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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 13, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FORT McCLELLAN
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Mail To GuardsmenHere's In View For Residents of Starke and Lawtey Affect

the way to ..ddiv..B I will soon be In a fog.

mull to loral National Guardsmem Jack Trawlrk. county sanitarian .

now at camp: MeterViolators gave notice yesterday that
Blanding Funds
Name and rank of aohllrrll. spraying for mosquitoes and files) ;
will begin In these two
.| X Ilq Co., 2il 11' n. 124 Inf. towns the

48 Inf. l>lv. (.'1.... Part) A peaceful settlement in the first of next week. 1\\ Prospects of peace In Korea have '

Fort Mi-Clrllaml, Ala. matter of Issuing warrants for person The spraying process will be correspondingly dimmed the

failing to pay the $1 fine torparkinII' .. by a "fog" machine pulledby ,i chances of Camp Blanding' :
Tim men ii ill Appreciate lotSHf a tru'k, and distributing DDT.Trawlrk re
'
meter violations
seemed activation according to Frank
A.
mall "hlli> ihe are wants ,
> away assured everyone to knowwhat' \
Ttiemlny following a call Kennedy, Washington
from hum. going on an tha correspondent
fog won'tbe
ed '
meeting, attended
by members In hiM Jacksonville Journal
of the City Council and Mayor J. mistaken for smoke causing! "Capital View" column last Saturday -
some alert observer to turn In the
\Vnlnwrlght. '
fire alarm a* happened last t,$
Mayor Walnwrlght pointed, out year. I The Korean developments have _
thnt the public generally does not even jeopardized the
The sanitarian stated that the proposed
understand that If the tickets are $3,722.700 which the Df De-
nHe
machine will
not turned In and paid within 24 spray Starke every pitrtmfnt requested for '
.t other nIght for at least two weeks the camp'srehabilitation
I hours they will be subject. to payIng -
and work In Lawtey on the othernights. only a few weeks
a $1 fine, and that fnllure to ago," Kennedy stated.
The will !
"fogging" begin
the $1 fine
PAY subjects them to
TillVallhlngton
about '1 and last until 11 columnist said
or
pm.
!Y'' ? PL' arrrflt and trial In city court 12 o'clock that this Information rencriBd Rep.

It Was agreed to authorize' the Charles E. Bennett from the House _ _
: Police Department to contact all Armed Service.
Committee
and
: iT persons who fall to turn In their from other
sources,
Bids ReceivedFor even though _
_ -- : ._- tickets within 24 hours from the the commute tentatively has

; and rarin : n of llradiiuurlrr. Com date received explain the ordinance the authorization. approved
fighting .
to them and, collect SI for
I "Th..
10 2nd Battalion, 124th )' full. In for final roll\ ..1I1) nrh ticket Imiueil It was agreed Clearing S.tO.OOO.nno pentagon la seeking about
to
to departure last "'Satin' rehabilitate eight
for : .
afternoon that by handling tho matter In this \\'"..Id'ar II co cantonments but

I Ala.undred. WilY It wmiM nave l Issuing", a war- the top brass there never have
rant for the. arrest of the 301
person Right-of-Way
percent strong cMnimllti-cl themselves to the out.
to the exercise. Involved and any embarnaament
exception of one man right reactivation of any of them
f Executive Officer to thorn

Lcldant InJurteH kept him T. K. McClane. Jr.. served At Its meeting on July 3 the Three bide were submitted andopened Kennedy wrote
i In ih.
the trip. the 65 en- : .''' meanwhile In his Wash _
king ,., :'.
Council had
commander from Starke > passed a motion requontlng I jn. the offices of the State
| nand 12 officers of the ington letter this Week Kep. Bennett _ _
I McClellan. Mayor Wainwright to Road Department last Friday In
In the training'Belay reported: "Information _
j arrived Unqualify himself In the of Tallahassee com
matter on the work involved
soon busyp men got their first taste of ii' ing to me IndlcHtea
that
and were
( Issuing warrants for violators and In clearlrifc- the right of way for the Camp
for the two weeks' army life when they were .y KlHndlng/ to nave Its basic util
hop Jk thus give the chairman of .
_. the widening of Temple Avenue. However -
orkout. C rations to eat on the ,.. Council authority to a t.TUl'aday's none have been accepted at ities put in good shape and that _
they heard atalk during the trip to Alabama. station complement of
leaving ..."" called meeting was perhaps

by \Master Sergeant Is the complete router of 1-' ,,;i- held following the Mayor's failureto yet.In the presence of the Board Of 4.00 to men will be stationed there _
protect this
In Headquarters Com. disqualify himself In accordance Investment on a
2nd Battalion, 124th Infan I Weighty barnMiluc hogs) are with the Council' request. County Commissioners and property standby basis. If peace comes or
[RDSMEN LIKE hoisted on to tralir a* companyheeds owners, bid* were opl'nedjk'l1l1n If things get no
are now at Fort McClel, The following excerpt Is from worse the facility
for summer encampment "all aboard" Jgnal. the official minute. of the the Bradford EngineeringCo. may never be used for training
McClellan. Ala.. July 10 ( July .. Ben F, Hall of Starke and If the _
brt present
( Includes Battalion executive 3 meeting at which the Council plan U continued.
here at 6 th. Annie Construction Co. of If all-out
arrived
men ): (who could not make the trip because passed Its motion asking the Gainesville. It wan the consensusof war should come the _______
to a floe breakfast of Col. Robert B. Harkness of injuries). Randal F. Chit- Mayor to disqualify himself. facility would be available for _
thOse
that the
present
ly a treat because they Commander. "The Council discussed the number company more rapid utilization if the presently
Robert B. _
ty. Raleigh V. Crosby awarded the contractor ahould also _
g the trip by train. T. K. McClane. Jr., Bat Crosby Frank W. Dryden Jr.. of traffic violation tickets post a contract bond with maintenance planned Improvements are- _
crews are still Executive Officer. that had been Issued by the Police made Bennett concluded. _
iinnructlon J. Futch
) Carl T. Edwards Floyd
provisions for one In
Chas. H. Borareuter, Department and considered. It a year. commenting further on the
lutfit and the cleanup : Clifton E. Crlffls. Ray F. Orlfflr
Itla reported that J. M. Ed-
S. Calhoun, Jr., Albertus fact that no action had been taken Blanding situation Kennedy wrote _
Leslie N. Charles J. Schait-
Sapp wariU
quarters men agree of Bradford Engineering Co.
a. follows
In
B. by the Mayor In the Issuing of his Saturday column
and Hugh Ingram
(rk for. It seems that Ft. fer Vernon U Starling. Geo. W. warrants for was low bidder on 29 out of 211! "Just
person receiving
Commander. Leslie N. Thomas, Hlltos prior to the request foe
l training center and these Teston \ violation tickets or In trying persons projects. the Camp
Llteutenant: William F. Girt- Waldron Fred W. Wimpy. GeorgeA. Blsndlng funds General
ivm. Construction receiving tickets In the JJ The bids were reviewed by John I Collins, the
Jr. Wlnkler.- _.__.__ __A Army Chief of _
ielze.
11I1 days. n Mayor's Court. After a full dlscimxlon attorney for the State Road [ Staff Indicated that three National

cal l Guardsmen agree that Lieutenants: Edward J. Privates 1st Clans. : Richard U Many
|o''ata they have visited Mack S. Futch. Edward B Crosby Billy D. Dansby Donald Norman, a,,". Connie. Clark I... Bridges that the Mayor be requested missioner They are now being to the color this aummev,

: : R. Hodges Joseph J. Lamb. G. above, seek to beat the Alubttma to Issue warrants for violators further reviewed by the County and that two or more
regular
has cooperated by _
re Officer: Albert L. Dan Priest W. Van Priest Ray brat by netting a clOMeroppttU and try the offenders or to Attorney Hollls V. Knight for additional Army division might b* organlv-

Blankets-ttav been put Jr. mond J. Saaser Cloo C. Thornton, Ol haircut before leaving disqualify himself1 caws of this recommendations. bef)r. ed. The Florida congressman and

bd Robert W. Richard Ai Underbill, James M. for camp. kind as provided for In Section 29 final action.Is taken.It the members from
Sergeant: southern and
kit rolling hills here are a i Bryant Ernest D. Carlton, Connie I of the Code of the City of Starke, will be necessary to tear down western. states where other old '

(ford County boys and they M. Clark. John B. Clark Rltbrrd It was, pointed out that If the an't rebuild
several buildings In camps are located

L \th&..unf moves.,jfltfl.,thef_ : .Jr., ,1st Oliver CJass: P.: Archie Hutto IB.Dec! **, Calvin Grim .M,jl Privates s-l} : L. Brosky, kWm( Mayor'disqualifies himself that CrOi-r to. widen tnf rUht .n wai, ftaoonablw ctmelusiun reached that tft re*- _

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At that time they'll live \ Earl L. Griffin John C. Grlffls, W. Colery.. John L. Grlffls. Lem B the Chairman would have the authority the( desired amount and the cost habilitation of the 'CanUllmenta'was
C. Rhoden. to issue and
warrAnt.. try
Sole McClellan. Lynn D. Hamilton. Kenneth D Hughes Jr., Jason E. Norman of tills work hns been estimated at necessary and their reactivation
: Ralph L. Alvarez. violators. From roll call the vote
lily casualty so far in the Norman Marklce J. Norman Bobby V. Rosier Fldmond: JRosl..r. i was as follows: Jl.1il.uim. The work has been budgeted would be ordered when

ft, son of Oadson E. Gritfla. Carter Otis Crawford Harold K. Norman Arvin SumnerJr. John T. Sludxtlll LemuelS. I Yeas: .... L. Drldj{.... L. O. Haas- at IOO.ODD) by th,,' road department the guard and regular divisions)
Eaves III. Theodore J who will provide advance were called to tha,colors. It
[appendicitis Sunday Rodney P. Hall B. C I ., Luverne L. Wahlln HarleyWaldron Williams. Jr. and Henry F. ..n. Wm., Jr.T. Jackson and H. A.IJIHh..p funds for the projxct but will be be In the cards ''now however may
Post General
Hospital <1rf. Jr.. J. I... Alvarez Jos. N. Warren. Sutton. Not voting: James A Lewis. I repaid, by the county over ape. that the National Guard troops

-- ,rloJ of years. at least will not be called up.

ATTENTIONPEPPER Making the trip to Tallahasseewere and that few I If any, of the old

Rites WednesdayFor Anderson Elected Commissioners, M. O. Harred. World War II camps actually will

56 Juniors' Schedule GROWERSAnyone chairman. L. L. Renfrov. II be reactivated, even though Congress '
; Of BrookerHewlett ,
Mrs. Carlton Mayor V. Knight: t. attorney and clerk A plays ball with the Pentagon -

Interested In Selling red J Thomas Sr. Properly owner and puts up the money; for _
Mrs. VidOL Mae Carlton. 33: wifeof S. Anderson win elected pepper is ankml to contact the Including, Guy Andrews. I... L. their rehabilitation. _

"et Tournament 24 I I Resale It. Carlton of BronknrI Mayor of Brooker Tuesday In a Starke State farmers Market bo- Libby J. P. Roberts, L. F. Dlnklns "CongresHman Bennett never
I I Gainesville special election when he received
9 In
died Monday. July a fore picking. and Ben F Hall, contractor, has seemed optimistic about th.e
I brief 35 votes. No had been
hospital following a opponent actual reactivation of Camp
wtntel'I She had driven a school nominated and no other name was
fmt 56 Junior American I Illness. Blanding even though he wetcorned _
lIhooll
Baseball bus route for the Brooker written In. Small of Learners To the first step towards Its
Baseball Team started Post 56 Junior for number of years. I He was elected to fill the Un.expired Group BeginAt
la hard and fast schedule a rehabilitation at a COlt of nearly _
the late Ralph
: term of
Mrs. Carlton waa born at HagueIn $4,000.000.
the Korean
Apparently
day which will continue TIME Alachua County. the daughterof I Hazen who died before finishing development. within the next few
\ "
through until the Dls- New Dad Here
> Area Tournament to be P.M. Samuel M. aad Sldnle Mae !'his term of office. Big Factory TodayEight I weeks will hold the answer to

Starke again this year Nicholas Pk. Jax 3.00: Crosby Mott. both propositions-.whvther Congress

(am started a-gama-a-day Park Jax 3.00: Besides her husband she U survived A. T. Andrews Named or ten employee. were making the highest grades will will vote the rehabilitation

last Monday Sundays Field 3:00: by four children Helen, I New InstructorFor scheduled to begin training at the naturally bit called first. The tents funds and whether the Pentagon _______

which will be malntaln- Park 8:00: Deaddle, Sarah and Morris Ray. I Big Dad Manufacturing Co today consist of finger dexterity, hand will call out more National Guard _

[ July 24 when they enter 800 Carlton all,of.Brooker; six brothers Vet Farmers (Friday) according to D. SSiceloff. dexterity, perception speed and outfits." _ _
Park < Mott of
|eat play Pasco and Eurey president. However. more vision
Park 8:00: Gainesville, Howard Mott. Brook. Andrews has been appointed at rate of .
[13 players who will com A. T. will be added along a Approximately 30 more employees Rabies Shots { _
official Park 8:00: er. Ralph Mott. Silver Springs Instructor for the veteran. two or three at a time he said will be ru*..ded In October or

| ire: Lyle team H. Buck for this Jr. 8:00: M. Elbert and S. M. Mott Jr., on-the-farm training program until the jobs are all filled. November when the factory undertakes Now Being Given

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Williams Foun- Field 4:00: U.S. Navy. 'and one sister Mr. succeeding N. D. Kilgo who resigned At full capacity. employees will the manufacture ot. sport To Bradford
Jerry
Dogs
>ne S. Mast William War- Park-6:00: P.M. Estelle Tllgham. to accept a position In the number about 129. Siceloff said shirts. he sal-J. ,
Funeral .services were held to the machines Blceloff hi.
X Robert Tlllman Man- Park6.00 P.M. Philippines. that tearing operate expressed appreciation Dog owners In the county wereadvl.ed
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clockIn Andrews In a native of Bradford was quite a job and that to the people of Starke and
>ron Rex Newcomb Wllllfrs this week of in* rabies
_
John Kopelouaoa Del1111.II. home games next week Dedan 'Baptist Church, of which County having been born and It would probably be about two their officials for the cooperationand program to begin shortly by the

she was a member. DeWItt C. reared In Lnwt..y. He graduated months before all the positionsare help \given the factory so far. Health Jack
County Department.
Jerry Edward Ca a- _
In chargeof at
Funeral Home was
Jonea of Agriculture
try Redden. Jack- from the College filled. H. said the courtesy and kindness Trawick sanitarian says that Dr.
Sidney Tournament
District
the arrangements. the University of Florida In Feb The positions are filled he said
'YDe Douglas Arley vMcI week shown by Starke residents had Beauchamp, a Gainesville veterinarian -
Then the
Starke. ruary and has been serving as aDonth..farm according to the grades mad. on
I Carl Lamar has been contacted, and will -
Johns. been a large factor in the
front the i In Es- getting
Champions
Starke Lions Instructor the aptitude tests given prospective
{flier of these men areague Innoculate dogs In every i town lath
Baseball Veteran : In the Area Tournament cambla County for four months. employees and those persons. factory underway so soon. county for only $1.00.
Install Officers
here -
scheduled to report
Wauchula Though '
or proceed to Dr. Beauohamp will be at the
them have had
ex- July 15: there ls,. feasibility that Funeral SundayFor I I Property Sales
i on their High School Wednesday Night City Light Plant In Starke Saturday -
until
h. won't be able to report
Mrs. Grif fisMr I Mr aad Mrs. J. July It from 0 until 12 a. m.
International Counselor H. A.: August 1, due to the workshop for T. Quigley sold His schedule for the rest of the
|'tar the a small piece of land South
local Club won the teachers between on
team Is sponsored by (Tony) Reeves of Gainesville agricultural Bessie Myra Grlffls. 40. Walnut St. county is: Hampton City Hall _
e [ recently to Mr. aad
District and I
and Area Motor Co. of Starke rved as Installing officer Wedn.eiay those datea.Unemployed until 10 m.
s of Route 2. Stark died Thursday, Mr.. L. A. Davis Amount of the July 21 from 9 a. ;
nlhlps and went on toe American Legion Post. night when new officersof July 5. In a Palatka hospital. She'I transaction was 12200. Brooker school July 21 from 10:.

> Tournament In Wau- night (Thursday) the club: the Stsrke Lions Club were Draw had been in 111 health for IIOmetlm. Mr. ant Mrs. R. R. Grlffls.. 30 until 12 a. m.; Lawtey City

here they placed third Jacksonville Post 158: at Inducted.The $310 Here In Week ... j Lake Butler, sold 4') acres to Carl hail July 28. 9 to 10:3O: a. m.;
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hy for third place In the Park but final score following were Installed': Mrs. Grlffls was born Oct.: 1. and Bnulah Thornton also of Lake and Strickland Store at KlngslnyLake.

'Jht' home by the local known at press time. O Harris president C.; L C... W Currie.Cnlsnn. Eleven unemployed persons In 1910 and was a lifelong resident Butler for $1.000. July 24, from 11 until 12

treasurer: Bradford County received $310 la of Bradford County. She was a a. m.

secretary: H. V. Knight John A benefit. during the week. of Jun. member of the Pine Valley Con The City of Starke has an
Service Conservation Torode. and M. C. WI'Uvlc" Crl'ltatlonallfollneaa Church northof Scouts At CampFive ordinance requiring the Inocul-

Officer presidents: George Sspp. TitusOlson 23-29.: week total Stsrke. I',' lion of dogs for rabies which officials .
Be and H. A. Bishop Jr. directors -: During the same a Scouts from local Troop I
Here Monday Insurance She Is survived by her husband say will be strictly enforc
Tall Twister Leslie Biggswas of 1130,296 In unemployment Mrs. 70 left Sunday for the Boy Scout I
I George Grlffls; a daughter. I ed.
id Tuesday to 8.A10 unemployed -
Veterans I not present. so W. H Noexel wa. paid The Annl Mae Thornton: two. sons.Nlckle Camp at Orange Park for a

Jr. was elected and Installed as workers In Florida. Griff. all of _k'. outing according to Cecil',
and Larry i
V. R
r. and
Cook. assistant State I Wainwright to the two assistant tall twister I average payment waa 11331. Starke; her mother. Mrs. Lacy finwell scoutmaster. Rotary Gets Set Up

Otncer. will> be In Starke were elected Charlie Parker transferred his. Brown Starke, and father Jesse Those making the trip included For New YearGuy

'7' July 1 8, from 8:30: tc places on the Board of membership from Madison to Central Truck LinesIn Woods, Hsltbronn Springs. Raymond Stefanelll Glen Reddish

,,111.? for the purpose of as- I! for the Bradford Soil I Stark and was received at this New Location Funeral services were held Sunday Bobby Shall Don McClane and Andrews new president of

h "M and their depend- District Tueday. meeting- afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Richard Henderson. Accompany. the Stark. Rotary Club. announced _
'nT cl "n for benefits I ing the boys to camp was the assistant committee appointments and distributed -
h will fill the position W. T. Jackson local agent for graveside In Evergreen Cemeterynear

,nice they\ may be entitled. when George F. Flynn I I Closed Thursdays Central Truck Linen announces Ralford. with I. V. !..ukeofflclatlna' scoutmaster. Ed Shuli.While year books outlining the

'U'nce Includes assistance I I that the company has moved Its Key McCabe Funeral there. the boys will engage year's program at the regular _
problems well resigned June 1. Fergu of luncheon meeting Wednesday.
ors hi as George Kopelousoe proprietorof Starke headquarters from the Home was In charge arrange In a number of gomes contents -
connection the Board announced Mrs. Homer Swlndall. club
with O re-elected to the Guidon Grill Green warehouse building on ments. I
hooling and swimming facilitIes.They
I
employmenc aubate. the same position he had yesterday that the restaurant will Tenth Street to the old Darby fertiliser Active pall bearers were D. J. ) pianist sang the. new song
are scheduled to return horn.Saturday -Sunshine Florida". composed by _
t bI when his one-year term be closed all day every Thursday warehouse on Cherry St.. Lake Kelvin E. Grlffls Ancil
Starke Mr Coole will : Grlffls Marel Luke. Parnell Tyson evening. Phil P. Vltaky of Stark.. _
4 In the I i, until further aotlcc. Juat south of the Ice plant. i
oftlce
Otncer of County and Johnny Shade.
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ESTABLISHED 187B County--E. L. MATTHEWS.Telegraph OWN[a-IDITCHI I'! LAKE fly Blanche GENEVA Cunningham ;) [I..HAMS. i I : Tendered Cullison's Smoked Whole, lb 5 9t C



Half or
and Entered .* Swond Guests of Mr. and Mrs James

Publlfttwd Clans Matter Every at the Friday!.....* Office at Stark. Fla, Andaer are her later, Mrs. Chas
Lashleys from Montgomery, Indiana
also Mr. and Mrs. Wllburn I i
Member 79571\ Grow and son, Charles and John)
V Wucpper of Washington Ind.
(') 1.50 For Six Months Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Charron
Subscription $ .Annually and four children, of Tallahassee I
are guests of the T. M. Flnley's
Doctors AroundAt Mrs. Charron Is a niece of Mrs.
We Need More Flnleyo. '

the present time there are only two doctors serving Mrs. Leonard Hamm spent the I /
; doing everythingthey past week in Miami where she! _. .
they are
although
entire County, and wrw .r ",,
thia "
can the load U: more than they can be expected to bear. wag uncle.called by the Illness of an I \ \\\\\\\\V. /IfIIIIIQ.I' /lll li "
I
cannot work twenty-four hours a day, FACTORY PACKED
For example, they Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Lyle and
and they must have time off. Consequently there are times sons of Tampa spent the weekend I

i when only one doctor is available.If with Mrs. Lyle's mother, Mrs. '
our information i is correct. there was a time when Wm. Nuttles, "Granny" and tak !
doctors looked for a career in a general practice in an ing her along to St. Augustine I trr
,o area young where they would be needed. But in this age of specialization with them Monday on a pleasure t.n ; lII ()
phase or
with many young doctors specializing in one trip."Red"
of the medical science, areas such as Bradford Stalling: haa done It again -
another for want and catching a 11 !b. bass this sro.as c's'
excluded for practice, we a-
naturally
County are 39C
past week "Red" an ardent fishrman Sibs
it costs'
Then too, today so
need man in general practice. ; ,'
a Is'well known for catching 1
medical education, and I it costs I' .
much for a student to get a the: big ones. It seems he does just // /"' _. -
so much for equipment, etc., that he must! think of the fmane that quite often of late. i
dial side of the queRtion. Glenda Whlteside is one happy We Reserve the Right 152 Call Street! Prices Good Thai
So would be guilty of over-simplificaUon if we found little girl, she caught her first No. 303 Can Del Monte Early Garden I I
to Limit Quantity Florida Sat.. July ,
fault because we lack sufficient doctors for the CountyBut fish this past week. Starke, :. .40

there must be some doctors now serving areas already, sufficiently Mr. and :Mrs. F. Novotny spent PEAS 2 Cans 3SC .___ __. ..=0'......._.,,_ ..-- M.-' _
covered with medical care, who would like working Sunday in Jacksonville.
No. 300 Old GloryPork
ill here. There always have been In America Mrs. R. Forsythe, granddaughter
S.4 1/if 1iN, with and the know people there always will be. Such men would be mighty Carolyn daughter, Mrs. A. Carillon No. 303 Can Libby's CutBEETS

11 t fi welcome we here.HAMPTON. business In Green and.:Mrs.Cove B.Springs Cunningham Friday were on I 2 Cans23C I & Beans 3 Cans 25''


Mrs. Otis Player and three children George Faircloth, of Columbus ..
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of Hawthorne, who were supper Ga. has returned to hIs| home after Picnic Can Del Monte Gold Cream Style
! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto upending several days with his Georgia Shipped or Florida Grade A
Hicks, Jr. slater and family, the T. M. Fin- .iiIi t Dressed & Drawn
C. Morris and CORN 2 Cans 2SC j
By Mr M. Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Frank ley. 4-
. daughter. Yvonne, of Buffalo, N. Recent visitors at the home of
T. U. Party Y. are spending sometime here, Hr.. and Mrs. J. S. Austin were No. 1 Tall Can Sea Leader AlaskaSALMON
I On the 4th of July from 6 until at the home of Mr. Morris' mother, Hr. and Mrs. Curtis Benton and FRYERSPound
9 p.m. the Hampton Training Mrs Dora Munson. baby> of Chicago, Ill. Mr. and Mrs.
Union enjoyed a delightful lawn Mary Katherine Wadsworth, of T. :J. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs : Can 49C
party at the home of C. I* May, Gainesville spent last week with Clyde Austin and children all of
director. Home made Ire cream her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. O. :Jacksonville.On 55cServe
No. 303 Can Libby's Peas andCarrots
II and cake were served. Miss Sylvia P. Wadsworth. the sick list the past week ,
May was celebrating her seventeenth Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dover of
are Mrs. Frances Kersey and Jim
birthday anniversary at this Charlotte N. C. spent several days Austin. Both are improving. 2 Cans 37c
time, and received some lovely last week with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. OCEAN SPRAYCRANBERRY V
gifts. Watterson. While here the Wat-
Watermelon CuttingK. tersons and their guests visited i Mamie Meail. SAUCE No 300 Can lglTURKEYS '
B. Watterson gave a watermelon Jacksonville Beach and Silver I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gorley and
fi cutting on the night of the Springs, On July 4th they, with son, Danny of New Jersey arrived Swift's Famous
4th, on the Baptist Church Mrs. Archie Elland spent the day last week for a visit with her
11 rounds. Sixty-eight guests en- i at Cedar Keys. On Friday, Mrs. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Cox. "'
Joyed this refreshing treat. On Watterson's aunt. Mrs. E. C. Witt I Hr.. Gorley has returned home.but HIGH OUAUTY J k; BACON
1d Saturday afternoon Mr. Watterson and son Otto Witt, of Lake City > Mrs. Gorley and Danny will 1 ry I ;
gave away some fine melonsfor were their dinner guests. remain for a month's visit. Mrs.
a feast in the Railroad colored Miss Mangle Johnson has been Annie Godwin, of Gainesville has Grade A, Quick- Kohr's Grade A
quarters. spending several weeks In Palatka alto been a guest of toe Cox family -
c I with her sister and other relatives Frozen Dressed & Sliced Breakfast
Among those enjoying the 4th 4> C
in Hampton were Miss Johana Miss Gladys Hicks returned to Mrs. Grace Johnson of St. Drawn, 10 to 12 69C Bacon-in Cello 49C
t Dalbo of Deland who visited Miss her home In Brunswick. Oa. on Petersburg was a guest from Monday 12 oz Can C "- Ib. Avg. Hens
.
to Saturday of Mr. and Mr*
Martha Home, and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday after spending two PackagesLB.
Tom Darus of Waldo and Mr. and weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Charlie Cox. W. !.\Philllps.\ of -LB. .

..._ _ arknnnvillei Mrs. Cox's brother
I - -
''has also been visiting them.
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Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Elland 46-oz. Can O'Saae OrangeJUICE ; 4r- 7 -
and Mrs. Fred Elland entertained -'
FRAMESMade nix couples at supper recently at
the home of the latter Miss Marline Can 19c
Underwood and Miss Mary ) rfr

Elizabeth Underwood of Gainesville No. 2H' Can"'Crown Point Pu plePLUMS) .
To Order have been visiting the Elland
family.. Alta Marie Eiland is
spending this week In Jackson Can 27C a Y ,EM TO CA
ville with her aunt and uncle. sun

' We have purchased Mr. Hoover's stock of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pay and
children Marguerite, Loretta No. 2 Can Highlight Orange & Grapefruit
Moulding and Picture Frame Supplies and June, LoN. and Bobby of Dude ; 4 LBS. 39c{
City are enjoying a week's visit JUICE
will be happy to serve Mr. Hoover's old with the Wadsworth and Mat- 2 Cans 19c I..' 'j F I) SOUTH CAROM'S'

customers. chett families. %' c-; S.:1 FREESTONE!
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Mines and New Detergent- srt
I family of'Chailcston. S. C. have''' -

I Thomas.>wn visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank I IMr TREND 2 Plgs! 3sc 4f" ,., Golden Bantam 5 Ears 29C
0 R

I.. Hollywood Studio lion and. and Mrs.Mrs Don Frederick McMahone Walter-spent 1 I't Scott Paper i"1 I \\lg 1\1 Roasting Ears .

Tuesday night Wednesday of!

