnfi> 50 the home the Andrews In a forthcoming picture homes filled Vi
nr cents In coin for way girl.stopped jails hungry chil
has returned from
li! 1 rackIll( Pl,. rioaiiv ad- off the The public I. Invited to see the Billy Rose Albert Nelson president of the "Frogmen." dren and
tL' dress. <1,.or".. d ".n. nimrlluitnr, to see Stephen tour arrive and greet the visitors. I New York. Keystone Rotary Club has recent vice-ridden communi
Knut I, Bon Foster Memorial at White I Altman who enlisted in the ties.
937 aiark. Fla.
Mrs. F. W. Doylng has left fora returned from the
The scheduled time of arrival is ly Rotary: Convention -
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t Navy three Is
of
Springs. They marveled at the years ago part
Sunday morning July 1 at 10 visit In Cleveland Ohio. In Atlantic City N. J. His
.5 TfACIIFrt ...perl,.ni-.d with rhlldr beauty and arrangement of the I, an underwater demolition team
I .n. ,la lnt..ri..t.." In rarlnir for dlaramas the famous o'clock. Mrs. Hasklna and Mrs. Siprel- wife. Louise U In Greensboro N that trained in the Virgin Islands -
chill. of Working mother by divi depicting le. left Monday for a five-day C. for an extended stay with an I
. "ring lIumm.r. Contact atJ songs. and was selected to help Hollywood -
PTA Summer Institute in Talla who Is from
r-Mrh or Mrs. aunt recuperating an
ItnHAVF
,t The trip was made possible by Engleman In making the picture. It
t hassee. operation.Mr. I
MORt! OOJ.AMITF! than w. the Starke Woman's Club the concerns the work of the Navy
Died In Orlando
need limited amoitwt ava'MM, Mrs. R. T. Walker and son and Mrs. Charles Oliverare
Home frogmen who swim underneath
Demonstration
Annlv Snr't. F. Stock. Farm Clubs and Ralph, of Sandersvllle, Qa. and here for a short visit. Mr. a
'ci..U'.. .
ce' the County Commissioners.GIRL vessel and plant explosives on theIIp's
Keystone friends regret to hear Ga. have
Fred Walker, of Chester Oliver recently purchased the
SAT.F.a \VANTRD-Man!: fnr Piwllirh \. of the death of Mrs. Ruth Engle been guests of Mrs. Eula Walker. residence of J. Ralph Neal. hull a dangerous job that

.*....lvd busIness-i>od m.rvlo..h.r...Huatler contutmrMr cnn SCOUTSIt man, 23: the wife of a former Baptist this week. Mr. and Mrs John Davis will I requires extensive training. Ctlrpenter'STM

...n.rt ",io.l. profit from atari minister here. Mrs. Englemandied Mrs. T. B. Saunders and T. B. occupy the home of Mr. Oliver The picture which also star.

y Vrltw.....un.at*.once. %f.,nnwlolirh'tt.*,,M. ..t.. ,...Tl.nt...n has been decided to changethe In Orlando last Sunday aftera Sanders Jr. and wife have been while Mr. Davis attends dunes: at Richard Wldmark and Harvey
Lembeck
Girl Scout meeting time to prolonged Illness, and Intermentwas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Llndaey the University of Florida.Mr. .was previewed at the
Cp..l'rv..pn. r.t'PinEPrtIRa for Friday at 3 p. m. This Saturdaywe made In Sebring. Walker. I Jacksonville Naval Air Station r
.t... !Ao nor onart You pick and Mrs. Don Pangborn are last
.....m. $nn'''. Fe Stock Firm.. are going to paint and fix up Rev Alfred Engleman with his Mrs. James Webber. !'tlr.V.. In Daytona Beach for a month's week.
; 'nI.rS' WI.L(5Tur. 'm our Scout building for our Birth. wife and two children came to H. Bryan and Miss Joyce Hank- vacation.Mr. ,

.. .! ... green gold pin. In- day Party. If any one has any old Keystone Heights last Novemberand ins spent the weekend with their and Mrs. F. M. Walrath, Sr.. llaskins'asheteria}
*rlb'4 !MOD I.lh..ul I rewardMrn ,
Marion D Tooe nhitno 401 newspapers please leave them In assumed the pastor's dutiesIn parents Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hiuk- have gone to Highlands N. C. for Changes OwnershipP.
or contact .at Pr Admin office' front of the church center on the First Baptist. Church. In ins. the summer.

__I lt<* Church Street. We will meet again May however, they were forcedto I
H. Haskina. who for
OH RALF'-MlKxIonarv Strawberry on Friday June 29, and any I leave because of illness\ In the the last

t'Ient.. Rv S.sflie Il's h.r-tlv... np >for"n..o.114.T.< ..... jet.ting. girl' wishing to Join the Troop family I BRIDGE NAMED T'O HONOR ADKINS I Ii the several Washeterta years haj: been In operating Now Featuring

n lli. Miti..ut of "t..rk" 8 O may do so at that time. I Besides her husband Mrs\ I Keystone
-nfl... rt.'l,...i. ",n H''.* Jane Brandt. Scribe. Engleman leaves two children, Judge A. Z. Adkins a residentof i bridge across the river. between-* Heights, has recently" sold the

Starke and Judge of the Circuit I Union and Bradford the1Judge 1 business to Mr. and Mrs T. JSoutherland. of
Fnrt TI' ."" m"" "n..... ".'rnl..hed Charles and Barbara. Counties Complete I Line
..".. .mcat..4 mel",'" rite ..t...... 1 Court for 26 years was '. A. Z. Adkins Bridge In who will continue It* .
... .. .. .. Legion Juniors \
9e1,'.. ,t. 'nto'.. "Vnt h..ltCr."".t.ctri"nl. fill p. Keystone honored last week when the bridge ]I honor of a great Jurist, and a operation under the name of Key.

....' en MrWahnn 3t. A-filt, Split With Post 9 Property crossing New River bet.ween'' distinguished Citizen of Florida. stone Dry Cleaning and Washe-
antt- 4 ........ I
teria. REXALL
Continues Active Bradford and Union Counties I Kind personal regards. .Fuller

_ Ln....... .1'I' .k will.t ttnlptn, T....... The Post A6 American Legion wan named after him. Warren Governor. I
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on ,...." "r'.rn.n.Teav. Wallet Findereen at Junior Baseball team split with Mrs. Mattie Lawson has In a telegram from the Governor I The bridge was popularly Delegates Leave ,.
"'"otr"p,1 T..u..r"nh of i.... Tame the Font Nine Colonels of JaC'kson-1 pur.I In Tallahassee the Governor known as "Long Bridge" and It

'\%* Johnrun, Rt i ho. 5t1.ae.. ;.;:. villa during the past week. The chased the W.home Lake of View Rev.Drive.A. R.Mutlin.i said. "Dear Judge I am happy tc I was near here that Judge Adkin For Boys State PRODUCTSWe
on
_ SI $9SII5 UFWSIIIU't'. Starke lads won the encounter on I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muhlhofer I advise you I have today signed 'I was born and spent hU early ]I Sunday AfternoonFrank

4I. .....- '" ............ \ the horn field Thursday night of I House Bill 1743 which names the I childhood.
_ flsnnablI. --...-. __"............ last week by 1 run, but lost Wednesday's are now building a home on E. .
_ '.. 4'. ......p......... Lake View Drive. They are the Brown Hampton and
r._.. & ............ .......... .po ._, game In Jacksonville I Lloyd Grider. Starke Mill I
9-2. parents of WalLy Muhlhofer who I DR. HEMBREE ACCEPTS RESIDENCY leave

'WEOnr110! AMD BIRTHDAY CAKFH operates the Davis Hotel here in 1 Sunday for Tallahassee where they \ e are set up
_
-18 un. Oril-, taken at t5ahmere Sidney! Smith on the mound for Starke. I Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree remain there for four Y84I'S.Dr. will represent this district at this I
Gift flhopp Phone 88.S. IfMRAT the Coloqels two-hit ball. I
pitched I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Pekle have moved Thursday to Roanoke. V...., Hembree had practiced In year's convening of Boys State.
while his teammates collected I'] to
MARKTVH tVK-llnaranteedti purchased the home formerly where Dr. Hembree has accepteda Starke for the past five years. i I The boys were selected On the I give you
> conform tn IT T 8 Oept nf A..rlculture '. eight blows oft the delivery of baju of leadership
owned by Mr. and Mrs. S. E. residency In Gill Memorial Hospital and prior to that was resident character
,nm'IfI.atin l 4 oa bnttu Starke mound !
uSe nrndford i-ounty Tele.rranh I Jerry Fountain I I McKay on W. Lake View Drive. specializing In eye, ear. nose physician at the State Prison for scholarship and service by Charles '
_ ace. \ S. RELIABLEPRESCRIPTION
tf | and throat work. He expects to six and a half year Parting principal of Bradford ,
i Hagen, Hendrlcks and Bryan High School The
!''UtI.oW PRtCK on RemlnctnnAdding ,. BASTEDO IN HOSPITAL costs of send-
Miti-hlnee Aim\ Reming. led the Colonel's hitting attack.!i t i ing the two boys to the meeting SERVICEBR.DFORn
ton Pnrtiihle Tvpewrtrera. Steethem I I J I"LJl'S UILJIIXM KKfSE CARD OF THANKSWe i
while Bill Reddln and Jim Mast C J. Baatedo i will be paid for by the Starke .
s t Stratford County Telerph. plant engineer
tf secured the hits for Starke. I!j I I American Legion and
with the Starke
Humphreys Gold Corp., IsI I Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Kruse wish to thank our friends '
Mext Monday.. June 29: Post 08 confined Rotary Club.
to Alachua
OARA"W BlfVUAtXIW I I County the arrival of
FOR RENT announce a son, for their kindness, flowers and r I
-I I'.drnr.mc. modern tile beth will play the Gainesville Juniorsat Hospital, Gainesville where heund.rwent I While In Tallahassee,
Julius Wllhelm. June 10th. they will\ '
_ central hee>in. The
thln. furi'lKhml' air.cooled".-"pt Fvery.llnena P. K. Yonge at 4 p. m. j j an operation this week I I I Kruse family are temporarily 'I sincere words of sympathy in our! Join with boys from other parts I ,- PilOSE

Living puntry.. room.Very lir dinette". *Io.. ..kitchen*. Apfttv ., r-ie.iny, June 26 they journey i i' He expects to return to his home making their home In Atlanta.: Mr.] late bereavement, the death of of the state In studying state ST.-\RKE.

