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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME:: E\KVTY-TIIUKK STARKE. FLORIDA, FIIIU.\V, At'G. 10. 1031 NUMBER FOCB




County; Tax Levy Boosted 1.9 Mills REGISTRATION I. Driller

:: : DEADLINE InjuredAs


; : As Both Boards Adopt New Budget ; NEAR t.,

books will bo.
Registration openIn
All hope of a decrea.se in the county's 1951-52 tax' levy the City Hall until 5 p m. Saturday : Well Blows

was knocked out this week when both the Board of County August 11, for the purpose

I Commissioners! and the Board of Public Instruction permanently of registering new voters in the

I adopted the tenative budgets drawn up last month City of Starke.

which made necessary a levy increase of 1.9 mills. The In order to register and vote l In ''Hp. Public Warned Of Danger In Getting

reason for the levy hike is because of the new hospital legislation the city election of September 11 .' Too Close
: To
must have been a resident Powerful Suction
that was passed in the last session of the Legislature. a person -.;; ,
-i jew of the State for one year and a At Opening
#
At Its meeting: here Monday the $$46.OOO in revenue from these racetrack resident of the city for six months t'I ,

Board of County Commissioners fund This would leave Persons who hnvi pr,vlnu lv registered -

adopted Its permanent budget for them an estimated $6.000 short do not have to register Clyde Freeman professional well-driller whose firm drilled -

1931-32 .railing for a levy of 175 this year over last year' revenue again the Sampson Lake test we1 was seriously injured Tues.

mills this year whereas last years without the Increased mtllage. day night When' after demonstrating the terrific auction of

levy amounted to only 13.6 mills! i The School Boards current levy I I the orifice he was dragged bodily into the well and had to

I Add to this, the 19 mill levy made : Is as follows: General School Fund, Starke Offered I .t..t.J be "blown out." lie was carried to the Gainesville hospital

by the School Board and It means 8 mills; Building and Bus Reerte| I where it was reported that he will remain for two or three
that the will total 2 mills School Tax Dfatrict -
county pay a ; Special 1 weeks
recuperating from severe bruises and skinned "place
tax this year of 36.5 mlll on nonexempt -- Current Fund, 6 mills;' District State Tourney on his leg. *-

property except In Special Building and Bus Reserve, I 8! There was another near accident ,
Tax School District Three mills; Total countywide levy fur
when a, negro man, who wan helpIng -
(Staike) and Eighteen (Brooker) schools, 19 mills. The special I & S Post 56 Learns the crew demonstrate the done again Tuesday night. It was
where Interest and fund levies In Districts Three and Eighteen finally given task
Contenders In City Election Arena sinking; .. well's suction, had his pants caught up a* a hopeless
< I levies bring the total slightly are In addition to the above in well however when Freeman was Injured
the and reachod down" with
Kopelousos% popular Starke restaurant man. in pictured higher. Other matters taken, up by the I Starke may be the site of the .> his hand to get them 1..one. Ills The only way It can be capped
Last year's total County levy Board of County Commissioner! now, officials agree Is to dam
I 1952 American Legion Junior hand
then
his hat in the rlng"'for the office of City Coun- became stuck and it
| 'threw was 3 i.6 mills. regarded" the widening of Temple Baseball State Tournament, according the water away from the opening'
paying his qualifying fee last FrMay. It 14 George's first The major boost In estimated Avenue. The resolution rescindedthe to an announcement made took Freeman three men to pull hint out. so that the suction won't be so
I his
and men were at
local politics '!' expenditures came lu the Road and estimates made by Barney this week by A. J. Thomas Jr., tempting the great. A crew of county workers

entry In the city political arena this week was R. V. (Rare) I, Bridge fund which was upped from Shields State Road Department Commander of local Post No 66. ; he!> worked up"cap"too clone to well the when were supposed to atarI work on

qualified Wednesday as a candidate for Chief of Police. $$66,221 in last year's budget tc I right-of-way man on the c6st ol Thomas said that he ha. been ron- d '. and It pulled his leg In. opening This the dam Wednesday afternoon.The .

| have about ten days more in which to qualify b'rfore $$70,198 in the current estimate : securing the right.of-."Nay tot contacted by W, A. Hardaker, cut off all the water entering the reason for capping tne well

\ on Tuesday. Aug. 21, i This called for a raise from the 4.SI widening the street The resolution Chairman of the Junior Baseball : well and the auction was so great and not allowing i it to drain I's because I
I mills levied to 6 mllU In' states that the lowest bid Program for the State of Florida
last
Klectl; *jWUl be held on Tuesday, Sept 11. year that the other; men couldn't puP! of a protest made by the
1951-52 Part of this increase was made by the bidding contractor asking the local Post to take It. H, him out However, the air that State Board of Health. They said

due to the fact that the Road and on each Individual project shall b< Thomas said that no decision has had that It would have to be
entered the well cappedfor
56 LOSES CHANCE AT TITLE Bridge: Fund.ended last year ;with I accepted by the County and should been reached yet as to whether or : '! reversed previously a period of five days or so to
tyear'lI coming back" out of the
the local Post will nex
a $6,000 while the current the owners fail t;) accept not sponsor
surplus property
SECOND LOSS TO JAX 71al tournament. He said thereIs (cavity and It Is reported, that itblew allow all the sludge from the
these bids anal'start
account Is wiped clean. I (lie County I Starke
: l a possibility that the Post, In Freeman, an extremely big sewage disposal plant to
| American Legion Post bottom of the fifth when he slap- The new mlllages, which are to- condemnation proceedings. conjunction with the Starke Chamber P" man. about 118 feet Into the air. become settled The disposal plant

second game of the Area ped a double Into center field He I tally different from those last I, The resolution was drafted be. of Commerce may take on the Sheriff 1', D. Reddish, after seeing f has been! overhauled in order that

lent at Bradford Park last then advanced to third on a balk year, are as follows: cause of demands of some of the responsibility but that the Post the demonstration of the well's the well could be used, but a con
teneral: Fund .._______ 1C property owners They asked thai
I ight to the Post 9 Gener-j but died on base. j I' -- -- hardly feels It can carry the load JI4. power. IIIIIu<'d a grave warning tc siderable amount of raw sewage'
Road and Bridges __________ full amount of Shields estimate bt .
Iknonvllle 7-1 and as a re- The Generals came back to score, j by itself. -'- visitors, to the well site Sampson escaped In process.
I I Fine and Forfeit _______ __ C paid them rather than of the low. at -
said that the Host Post has
hits in the He
the Area Championship:, two more runs on three Lake It Is extremely danger. I Freeman told spectators hand
I'Int. & Sinking (Jail) _______. 1.C eat bidder. The resolution which I on
j to and board for all .
of fifth and scored three provide room >
Lnce to participate in the top the u he Bald, and a person caught Tuesday night that measurements
that Shields
states
3
Total 17 was adopted
Wauchula more runs on an equal number of visiting players managers andbatboys. In the auction show
joumiment In j would Just be, lout the well to be draining at a
The above total represents the estimates are In excess and shouldbe furnish the equipmentused -- ,-
|k. They lost the first hits In the top of the seventh and i I. because men would have to besummoned rate far beyond expectations, even I
millage levied by the County Commissioners. rea huled. I all fees and All !
pay umpires'
V a narrow 2-1 margini final Inning ]I, The Commissioners confered Looking something. like Old from Orlando to get the Without the siphon attachment.
i the week. | In winning the Generals touched : the other Incidentals necessary to 1'alihful. the Hampmm>> Lake test >erson loose and he would be dead He said that .It was draining at a
i bill Increased with the County Judge, E. K. Per- This
The reasons the hospital the tournament. requires a
Jiday night's game, the Jerry Fountain for nine hits I well *h <>U. M huge column of water by the time they arrived rate of about 5,000) gallons a minute -
relative to the recently enacted and
the millage Is because the ryman, minimum of $lioo per day ev.
jumped( into the scoring where his teammates collected only I ami! mud skyward during a "blow" Freeman, wanting to demonstrate or between six and seven million -
i bill provides that all race funds, law concerning Juvenile ery day that the games are rained
In the top of first Inning'v five off the offerings of Clark I late Tuemlay afternoon. the excellent drainage of the gallons a day. This I in enough
I in excess of $30.000 shall go into cases and the Judge agreed to dc out, the host loses $500.
scored tw on two Mixon, Generals planer. Er.rII| well before the water, he said
runs cap was Installed to supply
? the- requirements -
| the work for $25 month Ai
a hospital fund with the first per The only way that Starke can
ky retained the lead from proved costly to the local nine aft I I I:I $30,000 being divided equally between this seemed just and r asoti.,jle accept the tournament, h. said, is Fourth Man Freed appeared in Starke Monday night of a city of 39.00O peo
In the
Neither of the runs they booted six\ chances and asked Sheriff Reddish If ht ple. It will be increased still further
Last hla proposition was by for the business men to pledge 10
the two boards. year accf'ptedJ')
scored however, but field while the Generals missed j I could get the when
jive each board received approximately the Board. to 33 dollars apiece to back the Under $1,000 BondIn County Commissioners ,the siphon attachment
liostly erroM and a stolen only one. I I Post up In.the event that the venture together The Sheriff salt Is added next week.

j In lust week's game, Delano I I loses money. If the tournament Beating Case that It .was almost Impossible, but He said that th j suction Is so

topped the scoring until 11, Thomas limited the visitors number to only 1 II I Unemployed Pay City Permit Granted just lost a few dollars, then John Zelrd, the fourth and'final' he Informed A. .I. Thomas Sr. great that the blood can be drawn
the ai clerk
Bom of, the fourth when three hits same ; For New ResidenceLeading the loss would be pro-rated among and si-cured a photographer through person's. skin by placing
Totals
I the visiting pitcher gave up but :: $831 the pledges for just the amount member of the quartette arrested and then they! all went out to tha part. of his body across the -

!cored t'::16 run -on three the Generals tying run ,was un"earneJ' In Weekly Period the list\ of building formlts that vine event Rn )iito the.hole.Hardaker for' the brutal beating cj( .W. J. :welt\ sit. for the demonstration.: A It Js.xtreme'y daaA'.","II openjnjr. ,hesaid
lomas leifotf ..''It'lIlngled'nced a5' the man crossed the rained all number of other
said that It Jordan, was released by the iiherIff's people had heard: and' unauthorised! pen>ons
t, third and scored plate on errors. The winning runhowever. I this week wu: a permit In Wauchula last about It and,
were week-long year journeyed out to th. should of
Thirty unemployed persons office this .week after post- stay clear the pipe' op.nlng -
Inore singles and an Infield, was earned and although granted Nelson Moore for the and most of the games had to be lake to watch It "blow". .
its ended their scoring foi'' it gave the Generals only a one paid a total of $331 In Bradford building of a new home in the E. played In the morning. Even at Ing the required $1,111111) bond. He Freeman and Even Installed with the siphon ttach-
ment said
a crew of three he It will be
Vt be sufficient County during the last weekly period he said the merchants sailor attached lo the mothball
but Williams brought lun edge It proved to subdivision. Present that were la a men walked
J. Dowling out Into the pool sur dangerous, but not a* much so because
I fans to their feet in the' for the win. reported by the Unemployment assessed only 10 percent of their fleet In Green Cove Springs. rounding the
plans Indicate the value of the mouth of the well anc1pUred the water will be t.iken oft

!, Compensation Division of the home at close to ;$3.000.( guarantee.Thomas said that It Is a wonderful His three companions who :were a cap over the pipe. This the bottom Instead of uhli'pooling;

ilization Now Is' Extremely Unlikely II Florida Industrial Commission. M. E. Land secured a veimit to opportunity for Starke and also arrested were released twc shut off the water entering the at the top. However ho emphasized
Total for the state was $202,932, weeks posting bond. The pipe Just at It did when his the suction will ot.ll be
nyder Tells National Guardsmen remodel his home on Lafayette St. that Post 56 would hate to pass It ago upon leg be- great enougli -
a decrease of approximately $15- According to information In the up. But, he said, "we Just don't I case Is scheduled for trial In the came caught and the air that had to overpower o'i adult man

1'i-al' National Ourd' unit with the National Guard Bureau In I 000 compared to figures at this I City Clerk's office, the work will,I! feel like we're big enough to stand I next session of the Circuit Court en term] the pipe with the water and people should no get too lose

likely to be mobilized any Washington 'ntud their fttltudw time last year. I I coat about S i1\O.\ I a possible $2OOO loss." which will be held In November. forced a stream of water hack: out to It.

the mar future Pol. Mnxnjd.T -I seems" to substantiate his opinion I ---- -- --,------ ... -- -- and shot a geyser Into the air approxim.tely A. to whether or not It would

C<:mlllalldln Of- This quieted the rumors that 350 feet high. continue to "blow" several time

I the i27i( Regiment Old ''were circulating regarding mobil- The Man In The Tower In This the was done twice and It wa a day, sending huge geysers Into

|lardsmen Monday nighta ization and that came to a head placing of the cap over the the air, he said that it wouldn't

a \ here. I I: when Col. Henry W McMillan: Jr. top of the pipe that the negro wat after the siphon la attached unlearn

j laming? why he thinks then began warning all Florida Guards. miles each way. When a train begins caught by the suction. competent workers mad It. At

1 1 1losf to the bottom of men to be as "combat-ready" a! There's a man sitting in a lit to enter, if he doesn't we it, Freeman hud attempted to cap present, he said, it la blowing three -

j regarding. mobilization, het possible during his divisions train tie brown house next to the railroad p"" a bell ring In the house warninghim the well a few nights ago and succeeded or four times a day, but the addl-

t Florida has already sup- Ing at Fort McClellan Ala. thlt I I track In back of the concrete : of Its approach. Then oa the buy the terrific pressure! most of the air and it won't gush

on than Its share of reif week. Col. McMillan: said that six I j block plant that's been seen and : : train approaches each of.the Various that hacked up In the pipe burst tlon of the siphon will eliminate
i waved to by hundreds and maybe I crossings, seven In number the cap ami it was supposed to be
active duty This ratio of the nation's 27 National Guar!I 1 any more.
called' thousands of kids on their way to :', he turns on the belln and lights at
)m population figures, heJ divisions have already been and
,
school and playing
and from
He
those particular crossings. says
'1 'everal other states are to active duty and that Florida Driver Of Stolen
of them know him.He'll Car Rites
yet, hardly any he has never had an accident hap- Wednesday
vtilnci. Col. Snyder said Guardsmen must be ready to answer Thigpen a gray- '
Wallace
11 pen on hi* shift yet because the Apprehended
I has been In close contact the call. haired twinkle-eyed railroad man p"I warning system wasn't working. Here For C. M. Turney,

for more years than he can re If* also his duty to watch the Johnel McOray, a IT year old I State Farm Employee
memb..r.Allk east side of the trains as they
tone Rotary'*. Swimming Program boy, Is In the Bradford CountyJail
Thigpen how long he's been come by the control house and look Charles Merrill Turney. 89, resident -
hwne. Popular With Attendance Up working for the railroad and he'll for anything wrong One night, he this week awaiting his returnto of the State Farm for the

lean back In his wicker rocking say, he had Just come down from New York after being appre. past 14 years died suddenly at hia

>'imatet'' 80 Keystone Plans are now being made for chair scratch his head a little, out of the house and was startinghome hended 'and arrested last Thursday residence there Monday morning

'oungsters are learning tc exercises to be held on or around I and say "Well, I don't know exactly. when a train came by and a by the sheriffs office. for I as the result of a heart attack.
the
Raining a knowledge of August 23. marking the close ol I've got it in my papersat ball bearing all large all a baseball possession Mr. Turney was m native of

h'fety and enjoying them- the program. At that time certificates -: home though. But, he's quickto rolled out by his foot. If It had hit of and driving a stolen : Ohio and moved to JacksonvilleIn

|In! the swimming program and badges will be awarded add that he' been perched up him, he said It would have prob. automobile. He has waived extradition 1016. While there he was .a
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''lft inducted at Keystone those youngsters who have passef/ In that little control house In ably broken his leg. proceedings and New member of Riverside Presbyterian

|by the Instructors from the varlotu qualification tests pertaining Starke for almost 25 years and en- He said that he looked at the York authorities Church and served many years OJ
of it. train and the wheel on one of the are scheduled tc
llmmokalce and sponsored to their age and ability joyed every minute an elder Since becoming connected -
KeY.one! Heights Rotary, The awards Include everythingfrom I, He Is originally from Brooker, cars was Just about broken to pick him up here this week. with the State Farm, in the accounting -

a badge: denoting "Mlnno having been born and raised there, pieces and could have caused a He was driving as though he department, he was affiliated -

rogram started July 31 and Club" members to "Senior LlfSaving < :' but he left and went to work for serious accident If It wasn't stop was lost, the sheriff's office Bald I with the First Presbyterian

r inal irollment : the railroad when he was 17 years ped. So he went back Into the and acted so peculiarly that theystopped Church of Starke. and was a popu-
ehowec Club' participants. I '
In the I old. Now, he's 61. He said that control house, grabbed a red rail him for a routine driver'slicense lar teacher of the Friendship Class.He .
f'"n attendance." How- Col. R. H Kelly spoke to .
work for and flagged the engineer
went to road flare
I when he first j' wan also a member of the
!>i n w until the Club at It regularly check He had no driver'slicense
grown .ched-I
I
Rotary the railroad, he worked In "show- The train slopped without and his Stark Rotary Club.
Jiib'r' u almost doublet? uled last Friday on story sounded unconvincing
meeting awhile he
work awhile-quit anything serious happening
era": Surviving are his widow
of the
II '
"
'" lh< Increase.! The Art of Public Speaking. Col i' "Just like these kids nowadays," I said but it chewed up about 600U..e I so the sheriff called State Farm; three cone CharlesW.
New
the York
Ieot. Stat. Police
"y day Sat- public speaking to P bet. and
taught
except Kelly he says "I didn't know any Turney. Frultland Park John
N'r' Sun at from 9 until 11 number of Army officers classes ter." However he finally figured Spending every day In the little found that the car had' been stolen 1*_ TMirnfiv .h.vllla ...,* Y_.._

bca h before his ret'rement'! that he had better stick with the I| control house, Thigpen has done from Utica July 2S. Newton Turney:Dallas, Texas, and

