Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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, by Basis By House dLl BRADFORD'


fed Services Group For Blanding I : .


ious* Armed Services Com- Camp Shelby, Miss.. $7.335,450, Official County Publication Established In 18:9'OLUME

L Washington last Satur- Ctfmp Bowie Tex., $3,382.300,

0" \ the Army to net Camp Cruber, Okla., $9,913,700;

,I orlzed und-by baste mobUlla Camp Joseph T Robinson, Ark, SIo"ESTY.TWO: STARKE. FUJRIU.\. FRIDAY. JI'LY 8. 1931 NUMBER FIFTY-ONE ,

Camp Blanding $4,321,300; Camp Swift, Tex.. $::1"
at t

,"It, ht center other .tr&Uglcally faculties avall-lo"Thave 831,600$11.283,3pO.At the: ; same Camp time White the committee, Ore. I Road Delegation HUMPHREYS EMPLOYEES ENJOY PICNIC ON FOURTH' Council Asks MayorTo

could b* put authorized the Army to start -, .
they I
that within .Ix week. ln work on $714,381,000 worth of In TallahasseeFor .

rattan war or other I mllltary construction In the Unit ,

"f sudden was said ed States after trimming $273 "fI1 Disqualify Self

aced cr, It coat of the tnltieBlanding 309,000 off the program. Bid OpeningA ,
Is iS,722,000. Reviewing Item by Item the

that this would be I II' projects contained In the huge 1db i

jounced railhead and warehouse new $6,361,262,000 global U. S motorcade of Starke property a t In Meter Controversy t

I military construction plan, the owners business men, another I ,

l,,; facilities at Camp: committee met In an all-day unusual Interested persons left from .. rwe <

K' from Itt Saturday session. the courthouse at 7 a. 01, this
remaining estll I V The City Council Tuesday night drafted and passed a 4
f F war 11 use have an The committee will resume its morning (Friday) to meet with e resolution requt'lltingIayor: J, \VainArigdt to disqualify
of $10,000,000.. These I work Monday and It expects tc State Road Department officials a r
Uu. plant himself in the lonjr disputed matter of issuing warrants for J
sewage disposal finish the Army' that In Tallahassee at 10:30: a. mAt
he program the arrest of parking meter violators (
ualll come electrical tune day. Next It will take up Navy that time, according to Information
and drainage and Air Force proposals.The received here bids will I Tim. resolution, proposed by H.]
roads and some be receded from contractors on ; nSt A. Bishop, Jr., council chairman!
[ I ,
,faced House Armed Service SV 1a ; n { No Road Deaths I '
was all
the work of moving and rebuilding approved by members:
Committee agreed on a
yet I u With the
Indication structures where alteration t n exception of James A.
was no begin at any of [ policy of authorizing only projects are necessary to make way fot r Lewis, who did not vote
Wk might --or the start of projectsfor -- 4th Of
Committee members the widening of U S. 301 (Temple On JulyThere M"yor'alnwrlght wm nopresent ,
which the military departments
ups. at the .
any Avenue) from the north city meeting.The
that I asking appropriationsIn
are ,
Such troop centers limits to Call Street. dispute between the Mayor t t
fir the fiscal year 1052: which begins
acquired and sewerage i The Board of County Commls were no fatal \automobll and members of the council began
1s behind In
e and other acilitle.I July 1. Congress sionera will be represented at the accidents In Bradford County ove when the council passed a motion

I street about $50,000,000.! I I Its actual appropriations pro. meeting, as will the owners ol L 1 the 4th of July holiday, Patrolman a tow months ago requesting tha

,arrackS I for would be built and gram. buildings whose prop..rty1Il b ; __ii-t Q. A. Fllllnglm of the Florldi, warrants bo Issued for those persons

would not be used unlessTJte The new construction represent affected by the widening process Highway Patrol reported, today who had failed to pay parkIng -

moblHMtlon becomesry. long-range planning. Several of It will be necessary to teat He expanded thin to Include, the meter tickets after the 48

the projects will take two or more down and rebuild several buildIngs JI entire northern district of theVvay hour period. All members of th r

Lent. other camps and estl- years to finish. The committee U I.I In order to ,widen the right ol J v -! patrol of i-Uh:: Dr.l tord Council approved the motion except

of the work in ..achile 1 opposed to authorizing projects way the desired amount, and the County Is .a pa-t. He said tha William T. Jackson, who refused

cost follows: I upon which the military U not cost of tills work has been estimated from 6 p. m. Tuesday until Wedues to vote, and James Lewl '

as bass. J5.400.200; I,. ready to begin or Is not asking at $136,000. The actual day\ not one wreck Involvingfatality a who voted! against the niotlou.

|p McCain.Ala... n.387.390; I for money now. road building Itself has been was reported However, the Mayor refused ta
Rucker, budgeted, by the Road Depart- The other district haven't reported sign the bill and It can't be enforced

ent at $100,000. yet, ho salJ, but, "we sun It In reported that a nun

The Road Department will advance P Mrr are proud of the record here, I ha bar of warrents, for such violations

[ks Open For Voter Registration; funds for the right of way Bradford County" have banked up on thu

widening, but this must be repaid Waiter Sander Fleming, 16 Mayor's desk awaiting his signa

the ol : and Dorothy Maybeck, 17, both of ture.
by county over a period
Election Slated For Sept. 11 years. Jacksonville: were injured Wednesday Should the Mayor disqualify

Local business interests are I In afternoon when their car ran himself, as the resolution asks, it

hopes that the widening projecl, off the road and turned over or Is believed the motion can then b
be Include those of the Mayor city Stat. Road\ 31, the Jacksonvllli
books will can be completed before the advent made effective without his algna
Krom registration July 13 to August 11 clerk, chief of police and two of the fall tourist season. f 'highway from Keystone Heights, ture. The resolution says that he

K of registering qualooter. councilmen. The terms"of Councilmen Several oil companies and other Ftllnglm, who Investigated the should disqualify himself "on thi'rounds

purpose. in Starke. Carl Johns,' William T, Jackson and Paul Interests are awaiting completion accident, said that Fleming ran that ha Is prejudiced.

nnounced today. L Bridges are expiring. fAll of the road widening before I off the road and the soft ahould..recausei | Both the Mayor and Blsbor

erk, election 1. ..chetuledptember ,, candidatesmust qualify with starting construction of moderi him to, loan control of th/ were out of town and unavailable
city time the city clerk on or'before August car and, turn over. Fleming wai for comment
| 11. At that service stations and other Strut Thursday. was reported
will to be eligible for election. taken to a Jacksonville hospital that the
flclr. to be voted upon 121 tures. yesterday Mayo
| with severe cut. over one eye and had not been officially Informe ,

the I left side of his face. Mist of the Council's action.

IDWERS OPTIMISTIC OVER TOBACCO More Teachers 4A Maybeck was also taken to the

1, TAI rv hospital, suffering; from shock ant CommissionersRequest
to The' State Leglsl ture, In the txt tFu r a possible. dislocation of her shout
tearful season appear [ '
last session, passed a taw requiring
fitora for Bradford Countyof Named BoardEleven ler.Three WideningOf
flue-cured tobacco as the markets to open on the By other passengers of the

rt speed In prep- Thursday nearest July 15, and car escaped injury. Four StreetsIn

Bn Mug for picks the market up openingIn remain open for three ,weeks, or additional teachers wen Twelve hundred hot dogs 2,000 cold! drinks, 800 sters. Flllnglm reported that Luroy

of the New River- so long as was necessary for the approved Monday morning by the boxes of Ice cream, and quantities of other food I In top photograph "Slim" Miller is pIctured Norman posted $150:\ bond orcharitts response to the requests ol
marketing of the matured of driving while Intoxicated a delegation of 21 citizens, the
er area say they are well complete Board of Public Instruction for and drink., were consumed as the 230: employees' serving another hot ,dog to an eagerly waiting
e license
there was and without drivers Board of
However, County Commissioner-" ,
.,eel with prospects crop. attached to the bill appointment to Bradford High of Humphreys Gold Corporation and their families I i youngster. Middle scene shows a portlon bt the following an accident two mile In their regular meeting Monda
| all of the truck referendum School Junior High I| crowd gathered for the outing, while lower view
nearly Lawtey the
jgti enjoyed a rousing Fourth ol July picnic on .
and It had to pass the grower' north of Lawtey Monday morning asked the State Road Departmento
ended fairly successfully> > becoming law. School and the. Sampson Elementary shores of a, nearby' lake. Ask "iUmated 80O per- I!'glimpses children in swimming; .,A. > The patrolman, said that Nor start prorredtng.'lor th<
.r. riiUiat labor cos and.,they con- So! ; far, the res lts of the statewide > School. sona enjoyed this outing as gueujs-of the company. ,I The Humphreys-operated< llmenl << mine, post of man' car, going north, swerved tc widening of Cull Temple, Walnui

I mom of the Income balloting are' unknown but Those scheduled'td! teach at BHS! Swimming of course, was the main attractionof Starke, which ordinarily operates around the clock, tti? wrong side of the road In the and Court streets to provide a larger -

flying on the tobacco crop the growers in Bradford County are W. J. Woodham, Minnie Lou the day, but for those who, preferred to remain seven days a week was shut down for the traditional pith of an autonioblla driven by traffic outlet from Starke

ctr profit. tc voted 28-5 for the new opening Patray Ruth Plyler, Elizabeth A ashore there was bingo, horseshoe plt'hln1.nll I Fourth of July holiday. Carl Young of CJruniby, Va. Youn; Th. request was as follows -

markets are scheduled date. Eaton, Robert O. Davlson and jeep-riding over an obstacle course for the young- -Telegraph, staff photo.1.until and hia! family, as well as Norman, the widening of Call St. from It*
| about the same time looking, for a Jessie L Young Frances B. Ham all escaped with minor IIIJurlt.aBotti intersection with Temple Ave tti

'with July 19 as the date set :I The growers are because they llton, Phyllis Martin, Ross C cars were described an. i. Walnut St., to widen Walnut St '
'f Board of Governors of theIt successful season Cook and Nancy E. Strauss wen "total loss"Defective .
tobacco from Call St, to Madison St andand
there was more I
Belt Warehouse Assocla- think that for to Law Local Bank DepositsFor brakes and wet roai 6
this than last, even approved appointment EASY REMINDER Here's The Address a Madison St. from Court tc o
They also made plans for atour per acre year remained tey Junior High School and Emmi I were blamed for an accident las Walnut Streets.The {
tales day so long as the though the total acreage Lee Crawford was approved aprincipalteacher FOR SALES TAX First 6 For Letters GoingTo Monday afternoon when a car
costs of obtaining the necessary
kti stay open. about the same. for the Sampson Show Gain Over 50 Guardsmen driven by Gertrude Stafford Pap right of way will be paid foi
Sshool. of Orlando tumid over on t.
Elementary Here Is a handy tabulation pas from the surplus gas tax and th
[AMENDMENTS LOOM ON HORIZON Only one bid was received, bj of the new Slate sake tae Bank deposits here Increasedfor ;Mrvithrr. of the local Nat- 8. 301 near the O. S. & F rail. seventh cent gas tax accruing t,:

the Board for converting the and brarkel which you may urine the first six months of this year ional Guard (
yen proposals to amend the itorlum, at BHS Into a library ..nd lo rllp to slip| In your purse orIHH'k..t. over the same perold last year, like to receive lot of moT escaped with minor injuries have expressed their desire tc

|ila Constitution will appear I under which It may regulate and the addition of one classroom and or |paste> up beside your B Sewell, whlltt they are at camp build large service stations or
to W. pres-
p 1952 general election bal govern Itself. Each charter will toilet to the Heilbronn School cash registers according Thin. U the way to suMremlimn. Sleepy Hollow Motel Temple Avenue as soon as th

have to be ratified by voters of L. R. Dennison, Gainesville, sub One cent. to 10 cent*-no tax ident of the Florida National t widening. I. completed.

11 that voters of the state the county.A mltted a bid In the amount ol Eleven cents. to 35 .enl.-.n.. Bank of Starke. I Name and rank of soldier Has New Owner William T. Jackson's bid ot

e asked to ratify or reject county charter,.may regulsti $32,750.: but the amount was higher cent tax, The first six months of last year, ll l .* ll<| Co. 2d Bn. m Inf.4Mth The Sleepy Hollow Tourls $139. 99 for the jail works In tha

i next years' general election the power*, duties and 'jurtsdic than previous estimates Thirty-Kin crate to 65 rents found the bank with a capital of I Infantry Divlnlaa (Fla.I'art Court located on the Jack.onvlllwhighway old county jail house was approved

| all that survived of 48 proto I Lions of all county officers and the Board deferred action untla -two rents tax. ( and this It climbedto ) north of Htarke was recently by the Board. However the)

alter the constitution designate their classes, terms and special meeting called for July; Sltty-ftlv rent to fl-three $2,100,000 year Fort MrClnllan. Alabama. sold by John R. Belnap Sr stipulated, that the scrap Ira

aced In the recent leglsla- jurisdiction and provide the manner 14. rent* lax.Florida. $2,202,000. However, It would ,\.. a "parting gift" ttrgiiardemen and hi* son, John R. Belosp Jr would have to be removed within

"1.\11.\ of their selection and com The Gainesville Heating and, have shown a higher Increase! rer..lve.l theirquarterly to Mr. and Mr.> Man Peuker 30 d.,..

laugh voters of 'the entire pensation.As Air Conditioning Co., Inc. wai Sewell said, except for the two drill pay this week formerly of Brooklyn. The amount The Board has already approve

must pass on the 11 pro- the constitution now standh awarded a contract' for the' heat Jobless building programs Inauguratedand totaling $1.649.10.Legion of the transaction was $3'.nOI). the allotment of as much space aI -:

menriments, only three of counties have no governing powers Ing of the high school building ai IncreaseThe requiring money. Mr. and Mrs F, R. Harrison. I I. neceasary In the building foi

have state-wide application. except those granted by the Lawtay and the elementary schoo Showing and Methodist wild twenty acres at Hampton I use .. a public library.
'* would Increase member- legislature through special act building at Hampton. This, the showedan The Baptist Dances Beach to Mr. and Mrs LesteSlade ,
11-15:\ Also bid
week of June churches drew a considerable approved was a submitted
of the Supreme Court fromto as a result, each legislature I Is lowest of three bids, was in the amount In fi>r' S1.50O.: (
Increase In unemployment amount of money from the bank Growing In Size by the Florida Fuel Company
10 would forced to consider hundreds of so- Fred F, Flume
justices grant of $9,292.Bradford did Mr. anj Mrs.
13 counties to furnish and
Florida although of their new a refrigerator
In construction
rule to the counties and called local bills, which effec County bus driven the And Popularity have recently, sold their two luuIn
I not participate In the program. buildings. stove for the new county jail
earmark for a 30-year per'a only a single county. appointed for the 1951-52: schoo Bradford County paid $237 out of Stark to Miss Minnie S Total cost of the purchase IncludIng

portion of the revenues The amendment to set up tern' include Lloyd Barry, Mrs the reserve !fund to 11 persons. Loral, 1 American Legion offlcUls Brown for $5OO/ a 91) gallon tank of g..-

motor vehicles licenses rounty capital outlay and deb Nelson Green, Russell Hornsby The average payment amountedto Philip AspinwallFuneral predict. this week that the new Mr. Sod. Mrs. P. D. Reddl.ilbought amounted( to $645.

it which the counties could service school fund If accepted, Truman Norman. Albert Tyson $1664 to each series of Legion Sponsored Saturday \ three acres. on State Kond

w for construction of schools.. by the people, will earmark i. Vesta Myrlck Kenneth Griffl. approximately maximum services ,for Philip Night Dances at the 'armory, 200, south of Stark, from Mr, The Board' received. letter fro
under the new
objective of the proposal portion of the reeelpts from auto< Clarence Hutchinson, Ethan Sapp recipient of week benefits.A Asplnwall, known locally as Phillip featuring Toby Dowdy and his and Mrs John Magyarle, foi Qeorge L. Patten Lawtey clt
''Id three justices to the Su- tag sales from Jan. 1, 1953: to Williams Mrs. Resell payment per distributed Sweet, were held Saturdayat Dixie Lily Hl-polnters. will soon 1000. attorney requesting the upkee
Court will Charity total of $114.282 was 2 m. In Rates Krantz Funeral I and best In tile and maintenance of old State Roa
is to reduce they Jan. I, 1983 to a fund which J. F. Griffis Mrs. Annie p. become the largest John and Bertha Rasmussen
load 1 on the present seven- be distributed to the counties or Carlton,Cleveland Sullivan, Lester over the state. Increasedthe Home, 612 Laura St., Jackson- state- At the dance last. Saturday recently sold their Lawtey home 13 just south of Lawtey. The letter
court Kelly, The 1951 Legislature vile with M. H. Lang in charge attendance was foi stated that the State Road Department
and to speed adjudV the basis of $.00 for each Instructional Slade. Joe Lewis Jr., Mrs. Eva payments to night the paid to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hess
"n of litigation. unit under the minimum Harrell Frank Norman, Sam maximum workers weekly laid off Services were conducted by Rev. 175 reflecting an Increase of approximately ".BIO. gave the road up In 193
in the< unemployed L. D. Halnes. and It reverted to the county.
e school
[ proposed amendment. In foundation program Gill. 30 the week be-
Mott and Mrs. Tommy rough no fault of their own and was killed In over
Pvt. Aspenwall
ton tn enlarging the court. various counties. County the UnemploymentCompensatloa fore. It has also been. observed Thomas AppointedOn After consulting the county
I KM Guy V. Lee was appointed covered by action in Korea while on a special
that a malortty decision The state board of education, $15 IC attorney, the Board said that there
beginning Law. from
of thesatrons
Maintenance Supervisor i Volunteer Utter Team returning that a Urge percentage
f "Judge division will stand at the request of a county will week for 16 weeks. ThisIs Legion Group was no law requiring the countyo
1, 1931.: $20 under fir from
July per wounded from outside the county
''e ]urt are
ment of the court and to Issue bonds state roads
have the authority of $80 over, keep up
Supreme. Court justices and or revenue certificates against The New River elementaryschool a maximum increase to those who front lines for which n* had ; and that the attendance' should! For Site SelectionA but that the county would provide
"t was rented tc the 16 period received the Bronze Star for valor
and Criminal Court Jud- anticipated auto tag money for building benefit under the skyrocket within the next two maintenance In the future If the
until December earn the full mother and J. Thomas, Jr... commander of
IIIUst I he Zedra Hamilton He Is survived by his
and renovatIng
residents cltl-
of all
the purpose of building base period formulsr. The least weeks after the dance has been department would take care
f Florin In thai 2:5: 1931.: sister all of Post M American Legion just
to and attorneys II- and equipping. schools Office Machines a person may receive is still $5 per stepfather and one advertised at the Cecil Field and b notified of his appointmenty necessary repairs now needed.Dr. .
practice In the state. county. The Lake Butler earnings. Jacksonville. den A, Y. Covington, Director
e awarded the week depending on Green Cove Spring Naval Sta Department Commander Donald
"mmuutton now provides other amendments not ol Company was of the Bradford Healthepartment
The County
a majority decision of a application, would establish tw<, contract for the repair the and Bradford serviceof I RITES TODAY FOR MRS. S. R. JOHNS tions.Leglonalre.. K.Fourth; Carroll District as the to member serve from 01the the > appeared before the
matt at the
division If typewriters Phil Vluky was
must be con- new senatorial districts, one Site Com Board and gave a verbal report of
rermanent Headquarters
,1 1 bid
'In by the chief Justice to Monroe County and the other Ir County High School. Their Sr.. 61' widowof her death. She was a lifelong feature attraction at last Saturday the unit's activities. He said that
J U the judgement of theM Bay and Washington Counties ant the lowest, was for $6 per machine Mr.the late S. R.Silas Johns R. Johns died Ira member of the Christian Church. night's dance when he sane a sang "ThU U one of the most Important If the unit continued to meet the

requires only that minor changes li two daughters ) needs of the county adequately,
would make Wednesday Surviving are it his own composition "Sunshine
h be Jacksonville hospital committees In the IIgIon' -
at least 2:5: old counties Farm Doctor of fltarke! and additional appropriation of
I8wyer9. years several other New afternoon following a short Mrs. J. M. Edwards from Florida", and did a tap Florida Department" Car- in
Mrs. C. N. Christy of Augusta .toll annually would be needed.
e Will Also PracticeAt llness. lance. Vltsky was In show business oil stated announcing. the apointment.
court enlarging amend- Tax Collections Funeral services will be held Ir On., two cons Carl Johns and S Its function Is to The commissioners laid consider-
,1 t. If ratified will become ef- Lake ButlerDr. the First Christian Church this, R. Johns Jr. both of Starke; for a number of years beforeoming .itudy the possible locations for a tlon of the request aside until

:' i illJuly 1 1 1953' The K*er1 Highest On Record, morning (Friday at 10, o'clock four brothers, J. /. Hutson. West to Starke and appeared >ermanent Department Head-. Fitly 17 when hearings will begin
'>lnt the three, extra Ben Daniels, who has just the Rev Homer Palm Beach: W A. Hutson. Lake on one of Toby Dowdy's radio prorrams building ami make re-
with pastor luarters
the The Health Department -
lento "nre until ucceaaortrsl Kelly AnnouncesTax completed three years of surgical Swindsll. officiating. Interment Hutsan, Fla.. Marion Hutson last week In Gainesville ommend.itions to the 1951: De- m budget.
elected In Georgia hospital Miami and T. J. Hutson Grandin had asked for and received -
a in ,
In residency
I the 1954: th will follow In the family plot Door prize for the last dance mrtment Convention.
election. receipts this year were succeeded Dr. D. L. Nix a It announced that the body additional
One ""1 be has Lake Cemetery fir b then for a two-year term highest ever recorded In Bradford resident physician' at the StatePrison. Crosby Witt C. Jones In charge of ar will lie la. state at the church were donated by Denmark's Fur- Election a few weeks ago from the> City of

a toar-year term sad one County, according to Tax Collector from 9 lo 10 a. m. Friday morn- liture Co. and Bobbins' clothing booker
C Jtarke.
Itx reached
year term. Thereafter J. R. Kelly. The collections will maintain his Hut- tog- itore.
all Daniels born Julia held
Dr. will be
Johns was election
;C-e; 11I111 bot elected 99 52 percent with some taxei I during the will be 8. Is Invited A special Before closing the meeting, the
for fix- office at elM prison July 3. 1883 Active pall bearer. The general public Brooker next Tuesday, July 10
befor t on
1'11\ In Hampton
'. scheduled to be paid yet. and will practice son Board called, a meeting for 2 p.m.,
morning hours Clyde attend the Legion dance this to the late
until 1917 L Craws. E. A. WInkler. lo tl o, pick a successor
County home rule amend. the books are closed. In Lake Butler during the afternoon She lived at Hampton who was serving July 17 for the purpose of discusa-
I for th, fltarke with 'Colson Ed Prevail S. O. Denmark Saturday night In the Starke lalph E.: Hazen
rem approved by the people The total assessment having office hours thereafter when she came to starting at 9 o'clock. is t mayor at the time of his death ng .next year's bUdeAuthorized \.
it Pew.t' the legislature to county was $155.059: : 03 and the collections I her husband and remained here and Lester Kite. armory
k 1
Soy county a charter were 1:5.,326.0.: I p.m.



;,, cocvrr TELEGRAPH. MT.RKEORID\ l'RIn1r 1111
PAGE TWOBradford ._.. I -- Dated. ,> thin 14th day of June, 19S1
, -- c' T In the A. J Thorna" ,
'A/: -sM property h.-lnir
"t Florl"H I'I..rk l "of flrc-ult C.( .'art ,rnra.st..rd
: ,j and Alice ".unly .if Biadf.ird Slat County. Fl<'rl'
County Telegraph Meet Sam i Ida.,'ms.hall Cnle such be c redeemed"rtlflc"t" according or .-.rtl- ,1, _____ 6U| 4t 7101| I"" ,
., ed In bat I
I E. 1. .MATTHEWS... owN ".(orroFubllnhril C, -artlfiraie"orrcertllfl. will V WHOM IT MAY rONCERV: Tit I (
ESTABLISHED ... Th!* In to notify you that under I
The naive* Si' :' and Aac! be .<>ld the hl he thel'firstaarone 7.
'Iilmants and .bton l
uee the law all "' I.
MrCarvy 'are &1>>1101 as weft. ourt In month door..if Augunt"n 1801. whlfh. ir>> In< file their claim. analnvt the''I II
Every Friday amt Entered ... Second I I known 10 renders of Telegraph j day la the 6th. day or Aug-u. .l, 19ol. I I K.iatiHi'nry B. Purvl, duly awor'n E py

Cline Matter at the F...t Office a* Stark! + I"1a.Member aa It the name of the county but --
lot of
undoubtedly a
there are
i I .
@ folks who! would like to know "".." _- "' ',
1951 more about this' "transplanted j jYanVee II"'II/lIII//II/ll/Jf/,1/ / :/
couple" who feU so In love
$1.10 Fur SI* Montle1F'eBegToTake with this section' of Florida that
Subscription $::1.50 Annually they decided to settle down here

and call It home

Issue Sam. the writer of Farmer'i a
Diary a weekly column In the Telegraph r I

If Of all the stupid self-centered editorial, one in the Tampa Is an ex-advertising agency G
executive from New York and
Morning Tribune of June 22, 1951 takes the cake.
calculated risk of further circulation to Its Alice Is a former r,
At the giving from New Jesery. Before I
logic we cannot refrain from letting our readers
maladorous to Lawtey to settle they '
peruse this masterpiece of shortsightedness. \\ e quote East Orange. N. J. from ) /'WIIIII'__
Sam. had to commute to
Far Iw It from us to hook a Rift; hoi** In the month hut the every day a chore that took !

i expenditure of ..V72S.OOI: : > lo rebuild Camp mainline mmu-k had hours saved day.their Sam money said that with We Reserve the Right to 152 Call Street PrIces Good Th

of undue eAtrataganrp. Idea of someday leaving the I
# The former huge Army !...... In the woods of mId-.')..rl
wax \VorM War II project l built at big exH-nw, In ol"'ratl..n they had .always figured it
from 1940 to 194B. with a total rust of 13407000. It was be In New Jersey, never
In the country. Thoiwanil'' of However, they came to
a on.- of the flte largest rainpn Thin-Skinned-Full o
soldier, had their workout. there Whn no longer uii-ful a, vlRlt his slater and decided Juice!

a training bow. It was tin.lar..t to br wens and ,,a. m.1 l
wnx-klnff company for "mi.fl.VI.onn.' : The company mmplrb-il Its two and a half years t) I : Lemons 21Calif.