Colonial Florist, Nonaj lilt to Deals to meet the Juniors'! In Keystone Heights within the Kruse will be stationed at the Air our son, Don. -- Mr. and Mrs : government and be given an

________ Phone 1 n. If there at 4 p. m. next few days. Base there. I I Orris Turner and family. opportunity .to.... the various

agencies of government at work.






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Second Section JUN 22 1 9 51



Bradford County Telegraph



STAKKK, FLORIDA, FRIU.Y, JUNE: : 22 1U.1I


Minors Must Have Work Certificates 1 CUB SCOUTS ENJOY PICNICS I I"a. I 35 4-H Club Boys '. Local Canning Plant

HERE WE GO AGAIN! Before Accepting Employment For Summer __ Will Leave For Camp Running Full Blast

Mrs, Grace Rtt c h. sacra to ry w_ Week Of June 25th To Save SurplusesThe
gnndedSales, Tax {Wilt Hit New Items July 1 the Board of Public InstrUCtlon\\ Chamber Of Commerce

reports that there Is Ifll "allerr Approximately 35 Bradford Community canning plant
,
.oJ bill\ passed Instate tlon giving special attention to the number of boys coming- the office Has U. S Membership > County 4-H boys are scheduledto on the BUS grounds, Is runningat
i, sales tax I for attend the 4-H full
employment certificates Camp at Camp capacity this week, Mrs
I Is go. or disabled will\ not have to pay
i Legislature 1111 the tax on their Anyone under IS years of age The Starke Chamber of Commerce Cherry Lake during the week of Rills Thornton, director, reports. t
of room rent
productleS I or
number must have has received its June 2$. Club members The has been
K a a certificate to work recently I eligibleare plant open everyday
exempt, meals. Some of them are now being
heretofore taxed. during vacation or out of school certificate of organization membership those who have an active 1931project : this week and will continue
which the tax:
prices at I hours. signifying its election as a or have completed a 1951 with that schedule through next
nd If supposed to addto The tenant In a ''hotel room, She said that 10 or 12 have member of the U. S. Chamber of project and have their record week It Is open on Saturday by

$2,000,000 a year to I apartment house, rooming house come In this week and applied for Commerce Washington, D. C books up-to-date. Boys who appointment only.A .
treasury. I or other transient accommodation I' certificates to work at the Farm Local men appointed to officesIn have not been active during the total of 2,437 cans rolled out r
L't have to pay the psa-j his going to have to pay the tax er's Market. However, she said, the organization Include A, J. ,1951 {'rogranare not eligible tc of the plant through Thursday of

ith each dime purchase, pn his rent for the first six I I many come In and ask for certificates -,I Thomas, Jr.. national councilor, attend this week as 20 men and 71 women
on because collections months of occupancy. There will i for'jobs that aren't approved : VV. T. Coram national affairs committee Theost, of the week's camp I U made use of Its facilities. Mostof
Ton the eleventh cent of I be no more refunds when he pas- : under the Florida Child Labor I : and R L. Matthews and C $5.01) per boy for food Lodging the cans, Mrs. Thornton re-
as" price instead of the ses the sixth month and establUh- Law. I S. Partin were appointed to the w la furnished by the State Agricultural ports, contained tomatoes, corn,

L I es himself as a permanent resi According to the law, all minors I educational committee. !U.iI! Extension Snrvlce and soup, peas butter beans, ford-

start the two-cent rate in-I dent.At under IS years old except,, All the members of the local Member of the local Cub Scout Pack are enjoying a picnic once a transportation Is furnished by the I hooks, beets' and some peaches )

rty-sheth cent of price and thet present the landlord refund those engaged In domestic serviceIn I group will have their names inscribed month during: the iiiuimcr. The first one was held Thursday a School Board and Board of Count Mrs Thornton asks that those
i the forty-first him hU tax- at the end on the enrollment list In'' ty Commissioners. !
payments private homes and farm work I week people planning to use the can-
1
ago at Klngxlcy Lake. Cuba In the above
| at the sixty-sixth I picture>> are
tax of six months during out of school hours, are Washington.The During the week of the
camp refrain from
(front ning plant comingIn
of the seventy-first row. left to right) Michael Kasner, Harold Seymour Tommy
tead June Issue of Florida 1
The comptroller ruled that a required to have a certificate before Highway -I McLemlon, Dave boys will go swimming two ot after 2 o'clock In-the afternoon
Admissions Long Stevie Simmons. Second : Hank Graham
at on person who completes six months they can work. But they must Magazine carried two articles row : three times a day, have movies
on admissions will start residence prior to July 1 can get I have the job before applying fora of Interest to residents of i Jimmie Rltih, Douglas Seymour, Shl Smith, Lawrence, Gordon, Steve sing, night stunts and two 01 with their vegetables. This forces

ortieth cent of admission his refund. But If he hasn't I certificate for the application the county. One described the Ha rain, and Spanky Md..ndon. Standing behind Cubs are their leader three short classes each morning the plant to stay open quite late

tead of the forty-first. pleted six months occupancy i requires the employer's name. City of Starke and another was : It. P. London (right) and his assistant, Harry Green. I County Agent T. K, McClanewill and puts an extra load on the
two-
II make you pay a the new law becomes com-I, They are not allowed to work written on Bradford County. accompany the boys to and workers.

when you go to most July 1, he won't get any in pool rooms, places where Intoxicating I GUARDSMEN READYING FOR CAMPLocal front camp and be In, charge of I

and even on the tax he paid under the \liquors are sold, or hazardous I Serving In Korea '', the local group during the week _
owe, pageants plays under 16 Guardsmen, Headquar- functions of the different section
old refund law. occupations. Boys All 4-H boys who are eligiblefor St'i'pllt' IRKING INK.: ,
,tertainment staged "by The I are not allowed to engage In street Cpl. Ralph P. Bryan, son of' tars & Headquarters Company] ,! Having had Saturday afternoonand the camp and are InterestedIn JURAT
charitable and educastitutlona Is going purchaser to have of heavy to. machinery three ,' selling or work more than 4H( {I I Mrs. Palmer Williams of Starke 121th Infantry, will leave for summer Sunday off, the first four going, are urged to contact the- Guaranteed to conform to U. S.
no longer will be pay i hours per week, nor are they allowed Is serving as sypistclerk field training at Fort MiCIel- days of tile week will be spent In county agent's office Immediately Dept of \gric'ulture regulation&
times as much tax he
it the admission price. Ilj'' At present the as maximum does now.tax to work between the hoursof with, lan Alabama July 7 by train. the field with a field exercise lasting If they would like to be Incltid 4 ox. 'Iwlllo 73c.: Bradford County
or more. 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. the Field Hospital Every unit of the 48th Infantry the entire four day. The cxer ed. Telegraph.
r will there be any ex- collected on an order of Industrial Those Interested in futher information Pusan; Ko Division has been Instructed that else will cover the establishment I
Items sold by religious, equipment is $100-even If the all members of the Division will and
maintenance of Command
on may call the Board of rea. He was formerly a .
three cent rate to the ....- -..- - -
educational instl- per applied -
le and 1 I Public Instruction for more de- a surgical lj( attend camp except for grave undue -I I Post Perimeter, foot patrols ag 'II 1IP IIIP ...
if the same articles bearat purchase price would run it up hardship canes.
tails. 4.. technician, Cpl. gressor problems establishmentand
regular retail stores. Into the thousands. I l I I Bryan' has been An advance detachment will maintenance of regimental all E K T ,U K A TStrickland's

boOks will continue to be The new maximum tax 4s $300 LaMorte Developing 'n Korea for the leave by truck July 4, consisting I communications, command post t

I however And the new law changes the ,past seVen of Capt. Charles H. BernrctitelTr protection, night withdrawal to
sent, all fertilizers, Insoc- tax on funerals. Keystone Reach nonths, and en- ., Sgt Andrew J. Eaves III Sgt. new positions and foot and motor Landing

nd fungicides are exempt. 'ered the service Theodore J Goodge and Cpl. Lea- marches.
uture, they will be exempt I from At, the present tax ,If coffins they cost are less exempt than William F. LaMorte, owner of in March 19- lie N. Thomas The truck convoy Friday of the second week will\ I 1

I they are used on farm 500.: But many funeral director has the leased Keystone the beach Inn and from Pavilion the cityon 10, lie will be up will arrive In camp four days. I I be spent In cleaning equipment Bathing; IteoJ Jllikory
I "or rotation In early In order to draw all the
- groves. preparation for Inspection and
total
quote a funeral charge nitnIHNNKKS-<)
lease and has be-
: a long-term
will have to pay five months HI necessary supplies for setting I flouting
mean you 'I which doenn't break down the cost and up turning In property and collecting
when you buy mosquito of the coffin and other items and gun an extensive building re address Is: Cpl Ralph P. Bryan camp before the main body of pay for the two-week workout. '
jr your house, fertilizer for i services. modeling program. 14th Field Hoap, APO 301, care troops arrive. I FinningBowling
The unit will\ board a train sometime
New additions to the beach Include
i AH or flower bed, flea Postmaster San Francisco, Calif Also leaving ahead of the main
Saturday, July 21, and arrive 1
The new law provides that the a number of concrete picnic ; Ire u+ !Serve
[tor your cat or dog. are two members of the
three per cent tax Is due on the tables, benches, a concrete bulkhead group In Starke the following day.
the No Longer Exempt Kilgo AssignedTo unit who will leave July 3 for pre. Tlr-nlc Your Forty -
total cost of the funeral If it exceeds new pier and remodeling of I

up, soap powders taxed and in de-the, $500. However-If a separate -, the pavilion. It is scheduled to I PhilippinesN. camp Hilton mess Walilnrn, school.and The-yare Pvt. Luverne Cpl Scouts {Want{ Jobs Oroiin i.. large! or Small
i will be
bill Is given for the coffin, the be ready for use the first of the
They are exempt" now. tax is on. the coffin. week. D. Kilgo, an instructor of L. Wahlln. The school In conducted,
i, hlih has been exemptilh I agriculture at on the netting up and operationof i There are still several Scouts In
BUS and Directorof
fuels, will be taxed. the Veterans a company kitchen and mess Troop 70 who would like to earn Catering To Church and School Groups
i buy a wrapped sandwich Farmers Home Administration States GoalIn Training on the Farm hall and Is offered annually. I money with which to go to camr
Program, has been
late In June Scoutmaster Cecil
ckaged lunch after July 1, selected The first day of ramp will be, ,
Policies For New by the Fulbright Teach-
Setting Up The Year I Sewell
1 pay a tax on it just er's Exchange Program to teach spent In netting up house keeping reports. ON BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKEFor
now for a meal at a and preparing for the trainingthat Anyone who has an odd job or
I Helping family farmers make enough to help the farmer In- In the Philippine Islands..
The rule has been for res-I I Is to come during the balance part time work that the Scouts Further Information 11'rtteF.
'needed
Improvements to bring crease his production In line with The Fulbright Program Is a
can do U requested to notify the
0 that of the lwo-week period. The rent
years their farms to maximum efficiency the defense effort," Currie said. function of the United States De- W. STRICKLAND Starke Fla.
,
,' Scoutmaster at the county sheriff ,
and will
sandwiches were : of the first week conslnt o
will the objective different loans
be principal The type are: partment of State and provider I
1 and therefore not taxed. I of the Farmers Home Ad- the real estate program, which Is for an International exchange of classes] and exercises In various office.