Roscoe Bullington, PhotographerStarke Tampa last week and with St.Mr.Petersburg McMahone while at,I| Towels 2 Rolls 35Ci CARROTS GRAPES1'Thompson

Fla.R.B.ALVAREZ&SON. Mr. McMahone's ship was In port

there Miss Joyce Oliver of Ft. Lauderdale -I Green California: Tops: : 2 Bchs 9cCANTALOUPES Variety Grapes'-Seedless- Lb

haa been visiting relatives)I z
I here. "

I Mrs. Florence Van Alstlne has i!
T COD returned to' her home In Cocoa, 19 AVOCADOSCuban
STORAGE after a werks visit with her sister
Mrs. Fred Whlddcn. They Cal forn'a: Large
1-. re" .. spent last weekend in I
localSt Jackson Melons Each 23C 3 29C
;) .":" ._ We operate. viii". Pears for
ss::: long distance
) Mrs. Dorothy Eiland and nephew awa ..- -
teAlUa6SON anywhere U. S.
Gene Elland and Mrs ,Harvene .
Dixie
MOVING I I8TOR McMahone spent last week Darling Dixie
EXCELLENT end at Darhn'
Mrs. Elland'* home lrHomoaasna.
ENRICHED

_IV, GH :Mr. and .Mrs. Arnold of Tampa WHITE (1 y t ENRICH BUNS
7
enroute
FACILITIES to South Carolina were I
Monday BREAD 1
v 1c morning guests of Mr. Hamburger
;
and Mrs. R. Wiener
C. Gray. or
Agents( For Family Loaf Style

DELCIIERBROS. I See us first I Visiting Gnann Miss in Joan her Jacksonville aunt Sweeney:Mr .has Marlon been I 12c f k. i e / 6 lor 10c

-" JL
i
t Hampton friends
'of the serious Illnesses regret of to Cleve-hear ., --. ...- -.- -

land Sullivan of Theressa, and
Rev. W. C. Burton of Graham SAVO ARMOUR'S SUPERBRAND BEECH-NUT
both of whom RAY
are In Jacksonville
From where I sit..JyJoe Marsh hospitals.ItjKPMration. BLEACH Star Periled flam Chocolate Vanilla P.anut Butter I.H1t'1O
or Strawb.rrrICE
No. !U Can 19CARMOUR'S STARCH

Might Say nl .-,' will SOTICAThe npn bonk for rnrlmratlnn/It Ih* City QUART CREAM 11-oa. Gloss 36CWATER QUART
?I.1"'tor" from Friday BOTTLE
The Birds Got "Nettled"learned USI. through Saturday AmruiTt is' i BOTTLE
U 8t. lnolu.lv.. at I". city Halt 11" 2 MAIDAmerica's
39c
CARL P*, /
JOHNS
n.. Tract Lunch Meat
P.tratlon ,
Bad dinner with Tlk Bradley about their migratoryhabits. Officerti. I 13C Finest Short Grain
| 2t
the other day and over a frosty Afterwards, they're let TUC | 51eSTARKIST Rice-Always Cooks White! 16C

bottle of beer I found out about loose-.and everyone's happy. Iv. ......11 ('.'".OTIC'.,. I 12-oa. Can y='gzl. 75c
3
hU job with the U. S. Flub and From where I sit it was a food "'..Id., I. C......"nradfad. C..I//' 1b. Pkq. 45c --
Wildlife Service. example of how when you lear John l.:, &I"....... Plaintiff ..
non" Morgan Defendant, BON Nabisco Cream Sandwich
Now just. exactly what du ymidot" the real fats they're often not a* .. No. 1419 '
I asked him. "Shoot birds. had as they may sound at flrM. 0..., or PKkllratl.ii A.. !Y.,.,. T. Oreo Pkg. 23c SUPERFINELImaarands 'WOW'
with a cannon" he calmly replies. like with people. Get ,. reallykimf wnnn ST"* "ATM rori""*' or who.n.omiTV.. r..ld.n. Cleanser Chunks Light Meat Tuna Salad OilMazola
your neighbor and chances, i"la7' E".. Street, Norfolk Vl"OFFICIAL
Seems they actually do use a !
2 26c 24c
pl.
32c % Pure
100
.
are you'll be more tolerant of his H 9- Cans No. Y Can
cannon-to shoot out a net over a You are required to '
of birds, the preferences-even though they'renot ''J..ly ]]rd. tl5I. In the aboy.appear on 18-oz. Argo Co-n 2
Sock feeding on Court named No. 303 Cans 29c MEATFor
ground. The birds. start to takeoff your own. Take a good look Seeks and dlvo,eau.e,,.. 'Iradtorrl wker.ln plalnllff Slarch pkg. 13c HORSE
County P & G Oscar
at the sound of the shot but brfore yon Jump to eon.luek"ac:9e l T.I"S'.aph In neat four.han weekly publish I.....this., Order Mayer Dixe'! Lily Meal or Scott Toilet Cols and D<*J t

the settling net brings them back epl Ile Nth k.aFloridandlists WhIt. Beei & "or-B-Q Sauce Griis 1 !.Iba
Naphtha 16c
Soap Tissn
to earth Then they're banded tff.A.ut) 1St A.al'U June 2 rolls 25c
around the leg so more can t.. SEAL A J. Thomas. "ixie Lily Ca-e Opens 'C
: 3 Drains
: 24c 52c Fast- jl jlI 17'
Aa CI..rlc of Court Slant Ban 12-os. Can I
Syrup' iG No 1 Can
'ha.nit.'Hei. C.oolhC' D.puI" CI..rlc cr, 44: I PlamHa
Cofirit\t,19JI.United Slant B,_,.To.Jnf. "lOlIdlnS') Jerit.onyi Guaranty. Llle can 21c
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All,.. Flnrlda. :: : :: : .- .
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13. 19SI_ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGKFH 8TARKF FLORIDA PAGE TIIRKH
._ ___ ,_ ___. ___._ _____ __ ._ __ ._ _.. ____._ ... :
had as their! guests Mrs, Fr.'d ,, .
, ,,,
.V .I I ;1. ? 'etti-e Tii .Appear

Miller Mrs Berta Peacock and 'I'HH, n..j IN' hn i Innr published. 1'. "I'. ..m 1vln, ,,, .
n "h"o
fu LONG I'h week ri r tour consecutive restdce -
FARM Miss Patsy Miller of Perry BRANCH I. I'ous .
'plo in the BriuUord County Tat.en .- not la and n'il.ee Po.I I
Charles
Mrs. George Manasoa and her ";'h ocrc"h n, o. I 1. 'lpwral nellver)'. C. Shepherd Sags:
hived" this trd day of July. 1051I ill.' :".II"n. S"w.rk,
lSy Mra. J. L, N. Y.
tdeld I Strlrkliin.ilMl .,
\b children Celia Jr. and y
\ George
?I'
f4. Bryan I,I (OFFICIAL fjl AL) A. J. Thomas. r hrrphy notified that 1\
Christine of Green Cove Springswere = Clerk of the Circuit Court putt. {? \"II'",C'" has been. filed
-s Shirley Ropers the 1U M)'itl, T. Deaver, l> *p''ty Clerk ".. ,1"1 yon In the above named
dinner guests of Mr. and I Training 716| 4t 1117| Cou,1, and cau.e. And .
week MisilIl'er you are raqulred Save this
th,' past Mrs. W. Q. Stringfellow at noon Worker from the Florida I to per's. a ropy .t :your answer. $ $ r

,,f Ft. Lauderdale Sunday. I Baptist Convention who Is with' M rirn "'0 APP19lnI 0.l'IHlnl PI..dl"8'Itr. Attorney 10 the. complaint. J ,'. on the on !

uest .>f Miss June Cald- Mary Carol and John TurneyJr. us this week, is really doing a I I I In Clrrult lit Court( llmdfnrd. Coue.trKlnrMm Law Ctrhsnga Rullding. Dnrranee Ja"kaon.,111" .. i
good Job of teaching! us. We I 'hae.ry.Frank \ Flnrld"" and rule the original
of Jacksonville spent several open C. MfheFcii, Plaintiff VIUlulne In
Ih'
and Miss ed office "' the Clerk of the
Finder this training C. Scheere. Defendant
"nie days with their grandparents: Monday evening Circuit Court on or before the SSrd
N.ker returned to their with ten adults and five Juniors Noll.*. Ti Appear Case No. I5SS day, of .Julv. 1HS1.: otherwise. the. al. Westinghouse Television
and Mrs. C. M. Turney duringthe 1 '
.tI"n. .
"' Meld' (
Monday nnUlnt Will be
radenton after present. There were also a number Ti> KUIne C. Peheera white rul.d..n taken an confessed.
past week ,'" IF: 610Veet 163rd STeit. by you
Mr, and Mrs. of children small\ ones Thla. .
Red Miss Melba Stringfellow visited present.All N..w.rk., New York nodes shall be puhlUhrd
Friday. showed great Interest. Miss Ton ,are. hereby notified that a once. each week for four coneecutlveweek
since Hubrecht Mrs Jimmie Brownlee at Kings suit .r Divorce hoe been filed* In the Bradford County Tele- TRADE-IN
O. F. Rogers In student of Stetson SALE!
Mrs. grsnh.OFFICIAL. _
fl ley Lake during the week. against you In the above named
baby daughter, 'Cain- University and Is doing this Mission Court and oAiine and you are required ( PEALS A. J. Thomas. ,
Fourth of July Fourth of July guest of Mr. work as her work. to nerve. a copy of your answer Clerk of the Circuit Court
n-nt the and Mrs. Herbert Thomas were summer or 1 pleading. to the complainton By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk UP TO $60.00 ALLOWANCE
'Ith T F. Bowen In Day She Is a very likable young lady the Plaintiff Attorneys Even; 124: 4t 9113ATTENTION 3
i Mrs. Irene Roberts and Mrs H and a T. Kvane and Seal n Evans, Jr,
F. Leeks of Palatka and their! vpry apt teacher. All who i 103 I.aw Kxhanite Hulldlns, Jackonvllle OA' YOUR OLD RADIO OR RADIO COMBINATION
other members of the have mlsMpd meeting her have ., Florida. and file. the origin. III..
Guard unit visitors, Mrs. Albert Reese and really missed something worth al In the office of the Clerk of the
National CMniilt Court on or before the Ith -.-- ,
her son Christopher of Denver, : -- -
raw ford left Saturdayweeks' while. I day of August, mill; otherwlne the .
training period Colorado. W M Chosfler has taken allegations of said Complaint will r I .
Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs be taken. nt confessed by you
Ala- over the insurance work In thissl'ction
IcClellan Anniston I I This notice shall be published
Crawford Is a. W. A. Knight were Mr. and Mrs that Mr. Carter formerlytook once each weik for four ooneeciitlvew r rr
Mr .. If You Have
hue eka In the tiradford County Teleicrnph M
|I Odls A Knight and their son of
Crawford and their care of. Mr. Carter hoe' j

Carmen and Cynthia I Bellevlew and Misses Sandra and moved, to Jacksonville\ and Is employed third thin. .PHAI.Klh Any) A.if J.July Thomas.Clef 10S1fOKKICIAI. PINE OR CYPRESS 1 I 4 1 1Y
of Atlanta Ga.
and Mrs. E. J. Burn- Marllynn Knight there. k i.f the Circuit Court ,
.Ir.,ih Mr and Mrs Archie I Following a visit with Mr and The people* who save. fodder I for lly :Myrtle T. lI"I"'r, Ix-putv Clerk TIM: HER TO SELL
4t
118| 727|
in Macclenny. Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld Mr and their stock are In the fodder l fields I

Sr H. Hundley of Mrs. Milo 'Seigler and their son this week busily engaged In the Large or Small Tracts
1 Mrs J \*.l.I'Fl in Ai'i>ntit
I for Fort Walton business of pulling or saving fodder -
left .1
Mr. Saturday
of Mike
<{. C were guests I In rlrrnlt Court. llrnilfuril Coun Williams fromy where they are residing. Mr In hanrrrr.Holiert .
\V, H. I Wllllo and II. Vetter, ,'r.. Plaintiff, va. .tMN'C ,
Tndgett a buddy came
attache of the i
civilian
until Saturday of the I Seigler is a Knwlltt I. Vvtter. liefendantCane ; I PAY TOP PRICESWrite
North Carolinawho technical library at Eglin Field. here Sunday night while we were No. 8498Nollr
k.i Other engaged In services and requestedwe To Appear.
recently visited Mr. I Mr and Mrs. A. L. Crews and '1'"* Kmelle: I.. fetter, whose replilence i O
sing some songs for them before and addrean In 7N-04 HletNlr..I. I
:
were Mr. and and Mrs. P. S. Crews had as
Mr.
Williams
they had to leave for camp Flushing, New York coH. |
H. Huff and their sons, their guests last week Mr. and Vanderpol. { or Call
which they did after few
a
songs.
You
are hereby notified that a
nd Benny. of Leaksville. Mrs. Tilton Browning of Tampa. We aren't great singers but we do Suit for Divorce has been filed i iO

. arolyn Bradley vialted W J. and ,against you In the above named
Mr. and Mrs. Lang love to make a Joyful noise unto Court and cause and you are required B.T.THOMASLUMBER

in Jacksonville during their eon, Tommle of Lake Worth the Lord, so we did our best' which to serve. a copy of your an-

week.d were Saturday overnight guestsof was probably very feeble: but they ewer the or pleadings I'lalntlffi to the Attorney complainton T. CO.

Mm Jack Nelson of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wallace. Returning seemed to enjoy the noise. We Frank Lnnilnim. Htarke, Florida and

41I1e were Fourth of July home with Mr. and Mrs are always glad to oblige In any Clerk file the of original the circuit' In the Court n'flre on of or be the. PHONE 211-J e4k ..

> Mr. and Mrs. R. W Lang were their pone Buddy and way we can. fore the lard day roIY'f 1961'otherwise P. O. Rex 735

, i John, and their niece Miss Nancy Mrs. Lizzie Strickland. Mrs. Complaint the will be IA taken a.; confeeHd aald. STARKE, FLA.

![ Vera! days during this Mynihan of Jacksonville, who had Sidney Strickland Emily Sllrox by you.Thin .
notice shall be
publishedonce
r I. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wale Henry Austin and Little Parry each week. for four consecutive I -
' Strickland alcame\ Tuesday week In the Bradford County Tele- -
'II I.ph. L# ... ?
- morning to spend the day with we Dated this' Seth day of Jun. 1951 "fStil

Strickland here at Clay Hill. (OFFICIAL HEA[.) A. J. Thomas IJOUSC
Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
I
fly Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk Yr O _
Short-cuts 6122 4t 7111O1KK wvwQo -

No lace for a longer period. '' cya :ffi 4av

Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs % 1O APPKtKIti ; :

Circuit. ('"...t. Bradford Coai.tr.
4i\'ll {x&t Spencer Crews and their son, Klttrlilni. In l .....*.......
% Billy of Starke Mr. and Mrs. P. Olllo Mae CummlnKN, Plaintiff vn, : : _
Arthur Clarence 4'ummln.ta, P*. line kepllii Jialyour ,
attended the reunion of
1.tll S. Crews .. t men
fendant. for I
i the descendants of the former's Case No. 8409 ;" .r ; ;.n wuhn "hold"perand nta: y our M'e
parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. S. Notice To tppeiir. 1 ;;EC' + f.It d l w }%'T" when further Pklurrl andaund
To: Arthur I C. Crews Sunday at the home ofMr whose realUent1 and' ml w
and Mrs. Stafford Crews near v e I c t1c Thu is enh
Vein are hereby notified that n 1'_ e r
( Long Bridge. .ni It for Divorce.: niHtudy: : of child dcrtr nj pnklucpl Y m.
l and nther relief hat been fll..diiffiilnHt ._;: xml you'll buy cnsincertnQ
In th* shove named
'fll1.
l p-t
NOrtCHTO APPRllln +
(oiirt and cai.Ho and you are reo "" A: ii
.... ,
fin-nit ( .t. Itrail'oril County /Cry/WpOY/
lulitMl to nerve a copy or your an-
I Inrlilai In C hnncerv.Angela pl. I yv
.wt r t>r pleadingx to the complaint Ftqul.lis;
'
Iott..h"e01'0" Inln. .. ..
OU tiro v. Harold Bank WIUI-IUIM, 11.- Frank n the[r.nndrum IMnlntirf'M ftll\rke.Attorney Florida anti T n niuhoealltndrl 369.95
g Cnne No:: 8023Notice
lithe-jobs ciHliint. 'In Apn.ar.To rib the fiilirlnnl In the office of the. 1YOU 'dean?, i
Clerk of the Clrrnlt Court on or he.fore ,
: Harold 1lnnks1'atrml.. whoneeffldence the Xtrd, day nf July IBM I lnthrdlnR
and addrpH I IH 20!) W otherwise tht allegations nf Ald'oniplnlnt Protect CAN BE SURE..IP parrxnty
1th Street New York City New will ho taken a* con
7 York. feiiHfrt by you. : your
You am hereby notified that a Thin not,Ire shall. he published
unit for Divorce custody and con. nee each w **k for four consecutive
for lubrication dependi.complete7
)jou're looking you can .... '>! trot of minor child hue been weeks In the Jtrntlfnrd County Tele-. :Lome with cnougllL "Wbstinghouse
:1 'lI.d lurnlnat yoil tin the above Itrnph k .J
: : ; ; thorough:protective l luErication, named Court and cnuue and you are lintel this lath day uf Jiin t 1951 j
dorl'I serve a copy of your (OFKJCIATj HKAU) A. J. Thomas. Fire Insurance
at will add years to the life of your car, drive newer : 1I' to the complainton Clerk of the Circuit Court
the Plintlff Attorney, T. Frnnk Haven Clrk
Hy Croiihy Deputy
OTHER MODELS BEGIN AT $249.95
for .andrum Stark*, Florida, and the 6122. 4t 7p3n1'IM '
r. to see us the orlKlnal In the office of

Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be. Charley E. Johns h
Hiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiimmuiii! iiniiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin fore the (Ith day of AuKUBt J951.otherwise ; .' 1'0 AI'l'F11I1In
of said < lr< lit ll (burl. Hrndford. iunntrtKlorhlm
the will all..gl\tlon.be taken ai con- In < hnnrrry.Port AgencyPhone
iSTANDARDiVERIFIED Complaint (*011 In. I'rlhli, Plaintiff VfJ IS STARKE, FLA. Chas. C. Shepherd
Cecil Edward Crlbb, Defendant.

'.. -.. :'. ::' :._. -. '" Tn Appear.In Cua. No. 8527Notice

: Cecil Kilwnrd; Crltil. whose '.. _
PHONE 218 residence, ,IK, SH N InonV AldrMi, ( '
Ttli'\ Won Radio Sent COUTH
: r Upholstery
LUBRICATION r'o Moore McCormlck Line, Pier T2, .., .....
( North Rlv..r, New York New York I

fiuuiuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii; iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiffi COLONIALFLORIST suit Yon for are lv..re hereby and n..llfl..1 reatorntlon that .of a Representing THE TRAVELERS Hertford :307( Wost! Call St. Starke, ..'111.

maiden. n"m" has been tll"d n"llnolynu .
In the above nl\OI..ol ('IIIor' and I i
cause and you are requlr.t toaerve n,
I I'e follow a scientific lubrication procedure beg A copy tIt your n".w" "r -------
pleading to the complaint .n the
, careful the right amount of the right Plaintiffs Attorney. Znc"h H.
to
put. [1.ln.. 505 lynch In,Ilding.

uality lubricant, in the right place. No grease- FLOWERSFOR the lackHi.nvllle original I In Florida the office and of file the

Clerk of the Circuit Court on or "... A swank and
ip or bearing overlooked. ALL OCCASIONS fore the 6th day of AuvUHt 1951otherwln : < in ITS field sweeping 197%

Complaint.* the will allegation be taken a of* conferred eald t' inches long longest in its field I e e and finest

by you. S' A huge anj husky 3190 pounds of no-shl t driving
shall be published
This nolle
) once each. week for four consecutive. Jge. streamlined action in the model illus- at l lowest cost with 1

COMPUTE IlamD QUALITY (j weeks In the Bradford County Tele- tipted htavletl of low-priced cantk !
'
stwicei PRODUCTS "SVid this nth day of Julv, 1951. And a road-hugging road-smoothing POWER q=
01 L (OFFICIAL REAL) *.
DISH GARDENS Circuit 58% inches between centers of the rear a
Court.
Clerk of the *
By Myrtle: rvDeaver, LI.putyet171fC wheels witiiit trtuJ in lU field! I Automatic fran lietlloaPowaggdm4frtomesk

POTTERY I

L. B. RED ALVAREZ SERVICE STATION Cb vrolct's ttms-prov4ld
( ) POTTED PLANTS NOTICB TO APPKARIm Trevla'
Temple Are. Call 8u, Stark Circuit ("e.". Brudferd ("....,,
PUHdal !. C...c...,.. Chevrolet Is the only ",/NkHt. coupled with 105-
its
L. F. DINKINS' SERVICE 'STATION FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE Thomas J. Ward Plaintiff vs. fi in field I low-priced car: offering bp. rfhtlnHttmootkttt., Elglay

Temple Are. Pratt St., Starke Marl I* Ward, Defendant.Ca.. No. 6613Nets. St you the outstanding beauty of Body gives 1161 ItwM

HARRY H. HOUSTON'S SERVICE STATION St 8t rku .. Te A__.. I n e by Fisher the utra..ft"lC: cot performance -tMit 'drlvlntcot elf bwea,,
Nona .. r..I.|
To Marl. I Ward whose of a Vah-in-lleatl Engine the -pins the most powerful
J'b. IS Starfce dene I..,: >Delaware.You 1* We.t 80th. Htreet, Wllmlncton cradled comfort of the Knee-Action Ride pcrfornuace Iniufiekll

notified that a and the vital safety of a Curved
hereby
are B ew....... l reesfy,
suit for Dlvorc. has been filed Windshield with Panoramic Visibility and .rw Tn.es. 7.. tIIiJ .#0
nam.dco..t
In the above
against and you cause and you are requlrd Jumbo-Drum Braka-ltrgetl in its AcIL''a. .u""" _' -

to ..n. a copy of your anawerfr .
pleading to the complaint on the ,-
Plaintiff Attorney Ray flelden
Helden' nnll. Florida and file the original In the .
office of the Clerk of the circuit ...
1
Court on or before the Ith day of v.y .
August. therwlee the alles'a-
lions of lUll. d Complaint will betaken A'y ,
a* confessed by you ,
Thla notice. shall be published
TWO far a i once each week for four rona' utlveweeka
I.. the Bradford County Telegraph -
FUN v,
nand till ttth day Of June ll'51.
DOU8U (OFFICIAL BBAf.) A. J Thomui- .
Means Clerk of the "Ire'ult ('"'.rt.
Ry Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy ('I.l rk

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'O"H..' TO '
rm m-m i *
You can I afford In firm nnrt.. llrir,rrd f .."nt..* w-:
b J/ FlorUInt. I. 4 ........... u -
fnne Writ. Hhervnn, PUIntlfr .-
}. ..r...* h..n"n. efndnnt 1 .;:;.--
trips uN,. 131 rot 'el AIr
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Tv/o Vacation ., _,_.., _
Notice To A....... ICsati..I.s: eI rad.ed sad arc
H T.. (fe-ora-e Hhervan. wh.-.. t. 'i idal ,. -.-- Irw.d a Lp.dr./ wee .e..Medey' eI _Oaf.'
and art-Irene I I.' 144 '" 114thp
4 >a'r, O one park long hIHn' w
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Tin are hereby nnllfl.d II, it a

maiden Snit for name Divorce has and been r.-fll'-fl-.'ratl aa-aln.. 'f.t line in its field !

flow Round-trip Fares/ y. u In the above named I'* npr and, I I 'iU P d
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-au e and :you are required e
eery. F COPY of your answer orI t! Yes these hipger.! mare beautiful

\ I pleadingtoAttorney '." the V n Pl fj more finely balanced Chevrolet" are
variety T FrankI..n"rum.
fun-more their field.
lint
.. EnJo,. more nctement-mor.:! FARES make It I 1 PtMke.. Florida, and file the luwtii-prictd in

f this Summer. LOW OREYHOUND Tak. the original In the office if the Moreover they are xtrenMty economical
of
Laltud on. he.
vacation Clerk of the Clrenit Court on-or .
Rey to choose two ags suety I bit o. pleasureone for the (th day of Aagus4 1t51: to operate and maintain, on
rlyo-tak. one later. to every gpacre oih.irn<'* the aileicartna of said the short drive or over the long pull.
holldas. Or.tltlaDd Coes !t Complaint will be taken a* con-
Son 0' your sstts your trsv.l dollars. eased by you. Come ,in ee and drive Chev-

V spot-and A_ ?...u This notice hall tit published. tolet and you'll choose A,". lcd,
0.. --.. I Innc.* each week. for four consecutive largest and finest loot-priced cart
0.. _rued W., Tn, weeks In the Bradford County Telecraph. -
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5.5.1 11 :: 'rs.pa::.I. ........ k40: 'aJb:T,> I Dated tM std day of July 1911., MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR
,5tl..1 .iv, .a. ..'" (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Nal.eeylHe III? Clerk nt the Circuit. rn..t.
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GREYiLOUNA PI" Federal BUS STATION :, TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

llaaal>AO PIKINR HTJTKWJPLM !' TO APPEAR
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i}'! PAGE .. 3 1951 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA ___ _.'nu)\1' .11,..
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i ..n thi, rialntlff". .Miorne, ,.T Flank, T"h, | ('..", .
''IC.. '1'.. 'pp.'sr. 11th day of July, 1I5I!
I .. ri',1- Lantlrum. Mnrki' Florida and file I hut II Ihl" '11111'
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T. S Ol'FU'lAL SEAL A. J. ThiilnitH,
New the orlKlnal' ,I" the offl.e of the ( HW. ,
d.I ,. I iIJCi I JladtKi'li: Avi-nue ,,, of
i 'M P n Clerk. Of the rlrrult Court or be.fore i-I.-ik the Circuit Court nn Ih. ; '
urns .J i" 1"1' 21, New' York I
i i ,, .. hereby notified that a the Llth: day of Au.U"I. 1961.otherwlne : HyMyrtle T Deaver Demity Clerk IliIIli 1 .
I ,., ), II l I' I IT I m'or.'.. hll" bun filed the allegation". of aald' 7113| It M Ih.,, I "
in the abine named Complaint will be taken an < onfenned CI: ,
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.to 'u'' by you Mint: '1'() APP HA it fnrl'
.. and jou are nflj.j'r Ih I
nut iiime$
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i H n Thin notlie nhall be publlnhedonce : ('nrt. Bradford C < 01 liemsCimpii1
Grow M< it io|1')' of jour IIII In Circuit un rKliirlilnl
I'..' '. t" I the ,'omi.lulnt' each week for four c'tieetitiveweeks I In Ihancerr.W ., "
nl.ndlnic'
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: I'liilnilff'ii Aiiiiriieyn. Hi.th- In 1 the IJradford County ..lttT Miller Plaintiff' vii Helen f"d I.
Gladys; 'Iooty"hone n. i" \\.11"11. snimmlth 1-I"lIdlnll', T..I..r.ph lIr,,,'" Dlller, Defendant 'I'hl
U i lIII..d. | |Ihl. llth day of Julv 1961. .. ,
I JarksoflvIile, Can No. 8539 One 00,' I
35; II I j r..III: K.,"nd I-.MH file Htrei'l the 01,litlrml I In the (OFFICIAL sl:AL) A. J. Thoman, ..tl.,. To Apue.r.Tci Week ,
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for ..r ih' Clerk of the Clnult I rierk of thf Clnult Court Helen Urnm hitler whoia. T.'I<""al.h
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------- 1' Denver, Deputy Clerk
.. before. the llth day af ny Myrtle r."llIn'And' addreim ,In484: nll".I"
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;i'Ami, Mifil. otherwlMi. the "11<.", 711.1 4t 83| wood Street I leant Orange, New (OJ'J'I'' ). 1
Miss Mae Hall Baptist WMU Circle A < ,1 i.ald Complaint will a.// ...y. Nor-I .\ Ii[
,- onfenKed by you. NOTKK TO APPFMIt You. are hereby notified Dy lIIyrtl or )
Weds Jimmie Ritch Met Last WeekThe Them Thl tlitli-e nhall be piibllnheiln In ( trral lf.nr.. llrndfnrtl (' iuafy', MUlt fur Divorce award of "
i ,U'h week for four Florldat' la 4'Imnrrrr.Thelma .
: j In Home Ceremony I i. ,us In the Bradford.on".u-1 Ward Mi>or.., Plaintiff vsKtephen .4-- --
Ida Darby Circle of the : '"" Elliott Moor Defendant.Can .
Baptist WMU met in the educa- TV,'te7thhli.. 10th day of July 1KB1. No 8542- Every Branch of
: In a lovely ring ceremony last 1(OFFICIAL SEALI A, J. Thomas, \ntlre. To Appenr.To' .
: tional building Tuesday afternoon illJune Clerk, of the Circuit Court, : Stephen Klllott Moore, whose
Saturday evening Mtos Mae Hall. July 3.The. I: Myrtle! T Deaver. Deputy' Clerk reildenc. and address 1 I.: Unknown. INSURANCEH.
of Mrs. i 7111 II kiluri You lire notified
daughter Mr. and Clyde hereby that a
chairman Mrs. L.
n program Mult for Divorce and
Hall of Theressa became the D. Haines, presented Mrs. Lex : iw .-.II'PESIC of maiden name nan been rentoratlon. filed

I bride of JImmie Ritch. son of 1t?. Green who gave tho devotional. In (lei-ull\ C.nu.C.: 'Ik-Hradford ('ount.'ls'I.la ).I atmlnnt you in the above named.