,lmn<>Iltl..n a few month aj{'". Only She paved lr.-e.i remain. a couple that knew nothing
t .... city life came to Florida and ,
s Now, according to Army plan It IN to b* entirely .bullt.It l I
4 ped In Lawtey. They bought Santa RosaPlums
would wem that tho Army has an abundance of training
,r M1J+ Inxtallatlonr, without rebuilding Ulan'llnR.' old Charley Dlnkln's place ; .
started the best
t, y' Of entirely different character II U the aitthorl/cd expenditure farming way
knew how: by reading books. t <
...,' facllltl.. at Mai'Dill Pound 1
' of .10.1100,110010 a.lcI t to allcllrnp. says they ordered books and n2
Air Force Ifeuw. Macltlll U. a |M-pmanent Intee| and, will bc' u_ letins from tho A;
Ail, lo th. Air Force for yearn' to come. The d.-nuuid for Itland- Department of Agriculture, ,' l <, South Carolina FreestonePeaches '"

lag In doubtful. We Ilk. lo we 1..I..rallllnn..y spent In Florida, worked real close with the

but not wastefully. (End quote) agent, T. K. McClane. "

And Sam says, they made 3b
,; We "Io e" that subtle paragraph/ to the effect that "of mistake so many Yankee i>,

entirely different character Is the authorized expenditure of aettlera make. They came

$10,000,000 to add to and improve facilities at MacDill Air and bought the farm and ,
I I Force Dase." Of course, the fact that MacDill nests cozily at one thing right after another )\' : ; af-. From Sunny J t
f Tampa could have nothing to do with this profound conclusion realizing how th.. bank account .'.I AVOCADOS Cuban GrovesCANTALOUPES 2 for 3 391

on the part of the Tampa Tribune writer. dropping. However, after & *-
Maybe we should laugh it off but that editorial burns us Ing for two or three months The.'

up. Not that we think it will do any harm to the cause of started adding up the 'I I S f 2 for 3 391 t
I, Camp Blanding but because it is such a shining example of check. and figured that .. ons
spending would have to
writing to fill up a column, about a matter-hat has not been com i
thought through, and about which no attempt.,has been made "screeching: halt. Fresh & Tender Golden !

1 to uncover the true facts. And who sufferat The reader, of never They have both made agree that It without they of CORN Bantam Roasting Ears! 4 for 2ft
who relies the to do his thinking and
course, on newspaper help and cooperation of the :
4 who must bear the brunt of this snap, judgement ,and con. bore and other resident of ...
clusion-jumping. county. Sam said that California Yellow Firm Tomatoes 2 u*

Of course, no one wants Blanding used unless it i is needed, every where he went, he I' help. ONIONS 3 25c
and the Tampa Morning Tribune may rest assured that itt someone willing to take a their'l the 1b.. Golden Bananas 2 Lis

will not be. time and help him out of a
But if and when additional "And" he said "everyone
ti camps are needed it would Dixlona Quick-Frozen, Sliced, Sweetened
"smack of undue visited was hospitable and
certainly extravagance" NOT to use Bland. they 4'l'
,, ing. In fact, it would be little short of criminal. ative. Where I came from STRAWBERRIESPORK
' might smile at you while he Pkg
The "undue extravagance" was in not putting Blanding and
cutting throat for a
to some sort of use after World War II. From the viewpointof but it was your sure different

a layman it seemed ideally suited for purposes of a large here." day.

government hospital-and indeed it had one of the finest and They both agreed that one '

largest; of its kind, situated on the high, dry shores of Kings- first and most Important I ROAS
ley Lake where health, climatic, and recreation facilitieswere

ideal. The "undue extravagance", it seems to us, was I I ... I I
t.. in going off to some new location and spending millions of I I with
dollar for hospital facilities that probably were not equal STATE 1 Boston

and certainly could not surpass those already at Blanding. liy Aim.' Bryan Uliltfleld |I had I / '

S We wonder if the Tampa Morning Tribune has taken the I I I Mr. + Butt! 4
li h trouble to find out that in spite of all the talk about "demolish Mr. and Mrs. John L. J. ,
ing" and "dismantling" Camp Blanding the huge reservation announce the birth of their |

is far from a junk heap or a desert waste. If their editorial ter Betty Jean on ) Lb. _

I writer doesn't know that, he should take time for a little investigation June 27. |
before jumping to such uncompromising conclusion Mr. and Mrs. L. E. I !I r SMALL MEATY SPARE RIBS
*. thank their friends for the 2
including: flowers and other Mrs'l PICKLED CORNED BEEF Lb.
As a matter of fact, still existing at Camp Blanding are nesses shown to them during I
facilities and utilities with an estimated value of 10000000. daughter Sue's recent illness.Mr. Ivy

That means (if we have to spell it out) that Blanding could and Mrs. W. E. I I i
be put back in commission for $10,000,000 less than it would Trenton were Saturday RIB ROAST U. S. Choice "EatRite"Beef 79t E

cost to start a new camp in some other locality. That would of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle. I and. -7" Cuts, pound

+ k be $10.000,000 less that the poor hardpreraeil: and late lamented For the past two weeks ) ,I

taxpayer would have to pull out of his pocket, Mr. Lola Jean Burnsed of U. S. Choice "EatRite"Beef 3nt
Tribune.If has Archie been Crawford.visiting Mr. and !I: BEEFHAMBURGER Plate Cuts lb.

Camp Blanding is not newled of don't j I
course, use it. past
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers
In spite of their faults we believe our'.military have the their daughters Patricia U. S. Choice "Eat-Rite"
wisdom to know whether they need it or not, and 6Ct
we are entirely Emma Lou, returned home Fresh Ground Beef lb.
willing to leave the : ;
decision up to them. nesday of last week after
J But we would like to remind the Tampa Morning Tribune their vacation with Grade A
Dressed & Drawn
that it still takes few I Quick-Frozen
a oof soldiers to win a war in spite of points in Alabama and in
hydrogen, atoms, and supersonic jet planes. The pilots Florida.

E. Sunday J. Yarborough guests of;were Mr. and Mr. time Re Mr. f I BAKING HENS Lb 5

Mrs. Albert Yarborough and

n 1 R. B. ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER STORAGE Crop children Yarborough and of Mr.Gainesville and Mrs. and

Superbrand Colored
... and Mrs. J. B. Johns and I Quarters
1-. .. .., -. ". Mr. and Mrs. L. F, Chapman
ss::: .' We> operate local returned Monday following a two
: R.0.At fZ l jOfS A long distance trained at MacDill are just as important as any other cog in weeks' stay at their home at MARGARINE I Pound 2
'p i-. f.. a anywhere V. 8. the wheel, but the men who crawled over the sand at Bland Fairchild Tenn.

tl ,'.a"MOVING..--' ing did a lot toward winning World War II and they'll be Mrs. K. W. Parks and her sons,
1 e EXCELLENT/ needed again. Billy and Buddy of Lake Worth

t arrived Monday to visit Mr. and

8TORAOK Starke's Houses "Rolled Au'ay"Our Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow. PEACHES TOMATOJFamous

S ::1r
: St neighboring city of Creen Cove Springs is in line to oriCE TO APP1esa I
Agents For receive a 392-unit FHA financed. Naval] rental housing project l. rirmlt. (".,nl. B..df..d c..r.1 I "Tropical' B
|r| Stokely's Finest
at an estimated cost of $2,861,860. "> ....:
DELCIIERBROS. O John, Plaintiff v. Sarah
See Jirat!
i us More power to Green Cove. We're not jealous, of course, Helm darner Jotina, pelendantCa... Calif. Y. C. Peaches No3 3(

sans, =.a i id but we can't help but think about the crying need in Starke !''I...*. T. A...... No. S413 Halves or Sliced 2 O J

i for a project of this kind. Even now the need is great. WhatIt Tot Sarah H.l.n Oarnur John. i
d who.. r..M.nv. and atiiirwmi !. uo 1 No. 2/ Can /
will be in event of reactivation of b
Camp Blanding if i a matter JOI... J. D. Frails. Smoaki. South I .
for the wildest conjecture. Carolina. !
1 Somehow-and with no crodit to those who had anything You are h.r.bjr notified that a I
gull for Ulvorc ha. b..n ril. ...
to: do with it-Starke was bypassed and denied a housing against you In the. abov nam.4 27 27

LEGAL FORMSRetain project in World War II because swivel-chair executives Court.d to .and*>rv.cau.a oopy. and of you your art anvor raiiulr-/.r ACHtl
maintained that Starke would dry up and blow away when Plalntirc pleading to the complaint on the MATO

Title Notes I Blanding was shut down and the houses would become nest- Landrum. Stark Attorney. Florida T. ar.d Frank file _
Ing places for a generation of bats. the Inal In th. office of the .
I Promissory Notes nf .
Clerk the Circuit Court on or b. No. 303 Arqo Sugar 'reaIII
Bill of SaleAgreement Well, it seems that the only bats around were the bats in for. the Itth the day .of July, 1951.othvrwtn No.- 303 Garden Patch Gold
for Deed the belfries of those who thought along such lines .Complaint will b. takn. ... conf laid... PEAS 2 Cans 25c CORN 2 Cu.
Lease Despite the frantic pleas of local leaders who d by you.
knew what Thla ..at I.,. shall h. publlnntd
Sales Contract the situation was and would be, the houses that Starke should one ach wk for four ronncutiv : No. 2Vt Del Monte Whole
wka In the Bradford County TU- Spised No. 303 Stokely's FinestSUCCOTASH
r Quit Claim Deed have had were plunked down on, a sandhill near Blanding a-raph.
+ Land Contracts where, true enough, no one would want to occupy them after Dated this 11th aT of Jane. 1tsi.OFFICIAL PEACHES Glass 39c 2 c. t
( SEAL A. J. Thoma
Mortgage Deeds the camp closed. Consequently, after the war, the houses that Clerk of the Circuit Court.f

Satisfaction Mortgage: Starke should have had and was justly entitled to, were put By Haven Cro.by. Dwp.'I..k ill* U 111 I No. 2H "Sun-Drenched" Salad PCS._Bartlett'
Assignment of Mortgage on wheels and rolled away to. a more favored neighboring city. No. 303 Libby Sliced

9 Chattle Mortgage If anyone thinks additional housing is not needed In MOTICK OP TAt A PPI.IC"DF.F.Dn. '" TIO'f ron PEARS can 35Stokely's BEETS 2 Can.
Warranty Deed Starke let him start out to find two
a or three bedroom house .._ Bill !'e.. 10M2
Appearance Bond for rent. Modest and modern homes which can be rented NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that Finest 1 CV3n T
AffidavitsTurpentine or sold in demand B. T. Saxon Ih. holder of the fallow.Ins ;;e With I2o. Ksunty K
I are here now and have been for the past certificate. ha. flint ald. certificate ara- .
{ Lease twenty years. From fifty to a hundred such units could be for a tax dd to be l.Mud JUICE! 23cTenderleal CORN >
thron. The ertlfloat Cans
used here right now, and if Blanding Is reactivated, no one and ,..a... of luuanc. the number darlp. .
I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHStarke knows what the demand will be. lion which of ,th. It property wa a..d, and the name.In I
If impossible to obtain a Federal housing project follow.: a. Tetley Va. Best Groan and v/h.,a
Fla. then Crtlflrat. No. ttT
private, capital should come to the fore and help supply this Year of Ixuano 1145.p..erlptloe I TEA 9n 59 I
|r rtreat be\ need in Starke. It is hard to see how it could fail to Hampton! Park of See Property II, JJ.: T. T.lk.S.. I ; = Boa. LIMAS! No. 333 CRRl1FORD

a sound investment for persons with idle funds. R. II m,
Nam In which a..d, Mr.. Sarah t

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I II I:The j: Life And Times -===BROOKER River grandmother Mrs
[L Of New -pent Monday with Mrs. Luncheon Meeting Mills, :Md.
I River Folks Mr: F. J. ...."1.Ilunl.r Rosa I'lnliolster. I Earl H. Johnson; Box 161 Met-
u\: Jr..de LacLazenby Mr II. P Gainey and granddaughter IJy :\lrll. II. :M. McRae I In Jacksonville tcr Ga.

I : Helen Raulerton of Okee- J. H. GUI 1003 I'eachtree .
St..kJovel'n I The Of'' Rd.
I chobee Republican Men's Club
spent last wekend as
We had a large attendance at Augusta. Ga.
Hunter of Alachua.daughter
i CORRECTION: It was six guests of Mr. and l Mrs RaifordBranner Florida is scheduled to meet at
of Sunday School and Church. ,I': ) Sut.; LloydVllk..r on. AF140-
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm
tenths Seminole
//1 gttrqess AoirPONCA. of an acre too much tobacco at State Farm. Hotel In Jacksonville
Brother Alton Dobbs of Starke'''' 64070. 86th Supply Sqdn.. APO
for A. W. Hunter and Rudolph Stokes' son Kenneth Saturday, July 14, 'or a luncVon I
Whitehead which he Runs Is spending a few
NEBR. the 11 o'clock 65, New York N. Y.
of Mr. messageWe I
and Mrs. H. E. Stokes of and
plowed The open, meeting Ladles
decimal days Willachoochee.
up. Ga., with
point was .ttend-I ,
Brooker were married June 29that were glad to have J, I* (Red) ing the Carl H. Edwards. Hqi. Co. Yokohama M
meet will
rambler roses I set overlooked. friends and relatives. be
In the good out three
welcome Alva reI: with after Command APO 503
us again spend
line :My wren returns springs ago. I set out three more,I Whooping Cough seems to bey the home of Rev. Herman Moodyof Mr and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of ing several weeks in St Vincent's School of Politics following the care Postmaster, San Francisco

JilinI' a happy this year. I also sent m '' going around now. Jack and LaCrons. They are making Penney Farms and Mrs. Edmund- Hospital meal. Calif.
n..l. In Jacksonville due tc
daughter-in-law a couple for her,I I Maryland Southerland have been their home in Gainesville. con spent one day last week .as An Invitation has been extendedto
an accident
Harold 1 A. Johnson RMn 2-O,
Killed In Action
birthday. These In bloom are .1 I having a whooping big time here guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. everyone in the 20 counties with.In .
Just Mauler W. M. Davis Mrs W. E. Hall left lust' week USS George, DE 697 care FPO,
hou.edone Sgt. nephew
I lady when her lovely. j I lately. Jessie Mae Welch and sons Thomas. a 150: mile radius of Jackson
of Mr, and Mrs. G. \V. Davis of for a visit with their son, San Francisco Calif.
I got out the electric lawn'mow.er are whooping around too. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ware of St. Gray ville. Tickets are $1.73.
Brooker has been killedIn Wm. Hall and family Ga. :t.lra. J. A. McIntyre Box 2074.
eat peas In the morn I and cut part of the lawn this I'I Beulah Mae Moody and mother reported Petersburg, who spent several days Perry Auburndale Fla.
morning. It is lovely now Mrs. Joe Forsythe were In Jack. action In Korea. He was a here with her mother Mrs. Beulah She will also visit relatives at ADDRESSESOF ,

tendrils climb' have Just had a as wet,j sonvllle Monday when the former' veteran of World War II and was Harrell and Mr. and Mr*. M. O. Macon, Atlanta and Rome, Ga. Marguerite Hughes change
green warm rain. Donla
'*'' having the store sister, Phoebe Green, underwent i formerly stationed at Ft. Bragg, Harrell returned home Monday. From there she ,will go to Crossvllle INTEREST from Tallahassee to 403) S. W. 12th
buildingpainted. 1N. C. his wife Mar- Mr Tenn. St.; Gainesville, Fla.J. .
and Surviving are and Mrs \V.V. Raborn of
,te fence gray Our neighbor Is | an operation. Mrs. Green Is doing' .
the doing tha Davis and three small child- Jacksonville' spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck Miss K8thl'rln.'e.. t, Hlllcrest P Hammock "822 Mackinaw
11. :work. Later another unusually well at this time.'e
with radiant painter all Yen Elsie, Bobble and Tommie Mr. Beulah Harrell and Mr. and and daughter Kathy were dinner House, 211 S. Broad St. Kllzabeth, St. Jacksonville, Fla. ,
filled will
la, paint the Mortuary. I love I are happy over this good news.
I Davis of Water Valley :Mina, his Mrs. M, O. Harrell. of
guests Mrs. Sue Myrick at
fresh paint and it will make !I R. J. Turner, Jr. had mumps and' I
my mother, Mrs. Victoria Mr. B, and
Grinner of and Mrs H. Dalton Lake Geneva.
'ing old lady says "Ii flowers show up better than was home with the folks having a I
ever. niackxhear, (in. and two sisters children and Mr and Mrs Kermit I
That makes I swell time. He Is well and back : Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gordon are
me happy. As I
write Mm. I K. L. Fish of Bla<'kshoar. Ga. Slken and son. Larry of Alachua
!. pink bonnets are fort this I can hear little at his home in High Springs now. '( spending this week with theirrflatlv..s
my wren I and H. T Met of New York. enjoyed a picnic at Hampton Lake
,t tri Is singing. They have returned to| Mrs Rhoda Dowling visited her C. Tyler IVath Sunday and visited, Mr. and Mrs. at Tlfton, Ga

4,8, will wear these lus- the same box for another nesting'1'son Joe Dowling, in Live Oak'' Friend here regret to learn of W. R. Hodges Sunday afternoon. ,I Mra. 3. E. McRae and, son, Danny

Brie. season. Just as I had begun to last week.Joe the death of C. Tyler who tiled In Larry Pikes of Alachua spent. of Stui-ko spent Saturday flight Dw

Howe are wings for think they were not coming, they I and Jon Lazenby, Rob Cason a Jacksonville Honptinl June 30th. last week here visiting his grandparents -!I and Sunday' with Mr. and Mrs. J.

i-s; came singing and bringing me and Ralph Merritt worked in Llvo'i I after a lingering Illness He was Mr. and Mr.V.. R. VV. Mcltae after spending three I

ivenly blues are bits cheer. God bless the birds.! |I Oak lust Wednesday picking, haul I II a life long resident of this Section. Hodges. weeks at Milton. r

HELPFUL HINTS ing and loading watermelons for A few We Mrs. G. A.
: Wrap years ago he moved to Jacksonville. are glad to report
i it dawn." And then I aluminum foil around the cork I I Joe Dowling. The boys all can.fellSed He Is survived by his wife Gay returned from the hospital Mrs. B. M. McRae and daugh I
tens, Gwendolyn and" and
used in the thermos bottle and it j "the bear caught everyone Allle Malphrua Tyler, one sister Thursday and lJ Improving. -Sherley g/

for these an arduous will remain odorless. If your girl of us". Mrs Henery Hodge of Brooker E. J. Lewis Is Improving at his sons Alice Reddish Benny and attended Lynn the and Miss

wears bangs, cut them while they 'lnCKEN HUPPEKR. one brother Willie Tyler of Pa- home here Singing i

It* and smiles, "Ohle I are wet you can get them more J. Turner, Sr. entertained latka and a hoot of nieces and Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Pinkston I convention at Brooker Sunday

dee!" even and hair will not get in her Howard Collins and family of Lake nephews He was laid to rest In and children of Dallas. Texas arrived I afternoon. They were accompanied
Mrs. J.V..
s do all the work; for eyes. A cute way to fix a little Butler with a chicken barbecue Dpdan Cemetery July 3rd. here Monday to spend a few by also visited McRae and sons. t Playlex.DR.VPER'

girl's hair is to have bangs in front recently. Roan cooked the birds Wilson Runs and O. W. Davis days with his mother, Mrs Mary They Robert / Mr. and Mrs

--Beryl Stewart. and braid it in two braids in the on his barbecue pit outside and were shopping In Gainesville last Green Groover at Brooker and
back. Tie with ribbons. When they were delicious. Phyla cooked Saturday. Miss Mary Joe and Jackie Green Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick in _

ad the above poem. I the other In her nice with their grandmother, Mr. G. E. Gainesville
you air clothes and hang them on good things padsuse
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and sanitary snowy-white diaper
lee the little lady kitchen McGauley of Palatka spent theweekend Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzales of ,
a the
wind: twist a jar ring Mrs E, M. Lewis were business]
It ist
ig sweet peas. In Odum. Ga. Starke were Friday evening dinner
of rubber Uncle Ben and Aunt Mae Ren-
around the line and hook Visitors to Gainesville
picture and I recall hanger in the ring. Wont fall to froe recently returned from Ft afternoon. Monday Mr. and Mrs Henry Hodge guests of Mr. and Mr. J. W. only once, then
ny Mother loved flow- the Myers where they attended Mrs. spent Sunday in Jacksonville at McRae and family.
at reason flower are ground. Mr. and Mrs. T. W Markey and : the home of Mrs. C Tyler.
Roll Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green and
Renfroe's funeral.
Here Is an SPONGE ) like tissue
i ,to me too., Along easy Mrs Mattle Sowell were shopping Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman children of Hellbronn flush away
CAKE 3 eggs, 6 tablespoons of Red Andrews Is going to begin Springswere
In Gainesville Monday afternoon.Mrs. .
id birds I class flowers Mrs T. S. Mann were dinner guestsof
oad to happiness. I water 1 cup sugar 1, cup cake picking crowder peas again froma Rosa Plriholster spent last I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw of visiting the H. M. McRae'*
flour, 1 teaspoon: baking powder patch he threw away-or iwas Sunday afternoon.
of zinnias Wednesday night as guest of Mr. LaCrosse Sunday.Mrn. .
i a row 1 teaspoon vanilla and pinch salt. through picking. These few showers and Mr*. Lee Green In GalnenvHle. We just recleved a letter from
when ,
Und possible A E. McKinney of Starke
Beat the three eggs well. Add put on a second growth and Owen McRae. He Is doing: fine,
or' Elder and Mrs. Louie Crawford
i girl of about nine and Miss Connie Knight of Keystone .A
slnm'as.lummer the cup of sugar the water, salt, my how the peas are hanging! of Jacksonville filled his regular afternoon weighs ISO pounds. He Is stilt on
first planted Heights spent Monday
and flavoring. Sift In the flour Glen Tomlinson left recently I the L> S T enroute to Alaska. Also -
I have a long appointment as of New with Mrs. Jcttle Haten.Mrn. .
> friendship garden. I and baking powder. Bake In ai with his aunt Sarah (Mrs A. P'I Hope Church last weekend and G. E, McCauley and son, a letter from J,. Starling. He $129'

[plants near In the to- loaf pan that will not make It too' Hallman) for Chattanooga Tenn. visited Mr. and Mrs. E:. J. Lewis Jennings! of Palatka spent Thursday has landed In Korea and Is .assigned
thick. A nice light cake. Use Glen was from to the 25111 Inf. Dlv.
recouperatlng an, afternoon
ri. In one small garden Saturday with Mr and Mrs Roy Green Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. of 100..._SlwDryp.tr
this Icing appendectomy and It believedthe
was children
tomatoes and flowers. Mrs. Trubv Hodge and and children.Mr Play...
(put the window and see ICING: Take two cups of pow- change in climate might help and Mrs. Wilson Runs were In and Mrs Roy Green and Greensboro N C. are visiting Mr. ..*
and Mrs. Robert
bloom. They are the dered sugar, stir In milk to make him. He will probably attend this) Jacksonville Sunday. > children and Stanley and John Myrtck. I t
It creamy. Add four marshmal- term of school up there. Little Bobby Green of Bell Glade Green spent Sunday afternoon at 100 rloytol D>yp.r Pod

", low. and put over low flame and M. L. Johns Sr. Is enjoying his Ix. visiting Mr. and Mrs Wilson Hampton Lake. I j 1'' lerg. Sit. ..t 91.49

melt the marshmallows. Let cool, vacation renovating his home and I Runs and family for a few davs. Mr. and Mrs M. M. Gano and' U, ., a r..4r.t.r +

HONE 218 beating all the time spread on putting new blocks under It. ': Mr. and Mrs. Dwln CaatUn : little daughter of St. Augustine )j pM,..

cold cake. Coconut in this icing The New River Union Meetingwas and family have moved to Starke spent last weekend with his pArl'nls\I f

0NIAIORIST la good. I changed Into a Pastor-Lay. : where they are both employed at Mr. and Mrs R. F. \I PLAYTEX DRYPER PANTY

for last Sunday Ii i Starke Laundry' have been Ovid Gano of Gainesville
They spend
Have you women tried any of man Meeting i I eochS1.49Clean
. . .
the hew rinses on your hair? I I i There was an unusually large ) making their home here with th, Saturday night with his parents,

have and find It gives you a lift crowd attending and the Nwv, tatters' parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. R. F, Gano. I[

and makes you feel like a new per-I I River Church entertained and I L. Atkinson for sometime. Little Rev Gnno of Gainesville I' snowy-white, SANITARY Drapers are the modern .

them served cakes doughnuts and sot t '< Mrs Reed Lewis and Is spending his vacation here with You
son. I get at the beauty 'I Mr. and I diapers you use only once then flush away.
I I his :Mr. and Mrs R. ''
shop ten cents a rinse just a little|' drinks. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson were shop- grandparents! 1
OWERS powder. My hair is light brown I I The Chester Andrews family ping In Jacksonville Saturday F.; rJ I never wash, dry or even touch a soiled Draper pad.