)--enttrely exempt up to ministration during the coming primarily for making farm de teachers. Thus when Kilgo leave
- - _ ... .1IIIr.!
.
Ian Item of edible groceries i year, CHffqrd...i,Lj .Currie,. local velopment-type loans and the li pr. the Philippines a teacher from - ._ .,.-- ... .., ... IiIU'' 11I/II.:/ ... - -
jbe taxed In"'the fbture If it FHA Supervisor. said today. operating loan program, which It that nation will be sent to the
|In a package for 50 cents This policy established at directed towards farm
was Increasing United States to take his place.

-nit. Inmates. and guests of a state-wide meeting of theagency' I efficiency.The Although he haan received I : \ ttL1I114I \\ ;
: .
held
In
employees Day-
kpital, rest home or Institu- \ committee of local farmersuho his orders yet Kilgo says that he
tona Beach weeks last
two ago assist Currie In administering will probably leave In about ten
Thursday and Friday. Currie and the program will continue to days or two weeks. He Is Hinted
members of his.staff attended the approve all applicants for Farm. to teach agriculture at Bukldnon

1 meeting. I I ers' Home Administration loans. University, the National Agricul- Sensational Offer !

FHA provides several typesof I Details of the new policy will be tural School on Mlndinao Island
KE
THE HEATf supervised credit. "All of : explained to the local committee He said that he believes that he i

them fit very'well: Into this policy, I at a meeting scheduled for the was selected for the Philippine
YOUR CAR and all of them are flexible I morning of June 23. post because he spent a year there

while in the service In World War

New_Electric Service Connections Reflect II place.and was acquainted with the /J'1"! '\ For the MINIMUM DOWN PAYMENTon

"re : Continued Growth of District, DuPre Says He will teach there In the University -

: 1IL F I The number of new electric Cigarette Tax the actual for time only spent nine months away from but a RANGE, and with 15 Months to pay 1

services connected considered t the U. S. ,will be considerably, ,
s reliable index to the numbe*of Paid To Cities
iiltn't Tu4tl longer. He said that It takes 18
/artlll new buildings completed were I days by ship and 7 more by trainto you can now get a Complete Gas Installation
greater In this district during May Towns In this area are to receive reach the Island.
r of this than In May of last $4,36259 shortly as their '
tO year Kilgo came to Starke to teachat
year, J. H. DuPre, local manager share of the cigarette taxes col.lected the local high school two year ABSOLUTELY FREE

O for the Florida Power and In April, 1951. ago. He received his bachelor'i .," r
announced yester- The cities and,the amount to ___
Light Company _
o1 degree from Auburn and' hit _
day. be received are: master's from the of, -___
r "During May of this year" Du Brooker ______. ,.____ $ 201.98 Florida. His wife and University seven month .--- \ THIS OFFER GOOD ON

Pre said, "we connected 16 new electric Hampton __________ 94.51Keystone l old son will accompany him tc -
__ '
I services 300 in cent our Standing increase Lake Butler Heights______-__ 713 84191.1C the new country.So Anv TAPPAN GAS RANGE
district a per far, no one has been named l' .
over the four new connections Lawtey ________ ____ 3107: Bradford A ot'tL
j to take his place here In r
______ ____ 2.49528 ANGE
u
of last This Increase Starke \
S mmebpcation during May year. County, but Supt. H. P. Morgan l' 0
reflects favorably on our alone and has extended the benefits said that he has had several Inquiries o\ TAE: In Our Store.

T / area. of electric service to 42.733 and Interviewed one man PRICE .
"It shows that, despite defense
rural customers. for the Job. rntgiled I
I
construction, building E
restrictions
; on Fu E
activity here has held up fa "itt Ue ; rt fttt
vorably. Most of our new electric You ION I
connections have been to residences pLLA I 1 ,

S Special Indicating that the local GOOD JOBS FOR \t'tS"t' r \t .

people have been prosperous'andnew HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES p
"
homes are being built. CyiindeY U1'4 J
I DuPre said the Blanding district -lo-ga\: or : '
I 5T;,
liCK' ; also shows a gain for the first r,5 f\\t l, r
'INCLUDES' ('i
' five months of the year over a fO\t
replete chassIs UbrtcaHM' similar period last year. From R1GIr YOU (yyy ; /.r

''lilt.eel bearings dea.sd January-1 through May, 1951, the f,
ipa ked and adjusted power company connected 60 new "
''Ipl"e' electric services, a 58 per cent In- This Sensational Offer Is Good
>rik t,,!.. !Is.4st0u 38 connections
tide,. lIIIitl 1.14 tdded, If crease during the over same the months of 1950 During the Month of June Only

DuPre said that hU company U
111I"1'ls 01 battery te.Jft. continuing to build new lines here

"" slid tIgI.g. and to strengthen its present sys
entry co..ectl..sIW tem. In order that electrid service or* waiting to b. filled In th.

)1T iATHi t Is rough on will be expanded and Improv In addition to the above we will give you ABSOLUTELY LIST I'ROSPECTS BELOW
Sr Cal ed. U. S. ARMY AND
: Give your ear a FREE one SERV-A-TRAY & GRILL
.k by bringing It In foe As part! of its postwar $103.- .
---- ---- ----
'Ke NOWI 000,000 construction and expansion AIR FORCE COMBINATION SET for each prospect you turn ------------------ ----

program, Florida Power & U. S. Bell This set retail _____________ -------------------------- h
whom a rangy
to we
Light during the past five years In to us:
has built 2.235: miles of rural line "..,. el.....hI 1. Good pay--specialized training. Earn !* for $12.93 but will cost you nothing If we ___________ n____________ --. ----- --- --
"
Sad 18re
r."ere.( mil r*...<- while you learn.for unlimited advance- sell to the prospect you give us. ________________--_____- -- ---___ -___ -
3. Opportunities
OW Only $5.50 FREE ment.

: = 3. An unmatched retirement plan.' MAIL OR BRING: YOUR LIST OF PROSPECTS TO

rLtDES ENGINE OIL For Prompt FREE Removal 4. Free medical attention food, clothing,

of Dead Crippled & Worthless m j' housing.

ANDREWS Cattle Horses, Mules, 5. Job security.For SLADE GAS COMPANY

'I & Hogs full detail contact your

tor Company Call 132, StarkeWE U.S. ARMY AND U.S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING STATION

ALWAYS COME EAST CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.
'99 W. Madison EACH WED. & TIIURS. 10 A.M.: TO 12 NOON PHONE 121

Ine 11 Street Florida Renderers, POST OFFICE BLDG. Starke, Fla. I -

_ Starke. Fla. INC.
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'JUN 221951''
Y BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STARKE. FLORIDA J 1'1iiD11' Jt
PAGE TEN E
Y., tlr
' ,. W. C. Clemons R. L. illd tV c

i Motorists Waste Millions of Dollars11I,1 I I one all) >, 8arkt! 1Unilll
OUR DEMOCRACYbyMat: a What's Life Likeon Walton C. Clemens, 68, a nativeof Mrs. RU|>> I a 110

j ': By Bad Driving Practices, Engineer Says Brooker died in a Palatka hospital Rose Oeu. xlser 811r,

COMMENCEMENT a on Thursday, June 14, following Morgan Ru klnM''mHatton \; 1I
THE RIGHT WORD
Impatience, negligence and Incompetence a short illness. sat IItt

', --the three cardinal RURAL "Oft.THe HUIMPMPS"," or THOUSANDS' or HIGM-SCMOOC&: AND COLLEGE He was born at Brooker on Octo- Mrs Mandy sneaa an ,
Ins of the gasoline wastrel-are Bradford County FOl'llythe
coating Florida motorists more I COMMON SENSEBy SENIORS WHO, *.ecf IVINO THCIK. DIPLOMAS THIS JUNC\ A&C I ber 27, 1S83, the son of the late : Funeral lervlcel ,LIt,
AT THt BCSlNNINd Of TNBIH. CAK.eC.ft. Lewis and Nancy Croft Clemons, I ew Hope "'
than $70,000,000 annually or almost Johnson Bsptl.t)> tj
6l Spuds
Farm? He had farmed In the Hellbronn Lacrosse
$82 for each vehicle owner, II Sunday alltlOl,
Springs section near Starke for o'clock ,with ";
according to a recent published Rev ]
food
PLANTS BACK if naG"Farmer's many years, and was a memberof Ing. Burial <1J'
atudy by one of America's topflight BRINGING I You'll) find. out you was In rte
automotive engineers. FROM VACATION MIGHT Diary" each weekIn the Baptist Church. 1 the church rem ell! bIn ,-
,
After a series of controlled CAUSE; SERIOUS LOSSES I The Telegraph.Are Surviving are three sons, Roy, !I direction of OeWltt c J
rI
mileage teat. lasting more than a t .
During the next few weeks
Delmar O. Roos, former y i
;year, Florida people, rural and "FARMER'S DIARY" In the Telegraph
president of the Society of Auto.I many you reading
motive Engineers, has concluded: urban will make vacation tripe wh neck If not you are missing. a> treat. You will get a big F4'IiftI1
out of the state, and It Is to be I' tribulations and
(
trial
that the averagemotorist gets kl
less than half the.motoring, miles hoped that back they with will them not on bring their I aim joys) of Sam and Alire, the two self-styled "Yajikce who

he should out of a gallon of gaso plants return. p, ,)gave up their way of city life and came to Florida with the deter.