Mr. Ritch of ..... Court and online anil you arc required -
end Mark Hampton. I ii C he
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Program topic was "Have You i f !I ,'"....r. PIIlntitf. vn Ueth to nerve a i "py "f y ur IIn.M".r
J'' : The ceremony wa performed at Not Read", and those taking part i I.; Defendant. I or pleading the ,nmnJalnt C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE
1 on the rialntlff'H .
eight o'clock on the lawn at the Can No 853Nnllre AtturnM T Frank .
were Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Mrs. l.nnilrnm., sturke, Fit.rldn anil, fll,.
home of the brlde'a Bister Mrs. I .. 'I'... Ippepr.H the original In th.. .. ,,
I .ffi.
Edward Hall Mrs. Inez Green and The 1 oungH. \ I ih i I. Corner, whose renl- f Ihe PHONE
Clerk of th cir,'tin (', 116
Marjorie Packham. Me- "ur' m .r be.
t t Mrs. ,1 I, Kitherlne:; Street
Halnes. The prayer was by I..w. their hothouse fore Ihe nth lnv of Aiiifum IP61.
The ceremony was performed I 'III '* 'S y..rk.tr' .hernia l .,. .
t Ihe ,
Mrs. W. J. Epperson. OfferIng with hiM-ehy notified that aJl"tI"n I I I i 'if .aid Constant Service
by Rev. Merle Packham pastor of was $14.25.Mrs. plant iJlvirce nan been filed- fenned rotnplulnt. by will be .tnk.n' (1H 'in Over .;o rear8_

cJi the church, and her-in-la-y ofT pride. ,, \ "..u In the above named von.
.l
Andrews presided over the j ( t ,ml alice and you are re- This notice. hill,, bpublished .

the bride. bUHinena session during which :.- .4 ..," .i'i .. ,erve ... ropy of your enI. -"-'-.... :-, ,. .
t er'e'-- sts-tsssrrrrSrrrrrrssrsj-s ..
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i A program of nuptial music Mrs. Lea ton Wynn gave a year'subscription .' ii ;pli'iulliiK to the complaintn -----
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and the traditional marches were of the "World's Com Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Young who ycntlon In Dayton, Ohio where Ii i i 0.1,il h I i.I'lnlntlff.Of. l.yni'h a Attornev"ull.lInw, Jack- Jane Parker Fresh -_ Iced Si
' ; played by MUa Ellen Searle. Florltlaand file I the orlBln. '
racles" to one of the Intermediate in ill.1 'Pan.Customers' .
reside on Christian SI. in Starke raisers of these ,
rare violets met al In I tin office of Ih.'I"k" of the
J .' Arrangement of white gladioli girls. Plans were made to attend have turned what started out to I to exchange notes.A ..J it. ill ,r.uirt. on or .hfor the nth
and native greens were used In the New River Association In d.lIt\ .,.f Aua-lint, 1B51, citherwlne thealleicallonH .
be a hobby into a fairly few months
prosper. Mr.
: ago Young of said Complaint, will
If decorating the lawn. Hampton on Thursday, July 0, ous business. The flowers they built a green house in back of be taken an ronfenned by you
The bride chose for her wedding I
Refreshments served I h' nhall be publlnhednni.
were by started raising as a hobby have their home and started Thin nol BarCakej
experimenting. ,- ,
for four connecun
,'1. a beige suit with which ahe wore .iuh week
". the hostesses, Mrs. Wyon and Mrs sold to Jacksonville and Ocala So far, everything he n. ueeka In the Hradford ('
1'' blue accessories.Her .
c. Edward HaJJ.Methodist. wholesale florists so well that has tried to has been
i grow successful. T'ili'n"iedltlhla .
i mother Mrs. Hall. aelected 10th day (It Julv.
;1f. 'tIi a black and white print dress and they are proving to beVqulte! an addition ,He succeeded in raising (()l"l'i'IAtKA1., A. .1.
t' '. Men to their Income. I chrysanthemums In June which Clerk' of the Circuit ("unl"l -
whit. accessories. Py: Myrtle T Deaver, Deputy Each
Mr. Young Is retired farmer has been done --38c
Mrs Ritch mother of the bridegroom a only once beforeIn 7113| ]
Lake
and Plan SupperThe having leased his Ocala farm a few the state and the' wholesal.I .
i wore an aqua blue .ult
years ago and Mr. Young teach- florists In Jacksonville bought VdTK'KT .-
white acce.sorles.ij -
!" Methodist Men's Fellowship'\ e. in the Bradford County I them readily .. W hum It Mar ConevrnThin Jane Parker
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Following the ceremony a reception will have Its regular monthly supper ,In to notify all claimant Fresh Sugared or ClnnamolA
I. Schools. She also seems to hold Some of the unusual flowers tc
j waa held In the home of meeting Monday night July I and creditor that you are to file
some sort of record Inl that capac- be seen In their yard and green your. rliilma BKRliiHt the estate of DONUTS
the bride's sister Mrs. Merle 19, at 7:30: o'clock at the home of under doz.
Julia Johns 1..c.'I. made l
Ity, for she has either been going house are coleus, gloxrmla, tuber -
Packham. of ,
County
Arrangements sum C. H. Nasworthy on KlngsleyLake. oath to K K. Ferryman
mer flowers .were used In decorate to: school, teaching, or supervising ous rooted begonia sultanae, and Judge of Bradford County Florida, 'JfJil
since she first started at the the African violets. Since the within, eight calendar month. from
ing.The Leslie Biggs president of the the flrnt publication of this notice Corner I Jane Parker i b..1fl'Food
age of six. chrysanthemums have finished debt will be ,
otherwise iiald claim or
I bride's table overlaid
was announces that guest speaker -
group, She Is well known. In the their Mr. barred by the Statute of LimitsI -
state blooming Young has
with a lace cloth and centered on this occasion will be Rev. ads are designed to f Sandwich Bread 14c
and other sections of the had small of land -20
with: the three-tiered wedding Thaxton Springfield director of country a patch plowedto Carl John, Executor help you do your, shopping

cake which was topped with: a the Wesley Foundation at the University for her culture of African violets.At raise gladioli He says If het 7J13 4t 813 not mislead you. _ _ _ _

4 1 miniature bride and groom. of Florida. present she reports. she has didn't plant something on the land, SItU I'E TOHriulffiril t'ltEil'rOlt'II. That is why at AP we i Jane Parker
40 different
Four-branched candelabra with The supper committee will be over varieties some It'a no/'rich that the weeds would 1I,. ('..... at the ("casey Judge. have these i
of which were raised from seed '.. ,.. strict rules: .
Florida.
( u.i
burning white tapers, stood on composed of Mr. Nasworthy Carl Sour Rye Bread
soon take over. "Besides that. 1
This Is difficult because each one In 1'ri.hmeIn We advertise only food !
t4 either side.Presiding', Johns, Comer Ferryman and A. reO: Kxtata of J. F. Klckllter De. j
has to be pollinated by hand. Last he. says, "a man can't work all his that
we actually have inour
ceaneil
at the punch bow) JI'. Sauls. _ _ _
year Mrs. Young attended a con- life and then just quit.'* 'I'., %ll < reilllwr'n anil Peraona llav- stores.
4 were Mrs. Jimmie Onann and All men needing transportationare InK < laI I"... or llvmand Against Maid Jane Parker Freshly Popped

; Miss Grace Dickinson.Assisting requested to meet at the t8'.' We advertise it at the

In caring for the Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Miss Middleton OES To Honor notified You anil and each required. of you to lirenent are hereby any price! at which we plan to POPCORN a 25

guests were Misses Margaret rlalnm and demand which you. sell it.We.
Weds A. Budd Grand MatronThe or .Hithi nf. you, may have against !I
Hersey Florrie Gnann Ellen Garfield EvansSubDistrict J. Jr. Worthy the -Uati. of J. F. Kl<'klller. de I describe the food

: Searle Emmogene Hall and Mrs. In ,'cenneil lute of raid, County to thai accurately and don't Jane Parker
Carlle Trlest. PicnicThe Jacksonville Official! visit of the Worthy Counts' Judge of irradfurd: County, make
Florida, at hla office In the court exaggerated claims.

Later In the evening Mr. and Miss Marjorie Sue Middleton. Grand Matron of Florida will be heir ..if saul County at .I'III.ke.I',' If you evesfind that Potato t t Chips Ib. 81
Oarfleld Evans Sub-Dis- held Monday evening In the U. S Floililii' ,, within eight .. our can (
Mrs. Ritch left for
a wedding tripIn daughter -of Mrs. Suo Ididdleton moinhn from the time of the flrnt I Ipuhll.atlnn advertising doesn't Jive ,
the southern part of the state trict of the Methodist Youth and Earl L. Middleton of Jacksonville O. auditorium at 8 o'clock. Preceding of thin notice. Each I to these up _ _ _ _
; Fellowship held Its annual picnicat the meeting a banquet clulm. .>i i' demand shall be In writing standards, please
Upon their return they will make Sultana
was married on Thursday the Grand Ma- and hall ntatu the place (It r'eu-* let us know. Please write: Stuffed
Strickland Landing on Kings- honoring Worthy
their home on Hampton Lake. afternoon. June 28 at & o'clock to den.. and pont office I addrena of
ley Lake Monday evening July 9, tron will be held in the Methodist the ;claimant" : and shall be swum I CUSTOMER
Jesse Albert Budd Jr., son of Mr. RELATIONS OLIVES,51-2oz.
to hy the claimant, his accent, or
I with Methodist young people from Educational Building at 6 o'clock. ,
Teen Towners Elect and Mrs. Jesse A. Budd also of Wn'attornev. soil any nucli) claim ordHinanit I DEPT. .
and Starke Reservations must be made not
Lake Butler Waldo not no filed nhall be void. A&P
Jacksonville. Rev. Father Coum- Food Stores
attending. later than Friday noon. A. J. Thoman.An .
Governing Group ; t lug performed the double-ring executor of the I.aot Will andTentament I 420 Lexington: Avi,
Mile Evelyn Norwood of Waldo' or J. F. KI..IlIlpr.1 New York 17, N. Y.
In Holy Church
Rosary
Meet Each Friday presided at the meeting and awarded Ceremony We'kllLegioll Dance deceanedFlrnt MAYONNAISE
rectory Jacksonville.Mrs. publication July Mlh, 19111 i
teen-agen the attendance banner to Claude Hawkins of Jack. 7J13 4t 8illMl I )
Approximately 40 tho Starke MYF. Miss Phoebe Is Well Attended \ ;
v were on hand ,at the U. S. O Green of Starke led the sonville was matron of honor and I'M M: 'IO u'I'.a: It I 8 O/. Pint'
worship ... .
In I'I Irrnll Ci re llrniirord (i.unlj.
building last Friday night for the service ass luted by Mlas Oleeta best> man was the father of the The American Legion Dance l-lnrlilat In 4'hnnrerr.Hnrah -

first meeting of the newly organized Qreen. bridegroom.The last Saturday night continued its I lay, 1'lalntlff I vn. LouIs, DIIV, I ;;; .s-J. Jar23c Jar 39c
liefenilant Cane :Ou; 0541To
!1 Teen Town. The group bride wore a gown of white upward trend In the number attending "tI,.. '1'.. .,.'....... r- .

was conceived and sponsored by nylon marquisette with an off-the- according: to Ray Stone. Luul 10. Lucy. whon renldence. .
WSCS NoticeThe shoulder and, addrenH I I.: I'nknown
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32 representatives of the civic neckline. With it she Legion Dance Committee Chair You arn, hereby notified that acult ..

: i clubs and churches In Stark business of wore a lace bonnet and, veil and I man. Toby Dowdy and his Hl- for Divorce ban been. filed ; :; ', 2' ..: : :' .," '-",
regular meeting her 'igiti; flat you i In i the, above named
was
A committee of five was elect. corsage a purplethroatedorchid. Pointers Gainesville '
radio television ,'.
the Methodist WSCS will not be tiirt anil caiin anti you are relulled 4 LACIIOY
i rd to govern the groups activities and Mercury record artists to serve M copy of your annwer .
held Monday, July 16 but will be The matron honor I pleaillnir. td the complainton
$$1 "- and included Byron Newcomb 8th of wore blue furnish the music for these or
postponed until Monday afternoon, the Plaintiff. Attorney T. FrankLandrum. Chinese Foods
j grade; Margaret ROM Puncan 23. .. organdy and a yellow rosebud cor- Legion-sponsored dances held each ttarke, Florida and file
,9th grade; Patsy Kucera 10th July L. M i M .M sage. Saturday night at the local ar. the orlKlnal I In the office of theClerk
of the Circuit Court on or he.
grsde Ben North 11th grade; Following the ceremony, a reception mory. fur the 18th day. of August ID51; 1 Ib., 3 oz.

4 and Florence Brown 12th grade. Junior Club the bride's was mother.held at the home of Door prizes for last Saturdaynlght's otherwise the will allegation h* taken* of aa confenned ..old"onwlllint PEACHES Bean Sprouts lie

Only those students enrolled Ingradei Plans Barbecue dance were contributed byulllvan's by you.
The bride Is the granddaughterof Thin nolle shall be publlnhed
8 through 12 are eligible
$ Dry Goods Store and
tor membership. Members of the Junior Woman's Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton the Florida Theatre. once each In week the for Bradford four ctneac'ttiveweeks County 3 Ibs. for 29c CHOP SUEYor

; Sponsors of the organization of Starke. She Is a graduate of Telegraph.
Club are planning a barbecue The attendance of
approximately ,
Florida State Dated thin llth day of July 1951.
made It that the rules amdregulations University where
: plain chicken Strickland's OFFICIAL NEAL A. Th..maR.
supper at 185 people at the last daqce was ( J. :
governing them would she was a member of Zeta Tau Clerk of the Circuit CcurtSy ,
Landing Thursday evenIng. for surprising In view of the fact that CHOW WEINVegr.
come solely front their elected Alpha social sorority. and Is now Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk .
members their husbands and In Lola many of the dance patrons had 7113| 4t 8S| '
teaching Culver Large
p representatives and that the sponsors dates.. School with meat
acksonvllle. left town. with: the local National NOTICE" TO APPRAHIn
would serve only as an advisory mlldenotIIUer .
Reservation. must be rlrenlt Tenrt, Kradford Co...,.. CaliforniaVine
council. than Monday evening by Mr. Budd graduated from St Guard unit. ........., .. 4.........,.. 1 Ib., 2 oz. 53c

p This Friday 'night's activities Joseph's Academy, and the Jack- Betty Franklin Hudxlnn. PlaIntiff
calling Mrs. Al K. Carlisle or Miss va. Paul tinhorn Huda-lnn, Defend
'I call for a program of checkers Lillian Stump. Tickets will be $1.50 onvllle Junior College. Only One ScheduledFor dant. Cane No. 8540
:Mofle T. Appear.To RipenedCANTALOUPES
ping and. 'a movie. The -
pong ,
per plate.Legion. I : Paul Ohborn HudirInn, whonarft.ldnr
also has. on Danny Kay 5/or July InductionOnly ..
group a phonograph > mid ad hand and dancing will be enjoyedIn I Box 603. Yorktown Vlrirlnla.' JllfI..o..n."._
AuxiliaryThe In New Musical You are hereby notified that a 19c "
one man la scheduled for
the fixture. The'committee also ''I mitt for Divorce has been filed 1 'Value-Priced' Meats

decided to open their own snack Coming To Florida"On Induction In July from the Local against you In the above named .
American Legion Auxiliary Court and cause and you am reo
bar. selling soft drinks and candy Draft Board. according to Mrs. LEMONS 432' dz. 25c
Post 56. will: meet Tuesday, I Grade A, D & D Florida
with be used
the to In .
proceeds '
the Riviera"
'July 17, at 8 p. m. In the Legion a new technicolor Rhoda Dampler, chief clerk. However
financing various future projects musical comedy starring Fresh
home. another will be called In fora FRYERS.Ib.-S I
Any student enrolled In grades I Danny Kaye and Gene Tlerney Is POLE BEANS lb. ;
8 through 12 will be welcome at scheduled for the Florid Theatre pre-lnductlon physical exami DA.I.C 25c

the Friday night meetings heldIn Society Notice this Sunday and Monday. nation. Quick Frozen Red Perch

the U. S. O. beginning at 7:30. The picture Is enlivened: by four The man'i,to be called Is On ,', STARKE FLA. LETTUCE 4's ea. .- .23c

Mrs. Gladys. Mooty, Telegraph songs especially "written for the Lee Douglas,. _formerly of Lake FIllETS lb. 33cAHffood

Wo an's AuxiliaryMet society editor, will be on vacation production by Sylvia Fia*. One In Butler and now-working for the Fri' Sat. July 13, 14 RED RIPE -
for the next two weeks. During
particular the "On the Riviera", U. S. Engineers Guam. He received -
,
Monday NightIn that time aU persona with social number gives Danny a chance for his physical examination DOUBLE FEATURE WATERMELONS"- ... Sugared Cured Thin

Parish HouseThe or personal Item. may call the some of his highly expert Impersonations. there where; he will also be Inducted .! NANCY Goes To Sliced .

Telegraph office, 29. without returning to. the'

Directress. Mrs. Mattle The lavishness of the production United States.NOTICK. I' RIOIN Half 35c Whole 69c BACON Ib. 49c

Gahagan presided over the regu- BPW Club NoticeThe is indicated by some of the TECHNICOLOR ,

lar meeting of St. Mark' Wom props used. In one scene Danny TO -'PPE' Jane Powell Ann Sothern Sparkle Assorted Flavors Assorted 1-2 Ib.

an's Auxiliary In the parish house Starke BPW Club will hold Kay walks on SSO.OOO: 'Worth of I* rirenlt ("...... H....'.... C.u.y.

Monday night. Its monthly meeting Monday night minks that were rented from a KUrldal. O. I..IRer\In ('kanverr.W. Plaintiff. v*. Sylvia. 8,. AND GELATIN DESSERT 3 for 20c Bake Loaves 35f

During the business session It at 8 o'clock in St. Edward's rec- Los Angeles furrier at I2.&OO: a TAKE ME BACK Sparke Chocolate Flavor -
day and In another wears a suit -
was decided to change the beginning reation ball. -

of the fiscal year from costing $883. Not designed to set To ,OKLAHOMA ICE CREAM Dessert, 3 for 20c Dressed and Ready to Fry

September to January. any new style in men's clothes: HeadlessWHITINGJb.

After the business meeting the New Ice Cream the garment was corded with WILDINGW with Trx Hitter Sunnyfleld

minister. W. W. Phillips, gave an May Be SampledFree bugle beads to give an Iridescent I I Wheat Puffed Cereal, 4 oz. 08c 19c 1

interesting talk on "Life In Our quality for the technicolor cam Sun., Mon., Tues. : A&p .
At Lovett'sFree era. "On Grable It
Seminaries". Betty might July 15.
16. 17
A dessert course was served by look good", says Danny "but on' : Pineapple Juice, no. 2 can 14c .Air Wick 5 1.2 bottle 53c
I
of Ice cream will oz
samples
the hostess, Mr. Herb Thomas me -well It's a good thing I'm a. AIR CADETStephen Gerbers ,
be given away. at Lovett's in comedian.'" / Strained 1 19c
and Mr*. Gahagan. Uncle Ben.RICE 14oz
Starke this Friday and Saturday.Ernest BABY FOOD .
The Auxiliary has been Invited MrNaUjr. Gall Russell IQC Qt.4
Phillips, store manager
to hold It. next meeting at the Recent Birth NEWS and CARTOON Pis.

of Mrs. James Blackahea announced: yeaterday.TWn Woodbury Soap bath bar WESSON OIL 34c 67c
r ome is> part of a promotion pita "' offer tbe peopl of.Stasis 14c ,
on Klngiley LakaV Ail luncheon and Mr. and Mr. Morris Jackson of \n'TJ'Vs. JULY IB*u, JII.
\ swim has been planned.allCrawford I cream now being made for the Jacksonville\ announce the birthof and vicinity on e of the most DOUBLE FEATURE -.: Lifebuoy SOAP, reg bar 09c M1
a son on July 10 In St. Vincent' SNOWDRIFT 39c
Lovett chain by Foremost Dairies Hoapltal. Maternal rand- modem and finest. equipped SILVER DUST, 33c
The Ice cream comes In three The Outriders DASH &
DOG FOOD
mother Is Mrs. Carl Jackson of LUX SOAP ,
popular flavor. and la packagedin waldiag shops anywhere. FLAKES, 32c
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of pints and half gallons. Because Starke. AU Work GuaranteedSMITH'S la TECHNICOLOR: Lux Toilet BLU-WHITE FLAKES oA

iptoo announce the en.aðeir of the big volume that Is manufactured Joel MoCrrm, Arlene DsJil SOAP, reg bar 09c

ant of eldest daughter, for the stores, Lovett's CARD OF THANKSWe AND SWAN SOAP
GARAGEAND large bar
:Margaret[ t utse, to Donate Hugh ls selling this ice cream two pints wish to' thank our friendsfor 15c & P 'Food StorE
for 39c or 75c per half gallon The WICKED CITY RINSO Ige. 32c
Icrawford. son of Mr. and Mrinle .. the many flowers and other MACHINE SHOP giant. 62c
Phillips _lei. Maria Montes. Joan Pierre"

Crawford of Stark. Date He Invites the public to comeIn expressions of sympathy. In our recent Temple Are. Starke A_... Prices in this Ad Guaranteed thru The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea 'I-

f the wedding will be announced this weekend and sample this bereavement.-George Crlffls day July 14. Satur. a..*,* C-tt. c.. .'''' 1P5'

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j 1\1"" PKAim( Wiggins Mr and Mrs Genrgu Clark and MooR F Prathor and daughter, I Mr and Mrs T H M.-NolH f

I I rackionulle is home this week "fl children! of Jacksonville were Sunday I Mrs. J F R.ibb and children Mrs turned Wednesday after a0 d.i\

I \acation with her parents Mi guests of the R. A. Colson Fay Gill and son Tommy, and Mr visit with friends and relatives siNew 11'ELCO.1IE

aeeti and Mrs. One Wiggins. The Wig. Mr and Mrs Charles' Hardy and 1 and Mrs J D Doyle' visited the I Smyrna Beach.
j tenses( ': also have as their guest family visited Mrs. Hardy's moth Stephen Foster Memorial Sunday. to the

this week Miss Ann Johnson of er. Mrs. G. E. McCauley, in Palat Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent I

-JIN THE NEWSy Hawthorne. ka on the Fourth. last week with relatives In Tampa i LAKE CITY
; Mr. and Mrs H. A. Bishop, Sr i Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen spent and Plant City.
M j| have bought a the weekend with their aon-in-lav Mr and Mrs. Joe Starling and u
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and Bobby Carter of ] Wayneavllle N. C. and ade divide I j and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Don children spent Tuesday and Wednesday IT Af AL a TOBACCO MARKET

y J, Flynn la spending several \ Ing their vacation time between ][ Patray, in Jacksonville. of last week In Lakeland tt
, of Jack- :
Q Buie I Starke and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Plummei with friends
L Waynesvllle.
uncle and aunt, ],[1'. :
' at the t t ta
the weekend K. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J F. Jaudon was called to and daughter, Ida Lou, of Eau Mra. N. B. Rosier and daughter. OPENING JULY 19
Tyua.
In, hake Hewitt. : her home In Tampa Tuesday of\ Gallie were the Fourth guest of Linda Rae, were visiting Mr and

,. George C.weekend White two Fourth sons in, and Bobby last week by the Illness of her Mr. and Mrs M. F. Hazen. Ida Mrs. R. s. Johns in Lake Butler Hi Grading & Hi Dollar

spent the mother, Mrs. J. M. Clyatt. Lou remained here with her uncle over the Fourth. I I a l ,r
W. Alderman and relative I Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John and aunt for a two weeks' vtalt.Mr. Mrs. J. F. Robb and children, ait-ait your leaf on this market.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
hit*. entertained at a barbecue chicken and Mra. Michael Gllhool; who have been visiting Mrs Fay
Whittle daughters, Evelyn Gill for two weeks; returned to ALWAYS A SQUARE DEAL
dinner
Raymond in their back yard last were visiting in Green Cove Spring!
visited Mr. and Mra. W. I
their home in Columbia S. C.
Sunday Friday on the Fourth. I
,lie were son, Jr and, family in evening for Mrs R s.
and Mr*. Don Page. I Mahoney of Flint, Mich., Mrs Miss Alice June Harding of At Wedneaday
over the Fourth.Won't Frank ATTEND FIREWORKS & STREET
Fraser of Jacksonville
MiJiley of Lakeland Nettie Harper of Ocilla. Ga. and lanta, Ga. Is spending' her week'8with i

Hood of :Mulberry mine our :\ : : Mr. and Mrs Jack Sidman of St her parents, Mr. and Mra spent the Fourth with Mr. and

esldnts.of! Brad'ord !HLr', at ALVAREZ Petersburg' Tom Harding. Mrs. Leslie Biggs.:
I' Mrs P. G. Gill Mr. J. F. Robb DANCE
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weeks Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T.
two H.
.,D ndlng and Mrs L. D. Vinlng attended Slade wen
Mrs. Smith Mr. and Mrs Tommy the In Rnxlcy. Ga. business from and children, Mr. R. F. Trather
; ,n-iaw Vining family reunion on
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'other relative' and Waycross Ga. and ::'011' In Stockton, Ga. over the weekend' Sunday to Thursday I and daughter and Mrs. J. D. Doyle I

Cl-.arlie Wiggins of Burton Vlnlng! of Miami returned Mrs. Morgan Darby of Keystone spent Monday at Silver Springs :oo() 1'.M..t: nltl :Midnight
Mr and Mrs G. E. Miller and
and were weekend guests, a to Starke with the Heights spent the) weekend with
Reese Vlnlngs for
, I. RV Ala. of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. week's visit a her Bistcr-ln-law, Mrs. S. L. Peek, son. Jack will leave Sunday, fora Th re'n a thnn for '\crj thing. News On The Air
Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Emma Sr. week's vacation with Mr. and And the than to as e UN utMiiil
of lest week to Jane Canova of Gaineavtlle Mrs. I. P II in New- WRUFMarket'
,
v Shepherd through! Saturday
liiHiiraiico for /
and son, Blah, moveJ Is Miss Joyce Oliver of Fort adequate dour
Vs,, atl m with and Mrs.Mrs. new home on the new Mr. and spending Mrs. H. A.this Dl lop week, Jr.with) Lauderdale was the teat the early nam, Qa They will be accompanied home and furniture IK this : !) :\ J :t5 P.M.: 6:15: I: 1 P.M.:
11? ;Mr by Charles Shepherd afar 1
I last wek.. Ihm't It off-It may
returned Highway Friday part of the week of Miss June putt
Sgt. Reese Miss Louise I Stern HVrillNfl "SPITS one-third off Coldwell. a. Griffin, Ga. where he will lx too lute.GCNERRUWURfWCE. :Monday through Friday:

Monday will while remain Mrs.htl(1ret houseguest, Mlsa Nell ALVAREZ STORE. Mr. and Mra. S. E. Sparks. cull for his relatives.family, who have beenvixlttng WDSR 6:30:: A.M. 12:15: P.M.: 3:30 1 P.M.: ,

( : St. Louis, Mo., toured spent Sunday with Judge and Mrs ((5:30:: ) P.M.:
15.: I Mrs! W. H. Smith and sons, Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and arm.'
and child Southern past of the Dick and Tom of Starke and H. Wilson In Bronson. Jimmy of Tampa and Mr*. J. WKlncaid Saturday:
t :Marshall are spending four day last week. I Mrs. C. E. Reid of Atlanta Ga Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster of returned to the O. L.. Beas-' 6:30: A.M.. 12:45 1>.:\1.

i hicola Marshall'sand Miss Sharon Hall i returned from a two"weeks' vacation Jacksonville were weekend guests Icy home Wednesday' after' a Sunday:

,Ith Mrs.Mr. Ben Row lost Friday from St. : in Miami. Joan''!Smith! wtuaccompanied of Mr. and Mra. J. K. Douglaa. week' visit In Tennessee The I IHoppE's 0:30() A.M. 6:00()() P.M.
Hospital where she Mr. and Mrs. William Norris
will visit Mra and
Beasley
who had them to Miami, U
Rowland appendectomy. She plan to the weekend in Ocala .
spend
Mrs. Kincaid for several days before
with her *lfl- remaining for five weeks attend-
weeks returned home home for two weeks ing the hummer band camp at the visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. returning to their home in
hail
turning to work. University of Miami.Dr. C. Hillman. Tampa. .