U4X AS1ONa'EI1 with a few gray"E.! get a bronze i spent Sunday wlfti Wayne and I Mr. and Mrs. I* A. Molt and ,]I Yes, you'll agree Dryper are simpler, cleaner more

rinse apply with a tooth brush, Rosemary Hazen In Jacksonville. daughters, Sandra and l Jackie were method used.
than diapering ever
gives the hair a shine and looks That afternoon they all enjoyedthe in Gainesville Sunday afternoon convenient any you

pretty. I think gray hair Is lovely I, beach. Mrs. Frank Polk of Trenton 1.//I Ivisiting .Cano.We're *

(j) i but mine is not gray, only a few The lightning" tore up George Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Runs Too I

scattered.The and Dorothy Anderson's pump and family for a few days late to DuyI
sun Is trying to shine. We when it killed their big hog. :Mrs. IS; Anderson and children

GARDENSPOTTERY had quite a nice shower awhile All folks out this way are still spent lust week In Montlccllo :
store. to our visiting her family while Mr esideneeBurglauyInsurance. No Tuts. .Nomu./rum(
ago. Don has gone to the In tobacco and canning up
? My beans are In bloom and I notice ears Fernle Moody has his last Anderson wan attending business WET to DRYPEIll! Shale out l

t are in bloom. the barn. Joe Lazenby In North Carolina.Mr. used; Dpr pads and flush)
a few of the potatoes picking |In
rED PLANTS Guess I had better take Digger only has his sand lugs picked off. and Mrn. Earl Green and Proud yt 1t way. Then rinne pan I'. Now

ERS WIRED down in the back yard as I Every rain It gets greener and ) children and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Inquire now! dip fresh Vryptt pads under

,XYWHERE brought him In when It began to grows six Inches higher. I Green are enjoying this week at bunny soft nylon web of another -

rain. We don't expect to starve this :( Cot-Webb cottage at Brtooklyn clesn liryper inly.You

Stark winter. I've put up 36 quarts of Lake. Charley) E. John new, touch used Drffrt ps I' Have you a neighbor sick In 'tomatoes 42 quarts of tomato| Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Davis and
? of rich children visited with Mr. and Mrs Agency
pain juice and about 65 quarts
I R. D. Davis In Jacksonville over of this
beef and vegetable soup and 10 Pbone IS STAKK1C FLA.n.pe.s.ntln. .

of blueberries In cans ;, the weekend.J. .
quarts Need some rib-sticking rations] C. Melvin of Dundee visited RONNIE DONNIE STORE
C C. Melvin of Lak
his father
and butter beans In canstoo. t.
like peas ( City and mother, Mrs. C. C. Melvin .;
?sWorlds of here Sunday and remained overnight ... .... 228 K.: 'all SI. Phone 18-W
WILD LJFE>."' with her. :I .THE TRAVELER Hsrtfor*
WAY Sigl1 Starke Fla.
Mrn. Relta Brown and son, -- J
One afternoon last week Charley Junior of Dunellon were visiting I
and Eloise Cowen were bring- .
and children ---
Mr. and'Mrs. L. A. Mott
Ing Louise Johns home when they] Thursday They were accompanied I _ _

saw four "low, long black things"If home by L. A. Jr. who will

spend l several days with them. .
so don't let him die In vain i Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M.

If flowers mean anything to you'at Lewis Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. AP'PROYEO 1 I : : For Maximum EconomyYOU

all D. A. Cook and' children of .Fern-

Give him a flower ere death'' andlna.

should call. : Mr. and Mr. Archie Waters of I STATION

t Why wait until the casket's;, Worthington Springs; were visitIng .
in the tatter's sister and brother.
Then bring him flowers to give;, in-law Mr.'and Mrs. W. R. Hodges

Sunday afternoon.Mr. Pure SlIrelubrication
to him. I
j and Mrs. Wilson Green and
In eternity. !
He Is resting
And never a flower can he see. (f girls spent Sunday afternoon visit- I The New ENGLISH FORDS
Inn her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

Let us think. Be kind to those Hardee of Antioch.

who love us and hand out our Mr. and Mrs Lonnle Morgan of

flowers by kind words loving pall. Tampa spent the weekend here I
and words of encouragement. Why visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Col son -

wait until they are gone then shed j Mr. and Mrs. Truby Parrish ()f I

and lay flowers on their Santa Fe and Mrs. Rosa PInholster
tears caskets? Kind words never die. attended church at New River becausewe I I The PREFECT The CONSUL

firstTIRUST LOVE you all LURA Sunday and were dinner guests fit it I
I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins.Mrs. .
Everett Gainey and children I Four-Door full family nlze. Owners Ideal for town or country. Four

returned home Wednesdayfrom i This sign means we have I door, easy to get in and out. 4-

I Dallas, N. C. from a weeks the up-to-date. know.how, ; report up to .10 miles per gallon
cylinder engine gives
top econ
GASOLINE ATTENTIONI visit. with her family there. equipment and stocks to gas

Helen Raulernon of Okeechobee give you better-than-ever I of ga>w>line. Easy to drive In traffic. omy. Roomy trunk. All the comforts -
lubrication service. ,
sometime with her .
Is spending and advantages of a larger
We earned it by upending
You Have
If 4 days in an intensive training No trouble to park. Keadilyavailable and higher: priced car. Low original

jour u,', un repair bills by CYPRESS hard road. The course given by Pure Od ,
'w SUPR.POWER An.iRu.t.at. PINE OR crossing our new We parts and nerrice. coat and low upkeep make the
the lubrication expert:
ellol. It cooisias RD-II9. critters ran into a culvert and CONSUL an ideal family
' TIMBER TO SELL learned the beet methods of car.
.au ade teat inhibitor. RD-119 Co wens decided to stop them up I lubrication
"anil run-protacu against and Charley .went after M. L. doing special
JOG in it I
Small Tracts like wheel and
*''II. ikippinf Large or jobs bearings
sad dwuecorro.ioa
coal they
Johns. When all were ready i
, I ,
"' IftCI to fuel automatic clutches. I
.e our Sind.it DaJu CiOdar.you We Buy All i ran them to one end. where Miss Drive in soon for our improved .
C01rtIla4la 11 Lou was assigned the task of put Pure Sure Lubrication I

'. uo- PAY TOP PRICESWrite i ting a basket over the first on. -and a smoother running NOW ON DISPLAY .
ANtl.IUn al o co.aiw that came out. She did! She yelled longer lasting car.

s and managed< to capture that one -

or Call was Mr. and Mrs. Otter--Sissy
the | and Buddy-eo
B. THOMAS Well with Buddy In captivity

Service Freddie decided upon the humane Madison & Walnut Sts. MOTOR CO.

Center Station LUMBER CO. thing of feeding him. He fishedall
little Starke, Fla.
one day and got ten

Seeber D. Goodman. PHONE. O. Box 211Jp. 735 I who perch.wa These securely he gave stationed to Buddy In a, a PHONE: 118 STARKE, FLA.

U. S. 301 at So. City Limits STARKE, FLA. I wire fish basket. (Thought It was I _
against the law to have a flab I \ -

__ Starke, Fla. basket .mucb less an otter In It 1


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' .JUL6-1951

____ nR.'DFORD I Oi I"d IK1" Hlh aAV c>t June 1951
, PAGE TWO Btuee'r A J. Thoma' **,
-- -- : All ,f -..l'l pr.>P"m' halos In the. ', t'1..rk l ..r dr.'ult r HIM! ..fBradf'.rd "
.. .t, 13r..dC"rd.. Siato of FI..rl.dVnl. County Plnrlrtt
Telegraph IMeet Sam and Alice ...s mioh c.rtlflc t.. or certl- 615| 4c 716| ,

Bradford County ,i"at,law.. 4hall the be property redeemed described accordln. will Inrush WHOM IT NOTICK"TO MAY CONCERN. : H I !I hi,

MATTHEWS. OWNB.RBDITOKEvery *rl Ifl.aV." or c.rtlfl.ates; This I I" to notify you that under
E. i I '
ESTABLISHED 1879 Sam and Alice 'be .old t.. hdooraon'. dfirstahton the .Inw all ,claimant' and debtors l I
g The names > II
ourt houm ,, i 1. fllr tholr I'Ulms against I
MtGarveyare almost an. well month. of AuKUnt. I 19596tx IIleh Eiilat.Henry IH B PurvU, duly then PA
Is the 6tll day of Au u.t, I
the Telegraph
and Entered tut !oecondCI known to readers
I"ublllll..d Friday Fla. as la the name of the county, but w
Matter at the P<>"' Office at Starke. of
undoubtedly a
there are
((3)) folks who would like to know ppp lllp
Member 1951 more about this "transplanted
Yarlfcee couple" who tell no In love

91.50 Fur Six Months. with this section of Florida that
Subscription $'.!.BO Annually they decided to settle down here

and call It home.

the writer of Farmer'i ,0TTY1
To Take IssueOf Sam
1 We Beg
Diary, a weekly column in the Tele

all the stupid, self-centered' editorials, one in the Tampa graph, la. an ex-advertising agency rVlsewlK? tL
executive from New York and
Morning Tribune of June 22, 1931!); takes the cake. '
Alice In a former bacteriologist
circulation to its
At the calculated risk of giving further from New Jeaery. Before coming
maladorous logic, we cannot refrain from letting our readers to Lnwtey to settle they lived In w

peruse this masterpiece of shortsightedness. quote: East Orange N. J., from where //m/i -._
Sam had to commute to work

MILLIONS Jar he It from FOR im BLANIHNO to l.M>k a gift hi r... In the mouth hut the every day, a chore that took three sq
that they Street
hours day. Sam said Call
"XI| "-,llturft, of f.Vm.OOO: to rehull.l (Cam| Blumllng' Miiavk* had saved their money with the tiay We Reserve the Right<; to 152 Prices Good ThunJ

r of undue e"tra'agane.'. Idea of someday leaving the city, Limit Quantities Starke Florida Set, July 5,1)1nsBmaamaanmtammmamimmn
woods. of mld-tj,<>rl haw, In the '
The former huge Army and settling down on a farm, but ;
wa. u \\'or''ar' III.r..JI..t| built at big exls-nsr.. In operation| they hlld.always figured It wouldbe i E11 I
Y from 1910 to 1910 with a total runt ..f IS.407.WM>. It wag In New Jersey, never Florida. 'w'a k+''
Thousands of However to Florida tc one of the me largest ramps| In the country. they came !
4 Idlers had their workout there. Wh 'n no l longer useful asa visit, his sister and decided that

training base' It ua. declared. to Iw pxrrm' and wan null to a !this ,waa the place. N.j I I '
Tininmmnv ponuilebdilomollllon Its. So two and a half years ago Lemons 2-ii
wre 'kliitf c..iii|>ui>.v for *I. :1I.OOO. | -
a few month.* a"... Only the paved| street remain., a couple that knew nothing but ''
he entirely rebuilt. city life came to Florida and stop
Now, acronllnic to Army plan It lit to Calif. Santa RosaPlums
In the
ped Lawtey. They bought
of trainingInntAllutlonH.
ho al."lan..e
that the Army an
It would! seam
old Charley Dlnkln's place and ,
rehull.llng ItlaiKllng.
' 1. without
started farming the best way they
:i. Of entirely .different character I I..* the aiithorl/ed r\M>ndl- l 4 1
knew how: by reading books. Alice e.y t Pound
told. to and Improve facilities. at Ma Dill .
lure of $10.11110.0001" says they ordered books and buletlns
, I' .., base and will I*' ......
Air Force n. -. MarlMII l in a |Hnnaniit from the Universities '
. Carolina FreestonePeaches
fill to the Air For for years to 1-,111 The demand for Bland- Department of Agriculture, and 1

Ing I I..* doubtful. \\'.. like, to wo federal money spent In Florida, worked real close with the county

lint not ",_t..rully. (End': quote.) agent, T. K. McClane. 31bS
And Sam says, they made the ." s
We "love" that subtle paragraph to the effect that "of mistake so many Yankee farm

entirely different character is the authorized expenditure of settlers make. They came dowr

$10,000,000 to add to and improve facilities at MacDill Air and bought the farm and boughtone
Force Base." Of course, the fact that MacDill nests cozily at thing right after another, not ALICE McUARVKV AND COMFORT exchange gazes. of mutual affection AVOCADOS From Sunny J 2 for 3Dt

Tampa could have nothing to do with this profound conclusionen realizing how the.bank account was a.. l Sam Manila. helpfully by. Headers of Sam'n ."FarIDf'r'III] Cuban Groves

the part of the Tampa Tribune writer. dropping. However, after spend Diary" In the Telegraph are ainwted by the fart that almost e.ryob-' .

i I ) Maybe we should laugh it off, but that editorial burns us Ing for two or three months they jest. on the Gar\ey farm, animate or Inanimate, has a _nu'. The 1' Large Size QQ;

up. Not that we think it will do any harm to the cause of started adding up the cancelled I' MrGarvey's find Comfort a 'real comfort, but Ftnnegan, the water)I CANTALOUPES S. C. Melons 2 for 031
of check. .and figured that such pump In the bane of their exlntenre.. -Staff photo by Holoomb "
such K..rn"'l
' Camp Blanding, but because it is a shining example
spending have to come to s 'I
writing to fill up a column, about a matter .;hat has not been "screeching halt." I they learned' was that a crop wasa and built the road stand to disposeof Fresh & Tender Golden t

thought through, and about which no attempt.jhas been madeto They both! agree that they would lot easier to raise than It was tc Uiem.! However, it has now CORN Ears! 4 f for 2 291Bantam \
who sufferat The reader ofI
the true ,
uncover never have made It without the sell Accordingly Sam started grown until they are using part of
.1 course, who relies on the newspaper to do his thinking and help and cooperation of the neighbors studying; marketing books "'and the crops to keep the stand sup

who must bear the. brunt of this snap! judgement and con and other' resident of the asking advice until he's almost a plied. California Yellow ftm TOMatoes 2 Lk

I clusionjumping.Of county. Sam said that nearly walking textbook on the procedure -\ Leo, their dog, \la a big help
course, no one.wants! Blanding used unless it is needed, every where lie went he found for selling produce. around the stand too Alice said. ONIONS .1' 3 n* 25c Golden Bananas 2 u..

and the Tampa Morning Tribune may rest assured that it someone willing to take a little Their road stand. they say It If .he'. In the house or out In the
will not be. time and help him out of a hole. what enabled them to make a go field, Leo serves a. both a watch.
7l But if and when additional camps are needed it would "And" he said "everyone that I of farming. Without It they would dog and doorbell when anyone Dixlana Oulck-Frozen, Sliced, Sweetened ,
certainly "smack of undue extravagance" NOT to use Bland- visited was hospitable and cooper. never have made the grade. Sam' shows up. He barks until they

.. I Ing. In fact, it would be little short of criminal. ative. Where I came from a guy said that his advertising experience come and wait on the customer. STRAWBERRIESiPORK Z
; The "undue extravagance" was in not putting Blandingto might smile at you while he was came In handy there too. It Well now you've met Sam and
cutting your !throat for a nlckle began this way: They had a garden ,Alice. You can keep In close touch . .. BnBi Mi
sort of after World War II. From the B>B>B* l la1i H.t
. some use viewpoint Wi fnsUfmli E *nB B B ***
but It different down
was sure In back of the house .when? with them and their day to day
of a layman it seemed ideally suited for purposes of a large here."
they grew a little bit of every. experiences by reading "Farm
government hospital-and indeed it had one of the finest and They both agreed that one of the thing. Then they started having er's Diary" which appears every ROASBoslon
largest: of its kind, situated on the high dry shores of Kings- first and most Important things some of the vegetables left over week In the Telegraph. I

i ley Lake where health, climatic, and recreation facilities --- ,

j I were ideal.] The "undue extravagance", it seems to us, was' children of Kingsley Village. I and Mrs. Rivers to Join her older I

in going off to some new location and spending millions of STATE FARMBy Following a, week's .tayjvithi daughter Patricia for a visit with'
dollars for hospital facilities that probably were not equal their grandparents, :Mr. and I relatives. I '

and certainly could not surpass those already at Blanding. Aim. Bryan Whltfleld R. H. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. "Pr.'j :Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney hadas

'I I I'e wonder If the Tampa Morning Tribune has taken the Bradley Misses Mary B. and their visitor. last week-end Mr. Bull! 4

trouble to find out that in spite of all the talk about "demolish Mr and Mrs. John L. Walker Irene Cox returned to their home)I and Mrs. S. R. Foster and Mrs. J. a, .
the their In Orlando Monday. I i P. Hendrick who were en route
ing" and "dismantling" Camp Blanding, the huge reservation announce birth of daughter Lb.
is far from a junk heap or a desert waste. If their editorialwriter Betty Jean, on Wednesday,I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Robert. from their homes In Ft. Lauder-i _.

1 } doesn't know that, he should take time for a little in June 27. spent several days during the past I dale to Tennessee.Mr. *
before jumping to such Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mosely week vacationing In Henderson. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin were 1 SMALL MEATY SPARE RIBS
vestigation uncompromising
con- thank their friends for the gifts,I vllle N. C and adjacent .j I Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs
:, Including flowers, and other kindnesses of Interest. I Garland Godwin In Palatka.Guests I PICKLED CORNED BEEF Lb.
As a matter of fact, still existing at Camp Blanding are shown to them during their Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger of I
I of Mr. and Mrs.
t facilities and utilities with an estimated value of $10,000,000.That daughter Sue's recent Illness. I Jacksonville and Bradley Gelger Ivy

means (if we have to spell it out) that Blanding could Mr. and Mrs W. E. Malone of of Ft. Bragg. N. C. were Sunday)|, were Anderson Mr. and Saturday Mrs. Bobby and Sunday Anderson U. S. Choice "Eat-Rite" ?flfj!

IJ1 be put back in commission for $10,000,000 less than it would Trenton were Saturday visitors visitors of Mr. and Mrs J. l\.t.\ of Grlffls Town and Mr. and RIB ROAST Beef- -7" Cuts pound
J cost to start a new camp in some other locality. That would of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle.For Bradley. I Mrs. Vernle Young of Jackson- ,

'I' be 10000.000 less that the poor, .hardpre.l"8t'tI and late lamented the past two weeks Miss Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Partney and'' U. S. Choice "Eat-Rite" *1 t tI

taxpayer would have to pull out of his pocket, :Mr.[ Lola Jean Burnsed of Macclennyhas their daughters Kay and Tarn of I ville.Mrs.. H. P. Galney of Brooker I STEW BEEF \\J JI
t, Tribune.If been visiting Mr. and Mrs. West Palm Beach visited Farm and her visitors, Helen Raulerson I B. tJ

Camp Blanding is not "d >d of : Archie Crawford. friends last Thursday and Frl..ay.1. of Okeecnobee. spent the past
ne don't it.
course, use Mr. and Mrs C. D. Sellers and and C C
Mr. and Mrs. Kay "Eat-Rite"
.'. In spite of their faults we believe have the' Partney week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R. W U. S. Choice
our'/mtliiary and
their Patricia
daughters residents
former Farm
wisdom to know whether they need it or not, and we are en I Emma Lou, returned home Wednesday When Mrs. P. S. Crews returned Brannen.Mr. Fresh Ground Beef lb. i "i
tirely willing to leave the decision up to them. of last week after spendingtheir Friday from Aburndale where she and Mrs. J. C. Wallace

But we would like to remind the Tampa Morning Tribune vacation with relatives In had visited relatives for about a visited Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wellsof Grade A, Dressed & Drawn, Quick-Frozen

that it still takes a few foof soldiers to win a war in spite,of points In Alabama and in West week she was accompanied by Mr. Jacksonville at Jacksonville I
hydrogen, atoms, and supersonic jet planes. The pilots Florida. and Mrs W. S. Rivers and their Beach last weekend Miss Nancy
Mynlhan who 'la the guest of Mr. 5 5I
Sunday guests of" Mr. and Mrs. children Sarah and Willie Jr., of BAKING HENS Lb
and Mrs. Wallace, spent the time
E. J. Yarborough were Mr. and that city who spent the week-end I
at her home In Jacksonville.-
Mrs. Albert Yarborough and their with Mr. and Mr.. Crews and with
B. ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER children and Mr and Mrs. William Mr and Mrs. C. D. Sellers. Mrs. turning with Mr. and Mrs. Wallacefor
CLOD a week were Bud and John
l1. STORAGE Yarborough of Gainesville and Mr. Sellers and her daughter, Emma Superbrand Colored
Lang of Lake Worth. QuartersMARGARINE
and Mrs. J. B. Johns and their Lou went to Aburndale with Mr. I
: "; ;:" --'- --,... I I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman
br V---- We operate loral returned Monday following a two 2 2P'EACHES
ss::: R,0.AL fTCSOS. .' A long dlntanoeanywhere trained at MacDill are just as important as any other cog in !, weeks' stay at their home at I I Pound

;S : MMi .a A In U. S. the wheel, but the men who crawled over the sarrd at Klandnjr Fairchild Tenn.
i f""OVIHG'' "" 1I did lot toward winning World War II and they'll be
I 'UiY 5'0 --' a Mrs. K. W Parks and her sons
EXCELLENT needed again. Billy and Buddy of Lake Worth

arrived Monday to visit Mr. and
STOR.VOK Mrs. W. G. StringfeUow.M (
.q:: 1 1 FACILITIES Starke's Houses "Rolled Away"Our TOMATO

neighboring city of Creen Cove Springs is in line to : >'riCt: TO APPKtR .I
( 392-unit FHA Naval rental !. Hrr.lt Co....,. Bradford CoaXr.r'lorldfll Famous "Tropical"
Agents For receive !) financed. housing -
a -
.. ( .....**.r. .....:. Stokely's Finest
at an estimated cost of 2861860. .... .
DELCIIERBROS. ( t r O. John Plaintiff v" Sarah .
t i See us MrstI More power to Green Cove. We're not jealous, of course, Helen Uarner Johns, Defendant.. Calif. Y. C. Peaches No 3
Ca No S413
but we can't help but think about the crying need in Starke :liHfr. T. A...... > i r Halves or Sliced 2 Cam

for a project of this kind. Even now the need is great. Whatit Tot Sarah Helen Garner Johnswhop No. 2y Can27.c
will be in event of reactivation of Camp Blanding i ig a matter J.r..I.n B.l F..lls.and Smoaka a.idrea., !I.South c oMm
for the wildest conjecture. Carolina.You .

Somehow-and with no crotlit to those who had anythingto are hereby notified that i
suit for Divorce ban been ftl.d
do with it-Starke was bypassed and denied a housing ...''n.' you 'In 1M abov namxl
LEGAL FORMSRetain in World War II Court and cause and you ... requlr. pEA H9
project because swivel-chair executives .d to ..*rv. a copy of your ann, i PiATD
maintained that Starke would dry up and blow away when or pleading to th. complaint on th
Plaintiff* Attorney T. Frank -
Title Notes I Blanding was shut down and the houses would become nest I.andrum Stark, Florida" and fll|<

Promissory Notes ing places for a generation of bats. Olrk lh'. orldnal..f the Clreult In th.Court office. on of or be th No. 303 Arqo Sugar No. 303 Garden Patch Gold :::ream

\ Bill of Sale Well, it seems that the only bats around were the bats In othrwU fore the lath the day alUffatlon. .of July of, 1911 Sal

Agreement for Deed the belfries>>: of those who thought along such lines. Complaint.d by you.will b. taken .. eon ... PEAS 2 *.. 25c CORN 2 Cu'

Lease Despite the frantic pleas of [local leaders who knew what This nolle shall b. p..bll.h..:

Sales Contracts the situation was and would be, the houses that Starke should onc.wka each In the week Bradford for four County.'oneecurly Tel..''I No. IV Del Monte Whole Spi:=ed No.303 Stokely's FinestSUCCOTASH

Quit Claim Deed, have had were plunked down on, a sandhill near Blanding graph.
r Land Contracts where, true enough, no one would want to occupy them after ( tMt*<9 this. Uth day.> of June. I3S1OFFICIAL. .'; PEACHES Clan 39c 2 C.t'

Mortgage Deeds the camp closed. Consequently after the war, the houses that k of the circuit antsBy .
Satisfaction of Starke should have had and entitled Haven Crosby, Depot cirri No. 2H "Sun, Bartlett
Mortgage was justly to, were put 1115 41 7i'|'' Drenched" Salad P.s. No. 303 LIbby Sliced
Alignment of Mortgage on wheels and rolled away to a more favored neighboring city.If -

Chattle Mortgage anyone thinks additional housing Is not needed in NOTICE' or TOI.RU ApptirTiox roi PEARS can 35c BEETS 2

Warranty Deed Starke let him start out to find a two or three bedroom house H.mmo Bill !*.. I'.H3: can'C C

Appearance Bonds for rent. Modest and modern homes which can be rentedor NOTICE 13 HERESY OIVEV' tha I Stokely's nest Orange: ; -. K3unty K,- '"
With r.i. 12oCORN :
B. Y.III."o" the holder of the followIng
AffidavitsTurpentine sold are in demand here now and have been 'for the past certificate. has filed oae..tl '

Lease twenty years. From fifty to a hundred such units could be flcate th..r.on.for Th a.tax certificate deed to b number* issue<, JUICE> 23c >. Cans

used here right now. and if Blanding Is reactivated, no one and year of Issuance. the. dcrlp
knows what the lion of the property, and the name
BRADFORD will be. .
COUNTY TELEGRAPH In which It TenderleaiTEA
wa assessed are a Tetley Va. Best Grean and .'hJ.a
Fl.! If impossible to obtain a Federal housing project, then follow" :. I
Starke ( .rllrl" ( No. 117
private capital should come to the fore and help supply this I Tar of Issuance 111*. 8 *L 59 Box. 61C LIMAS! No. :303 Co-
neaorlptlon of Property. Bile < !
\great need In Starke. It is hard to how
see it could fail top I Hampton. Park. Sec 11, tt. T T. S
be a sound investment for with Idle funds R. 1:1: J1.
1\ person : I Name la which u.****d, 3(... Sara bf,


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1I I grnndm )her MI" H P. Galney I
|1i I The Life And Times BROOKER Mrs Mana Wiggins of New 'PINE LEVEL' Republicans Plan I J.Mrs.. John F Thornton. Great