+ line.The of When one visiting In another i .1 initiation of renting a living from Mother Earth. Well, the're"wnofttlng" GUARANTEED
primary cause gasoline 1
who Is state sees a beautiful flowering It-or maybe we should say "wrestling" with It.
Mr. Roos.
(wastage
says
fruit tree Iridn't like Sam's resx-toln In l&I *\.f't'\k'\ column whena
also vice-president of Willys- plant or, a fine young jou + Overland Motors, are speed, me- that be may have to plant in his buyer asked him, "Why don't you do something about the

chanical negligence and sloppy yard or on his farm, It is difficult worms. In your t'orn-or Is It just too much trouble'

driving habits. sometimes to resist loading the Said Sam: ""IJ like to ram the biggest, wormiest ear rightIn
plant or tree in the car and brining -
r "Speed alone cuts mileage in ills big fat mouth!"

r halt," Mr. Roos Bays. "In rigidly it home. that might Many readers tell us thU I III their favorite part of the Reconditioned
measured Plants or plant parts
controlled tests over be brought in from other states In.u'h I t I paper.. If you haven't got the "Farmer's Diary" habit-start
miles station wagon Y Modem
a Willys
p consistently averaged 31 miles fashion are too dangerous to this week! \ r rEb ra rn rr

per gallon al 30 miles an hour. take the risk, however, for they !

However, at 60 miles an hour, may be Infested with Insect pestsor Rl'IJCS FOR TOBACCO qualified authorities on flue-cured
Infected with diseases that are
mileage was cut considerably. CONTEST ARE GIVENBY tobacco.
Heading a list of mechanical not present In Florida and that ", EXTENSION HKAD, Judging entries In the preliminary -
Li Ins lumped In Mr. Roos' study would cause great loss to Florida // contests will begin at

' under "negligence"' are faulty agriculture here. if For they this became reason established said a I I Galnenville, Fla.-For tlje third 12:30: p.m., August 9, and judging
park settings, cylinder compres- v+ of the three entries in the sweepstakes +
9
consecutive Florida fluecured -
J Paul E. FrWrson of the State 'tymmsti year
I I
Mon and tire pressures. Each of tobacco will have the will begin at 3:30: p.m. on
s these factors cuts gasoline efficiency Plant Board recently, everyone Is gi.. -? growers the same day. Prizes In the pre-
Y urged not to bring home unln- : opportunity to compete for cash
between three and six per liminary contests will be first, $23:
a a1 soected nlants from other states. j awards In a quality leaf contest, ;
fnt and ;hniitii' the motorist ber' There- in NtVC HAVK THC YOUTH Of THE NATION' FACED STCfcNf" TUT Of according to Director H. G. Clay- second, $13:!; third, $3:!; fourth $2; .
are some costly pests
, ; tween one and; two cents extra for THC APCQUACy Oil THCIIt.TItAININ fifth, J2; and sixth, $1. The first
TO THINK AND DO
1' other states that, fortunately have THAN' IN ton of the! University of Florida, /
r I each mile lie drives. not become established In Florida, TMCfs/TiMlft THAT TRY MeN'S SOULS." Agricultural Extension Service. prize winner in the sweepstakes
': Tire pressure Is a good example will receive an award of $50. In
. ; I of the high price of carelessness and the Plant Board staff Is making BUT TH[ 6CNSC Of INDIVIDUAL INITIATIVB, AND RESPONSIBILITY IS The contest, which is actully addition to their cash prizes, all

I I ," Mr. Roos says "When tire every effort to prevent them BASIC' IN THE AMERICAN SCHOOLAND THE AMCK.ICAN HOME.. three preliminary contests and a first prize winners will receive
' four lower from becoming established here COMMENCEMENT sweepstakes, Is open to all Florida a Ai NOEIiRt
i pressures were pounds It ONLY ANorERSTEP IN THC PROGRESS OfTHCSC certificate of award.
tt
than they'stlould be, the. station In requesting-vacation travelersnot YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN WHOSE ,..RIVICSIIIoNO, ; : farmers who grow the crop Mr. The Agricultural Extension (011a
I less to bring plants to Florida, Mr. Clayton explained. Cash prizes I II in
wagon averaged one mile per RCSPONSieiLITV IT WILL D( TO CARAV FORWARD Out DSMOCRACV.gy Service Is in charge of the con-
r1 I gallon of gas. At average gasoline Frierson pointed out that such I the contest, contributed by a test. .

I prices this bit of carelessness costly pests as clrtus canker, the friend of Florida\ tobacco growers,
alone would cost the motorist Mediterranean fruit ny,* and the will total $200.

I more than a penny a mile. water hyacinth were brought Into "This contest to encourage pro- t N

Other common mechanical Florida from elsewhere. Pests that .Jilfla duction of high quality tobacco," 1 SPRAYER
I f' faults affeAlng fuel mileage are are not In the state now but could ( the Extension official said, "has
cause heavy losses If they became WELDINGWe for mothproolipfcproylno. pin
dirty air filters, dragging brakes established here include the proven very popular In the past end s.Is
and Improper wheel alignment."As pink t two years, and a record number .f othtr vuil
ti habits Mr. bollworm of 'cotton, quick decline COMPLETE
f for driving : of contestants are. expected to
Rood declares, "the two worst gas of citrus, and a destructive disease compete this year."

wasters outside of habitual speedIng of oaks. And there are many > lura gttrqess Moh'POrJCA. Any Florida producer
I who
other planso
that
rabbit starts and the Plant Board is try- with 8 attachments
=are jack__. Inn tn tr....n n n r nt lM w/*.. NEiR-- enter, the contest should select
) I quioit stops violent pressure on ---Wh heY-do--ail'th -;. 50 of his best leaves, tag them
i i, the accelerator squirts gasoline can to Wherein the lazy June pt'eJs looking every day for my wren to 'securely to show his
name,
h into the cylinder\ faster than it can stop infested, Infested or quaran- away M I work and enjoy thesegolden come back to build. June Is half and address, and then county, ,..-USE HANDY COUPON a
be used efficiently, while sudden tined plants from coming Into hours. I listen to the (tang gone now and the summer Is almost with his file them offer the people of Starke I
Florida by plane, train, and of the bird. county agent for entry in (
stops waste momentum already ship here. However I hear
can one of the three
built by expended fuel, in addition Plant Board workers cannot possibly the preliminary con- and vicinity one of the most 1! ACME
up wrens from neighboring boxes teats to be held at the i
Now the forest Hobgood &
to wearing out brake linings. stop and Inspect the thou- through stillness that sing so sweetly.Our Wilkins modern and 1
sands of comes muffled Warehouse in Jasper, finest equipped 111
." motor vehicles that cross again a steady, Vacuum
the state line dally. So Mr. knocking and we know the winged gardens are just growing Farmers Independent Warehouse I Stores, Inc. I
t Mr. Roos' figures on gasoline Frier-. Is and doing fine. I have never seen i In Lake City, and Suwannee Ware welding shop anywhere.All 40S W. Forsyth St -- --
son and other Plant Board workersare carpenter at work, chiseling
based current
,e wastage were on asking the full some dead log or tree. things grow faster. Don helps me I house No. 1 in Live Oak. All en- Work Guaranteed I Jacksonville, Fla.
cooperation of
gasoline prices in the state, number -
with the tending of the garden. tries must be I am interested> In
filed
on before a FREE home
everyone who travels to -Mae'Winkler Goodman I or dt'mon"lratJun ot
keep
of miles of pests
the "got" per motorist gallon and out of the state for the protectionof My cucumber patch la so nice. I August 6. First prize winners in SMITH'S GARAGE I I Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner for 12.05 at no obligation tt
gas by average
Of all birds the am In will the
Florida's woodpecker to hopes I have lots of preliminary contests will
.
great COmpete -
: agriculture
the latest available state-wide me Is the most odd. His bright red plcklea. I plan to make dill pickles In the sweepstakes at the AND MACHINE SHOP HAM;

mileage 'figures released by the head bobs in its flight from tree bread and butter pickles, and Hobgood & Wilklns Warehouse ; ADORES 'HONI

I National Safety Council. Mrs. Ruby Pope of Eau Gallle, and: to pole. Here he often gets on the sweet pickles. Probably enoughto Jasper. IQ. I Temple Ave. Starke CITY Sul

Arthur Hicks Mrs. Alta Williams of Wllllston; house roof and plays a ratatattaton last two years. We have had All entries will be judged I .. I, 6. .u._ tt- ..... .......11. DlrottI_

one son. Otto Hicks of Hampton,' the roof board or something. plenty of rain. I have strawberries by 6, w----ra -- -- -r.n a-.-
i and three sisters, Mrs. J. O. Spark They have not been so noisy this from our garden now. The -
Arthur C. Hicks 78 of
a native
man and Miss Emma Hicks, both spring. I guess they have found Iris are still in bloom and the peonies ..
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Hampton died Friday, June 19, -
of Plant City, and Mrs. Effle more places easier to peck. Nextin are lovely. I can keep the lawn
following a lengthy illnesa. He
Bedenbaugh of Hampton. line after trees, I love birds. mowed easily with the electric
was born April 11, 1873, and was
Funeral services were heldat mower. Don has gallons and
They seem to We gallons
: a farmer until 111 health forced his go together.
I the graveside In Santa Fe Ceme of paint to paint the house
retirement. have a lovely spruce tree in our
tery Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock and store building when the painter EMPLOYEESWANTED
His parents were the late Ell and yard. The birds nest in it and are
with Rev. Bob to
Gray of Hampton can get us. He has so many
Fabble Hall
Hicks.
member of the Baptist He Church.was a I officiating. Interment was In the hidden from all cats and birds that jobs.I .