Mra. Carrie Adams and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and! Elmer Eberle of Pittsburgh Pa., BATHING SUIT!! ......-thlrd off
gsTRlVY' HATS one- ed to her home In eon, Tom, of Jacksonville were has returned home after a two at ALVAREZ STORE.Mr. Hw

iUVAKEZ STORE. after spending a month guests 'Of Mr. and Mra.: T. J. Griffin week visit with his brother, Rua-
and Mr. Earl Johnson and ,
sell Eberle.
son and family, Dr. and Dr. Rltch1 mother, Mrs.Carrie WALK IN-:
Breateale and Mis H.: Adams Mr. and Mrs. William S. Col son two sons of Metter, Ga. spent
Ritch, from Thursday to several last week at the
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[>ton spent from Satrelay I and little' son of Orange Park day
at the Middle Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Sunday. spent the Fourth in Starke with Weeka cottage on Kingsley Lake .
daughter, Betsy, of Mr. and Mrs Edward Burnt ...
Cedar Key*. relative. Julia Lawson, Joan Sllcox Helen
; Tidman'' of ed Mr. and Mrs. A. N. had as their guests Monday and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. fowling of Haines, Joan Tenly, Patsy Benton
re Jack Sunday. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Daytona Beach were weekend Sylvia Alvarez and Mrs. C. Tenly

j are making an in- Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Haynie of Chicago. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley returned home Thursday after a

with Mra. Sidman'sland Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome Andrews. week spent( at the Y, W, A. meet- RIVE OUT.
V. S. St.
Mrs. and
of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. family had as their weekend Dr. J. W. Brownlee Is attend ing at the Baptist Assembly,

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. guests Mrs. Charlotte Sander ing camp at Fort McClellan, Ala. Rldgecrent' N. C.
and children of Valdosta, Ga. Mra
family had as their with the Florida National Guard. Mr. and Mr. Ewell Lawson and
guests Mr. and Mrs' E. Lena McCall of Jasper and Mrs. Supt. H. P. Morgan and Charles son, Jimmy, are visiting in Au-

and children, Charles, Sarah McCall of Palatka. Hardy were In Tallahassee Mon burnilule.! Winter Haven and
KILLASTER of Orangeburg, S. C. Mrs. L. E. Miner'' of New day on business for the School Miami this week WITH THE DEAL OF THE YEAH !
Smyrna Beach Is spending three
Mra. John Neff of Board. Mrs. Lila Paul of Miami 18 I spending -
weeks with her niece, Mrs. Her the
Mrs. Effle Johns spent .
Mr. and Mrs. Char the remainder of the Hummer
bert Green and nephew, Charles Fourth with her nleee, Mrs. L. W trade on a
spent the weekend with with her nieces<< Mrs. R. C. Damplerand
.\STS LONGER Mrs. Lyle Anderson in Fields.Mr. Webb, In Hawthorne. Mrs. J. D. Griffls and families. {o
and Mrs. Jim Brown God- Charles Knight, who Is attending .
Springs. win and eon, Jimmy, of Bell Glade summer school at the University Mrs Ada Alexander and Minx the DODE
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. will arrive this weekend to upend of Florida spent" last weekend Wilma Alexander are vacationing NEW
their weekend guests for the next six weeks' In Bnnne. s BiG )
two weeks' vacation with their with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Euray Clark and parents Mrs. Robbie Shelter of H. V. KnUht.: N C, ns guests of Mrs 13. Halnes IIor _

nie, and Miss June Starke and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mrs Laura Colley had an and, Miss Martha Halnea.

sonville.SiyniER. Godwin of the State Farm. Weekend guests her daughter-in- Dr find Mr*. E. O. M n*ker and ,
Elvis, and Mrs. G. C. Livingston ... i. ....
Miss Eleanor Whonlc of Lyons law, Mrs. Pauline Colley, her son, '
SI',ITS .!'" Ga. spent the weekend with her granddaughter, Mrs. PrlHCllla of Tempo arrived todiy to --- \.! L\.
TORE.
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at sister, Mrs. James Drew, and Mueller and her great grand- visit George McMaater Mr and,

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. family. daughter Yvonne Mueller, all of Mr'.. Frank Carter tf Clcnrwnter
Winter Haven spirit Hat Saturday as guests of
Dandy Va. were Don't miss
Tradition"j I our IIUst'IIERI : :
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Martin ofChicago Mr McMaHter.
of Mr. and Mrs. W H. I I.\It! ; ALVAREZ STOKK. I
3.
visited Mm Carrie In- I
Mrs. L. D. Green Mr. and Mrs E..1. Hazen of t
gram last Friday on their way to ,I
F. Saula spent the Plant Suffered After
City were Sunday guests of' Miami. They at one time resided
lund visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. JJcKlnney.The .'I' In Starke when Mr. Martin was' Every Meal Due
Lennon and Mrs
McKlnneys also had as their stationed at Camp Blanding.Sgt. .

hart. guest Saturday, Mrs. R. E. Hazen and Mrs. H. M. Sullivanand To Acid IndigestionRecently t..arkaa..ewren.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. of Brooker.Mr. .. children Mrs. Pettit and Mrs. an.uu I.dune..Ila...ark.

Jr. and daughters, Mary and Mrs R. J. Davis spent IJ. T Jones of Tampa are vlHltlng I a lady stated that she

Sally Ann, returned from Wednesday to Sunday visitIng Mrs. Mabel Sullivan this week was troubled with IndiKeHtlon!: after

Friday from a ten-day their daughters and famille8'1 Sgt. Sullivan is being! transferredfrom I every meal regardless of what she ACT NOW For &esf choree model and color
spent in North and Mr. and Mrs H. G. Davis, Mac Dill Field and will leave I ate or how much she ate. That she .

lina. son Greg, in Tallahassee, and Mr.' for Africa Sunday. had tried about everything sold

Col. and Mrs. H. C. and Mra. L. F. Smith, Jr. and son, Friends will regret to learn that for stomach relief but with no WAIT/ u minute Innt.t'c'v.!: .. j.IIt( the' Ug new Dnilge of your choice right now.

children, Nancy and Larry, In Munaon. Miss Virginia Sewell and MissShirley success. until she !got INNER. WHY for you today' big eye-fillm/ Today you'll get our ton allowance figure on

Augustine are spending Dr. and Mrs Cecil Naftel and Colley were Injured In an TONE. She state she was amazed Docile/: ready and waiting. Corno In and ilrlvo your present car. And for only a few dollar
two son of Birmingham, Ala.were Automobile accident near Ocala with the result when fine took
at their cottage on It nwnyl a week you can start right In enjoying' alt
Little Chuck ( guests the early part of the last weekend necessitating their this Medicine. Now she eats with. You'll' get the deal of the year on the car the many extra advantages Dodge gives you.
out fear and I. free from indigestion
week of Mr. and Mrs. Sale. hospitalized there. Miss
Guy being
Mr. and Mrs. Charles of the The growing popularity of this So don't wait) Remember, you could pay up to
for the first time In year.
Mr. and Mrs Martin Land were Colley has since been released year.
underwent an for and lull all the
new Dodge that of all previous $1,000 more a car not get
INNER-TONE I I. the formula great surpasses
new
in Mayo for the weekend visiting from the hospital and la now at
Fe hj I AtSTER'S dectomy last Saturday models in Dodge history. And we want to extra room driving cow famous dependability -
Da. where the family Mra. Leads parents, Mr. and Mrs. her home In Starke. Miss Sewell of juices from Nature' plants you
of
,
share sttcce.sl'tat's we're Dodge.
DRUGS Robert Lancaster, Sr. who sustained a fractured jaw combined with blood building in our why going
DVA DRUGS cationing. Mr. and Mrs E. F. Mlle visited and other Injuries, has been transferred IRON and nerve strengthening! all out to make. it easy for you to'own the Come in,now for a grand deal on a great ear I
Mr*. J. B. Carter and
Mrs. Miles' Mr. and from the Ocala hospital to VITAMINS B-l, B-2, and BIt
parents.
GROCERY"JUNK'S Miss Elizabeth Carter, has relieved people who Tour Dodg JtaUr Is Trantportatloa htadqvartirs, COME IN TODAY I
Mra A. L Brown, In. Macon, Ga. a hospital hi Orlando Her mother many
: fort, S. C. arrived .
.over the weekend. ,,Mr*. W. B. !Sewell! who was had! never' been really helped before
noon to spend several Mrs. Bill Parka and -. Billy vacationing in North Carolina, U by any medicine. Taken

the 1.. G. Powell family. and Buddy, of Lake Worth were now with her daughter In Or shortly before meal It mixes with J. P Roberts MotorsTemple

weekend guests of Mr and Kir lando. your"thiM blood and aids and digestion bloat".
B. Jr. eliminating ga
W Mundy. .
SUMMER BUITS' one-third of So don't on Buffering! Get
go
Mr. and Mrs Cheater Moody
at ALVAREZ HTORE. KOCH Ave. STARKE FLA. Phone 69
i and children of Lake' Butler and INNER-TONE at your ,
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tTe,
drug
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs.: Wallace Faulk of

son. of Starke spent the Fourthat Jacksonville and Mr. and Mra ,

Dedie ( (Ji. -To Community Service Lake Geneva and Keystone Maxie Carter of Starke are spendIng ..

..M..... Are Better Thoa Ever" Heights. two week at the fitruth cottage .
Don Pittman and, Billy Hamilton on KIngsley Lake. "s

y' H ONLY ..Tue.. Wed. July of Marianne, who are stationed Mr. Ethel Steinberg Barbour 7 '
at Jacksonville Naval Base of Tallahaasee and Mr. Elsa I ".
g FEATURE
were weekend guests of Cecil Relnohl Lyle of Jacknonvllle were .
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55"AND ....- Sewell. guests of friend fa Starke Toes- 1e
Mr. and Mra. M. E. Coker and ,- .
Com. and Mrs. T. Thompson, of day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and j ms 'I

Jacksonville were guest on the family apent from Saturday to ; ,

Fourth of Lt. Col. apd'Mr*. James, Monday visiting friend and Tel')

A. Griffin. tier In Georgia and Alabama, -

an.. Mr. and Mr*. T. O. Griffin and Mr. Roy Smith of Tennllle I

little Peggy Davis and Dianne Ga. Is spending several weeks with
MtaaYMAl Ritch spent Monday in Jacksonville I Mr. and Mr. K. G. Duncan. The I 4 .

visiting Dr. and Mr. C. C. Duncan. and their guests are enjoying "

r c.F Etos rrlqflll Mendoza and Miss Gloria .John. two weeks at the Klnrald ,, r
I cottage on KIngsley Lake. 1q

; All Drew. :STRIVV HATS one. Mrs. Ray Maple and sister, Mra .
hrrG/iC acaaa.F ears. .
l R half off at ALVAREZ STORE. I I Jewell Thomas spent a few day.this .

k week In Macon. Ga.
&ea'GLORIA ear.tar r. r Wood. Jr. of Zephyrhills ,
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n r.w..at .. Glen ,
M r.w yrrrN Friend of G. J. :.reG riff, Sr. will ..
of Starke, underwent an I
formerly at the i iemerg..ncy regret to learn of the death of his

JEAN Plus "Rival RomeOfO" l appendectomy mother. Mrs. P. T. McGrlff, on
t "Rrth'e Dade City Hospital Sunday even I I July 5th at her home In Jackson .

Gentry8er- Latent laws ing. I' ville. Attending the funeral on :
'Nos' D.XKH,." cartoon Mr. and Mr. J. H. Moaeley and
Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Mc.
returned to their
Mrs. J. T. Tlnsley Grlff, Sr., Mr. and Mr*. G. J. Me-
n. July 15,16 homes In Memphis, Tenn. last Griff. Jr., Pat McGrlff and Mr ;. .
Thursday after a week' visit with SHIP COOt..WAKf FRESH with air ,
July and Mrs. Lex Gresn--
Fri.
Thur. -
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the Moseley's son-in-law and Among; the out-of-town friends ...t_,t.". conditioning or h*>m.- H. H. j
daughter, Dr. and Mrs. and relative who attended the 9, re fan.and KEEP COOL throughout the

Adams. Funeral of Mr. S. R. Johns Sr -- .-ap: + day by turning over hot tiring chore
R. 3. D flil spent
1 iiim Mr. and Mrs last Friday were: Mr*. Perry John .
1116E tiSTEEL u Thursday in FernanJina visiting of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. .. .. ,. to Rcddv Kilowatt.

friend A. Hutson of Yulee, Mr*. Little
Mr. and MI'I. Van Mooty and Parker of Jacksonville Mr. Irma '

eons, Alan Lee and Glenn, or Whltsett of Indian Rock Beach, IOOIST BAV.OAIN v S TOWNI I IrMl.

Miami were guests of the Harry Mr*. George Hall of Palatka Mrs. ,. nUle .q __ -u, .. aat _
t a Mootys Thursday of last week. n. Sibley of Flormhome, Mr. Henry .y __ r. r. .w t..r..y O

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight had Saxon Mr*. L. O. Johns and ),11".. < I 4.' oTq .rue,- Mr.r.i .

1 1r a* their guests Wednesday and O. P. Wadsworth. all of Hampton, IJ- i ; ,

Plu "T tourlm Throu< : Thursday of last week Mr. and and H. C. Wall of St. Augustine

Cartooa and "Land of Mr. J. E. Powell and aon.?John, Hr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy of -

S.4" cartoon Tnm.p.. Jr of Jacksonville and Mr. and Augusta, Ga., who were also here FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANY .

aad Mr;*. C. Shepherd and daughter for the funeral, returned home

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I orlnrlnul ,In,' t the ..cr. e of the ( > ow' ,
'Mums ,I I. ", '. 1J41 Miidlxnn, A t-iiue, New 'jth"I rk of t lh.. Clrtiilt,I Court on or .be. I'lirk ..t the Circuit CourtBy on thu I
I \ ,,1 I< i '"t% J New Vr rki that .K fore the nth: tIny of Amfu-t. 1 6Jotherwlne : Mvrtle T Dar Deputy Clerk I.atu, ,
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hten
"" i ru'i I nixoue" llM" Complaint' will be taken, a* ,'unf. ("I.'t" < .
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"'.t \ 'u eceed. Luy vu.ti ai'rIi'I'19 tPPMlItIn r"r, 'holh..r"
in I I ,md' IIU."- and )',.n "I" ruie Thin nutlie nhall be publlKhed Circuit nart.. llrmlford County,, '
tMt Grow , I ..c"P| )' i'f your an- ,'utlve ('
fl. once each week for four tonne Morldal In Chancery.Walttr '''''1.1.
w, ,..r i 1,1"o'lIn"' ". to the complain. Until- week* In tile' LVadfnrd CountyTdeKraph HIII r. Plaintiff' vs Helen r........ I '
th. ""I.lnllcr' AltonieJK.
Gladys Mooty .n I I' '"i' t n,,iiinr, ZClfl Smith' HulldlnK, l lateti thin llth flay of Jlllo1: (Ira".' Blller, Defendant.Cane No. 8539 Thl"n. ., I ,

IIII I'hone 35 "II I r; V'i "> I th Hlreel', .ia,1tiflVIllC In the (OFFICIAL "ORAM A. J. Thomas, Notlre To Appear.To .:..i'
Fl ',da .,n.1 file the oilulnal Clnull Court. .
for flrrulti Clerk rf the Helen' (Irace Blller, whose Telegroph1latuul.
.. SS JSSSSStSS_ .. "4 ff,,..i "n,t "I lh'" ,hefore I'lerk the"f the llth day. of Dy Myrtle T Dt-aver. Deputy' Clerk resilient and address la464: 1'101'w" 11 1 1O9'llu
AUKt, I'M, l. otherwl. the .alleitai 7113 4t 813OTilt I "" Street Halt Orange, New JerYt'ii ( ,

I WMU ,r.Hid Complaint will be I "C)'.
Circle
Hall
Miss Mae Baptist .iiiinfenited' by you. TO APPEAR are hereby notified that a Dy Myrul ,; ''I,
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Thi" nitlre nhall he puhllnhedn In ilreult (nnrt. llradf.ird <'ounip. suit for lvorcef, award of child to
RitchIn Met Last WeekThe Them
Weds Jimmie ." h week for four cormeru- tlorltlat In t haarerr.Thelma .
I a. It- In the Bradford: County Ward Moore. Plaintiff. v..
Home CeremonyIn Ida Darby Circle of the TI..r.ph.' Stephen!! Elliott Moore Defendant
|.nl.... |hi'.. loth day of July. 1951. Can No tiUa.tlre Every Branch of
Baptist WMU met in the educational : 'OKK1CIAK. "";AI,) A, J. Thomas, :%.. In Appear.To .
a lovely ring ceremony last building Tuesday afternoon in Clerk of the Circuit (',,"rl.Iyr Stephen. Klllott 1110....., \vhorenldence ..
Saturday evening. Miss Mae Hall, 3. ) ,I., T Deaver. Deputy, Clerk and address In: Unknown.You INSURANCEH.
July T13| .t jj:3: are hereby notified that a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde The program chairman Mrs. L. suit for Dlvorre and restoration
Hall of Theressa. became the of maiden name has been filed
D. Mrs. Lex ,IPPKtftIn :
Haloes presented '11'1'11'.1 TO .
against In the above
bride of Jimmie Ritch, son of Mr. Green who gave the devotional. June I In.nil I'm,ir'. Hrndfonl ( ...n'1 and you cauiee and you are nam..dCourt required -

and Mrs. Mark Ritch of Hampton. ,i1'4T l-tiirliliil, lit < hanrery. to nerve a i'"py ..r y..ur annwer .
$ Program topic was "Have You I.f I' ""r.er,. I'lHlntlff. VII HethDefendant. ,
WALL
I or pleading to the omplalnton C. AGENCY
The ceremony was performed at Not Read", and those taking part ,; No. 8037ll the Plulnllffd Attorn v T Frank .
L eight o'clock on the lawn at the were Mrs. W. L. Andrews Mrs. Cane Landrum Hmrke, FIo""I"i and' file i
,.. ,'e '1' tip.'nr. .. .
home of the brides slater Mrs Edward Hall Mrs. Inez Green and Toounll', '* S. -. I"f th 1 1-: ,1'orner whose re.....- .the....rk original of t the ('lr"IIII in tt-c,"ffl urt "''n .if'ir (lb.'j be PLEASE PhONE I 16Service _

,_ _J Marjorie Packham. Mrs. Halnus. The prayer was by \lrivv' their. hot /.. u _,d. S ,n"i Yrk., Katherlne. Htreel M fore the llth: day i>f Aiiitnn, Ilfilotherwlne I.

' : The ceremony was performed 1 Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Offering' hou-w plant with : ill u irt" heiwby, notified' I hat tiedMu. .. Complaint' th will"' allevnt he Ilk'll;inn-, ,.if i- ald,in. Constant Over 30() Yeort"
(
Rev. : Parkham of' ,- Divine ban been fenced
by Merlo pastor by .
$14.25.Mrs. you
was pride.Mr. ., > "u In the above roHm '"
the church and brother-ln-larv of Andrews presided over the ... # t'tl.. "L: ,nl., alice. and you are re- This notl.'e nhall b< publl ihed _

j. f the bride. : bUHineM soHslon during which ca. ," ::4 A. : '',',., liilnt an- t".. 'fl'dfl'rrssr-ssssssrrrr "I _

A program of nuptial music 'Mrs. Lean Ion Wynn gave a year's n II'.' I'lnlntlff. At"mmcv..uiu'h II.

and the traditional marches were subscription of the "Worlds-Com' and Mrs. R. F. Young who vcntlon In Dayton Ohio where .I In,.,11'I IK,,II.i I..- Klnrldil.'<,
played by MUa Ellen Searle. radcs" to one of the Intermediate reside on Christian SI. In Starke raisers of these! rare violets met ;" I III'I office of the Clink of the ."

4 Arrangements of white gladioli girls. Plans were made to attend have turned what started out to I to exchange notes. i'Ir'' "lit, i'urt, on or bfore the 11th

1 and native greens were used In the New River Association in be a hobby Into a fairly prosper. A few months ago Mr. Young ,ulliKHtlonH Iu\ ,if AllKUHt, ,<,f nnld lIlt;Complaint olherwlwe' will the (0

decorating the lawn. Hampton on Thursday July 5, ous buslneis. The flowers they built a green house In back of be Ink..n "8 confemed by youThin I Bar Cake

.ft,. The bride chose for her wedding Refreshments were served by started raising as a hobby have I their home and started experi eaih notice week shall for ha four publlHhidonii tonnecu.HM .

, ( a beige suit with which she wore the hostesses, Mrs. Wynn and Mrs, sold to Jacksonville and Ocala menting. So far everything he v.eekn In the Ilradford

blue Accessories. Edward Hall.Methodist. wholesale florists so well that has tried to grow has been successful. telegraph.Juteul' thIs. itch day of '

: ; Her mother Mrs. Hall selected they are proving to b"quite an ad- .He succeeded in raising ([OKKH'IAh 8KAI.) A. J. eounl1// TOfiaUr

a black and white print dress and Men dition to their Income. chrysanthemums In June which fy Myrtle(',prk T, Peaver of the,Circuit Peputy Each38c

i I white accessories. Mr. Young I. a retired farmer, has been done wily once before 7113

' Mrs. Ritch mother of the bridegroom Plan Lake SupperThe having leased his Ocala farm a few In the state and the wholesale -

wore an aqua blue suit and years ago, and Mrs. Young teaches florists In Jacksonville bought o'ru'.J .- -

It white accessories. Methodist Men' Fellowship in the Bradford County them readily. I'1'.. Wkom II May Co._r. Jane Parker Fresh Sugared or CinnamOllA
j4 Following the ceremony a reception will have Its regular monthly supper Thin In to notify all claimantsnd
Schools. She also seems to hold Some of the unusual flowers tc creditors that you are to file
was held in the home ol meeting Monday night July some sort of record In1 that capacity be seen in their yard and greenhouse your claims against. the estate of DONUTS doz.

1 the bride's sister Mr. Merle 16, at 7:30: o'clock at the home of for she baa either been goingto are coleus gloxemia, tuberous oath Julia JohnK.to R eceaed K. Ferryman, made County under 2rner l

Packham. Arrangements of sum C. H. Nasworthy on Kingsley school, teaching, or supervising rooted begonia sultanae and JuilK of Bradford County, Florida IffCustomers'
mer flowers were used In decorating. Lake. within elKht the African violets. Since the
first started at the Jane
since she Parker
Leslie president of the the firm publication of this notice 1 ib. j 11.]2{
Biggs age of six. chrysanthemum. have finished otherwise Bald claim or debt will be f

The bride's table was overlaid group announces that guest spealc She is well known In the state their blooming, Mr. Young has barred. by the Htatutee of Limitations Food ads are designed to Sandwich Bread 14
with a lace cloth and centered this occasion will be Rev. c -
er on
and other sections of the countryfor had a small patch of' land plowedto Carl Johns, Executor help you do your, shopping,
'ti with the three-tiered wedding Thaxton Springfield director of her culture of African violets.At raise gladioli. He says if he 7113) U l3| not mislead
you.
cake which was topped with a the Wesley Foundation at the Uni-
present. she reports. she has didn't plant something on the land Jane Parker
g miniature bride and groom. I versity of Florida. :>O'I'l'i'7 TO (HKnlrOHl That is why at AP we
over 40 different varieties some 'rich that the weeds would I. The Four-branched candelabra with The upper committee will be it's so: have these strict rules: .
of which were raised from seed llruilford I'on air. Florida, Sour Bread
burning white tapers, stood on: composed of Mr. Nasworthy Carl This is difficult because each one soon take over. "Besides that." In I'rohHleIn We advertise only food Rye 1 1.|
I>
hMate of J. F. Klckllter e-
either side.Presiding'. I Johns Comer Ferryman and A. has to be pollinated by band. Last he says "a man can't work all his OeHHeil'lu.re: that we actually have in

F. Sauls. ... '. ..... I
at the punch bowl '' til < .. .1' and PernonN our stores.
Mrs. Young attended a con- life and then just quit.
year Jane
were Mrs. Jimmie Onann and All men needing transportationare In:* < Inlm.. nr Demand %.. "! ColdEiatP We advertise it at the Parker Freshly Popped

,Miss Grace Dickinson. requested to meet at the You and each of you are hereby price at which
Church at 7 notified and required to present nny we plan to POPCORN 2
Methodist
Assisting in caring for the p.m. Miss Middleton OES To Honor clalniN, anil demands which you sell it.We. _

guests were Mlsaes Margar.t Weds A. Budd Worthy Grand MatronThe or Hither, iif you may. have aicnlniit. I describe the food
Jr.
Henry Florrle Gnann, Ellen Garfield EvansSubDistrict J. the atnti' of J. K Kltkllter tiefeiineil
I .lute. of ,anld. County to the j accurately and don't Jane Parker
Searle Emmogcna Hall and Mrs. PicnicThe In Jacksonville Official visit of the Worthy County, Judge of irradford: County I I make
Carlle Trlest. PlorklH. at his office In I the court' exaggerated claims.
I Grand Matron of Florida will beheld hotiK', if Maid County at Htnrke, Potato Ib.
_ 1 : Later In the evening Mr. and Garfield Evans Sub-Dis Miss Marjorie Sue Middleton. Monday evening the U. S Kloridii i w it h in eight: calonilnrntonthii It you ever find that our t t Chips, can 81

Mrs. Ritch left for a wedding trip daughter of Mrs. Sue 'Middleton at 8 o'clock. Preceding from the time of the flrpt I advertising doesn't Jive up
of the Methodist Youth O auditorium puhll, itlon of thin notice. Each
trict I
t In the southern part of the state. held its annual picnicat and Earl L. Middleton of Jacksonville the meeting a banquet claim. or demand Hhall be In w niti tug, I: to these standards, please Sultana Stuffed
Upon their return, they will make FellowHhlp was married on Thursday Grand Ma- and hall Mtate the place of reMl-' let us know. Please write:
Strickland' Landing on Kings-. I honoring the Worthy den .' and poet office addreaa of
their home on Hampton Lake. evening July 8, afternoon June 28 at 5 o'clock to tron will be held In the Methodist the Claimant' and Khali, be sworn CUSTOMER OLIVES 51-2
ley Lake. Monday Jesse Albert Budd Jr., son of Mr. Educational Building at 6 o'clock,, by the clalmnnt! bin. atcent" or RELATIONS oz. -. -
with Methodist young people from also of hln'attorney, and any ..,"ueh claim fl' DEPT.' ,
Teen Towners Elect; Lake Butler Waldo and 'Starke and Mrs. Jesse A. Budd Reservations must be made not riHinand.. not HO filed nhall he volil I i A&P Food Stores
Father Coum- .
Jacksonville Rev A. .T. ThomaK '
later than noon
Governing Group; attending. log performed the double-ring Friday Aa executor of the I.nitVI11 and I ITeHtament I 420 Lexington Av..,
MUa Evelyn Norwood of Waldo ; of J. K. Kl<.kilter, I! New York 17, N. Y.
111 Holy Rosary Church deceaneilPtrxt .
ceremony MAYONNAISE
Meet Each Friday presided at the meeting and a- rectory. Jacksonville. Weekly Legion Dance publication. July 1 Ith, 19B1 'I

warded the attendance banner to 713| 4tMIIK ill
40 teen-agera'' Mrs. Claude Hawkins of Jack Is Well Attended I ,
Approximately the Starke MYF. Miss Phoebe \ 8 Oz., Pint
'
sonville of and i: 1'11 C i ila I'u's: Cit
'1 were on hand ,at the U. S. O Green. of Starke led the worship was matron honor (Irenlt I ....r.. llruilfordllnrlilal C',,,,a I,..1
last for the test man was the father of the The American Legion Dance I In thnneery, ff'' :J
building Friday night assisted Mias Oleeta : I
service by bridegroom.The Hnrah I liny, I'lHlntlfr, v.. TjOiilH flay 3---g--i Jar23c Jar 39c
r
first meeting of the newly or. Green last Saturday night continued its Defendant. Case. No. 854 _
ganized Teen Town. The group I bride wore a gown or white upward trend In the number attending :\..i h'. 'I'ti .tiienr.lo. I I
'nylon marquisette! with an oftthe.lIlIould..r : 1.oulle tiny whose rexldtniand -
was conceived and sponsored by according to Ray Stone addreHM. .IM: Cnknoun. .
WSCS NoticeThe
:32 representatives of the civic neckline. With it she Legion Dance Committee Chair You aie, hereby notified. that a ,' ., .,
: ...
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clubs and churches In Stark*. wore a lace bonnet and veil and man. Toby Dowdy and his Hi- xult for l>lvori." him heen filetuKultiNt -
Lk regular business meeting of you i In the above nametiSitiit
i1 A committee of five was electt her corsage was a purplethroatedorchid. Pointers Gainesville radio television and caulKs and you 'ar. requlied LACIIOY
the Methodist WSCS will not be .
record artists to nerve a copy of your anMwer
the activities and Mercury
: : govern held Monday July 16 but will be or pleutlinir to the complaint
: and Jncludud Byron Newcomb 8th The matron of honor wore blue furnish the music for these on the rliilntlff. Attorney T Frank Chinese Foods

Row Pun?jU1 postponed until Monday afternoon organdy and a yellow rosebud cor- Legion-sponsored dances held each "(.amlriirit. "*'tuirkt'i Klorlila anil rile< -_
4 grade; Margaret July 23. ...t LIS3 <. M .* the original In the offli. of thi-
p. age. at the local ar
Saturday night
,9th grade; Patsy Kucera 10th Clerk of the IMrrult Court on or "... 1 lb., 3 oz.
; grad4? Ben North 11th grade; Following the ceremony a reception mory. fore the 19lh day of AliKuat 1BK1otherwliie ;

Junior Club was held at the home of Door for last Saturday the alleiratlonn of said. PEACHES Bean
and Florence Brown. 12th grade. prizes Complaint will be taken a. cunreH Sprouts He

t' Only those students enrolled In Barbecue the bride's mother. nights dance were contributed by .ed by you
Plans Thin notice Hhall. be publlnhed .
The bride Is the
grades 8 through 12 are eligiblefor -- granddaughterof Sullivan's Dry Goods Store and once each week foe four coniieeutlve. CHOP SUEYor

membership. Members of the Junior Woman's Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonof the Florida Theatre T..I..raph.L'al"d weeks. In. the Uradfurd County 3 lbs. for 29c
Starke. She is a graduate of
Sponsors of the organizationmade Club are planning a barbecue The attendance of approximately this lllh day of July 1951

it plain that the rules sad chicken at Strickland's Florida State University where 185 people at the last daqce was (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, .1. Thomaa
supper
he was a member of Zeta Tau Clerk of the circuit Court
; regulations governing them would Landing Thursday evening, for surprising In view ot the fact that By Myrtle T Deaver Deputy Clerk CHOW AIEIN
come solely from their elected Alpha social sorority, and I. now 7111| H 813 1
their husbands and
members many of the dance patrons had Large
representatives and that the sponsors dates. teaching In Lola Culver School Veg. with meat

would serve only ..s an advisory must be made*not acksonvllle. left. town with the local National rircBlt NOTICE(....r.TO. nrndfnrd APPF.'RI. County. CaliforniaVine
council. Reservations Mr. Budd graduated from St Guard unit. ........... In (-.....UF.BU 1 lb.,. 2 oz. 53c
later than Monday evening by ) Franklin Huda-lnn, Plaintiff
This Friday nights. activitiescall calling Mr*. Al K. Carlisle or Miss Joseph's Academy and the r Jack- vn Paul oehorne HudKlmi.. Defeml- c -
onvlUe Junior College. daft.' cane. No. 8540
for a program of checkers, Lillian Stump. Tickets will be $1.80 Only One ScheduledFor !%o.!". T. Appenr.To RipenedCANTALOUPE
ping pong and 'a movie. The : Paul Onborne Hudclnn whose '''l
also has a phonograph on per "late.Legion Danny Kay Start* July' InductionOnly residence. and address. In: t'HVMNW. .
group
"U" ..
Box 101 Yorktown Vlrirlnla. -
hand and dancing will be enjoyedIn In .You are' hereby notified that a each ,19c, &
New Musical
the future. The"commute also Auxiliary one man Is scheduled fo: airlt for Divorce hoe been filed. Value-Priced ',M ,
;
aeralnet' you In the above, named
Induction In from the Local
decided snack July
to their own To Florida
Coming
open
Auxiliary Court and caune and you are p.-
bar. aeUIng soft drinks and candy The, Post American 56. Will Legion meet Tuesday, Draft board according to Mrs LEMONS, 432' dz. '. 25c Grade A, D & D Florida

with the proceeds to be used in "On the Riviera" a new technicolor Rhoda Dampler, chief clerk. How.
July 17, at 8 p. m. in the Legion
Fresh
financing\ various future projects musical comedy starting FRYERSIb.-:
home. ever another will be called in for ;
Any student enrolled In grades Danny Kaye and Gene Tierney is aml. D POLE BEANS, lb. 25c
8 through 12 will be welcome at scheduled: for tbe Florid Theatre. a ,pre-Induction physical e .BW'TARKE

the Friday night meetings held Society Notice: this Sunday and Monday nation. ": LETTUCE 4's Quick Frozen Red Perch

In the U. S. O. beginning at 730.: Tbe picture U enlivened by four The man* i to be called Is Ones FLA.Fri. ea. ,-, .23c
:
Mrs. Gladys Mooty Telegraph songs especially .writtea. for the Lee Douglaav.4 formerly of Lake FILLETS 33cAllfood

1 Woman's Auxiliary society editor will be on vacation production by Sylvia Fin.*. One In Butler and noVr 'worklng for the ., Sat. July 13, 14 RED RIPEWATER

for the next two weeks. Dur nf particular the "On the Riviera", U. S. Engineers In Guam. He received .
DOUBLE V.a. Thin
I Met Monday Night that time all persons with socialor number gives Danny a chance for his physical examination FEATURE ... Sugared- Cured,
Sliced
personal items may call the some of his highly expert Impersonations. there where he will also be inducted NANCY Goes To MELONSHalf

] In Parish House Telegraph offlc*. 29. without returning to the
RIO BACON Ib. jc
The Directress Mrs. Mattlt The lavlshneas of the production United States.. 35c Whole 69c -

the BPW Club NoticeThe I. Indicated by some of the IN TECHNICOLOR
UGahagan. presided over re&'U'lar
used. In one Danny Jan Powell Ann Sotliern 1-211).
meeting of St. Mark's Worn- props scene !InTUIt' TO APPKtR Sparkle Assorted Flavors Assorted
Starke BPW Club will bold Kay walks on $50,000 worth of !. ("....l. ('_1'.. nradCord CmmmtrKlorMai .
B sn's Auxiliary In the parish houseMonday !. (.......,.. ANDTAKE GELATIN DESSERT for 20c
Its monthly meeting Monday night minks' that were rented from a Bake Loaves 35r
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ji night. W O. I. l rv flalnlirf. V* Sylvia H,. -
ju During the business session It at 8 o'clock In St. Edvard's recreation Los Angeles furrier at 2.500 a ME BACK Sparke Chocolate Flavor

j B was decided of the to fiscal change year the from beginning ball. day costing and$685.In another Not designed wears' a to suit set To ,OKLAHOMAwith ICE CREAM Dessert, 3 for 20c Dressed and Ready to Fry

any new style In men's clothes, HeadlessWHITINGJb. i
I September to January. New Ice Cream the corded with Tex Sunnyfield '
tile garment was WELDING Rlttrr
ti After the business meeting
J minister. W. W. Phillips, gave an May Be SampledFree bugle beads to give an Iridescent" Wheat Puffed Cereal, 4 oz. 08c 19c'.Air

Interesting talk on "Life In Out quality for the technicolor cam Sun., :Mon., Tues. A&p .

