Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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began this week on widening Temple Ave. when In Gun Battle With Police

the Bradford Engineering Co. began tearing down the old

.1' -- ._ steps and front porch to the old county jail as part of the

;- ; SCHOOL HELD AT MARKET I work in clearing the right-of-way. So far no other actual con. i Wounds Three Seriously Before ,Being

fOR struction has been started, but two private property owners Slain In Late Saturday Afternoon Rampage
I iners' Market was a flurry of activity Wednesday, Thurs- have accepted their bids and signed the necessary contracts. I, '

of l last week when approximately 30 veterans enrolled In Hollia V. Knight, county attorney .

farm training program moved In for the three-day tractor I said< that the only two the lowest bid. Solomon Milton, 'a 53 year old ex-convict on parole was

school pictured here working on their tractors are: left( property owners to accept their The commissioners, after discussing r killed in a gun battle with Starke policemen Saturday after

Ralph[ Saunders Cecil Leach (head hidden), A. C. Kiik,1 bids 10 far have been Jake Roberts the problem said that It ,N el'i' 11 tt hRM, noon after shooting patrolman Riley Sweat in the arm and

Grlffla and Markalee Starling. Standing on the platform and W. E. Thornton. Roberta Is would not be right and proper for seriously wounding Edward Morgan and Ella Mae Tucker

N D Kllgo: former instructor for the program, and C. R. the Dodge-Plymouth dealer and them to Interfere at this late hour both negroes. Chief of Police W E. Thornton said that Mil-
of the
taught the special course. Kllgo and his family left Wed- owner bid Firestone store andThornton's with the State Road Department R ,. T'f ton also shot twice at Constable Jim Silcox and twice at a
applied to his real-
Alabama where they will spend a few days with relatives dence. because their resolution asking little negro girl, but neither were hit.
to San Francisco. From there they will board shipIlipplnes for the right-of-way was in ,the 'f r ahn I ,Yr Both of the wounded negroes
g On Two of tile property owners appeared department's hands. The Board ....
where he will serve. an agricultural teacher asteacher's were taken to the Gainesville hospital of the other aide and took cover
before the Board of County agreed to to the State
exchange program carried on by the State De- Commissioners In their suggest where their condition was on the back porch with Sweat. Aa
e special Road Department that they
procoed described as serious but not critical the advanced on them, they
meeting Tuesday, however, and with acquiring the necessary Morgan was shot In the mouthand both negro shot at the negro twice be-
objected to the lowest bids made and that Its
right-of-way present
Tucker was hurt In the arm. fore he fell dead. An examinationof
Increased by the contractors in reference tc policy, of awarding contracts to the< Sweat was treated In Starke, his Milton's revealed one

issioners Okay{ Budget; their property. The property owners various low bidders, be carried'out arm having been broken by the cartridge left weapons in the pistol and
were R. A. Green, who owns with the "utmost dispatch" where-
19 shotgun shells in his pocket
two buildings, on the proposed ever the property owner gives the shot.Chief Thornton said that he received for the .410 shotgun he was
i Hospital Bill For Levy Hike right-of-way and E, T Shull. I right-of-way. And that condemnation a call about five o'clock carrying. gauge

Green told the Board that the be Instituted wherever nec- ; Saturday afternoon from a tele- ,
What caused Milton to run
contractor's bid was approximately essary. phone operator saying there was
berserk and begin the shooting
d-for decrease in the county's tax levy this year $10,000 low because of an error The Board urged all property "some sort of trouble In Reno"

ked out by the new hospital legislation passed at and asked that the Board,:I owners whose property Is required and she hadn't been able to con- spree However Is not Thornton definitely said that known.he

esflon of the legislature, a spokesman for the Board either call for new bids or accept for the right-of-way to executethe tact anyone In the sheriffs office believed the negro had been drinkIng .
announced the Board the Shull that I contracts that bid Thornton said that the
J 5 Commissioners Tuesday as highest one. said required so operator rather heavily and other,.reports -
E] its work of estimating receipts and expenditures the ,work on his property could not can be let and work started at the couldn't tell him exactly what the say that hla girl friend had

IfHcal I year 1951-52. be done for the amount stated In I: earliest possible time.. trouble was, but he took patrol- saved enough money to go to New
man Sweat, who was on duty at
BrJ'i levy was Increased York and they had argued over
last year to a total of (and the School Board a like LEGION JUNIOR BASEBALL the time, and went out to Investi whether or not she could leave.

' expenditures came a maximum of $10,000 each from they arrived, he said, a his duties for several weeks

d & Bridge fund which racing funds If the new hospitalbill DISTRICT TOURNAMENT TO BEGININ him negro that ran Milton up to then and told as the result of the broken arm
was In Howe
but he should littlef\ *
from $66,221.78 in lastget is approved In next year worry a
Barnes' house and that he'd already -
to iO,196.1S in the referendum. The bill providesthat now aa a result of 'the City Coun-

mate( Road & Bridge the first $80,000 in racing' STARKE NEXT .TUESDAY n_ __ ____ ,__ Constable shot Silcox a man, the and a woman said, cil's action Tuesday night. The
at raised from 4.3 In funds shall be divided between the had negro Council voted to make up the difference -
8 mills from 195152.: two Boards, and that all in excess PHOTOGRAPHED WIIERE HE FELL is Sol Milton who Thornton gone home after his gun. between what hla salary

in the Road of that amount shall into a fund staged a rip-roaring gun battle with police here Saturday related that he went would ordinarily be and the
the increase go Once again Starke Is coming Into Coach Herb Thomas and Manager up on the front porch of the Barnes
levy was due to'the fact for the purpose of building a pub- the spotlight as one of the Base Al K. Carlisle have been put- afternoon. Well armed, picture shows his shotgun at left of house aa Sweat walked on aroundto amount paid, him'each week byworkmen'

year this fund had a lic hospital at some future date. ball Cities of Florida with the ting the Starke Junior Club body and pistol at right. the back. However the compensation insure

ryover, while currently It was pointed out, however, American Legion Junior Baseball through a strenulous schelule for wasn't In the house aa had negro been ance.

ii wiped clean, with no that if this measure Is disapprovedby District Tournament for the Le the past two weeks In hopes that reported.but was standing In the Milton (or "Sol" as he WM

f an overage In the new voters In next spring's pri- gion's Fourth District set to beheld the team m'eht' be In condition for IT'S THE BIG YEAR'IN back. Evidently frightened by the known locally) had been sentenced .
on December IIJ, 1937 to deathIn
salaries of then the ear-marked funds will
creased mary, here Tuesday, Wednesdayand Tournament play next week. approach of Sweat Milton ran
crew and Increased revert to the two boards ,with a Thursday nights next week. The Starke Club was playing around to the front of the house the electric chair for the first,
degree murder of his
umber and other ma- resultant possible lowering of tax The winner of the, District three and four games a week up L CITY ELECTION and found Thornton on the front law wife. Margaret HayneJ common-inTallahas&e.

alio factors in Vie teas millage. Tournament will then meet the until July 9th at which time, It porch. .
However In December

explained.h Following are the minutejs of Championship team from the entered a-game-a-day schedule, Thornton said that he told the of 1940 the Board of Pardons

the Board received the meeting at which the tem- Legion's 3rd and 5th District for Sunday excepted. The game with Everything's quirt on the l surface, but the fact remain that negro twice tq "lay down that commuted his sentence to life Imprisonment .

race track funds dur- porary budget was received: the Area Tournament also to beheld Gainesville at Bradford Ball Park It's "the big year" on the City Election front. I'UIand come here. Actually the and he was officially
ftocal just closed (Continued on page eight) the nights of last Tuesday night was rained negro had twq but
year I I In Starke on This is the year when "everybody has to run," as contrastedwith guns the pistol received at Ralford the monthfollowing.
July 31, August 1st and 2nd. The out. Last, night (Thursday) the was in his pocket and the shot. ...
the "off when hls term of Im-
iiiJ. rr < r Tear year" only threemembers of the Council;:: During
)winner of the Area Tournament Starke Juniors played JacksonvilleBeach are chosen. 1 Sun _Was "UUhat, Thornton- could ,PtMonment\ Irv-RrTnrd' aocordlnx
will then ,journey to' Wauchula w' here and tonight they meet I. to
Superintendent) F.
) Edditur play against the winners of the Jax Post 88 here .at Bradford When Tuesday, Sept. 11, rolls around' voters will go to thepolls'and In answer to Thornton" command Milton had mad a good Chapman record! ,

other three Area Tournaments in Park. The Teaswill play Willis- elect: the negro lifted the shot- most of It, as a trusty. He aald,

the Department Tournament which ton there Saturday night at, 8 0'- One Mayor \ gun and fired across the porchat however that prior to the murder

!"Ii >Kreed Is set for the week of August 4th., cluck and then play Its final pre- One City Clerk Thornton's head. And before of his wife, Milton had been

The Department Tournament will tournament game with, Gaines One Chief of Polio Thornton reached cover on the arrested twice and In each casa
decide the State Championshipteam. ville at Harris Field next Mon- Two City Councllmen.'x porch, the negro fired at him with had been released
copies of the Telegraph sent us here at Ft. Mc- the
you shotgun
Last the Starke Junior day afternoon at 4 o'clock. So far there have been formal again, neither shot
year no for
the announcements any of He was released Son parole to
aU them of boys
TI./ with
: Will very nice pitchers hitting him. There followed
Both District and Area Tournaments
District an
both the -
Legion Team these posts. Incumbent. now holding the offices to be filled urn Mrs. J. M. Hembree a former
>rm an' little I'd like exchange of shots
two things ,
allHbut they'8-jus' one or and went will be double-elimination Thornton said,
In and Area Sept. 11 are: Mayor J. R. Wainwright, City Clerk Carl Johns", during which he found resident of Starke In Janurary of
the write had. that the
ge "up
you Tournament contests, meaning that each team
on to the Department Chief of Police W. E. Thornton, and Councilmen Wan. T. Jackson also 1948. Following his release he
st an' foremost, I might mention that headline saytn'l where It placed third. i must be defeated twice before elimination. '' negro had the pistol, a .38 worked
and p L. Bridges. Smith and Wesson at Jobs around the
l Like Hilla." Mr. Edditur, I'm Since four teams are Special
Now next Tues city and Just his
The opening game After the exchange previous
la' jua' where got that when 4th entering in the District this will of shots death
you night will begin was employed by Robert
day with Thornton
City rcKlitration books are now and will remain .Milton ran back
Hills Phooey promise local fans three nights of open oJM'nat
iree: ,of InfomaihunT Maybe Dist Commander Slgsbee Prince around the house Green at tho New Method Clean.ers .
double header and the city hall through Saturday, August II, for the toward Sweat
might regUtraIon -
i the first
like them hills las' week of Gainesville pitches In and seeing part o Sweat's aa a Janitor.
take the District Tournament ( of new voters. { body ,
""uy wuz still at a distance but ;. ball to Mayor J. R. Wainwright. protruding around a comer, fired Sheriff r. D. Reddish saM thatno
into fourth
over a night
point" has somewhat changed ,' '<. Other Legion Officials who plan point blank at his arm i Inquest will be held and that
r Tournamentare There are to be only the three 'Candidates must qualifY' with the city clerk on before '
District or
von account of them hills la I to attend the Thornton said that he then ran Milton's body was claimed by a
lot 'loser than they wua.w >..... } 1 Al J"\ + Sid Martin, Dial. Baseball Area District Tournament Champion and teams it In will the be August 21 In order to get their names printed- on the election to the back of the .houVo by way I brother who lives In Talatka.MAJOfrFORD .
,, Chairman; W. A (Bill) Hardaker, ballot
U'. funny how r
puny State Baseball Chairman, aid played off In three nights.
,"its can look from fur away r/ Carroll Department There will be a nominal admission -

v plain ornery they look when V- l Donald Commander K. I I to help defray expenses. ELDERLY MAN IS BRUTALLY BEATEN { MISSING

up,'Edditur em.Mr shore hit thethe 3 I Lyle Buck, recent Umpire-In-' Starke. The contestants for the W. J. Jordan, a 71 year old resIdent In the county Jail here charged
you -
.head when you said them / Chief of the Florida State League, Area Tournament are unknown of Bradford County for with assault with Intent to *
District and Area
I will umpire both since the various District Tournaments many years, was severely beaten murder .

.hill is "a constant source of I contests. H. A. Schubiger of New have not yet been played. Saturday night when he was assaulted According to the sheriffs office Tragedy unlike lightning, nomrtlincn' strikes t"IC'.ln. the
to the Bradford has been assigned same olaee.
County Smyrna Beach The local Junior Legion Team by four men in front of the It la reported that the four This week; Mrs. M. C. Ford, Jr..'
TM, sir -there tract a man In : to help umpire the Area Tournament la sponsored by the Andrews Mo
4""l\ i Pelican Club which his son own. men were waiting outside the club already once widowed by a
atilt' who don't constantly ::---.. tor Company of Starke in cooperation on the old Camp Blending highway to whip two men who were Inside training plane crash. In World WarII

r If he's gonna be able to make ;/ -.....- The Teams who will,participate with Jonea-Langford- He
"e next one. I never realUed,'* ? .- I In the District Tournament are White Post 58, The American General Hospital for treatmentbut dan started to leave and saw them band Major Marlin C. Ford, Jr.

what a great convenience'If laHI 'lJ OiaU, Wllllston Gainesville and Legion. has since been transferred tc standing around. He asked them has been reported missing since

e your dirt on the aame"level, like It la back home. a hospital In Jacksonville what they were doing out there his F-80 Jet plane was shot down

u 1 know I always hankered to see these red clay hills\ but The four men were Identified a. and after an exchange of words! by ground fire over Korea on 1

now' It's so blame dry an' dusty out here they's more clay FLASHES FROM McCLELLANFORT Sgt< Bud Austin, Jacksonville; the Jumped him and started beat July 14.

air than swallowed a two sailors from Green Cove Ing him about the head. The message. rame five ', -
they Is on the ground. I already .
0' their I shore Springs, John Zeird and Ellsworth The full extent of Jordan's] Injuries )'..a'm""t to the day, aft b
best hill-lets.
hill little
obody finds and one or two Is worse McCLELLAN, ALA., JULY Headquartera Company, 2nd C Rice; and one civilian; Earl are not yet known. However trr Mr. Ford the former 't.,.
out about real estate taxes
cause Austin a full-time employee at authorities Dorothy Faxon. .
wa notified
re Inf (the local unit) along with the other unit. of the 48th Bay that there
than 124th
they Is back home Bn the Klngsley Beach and a brother tc Is 'a possibility tof a fracture that her flnt husband Lt. J.
at Fort McClellan for
their base at Camp
!II' folks say Ft. McClellan's gonna be a Wac camp some Infantry Division left the sergeant. All of the servicemen skull, a definite concussion and T. llubner haul been klllod In
t I don't take aln't a gal alive manuever area about 31 miles from camp and well up In the hills worked the crash of
much stock In that. They at Klngsley Beachon Jordan la complaining of a back a training plane
stand fer this here red dust gettln mixed up In her make- early Monday morning and have been In mock battle through Thursday the weekends and all four are Injury.All In a wooded area near Grt-rna-. '

unm nUonable.. Why It'd cost the govmint a million. morning. four of the assailants. will boro N. C.

Mato do over aU them ruined permanents In one week. The Guardsmen; are living in the field under battle conditions and be tried In the Circuit Court hereIn In Ms letter of confirmation, received .
, I can't see no Wac camp here. are more than ready to return to their quarter. In Fort McClellan What Would Starke, but no date has been by Mrs. Ford Wednesday f.
set for the-trisl Department of the Air Force
Other day one of our officers, Lt. Mack Futch, managed and then to Starke and home. yet. said: "Our .
report stated that Major
.. .
sage a dust mask from a tank company and was feella The Guardsmen are living In "pup" tents (from Monday thru YOU DO Ford was the pilot of an F-80

toad' over his luck when Just about that time his Jeep Thursday) and eating "C" rations half the time and field rations the Cpl. Monroe Griffis type aircraft on a bombing mission

rot a eye fulla dust and blame near drove off the moun- other. Bathing facilities consist of a small creek about two feet deep Home From Korea; over Korea. During this mission

V.H Lt. Futch he real quick Uke handed his dust mask running down the side of one of the hills (If the soldiers can find If the doctor told your husband's plane was appar- WAS JET PILOT

to the driver sayln' he guess he'd druther swallow dust time to use the creek.) you to quit work Was JVlth 1st Cavalry ently hit by enemy ground fire .
longer and go fishing and was seen to crash. Flynn Stark.
, ', than run the risk of klssln' it forever. The enemy for the mock battle consists of an aggressor force of Corporal Monroe Grlffls, the Ald..e RegularThe residents for many

or Toil know, Mr. Edditur. life Is shore a funny thing. several hundred soldiers dressed In green uniforms and speaking a I son. of Mr. and Mrs Leonard Grlffls 29-year-old Jet yore
pilot the
IIa f Hers wui Jus' congratulatln' ourselves on beta'from foreign language. The 124 Inf has been In a defensive position dur- of Starke, Is home on a 30-day executive officer of the famed The ,Fords. have two children -

open home a little while so we wouldn't have to read the Ing Monday and Tuesday with one withdrawal and Wednesday and READ HOWOne furlough after serving with the 49th fighter-bomber wing and Suzanne, t, and France,

I ibv tulla Fuller every day and_danged If be don't go Thursday the U4th Inf. Regiment will Join the other two Regimentsof First Cavalry Division for one :group and been In Korea for only 10 months. Major Ford left

are right on out beret i the Division In an assault attack running through Thursday nluht! man solved year In Korea. 10 months. An Alrforce regular for Korea five days before

4 wbay' mornln' WI marched three long mllea to the parade The training has been very good for the riflemen, communication this problem and Grlffla enlisted In the Army Ir he enlisted eight years ago, serv- the birth of hit youngest child
"> stood two hours llstenln' to Fuller In battle 1948 and served *t various tram- log in various capacities at a num-
in the blazin' sun supply and machine gun men hiving to operate is living longer and never saw her.
bat In "'United ber
Ing camp. the States of different airfields
good ao'Jurt we wuz. And if that wuzn't: enuf, what conditions However tired, dirty and unshaven the men are and looking alt over
I' throw la' like before being shipped to Korea. the IT. 8. before his marriage. He
, \ fer good measure but Gov-aur Gene Talmadgetonal more than ready to hit the road for home after a tough week. younger by following He has been In every major and Mrs. Ford bad lived at Shaw Marine RecruiterTo
-nlty who" then I flggered the "luckiest guy in camp wua The Guardsmen will have Friday for rest and pay prior to leaving the doctor campaign undertaken by the Field. S. C. from the time of their Be Here July 25

I eatlq': ice come down with 'Pendicitisi the first day and. for home Saturday afternoon. They are scheduled: to arYlve orders. famous First Cavalry and been marriage until he received orders

"' iiV cream sodas *"' talkia' to puny nurses la the In Starke at 10:00: o'clock Sunday morning. wounded twice. He U the poases- to Korea. At that time bfl held Master Sgt. Harold Doan Marine .

, ,; ever '>nce. Rome guys gin all the breaks. been few members with coldsas nor of two Purple Hearts, and the the rank of Captain and was not
have a
Well recruiter
will be
OUr troubles H about over now an' well be leavia' The only Injuries or ON PAGE 12 United Nations Korean Ribbon. promoted until he had served for at the post
"n, 8aturday. this danged a result of sleeping 'on the ground after a hot days work and a four months there. office In Starke on Wednesday
1 you folk Sunday-If alt
* .
m.' "Illy eyes by then t few'members have had a tooth pulled while at camp.A of this Issue Recent Birth Major Ford was a native of July 29, from 10 a.m. to S p.mto

I Yrs trooly. Urge number of the local guardsmen reported having spent an 'I'Jacksonville, but had spent many accept applications, for enlistment

Pvt. Awl Fould Vppa enjoyable weekend In Birmingham Ala. and Atlanta, Ca. of The Telegraph Mr. and Mrs J. Harold Eunice summer her. and at Klagsley la the Marines All Interested

Hq. Co., 2d Bo., 124 Inf. The most used remark"is "One good thug about camp Is that we announce the birth of a daughter, Lake visiting relatives.. He ... the young men may contact him here

Ft. McClellan, Alabama. learn to appreciate home. Constance Fayette on July 8 la St. 'I .nephew of George B. and< Elliott: at that time.L .

Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville.



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Official County Publication Established In 1819I



START MADE MOVING BUILDINGS + '-; Negro Parolee Killed

t .? : FROM U. S. 301 RIGHT-OF-WAY !

1' Work began this week on widening Temple Ave. when_ In Gun Battle With Police

_ the Bradford Engineering Co. began tearing down the old

1t'' steps and front porch to the old county jail as part of the
''' ,- s HELD AT MARKET work in clearing the right-of-way. So far, no other actual con- Wounds Three Seriously Before Being

fOR SCHOOL struction has been started but two private property owners Slain In Late Saturday Afternoon Rampage

I,afn' Market was a flurry of activity Wednesday. Thursof have accepted their bids and signed the necessary. contracts.

week enrolled in Hollia V. Knight, county at.

ISHt roeampmoovedforthetthr a-day tractor torney said that the only two the lowest bid. Solomon Milton, 'a 53 year old ex-convict on parole was
training p I '
arm school Pictured here working on their tractors are: (left property owner to accept their The commissioners, after discussing killed in a gun battle with Starke policemen Saturday after.noon .

e Saunders Cecil Leach (head hidden), A. C. KlikTl bids so far have been Jake Roberts the problem, said that It after shooting patrolman Riley Sweat in the arm and

alph and Markalee Starling. Standing on the platform and W. E. Thornton. Roberts la would not be right and proper for seriously wounding; Edward Morgan and Ella Mae Tucker,

,I Grlffia former Instructor for the program, and C. R. the Dodge-Plymouth dealer and them to Interfere at this late hour both negroes. Chief of Police W. E. Thornton said that Mil!.

iND Itaught. the Kllgo special course. Kllgo and his family left Wed- : owner of the bid Firestone store andThornton'a with the State Road Department 1yh ton also shot twice at Constable Jim Silcox and twice at a
to his resi
where they will spend a few days with relativesg dence. because their resolution asking t little negro girl, but neither were hit.
I Alabama]
Francisco. From there they will board ship for the right-of-way was In .the Both of the wounded negroes.
on to agricultural teacher Two of the property owner. appeared department' hands The Board were taken to the Gainesville hos of the other aide and took coveron
he will serve aa an
Jlllpplnea where before the Board of County agreed to suggest to the State pltal where their condition was the back porch with Sweat. Aa.
carried the State De-
teacher's exchange program on by Commissioners In their special Road Department that they pro- described as serious but not critical. the negro advanced on them they

meeting Tuesday however, and ceed with acquiring the necessary r.n ,, e ,e Morgan was shot in the mouth both shot at the negro twice before
objected to the lowest bids made right-of-way and that Its present and Tucker was hurt In the arm. he fell dead. An examinationof

by the contractors In reference tc policy of awarding contracts to tile Sweat was treated In Starke, his Milton'a weapons revealed one

issioners Okay Increased Budget; their property. The property owners various low bidders, be curled'opt r 1 e! arm having; been broken by the cartridge left In the pistol and

were R. A. Green, who owns! with the "utmost dispatch" where- 19 shotgun shells in his pocketfor
& *"
two buildings, on the proposed ever the property owner gives the ? -*. jK' ** .r xf shot.Chief Thornton said that he received the .410 gauge shotgun he was

Hospital Bill For Levy Hike right-of-way, and E. T Snull. right-of-way. And that condemnation ; r., Xt ,, A"ed tJrk a call about five o'clock carrying.

Green told the Board that the be instituted wherever necessary f Saturday afternoon from a telephone What caused Milton to run

contractor's bid was approximately operator saying there was berserk and begin the shooting:
ed-for decrease in the county's tax levy this year $10,000 low because of an er The Board urged all property "some aort of trouble in Reno" spree Is not definitely known.

iked out by the new hospital legislation passed at ror and asked that the Board owners whose property Is requiredfor L. eSssssssWTjl .' iWc and she hadn't been able to con- However, Thornton said that he

l'ssion of the legislature, a spokesman for the Board either call for new bids or accept the right-of-way to execute tact anyone In the sheriff office. believed the negro had been drinkIng -

Commissioners announced Tuesday as the Boardits the highest one. Shull said that tha required contracts so that bids Thornton said that the operator rather heavily and othe"....

work of estimating receipts and expenditures the work on his property could not can be let and work started at the couldn't tell him exactly what the ports say that his girl friend had

Leal 1951-52. be, done for the amount stated inj i i earliest possible time.. I trouble was but he took patrol- saved enough money to go to New
vear man Sweat, who was on duty at and had
; increased m York they argued over
Jrd't iey was the time, and went out to investi
I last year to a total ofcame (and the School Board a like LEGION JUNIOR BASEBALL I whether or not she could leave.
boost both will be limited tc gate.When Sweat will not be able to resume
1951-52.: Major ),
fur I they arrived he said a
his duties for several weeksas
feed expenditures a maximum of 940,000 each fromraclnll' negro ran up to them and told the result of the broken arm,
Id & Bridge fund which funds If the new hospital DISTRICT TOURNAMENT TO BEGININ him that Milton was In Howe but he should worry a little less
I $66,221.78 in last bill Is approved In next year'
from I Dames' house and that he'd already now aa a result of the City Coun
bet to $70,198.16 in the referendum. The bill providesthat shot a man and
a woman cil's action Tuesday night. The
Inmate. Road A Bridge I, the first 180,000 In racing I STARKE NEXT TUESDAY i: ,_.ora.; h__;; nI Constable Sllcox. the negro aald, Council voted to make up the difference
from 4.3 in funds shall be divided between the
raised had gone home after his
}PHOTOGRAPHED gun. between what hla salary
is sol Milton who
J 8 mills from 1931-52. two Boards, and that all in excess Thornton related that he went
would ordinarily be) and the
f the Increase in the Road of that amount shall go Into a fund Once again Starke Is coming Into Coach Herb Thomas and Manager staged a rip-roaring; gun battle with police here Saturday up on the front porch of the Barnes ,amount paid him'each week by

|evy was due to'the fact for the purpose of building a pub- the spotlight as one of the Base Al K. Carlisle have been put- afternoon. Well armed picture shows his shotgun at left of house aa Sweat walked on aroundto ,workmen' compensation Insur

iyear this fund had a lic hospital at some future date. ball Cities 'of Florida with the ting the Starke Junior Club body and pistol at right. tile back. However the negro '

ryover, while currently It was pointed out, however, American Legion Junior Baseball through a strenulous schelule for waant. in the house a* had been ance.Milton (or "Sol" as he was

||i8 wiped clean, with no that if this measure Is disapprovedby District Tournament for the Legion's the past two weeks in hopes that reported, but waa standing In the known locally) had been sentenced .

[ an overage in the new voters in next spring's primary Fourth District set to beheld the team m' :rht be In condition for IT'S THE BIG YEAR'INCITYEECTION back. Evidently frightened by the on December 13. 1037 to deathIn

creased salaries of the the ear-marked funds will here Tuesday, Wednesday Tournament play next week. approach of Sweat. Milton ran the electric chair for the first

u crew and Increased revert to the two boards ,with a and Thursday nights next week. The Starke Club was playing around to the front of the house degree murder of his common-

mbar and other ma- resultant possible lowering of tax The winner of the, District three and four games a week up L and found Thornton on tho front law wife Margaret. HayneS laTallahaasee.