Ii.i Surviving are two daughters, family plot. might destroy their young. I keep have to go to town for a few

more groceries and take Diggerfor

t. ,:; r I., I ..' I.. I II a little walk. I shall just walk
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'J I slow and enjoy myself My Vacation

this year will be spent In

our own yard, as far as 1 know

now. I want to sK In the shade

I .l( and embroider my dish towels and !

read and study. Just to relax and

, be lazy, to dream and laugh and ..

be glad to. be alive. Our town la WE WILL BEGIN
'I quiet most of the time, save for the TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT
SO EASY TO USE SO EASY TO OWN. call or shout of a child on the ball

field not too far away. The birds
THl In'IWTI'2nW sing; a soft wind blows. I can

smell the fragrance from the

REMINGTON freshly mowed lawn and the sweet Tues. Morning June
I 26 M
smelling Irla. My mock oranges I 9:00: A.
also bloom.
are In They are ,
PORTABLE
I
grant. Life Is good.. tra'i _

TYPEWRITER '' HELPFUL I-IINTS--A colander I I

la a good thing to store eggs In I AND EACH DAY
WITH AMAZINOMIRACLI when In the refrigerator. The holes THAT WEEK THROUGH FRIDAY

/ TAB permit circulation of the air. A
stiff tooth brush Is a handy thing '

to have when cleaning pans and I! ,

H ..., I coffee pot. Put some scouring ,
powder on It and get Into hard- .

to-get places. I

...ec and clean tabulator I In these times when meat Is so I Anyone Interested "

slope Irons keyboard levelwith high and your family large, here I ,
e flick of the
a finger. Is a way to stretch hamburger. It ;." .. .

USE OUR NEWTYPEWRITER Small Down Pay- Is nourishing too. II | Please !1' ,

ment, Balance Easy I HAMBURG AND GRAVY

Terms toSult Your about one half pound of hamburg. 'i I

Needy Salt and put In a frying pan with I
a little fat. Brown It over a slow Call fiv Our Office .'

CLUB PLAN fire. Add about 2 tablespoons of
flour and brown. I put In a little'

Ye,by using our new Typewriter Club Plan, pepper and salt Add milk tc ,I '

a small down payment will pOle be world'sfloat make a gravy of right thickness ,
Good on bread or potatoes. Some) WE EXPECT A GREAT
portable-the All New Remingtoninto MANY
people like it on noodles. APPLICANTS SO YOU
i WE WILL GET TO
you home now!-sod you have a full ,

yt t to pay the balance plus a small em*lying To time me of June the Is year the most My rambler beautiful -j AS SOON AS POSSIBLE .

charge. So why wait? in and tot
-come type
roses have not bloomed but
yet are I WE WILL
ibis portable beauty to-day.It's just the right full of buds. Digger Is happy and USE MOSTLY WOMEN IN THIS

use for f.seese".,bal typing performance- lazy. He lies In the shade and PLANT
truly the only office typewrucrin penonsliuc. lusu-iirp cun>u>s.- looks dreamy, but when a stray -
dog come. along he barks to keep ---

him out of the yard. Ha. They We will be in Production in New
our
make"a wide circle then. Starke Plant the as I
They I early part of July, as soon ,
used to tramp garden and
my flame we get our Machinery set
era down before I got him. Ha | up.

My zinnias are up and I have a

long row. Whoopee. Good old -

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH summer time and fouth of July
coming. Sunday was Father's Day I

lit and I do hope all Fathers had a

STARKE,, FLORIDA happy Day and God bless them- '' I Big Dad

We sometimes forget old Dad In Manufacturing Co. Inc.

the haste and work of life, but he

la always there to lean upon when I ,

\ needed. Don la at the store. The I Tenth & Church Streets .

sun la shining and we are all well

and happy. dod bless all Starke
''''' I.' .. you Fla. .

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8g 22. 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCaRAPn: STARKE. FLORIDA
==-- -- .. .. PAQ 1;, ELEIEY" :

EVERY FARMEROF -
it a\\ irdid -
ST I ;,''hlti( ,.11 '',,'',.the'','ull.< I'ntract.. calendar, will Ii -- -- _- -- -..--- .- ------..-. ---- -
$500 ANNUALLY HINTS TO ,UK after WIIt1,n notice being Btvi -
,CE
of .
i curb award, enter Into a wrlt- 1
( n contrail with The Hoard! of Pubit .
, and with
. united Stales way type vegetable HOUSEWIVESSTOIC i Inatructlon of LTadfurd County,
111 the and the matter for the Roof rate The Florida In accordance with the a,- I
farmers bid II
jng hundred million traps should be backed up with euretdy..ell'u": and' "factora contract aalil I
tWO acccrd- poisoned bait and-lnspectecl daily 11 *" amount equal.lt to one -
Ilion dollars TK'IrEIUT1."ltESIdeal hundred Per cent the contract
estimates. I Failure to inspect these devices price 1 / ..

ric 01vlBlon( of the regularly will hurt the effectiveness temperature for storing No bidder may withdraw his bid ". "
ntrol for .
lent Health Service, of the program, for other rats fresh fruits and vegetables may date.a act period for 0'the thirty opening days ther..of.after the .

the annual board' .just won't touch anything with a range/ from 32 degrees to as high All work shall b. dune I.a accordcuntr -

t rye approximately' I dead rat lying around. as 60 degrees Fahrenheit, says W. .with tioumen plan. tet. relative thereto :

Multiply this by JO. The new poison Wafarln is the T. Pentzor, who directs Department rice which 01 IIIAY b. examined at the of- ,

they ruin but .dom't II most aultable poison yet developed of Arglculture research on Inalructioo the Superintendent Ntarke Flerlda nl. Public or .t I

rat costs a farmer for farm use. Results so far have handling transportation, and storage -I the office. of Sanford W. loin Arehlt..ct. c "

I Indicated one hundred per cent of hotlcultural crops. Benefitto set of .1I..h Oalneavllle plane Florida One
a year. and contract docul..nt. ri* I
estl/nate that: there I control In ninety per cent of Its the family food-shopper from I secured. a'td form. for bidding may b. ..,.

I trials. And while it is extremely such research is a year-round either of hy.ah'a.neral Contra..ton from .10' "". .
,5 and offl"n hy depnaiting I
I. Conservatively I deadly to rats, very few other market supply of high-quality therewith the sum of Five Dolt.r.

!m. farmer is losing domestic animals are affected. by fruits and vegetables.The depo.lt U5 001 In wilt each b.Dr refunded money order which ,1'i".Wltll>." I
age It all.- mlH.lon l .. upon .ub. :
when at 0' bona fld. bid ;,
dollars a year right temperature differs end reIlIrn '
of
paid I.
measures I If your own eradication program with different rl..n. .nd "ontr.ct docu. .
?rat control kinds of fruits and mrnta In good .on.lltlon .
financial losses, rats falls to eliminate all the rats, con- vegetables. About 32 degreesthe ten d..y. after the date set within for "I Ain't it and
opening the bid.. grand glorious
different types 01 tact the county agent or a memberof temperature at which water ael. the Any additional a feeling )
n the Rat Control than aubnalaalforon f apbid Willlrb.
Of which aid In Division of the freezes- best for lettuce, spinach, banished, t
least eight dls- U. 3. Public Health Service. They and other greens, cauliflower dllrll'.RtI..n.t but the aetuel I coat of
at wlthollt .
n ape and livestock. are licensed and approved to distribute broccoli, green peas snap beans, I aatl.factory Hhh'er' ,,' "u..lltlcaUon.to The. Hoard refund.t b. Of j. to see a factory building I

e bubonic plague, more deadly poisons and and sweet corn. If kept warmer 'nolrll..tI"n of Bradford or County PubliC!, .. ,

fever, and food have been trained In the scientific these vegetables lose flavor and Florida .
The '
UI methods of placing! trap and poi freshness. For example, the sugarin Bradford Hoard County of Public Florida Instruction, reaervee, i now nearing completion ,
the
common field mouse, .sons.It sweet corn and peas turns to nny hid l right and to to waive Information In I I
reject any o' nil bioI....
seems under these
circumstances .
starrh. Among fruits most varieties The lli.nrd
the farmer of public
Instruction
coat
the that Norway and Roof that a farmer can affordto of apples, pears peaches, Hy TlrHdford Harmon County P Morgan Florida, in our f fair city?
take '
burrowa and a day or 'BO off every ac plums grapes and berries hold Superintendent. .

orway leaves rafters, often to rid his farm of rats, it it's quality longest when stored just eta| M 6iilOIKU ,

seldom round. going to save him five hundred above their freezing temperature.But \ OK -AITI.irriorou t

dollars a year. other fruits and TAX,; ".'.:11
only the Norway: Is vegetables ti..uM> inn MI. ixia: ,
of: burrow- -such as melons cucumbers andaquash.kp'p NOTICK IK HKKBHV OIV BV. that
Signs IltOPER CAKE "IT.LIN n. V. Kaxnn the .

lulldlnga, dead chick; LEAF HARVESTING at, 45 to 50 fresh degrees.longer Lemons If stored Ing ficate certificates for a tax hallfiled deed the nald follow certi : Breathes there
to .
pipes be with
and gnawed liiaued soul dead
;ga sign of them. OF TOBACCO CROP and sweet potatoes need to be keptat flnd thermm.year The l certificate number \ a man so

sure small around 55 degrees Unripe tomatoes lion of the. property and dviicrlp*
hesitate to kill Proper care and skill In harvesting In uhlch the name '
chickens for food. and curing will have an Important also call for storage at 53 follow* It wee aeMHetl are as who himself hath said .
L. to
fat Is a little different.rlct bearing on the quality of for longest life. Potatoes should certificate' N'o. 117 : I never ,
not be stored 111 1948 -
where it Is colder
andhe l>verrlwion uhf
vegetarians bright leaf tobacco and the price It ITopertv

grain In the barn, brings on the market according to than 40 degrees. Below 40 the It Mil. nitton 22 K. Park Sec 91, 82,: T.Rile T. 8.*,, 'I I
have
had
starch In
stock Fred potatoes turns to sugar, Name, am proud to
i't' bother live Clark, assistant agronomistwith and tomatoes and melons spoil before IIr.."..In...which a..*e.ned.: Mr.. Sarah .
they usually the University of Florida
too,
All
n of mild'
peti inside buildings Agricultural Experimental Station.To they ripen. County of Hradfurd property, State being of In Flori the '

it down on the ground help Florida farmers who are The subtropical fruits also do da.LTnlef* uch a part in bringing this
,
best If nr certl-
stored at moderate temper- I Ate 1'xd awed .
j to do so. now harvesting their crops to ob Ito I HhHll be according.
two safe methods fore tain high quality and maximum atures. For example. 40 to 45 uuh law the property. described In -

farm rat population returns from their leaf, the Ex- degrees for ripe pineapple and no lie mill certificate to the highest..or .certificate. bidder at will the I new industry here.

and poisons. In periment Station agronomist offers lower than 1 BO for unripened pineapples our In hoiiHri door on the flrt Monduv .
ape ; from 48 to 50 for month of Auvust 1Pr.1. which >
where Norways have these suggestions: mangoes I I. the Sth day of August, 1S51. .
lulling is effective Harvest only ripe tobacco. Harvest 45 for papayas, and 40 to 45 for Dated this A. Mlh day of June 1951.