[L Of Riverpent Monday with Mrs. Luncheon Meeting ''Mills, :Md.
River Folks :Mr. K. J. Lew In Rosa rinholster.' 'I I I Earl H. Johnson Box 161 Met-
Ity. Jessie tee Ijj/enhy Mrs H. P Gainey and granddaughter By Ir... II. :M. McRae I II In JacksonvilleThe ter, Ga.
Hunter Stokes Helen! Raulerson of Okec- I I II Republican Men's Club Of'' J. H. Gill. 1005 reach tree Rd
I chobee spent last wekend!' as I Augusta. Ga.
We had attendance at
a large
Evelyn Hunter of Alachua. Florida
CORRECTION scheduled meet at i
: It six
was guests Mr. and Mrs. Kaiford
I Sat Lloyd Wilkerson, AFI40-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Sunday School and Church. I the Jacksonville''
JLura gurqess tenths of Seminole Hotel in
fy AiohrPOKCA. i an acre too much tobacco Branner at State Farm. '' 64070 86th Supply Sqdn., APO
Brother Alton Dobbs of Starke'
= NERR. ;: ...; -- for A. W. Whitehead, which he, Hunter and Rudolph Stokes son Kenneth!' Russ Is spending a few I brought the 11 o'clock mel.age'I Saturday July 14, for a luncVon}65. New York, N. Y.
of Mr. II
-- and of and
Mrs. H. E. Stokes attending
meeting Ladles -
I plowed up. The decimal days Willachoochee. open
point was: Ga. withfrl..nl' We glad to have J. L. Red) Carl H. Edwards Hq. Co. Yokohama
1 were (
Brooker married June 29th '
were m"8't'iII be a'
In the good rambler roses I set out three overlooked. and relatives.Mr treated\ to
I Command APO COS
ime.welenme:My wren returnsne.L springs ago. I set out three more I Whooping Cough seems to be I at of the home of Rev. Herman Moody and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of,'I Alvarec several with weeks us! again In St.after Vincent's apl'nd.In School of Politics following the I Postmaster, San Francisco, i icare

I Sing a happy this year. I also sent my going around now. Jack and LaCroRi. They! are making Penney! Farms and Mrs. Edmund meal. Calif.
Hospital in Jacksonville due tc
daughter-in-law a couple for her I( Maryland Southerland have been their home In Gainesville. son spent one day last week .a s I an accident. An invitation has been extendedto Harold A. Johnson RMn 2-c
birthday. These having I Killed In Action guests' of Mr. and Mrs J.V.. In the 20 counties within .
In bloom are Just, a whooping big time here everyone 697
USS George, DE care FPO
house- Mauler Sgt. W. M. Davis, nephewof Mrs W. E. Hall left last week
i lady when lovely. lately. Jessie Mae Welch and sons Thomas. a 130 mile radius of Jacksonville Calif.
San Francisco
done I got out the electric lawn mow-j are whooping around too. Mr. and Mr. O. W. Davis of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ware of St. for a visit with their son, Gray Tickets are $1.73. Mrs J. A. :McIntyre Box 2074

eet peas in the morn- er and cut part of the lawn this Beulah Mae Moody and mother Brooker has been reported killed Petersburg who spent several days I Wm. Hall and family, Perry Ga. Auburndale, Fla.

morning. It la lovely now Mrs Joe Forsythe, were in Jacksonville I In action In Korea. He was a here with her mother! Mrs. Beulah She will also visit relatives! at ADDRESSESOF
as we.
tendrils climb have just had when veteran! of World War II and wa.forml'rly Harrell and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Macon, Atlanta and Rome, Ga. Marguerite Hughes, change
a Monday the former'islater
green warm rain. DonIs from Tallahassee 402 S. W 12th t
From there she will to Cross. to
stationed INTEREST
I having the store building/ Phoebe Green, underwent I j I at Ft. Bragg. Harrell returned! home Monday. go .
Ite fence and gray painted.! Our neighbor is Ian I operation. Mrs. Green Is doing i N. C. Surviving: are his wife, Mar-! Mr and Mrs \V.V.. Raborn of villa Tenn. I St. Gainesville Fla.J
the doing tha Davis and three small children -: Jacksonville spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlrk Miss Kath"rln.'epIII, Hlllrrest p. Hammock %22 Mackinaw ti
II. work. Later another unusually well at this time. We
painter KUIe. Bobble and Tommie Mrs. Beulah Harrell and Mr. and and House 211 S. Broad St. Elizabeth, St. Jacksonville, Fla.
filled with radiantg will paint the Mortuary. I love are all happy over this good news. daughter, Kathy: were dinner ,t tR tf
David of Water Valley, Mlaa.. his Mrs. M. O. Harrell.Mr g
fresh paint and It will make R. J. Turner, Jr. had mumps and I II I guests of Mrs. Sue Myrick at
my' mother Mrs. Victoria Grinner of and Mrs R. H. Dalton andchildren Lake Geneva.
old lady says, 1 flowers show up better than ever. was home with the folks having a I,
Dlat-kKhear. Ca. and and Mr '
two sisters and Mrs. Kermit R
That makes me happy. As I swell time. He Is well and backat Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gordon are
Mrs. F. L. flab of Btnrkshrar. Ga. Slkes. and son Larry of Alachuaenjoyed 4
pink bonnets are for this I can hear little his home In High Springs now. I II II I spending this week! with their)!
my wren
and H. T Met of New! York. a picnic at Hampton LakeSunday
Is.S singing. They have returned to'I I Mrs. Rhoda Dowling visited her relatives at Tifton, GII.I .
O. Tyler DeathFriends and visited Mr. and Mrs
will wear these lusMrls. the same box for '''son I Joe Dowling, In Live Oak!!
another nesting here regret to learn of W. R. Hodges Sunday afternoon. I Mrs. J. E. McRae and son, Danny -
season. Just as I had begun to last week I II the death of C. Tyler who died In Larry Slkes of Alachua spent of Starke spent Saturday night

I lowS are wings for think they were not coming, they I'I Joe and Jon Lazenby, Rob Cason a Jacksonville Hospital June 30th. last'week here visiting his grandparents I and Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J.W .

Jt'S'venly; came singing and bringing me and Ralph Merritt worked In Live |after a lingering Illness. He wasa Mr. and Mrs.V.. R.Hodge. McRae, after spending three I!
: blues are bits cheer. God bless the birds. j I Oak lust Wednesday picking, haul.I I life long resident of this Section. .. weeks at Milton.

HELPFUL HINTS: Wrap ling]i and loading A few years ago he moved to Jack We are glad to report Mrs. G. A.
. it t dawn." And then I aluminum foil around the cork, Joe Dowling. The boy all confessed sonville. He Is survived by his wife. Gay returned from the hospital Mrs. B. M. McRae and daughters I

used in the thermos bottle and it|i i "the bear caught everyone Allie Malphrus Tyler, one sister! Thursday and Is improving Gwendolyn! and Sht'rleyand

for these an arduous will remain odorless. If your girl I I of us". Mrs. Henery Hodge of Brookerone E. J. Lewis! Is improving at his sons Benny and Lynn and MlasAlice
Reddish attended the
wears bangs cut them while they CHICKENSUFFER' brother, Willie Tyler of Pa- home here I Singing 1 1P
lei and smiles, "Oh! are wet, you can get them more I R. J. Turner, Sr. entertained latka and a host of nieces and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Pinkstonand convention! at Brooker Sunday \

e dee!" even and hair will not get in her Howard Collins and family of Lake nephews. He was laid to rest in children of Dallas Texas arrived I afternoon. They were accompaniedby

a do all the work for eyes. A cute way to fix a little i Butler with a chicken barbecue Dedan Cemetery! July 3rd. here Monday to spend a few Mrs J. W. McRse and sona.Th..y PlaytexDWPERsanitary
girl's hair la to have bangs In front recently. Roan cooked the birds Wilson Russ and G. W. Davis days with his mother, Mrs. Mary visited Mr. and Mrs

__Beryl Stewart. and braid It in two braids in the on his barbecue pit outside and were shopping In Gainesville last Green. Robert Groover at Brooker and

back. Tie with ribbons. When they were delicious. phyla cooked Saturday. Miss Mary Joe and Jackie Green Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick In.

ad the above poem I the other In her nice with their grandmother, Mrs. Q. E. Gainesville.
air clothes good things
you and hang them on Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and snowy-white diaper padsuse
e the little old lady a line in the .wind twist a jar ring kitchen. Mrs E. M. Lewis were business McCauley! of Palatka spent theweekend !' Mr. and hits Tony Gonzales of ,
sweet peas It fat In Odum, Ga. Starke were Friday evening din-
of rubber around the line and book Uncle Ben and Aunt Mae Ren- visitors to Gainesville
picture and I recall hanger In the ring. Wont fall to froe recently returned from Ft afternoon! Monday Mr. and Mrs Henry Hodge ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. only once, then

ny Mother loved flowt the ground. Myers where they attended Mrs. spent Sunday In Jacksonville at McRae and family.

reason flower are Here is an easy SPONGE Roll Renfroe's funeral. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and the home of Mrs. C. Tyler Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green and like tissue t
too., Along Mrs Mattle Sowell were shoppingIn Mr. and Mrs. flush away
to me John Freeman,
of Hetlbronn
Red Is
CAKE, 3 eggs 6 tablespoons of Andrews going to begin Springswere
class flowers Gainesville! Monday afternoon. Mrs. T S. Mann
id birds I ) were dinner guests
water, 1 cake picking crowder peas again froma visiting the H. M. McRae'sSunday
oad to happiness. I cup sugar lt cup Mrs. Rosa Plriholster spent last of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw of
flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, patch he threw away-or was afternoon.
had row of jslnnjaslited Wednesday night as guest of Mr. LaCrosse Sunday.
a .
> when 1 teaspoon vanilla and pinch salt. through picking. These few showers and Mrs. Lee! Green In Galne vrne. We just recleved a letter from
nlne'ort I Beat the three eggs well. Add put on a second growth and Elder Mrs. A. E. McKinney of Starke Owen McRae. He Is doing fine
and Louie
Mrs. Crawford
of about and Miss Connie Knight of
zInDJ'aa.mmer the cup of sugar, the water, salt my, how the peas are hanging! of Jacksonville filled his regular I Keystone weighs! 150 pounds He Is still on
1 first planted Heights Monday after.
and flavoring. Sift in the flour Glen Tomlinson left recently I spent the L S T enroute to Alaska. Also
I have a long appointment as Pastor of New noon with Mrs. Jettle' Hazen.
and baking powder. Bake In a with his aunt Sarah Mrs. A P. Hope Church last weekend and a letter from Jr. Starling. He! $129
friendship garden. I I Mrs G. E. McGauley and son,
plants near In the to- loaf pan that will not make It too Hallman) for Chattanooga, visited Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Lewis Jennings of Palatka spent Thurs has landed In Korea and Is assigned I .

{il. In one small garden thick. A nice light cake. Use Glen was recouperatlng Tenn'j Saturday afternoon I day with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green! to the 25Ui Inf. Dlv ? 1 100....... SIMDrypvr
Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Myrlck of
this -
Icing. appendectomy and It was children
I tomatoes and flowers. I Mrs. Truby Hodge and and children. 'I-r-
put the window and see ICING: Take two cups of pow the change In climate might help and Mrs Wilson Russ were In I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green! and Greensboro, N C. are visiting Mr, .P4>

bloom. They are the dered sugar stir in milk to makeIt him. He will probably attend this I Jacksonville Sunday children and Stanley and JohnOreen and Mrs. Robert Myrick.

i ) creamy. Add four marshmal- .'term of school up there.M. Little Bobby Green of Bell Glade spent Sunday afternoon at 1 00 Norton Dryptr P hL

. .':"! ". ',- lows and put over low flame and L. Johns Sr. Is enjoying his' Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson 'Hampton Lake.Mr. t .'0< Sii. SI.4-9
melt the marshmallows. Let cool, vacation renovating his home and( Russ and family for a few days. and Mrs M. M. Gano and

HONE 218 beating all the time, spread on putting new blocks under It. I; Mr. and Mrs. Dwln Castlin little daughter of St. Augustine ru+o. rs,+e

cold cake. Coconut In this Icing The New River Union Meetingwas and family have moved to Starke spent last weekend with his parentsMr. I

ONIAIORIST U good. changed into a Pastor-Lay-1 where they are both employed at and Mrs. R. F. Ganno. PLAYTEX DRYPER PANTY

Have you women tried any of man Meeting for last Sunday.I Starkc Laundry. They have been Ovid Oano of Gainesville spent I . . each .1..9
the new rinses on your hair? II| There was an unusually large making their home here with the Saturday< night with his parents, i S

have and find it gives! you a lift crowd attending and the Nerv I latters parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs R. F. Gano.

and makes you feel like a new per I River Church entertained and I L. Atkinson for sometime.Mr. Little Ray On no of Gainesville i Clean snowy-while, SANITARY Drypers are die modern

son. I get them at the beauty served cakes, doughnuts and soft I and Mrs. Reed Lewis and 1111 spending his vacation here with diapers you use only once. then (flush away. You
shop, ten cents a rinse, just a little I drinks. > Mrs. C. L. Atkinson were shop his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R.
OWE R S 11':\Gano. never wash dry, or even touch a soiled Dryper pad.
powder. My hair is light brown I The Chester Andrews family ping in Jacksonville\ Saturday. 1.I .

L( SlONSj with a fevf-graMr4-I get a bronze spent- Sunday' wtrh Wayne and| Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and j Yc, you'll agree Drypets are simpler cleaner, more

rinse, apply with a tooth brush, Rosemary Hazen In Jacksonville. daughters. Sandra and Jackie were' I method ever used.
I I convenient than diapering you
: any
gives the hair a shine and looks That afternoon they all enjoyedthe In Gainesville Sundnv afternoon

pretty. I think gray hair is lovely, beach. Mrs. Frank Polk of Trenton Is1 I I rrI I I I

( ) but mine is not gray, only a few The lightning tore up George visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ Too I I

scattered.The and Dorothy' Anderson's pump and family for a few days. We'reProud I late to Buy i ;

sun Is trying to shine. We when it killed their big hog. Mrs. H,. S. Anderson and children

Ii GARDENSPOTTERY nice shower awhile this are still| last week In Montlcello ,
had quite a All 'folks out way spent
Residence I !from
BurglaryIn9urance. No (.. . No muM
ago. Don has gone to the store. In tobacco and canning up to our visiting her family while Mr .
My beans are in bloom and I notice ears Fernie Moody has his last Anderson was attending business \ryA WET to mm-ERI- Sink out
and flush PS
rta PLANTS a few of the potatoes are in bloom. picking In the barn. Joe Lazepby'only In North Carolina. UM.IJrrprr pads
Guess I had better! take Digger has hla sand lugs picked off. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and awa,. Then rinse psniy. Now

'ERS WIRED down in the back yard, as I Every rain It gets greener and: children and Mr. and Mrs.. Pave Inquire now! r: lip fresh Dryprt pada tinder

N'YWHERE brought him In when it began to grows six Inches higher. Green are enjoying this week nt unn.eoft) nylon web of sn-

rain. We don't expect to starve this(:, Cot-Webb cottage at Bn'ioklyn other clean Drift psnty., You

t Starke winter. I've put up 36 quarts of Lake Charley E. Johns 1i lira't P never touch used Cry per p.....
Have you a neighbor sick In tomatoes. 42 quarts of tomato| Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Davis and

painT 65 of rich children visited with Mr. and Mrs. Agency .
juice and about quarts
I I R. D. Davis In Jacksonville over of this
beef and vegetable soup, and 10 Phone IS STARKE, FLA.

of blueberries In cans ,, the weekend.J. .
Need some rib-sticking rations! C. Melvin of Dundee vIsiteA .. .. RONNIE DONNIE STORE
beans In his father, C. C. Melvin of Lake ..
and butter canal, .
: like peas City and mother, Mrs. C. C. Melvin ._
too. t of here Sunday and remained overnight I ... .... 22S K.: Call St. hone 18-W

a:1 WiLl) LIFER A-I'LEsTY: omO'R with lIf'r.MI"II. ........n'ln.THE TRAVELERS, Hartfm
WAY Sigl1 Slurke, Fla.
Brown and
Relta son --
; One afternoon last week Char-1 I
of Dunellon visitingMr.
I bring-I Junior were _
Eloise Cowen were _.
I and 0 -
ley --
and'Mrs. L. A. Mott and child. I
'big Louise Johns home when they, _
i black things"If > ren Thursday They were accom- I I
law four "low, long panted home by L. A, Jr. who will -

spend several days with them. .
I ;
so don't let him die In vain. | Guests of Mr. and Mrs E. M. 1 I

If flowers mean anything to you Lewis Sunday were Mr. and Mrs' APPROVEDSTATION For Maximum Economy

at all D. A. Cook and' children of .Fern-

Give him a flower ere death)] andina. '

should call. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Waters of

wait until the casket's Worthington Springs were visitIng .
Why ( -
brought In i the tatter's sister and brother-!

Then bring him flowers to give| in-law Mr. and Mrs W. R. Hodges

to him. Sunday afternoon. Pure Surelubricalion
In eternity. \ Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green And
He is resting
1 And never a flower can he see. girls spent Sunday afternoon! visit The New ENGLISH
in if her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. FORDSI

Let us think. Be kind to those Hardee of Antioch.

who love us and hand out our I; Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Morgan of I

flowers by kind words, loving pats I Tampa spent the weekend here! I

and words of encouragement. Why I I visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson. I

wait until they are gone, then shed I Mr. and Mrs. Truby Parrlsh of
and lay flowers on their I Santa Fe and Mrs. Rosa Pinholster
tears I
becausewe The CONSUL
caskets? Kind words never die. attended church at New RiverSunday ej !I The PREFECT .

World -first LOVE you all LURA and were dinner guests of II
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins. earned it I I

I 1i'ATTENTION Mrs. Everett Galney and children i Four-Door full family blze. Owners Ideal for town or country. Four I

returned home Wednesday j 'This sign means we have door, easy to get in and out. 4. I

from Dallas N. C. from a weeks the up-to-date know-how, to -10 miles gallon I
report up per
DTI equipment and stock to cylinder engine give top gas econ I
RUST 6ASOLMIE visit with her family there.Helen
Raulerson of Okeechonee rive you better-than-ever of gasoline.! Easy: to drive in traf omy. Roomy trunk. All the com*

Is spending sometime with her lubrication service. I fortH and advantage of a larger
We earned it spending
If You Have
4 days in an intensive train- fic. No trouble to park. Readily and higher priced car. I.ow original

:'sew lOur SUPER.POWER" ', life Ian repair Anti-Hu.t tills by PINE OR CYPRESS crossing our new hard road. The ing course given by Pure Oil 1 I I available parts and service. cost and low upkeep make the
lubrication eiperts.: We
' G toluse. It contains RD-11 critters ran Into a culvert and the CONSUL ideal family '
i. an car.
'le TIMBER I TO SELL learned the beet methods of
aund nut inhibitor. RD-119 Cowens! decided to stop them up j
awnk rust-protect. against In It and Charley went after M. L. doing special lubrication
L'c. you or Small Tracts like wheel bearing and I
al kippini and costly Usnsf Large Johns. When all were. ready, they job.
lull u4 r automatic clutcbea. I
corrosion ia fuel
See you SincUu DcaUx 1Oda youi,. We Buy All ran them to one end where MissLou ,l Drive in soon for our Improved
CONTAIN aOllHHCUIt was assigned' the task of put Pure Sure Lubrication -

W. cwt Oil*. PAY TOP PRICESWrite I ting a basket! over the first on. l -and a smoother running NOW* ON DISPLAY *

_ ANTI-RUST auo fOMrA1N rat.Jutrt that came out. She did! She yelled i ,'longer lasting car.
stnL' O and managed to capture that one, I _

or Call was Mr. and Mr. Otter- -Sissy
I t the ComLmlsaloner I I
) and Buddy-so game
WUHJHM.9 N<>.EXTIACpSI I M. L. Johns, decided. STORE

B.T.THOMASLUMBER : Well with Buddy In captivity. I I
Service i Freddie decided upon the human I Madison & Walnut Sts. CO.
Center Station I
CO. thing of feeding him. He fished

1 all one day and got ten little I Starke Fla.
PHONE 211.J to Buddy PHONE 118 STAUKE FLA.I. ;
Seeber D. Goodman. P. O. Box 735 II who perch.was These securely he gave stationed In a withPurm ''I

U. S. 301 at So. City Limits :STARKE FLA. wire fish basket Thought( It was iI1RE .

I against the law to have a fish I I ,

_ Starke Fla. basketmuch less an otter! In It




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.. r. -. d i t"i \ ,,ii'Dim \j' It'11e': "'1' AI'l'U4lt:
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I Doris Knight Circle n,,t hall >h. ptlhllflHdit ''In (lreult ( .......,. llradrurd ('..un',., ,.?"
i< *- *a' h u pelt fnr four onnefutlv Inrlilai. In ( .haacerr.SnrHh "".
Irt i Has Weiner Roast u*.k' 'In 'th* Bradford County Tele.liHKil R. Iiruiker, Plaintiff, VIHiii "ult ,
1l'' I' .) >iiion, >* Piiuker, Ftefendnnt Naolu"tulll' 'I
t hi. .th' day nf July 1951 Case No. 862Entire I "
\ Tr Doris" Knight Circle of the ('FF1l'AL PEAL) A. .i Thomas / 'lvvrar.. nulledxa'uc, ,,'
Fir I Baptist Church met at the O>-rk of the Circuit Court To Hnlonion) rt Druoker, whose on Ih. ",'
fly Myrtle T heaver, Deputy Clerk ItiHt known residence and address .h'rank I ,- "
home of Mrs Paul Raymond for I "
716 U 7127MITICH wn: JllliViiKlilngtnn Avenue. rile Ih"
the re" :rtilor monthly meeting lirim, New York. f'lp.'k ?r ,r', ;
members and two y"ulr./ .. hereby notified that a fore th.. .
Twenty-two 1" 4PFK'BIn milt for Plvon-e, full cu toilv of nthern"i e
4I Gladys Mooty visitor, Mrs. Warren Stringfield (Irrnll I nurt. llr.dli-rrt ('ountr.Klurlilai minor fhllil and other relief has l'ompIRI, ,.hfreNed
Phone 35; of Jacksonville and Mrs. Doris Ire Herbert A \Valdt flalnllff I VK Margaret the above named Court and Thiannrr ,
... Martin of Starke' were present.The A Wnldt. Ix-fenrtant. ] cause and you .are required to pa,. ",
I meeting was opened with faun No 8531 serve a copy of your answer or weeks 10, n., : ;"
Miss Garnita Hutto Weds Charles C. Parker prayer by the leader, Mrs. T. K \uttre:: To Margaret Appear.To .A. Walt, whonereHldenrn rialntlff'K pleading Attorney the complaint Samuel W.on Oet.the graph hnt.rl t'
McClane The devotional on find address In: 370 O"o"lJe Zen, Pox 81. Oalnenvllle, Fla. and file ( 'h
h In Lovelv First Methodist Church Ceremony f "Those That Are at Ease" war: Itoad OlfrxIdH, Park New J.rHey. Clerk the original In the office of the OFFICTA,'h. "k"PYAL: )IhrA'" 1' I;
qa You are hereby notified that R of the Circuit Court on or he. I1y ,
given by Mrs. J. E. Hildebran. Mult for Divorce and custody and for the 8th day of August, 19B1 ; Haven rnL, l1," '
i In a lovely candlelight ceremony' illusion was held In place by a coronet As special musical number,, control of minor child awarded to otherwise the allegation of said. ; ,
Miss Garnita Hutto daughter of headpiece embroidered with ... a the Defendant, ha. been filed against Complaint will be taken aa. con '11
"", Miss Allese Lawson sang 'It's Nc you /In the above named Court and ferred. by vou. I
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Shelton seed pearls. The bride carried a .fij. ,'. Secret What God Can Do", ac rouse and you are required to This. notice shall hA published
Hutto became the bride of Charles white prayer book enhanced with fl, serve a copy of your answer or ones each week for four consecutiveweekn FOR
)t. -'?' j jI companied by Patty Lawson on r'!eadlnir to the complaint on the In the Bradford County Tele. SAl
and white e'
w4 Crelghton Parker son of Mrs. Little a shower of tube rOles le ? the clarinet. Plaintiff Attorney T Frank graph.
Parker of Jacksonville Sunday satin ribbons, topped with a white '" f-jandrum Starke, Florida, and file T'nK-d Mo. Rth day of July, 19&1.
Mrs. J. T. Lawson was In the original/ In the office of the (OFFICIAL PEAL> A. J. .
I afternoon June 24, at 4:30: o'clockin orchid. Her only ornament was charge of the program on the top. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or h... Clerk of the Circuit Thomas Court., GRADEBRAHMA
the Flrat Methodist Church. double strand of pearls a gift of fore the. 61 h dRY of AUKUHI 1951.other ry Myrtle T r>eaver, Deputy Clerk
ic Price of Freedom .
'Continuing .
l .
e the allegation nt
The pastor of the church Rev., the bridegroom.Mrs. nalil 78| 4t 7127|
Complaint will be
Prayer was led by Mrs. S taken a* oonfeHtd -
the I Hutto selected for her bv' -
,; Thomas G. Mitchell performed you.
E Spark Those taking part on Thin entire shall he
daughter's wedding a navy blue puhllhed %O'I'ICITn Apprise HEIFERS
double ring ceremony. the program were Mrs. James once each week for four consecutive In Clreolt (......,. Hrailforil .
gown of nylon print. She wore a FT week In the Mradford County
1 The church was handHomely Seymour Mrs. Ewell Lawson County Telegraph. l-lorltlm In haneerr..

pzr ,. decorated for the wedding service shoulder corsage of pink carna Mrs Dor thy Shepherd and Mrs liHtcd thin ard day of ,July 1951. Flora Alexander Mae Muntan Muntan,Jr.Defendant.. Plaintiff, ye, SANTA FE
with arrangements of white glad lions T K McClane. (OKKICMfj SEAL A. J. Thumps. Cane No. 8600
Mrs. Parker wore a navy blue Clerk of the Circuit Court Itutlce. To App..... STOCK
Four'branched FARM
loll and native greenery. with a During the social hour a wiener By Myrtle T. D."ver, Deputy Clerk To' Flora Ma. Muntan whose I
lace complimented
candelabras ,with burnIng gown roast was enjoyed the hostesses 7W 4t Til residence and address l I.:: General Th..rl"\II. .7t.

white tapers lent a soft glow purple orchid.A being) Mrs. Donald F. McRae Mrs .
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over the letting. reception was held In St r Paul Raymond Mrs. O. L. Linain .-

As the wedding guests assembled Mark's Parish House Immediately Miss Wilma Alexander, and MrsJ ii
a program of nuptial munlc following the ceremony. Attractive If. Dcas.Ladies BIG BUDGET-WISE BUY
of early summer IN
: arrangements
IK "j. was offered by Mrs. E. Perry-
flowers used to advan-
't! }//oI' nan organist, who also accompanied -
; G. S. Mewcomb soloist, who tage In decorating for the occasion. CouncilThe BEAUTIFUL
"' '' Bang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Oh The mantel was banked with magnolia yr'I g I ELBERTA