I railroad and went to work for a lot of thinking, he say, and hasa McGray told the investigating seven grandchildren.

erty Sales I II good. Now, he's the second highest --A philosophy of his own about peo officer that he had been hired by Funeral services were held In the
Sgt. Edwards man In seniority that.the Seaboard pie. He says It'* a funny thing First Presbyterian Church Wednesday
a white man to chauffeur him -
ilver' Lake Home From Korea Railway Co. employs. And, he maybe I ._ii.i..i----: LtiWV' --*"% *'"t I but you read In the paper everyday around morning at 10:30: o'clock
highest now, he says because II about people demanding new I the state but that the man with the
the \\,. L. wWvro < from tile peat I supply pastor. George
'I I Thlgprn a .hry greeting u a passerby .
S.'ley Starke and Silver Sgt. Wm. P. (Bill> Edwards he Isn't sure a* to whether safety measures In their cars, 'I had caught a plane back to New McMoater.. officiating\
In the tU-abiMird watch tower.over And he the railroad '
Jacksonville who homes, etc.
Je. r, ported the follow. of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Edward "that man" in I ...- says 'I'I York and told him to Just "fool Interment was) In- Crosby Lake
son thousand of dollar
him is still on the spend
ahead of Cemetery with
l II1t! nale, this week. of 310 9. Church St., Is home on was bells around' for two weeks then drive arrangements In
1 for him when )he's home, he on their way south. "Then," he every year building warning charge of DeWItt C. Jones.
F w y of Surk lot 2A. a 30-day( furlough. He arrived 'In I job.Thigpen says that the little con- said, "Doggoned If I know. There's I,, say, "I'd look up the track real and light at the crossings and the car back. No Instructions
D to f p L 29 frorr house was put there In 1928 : track. I 1 1Seerrta I and start to hiring men, like himself to control have been received a* yet, bjr thesheriffs
Magoon, Hamp- Seattle Wash on July trol so many of .m I can't keep good, both ways, Real Estate Brokers
"But he "most of the office. aa to what to dc
make them. ,
the first one to says
has been for and he wo like every time I leave or climb down out of the house to
Stewart Korea where he I use of it. "Those. were hard days," come back there's a different man exercise a little bit, and before my time the bell can be ringing itself with the car. Form OrganizationThe

I 0 tI R Iota 8 and 9. year. he says. He sold that there used a-worklnV* feet reached the second rung on clear off the pole and people drive ,
R. Rogan, He arrived In Starke August 7, right on across the track a* though
Keystone trains passing Pfc. Owen Starke-Keystone
to be so many "It's a good thing I can walk the ladder I'd see a train coming StationedAt Height
I.J. and will be home until Sep'emb through Stark. that days would I wide open down the track. Needles their life wasn't worth a plugged Realtors AasocUtlon was formed
Thomas 4. when he reports to Ft. Jackson without him being able to back and forth to work he says, He nickel.! Eglin Field last
starke, lot 3. pass to say, I Just quit trying Wednesday here In Stark
this
"because here In
a. S. C. for reassignment. house except to go home sitting up often In the evening when he goes
Mount leave the can get down now every *o when four real estate broker from
Pleasant subdloL"yConw.y. While oversea he lIerv..dvlth I at the end of Pus working day. J house" all day really makes you during the day for a little walkbecause home, he says, he Just fool around Pre Robert A. Owen. 2.. Don the two cities convened Membership -
stark.. he says, tiff. Thigpen says he doesn'teven the back yard with his chickens. of Mr. and Mr, Virgil Owen of
R. C. T. I "Back In those days there ore usually just (even
4 the 24th hif. Dlv. 19th i however will be to all
and eat lunch because with hardly been to the open
enee and But when a train starts Into Starke. has assigned
R day I
In ':lay ('r.lunty veia. 613 He Is possessor, vt the Purple I "I worked 12 week.hour Now.a if* a any exercise' at all. he would or eight train* passing througha Stark., no matter what time, he Air Proving Ground at Eglin Fieldin real estate brokers within the area.

.....klolIvWe.8&lUtdel'1. to Ira Bla- ., Heart. the Good Conduct Medal l seven day a he because he: get too fatBack day I stop whatever he'* doing to 11- West Florida. Owent attended< Elected president was S. E. Mc.Kay .

1_ ; Bronze Star with cluster. CJ .N'I, little work easier from eight says In the morning I during the Florida boom, From his control tower, Thigpencan I ten. Why "I've Just been a roll- BHS and la a veteran of three Keystone Heights: W S

nty ., 233 acres In I Ribbon Korean Campaign to four in the afternoon just five he says 50 to 60 passenger train ee the railroad track approaching road man so long It'* second nature .- years of overseas service In Ger Sibley. vice president Silver Lake;

) It r.. Bowen, Jack- : Presidential Unit CitAtion day a week. A* to who takes passed through Starke every day Starke for two or three : ," he says. many. and C. A. Futch. Starke. secre

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j 8TARKI. FLORIDA rg II,
j ItRADFORD COtTVTV TELEGRAPH. tt
: PAGE TWOBradford ...
should t>*
r "Why those are pumpkins, young 1 turns out successfully business, what It with thecurrent \ I "'" '' ''
thriving
"The loctor a
man, he said. gave running about a dollar
County TelegraphESTABLISHED me strict orders about working, price

but I grow those because I just a pint. .
1870. E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNKft-CDITON myself occupied.They're .
have to keep J who now owns
./ Culver,
Orv
without grainof
all raised a
the former Jeff Lewis place on the j
fertilizer, too. .. Mr. Brownie road, thinks he's got a tOIlErr
th I p
This is the second year
l"ublh.b..1 Every and. Knt red a\ Second pumpMnt and ,I pullet that has set a new record i
Willis has grown
CUM Matter at Office ttt 8t rk. Fh. ./1 ot them to for youthful egg laying, and maybe
he sells most gets i 5 ;
: I passingy; The money he he's right.BarlyIlird,
t.rldIlY@ "i* hardly
1951 tan or 50 cents apiece)
worthwhile", but at least It gives :
to do. And now
Months him something ,_. .
,1. O For Six I ///////ia .
Subscription $3.50 we know where to get our pumpkins
Bradford County when Hallowe'en rolls around,
EisenhowerThe Big Question Mark Around I.again. Quantity Rights Reserved -aes Good< Thru Saturday

.
already Once many years ago an
Rumbling of the big political year to come are County ,unknown writer. In describing' the Back toward Starke at ..ArlhurGompel's

being heard--on the National, State, and even th.the ring last virtue of Bradford County said: place, we got the traditional Kohr's Grade A Sliced
'Into
level. Three candidates threw their hats i the Circuit "When one considers climate, soil royal salute at the gate
week as contestants for the office of Clerk II for Irrigation and drainage, shipping from his pedigreed German Shep- w,
start campaigners
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Court In Bradford County-an unu/lulJJlyearly fadJJfles/ and conditions/ generally herds. They're beautiful dogs, but
in a county race. On the :State:) front, speculation, Bradford County holds a unique it makes the hair start up on your 1 ;>h 1 1ans... BACON

is already rife as to who? will run for Governor, with half a position. No other county in the head when they come bounding toward {

dozen names already being mentioned. state can boast of the same combinations you even though there's a
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On the National scene, the waters are just as unsettled : no other county contains I picket fence between.

:; at the present time. A few months ago some observers forecast so great a percentage of till
I that Mr. Truman would not run again, but recent developments able soil lying so close to the gateway I INi i7 \ Grade A, Dressed & Drawn

would indicate otherwise. More and more people of the state and enjoying sucr" ; ; .L, !

nowthink that he will ask for and receive the nomination. | favorable conditions of Irrigationand M J,. t7 Florida or Georgia Shipped j jalx
for this line of thinking. '', drainage, or such condition. n.e -.. _
number of reasons It
There
\ The President are a hall obviously been nettled by the setbacks )'I! generally, adapting: it so well tc ii;.; : r7 ;;

I Congress half given his program and he hopes that if he takes general several farming of the special stock raising lines 01 ol i FRYERGrade

I hU case to the people'they will support him. He is intensely, profitable lagrlculture, as does ilry
" resentful of the attacks on Dean Acheson and other members t' Bradford County." I c

\ of. his Administration and wants his policies and appointments S. .

.1! to be justified by another victory at the poll*. Although those lines were writ I

\ Even if Mr. Truman does not run, he will likely "name" ten back In 1916 tney are just at

{f : the Democratic candidate. The power of the presidency is II true today as they were when first i I Layer ''I'IHe A Thighs Quick-Frozen lb.Fry..rIJegs 69c 54
i such these days that it is not likely the nominating convention published. Bradford County i if I --- Pound
, would go against his wishes.!' truly blessed with favorable conditions I Fine Police Dogs bought some White Leghorn Meaty' Backs lb. 39c _

) On the Republican side Senator Taft seems to be out in of soil and climate making Mr, Compel has 120 finelookingpecan baby chicks on March 30 and the Tender Wings lb. 49c '

I front right/ now, but he isn't: "in" by a long :shot The Sena- it Ideally adapted for purposes olgeneral I trees on his place and hasn't first egg .from the lot appeared or
22 about IS weeks later
AH concede that farming livestock raising done a thing but turn his chickens i I July -- -LtC
I tor from Ohio occupies a strange position. that beat? OrdiI U. S. Comm. Grade ROUND ,
and smtrtl Anybody got -
manufacturing plants
loose- around them. This he
l' he is thorough and conscientious and one of the ablest men way
I lly, we understand, RIB STEAKI.n. -
Human pulletsi
nature being what it Is, and insects nary
said, the worms are
j: in the Senate. He has organized and led opposition to the however, we usually take these I' kept out of the ground, and also i i don't start laying until they're five CHUCK ROAST LB.
Administration and has had more to say about GOP policy six months old. And Mr. Culver
, blessings too much for granted anc out of the nuts, and the lower lor| BEEF PLATE STEW BEEF l.H.
than else. Yet his friends and admirers he hadn't been 'em ,
anyone even among never give them a thought untl' parts of the trees. Then too the says feeding
there is1 a feeling that Taft couldn't win; that, from a vote- some outsider comes along and! chickens provide the only fertilizer 1 oyster shell or anything else tc I FRESH. HAMBUKdEK.! !! LU. .

' getting standpoint he might be a very weak candidate. This calls our attention to them. Af the trees have had since he bought hurry 'cm up.When .
Is!' the feeling that he must overcome if he is to be nominated. I the old hymn suggests we should the farm fve years ago. That's I we took a run out to hit

In the meantime, he has more convention votes in his pocket' "count our many blessings, one by killing two birds with one stone place to see what these "early I '
than any other Republican Jlo sihility. one" and stop every now and thento or rather solving two problemswith birds" looked like there was one '
;
Most strange of all is the Kisenhower: situation. TheGeneral's consider just how fortunate w( one flock of chickens! {10f the nicest flocks of White Leghorns coltwtpt
In these Mr. Culver .. /
are. S. parts.
prestige i in enormous, both here and abroad. He said that he and his wife ordered
has and attractive and record that is And speaking of thickens, see '
a warm personality
a 1600,
and
The Telegraph from got 610 successfullyraised
almost beyond criticism. Itut no one apparently at this time i time to time, to "Follow proposes the Fur. where a New Jersy man has come j :389 of them. To top It off 23 C
up with an idea that sounds crazy -4'
knows whether he Fs a Republican or a Democrat. The Eisen- rows" around Bradford County, report -I but then you never know till one of these pullets is so anxious
hower followers both parties are urging his candidacy In word and picture what you try something out. This fel- to start laying that she's consistently -
you
Polls indicate that the President's popularity !Is lagging, and your neighbors are doing, and I low says there's nothing that keeps producing long but small a
while Eisenhower is at the top in public esteem. It is not try ro.bring about a greater appreciation a chicken healthier or more productive eggs containing two yolks.

likely, however, that :Mr. Truman or anyone else will put and undvrseandlng of than a pair of "plnce n.-z," The Culvers are newcomers tc I
much stock in polls after their 19J8 fiasco.A this wonderful county of ours. We .spectacles! Can you beat that? Bradford County, having just
few observers think that :Mr. Truman may decide to will appreciate "tips" from our I He makes the little gadget moved down lu March from Indi SUPERBRAND
retire voluntarily out for readers on things of Interest to see himself of and I anah..re they were engaged In
come Eisenhower and thus dumb- out plastic uses
found and confound the Kepublicians. Others and write about What's new? I them on his chicken ranch atI general farming. The Lewis
are equally certain
Whoa experimenting with what N. J. the realpurpose place, which they bought contains Ice Cream Pts39c 1/2 Gal ,
that the General will run on the GOP ticket if the I Farmlngdale Says !
about 100
now ? Who Is 125
nomination i offered to him. crop buying more{ of the specs Is to eliminate acres pecan trees, 4Sm
purebred stock? Who was unusually and a brand new chicken "hotel"built
In any event, Eisenhower remains the biggest'questionmark successful with a certain I of the"cannibalism"poultryman's, biggest which Is head one, by Culver himself. Right\
in all the speculations, and it looks as if some very venture? In short anything you now he has about 13 acres In improved -
aches. Seems that when not lay-
interesting times are ahead on election\ fronts-State, Na- know that you think would be of I| ing eggs chickens like nothing| pasture and plans to put S. C. Elberta or Freestone
tional and Local. Interest to the other readers of the In about 20 more next year all ,
I I better than to peck at each other i
Telegraph. Come on let' have I (Kinds like us humans, aren't Iin I, Pensacola Bahia grass PEACHESRAMBO 4Lbs39c
fun. You tell and we'll tell the I Looks
College. us like the Culvers are just
they? When we don't keep busy,, .
LAW.TEYTho The O. W. Rolx>rts family re. rest of the folks. Let's let the, we start getting' Into trouble) .) I[ the kind of folks we.need and wantI

.\ turned, to Lawtey last Tuesday after world know what' doing and When blood Is drawns, the whole I around here progressive, ener-
JIYI<'iI&, ., ..,L.'H. FuM11 pending a week at Klngsley brewing (not home-brewing of I flocks descends on the victim and Vgetic farmers, who are really sold APPLES 'I'|| 3 Lb..' 25c ,
M .. course) in Bradford County. on Bradford soil and its
Lake. | County
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.CitsCouncil Rev and Mrs W. T. Walter S. I be so kind as to draw any anal possibilities.. CUBAN AVOCADOS 3 iw 25c .,
LawUy met In went to Jacksonville last Friday tc Drove through the Graham secI ogles between chickens and humans C e .

regular with session all members last Monday present,evenIng City- attend .a birthday dinner for MrsWaller' passed lion the the other city day limits, and going just toward as we I on that score.) And that Is just a small part of( GOLDEN BANTAM CORN 5 for 29c

Attorney Q. L. Fatten was sister. The plastic glasses clamp on the what we saw going on In good old
and Mayor O. J. Anders present Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook and round Brooker, spotted some big yellow I chicken's "nose" and once on, areworn Bradford County this week. Re- FIRM TOMATOES 2 Lb.. r. 29c
After the regular business was son Charles, are In Georgia thl.we..k things sitting on a front i for life. They permit the member, we're depending on you
vacationing and visiting relative pniMi. Thinking they were i bird to see sideways and down. to help keep us posted. Just
number transacted of the council adopted a *. gourds, and the biggest ever seen, ward but not straight ahead.Wonder a card or drop by the office dropus SEEDLESS or RED GRAPES Lb. 19c
Ordinance"to take the Friends J, we stopped and drove up to the I I
of O. Phillips who If how long It'1be\ untl'Bradford when you or
neighbors
of your are
place There several were that no needed general revising. confined to a Jacksonville hospital) house for a closer look. I County chickens get doing anything or thinking of doIng CANTALOUPES 2 far 49c
will be pleased to know that he "the new look" with specs? anything
worth
change made In the city laws but passing on.
was much Improved at lout reportS. Duncan Hines Snow Concentrated
revision wan t 0 r Crop Limeade or Blrdsl1t
necessary becausq olobHOlrto Cone.
A. licks left last Sunday for I Back on the way to Starke,
dinances.portions of the old or. Johnson City Tennessee on a business w stopped by to see the U. D. Dynls ORANGE JUICE 5 CaD' 99c Lemonade 6cIII

and I pleasure trip. and found Mrs. Dyal dressing
At the Close of the meeting Dan' Piirrlxh of Maxvllle win chickens (some folks would call it Winter Garden Frozen Sliced, Sweetened Pan-Red I Frozen
Councilman Parrlah resigned tc visiting hU sister and, bi'othcr-ln- undre ln' 'em, no doubt) on the
t take effect the first of next month I law Mr and Mrs. O. J. Anders back porch while Mr. Dyal recuperated STRAWBERRIES 4 Cans 99c Shrimp Pkr