At Lovett'sFre era. "On Betty Oracle It might
Seminaries". July 15. 16. 17
B A dessert course was served by look good", say Danny "but on Pineapple Juice, no. 2 can 14cG WickS 1-2 oz bottle:
ample of Ice cream will\ me well It'. I'm ..
Herb Thomas a good thing AIR CADET rbers Strained
the hostess, Mrs. 1 1it 19'
be given away at Lovftf In comedian." Uncle Benr RICE 14oz
and Mrs. Gahagan. BABY
has been Invited Starke this Friday and Saturday Stephen MrNally Gail Russell FOOD, 10c QU.
Auxiliary
f The -.
Ernest Phillip, store manager.auotipcs ,
_ jto hold Its next meeting at the yeiterday.TW Recent Birth NEWS and CARTOON WESSON 34c 61e'
home of Mrs. James Blackshear > W. sties th* peopl of. gtke.Md : Woodbury Soap, bath bar 14c OIL,
_____ 1 11 of a promotion' pl** isi11
and part Mr. and Mrs Morris Jackson of WED.'nJ\1& nTL 1: J
Lak .A luncheon ia J .
on Klngsley Brand Icecream Lifebuoy SOAP
swim has been planned.HallCrawford t4Y Introduc the Super Jacksonville announce the birth tlclalty oae of the most DOUBLE FEATURE ...: reg bar 09c I.U
being made for the SNOWDRIFT 39c
now :
of a son on July 10 In St. Vin SILVER DUST
Lovett chain by Foremoat Dalrie modem and flaMt equipped 33c
cent' Hospital. Maternal grandmother The Outriders DASH FOOD.16c
The ice cream come In three Is Mrs. Carl Jackson of LUX SOAP FLAKES DOG
popular flavor and I I. packagedIn weldlag ahope aaTwhera. 32C age
In TECHNICOLORJoel BLU-WHITE FLAKES,
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of pint and half gallon Because Starke. AU Work Guaranteed Lux Toilet SOAP
bar
MrCrv*. Arlene Dahl reg 09c
Hampton announce the engagement of the big volume that 1* manu

of their eldest dauahter.Mar.ret factured for the stores, lx>velt'. CARD OF THANKS SMITH'S GARAGE AND SWAN SOAP, large bar 15c Stor

Louise, to Donnle Hugh I la lolling this ice cream two pint We wish to' thank our friends The WICKED CITY A & P Food
R1NSO.
_ ; for 39c or 75c per half gallon. for AND MACHINE SHOP Ige. 32c giant 62C I
the flowers and other
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and Mrs many
of Mr.
Crawford son Phillip ...Id.He Marl l\loat.a..r..n Pforre c'The

_ U>nnle. Crawford of Starke. Date invite the public to comeIn expressions of sympathy our recent I I Temple A_ Starke Awnoulw Prices In this Ad GU&1"aJ\teed thru Satur- Great Atlantic and Pacific !:

f the wedding will b. announced this weekend and ample this bereavement. -George Grlffis day, July 14.I 11-: ..._.. C-.rr .."* !
) St.
popular Item. < and family. I .I r- 300 East Call _.
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I M'"+ FvgK/ )' Ann Wiggins! Mr and Mrs. George Clark and I 1---------- 1 I Mr and Mrs T H McNeill 10 returned -
after day
a
I fark'onville is home this week 01 children of Jacksonville were Sunday : Mrs. Wednesday

vacation with her parents, Mi I guests! of the H. A. Colsons Fay Gill and son, Tommy, and Mr : visit with friends and relatives at IVL'LC'O.VE

'and lIfrs. Orle Wiggins. The Wig Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and and Aim J, D. Doyle visited the I New Smyrna Beach. to the 1

senses also have as their guest family visited Mrs. Hardy's mother Stephen Foster Memorial Sunday.

this week, Misa. Ann Johnson of Mrs. G. E. McGauley, In palat- Mr. and. Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent J
Hawthorne. ka on the Fourth. last week with relatives in Tampaand LAKE CITY

fIN THE NEWS Mr and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Sr. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen spent Plant (""Ity. wEi LT Tp' li liTnMfOI

| have bought a summer home at the weekend with their son-in-law Mr. and Mrs Joe Starling and

Waynesville, N. C. and ade dividIng and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don children spent Tuesday and Wednesday I f TOBACCO MARKET

,. j. Flynn and I Bobby Carter of Daytona Beach I their vacation time between Patray, in Jacksonville. of last week in Lakeland
E
'. Buie of Jack 1 Is spending several weeks withia I Starke and Waynesville. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Flummel with friends. 19

L Q weekend at then i uncle and aunt, Mr.\ and Mrs. H Mrs. J. F. Jaudon was called to and daughter, Ida Lou, of Eau Mrs. N B. Rosier and daughter, OPENING JULY
the :Mr. and Mrs. Tyus, their Linda Rae, Mr. and
K. Tyus. of were visiting
Hewitt. her home In Gallie were the Fourth guests *
Tampa Dollar
L/lke and Bobby the Tuesday of Mrs. R. S. Johns In Lake Butler I Hi Grading & Hi
White two sons, spent Hazen. Ida II
<-. last week by the Illness of her Mr. and Mrs. M. F. I
,. George II
weekend Fourth In Cnattahooohee visiting mother Lou remained here with her uncle over the Fourth. this market.
the Mrs. J. M. Clyatt.Mr. I strait your leaf on
spent relatives.Mr. Mrs. J. F. Robb and children,
and and Mrs. V. and aunt for a two weeks' visit.
Alderman S. St. John I
W. and Mrs. F F. Stump: and entertained at a barbecue 'hlckendinner Mr. and Mr. Michael Gllhool who have been visiting Mrs Fay ALWAYS/ A SQUARE DEAL
ite. Lillian ( Gill for two weeks, returned to I
"> daughters, Evelyn and ,,
Whittle in their back were visiting In Green Cove Springs
Raymond yard last their home In Columbia S. C.
visited Mr. and MrV, H. Thomson ,
the Fourth.
Sunday Friday evening for Mrs. R. a. on
were I Jr and,., family in Monticello Wednesday. \ STREET
lod 1>lrs. Don Page- the Fourth. Mahoney of Flint Mich.. Mrs Miaa Alice June Harding of At Frank Fraser of Jacksonville I ATTEND FIREWORKS &
over Nettie lanta, Ga. Is spending her week'swith
Hanley of LakelandHood 1 Harper of Ocilla, Ga. and spent the Fourth with Mr. and' ,
of Mulberry, Don't colas our MIDSUMMER: :: : Mr. and Mrs Jack Sidman of St. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Leslie Biggs. t tI
tI I DANCE
Tom .
.,;dent.,of Bradford I SALE at ALVAREZ STORE. Petersburg Harding.Mr. Mrs. P. G. Gill, Mrs. J. F. Robb I
and Mrs. T. H. Slade were
weeKS Mr. and Mrs. L D. '
nding two Vinlng! attended and children, :\trs.: R. F. Prather
? Smith 1 Mr. and Mrs, Tommy O.Brlen ofWaycro the Vininff reunion in Huxley, Ga. on business from THURSDAY JULY 19th
family
,n.laW. Mrs. and daughter and Mrs. J. D. Doyle
.? relatives and s, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. In Stockton, Ga. over the weekend Sunday to Thursday. spent Monday at Silver Springs. 8:00: .'.:\1. Until :Midnight
other I II of Lakeland, Ga., Mrs. Darby of Keystone
I I Charlie Wiggins Burton VinlnR/ of Miami returnee Morgan Mr. and Mr. G. E, Miller and' I

Reese' and were weekend guests, a week ago,I to Starke with the Vinings for iweek's Heights' spent the weekend with son, Jack, will leave Sunday fora I There's a time for everj thing. Market News On The Air
4 RV of Mr. and Mrs. L, D. Vlning. visit. her sister-in-law, Mrs. S. L. Peek,,
week'a Mr. and
vacation with about
Ala.
I And the time to are UN
,Moitgomery week to Mr and Mrs. H. (\.. Bishop, ;Jr. Emma Jane Canova of Guinea Sr :Mrs. 1. P Shepherd, II. In New- aa
v of last with Mrs. and son Blah, moved Into their, vllle Is spending/ this week will Mi.sH Joyce Oliver of FortLauderdale .: nam, Ga. They will be accompanied homo and furniture 1-4 this WRUFfond A.M.: J :15 P.M. 6 :-15 P.M.

?,; au u and Mrs. new home On "the new Blanding Mr. and Mrs. H. A Bishop, Jr. was the :;nest the early I i by Charles I Shepherd an ww-k. Ion't put It nff-It may
t., Mr Highway last Friday. part of the week of Miss June he will\ Friday:
returned I far ** Griffin, Ga. where be too late Monday through
ggt. Reese while Mrs. Miss Louise Stern and herhouseguest. IIVrillNG St'ITS!I one-third off Caldwell. call for his family, who have been r WDSR 6:30: A.M. 12:15 P.M. 3 :30 P.M.
Ie,day remainS Miss Nell Combs of ALVAREZ STORK.; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks visiting relatives I 6:30 P.M.

ildren: W.H St. Louis, Mo., toured through the Mrs. W .H. Smith and sons, spent Sunday with Judge and Mrs. Mrs C. C. Hoppe and son Saturday:

Southern part of the state for Dick and Tom, of Starke and H. S. Wilson In Bronson. ;Jimmy, of Tampa and Mrs. J. W P.M.
jlarsiiall! and chlld- last week.Miss Mr. and Mra. Bill Plaster of 6:30 A.M.12:45
four days Mrs. C. E. Reid of Atlanta. Ga. Klncald returned to the O. L. Beas-
.
micola are spending Sharon Hall returned home returned from two'weeks' Jacksonville were weekend guests ley home Wednesday after a r Sunday:

(th Mr. Marshall' lost Friday from St. Vincent'sHospital In Miami.a Joan"Smlth! who vacation of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas.Mr. week's visit In Tennessee. The 9:30 A.M. 6:00 P.M.

id M" Ben Row- I where she underwent an I them and Mrs William Norris Hoppes will visit Mrs. Beasley and e
accompanied to Miami, liremaining'
Rowland, who had appendectomy. She will remain plan to spend the weekend In Oca- Mrs. Kincaid for several days be. I
I for five weeks attendIng -
\iii-hall: : home for two weeks before returning : the summer band camp at the la visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. fore returning to their home In -

i to work. University\ of Miami. C. Hillman. Tampa. .

Mrs. Carrie Adams has returned Dr. and Mrs. T. ,O. Hitch and Elmer Eberle of Pittsburgh, Pa. BATHING SUITS! oiw-thlrd off
has returned home after two
,TB\W HATS one- to her home in ;Jacksonvilleafter son, Tom, of Jacksonville were a at ALVAREZ STORE
week visit with his brother, Ruesell .
LVtREZ:: STORE. spending a month with her guests of Mr. and :Mrs.. T. J. Griffin Eberle. Mr and Mrs. Earl Johnson and WALK INM1

and Miss son and family!! Dr. and Trtrn. H. and Dr. Rltch'a mother, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. William S. Col son two sons of Metter Ga. spent :

Breazeale from Sat- H.: Adams.Dr. Carrie Ritch, from Thursday to and little son of Orange Park several day last week at the

ton spent and Mrs. C. K. Hayes and Sunday spent the Fourth 'in Starke with Week cottage on Kingsley Lake.
Middle- ....
sday at the daughter, Betsy, of :Madison: visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns relatives. Julia Lawson ;Joan Sllcox. Helen ..
.
Cedar Keys.Jerk Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Sieg on had as thetr guests Monday and Mr. and Mr. J. L. Dowling of Haines, Joan Tenly, Patsy Benton,

rs. Eidman of Sunday. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs Walter P Daytona Beach were weekend Sylvia Alvarec and Mrs E. Tenly

are making: an In- Mr and Mrs. H. F. Herlong of Haynie of Chicago. guests of Mr and Mrs. Wesley returned home Thursday after e

with Mrs. Sldraan'aand Jacksonville were weekend guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsomc Andrews. week spent at the Y., W A. meeting RIVE our.-

Mrs. V. S. St. Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong. and family had as their weekend Dr. J. W. Brownlee Is attend- at the Baptist Assembly, -

guests, Mrs. Charlotte Sander McClellan, Ala. N. C
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and ing camp at Fort Rldgecrest .
and children of Valdosta, Ga. Mrs.
family had as their Saturday with the Florida National Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and

guests Mr. and Mrs': E. L. Smith Lena McCall of Jasper and Mrs. Supt. H. P. Morgan and Charles !Ion. ;Jimmy, are visiting In Auburndale. -

and children Charles, and Lennie, Sarah McCall of Palatka. Hardy were In Tallahassee Mon Winter" Haven and WITH THE DEAL OF THE YEAR !
KILLASTER of Orangeburg, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs L. K. Miner' of NewSmyrna day on business for the School Miami this week.
Beach is spending three
Mrs. ;John Neff of ;Jacksonville.Mr. Board. Mrs Lila Paul of Miami Is spending -
weeks with her niece, Mrs. Her. Mrs. Effie ;Johns spent the .
and Mrs. Charles Parker the remainder of the summerwith a"orlgtbe8iG
bert Green and nephew, Charles Fourth with her nleee, Mrs. L. W. trade on
( spent the weekend with Mr. and her nieces Mrs. R. C. Dampierand
Fields. Webb, In Hawthorne. to
USTS LONGER Anderson in Green Cove Mr J. D. Griffis and families
Mrs.
Lyle Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown God- Charles Knight, who is attend- .

Springs.Mr win and son, Jimmy, of Bell Glade ing summer school at the University Mrs. Ada Alexander and Miss ; DO

and Mrs. I. E. Clark had as will arrive this weekend to spend of Florida, spent lout weekend Wilma Alexander are vacationingFor NEW$ GE
weekend Mr and the next six weeks In Boone, _
their guests two weeks' vacation with their with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L
Clark and son Ron- N. C. a 8 guests of Mrs. B. Haines
Mrs. Euray parents, Mrs. Rabble Sheller of H. V. Knight:
nie and Miss June Clark of Jack- had and Miss Martha Hainc
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mrs. Laura Colley as
sonville. Godwin of the State Farm. weekend guests her daughter-in-/ Dr. and MM. E. O. M2nker: and \ -

Miss Eleanor Whonlc of Lyons law, Mrs Pauline Colley, hl'rIt'randdaught..r son, Elvis, end Mrs. G. C. Livingston ',. 'N-' ---. "
stf.\BIF..Jt{ StIlTS one-third* offat Ga. spent the weekend with'her Mrs. Prlocilla of Tampa arrived today to i01e .--" '. 1-1 .

ALVAREZ '! TORE. sister, Mrs. James Draw, and Mueller and her great granddaughter visit George McMaster. Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Childress of family. Yvonne Mueller, all of Mrs. Frank Carter cf Clearwater
Winter Haven spent last Saturday as guests of
Bandy, Va. were weekend visitorsof Don't miss our :\IIUSl1ItERS.Lf : :
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Martin of Mr. McMaster.
Mr. and Mrs.V.. H. Yawn. ; at \LV.\KK2 HTOKK.Mr :.
Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. A. Chicago/ visited Mrs. Carrie In- I 3
and Mrs. E. J. Hazen of last their to
Friday on way
F. Sauls spent the Fourth in De- Plant City of !gram Suffered After
were Sunday guests Miami. They at one time residedIn !!
Ir.nd'Isltlng Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. .ilcKinney. II Starke when Mr. Martin was I
Meal Due
Lennon and Mrs. Evelina Lock- Every
The McKlnneys also had as their stationed at Camp Blanding. I
guest Saturday, Mrs. R. E. Hazenof I Mrs. H. M. Sullivan I To Acid s, =--- -'--
hart.Mr. Sgt. and Indigestion Ip.'lca.IaooI.. ... ......,_
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Brooker.Mr. and children, Mrs. Pettlt and Mrs IllllIDA.un "*.Ie.( .M Chun,. wl MoN.o/k.
;Jr. and daughters, Mary Sue and and Mrs. R. ;J. Davis spent ;J. T. ;Jones of Tampa are visiting I Recently a lady stated that she --

Sally Ann-, returned' home last from Wednesday to Sunday visit. Mrs. Mabel Sullivan this week was troubled with Indigestion! after

Friday from a ten-day vacation Ing their daughters and families, Sgt. Sullivan Is being transferredfrom every meal regardless of what she ACT
NOW for Jbesf choice
spent in North and South Caroline Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. and MacDIll Field and will leave ate or how much she ate. That she ofmoctetand color

son Greg, in Tallahassee, and Mr for Africa Sunday. had tried about everything sold

and Mrs. L. F. Smith ;Jr. and Friends will to learn that for stomach relief. but with no
Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and son regret WAIT a minute Inn ('rl'e've! got the Jig l new Dodge of your choice right now.
children Nancy and Bill, of St. Larry, in Munson.Dr. Miss Virginia Sewell and Miss success until oho got INNER- WHY for today's big eye-filling allowance
you Today
you'll our
get
figure
top on
this monthat and Mrs. Cecil Naftel and Shirley Colley were Injured In an TONE. She states she was amazed
Augustine are spending 'Dodge ready and waiting. Clime in and driveIt And for few dollar
present car only a
of Ala. accident Ocala with the result when! she took your
(flit iw their cottage on Kingsley Lake. two sons Birmingham automobile near ) .
Little Chuck Shepherd, son of were guests the early part of the last weekend, necessitating their this Medicine. Now she eats with awayl a week you con start right In enjoying all

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepherd, week of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. being hospitalized there. Miss out fear and 1* free from Indiges- You'll. get the deal of the year on the car the many extra advantage Dodge give. you.

underwent an emergency appen- Mr. and Mrs, Martin Land were Colley has since been released tion for the first time In years. of the year. The growing popularity of this So don't wait I Remember, you could pay up to

dectomy last Saturday in Griffin In Mayo for the weekend visiting from the hospital and I Is now at INNER-TONE Is the new formula great new Dodge surpasses! that of all previous 91,000 more for a car and still not get; all this

|oUAt Ga. where the family was vacation tlrs. Land's parents, Mr: and Mr.. her home In Starke. Miss Sewell of juices from Nature's plants models in Dodge history. And we want you to extra room driving ease famous dependability -

KER'S DRUGS tag. Robert Lancaster, Sr. who sustained a fractured jaw combined with blood building: hare In our success! That'i why we're going of Dodge.

VA DRUGS Mrs. J. B. Carter and daughter, Mr. and Mrs E. F. Miles visit. and other injuries, has been trans- IRON and nerve strengthening: all out to make it easy for you to'own the Come in.now for a grand deal on a great earl I

GROCERY ed Mrs Miles parents, Mr. and ferred from the Ocala hospital to VITAMINS B-l. B-2, and B-6. It .

[ UNWS fort Miss, B.Elizabeth C. arrived Carter Tuellday.tter-, of Beau- Mrs. A. L Brown, In Macon, Ga. a hospital hi Orlando Her mother has, relieved many people who Yo.rDodge J alr Is Transportation hiadqvarttn COM IN TODAY I

with over the weekend. ? Mrs. W. B. Sewell, who was had, never been really helped before .
several -
noon to spend days -
Mrs Bill Parka and sons, Billy vacationing In North Carolina, IF by any medicine. Taken I --

the L. .O.. Powell family.THEATRE. ..' and Buddy, of Lake Worth were now with her daughter In Or. shortly before meals It mixes with I

weekend guests of Mr. and Mr lando. your blood and aids digestion I J. P Roberts MotorsTemple

W. B. Mundy, Jr., "thin eliminating gas and bloat".
? f '
SUM ER SUIT, one-third off
So don't on Get
Mr. and Mr* Cheater Moody go nffertng

and children of Lake' Butler aDd at ALVAREZ 8TOKK., INNER-TONE,, at your KOCH Ave. ,STARKE, FLA. Phone'69

Mr. and Mm. W.'-Jackson and Mr. and Mr*: Wallace Faulk of drug tre. .

sons of Starke spent the Fourthat Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.

Dedicated Community. Service Lake Geneva and Keystone Maxie Carter of Starke are spending ,

"Movfa*, Asp Better 'I"JEyeaoH Heights. two weeks at the Struth cot -- '.

Don Plttman and Billy Hamilton tage on Klngsley Lake. r i _

I y 1* ONLY Tuesi, Wed.'- July 17, 18! of Marianna, who are stationed Mr. Ethel '.?".Sternberg Barbour

.E FEATURE at Jacksonville Naval Bas of Tallahassee and Mr. Elsa f. <"' .
weekend'gueets'ot' Cecil Relnohl of Jacksonville I .. .- -
Lyle .
were
.. .. were "
.
..,..... .
....-fII.- Sewell. guests of friend In Starke Tues I .'
4.l.s'l -vwe..lasM Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Coker and

__e.,, _n11M___ I Com. and Mrs. T. Thompson, of day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson *nd F I .
r.+. 'I 't t I
Jacksonville were guesU on the family spent from Saturday to I a F'

-sea Fourth of Lt. Col. and\ Mrs. James Monday visiting friends and rel- :
awl.
'
A. GriffIn. at \e" In Georgia and Alabama 't DSTRT

'ma I Mr. and Mr.. T. O. Griffin and Mr*. Roy Smith of Tennllle, I

AND little Peggy Davis and Dianne Ga. Is spending several week with .t r t

MlMtlasYalAr1 : RItch spent Monday in Jacksonville Mr. and Mr. K. G. Duncan. The .< .
I visiting! Dr. and Mr*. C. C. Duncan. and their guest are enjoying < -

C 1'ELD3' ta81i Mendoza and Miss Gloria Johns. two weeks at the Klncald. rI
cottage on Klngsley Lake. : :
I :-
.da. +rk All Dross STRIW HATS one-, Mrs... Ray Maple and slater, Mrs .
i r r ead half off at ALVAREZ STORE. Jewell Thomas, "spent a few days "i'." -
sJEBa. BjM Ka 3G MHDIiVI /
1 viRteaa01gA -I I MAMMfnou H as see**-.*?*i,5 I?*.w.A"W.MkYrrrMb Glen Wood. Jr. of Zephyrhllls this week In Macon, Ga. < -
".q..r Friends of G. J. McGriff, Sr. ,will ; -
underwent an "
formerly of Starke, "' ;
I to learn of ,
the regret the death of his
izn Pin "Rival Rorn.._" Cartoon and emergency appendectomy at mother, Mrs. P. T, McGrlff, on .12''. .
I Dade City Hospital Sunday even .tl.
"nrtlt'. (...ntry" Serte July 5th at her home In Jackson .. '
Latent New 4' /
.
ng.
i>sails". and ville. Attending the funeral on .tf ( ,., _. A
Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moseley and ,. << ..
Friday were Mr. Mrs. Mc
their 1 .
Mr. J. T. Tlnsley returned to '
".- Tenn. last Grlff, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mc. .
July 15,16 homes in Memphis '
visit with I Griff. ;Jr., Pat McGrlff and Mr. ( '
Thur., Fri. July 19, 20 Thursday after a week'a and Mr.. Lex Gre ir : ",
the Moseley's son-in-law and I SLEEP COOL..WAKE FRESH with air.
Amonc the out-of-town friends
daughter, Dr and Mrs. H. H. and relatives who attended the ..)i! .' ';..." 11 conditioning or h.m_ooling .xhowMfan.and ,

1/IITI Adam funeral of Mr. S. R. Johns, Sr. ,. 'l. KEEP COOL throughout th.
p Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Dswi spent ,t..
r last Friday were: Mrs. perry Johnsof day .
jt11111STEEL In Fernandina visiting by turning over hot, tiring choro.
'
Thursday .
'
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. .. to Ruddy Kilowatt.
friends.Mr. A. Hutson of Tulee Mrs. Lettie
I Ill'r Van Mooty and .
and Mrs.
.
I Parker of Jacksonville Mr. Irma .
and Glenn, or
IkZME! sons, Alan. Lee 1 vVhlt "tt of Indian Rock Beach,

a ;t..N IiN... .:MYM Miami were guests of the Harry I Mr. George Hall of Palatka. Mrs. .IOOI8T BARGAIN V.% TOWN

Mootys Thursday of last week. n. ,Sibley of Florahome, Mrs. Henry ....: 1 -- -- nlSllf M. __ h.wp f. w.A _

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight had Saxon Mrs. L. O. Johns and Mrs. II ooI ... -..... .., /
as their guest Wednesday and 3. P. Wadawortb, all of Hampton, 'If' I _,100"-,N,.,t tY
Plum "'Detourlll Through Maine"Cartoon Thursday of last week, Mr. and and H. C. Wall of St. Augustlnj. l '

and Land of Tradition Mr.. J. E. Powell and son,?John, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy of -

Rte" Crtooa ned Travei.gaw ;Jr. of Jacksonville and Mr. and Augusta, Ga.. who were also her. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT L z"
and daughter for the funeral COMPANY .
Mrs. C. C. Shepherd returned horn :i. V'

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJEORAPn.
; I l:P PAGE SIX and children, of the American II
iI.. ,/ -- Oil Corp. They will leave I
I Tung
$500,000From soon for Carolina where he will be ,

,. AROUND OUR Bradford Growers Gross stationed In the U.S. Army. Itlo.W.. .