; Promise Me". The traditional boughs with cathedral tapersIn I Ladies Council of the First :
: seven-branch candelabra at Christian Church will have ite're-
wedding marches were
'I' either side. f gular business and social' meeting
i'' The bride who was given In marriage -
father had as her The' bride's table was overlaid Tuesday night,.July 10, at 8 p. m
by her N K Ak
matron of honor, her slater-in-Iaw, with a hand made lace cloth and 1 11 err r at the home of Mrs Orval Culveron ?eeiies

Mrs. TUlman F.:Hutto of centered with the three-tiered wedding the Brownlee road. .Members
of cake, topped with a miniature _.'..ii /u will meet at the church at 7.30: and
ville Mrs. J. C. Wynn
ville.., sister of the groom 'Jadulon'I'I bride and'groom.. The cake ?transportation. will 'be; furnished

Sharon Hall, niece of the was embedded, greenery inter'ppersed for those wishing to &'9. v

with white button chrysanthemums. .,-.., Customers I
ijhe! matron of honor's gowa was

I a beautiful model of pastel orchid delabra tied. Three-branched with white bowsof can- [ Beta Sigma Phi: < Corner I '.' 'I1\e"re. BO Nwewt-wl/rte,

marquisette with. matching nylon nylon net with satin showers and I ( .' juice-' ,, grand far nm

net picture hat and mlts. She epergnea filled with tube rosesand r "r8 The regular monthly meeting of AAP has 4 use. Enjoy them .fIe
always been
carried a yellow chrysanthemum flank- ipy e Beta Sigma Phi sorority will beheld Ana tnr an exrrs4lil
button chrysanthemums
nosegay Interspersed with satin Silver trays I Monday night at '8 o'clock noted for its. money-saving dessert nerve ?
ed the centerpiece. prices.But then M,
ribbons to match with a caacade at the home of Miss Evelyn New. .Jane
featured Parker
and white :
mints "
effect. holding ruffles pink of white nylon net ,I MR. AND MRS. CHARLES.C. RKER I some. we have always plac- ', whipped cream.angle food w
The brldemalds gowns were ed
great emphasis on the
edged with white button chrysanthemums I
along similar lines to the''h rior and showers'of white I G. S. Newcomb BAKE SALE 'quality of the food we sell
Mrs Robert Tur uate
? attendant with Mr.. Wynn gowned of Bradford High School and/
In satin ribbon. All other appoint. nor, Mrs. W, L.'Blair, Mrs. W. G. Is employed with the Florida Power too. 31bs. 2Scl
,t in pastel green and Miss Hall The women of the First Christian f 2
pale yellow. Their nosegays were ments on the table were silver. Halle Mrs. J. r.:; Anderson, Jr., A Light Company In Starke. Church! will conduct a sale of Anybody can cut prices or -

fashioned with lavender chrysanthemums. Greeting the guests at the door Miss Pat Lamb, Mr. M. R. Judd Among the out-of-town guests baked goods Saturday In the Bee- if they are willing to cut

of the Reception Center were Mrs. Mrs. Juanita Phillips Mrs. Albert at the wedding and reception were sent building/ formerly occupiedby quality. But it has never

'F' Best man for the bridegroom Shellle Hall and Mrs C. E. Johns.In Lee and Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell. Mri. P. S. Hutto of Savannah, Ga? Harley F. Strong. been AtP policy to aehifve California

was Warren W. Wlnklir. Serving the receiving line were membersof Mrs. Lloyd Green rendered love. Mrs. J. R. Radford of Camdex low prices by selling infer

,'i,) : as ushers were J. L* Anderson Jr., the bridal party, Mrs. Parker ly piano selections during the reception Ga., Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Stephen ior food Cantaloupes 36's
" Tillman F Hutto Comer Ferryman and Mr. and Mrs. Hutto. Keeping hour. of Gainesville, Mrs. W. L. Den. VUM 10 APPK 'll So ea. 2
r.r we ,
Mrs. J. W. In ( In'ull" f........ llrndfiird Count, are able to offer ,
and M. C. Wells. the bride's book was Later In the evening, Mr. and mark Mrs. Laura Mae Jackson frl.irhtnt In t hnnrvry. you the values
A lovely gown of heavy white Ritch and presiding at the punch Mrs. Parker left for a weddingtrip I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn Mr. and hurls Colllnn I'rlhli Plitlntlff vs. AaP you enjoy at Fresh Stringless
your because
bridal latin was worn by the brideat bowls were Mrs. M. C. Wells and In the southern part of the Mrs T F. Hutto of JacksonvilleMrs. ( '' '11 Edward: Crlbb, Defendant, hard we work
Cane No. 8527 to
her wedding. The net yoke was Mrs Irma I. Whltsett. state. After July 1 they will make C. F, Miller of Orangeburg %f.llre. Til \pa.nr. of up the quality BEANS E
their : S. C. Tr.| : (Ocli iMlWHHl: ('rlhh. WtlOHHruHlilrni our food as well as keep 2 23
embroidered with need pearls, accented Assisting In caring for the guests home here in Starke. Mrs ? Mrs. Irma I. WhitUett of '8 !I.l HH Nelson W. Alilrlth. down the a
1 with long sleeves that tapered at the reception were Mrs. J. t. Parker traveled in a teal blue : Indian Rock Springs, Mrs. G. P e tt Moore 1\Id"ormh'k tlne, t'lfr e2. price.If _

to the wrists. The full skirt Anderson, Sr., Mrs. J. H. Red- nylon print frock with tan accessories Waclsworth of Hampton, Mr. and North You River,are hereby New Yolk.notified New that Yolk. you ever feel that the California Santa Rosa

swept gracefully Into a court length grave Mrs. J. W. Klncald. Mrs. A. complimented with a orchid Mrs. D. L. Brock and Mr. and milt rnr Dlvon and ...M'oration nf a food you buy doesn't meas-

1 train and the fingertip veil of Z. .Adklns, Mrs. E. F. Miles, Mrs The bride Is a graduate of Bradford Mrs. Dan Griffin of Madison and, maiden In the nnm. Above baa been named filed Court afcatnxtVim and ure up to our high quality PLUMS lb. 1!

.. . -.-------- .. High School and la now employed "Mr. and Mrs. Dick Armstrongand cause mill' you are required toHrve standards please let us ,
-- ---- with the Charley E. Johns a I'npy nf your antiwer or knpw. Please
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Johns of !>l,>ndlnir to the compliiint on the I write:
Insurance Agency in Starke. '
j The bridegroom Is also a grad- Green Cove Springs. TimiirlHH I'lHlnltrfH. BOB Attorney Lynch, SCaoh ten.lidIng H., CUSTOMER: RELATIONS LEMONS 432's.' 6 for-l1
.i!ai'kmjnUlle. Florida. and file DEPT.

w, LETHELENA RUBINSTEIN Clerk the, orlKlnnl of the fin-tilt In the Ponrt office, on of of the he. I 'I A&P Food Stores

WSCS Circles Joan Starling otherwlne fore the flth the dttv alletfattont of August.r ItM.: 420 Lexington Ave., Allgood Brand
Pnmplnlnt Raid I New York 17, N. Y. Fancy Sug
TREATMENTS Met TuesdayCircle Weds J. J. SpencerIn will he taken fin con- II' a

One of the Methodist Quiet Ceremony Cured Thin Sliced BreaMaBacon
I WSCS met at the home of Mrs. H Miss Joan Starling daughter of IlL I as

-----_._--. -.- -_ .-...... C. Ritch Tuesday morning with Mrs,, Alma Starling and the late .ar.STARKE Summer-Time Treat for a
I Mrs. L. A, Davis:leader, presiding Joseph E. Starling and John J. FL-:.' few cents serving
over the business session. A start Spencer were united In marriage
was made on a monthly fund last Saturday afternoon by Rev.

I' which will be added to the church W. B. Hall pastor of the Pine Fri, Sat. July 6, 7 5, u
CLEANSER building fund. Level Baptist Church, at his home. 'mIMMia

Mrs. H. C. Ritch Is serving as For her wedding the bride Two Lost Worlds

1.50 2.00 chairman of a committee to send chose a suit of orchid with which

e used clothing to Korea and all she 'wore white accessories. H"y With Laura Elliott ,.r:a v When you taste thesweet

members of the society who have corsage was white carnations. flavor of Atfm
I clothing they would like to donate The wedding marches were ANDGUNSLINGER- loan Bacon YOU'U want 1 LB.

PERFUME : Silk Velvet should contacher.. played by Tony Gonxales.Present to rat nice after CELLO
Mrs.:L. Dt Vining conducted the at the ceremony: were ,J- Jane lice. And you emm at PKG. Wl

.. SP RAY' I HAND LOTION devotional and Mr. Ritch gave an the bride's mother; her.brother, J. Parker .this budm-wla price.

article on Korea from the World!r E. Starling, and sisters:)lire. Ode l Whip UUfton and. Andy Clyde F1a.
1.25 Outlook. Mrs. A. K. Hanson was I Green Mrs. Russell Thomas, Mrjl Grade jFRYERS\ : D&D

1.00 welcomed as a new member I Grady Nettles, and Mra; RoaooBulllngton Serial and Cartoon ANGEL FOOD

d Circle Two m t"at the home of Mrs. Joyce Thomap)!, ,whOl ;lba 5
the leader, Mrs. H. M.. Richards, Miss Barbara Jean'Thomas, and ,
Monday afternoon at the State Miss Eloise Dobbs. -4 Sun., Mon., Tues.

\Vhite. MagnoliaCOLOGNE Plus a complete Farm. Plans were made to put 1 July 8, 9, 10 CAKES9oz.Ring Hermans Orange Band AH Meat

.. line of otherHelena month flowers of In.July.the Miss church Kate for Struth the Annual Reunion The GROOM FRANKS skinless lb. 5 5r

; Rubinstein gave the devotional and Mrs E. K. Of Canova Clan WORE SPURSGinger 37c ,
Perryman gave an interesting
1.75 products. arUcle on Cuba from the World Held At KingsleyA Hermans Cella Bag
Roger, Jack CartonCmrtoim

-- Outlook.The August meeting will be held delightful family reunion and 14 OZe Ring. 47c HAM salad 8oz. 2

at the home of Mrs. Bertha annual picnic was held Sunday at and Latent News ,

Pearce with Mrs. Titus Olson as the Canova summer home on Jane Parker

Just Arrived e"e co-hostess.. Kingsley Lake for the descendents Wed., Thur. July 11, 12 Sugared Quick Frozen Boneless
Circle Three met at the home of of GeorgePaul Canova.

Exclusive Mrs. L. D. Green with Mrs. A. Z.Adklna The bountiful tables were set up Broken DO-NUTS, dz., 23cJane RED PERCH fillets lb. 3

leader, presiding. Mrs.C. In the yard, with Bill Powell supervising Arrow ,
CARA NOME COSMETICS E. Hernwall gave an Interesting the "chicken cooking" Parker

devotional and Mrs. J. B.I over an open fireplace. Boal-rldt IV TECHNICOLOR Sunny field Fancy
Cottrell read an article, "What t Ing. swimming and other water APPLEPIE. Sliced
Would You Have Said?" with s sports were enjoyed during Chi With James Stewart 51cJane i BACON Ib. 6

SPECIAL reply by Mrs. Hernwall. These day. S Cartoon for the KIDS -
taken from the Methodist
were ParkerGOLD
Following the dinner an election Latent New
Woman. Bright sparklers, tied of officers for the Canova clan Headless Dressed Ready to fry Quick Fr
Cara Nome Cologne with red. white and blue ribbons, .
took Those elected POUND
place. were: 32c
were used as favors carrying out WHITING l
with Atomizer 1.50 Bill Powell of Starke president; -
.. the Fourth of July: decorations. Julian Canova of Gainesville first Sparkle ,
; Assorted Flavors
vice-prealdent George,Cano.va of Drweft
Dusting Powder 1.25 WCTU" Members1 I Jacksonville, ,;i second ,.vlue-pred- IVORY SOAP, ]Ige. bar 1
Hear Essays Read dentl) 'A1be t41CanbvdrDtUmmondof !f r WEEDINGWe 3 f for :20cAAP IVORY SOAP, per. bar .

Lipsticks 1.00 Jacksonville, secretary, and .: : IVORY 3:
Alvin Chase of Jacksonville Grade *SOAP FLAKES '
An Interesting feature of the and i A. No. 1 tan :

Face Powder 1.00 WCTU meeting held last Friday Utah Henry as Chase historians.In of Salt. Lake City, Fruit Cocktail Camay Toilet Soap, bath bar 1 JJ

afternoon In the Tabernacle ( 24c 1 10
Plus Tax chapel was the reading of the I charge of the affair and seeIng SOAP, reg. bar
four award-winning essays in to the needs of the approxl OXYDOL 14
White Iouiw med
TaU pkg. -
the high school contest held re mutely 100 guekts\ were Alvin Cane ,

Accurate Prescription Service Bring cently. Chase, Bill Powell) and Levy Large Pkg. J;
For Dependable, -
Your Next Prescription Short "Temperance Flashes" Canova. > offer lie> xwple of SUrfce! MILK 2 f for 27cOur DREFT for ; 3
were read by the different ones The next annual picnic will be -

TOCarpenter's present, giving concise news of held the first Sunday before the sod vicinity one of the most Own SPICN SPAN 2
activities In the TemperanceWorld. Fourth of July of 1052: at the same .-
modem and finest
place. equipped TEAl-4Ib.

It waa announced that a paint Included among the out of town welding" shops anywhere.All 23cHIC A&PFoodStoreMI
otic and temperance program guests were relatives from California Work GuaranteedSMITH'S

would be presented by the young ,, Georgia and South Caro- Enriched
people In the near future. I Una.
Two special musical number, St. Mark's GARAGEAND GRAPE GUARANTEED LEGf1UIhroUJ'
Auxiliary ADE 31c price in .!hie ad
enjoyed were a piano' solo by
'Th %cLqL Store MACHINE SHOP Sat., July 7H,.
:Miss Florence Brown and a vocal Members of St. Mark's Auxiliary
PHONE 61 solo by Miss Edna Noegel accompanied will hold their regular monthly I Temple Ave. Starker Peter Fan e The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.

by Miss Susan Wailac. meeting Monday evening at t Eatlr Cfmtfmtm C.PrrtesleLMe i

.6 I .. o'clock In St. Mark's Pariah House I P'NUT BUSTER 35c 300 East Call St.

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.6 j Mrs B.irbaia Br.'azeale is v.ai G.lbirt S New tomb "pent Sunday \0'1'" i.: '.'0 'PI""C '.."")i,1 riot,' u t I. l.iUi nThin e4 ("InI. ,
ting Mayfleld, Ky. DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEANo in Orlando on business. I III Ill-mil I.,,,,... "'M.U.iril <'onnlr. ....." 10,. ) .."
lorMm, In I hmirrrr. nn11u'" Hllllll ll.. p'l''l''l"l1onoo ,', )
Hi.I..il. 1 It v..iinr. .li. Plaintiff v. ra,'h wi'..k fi.i, foair.anrali.n, .
I Avid Leon Futch of Lawte\ Mr And Mrs Charles Parker re I:,in-.ll.. I. V.ii.'i. l h. f,.iKlnntfn weeks In the Hiailfiird. l'nun'Til'' .
'" No II431ollc.p !graph
, was among the 115 members o- turned from their wedding trip to \ '1'.. \|>|'''"'. hotel. thin 2nth dRY of .linn, I I'> 1
the recent graduating class at Uu T Miami, Sarasota and Indian Hock .1'." 1'1'111'11.!! |, ViMtii,r., n linn r...l- (OKFUMAI $l':.\1.) A .1 '1'10",. n" i ,
r A !''"". .11.'"' 'Irtri-B.. ,I. 18-ft.( Mist Clerk' of the "I'liitllt" ,MirtHr ,
THEN University of Florida who wen Bench on Sunday and are at present Hii. rt. Klu.lilnit. N.'w York co| 1I""n ('ro>hy, r'I li.rk, ,
IN I n ; '
tapped for membqfshlp in Phi IIwith Mrs. prker's parents 1'm\.In''I'i | !
un huriO.v notlrliMl that .a
6 I Kappa Phi national honorary the L. S. Hut ton. ?"tat for n1\'o,,'" him been filed -
spent r m 'scholastic fraternity ,iK"in. .t v<,u in tho nh"v.. named NO'in K OK nut-;ill"'1"'" fit i K
Sink and Miss Thelma Green I'"u and cause niul yi>,u are re- TA"I'I"'I'I" : that limlvi. and byvirtu
Clifford Enjoying this week at Klngalny gels ..I. in .P.M.
of I ropy if your anHWCP nf an xocutlon Issued out
Allcel and Marjorie Wednesday through Saturday Mrs. Sam Gilltnple of Fort Lake are the K. II. Barboura ol MI n.l..aillnit I x lo lhi rnmplalnt I of Ihs fin lilt tortS of Kratlford I
"" t I'' .
'" 1'l.ilnlirf.
theTO last week in St. Augustine with Attorney. T. County Florida, the flrat day of
Seville Tenn. are I Meade who has been visiting her Tallahassee, the B. S. Merrltta of Frank .l.nnilriun, Clark,., KlnrliU and Kvhruarv 1PM upon a judgment 1,
and her aunt Mrs. Emma Creech. file ih,
weeks of :Mr.. mother Mrs. Laura Colley and > rrb t Jacksonville and the A, T. Ewells 'I..k ..,i.HitiiiMl Ih.. 'In the officn. of the rondoroil. Yiy said ('r>Jrt In a cor
t'Irrull' ,
The Shal- Friends of Miss Green will be In. I Court on or be- lain cause lutoly therein pending
chafer brother, Carr Colley for three of Tallahassee rare tinjinl lnv, nf July IKIUP wherein Jtihn H. Phlppa wits plaintiff ,
terested to know she is now work- ,Ilirw! '" 1lN allenatUina of Bald
weeks returned home last and Ainorlran Tm.g11I
Kinglid Ing for the Lex Greens at theGreen' Sunday r...'Zi",1' will ". IRk..n a. con- Inn. wan d.t ndHnt. the undarnlirn 4
juring with Mr. GlllUple daughter Friends of Mr. and Mrs. John YI,11. od. Klixrlff nf Kpadford County Florida -
cottage on Klngsley Lake. Glenda and son, Bill who spent O. Scott of Mandarin former real- onot.Thin rarhPI"..th'*>K shall fop four!>. pilIUhfi1 has levied upon the followingdsscrlbed
ronnoriitlva chattels found In thepoMooMnliin
the weekend here. dents of Starke during Blanding w...liii /In the llrartfora fount? Title* of raid Amorlran Tunic
Chasteen, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lawson and graph. nil Mllla, Inn In Bradford County,
J. R. days will regrett to hear that t'n'.d
y Mr. Deleon thin tall day i.f Jens IDM Klorldn, to-wlf
and Mr. and Lawson and :
Farm and Mr. Mrs. Fred Blackburn arrived their home burned down one (OH-riCIAt. 8KAI, A. 3. Thom. 1-1II4D Priiohauf Traitor, Serial
Jr. and son twin sons, of Auburndale were ('I,.'.k of the Clpcult CnuPt. N... HP 21107 Modol No. Wl.H
last week from evening last week during their ,
, stern of the Lawson families Tangier, fly Haven Crosby, ft I vu k
" rue spent the Fourth guests for an extended visit with her N absence with a total lose of the 0133' 'Y4t'I 7119 1-n.6 Whlto Trurk "Tractor". ,
over the Fourth and all enjoyed a rf Motor NII 160 A am Hnrlal No
house furnishings and clothing -
cacb.I mother Mrs. Laura Colley and 1t : ;
.I17A34 MndolVA >
a ,
family reunion and picnic. 1t"ejf'v '. ..
brother Carr Colley. Her daughter f ., \/l'rll'K'1'll : 111 1-19U Pruohauf. Trullor, Peril -
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i.urt. Il red Gal County
Jr. 1 s". MK Urt.fl, JII..tlvl No
I *r,, 0 J. Edwards, 'Mrs Linda and son, Fred Jr.. are flank l' HUmpm. I'lalntlff vn t-liirlilni In l hnn,..rrr.lillli I WPM UA1.IUU
today for Kilgore W. F. Brinkley and son visiting in N will crab about deviled dish' ICIalnr C Hi.hB...fn. Mi'fi.ndiinl. > Mni. fuiiinilnitH. I'lulnllff V.. I \Vhll Truck 'Tractor'.
: relates Syracuse one this whan It ... .
.. you serve 01 epp .' Arthur cinii'iiiii ..
' with Herman, of Logon 'ItVa.. are 1155 No 863Butlr i iiininlim s. I' Motor No, 120 A TfiN.. Serial, N. f1
8J''nd' two week Y. awaiting Mr. Blackburns arrived flea, at a main dish at 0 luncheon or buffet tuppar. Deviled crab U really \ .i To App.".. finiilunt. .1 1IIK4'i. :MoilolVA 20 6
],' parents, Mr. and spending this week with Mr. and i from Tangier. He is attach reps for lummertlme entertaining. And made with bread crumbs, there's I '1',., l I'sb.l11N' t'" $.hrurs. hour reiildcni .'.... No 8419ififlri and will noil the same, or BI" mil *hthuroof
W' Mrs. Denver R. Devcrlck and with nothing eailor. ,. .f I In dinrrl III,hit 1 ; HiKtnnie.L, | at U.S. Legation there. N,.w. York, New VoiU.Vmi Arthur I'liiri-mo. riimnilnicii, pni'ntton In the prlni Ipal um
( I
Mrs. Brinkley's son, Roy Calvin nluiMi.' riHUIoiiru and tiititruNN
DEVILED CRAB Sprinkle with bread .are hnrohy tiotlflml that a IK t'nkni.wn. of (1,110114. tOBolhor. with .Inter. litIhori'on
Brinkley. The Brlnkley's and tops dry 1 "lilt for Plvurre has boon tlledlnaxlnet from thiflr.t djtof. Fn1-
r Frank Castleberry Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Smith and crumbs. Heat thoroughly in a hot I yell In the above nnniodCourt Vim sire li..ri>hy nutlflod that a rnnrv. III'.I. and t.'h.r.with all
1 Devrlcka Sunday 2 small cans, or 2 crabmeat I nit for ...1'v,. nf ,'hl'' .
and spent sight. cupt "
! 1 ie spent Saturday children of Orangeburg, S. C. will oven F., about 10 lo 19minutes. and cause and 1 you are fU' ami h.. rontrt and rvponiio. of low anilanlo
1 01 n-llnf lane .
families. seeing at Marineland and other teaspoon mustard I fjulrtfil to spry .a copy of your an been fllnlaaiklnHl to tho hlirhoM and tt hldI..rt..r
the Lawson arrive Friday to spend the week \\ teaspoon pepperVi ttwpr or I'lcadlnir. \ to the roniplnlnton run In th i ahovn nn ns'dl'nnrt clash at thi< Houth front dear nftno
places of Interest the rialnllffa Attoinoyii. 1')""" and rnu?' x11,1 you are. riiulrml "'""nlv .',"., Hume in Htarko,
with Mr and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. I cup melted butter To make loft bread .
margarine crumbs
or to
crum servo a ropy of your anw Florida' lirailford.
T. K\ana ami Neal l> Kvnn": Jr. founty. dlrtngthe
of Miami spent Sun 2 teaspoon lemon juice ble slices. of fresh bread .....i'hin./ tee Lew! Rxrhanv Kulldlnw, Jai'konvlllo ... '.r or plefullniri. tit th* romplalnt legal hours of Halo nn flth day
I mother Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr. and daughter 2 soft >n I the plaintiff. Altorurv, TKrank of An mni
with his Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Dial of Al- cups bread crumbs gets, or place two slices together Florlilit and file Iho original AiiKUHt
, day I.Hint rum, Htarkit, Florida and
Suzanne, spent several days 1 Mil time and cube with In the office nthe Clerk i>f the Thin Juno Olh. 19&1.! w
bany Ga. teaspoon a sharp fill the orliclnnl In the offlf of the l'I ltFT. >ni"IT.flhorlff .
Rtch. were guests oil Wednesday nth
l \\.t. I'lri'tilt/ fourt cm or kinfnro the I I
last week with the Senior Fordsin 2 hard boiled eggs, minced] Crusts may be led on ot of tniil othHrwlo, Ihoallovatlnna C'lork of Ihs I'lri'iilt c'ourt on or before of Bradford County
I day Auaimt
Jacksonville. of Mrs Dial's brother and I tablespoon minced parsley removed, as desired But never of acid. romplalnt will the J'lril' Its' of July, 151: Mi.rlrta.
d8e Middleton, :Mr sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs W. Q I teaspoon onion juice } throw crusts away, they're perfect bo taken a. conromiod. by vou. othorHlait' I the allevatlnna of salri '|SS tt 7120

aean, John Godwin Halle. Vi cup dry bread crumbs for dry/ bread crumb. This notlro shall he fiubllahad .... \\
Mrs. Henry Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins had ones ranch wook for four conoocutlvtwroka
and Mr. and Mrs. WoO !rln Halle .
< Pick In the llradford County TalarNt.'d
their Fourth of Mr. over crabmeat aDd remove To make dry bread crumbs, grind
W. F. Godwin as July guests, FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLYPhone
Mrs. Thursday and Mrs. Fred Guy and children and two daughters of Miami returned any /fibrous membra net. Add remainder dry bread through a food chops thin Mh dav of JnlV. JP51. ,
Tuesday to to their home Saturday of ingredient except dry per using a /fine blade, or toast OKFICIAt. $BRAT A. J. Thoinaa,
eton cottage at Cedar and Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns after 'a weeks visit with theirparents bread crumbs and mix well. Turn and crush with a rollinc' pin Or' Clerk of the Circuit Court 26 1-. O. Box 509 144 W. Call St.
Jr of Gainesville. into Uy Mvrtln T heaver, l i<|iuty Clork
individual ramelu'ni shells.
-, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. or use packaged dry brad crumbs.. 7fl| 4t 71.17on Starke, Florida

ion; a student; at Flon Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green Mr.. and Mrs.rDaniel' H. John. Mrs. MaxIe Carter and Mr. Mr. and Mr. Maxie Carter Whew It \May
was horn ttomrough pent the 'weekend. ati Ormond son and children: Julie and Henry Effle Johns of Starke, Mrs. Randolph I spent the. Fourth at Daytona I. In notify all Haltnantu FAltMALI. TRACTORS FARM
with Beach. and creditor that you are to fllovuur EQIPMENT
the have Lake and Beach.
been vacationing In St. Au- Crosby'of City : rill"". against the oatalnf
;Mrs. W. D. Faxon. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns are gus \\ne and New Smyrna Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carter of -t' W. H. ParkM, liorvaiHid. ma"l. under AUTO ACCESSORIES'BATTERIES; TIRES

pending this :lNeek.'With relatives! Mr. 'Johnson, formerly with the Mlddleburg attended the funeral Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs Vernon Judge oath to of Uradford R K, Porryman CiiuntF. Florida County. TURKS: FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS

wick drove Mrs.: frachlldren in Macon, and Atlanta Ga. l local Lovett's for to years has of their niece and cousin Mr. J. Sllcox.and Mr. Leslie Bigg spent within eight ralondHrymonthit. from' .