Mm. Emma Hill and ErneBl! hint Sunday from a worm digging

YVrlU were business ,-visitors to Dr. Hoy Hunter atfTl Henry Grant expedition.
.Lakeland lust week. They also I attended 1 Lodge in Lautey lust He says that worms are getting' U
were vlnltora at Florida Southern I Tuesday. 'shorter and shorter" meaning TO

shorter in supply, not length ot
course. Says he dug nearly al'! SWICFYNiIN1c
b u 'and back 8 8I
morning came with only 3-Lb Tin
.
Kvcry Branch of ,
had 20 l wrigglers.netted him only The 36.week before sot good ,EUCcto

INSURANCEH. The situation Is getting so bad
I that Mr. Dyal plans to build a find a four-leaf clover- FREY BENTOS ( '

Hit hobby pumpkinsAlbert I' start brick-enclosed raising them worm himself.box He's and it's better luck to have Acci- j"

C. \WALL AGENCYPLEASE I having plenty of calls for them dent Insurance! CORNED BEEFMIRACLE
Willis came out and I from the people going fishing In Tin
grinned aa we Ignorantly Inquired I Hampton Lake but can't suppl)
PHONE: ; 1 WJ about his "gourds"GRAHAM. I the demand. If his "worm farm" Charley) E. Johns I
KRAFT'S SALAD DRESSING
Constant Service Over 50 Years of Melg. Ga. Agency
I Mrs. Roe Rivers of High Spring Phone IS STARKE FLA

I and aon. Fred are pending the 3
.. lly Mrs! ....McKlnny! week with Mr. and Mrs. Louie I WHIP12oz Pt Jar
Dempsey.Nathaniel. ;;,
Family Out of Town for Vacation? > Dyal and .... ......:
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand family of
Make Your Summer QeadquartenGUIDON children were guests of her Starke Were guests of Mr. and Mr.r"._ tlna THa TBAVeLEB H.rtfort MUSSELMAN'S
aunt, Mrs. Will Melton of Waldo B Dyal Sunday. uI

at the Sunday Mr. and Mr., Carl Broughton I APPLE SAUCE If/117-o1 /:

GRILL I and baaY'', Horace Cain, Mr. and I I GI
Mrs. Ed Parrish. Mr. and Mrs I 1 1I
K A T
AT THE ithST
I John McKlnny and Mrs. Bernice i ,
I'gRGF:'T TILE REST Broughton attended the funeral of ALL

l.enBrown at Pine Level Thurs
OUR 50c LUNCHEON: IS STILL THE BEST FOOD FULLY

BUY IN AMEKICA: day.Mr.. and Mrs. John Willis of EQUIPPED [Ri
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Nichols spent the weekend with 0 4Pkgs2

his parent. Mr. and Mrs. Albert the most modern and efficient e.luip.ment
Willis..
They left Monday for a available to the
profession i la
two weeks vacation in Canada. i
used by this funeral home in main-
t
I PORTRAIT STUDIOHallmark the:Mrs.weekend Lizzie in Hines High and Springs sons spent visiting taining its well known standard of

Mrs Delia Osteen.Chisper I I Service. ORANGE 1 1Ice

Greeting Cards Easterland returnedhome ''I'I JUICE 46-oz

Tampa after visiting spending relatives.Mrs. two. week. in' DeWITT C. JONES

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a.dI'ammerrlnl assn Phone 7
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J. W. lope was guest of hei Starke FJa.

Ya.l.e.....,. / / ru.. mother Mr. W. H. Vlckrrs Ir Fresh Co1J I
i "........ Douglas, Ca. Funeral Director Ambulance Service Pork Fresh CornedROAST

II.alIt1 t NS ,rwF l n+ ..t.word.Ca. Mr and Mr. Basil! Davis an Our local funeral home I Grape'OnThetio ink
Ht enables as to offer
.... Klal.hlo p4 JO .......In. the proud parents of a baby girl>, services not otherwise available.conveniences and BEEF
born August 7 In the Alachua On. *"
eral Hospital. Mrs. Davis W as l I LB.
103: \V Cull St. Starke, Ha. Phone %63 Betty Jean Jonea of Graham. W. furnish the I LB.89c.
highest
type service at lost
prices
anti
Mrs J. W. Pope had a* heguests accept ANT' life i FREE
Roscoe Bullington, Photographer & Owner last week Mr. and Mrs company M Insurance policy In force !**..*] by ANT 49c .
In
.. Truby Slade of Starke and Mr' Consultation payment carries part no or la obligation.full on a tuners I AllDauFrl, I.AUG101951 :

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MOTORS SNACBAR Lots of FUN STUMP'S
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:New and Used Cars John H. Denmark C. H. Nasworthy AutoAssociate and Son OIL
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..., I Club I(Young People's Class I Hain
r WSCS Circles Met Miss Lucile Mitchell Jr. Woman's a Pet Show Monday morning In for i

AfternoonThe And Lester Crews Has Annual Picnic I Has Picnic OutingThe front of the church. 'Hainr ,, ,
Monday I All pets of the 4 to 12 year old I hr.Vi, ''' r .':
Will Wed 30 Sun youngsters were invited to participate ? I u ;. :
ol t August I"" executive board of the Jun- Young People's all: fish ,'In
cliii" meetings! tpl
monthly with the exception of horses atl t
d Woman's Club met at the homeof School Class of the Presbyterian
the Woman's Society of Chrl tlal'1'Service .. ,_ __ ior and snakes.
'
-- Mi,"Y Ulllan Stump, Wednesday Church with their teacher, Mrs.
:> I i church of the held First Monday Methodist afternoon t tI AU.'''I'.t 1. Mrs Henry Godwin pre- VV. J. Epperson, Jr., enjoyed a Judges for the occasion were Flood Relief
were nidi. .l I 'in the absence of the presi- swimming and picnic outing Mrs. S. E. Sparks, WMS presI- Is Fund
at their respective hosteswshomes. dent, Mrs. T. K. McClane and Nearing
:MootyPhone dent Thursday evening of last week. Goal
I The annual Junior Woman The group gathered at the W. E Miss Frankie Morgan. Are
35 Circle Two me* wIth Mrs Clui picnic was held at Strick- Dowllng' lake place on Kingsley AH entries received a blue ribbon Starke there 23 lt10re "k"
.. Bertha Pearce with Mrs. Tltu land Landing at 7 P.M., July 19. lake for a swim before precedingto while the winner In each classification help \\ho would (
Olson Summer flowers received a gold ribbon. someone who 6p
assisting barbecue was
supper
I A delicious
the Epperson's for their picnic able to '
Baptist Circles (Mrs. John Deas I I were used in decorating" the Pearce served by Mrs. F1. .W, Stricklandto supper marshmallow roast and Dog entries were: "Micky" Den- help himeritt
home the members and their guests. nia gold ribbon winner, entered by Only $23 1110rt It
Met At Kingsley I Honoree At ShowerThe Miss Lillian games. and Ilenree Lou Dennis plele Bradford btded t
Mrs. J. H. Ritch gave the devotional AssiMtlng In serving were Kay ; CountYt"
For LuncheonThe which was foJloved by an Stump and Mrs. At K, Carlisle Enjoying the evening' fun were -"Rusty" Lewis entered by Brenda the special relief fUnd(eh
home of Mrs. Ned Yancy r time In
article on Cuba by Mrs. E. K. Ferryman '' Mary Rivera Stubbins, France and Jim Lewis; "Foozy" Halnes $77 the Mld.Wet!. \! "
Loren Epperson, Daisy on W. Madison street wan the held their regular entered David Haines "Gen- has been p
and one on. Korea by Mrs The club Caldwell, Kay Partney Mary Sue by ; A, nailed 11\
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Fowler, and Dora Alderman Clr- scene of a delightful stork shower Olson. t monthly meeting Monday evening Epperson, Oliver Williams;, Richard eral Robert E. Lee" Haines, enter Toroale chapter c
Glee of the Baptist WMU entertained last Friday evening honoring Mrs/ Aug. 6 at the Club house. The Kuhn Albert Newman Sidney ed by Mary L. Haines; "Buttons" It you haven't'
Circle at the John Deas. Hostesses for the affair Refreshments were served lethe mains,.
the Ida Darby program WItS In charge of Mrs.T. Newman, Ben North and Curtis Williams by Ricky Williams; to this Cund.
Kingnley Lake home of Mrs E. W were Mra. Yancy and Mr eight members present. G Mitchell entitled "Religionin Roberts. I "Spot" Lawson by JimmIe Law- bill In an kindly 1I1P1
Hayes Tuesday with a covered dish. Eldon Hardy.A Circle three met at the home olMrs. our Home. Mrs. Charles Parker son; "Brownie" Bryant by Dorothy MrTonrde envelop5Md IiIIi.
luncheon.The profusion of summer flowers :M. R. Judd with Mrs. F. M and Miss Sbaron Hall sang the (I I Bryant; "Buttons and Bows" Stump at tr give It k.
Ida Darby Circle was hon- were used to advantage in decorate Williams as co-hoHtess. There were lovely number "It Is No Secret I Baptist Youngsters Green by Bill Green. Stmtip'.Stotl\

ored on thla occasion for havingthe ing the home for the occasion. 15 members present.The What God Can Do," accompaniedby Stage Pet Show Cat entries were: "Snowball" ( tills
most members attending the Games were played during the : buitlness meeting was pre. Mrs! Tom Casey. Sale by Linda Kay Sale; "Susie" 111' TlgXpdWe
program and biifllncna meeting I evening and prizes were awardedto refreshments were I Bryant by Linda Bryant and sin
sided over by the circle leader Delicious The RA's GA'a, and Sunbeams ; ,, .
during the year. I : Mrs. Ewell. Lawson and :Mrs.. Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Sr. Mrs. Jo;. C Mrs. James Marion Mlt'hllll announces served by the hostesses to the I of the First Baptist Church under "Tommy" Linsin by Larry and ,I j deeds wad! amr
Mrs. M. F. Hazcn had charge Selma Ray.Altractlve Hernwall gave the devotional "The the engagement .nf het' members" and the one guest Mrs. j,I the direction of Mrs. Clyde Priest Marlene Llnsin. j ,during ('UI l' or ''ehr
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of the program on the topic, blue napkin favors In Healing Touch" Mrs. James daughter, Lu>.",lo Carolyn Mitchel'to Dorothy Green Reese their Young People's Director, held( Other entries were, "Bows" !ilk BOI11r o vlr>-

"Youth of Today." The devotional the shape of diapers filled with Hobbs In charge of the program. Lester Thomas Crews son of ... .
was given by Mr*. S. E. Sparks mints were placed on the refreshment read an ankle on China. Mr. Thomas Crow and the late Andrew N. Grady of Barberton, - - - - - ---- ..-------

followed by the reading of a poem plates It was announced that old cloth. Mrs. Crews. of Venus, FI rida. Mist Ohio who came Sunday to visit ,It's National; Vegetable Week: !...And A*P Is Cele' S ratn9'N; '
Building a Bridge" by Mrs. L. Q. Mrs. Deas was the recipient of Mitchell Is the daughter cf MrsIV.'tchell his father, Rev. S. J. Grady was :,
Powell. Miss Patsy Benton sang many lovely gifts from the 20 ing for needy Koreans should be and the I lei James Murloi suddenly, called back home to attend -
"!t la No Secret," accompanied at guests! and her hostesses. 'aken to the home ">fIr Herb.t.tRitch. : Mitchell. the funeral of his wife's
the piano by Patty Lawson. Other brother who was killed In Korea
taking part on the program were i St. Mark's Auxiliary A tasty dessert course was nerved The wedding will take place on The funeral will be held Saturday. L A Wide Variety of FarmFreshVahie4dmous
Mrs. Oarl Mathews, and Mrs. Lu- by the hostesses during the Thursday August 30, at the First Friends will regret to learn that ,
ther Pickering. The meeting was i A "apend-the-day" meeting wll: social hour. Presbyterian Church of Starke. Pvt. Ottis McKinney Is now in a
closed with by Rev. L. D. government hospital at Augusta
prayer be held by member. of St. Mark'lAuxiliary Circle Four met at the home of
Halne. Joanna Hill Williams OIL as the result of an attack of
Mr. Titus Olson on July 20 at 8
VegetaWos
5 P.M !
from 11 AM. to malaria. He is stationed at Camp
o'clock In the with six
evening
Mr Futch
To Wed
Lioness Club To MeetThe next Monday at the home of Mrs members present. Gordon,, Ga. /

I James Blackahear on Kingsley Mrs. T. G. Mitchell gave the de- September 6th Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman are \ 'Fits.
Lloneaa/ Club will hold their
Lake. votional. The evening was spent visiting In Los Gates Calif withMrs.
Thursday
regular monthly meeting
evening, Aug. 18, at 7:30: o': I A covered dish luncheon will be discussing WSCS local needs and Nollman's brother-in-law and p California Ripe LargeCANTALOUPES
slater Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Swin-
clock in the Lion. Den. served at noon projects.Mrs.
yer. \
Olson served a dessert
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For Birthday Joint Party HonoreesA FREE !t '\ CORN, 4 for .


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o . . . . joint birthday party was held \' : ad '. Green Hard 1I""dCABBAGE

, I To Thrifty Shoppers Tuesday Court celebrating afternoon the In anniversaryof Nollman'a UP TO I Ib. K

Bobby Benton who was 11 years 49.50
VALUEWarranty
old and Lamarr Kelly who was two

Who Want To Save!' years old.Games .were enjoyed during the \ ,Y ",1 ,".'!low CookingONIONS

afternoon In the yard where the ServiceWith 3 Ibs. liSeedlewt

'r\ : SALE: LASTS AUG. 10 THROUGH refreshment table was also set up.

: .. ._____ ..... The table was overlaid with a Z ,
r F' ...#_ white linen cloth and centered witha The Purchaseof v. ,', "r> |{etl Malaga

\ '. white and pink birthday cake a New y GRAPES lb. .
with 11 pink candles. 1 1M U

I' The little guests of honor were .

the recipients of many lovely gifts Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams TV SET i ....... 1s Large RlpnHONEYDEWS
from their 30 little gucBta. o(..Lake Butler announce the en- Customers r'
, '" Mrs. F. J. Benton and Mrs. Robert gagement and approaching marriage Call 239 I y! d4t \ .
Kelly mothers of Bobby and of their daughter, Joanna @- 2 :: Corner l// f/: ,
hostesses Hill to Mack Sistrunk For FREE I
'i Lamarr were for the Futch son 'V'"I ,.. : 1
party.REGISTER. of Mr. and Mrs Charles Arthur that .
.._ Demonstration :l -- floti<'ed pr i FLBERTA
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EXitch of
Starke, o '
\ Have 11 are ;, r ,
The'wedding will be solemnized enerallY ,
'chickens they Y
on Thursday September 8, at 8 than ,
,; I o'clock in the evening at St. Mark CHAS. C.SHEPHERD plumper' acacias s agol t t -" PEACHES
I a ,
were for 'I
.... Episcopal Church In Starke. 1 reason .
p
The ceremony will be followed t 1 yTViG prm t'Chicken-ot-io! 1 .1- ,.
,..-,",. ? your old electric refrigeratorin by a reception at the home of the I I this is the, breeding' ,
the PHILCO bride In Lake Butler, I morrow d by '.:w; 4 Lbs 2t

:-.rte''I' r WIZARD Television: .. Radio gramhthepcooperation: tto.

OM Refrigerator Derby Miss Edna NoegelTo Seat Covers .. Upholstery I

at Wed Mr. Johns !307 W. Call St., Starke: Fla. I -"S'Srtffi-: t-:: Bushel3.4 I 3'

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Saturday Evening '
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: = .- IeSTARKE younger. more Ann Page StrawberryPRESERVES 12 oz.fr
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lack.
aura _- I rt.Full J
LONG TYPE... .. 15.95 Hidden City I CUSTOM pELATIONS
alas I plenty 1 of PHILCOREFRIGERATORS PRESERVES A 2
power for normal needs. Full site-full 100 ampere capacity. Food stores
Guaranteed equal to Starring "Bomb," the Jungle 420 Lexington Avf'..
original equipment quality
11.,)' York 11,N. T. -

..... ." .. New S'Shlne Halve Yellow Free
AndBadman's-- ,

I" '. : PEACHES, No. 2 1-2 can- 25c

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Johnny Carpenter, AljnLorkuotnl Our Own Tea Bags

:..... Meat Values I '!
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II Mr. and Mrs. J. T.: Quigley I of Sun., :lon., Tues. I lona All Purpose Cocoa
I Starke announce the approaching AUK. 12. 13, II Grade AD&! D Whole
marriage of their foster daughter 8 16oz.can.47F. '<
oz. can 21
FRYERS lb. c
title Edna Earl Noegel, to Pvt. tClmer Blue Blood 55c
Louis Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs.I .. .. 'oO-
C. B. Johns, also of Starke. With Kill t\illlams. Jane Nigh i : the owners of the oldest The marriage will be solemnized Arthur "Shields 25
WHITING
_ electric refrigerators in this Saturday evening August 11, at lb. 15c 14 oz. bottle
7 o'clock In the Fundamental Cos- r .
(..... TerritoryM Tabernacle, their home Wed., Thur. Aug. 15, 16
I pet church.No Super Right Thin
Slice
Double Feature- : -ill m 'cLoaz
juarantetd to Outperforn KEEP COOL I invitations are being sent B'FAST ONllb.r: : COFFEE
Nothing to buyl but all relatives and friends of the Rocky MountainErrol 59cAllg.xHl
any Other Outboard in Its ALL SUMMER No slogans to write I couple are Invited to attend Fljnn, --------- r. lib.] Bag- 77c 3 Ib. bag.2.2:
oldREFRIGERATOR. I'atrlran..re
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a low cost Ian.Streamlinedlightweight Chrome list Price IM49.9A evening at 8 o'clock' at the Squared Circle I 8 oz. pkg. 49c B oz. jar 1ge 16 oz. jar 31
trim Brown enamel finish. home of Mrs. W. J. Studstill. II .. .
Americas fasten f row.Inf j I .. .
Non-tip base with mar ------ #
outboard' Flashing 20 I ._ Armour Tenderize,
feet. I'ltnlc
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AUG 10 19 51PAOR I

L'p FIVWMr.