I also factors in tare inku millage. Tournament will then meet the until July 9th at which timer. it porch. However In December
explained. Following are the minute of I Championship team from the entered a-game-a-day schedule Thornton said that h* told the of 1940 the Board of Pardons

Jh the Board received the meeting at which the temporary I Legion's 3rd and 5th District for Sunday excepted. The game with Everything's< quirt on the t surface, but the fact remain that negro twice to "lay down that commuted his sentence to life Imprisonment .

I nee track funds dur- budget was' received: 'the Area Tournament, also to beheld Gainesville at Bradford Ball Park It's "the big year" on the City Election front. gun, and come here. Actually the and he was officially

fiscal! year just closed Continued on. page eight) I i in Starke on the night. of last Tuesday night was rained This Is the year when "everybody has to run," as contrasted negro had two guns but the pistol received at Raiford the mORthfollowllI.

"4 I July 31, August 1st and 2nd. The out. Last night (Thursday) the ,with the "off year' when only three' members of the Council was In his pocket and the shotgun .. During;; htv'term of 1m-
Jacksonville. .. ,was ,,.1,1, ..that Thorn Ulil ould
I winner of the Area Tournament Starke Juniors played ors w' "* '- iytiionmetit 1".R4'dOrd. aoeflrdlnj
I j .
will then journey td' Wauchula t: When 11 rolls around voters will to thepons" In
Tuesday Sept. go answer to Thornton".
Edditur play against the winners of the Jax Post 88 here at Bradford com- Milton had mad a good rec0l'4most ,
ear I' other three Area Tournaments In Park. The Team, will play Willis- and elect: mand, the negro lifted the shotgun of It,as a trusty.. Ha said

: the Department Tournament which ton there Saturday night ,at 8 o'- One Mayor and fired across the porchat however, that prior to the mur-
clock and then its final! One City Clerk x Thornton's head. And before der of his wife Milton had been
M >* aFrecd i la set for the week of August Oth. : play pre. s Thornton
The Department Tournament will tournament game with. Gainesville One Chief of Police reached cover on the arrested twice and In each casa
decide the State Championship at Harris Field next Monday Two City Councilmen N porch. the negro fired at him with had been released.
copies of the Telegraph you'lIent us here at Ft. Mc- the shotgun again, neither shot
team. Last year the Starke Junior afternoon at 4 o'clock. So far there have been no formal announcements for any of He was released ,on parole to
all them pitchers of the boysrm hitting; him. There followed
TI y wui very nice with an
both the District Both District and Area Tournaments Mrs. J. M. Herabree former
took ,
Legion Team these posts. Incumbents now holding the offices to be filled u>n exchange of shots a
an' allhbut they' jus' one or two llttla things I'd like and wenton will be double-elimination Thornton said resident of Starke, In of
and Area Contest Janurary
11 J.
Sept. are: Mayor R. Wainwright City Clerk Carl Johns during which he'found that the
ge in the writeupyou had. contests, that each team 1948. relase
Tournament meaning his he
to the Department Chief of Police W. E. Thornton, and Councilmen Wm. T. Jack negro also !had the pistol a .33 ;
it t an' foremost I might mention that headline aayln'limen where it placed third. must be defeated twice before ellmlnation. Smith worked at odd Job around the
son and P. L. Bridges. and Wesson Special
Like Alabama Hills. Now, Mr. Edditur, I'm The opening game next Tues- Since four teams are e e After the exchange of shots city and Just previous to his
in' jus' where you got thatlece will when 4th entering In the District, this will with death WAil employed by Robert
begin Thornton.Mllton
I : of InfomaahunT :Maybe Hills Phooey! day Diet night Commander Slgsbee Princeof promise local fans three nights 01 City reglnt ration bonk am now open" and will remain openat around the house toward ran Sweat back Green at the New Method Clean
the city hall through Saturday, August II, for the
double header and might ers as a janitor.
it I like them hills las' week. ht. Gainesville pitches in the first games and seeingpart o( Sweat' body.
possibly take the District Tournament Ion of new voters. Sheriff P. D. Reddish said thatno
'ley wuz stilt at a distance., but ;. bull to Mayor J. R. Wainwright e protruding; around \ corner fired
vpolnt has somewhat changed Other Legion Officials who planto over into a fourth night % point blank at hla arm. Inquest will be held and thatMilton'

,. on account of them hills is ; a- tr\ I' attend the District Tournamentare I There are to be only the three Candidates must qualify- with the city clerk on or before Thornton said that "lie then ran body was claimed by a

::,". Sid Martin, Diet. Baseball District Champion teams in the August 21 In order to get their names printed on the election to the back of the houYi by way brother who lives In Palatka.
lot loser than they wuz. / I and It will be -
) Area Tournament
"":' C Chairman; W. A, (Bill) Hnrdaker, ballot. .
|!now It's funny how purty played off In three nights. "
Chairman, aid
\ State Baseball
line can look from fur away v' There will be a nominal admission
Donald K. Carroll Department I MAJOR FORD MISSING
plain ornery they look when Commander. j to help defray expenses. ELDERLY MAN IS BRUTALLY BEATEN \

: Mr.up em.Edditur __ c.- Lyle Buck, recent Umpire-In-i Starke. The contestants for the W. J. Jordan, a 71 year old In the county Jail here charged I
shore hit the real
you. I Chief of the Florida State League, Area Tournament are unknown ident of Bradford County with assault with intent to M 4F rE a1 4s

the head when you said them I I will umpire both District and Ares 1 since the various District Tourna- many years, was severely beaten ,, murder

hills .Is 'a constant source ofr 7 I contests. H. A. Schublger of New I ments have not yet been played. when he Tragedy unlike ..
Saturday night was assaulted According to the sheriff's office lightning, M metliiie'' utrlkes tnlr. .ln the aania place.
to the Bradford County Smyrna Beach has been assignedto The local Junior Legion Team by four men in front of the It Is reported that the four This week, Mrs. M. C. Ford, Jr. '

Yes, sir -there ain't a man In \ help umpire the Area Tourna- la sponsored by the Andrews Motor Pelican Club which his son own men were waiting; outside the club already once widowed by a

itt.t: who( don't constantly I ment. Company of Starke In cooperation on the old Camp Blending highway to whip two men who were Inside i training plane crash. in World Warn

r If he's gonna be able to make ;/- __- The Teams who will participateIn with Jones-Langford- He was taken to Alachua with their dates. However Jordan received word that her' hus,

the next one. I never realized t.: L.-. the District Tournament are White Post 56. The American General Hospital for treatment started to leave and saw them band. Major Marlin C. Ford, Jr

what a great convenlence'lr 'tle Ocala VVlilUton, Gainesville and Legion. but has since been transferred tc standing around. He asked them ; has been reported missing since

all your dirt on the same level, like It ls back home a hospital In Jacksonville. what they were doing out there his F-80 Jet plane waa shot down "' "tndr

a I i know I always hankered to ace these red clay hills but The four men were Identified af and after an exchange of words by ground fire over Korea on
McCLELLANFORT F.gt Bud Austin, Jacksonville; the Jumped him and started beat- July 14. i
now It's 90 blame dry an' dusty out here the, more clay FLASHES FROM
two sailors from Green Cove Ing him about the head. The mmmacw came five
than la I already swallowed ao'
they on the ground. Springs, John Zeird and Ellswortti! The full extent of Jordan' Injuries years' almost to the day af. r

their best hills and one or two little hill-lets. I shore 2nd C. Rice; and one civilian; Earl are not yet known. However bar M.... Ford the former

"re than they Is back home. Bn 124th ):nf, (the local unit) along with the other units of the Kingsley Beach and a brother tc la a possibility lot a fractured that her first husband Lt. J. 4

folks say Ft. McClellan's gonna be a Wac camp some Infantry Division left their base, at Camp at Fort McClellan for the the sergeant. All of the service skull, a definite concussion and T. Hubner hd been killed lathe 7rl ,

"t!t I don't take much stock In that. They ain't a gal alive manuever area about 31 miles from camp and well up In the hill men worked at Kingsley Beachon Jordan is complaining; of a back crash of a training plane

stand ter this here red dust gettln' mixed up In her make- early Monday: morning and have been In mock battle through Thurs- the weekends and all four are Injury. In a wooded area near. Greensboro '

unmentionables Why It'" cost the govmint a million. day morning. All four of the assailants will N. C.
IW conditions and be tried In the Circuit Court hereIn In his letter of confirmation received -
to do over all them ruined permanent In one week. The Guardamen are living In the field under battle r ,
I can't see return to their quarters In Fort McClellan What Would Starke. but no data has been by Mrs. Ford Wednesday,
no Wac here. than ready to
camp are more the
set for the"trial yet. Department of the Air Force
e other day one of our offtcen. Lt Mack Fetch managed and then to Starke and home. said: "Our report stated that MaJor -

Cage a dust mask from a tank company and was feelia The Guardsmen are living In "pup" tents (from Monday thru YOU DOIf Ford was the pilot of an F-80
Cpl. Monroe Griffis
food over his luck when Just about that time his Jeep Thursday) and eating "C" rations half the time and field rations the type aircraft on a bombing mission

tot a eye lulls dust and blame[ near drove off the moun- other. Bathing facilities consist of a small creek about two feet deep Home From Korea; over Korea. During; this mission
Well the doctor told WAS JET PILOT: _
Lt. Futch he real quick like handed hi* dust mask down the side of one of the hills. (If the soldiers can find your husband's plane was appar-
running to work 'Was {With 1st .
0 the driver sayln' he he'd druther swallow dust you quit Cavalry ently hit by enemy ground fire
longer guess time to use the creek.) and go fishing? and waa seen to crash." Flynn. Stark resident for many
than run the risk of klssln' It forever. battle consists of an aggressor force of
'I 4 The enemy for the mock Corporal Monroe Griffla. the Alrforre RegularThe year
you know, Mr. Edditur, life Is shore a funny thing.: several hundred soldiers dressed In green uniforms and speaking a son of Mr. and Mr. Leonard Orlffle 29-year-old Jt pilot waa the
of t us The Ford. have two children
fellers wua Jus' congratulatln" ourselves on beta'from language. The 124 Inf has been In a defensive position during of Starke Is horn on a 30-day executive officer of the famed

home a little whit so we wouldn't have to read the foreign and Tuesday with one withdrawal and Wednesday and READ HOWOne furlough after serving with the 49th fighter-bomber wing and Suzanne, 2, and France.
Monday .
I iw ap"n' tune Fuller every day, nA-dans". (* If he don't Thursday the 124th Inf. Regiment will Join the other two Regimentsof First Cavalry Division for one /group and been in Korea for only 10>> month Major Ford left

Ua right on out here! Thursday nlnht year In Korea. 10 months.. An Alrforc regularhe for Korea five day before
through solved
the Division In an assault attack running; man
'ubay nornln' we marched three long.miles to the parade has been very good for the riflemen communication this problem and Oriffla enlisted In the Army Ir enlisted eight years ago. serving the birth( his yoiingent child
1. training
a The 1948 and served at various In
stood training various capacities at a number
two hours llstenln to Fuller battle and never saw her.
in the blaain' sun machine men having; to operate In Is livinglonger
and gun
Whet!\ good i personnel supply camps la the United States of different airfields all over
ao'jun we w at. And If that wuzn't enuf, what However, tired dirty and unshaven the men are and looking
before the U. S. before
T throw l In like conditions. being shipped to Korea. his marriage. He
'ha' fer good measure but Oov'nur Cn Talmadge more than ready to hit the road for home after a tough week. younger by follow He has been In every major and Mrs. Ford bad lived at Shaw Marine RecruiterTo

J mil, who Right then I flKered the -luckiest guy In camp WWI The Guardsmen will have Friday for rest and pay prior to leaving ing the dodo!"'. campaign undertaken by the Field. S. C. from the time of their Be Here July 25

..Un, Ice come down with 'pendlcitij the first day and's for home Saturday afternoon. They are scheduled to strive orders. < famous First Cavalry and been marriage until he received ordersto

cream soda an' talklu to purty nurses In the o'clock Sunday morning. wounded twice. lie la the porn.ser ...- Korea. At that time he held Master Sgt. Harold Dose Marine
'Pit"t 10:00
ever since. Some got all the breaks. In Starke at : of two Purple Heart, and the the rank of Captain and was not I
few member with colds recruiter will be at the post
well' our the only Injuries or easualtle. have been a United Nation promoted until he had served for
troubles Is be leavla' Koreas Ribbon.
about an' well ON .
over now PAGE 12
?,, 8aturdsy result of sleeping on the ground after a hot days work snd a Four months there. I' office In Stark Wednesday,,
See a
danl'edIII as
you folk Sunday-If I git this
""ta eyes *by then. t few'member* have had a tooth pulled while at camp. of this! Issue Recent Birth Major Ford was a native of,' July 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to

Yrs trooly. I A large number of the local guardsmen reported having spent an Jacksonville, but had spent many accept applications enlistment

Pvt. Awl Fould Uppe I enjoyable weekend In Birmingham. Ala. and Atlanta Ga. of The Telegraph Mr. and Mr*. J. Harold Eunice summers' here and at Klagaley la the Marines. All Interested

Hq. Co.. 2d Bn., 124 lof. I I The moat used remark la "On good thing about camp I.I that we announce the birth of a daughter< Lake visiting. relative He U the young men may contact him her

Ft. McOellan. Alabama learn to appreciate home." Constance F ay.tt.. on July 8 in St. .ephw of George B. and Elliott at that Ume.f .

Luke' Hospital. Jacksonville.


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: : .'I PAGE TWO Jacksonville were weekend vlsltori home by her sister Mrs. Nora the w.k nd
Jacksonville were weekend guests Smith of Macon.
I of the B. M. McRaes. I relative Kr ?
County TelegraphESTABLISHED The Life And Times BROOKER of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mr and Mrs. H. J. Conner and Miss Gwendolyn McRae spent nee and son of Jtc
Bradford Green.
; Of New River Folks Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry and brother. Harold of
Mr.*. E, J. Lewis" Deese of are visiting relatives here.
.74 E.: MATTHEWS. OWNMBDITOKFuhlislied Wanda

v -- By Jeiwtle' le Lawmby Birthday Party granddaughter Santa Jacksonville Fe, spent with the Mr.weekend and Mrs.In home Mrs after W. E.a visit Hall with has returned relative: I IT II I ALVAREZ' STORE Estabtish

Mrs. L. A. Mott honored her I 1 In Georgia. She was accompanied
Second Frolic
Every anti Entered as on J. R. Crews. ..
to Dem- Jackie, her ninth of Jacksonville .... ,
Clas Matter at Office at Starke. Fla. The Ceo Werres went daughter, on Sirs Vida Harvey
ory Hill to visit with Alvle's birthday anniversary Friday afternoon is spending this week with '+."...''''.._'' "'."
FrldaY@ brother Ted Hall. They went to go I July 13. The porch and Mrs. T W. Markey.Mr. \ /I/lIIIHII///II/JJ/l/ ii.
1951 fishing but due to rainy weather living room wets: beautifully dec. and Mrs. M. M. Gano and \ .
they only picnicked at Ted's homo '1 orated with balloons and flowers little daughter of St. Augustine
$2.60: 91.50 For Six: Month Some of the children fished and 1 I Twenty children were present were weekend guests of Mr. and
Subscription went crabbing, Mrs. Werre went I to enjoy the occasion with Jackie Mrs. R. F. Gano.
by Lake City and took her daughter ) and she received many lovely gifts Mr and Mrs. Leslie Green and

The "Crime" of William OatisWe Carol and son. Douglas' with After a number of games, the children and Pat Plummer of Eau r 'Ollif
them. Carol end Rose Nell Hall, beautifully decorated birthday Gallie are spending two weeks'
have never been guilty of grabbing a soap box to start Mrs. Werres' sister returned fora I cake was cut and served with Ice vacation at Brooklyn Lake.

orating about "freedom of the press" at the drop of a hat or two-week visit. cream., Mrs. T. W. Markey spent part

on the slightest provocation. The Roy Tomllnsons and Hubert Creu s-TompklM of last week with Mr. and Mrs. B e.ar BrostAAZuu.
Indeed it has often seemed to us, that perhaps some sec- Rouses stayed home and I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of K. Dukes at Dukes. i

tions of our press have abused this privilege, upon occasion. cropped a barn full of tobacco.M. I Jacksonville announce the mar- Little Jane Volllnweider of Way .
or at least have let this precious right be administered by L. Johns and family and the raige of their daughter. Margie cross Ga. spent the weekend with % _-
careless and irresponsible minds obviously not deserving to Ethan Sapp family enjoyed a Sue to C. W. Tompkins of Mayc Jean EndlcoM.
wade and swim In Sampson, on June 30. Mrs. Joyce Cartlln/ and children WeReserve the Prices Good
with its responsibilities.But 152 Call Sheet
, i be entrusted grave the lake Is so The double ring ceremony was of her
Lake. I
it would not do to start They say of Starke were guests
is to see why f to Limit I
even so. it easy of being entrusted shallow that you almost wade I performed by Rev. Earl Willis. mother, Mrs. C. L. Atkinson last Right SI k Florida SaturdarQuantities
not worthy ar 8 '
''w saying who was and was tQ half across before you find It deep, pastor of the Brooker Baptist Saturday night Juy2lst!
with freedom of the press for that would open the way enough to bathe. They had water- Church at the home of the bride' Mr. and .trs. D. O. Volllnweider
dictatorial curbs and restrictions and in the end might result melon and supper. Lou was klnda I I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W, and children of Waycross Ga.

' in a worse evil than the one it sought to correct. sore later from trying to be I Barry. were weekend guests of Mrs. T. "\V Jack Spratt Smoked Center Slices,]ll llH
But when an incident occurs such as the conviction in Miss Muscle Man", tossing a big I I Immediately after the ceremony Markey.Mr. Butt Whole
Czechoslovakia recently of William N. Oatte, American citizen Stone Mountain watermelon back i I a reception ,was held. The living and Mrs. Reed Lewis of 39C EHndockIb 29C lbr
: and Associated Press correspondent on trumped-up chargesof and forth for a beach ball. I room of the Barry home war Starke were Sunday guests of Mr. am SEnd, Ib Half, 5

"spying out state secrets", it is time for every freedom- Imagine! beautifully decorated with basket and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Monday
'': '' throughout the world to take up the chal- Minnie Johns and children. Nan I of flowers. In the dining room morning. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs.
,I loving newspaper the Iron Curtain countries that have Moody, Ralph Merrill, Miss Ida the table was covered with a laceI Atkinson accompanied Mr. Lewisto Boston Butt
' lenge and denounce even remotely resembling a free Merritt, Joe and Nettle Moody,I i I cloth and centered with a beautiful Trenton ,where he Is employed. SMOKED
totally destroyed anything Morris Brannen Margie and Fel. wedding cake, which was cut E. M. Lewis and
I :Mr. and Mrs.
they are trying
press within their borders. Now, it appears, ton Moody, Bill and Marie Banks,by the bride and groom and served daughter vlsit'!d Mr. and Mrs. D.I) Pork Roast
& ; to make certain that no news concerning them except aid Cecil Gibson took supper out with punch. I A. Cook at Fernandina last Sun-
"official" government handouts, reaches the rest of the world. to Sampson Lake. They swam a-I Assisting In serving were Mrs day. j BACON
So far as can be ascertained Oatis"'crime" consisted round then they came out and J. E. Hardy of Starke and Mrs
trying to do his job properly. lIe did what every good re made Ice cream and enjoyed' sup Myra Osborn of Jacksonville.Out I We are sorry to hear that little Makes A Delicious
of Mr.
in free country does every day-that is, he of town guests Included Mr Regina Harrell, daughter i| Sandwich with
porter every fell and, 4
Harrell Ib
sought out and reported the news. As is customary with per.The Reddish Andrews family and Mrs. Edgar Ezell of Winter and :Mrs. Guy bone. 1 SQUARES LB.31C "DIXIE DARLING"
collar j
'Haven Mrs. Hazel Anne Gardener broke her Bread!
service, his superiors in the AP organization gave spent the day on Sampson. They
} every him assignments press and he did his best to carry them out. I went early and met Cleo's mother of Pensacola, Joe Martin, Clarence Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas of
unusual and none of them I Mrs. Della Thamaa, and Uncle Ezell Miss Tiny Mae Hlndon, Mrs Lake City attended the funeral
assignments were in no way ( I
These in Gus Wynn of Starke for an all- Geraldine Hadon, Mrs. Myra Os- I last Wednesday of Mrs. Vida Mae
could be considered "spying" as that word is understood day fishing. ,' born, Mrs. Edith Jones and son .. Carlton at Dedan and visited Mr.
the Western world. But in the Communist world "spying"means I Eustace, C rt., Joe and Helen/ Cliff all of Jacksonville. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis MarGoldCol.

anything which displeases the heads of state. The Kelley went to Hampton Lake and I I Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins are :lift and Mrs. O. R Parrish of' .! Qtrs. MARGARINE Lb 23
i laws are m> drawn that anyone, citizen or foreigner can be had supper with the Gerald Ad. i making their home la Jacksonville .Auburndale and Mrs. Bernice and I'
severely punished for saying and writing things which klns family.We i I where they are both employed. Arthur Moody of Penney Farms
wouldn't cause an eyebrow to be lifted elsewhere.The went out to Hampton too Study pourer In Program visited here recently.
Oatis ordeal followed the usual pattern. lIe was held and ate supper with the Gurney : Lloyd Carnell of Stetson UnlI IB I
incommunicado for 70 days. He was not allowed to contacthis Crews family. I I I varsity State Training Union South Carolina Elberta Stokely'a Finest Cramp

friends or American officials. The State Department has I Secber and Buelah Mae Moody II I' Worker, Is here this week teachIng LEVELBy
formally charged that his so-called confession was preparedby I and kiddies enjoyed the big'' TU Study Course at the PINE PEACHESQ JUICE46oz

the Czech secret police and that he rehearsed !it under Humphreys Gold picnic. j Brooker Baptist Church. Attendance
Mrs. Jessie Andrews of Jacksonville has been good :Mrs. II. M. McRae
police direction. This confession the State Departmentadded '

was only "the admission! of an American reporter Mana Wiggins spent a recently few/ days with I New Mr.Arrival and Mrs. Doyle Hazen announce
that in high traditions of his profession he was attemptingunder Alton Dobbs of Starke brought ) 4 Lbs 39CCuban
Mrs. Percy Osteen, visited her I the arrival of a son. Ralph the message at Pine Level Baptist Can 2
the most unfavorable conditions to report a true
husband In the Veteran's Hospital Edwin on July 12 in the Lake Church last Sunday in the absence
picture of the conditions and events in Czechoslovakia as he In Lake City recently. Percy had Shore Hospital/, Lake City. Mrs of the pastor. Rev. Hall who was-
saw them." It said further that the Oatis conviction "shows not learned anything definite a-j I Hazen before her marriage wa called to Plant City to conduct
t. that the present regime in Czechoslovakia fears truth, hates bout his condition yet. Miss Clara Fae Ward of Lake the funeral of Mrs. Johnny Nettles ,!( Vita Foods Apple
liberty and knows no justice." Obey Moody has his tobacco all Butler. her home t
!fl' who passed away at AVOCADOS 3 29cCalif. JELLY 1
The Western world has learned something about how con. thru now-1,800 sticks. He says) Katherine Harrell spent last Wednesday of last week after a for a-ib. Jar 2
fissions obtained. The victim is sub the sticks average 2 Ibs. each. weekend with Maxine Andrews at f
I of this character are long Illness. I iMr Large. SizeCANTALOUPES Musselman's 17oz. AppleSAUCE
In merciless lIe is given little food. He We helped him one day and I've( New River. of
jected to questioning. I and Mrs. F. L. Conner
I' never seen such pretty tobacco.It Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Robinsonof 25c .2 1
and end. He is
) is kept awake for days nights on alternately I .. Glasses
almost Miami
was yellow when we putIt visited Mr. and Mrs. L'L. I
and He is beaten. The whole idea is to
threatened cajoled.
I up and Mr. Moody says it was'} Parker last week. Dr.Seymour Firm Meaty Del Monte No. 2'/'!& Can Sliced
break down the will-to bring the to point of mental
man a perfectly beautiful when It was I i Rufus Allen spent! last weekend R. MarcoOPTOMETRIST
,1 and physical exhaustion and despair where nothing matters taken from the barn. | at Orlando visiting his wife TOMATOES 2u>. 29cCalif. PINEAPPLE can

except to escape his tormentors. He will then sign and agreeto The Pledger Johns family visited Vera who !Is a patient In,a hospital
Santa RosaPLUMS 22-oz. Jar Ga. Maid Sweet MJC;
This to Robert and others.
anything. happened Vogeler Mrs. N. A, Conner of Midway there. Eyes Examined

f It undoubtedly happened to Oatis. Sunday. I| Mrs. Kettle Andrews of Jacksonville Glasses Fitted Pound 19c PICKLES 1
j What can the government do to protect our newsmen in The Leonard Colsons were supper I' Is spending a few days far
the Communist, nations? Alexander Jones! president of the guests of Bill and Marie here with her cousin Mary Mott 121 W. Call St. Golden Bantam Dixie Darling Enriched WUte

American Society of Newspaper Editors has,suggested that, I Hank Friday night. They said;! Mr. and Mrs. Chester Conerlyand Ph. 219 Starke, Fla. C 0 R H 4. 25c 1i 1 1r.
in reprisal for the treatment of Oatis the trade privileges their daughter, Teresa was goingto children WauchuU spent Family Loal
New Orleans for the summer I last week here with Mr. and Mrs,
I now given Czechoslovakia! in the American zone of Germany
Vernelle and Anita Moody ofiLakeland I Lloyd Barry and family.
be withdrawn. Others think we should go farther. As an
'i were Mrs. Barbara Sue Davis is
visiting home
: from
example the Portland Oregonian said( editorially "If the.
Moody on their way back' hospital and doing nicely.
United States does not get its back soon, these kidnap- Let Us ]
up : from a visit in Georgia Sunday. Buford Moore is a patient In Thoroughly
; ings, pseudo trials extorted confessions and imprisonment Miss Ida Merritt Is enjoying a1; Alachua General Hospital and
, : of Americans will !become chronic. Our government should visit of three great nephews, Sandra Jones Is In Hope Haven Wash Your Clothes

' give immediate study with a view to fiction of the possible Richard and Billy Shiver of Gain-!I Hospital Jacksonville We hope
effects!! of making the Iron Curtain a twp way barrier; that I esvllle, Lee Cook and sister Ethel they will soon be home again. 9 Funnds

.' is, the withdrawal from outlaw nations of all American nationals of Jacksonville. ,I Mrs. Ruby Allen and girls spent For 40c!

and the complete severance of diplomatic relations Friends of Loubedla Johns will last week visiting In Titusvllle. - - -------.p. p. ... .....:" ... ..... ..,,',...... .....
\j plus an airtight ban on all commercial transactions between regret to learn of her Illness In N. O. Hayes Jr. Is home from FREE Bleach If Desired t
jl these countries and the United States." I Alachua General Hospital. She I Fort Bragg N. C. for a few days temple Ave. Stark Indian River Tomato D.i Monte Tomato Armour'i I