Donna amd. VI"Chrllltmaa been'' transferred to Lovetfi rnur- J. Gross, in Orlando Monday. Monday In. Jacksonville on business. the, flat publication said claim of.o,this Ooht nolli'o.nthorwloo will. APPLIANCES.

Tampa Sunday where Pfc Carl home on ket;)In. I. .Jeckeonvillq.'phe! ; JoHnson bo barred by the Mtalutoa uf Limitation -.
88 day's leave from'j FairbankiiAlaska"where family| have purchased a homo In Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb e *. .. .
week with Aldnry Parku, Knocntorlie
spend the ; he has ijeen'statloru the Lake"" Foret t.' section*of Jack had aa their guest last Friday, Mrs. Wayne Sargent of Jacksonville 4t TUT ..

;k'. mother, .Mr. Jan ed the put 26 rnAiths1.- vlaitlng sonville where they Will :'reside. Mrs. ,H. P. Moye and daughter, the former Betty Ann Powell .

his brother J. A. Chxlstma; and ,' ,i. Gayle and Nancy of Orlandoand of Starke will leave Sunday for 'ANNOUNCINGLADY

sisters, Mrs. W. H. Agn r, Mr*. "Paula Glllen: of Fernandina Is Rev. and Mrs. W M. Irvin of California where she will jdln her r .,

J. A. Hardwick and Mrs.. ) W. C.. spending;' this' week with Mr, and Alachua. husband who was recently Injuredin

pixon, and.families. Mrs. J. R. Kite. the Korean Theatre of war. The

KItiSold Joy Cooper of Orlando Is Sargenta will return here until he ( nE A T) I FAIR BEAUTY SALON

Mr. and Mrs. James Ritch and ,Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swlndall spending two weeks with her cousin Is further assigned. Mrs. Sar

son. Franklin, of the State Farm and son Anthony,.'are spending Byron Newcomb. I gent's brother-in-law, Pete Sar

visited Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon this week visiting friends. in Fort. gent will drive her to California UNDER NEW: MANAGEMENT

LASTS LONGER In Valdosta Ga. Sunday. Pierce Mr and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand and return by plane. They will Deb

family have moved out to accompanied by Mrs. Sargent's AND OWNERSHIP.:

Mr and Mr. John T. Clardy of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Kingsley Lake for the summer. sister Mrs. Ralph Miller of New

Wildwood spent part of their had as their guests on the Fourth Mexico who has been visiting her ----

honeymoon last weekend with Mr. Mrs. Mae Jones Mrs. Fannie Mrs. R. F. Prather and daughter parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pow

and Mrs. Carl Hunter. Wood and Mrs. Jennie Mae Petree, Sandra of Jennings La. are ell. MURAL GARDNERThe

all of Jacksonville. spending1 month with Mrs. Pra-

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown, Mr' Uier's mother, Mrs. Fay Gill. new ownvr-mnniiKt'r of the Lady Fair

and Mrs. James T. Moore and Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns tiff v><. llnruld IliinkH WalrouH, I'c
fondant .. Salon will Ix. To Serve Old
( 11,5 :s. Nf.zawlli'i Beauty Happy
children and Dr. and Mrs. T. G have as their guests this week Mrs. Mae .Edwards Is spending 1' '1'.. Appr.r.T'.liarold .

Ritch and son of Jacksonville are Mrs. Gracen Smith and daughter two months with her son anddaughterinlaw t'i.nks w'elrnp. homrenlilrntH CuHtomers untl will Welcome New Customer!
I and| adilroHM IH
spending this week at the Kincaid Martha Claire and Charles Pul- i Mr. and Mrs. E. lath "tat' reel, New York city. Now

cottage on Klnksley Lake. ley of Tallahassee :| M. Edwards at Daytona Beach, York PHONE tM-J
I You
are hereby nntirteil Ihnt
while her daughter, Mrs. W. B. i suit for I>lv..rv.., ciiKtndy and con.a
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Cre-vs Mr. and Mrs. W. i. Stiulstillj I Dowling Joins her husband at Fort tral of minor child hu. beon FOR APPOINTMENT.
filed .. ..I net In tha above
and their eon Billy visited Mr. and daughter; Cheryl Mr. and Mrs Monmouth N. J. named Court and cause ant you are
W, S. Rivers and other Wil- r* and Mrs. Albert Lee and Mrs. A. E. copy your ---------
nnnwrr or pU-nrllnif to the rnmpliilnt llirre'it. I lino for r\t-rlhlng
relatives In Aburndale for several cox spent the Fourth at Jacksonville -r[ Maj. and Mil"" R. G. Kldd, Jr on the rinntlff'n Alt..rnry T. Kri nlcLnnflrum. .
And 1li<- lime lo Mlit iilionlatlf'iiuu'o
day this week. Beach. and children of Fort Walton spent Htnrke Florida, and file
;i the orlirlnnl In the office of the Insurance for >'<>tirhunio
the weekend at their cottage on
i Clerk of the ton. t
Circuit Court on or and fiirnlnire In tliliunk.
John Leroy Mundorff of Starke Miss Lillian .Stump flew to Detroit Kingsley Lake and attended the fore tho dill day lOt Ailicilnl ID6I.olhorwtna '
It off It
recently received his Bachelor of Mich. Thursday to attend an Canova family reunion Sunday the alletfatlnna of Bald llon't pill lUll)
nmplAint. will tie taken a. cunf IH Ion Irate.
Aeronautical Engineering degreein army reunion of personnel from I Also attending the reunion and .im*>d t'v' )'011.

commencement exercises at the 24th Evacuation Hospital. She here for the weekend were Mr. and Thin. notice plash be publlahud
one. ench week for four conwe-utlve HOBBINS'7'11I
Georgia Tech. plans to be gone a week. Mrs. James Phillips of Macon. Ga. wveka In the Bradford County Tele-
and Mrs. Glenn Wood and childrenof :
"Tmii.l .
I ihlN Aral day .r JUlY list
1 Mr. and Mrs Clarence Campbell Mr'. and Mrs. G. R. Rogers and Zephryhllla. (OFKKIAI. PFA1.) A. J. Th.'inim.
I flrk nf the Circuit Court
of Kansas City, Mo. were guest! children of Gainesville spent the Hy Myrtle T Heavr, lifpuijI'IHI,'k CENERflLINVURONCf
Mrs. T. Friend of Mr. and Mrs. Jim c.c** cnuv MIITFREE
this week of Mr. and Mrs. Warren weekend with Mr. and ,ft n t a? ,
I Frank Landrum. Cooper, former residents of STORK OF VALUES f
XI IK Ilit tll'K4lIn <
Perkins Mr. Campbell Is assistant I Starke, will be interested to know ?
superintendent of the Kansas City' Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy hadi that they are moving from Jacksonville Florldai In ( .......,..

stockyards. i I their weekend guests, Mr. and to Gainesville where Mr.

Sold AtENTER'S Mrs. Lewis Mundy and daughter Cooper will be associated with anew 10-DAY SPECIAL

: Miss June Hall, !who'has beena Katherine of Laurens. S. C. Eu- I pharmacy near the University

DRUGS receptionist at the hospital clinic gene Mundy of Ware Shoals, S. C. !
NOVA DRUGS and their guests spent 411 'Bart
has The
>K'S : for about a :year, accepteda 1 Sharon 'Hall underwent an ,
GROCERY with Annis Builder'sSupply Monday at' Marineland.Mr. Miss 'f, df 11KCINS F Kilt A Y, JULY 6
ISTRUNK'S position appendectomy at St. Vincent'sHospital J

in Gainesville starting ., and Mrs. 1. A. Davis will :Monday and I III getting a KNDS SATURDAY, JULY 14

last Monday.ommunity leave July 13 to upend the remainder along nicely. Miss Hall' mother, ,

of the sumri( r at the Mrs. Shell Hall, 1 la staying with &tde

Gordon Hotel In Waynvllle, N. the TUlman Huttos In Jacksonville

IEaI: THEATRE ,r i during ment. her daughter's confine All Ladies' tI

Mrs. T. A. Steel and daughter,
STARKE the Mrs Cecil Sewell and sister '
Sandra of Gainesville spent I Hand Blown
and Don '
Miss Johnnie Bennett,
Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Guy DRESSES
Dedicated To C, Service I Sale at the Lake. Ray Tilley spent from Tuesday tc
Movie Are E!letter Than Ever" 'Thursday with the girls'' mother,

I Mr. and Mrs W. S. Wilder and Mrs. B. E. Bennett In Marianna. Formerly up 10< 1.J5
lurday, July 7 Sun., Mon. July H, 9 __ grandson, Phil Dennard. of Miami who suffereda
week Little Karen Bigg 1
of the
the early part
spent the r.
fILE! FEATURE with Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles. broken arm while playing
yard last week I Is getting along 99

Mr. and Mrs. C. 0: Partney ands I nicely. i iI ti .

daughters, of West Palm W I N tJ It''
i two
Mr. and Mr*. Don Champion left 4 y
from Thursday I{ I 1
Beach spent Monday for Staleaboro. Ga. where j *
through Saturday of last week train- TO EVERY I /
Mr. Champion I I. In Forestry
Stubblns the
( the R. P. lI
visiting e.
J. R. Kites and friends at State I Ing. Mr. Champion will go to J..ykl r ? -f r t
Island next week for further HOUSEWIFE

/ Farm. I Ii i training \before being assigned tc I Sties 9 to 52 li

Mrs. Morris Foster and daugh- a position with the Forestry Dlvi k WHO VISITS

there, Sandra and Donna, of Jacksonville slon. Mr. Champion will return SIIKKItS: : CKKI'KS. .: COTTONS: :'
her husband -
home next week and join
J. E.
of the
Travel I I iHlldebrands were. guests from Thursdays I II the following week. r OUR STORE SUN HACKS: and HKMHKKGS: :

IIOIAIII 0lal.ti..atll tOll5JOMIIIIDII MU"We Bit of Scotland" throug Saturday of last week. i Mrs. Robert Metzger will return

GI III1.U'IIIOUIIn "Orphan Duck- Carted NlNs I Tuesday from Bridgeport Conn. .

: 1III""I".' Mrs M. V. Johns and children )|' relatives LOT
'' where she has been visiting ONE
Tues., Wed. July 10.11.- are spending hfto week a* JacksonVIHe ,, home and Saturday July 6 and 7A
Beachvisiting Mr". Johns Sh; wes accompanied Friday Ladies'All f
- AND'.iI \ la 1JpSfAf mothers I by tier brothers; ;; Ernest Wengen-

who will Colors
roth of Stratford. Conn
umato n. DRAwir Mr. Harry Mooty and SANDALSIv.
- Mr. and spend two weeks here.

daughter Gerry, spent the Fourthat W. H. Graham I I. In Augusta LIMITED SUPPLY-
Lake Geneva with their cousins, new and exclusive dec
at the lat Ga. today, where his mother, Mrs homeGETYOURSEARLVf!
St. Peter
the Milton oration for your

ter. cottage. I J. H. GUI Ia I undergoing an opera- exquisitely designed and You'll want this FREEa t

) tion In an Augusta hospital. choice of colors. Adds gift so be sure to
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn Mr. and Mr*. Holcomb Kerns while ;

'".".- rf""il.laa-a1Y. and daughter, Miss :Mary Lynn) moved lat weekend into the Gay charm and grace to your the supply in early lasts. IV. 19
-.o of Wildwood -
a._ Elton Drlggers table
and Mrs. visitors of. apartment on West Madison St '.nlutely Free!

, Tuesday
of Fun- were were marriedon
Cartooa aolntry" a. Mr. and Mr. Kern
is ,ir' f rt4>on and M. F. Hawn. '
Serial Alao "Super Mr. and Mrs. Friday June 22 at Jacksonville -

- Latest New*. Rev. J. E. DuPre of Live Oak Beach and enjoyed a wedding ?
.(I''tl'3 _-" ..--..... Is visiting Mr. and Mrs J. H. Du- trip to :Miami. Mr. Kern. I Ia employed No Refunds .. No Exchanges and No

Fri. July 12. 13 rI Pre this week. ]I with the Bradford County I C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. Lay-Aicaus

, MoSu Edwards will return ___
to'a Darrell
t.p skier' Carl.-...-..na I weekend after spending 10TICB TO ArPE 'B .Starke, Fla. I
t know" home this Buddy I. Clrrmlt ('..'!. Br.<'..< CmumtTtFlorida II
:: \ his cousin
Yotelty. AK' AHL'1WmN'I two week with i !. < kan'err.An .
... t
- Edwards in Jackso vUle. *< A Mr"' W I I

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' PAGE .SIX. .. __..__.. .. __...___ -- -- I I MOllch, TO APFEIK ash. -
Jessie R Chastain I In (1r .11 "o..t. Drudforit. CoaMlr, "11111"C""r', .
il OUR Mr and MM Ira Chason and Flo..ldall. Ch..crr.
tI GENEVA A AROUND family of Green Cove Springs N. N<,iman Namlc. Plaintiff vs "d or t.
LAKE 1'10 "I
Merle! Miller Namle, IiefimlantIS .
a have been visiting here .... No un 1'10,11. ,
Alvin and Jean Hicks of Jack IS !. To A pesr. I Iviii
1 <>! < I
II'i' J DIARYIy Ily Illani'ho Cunningham aonvllle. spent lost week herewith To: Mnrli Miller Namle, whosere.dent In :!..
and In Vnknown ('II', ni"
e.nMre tI their grandmother, Mr. You are hereby notified that s day or IIeanll r
{ Sam :McGarvey Friends sympathize with Mri TSeale Mrs G. C. Cox. cult tor Plvorc has been tiled! 'ntaken
A ..ln.t In the above nametiCcurt .
( her huaba I I' HK
In the death of returned .
The author ulll be glad to rcnUe Bill Alderman has and cau e and you are required ThIn "
which occured In a Pala-ka He. Conservation to serve a copy of your an. once inchWeeks .
weeks encampmentat
Item or Lnt..nllt ronirrn- : Canning Plant Soil home after a the complaintnn ', '
pltal last week. Mr. Seals was a 4-H Club site Cherry Lake wrr r.rfhto\ : Attorney, Zacti ''n" Ii lid!.
Ing the a tit'I tic. of farmers In the Irraph.OFF'IA. u
lkI retired railroad man and camE Hits New High District SupervisorsTo H. PouKliiK. 60B-607 Lynch building,, ( r
Bradford. Cu. : near Madison. I
J1 + ulty. Suggestion may North Carolina fivE Jacksonville, Florida and file the II
berlrft at the Trlrft-raph office or here from to make hilt home,: In Food ProcessedActivity Be Elected Miss Lucille Hall la pending original In the office of the Clerk lie eI1y I I Ac L
inallfd to Sam years ago aunt in Jack of the Circuit Court on or before
McGartey, Lantey, I this week with her
Burial services were held at Abb reminded I the {3rd day of July, 1951 ] otherwise 1
Florida. at the local communlt;,, Eligible voters are sonvllle.I 1 the alterations of laid Com ;
.. vllle N. C. Saturday p.m : that two supervisors are to bE<, plaint will be taken as confessed by IY
canning plant hit a new high thl I Mrs. Sallle Hall of GainesvilleIs' Ctreedt Cn,
Guests of the T. M. Flnleys, 11, elected July10 for the Bradford I you. egll
Met the train at Jacksonvl e feed and coaxed the heifer Int Geo. Fair.. month according to V. R. Fergu I visiting her son, Angus Hall This notice shall be published John t 1 Murgon,
bright and early last Monday alt ; d shed and locked her up. It wasi Mrs Flnleys' brother, son. director. Altogether, som<,I Soil Conservation District. On< and family. once each. week for four consecutive nova his,gar nrf ndepj liOrder (
cloth of Columbus, Ga. and hel lis to fill a three year term and I weeks in the Bradford: County Tel.
greeted Alice and he r quite as simple as that thouj' I ; 18,039 cans were used during the!
Charles Hicks graph .
Mrs. ;
Mr.: and
brother-in-law and slater Mr. anll unexplrec I Of "
other to complete an
nephew John and niece Luetl t, for at one time, when Early an: d, Mrs F. W Hamrlck of Jackso'I month activities. I the moved on Monday to Gainesvilleafter Dated. this 20th day of June, 1951. App,.. puAilr" ". AatWnnnO5
who are visiting with us durliFop's ? ,g Toby were having a battle, All e With 490 women and 120 men two year stint months in (OFFICIAL SEAL) A cuithCourt: linrgq.liP PLot"
several WI
vllle. The two to be filled arc living for Clerk of the 139 I". 1':11.: on no
at the it lurn I ijtr..,
convalescence. Fop by th! e had to hide in back of some tree I. working plant D.putci.rktOTICR finial N" ,,,
Main Haven Crosby :
the R. O. Simmons house on Ky
way. Is doing fine at the Pa II But credit Alice with a good jol,, Mr. and Mrs I. J. Snow and lout 9077 number two cans and those of V. R. Ferguson, whose 6123 4t 7113 ,
Kimball Hospital Lakewood :1'\\r. and DOW we have Toby back ham e daughter, Dantttte; of Sarasota 8.962 number three cans. In ad. one year term Is expiring and St. Joy 4rrd, ,"- .' ,1 e;
spent Sunday with Mrs Snows Ila- dltlon to this shelled 3: George F. Flynn, who resigned at Mr and Mrs. T Thomas and Court and
to t they
J., and expects to be as good i e a I with us we're going try n TO APPEAR seeks alitTelrgrnph
ever soon. Alice was really glc.I keep her there. ter Mrs B Cunningham and tam bushels of peaa.Tomatoea chairman of the Board of SuperI family of Palatka were recent la Circuit ("...rt. Bradford Conn7' I
Count ly "Dad" Forsytho's condition re., were the main I visor effective June 1. Ferguson dinner guests of the J. W Homes Florida In ('kanrrrr.Vlrirlnln In next r, i I' W
to get home In Bradford :r crop Cannot Wilson, Plaintiff, Wltno-.,
again and enjoyed especially ue Jay and Harold Eunice an..I mains the name. He Is floW In a canned but fordhooks, peas, beans I has been nominated for re-elec Mrs, R. D. May and baby, Mel- v*. UtTtham Wilson, efcnlant, ""01 at .-ttai15lh

ing her friends, our animals, In. Sam. stood looking at our air..I nursing home in Jacksonville.Walter corn, peaches and meats were also tlon ody, spent Monday and Tuesday Case .Vo. 8494 19(1OFFICIAI
eluding old mutton chops Le, '. feeder pigs trying to guess the r I Forsythe and two chIt !- large Items. The voting will take place In the in Starke at the home of Mrs. %..tire, To App..... ( {I'\I ..

The youngsters are getting se -J Weights, and finally they Sent t I dren returned to their home 1 InI From now on the plant will be I county agent's office In the court May's slater, Mrs R. C. Barks ,[lenie.T : Ftettham In Unknown Wilson and whim who. rel Poet By haven h, ,
Miami Saturday after two week house between 0 a. m and 5 m., Orrk"[ Addrens In General Delivery, (Chas ,
tied in Florida and like it ver f John back to the feed shed for E I open only on Tuesday and Thursday p. It. lie ,

much. We hope to find the tlm."), Hack to actually weigh the pigs visit with his parents, Mr. and from 9 a. m. to S p. m. The I July 10 Anyone eligible to vote dale.Mr. and Mrs Douglas Hardy and Bronx You Matlnn"are' hereby, .New notified York, N.that'Y. a Attys IIUilding. for. .1.I'

to take them around so that the),. At age of five months the hca\ Mrs R. Forsythe who accompanied new hours had to be Imposed be- In general elections under the Con- been

can see Bradford County. | lest one weighed only a little ove him home, but have now returned cause the legislature failed to provide stitution and Statutes of Florida Mr.four Hardy's children mother have in GainesvilleA visiting .

e e i 00 pounds, and Harold got a lot any funds for fuel and labor and a landowner in this district
.1 I of .watchloj In last This is eligible to vote. number of
Their first experience, practically of satisfaction out and he showed us bow to make i e a the session. forced Hampton young
was chasing woods hogs whit! I Sam squirm. But no matter wha for her. Made it and Tob;; the plant to operate on the stricter ladies attended the bridal shower V

} have been making life miserable they weigh, off to market they; busted yoke It very shortly because w< schedule Farm Scrap Metal of Miss Mae Hall at Theressa on
a for can't keep them dur Friday night. Hampton friends also
, for ua. The beaten up things bus did not have strong enough roa-
t Ing the next two months waltlnj Fine I Urgently Needed attended the wedding of Miss
in here regularly and have prac. terlal. But when we fixed it, wi VegetablesStriking
for the field corn. Get so dls Hall and RItch Saturday -
Jimmy on
kitchen garden In Defense Effort
, tlcally ruined the think It will work. FULLY
tomatoes.! "WhlI couraged with hogs sometimes night at the home of the Rev. EQUIPPED
especially our CHad evidence of the productivity -
I don't you shoot them" severs. that we wish we had never got letter from i of Bradford County Soil Farmers, industrial leaders and Merle Packham In Theressa.
I all. But delightful
the business at
people have aaked us, and to tell into hog In was given recently by two fine exhibits owners of' automobile "graveyards'
t' we're stubborn, and we'll either reader of the Telegraph living the most modern and efficient .
do mad enough of Bradford equipment
: the truth you get BOrne brought to the Telegraph County were
who offered ua SUPER MEAT MARKING INK.
with them or go Sanford
k'' to do so. But we have a law which make money 'modeltlyaeked asked by the Federal Government available to the profession is
and office. Richard Lablne Guaranteed
sound advice, brought to conferra to U. 8.
Is supposed to take care of the broke! I very that we not mention her In a mammoth carrot which he said this week to cooperate in relieving Dept. of Agriculture regulations.I used by this funeral home In maintaining .

44 duration, and If the iiogs aren'tImpounded close will not, but what she the present nationwide short oc. bottle 7 Ie. Bradford Cauatyrelegrapb. :' its wall' known standard of
.. 'they should be, We really have to ke.p a name. We better L Is a fair sample of the vegetables age of scrap supplies at steel
would do Service.DcWITT .
stock these days, that we
they will probably be killed on watch on our said was little easier,, frown In his garden, and John mills so that the national program
of screw- take life a
for have case to
the hard road anyway. So we'renot we to try to heed Mathewa brought one stem bear. o( rearmament could be carried
this time In Porky. the will certainly try
kill them shoot worms, and we
going to by Trouble Is, if we ng six tomatoes having a total nut
big sow which I* about ready to her kind words. C. JONESPhone
and In case the
Jog or poisoning, Inventories of Iron and FREE !
Treated It promptly, It easier, how will we manage weight of two pounds. scrap
bring pigs. take ,
to buy .
owner thinks we're going:;. son steel at the nation's-200 mills and 7 Starke, Fla.
but even so lIS. few short days to keep up with expenses.Almost
until certain Prompt FREE Removal .
Iftern, .h* can wait a I Toundarles are "dangerously law", ,
do awful lot 1 I
screw-worms can an t Tractor School
hot place freezes over.A of damage. Think. {,hat during thisseason officials of the Department of of Dead, Crippled & Worth.. Funeral Director Ambulance S nio|
neighbor Is having the aame stepped! on a snake Commerce said, and unless scrap less Cattle Horses Mules
trouble, and when he protested to : we'll have to'try to Inspect which looked to Sam like a rat Begins July 10 supplies are appreciably expanded Our local,funeral home enables us to offer convenience i

the owner that the hog were !Id all our) Animals more* regularly tier. Shot It, and next day while At Farmers Market within the next four months the & Hogs services not otherwise available.
and more clonely.; And 1 Its I makes It doggoned ,
treated It about heel Call
his oat field the owner it telling a neighbor production program faces a 132, StarkeWE
of what
.. a joke and said: "No wonder ue shudder to think If there wasn't another one Farmers were reminded this lerious crippling threat..

they look so poor!" That fellow must have been like killers before to use lolka almost under my foot. Neighbor week of the three-day tractor I I As evidence of the seriousness ALWAYS COME 1 We furalsb the highest type service at lowest price, i

Thought he was smart saying that, had screw-worm. said It was a chicken snake. school to be held at the Farmer's 'of the situation the commerce department Florida Renderers accept AM 1 life insurance policy in force, lamed by 1\

; but you can bet your life that he Had a brief visit by Lawton e Market, north of Starke, July 10 pointed out that two company, as payment la part or In full on a funeral

didn't make any new friends! Crawford who wanted to see our For all the good It does we through July 12. large producers' recently were INC. Consultation carries no obligation.

the mean time, we can take our big registered boar, Red He had might as well stop planting. Sow Subjects to be dealt'wlth In. operating with less than two-day
i troubles just like anyone else, indigo, and supply of and that most
some nice things to say about ed a field of hairy' Include lubricants and lubrication scrap
' and we'll get our place so hog nothing but weeds came up, and fuels and carbureatlon, batteriesand other mills have less than two- .
Red, and also about Toby. -- -- ---- -
tight eventually that the doggone planted some turnips with same ignition systems, valves and weeks supply compared with a

Y& things won't be able to get in or A pleasure, too, to have Claude result. The motto, "If at first you valve adjustment gas saving techniques normal 60 day or larger Inven

outl ./ e. .. and Adelaide Crowson (of the don't succeed, try, try again'muat. operating speeds and tory.The

|I' *-' Telegraph staff) come and see us have been written for a loada and many others. department urged residents

Had a note from Mrs. LeClerc I and our place. As luck would have farmer by a seed merchant I The program la under the sponsorship of the'county to "spot" scrap ironor r !

advising us that we were very 'I it our huge herd of six heal of of the Veterans-On-the. steel and then call their scrap SPECIAL
Leo's next to dealer so that it can be moved and
very wrong In clipping cows.and calves gathered hear about lightning Farm Training Class but every I
j and asked us to please tell everyone the barnyard to be ahown off. Sorry the J. C, Sapp. farmer within traveling distance reprocessed to speed up the defense
that it. Is not a good idea to, striking near knocking their water Is Invited. j effort. ONE WEEK ONLYSUPPLY

clip a dog's hair In Summer time.We Cot quite a kick out of diggingour place and and kill
certainly are glad to pass this first peanuts. While over in pump out of commission LIMITED ORDER TODAY I I
4 ing a sow We haven't lost a sow C. Gray Sr. have returned to
for what It la to see I
; message along the corn field, we dug know
that way yet, but we sure Tampa after enjoying the past
occurred to us Dixie Runners
worth,' for it never whether any of the
'4 that anyone in his right mind were doing anything, and how they feel about the water HAMPTONBy weekend here, v'sltlng' their new 1951 MODELSEWInG

would do what we do. In fact, with I iI were aurprlaod to find that they pump! Mr. M. Q. Sweeney est grandchild, Baby Valerie Gray.