COrNTT TElFrR\pn.: STAKKtt.: FLORIDA .
BRADFORD -
--
---- -- I Mr and Mrs.;: Felix Sapp and Mr.
----- -- -- --- -- ----- A. D. Martin re
----- -- L. Peek, Sr. and Mrs.J and Mrs.
: Mrs. S.
| Mr and Mrs! ,'.' Halo of For Mrs. Lila Powell returned to her Mr and to the Mrs.State Louis Farm Dean next are : E, Wilson are leaving Tuesdayfor turned home Friday after four ami Mrs. J. C Sapp left Thursdayfor I

I i Lauderdale spent the wevkeud will) I II ome In Miami last week 'after"month's MI'II.R. a. moving week' where Mr. Dean has accepted a two weeks' vacation in months In New Orleans, La.. where Nashville. Tenn. to spend the
nieces,
Mrs. Halc's mother Mrs Lewi visit with her N. C. with friends
Waynesvllle weekend
at the
accountant
I Grtl I a position as Mr Martin was employed.
Mrs. J. D. -
.
C. and
|, Lee. I Dampier Prison I :Sale:! Indian head' Fabric

I Petty Officer 2 c Robert Beer. fls.Mrs. Nelma Keen was the gllt'tlt Mrs Carrie Bitch, and Mint Annie nebular' 9Sc yd. Now 79c at

Is spending a 17-day leave will of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burdetti aLake Darby drove to Jacksonville I Slump's.>
: THE NEWS his brother-ln-liuv and sister. Ml. Geneva several days last Tuesday to bring.bark Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sieg and
IN ooll
r and Mrs. Joe Arnold. He recentl\ ; wwk.. Mrs. T. :J. Griffin who have spent daughter, Pat and Ann Johns are L ?

.. received his discharge reenllstei Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Robinson ot the past week at Dr. and Mrs. C. I leaving the end of the week for : ? c 2

I Mre. Willie Mae Denton and son for six years and will return h Apopka were weekend! guests ot C. Mendoza' where Mr. Griffin a two weeks' visit with relativesIn

' lam. ) Moore en- II I.Mike, left last Friday for a ten-day his base as Instructor at Key; I Mr, and Mrs. James Lewis. was receiving: treatment. Mr. Griffin Columbus. Kenton and Johns Cambridge will + *! *
I West of St. P Is feelingmuch better. City, Ohio. Linda
supper Miss Norma Keisling
? t<6rbp:ue )I I visit with relatives in Fort Pierce will\ be the weekend gues Guasle KopeloiiHoa, accompaniedby accompany them to Augusta. Ga. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and i tersburg
housed j Biggs <
for their Edwards had hit I I visit Mr. and Mrs. CAN
wing Wayne as children and Mills Sue Biggs and of Miss Ona Demorest. his uncle and aunt from Jacksonville I where ahe will I STILL
Mrs. J. :M. Ed- weekend guests Sidney Taprell I Bobby Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rawson and. Is visiting relative In C. N. Christy for a week.
Atlanta, Biggs are spending this New The Canasta Club met with Mrs.
Jimmy, of Beach. Mrs. Cecil Sewell were buslnes. Washington D. C. and the
of
Daytona
month at the
-s /have been occup- I Biggs' cottage 01Klngsley visitors in Gainesville Thursday ot England states for three weeks. Bertha Pearce Tuesday evening.
Mrs Raymond Howe and son Lake Ga. Mrs. Kent Shepherd spent the
Brown cottage on : last week. M. M. Lancaster of Albany,
for the past twc Eugene, are vacationing for three New Shipment Star Hran! Miss Mary Winkler Miss Do spent the weekend with his sister, early part of the week with her T GOODY

guests returned tc weeks In Barker and Elmira N. Y Dress and Work Shoes foeMen ; Johns, Mills Lucille Alvarez, Mn Mrs. Martin Land.Children's son and daughter-in-law Mr. and
Atlanta; on Wed nell- and Mountain Lake Pa. visiting and Boys at Stump's. Warren Winkler and Miss Hild Dresses 1 to 61 Mrs. Edwin Shepherd In Jackson-

relatives. Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong had Watson spent Sunday at Jackson $1.00 at Stump's. I I ville.Mrs.
Edmund Tenly, Joan Tenly,
as weekend guests, Mr. and Mr. villa Beach. Cpl. Billy Miles returned, to his Allene .
Pamela Lawson and
Paul Robinson and Mr. and Mrs Mra. S. J. Benton attended the base at Sault Saint Marie, Maine I I Faye
Frank Herlung of Jacksonville funeral of her father I. I... Dukei. last Friday after 20 days' visit Lawson are attending the Baptist LIFEGUARD SAFETY TUBES. :

S. J. NEWBERN\ STUDIO Mrs. F. J. Jackson and Myron Wednesday of last week In Baxlej. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. this YAV'.A.week.Assn. camp at Tampa Bay ; ,

F. Miles
Hurt field returned to their home Ga.Don W. B. of W. Palm
Mrs. Granger
Dansby of Jacksonvill Henry Baker of West Palm ......... .
In Cleveland, Ohio Saturday afte Beach and Mrs Hal Gillen of For-
'iICoTln ROVING PHOTOGRAPHER"PORTRAITS R. O.
weekend with the
: spent the Beach, an Inspector with the Flor
spending three weeks with Mrs. 1. nandlna were overnight guests on
\ Dansbys.Mr. ida Railroad and Public Utilities
1t'f M. Mulchings. and Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. U. S. Cv.rnmant regulation en rubber Itlll pvrmlt Ge.dy.arlo
Adolph ..
and Mrs. Gay weekend
Communion guestof
was a
:
.. COMMERCIAL Mrs. J. L. Wilkes of Jackson Kite. manufacture LifoOuard Safety Tub.. : ::
(;y children and Janice Dansby visit
yule was the guest of her brother- I ed Silver Springs and the Ocala Mrs.Everett Mae McKinney Jonea: of, Jacksonville Jeanne Pollet Is visiting her Y.., Ooodyvor'i Lif.Ouad Safety Tub. are silt tha b.it blow. i ieut : ::r
In-law and sister, Judge and Mr. uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs L. A, -aedd.nt prol.ttlon that you can buy' for your car today. Th.r. '
National Forest Sunday. was a recent visitor of her sister ,' It nor such thing at a blowout-proof fir.. IUT tlfoQuard Safely ::::.;::]I
udio Open All Day Saturdays A. Z. Adkins from Wednesday to Nice Selection Back to Mrs. W E. Mlddleton. Hall near Cltra this week The U1. : Tub.. malt any blowout at harmlvtt at a slow ....k. Why not ''::.:' ,
Halls were guests of the A. ... ,
Sunday of lust week. School Dresses at Stump's.Mr. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Green and trap In and too about a tot for your car?
ednesdays 6 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. Mantle Hutclilngs of Galnesvllli and Mrs. Louis Dean have children. Sgt. and Mrs. R. W I I Morgan family at dinner will Sunday.to rUmimbir, you can't g.t bettor protection to '0'. your llfcl
Miss Lillian fly
spent the weekend with her parents as their guests for several weeks, Reese and children, and Mr. and Stump
OUR OPENING SPECIAL Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutch Mrs. Dean's sister, Mrs. Wm. Stlp. Mrs. Adam Green visited the Jack. New York City Sunday on a buy.
Ings. cousin Mrs. Edge aonvllle Zoo Sunday. Ing trip for Stump's Department SAFEST in Any Tiret- They're ECONOMICAL,too-
pell and her I I
f8x 10 Portrait-$3.< Judge and Mrs.' A. Z. Adklni Thelman of New York City. Everett McKinney left Monday Store.Mrs She Del Colley plans to and return children Friday are You can put LifeGuard LlfeGuard Safety Tube will I

plan to leave Tuesday for Waynesvllle Mrs. :J. S. Adair left for her for a ten-day business and pleasure spending this week at the Perry- Safely Tubes In your pre usually outlast at least \
N. C. for a month's vacation home in West Palm Beach Thurs. trip to New York and Canada. I Lake.Mr. three sets of the lame size '
with Mi. Mrs. Carl Mathews, Mr, Cula man cottage on Kingsley ant tlr.., whether they'renew tt
The Adkins' week's visit
son-in-law and daughter day after a and Mrs. E. J. Flynn spent tire* betide helping you
STRAITS TIlE MODERN. WAYSTARKE Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy am and 1 Mrs. W. O. Haile. The Halle Coran, and Mrs. L. M. Pickering, Sunday at their camp on Lake or used are recapped to get the lat mile from

children of Gainesville will occupy) also had as overnight guests Tues Visited Mrs. Homer Lewis In Jacksonville Heweltt. or tlitl have) original your present tires with

the Adkins' summer home during day, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Curtis of Thursday of last week. Mrs Richard St. :John Is visiting tread. safety.O.DINARY .
Mr. Wm. Norris had
and Mrs.
Atlanta, Ga
their absence.
relatives In Flint Mich for two
Nylon Bedford. Cord Suits 2.. Mr. and Mra. Ned Yancy and as their guests on Monday, their )I weeks TUBf- I
children are spending this week granddaughters, Jan and Patricia Wh.n. tiro' with. anordinary
IMT rent off at Alvare Store. Sale! Uayon Dress Fabric tubo blow
Dodd Mrs.
and their daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Brown of at Kingsley Lake. out. th. tlngl air
Light Weight Summer N'lop Augusta Hillman of Ocala. Regular 98c yd. Now 79c yd. comportment col- .
I Plant City were visiting Mr and lop,. the wKeel
ball Suits. Kenluceil 25: per rent I&t Friends of Mrs. Steve Weldon at Stump's.Hollis ..adl.ntrro.u.iy
Dedicated To Community Service Mrs. Alton Dobbs last week. Alvarez HtoreIlckernlch will be happy to hear that she lagetting V. Knight spent last weekend : throwing the
Mrs. Mattte Gahagan returned after her In Gainesville with his family. car out of con"ol.LlFlOUA.D .
"Movies Are Better Than EvC'r"TUES. 1 Children's Pant alone nicely; operation -
I lout week from a ten-day visit with last Friday In St. Vincent's Word has been received from ) JAPITYTUIt ilesGuasa ha.

her son and family, the Emmett at Stump's.Mr. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W H. Nollman that Ins.blow 2air.hanb.n, ,
AUG. 11 I Gahagans In Bluffton, S. C. They; and Mrs. John Douglas an Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward movedto they are In Los dates Calif tor D Ouard When blowc tire, with ilea out, sly au/.,
'
., WED.- AUG. 11, J5! enjoyed a trip Washington D. C vacationing for two weeks at Lake City Tuesday of last week three weeks visiting Mrs. Noll- the outer chamber ou'.on'V' d.mMr, .Iws
D.E FEATCREiy Mrs. visit Kingsley Lake. Ward and sister I give way'-.-.... Soy
during Gahagan's where Mr. Is In business man's .brother-in-law I _: cord fabric Inn. lira
and
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Seymour Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas With the Philco Agency. Mr. and Mrs. W F. Swynler. euppertt cor-d.fI....
Palatka family and Clara Thomaa are vacationing Miss Is Shaw and Gene .'_1". You can bong /
and sons spent Sunday in Margaret Hall spendingthis Miss Shirley
cor to a tofe,
Rides AS YOUNG Mrs. Gladys Harrington was li for a month at Daytona week In Milwaukee, Wla. visiting Shaw!! spent last Friday In '.' in ye.i (it-lino' .. .

Gainesville on business last Fri Beach. relatives. ton visiting Miss Mary Joe Jonea. '
Paul Hudgins of Arcadia formerly STOP AT THIS SIGN OF

day.Mr. of Starke, was visiting ,. 'I
and Mrs. Prescott Gill and

gain As You Feel son Buck, and Tommy Gill recently friends. and here Mrs.Tuesday.Mr. M. H..Shepherd and FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLYPhone (C_

returned from a ten-day vaca son, Michael returned Wednesda; PROVED BIOWOUT CCIDENT
tlon iu Columbia, S. C. and Waah- from a two weeks' vacation visitIng 26 p. O. Box 509 111 W. Call St. TIRE SEfeVICEHEADQUARTER! PROTECTION FOR OVER .
Hart and Marlene Ingtou, D. C. I in Georgia, Daytona Beach am 16 YEARS

)**itrii hAM Montey AV M.ley and Jean refers. Priscilla Cox of Live Oak spent Miami.Mr. Starke, Florida |
the past two weeks with her and Mrs. W. G. Godwin am

grandmother, Mrs. D. L. Silcox. small son, Bob of Palatka, spen
"An IAT.I. TRACTORS FARM EQIPMKNT} Center Station
Service
) Max ol Mrs. Bel.thaPearce.
Also NEWS! and CARTOON Col. and Mrs. Snyder the weekend with
Jacksonville are occupying MrsMartha AUTO ACCESSORIES BATTERIES TIRES
Smith's home on Kingsley Jackie Joe Davis of Rome Miss,
SEEKER GOODMAN
he Marines Lake. Is visiting the L. N. Pickerings for TUBES FISHING TACKLE; SPORTING GOODS:

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Colsou and two weeks. APPLIANCES Phone, 206 U. S. 301 at South City Limits Starke, Fla.
ml Kelly children spent four days of .last :Miss Jeannette McLendon has -
; .. .j In the Red .
week In Brooker. accepted a position -' -
(mm and Serial Friends" of Mrs.:: A. C. Durden Cross Chapter office during the i
will be happy to hear she returnee: absence of Mrs. W. R. Morse, who \

TIII7RS FRI.AUG 16,17. from the Tampa Municipal Hospital is vacationing. ,
Mrs. Daisy Johnston and daughter i I hi&iniiiierdkSb1kfreeI1
last Saturday where she wni
under treatment for three weeks. Jean, of Houston Texas an ygf
visiting their mother and grandmother -
V.AUG 12 13
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rape are
Mrs. D. W. Moore. They;:
moving to Bartow next week Cecil n,
Belvedere Fort Worth visited Mrs. Moore's son
i .where Mr. Rape has accepted a Moore and family In Arther'ed..
j position with the school system nesday.

UNGS I there. Mrs. Katie Murphy and Mrs. ::1.
I Mr. and Mrs. Jewett Fogg, who L, Gentry spent Wednesday In
Randolph ScottIN e I are occupying the Kincaid cottage Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Charle t

o on Walnut street will move next Painter who Is a patient In SI.
e Bell I week Into one of the Kincaid apartment Luke's Hospital.
: Tt1I1'o U'OLOIC I which wJtl he vacated Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Call am ,

by the Louis Deans. Mrs. Vlvlrette Call of Charlotte, ,
ill and Joanne Drew Judge and Mrs. Frank Smith N. C are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ala CARTOON and SHORT I of Orlando are spending. this H. Ritch. 1

fS and CARTOON month at the Klncald cottage ot

Kingsley: Lake.Attending .
the officlia visit of the @< yxy we
t
Worthy Grand! Matron at theO t
I E.S. meeting Laho City Mon as

'day evening were: Mrs. Elva
I LOW CASH PRICES
Stewart, Mis. J. B. Cottiell, Mrs STOPs. r a i. 'rGy kr yn2t1 r"f:' r.dt'4k"
.
I J. R. Kite MM. C. K. Hernwoll e

; and Mrs! Dan Harley.
ONuxedo I Miss Elizabeth Ann Lawson returned .
to the home of her parents
I Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Lawson/ Sunday ,
I
I after nine month's schooling t
FeedsMASH In Chicago III. Oil Tuesday Miss.

Lawnnn, and Miss Marion Carney
Ilelt for St. Petorsburg.

Miss Carol White Is spendingher e Ahwl with Exclusive I
vacation In the mountains of
5.20 II North Georgia. Super-Sensitive FM! j

__. and Think "Star
Stop GET THIS f., CM>, tl.>..-,..., Utif.r.. I Brand Shoes are lletter"Select ll.......ls e> I.'.., D., *r Iitgbl-A.piis.l" l
(TER Grower 5.50 yours at Slump's.Mrs. J t tI I
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FordBrake
-
I O. W. Mansfield of Tampa .
Is the guest of her brother-In-law /f6/with
Amazing
ITCH 4.65 and .sl-iter Mr and Mrs. Ned Yan- ,

cey at Klngsley Lake. Special Y k' Long Distance AM 1I 1
I Vida Jean Gentry: returned ; I
home after 4L week's vl"ltfllh her Ver Mire r.w.rl.l, l.i. miiig, M.reCmpkte 1

tr r Cent DAIRY 4.20 I aunt Petersburg., Mrs. Marie McMillan In St. TODAY ? ,,M ty1h.r. IIWI liit..i> ilnswS- A.ywk.rS1 -.