,$ This may seem to be an extreme policy. But, in dealing I underwent a gall stone operation leave with his parents. CATSUP14os.Bottl ,
Tuesday of last week. It is under. I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Steele of Verc SAUCE DOG O,1
with Communism it may prove to be the only feasible one. .
stood that she was quIte 111 but Beach visited Mr. and Mrs Earl
4 I is slowly/ Improving. Gree.i and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
1 Scrap Is {Worth Money Chicken< Stunner- I Edwards Sunday. Mrs. Steele wll' We Win! 1 e c 2 8-oa Can 15c 2 Cans

The young folks around here bo remembered here as Mrs. W. '
The steel mills and foundries need more scrap metal than who had been helping In tobacco I' H. Hinton. Dry Your Clothes

1 ever-and the farmers of th...'nation are being asked to sell decided to have a chicken supper Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster,
. their scrap to dealers without delay. one night last week. They talked Jr. of Jacksonville'spent last Sunday For 20cIn

The situatron is! urgent. The steel industry is in the midstof Albert' and Eunice Moody Into I. with Mrs. Rosa Pinholster. New Automatic Driers a 0 e. 1 '
a big expansion program. Mills and foundries are runningat letting1' them cook at their house.I I Mrs. Bill Miller of Jacksonville 1 1 a

a record high rate. The rearmament program which is They all had a good time but spent the weekend with her .
not yet in full swing is, piling a steadily-increasing military poor ole Jon Lazenby he got sick mother. Mrs. Lottie Edwards.Mr. .
and had to be taken home. Fernie and Mrs. Alex Williams of
demand for steel on top of the heavy civilian demand. In the I
and Ella
Moody couldn't be talked
The Washeteria
face of this, the mills' inventories horn
scrap have been declining Into their cooking them at their chickens three weeks! old.
and in some cases have become dangerously low. Steel can house cause they are not slow I I Ceo and Dorothy Anderson are

not be made without scrap. Each day, during the current learners. They were talked Into a back In the maternity ward again / / _
year some 98,000 tons! of purchased scrap are required. fish supper recently and Ella said l i';' --seven sows have pigs and more aTAj

Farms are one of the principal sources of scrap. Practical- "That kitchen the next day." ,I due soon. 15'
]every farmer has on hand obsolete or worn out machinery Ella said It didn't take her long I Klmore: Cason's pea patch has CJ

and other equipment made of iron or steel. These materialsare to learn a lesson. Haven't heard,! put on Its second crop. He pickedover POLICY

no longer of value to him--but they are a must to the Eunice's rel\cUon-but maybe it I 400 hampers at one time. It
steel industry. And incidentally when the farmer sells his won't be too bad cause they cook I Is estimated that 173 hamperscould

useless scrap he is doing himself a financial favor. Scrap ed the chicken and rice outside In I be picked now 1. 1111 lllunluu nluiui\lul\ 1\\\\ \ \
prices are good. a pressure cooker on an Improvised Bill Banks planted three acres }
stove of brick and a tin top'f'of Ala. Crowders. black .
The procedure for moving the scrap In, simple. farmersare : out of drum. I eyes and
asked to collect it, take it to town and sell it to a ]local [ acres peas last week. Planted
Joe Lazenby had his
dealer. If the scrap is .so bulky and heavy as to prevent easy tobacco cropping Tuesday. second; Tuesday and they were up Friday

transportation by the farmer himself he should call the Crew Family Reunion. 21C

dealer and make arrangement for hauling it away. In cases All of Sam Crews children I
where the farmer is not certain as to the procedure ,
proper grandchildren and great grandchildren -I
local farm agents will be glad to help. met af the Stafford Crews t to BUY

i j f portant-More at a metal scrap time is when from needed.our every farms last means possible more ton steel of this for America all-im. home E.union.Miami.and Sunday Lola Those Crews for attending their and children annual were: re-of J. : PULP CROSS WOOD TIES ( ,J .$.,1111111"100001111'1iUly'. / ,,.{.{'*;?'.?.? ??? ? ((.111/.:,?/',/W.//I/tIs.,,'?..,?.??.?//,/(s.(/(/.:':/./'://.W....:.?.???????? /iiiiW'S/:?;:????????? :'tJ_:X,}::::::;,: '

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and I
Pliny pearl 1111111iia/its.
Crews "
and children of Ft. Myers Bill and and Pine TimberWill v l ....... ,..;!c ts., ...... d e fI ,
Maude Richardson of *'..-rr aI
Jackson. T.':: .., .
O.ALVAREZ&SONAgents TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE villa Tierce and Fronle Crews,, In F"" J
CO. ion and grandson of State Farm case of '11. I di I,

Ethan and Mable Sapp and children ] Pay .w, _
1 I ..
4 and grand children, Raf. and Accident. .... ; '!
,* We operate local Your ..... "
O'::: --4 a long distance* Maude Johns of Lake Butler Rev. j I Highest Cash Prices //041. .
i R.. aLMAMaYFZ t SOa Fred Dodd and family. Lou Johna I ,01tinIII
-7"here In V. s. FOR ANY SIZE Lest friend
' and Rev. and Mrs. Greek of TRACTS an ,( $.'
ti t ... ., ,...-. Jacksonville. Some of these visitors ...
St EXCELLENT attended Church at Long I Accident Policy 'Oil 1111111,.,,.,

/ r Mi1: ; ; STORAGE .' since Bridge some Sunday of them It had had been attended years I I' .u//n/.1111. 0 1

l t FACILITIESSee Church out here. i\ McYlNNEY Charley E. Johns I/////b/////I// /,/

1 Lucile and Charles McCullough A. E. Agency ,111111 urn/. _
' For of near Palatka who. have been, Phone IS STAB HE. FLA 0011/1, .
DELCIIERKKOS. visiting their I g grandparents'I At Starke Taxi Stand 111111,

us first have Ernest returned and Evelyn to their Southerland.home. PHONE 150( '//ii/1$00.0.001/ ... .. ... .'/.,.,''/nrH/1/11//HI11'11'tll/11111111/Nrrr... ..'/./... ./.'.".//.'..'''"''/'.'... .'"'''
I .. i.Uae..tl. i- 1116 .. ., ... .. .. .,., ",.....,,,.,,... ,', ,,,,

,beautiful Miriam bunch Johns of certainly 300 white has Leg.s Starke, Fla. ," "* TNt"'.TftAVCUtR, .... H.+tkr. ..'.. 1H...'....,:.....,.I I ..'.' .rte//1111'1///0411/1041/1//HI. :, .:'::':':/:/'::': ':':':/':$':':':':/':':':/':::::::::: /::::00$44g:::/:/:,:,,t::4':'/:/$:I:'IHU04100110t0$1111:':/:':':/:':':::':':':'::,:::::,:,::::,:,:::,,,)"11/1I"/""4





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Christian ChurchThe ( St. Edward's Catholic ,

friendly Church extends a Rev. Francis J. Dunleavy, pas" : LAWTEY
welcome to all to worship services tor.
Bible School begins at 10 a.m Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. L. II. FutchIlpmnnntration Prices Good
with C. W. Colson as auperln Weekly Mass at S: a. m. --- -

tendent. Classes for all ages with Confessions Saturday 5:00: to Club Thru Sate
qualified teachers who teach the 6:00: P. }.[. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. :M. The Lawtey Home Demonstration ,
won(. Children's Catechism Classes,
Club will
meet Tuesday. July
H Church Methodist.: ChurchThe Morning Worship begins at Saturday 10:00 a. m. 24, at the home of Mrs. Effie Min I i July 21.
| 11 a m. with the Lord's Supper Adult Religious Instruction er. Miss ROM, Home Demonstration I
Invitation Is ) tended First Methodist Church being served at 11:15: for all courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., Agent, announced that Mrs.
Lndk ep cool In the cordially invites you to attend the Christians. Evening services beginat *nd by special appointment. McKnight County Health Nurse '
iclt First Baptisttiarke following services of worship on 7 p.m. with Christian EndeavorAll will attend the meeting and givea I I

This Sunday Sunday July 22. Church School youths are urged to come for Church of Christ talk on the services offered by'
I Pastor's message will begins at 9:43: a. m. A special In- this service. Evangelistic services ani the County Health Unit. All STARLING'SGrocery
vitation is extended to Corner 10th 1lc31.h01l1Bible
and Works" begin at 8 p.m.
,,at Lives members of the club and othersinterested
attend the Men's Bible Class School-10 A.
will bring the Prayer meeting Wednesday at Preaching-.11 A. lI[. and 7:30P. : are urged to attend thismeeting.
which Is being taught at the 8
present ,
Lie for the service p.m. studying the 3rd Chapterof M. I .
by Larry Gibson. Romans. Plan to be in
at the Happy Prayer Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Birthday Luncheon
.nlng Rev Thomas G. Mitchell will I
HaInes Meeting and bring along your Mrs. Will Edwards a luncheon
by Rev. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. gave
age that is Sufficient"cnolr preach Sunday morning at 11 a. Bibles for a study of God's Word.Bake Everyone welcome. I at her home last Saturday
oS will sing dIrect. m. on the subject, "A Day of ISole JSaiurduy July IS: honoring Miss Enza

Jones and the pIano-I gladness". Special music will be The ladies of the Church will HAMPTON: CHRISTIAN I Io Blanchard whose birthday occur-
?Kf Morse and Miss furnished by the youth choir under have their weekly bake sale this Il'no I ed on Sunday. Mrs. W. T. Walters
il t Mrs the congrega-, the direction of Mrs. E. K Saturday on Call St. at the old gave a humorous rl'adloghlCh
|I the end of a hottrd Ferryman. Harley Strong Jewelry store. Convention of the Christian was thoroughly enjoyed. A flower
o At. evening wor- I' Young people attending the Intermediate Come by Saturday and get your Churches of Bradford County at : contest, with Miss Blanchard winning .
t Camp at Leesburg this 1 pie or cake for Sunday and' the Hampton Christian Church I
laws of God'sSchrl the prize for high score, !weeone
the I week will bring back a report of clemlnate baking In the heat The, July 29. of the enjoyable events. Several Offers You this Week the
meets at 9-l5: the camp at the Sunday evening proceeds of the bake sale go into I 10 a.m. Bible School. games were played and the
forIan service to be held at 8 p. m. Those I the building fund, and patronage I 11 a.m. Sermon, Bro. Johnnie many gifts which Miss Blanchard
meats and closes I I attending from Starke are: Linda ; Is appreciated. Chiklress. received were opened before
30.0(> who regularlyA. Sandra
Johns Johns, Jane Rich Communion.
Mrs. Edwards! was assistedin
A. Wiggins I 18 AssoclBienUt I ard Jackie Hobbs, and Jo Ann At The TabernacleAn 12 Noon Basket Lunch. serving her guests by Mrs. John

'it Training Unl- Slade. The public Is cordially Invited 2 p.m. Song and Prayer Wyrlck, Mrs. H. C Kelley and ,, BESTGROCERYPrices

I at 6-43!'! under the to attend. uplifting message from Titus 2:30: p.m. Sermon, Bro. Jake Mrs. Joyce Futch. Those attending I

If f J. T Lawson ;with 'A Children's Hour is held each 2:11-10: "Learning, Living, Look. Thomas. this party, besides the guestof I
Wednesday morning from 9:30: to Ing", was delivered, by Rev. 8 p.m. Sermon, Bro. W. C. Burton honor and tAle hostess, were ,,
ji'ach age group. 10:30: with all children betweenthe Francis R. Georgia at the Victorious Mrs Effle Miner, Mm.' O. J. Phillips
j Bervire Is held Wed. ages of 6 and 12 cordially Invited Life Rally .held in the Mrs. V. R. Reddish, Mrs. A
7.4S: with Bible study to attend. Tabernacle last Friday night. A I -- F Brown Mrs. H C. Kelley

k. the Tastor. A friend- Prayer Meeting begins on Wed- well-rounded musical program Mrs. Emma Hill Mrs. W. T. Walters in TownSeeing

Iwlll be received byLd nesday evening at 7:30.: Bring was presented by the four young STATE FARM Mrs. Frank Jones, Mrs. J. P.

friends alike at thet I your Bible and join in the study people, with Mrs. Georgia at the Wyrlck, Mrs. Mae Wells. Mrs. A
I of the "Favorite Chapters of the -piano. Ily Mrs.. Bryan Whltneld H. Harley, Mrs. L. H. Fetch Mrs

i| church. I Bible." This .weekend, Walter :Montgomery Joyce Futch, Mrs. G. W. Roberts

of Bob Jones Universitywill Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Nix a.d and Miss Bessie Terry.
I of God CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF be a guest of the Tabernacle. I heir children, Margiret and La- Miss Bertha Boynton of Jacksonville Is BelievingIF

St. Clair SU.ol LATTER DAY SAINTS He Is studying for the mission 'fayette, Jr. have moved to their was visiting the Misses

> 10 a.m. :Masonic! Temple, Call Street. field in India and will bring firsthand new home in Atlanta, Georgia Idelle and Betty Durban last week
wing Worship 11 a.m Sunday School every Sunday Information from that coun- where Dr. Nix has accepted a Mrs. Howard Miner and baby
7:30 try, where he was stationed dur their and her mother of Jacksonville
fcning Service : p m. morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Serv- hospital residency. During
bvlce Tuesday 7:30 p.m ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial invitation ing World War II. last wee!: here they had as their spent last Wednesday here with IF IF-
ttlng Thursday 7:30: p.m. I is extended to all. I The Daily Vacation Bible Spool' visitor, Lucy Brizelton of,Brazel- Mrs. Effie Miner. -
got off to a good start Monday ton, Georgia.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Clifford Smith 9 ,
afternoon and continues through Herbert Thomas and little who are connected with the new
today. Miss Edna Noegel la in Kathleen Thomas. .went to Fort factory at Starke, are temporarily .

I The Difference God Makes'Hear Study charge The Hour Tuesday was under evening the direc-Bible George rest Lauderdale of Hockette.July Sunday with Mr.to .spend and Mrs.the located Effle Recent Miner's.In guests an apartment at the home at Mrs of You Will Come? We Will Prove

This Sermon By The Pastor tion of Leonard Noegel, assisted Mrs. A. F. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish weiejMrs. i
Accompanied by
by other young people of the Rcddlah's sisters Mrs. S
Sunday Nlfc At 8 j
p.m.ST Thornton of Auburndale, Mrs. C.
group. Znrleta and :Mrs. Nellie Osteen of
D. Sellers and her daughters ,
Tampa, and Mrs. Hattie Mathis ol This Statement To You.
Patrlola and Emma Lou, returned
Hampton St. Mark's EpiscopalFriday Sunday from that city. Mrs. St. l'rternburg. Other visitors of I
the Rfddiahes were their son and ,
Thornton spent the past week
July 20th -- 4:00: p.m. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs j
with Mr. and Mrs. Sellers and
Bible School 0 a.m. Don Hill, Supt. Girl Scouts; 7:30': p.m. Litany. with other relatives In this section Roy Reddish of Webster, a niece i!
Meditation, and If1t l't.esslon8. Mrs. Louise Smith of Tampa, and'' MAKE
II. T. U.) 7 p.m., Otto Hicks Sr., DirectorThe Sunday, July :22nJ: 9th Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Legate and | USPROVEONLY IT.
after Trlulty 9:45: a.m. Sunday Shelby Taylor of Tampa is visit- son Barth of Edward vllle, III
Church Where Everybody Is Welcome"iT Ing Oveldo and Locdith Griffin. '
Pra'erand The lived Reddish
School; 11:00: a.m. Mi.ihmg Legates at the
Sermon by Mr. W. W Phillip Other guests at the home of Mr. home during the war, when he ,
Monday, July ;23rd -- 9.30: and Mra. E. A Griffls during the was stationed at Camp Blandlng. I _
11:30 Summer Vacation Church weekend were Mr. and Mrs. L. Miss Janice Williams of Guinea-
I Ill I'or.tmupuntil Sweat, Rex Taylor, Mrs. Lottie villa last
School begets and v spent week here with I
Friday thj 27th: ; 7:0::: p.ir.. Grlffla and Ormand Summerall Miss Maxine Jones.Z. .
T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Young Adult UroMp wIll Iv>ld a all of Tampa and Winnie Fay J. Roberts of Hastings and TWO MORE WEEKS
Griffis of Pine Grove.
':aveted.dso: sjiuer followed bye .Mrs. J. W. Andrews of Starke
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor talk by Mr. Manic Plsanl of Misses Taml Thomas and Frances were visiting relatives here last
Gainesville, H' ,. West of University of CaJJ"fornla ,iweek.
irson & Court StreetsIn The Heart Of Town Beryely, were visitors. ef Mr, and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo returned I
I'iIONESOffice: 231 Pastorlum 130 Presbyterian ChurchSermon the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. to their home in Tampa
Herbert Thomas, from last Tuesday after upending several dki: -7

topic for Sunday morn- day until Sunday of last wednel'l days here with the J. H Moores. .cN&g'Y
PDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M., 7:45 P.M.
Ing 11 a.m.: "He Leadeth Me." Following a two The Rex Mtxon and family and f.

y School !9:15): A.M. Training Unions 6:15 P.M.; Sunday School at 0:45: a.m. with Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLen- Miss Ada Edwards of Jacksonvillewere 4r1 t"",.,
.WEEK Friendship Class 10 a.m. don, Mrs. L. B. McLrndon return supper guests of their par.ents _
Youth Fellowship 7 p.m., Sun ed to her home in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards "
Sunday. last Sunday. t "Ai4a C .,
Jing Message "F lth That' Lives And Works"Evening"Grace day.Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Misses Patsy Cox and Elizabeth The W. F. Moores are spendingsome r : .,; ;.. i io _

That 1s Sufficient"THE day night at 8 o'clock.In Maynard of University of Florida time at the Thomas Cottageon .,. ..,Gt'f 10<>'i".14..r"
the absence of our Supply Gainesville spent last weekend Klngsley Lake. Their daughter "M'.'. '''',''1 Qr 'f
Pastor, Mr. W W. Phillips of the with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradleyand Mrs. Wesley Thomas and son .. \.riI tji.>'it.. '
CHURCH. .WITH TilE, VISITING. PASTOR Episcopalian Church will conduct with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox. of Hendersonvllle, N. C. are visiting (j '-:,' ,. ;. '\ ,\.
the Moores. ;
'" .. . ,- Prayer Meeting.W.7 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crews.. Jr. .... / ,
were hosts at a dinner at their Mrs J. p. Wyrlck wall visiting I ",..;;f&. ,
home Thursday evening. The her daughter, Mrs. Charles Carter, ,
event featured a demonstration of who is spending the summer at :11iio \ .
Delray Beach. l
Miracle Maid aluminum ware. ,. ,
With her daughters Martha Paul Moore was the Sunday C .,, ....,..-
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Ann and Mary Mrs. F. L. Bullock H. Moore. HOSPITALITY HOUSE !

of Georgetown S. C. U visiting I Mrs.
Joyce Futch and sons, Ben r
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. non and
Ralph spent last weekend
Sasser. I at Ormond Beach as the guests pP/ZES-

Since last Saturday Mr. and of Mrs. Futch's aunt, Mrs. J. L.Jone .
Mrs. J. O. Godwin have had aa *. FREE
I their guests Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Miss Authurlne Blanchard of :'!t

Godwin and their young son, Jim., Jacksonville was the guest of her
mle, 2nd, of Belle Glade. I father A. M. Blanchard during Your Hotpoint Magic Key maybe

Eaulpmwil MXMMtta ud aim wbjict to dunp without Mile. Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and' the week.L. the one to unlock our Hospitality !
Patsy and Brian Kucera returned l' L. WainwrIght and familyof '
home Sunday after a ten days'sight.seeing Gainesville were visiting relatives a House "treasure chest" of

trip to, New Orleansvia here last week. prizes.. and give you the opportunity
IY the Gulf Coast scenic route. The W M. U. of the First Bap
ijt Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. G. tist Church held a "Spend the to Ret completely free a

StrIngfellow and M. D. Carter, to-,1 Day" meeting hut Tuesday with 'Y 't Hotpoint Ironer, Model LIU. Just
gether with their visitors Mrs. K. ,Mrs. Fred Moore at Kingsley LakeA
t'tI' W. Parks and sons Billy and covered dish luncheon was served ; ask for your Magic Key-nothing

., George of Lake Worth visited I at the noon hour. to buy! You'll be glad you did.
the Stephen Foster Memorial at Johnnie Wall Freddie Moore, :
White Springs. Bobby Davis, and William Par. Hut hurry! This special offer closes
I J.\\
Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs I rlsh represented the Lawtey July 28th.rqo .
in shoulder room W O. Engram were Mr. and Mrs. Scout Troop at camp last week. .
W. A. McGuff of Montgomery I' Mayor and Mrs. O. J. Anders '
f. I
Alabama.Mr returned home'last Thursday after

and Mrs. John P. Turney spending their vacation in San
QfiilGilin hip room Antonio Texas with Mrs. Anders' ( Down
and their children Mary Carol j
btr and John, ..11'., of Jacksonville| sister, Mrs. Marian Leigh. They l will hold appliance
visited places of interest In Mexico
of Mr i
were Sunday dinner guests I .
before home. down
and Mrs. C. M. Turney. I returning until required
The Vacation Blgle! School at -
r 8JBT During the weekend Mr. and the Methodist Church will close, i 1- payment made
Mrs. A. C. had their
as today (Friday). A program will Hotpoint/ Mo f.1 EU I.'
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strick
fn Savings guests be given at 8 o'clock this eveningand '.l Oe Lux.
land and their son. Jonle, of cu.ft.
the work done by the chil- .
and Mrs. A. ..
Gainesville Mr. Lyle
will be displayed. The publicIs
Noland and. their daughter

and Meredith Mrs. Ann Marcus of Orlando Reddish and Mr. tending Mrs.Invited Eunice the to tile Summer Kelly program., who Session Is at-of Look at fheso Do i. x'. Features !

their son of Hellbron Springs Florida.
State University", Tallahassee
Mr. and Mrs Junior Lyons of spent last weekend with 34-lb'. stainless steel Sp..d Freexer Interior light Smooth Wrap-over

SOT I." I" :Macclenny and Mr. and, Mrs. Clyde her family.here. _two HI-Humldiry Drawers, with glass Construction a 5-Y ar Protection Plan on

__ m :*,a4e'wmparhnanf raw-price< field volume, tool Ye. Strickland and their daughter of Jf,.-roller mount.d e Larg. M xi Pane; famow Hotpoint Thrtftmaster Unit 1
Q I1IoIIt gives you 10 Lakeland. The hosts and their PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS"
much J.laln nameled a Tall-Iottro Zone
storage And for trr -
hl :Iso space. eI visitors enjoyed a picnic supperat
V"a"1a"1 ? the Io-prlce: field, you can't beat Hampton Lake Sunday. 10th St. and Temple Are.fcunday '"i for biggest bottle. e Automatic Door 269 5
end x School 9:45: a. m.; Morn-
ngines.. Both faith
on high,eom- plus SaferSlop e Automatic
Performance, 1.0 A. lngWorshlp 11
a. m.; Evsngells-
on reau/or gall CARD OF THANKS
tie Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone
Come In We wish to thank our friend welcome.

and !'Test Drlv Itl and relatives for all acts of kindness Winkler Electric Service
rendered In our recent CARD OF THANKS
reavement. The floral offerings I
COMPANY I wish to thank my many friends
NDREWS MOTOR were beautiful. Resole Carlton 222 224 Temple Avenue
their kindnesses, flowers, pray Phone 166JUL
Madison & Adams Sts. and children and S. )of. Mott and era, and cards oaring my recent
STARKE, FLORIDA family. I Uln.... Sharon Hall. Starke (on U. S. 301) Florida

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I To Be Bride Of Sunday j '

because of this Veterans are again warned that star'
vllle. Trawick said t}h Ir
The City Council, by unanimous date for almost all tralnln,
the ferial veteran
the doctor will re size
small number 31
voted In regular
it IrUalll.I
nse the end of his to enter or re-enter training log al,
the diff turn to Starke at OJ
sela night to make up rr
Tu '
> vaccinatethe under the GI Bill Is only a few a It-
and sc"
:J ,.ivnce, between what the Insurance !, tour of the county j ?
Mr. H. F. tratnlrc
that were days away. ment
: is paying wounded rest of the dogs \I r( ,tmpnt t ulrid'
I company sheets Manager of the Veterans t'lI..
:MootyPhone Hiley Sweat and his missed In the first trip. II Ie bear .
II patrolman .
Administrated Regional Office
3:; I t/ regular salary. Sweat suffere.1 a The date Is Saturday August at Pass-a-Grllle has stated that training Inder the CI
I broken arm last Saturday afternoon 4. Trawick also asked that the Dicke'Jheell turthll
certificates of eligibility and
- - - -- entitlement
when he was shot by Solo public be notified and warned of each veteran ahoUl
Milton, a negro who ran the city ordinance requiring the which are required If by> Inquiry : &1st:
Grand Matron Ping Pong Tourney mon
Worthy Is to be
rampant In Reno wounding two vaccination for rabies of all dogs this training taken will of an Jb:,
continue to be issued up to 4:30P. 'bit,
: Pays Official Visit Will Highlight more and carrying on a gun battle within the city limits lie seek u( enter.
M. on July 25, 1951, but veteransare that,

To O.E.S. ChapterStarke Teen Town TonightThe 4 i4 ., I Mayor with city J R.police.WaInwright who that Trawick because also of toll the the Increase Council'In 'urged to submit their applications school Covernmsnternns ,crs, and lit.t ..,

3 for benefits i tbt"
Orderof activities & ; Introduced the measure, said that small cafes and other food and training by Affai,,
No. 224. at Teen Town 81
Chapter bc
at least July 18, 1951: in order
the Eastern Star, was honored this Friday night will feature a at present Sweat was one of the drink handling establishments, he that such certificates be Issued II approVed by the Sl,

3 Monday night by the official visit ping pong tournament and Includea rpIsi ( ? lowest paid men on the force and would like to get the -CounCil to In time to permit the may veteran- provals art requll'tt ,

of the Worthy Grand Matron of number of other activities such _, tho maximum amount he could end anyone applying for a license newly 6.tablilhed lebo

: the Grand Chapter of Florida, as checkers, chess, a sing time,I ::' draw through hospitalization for such a business to the County I to enter the end or re-enter of the statutory training period before 'and b) the AdmlnLtlrat
I Mrs. Emma Sauriders, business meeting and finger paInt. ; : surance was $22 per week. In'l Health Department and get their subsisicming. .e".
for such entrance, that ; k-
A banquet was served In the ing under the direction of Martha who has been on the force approval before the granting of a 18'j .
educational building of the Methodist Smith. ,! only five months, Is scheduled tore license. Trawick said with the July 25, 1951 |

Church at 6 o'clock at which' Approximately 40 were presentat 1 Ive a raise In pay after his possible reopening of Blending, I Dlckcnshecta called particular i I Youth (: f
time Mrs. Saundi-rs was 'Intro last Friday night's meetingIn Ji t ix months' of duty.Ai there would no doubt be an Increase attention to I the fact that these

r duced by the Worthy Matron of the the U. S. O. building and en. I ) the suggestion of Council-, In business of this nature necessary certificates, if issued The r : Y,

Starke chapter, Mr. Cleo Harley joyed a number of activities thai i 1:. O Hazen, the Council de. and that getting the health de- I within the last few days prior to entertain t? gjr
' The banquet table was beautifully !- were highlighted by a feature J to renew Its effort to secure I Ii parment's approval would aid considerably July 25, might not. after receipt the H Asw' .