A very interesting; talk was
a given by H. 9. Anderson. Corsage y ,

II were presented to them, by lira. n.I

Soil Crows In 1950-51 Season J.Y.. Thomas Mr. Heirs la president I Iv.till"']

of the P.T.A. They will be I I"I
--
4 ... 1 which sold at an average of $207 missed In all our social affairs. I (OFI1.
; Those assisting In serving the ."
of $18.112.0.Due '
Still for a gross Ii.
Fireworks And Street Dance Herald OpeningOf Strawberries ESTIMATE to the prolonged winter,, 100 guests were, Mrs. R. F. Cano I '
In First Place As 1950.51 SEASON receipts from Fordhooks and butter Mrs. Jettle Hazen, Mrs. Rosa Pin-

Tobacco Market At Lake City, July 19 Producer BRADFORD COUNTY SOIL CROPS beans, usually good money producers holster! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blgham F E'

: Revenue here, dropped almost to Jr., Mrs Hewlitt Anderson, Mrs. R
A spectacular fireworks dhow on I within Wait and Mae Lonnie
sold
Howard
Lake DcSoto and a block I Strawberries and sweet corn Figures below include estimates of all crops nothing. For Prompt FREJj
beautiful Olustee Park BROOKER remained the old reliable standbys Bradford County, but do not include produce sold by Bulk of the Irish potato crop Parker.
dance at -fDead.Crippfe
long street Brooker section We regret very much losing
I the the
outside handled in .
markets was
farm- other
"dirt
will again herald the opening of Mrs. E. J. Lewis for Bradford County I IIer. j growers in Jacksonville and where growers estimated recelpts this family and hope they will be less Cattle, Ho
In Lake City ." during the 1950-51 crop ,
Market .
the Tobacco county. 938 hampers back with us soon. &
but compar-I at $46,400. Only Hogs .
July 19. The fireworks season just closed, a ,
Thursday,
on Sunday School Party IJI200,000 250,000 handled through the
Is scheduled to start alive newcomer-California Wonder $ O.OOO $100,000 $150,000: were Call
display Mian Lubedla Pin holster entertained in a neat I Starke market at an Average of 132,
and the street dance at Pepper-brought 1 I i NOTItH.
at 8 p. m. the Baptist Primary Department of $1,407. .. Fur 1 ... t( WE
the conclusion of the Lake pro $42,660 and gave promise of occupying $1.25 for a return Of Pr crdlM*_4. "Mtrrrtlo online Of ; ALWAlglFlorida
last Friday afternoonat 1 .
The entire event will continue an even more important: Other Brooker leaders were: \% horn It Mar 4 ..meriii
gram. Bennett's Lake. Games were, calendar here in ,.. BTRAWBKKRIE* Beans, $24,000; I. You will lake notice that the Ren
the : $41.600
until midnight.The played and enjoyed by the 11 spot on crop _. : ,: ,I 237 oas.so Corn, ; FUmrd of County Commissioners orlIrlOM.rd

dual entertainment event / the future. ... .. _. .. Peas, $20,80Q,; Peppers $14,000) ; County Florida upon the I INC.
of guests present. two" -- berries and b SWEET CORN Butter of qualified land
annually draws thousands growers The "big .. Watermelons, 125,600; petition owners
Refreshments served by lheho.tu eao..laa 11:00 A. M. O'clock
were for more than will at : on the
Lake
.
accented
The
and their families.! who was assisted by Mrs,. corn-- .. Beans, $16,000.Minor nth day of Allg-UKt A. P. 1951 nt Irk
that
I City Market this year begins It's half of the estimated $800,000 ITI1iII TO..CCOeS4.4".23 league crops shipped Offlff In the County Court house
established Grace Bigham/ Mrs Mary Filers, Bradford coaxed from In Stark: Bradford, County Florl1n .
twelfth year an an growers through the Starke market totaled oiiHlder and determine whetheror
Mrs. Hewlltt Anderson, Iva Mae < I
market.. the. soil during the 12monllperl. IRIN POTATO[, 'I :
bright leaf all together. not the County will vacate, almn.
The market will be climaxed Lewis Mrs Luclle Edwards, Mrs. od from July 1, 1950 through June {..Tao7.ooPBPPR less than $10,000 String beans, don dlM<'ontlnue and clone, the herelnnft Let Us Thane
and Mrs. Howard Wait. These Included: r doHcrlhod Street andwhether ,
O. J. Mott In third
again this year with the colorful Pinholster enjoyed hIasumml'r 30, 1051. Tobacco was 1,859 hampers at $125, $3,89843; or not the County will n>. I Wash
John e4a ee0.ooTRINO Your
Tobacco Jubilee Ball held In one place as a soil-crop money pro at $1.25, noun* and disclaim any right of
vacation fishing at a Field Peas, 850 hampers the ("""nIV, and public In and to
of the huge warehouses. Highlight Lake near Palatka last week. ducer. { BEANSS27.saa.ooI 1062.50; tomatoes, 280 tubs at any land or fntrtn therein situated 9 Potty
of the ball Is the crowningof The 1951 season saw 24,110 i Fordhooks, 754. ham- In Bradford County, Florida to-
of $350 $980
and Mrs Max Lewis ;
Mr.
the Tobacco Queen a highly Jacksonville and their daughter, crates of berries sold at the Starke'' _I WATERMELON 2S.VOO.OO pers at $2.25, $5,15025: ; Butter wit"Fins Street" In R. W. Tfnycs For 40
spirited contest sponsored each State Farmers Market for an average at $2.25, Hub Division. In Section 33 A :
year by the Lion Club on behalf Mr,. Howard Hoge of Detroit of $9.85 per crate, with gross FIELD PEAS Beans 218 hampers 81, Township 6 South TtnnK. 22 FREE Bleach III
of I $400.50. Feat Said Sub Plvlslon RecordIn
All Mich spent Sunday aa guests {I.e.a.oo -
1950
charitable projects. In
of their $237,483.50. Temple Ave
receipts of .d! Flat 2. pair 48, Public
itk '1. the events are admission free and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and fami total sales were 46,083 crates at PECANS Total I Estimated Receipts Last year 2,292 hampers of n.eords of Bradford County,
cordial Invitation has been ex- ly. for eaon7.oo Fordhooks were sold through the FloridA.
4 a of $8.32 a grossof
; ; A. Parker and son, an average I This July 2nd. 181 t
MrSv' J of 515925.
Lake market for
tended by the citizens of 38341888. The prolonged BUTTER BEANSSK.4OO $800,000 a gross The Board of County Commissioners
City to all growers and their Dana, and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and cold weather. of last winter cut .OO Butter Beans were a better money of Bradford.
t families to attend all events. grandchildren Edward and Jean about half of producer last year also when 639 County Florida.Fy WeADry
1 the volume to )just : : M. 0 Harrell,
Endlcott, were shopping In Gaines of nuts at an of hampers were sold for 216082. Chairman
should have been. sweet corn for pounds average
what it on
; I' Estimate
116| 5t
afternoon.Mr. 113|
ville Thursday The moat pleasant surprise of 1950 ,was 50,392 boxes sold at an 27 1.2 cents. In 1949 the total Bringing up the rear as revenue YourCI
and
SUrER MEAT" MARKING INK. and Mr J. W.Thomas the perhaps, was the of $1.70 for a gross of was 31,914 pounds, selling at an producers at the market this season i OTI..F..TO APPEAR
the crop year average .... .
and a win rlrrv.lt C. Bradford Coasjtr.Florldai
spent For
U. 8. sons, Wayne
conform to
I Guaranteed to Dade profitable sweet corn deal. The 8566640. average of 24 cents for a gross were cucumbers, squash, and !. Chaa>...*rr.
I vpt. of Agriculture' regulations 4th visiting relatives In 1951 crop yielded approximately was off a littlein return of only $7,81893. egg plants, which altogether N. Norman Naml, Plaintiff, v*. In New
4 bottle ?Ie. Bradford County Tobacco revenue Marl Miller Namle, I>..r.ndant. Auk
or. the .
P ; City.Those /spending the 4th at 74,456. boxes (not including 1050 when 190,754. pounds were Green pepper lined the pocketsof brought in only $176.75.The Case No, 8497
Telegraph. Brooker corn for which accurate marketed for $84,166.23.. The year growers here this season with new broccoli deal of last Notice' To Appear.To .
: Marie Miller Namle, whose 0
figures are not avlalable). Average before 260,850 pounds were sold $28,960, which represented 15,654. fall, from which big things were resident. Is Unknown.You .
4.I price was $2.25 per box, yieldIng for $95,194.82.Last hampers and tubs, selling at an expected, was rendered a knockout are hereby notified that a
suit for Divorce has been flied'gsinet
an estimated gross of would$167- fall's pecan crop yielded average of 185. Last year thepl'ppl'r blow by the early November you In the above named TheWaslFLOBREEZE
526. The Brooker corn for 73.381 yield was only 8,750 units cold. Court and causa and you are required -
$20,197.77 .
total to over $200,000. growers to verve a. copy of your answer -
bring the or pleading to the complaint
on the Plaintiff's Attorney, ZaehIT'S
,
shopping In Jacksonville to the Alachua County Hospital I Miss Yvonne Harrell and Miss
Mrs key were
.I Brooklyn Lake with Mr. and where she underwent an Jean Pinkston of Dallas, Texas

FULLY EQUIPPED Earl Green and family ;were and chil-Mr. Mrs.Friday.Truby Hodge spent part I dicitis operation Monday spent the 4th at Daytona Beach

and Mrs. Howard Walt Green of last week In Jacksonville visiting I ported doing nicely. We appen-I' Mrs. Eva Harrell and daughter
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Howard with Mrs. Coon Ie Tyler. a speedy recovery. Yvonne visited Miss Louise Johns

the most modern and efficient equipment and children Mr. and Mrs.Mr. and Pat le.Plummer of Eau Game This Community, was saddened and Mrs. Mana Wiggins at New
Douglas and children, Monday morning to hear of River Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .
early
available to the profession is and Mrs. Is spending a while here as guestof
Mrs. T W. Markey, Mr. Green the passing of Mrs. R. R. Carlton Martha Llndmezer and
used by this funeral home in maintaining Mr. and Annetto
g Leslie Green and family, Mrs. Conerly of Gainesville at the Alachua County Hospital Mrs. Pennie Turner of Paris are

s' its well. known{* standard of Mrs. Roy Green and Green children, Mrs, spent Hamp Sunday afternoon with I[I Gainesville Sunday night. We ex- visiting Mrs. Eva Harrell and relatives a '" r

Service. Mr. and Mrs. Dave of Brooker, Mr. Miss Mary Mott, and was accompanied tend our heartfelt sympathy to here.

1 Mary Green all of Jacksonville home by her to spend a- the bereaved family. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards,
and Mra. Alex Williams Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Heath and
while. I Worthington Sunday with
1 Mrs. W. T. spent h
and e1
DeWITT C. JONES and Mr. of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fowler children spent last week In Orlando Mrs. Eva Harrell. Sunday after y

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. Flnkston and children tended the funeral of Rawl visiting their nephew, Otis noon they all visited Mr. and Mrs.
Texas. rlsh at Trenton Friday. at-// Spires. While there attended New O. F. Tomllnson In Starke.A .

Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur T. W. Markey left by plane Utah Mrs. LesHle Mae Harper, Hope Primitive Baptist meeting.) large rattlesnake was found ALLALUMw '

Monday night for Ogden with Ellington and Mrs. Mae Bell Mar The W. T./1'lnkaton family whospent !, In R. F. Gano chicken yard by his AWNtNt
local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and for a two weeks vacation and tin, of Bell are visiting their uncle last week here with hie little grandson Ray Gano ;who ii

1 services not otherwise available. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gellmann. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I* A. Fowler mother, Mrs. Mary Green returned -' spending his vacation here. Ray 7 Definitely cooler FLO-BAEEZE ALUMINUM

1 .. family, Mrs. Gellmann Martha Is remem-Evelyn this week. to their home in Dallas, I' reported It at once and Mr. Ganc tags are built to keep out sun and rain. let in It
bered here *as Ernest Douglas who has spent Texas Sunday afternoon. killed him. There are plenty 1. and air. Add new beauty and comfort to )i

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Markey. and the past three weeks with his Mr. and Mrs. M. D, Harrell and more of them crawling around in home. Can't rot fad> or agl/ In.your. _cboiceol
, accept Al'I r life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Doug little daughter, Sharon spent last chicken yards here In Brooker sc beautiful colors. r

, company: as payment In part or In full on a funeral. daughters, Eloise and Dianne of las at Starke and Mr. and Mrs weekend at Silver Springs. we all bettor keep on the lookoutfor PRICES CV RyON CANrAFFO:
carries Mar- Howard of here returned \ _
Consultation no obligation. Lake Butler and Mrs. T. W. Douglas Those from here attending the them.
to Boston, Mass. Friday to resume
h Chicken Supper
W.M.U. Rally at Hampton Church
d - -iIi1IIII his wish service him. Good In the Luck.Navy. We all. Thursday were: Rev. and Earl I Mra. L. A. Mott and Mrs. T. W. FARM HOME & AUTO S SI

Willis Mrs. Lydia Crosby and Markey were hostesses at a chicken ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. :J. Hazen of
daughter Ann, Mrs. Eva Harrell pilau supper at the Com-
Good Plant City spent Sunday here *. and daughter, Yvonne and :Miss munity Center, Friday night lr Phone 206 Starke, F
of Mrs Jettle Hazen
: and
t guests Lubedla Plnholster. honor of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Helm
bTAKLINuDPrices; children and 0. W. Hazen.

4 t'' t' Sat. Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Ray Stokes
4l ,:e. I and children of Lake Hamiltonare

I spending sometime here with IVishiiag-ai .der Oise

l 1t I June 4* his Stokes.parents, Mr and Mrs. H.. E. Stop

Mrs. C. M. Chamberi, of Jack

,1 sonville and E. W. Hodges,. Jr. of '

I 10 L Cloth $1.29 the U.S. Army, Fort Jackson S Ywn'Il make a wise buy
RICE C. spent the weekend here with

Bag their parents, Mr. and Mrs E. ,W.

1' Hodges.Mrs H. W. Snapp of Miami|i'1 I8 EASY TO SEE why almost Pontiac Is distinctively beauti!

17 Oz Glass 25c pending this .week visiting her admire anew Pon- -and its reputation for .
APPLE SAUCE mother, Mrs. Wilson Russ and tiac and so many thousands wish. is second to none.
2 for Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks owned
n N. C. Mott who Is employed they one And don't forget that pontiac

. with the Florida Farm Colony, .e c
Pontiac is a thoroughly good car, very low priced-and

BACON Best :ite29c' Mrs.Gainesville N. C. spent Mott. the weekend with l built to give you years of depend .promise you a deal that a

b Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson able, enjoyable service, and It'. a ;\ quickly,convince you that you

I and son, of Starke, and ),fl'. and ' sweetheart on the road-eager, be wise indeed to stop ,.1.111'

1 Mrs. Jack Simmons and children, : smooth and tireless. and order one Drop in today.


I 'KIM MILK 3 For 33C of here Mrs.Montache N.with C. Mott.their, spent parents last Mr.Sunday and p -a


l Richard Crosby, son of Mr.
and Mra.' H. B. Crosby left Sat-

TRIPE Large Can 49c urday with the Starke Unit of the
a
,' National Guard, for two weeks

training at camp McClellan, Ala.

! Patsy and Janet Nichols of

'Pint IOe Cleveland, Ohio, who are spendingthe -
ALCOHOL summer with their grandparents

LINE Mr. and Mrs. A,, L. Crosby

I of Starke were visiting Mr. and ,
Mrs H. B. Crosby and other relatives 1.3't
25 Lbs. here last week. ,

1 FLOUR Rose $1.89 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts of I t _
Yellow I
Starke, who have recently returned -
I
I from a vacation trip to carupm.ac
Niagara Falls and New York
21b. Jar 29c : City visited her parents Mr. and
I
JELLY Mrs. H. B. Crosby here last week.

Apple Mr. Roberts has resumed his

I teaching of band classes at B.H.S. "IXMt
for the summer. ; .mcfftioriff and trim Ultuttmtfd..tnbjftt 19 change |
Great Northern
BEANS lOr I Marshall Mott who Is stationed
at San Diego Calif. In the Navy '
Lb. I
would be glad to hear from anyone i!:
\ at home. His address Is Mar I :Dollar :COr: :D0Il
shall R. Mott.
Armours Pure S.R.V. 2833-61 Co.
88e 31-51 U.SN.TC. San Diego 33 I

LARD 4 Lb. Carte Calif. I Aiaertrm'm Lw_t-P.....+ ,.... .hEIgb4 yoU n-t: ,JCht a-
i Mrs C. C. Melvin had as her .
weekend guests her husband C. C. !..*r.<--Prlre far with CH! By.....-".... Meerop.

SNUFF Per Box lOc I> W.Melvin Gainey, of Lake and little City and eon Richard Mrs. P. \..... <.h.l- .( !Silver StreakRight Esgi..e-.,. it txtn. tunt "

of Dundee. lltralaYt K Him!
1 P
Mrs. J. D. Dukes and sons, O'i -, The 111..1 ........1 Till... .. 11h4tele ou4ia:

i I Neal and Raymond of Klngstree,. 11.1.1 ....7 by Ifl.herMcGRflF
1
S. C. are spending this week here' --
COCA Bottle Carton | as guests of her daughter and
COLA6 19c son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. T.

Plus Deposit I Sowell. MOTORSTEMPLE

PEPSI I Mrs. C. C. Melvin and son, Cecil
visited friends and relatives In
Lake Butler Saturday. AVE. & PRATT ST. STARK. 1 1I FMt.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, BTARKE, FLORIDA

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I Presbyterian Church Olnktns and Paul Dinkins, Jr. attended I VIorldMi In ('1...""...". Th r I hall.. n .p"h' ,i''"d In Circuit C..OTICR.rt. Bradford Count,. Lit Building In.1.. Fa .-
w.k t' f ut n"
... I MarKHnn ICII/nti in Hlai" ik Caval. IHI i .n" i 'h i .. le Chancery.Kl.shth 4 a.i .
the funeral of J. D. Pro- the lit adC.>rd Collate T.ilnr < Pl rlil .l .
w.'kIn\
I I'lalntlff U OUR '"- (f'O. McMatt, Supply l"a..tor vatt at Wymauma laat week. Mr. :, fondant iph. Gall I. Phillip. DcMndnntCae I
J : Case No 8 Mlotlr Dated this slit day nf June. Url Ni HOI
Prevail was a brother of Mrs I, \ .. Tn Appear. (OFFICIAL SISAL) A J. Thomas" ., Order Of Publication led Notice ToApprar
Sermon topic for Sunday morn Monley and Mrs. Dlnklns. To: LeitritihiH. (;avalss! whose clerk of the 'circuit cv.urt I "'''''1'.1 Of e't.Oltll/t Tel Dr.Seymour .
Ing 11 a. m : "The Greatest Vir- Rev. and Mrs. Winter Clddlnga rexldanuo and aildrexi Ix Unknown. By Haven Crosby D"fitil'i'ir. ): Hall il. Phillip, whoso residence R. MarcoOPTOMETRIST
ture Is Love". I You arc hereby notified that .a and addrt'NM la Unknown:
milt for Dlxorce. and restoration.
of Jacksonville were visiting You are rnciulred to appear on
Sunday School 9:43: a. m. last Mr. nf Maiden Name has been filed APPEAR July 10th 1901 In the above names
friends In Friday. \OTICH TO
Lawtey against In the ..bn,'. named .
I' you Court and wherein plaintiff'
cause
Friendship Class 10 a. m. I of the Court and and lei Circuit (,art. Bradford Coemty.Klnrinai Eyes Examined
Gldding la a former pastor caws' you are required seeks divorce, custody of minor
Methodist Church Youth Fellowship 7 p. m., Sun Methodist Church here. They are to serve. n copy of your an. Chancery.Mary Charles children and general equitable re Glasses Fitted
| saver or plcadlnir to the complainton 'XVInkler Plaintiff Va. lief. Bradford County Telegraphshall I
irch day.Prayer now students of Northwestern the Plaintiffs Attorney T. Francis Winkler Defendant publish thin order 11next
1 "Making your life*.count" will Meeting each Wednes University Frank Lnmlrlim Htarke, Floridaand Cone No. 8508lci four weekly lanuea.Wltneaa 121 W. Call St.
[ tolit I file the original In the office.1 >"< > To Apprar my hand and official' Starke Fla.
219
t Chute alv be the subject of the sermon to be day night at 8 o'clock. I)I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and of the Clerk\ of the circuit Court on To: CharleaFrancis Winkler! seal, at Ktarke, Florida this June I I28th. Ph. ,
and O. Vacation Church School choir 'or before the 30th dRY of July 1951: residence I I.. Hid East 86th 1951.OFFICIAL. ... ,,"
by Rev. Thomas children several days whuxe \
I spending : ,
::
Baptist church preached are otherwise the. allegations of said Ifooklyn New York. ( .) A ';. :, :, ; ; : : .. : '
under the direction of Miss Louise Street
; Jackson- Mitchell Sunday, morning at 11 fishing on the Suwannee River. Complaint will be taken B* confessed You are hereby notified that a SAc Clerk of ialdhCourtBy
oath, of Is I o'clock In the First Methodist Stern will sing special music during Mrs. Joyce Futchand, eon, Benton by you. stilt for Divorce, custody and ron- Havey Crosby Deputy ClerK.
Lakeland that Till notice Khali I he >ublhed! trol of minor child has been lied
( comfort of Church of Starke. A cordial welcome Morning Worship. were business visitors to I once each week for four coneciitlveweek : against you In the above named
f the awaits you at all services Jacksonville last Monday In the Bradford County Tele- Court and cause. and you: are re..

,poe theThink I Church School begins at 9:45: St. Edward's CatholicRev. Visitors at the Methodist parsonage -l graph Dated (Ilil. 21th< dnv of June U M.OFFICIAL quired or to pleading serve a >napy to the of complaint your answer SPECIAL THIS

message by every Sunday morning The Senior Monday were Dr. R. E. ( .SKAL) A. J. Thomas, on the Plalntlffa Attorney RayPelden
to Francis J. Dunleavy pas Clerk of the Circuit Court.By Kelden Building HOO Main.
"What and Intermediate Methodist tor. Rutland Diet Supt. Gainesvilleand Haven (Cronby Deputy Clerk. Street. Dnvtnnn. Beach Florida. and WEEK ONLY I
j Sthool precedes Youth Fellowship meets each Sun Rev. Hoyt Tatum, pastor of 8iU'! 4t 7110O'rt'F file the original In the office or the
as ItBand Sunday Mass at 9:15 ___ of Circuit Court on or be*
service : a. m. Clerk the
ft.ck 7 and Palatka.
to day evening at p. m. enjoya the Methodist Church, \ : TO 'PP.1U.I. fore the Sfllh day of July 19911 I
ministers Fellowship Hour following the Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Circuit ourl.. ltrnil>r< CnmntTtKlnriitni otherwise the .alteration of said
than 300 reguRIr service. Confessions Saturday 8:00: to In rhnnerrr.Jack Complaint will he taken aa con ,
ra Sunday evening 6:00 P. M. and 7:30 to \O''IC'.I Autrev Richards' Plaintiff, ve. fessed by you. '
: 8:30 P. M.
Orle Sunday j Sunday night Mr. Mitchell will I : : Ti "h..m It May (',acre. Norma. Kelly Richards, Defendant. This notice Khali be publishedonce t i
L Children's Catechism Classes Tin In to notify all rlalmant Case S508 4a +
charts- the subject, "The Gospel No. \ each week for four consecutive i in.
on .
slnglinpy preach 10:00 and creditor* that you are to tile %..tI.. ''" .\ppeejr. Bradford. County Tele
Lregatlonal Saturday : a. m. week In the ely
.
of Good News". Special music your claims airalnst the palate of You arc hereby notified that a
Hour at 8Red will be furnished by the Youth I Adult Religious Instruction \\'. H. Parka, Ueciasecl.. made under I suit for Divorce has been filed graph.Tinted thin. 97th day of June 1951.
by the Pastor I courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M.,. oath to ttrnilfnril H.: K. Ferryman" County ; against. yell In the above named (OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thomas, F tI
,
Florida %
Choir. Judge of County Court and pause and you are re'IlIlre.1 Clerk of the Circuit Court :t
S*
lrsan-duo", of Mrs A Children's Hour Is held every tad by special appointment.St. within night calendar, month from to servo a copy of your an. I By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk 8w e
LawnM the fire publication. of thin notice, awe.. or pIcHdlno to the complaint 4t 730|
\ Julia Sill|
MIM I! Wednesday morning from 9:30: ( to otherwise said diilm or debt will on the Plaintiff Attorney 7oar11.. I I
music* all children between the Mark's Episcopal lie linrr.. he for
10:30
the Youth : *. .' Florida' and tile the -, .. .:: : .: 'r....
and ages of 8 and 12. During July this Sidney Park, l-lTecutor, nrlvlnal. In the office of the Clerkof
will like-vlse .hour will be directed by Mrs. Fri., July 13th: Litany Meditation 716 4t Till| the Circuit Court on or before the .
es _
Hunter. and< Intercessions 7:30: p. m. I SOlh dar of July 10.11 : otherwisethe 'WANTED to BUY I.-c
Sarah 11'1'11'.1 TO ATI-mil alienation of snlil Complaint 'ttf
will be On Wednesday evenings, at 7:30: Sun.. July 15th: Sunday School ''In Circuit (t'onrt llrniirorrt CoVMty.Khirlilai will bo taken a* confessed hv you.
message I I 9:45: a. m.Morning. In hnnerry. Thin notice shall be publishedonce PULP WOOD
b"n you are Invited to bring your Bible Klmer W. Ilonner Plaintiff vs. each week for four consecutive
and attend the Prayer Meeting I Prayer and Sermon by (,'hnrlol te runner, Defendant I week In I the Btnilford, \ County Tel.. 114
gathers at 6S: I Mr. W. W. Phillips 11: a. m. Cane No. 8909 ,.rraph.Dated. CROSS TIES
and Bible Study on the "Favorite Vance To App_.. .
In
li of all ages I Tues., 17th tblir 27th day l.f June, 1HB1
Chapters of the Bible." July Acolyte'sMeeting To: Charlotte Ilonner whose relilence (OFFICIAL HKAI.1 ) A. J, Thomas,
and Pine Timber
,rch membership. I 10:00: a. m. and address. I la 14 Second Clerk of the rtrmilt 'ourt.
director. Street Harrison New York. By Haieii ,
,"n II| the Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
'
You are hereby notified that a r
ella| !) 'Ct T130TO
o. Is held regular Christian ChurchThe I ciirncii or JEsrs:' CIIKIST milt for nivorru ha been filed I
tcilnemlny evenings/ OF LATTFJC II.\Y SAINTS airalnst you In tho above named \o'1'1'1'1 'PP.1UIn
<,
the Bible friendly church extends al! Court and cause and you are required *''"."." ,art nrnrtfom ("......". .M's Ill
leading Cart to nerve .a copy| of your answer Florida i In f hajneerr. Will Pay
early 75 who regulation welcome to all to worship at all Masonic Temple; Street. or plendlno to the complaint William Miller Plaintiff ... I.on-
:Sunday School every Sunday on the Plaintiff' Attorney T. nle .. v ; 95
services. Humphrey alias r. nle\ Humphrey $
frank T.iin morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services ; alias I.onla Humphrey
Is extendedip Bible School begins at 10 a. m. and flirt the original In the officeof Miller, Defendant.
with classes for all Plan 6:30: p. m. A cordial InvitationIs the clerk of the Circuit Court on FOR ANY SIZE TRACT
at any of the groups. extended to all. ..r before the 30th dev of July, 1951 I; Police Case No. 1430 Mt1C\ _
TOppeer.
of to come and bring the entire v ._ otherwise the alienation of naldfiimnltilnt
Firat Baptist will he taken a* confessd To: I.onnle Humphrey alias. tents
Is a family. Htimphrev Hnnkston .. O
there always bv you. alias I inla .
Morning worship begins at 11 a. Church of God8th Thin notice shall he published llumphrev Miller' whose realdenca.
.
g '.nce each week for four "on..r'"lv"w..pks and adilren In Unknown. -SEE- LIMITED
11:15
served
m. Lord's Supper at : & St. Clair SU. In the Bradford County Tele-. You are hereby notified that a YSUPPLY
for all Christians. Sunday School 10 a.m. Krftph. suit' fur Annulment has been filed ,Mt. F.
abernacle Evening services begins ,with Bared this. 27th day of June. 1051.ol"FICIAT. t. ajtnltint you In the above named
Sunday Morning Worship 11 ant ( r. SKAU) A. .F. Thomas.. Court and cause and you .are required A. McKINNEY
uS Life Bible Rally Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m' Sunday Evening Service7:30:: p.m. Evangelistic Services at 8 p. m. By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk or plendlnar' the complainton ORDER TODAY l
the Tabernacle to- Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m 8U| 4t 7128| the Plaintiff Attorney, A. J. At Starke Taxi Stand
with Rev. Francis Prayer meeting Wednesday at Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m (Thomas Jr., South Court Street
from 8 p. m., studying the 8th Chapterof oncn TO u'p.aR I Htarke, Florida and file the original. PHONE 150 .- .
student School group Blr- Romans. Bring your Bibles. In Circuit foart. Hmdford County. (In'Ircult the office Court of the before Clerk of the Starke Fla. ACMEVacuum 1
Bible Church of ChristCorner KlnrldMi la ihnneerr on or the SOth K e
day of July 1951 '
Plainstiff : otherwise the al
Jnnle Beatrice lalney !May HOMEDEMONSTRATION
There .
In charge. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th 10th and McMahon V*. Adolph May, Defendant taken legations aa confessed of said. Complaint by you. will be Stores Inc. 1
music. Came No.> 8810Motlee :J
St. and Temple Ave. Bible School-10 A. M. To Aspic 408 W. Fonyth St.
n'tllaca Tabernacle Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- Preaching A. M. and 7:30: To: Adolph May whose. residence

rued from vacation lngWorshlp 11 a. m.: : EvamgeUs- P.M. and address I I. Unknown notified I' Established Jacksonville, Fla.
You are hereby that a IllJ!III ALVAREZ' STORE I"VIII"
Uo Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Prayer Meeting and Bible Study suit for Divorce and restoration of 1894
relcom each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. maiden name has been filed USE HANDY COUPON BELOW .IIi 1
Against you In the above named
Everyone welcome. Court and cause and you are required - -
I to nerve A copy of your an- r-------- I
wer or pleading to the complainton ACME VACUUM STORES. INC. I

hear Pastor Bob Gray Sunday Frank the r..ndrum.Plaintiff Htarke Attorney., Family Out of Town for Vacation? I 408 \V. Fonyth St. ( < ,. "" '

PINE LEVELBy and file the original In the T'I Jacksonville, Florid I
Message at 8 P.M. of the clerk of the Circuit Court Make Your Summer Headquarters>
or before the 30tlt day of July lUll
otherwise the alienation of said o at theGUIDON I WITHOUT onUOATIOV I would l like a> FREE Home DemonI I I II
t\tn. II. M. McRoa
Complaint will\ be taken a* con'...*. '
'The Next Voice You st rat Ion of a beautiful rebuilt Eltvtroluv complete' with 8 at-
ed by :you.