Mrs. W. H. Graham has returnedto .
MEAL 5.25 I St. Luke's Hospital. Jacksonville Reline All Brakes
-
I where she Is remaining un Adjust Emergency Hl/Sensational j
der observation.Mr. !
Marshall of Brakes Pack FrontWheel 1
EANED OATS 4.00 and Mrs. Edwin
1
Anthony spent Sunday with the Hearing
see
J. Shaw.
F. s
Miss Dflores Marshall of Anthony Road Test Car .,, i "d1 Think ef III I yoa can enjoy new! music,

spent last week visiting Mr. adl' Qr' ball games, daytime serials, variety pro.

and Mrs. F. J. Shaw and family.Mr. Ir.m..aJl.h.rp.clear,brilliant, completely
AlsoCOMPLETE '
and Mrs. L. M DeSha ofIVlldwood I'I'I Only 13.15COME f/e-/ree. Plus many programs not avail
Mrs. Esther Johnson of
t .ble.t all on AM eels You enjoy them without

.. I Plant Mrs.City W. H.were Struth weekend and guestsf Miss IN TODAYThis N.w Zenith "Super-Symphony"-America's; : finest FM-AM bothersome cross-talk, station drilling or fading. Without even the .m, _

LINE OF Kate Struth. table radio! Super-powered. with giant 7'/i inch speaker for most need for an aerial in primary signal areas. *i,....I ,
/ Prl/ for
Livingston of Tampa < No radio you've ever teen..,no radio you've ever heard compare ;
Mr. G. C. 'U
C Limited T...... Only sensational lone and reception ever in a Zenith table radio. Suoer ,
Ie visiting her grandson G orgeVIcMaster with these. All are Zenith-engineered to the highest quality I

( BUILDERS' SUPPLIES and also Mrs. A. A. Sensitive FM Long Distance; AM.Complete antenna O/) 95 standards known to the induitry,Ball mean Me them.S e..MEAR i / : ...,, .

Durden. system built in Ultra-smart in Swirl Walnut plastic. ej / the big d UT reoc, they cap cult la'your'radio enjoy nwct today If'l- '< II t
Up
K.
Judge and Mrs. E. Perryman .
I ,
** for Bethlehem, Pa., .
$5-J Starke, Fla. eft Tuesday -

to n-Iaw.; visit Mr.their and son Mrs.and E. K.daughter-Perry. r i FREE HOME TRIAL TO PROVE STATIC-FREE RECEPTI'ON 'f

nan. Jr., for two weeks. USE OUR CONVENIENT TERMS
Mra. Jacqueline Moorer and I ANDREWSMotor I
Mural Gardner drove to J Jrharleston. .
Irs. I
Builders S. C. Sunday for an.. II
SupplyCARL rvernlght visit with Mrs. Moorer's Co. I Winkler Electric Service

husband, Leon Moorer, who was In

port Sunday and Monday. : Phone 118 222-224 Temple Ave. On U. S. 301 -Starke Fla.
JOHNS Mrs. E. F. Cain of Atlanta Ga. Phone 166
Is visiting her mother Mr. *. Carl i ilackaon \ Sarkc.( Fla.

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I 1, 000.) fuel. long. In en ere ,rt to gut I, very big dog fennel, ragweed cot I 1'1, ,k ,'f th.' ('In lilt Court, yt., M.I t and\ "n cnun.,n 111.and.1 yru I Sc ni... r"- nnlicd, to, ,.er' a (('pY of your an. St'W1'1

! r Ilia rows straighter than we usually fee weeds etc. I \hlll,' T 1))"" ,'r. 1.IupillY ( 'rk i ium.l i urt to serve a mpy of your an- swer or pleading to the complaint "
b,:J 41 5,24o'rl ( % ( .
Plaintiffs
FARMER'SDIARY .5. the complainton on the Attorney T. I.
the to
off pleading \
them Sam raid wer or
get Stark '
Floridaand
: Meal ID. Frank Landrum Y .
C/APPK. Plaintiff Attorney,
rows by simply driving the tractor All things considered our chick < .J-r \" the Law Exchange: Build- file the original In the office suit r
ConstiVr'aV Jr. 103
Ilradfurd Evan, ,
and down the field, using ens are producing pretty well. I,, ( In ult Court. Jacksonville Florida ana file of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on b, ,
'
up $ I In C """ InII', before the 27th day of August 't" .,
the tire marks as guk'es. The Get about 20 eggs daily from oui ; : :: NaceLle,"lalntlff: vs. John the original Circuit In lb.Court office on of or before the- or 1951; otherwise the alteration of reqtlr flat of '

:CO; and we think that is' all ",". Ste. lH.fcnd.nt.V Clerk of the Complaint will be taken as SW, ,
Hy Sam McCiarvey rows are a lot better than any rye hens Cnse Xo. anD the 27th day ef August 1851J said :: '

have made up 80 tar, bat they do right In tills hot weather. %., '1'.' AplrsF. otherwise the allegations of said confessed This notice by you.shall b* publishedonce nipi the p.
e.
II.J reahlen" will be taken as con"his
The author will be Kind to r4I !- have a curvo In them at the end. '' ': n 'JaVetta. whn.e Complaint each week for four consecutive soot T,.
,. II ; Went 71lh Street New York Notice": the Bradford County Tel*- al ... '..
crl\e Items of Interent concerning Theninlng\ a pair ot dice hlllfrs, When talking to Charlie Shu- T rtall b.> published ,, week In \ nI:1: "
I Urn activities of farmer" In bed and ford about \:11, hereby notified that once ench week for four consecutive trr..ph. of Clr. i c ri n' .;.
sweet July
Sam threw up a narrow planting some are reutoratlon olli in the Bradford County Tele"naftd Dated this fSth day 1J51. day ,t AI E, .
nriulfnril County. Suggestion! maybe later widened the arc of the hll'ers potatoes, he laughed at us and ,", t"t I .fr n name Divorce and, other relief naifiled Week5 (OFFICIAL SEAL of the A.Circuit J. Thomas Court., aliegaj. ,n 'I' ItIoo
'
Clerk be 'f
I left at the Telegraph office or and made the bed a good deal said: "Do me a favor and give me 5. '11 against you andto in this !SEAL;55th day) A.cf J.July Thomas.mi. Ey Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk Th'liken", .., '
Court
mullcil to Sam McUaney Law ley, wider. Now have to level the the money you'd spend In plantIng ,II-. ,1'00, aliove and you named are required (OFFICIAL Clerk of the Circuit Court. 71U 45 1111 Once$Week tlo. $$..,

Florida. beds, square off the shoulder and them, for I'd appreciate it,. ."r\u. a copy the of your complaint answer on theKSrV. or Ey Myrtle T. Denver D.r: 'rT4fl 5th j TfOTICE, -TO APPEAR graph W0ok" r .

make a good drain furrow or alley, and the sweet potatoes won't.: nillnir; '" to Attorney William D. Im Clrrdlt Court. Bradford Coeaty.Florida I'lll,, ,i .

Joy our family milk cow who Is the vet said a nail In her heart and then put a baud of fertilizerIn meaning, of course that the weevils .? Clark Building! eKnvlllH In Circuit ('....rt. Bradford CenHty, i In Cbmeerr.Belva (OFFICIAL' fcIM|( "I
Florida and file the origin Klorlilm' I. ( hancery.Annnhplle B. Harper Plaintiff vs. JohnB. I ''p,,'k 'm.,
make iv
supposed to have a nail In her there Is nothing to be done but down the middle of the bed and it unprofitable to plant .1" In the office of the Cl.rkat the Dcvlnncy.' Plaintiff vs. Harper Defendant.Case 11I".110 v T. _

leart la neither better nor worse. wait and see what happen And mark off the lines whtre the plantsare them as a crope rinult Court on or before the 4ti Harold DevInney. Defendant No.. I5tl .
15.1 otherwise Cane No. 8ltB9 To Api>e.ir.To :,
She has and to be set. Then when there day of September :Notice/
a fairly good appetite
that is going to be a worrisome allegations of said Complaint Order of Publication And !Notice. To John E'. Harper "whose real O'II'R To,
walks without the difficulty she time. I I. "water In the ditches" we willet When we lived up In N. J., and tho will ha taken as confessed by you. Appear STATE OF PlnRll Tot dence Is: Mason Street Henderson In ('irrul.. ('...... ft.'PIt... '
Fiorli..1
had, and Is giving a fair amount S e the plant did a little gardening In our back This notice i-hall be published humid Pevlnnev. whose residence. North Carolina.. and the malllae- address I"ulo",, I.I..'..h.. ..,._,.
,.n<--nrh week for four. consecutive anil, address Is.: Unknown but hose la Box 829 Henderson. North hut.,ii\..
cf but still docs look yard we often wished that Kin ,
not or
milk Piled Into the station wagon we weeks In the Bradford County Tele"Tiiiieil lust known resilience and address I Carolina. fondant

act healthy.! She has lost a lot of plrknd up the Hamilton's and Had a suggestion from Jessie could get some manure for our wan *r>3 Enst Whltehill I Ptrett, Rock You are hereby notified that a ,'(oth'e 'ro "
1951OFFICIM. .
Ihls Hist day nf Tulv. Hill South ('arollnA'You suit for Divorce has been filed .p. ..
weight and even though she eat went over to Strckland's Land- Lee Lazenby on how to get mustard garden. Now that we have a ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. are required to appear on niralnst you In the above named l I"..1't.. w: Ii

well she cannot regain any pound Ing on Klngaley Lake to the picnic and turnips growing in the farm and an abundance of manure rierk of the Circuit Court Aua-uKt 27. 11B1 In the ahove nnmPd Court nnd onus and you are re. let '1'1
!Ii" Myrtle T. Denver L> Clerk therein plaintiff quired to serve a copy of your answer -
age. We hate to see a fine animal held by the Lawtey Methodist middle of the summer. She Bald we find that it is a problem (tat "p8'IY4 8124 fourt cocks and divorce cause. Tlradfonl County or pleadIng to the complaint nil.Y (
like Joy sick and wish there was Church group. Had a very enjoyable that you select a. shaded; spot under least to un) to utilize the manure Telegraph Khali publish this Order nn the rlnlntlff Attorney Neal D cult l f. I

something we could do to make her time especially John and some trees "scooter up" the Going to try to set up a system %D'l'rK TO A PPK 4 U In next four weekly Issues. Evan Jr. 103 Law. ExchangeBuilding I Blilaln..1Cnurt
official Florida and
In Circuit. Court llrailfurd t'ouey.I'llIfl Witness mv hnnd and Jacksonville, .
better. But If tho trouble la' as Luetta who loved skidding down earth and then cow pen the areaAfter of handling it aa that It will be In ham-cry. seal nf Rtflrkc, Florida, this July file the original In the office of the to'imeil -r, u5 ,

I the giant slide Into the water that you will bo able to get put out Into garden, where it will O. 'riti' Hunter Cnrradlne, rlnlntlff, 21r, 1151.OFFICIAL. Clerk of the Court on or before the or plin, 'M" of
MI r,'die 8. Carradlne. Defendant. ( PEAL A..Y. Thomas Z7th day of August. Hits otherwisethe Plaint' itt .\1
But as usual had to break away things growing dexplte. the hot sun help our kitchen garden crops Case No. 8071otlre Aa Clerk of said Court. allegations, of said Complaintwill Bvani ,. ", S

FREE early so that we could get homeIn which has Just abo.it; burned every. Guess. we'll try to get another %. To Ai| enr.In Fly Myrtle T. Deader Peputv Clerk. be taken as confessed by you. Law rvllle < .na r.
'( ,, Cecils rt' Cnrrndlne. whoaircldenoe e nreen, Green & Yawl,. !>Starke FlorlAttys. Thla notice shall he publishedonce FIn .hl i
time to milk and feed. But for thing to a crisp that we have compost heap started. I I.: 89-42 Bird: Street, Qlendul. olIO. each week fnr four consecutive the ffi and, .

For Prompt FREE Removalof all the thanks we got for it we planted no far.this summer .e. ; .', Long: Island. New York. for rif. 7127 4t 1117] weeks In the Bradford County Tele. Circuit "- uri ,n j t th,let,'Ia,,,

Dead Crippled & Worth- well have later Got to beg borrow, steal, or buy V"ni are hereby notified, that a wrRph. day of Aiumst 1'.1| .
might\ as stayed 5 milt for Divorce and award of minor Dated this 28lh day of July, 1951. allegation ,f" I<

less Cattle, Horses, Mules, for Sam distinctly heard one of the Enjoyed digging some valcntia (heaven forbid the latter) some child to defendant In the has above been named fll..da""ln.t I. Circuit NOTICR(.curt TO. nradferd APPEAR CoaalrHilai (OFFICIAL Clerk!SEAL; of )the A.CIroirtt J. Thomas.Court bs taken. .. "an'..Id.,! '\,

hogs say: "Some farmers I Feed us Got about bushel from fence posts. If we don't fix some you and are requlr .. In hanrery.. Deputy Clerk This notice .h.n|| .5"-
&Ilogs. peanut a Sun and cause you .... Py Myrtle T. Deaver once each week for fnjfDated
t at eight o'clock! And another one 800-foot row, which we do not of the weak spots in our fences I ed to serve a copy of your answer the or I II I IiiaintIfVe Peter Nancy Carl E. Oambl"Qamblno, Defendant Plaintiff 7117 4t $jllNOTICE w..ek" In the Uradlorll:..,
I to the complaint on araoh.
we'll 0118111111
have left.
Call 132, Starke said: "What can you expect fromd. know Is a good yield or not. Any soon none. Attorney Ziich If Houic-I Case No. 5584Nohlr I tilOFKICIAI. I'b,
S. APPEAR
Yankees! how we like to dig peanut. and as las (OS Lynch BuildingJackeoa- I -* To Appear.To Osmblno, "whose : TO Coejuty,I ( hEAt d&y1) a '
CircuIt Coejrf. Bradford
Peter Carl l
WE. ALWAYS COME I I I a
e But It is tough weather to dc vlll' KlorldR, and file the one"- I I Clerk ,r the
.
for that is fine. residence and address aRt Bustl Florid.I Chancery
eating them why ''In the office of the Clerk of the C.r.'cllit I PV Mjrtl. T
Feavr
much work. We have to practically Avenue Buffalo New York Cleo France Whyte, Plaintiff vs. Do".
,
Florida Renderers Started to make up beda for Will have to get them out of the ( ...'rt on or before the 4th day I I
fire 1951 otherwise thealienations I You are hereby notified that a Charles E. Whyte, Defendant. I.I r.
set under ourselves September ;
a tc of
our berry patch. Decided that we ground now as a few of them have I : of said Complaint.:: will I suit for Divorce has. been filed I Case No. 85$8 -
INC. will try to grow abcut 15.00C started if get moving to do anything. Still be taken as confessed by you. 'against you In the above named !Nethu. To Appear.To I !OT..J Te Arri,
to sprout. Hope that after a shower the weather is Thla notice shall oe published I Court, and rause and you are required : %Charles E. Whyte. whose I I. Circuit r...... Hme...
plants so made up 10 beds about we plant them next year, and we onre each week for four consecutive I Iweek. to serve a ropy. of your an- residence la: Unknown. I .1..101.. In 8I .....,.
I think we will, that we'll be able pleasantly cool. But you feel sc In the Bradford County Tele- ewer or pleading' to the complaint You are hereby notified that a I Norma Jeanette Merrlmia. ,
good then that you hate to work on the Plaintiffs Attorney T. suit for Divorce ha. been filed I Robert Hater 1//hp"
to keep the crop free of weeds, 'TiHted this let day of August 1951.OFFICIAL. Frank Landrum.. StarHe. Florida In the above named I fondant. c",
as it sure makes a big differencein and get overheated again. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas and file the original In the officeof Court.taldo"e and you are required I Notice To A......
S SPorky's Clerk of the Circuit Court. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on to serve a copy of your answer Tot, Robert Slate 1/(,-
y\\l\E\ SERVICE the yield. By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk I or befnre the 271h day of August or pleading to the complainton Sic USS Llbera. AK I It, 1
\ STORE S. pigs are coming along 813| 4t 81241| 1991; otherwise the allegations of the Plaintiff Attorney Joseph Pout Office, Norfolk.. Sip
; fine. They are fat as little sau said Complaint will be taken aa con'essed K. Skipper 221 Oraham Building. You are hereby nntul-' "
PHONE 189 Insects were really taking over -.('TICK TO A PPF.h. .*R by you. Jacksonville, Florida and file the suit for Divorce> ..inuther .
sages and as playful aa puppies Clrenlt rniir*. llmdford touchy, I This. notice shall be published original I In the office of the Clerkof relief |IM h!
In the kitchen made .
State Roads 100 & 200 Starke Fla. gitrdea so we They are starting to eat now, and l-lorltlfit In ( kaNrerr.. once each week for four consecutive the Circuit Court on or before Kalnst you In 'Ii,. iw l
up a tankful of spray using 50% we are going to to stuff them KM 11 N. Mlnshew Plaintiff v. El-I weeks In the Bradford\ County Tele- the 2Hh daY of August 1951: other Court .anilHUM, suit ,squilred I
W DDT and and try bert N. !Mlnshew Defendant. grsph.Tinted. wise the allegations, of said Complaint to serve a copy'''
) OPEN 5 A.M. TILL 11 P.M.. water, sprayed with feed to see how heavy we call Case No. 851. this 2Mh day of July 1SB1. will be taken as confessed. by wer or pli-nillnB-' lkon ,
practically everything, including get them at weaning time ((8 ......1,... To Appear (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. )rou the I'lnlntirri jtlr
I ,_ r three rows of Crowder peas which To. Klliert N. Mlnshew, whose Clerk of the Circuit Court. This notice shall be published Frank Lanilrum, Rlirk' Pit
weeks). resident, IN: Unknown. Py Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk once each week for four consecutive file the original' Inthmlf"I
i ; had just come up but had already You are hereby notified that a 7127] it 817OTICK weeks In the Bradford County Telearaph. Clerk of the Circuit (out
Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries been chewed. Had a row of Ford- suit, fur lvorce and award of minor fore thvrwlse the 20th day ol A
Have a good Illustration in our children has been flied attalnst, TO APPEAR Dated this 2th day of July, 1981. the nll'mtl,,
: and Accessories hooks which kept promisIng tc kitchen garden of ,what ample fertilizer you, In the above named. Court and In deceit Court. Bradford County.lorl.ini (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas 'rtmplnlnt esseil by you will be tale j 1
boar but did and this cause and are required to Clerk of the Circuit Court.
never as will do for Planteda you In Chancery..ols This. nntl .1",11 1" 'IH i ionce il
! : row was heavlfy Infested we said a crop. servo a copy of your an.wer or T. Tavlor. Plaintiff. V*. Jeff Py: Myrtle T Heaver Deputy Clerk each w, 'k f I." 'tt\-\ ..'f
row of Blackeye peas and about pleading to the complaint on the Taylor Defendant D'I 7127 4t Sill| weeks In the R clturd ;Is
;
I
the heck with It and cut it Plnlnlirf Attorney, Joseph K. Skipper .
up Case No. $ NO-IICH TO APPEAR raph.
!. : Let Us SIL-l-KLEKN your car good. Found quite a few grasshoppers half of It (where Alice had heavily 221 Graham Ilulldlna, Jackson. 'eIre To App.... In Circuit Court Bradford C..mty.Florlflsji Dated this Hlh dir tli! I
fertilizer) is growing fine. The vllle Florida, .and file the original To: Jeff n Taylor, whose In Chancery.Irma (OFFICIAL SEALS A I
: by the New Silicone Process The New in the garden, and hope rest of the row la Just about alive In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit dence and address In; .. re.I'1 Iiom'nv' Cotter Plaintiff. v.. Clerk ..f th. nmPy
, Court on or before the 4th day You.
that they are not gutting readyto are hereby notified Howard faul Cotter Defendant Myrtle T TVattr, toyAM1' i
\ : Way to Lasting Car Ileauty. $7.50WATEKPHOOF .take over and that Is all. Gave that section of allee-ntlons September: : of, ,said 1951 ;Complaint otherwise;: will the, -suit for Divorce hRS been Case No. 8551
dose of
"soda"
a to see if it would
be taken confessed
'as by
, you
Corrlson ResistantO.ALVAREZ&SON S S S
I 7 help. This notice shall he published, -
Very nice to get a note from S S en... each week fnr four consecutivew .