I4' decorated carrying out thei length movie. I .'t, 'i' Ing gates at the four main'!Ij In keeping down the by the veteran, afford sufficient on cuttlr ,'.,f fof

i Worthy Grand Matron's chosen Also on tap this Friday night ,, c l., .*: i ilri' ad crossings here In town.I danger of disease and bad food. time for most veterans to actual!) Stal'ke.Customers' "c'r: *J

colors of yellow and green In the Is a meeting of the Young Committee Tie, four crossings stipulated In ,
I 1tt I -- "
. decorations and favors. at 7 o'clock and a meeting ., 't th motion were at State Roads !

Following tho banquet the r'g.ular of the Adult Committee at 7:30: 16 IntI 100, Call St. and WashIng.

; meeting of the Chapter was Mr. and Mrs. Charles Partln have ton Ave The motion also said! that

t .! held in the USO building at 8 o' accepted an Invitation to serve a. t in the event the railroad company :1
I clock. Decorations In tho Chapter chaperones for the! occasion. : I jnldn't put in the desired gates,

room also carried out the yellow Anyone who enrolled in grade I 1 the Council requested that each

N and green color scheme. eight through 12 Is invited to at -rosHlng be flagged before the j
tend the festivities which begin train proceeds across it.
Present besides Mrs Saundors
.4; several Grand Officers and at eight o'clock in the U. S. O Councilman James Lewis proposed
j were building every Friday night. that the city order six of
and 23
Past Grand Officers
.p and
the 'push type" trash cans

F4: .' and Worthy Past Matrons Patrons, Past from Matrons other, Stork Shower that they be strategically placed) AaP's Ann Page Food Vol
on Call St. for pedestrians to put
1! ; Chapters In Florida, and one Grand For Mrs. GriffisThe their trash in. Lewis said that this 4.Are Marvelous' and Man
& Representative from another
would give the public some place
jurisdiction. Made In A & I",.
spacious lawn at the home to throw trash thereby keeping
A beautifully Illuminated star, a of Mrs. Ann Pa food kltcip,.
Mat Grtffls was the scene the City cleaner and reducing the
gift to the Chapter from the officers 'of a stork shower Thursday night cost of keeping the streets and .'i ffP Only in A & I' Store,,

I serving for this official of last week at 8 o'clock, honoring Representative and Mrs Clarence A. Roberts of Lake Butler an- sidewalks clean. The Council agreed ljf1 Corner '% % thrIfty Ann Page Fo.d

visit, was dedicated by the Worthy Mrs. Harold Grlffls. nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, with the motion and asked : : your palate anil your

Grand; Matron, who usml the Seats were arranged for the Elizabeth Ann, to John Byron WhItis, son of Mrs. Bee Whitis of clerk Carl Johns to order the required I "Ltt the Ivyer lIeu'are"is -. help balance oiir dliji
lt "Star" as the subject of tier ad' guests In a semi-circle. The gift Hollywood, Fla. The marriage will take ,
place on Sunday, July 22, at cans. an old saying. builget Try then, am
dress. table, on which a bassinette was 6 o'clock In the evening In the First Christian Church, Lake Butler. Mayor Wainwrlght suggested A&p, we want our '- ,
Following the meeting refreshments placed was covered In pink and No Invitations But confi- ,...
have been sent but all relatives and friends of the that the Council take the approp. to have .t

4 were served from a beautifully summer blue. Larks vases were filled with couple arl'lnvlted. A reception will follow at the Woman's Club in late steps ystop" parking on both customers in what we tell them ,, MAYONNA1
44 decorated table set beforea arrangmenta of flowers. Lake Butler.Covered. jldi-s of the street In front of the dence sell them.
a bank of native greenery. Light Mrs. Revels of Palatka, motherof new Big Dad factory. He Bald! I and what we
ed yellow tapers In silver candelabra Mrs. Griffl assUteil, In openIng That is why you can shop ,
that when cars park on both sides I Pint Jar
J, were placed on each side After the many lovely gifts. Dish Baptist WMU H lds traffic is slowed down considerably I I at your A&P with the u- -

of the sliver bowl, and the general a number of games and for I that if for any I'en-
only car can
one get
color acheme was carried out Is contests, Mrs. Grlffls served re Supper PlannedAt BusinessProgramMeeting surance not entirely satisfied Fine naiad oil, Niniuitlilf. h
The Council
through at a are
the decorations, and appointments freshments, nsnlsted by Mrs. Parish HouseA son you purchase with eggt. ilni'Rur ami, purejuice
Thelma Hnrrln. 1\,..... Edna Jones TuesdayThe voted to put signs on the tactory'r"Ide r with your
of the table. cheerfully iiml
of the street' establishing it will be <<-11 Ann Page !Mf
and Mrs.! Ira Wilson. money \\.r : '
3$ A social hour was enjoyed by covered dish supper will b. program and business meet. aa a no parking zone. I your refunded. : f noise a salad 8110,1."

the members and guests, Vacation held In St. Mark's parish house. Ing of the Baptist W. M. U. wa The City Clerk read a letter received .. I' anything should hap- ______
Monday night, July 23, for the held In the educational building ( from Surtseal Laboratories : If confidence -
shake your
Vacation School *"- School; At BaptistAll purpose of organizing a young Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Inc. requesting some action by the pen to A&p we wouldljketoknOWatt
Adult Club of Starke with emhasls Mrs. M. F. Hazen was In chargeof City on their building In Starke. I I in Please Sparkle Dess mol

I To Begin Monday I Young People 4 years' did ;. on recreation and educatlon. the program and the devotional The company owns the former'! ,

At' St. Mark's through 16 years are invited to I was given by Mrs. Luther Pick Hembree building on So. Thomp-1, write:
attend the Vacation Bible School Main speaker of the evening wll ering and followed by prayer. son St and It seems that due tc CUSTO RELATIONS \t Pkgs. 2

A Summer Vacation School, un. being held beginning Monday July be Frank Plaannl. outstanding Those taking partIn: the pro., some remodeling a while back, IEE .

: der the direction of Mrs. Edward 23 at the First Baptist Church. A young adult leader of Holy Trinity; gram were Mrs. H. L. La.vson1, the front of the building now extends v A&P Food Stores Choose from '
Mark's corps' of 30 teachers and worker Church, Gainesville. His topic Mrs. F. B. Beard and Mrs. H. L' two and a half Inches out Lexington A\e-.
Burns, will be held at St. 470 ', '
Episcopal Church beginning Mon. will be on hand to conduct the will be "The young Adult and HI.Community" Hough. The topic was the "Con on city property. i New York 17 :N. 'Y. ,<"'::1 '. \ twrry, Cherrj
tinuing price of The Council asked that letter and Lime. All 8''II'M1'1
worship and recreational services Freedom. a
day, July 23, and ending"; Friday I
July 27 The'hours are from 9:30: during the day from 9 a. m. till All young adults of Starke whc The program was closed with be sent to the company advising ----' and priced m> )

t to 11:30: ( am. There will be crafts, 11:30: a. m. dnlly. woull like to come are cordially everyone repeating the pledge tc them to have their attorneys often.

I songs, stories and refreshments Refreshments will be served Invited to do so.Woodman, the American flag, the church flag draw up the necessary papers lona Sliced Yellow Cling, 2 1-2 Size U
7! for everyone. All children between during the morning hour. and the Bible. The business meet and have them forwarded to City Sparkle Ice Cream

Circle Ing was in charge of the president Attorney George Patten for his PEACHES
the ages of 4 and 12 are Invited to 30c
come. Slumber PartyWednesday Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Following al endorsement. Upon the approvalof DESSERTS 3 pkgs. l
Members Attend
the routine business, the meetingwas Patten, the City will then give

EveningThe State ConventionAll closed with a prayer. the company the required two and Crispo Black Walnut 10 oz. Pkg.
'i W.O.W. Circle Meet a half Inches. Sparkle TapiocaPUDDING

Those from here attending the Misses Mary Ella Turner Woodman Circle membersare Crowds Attending Jack Trawick7""county sanitarian COOKIES20c

Woodman Circle Convention In and Mary Sue Epperson entertained urged to attend a called meetIng appeared before the Council pkg. -

Lake Butler Tuesday were Mrs on Wednesday night at a In the WOW Hall Tuesday Legion Dances and said that only 30 dogs were Nutley ,

t ft Mae Green Mrs T C. Chastaln slumber combination weiner The roast and night July 24. at 8 o'clock, for the In Spite Of Heat vaccinated last Saturday at the

Mrs. Eula Mae Conner, Mrs. Paul ''ed various party.games throughout guests enjoy.the purpose of Initiation and auditingthe City light plant when Dr. Beau I OLEO.lb. 25c

Raymond, Mrs. Eunice Wilson, evening. books. Despite the heat wave the champ came here from GaInes.

Mrs. Rose Lee, Mrs. W. I... Andrews After the party was over the Honored guest at this meetingwill AmerIcan Legion't Saturday night I Sunnyfield Long GrainRlCE.21b.bag

: and Mrs. J. P. Tomllnson. girls went to the Turner home for be Bessie Green District dances are continuing to grow
Manager, of Live Oak, and about for these dances.
Last Saturday night saw close to
At this time Mrs. W L. An the night. 34c
12 members from the Gainesville 200 Toby Dowdy and his Dixie Lllv -
people In attendance with
drews served as first vice president Mrs. Robert'Turnllr assisted the .
Grove. Hl-Polnters, famous radio, television Pickled at their at top aped.A .

and Mrs Conner as auditor girls with theIr party. more couples participating In the peak, ahlppcd
: of the convention. Th. othci Members are asked to brlag round dances than over seen before and recording artists, provide WHITE HOUSE EVAP.MILK &: P'. fruits and vegetables are nail f ft"-
I sandwiches or cookies for refreshments the music for these dances
** |In Starke. Dance Chairman
from here Elberta Large RipePEACHES,5Ibs.
members attending -
Tacky Party which are held each '
I the Starke Drill Team, Ray Stone called it a tribute to Saturday
were on the dance and night at the armory beginning at
demonstrated. Given By B.T.U. Its sponsors that so
work was 4
and the beautifully
.'... II !!' ... I I Men's FellowshipHas many" people should turn out under 9 cordially o'clock.Invited The to general attend public 1* 2 Cans 27cA&P -
The Baptist Intermediate B. T. such adverse conditions. -
The meeting was held In the MeetingRev. -
., the school and U. hail a tacky party the night of Supper Door prizes at the last dance California Vine Ripe Large
I new gymnasium at July 14. The young people, wear- were contributed by Sturrp'i & SUPER MEAT MARKING INK. Small Green Lima 16 oz. can
served In the director
the banquet was loW, their costumes, hiked out a Thaxton Springfield Barksdale Guaranteed to conform to U. 8. 1
_ school cafeteria short distance beyond the city of the Wesley Foundation at The B. T. Thomas Lumber Com- Dnpt. of Agriculture regulations. BEANS CANTALOUPESFresh -

The next convention will be held limits to hold a weIner roast. the University of Florida was pany> has donated a supply of lum- t os. bottle 73c. Bradford County 26c

_ in Starke in November at which lames and group singing were en- guest speaker at the Starke bar with which to build benches Telegraph. I PoleBEANS
time election of officers will be loyed by alt Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Methodist Men's Fellowship sup I II

held. Outlaw were hosts for the evening. per held Monday evening at the -I.1 I dexo, 3 lb. can 99c
2 ]b5e
home of C. H. Nasworthy on -
Mrs. Pickering Klngsley Lake. The group enjoy. -

D W"TARKE Entertains ClassMrs. ed a barbecued by Mr. Nasworthy fish supper, A.prepared .F.- THAT ARE POPULAR :WITH KIDS : Jane Parker Potato Fresh Tender Yellow

FL-:.' L. N. Pickering entertained Perry Sauls,man.Carl Johns, and Comer Though they're officially on twelfth grades but so far very i CHIPS, I lb. can 81 c CORN,4ears2

theIr summer vacation about 80 few young people have shown up _
her Baptist Intermediate Olrls' Plans were made for the August \
Bradford school childrenare from the senior high school
_ ""rl., Sa t. -July 20, 21 Sunday School Clans, with a delightful 20 meeting to be held at the homeof attending County classes, but the grades. However, It Is constantly DUCHESS ICE CREAM: ,-, -- ._. .....,.,-...
swimming and with the following
party pie. J. R. Wainwrlght
DOUIU.E FEATURE classes nothing like those 01( growing and should Increase 'I r s it
nlc Thursday morning. committee In charge: are con. Pie Your a.*. toy To <
_ the regular school session. They'er slderably before the end of the '
CALL of thePRAIRIE Members of the flas, Included Charley Johns Chairman; J. It W qts
enrolled In the educational and summer. I Aap Quality :
_ the Misses' Allese Lawson. Patsy WaInwright John Anderson, and I 5 1-? Ox. CanLibbys .
recreational program now In progress Busses" leave Starke, Lawtey and "
_ lCueer*, Sylvia Alvares Patsy Art HoIUday. I :
< two1 days a week at Gold- Brooker Potted 5. \\111
Tuesday and Thursday
every Meat H J'
Wit llopalnng Cassldy nentoit. and Joan Tenly. Miss. I 17c The quality of the meat you buy
Klizabcth: Voss of Klngstree, S. C. Lioness Club fleets head Branch State Park. I mornings for the park and 1 LIM.}, ant as the prlre. And the quality of .* & r.

ANDSquare was their ,guest.McKinneyAddison. The program, sponsored jointlyby leave there about 3:30 in the after. Ible priced meats In always' satl,f>li>e'r' fins
Dance > the Florida Park Service and noon for the return home. The Corned Beef: Hash 42c
The Lioness Club met Thursday
_____ the Bradford County Board of Public Starke bus leaves "B" buildingat
at the home of Mrs.\ J. R.Walnwrlght Libbys BEEF Allgood Sliced Breakfast
JUBILEE evening Instruction, consists mainly of 0 a. m; the Lawtey bus leave STEW 47C

_ on Kingsley Lake. the children the school at 8:13: Llbh .*
acquainting with the : ; and the Brookerbus ,
_ Don Barry and Mary Beth Mrs. Dorothy Addislon. daugh. BACON Lb. .
out-of-doors and leaves the school -
The members enjoyed delightful giving them
_ Hughes ter of Mr. and Mrs. \V, R. Parrlsh a building Vienna Sausage
of swim, and afterwards a weIner plenty of room to play In. Broken about 8V45.: 22c
_ Aim Shorts and Serial Lake Butler, and Cpl. OttU N.
McKinney. son of Mr. and Mrs.! roast prepared by members of the down into categories It Includes Cooking Out Enjoyed CRISCO, lIb:can 40c Quick Frozen Ready to Fry Headless

Tuen. John McKlnney of Graham, were rafts. with native materials, such I I Assisting the park officials In Bath .
Mon. BarSweetheart 1
_ Sun.. married on Monday. July 18. In as weaving baskets, etc. from conducting the program are Miss WHITING lb. ..

_ July 22. 23, 21 Folkston, an. The ceremony was club.VCTU palmetto fronds, nature trails, Nina Bishop J. C. Hobbs, Larry Soap 13C
Abbott & Costello performed by Judge Cecil Conner, local geology organized recreation Gibson, and Miss Audrey New. Medium BarIVORY
_ IN controlled swimming. boatIng man from BHS. Alva Cook principal Grade A D & D Florida Fresh
Cpl. and Mrs. McKinney left Woman's Christian Temperance
fishing, mapping and guiding at Lawtey is also helping ul| SOAP 9c
Wednesday for Fort Jackson, S. C Union wit have Its regular and camping out. ', Is J. A. Parker, principal at Large 1kg.IVORY. FRYERS lb. -
Man where he will be stationed. -
Invisible monthly meeting in the Tabernacle Bradford Praised 'I'[ Smoker_ t' SNOW 32C ,

Aim Shorts and Latest NeWs rthday Party annex, Friday, July 21 at W. A. CoMwcll." superintendentat Officials of tile program said Regular BarCAMAY Cooked PicnicHAMSIb
__ _
3.30: p.m. Ooldhead. said that Bradford ; that any newcomers will be welcomed -
For Hal Lawson County school officials the : and that SOAP 1
_ Wed., Thur. July 25, 26 were parents needn't, 9C !
FEATURE W. S. C. S. Notice first to accept the park's offer of worry at all sine every phase of DUZ large -
DOUBLE Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson entertained facilities for the program and he the program Is carefully supervised i pkg. 32c

for their son, Hal on his Mrs. H. C. Ritch will conduct thinks It a fine tribute to the and controlled. AU the, P&GSOAP 8c .
Road House fifth birthday anniversary on county. lie said that other counties youngsters need to bring Is their:
_ a mission study book Monday at TIDE large StoreThe
Thursday July 12. for the most part. now have a lunch and bathing suit. At varying pkg32c A P'Food

_____ Ida Luplno and Cornet Wild A color scheme of red, white, 9:30 a.m. In the Methodist education program of one type or another, Intervals a cookout Is held and JOY, regular bottle .

-AND- and blue was used In decorating : building. but none of them In this district I the children are assessed 54 cents 31C Tea Ci.flv.

- the Lawson home for this occa* The regular meeting and monthly -' is as extensive as the one which to cover the cost of the food. All GLIM, for dishes 31c Great Atlantic and Pacific:I .

Call of the Forest slon. Candy suckers dressed as business session will follow. Bradford County has In operational j you have to do to become enrolledIn RAB.O CLEANSER. E. O....... Cufr:: d. .

______ With Robert Lowery dolls, were given as favors. Ooldhead. the fun Is to meet the bus at 12c 300 East CallAll -
Luncheon will be served at OerbM Strained
I About 28 of Hal's young friends | noon 1 I The program Is open to all children OilS of the peaces named andyou're tb"*" !!

J'enjoyed this occasion with him. I following the meeting. from the fifth through the on your way i BABY FOOD tOe prlrmi in this ad guarastefd
J nrday, July 21st.JUL .

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---- I II h., HIM publication h.\i-i-of of
William L. (Billy, Smith : Funeral Services tiitl< f 1,1,. thi, lulm will bv ,''h-I
Schools '
Bradford County .M' tl I stmiil.H ..t l.liniintlnH Up To $79
one of four men selected from th Held Monday ,Hu i _'nh ilnv uf .Inly 1'TilKiiRfii .
University of Florida ROTC unU (-. dm"..0, A d in r.

to take special six weeks course Have New Supervisor I For Mrs. Bryan 7120[ 4t *,10 Your

at the Army Finance School Ft 'u'i'lt'I'l'I' Trade-In On
2 .. \\ hen. It May 4onterns
new Minnie Bryan, 68, Route ,
Benjamin Harrison Bradford has a Mrs.
IndianapolisInd. County This IN to nil whom 'It may en.I'tI -
supervisor of public schools. I Starke. died at her home Saturday o". that I hiivi- rll.." my Final Kf- .

IN THE N S Mrs. Errol Alvarez and her He is Dr. W. J. Woodham Jr. _'. I afternoon following a brief Illness. County lurn, with, ami,County will on Judite thw of SOt h 1-trMdfurd day. of OLD RADIO

4 mother Mrs. Laura Johns, have whose appointment In, this CapaCity She was a native! of Baker County AuiruHt. 1AM apply for Final. 11charge "- .
-- I 1. and had resided In Bradford Countyfor a* Kxecutrlx: uf the Ktalc
returned home after a two weeks became effective July
I'MIssLouise Stern and her houseguest : H of I p, A. Johaniton.
V Hazen and visit with Mr. and Mrs. Richard To him belongs the distinctionof the past 50 years. ThU let publication July 20th
ex v Nell Combs visited
Miss ,
andG.Strayhornand McGuire in Orlando. the first man Surviving are her husband. mi. /
; Jimmy, I beingprobably ; Htirtinnnn.Kxvrurlx .
ar.d Foster Memorial on Loyree.
the Stephen Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and connected with Bradford County Benjamin L. Bryan; three daughters ..r the Kntata nt I

and Mrs Tuesday. Miss Stern and Miss son Jack are visiting relatives In schools, holding a doctor's degree.Dr. I II Mrs. Ruby Mabel Thorntonand 1'. A. JohanMon.. 4t SilO|
Lynn visited Miss Alice Loest in
ry Wlldwood Combs Georgia this week. Woodham is a native of Mrs. Thelma Lee, both of '

eli! of MrandMrsf : Jacksonville and made a sight Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White Sr., Alabama, having been born therein Starke and Mrs. Inca Wilson >. T'KN the j
ot that
to and St. Notice Is herahv given
etJ Tampa
Gainesville, ons. seeing; trip Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. White Jr August of 1913. However his Waldo; two sons, Nolan and Fred Clama and I"e.'uht'atr Flan

Petersburg on Friday.Mr. and son, Bobby Miss Carol White family moved to Pensacola In 1918 I Bryan both of Starke. (',....ml..lon of the State of FloridaIn I
Mrs. L. Test of Fort official ..ellnlt' held In TallnhakHee -
and A. held at I "
and Mrs. where he attended the public Funeral were
T R'tch) C. W. Savage and daughters Florida, Monday, July
Miami N. Pierce visited Rev. and Mrs. Yvonne and Anne of Jacksonville ''schools: and graduated from Ern- 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the l 6t. hm cloned Bradford County 111'1
wereJfuests the weekend.Mr. I of deer and turkey.
Swlndall over with the tMklnsr
Homer and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boone and I[ list Ward High School in 1933. I graveside In Dyal Cemetery lien I... Mcr.auchlln. 1> """'
Rltch Mrs Ritch and Mrs. Qarl Mathews of, children, Ben, Jr. and Joyce of In the period from 1933 to 1945, Rev. W.. E. Hall officiating. She (lame nml Kreh Water FlahCommlaelon. '
!Ir. and Starke and Patsy and Dennis I I I member of the Baptist .
Diane' ren -! Jackson, Tenn. visited the Stephen I Dr. Woodham served as teacher I was a It
tighter I Mathews of Neptune Beach returned I the Es- I Church.
Monday night. Foster Memorial at White Springs i| and assistant principal In
?, Friday from two weeks'ivacation _
1 la in the Sunday afternoon.Mrs. cambia County school system for Pallbearers were Ancll Grlffls 'C"U'Jo1 'i'() A('('KIlit &

Durdeu I' In Westgrove, Iowa Eugenia D. Worley of six years and principal of Brutt Newn Burney, W. R. Conner, E. C'lrvult Court. llrailfwril Cuuntr*
Tampa. ; .
illn ,
1 PlorltlHi' In 4 hnnrIry.t'reI.riek
1'1 there Mr. and Mrs. Mathews
E Jordan, of Willie Aiken, S. C. and Mrs. H. L McMilllan Junior High School for four years. L. Sweat, Freeman Hodge, and W I'IAX. riHlntlff, ViUaura -

q. L jti I of Mr. and I III attended the School.50th reunion of the of Columbia S. C. arrived I i I He received all three of his de ] Zary Crawford. Mnrl Sax liefemliint.Cane. NO.. 8B53Notice

Mrs. Carrie Westgrove Tuesday, to spend several days grees from the University of Florida j Interment was in Dyal Cemetery '1'.. Aftltrnr.
Ann Darby on Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis were with their brother-In-law and sis having received his Bachelor! 1>R. W. J. WOODHAM: under the direction of Key-McCabe To: Laura IMnrliSax, whim 1..1.ldonca IM.J."

I In Palatka Monday on business ter Mr. I of Arts lu education in 1913, his I I.. Unknown.
and Mrs Claude Crowson. I Funeral Home Jacksonville You an horiby notified thnt a
Harding return- and visiting friends.Mr. Mrs. R. M. Lee and two sons I Master of Arts in Education in Breadth of Educational Oppor i milt for l>lvorc has henn filed NEW 1951PHILCO _

Sunday, : and Mrs. Jesse Newsome Bobby and Alex left Tuesday by : 1946, and his Doctor of EducationIn tunlty The work contains two OAK1) (u.' THANKS (against, and you ale In the and above you art nninvdVnirt TVgtilrnd -

and children, I have as their guests this week plane for their home In Greenwich Feburary, 1951. During the important phases; a teaching to serve a copy of your an-

Line jjuciii:(returned home I i Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McCall, of I Conn. They have been the I school terms of 1946-47 and 10n48 technique for measuring the scope For the kind attention and expressive on"w.r tli*or riulntlffK pleadings. Allorney.to the complaint'lI"y "Hrl.dnn I.

latter a weeks visit I Deerfleld Beach. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowl. he served as supervising prin- of education and a formular which floral trlGTitea bestowedby Hnldfh. Ftiilhllna'* I'aytonaKnarh .

lids sister, Mrs. T. i Miss Patsy Benton Is spending lng Sr. for the past month. cipal of the St. Cloud schools in was developed to compute school consoling friends! and relatives original, Florida In the and office tile of the the

I the week In Gainesville with her Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Wade St. Cloud Florida. He then returned costa In terms of education opportunities Olark of the Circuit Court on or before 4 4 _
I Valdosta. brother Benton. them during our bereavement, we ex the SOth day of Auvunl. litSl'otherwise
W, T, Jackson and Gene returned home after spending their to the University In 1948 i provided. Both of the allairatlone of sal.
-s Sunday at Keystone I Miss Mary Rivers Stubblna was vacation with Mr. Wade's brother on a fellowship to work on his together are used as a means of tend profound thanks. Bereaved (omrtlnlnt will be taken as con

the guest of Miss Frances Caldwell and family In Brunswick, Ga. doctorate.He measuring criteria for school size family of Mrs. S. R. Johns, Sr. fonnrd Thin by notice you. shall be published. p 4 _

L. Charles Hardy at the State Farm on Sunday Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave i is a member of the Missionary The principles developed are now on... pitch week for four connemitlveweek
Frances returned with Rivera used In a national study In the nradford County TelaJSTaph.
Thursday In Mary Paulk at Crosby Lake Shores Baptist Church the Masonic being I
[ spent on Monday for a few days' social fraternity and will probably be published In'' NOTICK TO APPBtn July, 1 C1. p _
Theta Chi
last weekend .were Pfc. Roswell Lodge, !. rirralt Court Bradford {'...tr, nu.et thiS IHtli day of S
_. H. H. Williamson visit.Mrs. C. Paulk of Camp Atterbury, Ind. Phi Kappa Phi scholastic fraternity a digest form this fall FloridI In C.......,'. (OFFICIAL Clerk ItFA: :of I.the) A.Circuit 3. Thomas Court. _
i, I rum Hominy, I'ntti-r, rinlntirf vs.
said that he
LoweU Matthews and Mrs Dr. Woodhsm .
and other edu Clerk.T20
of Rome, Ga.. Miss Lucynette Paulk of Orange. numerous Howard 'nut Conor .renet."t.l Py Myrtle T. Denver Deputy
Mr.( and Mrs. Tom Virgil Mathews of Neptune Beach burg. S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford cational organizations. Though anewt'omer anxious to earn the cooperation of Can No. 8111 | 4t SIlO| iyyr (
visited Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathe-va educational teachers In the county and will Notle. To Appear '
to the county _
week.eth Paulk and of Pearson Ga.
few days this son Mr. Toi Itowartl I'uiil (Cottar whim 1XOTICM TO APPHAU
Voss. of KJngsisiting last Saturday. and Mrs. Edison Paulk and children system, he is no newcomei cooperate as best he can with the rvllnt-. 'let! car. of Hup,,rlnt..nd..nt, In rirr.H Court llrnafvrd ('o..t,.,,
Miss June Patel visited Mr. and to Starke. He moved here three civic organizations sponsoring Ward IS. Veterans HuHpltal, 'J'u.ca. Florlilei. I" C'neaeerjr.Nornin .
\' Mr. and Mrs.tut. of Jacksonville and Mr. and lonna, .Alubanm. Jeanotte Merrlman.' Plaintiff,
Mrs. M. B. Gallaway, of Daytonaon Mrs. Brooks Paulk and family of years ago and commuted back and educational functions.Dr. You are hereby notified. that a v.. Robert Slater Merrlman.' r>efendant .
Boone and Monday.Mr. Lake City. forth to the University while his Woodham succeeds Mrs. null for rilvnrr' .ml other rullef ha. Ca. No. 8554
I. Floyd tmrn fllril vnlnnt you In the BboVMnnm Nollee Tn Appear.
Jackson, Tenn. are and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee returned Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boone and wife taught school here. Jessie Young who will henceforth <..l Court uml cause ami you ..rcrluired To: Robert Hlaii-r Merrlman.' KT
Saturday morning from a be in of a class of to serve a copy of your an- Die! HUH" tlliera., AK ta. rio| Fleet
nd O. %V. White this children Ben, Jr. and Joyce, of His doctor's dissertation was charge war or uloaiilna- the complaint' on Pont Office, Norfolk, Vlra-lnla.
two weeks' vacation at their St. Jackson Tmin. are visiting Mrs.Boone's ,written on "The Relationship Be. "exceptional children not capable the Plulntim' Attorney. Wayne N.Itlpl..y You are hereby notified that a

on returned to Hope Augustine Beaccottage.\ parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. tween the Size of Secondary of doing regular academic workin ,126 Klorlila Lynch Hnd llilllillnw fllx I thonilwlnKl JnrkxonvlIlK -- milt other. for Plvorne relief award him of been child filed and