I due modesty, we can well claim are making some nuts. Then went I I Norma Jean Jones had as her

that if a person did opposite as a over to the Hedge grass field and Heard that Henry Tanner bred I I guest lost week her cousin, Jean

practice, he would make out fine. tried the Valentias, we have there his grade sow to Gene Eunice's Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Day and I Jernlgan of Clearwater. They report -

:n 1 Anyhow, after we got the note. and found that they will be readyIn registered Spotted Poland China Mrs. Inzle .Morrow left Saturday some fine swimming and

i' eked Leo about It (and he should'I i about two or three weeks boar. Bet Henry gets some fine for their home In Plant City after I I fishing trips! ) mRHID'EWITH (

know) and he said that ho was Guess well have a "pinder blllng" P'K"' spending week here with rela Mrs. J. F. Johnson left last week

..n'. glad we did clip hla hair as itl but to tell the truth we prefer e tives. for a months vacation with her
facilitates flea hunting! 1 1 roasted and salted. I daughter and family in Patter. _
peanuts visitors Rev. and! A MOTOR MADE BY THE FAMOUS
The weather has been hot and Sunday of I son, La.Joyce. / oNLxDELCO
with some relief Mrs. R. C. Gray Jr. included Mr' I
and Now that ewe have Toby backahe' sultry this week DIV. of GENERAL MOTORS
Sam puzzled, and fretted Miss Beal with her ACME
from afternoon thunder show and Mrs J. T. Leaving, Ar- grand.
about how fence-jumping half. 10 DAY/
and worried ( our
planned, era. Best to get out early and try mesa Butler and Wayne Ward of mother Mrs. J. E. Adkins have
back half-Brahman), big prob-
he was going to get Toby Jersey, to get work done in the field be- Tampa. Ml* O. W. Butler of Tam- returned, from a visit to Tampa TRIALPLAN
home, and then Alice (just like a lem Is how to keep her back. .
fore that hot sun gets you. pa, mother of Mrs. Gray, Is spending Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Piper of
t, wife) just went out with a little I Talked to Harold Eunice about it this week with her. Rev. .Jacksonville, were Saturday dinner

.0 Clad to see Bunt Crews up and Gray's parents Mr and Mrs R I guests of their aunt, Mrs.Don't .

around again after his terrible .
ordeal resulting from an automobile '- --.

aaiirr smashup, Hope- he'.will recover t. sss
completely and be as good ac Let Scrap Waste Away, Sell

|wv\Cfor| | your moneyin new again. e 'e Ii I It to Aid Defense, Farmers Urged

Looked at our 'Ill-fated runner -,
patch and could find no plants at ; ; i ., jIf ,
POWER and : :: ; } :. > t I Tear settles
and all. More work expense 4 ". .... t --,
CROWD nothing to show for it. Just some- .>: Bi riiU

thing to remember when someone ,t t'"t fI Trade-In
,,< liberal
tries to buy berries for next to afil' \":"- %
1PEREORMANCE nothing! .' Allowance

'. c+ 1 4? .,1

I 4Z Took an afternoon off, and

drove over to St. Augustine with
Mom, slater Ruthle, John and

Luetta. The youngsters enjoyedthe

drive and got a kick out'ol

the city and the ancient fort.


Tank spray gun is on the frill

and Sam Is having a time trying

v to repair It. Trouble la the wash

r el elS ; er is shot, and like most.thlngi I
i 1"l' made today It is made aU In one aftt +

piece and thus nonrepairableNow

we have to buy a new one e
That may make for better bual -
ness, but it does not make sense Peeler
to the guy who has to buy.

For most in mileage for your gasoline dollar- Having some wonderful feasts Will steel I Old tools, wornout parts of $ 95
sweet corn from our third That depends to 19 .
tractors, trucks, cultivators and
611 tank with GASOIINE
let CROWN .
your Have only four long whether
planting. other Implements; broken and discarded
a powerful motor-fuel that sells at no premium rows of It, but that Is enough foi Committee and steel scrap pieces of metal and other
I us and some to aell on the Road on scrap should be taken to town C
and is suitable for the of Next we hope tc Scrip of SEE COUPON: BELOW \
price, entirely majority stand. year ln.t:lute. and sold right away to the local
stretch our sweet' corn seasor crap dealer. Every pound of
the cars on the road today. It's continued lead. even longer by having more vital Thousand material* of .scrap which comes back to steel

ership- year after year proves CROWN GASOLINE plantings. are Idle In mills helps to make two poundsof
and new steel, on the
e some of it average. '-
your bets buy in regular-grade gasoline. Did not get a check of the I says the Coma. If the scrap is unusually bulky,

1 aweet corn which we treated with, promptly sell preventing its easy transportation - -1

mineral oil. Thought we would local scrap by the farmer, the scrap dealercan ACME VACUUM STORES. INC;

when we put It in the deep freeze, moved to steel 41'I be called or the local farm 408 W. Fonyth St.

but Alice was away so Sam just equipment for the and agent can be asked to work; out I Jacksonville, FloridaI I

I sold the corn and so did not see' items. All an arrangement
11 how were worm-free. But scrap "Farms are one of the big I
-whether a Without obllll'ation. the I
from what we did see, it works, bushels or a ton sources of scrap" says the Com- I wonderful would like a FREE home demonstration of
\.... fine. Farmers will mitt,. "Never have farmers hada .NEtV PORTABLE Sewing Machine $19.93. !
1M H. (U} D) ALVAREZ SERVICE STATION by the sale of greater stake in the nation's : :
Ave. & Call Sta. Stark Name Ii I
Temple help strengthen steel output. -------------_-- -------------_- -------_______----_--
L. F. DIN KINS' SERVICE STATION Alice Is very busy now putting r Each day about More scrap from farms means J Address

Temple Ave. & Pratt St, Starke corn, Fordhooks,'peaches, etc., I Ii, purchased scrap more steel."This I. ----------------------------------------------------
the deep-freeze. It's hot to d HARRY II. HOUSTON'S SERVICE STATION work like that now, but make, \pills are be allowed to waste away.There ----MI --------- State ---------____---

Flu 83 Starke I believe later on.the food won't be welcomE Pisn liSp. ever rate before..L' and- States no place today.for"waste) In the United J I If-R--: Send Specific; Directions. J

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Speaker Scheduled I ;me of mailing. I I JIM I It Atil\ x HI! 'hHrtll- Plullitlff. \'. i th ri'illl'lff'-" i .1 I I r. nil d ' ,
I I N. ''K I K Hi, bat." Mefi edam. 1'I..tll"0. Ji I Faith i it -i, K'' "Psi i i' ", p olnlltf
OUR \_ Most of the shipments by mall 110,. N. i.08,,. Hinrk.PI, .,rida. and '!I').' tli. ., ,H ,i" i ,, 1..1. I ii J" ]li d.v ,r Juno, test ."i." rti, ,' ,H-i.tdy' >f mlror"
TabernacleRev both air and surface do not require < ,.lrr To ,pp.... In the .ffl.o .if the i IIMW .r th"< 1F'F'I' i.M. .LAi.i; A J Th..m. nhllrtr.it jnd aron.Mitl, iulfabl relief
Y '"n i "IK I h."i.huidfled thm a "I'lnult", C.urt rni., (hi,> ",'ilida I'I,>.rl> "r ui.' 'n, till ,I'nurt. I rbndh.rd' '" D an export license because, mil. hr ni\i or: has been riled nf July, tiftl, nthcrwlnn ih.' al l- H\ Its' ro I'maltv.puty! f'lerk 1"II'h i '> thin tntitT ,in h 'Jtt
9 they come within the category ol ftKuinMu' tn the shove named gallons of. said Complaint will betaken 1,29! 4t 7,,20 four weekly, leMueeWltnem
gift parcels that do not exceed )2:! <':;:uri' Hurt cnnee. anri you are : aa confnanad by you I I mr hand and "" ,gal
qiiliid l.i nerve a ropv of your nIHW.T I This notice shall he publishedonre In f Irrnlt. renrt. nntHloH Coot, anal. at Starke.. Florida th'* June
In value. Such shipments are permitted cr pleading I to the complaint ,' each. week for four oonaenitlve Kl.irldei I. thmirrrr.KIlEAheth .
on Ill,- 1'Ulntlff. Attiirney. xsrh }1. Bradford County. Trio. I 11th. 1911OFFICIAL.
without license to all countries weeka In the I K Phillip. Plaintiff. v.
r>i'Muln.. mit-iinT Lynch BnlMlnir .raph.Hated. hall (1 rilllllpx, Dif.'nrtuntr ( SRAI.: ) A T Th f oae,
2r" except China and North Jm-kxntMllle.. Klorlrtn. and file the 6801Ilyd. An Clerk. of lalil. >urtBy
of June I 111 I No
thin Slut day e :
At The TabernacleDuring Korea. orliclllHl In the office. of the. Clerk ) Have Crosby. Deputy C *.'k,
Church (OFFICIAL "I AI.) A. J Thomas .. Of rHhllollnit "f .
Olrrnlt .
|list fotirt on op before the .., 204-05 CiuaiantyI.lfe .
Chai If.
It. :
the Clerk of the ('lr"1I11"r'' 1'.1
Nevertheless, from now on iinih ilny of July 1951 otherwiselht Appear. KTVIK or "', .>IU'"%
: : : Ily Haven Crosby Deputy "rierk8'2a Du II tail' il VliiUiitx wh'.ea residence'
the week several itlU'trntlonn of;
past mual enUI'
Church mailers of such packages fnmnlHlntwill '
3L t Methodist IF h,. taken I'ltnreHNttit 41 T iM and .irtitr.-, ,i- I'"ltll'wn, a. I
Invites you to at.followlng groups from Penney Farms and V mark them in the manner prescribed Thin notice BM cloth he. ptiollxhert hy you.. Y'i" ii.' t i"I".d i"i i I I' npprar on Attr ear rif. e'':> 4i 1 t

dlally aervlces ol Green, Cove Springs have visited above11'1'IrFI'1'll. otii.i. ..ai'h week. for tour ronnerutlve. >TIC'M' TO U.U 7120't :t''
f July 8 the Tabernacle to .see the famous w ...'U... In the Hrmlforrt County Tele- In f'I...." Court, llrartlord (unntr,
Sunday rnphT'liert l<'l..rlrini In t haneerr.Mary .
on at 8:43: : oil painting, "The Feast of Belshaazar" wr ITU:tit Ihl. 2Tth rtav of June, 19B1OKKMIAt. l
, hoot begins In I'lrrnll f...... Hradfurd Coat r I Wlnkler rialnllff. v's fhail.nFianrla
] | ( NK\r) A. J Thomiin.Clerk XVInkU'r Pefondant.Ca ATTENTION
I If a ,
morning with flitrldni In < hNnrerr.Klm l
'day I: .>r V. HnnmT. Plnlnllff, 'vs, of the Plrrult Ponrt .e N" r.01
age group. Visitors to the Friday evening; 'hnrlotti lnnntir, Pef>mlant.C H> Haven. Cronhy Deputy Clerk i' \cIre Tn "Pp_..
very G. Mitchell will service Included Mr. and Mrs. Dan .... .No. 8309Nolle 612" It 7iO| ,i i01irn I Tn: ('hnrlca Kran-l Winkler' ?, TOBACCO GROWERS

onla8 at 11 a. Boree of Jacksonville and on Sun *..To tppnar. re.l l V : T/l 41rnvnIn whose rraldenca In IMA Kaat fl6th
"??, morning T .h'linnn..r.. \ whose Irrnlt. Court llradforil Cnuntr, Street, I"rnuk lyn. New York.Vou .
sermon topic "A Cure day Rev. and Mrs. Harry Giles: drill. and addri-Kii .la 84 Second Klorhlnt' In t.hanrery.William are hereby notified that a Let Us Write Your
SIH' ", IlarrlHiin Now! York. unit for nivorre, runtody. .and L ..n.
Special music will be and Navy guests, also of Jackson Y u .,r,. hr.'hy notified thatsuit II Miller Plaintiff \*. I.on.ni trot of minor child haa be..n filed
filed Iliiniiihrpv allan. I.onle. llumphrevliinikiton ; : I
been nam.dl
the Senior and villa tnt Plvorit Inia ntciilntit I you In the above ,
both ,
by ..ln. In the .b..y. name t
iK y., Court and cauxe and you ar' t> I I HAIL INSURANCE
'are A beautiful baptismal service ,- and -aui" and you are ra- Mlllni. i'findant.. gushed to serve a ropj* nf \ it anNuir .
and Intermediateyouth Sunday afternoon '!1IIh'p" ,t.n .,.rvv "ropy| of your anW.M Cam' No. S4SO or pteadlnv to the < :umplnl;;; l'i* i
was performed .
!lor Nnil 10'" Top .
vr pleading' In lh oomplalntn | ar.To on the IMatntirf'x' Allorn j' llnSHld.n >
Fellowship willp immediately following the Bible I '. the l'lnlnllff'Itrnpy., T. l..nnli- Iliimplirvy allaa I.imU Sehlen Hullilinic. ,. Ki"n MclnStrwet .vow Before You Need It
for a special pro School hour. Kiank tjindruin. Slark. Kloflda. llinnphi.if' liiink i,.," alia l.nnla Pavtonn Heaoh Klorldn, and. -
m Francis R. Georgia reg 'mil fit.. i In. orlttlnnl In tli" ntn,'" lliMiiphi ,i Mill.-. ....,".,. rexUlencaami file the iirltrlnal In the "fri, ..
I 'The Hymns of the Friday, July 13. at 7:45;: I Is the istrar of Southeastern ..f llnc 'l.ik of I Ihi- I'lniill Court oni niii. ,.e. I. fnktiown Clerk. ..f the Circuit court "n .I i'lh"1 ,
i Mitchell will preach Bible .i L..f"i, .. th<- :lOt h rtnv of Jiilv, \951! I y'I .11.,. h.ii-hv n.lin-d that A' far. the nnth day of Jill) Every Branch of j7
Mr service at time set aside for the Southeastern School Birmingham Ala., will .1 10.1,iui I." .. the nllricnllonii of *aldnitilnini : suit r. I Aiiniihiii.nl, hex been riledns1.I I otherwise the allemitliMis, "r .aidC'implaint
"jay Evening Bible Team from Birm 'speak at the Gospel Tabernacle < ," will bi- taken as i-r>nfenat'l .i i'u. In Hi.' .,b"v.' named ulll be tak'ii, aifi u
the subject, "The Re- hv you II'''iii'' And' ,...111*. sad. vii err r>- >"*e.1 l b,' you' INSURANCEH.
II ingham. Friday night. 13 7:45 ThU niitu-r Hhiill. lie i>ul hi ih's doniw .
July at : .. ,
Following .. I ''In""r' K spa, "f your .n.I' This nll. Khntl 'I" puMUh'din.
Discipline o'clock rsrh, week for four rnnseeutlys "' ,.1 I pU'iulinir . .
He will be accompaniedby I. lb ''''Ilnl"tI eai h week fi'l I t' 'III" Itlve
will be Tele-
service there \ 'kii In the Hrnilfonl musty
g Presbyterian Church a student group. KrntillPiilpil" I
hour for all young .Ittne, 1551.OKB'IC'IAI. I
IP tills !7lh day of
Southern is one of the outstanding ( .. PK\I. A J Thi>nia.. '
Gi>o. McMoxter Supply 1'asior' Bible Schools of the South. Clork of Hi. rirrull ('...ort. Ill ALVAREZ' STORE .ssaarcs.lt 111111I AGENCYI'LKASE ,
,Idren's Story Hour will H)' Its van (Crualiy.. IHMMIIV Cl -rk. C. WALL
rd on Wednesday, July Sermon topic for Sunday! morn T21 4t 718II'tll | I .

In the Methodist ing 11 a. m.The New Birth' St. I llfi t
H) a. m. Edward's CatholicRev. Fl: 'niii-:111 IMIONE
,,1 Building. During the Sunday School 9:43: a. m. In Iroull f'i...re. llrailfiril. 4'oitntr.I
the leader for the Friendship Class 10 a. m. Francis J. Dunleavy; pas l-'lrlilnt In (hnncprr,
July Janli.. llnatrli'i Miiln.y :l1..V. Plain\
Hour will be Mrs. Youth Fellowship 7 p. m., Sun : tor. tlff. V. Adolph May, Defendant. Constant Service Over JO Yearn ,I
Sunday Mass at 9:13:: a. ni. Cur No. 8510
inter All children be- .. ... .
ages of 6 and 12 are Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. > To.1., Adolph Tpirar.MHVho4a reMt
invited to attend. I night at 8 o'clock. Confessions Saturday 5:00: to nml Yon nililrenii Arlh..r..hv. la. I'nknoun. notified. that a I

favorite chapters of Picnic and monthly meeting ol 6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30 P. M. Miff. for nivorre and rentorallon ofnnlden !

he Friendship Bible Class-Friday Children's Catechism Classes, ". name hn.I..pn flleilnvMlnut -
with us each Wednesday In the nhove named WATCH IlEHUlI.DINf;
July 6th-6 m. at the Kingsley Saturday 10:00: a. m. you
p. .
'oitrr anil. and ara ranulred -
m. in our regular rauiie you
; p. We Lake home of Mrs. William Dowl- Adult Religious Instruction In fierve. a ropy nf your an..w..r 120 Court St. Starke, Fla.
Prayer Meeting. Ing. courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., nr plendlnir lo. the complaint
,. the Ihlrd chapter of nn the plnlntlffa Attorney. T 'ipeach
Vacation Church School July tad by special appointment.LAWTEY. "'rank fanilrum Htarke., Florida
,n Wednesday evening >nd rile the nrlKlnnl In the. office.
9th through 13th at the Church.All "f the I'lei-k of Ihe Clrrult( Court on
children between ages of 4-12 .>'r before the. 3nth dRY of July IB3I:
..therulne. the. alienation of aaldfi.miiliilnt
are welcome. The school will be will be taken an ronfeimM .,,'
ian Church held from 9:30: to 11:30: each by you. family Out of Town for Vacation? ice cream
Thla( notlra ehall be 'pubtlahedince
istor, Rev. Homer Swings morning. L. II. Futch Serb. week for four rotlperiltivaweek
a warm welcome to Joint meeting of the Session -- In the Bradford County Tele- Make Your Summer Headquarter.

at and Board of Trustees Monday Brnph.Hilled. ; at theGUIDON _
to worship
everyone this Z7lh dav of Jun., I9S1.OFPICIAt. .
Mra. M. B. Plummer of Miami .
Christian Church who July 9 at 8 p. m. at the Church. (: I'II' AI.) A. J. ..hnm..., .
was attending to business in Law. Clerk of the. Circuit Court
urch choice already. tey last weekend. By Haven ('.".by, Deputy. Clerk. GRILL Its a Hr for July

services begin at 10 a. Church of God G. W. Roberts Sr. was a business 1128| 4t 7120
Bible School C. W. Colrrlntendent 'ull.f I'M'
visitor to Jacksonville one OTU''': TO PPRn EAT AT THE REST .
and classes 8th & St. Clair 3tt. !. rirrnlt ........ If......* t'..nlf,.
day last week. Klnrldal !.. C..a.....,.. FQRGF.T Tilt REST of
yone. Worship services Sunday School 10 a.m. Mr. ana Mrs L. H. Futch accompanied M.trcaret Klliabeth: niu.ek. Clavalraa. 4: j9 k-F- fresh flavor | ieyGeergU

11 a. m. Lord's Supper Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m by Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Plaintiff., v. onldaa tlavalyaa. Deendant. OUR 50c LUNCHEON IS STILL THE BEST FOOD (Y,-
peAche. .
) Sunday morning. BUY IN AMERICA!
every Service 7:30 Walters attended the Laymen's Cane. No. S51IAtle
should miss this aa ; p.m _...
stlan the Methodist % To %p > ti
Conference at
vital! part of every Chrta- T. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m To: Ijennlila Davalyan.. whoaaresidence i creamy-smooth and III
Thurs .
church In Gainesville on and addrean IP link nown
eo" the pastor said Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m You are. hereby notified that a ... -- .. ,
day of last week. .. ... Enjoy it often-
services begin at 7 putt far Divorce and rentoratlnnnf ) ., delicious
og p. Mrs. H. C. Kelley. who Is at. Malden Name ha. been filedntcnlnnt

1 i Young People's Service St. Mark's Episcopal tending summer school in Tallahassee you In the. above. named for horn dessert and In a refreshing
Court and cause. and you are required !
Service at 8
ingelistic p. spent the weekend with to ne.ve. a copy of your answer Back'Will
E Lord's Supper is also Sunday July 8--9:43: a. m. Sunday her family.Mr. or pleading' to. the. complaint 'The Road tundje or soda at your

!'or those not present Sun. School. 11 a. m. Holy Communion and Mrs. Joe Shuford andson on Frank the. Landrum Plaintiff STarke Attorney., Florida T.

ilnf.: Rev. Fred Yerkes. Kenneth of St. Augustinewere and file. the orlvlnal In the office he the pastor's sermon favorite fountain!
of the Clerk of the. circuit Court on Nile at I K
today evening at 8 p. m weekend guests of his par or before the 30th day of Julv U51Iotherwise Topic Sunday p. m.

\s Prayer Meeting time,,, Church of Christ exits Mr. and Mrs. John ShufordJ. the alienation of aaldConiblnlnt ..
will h. taken aa oonfe**
dy beginning on the Book M. Edwards and son Jimmyof ed hv FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
iiii "Let's all be present I Corner 10th and McMahon\ Atlanta were recent guests of Thl you.notice ahull. he. puhll.he,1once 1

first chapter as It is very Bible School-10 A. M. relatives.Mr. ...k.each. In the week Bradford for four County iNinaecntlvwe Tel.. HOB GRAY, Pastor I 7Jortlell

nf" the pastor said.' ; "Theof'1l1errgtlteoua' Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30 and Mrs. James Phillips of lI'.nph.P..p,1. till. 27th day of .Ilinn, IMtOFFICIAT. Bible School 10 AIM.;: N.T.U. 7 P.M.: ,' CAtI I

[ 'ftValTethThat's P. M. Macon Ga. .were weekend guests ( .. .. SKAf.) A, "". ,
what we need to reai Prayer Meeting and Bible Study of his Mr. and Mrs. O. J Clerk of the rb rultLrult Court.
children of God." each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Phillips.parents Felmon Redd came with Fly Haven CroKby. Deputy 612" It clerk 11n COME: : AND IIRINC ALL 01Till'; FAMILY ICE CREAMI

Everyone welcome.PENTECOST.L them and Is spending the sum- NURSERY OPEN: AT EVERY SEIC VICE.; "' Sill P.M.'i .
II OF JKSl'S, NOI'MITO: tPPFnlt u.e.. "O IMARI* HAftMOrlllS wM/a M.e". .We, fd
CHRIST Phillips. .. _
mer with Danny In f'lreult Ci...'. Hrailforil CountyFlorldai .
TF.R DA SAINTS HOUMCSS10th Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs I. <.anncrrr.Dr. .: ". I I

We Temple Call Street. St. and Temple Ave. W. H. E.Jward.were Mr. and
School Morn- Mrs. Rex Mixon and children and ..........,.. --
ay every Sunday'I Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; ,....... -,., -" -- .
Jg 10 a. m. Sacrament Servo, lngWorshlp 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Miss Ada Edwards all of Jackson Seymour R. MarcoOPTOMETRIST 1 i

'J p. m. A cordial Invitation, Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ville.\

led to all. I velcome Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown were : z<'. r a

. in Mrs.Gainesville Lambeth on Monday.of Winter Park Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Ouner! NO TIRE i. '

was the weekend guest of the J. a

P D. Robinson family. 121 W. Call St.

Victorious Life Bible Rally Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Jr. Ph. 219 Starke, Fla. 1 t )

and children of Ocala were week IS' BLOWOUT-PROOF 1s s
Mr. .
j Sponsored By end guests of his parents

Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Sr. .

SOUTHEASTERN BIBLE SCHOOL I Mrs. Bennett Green of NewOrleans

La. Is spending sometime ti. "
' Birmingham Ala. here with her mother, Mrs. Let Us Thoroughly .:- TM rsit's
J. S. Eunice Sr. who Is sick. occu ;

Inspiring Music Stimulating Testimonies Mayor O. J. Anders and Mrs Mrs Wash Your Clothes When a b'o-out' whee''
vacationing the
Anders are f
A Messarge to Meet Your Needs Ander sister In San Antonio 9 Ponnde' drop o Ifia

,-II.. .tf Texas. Little Billy Anders II sudd !
with his brother For 40c! the
the time disaster
Featuring STUDENT DUET GROUP spending Ii
, James In Palatka until hi FREE Bleach If Desired ITempla I cause ... _

:I .parents return. Aye. Start' that !!! "" :" '! '-'.:

Mesa Senle Prevatt of Plant : .
;E./'lrr ?-'
3NGBRIDGE CHRISTIAN CHURCH City ia visiting her graa iiother O / r1I

Monday, July 9, 7:45 P.M. Mrs.The Seni Junior Prevail.BTU of the First *

Baptist church was entertainedwith We Win! ( ; -ff \

HAMPTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH a social and supper on the v ,

Tuesday July 10 7:45 P.M. church grounds Monday night Dry Your Clothes .*". "'''' Q;..
with the leader, Mrs. J. P. Wyrick ..
For 20c
Rev. Fred Dodd aj hostess. .
M. Dmkltu
Mr. and Mrs W. Orl.nl 1
tm N- Automatic
DON'T MISS THIS MEETING and son. Andy, of Gainesville GOOOfiE4R.

were weekend guests of her parents

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Browu- '. .