; '-- Mrs. Thaney of Passaic, N. J., who Starting to use our field corn graph>..*kH In the Flradford County' Tele. W 8i t1? 1Wfl(

enjoys reading the Telegraph: As for feed now although it Is still tiered this 1st lay of IIII'"t. 1951.
(OFFICIAL SEAL .
) A. J. Thomas.Clerk
: < TRANSFER AND old JerseyItes, we know Passaic soft yet. With the price of whole of the Circuit Court

quite well, as Alien( used to live In yellow corn what it is, we just can- By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy' Clerk s,
STORAGE CO.
.
83| U 824|
Nutley. not continue to buy It for out

S e S hogs. Then, too, wa thInk that the Hone-IB TO APPEAR ilolpoiiitFUllY '
b Dick and Edith Ferguson and green corn is probably better for In Circuit' C'<>..... llredford County,
Mrs. Charles Shuford and her Florida', In Ceneey.t.tiey .
\ ? Wo operate local them because they are shut up in orbnch Plaintiff. VM Henry -
daughter stopped In for a brief and Orlmoh Defendant. Case No 8574"Jotlce AUTOMATIC
not
& Ions; distance pens getting any grazingIn
t, Q) visit. Enjoyed talking to them To Appear.To .
; :3 anywhere In IT. 8. ,, some spots In the field corn : Henry Orhnch, whose resi
.. very much. When showing Dick field we have some fine tall stalks" dence Is' t" "'\\IIetl Street New Electric Rangee
our hogs and tolling him how York New York.
with two large cars to the stalk
EXCELLENT" You are hereby notified that. a
mean Porky la, Dick told us an suit for Divorce has.
Shows what been filedaicalnst
"' can be done.
experience he had when he was'fixing" S. you In the above named e ColroJ Unit I e Three Spaclass Storage Drawer I .-,
('.."rt and cause and
you
8TOK.1QK "' are requlr
pigs. The sow came at Alice made some mango ice ed. to ..rve a copy' oC you ,' .new.r e-qt.. D.ep-Well Thrift Cooktrl
Dick. and ho kicked ut her but as I or pleaitlna'" to the complaint on the
cream and think that It is
FACILITIES we one
I'lalntlffs
: Attorneys, Evan T. EvansnnI
Agents For he did he slipped on a corncob and of the most delicious dessert Neal n Kvans, Jr. 101 Law Exchange This beautiful new Horpoint Electric Range Is fully

\ fell. The sow climbed al! over him we've ever tasted. Pullillnff Jacksonville. Flori automatic, with features you ordinarily find on only the
.1. and file the
DELCIIEKBIIOS. original! In the office
In a second and tiled her best tc of the Clerk of the Circuit Court highest-priced models yet it's priced remarkably low.

i g.TL..J See first! bite him. Dick escaped without on or before the 4th day of Heptem- soS
us ADDRESSESOF her 19SI. otherwise the allegations Sd easy to use that anyone can cook bake with it, this )
but he lad
harm < terrible
says a
of said. Complaint will be taken as full-family-size Hotpoint will give of clean _
time. Every story me hear like INTERESTNew confessed by you you years
that one increases our caution in Thla notice nhall he publishedonce cool, just electric cooking. Check its top-value features

) ::::ii: handling! our stock. and renewal addresses received week each In the week IIra for
SPECIAL THISWEEKONLY S S by the Telegraph that will irraph.Dated thla list day of Julv 1951

The Pole House patch whereWe be of Interest to friends: (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thnmna. ;
Captk 3. A. Scalan Hq. Camp Clerk nf the Circuit ('ntrt, '
had tomatoes and
: pens beans By Myrtle T. Heaver, Depntv, Clerk
was through bearing and growing Chltose Unit No. 1. care PM, San 83| 4t 8'24oncn '
I Calif. _____
up in weeds so we cut It up. Francisco

A lesson we are learning Is that Dr. J. M. Hembree, 11 Mountain To Whom It liny> Concern i

.. the more land la let go, the hardei Ave., S. W., Apt. 3, Roanoke, Thin. I I. to all whom It may co.
;. cern Ihnt 1 have filed my Final Re
it is to get it back into shape a- Va.Mrs. turn with County Judxe of Rradforl

gain. Guess we'll disc this patch Zena Edwards, China Tung Countv and will\ on the 20th day cf
Auirust 1951 apply for ...
Acres Brooker. Final 0'
'. again and then just before a rain ,
charge an Kxeculrlx,' of th. Eiitat
we'll broadcast hairy inUlgo on it Lee Schmledel 219 N. Ridge. of P. A. Johanson.

4flhfLa and let the rain cover the seed. wood Ave.. Daytona Beach Fla. Urt.l. let publication July toth, 'Ift.

Perhaps in that way we'll be able Mrs. Thelma Jennings 2026 11th '.oyr.. HnrtmannKxecurlx ,

Ave. E, Twin Falls. Idaho. of the Estate, of _
to of
: get a stand hairy Indigo. IV A. Juhanson. .

LI We've tried other ways without }Mil: (Ruth Johnson;* change '7120| 4t 810| i'

from Jacksonville 361) Julian
I I ILP. _- success. to >OTtCE'l'nppe: '"
eel St.. Denver Colo. !. rirralt tenet. llrsdford (.....t,.. '
Klorldm In ('bearer. ,.
I After having so many things we W. C. Jones, Rt. 1. Box 151 Nancy Ann Weston. Plaintiff, v>. 11't

planted germinate and then die care Rose Katoshl: Glen Burnle, 'Cyril L. Weston, Defendant
Case No. 1512 I
/ from the hot sun we finally decided Md. VoCIre To Appear.To .

._ that we'd try something new : Cyril I.. \\eston whose resi _
5 5I for So selected old APPEAR dence ,Is1700 Sansom Street
us. we an corniest NOTice "0
III rlrralt Hradfeid ... Philadelphia.$ Pa.
Coart. C tr,
heap which has a fine crop Iwrldat. IM I.Bj*>...>e--'. You are hereby notified that a
ot enormous. ragweed growing on FrunuU a KukUy. Plaintiff vs.Oladye suit for Divorce and restoration of

It. chopped out soma of it with a L. Oakley. DefendantCase
No. 1511
hoe, and then planted radish aeeds.Ve'll :restS. T. A""..... Dr.Seymour .

\ let the weeds provide the dene Tot Gladys liii 160 L,Main. I'aklejr Street, whose, Vlncen rent R. Marco I _

t. shade town. New Jereey.
S e S You ar. hereby notified that e.ult OPTOMETRIST I
for Divorce, ca... custody and _
We may be right, and we may control of minor children tn defend Eyes Examined 'Li- ",... .
.nt and other relief has: been
well be wrong but we think thatIt
W- Died ....In.t you In the above Clones Fitted
is best to cut under an old crop named Court and cause and you are

FULL ('tU instead of burning It off.Ve anewer required to serve 6 'av to copy the complaint of your. 121 W. Call St. I9Starke.jJ World's baSest Hi-Speed broiler for charcoal- ilce broiling I Titol.

know that w. have Increased the nn the PI.fntlu'. Attorney, William Ph. !' porcelain enamel top and body-scratch and acid retltlant I Autorh
LIMITED organic content of some of our D. Mors-an SOT Clark Tl'ilIdinJaek.onyill. .. 95 bell I; r"
oven with
.. Florida and file the 2 6 9 temperature control e> 60-mlnulo Tlms-mea
fields by this method and about orlerlnal In the office of the Clerk electric oulleti-one timed. Tums coffee automatically J C"T
SUPPLY the only thing against it is thatIt of the Circuit Court on or before the on pel *'"
_ _ Is lot .work. However 4th dav of September 195t. other Ing surface light Oven timing clock and Indicator light I Oven
a more wise the allocatlnne of said Complaint
ORDER TODAY! with the tractor, we can simply will be taken ae "onfeesed surface-unit cooking chart
_ "
keep at It cutting again and again yThi'not Let Us Thoroughly
....... Ice ehall he published <
until finally the soil Is in shape once each week for four consecutive 'NSJAHT.SPfED CALROD- SURFACE OfHT-Super-speed for ,,/r-f. cookingB!
week In the Bradford County Tele'paled .
ACME to work. We did It, for example Wash Your Clothes cups 01 coffee in 6 minutest! Intense heat for fast starting and rapid

t?( with an old sedge! grass field andIt thle lint day of ,July 1951 bollinI'0:
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HOMEDEMONSTRATION 9 Pounds --
has produced pretty well for ua --- =
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Vacuum Stores Inc. -- -
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Yp- 408 w. Forsyth St.I so far.last corn Shortly from after 8 rows we of pickedthe sweet Announcing For 40c! C Terms 15' Down Up To 18 Months To Pay

I : Jaksuntile. FIe. corn we cut up the rows and returned FREE Bleach If Desired!

to the soil the elements ESTABLISHMENTCRUMP Temple Ave.

USE HANDY COUPON BELOW which were used in making leaves Stark We will wire home $

and stalks. It will take time for your 2
fa. - S .
U thorn to rot. but they .will. It

ACME VACUUM STORES 114G.L fcvmsj to us that if we did not do ENGINEERING S

&ClS W. ForeyUa Sf.IlKk80.nme this that In a fairly short time We Win for electric for

Florida I we would have nothing to work & CONST. CORP. cooking ONLY __
Dry Your Clothes
I with but sand. "
WIThOUT OIILIOATIOS I would like a FREE Home 1emontrSthfl I S S SOn _ _ ((50 j.l-a-s---si!
1032 Ilendricks AT
*.
$ of a beautiful ftbuU& EI.tfGlus (compet0 with S at- the other hand we have not For 20c _

I tat'hncuts to. 15.93. cut the big corn field as w.
I up Jacksonville, Florida .. New Automatic Orient WINKLER SERVICE
have five of Henrietta's pigs in ELECTRIC
Name O
I I there scrapping the field and eating

Addr..e., _ _ _ _ _ I IOt7. the cow pea*. But aa soon RegisteredLAND 0 222-224 Temple Ave. Phone
I as we can turn them Into the field SURVEYORSand On u. S. 301 Starke Fla.

Stat- I corn and peanuts we'll cut under The Washeteria _

I If R. F. D. Send, Specific DI.-I.Io.s that field too. And in the meantime CIVIL ENGINEERS lOOK TO 1,5/

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Methodist! grandmother I II ': Virginia, spent too first week of afforded entertainment. Presentat
: :>> ChurchThe Baptist ChurchThis Mrs. Strickland whoIs I
INCURChurch a patient In St. Vincent's hos, At gust at St. Augustine Beach this celebration were Henry

First Methodist Church of Sunday moVnlng Rev. pital. HAMPTON i I On separate occasions duringthe I Rlcharde, Brian Kucera and Steve
week Mr. and Mr*. J. ,[. Hrndlej -
Starke invites second message M. O. Harrell and
>ou to worship on Haines will bring the daughter and Joe Harden.
By Mr. M. C. SweeneyMr. had as their guests Sir.: and I
Addresses Katherene and Martha Willis
Sunday.. August 12. Church in the Aeries August were
: by the Apoestles at the eleven In Jacksonville on business Satur Mrs. Reese Bradley and their sons Adding Machine and Portable)
School begins at 9:43: on Sunday o'clock hour. The choir will sing and Mrs. Frank Thomas,, Clinton and Jack Wayne, who. were Typewriters sold on time. -Brad.
'mornings, with class day.Donald and James, left en route to ther! h"r..i iti Jackson .
a for every with Miss Julia Lawson at the or Howard is visiting his with Josephine ford County Telegraph.1MOTICH
I age group. The adult division gan. At the S.o'clock hour in the grandparents Mr. and Mrs Jim Friday for a trip to Charleston and vllle after a vacation fishing tripat
St. Mark's Episcopal Key West ami Mr. and Mrs J
Winter Sullivan' Island, S. C.
Qoodge In
will Garden this
meets In the Woman's Club building. evening the Pastor's: message Notice Is hereby given to .alt
extends toe I 8th i be "Now the Day is Over". The week. Mrs. Ola M. Perkins returnedon Vance Geiger and Mr. and Mrs. eredltom. .and claimant of the Estate ,
y church August Wednesday Even. and Mr. and Mrs. T. W and Saturday from a week's sightseeing Jimmie Bradley and their Ilttloldau&hter Edith Van. AlHtln, deceased. .
worship with ing; Litany Services 7:45: P.M. Mr. Rev. Thomas O. singing of gospel hymns Markey that you are to file your s .t"m.nti..
Mitchell D. C.
to will Mrs Statue trip to Washington, Gloria, also of Jack."nvllle. -
Wallace Phillips.\ choruses will be the feature of the Sowcll and Mr. and nf accounts or claims with the
gltktheir 8t'rvlce8. preach at the eleven o'clock wor- Happy Hour and the Youth Choir Mrs. E. J. Lewis were In Alachuaon : with friends. County Judge of IlradfoM. County
lol "brglne at 10 am August 12th 9:45: A.M. Church ship service Jones will business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rathel and Patsy Kucera and Bates are at within .hrht l calendar months from
on the subject "Liv directed by Mr. Geo. the first publication hereof of the
Olson as superlnten-. School llfO: A.M. Holy Communion ing bring special music both duringthe Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke young daughter Vicki, have mov- Camp Immokolee near Keystone notice or the claim will\ be burl
I are classes for allL Rev. Fred Yerkea, Celebrant. Victoriously Special music visited her ed to Gainesville Heights, for a two weeks' campIng hy the Statute. of Umltatlona.. Title
service and for 15 minutes mother, Mrs John Cone .
and will\ be furnished by the Senior pro the loth day of July. IBOt.
to be present August tn, Wednesday Evening Choir. ceeding the service beginning at Saturday Friends Miss Shirley Marie period.Mr. Eugene C. Chuon71drtillct
(your whole family. Litany Services 7:45: P.M. Mr Evening worship service 7:45.: Mrs Floyd Wiggins spent Sat- Hall of Tampa, formerly of Hampton and Mrs. Spencer Crews ano
begins
8
11 at
iornhlp begins aerved at Wallace Phillips. Song! Service.p.m.Subject with a for Gospel the Sunday School meets-at 9:45: in urday afternoon as guest of her will be interested to hear ol their son, Billy of Lake City spent L
Lrds Supper is her from the Secondary the weekend with Mr. and
staff ot aunt. Rosa Pin holster. graduation past
August 19th, 9:43: A.M. Church evening sermon will be the morning with a full
J. The morning mea- "Dangerous Summer School class of Hills. Mrs. P. S. Crews and with Mr. and
School 11:00: A.M. Morning Pray Assumptions." The choir teachers and officers to care for the Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas of PHONE 218
rought at 11:30.: youth take borough High School.. Mrs. Bryan VVhltfleld.
at er. Mr. Wallace Phillips. will sing. more than 300 who are regular at- city attended church services -
fg services begins 22nd, I tenders in Sunday School TrainIng held at New Hope last Sun- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall have For several flays during this CO L,0 NI AL
Christian Ende..vor.stlc August Wednesday evenIng All young people are invited to recently moved to Rainbow Ranch, .
t West
Union gather at 9:43: under the day.After week Kay Partney of Palm
service begla at Litany Services at 7:45: P.M I the Methodist Youth Fellowship Palatka.
direction of Mr. J. T. Lawson for spending a 10 day vacationat near Beach was the guest of Frances
subject "Worker Mr. Wallace meeting at 7 p.m. each Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Preston Durder FLORISTFLOWERS
pon Phillips. I training In church membership. Klngsley.Lake Mr. and Mrs. L. Caldwell.Mr. .
26td, 9:45 i evening In the Educational Build- Sweetest A, Mott returned to their home and children formerly of Camp:
Ling August : A.M. Church ,, Mid-week service, "The and Mrs. Herbert Thomas
each Wednesday Ing. During the month of August i here last Florida, Salvation Army Bite neal
..will5i School. 11:00 A.M. Morning Hour of the Week" Is held regularly Wednesday. had as their guests Sunday Mrs.
Bibles we the MYF will make a study of the There Keystone Heights ar. now permanently
tog your 7:45 with will be a work.
Wednesday at : cemetery H. F. Leeks and Mrs. Irene Robertiof
of Romansr Prayer. Mr. Wallace Phillips. churches of other denominations.
Chapter I ing at New located at Wilmington
the Bible Study being brought by Hope Church cemeteryon Palatka.
( Stt'lnUall, Minister. 29th Sunday evening, August 12, the N
August Wednesday Even-, the Pastor, Wednesday before the third C. FOR ALL OCCASIONS!
ing Litany Service at 7:43: : P.M. guest speaker will be the Rev. L. A cordial Invitation is extendedto .! /Sunday; in this month. Mrs Daisy Johnson and daughter Mr and Mrs George Roberts ol
D. Italnes who will speak on "The Mrs Jean of Houston, Texas, with Atlanta, Georgia arrived Saturdayfor
Christian Lottie
services at the Edwards last
Mr. Wallace Phillips. all to attend these spent
I Baptist Church." Following the I her mother Mrs. D.V.. Moore, ol .week's visit with Mrs. LolaJohn..m.
Suiuluy with her Mr. and
been wonderful First Church of Starke' parents
eve evening church services the young Baptist Mrs. .'. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Additional weekend
1\[
Norman at Vanderbilt
at the Chris- where the whole building is com- (j)
I
night
Church of Christ visitors of Mrs. Johnson Mr
Much Interest Is be. people will enjoy a fellowship hourIn pletely air-conditioned summer and Mr. and Mrs. O. \V, Barry spent Gray Sr. of Tampa were Sunday were
the Recreation Hall with Miss the weekend In guests of Mrs. Thos. F. Brown.Mr. and Mrs Henry Godwin of Starke
1 everyone concerned Corner 10th and McManun: : winter and the nursery in Baby- Jacksonville as Birthday CelebrationMr.
nvited to attend the Bible School-10 A. M. Jane Rlcharde as hostess. land is open for all services. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews and Sirs Robert Gray Jr. DISH GARDENS
Friday at 8 p.m. Preaching A. M. and 7:30: Tile midweek Prayer Service I 1' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edward and baby Valerie left Tuesday. tOt and Mrs. Herbert Thomas