I nqf be used by any- as often! a's{ necessary-twice avacadns. Olives particularly the Clerk J. Thomas.of Circuit Court of ,

than an experienced a week if barn space is avialable ripe ones develop Internal brown- irradford: CountvFlnrlda, I I -
Ing If held where it is colder than l, .. ..
7111V
-I'
out
only as this will result in uniform
then
and cure. I -
Do not bruise leaves or break 45. Between! and 60 Is ideal for flY o'rl .1 I But YOU
WHOM IT that? Have You
bananas-the reason they should !MAY l'ON"IRN'Ih !: : 'i. can
Thl say
scientists say that stems more .than necessary in har. : Is to notify you Ih..i under I
Into .
from 60 vesting. never go the refrigerator law all claimant and debtor
ihould own
era to
of the wooded base When "priming", do not hold tobacco }to elate before Henry file their H. Purvl chum. against duly awnrn the I ; qualified shareholder in the
withof a Notary Public as a
should be baited under the arms. > County: Judge of with ;
meat for the Nor.rED Do not pack green tobacco in chlordane dust to the affected before::: the expiration Hrndfor.1oun.y of eight cnl-, ,


o sleds.Do not leave primed tobacco in areas.Dusting sulphur has been found ender JJJtlon barred. .I said month of claim this'.I from NOTICE or the d.bi.first*otherwise! will publl.be New Starke -- the thriving ,

the hot sun, and do not string it very effective In controlling stick- This June hy I5lh. 1951.0 f Imlt.tlon..

and "bulk" It down for several tight fleas on chickens and In Zena. Brown,

to BUY hours as green tobacco heats chicken houses and yards, Dr. M. Henry Executrix II. Purvl of the. Will of I little industrial town

rapidly and such practices makeIt W. Emmel advised flock owners dec'd
LPWOODSS A OTl('. 5AI.9ii16 tt 719Notice .
difficult to cure. The Experiment Station veteri 0.

) TIES In'stringing tobacco, avoid tear- narian recommended application of Rnnrd Jlr ofM'nunty: I. hereby Cnmmlelonee given chat the of I we all hope to build?
ailfnrd .
10 to County,
Ing leaves any more than Is necessary pounds of dusting sulphur re/va' "*" bide: Florida will re1'1 .
) hundred feet of yard A at lone o'clock '
M.
me Timber every square I. July 2. 1951 for the prison
In hanging tobacco In barns, and floor of the poultry house to cell the*. prison I door: and steel liar In

place sticks evenly and uniformlyon get rid of the pests not on the ...formr... on the Bounty7"1'Northwest building ...

e the tier pole. Do not crowd birds. "f The the Court House Lot In Stark Corner:. h ti
material I I.
offered .
sticks crowding reduces venti Besides applying sulphur to the It now
as 0uire4
Will 'I removehitfrom::: '>"
Payt to re-
lation. Ventilation is necessary to soil and floors of poultry houses, ,.. buildi.v If
|t Cash Prices control humidity. To avoid break Dr. Emmel advised feeding sulphur i The* Theretor"a'purchaser
ing leaves, stems, and sticks ,: C pay the
'
'Y SIZE TRACT handle tobacco carefully.Be dust in the mash for the chickens and will/ amount of hln bill In
,; rh"h he required'
sure the curing unit Is in mixing IS pounds of dusting sulphur,:: .y material day* 'from" Purchased date to removethe within bandwagon. More shares must be

e good condition. Eighty-five percent with 100 pounds of mash and feedIng |I I rommleetrnert' Honrd of purchase.of County

of Florida tobacco is cured the mixture 'to the birds for a Florida, thl 4 Bradford County.

SEE- with oil-heating units which saves period of not more than three I I A. J.dxr I Thomas of June, Clerk A. n J95J l t sold in the Corporation before

the farmer much labor but does weeks. I _____ spa| 31 8/29|
not eliminate the necessity for x I "
McKINNEY OTIC911'o APPEAR.
careful attention to the curing In ClrmlV'o..f. 1I.lId'o.. the building is
Case completed.
.U.L roil im.NO I, Flerldat In ( "........,.. ly .
eke Taxi Stand process. ) 'I'UK TO IIKA1IX1 I'I Jncquellna. Marler, Plaintiff vs
While there Is no fixed scheduleon 'Herbert W. Marler Defendant.:

fHONE 150 curing Mr. Clark brings out !(0\T1. Florida tCIOIIHVlarke. :\ Tn Appear.To -Cane No. (479oflce Now is the time! a

these points on the subject: Maintain I ,
tarke, Fla.IENTION. Son Ip,' bid will be received by : Mr. Herbert W. Marler, whoa
a temperature of 83 to 90 The lltiaiil, r>f Publle.. In.truetltonth.. residence and ncMres. !Ie: 4 Watson '.
i Hradforcl County Avenue }net i
wilt. After Orange, N. J.
leaves
degrees until nfflce/ rf the Superintendent, of TMib-l I .. I
;: hereby .
K I leaves wilt, raise the temperatureto lid l Instruction In Htnrko. MnndeyiJuly Florida,1 I It up to IIlurk A'f K 8 T. trot of minor child
05 to 100 degrees and hold I hall been
and pine
2. itftl, at which time (lied niralnst you In the. above
II there from 18 to 24 hours or until all hid received will he publicly named Court and cause and you are J
the yellowing of leaves! is com opened and. read aloud and labor fur fnrnlHhInic necenry .-- required. to serve a copy of your \ .
all material newer or pleading to
the complaint' Likewise if of stock
pleted. During the next 12 hours, and Incidental. to on the Plantlff'a Attorney T. Frank your original pledge
.
raise temperature gradually to 115 lle.)l..xIllirh. Hckaol llulMlnal.awter Landrum Starke, Florida" and file ,
9'lordaIleaIniElenteatCCY/
the original In the office
degrees. Open ventilators when :. Skeet. llullillnr Clerk of the Circuit Court of the h...
You Have Hampton, Florida fore the 9th day of nn or is still is the "
raising temperature gradually to No bid bond, certified checks are or I': the allegatlona July of 1961'iiitherwlHe MM: I i c unpaid now time i
i temperature has reached 115 to re other form of hid guarantee I I I Complaint will b. taken a. con- ,
OR CYPRESS requeated However, all bid .....
Continue being I .d by you. I :
move excess humidity. der. will ha expected to Include illan I I Thl notice. shall he publlnhxlonce
HER in 10 to 12 alternate In their bide the coot : I make effort
TO SELLor 135 to 140 degrees hundredper each week far four cnaerntlveweek. to
for a one <
of the premium every
In the Bradford County Tele- "
170 degreesbut
hours: then to 165 to rent performance. bond satl.* 1 I"raph.
| Small Tracts close ventilators at 135 de- factory to the Hoard of f'ulillo Instruction naiad this Uh day of June, KM. ,
to be executed within ten I I (OFFICIAl. PRAT.) A. J. Thomaa. ,
grees. Do not stop fire until all day. after written. notice I In givenof Clerk of the Circuit Court e to take care of thisobligation
e Buy All stems are dried. (Examine stems any contract award i I I Br Karen Crosby Deputy Clerk

TOP In cold spots of barn to determinethis. specifications One complete will let be of furnished plan and to I I ell 4t airs/ I

PRICES .) each bidder by the Superintendentof ft O TICK TO APPBiW I
-
e Remove tobacco: from barn only ten Public dollar Instruction($1000) deposit upon by makinga cai-h ,'''I.. (Irrdlt la'heacery.toed. Ilra.
when leaf is in good condition. Or certified check The deposit of will a Stttti.. ,... Wilson Plaintiff v. I k
rile Then bulk down and keep In cool he refunded upon puhmlnnlon of valdplana John William Wll.on, PeTenilanf. I .
or Call bona fide bid
: lfr..nlo'.t; I I Cae No. fl47BVo

condition
In tfood
to prevent atmospheric and .
dry place thedate Te Appeer. "
after
within ten day i
I .
John Wll whoseresidence
: William on.
tobacco. hid If
damage net for opening the la Route 3. Bog 722. Tun-
THOMASMBER additional pets of plant and epeclfl- con Arleon. :'
DIFFICULTTO cation are requested by bidden You are hereby notified that a
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NOT .
FLEAS
such additional .et* may he eecureMbxuahpak Ii I suit for Divorce h... been filed.
CO. CONTROL, STATION ConsultingKnalneere, .galn.t you In the above named .r
WORKERS HAVE FOUND : floethe. lalneavllle: I L Court and cause and you are re.. i
Dollar .
JOSE' Florida, at a cost of Five to serve a copy of ".."' .n.
211-J of I I ,
coat Jwer
cfSflO) per pet to cover or Dleadinw to the complaint'n
,- 0. Boy 735 Control of fleas on pets or poul- duplication.All the Plaintiff Attorney., Evan ,
ate the form ofproposal T. "Ivan and Seal D Kvan. Jr.
in the poultry hidden niu.t
ARRE the home, or .
FLA. try, in Included. In the ppeclflcatlon 101 Law Exchange Build Inar, J..k.;
yard and house Is fairly simple and Thl form of proposal ahould. .onvllle. Florida and file. the rlK'n-
if about it with the he typed on the bidder' own letter. ,1 In the office of the Clerk of the
one
easy goes .;. Circuit Court on or 'b.f.... the It'll I
heft
right insecticides and uses them The Hoard of Pufcllo Instruction dcv. of July. l 951 : otherwise the
L.:: University of Florida Hradford County. Florida, reaerve* .negation of aid Complaint will
the
properly Agricultural Experiment Station any the hid right a to to.waivend reject Informalities any Instruction..r..11 bid In. I be Thla taken notice a, confessed shall be by publishedence you. I The need of this factory payroll !is Bradford County i is more evident now