Ing.Mrs. T. C. Edwards and son The Washeteria WITH _
Gainesville HARMLESS
Carl. spent Sunday in MAKES BLOWOUTS

( From where I Sit .by Bob Graj!r with the L. L. Wainwright family, '

Mrs. Wainwright U Mrs. EdwardsaUs. SAFEYYTUBESHERE'S :


Frank Jones and children 5s1aI
Some Things Are Better were business vlsilors to GalnesvlUe I YOUR LIFE
on .. .
Ann Gardener of Gainesville cam WANTED to BUY I

Dry home with them for a short visit Ordinary lubes have .' UfCuord tubes hav*

PULP WOOD : 7 two air chambor la
with air chamber.
I only on>t
L. H. Futch accompaniedby COB ol a blowout only
When tire blow the
John chamber
ani Miss outer

'"* every body ekes to Me They know however that son Mrs.'httten of Lake Buller, were business and Pine Timber tube bbn, too. Without 0< thee .... -V 50
"Ow uae. hu. common senSe beverage alcohol In the tune of visitors to Lakeland on Frl- a second's warning I sudden*drop of the

"> nk of himwlf. It doe thto nation. They know that :Uy of last week. Mrs. Futch U the car wheel drops to whe>.l to cause you to

Coo,! to watch folks make right-minded folk ar brglnlng now attending summer school In .. the road you may loa control. R...rr.

fight kind of clalooe on to wake up and that they don't Florida Southern College. be beaded into oncom- air In the strong cord fabric Inner chamberupporU

' Own Intend' to be herded Into the Will I'ay f ing traffic or the ditch. Too. too frequently until pull trp-

.' every "wet" paatUftIL New RegulationsOn Cash Price the result U a crash costly car damage to a vote: ,gradual stop Mead ol repairing .
now and then a Highest -
, Cod and serioua personal Injury or loss of lifel! a car you.replace a Urn, ,
"herding" U on, and may IW.11
ia necessary If The fight Mailing FOR ANY SIZE TRACT ", .
decent way of life Is to hasten the day when America .. .
''Due. We have to "herd" up will once again become "DRY Packages Abroad take your present DON'T DELAY blowouts' giro .no womls.9 and lkyweti'twait. 1,

thlevea that plunder we and the liquor menace removed who O tubes In trade allowing you
: resident COME IN FOR AjrgADiTODAYl
r' tall* to of life. Bradford: County .. .
from our way
try herding t-
up to -SEE- T
mall packages
' to ,
who plan
murder and kill. "Righteousness exalteth a abroad would do well to .perlOn'l I

'!te "a..r Baron,," ought notlie nation: but sin Is a reproach td look at the new Federal I A. McKINNEY SERVICE CENTER STATION
... regulations on the subject. _
afraid of somebody any people. meat
' them. Proverbs 11: 34 The new regulation stipulates, .I SEE EIC GOODMAN
hi It their i Stand
, 4 pro- overseas countries At Starke Tad Li (its Starke Fla.J1 .
h upNb" ding and can that shipments to '..GiftEx'port I "hone 206 U. S. 301 at South City m
" '-'d must be marked 1 PHONE 150
alone with mJIk, "
, Bot Otherwise _
"'"...have\ License Not Required. Starke. Fla. _
us believe. .aj! -
must be accompanied
the package \ .
at the
- export license : J
.I I by an I /


6 1 9 5 1


Prowler Enters Largest Broiler Farm In State I Planning Group Set Legion For Meeting Tuesday W.C.T.V.

: i Frank Brown of Hampton and I l'nOCLAITO: ALL PEOPLE! .

Four Homes Located Near Keystone Heights let Last Week I Lloyd Grlder of Stark1 local delegates I TUB DANGERS OF ALCOHOL :'

-I to the American Legion's I (.'LORID.GOOD NEWS.) Aui

Four house were burglarized I I Bradford County can. now claim The Town Planning Commlssloi II'' annual Boys State In Tallahassee ''al I

and another carefully "lookedover" I1' title to the largest broiler farm I Ir I held an organization meeting las t last week will share the program IT

in IeystoneHeights the state. The mammoth chicken] Thursday In the Woman's Club'. spotlight at the American Le I Ui-adfi.nl" County, Florida' will hold ,
Sunday night burglaiwalked farm containing aome 83.0OC The Commission; t Is composed o gion's regular meeting next Tues a meetlnir* In the County CommieHlnneiM KI'lIllh
when a lonn Kooni In the County Court "
tiff with a aerie* of, valuable broilers at prevent is situated representatives of the churche.. day night at 8 o'clock. IloUHe lit '0:00: ooliifk A. M., Auzunt ] ". ", 11'"W. '
and some three and a half miles south and various. civic clubs of thi, These recent, citizen of Boys 6, A. l>. I It 151 1 for the purpoHe of hearIntf '/VI! ',
.cash papers.P.
H.articles Haskins the owner of of Keystone Heights on the soutJi town, Its purpose I Is the study ant' State were Instructed In the duties Rirents complaints uf owners from of real owners entitle or nJ hI.

entered said that 'shore of Lake Geneva. planning of the future develop. of the""varlous public offices while l>i>ronul. or IntanKlble pertmnalproperty
the first house I The farm .was originally established ment of Keytone Heights and 1ta t They learned the or properties the values of
In Tallaha
he woke up when ho heard someone ,. which Imve been fixed by the County .. :" I'' i
around in the house two years ago by E. P. I in no sense a gretvanre or com functioning'' of each state county Aeflor of Tuxas on his 1951 ." "fI"'I'hl.. I ...

moving it wan Just Mendzen a Jacksonville businessman plaint I'ommlttee.F.lb..rt and municipal office, and it* powers Tax. KollH. and acmpted by thin f/I/ I'II" \I' ''n". :. I.
that he thought llnard.ll.v
but ,.
who/ wanted to "sat tie down"and Altman wan elected chair and limitations. They set up 'I
and didu't investigate. llrder of the Rnarrl nf County I.. n.i.
hla ion noise continued raige\ chl lens. However, the njnn} ; Don Pangborn vice chair,. their own state goverment\: had r'linimlMKlnneiii, of Bradford County, '!I.... TQ ,
However after the business proved to be so successful man, and Mrs. Sara D. McDonald. their own' governor and staff of .J.."," .It, 1851, I '1', I) 'po.",
30 minutes ho got upto A, J. Tlionia. n
for about Clerk d"11 / ",
the man and call that he took in a partner Berlin secret ry. Other members of thominittoe <, state official*, named the appoint It' Tin J" ::
look and saw ,
Woodward of Gainesville and the are: C. Baatedo. Cham ive officers and organized the n '';
a neighbor. NOTKH TO
ed Kyle McMurtry. of them expanded the farm her of Commerce: 'Mr. McQualgam .... IUOllfn"lN"tI. : V II ..
of them then chased two : State Supreme Court, legislature' la herehv. (flvun that the r b,, '
The two was so bad] I until it has become the largest In Mrs. Altman Raptlnt Church;;' and other divisions of govern I.Vmrd of County CoinmliffilonersMill n, ,I'.1, t, ".a
the light
the man but E T Martin and Frank Walrath receive.Mealed blrln to he opened 10 .
the state. y"
him in the darkness. I ment. Every phase the program I Ht 10-00 o'clock "' .M. Annum A, tho .
that they lout said that he I It wasn't easy though, the owners Jr Rotary Club; E. A. Rushton,,,'I Involved practical learning and I A, I>. 1'iRl!. l for the piinhane of an ..", J .....
However, most Cnuim.unity Church; Airs.\ Euls, electrically, nperateil typewriterillh .
to tell ssy. becauxe heretofore doing on the part of the boys us t>! .
\ 111 Inch
could nee him well enough and according of the chickens bought In the central Walker.;., Woman's Club,; Bill I they went about acquiring knowledge type. a i-nrrlaaa and pica I" .

that it we* a white man the and south Florida market* Scales Lions Club. of their local and State : !Hnld niachtnct. to he nf a standardapproved ;;.
made I
to the tracks by shipped In from south Genr r>r. Wm. L. Muiser wljo inMgflted \1..kll. rnrrylnif the uaimlwnrrantlen. 1'1, .
were .
visitor he wore a size government.Buslftens I t, .
unwelcome 1 the rommNxJnn, 91,11sl'rYe\ The. rlwht In
No other gla. However the Keystone to be discussed at this reserved to reject any II 'I
eight and i a found.half riioe. j Poultry Farm better known as O"'SI'ICS' OF THK: LAIUiKST HHOIIJCH FARM: In Florida pxamlni, R8 advlnor to the health and ,sanitation ml'etlng(11I( be" sonic "mattr-rn. con-I, and all*ird hlda.riv ..r of. The Ftonrd of County I I'n. 'b.

clues were stolen from the Davis' Chicken Haven has bucked one of th> 10.000 t hlckrim ...h..I..d. for thn market fr
Hankin Nothing.* home,wan this time but'the I the Georgia market and obviously IhlH. ""-,'k. At .left U. li *rtlii VVmidMaril. Ualnravlllr, and holilliiic. Hit Baseball Ifenm. the oncoming District .I Florida July 2,A.A J.1>. Thomaa HISt. Clerk I Thl ** ,

home had been entered twice before. I been quite aucce ful. bin.I .IN 1'':. I*. .Mvtnl/, JackNontlllr.-TPlegraph Htaff photo by llo|. Sea Fishing' Party- and Area Tournaments to behrld n Tie r.; ";;, >-1
Haskins At present the owners are buyIng ritinh Kern... July 24 and the : .
leaving the herejstartlng: t"T .: %OTIf M .'
After t II'
the intruder went their young thickens from a --- A narty composed of Hilda, Jack- LVglon's (Saturday! lIght dance. L, T*...* ItefflKtratlon booka of the City (Ol' .;1 'IAJ':i "A
place however the palatka feed dealer and Just raising ton, Irene Altmnn. Leslie and Edna All Bradford County Veterans of tftarke will open for refrlNtratlnnof '
to a tourlut court Just down I, them to broiler size. But pounds the farm la currently fed before marketing, and the Hayden. Haaklnn, Bill elector* from Friday JulY It, Try Mj :.- r '
up Hcnaley. and Legionnaires are cordially invited 111. throiinh
cottage '
broke Into the supplying 27,000 pounds of chicken : atarilav, AiiBrimt 11,
street and la reported [ they have just installed a number I I chickens have eaten a lot of feed !'psulding Rnd Kyle McMurtry.vent to attend this meeting. 11151, Inclusive., 1 a( the City Hall. 1
of a visitor there. It amount of butane gas brooders and plan per week! I[ With the danger of a poultry \ to Cedar Kevi for some deep (- \ nl, JOflN. < ----

that he stole a and considerable some paper ,; to hatch their own young In the Feeding all thefle*chickens every disease. getting a foothold the eft. flshlpK Wednesday.. .They 'Half Angel' Booked neftlxtmtlnti Officer 78| 2t T13VOTIt | ,

of money where the I future. day is quite a chore and requires owners take every precaution pos reported very.(rood luck bringing ___ I QUICK

Just a few feet from I| There are 13 chicken houses on an enormous amount of feed. However slble, and raise the young chickens back about 175 'Ibs. of fish. The! For Florida Theatre 'H I Ior or FULL!

visitor was sleeping.court he went the farm some containing as many they are all fed by hand because as scientifically as Is practical prize for the biggest went to. Hilda Pr..lln..*fnr tlrrrt The <'liwlnix orl I I

From the tourist Mansfield as 9,000 chickens. Most of these the owners report that they So far they report the chickeiu Jackson who caught fl a"vl'ltoot Sunday, Monday To \* hon It Mar C'.*niernt I

to the home of Mrs. Daisy belonging > I are Rhode .Islalld Reds with a few haven't been too successful! with I have been bothered with nothing ihovet nosed shark Nobody, waaiemlck 1 ; 'r\'W You will take., notice that the ,

and stole a pocketbook However "whites" (the Indian River Cross) the mochanfcal devices tried. The but a few colds. One of the work everybody had : a good 'Half lniri", the comedy llraclforil rtnnrd. nf Countv Countv, Commlnnlonera Flnrlita upon the if I I

to her daughter. the 0,000.' chickens consume lme and! Kyle reports 'that the featuring! Lore t la. Young and Joseph petition of quallflKd In nil ,
the added. Of 83,000 some a freight car ers on the farm said, "With only ownera
efforts were in vain Cottetv 1 h{ scheduled to will at 11-00: A. M., O'clock
hLa open on the ,
I week of chicken very'gbod fishermen.
; feed week. wer
leave the farm every A women
every nth dny of .
J that the .pocket- ten and half w ek from AuKllit A P. 1951, at lt ,
owner reported' to grace Florida tables. They are I' freight car will hold about 700 tf a ; vlslf. The Rotary Fish i 1ry>)| 'l"t Friday Sunday at he Florida Theatre and Office, I In the County Court Hnuee '

l' book :'contained nothing but some of loaded alive in crates with approximately ,one hundred pound bags. or ap start to finish we keep them too wa vprv sticrrBsful. 'Thev orved continue through:Monday .nlght. da In, Clarke rondlder, 'lirndfonl and 'determine. County, Flori
contents whetheror
papers and the usual 1,000 birds per truck. | proximately 7,000 pounds. Add busy growing to think about getting bout IT'S dinner*:' JVJ Nelson! and The stof concerns a'woman with : not the. Counter will vacate, aban* ,

: a lady's pocketbook. Since each bird weighs about three : to this the, 3,200 pounds they are, sick." Frank Walrath veryl: -fetching Inhlf's split personality who loves a dun. dliicontlnue I and clone, the here.: I IInafter
After leaving the Mansfield cap and Apron frying fish man wheji aha is In her pixie mood described" Htreet. and
whether or not the County will renounce
home the bifglar entered OUTSTANDING SPEAKERS FOR were hard put to keep "1' 'wIth the and doesn't pven! know him whenshe's nnd dlnclalm\ any rlxht of
home of Mr:, and Mrs. John O.DetweU..r. KEYSTONE ROTARY CLUB emnnds of the crowd. They did a plain' hospital nurse. Burns the Countv and pulillo In and toAny Hot weather
land or 'Intereeta therein altuatMl Mt
newcomers to Keystone The Keystone Rotary Club will a book he wrote and which Is being a good job. The fish and hush the course of the story. Miss In Hrndford County Florida towlt to be enjojabN
and stole f 17 In cash, an Argus :
puppies were perfect. Young has Joseph Gotten arrested
C-3 camera. and an expoaur.met..r. have as its \guest speakers during published this fall. Erie Meckler of Mt. Lebanon "Pln.. Street" In R. W. Hayes dine on good T
the: next two weeks Francis, Dr. Slaughter Is the author of Pa. and Rev. Waldoo Hair and -- and he a lawyer embarasae hen Biih DIvlHlnn In Bectlnna' 82 AXI. cool pleasant
Town'hlo 8 Rnn. i
South. 22
Kyle McMurtry reported that ::Clark former economic mission- many books and Is among the top wife and two daughters of John Miss Anne Vance has gone to by partially proving that Knut. 8nld 8ilh Dlvlelon Recorded e of CenVall: Rrs
try U> Korea, and Dr. Frank best selling authors. Many of hit ston. Pa. have been visiting Rev Jreenvllle for a"1 visit with rela- she spent one night, albeit dec In Pint I. pn.e 48. Public

his Intruder's home must mind have also been for On footprints the- Slaughter an eminent author and book have been! translated and and Mrs. Holl. They will leave tives. orously. In his bed room. T"Florida>c nrd.. of Bradford CountYt Here you'll find \

matching those of the lur;eon, according to S. E. Mcax printed in foreign editions and he for home the last of this week. Friend of Henry Hall will learn Later she marries him' while in Thin. July Snd. 1 5IThe orite foods, pi
< newly elected president of la now a best selling author In one of her subconscious spells only Board of Countv Pommlaelonera -
wit" regret of the death of his like
prowler were found alt around his Mrs: Mattie Lavrson and her to leave him and to of Bradford way you .,
house. Nothing ;WM reported missIng .he group. France as well as this Country.He daughter Mrs. Mildred Bourroughsof 'ather.' Dr. P. H. Hall who passed prepare County Florida.Hyi best of all oun
Clark will apeak to the group graduated from high school "way last Friday In the Gainesville marry another man when she re- : M, O Hurrell,
from however.An St.
there Augustine have moved Into Chairman. always reasonabitDriveIn
.his week "Current Condition when only 12 old received galnes her senses. Gotten managerto
on years Hospital. The funeral servces 718 5t I3OTUH
Investigation la now in progress the house formerly occupied by
by Sheriff John Hall of n Korea". McKay said that Clark his first degree from Duke University the Elllaes. was In Columbia. S. C. and stop the wedding just as she to Co..

Clay County. las spent more time there than at 18 and wa* the most the body was taken on to North faints and, lapses Into her subconscious \ TO 'PPF.RI" for a sandwicki\ .
In this section and know prominent In the southeast Carolina. for rirrult fniirt. ttrmtlarH Commtr,
--- myone surgeon Miss May Kennedy from Statesboro i burial. again which puts her back Klnrlrtm. In C.n.orrr.Thoma course dinner
: I me. side as. well as the other when only SO. However he Ga. Is staying with her .. J, \1.0 rd. Plaintiff va.
'( '1\I\ \\1IlI1I'1\\ \ \ \\\ WP Mrs, T. L. Brown was operated into the arm of the she .
riark Is of the then quit the medical profession brother Scth for few man Marie ( Ward Defendant.Ca
Mr and Mrs. C. B. Oaten Jr. currently manager Kennedy a on In St. Vincent's Hospital last ..e No. 85UNotloe CENTR.IRestaurl
and two daughter ipent the weekend 'enney Farms Memorial Comnunlty. to write and has written such weeks. She Is making extensive Monday. She lit. expected home really loves. To Appear.

, with Mr. and Mrs. Owennby In books as "Fort Everglades" "Ina repairs on her old home on high the last of this week. To la: :Mnrle 2V".t I* Ward.80th Street who e reel.dence Wllnilnxton. .- .

Keystone. The following .week. Dr, Dark Garden" and many others way 200. Delaware.

Mr. unit Mr*. Rutther have moved (laughter will speak to the organization MO'run You are her.by notified' that a Drive-E
Notice In hereby ulven that the milt to..or\ ,'. ha. been. filed
Into the hoime jUllt vacated by : on the "Road to Bithnla Board of County Conimlnalon"r* of .alnat you In the above named -
Rev. Englemann.- ," which Is also the title of I SUNSHINE The love that shone within your Infant St. John

FLORIDA It sepmed' to have me hyp-no-
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.

@ 1 it af i "Sunshine Florida" musical tlzed. Richard V. St. John' died Friday &;#$&>*
a I've looked everywhere but none June 29, In St. Vincent's Hospital.

E:! '. i "''' tribute to the peninsula state can compare.You're Jacksonville
,1---: : ,' '' 1-1'' '''' 'I one day after birth.
( i'..
r authored by Phil\ P. Vitek,. was like a rose that:: never Funeral services were held last

Fort SAI.R--Pullet* tor layer., 10 F oil HAI.K National Canh RfKlnl played over radio station WRUF dies. Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clockIn
,weekn old. HhP'le Inland. and >27 fall at. ItpOH Gainesville last week by Toby
New llatn. |>t $1 ....h. J T. Lund, 6 mile Mouth Dowdy_. .and. his Hi-Pointers with Warren Kaufman
F ItlONTFiirnlxhvd' pnttair" and the Flor'da officiating.
It took ole
mark on Mint good : sun
tilth Any ion Ad Vitsky himself doing the vocal.Vitsky .
riiffNH ai tirtm*>nt Private bnth 'lrl"r..trlll'.r"t..r .
Itniite H ,
I. <>x 71. Htarke Itp .
irua. atnva and Inner also sang the song to
FOR 8AI..TC! 14-rnom modernised Mprlntr mattrtNN. M... N"u.t. Wll Dowdy'* accompaniment at the I To make you bloom so sweet
, hum, with peran treeii liArflTtiff llunm, our C'hunh and 1 loth rlta. and fair.
:t, the h.iuMe and lawn all day, Furniture MBOlt American Legion dance in Starke
iu.It l .",'''.III..ly. tIO.OOO.- last Saturday night and followed It took a Flor'da breeze, from far
Acreage, cattle anil, bulldlnir lota "',( ItIoNT-I.arll' the
'' rnol across seaa
, for .,ale vepnrately. Near town, iKfdroomn.. Private with a soft shoe dance. He Is t
, !Mr.., liiir-ltta M, Wynn. flrnokildnApt "...h... Mra. T. Olaon nr rnnncrtIIIK Sit H.- former entertainer and minstrel TO: make the roses In your NEW 1951
HroodHldi" llam-h, rlenxent Walnut HI. Up cheeks so rare.
H.md, K...t 1 Hli.rk.. FOR HKNT' : man. "Flor'da
4'room Ofittave, deinl... It took a dear ole Mimmy.1'To ;
mi <1. fur* .
.. ,nil HAM.ISO! ; VlUky he distributed PHILCOSi
nliihed. Urn* Itwn. Adulta. rlrt.dr onwalli JUK says copies teach you songs you sang
.KH n" above, tfAPARTMKNT with lopa, lOu *>.,'h. Hi*.. I. UHarrlH of the song to all members of '
at Florida Th..lr., UpANTKH no well. '
FOR IIF.N"I bedronm the Legislature i during the 19 11 It took the SUN from sun-shine '-. ; \
llvlnir anil dlnlitir roomonmblned. W' White nr rolnrnd aid to session and that the manufacturer Florl-da. 7
klti'hen a.n.1 Imth va* cl.> hf>ii*.work. RO.l Ijifuyrtl Ht. .. '
etnve, elertrlit of a well-known Florida food wonderful ,
Krlvldnlre, ettreened Mr.. Krrol Alvarva, Itp To make you a girl. ,
porrh*. 421 all furnliihej Maillenn Pt.Twn Applv en.tranre product has become sufficiently (Keep Florida Creen) HOSPITALITY HOU

Chamber of Otimnier. tfHAVH 1.(>ST'-t ralvra In vicinity of ThernHa Interested to consider having the
about S nil. .north). IaatHKnn song published and distributed as 2nd Verse
] !Mf RR! POl.AMITR than weneed. i>lf>M0 to Dvnmark'a pitatura,
I.lmlte.l. amount avullnMo.. 1II..k..t Noa. ftfl and ft.. Alon han a promotion stunt for his com A hundred years ago they ,aay
Apply Manrit p. tork Farm.; nutrk<*t mark on bnrk of li..adOn Stephen Foster ram this way, ,
Th. .re...a, Fll, "t f'crtriVATRn hrlndl. with whit. .* apot on pany. To write Suwanea River and
fi"r..h"ad: othvr ri>d, IIS rnward Although you'll hav'e to see .
: BT.rKnKFmtrca for for r.rovfrv. Karl Cook, ('ook'. songs of yore,
ale, IQo p.r ouart You pick Htnr... Ht..rk.. UpR Vitsky about the tune, he has Down on the Suwanee West
them. M..nl" F* fltoc-k Farm given the Telegraph permission to ,
Thireima F1,. If "oj' Coast Shore '
FI) 8ALK- Inrh tal.U aaw and reproduce the words as follows: Your Hotpoint
RAU'O" n.p"nF.DI: a 4 Inrh jointer rlvared up together One night I heard a glr-ll say,
All Makea All M.ttl..l.. with aI, horn motor. Alim SUNSHINE It's June-ln-January March-ln- be the one to unlock oty
R..aht.. efcar.e. ... .... a 12 Inch band aaw with 1-1
THAU. I'. horn* motor, .'....d verx llttl.. FLORIDA May. "treasure
TM W. rail ..ft.rlt... m.WBDDINO 2te 1176' Hf H M' Harper, Tit. II There must be a reason and G eain't House
Him 91-C. Stark*, Fin., after 8! Word. and Music. .
It grand.You're and give )
_o'l-I.K'h 8119 Up prizes .
AND BIRTHDAY CAKES by from the best State In
-Olft IS up.Shnppe Order, Phone* tak.n mi-f at Dahmwr rfMFAT 1\1 \VANTEr> for R..wl..l.h hualnewa Phil F. VltxkyStarke the land.Cemetery. tunity to get, comp
In Bradford. "oun.)'. H' .*ll to
1500 fiirnlllea. Write. tmliy llnwlelKlm Florida
MARKINO lNK-f1u."t..d e. Hotpoint Ironer
I'-Pt. FAF-170-aA. Mvmphla \
to conform In (11. H Dept, of Aurl- Working
1st Verse
culture peolflratlona.. 4 o<. bot ask for your Magieto
tle 7Bo. Bradford County Teleyraph 1129 4tplt T'wa In a a little Flor'da town.
tfNHTW F(> BAt.K' -A new crop PenAolanahla The summer moon was shining There will ba a Cemetery work buy! You'll be
T/OW srana ...d. ftOo per lt>. Hl.hsermlnatlon Ing at Klngsley Lake cemetery
PRICR! down.
Addlnir Machine on Remlnirton. aupnrlor ", lt Alno Saturday July 14th. Everyone b But hurry! This special
** Remlnc- Just like
ton aweet yellow Itipln bitter an an-gH you came to
them Portable at Bradford Typewriter County*. Telegraph H' ... .I..iipln.. aweet blue Ijuplne* andcertified me, Invited. Coma and bring! basket t. July 28th.
tloitthland 7. ,
Onia. W .
and working tool*
tf Hamilton, Rrooker Flu. I'lt' 41 Fill-Ing my heart with ecatacy. -

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