j fidoll will bring thejell P. M. held on Wednesday evenings, at CHVRCII (n' 4BSVS CIlltlST and Run, Gene spent their vacationin Tampa and Clearwater Beach or complimented their visitor Tommy POTTERY
a week's vacation trip. Thomas of Fort Myers, with a picnic
your friends ani Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7:30: pm. The Bible Study Is centered OF LATTEK DAY SAINTS Arcadia" Pahookee and other Mona POTTED PLANTS

|d let us have a packed each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. i around "The Favorite Chapters Masonic Temple, Call Street. points friends South visiting relatives and Mr. and Mrs. J. (1. Adklns and day. ,luncheon August 6.at The their occasion home: marked
daughter were guests on Sunday
Way night Everyone welcome. of the Bible: School Sunday FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
Sunday every Sirs P.V. Gainey of Dundee of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frieser! in the twelfth birthday anniversary -
morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services who spent several days here with I Macclenny. of the honor guest and the

6:30: p. m. A cordial InvitationIs her mother, Mrs. C. C. dessert course consisted of Ice Nona St Stark
Melvin.M. .
I I Friends are glad to hear of the
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extended to all.PENTECOSTAL cream served with slices of the
Prices Goodj' C. Molt of Gainesville spentthe favorable condition of OordonVRd"wOI'lh.
weekend here with his \ I traditional cake. Outdoor games -
I :: HOLINESS: family Jr. of Gainesville, who
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson at
I underwent a major operation for
t \ Friday Saturday 10th St. and Temple Ave. and mm, of Starke and Mr and kidney stones oil Monday at St.

Sunday School 9:45: a. m.? Morn Mrs. C. 11. Lay field and children olGainesville Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville... I HEARS:
r r ing'Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelic' spent Sunday with Hilllard
Sgt. Morrow recently
e r'KK Aug. 10-11 welcome.Ic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone their Mott. )patents Mr and Mrs. N. C. returned from five years!! In Japan I DR DAVID F. CHASTAINOf

f nod the Orient arrived on Sunday
Bryant Moore of Gainesville from his home In Plant City, to Washlnjfton.< I 1). C. Who Will Speakat

,p I Church of God8th spent the weekend with his mother' visit relatives here. He was accompanied nil Services Sunday In the absence of the Pastor
,. -- ." .... Mrs. G. C Moore. I
his mother Mrs.
by ,
& St. Clair Sts.
Mr and Sirs W. C. Conner and Inzle Morrow, his sister, Mrs. Alene FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
)i D TENDER Sunday School 10 a.m. Mrs. II II. Lewis of ,
Starke visited
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Smith and her son Bill and his
il Mrs. N. C. Mott -aflernooul I IlOll litA Y Pastor
Mundey ,
Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m aunt Mrs. Elzle Day, Mrs. Day
Y. p E. Service Tuesday 7:30 Mary Frances Hazen left Tues remained for a longer visit here
p.m day for Center Hill 10 A.M.: Bible School 11 A.M.
where she will while the others left for Worship
Monday
,
TEAK 69cj Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m spend a few days with her cousin
ROUND. Frances Marion Hazen. |I Macon and Atlanta Oa.'STATE 7 P.M.: H.T.U. 8 P.M. Evening: Service

St. Edward's CatholicRev. Sirs .
J.V. Thomas and sons, = "NURSERY OPEN AT ALL

Francis J. Dunleavy pas Gwln and In Wayne are visiting relatives -' j .. . SEnVICE.S"J
Miami thfc week FARM ,. . ,
tor. .
c. .. .. ._ E. W. Hodges U S. Army Fort '
Sunday Mass at 9:15: : a. m. .. .
Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Jackson, S. C. spent the weekend ray Mr. Bryan Uliltneld' .. "- -"- ". "
with his parents, Mr and Mrs E.


[ER SUDS OR DUZ (Medium) lOc I'I' 6:00 Children's Ccnfesslons P. M. and Catechism 7:30 Saturday: to 8:30:. 5:00 Classes P: M.to Miss W. Hodges.Mr..Fay and.Ree Mrs.Summers Ben Holland of Wau-and- daughter Saturday, Frances J. O. Caldwell, visited and Mrs.his J. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Starke

Saturday 10:00 a. m. B. Caldwell Ocala. Kev. Lewis I). Haines, Pastor'
chula
Adult Religious Instruction spent last week with Mr.
ANAS Golden Ripe --- Lb. lOc and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and family Mr. and Mrs. W. N North and
Sunday 7 to 8 P. ] Jefferson
courses every \I. I their son, Billy went to Tallahassee & Court Streets" In The Heart Of Town
I ind by special appointment.BROOKER. I Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano and PHONES: Office 231- Pastorium 130

-. .. I little daughter Sherry Beth of St. Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs .. .. ... .....
... .- .. .... .. Augustine and Ray Gano of H. 0, Davis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs

I Gainesville spent the weekend with North came home Sunday and Billyremained SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.. 7:15 P.M.

.Sfr. and Mrs for a longer stay with
R. F. Gano.
I Iakerite Mr. and Mrs. Davis Sunday School 9:45 A.M_Training.Unions 6:.Ii: P.M.
1\.1''. F J. Lewis Mrs Ovid Gano. of Gainesville
During the past week Mr anA MIDWEEK SERVICE
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F.Gano WEDNESDAY. 7:15 P.M.
Monday and was Mrs. J. H. Ilurvlk-y of Draper, N ,- ... ". ". .. ,.
Everyone Is Invited to attend accompaniedhome
3 LB. CAN 79c the Revival at the Baptist Church. by her son, Ray .who had C.W were II. Williams the guests!! of Mr. and Mrs Morning Service "Aujrust Addresses of the Apostle"

Beginning; Monday night August spent the weekend with them.Midget Evening Service "Now the Day is Over"vlsiTTHE
Sirs L.
F. Chipnian and he!
13. Services will begin at 8 o'clock \ Pencil Kharxnrn.| UeaJ visitors, Col. and Mm. L. F Chapman ,

I conducted by the Rev. C. F Hooker for home u""," Only 1.8.1..-Bradford Jr. and their sons, Flel.llng CHURCH'WITH THE VISITINO'PASTORTh
of Gainesville.Mr. I Itl . .
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County Tclngraph. 3rd and Walton Fe. of Cjuantlco,, : '
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and Mrs. Carlton Howard I __ : >
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I Saturday .
Cecil Davis of the U. S. Army,

Motor, Just A Few Cans, Ot. .. lScE Fort Jacksonville Bragg N.spent C. and the his weekend wife of


[E lOlb- Cloth Bag 9 J.with L. their Davis parents and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs E. 1 _

11.3 W. Hodge. .

I Carolyn Kelly visited relatives'

In Jacksonville last week. '

I T. B. Plnholster attended the !.
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I Singing Convention held at Lake -- :
I.Bs.'IIII.E THEY LAST FKESHULLET
I Butler Sunday. se- :.::
Mrs. Ruth Akins and friend of _

Bell were guests of her aunt M rH.
Florence/ Varnadoe.

Roswell Kelly of Jacksonville Slyl.lln,, D. lure J-Door Sdan

LB. 21c pent the weekend as guest of his ,<:..?."...,.... ot ttandatd ....,...,..., .mf trimMfvfrat .. ....-
.d it rf.pwtd.nf .n ffwlabUifji/ / matlrtat.i, ,
mother, Mr. Doris Kelley.
Resale Carlton and children

spent last weekend In Stewart

visiting relatives.Mr .

I and Mrs. Dave Green were -
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in Jacksonville on business Saturday u


!D 48 lb. Can 8.95 Mr., and Mrs. Roscoe Chesser ol
Special at- -
Alachua jrlsited John Truby and -finest
Lubedia plntiolster Sunday. largest lowest

|RN, Cream Style, 2 cans 25c I week Mrs.In Beulah Jacksonville Harrell at spent the bed last r

side of her brother W. W. Raborn

who was seriously injured In a
I railroad accident recently. in its field! in its field t

Mr. and Mrs R. K Dukes and J
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Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. from bumper to bumper! .i Pced I I8

Mrs. Guy Harrell visited her fleavleil-3085 pounds of solid: qualityin .

234 the' model illuilrated.f,, Widest tread

otatoes 10 LBS. -' ) inches between centers of the d

rear wheel. It's the big buy! ,q .line infield. !

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28 4-H Club Girls girls had charge of the devotions.- dance-on- Aug. 23 at the Beat. Council To Widen i Legion ToJ3eginMembership The Citizens FOR MAYORTo of Starke FloridaI

I the { under the direction of Mr. reI:
Those taking: part on program Sip Drive wish to announce my candidacy
Back From Successful were: Julia Johnson Annette Keystone Heights t'rreanula. Jefferson StreetThe I for re-election. your Mayor.

At Lake Oruen Elaine Crosby Beverly Jo Charles A. Hager spent the we.-- Council during Its regular -I Jones-Langford-Whlte Post 58., I have served you conscientious
Cherry
Camp Crosby, Anna Ruth Crosby Gayle end In Daytona Beach. City
Tuesday night' meeting decided The American Legion will hold It'i I ly and honestly and when you honor
Moore and Marian Norman Mr and Mrs. William Bean and' I with this
Twenty-eight weary but happy f'ulhnllc Club Organized to widen Jefferson St. from regular meeting next Tuesday me office again I r, ,t
4-H Club girls returned home Sat- Glrla taking part In the morning children formerly of Baltimore, moving will serve you for the next two hlN
At held at the home Ave. by
ceremonies were: Ann a meeting Md., have taken Earl Mechlen'i Walnut to Temple the Legion Hall at ifOQ:
at
week at fiag-raiaing night the same as I have In the
after a years
urday upending La. of Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr., on Wednesday I the curbing back and pouring concrete -
Crosby, Patricia Wainwright house on Lake Geneva I o'clock.
Cherry Lake Camp. They were accompanied and Marilyn Cox Aug. 1. a Catholic Club from the present road bed upI I past.On WT.. 't u, )
( by Mlsa Dorothy ROMS, vonla Hodge for this area was organized. Officers Young Alfred Watson suffered 12 Inches from The Post plane to officially atari t the record that I have made
told about flags that were I to approximately ,
Home Demonstration Agent. They painful Injuries last Wednesday, drive thli 195'' IuRr
I Ira 1952 membership at I am soliciting your active vote
elected Include W. J. 81- The decision wa
With the Idea of developing leadership | flown In our country prior to "Old Aug. 1, .when he fell from the di\, the sidewalk. "
I meeting The Post membershipnow and support in my campaign for al
prelle, Pres.; Mrs. J. C. Gaboardl, made at the suggestion of L. 0 1.At
and responsibility, many of Glory Ing tower at the beach. In addition stands at 230-1951 memberships re-election. h1 M'' t u,
the detail of running the camp Jackie Green and Lavonla Hodgeled Vice Pres.- Mrs. H. L. MorganJr. to a broken wrist, he had I Hazen who said that by doing the and are being made tc: Respectfully yours rr,,
Jan. the several tlmea, ., Sec.; and Mrs. Emery H. Cooper I work now the Intersection will plans
were taken over by the girls. singing numerous bruises and suffered of the 1951 J. R. Wainwright :
20
Elaine Moore and Waunta Blount and/ the Rev. Father Francis: meet the new widening sign up percent -
ette Blount, a cabin captain Gayle I front shock He was taken to the I properly let andto '\ )Titn -
Ann memo with the recreation. J. Dunleavy Treasurers The obJect done Temple Avenue. membership by September I. p' aLI
and Cronby were helped Gainesville, hospital and la now I being on It.
bers of the Camp Council. The i Girls taking first place in the of this organization Is to raise back at home. Hazen suggested at first that be 100 percent in now member.shlpa KOTICH. TO. APPBtltIn .Shirk!' Piorlda a.yln"p!
fln-Hll ti Bradford >
end of the >-r CM r I "rlll l
funds to build and maintain sold by the year. > v..t
deelnlon a I of lime- I
Council made certain beginner' swimming race were the City order two carloads Klorlilai I about the operation of the camp Bernice Cruce and Allle Mae Star. |I Catholic Church In Keystone We wish to call attention to an I I stone to do the work itself. However Jack Dempsey of Starke joinedthe Evelyn Johnson Sharer, Plaintiff, va. the It .n '1",..
H'UI1
and assigned the dally chorea to I I I Heights. Jacob Quiring is servIng error In last week's news. It was I asked local Poet two weeks ago and JiiUgtme TtioiiiaM fctmf* ..r, Defendant.Cane town I,) the tot ,
Mayor Wainwright ". No. 85D6Nn TiICtui.. .
the cabins. ling.Ann Crosby was voted the beat on 8. membership committee reported that Miss Betty Rowland that the Council consider the use became the first Korean War Vt To Appear. Vteulsell. "
The program included claaaea In with the president.The would be married In the Community -I will eran to sign up with Post 06. To Guaen Thomas Shafer. whonervHlrtenca orricorSine 1 '01"
Bradford County. I said it
he .
camper from I Church. The of concrete because and address Is. Unknown.I "..... ,..
swimming, crafti, and recreation. First place In stunts went to membership wishes to thank wedding will be make a neater looking job, be easier Also on the business agenda will I You are hereby notified that a I1e.ee I I hlrt of 'nl 1
Bradford learned to In the First Baptist Church of rule for Divorce and restoration
Fifteen girls the of,
Anna Ruth friends parishioners and merchants recent t
members and the
cabin S. Its I I I for the City to do the work be a financial report on .
maiden has
name been filed (
swim and 13 learned to dive. The and Joyce Crosby did a very clever for their co-operation in Keystone Heights.Mr I In the long run will cost about the Junior Legion Baseball Tournaments against you In the above named 1 ar. ...'by hall e'lert,

crafts project was wood burning enactment of the song, "HI the first money-raising project, Pat Fraher left Tuesday together with a report on Court and reuse and yru are re* a rare. rte't.(
in which the girls made attractivehot Ith I I for Miami where she same quired to serve a copy of your an. InH. ,' .,
card
Good Looking! party at the home of R, will visit with Ir..l
W. T. Jackson brought a bid on the Legion's Saturday Night ewer or pleading to the complaint t q IL tlo
and bookends They !
dish mats
At the traditional Candle J Croaadale on Lake Brooklyn on relatives for a few days. I before thf Dances on the rlulntlffa Attorney T. JO'.ankI.and..m. lt'tl I daudtII':
old truck
Light-I I the police
finish the wood
learned to proper. jy j Starke, Florida and file 1
] then burn a design *>n the sur Ing Ceremony, Annette July 21. A profit of 186.23 was Mr. and Mrs John Bird have' Council that he had received from A film entitled "Vacation iMiami" in the original In the office of the T :' It' Ala, .,,.
face. The girls joyed'the recrea- I ILIon resented the Health H In the clover reported from that party and, left! for their home In Okinawa. Bill Dowling In the amount ol i will be shown to stimulate Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before II I;; '..k
the 10th day of September, 1951 I"lll n...
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since !
there was quite a Mlaa '.4
quantityof
Madeline .
close for the new 6nga they leaf.The Kennedy spent $263. The highest bid, previously Interest In the Legion's Natlona" 4herwlne the allearatlnna. of said lit ''ft, .
learned and the folk games from agents local leader, and prizes and other material left the weekend In Keystone I had been In the amount of $211 Convention which will be held 1 in Complaint will/ be taken. as confeimed 'I."",.. l ii l I ? .I..n.