;al on Monday for a Mr. Ewell Lawson returned W. White. Schools, the Per Pupil Cost and the the elementary school.) In tile office or I no n..rk of the ita-alnHt vou In the above named
Thursday from a visit through Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour aud circuit I Court on or bofnrit, th* jtnth Court. and raiiMH. and you are re
rtnv, of AuiruHt lull I otherwise the quired to serve n copy of your an
rs. R J. Davis were Aburndole, Winter Haven and family left Saturday morning fora 13 Delinquents all""llilln.I of mild, Cnnipliilnt I .I will jiwer or pleadings to the complainton
Jack- Miami. week's motor tour In the b.. taker B* confessed by you.This (the rialntirf'a: : Attorney .
In Carolinas

R. J. Tatums I Frank T.anflrum., Htarke, Florida .n4file
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Ogden of.Pompano and Virginia.Mr. HAMPTONBy Listed By Local serb notice wnek" for shall four ba onnancutlvaw publishedonce the orfirlnnl In the office of ther'lerk

y.lie' )', of Tallahassee spent Friday and Saturdaywith and Mrs. Guy Reese Mrs Draft Board In the Bradford County '1'.1.- fore' the of the Zfllli Circuit day of Court August" on or 19&1 be,

f after a two weeks'fr. } Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dowling Janie H. Avery. and A. R. Cars- Mr's. M. C. (Sweeney! srui. ;
and Mrs. R. Sr. They were enroute home from well spent Sunday at St. AugUstine Thirteen men are now on record (OFFICIAL SKAT) A. J. "Thnmim, Complaint remind lir you.will he taken- aa con- 145 $ 23995

p'l Blowing Rock N. C. Beach. HuUUt| \V.M.ir. ;MeetIng with Local Board No. 18 In Starkeas IV Myrtle Clork. T. I lm of'AV'I the Circuit'ei'uty i Court.elm. .k Thla notice shall he published sop1.
Mr: and Mrs. C. L. Stockwellof once eflch week for four ooneecutjveweek
'hampion/ left Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and The Woman's Missionary Union being delinquent, according tc 7ao| 4t MilO In the Bradford County Tele- SCREEN Plus Ta*and Wo..o": ",
hand in Statesboro Kustls were guests of Mr. and children have returned from a twoweeks' met in the home of Mrs. K. B. Mrs. Rhoda Dampier, chief clerk
Mrs. R. J. Davis enroute IVOTIC'll TO APPrltll "rnnted this. tRlh day of Jute IDSI! nation'svalue
recently i the
vacation In Ozark Ala. i Watterson on Thursday afternoon She said that part of these men In ClrroH Cnnrt. llrndford Count r, (OFFICIAI, BRAI,) A. .T. Thom ". PHILCO 1601. It's
to North Carolina. i I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epper"" in of last week with 13 members have been ordered for inductionbut Florida, In hnncerr* Clerk of the Circuit' Court, sensation in full-quality.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen, and Mary Sue spent Sunday In I present.Mrs. have moved since giving the NlrholilM Murlit KarnkatHnnl I IXtlopiillloK I'elopmilon Plaintiff IOu-VI. rV. :Myrtlo T. Denver, ricputv 4t Clerk. 16-inch televUion! Yes exclusive
720| MilO|
E E Jr. and son J. Roy, left Saturdayto Jacksonville as guests of Mrs. Ep. D. W. Johnson was in draft board their old address and fondant... .. 1'hilco Halancpil Beam picture
Brown-I! JS hr. 'I' Appear, of viewing
spend two weeks In the person's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. charge of the devotional, and pray. failed to notify the board as to To: !Maria KutHkatannl elopoii- brings new heights!
t FREE Removal lee cottage at St. Augustine Beach.I' L.' Richard. er was offered by Mrs. Don Hill. where now be reached. II,... who. residence and nddrexa In: enjoyment. no blur or smear
Friend will be Interested toi can 1A4 "Thaalatroii J'iraeun (ranallmu- And new Philco Custom-Duplex:
ippled, & Worth. The Misses Jo Ann Slade Program topic was "To Them continue to be nIt). Oreera. WELDING
Should these men super-perform
Mules know that Mrs. W. G. Halle Underwent Sandra Johns Jackie Hobbs, Jane That Are at Ease". You are hereby notified. that n Chassis
Horses, an operation In RiverIside classified as delinquent they are Suit for Annulment has been filed ance even in weak signal areas.
Richarde and Linda Johns left Mrs. Eddie Allen was appointed
subject to prosecution when found analnut you In the above named Sue it now-tlw Model 1601.
Hospital Thursday. I Monday to attend the Methodist leader for the next meeting which Court and rauaa and you ara raqulror -

32 Stark Chas. H. Quick is a patient In Youth Camp In Leesburg.Mrs. will be held In the home of Mrs. she added. However, they may .4 pleadlns to .n.' to a copy the ot your an.w.r \ .
clear their delinquency by con- on the '
St. Luke's Hospital where he was Janle H. hostess Mary Blrt. tip Plaintiff Attorneys '.
was lOviin
Avery "
WAYS COMERenderers i operated on the first of the week. to the Canasta Club on Tues. Mra.'atterson, served her tacting the local board at once Law Evans and Nun I n Kvmm. Jr.. 103 ,JQW 't .$Y ':t fM .!,
who knows their KxchnnNa KulMlnir, Jackson .
or having anyone .
G. Davis Jr.I \
and Mrs. H. ,
Mr. daynlght. guests refreshments at the closeof ville Florida And file tha original
and son Gregory of Tallahassee! Sally Ann Epperson and Shi the meeting. whereabouts' contact the board In the nfflra of. the Clerk I of the
also said that the sheriffs of Circuit Court on befora
She or the Kith GoodBARGAINS
INC.ing are spending the weekend with] of Mr. and Mrs duv Two _
Ann Smith spent the first of the Recent visitors both Bradford and Union Counties of AliaMlot" lout; otherwise the We offer the people of Starke
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis. J 'week at Kingsley Lake as guestsof Oscar Davis were Mr. and Mrs allea-ntlona. of Raid Complaint, will'
have been mailed lists of the dalinqbent be taken an ronfeHMed by .
Mr; and Mrs. J. 'D. Braden of I Anne and Mary Agnes Mat Venton Thompson of St. George, men's names and will This notice hall ha published kind vicinity one of the) roost
I Jacksonville were recent guests i thews. Ga. and their son, Horace Thompson once curb week for four eoimerullva.
pick them If possible weak In the Urndford. ... .
lot Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez I who has returned from up County .1. modern and finest
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby have just Cra ph. equipped in Trade-In
and Mrs. Laura Johns. !, had as their guests for the past Japan. He and his wife. Dorothy Those listed as delinquent and Tinted thin 11th day of .)ulv. 19ftl. _
their last known address (OFFICtAt, MEAL) A. J. Thorn, .
: welding
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barbour' few days Miss June Dansby, of have now gone to Austin, Texas are Clerk of the circuit Court shops anywhere.Al T-V SETS
8LISHMET and family of Saraaota spent last' Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Dansby and where he will be stationed at an Lake Butler--Jlminle Lee Krupa Py Myrtle T. heaver, Deputy Clerk ) Work Guaranteed _

weekend with his parents, Mr. and children accompanied June to the army base. Pvt. James A. Davit Cornelius Son Davis/ Wooley C 71111 4t 8110

UMP Mrs. R. H. Barbour at Kingsley, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dans has returned to Camp Edwards, James Taylor William Jacob, I MOTICM' SMITH'S GARAGEAND

Lake. Mass after week's Richard FUioadra and Isaac Wash. Noti'.., IN C. H. Nasworthv
by, of Perry, on Sunday. spending a hereby .vlven to ,all
NEERINGST. Mrs. W. L. Turner of New Miss Mary Frances Hazen of leave with his parentn. ington; Lawtey -- Tommie Lee creditor tate PMIIh: and Vnn rlalmnnta of the 70:.- MACHINE SHOP _

Smyrna Is spending this week I Brooker visited Miss Marcia I Sue Morris of Pompano spent Johnson; Ralford--James Wesley that you are to file Aletlna your,Htatementii dei-enned Temple; Ave. Starke Gen. SuppliesStarke
CORP. with her brother-in-law and sister Hazen early this week. last week In Hampton with her' Douglas James David Holmes and of account, or claim. with the
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McNcill. and Mrs. Ben Henry Lee McDonald; Starke- .I"dor" of Hradfnrd County
Mrs. M. F. Brown and Florence grandparents within eight calendar month Fla.
from _
endricks Ave. and John ScottSr. ,
Mrs. Andrews Grady and her the Raymond
drove to Tallahassee Sunday Saxon. Sue Is spending sum-

ville, Florida mother, Mrs. Russell Bosko, of Mrs. Brown returned home on mer In Starke and on K Ingulf. y .; Worthington-Thomas Waltei 1- "

Barberton Ohio are visiting Rev. Monday and Florence remainedto Lake with her sister, Mrs. S. G Anderson.

S and Mrs. S. J. Grady. attend Music Camp. Denmark.Mrs. Anyone who knows wtiere these

Mrs. A I. Covlngton returnedto Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas visited Lynn Hall spent last Thursday men can be located Is urged tc -

egisteredSrRYEYons her home In Paducah Ky. Fri Mrs. Virginia Bushing who is In Valdosta, Ga. attending tc contact the draft board In Starkeas TI4n -

day night after spending sometime in Alachua County Hospital on I bulsnessi. soon as possible MONTHS SUPPLY

L ENGINEERS wltb her son and daughter- Sunday.Mr. I Norma Jean Jones Is visiting

in-law. Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Covington. and Mrs. Billy Dowling and I her cousins In Jacksonville this CARD OF THANKS! I /6

family were guests of Mr. and week. We want to thank each and ) e e GAS GIVEN FREE

Mrs. Bill Lane. of Heilbronn.. on Mrs. Alberta Hodge and chil- _
Sunday. dren of South Carolina have been everyone _who was so kind and

I. D. Wells and daughter. Ira I guests of her sister Mrs. Douglas for the many beautiful flowers In i: 0 WITH YOUR PURCHASE

THEATRE Mae and Mr. Barfield and son, Hardy.Mr. the loss of our wife and mother.

STARKEI Johnny, of Atlanta. Oa. were i and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaughspent -The Bryan family. _

guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Me- Sunday in Deland with the of TAPPAN GAS RANGE
Rae last week. Olen Bedenbaughs. They were Adding Machined and Portable any

- Dedicated To Community Service accompanied home by their little Typewriters ..>! Mrs. A. H. Harley, Sr., Mrs. Al ew- -
"Movies Are Better Than Ever" I, grandson Larry .who will remain ford County Telegraph IN OUR STORE I
Harley and Mrs. Bill Dowling were
with them for two weeks' visit.
day, July 21FEATURE Sun., Mon. July 22, 23 shopping in Jacksonville Wednes Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van Alstlno ''HI.InnerTone". I ". ..---.-. -
day. I --.
LE LAUGH of Cocoa spent the weekend here --
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SURPRISE"; 5' Mr. and Mrs. Francis Crawford I with their daughter Mrs. Fred : PraisedBy Alt you do is select your '- _" '
and daughter Merry Beth, and Whidden.
OF THE Miss Lucille McRae People
are visiting'
VEAA __ ::1 relatives In Atlanta Ga. and Glasgow I Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.Beach Clyde were Rahme visitors of Ailing For Years Tappan Range Make the -' OO,,

this week. :
'Sh.mr..kLISON Ky.
I here Saturday and Sunday. minimum down
fA11NGI Mrs. W. G. Halle underwent Folks who've J>een ailing for payment, ,,

operation at the Riverside HAKE SALE years and have tried just about

al Thursday. HosPlt'j everything under the sun report and we will supply you

51$ ( SEASONII The Senior Choir of the Starke,'amazing benefits from the first _

I Methodist Church will have a Bake with Gas (or the Next Six e" _
AYDENI II Abbott And CostelloIn I bottle of INNER-TONE. Relief _
I I Sale on Saturday morning July
GENETIERNEY-JOHNIUND comes at once to sufferers of nervous _
New Comedy I 21 in front of the Slade Gas Company Indigestion. heartburn and upset Months WITHOUT Cost. I
Phi.. "Voice of Turkey" Cartoon office on Call Street accord-
stomachs while INN E RTONE's -
V I'I I and Latest News At Park Theatre Ing to an announcement received work -
I Iron goes right to _
from G. Bake
Mrs. S. Newcomb
Tuea., Wed. July 21. 25C Bud Abbott and Lou Costello{ Sale Chairman. Assisting with building up your starved blood and

cc MCIIUSIITi co-star In "The Invisible Man",I the sale will be Mrs. Albert Lee Its vitamins soothe and feed your TIllS SENSATIONAL OFFER GOOD MONTH OF JULY ONLY I _
their latest comedy picture which]I Miss Pat Slrg and Miss Judy jangled nerves. INNER-TONE
the new liquid tonic made fromNature' .
Park Theatre Sun-
: opens at the Green. Proceeds orthe sale will

day and continues through Tues,: go Into the orgsn fund for the new and Vitamins'. herbs' B-l fortified, B-2 with and B-6 Iron addition to the above we will LIST PROSPECTS BELOW 1

Methodist Church. give you ABSOLUTELY FREE
tXD ; day.The Miserable feel better
people soon
story concerns Bud and Lou one SEUV-A-TKAY & CHILL --------..-----.---------------- --
all So don't on suffering!
!See the NEW REMINGTON over. go
AEPuBti4 detectives who try to I
as private: COMBINATION SET for each
,1 Get INNER-TONE at KOCH drugstore -
PICTURE --. himselfof Portable Typewriter at the Brad- -----
Arthur Franz clear -------------------- -
help ford today. (Adv) pronpect you turn in to us' to whom'

OHN WAYNE a. murder charge.necessitates The fact| County Telegraph. I we Mil a range. Thin set retails --______-----____________.:__ I _
that Franz Is'a .
for $12.95 but will cost you noth. '
PlM."Wh Hoppened" Comedy a Lou becoming a fighter with Bud I I
ing if wr sell to the -------------------
' you
Latest New* as his manager. _

4'vtry The fact that Franz gives himself SPECIAL NOTICE give us. ______________________________ I

Thur., Fri. July 26. 27 a hypo which makes him Invisible -

.. through most of the story: MAIL OR BRING YOUR LIST OF PROSPECTS TO I _

....... .. .. brings further grief to Bud and ,I Starlings Grocery
Lou and assorted heavies including -

_\\"'GLJND Sheldon Leonard.At .
VAJS.cajg rs SLADE
fIN luIr, the end, Franz Is cleared of GAS CO.Phone
ruk '( \ the murder charge and reunited
)1 .
''' played by TELEPHONE NO.
a -' .IJI'' with his sweetheart,

. 14 -uI.- Nancy Guild. 121 East Call St. Starke, Fla.w I

Gentr Plus "8-Bsll Bunny" Cartoon "Jl"That's Pencil SharpeoDe"w..a '
Midget .. .-----J-
Comedy Brad -
HU ,, for home use. Only $1.83.- I -

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4 To The District, and Area Tournaments

Alllerican Legion Junior Baseball

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::, TROPHY POST 56 WON i JULY 24 25 26


: THE STATE LAST YEAR _' 6:00: P. M.
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.: .Come Out To All The ._ AREA TOURNAMENT

: I I Games And HelD Our :: 'jj4i jjj JULY 31 AUGUST -1-1 2I 2

Starke Bovs Win\ First BRADFORD PARK

( I Place This Year S 6:00: P. M.

, Al K. Carlisle J. W. Andrews A. J.Thomas, Jr. .
:\ ... Manager/ Ford Motor Co.COSPONSOU. Commander Post 56 t 1 *
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BARKSDALE'SDEPARTMENT Build For The Future By Supporting
Junior Baseball
' FOR THE FUTURE t Junior Baseball
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J ., ,, ", When Building for the PresentLet
It Deserves Your Us Supply Your Needs r

". Compliments
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CHEVROLET of BUILDERS SUPPLYCarl Jones-Langford-White Post 56


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I Forget The Rest
: Sponsoring


Had the Opportunity to
We are Proud to Have .
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Furnish this Team with \\1 I
Our Post 56 Juniors
Wilson Sporting Goods
; {We{ Feel That In This Way We Are Helping To Build Up A
BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. I Fine, Strong,Morally Upright Class Of Young FLORIDA FUEL

S : : Men Who Willlle{ Capable of Taking ..,... ..
n : I Over And Running This-The Finest r ..": V", -_-.
: Country In The World-When
Our Best Wishes AreDARBY'S I.. .
; ; Their Time Comes. Compliments I
With The Team I! o.I And Best Wishes

MARKET I Charley E. Johns Agency

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1. ., We're Post Pulling 56 Juniors For You I I H I ANDREWS MOTOR CO.i.i.I i.I Come Out and Support the Home TeamROBBINS'

J. W. Andrews
Farm Home And Auto Supply I
i The Store of Values
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: American Lesion Junior Baseball H

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First row (left to right): Marvin Brown, bat boy; Arlie Mrllae, Sidney Jackson. liennyMcKae
Edgar Akridge, Tommie Gill, Robert Manning. Second row: Ho I Jack Cat-swell,
Edward Akridge, Thomas Mre. Johnny Kopelousos, "Uucky" Huck. Third row: Byron
New comb, Billie Weldon, Kenneth Tyus, Stanley Clark, Paul Rivers.

We Are Proud of Our Team and Are Betting On, Them to Win the Championship "'}

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CongratulationsFROM It Is A Pleasure To Back Junior Baseball Our Post 56 Deserves Back Our Team!
Builds For The Future Our SupportCOME
Your G. E. Appliance& The Juniors 100 Percent
----See Every Game
Pontiac Dealer Give It Your Support OUT ----

G. J. McGriff f J. R. Kelly Koch Dmy!f Store Alvarez StoreBest Company

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Let's All See Every Game nest Wishes{ To The Team It's A Fact We Have A Good
Compliments Wishes From
In The Tournament ", Team!

Howard's Drugs! Gem JewelryED Sinclair Refining!Co. And It's A'BetterAT Fact You Can Do

and : SIMPSON T.C. HAZEN,JR.Clean .
Prescriptions Seaboard Watch Inspector
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Starke Can Win That Title Compliments OfOpposite Sport Builds Good Men=: : 'I -
Congratulations I Here's Wishing You Ten Home
With Your Support Try Us For Sporting Goods ,
Runs Per Game

C. H. NasworthyGeneral Lawson's Cold Storage it Hf P5 .ItwEt A
PNlwN/ Western Auto Associate i

Supplies And Market The Florida Theatre Florida Power&
PHONE 198 Phone 265 Store light Co.
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Sure To Attend ComplimentsTo
We're To
Happy Support 56 Juniors
The Fourth District Our Post 56 Juniors JUNIORS y
Our Post 56 Juniors
TournamentService FROMColonial We're Belting on You We're With You

STATION Center Florist Slade Gas Co. The Brown Derbv Dam ier's Pool RoomHere's

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Compliments Our Boys We're With You ComplimentsFlorida Hoping

HAVE GOT THE STUFF TEAMDowling For A Big Victory For the
K. G. DuncanAGENT Bank at StarkeMember Starke Team

STANDARD OIL J. P. Roberts Motors Auto Sales Member Florida F.National D. I. C.Group Starke Motor Court


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMNT. Conservation District (,1'\
Bradford County's 1951 tax roll

Slated For FundsThe Is going to be $164,337 more than a ,;' ;c. ,
last year's according to the estimate flhtlir 0.Jt: ;

A. Glockner Stricken While Participating Bradford County Soil Con. __ of values filed by Tax Assessor nil 11. u a C.

nervation District, wt Club Softball Game In Green Cove oUlo i Of
In Lions
1141 operating without fund since its swLs, .... ...' d' .... .. Board of County Commissioners and the 1Iir
III Theodore A. Olockner 41, a resident j man, both of Keystone Heights; establishment la scheduled to receive 4' and the Board of Public Instruc. lAm, ineoR. or Writ..
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died his mother, Mr.. William Glock- .L tion. left the W
of Keystone Heights, a portion of a recent state "' Cam. ot
auddenly Thursday night July 12, ncr of West New York, N. J.; $20,000.At ; .. ;", '. The Board of County Commissioners COO1& "'Ill
totaling n.tllt\l1J
appropriation ,
and have already met as a
softball for the Key three brothers, Frank I However
stone while Heights playing Lions Club In Green George Glockner. all of West New a recent meeting In Gainesville Who do*, this Bak'cr Board of Equalizers to hear complaints fliontre snd, the ,

Cove Spring. Clockner was on York N. J.; five sisters, Mrs. H. O. Clayton, administrator guy think he is. any as to assessments and met allowed to fl IChoci '

second base, having just hit a John Aurlemesa of Albany, N. Y., told a group of directors that way.pourin' roe- again last Tuesday In a special i basil of ) thOlib
_t IJO!
double. Dr. W. L. Musner was at Mr. Frank Schmeltz and Mrs. $20,000 in state funds would be round like this -H-HiE session for the purpose of discus The law IaYI

bat when suddenly Glockner fell Charles Rossi, both of North Bergen available to newly created soil conservation sing next year's budget. i shall t b* baM that

forward and by the time the doctor N. J., Mrs. Eva Brulatt of districts for the purpose Andrew. estimates, this year'I Iaction. ,0 that k

reached him there was no pulse. West New York, N. J. and Mrs of needed machinery. Clayton tax roll at $6,739,535! whereas last won't catch

Glockner was a native of New Lillian Koehllng of West New added, however that these funds : : IT year's total was $6,593,198. He I f unds. thelll'll!:

had resided In Key York, N. J.Funeral would be available only U those C : laid that the gain was due to a During
York City and ., 19M, boa
services were held Sun- soil conservation districts that in values and residential .I
stone Heights for the past year, rct I bet growth new collections |In
; thing B
day In the Community Church of did not receive funds under the : water's S Poor construction.Most .
Jacksonville. ; were the
moving there from 1949 appropriation of the State r Kyle MeMurtryllOT hlghe.t t""
with Dr. Ralph
lie was active In civic affairs and Keystone Heights *- homes are exempt from the I $1S: ,326 04.
Neal officiating. Active pallbearers Legislature. I have her befor. dark. or lii::
was a salesman for Raybro Electrical school bonds voted In recent years,I the BReel8rnenl.
Supplies Inc. of Jackson were Fred L. Elwes, O. A. Brown local lupervlsor, *V but owners of homes assessed at ,

t ville. He wait a veteran of World Robert E. Dlckson, Gordon L pointed out that this district has more than $3,000 must pay debt
Purdy Russell Conner, Richard been .without funds since Its creation
of service service on the..assessments In excess -
Wor II, with 3 1-2 years .
Shaw and W. C. Winslow; honorary and Is therefore scheduled !I of 5000. The only bond W.c

In the European Theatre. pallbearers were members of to receive a share of this money. debt remaining to be paid off that ,
He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. the Keystone Heights Lions Club. I
;. was Initiated before the home
Juanlta S. Clockner; one stepdaughter Interment was In the Keystone Funeral Friday stead exemption act In the county i "DRINK II! TIlt

fj Miss Betty R. Street- Heights Cemetery. I Ia In Brooker. The bond l issue for I ALL t1L0. RIl
For Mrs. ScarbroIn
Brooker school Is still being paid. OF Tire \\ORKl\

:j Rotary Gets Attendance Trophy Dyal Cemetery Last year, the tax levy In Brookerfor TilE CXIXTRT.'
11 g11 I ,, .. of that bond Indebtedness OEOKCE '
fI-: "..-a.o.-.lI.o! ) ofIio ., the paying II'
For Keeps After Third Year On Top Mrs. Clyde Geiger Scsrbro, 34 Well, maybe it was Just the heat- -but this is what our photographer Imagined he saw one day last was 4 mills. (I.'LORID\

IIIJ ', "The died Wednesday. July 11, at her week as two lakes near Keystone Heights were enriched by some 6,000 fingerling bass. The assessment for the county
of his book, I
!''i.: !c The Keystone Heights Rotary Road background to Blthynla."new As In all of r residence, corner 8th and Orange William (BiLl) Baker was an Interested spectator aa 3,000 tiny fish poured Into Lake Geneva, and last year was $155,059 as the I
;I"flj iI Club has won the annual district Sts., in Starke. She had been in Smith.It .
like number went into
' ffi third In his new book. scheduled for re-
for the
attendance award 1 I 111 health for some time. had been added te Lake Geneva since 1939 and marked the ,
IS the physician Is was the first time that fingerlings
", (,1 letter time In to succession past president, according Albert to a St.li-nse Luke.August Mrs. Scarbro was' born Feb. 8, end of a two-year wait by Baker, who originally placed the order He admits he didn't follow the correct @11\1 fttrn @:&1ID7 tf"h.

"t>cir Nelson from past district governor -|' Dr. Slaughter plans to write 1917 In Waycross, Ga and had procedure. Seems he wrote the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission and finally his State Senator. .... _-'",_- ."144i1.. .... .-,.,,,..,--.....-..............,_'.. ,c' ..'
lived in Starke for 21 She --
Leland Hiatt, Since this 1 IS, several more books on early years. However, a person wanting a particular lake restocked should write his senator first-not the -
member of the }Feutecosta
: .i L the third time the club has won Christianity following this one, a was Holiness a Church. Commission The senator will secure the fish from the Commission, Baker says. FOR SAI.R-tl4.room modfrnlxed FOR RENT .. ..