The Hoard of Public etch week for four consecutive"
emphasizes. Count d"I" week In the Bradford County TIethl. .
t-'s: Thoroughly To rid a dog of fleas. Dr. A.entomologist N. By Bradford Superlntendentrga0: 1 I I "raph.Dated tot day of June 18B1. than ever before. It's going to be a tough summer for some unless we get
Station I'I'I
Tissot Experiment ill| It $ |frti ( ... I 1

Your Clothes tablespoonful, recommended of 10 percent rubbing DDT s I By Haven.AArFhA.cJ.cuThom.Crosby Deputy: Clerk. this new money flowing through the channels of trade. If you have not yet -

FOR 1,1 4t hSa
t Pounds dust into the animal's hair and .f. ....mix. .CTonl! I this for Starke and
toward
spraying his quarters with 3 percent OTICR TMarke.( .( Florid..T. tnttrr. TO APPEAR done your part making new industry possible
For 40c! received by ; !. rireeilf Ceer4.. Hrarer Ceej.r.Pl .
will be

[Bleach If Desired! deodorized DDT or 2 kerosene.percent chlordaneIn (But dc The Bradford Sealed Hoard hid County of Public, Florida Instruction"f at pub.the of I I ..<,Brace rleal' to:.,Im llrac( .baaeery.Sarah Plaintiff. Vf.. ElmerA. i I Bradford County,-now is the time to act. Contact a member of the Bradford

superintendent
D..f.ndant.C.a.
" ) office of the No. I47 :
Btawk not use the spray on the dog. Instruction In 8tarke. Florida In. and subscribe for stock
Enterprises .
lie o'clock AM. F. 8 Too Monday Yetfee T 4peer.To I County Development new or pay
If fleas reappear on the dog after up to 11 which time and place Elmer: A. Brace. whoe reldence :
at
luly 2. 151. will.. be publiclyopened I I. 410 Race Street Elmira I
e sometime, it will be necessary tc all bide and received read aloud fur furnl.". New. York. I I your original pledge TODAY. :

repeat the DDT dust treatment Ing all tnaterlale and labor and con. .a'f."for are Divorce hereby haa notified:. ...th..f I..a I

We Will one-half percent rote- .tntrtle R.; ..f FiUllear Ae.l..r-I AaralnRt you In the above named i .
Rubbing Court and cause and you are required
Into an .N.CrNN LibraryBr.dr.re IIlalt "....... to serve a copy of your aniwer '
powder
YOur Clothes'For none or pyrethrum fleas "....... FIr11. I or pleading to the complaintn Kay!: ,
Attorney
will control the Plaintiff
Infected cat's hair .J' ,
Pelden, rVlden Building.. Daytona I
20cAaksllWc on the animal. Neither DDT nor Beach Florida, and file the originalIn I "
the; office; nf the Clerk of the I
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" chlodane should be used on cats .'.....1.. .1 0.. Cla.*r. >4 Circuit Court fin or before th. 2nd I j THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED: AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY
DrtenlWasheteria home TelleteMellarxaa day of July 1991: otherwise the allegatlona ...
Flea Infestations In the Te C'.... of laid Complaint' will be
Hrmilmrt
be "con era, l. aa confessed by you.' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
e I Dr. Tissot explained, may the ..peel.fled lai.7. notice shall be published I
An'y'oTi"received. after enc.This .... coneecutlveweek .
trolled by spraying Infested places time and date will not te con- *. In week the for Bradford four County I

with 5 percent DDT or 2 percent .Id.red. b. presented on either T"laprhl. I
Bid may i I o
chlordane In deodorized kerosene. one or both of the. project accompaniedy OFFICIAL* SEA1)aA.. NThomee. II
and under Each hid, mutt be ) .t bnd' In Clerk of the Circuit r >iri I
the yard hek <'r "
Infestation In .I
.r.ltl..d' ., houses can be eliminated by applying .tic aL,I3r. fls.' p- !v. th fl '.' let-' --ot'JUN221951
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TELEGRAPH. 8TARKE. FL41tiD'1 F1tiD
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On Bedford Lake Poison On Berries In Circuit!NOTICE t'e.nr.TO'APPnAR. Bradford Cnmmtr,
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Salvation Camp .
Army
j; KlorMiil In ( tmni..,.

I Better Hunting in the County.Quail's Getting Ready For Annual Summer Influx Proves Fatal Helen Lester Garner O. John Johns Plaintiff; Defendant, vs Sarah. heat the q B
: WomanGeorgia Case No. Beta
To Georgia
:\< .lre T. Affritr.Tui EIZJ0y
Needs The Salvation Army camp, located Instructors for each class are experts Sarah Hvlen Garner John,
Main between Starke and Keystone health authorities and whose rc-Hl<:eni-e and address isIre <''.,
In their particular field. a're people ) J. U. Frallx, Bmuaks, South
warning
I Heights Is about ready for explainedthat physicians : l'UI'"IIII
Officials of the camp
Its new of summer visitors against/ picking blackberries Van art hereby notified that a
crop
f1r "the Army" believes music unit for Divorce has been 111001n8'UhlHt
Located on Lake Bedford the camp I furnish instruments plums and either wild fruits and you In the above named
iI Are Food CoverIn boasts of a new canteen just completed is important so they visitors and berries and eating them before Court and cause and you are required '
for the tu nerve a copyof your anuwnr
and a new Division Com teach them to play them' during washing them. or pleading I to the oomptnlnt on the I
'- creasing mander Lt. Col. Herbert Young. I II morning Most of the farmers are using Plaintiff Attorney, T. Frank RIDIN
a-n r W their brief stay. Every l.andium Starke. Florida and file
of quail bus
recent yearn the apparent I acarclty I j However, The underprivileged I and afternoon, an hour is set aside poison dust on their cotton and the nrfKlnal In the offlo. of the i'it/i{ Our?
! a source of much conversation and Hr illation wherever KportMiuleather. 'D children, for which the camp was I swimming In order that the other crops and this dust drifts on (Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before '
for the 16th day of July, 19611: | SEAT
!Many different. iJiiHirlhate been advanced to explain thisdistressing f/fto designed, filled the first 10 day youngsters and their mothers may the wind for long distances before otherwise the allegations" of said I COChas
I boll down to main lf/ ; rv/'aaaa on vegetation Complaint will be taken as confeei.eit ,
condition and w> far It all seem to one campaign session June 18. Th8l'O'after enjoy the clear water of Lake finally being deposited liv you.Thus '

factor-under the present ..y..fc'm of land cultivation there just ton groups will arrive for 10 day Bedford and the beach. In its path. Due to the extreme nntlr-e shall be published
vacations for the rest of the sum drouth in this section and no show- onteach week for four consecutiveweeks ,
enough foal and. rover around. to keep the quail healthy and. outlined TTVDIl weddings' parties, for SuudaY'.r Food Is one of the most important recent weeks, the berries In the Bradford County Tele- SHEP
hence, no quail! or summer parties concoct Items In the camp. There Is era in ernph
suppers mer.The and other fruits are In many Doted this ISth day. of June, 1951
a light Florida Punch for purpose of the camp is tc a dietician on hand at all times plums ( !'8RAL Temple Are
The following; article, which add chum children and cases coated with this poison dust OFP'ICTCle of the Circuit Court. I
Old "."aJtt.h,..." Mere Bet guests. If you wish give underprivileged the cooks are the best obtainableand
should be of interest to all sports The sharecropping "patch-type" pagne. for extra sparkle. PrepareS mothers a ctiance for a real all- it is constantly inspected by One death from poisoned black By Haven Crosby, Peputv| Clerkails 4t Tie ,: Starke,
In the "Washlugtor 6 osr. can Florida Jioten orungtjvlct
men, appeared
been
vacation. come reportedIn
expense-paid They Various berries has already
system of farming with good cover! concentrate and 1 <'Of. rnHotlila qualified Inspectors.
+ County News" and was written bj surrounding small weedy fields f>'oen giapcfiitU/ accordingto from Florida. Georgia and South ,' civic clubs and organizations have Qultman. Mrs. Mary Paul .
-wlti
Robert W. Murray biologist was probably the best type of quail directions on con Pour Into Carolina for the most part, but helped them along with the food Heartley 73, went out one morning '
1 the Game and Fresh Water Flat management. But this type of punch bowl with 1 'it. flngeiule/ or it's not unusual for people to show recently presented recently and picked o mesa of STORED'
They were just ALVAREZ' 't
Commission: farming was doomed with the advancement Florida 1 at chntni limn> u Into..e. Add very Ice.thin Cut(lice 2* up from other southeastern states with three large coffee urns and blackberries on her farm. As she III 1111 ;

The bobwhite quail Is the number ; and Increase While there the visitors kept picked the berries she ate a few
of agriculture and float In punch. Yield: 32'4 cups are had already received a large refrigerated .
r one game bird of America. In human population.Now i busy almost every minute of the food locker. I and carried the remainder home

Unfortunately these little gamesters that the demands placed on Personal cooking habits art good : time. Classes are held In crafts The Lions Club of Jacksonvillealso and made them into a pie. Three'
have been decreasing In numbers land guides to what type automatic fins and 60 minutes I'
the
the land are ao acute music religion lasting the with its
presented camp I violently
the for range you Intend to buy. For example
throughout country
l must be used wisely and every acre If you bake a lot then a gas with a 10 minute break. The Infirmary and equipment. It It :
the last two or three decades .must produce. Land unsuited for rang with two ovens Is a logical l probably as fine as that of any' hours. A local physician attributed