Rev. W. 5:. Hall filled his regu- Till each. notice week hall for four he cnnnecuttveweek publlehedonce GRILLEAT I tachment. for $13.05. I

Hear lar appointment at Pine Level In the Bradford County Teleraph. .
Baptist Church last Sunday Morning MEALS AT TIIE REST I Name
Dated this. 27th day of June 19111. I
DON'T MISS THIS SERVICE! and evening with a large at- I (OFFICIAL I SKAT A. J. Thomas" FQRGKT: TilE REST Address .
tendence In Sunday School and Clerk of the circuit Court I

[BAPTIST CHURCH HamptonIble Church. One candidate came In By Haven Croeby, Deputy 6)29) U Clerk 7)20OTICB ) OUR 50c LUNCHEON IS STILL THE BEST FOOD City' State I

for baptism. BUY IN AMERICA! If R. F. D. Send Specific Directions

School 10 A.M.. .- B.T.U.. 7 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and :> TO APPKAII I I _. ------.J.
.
.. .
"" rlreett t art. llradford Canal: *
Starke I
were
llhe Crowds Coming to Our Services"BAPTIST daughter, Eloise of
evening dinner guests of A. J. -

Fender Friday night.
Recent visitors at the A. J. Fen

der's were Mrs. Fender's sister ,y1r4t9 ,
and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. u

Elmer Jones of Benton Harbor,

CHURCH Starke Mich., Mrs. Elsie Pigott and sons)

of Quincy, and Mr. and Mrs. Al- r..

Rev. Lewis I>. Haines, Pastoron bert Batten of Theressa. ,.w +/ec (, a

Mr. .and Mrs. A. F. Hall and C 1 1
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town little daughter Delores of Jacksonville

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Me-

Rae and granddaughter, Shirley,

DAY spent the weekend with Mr. and ,-.--., !
SERMONS: 11:00 A.M., 7:43; P.M. '---' ,
Mrs. Robert Taylor and family at I, AI

chnol 9:15: ; A.M*- Training Unions 6:45; P.M.: Munson. Shirley stayed for a long I _

\'EEISEHVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M. er visit with the Taylors. I -"- _a _
_
Rev. W. E. Hall and Mr. and'

Mrs. Alton Dobbs were visiting
riling .Message "What to Think About" the A. J, Fender family Sunday _

Evening "Behold the' Lamb" night. : r ,av d


JE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR

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II. Futrh

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The Vacation Bible School at



1110 rYmr! ... the week Monday Methodist school meeting with,will a Church on good continue Monday attendanceThe began, Wednesday next loUt- I How to make Wise Tracks to a Beauty


and Friday. All the chil-

dren of the community are invited

% charge to attend.of the Mrs.school W. T.and Walters Is assisted has Flow do you buy a new car? judge get the practical picture too.

members of the W. S. C. S. NO OTHER CAR '.OVlDE..IIu. :. THIStDYNAFLOW
by Are of those who
Donnie and Ronnie McSwaln I you one people buy on Note that the power that gives you such a

returned to their home here last: : love at first sight? big kick here comes from Buick's famed OItIVE'IJEB..lL ENGINe

after spending several 4 WHEEL COIL/ SPRINGING DUAL VENTILATIONPUSH / /
Friday
r,?; at Or do you check curs feature for feature, valvc-in-head Fireball Enginewhichmeans
their grandmother
weeks with BAH FOREFRONT TOROiJE/ /!-TUBE DRIVE/
Fort Myers. price for price-then pick the one that gives you get a lot of miles from: each WHTEQLOWNSTIftJMENTS/ 0f/ AMUNg STYLING

Miss was Mattie visiting Harley her mother of Jacksonville Mrs you the most for your money? gallon of gas you buy. BODY IY FISHER


'PREMIUM'HciAiRUtholirie" A. H. Harley during of Lake last Butler weekend.was! Whichever you are, we'd like to suggest Note that the silken case you enjoy with WHEN BETTER MJTOMOtlLl Ate/! SU4T KJKS WILL/ SUItO rHEa

T. J. Dukes *" hand in hand with real
Dynaflow
visiting in Lawtey last week. that you come in and see our 1951 Buicks. goes
Jacksonville in maintenance I*** ta HENRY I.TAVLOff. ABC N.rwwl.
In savings costs.
' last Bunt Monday Crews for was a physical checkup. It's a sure bet you'll go for the swift, smart money very Rocco .'. 's.T .

He was In an automobile accident look of a SPECIAL, SUPER or ROADMASTERfall Above all, note what a Buick's price tag

* several that he weeks Is convalescning ago. It I II seriously in love with the pace and includes how much more sheer auto ;

LUBRICATION nicely.reported power of its bonnet-filling engine. mobile you get in a Buick than the same !

Jd to the The J. E Wall family last returnedto Friday And it's a cinch you'll go for the room and money would buy elsewhere.
We here
of home
rWtmooibtr
your car and make it their
I spending their vacation richness of those Buick interiorstheserene show .
How tracks
lubricate it after about making to our
1U regularly with our new premium grease; visiting places of Interest In the smoothness of Dynaflow Drive*" into w ,

Utfcotine. Tests that heat or cold rain of Northern section of our country. room right soon-checking thoroughly
prove
and all-coil springing.But .
" U employed the if don't fall in love
Sinclair LithoUne H. C. Harley who matter-and see :you
does fu better than ordi.
+ a job In Fernandina spent last Friday don't let your emotion be the only with a smart-buy Buick?
! x. Save wear. Stop SCJ.ustlu. $iatlit-u* wid4 here with his family.
tine Julia Futch and Mlle M.apww/.wwie, at..55..d.4.M..IsY.t e..4.A..I-
ever? l00Q.lJilleJ. Shirley Miss Mary Rosier are In Panama ._oi t eo mOADHAiT .en.a.l ml euro M e*tOttr arise

the Harmony Bay J
City attending -- -

Music\ Camp near that City.

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ce[ Center Stationer brother Mosley, J.Jr.B.visited Mosley Mr.at Mosley'i Middle 225 Temple GREEN BUICK CO.Phone 226


. D. Goodman burg last Sunday. Avenue Starke Fla.
Miss Loraine Priest had as her ,

301 at So. City Limits guest last week her cousin MU LEX GREENI

MU, Coblna
and
Day
Carmen
Starke
Fla. \ Day of Cedar Keys.

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN : >:, andatuse y'u In the and abow you: are nan'r',.jiirt

qulr d to serve a copy of your an
.J I. I i...... ,>r pl"adlnns. to the complaint 1 \1

r ,.n the Plulntirr's; Attorney, T
Prank Landrum. Starke, Florida. and
flit I Ihe orlsrlnal, In the offlc. of M,,, .. ,.
111 Keystone Council May Employ Policeman ; trT Clnrk at the Circuit Court on or be- it II\'
:\ for. the 21rcl dny of July 1951otherwise M '

II1 i Will Investigate Cost Of Paving Streets ( utnplulnt, the will alterations be, taken as of vun.fussed Mid- ',16 <1 M"r 1"

by you. -
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streets this. next --T This notice shall\ be tl't i Op I '
Keystone Heights may Boon begin r'alntonance of : : -I published !:c ,
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each week. for four 112
would once W
the ,ir and that amount conaecutlv M. : '
looking for a policeman y wa-ks In the lira d ford County Telegriilih. r S. I 'f
City's first on a full-time hauls I make quite a payment on a paving A on.1:"H' 11011..11'1
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If the money can be found tc debt. I i tinted this Zflth day of June 1951 Ih II.. Ih" ,
Council also voted to employ ; (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3*. Thomas I"h i I. "t.
The
finance next year's Increased tf / Clerk of the Circuit Court I r "f' I."
budget. In Its regular meeting Pay, Lawrence to make a "s7 Hy Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk tb- 'r"f 'in 'r..11 r.\\

Tuesday night the Keystone survey and estimate the .coat of i ,' b 62| 4t 7H| '"d;1 .Ind I,

Council voted to Incrcnie this cleaning up all city-owned easements .1 I h. 'r....
Lakes and siirubbory I IITI.l UP XIIKHIPK'S 8 '1.101 ri'Ii, '0" hl'h",
years budget to $15, TAKU NOTICE! that -
under .nl
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streets and and by I )
and trees blocking Ur
more than last year. : virtue nf an execution Issued out Florldll. hr'dlOlt V
Of the Increase planned $3. sidewalks. of the Circuit Court of Bradford III : II ..t.
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the County, Florida the first 1 lIa.".. A
from day of1"ebruai'V h.
( will be budgeted to pay the A bill was received I 'I'h III
pOO 1981, upon a Judgment, Jun. !
salary and expense of police protection Keystone Water Works for IU26 !!.- t : tendered by said Court In a certain I p (1) th,1\.I\'

and an additional $2,000 for the damage done when a : : wherein cause John lately H. Phlpps therein was pendlnir pllllnJ I Florid.Rh.rlll.. /,

will be added to the street main- road grader broke open a pipe a '

tenance fund. few Weeks ago. Since the pipe .. J ..n't' _'''''''_1I,1,,'''''''''' ... ...... ...- -"
During the course of Tuesday was reported to be high and the

sovwril complaints water company had been notified
night's meeting .. __
were heard by the Council that the grader was working In .
that vicinity the Council voted to I ''''-''
regarding the condition of the unpaved 1 "

o ,, streets in the city. Af a result. turn the bill over to Judge Jen- : -' : Fort IIBNT-One B.rutont cottage/ W,'; .. ;.
to whithut shower bath. Close In. He' J.
and Ozzle nings for a ruling as 'I'QuiglcV.
Kyle McMurtry lie I liSt MI
Stewart members of the strict or not the City was liable. | I ,MI.
- confer with a A previous motion to lower the Foil S.M.K-My: equity' In 1941luxlKO

committee number of paving are to companies and traffic light and turn it off duringthe : ,hai* 1-ton tir would plrkun trade truck.same wood, for .'
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the approximate COHI of late hours was withdrawn j prn war coup or light ear J. u. {
report on that home'I : : .Murphy, m ml rust of llani|>-
reported
, such work at a special meeting when Stewart 1 eOC nn fin" it Itp \1

called' for next Tuosday night. trucks were just barely clearln! i: .
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Councilman Silil that the light now and that turning the I f flight Fi'lt' ,Ino.T-5; room, practically new l"l1"ui '
Tipping
t hMiHe 2 bedrooms, nicely furnautomatic ..
might corjuse
with the proposed dddlilnn to the off at night w.r: hot water heater ga.>> """

t budget the city would b* paying some people and cause un accident -' ,,4; aMonnblc ui, '.v..'. air' conditioning Curner rhrlstlan fan flout and. : .. \I II i

approximately $ IS00: for the : Pratt. H. I n :Mnndorf. It,
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, ', 38th Parallel Keystone Lions I Bradford Growers Rush Tobacco For MarketFISH'N'S \ the home nlture" house,. with sold and ponan para.tcly lawn. trees all dav io,008.shadlna Fur. .'(l 3 Iti.re llt HAI.P ctr, ''II,

I ,tcreng" ..cattle.and 'liullding, lots I I. ,
Dividing Liner Name ChairmenOf for klk "se....iTrately. : Near town 2 .I. lit 11kl. /
Scenes like the above were glimpsed on every hand throughout Mrs Uunlna M Wynn RronkfUdeApts I Itil lii
.., RroodMlde Ranch BossfntHoad. I Nrhnt ; ,
Scored By Speaker CommitteesCommittee 1 the New River-Brooker area last week as farmers rushed to Mrs. Clara Gross I East' Stnrke.. FOR RENT: I s is. ," '
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of their fine tobacco before 4-room ,cottaRo mudernlsed.. fur-
chairmen for the FUN complete the harvesting cad curing crop FOIl, HTNT: .
fished large lawn. Adult Ad. .
,,It WAS a great mistake on the Dies In Boston .1cc.. .. .. nicheS .
Lions Club of Keystone Heights the markets open on July 19. IIIII. if I hAve
4 part of someone when a dividing I
line was established between north were named by the President Dr. By Bill Baker On the Pledger Johns farm at New River tobacco .cropping"Is Mrs. Clara Gross 47 better APARTMKVT; FOR IlKVT: -1 bedroom -

r and south Korea at the 38th Parallel -j{ W. L. Musncr at the regular For some months there has been almost entirely a family affair as it Is .on. most Bradford known locally as Mrs. B. Gross comlilned.. living kltrtmn and, and.lining hath room eras Foil ciu SAlE in :'nOranKi it II,

Francis Clark said in his I meeting In Keystone Inn Monday very little flsh'n news from out County farms. died In a hospital In Boston Mass stove, eli.ctrlc FrloMdalre., arreened Si I
: porch all furnished Two entrances
speech to the Keystone Rotary night our way. But now your old fishing Photo at top left shows T. O. Dukes lifting another string of on June 23. 421 Madison St. Apply FUR S.ti.E1: ''or

Club last Friday. Clark the resident Those appointed to head up the reporter ha. decided to make an fragrant tobacco into the curing barn. She was a niece of Mrs. Effi ("'komt.nt., fl9RDhl't('nm mpp.. I' each Fr 'd I I",,

manager of Penney Farms year's work were: effort to again bring you this news resided at
At upper right Ralph Merritt and Edward Dobson are seen Johns of Starke and itFPtIR9Dl

'Was an economic missionary to Constitution and By-laws William If any readers have flsh'n news at gathering the lush leaves and loading them onto the horse-drawn Lawtey for many years before All "Make rhare-..All ,Model.Iteesonshie *. FOR. IIA! I..: -I...,, ",
arnsjraateeilTHAI. keroniMK
Korea for and still Baker:; Convention Dick time this writer would greatly met >
many years
: any "sled". moving to Jacksonville. She wa r. HHPPHRHnTM reimonnlilv, pr''''4 L
corresponds with friends and associates Burson; Finance William Scales; appreciate It. Church. W. Cull 'It. ,ftlsrkr Ph. 3:1ft cor, Oruni, tml vl
member of the Baptist
Lower photo shows the stringing process being carried on by a
Charles R. Hager;
there, Membership Doctor Stanley of Jax. Beach. held 1 10
He said there Is no more difference Program Eddie Bleha; Publicity has been steady at it In Hall Lake Mrs. Johns Barbara Johns, Jackie Johns and Betty (you guessed Orlando Funeral Monday services afternoon were at 2 WEDDINO-S3 up. Orders AND BIRTHDAY taken at Dahmer's CAKES MAN WANTED, I

between the people In J. P. Sullivan; Citizenship Albert for the past two weeks. He reports It) Johns. Branscomb officlatlng. lift Shopne. Phone 8J tf floss In Rrndforirlino
o'clock with Rev. ,
4 North and South Korea than there ; Altman; Boys & Girls. Anthony an 8 1-2 pounder a 6 1-2 With a 30 percent Increase in acreage this season. Bradford MEAT MARKINO INK-Guaranteed lelirh's. rnmUlvi Pi.pt FAPl W-

I Is between the people of Vermontand Baker; Civic Improvement. Kyle pounder and several nice stringsof growers expect receipts to soar well above last year's gross of Survivors Include her husband to conform to V S. Dept. of Agriculture phi*, T-nn.

Alabama. Further he said McMurtry; Education A. E. Anthony smaller bass. All were caughton $84,488.23. Quality and yield are both reported as excellent. Jerome J. Orosg. one son Edward Tile! specifications Bradford County 4 oa Telegraph bottle -

the best agrlrultural lands, electrical Jr.; Health &: Welfare, shiner Planted acreage this year totaled 320.7 as compared with E. Gross and a slater Mrs. 3. S tf FOR Hah SALE IA -A ...
I power plants and many James McDonald; Safety Ed V. "Jigger-fishing" has been among cress Peed I
248.9 last season. Culbert Orlando :NSW LOW PRICE on RemlnctonAddinir germInation, mpwij,
schools which were established by Stuckey; Sight Conservation T. the top flsh-gettlnic methods late. Machines. Also|, R..mlne- no swept yninwLunlne ,
In the held recently on a proposed change In the also a cousin of .
referendum Mrs. Gross was
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ton Portable '
Typewriter Seethem sweet bisu'et'tIfIsi !
outside teachers and capital are A. Glockner; United Nations" Joe ly. Of course this seems to always -
opening date of Florida bright leaf markets growers voted Mrs. Effie Carter. at Bradford County Tele. gmilhlull,
located in North Korea. K. Knight; Agriculture Laurie get the big ones. Herman graph tf Hamilton, Broolm |
L He said the Communists have Alderman.The Lee of Bradford County weighedIn 3,073 against the earlier date and 833 for it. Bradford growers _
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killed or carried away some 70 club was challenged by the a big one at 8 1-2 pounds Sat voted In favor of the change 26-5. It the measure.had passed Undivided profits 8*406.31 -

percent of the North Koreans who i Green Cove Springs Lions to a urday of last week. markets would have opened Thursday, July 12. Reserves account
, were trained by the western softball game. This was played S -Staff photos by Holcomb Kerns capital) 35.34575 We will WireKITCHEN Yd

'4 schools and who had made great Thursday night In Green Cove. All of the fishermen out our woy TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS

4iti progress In Improving agriculture but final score was not known at I are anxiously awaiting the outcome I7S.7581J

S In the area. Others had to press time.In of the Court Suit of the :Midget Pencil Sharpeners.for 1.1. TOTAL LIABILITIES!

jolnxthe Communists or keep silent Osceola commissioners against PANGOLA GRASS home u..... Only $1.83.-81'11- AND CAPITAL. ACi,835.115.00 FR

he said and consequently any proportion.Dr. Aluminum Irrigation. Inc. This SEED AVAILABLE ford County Telegraph. +COUNTS Thl bank's! capital eon.

agreement which re-e tabll hee Frank Slaughter well- concern bought several thousandacres Iftta of:
known author and surgeon will and fenced In two public Adding Machined and Portable Common tock with total
the dividing line between the two value of $50,000.00-
speak to the group thin Friday on lakes., cutting off the public. If Farmer In thin section are Typpwrlttora Hold on time.-Brad- par I Limited TimeNEW

countries at the 38th Parallel will the "Road to Blthynla" the title the suit can be won by the county SMlvlMMl that rangola grass ford County Telegraph. Memoranda \

undo many years of hard work I of his next book which Is scheduled It seems to this .writer U could I planting, material will be available Axrti pledged or H.lgnd -

and throw the Koreans backward for publication this fall. pave:> the way to the opening ofSevern I I at the Experiment Station. RFPORT o'"* roinmov! ur" mid t for* secure other purposes liabilities .15,819.41r
I In Oalnenvllle on July 17 at the "Fl-OHlnA BtNK ATOP ST4TSKF"
) thousand lakes already "'r HKR IN TUB TATH'. OF-
S. L. Peek Jr, Cashier of the
closed In our state. The closing of same price as last year. Interextril ri.ORlnt AT TUB CL04R OPIII above, named bank do solemnly
IIEI! I growers are requested MM-.SS: OX JK SO. I8.M.: statement U
Is seriousproblem wear that the above
KEYSTONE PERSONALS public lakes causing a A....'., I and correctly
to fishermen. I to contact the County Agent's Cash tialancss. with other represents true, and that the It true fully state of the

I fJ 11KNEFIT: PAnTY I Dr. and Mrs. foIl In Keystone. This writer Is asknu. in this Office for particular. balances banks, Including and cash reserve ItemsIn several, aet matters forth to herein the best containedand of my

& The Catholic Women of Key. John Fredrlcksaon after being column the president of the 4- process. of colleutlon 297,69495 knowledge and belief.CurrectAtteat .

stone Heights will hold a dessert home for two weeks has left for County Sportman's. Association United Btates, DovernmentobllRatlona direct andKtmritnteed : 8.R.U P.Peek.Markham Jr.

card party at 1:30: p. m. Saturday -I New York on business. (Alachua Bradford Clay and Humphreys To Play 1,114,113.21 I W, H Scw-ll
Obligations of States
andp.iitiiiI
ft ; July 21. at the home of Robert Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dwyer of' PutmAn), to contact Osceola eiitxll\lnlnn, .. 2(10,82789( I Harold C. Wan Directors.

L : J. Cronadale on Little Lake Brook I Hartfort Conn. have left after County Commissioners and offer Two Softball Games Loans and discounts' (Including stats of Florida.

lyn. In case of rain. the party willS spending two weeks with Mr. and1MI'll. any assistance they mav be able Saturday NightHumpTireys 127 m overdrafts 996llq.qt! 'County of Bradford.. u:
be held at the Woman'a Club. to give. If this! club will contact Bank premises owned $7, Sworn to and Hutmcrlbed before ne
I J. C. Fredrlcksson.I IS7.ti fnrnlrnr,. thin loth day of July, 1951 andI
Any kind of cards may be played .I Mr. and Mrs. Charles. R. Haxer this writer he will !give any helpIn softball team will; tures Ifl.744 81 and fix 111.mi 1 41 hereby certify that I am not anor'I..r -
as there will be a prize for each I thIs matter he ran. We have Other assets 9.403.Art nr director of this bank.
I are rejoicing in the birth of a baby play the two teams currently i '1<,'"It Mae >'. Meriiereuu ;NotaryPublic ,
table. The Keystone Beauty Shop several hundred cloned lakes in ,
4 leading in the Jacksonville Open TOTAl. ASSF.TH -
daughter InI I 2,835,775
on Thursday. July 6. _
Mv commission October 18, -e
expires
that.In opinion.
baa donated a permanent wave as our region my can __
i I Alachua General Hospital. The Church League on the Starke I.'.hili..... 1951 _
1 door I and should be open to the publicRemember .
a prizeProceeds
'baby has been named Ann Royer. field Saturday night. The first demand deposits of indl-
4 will go into a building \lunlit. partnerships, >OTICH TO APPFHIlIn .
i Mr. and Mn.. John Bird are expected game will begin at 7:43: p.m. and I
fund for a Catholic Church In any time you know corporations 1,248.57478 ( ,..-... ('"urt. Hr..fford Otantr,
home In the near future Is ftsh'n. know heisn't The games scheduled with Lake Time deposits of Indlvl- K.lor Id.i !. (.ttmmrrrr.HorhritA .
Keystone your son you duals,
z Heights. I fur a brief vacation. They left City during the past week were partnerships, ando.rporatins Wnldt. Plaintiff vs Mar- .
The committee arranging the getting Into mischief. AIAo."Clsh'n' 543.354 8? Caret A. Waldt Defendant. S.-:- 1
Okinawa on the 5th by plane to San rained out.Final Deposits of United States ; ,
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party I. composed of E. H. Cooper fun" for all. Government Including Case No. 1521Entire1 '-......... ..
Francisco and will vlnlt here and I To Apprair.
4 Mrs. F. J. Allen. Mr. and Mrs W. I postal snvlmtm 2149859 TnMnricaret, A. Waldt, whoseresidence
In
Michigan with Mrs. Bird's par.e.ts. Deposits of States and .
Rites Held po < and address Is: 370 OeoraeItond
J. Slprelle, Mrs. Robt. Hutchlnson GIRL SCOUTSAt litical subdivision. 372.70920
Cllffslde Park New Jersey.
t R. J. Croasdale and Mrs. II. 1. Other deposits (certifiedand
For Oley G. Pearce officers' You are hereby notified that a
Morgan Jr.Reservations. | LT. M.ItO.NTOVNUf.D: : our meeting Friday we finished .H'I checks I 10.USU suit for Divorce and custody and

: should be made by Lt. Wayne Sargent will be home our painting Job and we are Funeral services .were held last Bills TOTAL payable DRPOSITS, rediscounts! 2.2"2.911.91 control the Defendant of minor has child been filed awarded againstyou to -

: writing Mrs. E. H. Cooper or phone soon for a 30-day leave. His broth going to have our Girl Scout birth Friday morning for Oley O other liabilities for borrowed and In the above named Court and

2362. I er. Key Sargent and his wife day on Thursday. July 12. Some Pearce 66. In the Christian Other liabilities money 95.000 00 serve cause a and copy you of your are required answer or to

The Community Church Women I left Is it week for San Franclseo of us will receive our community Church at Hampton with Rev, 64104.91 nl.ndlnir to the complaint on the
I will hold a picnic In the Beach to meet his boat. Lt. Sargent badges. TOTAL LfAI'ILITI1:3! Plaintiffs Attorney, T. Frank
Fred S. Dodd officiating. Interment (not Including subor. I-nndrum, Starke Florida and file ;
Park on Thursday< July 19. Sup who received his promotion to Any girl who wants to Join ,, was made In Santa Fe dlnated obligations the original In the office of the .. -..,- t: ""
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per will b. served at 630.: Bring I First Lieutenant In March has may meet us at 3:30 every Fridayat Cemetery.A shown below 2.383,021.14 rierk fore the of the trh Circuit day of Court Aucust.on or 1951 he.: :;-"'. _1

I a picnic basket. Husbands and eden considerable action In Korea.At the Scout house on Church St. native of the Lulu communityof Capital Aereaetenpital otherwise the allegations of said

friends are welcome. the time he received. his promotion -Jane Brandt. Scribe Columbia County Mr. Pearce 50.noD on fessed Complaint. by you will be taken as con.