8' the award. they win with It the I job he estimates will take at least The fish you see jumping around In the picture above aren't real, of course. They're Just another home, with pecan tree ehiKlIn I edla' v,' .1. ''ii''
the hnuse and lawn all day. Furniture (ito'. .
for attendance -I nine years. I Surviving are her husband ; T'I'I'''"
Clarence Gay trophy
: I Baker fish story. sold separately, 110,000., )
a trophy which has to be 9. E. McKay president has I Scarbro; two children, Ruth Acreage, cattle and building iota .'I CAI-VKS V 'R !SALF--
t before a club and Edwin; her parents Mr. and for sal separately. Near. town Week lit S t ,
won three years announced the names of the men :Mrs Luc-lna M Wynn BrookaiieApte. I
L : gains permanent possession. The Mrs. Oscar C. Geiger; three brothers ., Broodslde Ranch Beneent left highwli'' .'il j i ,. t I
.ftC .
chairmen of the
will 1951-52 'P.
cup will be officially presented. at who four main serve Rotary as committees dur- Herman, Otis and Home Commissioners Okay Increased. BudgetContinued Knud.4-room East cottage Htark., modernised FOR RENT furnished .: V I net ln
a later date. I Lee Geiger. and a sister lance lawn. Adult. Address

Dr. Frank Slaughter, the well ing the current year. They are: Retha Bennett all of Starke. ( from page 1)) as flbnv.- tfRtttO4 jon WASTE.I! ....
., club service, Bill Siprelle; voca- flee. w' "ik dc '04.I
known author and surgeon spoketo Funeral services were held last RF..IRF."I!
I tlonal service, Al Watson; com- I REPORT OF ESTIMATED REVENUE, ESTIMATED: EXPENDITURES All Make* All Modelsftssonahle with wWAITRESS' 1.
the club at Its regular luncheon I I I Friday morning at 11 o'clock In ... ehsraes gusrsnreditS. pori'n' ,tt I
i meeting Friday concerning the ,( munlty service, Frank Walrath, I Dyal Cemetery with Rev. H RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURESOF GF..ER.L: ..t:,. (. <'. SHE:PitEfli- ) I I7n. T."I.. "
International service, Sala'rles County Commlmloners 1 3.00000 At. .rke Ph. SHU
his previous books, one of the Jr.; and Carslra officiating. Interment was W. tall < WM4'flj
I Huntley Redfearn. Salary Clerk Circuit Court 1,800 00Supervliior Motor i ri an4 0.
main characters Is a physician. tn the church cemetery under the BRADFORD COUNTY of Registration 800.00( WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY CAKES
direction of DeWitt C. Jones. -13 up Orders taken at Dahmer'eGift SMALL FRAME 8tP
Attorney for County Commissioners FOR FISCAL YEAR for Hale S'i I..l. f
CommIssion & Fees County Assessor Taxes 4.50000( Mam!,$ in PhFf

.IIIll II KEYSTONE PERSONAL ITEMS I I Humphreys To Play 1951-1952 Commission S: Fee County Tax. : Collector 4.500.0 MEAT conform MARKtNO to U.INKoua.ante.dtD S. Dept. ot Aarl. >R SAI.R.l.ihl. Npli

I Maintenance A Repairs County Court Mouse 2,00001 culture specifications 'oe. bottle out:
>w etIhl '
9'. Warrant Officer J. 0., Edwin turned from their vacation In Jax VFW Post Janitor -._.??.-__-_ 1,50000 75o. Bradford County T.legrmph ttNEW dice, 121'i' V John TJUn
I July IT, AD. 1951 Lights Fuel and Water 1.500 00 o. JK'I ofi.IPINEAPPLE
Beach. Mrs. who -
| Ewing
Johnson stationed In Nuneabf'rll' Daytona
now Saturday Night The Poard of County Comml.alon.r( of Bradford. Insurance -...-_w.-....... 1,000.00Incidentals LOW PRICE on Remington
cabled that he and his has been in Ohio for about six TEAM
/ I County nut at 1 o'clock P.M. pursuant of the laotr..ular ___._-._ 1.500.00 Adding Machines. Also Reming, l>u., you pink tIm I II
of weeks returned by of Daytona S.C
the aaon way double head- ton Portable Typewriter
wife are proud. parents Humphreys split a Expenses of Election __._ 1.400.00 ml 't if Siirt.ilBiitlT
born last Thursday. Mr.( where! she spent a few days I' er last Saturday night In Jack- meeting with. the followingmembers present Legal Advertising and-Expense 100.00Aotmlnt.trallY. tkem( at Bradford County. Teissi'snh Or- anti

Johnson la the son of Mrs. Lola I with them., .[ sonvllle with The Trinity Baptist : M. O. Harrcll. chairman, Carl Prtvatt, L. L. Reo- Supplies and Expenses 4.00000( LOST, STRAVKDnrrl

Johnson formerly of Keystone. I Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds returned Church team which is currently fro., and Ira WlUon. The Board was. called. to order Indexing -.-_._._ 43000 FOR Hah SAI la irrsss.E-A seed new(crop On per Pensaoola lt>. High colored tmlfT wt J

.:a: Col. and Mrs. McDowall entertained Saturday from a trip to Clearwater -:, leading the Jacksonville Church b jr the chairman Court H4use Furniture and Fixture 3.00000 germination, superior quality. Also 1 yr. .III end' Markrt unrlw I nfnpocr I
: Fees and Costs Clerk Circuit Court 1.800 *< sweet yellow Lupine, bitterliupine. I
i I harold Urlllli'
s%. at cocktail Notify
guests a In with
forty League. compliance Chapter Stilt of the General sweet hIi. Lupine, andcertified '
Mr. and Mr.. John Bird of Maintenance County Jail _-_ 750 00Inquest Ste,IkeWANTEI
party last Thursday for their I In the first the church [.*ws of Florida the Clerk presented. to the Com- Southland Oat. Z W.
game (Cor.) _._
I 300 00Insanity ( '
Washington Okinawa are here on a visit with I tTxmllmn' Idrooker Fin 4lt (' > T<) ) |
daughter Mrs. Roundtree of his mother, Mrs. Ella Bird andI team only secured two hlti from mUnloners the followingtentative budget for the fiscal inquiries -...___.._..._... 200.Of acres more 10.BIT*'
I D. C. She Is here on a three. I i the offerings of Vie Frees, but year beginningOctober i, 111 and endingSeptem* General Welfare _?__.__._.._? II.800.00Tubercular SINnER SKWIVO: Machine. Com. vldnlly "nrV 1.
their daughter Mrs. Andrewson. psnv Lake City Pla. Phone 110
weeks visit. j I 1 R. T. Kennedy of Jasper Ga. six errors helped them win th<< her 10, 19V. which was ordered recorded In the Patients Stats. Sanatorium. 2,00000Operation will .repair your machine In tiptop O"inn I SDH Cnllfpvlllo
Mr. Weeks, who Is back In the game 7-2. of a County Health Unit _____ 4,SOO.00 condition. reasonable. W*
i spent a day or two with his sister, minute of tn; meeting-, Publicityand UN* only genuine Singer parts. W NTEIV-M.le i "I
hospital, la reported Improving.Mr I' Mrs. Tracy Baker. They hopedto The tables were turned In the PirblloImprovements Our service cars will pick up anddeliver Wee'monacO Hl)oIStark. )..
and Mr. Bernkopf left on .1 second however when Free.turned ESTIMATED RECEIPTS service upon ".{IU..t. r.. worklnn n f
do some Ixhlng. Chamber b '
where, ? Commerce 600.00 New Singer machines are available nod couple by atM
Tuesday for Ashvlllo, N. C.
Some very good catches have the pitching chores over tc GiEn1. F\'D: Amount Payable Under. Chapter 24t84 on reasonable term. Uood Im uni'a i

they will spend the rest of the been reported lately. Percy Frick who allowed only fiv hits Occupational Licenses _._..______$ 100.00leverage CVf>. 430 of 194T 450.00County necessary. WrlH. RIc
j I FOR RENT-Furnl.h.d 1-room apt., > MOT ;itt;11 I .h.k' "
I Sullivan and party caught 90 j Frees had a perfect game at the Llcennea ___.-____?__. 50000 Agent Salary' A Expense' __ 3,000011 separate entrance pvt. bath hot
Bob Morgan celebrated his bream and ha.l a fish fry July 15. [ plate while "playing as a catcher Horn Demonstration Agents Salary & and cold water sad lights furnisheit FOR SALE- -Large t"
lacing Commission Funds t5.0,0 00
eit Temple Phone 54 It Ihrx IK. I
._ ._ containing
17. Expense
i eighth birthday Tuesday July [ Dr. Haynea and party brought In and hit two honieruna and twc 1,70000Demonstrative lot sit.First .
I tallroad. Telegraph ft Telephone Licenses 400 00 large corner
t Thirteen guests were present and I a very nice catch of speckled singles in four times at bat. and Illustrative Materialand FOR #ALE-500 chick Bty PapUt Cbi-H
had a good time swimming playIng IntangIble Taxes --__.__ 100.00 Girls Short Course ._._ gno 00 131) and T-8 ft. Feeders $ 14,000. A. J. Thomuiistrator.
perch.Mr. This Saturday night again wLl'find Current Taxes (10 mills, ) __ 44.40115 4-H Club Camps (Olrls) to 00 Q. Abel. R 1, Box 76. M.I1rood.1 .
1 genies and having a picnic j i ? ??
and Mr. Dona have moved ) Humphreys at LackawannaPark '.H Club Camps (Boys) _.._ 5000
Other Revenue Receipts ___.___.. 60400
Into their
home Jacksonville the '
new In facing Salaries and Expense County Service

:Mrs. BUrrh has left for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Siprelle and ] Gator Post of the Veterans of Candidates' Filing Fees -.-_______ 1,00000 Officer --____________.-___ 2.1 lift OK

h. in the North. She will spend sometime three of the children went on a Foreign Wars who are currently Hospital Expenses: for Indigents _._ 4,0"7 23

In Pennsylvania and Ohio. < camping trip this week. on the' holding down second place in the TOTAL ______________-,.____| 8S.701 19 Reserved for Contingencies .- 974 go

p i The Pant-born family have re- Oklawaba. Jacksonville City League. 5% of Total __________i__i .r' -. 8.13B06 PORTRAIT STUD!
TOTAL BUDGET ____________u____1 59.6HS.09

II'iI1 FIRST GROUP OF LEARNERS START AT NEW FACTORY I Total I.... 5% deducted ____ ___ 89.J460 noun \\n unman M %IXTFVVCKRoad rr\n Hallmark Greeting Cardstvediting

..... Ca.h nalanr carried over _____---. NONI5' Tax Due and Payable to Incorporated .

., .-. .- TOTAL BUDOBT _____ .._ .-___ 59.588 OSPI'MII Municipalities. within
the. County ___--________________,| 6.000 00
110ll tll HHIDtr.K ..U'CPJ Salaries for Road Maintenance. Crw____ 20.20000 und
. :' : Rai'lnir Commission Funds ________. 25.00000 Repairs. I and I'pkeep of Road Main CommercialPftotoaraphy

..... _____1 i. /1 Surplus nan Ta* ________________ 11.00000 tenanc Equipment _____________. 1.00000
'' .' I _, Seventh Cent Gas Tax __.._____-" _- 11000.00 rinsollne and Fuel Oil for Road Machinery 4 ooo no

.f".f"i.' 'I" Other Revenue Receipts ____________ :soooSH. rurchaia. or Nw Equipment _4_._____ 10,00000 (dualityPhoto

; J. Current Tax (I mill) --________ 40 I' Insnranc ___u_____________________.?.__ 1.500.00 KlHUhlng. I
: ';n"I'I" Timber and other Materials for nrlilge

.1 TOTAL ___________ .___________ T3.810 A9 and Culverts ______-...??.___... 1500000
t :JJ:" : : 6% Total _________uu____::..._> 1.19453 met Right of Ways for Proposed Roads.. 2.500 on 103 W. 'all St. Stmrke Flo.

) "'n.truetion of Dralnag. Well ._________ 2 son 00

i .'o..J _._" ,*: tii#} Total I.-M. 5% .____________,,--_______ TO.IJfl II Incidentals ---_________.__,____--__.., 1.00..n Roscoe B Photographer&ATTENTION <

'. Cnrh Tlalanr Carried OVKI-- ______ ___ NflNIOTOTAl. Reserved Contingencies ___.__________ 494 IS Uington,
,, 'q .. ,, I .. ., "" ,:: 1............";..",,,.... .

': ( ............ .... '. ;; ( f1l'nOET ____.____.S 70.19416l'4TFn1e'r TOTAL RtTDnET -1 70,19414 1

,, tv .n "KI'O .U'D) ITFRR'T, An l'trn:

... "fi: 'J T" rurrenl Taxes (15 mill) .____..,.,__. (,64017 Outstnnrllng, Certificate of Payment

; .. '. ,. 5"of Total -______________,,,____ 33301 Maturities -_______________________9 7.85000 !
.. ;. ........ TRUCKE
-. '. Reserved for Contingencies. ..._.________ 41711KIOKIIO $ ]
: .' Total L.. 5%- __,_.?_.,______ 9.317 II
/ ....4 J. TOTAt ___
------ --------.9 1.0)7.41
Cash Ralanp carried over _._____ 1.7TO HI
TOTAL Bl'[>QET --- ----. 4.00715 FI'I' A.n ronrriTfRr: rrnFnlarr ALL
II .
and F i> Pro-mputlna-Attorn-

, 1 '-....... __-_r -' ,.....,....... rl'eiO ..," FORFF.ITJRIII. .ITofO: ) Fanil. (Pout. County Julie ____-..... 2.14660 8"1\DO
Fine' and Cost .___ "'*"itOfher .:. ..__| 10.00000 trees. and Co-it ..__
J' ------- Sheriff ? ..__._._ i.eoe TUBES
First of "II
the locally hired employees began train ag last Friday at the new Big Dad Manufacturing Revenue Recelp'ts _____,__________ 1000 11..l1lff.. --____--___--_______.___ _______. 294cc
Co. factory here. In above photo, Slot Slceloff pre .Ident of the company Is shown looking on a* Current Taxes __?____._______________ NONETO'rAf Ph.rlfr* Commission on Fln.* ColUcOd I.44t ."

Lucille Jackson makes a "trial run" on her sewing machine. Others In photo are Pauline Smith, Instructor Other Law Enforcement Agencies ..__ .lMe II. 8:25x20
II I ( standing) Mae Gonzales Bertha Lee Beck and Floy Bell Bennett. Plans call for the addi- _________u__ .__________ 10.t no oo Folding. and Car. of Prisoners ______".. .A** l>1I

1% of Total ___________________ 505.40 Guard. County Jail ._..__...... __
tion of two or three new trainees every few days until the plant gets Into full --- .t.* *"
production. Dungarees, Witness Fees _____u....__._...___ __ .. P
work pants, and sport shirts will be manufactured In the Starke plant. Total Less t"&" _____u_________,?_____ ',19100 Juror. Pay Roll ._ ......___.______I__II *"""e." 4." Now Available at the Right[

Cash FPiiUnr carried o..,r u____-_____ t '.1)00) 00 Reserved. for. Contln.*ncl.. -..._...____ tif .4TOTr.

I nil 'The Mating Season' I FISH'N'S FUNBy lature the non-resident fishing TOTAt. BUDOKT: _____________. 11.591 04 B"DOPT -____________-.1 if If no
I. permit was changed from 10 days STO
I tNtI Stars Gene Tierney I Bill Baker to 14 days and raised in price After careful consideration ot the atlmate ntr.c.lptl August .. A.D 1151 In the fountr Court "...... al PURE SERVICE
and of
Florida expenditures as presented by the to.oo o'clock A.M. for the .
At Sunday ot .
paroo bearing ..
g I Fishing has. been mighty slow from $2.25 to $3.29. In this writer's i'lerk they were approved aa submitted.It .to
the past week. The weather has opinion, that was In was therefore resolved that said estimate a. and complaint from the publlr regarding the ........ radllHn! & Walnut Sts. Starkr.
a move the .. .
"The Mating Season", a new been so hot and close the fish submitted by the Clerk and a. approved by the Board That this meeting shall b* bald Item .4r I* ok,-t.1

topflight comedy Is scheduled for I I must be hiding in the deepest wrong direction. Why doesn't the b. duly advertised by one Issue In the flradfondCounty long a* Is necessary and shall there*.*** t*"ui>* ...
the Florida Theatre this Sunday commission Telegraph In the July 14 Iseue. the budget,
darkest holes In lake. All) came get smart and adopt a copy tt wkf.. sUsJi v. Vt.4: ,
and Monday starring Gene Tier- I the fisherman does every is sit and cook get more revenue? How Hun- It was further Ordered that a meeting held In the office of the Counry ",,"I'.,,' tt* ....-..... ,...._.. DRUGS PROTECT!
and John Lund. Also featured,
himself Into a well done state on dreds and hundreds of visitors tc
In the picture Is Thelma Ritter. Forest Ranger Giren provides a means for the Forest
all sides.I .
Lund'smother. our state want to fish one ADDRESSES TIMES
who plays the part of John day.
Service to ALL
I I I' In, spite a few of nice the fish.weather.have however been- They will not pay $3.25 for thlr Safety Driving Award to drive recognize safely. a The driver'iability Na- OF INTEREST I I IMra. Ic : at

The story concerns a number,,I privilege. They do not .want tc For Past Year tional Safety Council Safe Driver *' '
Leamon Norman. of Hell-
of amazing social consequencesthat caught. fish 14 days.It Award represents a high standardof r H. *l I.*, *. 213 Poet Miuiirnus' WE KNOW that pinPJJcuracy
follow the marriage of a bronn Springs, weighed In a 9 3-4 achievement Roa/1" 1 4ne., i>* ,. essential
and Is awarded
Is the opinion of this writer The District Office and! fresh potent drugs are .
pounder. He was caught on s of the FlorIda ,
to society Lt. L*<, M. Jrdim IS
minor factory employee a only to outstanding drivers. In n |$ Mr rink
beauty. The scene Is further I "Lucky 13* after dark. He re-I'' that the state could levy a HOC Forest Service In Lake City conclusion, Lee pointed out that !St.! Ar.,.., M*... '[ Inir prewrfptiona. That is why our pharmac, he(
enlivened when assorted relatives ports fishing mighty slow tax on non-residents for a 24-hour announced* this week that Clarence not every driver Is able to win \it Mice' Alice: JitiM ".,411t1t. m<-, trained l to measure accurately and to doub'cults.

storm the love nest and set up I the sun goes Boatswain down. Hatton of I IChl..f fishing permit. It Is possible that had been U Cooper awarded extension a certificateand ranger and that it is aU la the days work Ponce D eLs., A 0.
house with the bride and hell P
groom. for all forest I
, this could be done service to
In personneldriving
After that follows a rnbtmder-\ I Green Cove Springs caught a big addition tc badge In recognition of 12 to prevent accidents Involving Odds HKba.! Rt :3, ttc PI.Ai' fresh and l potent. You can depend on us

standing about the identity of thegroom's string of 7, weighing on. in at the present 14-day permitAll consecutive months of safe drivingon gross negligence Boot Jwpr, n*. when Illntfltf ntrikes.KOCH .

mother and 5 1-2 pounds. All his beauties fish camps and the Job. The award was presented Mr r.
a temporary sporting driving and violations on the part Mary Itpora.a, RI, J. ,.,,.
breakup of the newly-wed I were caught on shiners from 6.00 goods shops could be given these by District Forester J. of others. 241).4. O l
The picture was directed by, p.m. until dark. H. reports no permit. to aell.Remember Council Frank L near** for Stark.the National. Safety I The total accident free mlUsg 0W, To-XM. Apt, t. 11&1 Hill I SlOB

Mitchell Lolsun and produced by fish moving until late. "fUh late with The driven during the by Ilebbel '"., Js'ke'mslNc. ,
District Forester year
Charles Brackett. I In the last session of the Legis- live bait" for be.t 'e.ults. I pointed I Mr. M It. ,*,*,..., tit ''''111I
out that the Safe Driver Award Ranger Cooper was 30144. 't.. }..,..,,,.,,."- ",, Pie, easer -


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Second Section

Bradford County Telegraph ,


I ... Red Pepper Brings Blackburn Named j'''

FARMER'S I ". I'o Unexpected $500 To Serve As FHACommitteeman I
to the extremely cold' found, This will result In' fewer \ To FarmersThough
It .
winter most of the' screw worm I cases for the remainder 'of the .: (
DIARY larvae In the soil were killed", year with a tremendous saving& ir .. last week approximately
County Agent T. K.: McClane Jr. labor and materials. Farmers are .. -_
By Sam McGarvey advises, "with the result that especially urged to check and i sold at the local farmer market recently been appointed to serveon

The author will be glad to re- Bradford County was screw worm treat all newly born calves as this' after everyone assumed that the the Bradford County Committee

rrlve Item of Interest concerning free during the spring and early Is a favorite host of the screw Crops Dryers Solve Problem Of Curing HayIn season was closed. I ministration of the for Farmers Home Ad
summer However, since June worm fly. Mr. McClane also re R. C. Graham next fiscal
activities of fanner representing a
the In :
A Bradford County. Suggestion 15th, nearly every stock raiser minded farmers that the new Spite Of High Summertime HumidityFlorida canning: concern In Wauchula. has year. State Director William T.
/ maybe
I has been playing with one or screw worm remedy containing Been buying what announces that the
was left of the
left at office
<< or
"bottled I la
now has more than 200 heating, although gas" Bradford County Committee also
more cases of screw worms. :Mr Lindane has been recommendedby red pepper crop In the
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lautey, McClane urges all farmers and the Department of Agriculture crop dryers and the number ia Increasing used by some farmers and even two weeks. The firm he county for Includes Lawton L. Conner and
Florida. stockmen to steadily as more farmers wood Is being used to some extent Is the represents Robert F. Demorest of Starke.
I, diligently watch for aa being a superior new screw only one In the south that'
and thoroughly treat each case of I worm remedy, This is also known turn to this type of equipment to the Experiment Station worker buys red popper which Is used County Committeemen determine -

,ur feed was about a leather halter as a symbol of screw worms as soon as it Is as EQ 3-3S. cure and dry seed and hay In spite said.Mr. mainly In relishes Though the eligibility of farm loan ap

look line feeder pigs I growing up. She hated It! for a of high summer humidity, according Myers. who developed a very peppers didn't brinK much of ta.Farm.

them tile "baseballthe few days, but now has accepted it to J. Montella Myers of efficient dryer and barn which 1 Is Income, In comparison to an loans are made to those

new market at and looks fine with It on We got I Pine the University of Florida -Agricultural being used by farmers In several season prices, the 45: cents early tub who cannot obtain credit from
I SeedlingsNow per
They weighed 720 Ibs,, tired of having little or no milk RURAL Experiment Stations. counties, la urging farmers Interested paid was almost clear profit, for other sources. Loans can be obtained

of 80 Ibs per pig, Mid because Bunkle waa leaving so I COMMON SENSEBy Being Ordered "Because of its initial expense, In such equipment to install Graham furnished the tubs. at. per cent up to 40(

,ught J-'S per hundred little for us, so now we shut her a crop dryer is not practical for a the kind which may be used for This rave farmers years on purchase, development.

$201.60 Ifiveh'months I off from Joy over night and then,: Spud Johnson From Olustee sm..ll farm on which only a limited drying seed aa .well aa hay. His I |500 that they hadn't approximately expected -- or enlargement of farms. Repair.

abo'it we get six or seven quarts of milk amount of aced or hay Is to be plans provide for such a plant. A for some had already Improvement, construction, or alteration -
think did pretty well to use. I August 1 Is the deadline for applying dried" the agricultural engineer stainless steel heater which he developed their pepper under before plowed loans are also made. Up

that the sow left them e e :NFEI FOR CONSFRtlMt: for pine seedlings from the explained "but It la. valuable may be made In any good arrival. His buying Graham's to $3,500 may be borrowed in a
at the local
were only four weeks Read that dally Inspection of CHOPS! IS EVIDENT IV Florida Forest Service, R. A, Bon.- equipment for a farmer who has farm shop if a farmer has a suitable market was supposed to end Mon fiscal year at S per cent to pur- /

A8 other pigs In the livestock Is a good Idea so we hl'MMKK: ; ii.f LNY SEASON ninghausen, Management Chief. ., considerable quantities of aced and building already, he can install day. chase machinery, livestock, seed,
(field{ as they will hive are shutting up our calves In the announced this week. jo clean up and some barnyard every night and looking The great need for soil conserving "This year's heavy orders have from which he can cut hay." :. for about J1.300( not count. needs.
as well. Incidentally, them over carefully. John loves to crops and practices on Florida taken the full production of our The need for winter feed for Ing labor. ADDRESSESOF Clifford I. Currie is County

the pig we raised oa a brush the calves (especially Com- farms Is more evident during the nurseries at Oluatee and Munson; 'cattle has focused attention on the The INTEREST Supervisor of the Bradford Unit.

part of the Utter sold, fort)) and needless to say they summer "rainy season" than In Bonnlnghausen said, "even thoughwe possibilities for hay production In farmer engineer who does suggested that a which includes Bradford, Duval

about $20 for him, so like the brushing very much. And any other season of the year, Dr. are operating: at full capacity summer during the past few years hay and other not haye enough Mrs J, E. Powell 1397 Pine Clay, Nassau, St. Johns and Un
something for time then, too, It -Is entertaining to F B. Smith of the University of and expect to roduce over and numerous cattlemen have be. crops to get full Grove Cr., Jacksonville Flu. ion Counties His office Is locatedIn
service out
little watch the calves each hasa Florida Agricultural Experiment 28,000.000 seedlings' : come Interested In barn of a dryer might dc J, 0, I
of raising the as one drying of custom drying for others, Sullivan, 63: N. W 123rd the Brownlee Building, 1,02
different personality. Comfort Is Stations pointed out recently. Additional orders from those hay. Ordinarily Mr. Myers point. St? Miami Fin.Geo. i South Thompson Street Starke.

e boss-girl and she takes no nonsense Land on which grass, trees or people who have already applied ed out, about three days are required : Good hay has been made from H. Bunch, change from Mr. Currie .states that In the six

ird that there Is somea from the others; Early Is cover crops are growing.;' he explained for seedlings will not be accepted, to cure and dry hay In the' Pensncola Bahia and Pangola Haines City to Banner Elk, N C.I! counties the Farmers Home Administration

In the County. It next In line, and she has the habit "can withstand the heavy, he added. field under good weather conditions -' grasse and from hairy Indigo by A. W. Anderson Jr., 455: s has made, operating

according to "T. K." of trying to steal feed from the beating rains we usually have during This deadline on applications but the-frequent ralna during dryers. Usually hay that Is dried Boreard Dr, Ventura Calif. loans to 12 farmers and has helped -
the summer, but thousands of does not apply to the free seed- and cured In the barn has proved
others minds her business
through summer
hogs are run ; Toby own haying season 15 others become owners of
tons of rich topsoil are washed lings which will be distributed superior to that produced in the
and are then exposed pretty much and la having a make it difficult to obtain ntla- nrvI'I'FO'en' APPKIU their own farms. Farmer. cooperating -
s of swine diseases. A time with the yoke around her from land allowed to lie bare tc through the county agents' officesIn factory results from open field field, aa that dried and cured !in In. eln.lt! Court llri.dr.rd C..t,..! In the agency's
and unless he neck Butch chased by all the the sun and rain." 27 counties upon application curing. doors does not lone nearly aa muchof e'Inrbhtl* .. In c.bvurvrr. program
i some ; gets n r 'Ia MnttnlDi.' Wntrnui, PUIn.' have adjusted their farming operations -
others is fat he Most Florida farmers are aware of the landowner. Over five mil With an efficient Its chlorophyll because It Is not tiff V.. Harold Hunk Watrntm
the hogs for a period but getting as lea dryer, hay may ref.ndant so that they now have
t.he 1 Is sure they are good rustler. But now he has of the importance of keeping a lion seedlings have been donatedfor be left In the field from four to bleached aa long by the sun, Mr ",.... T.. A p...... Can. No. 8533 better pastures, better crops/-and
nun the risk of In- Bunkle to boss around so he is good "cover" on the land, but there this purpose by the International eight hours, baled and then placedIn Myers explained To. i Ifstrnm, ,irankn Watrnim,.who.. have materially added to their
herd. Or In the case of happier. And Joy just like the Old are still many acres In the state Paper Co., Panama City, the drying barn and dried and An Experiment Station bulletin ri ISth lil.Street no.. and New il>irr.mi !I., lot W. farm income. During the
YOlk City, New past
who had that do not have such protection. and the Container Corporation of cured sufficiently In two three which gives details of the York .
unless he had his ova Woman in the Shoe ( sO or dryer year practically: 85 per cent of the
le treated". We have many children she dldnt knew When heavy rains come and America Fernandina. days to prevent mold growth and and barn developed by Mr. Myer suit You for re Divorce h.reby, ouitmlr nntlflxi and that a loans have gone to returned
our plga vaccinated what to dot) presides over all in there la no crop on the land to The Florida Board of Forestry remove the danger of spontaneous will soon be off the press. Any minor child Asa been control servicemen.
serve as a buffer against the water combustion, A witha Florida farmer obtain filed HRalnnt ynu I... th* above
bovine dryer may fro
that the service provld- her solemn majesty. equipped a naiiixil <'ourt and Cau. and
State Is the cheapest and to take up water and hold the August, and September. July normally five horse-power motor in a barn copy from the Agricultural Experiment requir.d| l to larva a. copy Of you youranswsr ar.

rsurance you can buyhe Porky had a new litter of pigs. soil the top-soil Is .washed away Is the rainiest month of the with slatted or perforated metal Station, Gainesville, Florida on .the Plnnllff or plondlnir I Attorney to th*, complaint T. frank Thin notice hall be published

pigs sell for a little She had nine with one born dead Into streams, lakes, and ponds, year, with an average of well over floor will dry 20 tons of hay in Farmers may obtain suggeationa I. n
he market. and then In a very short time two leaving the land much less fertile 7 inches, and each of the other three to five days. from Mr. Myera or J. M. the original in the office of the. a-rnph.. .JUli.
Clerk of the Circuit Court h held thin Sri of
before on or day 1951
S were mashed, leaving us.but six and productive than was three summer months has morethan Various types of dryers and Johnson Agricultural Extension t".. the Dth day nt August (Itfill (OFFICIAL. SHAf) A J. Thorn.. .. ,
I Alderman, "T. J., Jr." Then another showed signs of More than half of Florida's aver 6 Inches. Thus Florida nor barns are being used for hay, and Service engineer. Mr. Johnson has otherwise the ailegattona. of .aid Clerk of the Circuit Court.

brought a registered,! weakness, so we brought it up to age annual rainfall comes duringthe mally gets a lot of rain in summer kerosene or fuel oil are used more assisted many farmers who now Complaint fanned by you.will b. taken a. con ny Myrtle T. Deavcr, Deputy T8| 4t Clerk'till ,,.