Wholly responsible for this have production or anything else Is choice. However. If your preference Kruce Farm Sold In the country. I' tier death to a cerebral hemor.1 Marlin
been the activities of man. now reconlzed and classified nat.lonally I. for broiled foods then by all camp rhage aggravated by the Factory Se
The Inrreanml demand that as "wildlife land." men in choose a range with a wnlst- To Pearl M.{ Colson Religion is important at the from the berries which she had I
broiler and second broiler stressed No
high and is heavily
f have been placed upon the land almost every farm In WanhIngton camp eaten raw.
underneath the oven.
suction one
denomination Is taught, but the WATCH REBUILDING
to produce products for a County ha some wild. Albert O. Kruse and his wife I assembles on Sunday All berries and fruits should be

country of everlncreaxlngimpulatlun IUD land. Thin land should bo When French Toast Is broiled It Sandra have sold their 19-acre entire camp washed before eating raw, or 126 Court St.
all
.' have resulted In the developed and managed for doesn't get soggy Use your favorite farm two miles south of Starke tc morning under a large open g
destruction of much of the wildlife the name an other land recipe, arrange slices on broiler pan Pearl M. Colson, Starke resident j theatre for prayer and religious .should be cooked, according to the

iuall"" habitat or home. Land l In manage.] for cash crops. t'blown, from on one low side flame, flip broil over to golden I"oilon The amount of the transactionwas r ,exercises and teachings. I warning from physicians.
J hoe been cleared In vast a 1 In this county the Soil Conservation the other
l ages and fence row Hi-anwJ. Service has stimulated *. Jackson Foster, Starke has I I
. out-lraaing little natural Full length mirrors cover the '
l Interest landownersand half Interest in I'
much among purchased a one
Front of some heaters to add
j i I) Cover or fond for the bird I helped In food and cover plantIngs extra usefulness gas and light to a the Lone Palm Trailer Park lo-

I Now that the demands placed on I for quail. The Extension room. They are available In either cated on highway 10,0, south of
t a good supply of food and cover Service has also stimulated Interest single or dual room units Starker. Foster paid $3,500 for his
k I I If it Is to exist. With a species:I among 4-H Club boys. share and assumed one half of at: Sponsored SCHOTUESDAY
,, that has not' For Nut Brown Rico flutter.monosodium ,, COOKING
such as quail normally
t i) One of the best quail food plant' glutamate and finely liens against the park. .
more than a quarter of a mile
)Ings In the county was planted and chopped peanuts or peanut butter Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Harrison By
i t cruising radius food and cover!; managed by a. 4-H boy.Nporlsnu forked Into hot cooked rice. Delicious sold 20 acres and five lots to Lester
must be close together. Birds will addition under creamed meat
-n's Club Can Help
and Lula Slade, Starke in a transaction i
I not remain where they must forage or vegetables.A .
The Club be Instrumental -
Sportsmen's can
Involving $1.500.
i for food very far from good In stimulating Interest
rubber scraper Is en excellent W. S. SIbley, Starke, sold four
I t I escape cover. I among landowners In food and stirrer because it'. Soft enough not acres south of Starke to Mr. and T ST. MARK'S
to break up fruits and vegetables
1 I, ,. Mrs. Barney Q. Brlnson, Miami \

Family Out of Town -for Vacation? cover West planting Florida programs.club offers One a large substantial for $500.Mr.. and. Mrs J. Fred Guy sold JUNE 26 1951 RECREATIONCENTER

1 lake Your Summer Headquartera annual prize to the 4-H two lots in City Park Subdivision ,
and FFA boy who produces the to Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cooper for

; at theGUIDON beet quail food plot. $1,800. 2:30 P.M. '

This Is good conservation educa- Mr. and Mrs. John M. Darby and : 1

I GRILL ion: the one thing that Is sorely Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Darby, .

needed in the field of wildlife conervatlon sold their lot in Stark., containing .
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EAT AT TilE BEST today. a house and other dwellings, --
FQROJ TUB REST Any sportsmen can do muchIn to Mr. and Mrs. William T. Jack- '
, h Improving farmer-sports. son.
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i' ; OUR 50c LUNCHEON IS STILL THE BEST FOOD man relationship and In creating Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonsold .

BUY IN AMERICA! Interest among landownersby a 10-acre tract, south of _

helping the landowner In Starke, to Mr. and Mrs. E. C.

food. and cover managementon Johns for $2,000.Serving .

n his property It In no more COMEGET/ !

than right that he do so since On TransportOvid
he I. the one who harvents the

ATTENTION quail crop. D. Bennett, seaman, USN INTODAY l '
He must realize that of
the day son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bennettof
TOBACCO GROWERS free quail hunting Is over and that Lawtey and husband of Mrs Laura Gibson SNACK BOOK
he must pay for the privilege of
hunting birds If he Is to continueto Geraldine O. Bennett of Starke la _
Let Us Write YourHAIL
I enjoy the sport. Once the farmer serving aboard the high speed lust. for coming in to see the new.

and sportsman can cooperateand transport USS Weiss In the Far

INSURANCE settle differences of opinion East. He entered the Naval service 1951 'W'
"No Hunting" signs will begin to '
0 May 1, 1950 .and took his remit -
come down and one of the greatest supply 'BIbs
; NOW Before You Need It headaches in the field of gamemanagem"t training at Great Lakes HI LIMITED I DR

will be solved
', y What To Plant? port only so many cattle our land
: Every Branch of The Came and Fresh Water Fish wUl support only so many birds.

.. .' Commission gives away food andover Die only way to. make this land
:'j INSURANCEH. planting material each yearto support more birds Is to IncreaseIts

landowners who are InterestedIn carrying capacity through Im
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Improving their land for quail. provement.If
Material given away for food the carrying capacity Is raised .
plantings Include. thunbergll lespedeza the bird population will be raised
; : C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE If it continues to be lowered bird
; > seedlings, common lespedeza
populations will continue to d'vin-
I seed partridge pea seed and r Sep
PHONE( lab Florida beggarweed seed. dill regardless of the amount of g

These are all excellent quail stOcking or laws imposed re-\I .
foods. Multiflora rose seedlings decreasing the harvest.
Service I know of no place In .
F Constant Over 50 Years lire distributed for cover plantings]

This is a thorny plant that serves State where bird populations =

aa a living stock-proof hedge fenceto have been affected by oerhootlng. -,. 5b
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the landowner. Providing there has -
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During the past three years material been a good hatching MMMOO., -=: -

R. ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER COD given out In this county con- there will be a fowl crop of -
D. STORAGE Died of 74,000blcolor and thun- birds each' fall regardless of ,

ergil lespedeza seedlings 492 hunting pressure during the

..,.... We operate local pounds of common lespedeza seed i previous seasons. ELECTRIC RANGE with 7-SPE!

-1::: .: x'i long distance 23 pounds of beggarweed seed and i Weather conditions during the

:'t.Ii:.. R C Soa .' anywhere In U. 8.EXCELLENT 7.42 multlflora rose seedlings. nesting and hatching season de-
tr.cOVING This materlat was distributedlargely t.rmlne the number of birds pro I PUSH-BUTTON COOKING. .
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.. through the cooperation ofthe duced the Wet
w. --r' -." during summer --
1I !: Soil Conservation Service and summers means a good bird crop.A --

the Extension Service.Anolh..r pair of birds hatch only one
STOR.\OR of providing 'J SEE how easily you canekd<
means brood of young during the summer. .
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$. FACILITIESAgents hind for quail l I" through controlled They are just as happy if this exactly ihsTrigM cooking' *
burning of timber land. brood Is composed of one chick AI "
the touch of a /Roger
: If the tree become dense and If 1Is composed of 15. 1- at
For F 1
shade the ground, or If the In A NutshellTo U \ push-button speed for lOch

DELCIIERBROS. See us first! wt.ode are not kept free of summarize MODI I need.

"rough" none of the Important I 1. Weather conditions during th* cooking .

native quail fond plant will summer determine the number .of
AUTOMATIC COOKING at Its best
have a chance to grow. young birds produced. !
Selective cutting Is considered i 2. The carrying capacity of the
Rd timber management However 'land determines what percent of 'This beautiful new Gibson has the) new featuresto

selective cutting in place of those birds season.will survive until thehunting give you better, easier cooking. Fully auto. '' .4 SEE how Gibson does rWfmatie
benefit
controlled burning does not
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1 quail because of the wlregrass 3. The only way to make for a big banquet oven, and 7-ipeed push- n cooking FOR you automoric

rough' which then becomes estab- higher aurvlval of young birds ts button cooking tee it today I p. r it vhik
shed. to increase the carrying capacity of Just set !it and forget

: Although the practice of controlled the land through food and cover you enjoy more l le i ure01"I.Y &

THE HIGHESTtypo burning has.been a contro- management. Regardless of the 219.50 to 399.50 _

eralal. subject as far as timber amount of hunting In the winter
management la concerned more of! there will be a good crop of birds

of modern Serving is Incorporated It Is being recommended by timber the following summer if there ts a 61 WEEKS TO PAY

management men as a means of good hatching season.
in this up-fo-date, finely equipped, preventing destructive wild fires ... 4. Efforts should be directed providing

In counties where strict firm control food and cover rather than
economical, and helpful Service. practices are In operation the restocking, predator control or control -- -. 0.UIf .--

wall population has reached a of harvest. Concerning the
critically low level. The over-all control of harvest, Ohio has had no iy

picture In Florida Is oneof food op.n season on quail for years yeS ftDUt t f *
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DeWITT C. JONESPhone shortage on most timber lands and, they have fewer quail today than

7 Starke Fla. one of Improper cover distributionon when the season closed. / _

0 most farm lands. GET THIS 8.PIECRYING STEAK 5fi''

Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur No Restocking NI't'd.dAbout Dr.Seymour AND
99 percent of quail management
local funeral! home enables as to offer conveniences and Is food and cover mu'agem.n R. MarcoOPTOMETRIST AT NO EXTRA COST I steak' k""
services not otherwise available.We t.Predator. and six special, roier-sharp
This! valuable, oiautitul knife set It In their gift box. finest VO"o*ri?
control and restocking \ yours own lot
can be gotten along without because Eyes Examined of noo co.t when you buy your new Steel, hand-honed. A set you'll.nisiGibson |
turnlaa the highest type service at lowest price, and G/astts Fitted ro"
these wilt now)
practices produceno Carving knife Gibson,
accept ANT- life Insurance policy in force, luved by ANTcompaa" more birds. 121 W. Call St. and fork. .y.an. .. your if you buy
: aj payment In part or In full on a funeral. Quail distributed -
are widely enough
Consultation carries no obligation. that they restock themselves Ph. 219 Starke. Fla. .
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