Earl Fisher, DuPont engineer he also received the Bronze Surplus 150.00000
moved to Hampton In 1935 This notice shall b.. published.
wherehe
has been transferred to the Edge- Star for bravery In action last De. j ..eo -... -n'O.. __ "- ones each week. for four consecutive
served as city policeman for weeks In the Bradford
County Telegraph.
more Plant near Wilmington Del. cember. He now baa the -
purple .
Bradford
County Fair Association several years. During World War QUICK LUNCHor
He left for hi. new assignment. ,.Heart. having been wounded juat .JSU"1.111" *r<1 day of JulT' tl51.J10FFICIAI. !
I Commander A. J. Thomas, Jr., II. he worked at Camp Blanding .
SEAL A. J. Thomas,
last week. five minutes after being notified FULL MEALHot _
I announced the newly appointed where he received a permanent Injury Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Mrs. Watson has returned from I that he was scheduled for return By Myrtle T. Denver Deputy Clerk 1931 PHIICO 413
Post Building Committee as follows forcing his retirement. He Excl''
I With
a visit in Atlanta.Mr. to the State He was struck by 11' 4t 1121
: T. C. Hszen Jr., chairman; died Thursday July 5 after an Truly the "buy of the year"In
and Mrs. U Voght of Miami, shrapnel In the Stomach and. but Ray Stone. Guy Andrews, Seebet extended Illness.Pallbearers modern electric cooking! '"oro-u,J,f'
have been In Keystone for some for a steel girdle he wore would NOTICR TO APPK4.R Unmatched at the price for de-
D. Goodman, A. L. Crosby Jr. This were James O I.. ('I....... ('..rt. nradfcrd Cs..47
days. They left for Miami early probably have been killed. He was II committee will first investigatethe Douglas Amos T. .'....1.". I. r..a..-..,.. use features and real I quality.
this week. Mrs. Voght wan formerly evacuated to Tokyo and reached ] Douglas J. E. Sarah R. nrucker. Plaintiff, vs.
Mrs. Ella Blo...... 1 I there on June 17, a week after being properties available In and around Douglas Robert Lee Williamson Solomon S. _ck... Defendant. Hug J3O Cu. In. Banquet Oven

Dr. Holl and family of Mt. Lebanon : wounded. He was ho.pHalIzed Starke and report findingsand Audrey E. Pearce and Willard Le- T. Asipewr.To Case No. 1521loflc Ample room for cooking com .' >II
'' : recommendations back to the grove. : Solomon 8. Drucker. whoio. plelemeal-holda40Ib.turkeyl! .,..
Pa. are visiting his parents. there.
__ I Automatic .
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last known Preheat Thermostat .
Post for action by the member- Survivors Include four sIster: residence and address .
was! Ills Washington Avenue with "warm" position. \ \ \
Mrs. Trummle Williamson Dun- !Bron. New Fork :
ship.Ray ,
IIIII LEGION NEEDS ANNEX BUILDINGSO Stone chairman of the dee; Mrs. Vlrgie K. Teagle Eau suit Ton for are Divorce hereby, notified that a New Deilgn Deep Well Ckr.
t..1CII.t..dy\
COMMITTEE IS APPOINTEDThe Legion Dance Committee made a Gallic; Mrs. Veanle Phillips. Or. weather eating Is minor. child and other relief\ has of For soups stews, pot roasts
report on the Saturday night lando; and Mrs. Nlta Doug-Its, be sure been filed against you In etc. Also cooks pop corn with-
dances and expressed the feeling Gainesville. He also had two to enjoyable when you the above named Court and out stirring! Big 6 quart .1*.. IOWTrue
program at the AmericanLegion's president; Charles Hardy treasurer dine cause and you are required to AT NEW
on good food
that they ,would be the most successful brothers. William Pearce Orlando In the serve a copy of your answer
or
regular meeting Tuesday ; and John M. Godwin. sec- |
'I cool. pleasant pleading to the complaint the C Full 40 INCH RANOI WIDTH ..mor.'I'/
on
surroundingsof !
night featured talks by Lloyd retary. The Association voted to venture ever undertakenby and L. P. Pearce Lulu. Central Plaintiffs. Attorney. Samuel W oct.1p0 e HIGH If 110 SURPACI taitmr '

Grlder of Starke and Frank(, transfer the monies In Its treasuryto the Post. Restaurant. Box st. nalnesvllle. Pla. and file UNITS with less hnnk

Brown of Hampton recent delegates -I I the Legion Post for a Building I Al K. Carlisle Post Athletic Ledgers Journal, Record Books, Here you'll find your favorite r-lerk the >r''rl of' alJn.. Circuit the Court office on ot or the he. INTHVAl. TIMIKArriiANCi Smoke Soot 0

to the Legion-sponsored, Fund and stipulated that these Officer Day Book.*. Time Books All foods fore the 8th day of August "51: OURS
gave a report on the progress etc. prepared the otherwise. th. allegations of
said
Boy's Stat. In Tallahassee. These funds could be used only for the of the Junior Legion Baseball aize. and prtceo.-Bradford County way you like them. And Complaint will b. taken as confessed .. .. 'I/
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young men were aelected by a acquisition of a suitable lot for! Telegraph. best of all by you ....
-our prices Thl notice shall be
the basis. of building and for the construction I Team. Carlisle stated that are published
faculty committee on I always one each. week for four consecutive $239.95
achievement and citizenship and of a building. It was pointed out I the team h.d. game scheduled reasonable. graph weeks In the Bradford County' Tele. ..s.r:

were sent to Uie one-week Boys' that while the Legion has no In-I for every day on up to the Tournament Drive-in to Central today Dated this ItS day' of
State all expenses paid by the tentlon of abandoning Its pre.ent for OFFICIAl steAL) A. /Thomll'
W.C.T.U.
a sandwich
Sunday excepted
*, or a fall Clerk
'
., American Legion and the StarkeRotary hall. It Is in need of a Legion I ( By Myrtle T. the Circuit ('nU'I'
The Post decided to course dinner. Beaver, Deputy (Clerk
move its .
ClubFollowing Annex from the hail Ii"ALCOHOL _
away present 116| 41 7I2T
- the Post meeting. a where it can sponsor dances and,I next regular meeting up to Monday DOES CENTRAL i Ce H. NASWORTHY

session of the Bradford night. 23 because of NOT AID DI
County other entertainment. The Fair July. the GESTION J JIIOTU'III'1'O 'P.IQU
I
Fair Association was called to Association Charter provides that opening night of the District HINDERS IT"BUT. ACTUALLY Re.taurant & i Pleld.Is Ci.i" 5.C.s Casseery,*; J5Vadf' srd Cja.y.Alexander General Supplies

. order and the following officers all Baseball Tournam being (DR. J. H. I MnMaa. Jr. Plaintiff, vs.
I members of Starke Post M are on KELLOGG I Drive-In Flora Mae Muntao. Bfndantl
were elected: A. J. Thomas 31',1! I PHONE 198 STARK
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night. July 24. N
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automatically member. of the FLORIDA NEWS: ) !If.. .. '1'. .a..-.,.

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'" iKEYSTONE >u at, I ii, r.'bj. notlfl.d th,' "
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COLUMN ana at,". and you are rnuli "
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HEIGHTS I
...d to nerve a copy of your an- ,
lair ,>r pleadings. to the cumptalninn I,
the Plaintiffs Attorney T
Fiank Lsndrum, Starke Florida and t,
I fll< the orlwiiiHl In the office of the '.1 <.
Council May Employ Policeman ; clerk >f th, Circuit Court on or before l 'PIIW, ,
Keystone the 31rd day of July 1931 101.. ,.
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.>therwit'C l the allegations of laid ,
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Will Investigate Cost Of Paving Streets Complaint, will be taken as con- If6 ii I" I ,
fe -.od by you. .. F ,,.'_ _
of streets thU next This' notice) shall be published 'Vt'lt m Split,
maintenance
begin .
< on
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Keystone Heights may each week. for four ''u Wh""
once consecutive .
looking for a policeman, the y ,ir and that amount would weeka In the Bradford County Telegraph. M., S ,
basis I 1 make quite a payment on a paving 11' itoti; i
City's first on a full-time & : t "01: ,j' ,I .11 ,
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debt, Dated Ibis Snth day of June 1S51 Ih. q'C Ih"
found tc }
If the money can be f (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J*. Thomas. 'lid, .. I. "' ,
finance next year's increased The Council also voted to employ ,- k Clerk of the Circuit Court it r It",,, I "_ _ _
; R/iy Lawrence to make a I fly Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk thu f.tI.,, 1"1'' _____
; budget. In Its regular meeting I I 101\.. ,. I _________

1; Tuesday night, the Keystone survey and estimate the coat of s 8.ZJ. 4t 7113| \lHI f51...1114..I f, _ _
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voted to Increase! this cleaning up all city-owned ease 'Ih.
i Council h1rh.
t :\OTU'.1: OP HIIKRIFP'sj' S %I.H for ''h' ,
years budget to $i:>.00(>-,-.$3,000: ments to Lakes and shrubbery 4 TAKE NOTICE that under and by 'hi Unt at Ih. ...
'or ,
more than last year. and trees blocking street and virtue of an execution issued out Ih 1"loth'a, .i"e'. R'" r.
Circuit Court of .1 h, .
of the Bradford
sidewalks.A "
$3- "f '"
increase planned, ,
the Alitut
Of .
County, Florida the first day of A 1111
t the Th
pOO will be budgeted to pay the bill was received from February, 1951, upon a Judgment : Jtflt 9'h. ,.
I and of polloe pro Keystone Water Works for f 118.28 .- rendered by said Court In a certain i'ThRn,,
salary expense lately therein Ifh.rlllor
1 tection and an additional $2,000 for the damage done when a wherein cause. John H. Phipps was pending plain. F1IOtld.. t_ _ _

will be added to the street maintenance road grader broke open a pipe a _

fund. few weeks ago. Since the pipe :tI

I During the course of Tuesday was reported to be high and the E@ilii'i: iiit ID: 11 11c
notified
had been
night's meeting. s5V..r
\I were heard by the Council that the grader wag working In c::'-"- ,'L' ,' J,-.- .. "" _. '" I.I.Ij\,
the CouncU voted to __. larlt
that vicinity.
f regarding the condition of the unpaved -
o streets In the city. Ai a result -! turn the bill over to Judge Jen- '% FOH IIENT--One B-room cottage, W"c'1': I K a IC
hower bath Close In. Bee J. T. '!' .
and Ozzie 'nlngi for a ruling as to whether \ k ">1 tcr alp
Kyle McMurtry L tjulgley It "
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Stewart. members of the sin ci or not the City was liable.A I I I 'If i.., Gi
lower the a Foil SAL.K-My equity In 1941Jitdire : I it .
motion to
committee, are to confer with a previous I j ;: < I-ton plrkup truck goodhni I N.i"tuit .
f number of paving companies and traffic light and turn It off duringthe < '>i Or would trade same. for I taU
of late hours was withdrawn I : pn' uar coup I ur light car J. H. I .
report on the approximate cost 4 ;Murphy. I ml eat, of Hamp- Alit
such work at a special meeting when Stewart, reported that home : '..n .,n H-.nd K Itn, I \1 1II'

called for next Tuesday night. trucks were Just barely clearing", .. Ct
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Foil' HENT.rooln practlrallv new ,
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Councilman Tipping said\ that the light now and that turmug the t ..-tv' *# -- 'I -F hi'iir" 2 bedrooms, nicely. turn tl,I'' .. ,... fliPI
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cotifuie' ,innti, hot. water locater te
addition to the light off at night might ; ant atte
with the proposed ,
ac t tv' 1"ndlll..nl..or't: fan Kent 11",1";
and an
cause
budget the city would bw paying some people r..a'.nllhh'l Corner Christian and

approximately $1,500 for the cldent. ) ,. ;T 1w -__. I'niH It. n :\I"n.-.rf' In-
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SJ"Ilt
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.. 14.room modernised'
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home, with pecan. trees shndina IS
i I the house 1\11 lawn nil\ dAY. Fur. i'Al: ,
MarketFISH'N'S .
Keystone Lions Growers Rush Tobacco For \ 3 rlrkl l
38th Parallel Bradford Atrenv"nit lire oM, cattle. fe >an'l irntely Thulidlng$10,000.lots .'a2 -' ,

Line Name Chairmen fir fill 1.* i*.|Srfratelv Near town. It tir I I" I
Dividing I hand throughout Mrs. I.uclnn. M Wvnn. Brookslde kl. I
Scenes like the above were glimpsed on every .. HessentKnud. ei. :,
ld llanrh
Ants nrood
Scored By Speaker Of CommitteesCommittee 1 the New River-Brooker area last week as farmers rushed to Mrs. Clara Gross Ka..f Starke FOIl RENT: it'h"r, .
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fur-
chairmen for the FUN complete the harvesting asi curing of their fine .tobacco crop be- 4.room nlxhed large cottage" lawn., modernised Adults Adl.e. 'Olt H1NT. ,, ediihed

,It was a great mistake on the Lions Club of Keystone Heightswere fore the markets open on July 19. Dies In Boston .. tie nhot.e tf Ave, II CL ke
when a dividingline
part was of BomeoiKv established between north I named by the President Dr. I Ily Bill Baker On the Pledger Johns farm at New River tobacco "cropping"Is Mrs. Clara Gross 47. better APARTMENT. living' FOR.and nF.ST-l dining room bedroom ---.-itAI.K- (S.FtiR .

and south Korea at the 38th Parallel. -! W. L. MuHser, at the regular For some months there has been almost entirely a family affair as it is .on most Bradford known locally as Mrs. B. Gross combined kitchen .and bath. "Hrna t'h""I'" 'Ii I i'

Francis Clark said In his meeting in Keystone Inn Monday very little flah'n news from out County farms. died In a hospital In Boston Mass stove. porch, electric nil furnished.)Frlfrldalre Two screened .entrances .. (iltttigi III I IIc

speech to the Keystone Rotary night. our way. But now your old fishing Photo at top left shows '1'. O. Dukes lifting another string of on June 28. 421 !Madison St. Apply it 11%t.l .7 j'tCetich

Club last Friday. Clark the resident Those appointed to head up the reporter has decided to make an fragrant tobacco Into the curing barn. She was a niece of Mrs. Effie rh...,".r nt ("mm..A. tfR Fred I u

manager/ of Penney Farms, year's work wereConstitution : effort to again bring you this news. iAt upper right Ralph Merritt and Edward Dobson are seen Johns of* Starke and resided at ,tIO IIEPtlRPnt iaI"Olt
and By-laws Wil- ,All lnke.* All *HoitelRennonnhle >> Ltl.K -Ur ,
i was an economic missionary to If any Traders have flsh'n news at gathering the lush leaves and loading them onto the horse-drawn Lawtey for many years before rharKe* eranranteerlC kerosene unit| or

Korea for many years and still I liam Baker) Convention, Dick any time, this writer would greatly "sled". moving to Jacksonville. She wasa ''','It. C. .lirPMFHIlTnl reueonmiiv pric$ edcor
corresponds with friends and associates liurson; Finance. William Scales; appreciate It. Church. w. c nil ... iirfce Pfc. axtt Orangt ent it
of the Baptist
K Lower photo shows the stringing process being carried on by member dfi
Membership Charles R Hager; of Jax. Beach
Doctor Stanley
'.' there. 'services were held In I
Funeral CAKES
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY
11!I He said there Is no more difference Program. Eddie Blclia; Publicity, has been steady at it In Hall Lake Mrs. Johns Barbara Johns, Jackie Johns and Betty (you guessed Orlando Monday afternoon at 2 -ft up. Orders taken at Dahmer MAN '.VANTEDI5,

between the people In J. P. Sullivan; Citizenship, Albert for the past two weeks. He reports It) Johns. o'clock with Rev. Branscomb ofDelating. Olft !>hol>p". Phone 8"-J ttVIRAT ness IAD rimlllci In Hrndfort w) Ii

North and South Korea than there Altman; Boys Sc Girls Anthony an 8 1-2 pounder, a 6 1-2 With a 30 percent Increase in acreage this season Bradford : MARKING INK-guaranteed lelgh's flpptphis ?A

4 1 Is between the people of Vermont Baker; Civic Improvement Kyle pounder. and several nice strings growers expect receipts to soar well above last year's gross of Survivors Include her husband to conform specifications to. U. B. Dflpt.4 of os Agriculture bottle .. Tinn

. and Alabama. Further he said McMurtry; Education A. E. An. of smaller bass. All were caughton 8448823. Quality and yield are both reported as excellent. Jerome J. Gross, one son Edward 75o. Bradford County Telegraph U:,

_( the best agricultural lands electrical thony. Jr.; Health A Welfare, shiner Planted acreage this year totaled 3207 as compared with E. Cross and a sister Mrs. J. S tf FOR Buhla PAIR era.ap.tgermination.-A n..

' power plants and many James McDonald; Safety Ed V. "Jigger-fishing" has been among 248.9 last season. Culbert. Orlando. NBW now PRICE on Remington 'uso '1IM. y,
\ schools which were established by Stuckey; Sight Conservation T. the top fish-getting method late. Adding MachineAlso. Remington sweet jrtllinr
1 In the referendum held recently on a proposed change In the Mrs. Gross was also a cousin of Portable Typewriters dee Lun Ill outside teachers and capital are A. Qlockner; United Nations, Joe ly. Of course this seems to always them at Bradford County Tele- .' Soiithlml\ i
date of Florida bright leaf markets. voted Mrs. Effie Carter.
growers
'I located in North Korea. K. Knight; Agriculture, Laurie get the big ones. HermanLee opening graph. tf Hamilton Brook

F;.* He said the Communists have Alderman.The of Bradford County weighed 3,073 against the earlier date and 833 for it. Bradford growers .(

j killed or carried away some 70 club was challenged by the In a big one at 8 1-2 pounds Saturday voted In favor of the change 26It the measure had passed, rndlvliled 9rofIt.R..erVee 3010937 I

percent of the North Koreans who Green Cove Springs Lions to a of last week. markets would have opened Thursday July 12. account. (for and preferred retirement

t were trained by the western softball game. This was played S -Staff photos by Holcomb Kerns capital .5.343.75 We will Wire YOI'KITCHEN '

t 1, schools and who had made greatI Thursday. night in Green Cove, All of the fishermen out our woy TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -

I progress In Improving agriculture but final score was not known at are anxiously awaiting' the out 173.78211TOTAl. !

I I In the area. Others had to press time. come of the Court Suit of the :Midget Pencil Sharxner Idea 1.1 A BILITIE3!

! :.i I jol \the Communists or keep iiI Osreola commissioners against PANGOLA GRASS for home UM>. Only $1.83.: -Brad. AND CAPITA ACi,835.175.00 FR

lent, he said and consequently any In proportion. Aluminum Irrigation Inc. This SEED AVAILABLE ford County Telegraph. COUNTS KThla bank's capital oon-

I which reestablishesthe Dr. Frank Slaughter, well. concern bought several thousandacres slsta "of*
agreement
known author and surgeon will and fenced In two public Adding" Machines: and PortabiTjpewrlters Common. stock with total

I 'I dividing line between the two speak to the group this Friday on lakes, cutting off the public. If Farmer In thin section areadvlmnl Kolil. on time.-Brad. par value of ISO,000.00MemoraMtla Limited Time

I countries at the 38th Parallel will the Road to Blthynla" the title the suit can be won by the county.It that Pangola gnu ford County Telegraph L \

undo many years of hard work, of his next book which Is scheduled seems to this .writer it could planting, material will be available Asset pledged or asslgned ,,
to secure liabilities I
and throw the Koreans backward for publication this fall. pave the way to the opening of I at I the Experiment: Station UFPORT or (vnmov UI" and for. other purposes 475.81947
I thousand lakes In CJalnenvllle. on July 17 at the "Fi.oium HK AT nrtnKF--
several already
last In- Of" irtHKF. IV TuFt "T'TK. Of I, S. L. Peek Jr. Cashier. of the
closed In our state. The closing of same price Jt jear. FI.OHint' AT THFJ. CI.O IFOV" above named bank do solemnly
! I II KEYSTONE PERSONALS public lakes Is causing a serious termted grower are requeued 111 "i>i-s-4: o"AseefeCash jt MMI.. iit.ti.: swear that the above statement U 0

problem to fishermen. I to con 104-1 the'! CnuntyIfPnt'li balances. with other true represent, and that the It true fully state and correctly of the .5

! 1 BENEFIT: PARTY I Dr. and Mrs. Holt In Keystonn. Thin. writer Is askntr. In this Office for particulars. balances bank.. Including, and cash reserve'Item several..t matters forth to herein the best containedand of my

1 The Catholic Women of Key.'I John Fredrlcksson after being column, the president of the 4. United In process ftates of Government col leutlon 297,694119 knowledge. and belief.CorrectAttet ,
'
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r,, J stone Heights will hold a dessert home for two weeks has left for County 'Sportman'e Association obligations, direct andKiiariintrod ; 8. L.. P.Peek Markham Jr.R .a ,,

1 card party at 1:30: p. m. Saturday I New York on business (Alar-nun, Bradford. Clay and Humphreys To Play of fltato. and'I.M4, 1.X1Obligations I V. II. Sewell -

21 at the home of Robert Futmnn). to contact Osceola .,,lltlil l eiihdlvlnlon,.. Harold C. Wall "V I ;
,rL July Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dwyer of \ 200.62789 Director ' '
I Two Softball Games
I .1. Croasdale on Little Lake Brook. Hartfort Conn. have left after County Commissioners and offer Loans' and discount* (Inclilillnic State of FlorIda : : -
be able 127114 over. I County of Bradford. .*: .
assistance .
they may
1' lyn. In case of rain the party will spending two weeks with Mr. and any Saturday Night drafts' 918S2 .8d .
Sworn to and subscribed before otethis '
to If this club will contact Bank
give. premises owned 17. '
held at the Woman's Club.
be I Mrs. J. C. Fredrlcksson. I U72J fiirnimrand$ fixtures loth dity of July, 1'lSl! and
. of cards be this writer he will give any helpIn I hereby certify that I am not anofflc..r
Any kind may played I Mr. and Mrs. Charles. R. Haver Hump rt'Ys Softball team will 11.744 21 U mi 41
, .11 thin. matter he can. We have Other or director of this bank
for each I nirels 9,401.Kit
as there will be a prize are rejoicing In the birth of a baby several! hundred closer! lakes In play the two teams currently iSenll Mite 1'. Mertiereuu Notary; ... 0);
, table. The Keystone Beauty Shop daughter on Thursday July 6. In leading In the Jacksonville Open TOTAl. ASSRTS 2.1135,175.110: Public
Mv commission October IS
our region that. In my opinion can expires
has donated a permanent wave as Alnrhua General Hospital. The Church League on the Starke, lilt
I lehllltleeemand
I and should be to the public.
11,1 a door prizeProceeds baby has. been named Ann Royer. open field Saturday night. The firs > deposits. of indlvl.liuilx. --

will go Into a building i Mr. and Mrs. John Bird are exI S game will begin at 7:43: p.m. and, coriiorailnnn. ,purrnershlps' XOTICH. TO CPPK tot .....
Remember any time you know 1,210.57478 In EIrult c nerO Hra tfor4 fo-sntir,
Church in <
,II fund for a Catholic pected home in the near future The games scheduled with Lake Tim. deposits of Indlvl- frlnrlriai. .. (.heneerr.Herheit .
I I your son is flsh'n you know heisn't du.'.,
Keystone Heights. I f'"r a brief vacation. They left City during the past week were partnerships and A. Waldr. Plaintiff v. Margaret .
The committee arranging the (retting Into mischief. Alno'flsh'n's corporntlnnx 545,324 A. Waldt. Defendant. "-...............,,,,..... J
Okinawa the 8th rained out.Final Deposit of Pnlted
on by plane to San State Case No. 8521 .,.... .. .
of E. H. Cooper fun" for all. Government ( ..... .-- I'I'T
is Including
j party composed I Francisco and will visit here and po..al'In,,.., "Vntlc* To Appear.
I; Mrs. F. J. Allen Mr. and Mrs. W. In Michigan with Mrs. Bird's parent Deposit. of Statesan.t nn.lltlcnl 21,4'11.58 ToMargaret: A. Waldt. whoseresidence
Rites Held *
J And address Is 370 GeorgeItond.
J. Slprelle. Mrs. Robt. Hutchinson ,. GIRL SCOUTSAt subdivision. 37270410 Cllffslde Park. New Jersey.
Other .
R. J. Croasdale and Mrs. II. L.torgan For Oley G. Pearce deposit (e.rtifleland You are hereby notified that 5
Mr. SARGUNT: WOUNDED oCtlc.rs1 eheoks.TOTAl suit. for Divorce and and
? Jr.Reservations. I[ our meeting Friday we finIshed p'.1 16.62211 custody
control of
'1 should be made by Lt. Wayne Sargent will be home our painting job and we are Funeral services were held last Bill payable. DEPOSITS, rediscount. 103,911.97 and the Defendant.minor has child been filed awarded againstyou to -

writing Mrs. E. H. Cooper or phone soon for a 30-day leave. His broth. going to have our Girl Scout birth- Friday morning for Oley O other liabilities for bar.rowed In the above named Court andcause
I er Key Sargent and his wife day on Thursday, July 12. Some money stone AA and you are required to
2362.The Pearce 66 in the Christian Other liabilities 64.10491 serve a copy of your answer or
Community Church Women I left last week for San Franciscoto : of us will receive our community Church at Hampton with Rev. nlendln' to the complaint' on thePlaintiffs

wilt hold a picnic in the Beach meet his boat. Lt. Sargent, badges. Fred S. Dodd TOTAl. LIABILITIES Attorney. T. Frank
I officiating. Inter (not Including subor Landrum Stacks, Florida and file
Park on Thursday July 19. Sup who received his promotion to 'Any girl who wants to join, ment was made in Santa Fe dinated obi Iga liana the original In the office of the .......... L

per will be served at 6:30.: Bring I First Lieutenant In March hal may meet us at 3:30: every Friday Cemetery.A shown. below 2,3A3.03i. Clerk fore the of the 6th Circuit day of Court August on,or 1151 h..., ..... _

picnic basket. Husbands and seen considerable action In Korea. I at the Scout house on Church St. native of the Lulu communityof C.pIiaI' A........ otherwise the allegations. of said

friends are welcome. At the time he received his promotion -Jane Brandt Scribe Columbia County, Mr. Pearce Surplus('apitsi' BAOOOOA fessed Complaint by you will be taken a. con.

Earl Fisher DuPont engineer he also received the Bronze moved to Hampton In 1933: wherehe ... UA.OOAOO This notice. shall be publishedonce
has been transferred to the Edge- Star for bravery. in action last De J served ---- each week for four consecutiveweeks
as city policeman for In the Bradford
; more Plant near Wilmington. Del. cember. He now has the purple Bradford County Fair Association. several years. During World War QUICK LUNCHor graph.; County Tele-1851.1
'.Heart having been wounded just Dated this Ird day of
his assignment Julv.
He left for new Commander
I A. J.
Thomas II. he worked
Jr. at Camp
Blandlng (OFFICIAL
SEAL A. J. Thomas.
five minutes after being notified FULL
MEAL
last week. I / announced the newly appointed where he received a permanent Injury <"lerk of the Circuit Court
Mrs. Watson has returned from that he wa scheduled l for return By Myrtle T. Dearer, Deputy Clerk NEW 1951 PHI ICO 413
I Post Building Committee as fol. forcing his retirement. He With ExtiUll
the States He struck 71* 4t 7127fOTIF.
to was by
a visit In Atlanta.Mr. lows: T. C. Hazen Jr.. chairman; died Thursday, July: after an Truly the "buy of the year" ,,
and Mrs. L. Voght of Miami shrapnel In the Stomach and. but Ray Stone Guy Andrews Seebei extended IIIneu.PaJlbearers in modern electric cooking! ,,der'
for for a steel girdle he wore, would !\ TO API-Kin. Unmatched
have been in Keystone some at the price for de-
D. Goodman A. L. Crosby Jr. This were James O. I*, fin-sit < ...... n..df.,4 {'....T. lux
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day They left for Miami early probably have been killed. He was i committee* will first investigatethe Douglas Amos T. Douglas, J. E.Douglas rlnrldai Isi riia.>.-*..,.. features and real quality.
this week. Mrs. Voght wa for evacuated to Tokyo and reached I Sarah. R rtrucker. Plaintiff. "..
properties available In and a- Robert Lee Williamson Holomon S. Baeicker. Defendant Hug. 5330 Cu.,In. Banquet Oven
Mrs. Ella Bloss. there on June 17. a week after being -
merly round Starke and report finding Audrey E. Pearce and Willard Le- .. Case No. S51 Ample room for cooking complete .
Dr. Holl and family of Mt. Lebanon : wounded He was hospitalized ej le. T. Appear. us
and recommendations back to the meal-holds 40 lb. t
turkey
grove. 8nlomon
Hrucker, whose;
his I there. i.T.n'i
Pa. visiting parents
are
I III Post for action by the member Survivors Include four sisters: known residence and address Automatic Preheat Thermo- \ '\
S?'n Jill Washington. Avenue tat with "warm" position. .
Mr. '
Trummle
Williamson Dundee New
If. York.

I II LEGION NEEDS ANNEX BUILDING I ship.Ray Stone chairman of the ; Mrs. Vlrgie K. Yeagle Eau! I.O You for are Divorce hereby full notified that a New Oetlgn' .... Well Cooker -

I SO COMMITTEE IS APPOINTED Legion Dance Committee, made a Gallle; Mrs. Veanle Phillips Orlando Hot weather eating I is sure I minor child' and' ofh"custody relief has of For soups, stews pot roast,
.
I report on the Saturday nl&ht'dances ; and Mrs. Nlta Douglas, to be been tiled against you In etc. Also cooks pop corn with.
:' and expressed the feeling Gainesville. He also had two enjoyable when you the.. above named Court and out stirring! Big 6 quart size..' IOW W]
NEW
The program at the AmericanLegion's president: Charles Hardy treasurer dine on Rood food in the "Jon<" are required I 10 AT
that ,would be the serve
they most sue- brothers William Pearce Orlando of your
I regular meeting; Tuesday ; and John M. Godwin sec i cessful and L. P. Pearce Lulu. coo,. pleasant surroundings pleadIng! to the complaint answer on the or a PUlL 40 INCH RAMOf WIDTH True .tmokfitastier :: I
retary. The ioclatlon' voted to venture ever undertakenby Pll\ln.I'f'. bri I '"
night featured talks by Lloyd of Central Allnrn.y. Mamll.1 W. Oet. e HIOH SPuD .
..
Restaurant.Here SUIFACI
Rn, UNITS
the Post. .n. fl. 41l1ln"vlll.' .. ihnmw
.
Fl'
Grlder of Starke and Frank transfer the monies In Its treasury I and file with lew

Brown of Hampton. recent delegates to the Legion Post for a AI K. Carlisle Post Athletic Ledgers Journal, Record Boo.... you'll find your favorite .rileir oJ. original n' the Circuit In' the Court Office on of or the he. INTHVAl TIMHe Smoke. Hoot of

to the Legion-sponsored I Fund and stipulated BUlldln'1 Officer gave a report on the prog. Day Book, Time Books, etc. All foods prepared the otherwise the Ith tb.day allegations of A'igupt. U5I, Ar'iiANCI OuniT

In Tallahassee. These funds could be>> used only for the I lien and "'-Bradford ('omplaint will he of acid
Boy's State ress of the Junior Legion Base County way you like them. And f..e.d ky taken a. Con. /"
were selected by a acquisition of a suitable lot for Telegraph. best of all you. ,
young men -our prices are This notice shall. be
ball Team. Carlisle publl..h.d
stated that
faculty committee on the basis of building and for the construction always reasonable. once each. week for four eon.ectlve $239.95C.

I achievement and citizenship and of a building. It was pointed out the team had a game scheduled graph.Ttsted weeks. In the Br.dford County 1'.1.

were sent to the one-week, Boys' that while the Legion has no Intention for every day on up to the Tournament Drire-in to Central today this 8th day of July'. U51.

State all expenses paid by the of abandoning Its present Sunday excepted. 4 W.C.T.U. for a sandwich or a full OrrlC'tAL Cl.rk SEAL of the) A.Circuit J. Thomas.
Starke hall. It Is In need of a Legion By Cn"rt
American Legion and the The Post decided to move' 1U course dinner. Myrtle T. Dearer I1..p"r" Clerk
Ii"ALCOHOL ..
Rotary ClubFollowing Annex away from the present hall Tt: It 711T:

the Post meeting a where It can sponsor dances and I. next regular meeting up to Monday DOES NOT Am CENTRAL H. NASWORTHY
DI
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session of the Bradford County other entertainment. The Fair I night. July. 23 because of the GESTION: Noi'w.i TO AP.'R "
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Fair Association was called to Association Charter provides that opening, night of the District HINDERS!: IT". ACTUALLY Restaurant & Piertds I. CtreaIt, I.{'.-':':;":ltr.4I.., ,, C...t"".. General Supplies

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