D breed to Red. The gilts I the house and tried to nurse it summer. The average Is about -and needs It because of the extensively than other fuels for have dryera.

four donated by the through. But It upa and died and 53 Inches and nearly 28 Inchet usual high temperatures that pre

ibof Starke to four, now we have another Utter of normally falls during June, July, vail. However, It needs also to recently approved a price for seed FFA Chapter .

Bradford County 4-H only five pigs. Which means according keep the water and the soil in the lings, from $2.23 per thousand. tc

plan whereby each boy| to averages, that we will land right near us. Sounds as right\ places so that It will not be $2.73 per thousand plus shipping Buys Pickup TruckThe Pt

the gilt, breeds her and do well to only break even on this .though we don't know how to wasted. charges, due to the Increased cost SPECIAL !

of the litter Is dlstrib-I litter. It may well be that It 1 I. raise corn, (as If we don't know Slash pines and other trees covet of production and the reduced Bradford County Chapter of

iher fine boys In the, our fault, but be that as It may, It that sad fact already). crops such as hairy indigo trots state appropriation for forestry. Future Farmers of America I la, the } t.:1
proud of brand THIS WEEK ONLY
S. possessor a. new : !
wonderful Idea. The gUt certainly Is discouraging larla. Alyce clover, and sesbanla, _
truck which
and we certainly wish I But, we're either too dumb o ese and proper and adequate terrace pickup V. R
I' SUPER MEAT )MARKING INK Ferguson, advisor to the .
a lot of luck with his I In fact, we are now' thinking just too plain stubborn to quit, will protect the land during the group. ?
Guaranteed to conform to U. 8Dvpr will be valuable '
lly\ Alderman la raising, very seriously of going out of the we're at It again now, bedding up summer and prevent waste of vain says a additionto J E.O"stt1'O"
I seems to be doing well, hog business until we have the and getting ready to plant some able top-soil, Dr. Smith emphasizes of Agriculture regulation the chapter's equipment i 0
4 bottU 73c.: Bradford The truck
CIa: was "OIAE
County purchased from
Had an enjoyable talk time to get properly equipped to I peas and butter beans, etc. All we and he urges every farmer Ii IiI
Dowling here In
Telegraph Starke
Alderman who told us handle them. First of all our can do Is keep on trying. who has unprotected land to take
c trying to do too much, fence won't hold hogs and that steps to keep the top-soil and the -. and the down payment waa secured

onfessed that her tamlg -( means that you never know when One of ours woods hogs was water where they should be and by selling some timber on thechapter's

the lame doggone they will break out. Secondly, we killed out In front of our place. are needed most for profitable production See the NEW KEMINflTON: 270 acre farm and the

it t be something about t need farrowing pens and troughs Its' a' shame to have animals -on the farm, not in the I I Portable Typewriter at the Bradford profit derived from the corn crop

at just makes folks try I and possibly a wallow, and other wasted like that! I river. County Telegraph.' The balance has been financed by; :
the local bank.
e than they can. I I things a* well. In any event, we
'I.hange than necessary'' .
spend more time I.AT I.
had a delightful caring for our hogs and have less NO E f fwiUl

at Kingsley Lake I to show for them because we are

and eating hamburgers not set up to handle them. Have
.ti of Gene and'Hazel been told that you CAN mate

Louetta and John hade money with hogs, and that you laacl ae 4arcAasady

swimming and par- CANT but so far ,we don't really srgrY

nJoyed a ride around the know as we haven't given them a

boat made by the Eddie chance to chow what they can I
piloted by James; dory, ;
which .5.
reminds uf ((5.... 1000 a.d.k.I,
uld be grand If you We know that our chickens for

1 a swimming pool on example, have been very little ,t'i pwr
ind enjoy a refreshing bother and have repaid much

morning. But you don'tut more for the money and time In. co no my .

such things when vested. However, we have taken
a million other ways to better care of our chickens and

money. .you Say haven't got! they are a good deal. easier to

I be a record was manage.But for money and time Invest. tv to do more work6C" ,Itiaklaa"
by some pullets owned ed we probably will find out that 7 v

'd Garnet Studer when cows pay even better than either for '.
[IOUS> money"
thing started tc chickens or hogs, but It take. a your

>e tender age of four good deal longer. We can't expect
"d eight days Not sure from our --
to .get any returns
t. record by any menas, calves for another year or so, but '.N ..'.. .. _'_, ''''_'/'''.. ... .
("rtalnl .
.S> good time. then we should slave a calf crop r> >4 i

'.Ie' '.{"k of the woods" every year. 5S ..

at death to hear the good Getting plenty of rain now .. T ., 41W t
] Harold and Gertief ,
f Scarcely a day goes by without a -" WEEKLY
IUc a brand new baby shower 'and the earth U gettingwet
I' bo
10w will\ have a
enough to plant.
'I' k''. admire and play t ..
It doesn't look as though the 9 Crav s : Rebuilt by
experiment with the weed killer I Experts

"bOils al.r i still giving \a 2, 4-D Is working. We used It to I CASH

"'d In 't1'',,, area around kill weeds in the house pasture PRICE s Yrri sal

!tied ana that kept them but ao far at least nothing has 1 I ', .. New'Moto"( '
few ''Ja' =.
. but they soon"ugh happened : ; -
wthebk a,drainage dllch Into the orchardand _, ... ",.../'NA..M...... '' $15.00 Down Control" /'
fence Finally got
and so ::}.- '- --- +ar N.w'S'Ur.NeV ,
Pair ---
II from
al But cleaned the weeds away "
d. by t+ -I much we longer the trees and grape vines and .-.-:::::::::- -_ .;; ;;.....::.::. ':.0-; ". .. f ,:;t' Carrying'

"t hard road and gave each one a lot of stable It :""7.,! I n
b4 .. JoI
everythingwith =
/ /. toner or later manure. Then sprayed
th. cause a a rl- a nicotine poison and hope N
that It helps the plum trees which I -
have been almost chewed te o :
"or ," pieces. Now If we can keep after:
'f ar' spray'td oiling gun the by"ru" the orchard we may yet get some ( ,/ of"."d..I--.J' Mm Illmtrmltd It aVpxioW.....ai/abiMy of noterfaJ J 1 : 1 ,fa

t ')- return from It. ,..
:"i, "ng'r Glad that Look el lhe. ... ......- economy features p
: r ,'order again: ai4rr.eentA Unless something bad happenS I n .w valv.-In/ -h.ad engine design, Elu.-Flom./ com IJ. 7 1 s' 'rr

;' ;: : we will have roasting ears very isle y bullion, Power-Jel carburetor and long-IaEEing aI
when !
1& I. --f'
Spra>. d Joy soon. And corn Is something we min brake*. '
.'*e prn.."d and( the can eat every day and enjoy. I y1% s Engines, chassis, cabs and bodies ar. all designed _.. '
'. [W'-I*'!**itnrl. around the 5 / to stand up under rough, lough UI.lol .. !lL t .w ACME VACUUM STORES, Inc.

ret rid 1f tiles,and rnoequl the Albert Starling topped the Me.ct..e.: r___ 11M Take a tip from truck- e buyers and get -.. u... 408 >V. Forsyth St.. Jacksonville Fla. *

j One. thing: We leaned market again-this time with IS.A V QfW Aloud .n ln..d-I" .conomy. s.. us soon! ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS 1 I would like a free horn demonstration of you fully (OarI I

sly, about 'praying b some fine white pigs which antwd rtbullt{ Sings Sewing ftUchln at no obligation ton. |
you put'Iur\ brought 40-c a pound. ,
tad water you dust In be- .. : 1""* ............................... .........u.....

s a deu of a job getwbnf Had an Interesting talk with I I d Address ......... ................................ .. I
again, Fred ]Moore, of the I
* Gainesville Produce manager Market, who) 111 STARKE FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS .. .................. ..... Stall.................
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now II a. P. D. .u.t.-I'1eMe f.d gIINIf/0/ Dfs..etiesa
'er a thriving told us that one time he ralaedl i \
of till I --------- -,
weeks, sports 1,000 dozen corn to the acre on..I'

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PAGE TEN .,f tnt <" ., "It ,'c" nit, "f Bnidfon ,. tur four cnn.ecutlvwi.ik
u ar>- n" ,,,, u. ii wlc I""
lI"d o:
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i ",ri mi" ,, ,',.uit\, Florida' Bradford
th Count alfn
f I Join Forces .. ,Hi ,I .1 "y"r' "H I. n a juditinenrendered in "
i, I Park Programs ',1".1', I 1 F.-hruarv ll'M up' .
c: And the complainr 'In a certain '
KI C'urt
Library -,, i r pi.adin" Attorney! A J, In' ...1.1 therein pendlniwherein ia'tod'Tiils; Jlth clsy of July, 1951 rtn,

During SummerApproxlmat'ly I the If'laliillff'South> Court Stree cause lately H I'hlppB was pla n. (OFFICIAL&KAL) A. J. ThomaH. all. *. .

To Keep School Kids Busy ThomiiH mark.Florida, Jr and fll* the orlo-lni tiff and John Amerl.nn Tung Oil Mills, Clerk of the Circuit CourBy be I,ili. ,

of tho Clerk of the .. defendant th. underpin Myrtl T. Deavr Deputy Clerk Thiono "-
I II.I. 22 uiungsters are Designed primarily to encour..ger..dlng. 'Circuit In the nfflre Court on or hefor the 80lh id Sheriff wa* of Hrndfor.1 .::ouny,1FJL!r''; 7J13 4C 8JI | > ., ,

the library has mad July. 161 otherwl"* the da ha* Uvled upon following tlVu H
I.i' the 8umm'rlibrary day of will b. I OTICR TO APPRAR TelegrnijiDnt
now taking part in "aid Complaint de"crlbed. chnttelB. found In <
underway at the books of all types available to the confessed of by po*.e.."lon of ald American Tun !. C'lrcBlt f...... Bradford ContrKlorldai ,. rt
program which Include even taken a.n "hall ouiUbll.h.d Oil MillH. In.... In Bradford County In Chancery.Walter (OFFIiThi
According to Mis* youngsters Thl* I .
i library at BUS. for four oonsecutlvweek" Ttlller Plaintiff HelerQrac
rhymes. Mlsa Newman ..nee each Fll Hft4.t0FiVl.f; Trailer Perlal Defendant. Try
Newman, director the nursery the Bradford Courtly Tel Billr, M''r.
; It' lura gurqessAtohrPOMCA. Audrey that she and her assistant In No SF 2907 Model No. MVLS Care No. 8631ISotlr
of vacations
number" varies because arnph To Appear.To. .
195]!. *
.jl Voncllle Kelly and Sylvia May, Dnted this Sl.t clay of Jun*. :! "Tractor",
= NEBR? and Bible School but con. A. 3. Thoma, 1 194R Whit Truck Helen Urac Wller whosercaldencs
hover around that figureThe ; help them pick out a book which (OKKIC-IAL Clerk 8KAL of )th* Circuit CourlPy Motor No' 160 A i8422.serlal No.317H14 and addr** la: 464 Nor .. "h..n. I. !'
tlnuea to their readIng Clerk Model wood Street East DrangNew JerVou ; "" .....
Whert-ln I rnjny each gold..amom..nt library program Is run Iia on a plane equal to Haven Croaby Deputy 1 1 4 Fruehauf Trailer. Serial .ay. ;If .

of the day, and I look In bloom and people stop to admire less In conjunction with ability and then they check I ; No. SF 13826, Model No, ar* hereby notified that a and your ,',HI A/at. "in

them. A lady from the farm more or the end of the day. So far l:41' .ult for Dlvorc, award of child to Julia fi" ,
Into the future and Me Guil's plan the project at Goldhead where It out at NOTIC K TO APPEAR 1 Whit* Truck "Tractor', Defendant and other relief has been Jh "*M}

With Faith In Uod we work, u<8d..m brought me an old yellow June school children are taught about the youngsters are evidently doing In C Irenlt ('...... Bradford Count!', 'Motor 11 MS No.Model 120 WA A 7685 20., Serial No. filed aiialnut you In the abov named. JuiU oath ti'',. K i tft'V .rr,,,lit.,.,,,

rose bunh. Grandmother used tc outside. a lot of reading for Miss Newman Klorlilal In Chancery.Mary will .ell the *am*. or so much Court and cause and you are required within fh '10''"'
plan. and
wo outdoors by being .. of "I
the "
CharloFrancl to rv* a copy your an *
vs. "
have one. I set it out thinking I that they check out about 3 Wlnkler, Plaintiff thereof. as la required to ntlfnch > th th* first. votherwl
of children are participating says Defendant. awer or pladlna to complain! '" M'
work Some the Wlnkler, > execution In the principal *umof ,1 Ibarred
So great the marvelous of her. both and can books a meek. Cane No. 850Ni.llre U.80214. totrether with Int.r..1Ih..r..on on th* Plaintiff* Attorney, T. Frank "h, sSi.r<1tlons.
HINTS Do you In programs _.. of Feb.ruary Landrum Utarke Florida and fll< lw
of God, we ling, HELPFUL : won't end until To App from the flut day .1
the library In the office of the
because The the orltflnal
easily do so program Francis WlnkleiHhiise 1951 and together with all
In and on the cook the canned cream corn ? I welcome To Charles Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be. 'arl JOh..
On earth iky, Is In progress on Monday sometime In August and a re.ldenc. In 1616 Kust 86lh8Ir..t. cots and expense" of levy and !
have found that If you place It I program New Tork. .nle, to th* highest snd .bet bidderfor for th* nth day of Augrust 19611ntherwl :
mighty sea; children ITooklyn,
heat It won't Wednesday and Friday mornings has been extended by any notified that I I"ult a rah at the South front door ofth '** th* allegation. of aald
to Improve a double boiler to to' and join the You are hereby Court Hnun* In Stark*, Complaint will b* taken as confe"ed 'O'I'lrF:
And yet, men ponder When while the Goldhead program runs Interested come for Divorce, cuMody and control County 'n (' ...,, 'I'O PP Ell
scorch. painting by you.Thla
stick and flleiaaulnut Bradford Countv, durlnn I..t
Florida' ,
each thing and Thur daya. They meet In the BH! of minor child has been "" .. Urod I...
old of linoleum on Tuesdays group. th abov namec the leital hour of "ale on tth day nolle shall l> publlnhednnce .Idll' ''n 'hn'.r
God haa made. They bulU chairs put an piece The open only to children library every Monday Wedne day; ym In *and you are reiiulred of AtiKU"t. A.n. 1051 each week for four connecutlvaweek Hotly Ie" r.
That program, and cau* '
some Court
under each leg. up 1951P. In the Bradford County '
This June 9th. *
from 9 until a copy of your answer :'ntaul '< i I. .
incessantly- In grades one through eight and Friday morning to erve D REDDISH.Sheriff TeJeftraph.Tinted .
add powdered complain
and to tha
strawberries features extensive reading, finger 12. .or. plendlnv to Attorney, H.y; of Bradford County, ; thl.* Ilth day of Julv, 1951. N........ '1'0 'l'I'"r.
Canals, great lake*, move mountains sugar for a frosting, add a little on th. rialntlff* 800 MaliStreet Florid... (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomn*,, T..: POI .
to new lands, cream and a piece of melted but painting, film strips, stories, weaving MI8.I.Newman also urges adult H"III..n.| Helden Knach MillMlnir Florida, am 6122 6, 7.20OTICK ; Clerk of the Circuit Court realdenc. i "

thai music or games and refresh In Starke to make use of the 11. Tiavtona orla-lnal In the offlc of the By Myrtle T. Deaver, .Deputy Clerk Box Ou.1 i "r
better things ter.' rile the ( H"II1'on. You
For they can he. > 1OIII 71S| 4t 83OTICH | atult r'
Cod has made. Here of late I have magazine* ments. Miss Newman says that brary's facilities in the afternoon Clerk 'if the Circuit Court of July on or 1901otherwlxe The Court of Ike ('..nn'p Jadite, for iaualnst I ,\

they are currently at work on a I ; fore th. 9nth day of alc Bradford f'oii*.r, Florldn.In : '::'
and said that they ,
They think with faith that lie from New Zealand Scotland Include and nights. She ] the allegations! Prohnt*. TO APPKtnIn Court at iquired <

Engl nd. They are highly Interesting circus theme which will have recently received 100 new Complaint will be taken a* con. In re: Kiitat of J. F. Klckllter, D*. ('Irrult Court. Bradford Connty, t.swer .'

:will understand, nice magazine making a model circus of clay, I I fen.e
Th"lr love of skill and strife, but not as a paper etc. books. Thin notice "hall be cotmeciitlviwe published. All rredl<..rS nnil Pero* Jlay- O. LeUer. Plaintiff 'VII. Sylvia S. on tho PhI In \I., '.
Post for ffiur
as our Saturday Evening oncu each Inar lalm.* or D..d. Asralamt MaidK Landrum. H(' p
and needs their aid. Homes it Gar. In the Bradford County Tel ..*lei Lelaer, Defendant. the orlKlniit I t .' .
McCall's or' Belter Case No. 8536Motlc
Emma Thornaa Scovllle.I Cai No. S5KVi.lIce Bra i>h.rinte.l. You and each of herebynotified Clerk of th ..'
send cornplcilnt on the of June, 1551OFFICIAL you are To Appear.Toi .
dens. So I shall be proud to or plniln. to th* thl" J7lh da9 fore th nth Ja ,
I'lalntlff* Attorney. Hay BeldenHelden T* Appear.To SKA I.) A. J. Thoma*. and required to present any Sylvia S Lelner. whoa reldenc otherwise j '.?"
often think of the manychange some of ours. I have an English Ilulldlna Daytonn. ileitch, : Adolph May whoa resldenci ( Clerk of th* Circuit Court. claim. and domand which you, I III: 1246 MndlHon Avenu, New Complaint 'lh.<.'jllfiiaii' .

/) In our way of life since 1 pal In South America, Argentina, Florida and fll Clork. th* urlRlnuI of the Circuit In thi. and You addrea are. hereby I I. Unknown notified. that ny Haven Cro.",.. Deputy 4t Clerk or*either..etat of of you J,, may F. Kit hav'kilter aaln8tth deceaed York City 28, New York. fe* '::d by y \ uk"
of the 629| 1J20
. was a child. The many Inventions, and I send her Reader's Digest Court office on or before th* flth dny olAuvupt .ultor Dlvorc and rentoratlon ol OTICH lat* of nald County to the You lira hereby notified that a"ult Thl notl itinlonce I

for producing They are all do hungry for out iftftt; otharwl* the Biles** maiden nam has been filed rirrnlt. Court. Ilradford County,, Countv Julitre of Ifradford County, for Dlvorc hn* been filed. each wk ', f .. .
th new machinery aald Complaint will b( iiKHlnnt you In the abov named In Florida, at his office In th. court aftalnt you In th* above named week* In 'th' Knt,..
/, automobiles, and tractors and magazines. Good old USA Is the taken tlon aa of confeaned by you Court and cauii* and you ara redulred Kl..>rlitl I.K.C haweerx.Rllrnheth Phillip, Plaintiff ".. houe. of nald County at Stark, Court and .cau.* and you ar* required Telegraph.Dated .

other thing that makes up best place to live. When you have Thin not Ire aha II be publlHhedonce to *erv" a copy of your anwer dull Q. Phillip. Defendant.Cae Florida within ela-tit calendar to e..v. a copy of your anwer thin nth damn,
: very each week for four conKm'titlvaweka or plendlna- the complaint No 8503Order month front the tlm* of the flrt or pleadlnato the complaint I (OFFICIAL SEAM A
our modern way of living. In my : contact with other countries you In the Uradford County TelImted *- on th* Plaintiff*. Attorney. T Of Pnhllratlo. And Nolle* TeApper I publication of thl" notlc. Each on th* Plaintiff* Attorneys, Rothteln Clerk .if tho -".J;

of life, I have seen tile corn- soon realize how lucky we are. Frank Ijindrum. Rtark' Florida T\TK OP PLORIUA ToiOnll claim or demand nhsll b* In wrltlnir, oft Warren, 206 Smith' Rulldlna-, By Myrtl' T DF..r .
span Allen White thin 20th day of Juno. 1981. and file th* orla-lnal In the offlctof whoa* residence .and "hall state th. place of realdene 211 E Fo..ylh Street.
; Ins to the country people, the Here is a thought: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa, th. Clerk of th* Circuit Court onor D Phillip I I. Unknown: I and pot offlc* addr*** of Florida and fll* the Jaekllon..I1I"1
addreaa -
telephone, the automoble the once Bald "I am not afraid of tomorrow Clerk. of th* Circuit Court.ny hefor th* 10th day of July 1181;: and required to appear on th* claimant and hall b* aworn office of th. Cleric of th. Circuit
You ar* >
: !Myrtl T. Deaver Deputy Clerk otherwla. th* allesratlonn of nald the abov named to by the claimant hi* ajrent. orhis Court on or before th* Ilth day ofAuauit : OTUK TO 'PPEII
radio. for I have seen yesterday In
JOth 1951
and July In Circuit
) tractor, the airplane 7| U 7111NOTICH Complaint will b* taken as eonf***. Court and cau..., wherein. plaintiff attorney, and any such claim ordemand 1961: otherwise the alterations I Florid i In t.inrl.< Una,...,
and we wonder and I love to-day. ed by you. of aald Complaint will b* sssrtrr.
Now It Is television seek. dtvoxce. custody of minor not so filed Khali be void.A. Thelmn 'W ard Mnnrt
to Had letter from son's wife, This notlc Khali b* publlahcd equitable r*. J Thoma. Hi
what will be next. A trip a my TO APPEAR children and general Stephen Elliott Moor., DiCa ,.
went one* each weelc for four conecutlvwoek lief. Bradford County Telegraphhall A* executor of th* LIIet Will and taken as confesaed by you.
. the moon Is now being planned and on Father's Day they Im ftrrmlt ('co.r,. Rra-K.rd C...tr. In the Bradford County Tel. .. publish thl* Order In nextfour Testament. of J. F. Klckllter, This notlc shall b* published' *

" What a wonderful time to.be liv visiting and had such a nice visit. .....1.... .. ('........... graph.Paled. weekly I..."... deceased.First one* each week for four consecutive Notle Toppesr..
Plaintiff vs.Oaorv To; Stephen Kllloll y/,...
Janet Welt Rhervan. thi* 17th day of Jun, 151 Wltnes my hand snd official weeks In th Bradford CountyTelearaph.
pinned publication'July *
uncertain On their road home they were 1 Rt". 1951. and
Even If we are Defendant. residence aiMreia li' ...
ing.' Shervan. this Jun ,
(OFFICIAL 8KAL) A. J. Thorn *, "eal at Starke' Florida, 7I3| 4t 83NOTICB .
about the future no doubt It Is a between two cars by a large Can No. 1521 Clerk of th* Circuit Court. 8th. 1951.OFFICIAL. r>ated this 10th day of July 1951. You ar* hereby nottt(4ult l
for Divorce
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f More people truck wrecking their nice pretty To App By Haven Croaby Deputy Clerk. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ml mof
God's whnn renldenc maiden
part' of plan. To: Ocorse .Hhervan, 4t As Clerk of said Court TO APPEAR I mime hoe Wnaaalnst
are realizing that times car but they escaped injury. Thank and addrerta la: 149-30 1t4th 619| 7120 Havey Crosby, Deputy. ClrK.Cha IK Orealt {'....f. Bradford Co.."'. Clerk of th* Circuit CourtBy you In th. abon
ev day By Deaver Clerk
. ry flareOaon. Park l..onff laland, New 204-05 OuarantyLife FlorldMt. !. Ck.iicerr.Barah Myrtl T. Deputy Court and muse and y iquired >
, that we Our Father. *. H. II ai, 1118| 4t -33' |
like these makes one see York. NOTICE TO APPEAR BulldlnaT, Jackaonvllla FlorlAt'tys. Dsv Plaintiff v*.. Louis r>av, to serve a cnp.otwer |
need a strength greater than our Here it Is trying to rain. Don Ton ar. hereby notified that aault I* ClrrBlt f..... Bradford C***.r. Defendant. Ca* No. 8541 I or pleading, to Mil ron -
Is in the for Dlvorr* and rentofntlon of 1'.1.. IH Chv.....rr.Marsaret da. Plf. 6129 4t 720NOTICK | :Vnflc* To APffe*** OTICK TO APPEAR the Plaintiffs Attorn.,t,1
own to guide us and give us dally Is at the store. Digger maiden name ha* b..en. filed aa'alnnt Kllsabeth Blaiek. davalyaa, for To: T.....rl. Dav. ivho** rsldenc* In flrenlt c.-n..t. Bradford Co.. r,. Landrum Starke, Flnrlfli ,

strength. Bo perhaps these times yard. I must go to tile grocery. In th* ahov named Court and Plaintiff, .... Leonlda Qavalya*, DTendant. *- And sddre I III' tTnknown. Florid t In CliaBcery.Leiter I th* orlKlnal. In the omit
' you TO APPKARIn You J. Comer Plaintiff v*. Beth' Clerk of the Circuit faan'
I to and renutred to ar hereby notified that ault
' la body, CLAY HILL; was sorry raufl* you ar*
'I are to make us strong nerve a copy of your wnawer. orplendlnir Caae No. S511V Irrult r..nrt. Bradford COBBT, for Divorce has been. filed E. Comer, Defendant. for th. 13th dny "uf Ann
mind and .spirit. The boys :who hear of the death of Uncle Llge to th* complaint on the ol.Ire To App..... KlurMai In <'hiieerr.Herbert .arnlnnt YOU In the .ahov named. Caae No. 8537Noflc nthrwlse the. allegnt r

been In Korea are without Carter and the tragic death of Plaintiff* Attorney T. Frank To* Ieonlfla. flavalyaa, rhoareHldenc A Waldt Plaintiff, VS. MarKaret fonrt and can** and you ar* rDtilred *- To Appear.To I Complaint will I). lakfessed ., .
have Tandrum, Stark, Florida, and fll* and a"dre.* I I. Unknown. A. Waldt, Defendant.Cas, to "nrve M copy of your an- : Beth 13: Corer. who* re' "l. by you
I ,I doubt having an experience that Harry Padgett. Time docs change Iho orlfrlnal' In th* offlcn of the You are hereby notified that alult Mo. 8621Notice .wee or pleadlna-' th. comnlalntin dene I III': 80fS Katherlne Street, Medina. This not If ulitill h. (

,' .' makes them strong men. If they things. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or b.. for Dlvorc and reatoratlonif To Appenr.To th* Plaintiffs AUnrnev. T Frank New Tork. one* each week fi.r f.-. t
air for the ffth dnv of Amriifit ItS : Maiden Nam haa b.en filed ; A. V'al are wounded, they realize they God Bless you otherwlfl. th> allet-atlonn of flald. .I.'i'" In thtt abow* named i : Margaret and address Is* 870 O.orlr.Ho.l ;* >h.. orlrlnal In the. offlc* of th. *ultor Dlvorc ha* been filed T"h"nprh
,. need God more than anyone eta* LOVE LAURA Complaint will b* taken sa con- :'ourt rail** and you ar* rlulred *- resilience'!, {Cllffnld Park. New. Jersey. flork of th. Circuit Court on or b*. ng-alnnt vou In th* above nllm.,1Court I. Ilth any ,'la' .
fended. by you. to nerv'* a copy! of your *niwer notified that a for. th* 11th dnv of AttKUr. 1951 : and cau* and you ..r. required (OFFICIAL :r\L t
1 .' so perhaps this has been a great Thin notlrrt. nhall b* publishednnce or pleadlna- th* complaint You nre Dlvorc hereby and custody and thrw r "l*" th. nllea-atlon of "Bid to *erv. a copy of your anNwer Clerk i'h.. i
Ideal Nult for *
J lesson to UH and we will some day Mldgrt I'rnrll Sharpeners. eanh week fnr four ronneputlv nn th* Plaintiff* Attorney, T. control of minor child awarded to r-nmnlntnt will b* taken. a* con- or pleading; to th* complaint By Myrtl T C i I r

1\! look back and say, "those times for home n...... Only ft 1.83.-Bradford week. In th* Ilradford County Tele- Prank Landrum. Stark. Florida the p.t.n.lllnt. ha* been filed against. r..**eit. by "0... on th* Plaintiff* Attorney, Zilch. H.
\ ind file th* orlirlnnl In the offic
I'' made our nation stronger" In County: Triegraph.Adding sraph.Dnred. u' th* Clerk of the Circuit Court onIT roil 'In> the nhove named Court. and torvu
I. thla Ird day of July, IBS!. before th day of July, 1951! Dana* and you ar* required
1 I' our great uncertainty, there Is always (OFFICIAL BRAt' > A. J. Thonrmn. UherwlH* .:'a30n. of *aldr .,' a copy of your anawer orlilendlnir

": God b tildo us to help. If we Machine and Portable Clerk of th* Clrrult' Courtfly 'mnlalnt' I will ba tak,n. as confea*. .to the complaint.... on Franklanclnim thePIRlnllff' Charles C. Shepherd Says :
Clerk Attorney,
tlme.-Jlrad. : T. Heaver Deputy
Myrtl ,
1 I d bv .
TM'wrltiTK II. < on
> you.Thl
I' ask. The boys who are In then | 111| 4t 71S7To Rtarka' Florida, and fll*
notlc* ehall b* publlnhednc
train- ford County: Telegraph.MtTICK th"( original In th* office of the
such .
now KO thru a each week for four consecutlv
camos h..
'1 1.-i'p; that they are health 1\OTU.1 nreek In th* Bradford County 'Tel, for rieik, th of* th 6th Circuit dnv of Court Auo-URt on or 1961:

:;\ and free from disease<<\. tha grenJ 10 AI'PKAHIn 4%'liinit It Mnr f'oneernlThin rraph.. rttherwl"* the allesatlona; of raid Save $ $ this
j\ llrdford Conntr In to notify all claimant* Pitted thl. 17th day of June, 1A11.OKFlflAT. Complaint will be taken a* con- on
and best rac the rirrull fnnrt. 9RAL A. J
;. j cst, healthiest .'lurid! In 1 hnnf.rr* and creditors that you ar* to fll* (( Clerk. of )th Circuit Thomu Court. ,.... by you.Thl .
We oj .. of nolle* shall h* publishedme
nature run make. are a florin Collln. I'rlbb Plaintiff vs.Cecil vnur rlalma' nttatnnt th* entat
ny Haven Croaby, Deputy Clerk
.. each week for four
Defendant. W. n. Park, T>*cenH d. mad underoath *
Wa Edward Crlbb
j proud of them. Likewise the Case No. 527ulli to fl. K Perryman CountyJudo 1129 4t 7120'VOTICK week In the Bradford County Tletraph. -

and Waf and all women lu uniform ( of Ttradford County Florida, .
15 and clean. God "" **Cecil T* Appenr.To Krtward. Crlbb .....hnll.r..lth..r. within .laht calendar. month from TO 'PPB 'HIII I 12"ted this Sr" day of Julr., T951. Television
are strong : Hit Nelnon W Aldrlch the flrnt puhllratlon of thin notice.otherwln Circuit Cnitrt. Hrdf" CeontT, (OFFICIAL SEAL! : ) A. J. Thomas Westinghouse
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bless them. So let us here at horn MiCormtrk 1 Lln, pier 112, r>,ald claim or debt will .Klitriilni In (.bneerr.lack Clerk of th* Circuit Court
keep our china up. We must not clo North Jllver, New York, Now' York.You I be barred. by the Statutes' of Limitation Autrey Klchardn, Plaintiff, vs.orma if Myrtl T. Desver., Deputy Clerk
//I!, = hereby notified that nMult *. Kelly HI......."... Defendant. 111[ 4t 7127
J falter or fall. We mum sua the ar* Park Rxertttor Can No. 850
for Dlvorr* and restoration ofmaldwn Sidney ,
future thru rose colored glasae name ha* been filed aa-alnHt. 78! 4t 727| ""Voile* To Appear.You TRADE-IN SALE!
are hereby. notified that nilllt NOTK'K TO APPRARn
I to the far clay, when history will you In th* above nnmd Court ..... C.. inty,
siul ar* required to ,00rl.1 TO APPK,'HIN for nivorre ha* .been filed rirenlt ( .t. llradfiird *
cuiia* you I
read, "It was a great time tor .erv* it ropy of your answer or Circuit 4'ourt.. Hmdfrd Couajly, LKalnMt you In the Abov* named lorltlHi In < Hnneery.larah UP TO ALLOWANCE
the world lending to th* oomplHlnt on the M.irlri. ...i Iti ( h.nee.y.Klmer C..II..t and calm* and you ar* re* ; ... R. Drucker Plaintiff v*. $60.00
leaders of ,
Americana, .'lalntirfii Attorney. Znch II.Dmiiclii W. ilonner. Plaintiff' vs.1'hurlott lulred to *erve a copy of your aniwer "'Itilomon R, Drucker, Defendant.Cae .
to be strong and with great hearts. *. (05 Lynch imlldlnic, PYinner, Defendant.Ca.e or pleadln to th* complaint No. 8628
to for and .litrknonvllle, Florida' .and fll* No. 8509 nn tho Plaintiff* Attorney, 7arh tl.tauirla mile. Tn Appeiir.Tot .hn..1 ON YOUR OLD RADIO OR RADIO COMBINATION!
they helped fight peace 1 Solomon H Prucker. ..
lh orlo-lniil t In 'the offlc* of th* Voile* Tw Appear.To 505-607 Lynch Bdlldlnir,
the right of freedom and to ,worship Clerk nf th* Circuit Court on or b*. : Charlotte Monner. wheae reallenc acknonvlll[ Florida and fll* the la.t known renldenc* and addre** '
God." fora the 6th tiny tit AUKUHt 1961; and Addren* I* 84 Second irla-lnal In the offlc* of the Cleric fnml '1115 AVanhlnvton Avenu, .... ,
otherwlM* the. allegation. of aaldComplaint ttreet. llarrlnon. New York. n'> th* circuit Court on or before. the trnnx. Nw York.
We are having lots of rain and will b* taken as con You ar* berby notified that a 10th day of July, 1951" : otherwl:** You ar* hereby. notified. that a

It Is cool day and night feHed. by you. lull for Dlvorr i. hu* bean fllduralniit h* alles-atlon I of **td Complaint ult for Divorce., full .cuatody ofilnor
so every
you In th* above named. vlll .b* taken a* conf0ed by you. child and other relief hn*
Cardans and flowers and lawni .Thin nolle* phall b* publishedonu /'flirt and cau*.* and you ar* rliilred *- Thl notlc nhall b* publlehedmen h..n.. filed aicalnnt you Inth.
and things are lovely each week. fnr four cnncutlv' to aerv* a copy of your aniwer each week for four conneftitlv "above named Court and
are growing w..ek. in th* Iirodford County 1'.1.l or pleadlnrr to th* complaint w..k. In the Bradford County Tel.
It keeps ua busy mowing the lawn, BTHph. nn the Plaintiff Attorney T .rrnph.Diited. a.rv. a onpy of ynu.. .n.w.r 0..
pulling weeds and hoeing in tile Dated this nth day of July. 1IBI. frank Landrum. Rtarke. Florida thl 17th day of Jun. 1951. ",leadlna to tha complaint on tha'latntlff
OFFICIAL BEAD A. .1. Thorn*, ind fll. th* orlKlnn.1 In th. office (OFFICIAL BRAD; A. J. Thomttn.Clerk '' Attorney.. Samuel W. Oet.BO .
garden. I have a nice patch of clerk nf the Circuit Court.tly 0' th. Clerk of th* Circuit Court onr of the Circuit Court. Box 81. Clalneevllle. Fla. and fll*

cucumber They have begun tcvine. Myrtl T. Deaver Deputy Clerk r befor* th* SOIh day of July 151: By Hovn Cronby. Deputy clerk. Ih.. orla-lnal. In the office of the
111 4t 7127NOTICE ttherwln* the attestation of Maid IIU 4t 720| 'lerk' of th* Circuit Court on or be.r .
I can have peas the Fourth omplnlnt will b* taken a* con fen*. 'r>r.. th* 6th day of Aua-ut, 1951:

of July and cherry pla. Cherrlei ) TO APPRtRflreolt Ml by you. n.-rtT;' ': TO APPK4Rff thrwl"' the allegation* of aald'omplalnt
Thi. notlc ehall b* publlnhedme 'o rl. Ilradford r **tr.lorldai '' wriu b* taken as coned -
are ripe on our tree. Apples are >. ('..rt. Bradford Cn* l*> Clianerrr.Vllllam ,."* by you.Thl .

getting to be quite large. I have *! !. tamaevry.Thoma week In the Ilradford County Tel*. Miller, Plaintiff, ".. l.nn. nolle nhall. h* publlnhednc
J Plaintiff ".. rraph. arh wek for four eonaecutlv.
out of Ute Ward. ile Humphrey alia* Lonl Humphreylankton
strawberries, too garden Marl I* Ward Defendant.CM. Hated thin 17th day of Jun. 1981. .alia Lonla Humphrey w..k. In the Bradford County Tile-
I do not know when we haw No. till ([OFFICIAL SEAT) A. J. Thorn, Uller, Defendant. ...ph. '
Clerk of the Circuit Court.Br Dated thl nth day of July, 1951.
onions more than flftle* To Appear.To Ca* No. 1430
enjoyed our any Haven Croaby, Deputy Clerk. fotlt i To Appe r.Toi (OFFICIAL BAL> A. J. Thorn",
this year. I put out three quart Mart 1* Ward who** realdno 8129] 4t 710JtOTlCR | Clerk of the Circuit Courtly
lei m Wnt loth 0trU! Wll.mlnston. tjonnl Humphrey alias Lonl. It Myrtl T. Deaver. Deputy CI..rk.
I have small beans on the n
of sets. Delaware. lumphrey fliinketon alia Ionlalumphrey 76| 4t 7117NOTICK
tendergreen vines. Potatoes art Toil ar* hereby notified that a TO APPRtR Miller, whoa.* r..ld.ne.and *
lilt fnr Dlvorc hae ben filed .!. rltN-.lt C 00.. r'. Hradford CoaMy.plorldm > addrea* I I. Unknown.
in bloom. Wonderful summeitime. *salnt you In the above named 11 c. keerr.lanl You ar* herby notified that a OK SHERIFF'S 'LID

:My red rambler roses are Court and eaun* and you ar* required Ijeatrlc "lalny :IIa)'. PlainIff ult for Annulment ha* been .filed I, TAKe NOTICE: that under and by

to eerve a rnpy of Tour anttwert V*. Adolph May, Defendant. aalnt you In the abov named ..Irtu* of an execution aud out
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When the First Issue of The Telegraph "4
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,72 years is a long,long time in business. As we move forward into our 73rd year we're mighty proud of the friends and readers we have ]
made during each generation of our almost three-quarters of a century of existence. Without their cooperation and support the long life of The .
Telegraph would,of course,have been impossible. In return for your loyalty we promise to continue to do in the future what we have always
strived to do in the past-to be of genuine service to the community and at the same time give our readers the most informative and entertaining '* ._ .

newspaper that it is possible for us to produce under existing conditions. -"..., .. .

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Bradford County Telegraph

Founded 1879 Purchased by E. S. Matthews i
by Col.W. W.Moore and B. J. Farmer in 1893. Purchased in 1932 ;
by E. L.Matthews,
Matthews bought Farmers' interest .
and Edited : .
Later Owned
Present Owner and Editor
by his son,Sterling W.Moore m 1898. .
Then Sold to I. C.Webb Continued as Sole Owner.

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ADDRESSESOF Of Proeeeelag for The Clool.. Of *rt : .dt far.
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FormulaFor INTERESTJames To Whom It Mar Concern wit'I'
B. H. Hardman Has His Own Board You will of County take Commissioners node that the of 8'I'd r

N. Walker, 5158 Camllle Bradford County, Florida upon the' J.:.,.
Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. petition of qualified 'land owners, ni. tau6Dvltl 4
will at 11-00: A. M. O'clock the ,
on HIFit t'
Looking Younger F. E. Stltchberry. 402 N. GreenSt. Oth day of Auffunt A. D. 1951, at Its 8hdlox
'Living Longer -- ., Morganton N. C. Office In the County Court House
In Starke Bradford Ccxrhty Fieri ah
I W. M. Oliver, change from Or- da. conwlder and determine. whetheror ** 'C .
lando to Durant, Fla. not the County will vacate., aban 'l'hl"1 *
B. II. Hardman, the owner of a local fishing camp and I John Rasmussen, change from don,.discontinue described and clone street the, hereInafter and ,

I supplier of fresh fish to local markets, has done what most Lawtey to 1722 Greenwood Ave., whether or not the County will renounce Htthu

men would like to do, but very few have the nerve to try. lie Fort Myers, Fla. the County and and dlnrlalm public any In right and of to .htlrttq

just quit working and went fishing. And, to top it off, he's Woodfin Halle, Jr.. 1720 S. W.

-made- good living at !it. 76 Court Miami, Fla.
klnda' crimped" Ms style. But Dr. Thomas G. Ritch 1541: Every Branch of
Hardman says when he firs I he says It doesn't really make much Perahlng Road Jacksonville Fla
came to Stark, a little more than. difference because he can't take It Mrs. Horace J. Cox, 4700 W s-
30 years ago he opened a restaurant I like he used to, and fishing keeps connett Blvd., Jacksonville Fla. INSURANCEH.

here and was doing "prettygood" him plenty busy. Beryl D. Casey, Fireman 2-c,
Leslie Blggi I r
until Dr.
i rt Station,
changed bis mind. He said that Now he supplies most of the FTB School Receiving
trouble, local markets with their fresh Washington D. C.
ha was having I
so he went to Dr. Biggs to see catfish. He said 1 that he never C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE
trouble selling his II.
"Dr. any
what the trouble was.
11 ;. Hardman says, "told me catch hraaune he dresses and PHONE 146
Biggs. .. : tie (
i that I was entln' too much junk ices them an noon as h getshome |I t

around that restaurart and was ami the market know : ATTENTIONif Constant Service Over 50 reara

workln' too hard. He said that 'that his flub are always frenli.' r i __________________
there wasn't any medicine that He catches them by putting outa S' You Have
would cure me, but If I closed up[ line containing from 800 to l.OOC -
I. that restaurant and just went I I hooks at a time and spaced about evahy ? PINE OR CYPRESS
flnhln I wouldn't have no more seven feet apart. He baits each' )I rr
trouble." hook as he throws It over the side I TIMBER: TO SELL BEA1'SThENFOR

"'\,""," he says, "that waffi I with heel', chicken gizzards, and Large or Small Tracts
, on a Friday afternoon and anything else Just so long as It'S] s'- :

. Monday morning! I wan on they fresh (Incidentally he laughs at We Buy All
lake flNliln' and I been doing himself when he recalls that beefIs ;
.. '. It ever "In....." Hardman, wan too high for him to eat, but that qie PAY TOP PRICESWrite
quirk to add. that tin hadn't he urea It for catfish bait.) ..,err"' ,
, "d, had any sfonuu'h trouble since When he pulls the line In, he'I Ta"a Wnse' e I RFORM
s'W I r then either. usually has from ISO: to 200 fresh

During the 30 years since he gave water catfish on the line besides| or Call
r I' up his business and started fishing, various and sundry other types offish
: I Hardman has hunted alligatorsand and turtles. If the market If', --

I fished and made a good livingat pretty well supplied and with puts catfish It out Hardman casts a wary eye towards a big soft shell turtle as he pulls it in the boat. B. THOMAS
his line
: It. lie said that back before for turtles. These also bring a Ills companion, Tippy, destined to be a bear dog seems to have some apprehensions about LUMBER CO. *
to protect ,
I the law was he killed paused and captured good price he says, and he has the turtle's sociability, also. Hartlman, on doctor's orders, quit his business 30 years ago : ; '
alligators thousands of them In the lakes I I I been selling them to Starke and I 'and went fishing. And he says he hasn't been sick a day .since.-Telegraph staff photo PHONE 211JP. ;T ..

around the county. He has sold Waldo stores for 20 years by Holcomb Kerns. O. Box 735 V G'd
them alive to both Hong Allen at Hardman Is always home on STARKE, FLA.
Sunday because that's his best -hecks out for the wood He says 'I justs crawls In, zips the hammock i n't cork no more," Hardman r "
and the Alligator
Silver Springs ar9A
for renting boats at the fish I that he has a Jungle hammock I[lup and goes to sleep na>'.. "Itnt. Doctor BlgK/ sure -' -',
Farm In St Augustine day -. : ,_' '
h While he used to flail I in the daytime camp. But ,when Monday morning I II that he strings from a tree to. the, "I've heard of some men did| me the favor of my life J
and hunt 'gators at night I rolls around he packs his food I radiator cap of his car, and anytime I doggone! near d>'In' when th..lrdo..tor I when lip told me to knock off >---- --
Hardman Bays that the law and gear In a Model-A Ford and I II he gets sleepy or tired he told them they nhniilil- and go to '''.hln.." QUICK LUNCHor *

i !I More Convenient Agricultural Panel SALES TAXCHANGES Postal Receipts 18-Year-Old Girls FULL MEAL

I I'I I Money Order Forms I Held At DaytonaJ Show Small Gain Eligible For WavesGirls .ac i

+! i Now Available Maurice Edwards Jr., headedone Here are some of the most Important Postal receipts during the first 18 years of age are now
I I of the discussion panels at the changes In the sales tax six months of this year totaled eligible for the Navy's WAVES
Patrons of more than 42,000 annual state conference for teachers law which went Into effect almost a thousand dollars more Lt. Comilr W. C. Logan Jr., recruiting -
t': more convenient money order Daytona Beach this week. Also -1Tax on theatre or admissiontax of time last year. Previously the minimum age has For the the manufacna
available Monday morning. July 2. representing Bradford County I starting at 40 cents, Instead of During 1030: the receipts from been 20. Girls under 21 are required 41 top performance :

Principal changes In the new were V. R. Ferguson and A. T. 41. January 1 to July 1 were $12,603.- to have their parents' con- built into your car, drive in and let us fillenwith
money order system will make Itpossible Andrews the newly appointed Instructor Religious, charitable and educational 66. This year, for the same MX sett for enlintment.
t to have a money orders for the Veterans on-the- shows not exempt. month-period they reached: $13,-I Other requirements for the CROWN EXTRA, the South's most pop
cashed at any of the nation' post farm program. Funeral, above $::100 taxable, 502,60. WAVES Is a high school education
offices or It may be collected Edwards appeared on a panel unless casket Is billed separately, The Starke Post Office or the equivalent, unmarried and Hot weather eating Is sure premium motor fuel! Gives you t\lrtk I

through any bank In the same man-; with two other visitors Tuesday Articles taxable when sold by at one time was a first ..which I I possess the ability to pass a mental to be enjoyable when you smooth accele
ner as the depositing cashing morning and spoke briefly on retailers, also are taxable when lice, reverted to its"second and physical examination set up dine on good food in the starts, extra quick pick-up, extra

of a check. I I "How my Supervised farming sold by educational Institutions. standing In July of 1947. Prior to ,by the Navy. cool pleasant surroundingsof ation, and extra power when you need it. >.
J The new money order appearsin program, led me to establishmentIn Fertilizer insecticides and that time the receipts were above Girls Interested In a career with Central Restaurant.Here .
'I the form of a punched card Instead I farming fungicides are exempt only when the $10,000 mark due to the presence the WAVES should contact the you'll find your fav- Try a tankful and see for yourself.

I of the customary paper slip I The purpose of the five day applied to crops or groves. of Camp Blanding. Navy Recruiter at the Pout Office orite foods prepared the
and purchasers will fill out the confab Is the professional Improvement Naptha Is no longer exempt. However during the year pre.
1 same form and pay the same feesas of vocational agriculturaland Candy costing 51 cents or more ceding Its class lowering, the Building Jacksonville, Fla. way you like them And "
has been required In the veterans agricultural teachers la taxable. post office had taken In only The recruiter! Is available for best of all--our prices are COMPLETE QUALITY/

The regulation that mone,pa.t'I''J In rendering service to their com- Packaged lunches and sandwiches $37,000 and had to relinquish its I Interviews Monday through Saturday always reasonable. SERVICE! l.. PRODUCTS

'J ders must be cashed at specific+ munities. It Is sponsored annually I regardless of how Hold are standing from 9 a m. to 5 p.m. Drive-in to Central today ... ..c- '""
: post offices has been eliminated. by the Florida State Board for taxable.
1 Under the old system. It will be Vocational Education. Soap, and soap powders and for a sandwich or a full
j recalled, a money order had to be detergents are no longer exempt. I course dinner. L. H. (RED) ALVAREZ SERVICE STAN

cashed In the office to which It was; machines to be used with the new Other Changes 1 CENTRAL J Temple Ave. & Call Sts., Stark
Issued. If It was cashed at a post Here are some other changes:
Is the' Electronic Statistical L. F. DINKINS' SERVICE STATION
I, starts at 11 cents Instead of
office In another city an additional Machine, workhorse of the 19501 I Restaurant & i Temple Ave. & Pratt St., Starke
9 cents.Second
fee was charged.The .
Census tabulation of 36 Drive-In HARRY II. HOUSTON'S SERVICE STATIC
new system make avail- The Postmaster General des I cent starts at sale FULLY EQUIPPEDthe
able to the Post I!I cent. Instead of 40. Ph. 83 Starke
Office Departfment cribed the Inauguration of the new -- .' --------0;
the most advanced electronic'[! money order system aa the largest Third cent of tax starts at sale
j business machines. One machine,! single accounting change ever I of 69 cents Instead of 71. most modern and efficient equip- -- ---
1 the IDM Typo 80$ Proof Machine,I made in postal history and said Buyers of big machinery pay a ment available to the profession is

has been especially developed fort), that the development comes after tax of not more than $300 Insteadof used by this funeral home in maintaining .
the new money order purposes and exhaustive study by the Post Office $100. its well known '
standard of
;i It combines all the advantages of I, Department the General AccountIng Tax on rent no longer refunded
Service.DeWITT .
the modern proof machine In ,widespread Department .
: -' Office, the Treasury after six months. The tenant after
use by banks and large de- and the Federal Reserve six months la considered permanent .

partment stores throughout the Board pays no more at that loca "
country. Another of the principal I! The Department urges users to tion. C. JONES ;..

I .. Phone 7 ,Starke, Fla. -

Family Out of Town for Vacation remember that the new money; a Funeral Director Ambulance -
orders must not be folded stapled : THE !!IIlmi
r Make\ Your Summer Headquarters spindled or mutilated in any way; local funeral home enables as to offer convenience and '

since they are to be issued on punch services not otherwise available.
cards and processed by machin-
.. 1

GRILL ery.Last year more than 300OOpOOC We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and PORTABLE =

money orders, totaling upward tc accept ANT life Insurance policy In force Isaved by ANT
five billion dollars were Issued company, as payment In part or la full on a funeral.
F (\ THE REST and paid by the Post Office De- I Consultation carries BO obligation. WITH AMAZING

OUR 50c LUNCHEON IS STILL THE nEST FOOD partment.All new. money orders will clear MIR AC IB TAB
Federal Reserve Banks In the same
.,, manner as Treasury checks or oUter R
cash Items. The Federal Reserve -
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banks will then over >
the paid money order to the proper
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Post Offices.
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