many countries they learned to girls agreed that this was a most I' another party Is planned for thl'l I Mrs. Sara D. McDonald l Is happyto I II which the Council rejected. After I Miami this year from October IS by you.' shall I be published '' seal afflxrrtA I II, IAlie.,11. ;""
successful camp- -everybody had a Friday evening Aug. 10, at 8 de on'h':: : 11\4
execute. I I announce the birth of a new 1 1I considerable discussion they 118. week for four conaecutlve.werka I nop
Bradford County good time! In the Women's Club. This is la In the Bradford County ( n RF.AL',
Tuesday night bid. ,
grandson "
to
I Timothy A. cided accept Dowling's All Starke and Bradford County TetpRTnph. i iPuled I I "riirh tin
,charge of a committee headed by I born last Thursday Hazen asked Police Chief W. E All
to
MCDona1d'1 veterans are cordially Invited tc this Sth day of Aug-unt 1991.UFFICIAI.
, Mrs. Cooper. The public la In- ; Mrs. J. A. McDonald of Thornton to stop the parking on ( SEAL) A. J. "holO..1 j
== vited. All kinds of will beplayed. attend this meeting. Clark nf -
the Circuit
f games Court. ,
ville. We
.. Tickets are $1.00 Call spent the weekend In both sldt'i of Temple Avenue from By Myrtle T. Denver, Denutv Clerk' PIr'I'l. \I/IItN 1\1
Jacksonville admiring him the bus station to the high schoo': 810| 4t 8131 'l'() "IIM, 1'1111' l p
Mrs Nick Burson for At The TabernacleSunday I'f WU,
reservations
I were busy again in building. He said when cars were Null Ti.N '
phone 2732. !Keystone last week. Someone parked on both sides of the street -- I undfii1.inns. ,I \,,, yep

Robbins' The Club Is planning a public! broke Into morning August 19, at 1 ItOTH'H TO AfPRAH \. X'"II StetultN,,
Scales
Grocery Sat that only one car at a time couldproceed "hlll'lo' ,
on In Clrenlt 11
Court. Counf.1
Bradford .
llp'clock Is the date set for tht 1. ..IJ.. I'
urday night. So far the extent of through and It was a serious r-i rl.lMt In Ckanrerr' I Clark 1 .41 x I 1.
I I7k the Ions has not been determined. hindrance. Thornton agreedto Toccoa Falls Trio accompanied by Dnv1A .:n.on Martin Plaintiff, vs. for nrsir': ::1'd. *
Rev. Hendon Brown speaker whc Ulley IIh..lI..y. Martin Pefendant.Case rcHpt ,f /", ,,
JlJJlr-lOAar Mr. and Mrs Stanley Werner of stop the parking on the eastside i No. 8597ollce of ihl jIr. It
[ will deliver the Mr
X nuilt ,
message. To Appear ih, i
Memphis Tenn. were weekend of the street and Councilman To I II to wit 'It
Brown has brought several Gospel 1 : Llllry Shelley Marlin whnKereHldwnce
guests of"..lolr, and Mrs. Bastedn. P. L. Bridges said that he woulc"l and addrepa IN: Unknown.I big Dun 1'.UIIo'1..
unArr
Teams froia his school to the "h
SPECIAL Mrs. Werner is Mrs. Bastedo's have the curb painted yellow and I You are hereby notified that a} I huxine : h w src
I
A Tabernacle and their coming 1 li milt for Divorce has been filed f .' r Stark, Ir
IY, 101
niece and she and her I .InI .
husband "no
are parking" signs put up. In named
,
I II eagerly anticipated. Court .tadu ...elhn..a"o I 1'hlll Hi> |,Hr"Mt. ,, tar
II moving to Jacksonville from Mem- Thornton asked the Council tc are required bll.ln
I to serve a copy of your an. iJ"iKonvllli rpi u'v'
Miss Bernice
White of Toccoa Jr
phis. authorize him to purchase some away or pleading to the complaint lypakt/'
John Byrd who has been visitingrelatives extra beds and mattresses for the Falla Ga. arrived Monday and If on the rialntlff'a Attorney T. Frank It. A'|'I"| '

I 150 PAIRS In Keystone left Monday City Jail and make some provision the house guest of Miss Edna Noe- the r.nnilruni original, Starke.In the Florida office' and of file the I F., I., !I' 'ff,"rf.Ul 1..1,,,

for Itiilca, Michigan where he will! for separating the cell works. The gel this week. Clerk, of the flrnnlt, Court. on or he. N..Mi f> Ji' M Stitt;

j LADIES'DRESS 11 spend some time before returning Council decided to turn the matte A special solo from an old hymr Ifiril fore:; ; the otherulne 10th day the of nllegatlona September of1nald I 1* 1 I' !I' II. Uu,,

r to Okinawa. He Is an employeeof over to Mayor Wainwright whc book belonging to J. R. Howe rnmrilalnt will be taken asrnnfe..ed K, J XiIHiteil In

r the United States Governmentthere. with Thornton will have the au and dedicated to him, was sung by This nuticu by you.tinall be publlahed/ A. l U., V at'it it.w

I thority to make the necessary. pur- Miss Edna Noegel in honor of hit once each week for four consecutive County K '14,

f SHOES i I chases and repairs. 84th birthday anniversary last( weeks plearnnhPitted In the. Fradford County

i Rev. Cail To PreachAt ': City Clerk Carl Johns reminded Sunday 1051.. this 8th day of August

i Ilhe Council that they would have A guest Sunday evening was J (UFFICIA I. SEAL) A. J. Thomas

PresbyterianRev. to meet shortly after the close of Grady of Indiana who sang 6 Clerk. of the Circuit Couf

4 the books to approve them and the beautiful solo He also had a partIn By Myrtle T. Deaver, Den-itv Clerk WELDIKWe
\ James.Nelson Call, 8110 it alaiOTICR |
Valuesup i a native
L of Starke and grandson of the voters registered for the upcoming g I the Tuesday evening/ Bible! Stun y I

\ 99 e WLAL ...........-- w late N. T. Ritch and J. F. Kick. election. He also told the Counci' Hour, '
that Election Inspectors should b< \ TO APPRAR
! There's a real rink In ruttingcorner' liter will preach at the First In Circuit C..nrt. Dradford County,
Presbyterian picked during that meeting anc Florida In
Church this Named fa.nrerr.
Sunday
Colley
when It to Insurance. Agent
'. to comes morning at 11 o'clock. His sermon read a list of those men who hacf n. H. Jordan. Plaintiff va. Hallle .
Maylx* pro little In- Jordan Defendant
topic will be "The End Cometh." Indicated their willingness\ to serve Announcement has just been re Case No 8691

mirancn. lit belter than none. Mr. Call Is the son of the former Selected by the Council were F. QHemmlngway celved from James P. ntlrr To Appear.
McNeil.
But, why nut know you are Mrs. Vivlrette Floyd Kick. W. M. Edwards, L To: Hallle Jordan whose residence
Florida manager of the Mutual Life and address la: lTnknown. offer the pegh
6.95 NOW fully Inmired! See us tide week. liter who Is now Mrs. E. F. Call. I I M. Gaines T. S. Williams S. E Insurance Co. of New York that I You are hereby notified that a
Both Mr. Call and his Sparks and Paul Raymond. suit for Divorce has been filed
wife, the
I Carr Colley of Colley Insurance easiest you In the above named and ilrliilty par II|
former Marilyn Shaver of Toronto After deciding to hold a specla' Agency 116 So. Walnut St., hu '''m.' and online, and you are re-

Canada, are graduates of Colum- meeting next Tuesday afternoon at received his ]license and has been modern and Sae

bla Bible School. Columbia. S. C,five o'clock for the purpose of ap
appointed as their. field underwriter
proving the registration of voters W.C.T.U. welding shops u
In
..GENERflUWURflNCE.At / Sickly Men, Women the Council adjourned. I this territory. All Work GUISMITH'S


And Children I Heilbronn Club No Geneva NewsThe THE!: :MAN WHO TRIES TO !

'. DROWN 'HIS TKOriiLKS IN
Y Do you feel bad, so .weak, sickly has 'the IJKINKT:: .
Has Picnic Telegraph received FINDS XII \T UK HAS
and run down you can hardly stay Outing I following ONLY AND MACHIMJ:[
.1 Ion I'l communication from millGATF-O THEM.H. .

C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.NOW your feet Do restless night Members of the Hellbron Home Mrs. Blanche Cunningham Lake ( E. ZIMMERMAN: : IN VVION. Temple Ave.
I leave you' mean and miserable the
Demon sjitlou Club took their! Geneva correspondent: "Will not t SIGNAL.) j :
i next morning? Do you force
your. I
self to eat, then feel miserable families on a delightful picnic and be able to send any news for a coo

'. swim at pie of weeks as a car backed
afterwards? If so give INNER. i Hampton Beach Tuesday over
TONE afternoon Twenty-eight me Monday and cracked a bone in
a chance to help you. Chil personj

dren also fall prey to rundown conditions were In attendance to enjoy the my leg and bruised: me consider. FRIDAYTHRUSUNDAYSPHFOI

and become anemic they cool breezes of the lake. ably."

lose Interest In school work and Family picnics have become an

dent eat or play like well children annual activity this club participates I S /li LtBy70S'

should. You owe It to them to try In.Those FOB CITY COt'NCIL

1NNER-TONE with Its blood buildIng enjoying the As a citizen of the City of Starke
outing TII
were:
Iron vital vitamins and Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Norman ; I am announcing my candidacy YOUR ,
ancV kY It
for re-election
Nature's own herbs INNER- as a member of the i

TONE Is reasonable, costs only a family Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nor-| City Council in the City Election

few cents a day to take. Don't let man and family Mr. and Mrs Tul- of Sept. 11, 1951. My candidacy!

: lie N Tni>n end famllv. Mr. an<< Is based on striving to make
yourself or your family go on suffering -
Mr''. F'don Sinn Starke a larger and more
and famllv. Mr prosper-I
get INNER-TONE at Beach Bo
Floats
KOCH drug store today! Feel fine .nl Mrs. E-'d'n Cox .n4 f a.nlly' our town,. and also a Toys -- .--
more decent
place In which to live. j
tomorrow. *"II' Ann rnii'''II''n. Mlw Wllee'a

" T avVv. and flees and Blllv Moore Your vote appreciated.and support Thanks will be! sincerely j I i Bathing S SI

Caps __ Bathing
$3900 .1 IV'' C>" ." -W, T. (Billy) Jackson i :


Only DOWN BUYS THIS I ; tf j. ;'] Good 1I I 1

-- ---- 'L A Home Cooked

('O.oREOI.PM..n!; and woman Htrtin* R"P t en F:D!
f>r maintenance work New All Make. All MudeU
Klna-Nler Pea' *h. tf ItenaoMaltl rharaen acuaranteed MEALSSERVED
CM4.4. <'.
stinghouse REFRIGERATORof WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY CAKES I IU Test w. 4 ail "t. IIIHPlnlIu..tarfc> '". Sail
up. Or.t.r. taken at Dahmer'a 1 DAILY I
Gift Shoppe. Phone 55-J. tf' WANTED hit* male ...taker.
Light oIlItI... few hour each even
SIXOEIl SKWINO Machine. Cnm. ing Reek days only f.o.l...ing 75c Week
puny, Lake City, FI....r Phone 550 provided If deMlred Hood wr...r.., Days
will repair. your machine 'In tip chance for advancement. Other !
only top condition. reasonable. ( We employment prohibited 'In reply
line only genuine Singer Ina atate atemarital 1 "tatun. Sunday Chicken
rte
p!
..... 1- ( our ....Ice ".... will pick up ant other employment, if any.
delivery ....vl... upon re iueitc. Hox H-K, rsre IttTAphr, .n"l DINNERS
__ __ New Hinder machine. are avail* It 110 $1 p 3 PC.
wt I I M e e U I .hie on reasonable. tar",,.. Room & Hoard Carving Set Only
95 FOR SALE-My' horn Lawty. $U Weekly

k WANTED TO nUT FAR -IHO tine block From hlway, .lnl' M. sot, All Served Family Style I
259 on paved .. '
street nld
acrea more or lace, on hard road walk. S b d-
=, c.u._ <_ vicinity Hrarke or L wtey C W. roonirt. livlnir room dining room

. Quinn, lull College St.. Jacksonville 4tn. 1 It arrenned bath kttvhn.front,. .br t.and.etm akfant htfatvd.back room porrn a..ae tiled varaa both. Bradford House $1.00 Hi Jacs Coasters .


____ FOrt SALE-Lars.: two etorjr. house <*. HtiiiHo. ...wl.. painted Inntd 112 So. Cherry St. I
and
containing' three apartment on out. ZOO by Situ'' foot land Starke.
46 Ib*. frozen .torag. ; ; t I large. corner lot ultuate. behind' iaped pool|L/wn for barbecue pit. voidfluh Fla. I
KHai Htptlat Church, Htarke.. Infarmtt r.me Iced
full-width Frvese Cheat and |rfooo. A. J. Thomas, Jr. AtlrnlniHtrator to hue utatlnn lawtey Florida Tea Classes ..
4f II.IdIX1.T F. K. Carradlne, .Uawtvy. Florida.' -
Storage Tray f fI 11 1 1R > .. I
--fipntted "..,.P"land China .
Ice tubes In I... than slit.wt. about 100 lb.. Notify P. ,I %"TKH: LILY HI LIU |
an I n ..'.ll.h 4-4**-II 1.011 do.. .
'>
!'(f 5'10 per K )-MOO d*

hour COLDER COLD for I e WANTED: TO BUT smell. tv.u.e In 'I p.Ilvered..... J-Iw-ra-er 4"-In qu.ntlliea quantities hy AO and."* WANTED to BUY 12 PC. Fire King OverwareSelghSlrap

better food-keeping. Htarke.. Write ilvln 1'." e and "n-4c _.-h. 1ltverl.< 5-*"-8c I
termn HUT 411 K Vn 1124 earn '"-IV*' each nulhltt PULPWOOD
{ t $1000 per t>u.h"l. nr.>lt and Pullr. \.
3-way doer handl*-lets you s FOR 8AI.K-Two eo",.. IT young eit. .'renpore to WVW Summer-
CROSS .
.
the door withbotbhandsfull.Conv.nl.nt pla-s. t.' J. Powell. Laura "t. tin M* hrlny ,.1..1". tap TIES
.. THIRD
open I I'I "-".- Up Fishing Bowls ONE
--
FOR 8
M.K-Strawberry plnnfa, It'' and Pine Timber
Butter Keeper .. A FOR UKNT: -Attractive, room furnl.h..1 per thnu.amt or will ...1h\ ,. the
re apt. Convenient to arhoot. bed P O Box SKI Route lea to ,
eitra-deep Humidrawer ; ,u. Couple l n. two minim. M... F. If Orifflff t iop 3-4 mtl i.n: rlght. I
r T-nnir. 401 N, Walnut Xt Phone : Side road 1-9 mile. N. C' Cole. ] I0 \
Shelves-In-The-Door and removable ---- ITI-f Itp man lip d,14 |,I I and Bands -- 1.3

.
Egg Keepers. Will i
-
Pay
FOR RhICT-Furnleh.d apartment.TWA SAI.F MAV WANTED n"iusu\
S bedroome. Center of Key hnt1r t<. .o .in bimlneNM nellina ,
._ "''ne Murray's" Hundrle Phone eonfiumera tad* hrmcehnld I You
Ilf. Highest
Long- Wettlnghoute nefeMo) Cash : don't
141 Itrh s'14' tie. In Mr.tIn.M County ..f.te see, I Prices take chances when you bring yurp'
quality, even at this sensationally r..*rune*Inn r.fren.... Rawlel..h'* FOR ANY tlons here' to be filled. For prescription ''
SIZE
F t5nt.F Phone l5W hthlaen' Dept. FAK.J70-Y, Memphln. Tenn TRACT every

low price eta: ,4 ,r>....... ft 4AI o 1r.It Rfp 114STF.APT. our finest hndil.l is compounded with scientific errs*

:ire RKt.lABf.R: quality drugs. We service.i
I0
A RO"'PR give prompt
s.. H today! You can't buy J FOR *AM!--* r.wberrT plant. 14 man with ."""* c"r for Insurance all. you get orders.AUG101951 .
more la convenience, performance per thouHtnd. or I1A, pep bed flee A.att t ..ulr............ .-"nn exactly what your doctor
u L 1.e'.nn or nll..r T."n 1rpFrR tt.mt .alarv plus Commissions.. -SEE-
and valiMt. r-.i| Kill
Osloeevllte
Pll'-rT-"I. .p.......nS.S "*..' ... *""1... ..' *-' for Vidal| appoint.ET'S-! I VE SPECIALIZE TRUSS F1TTI'
room. private bath gel N. on Friday for Interview. IN
A. E.
Pay UnlyA Ch...... 'OP .ae"u. n..'. ... t'p SttT McKINNEY

:> FOR RP.NTroom .. ..... FOR RRNT-4
: .I""n' .
J $14.57SuAr. -. rte( t..r month ** w /e./l. ,,,..,,."room,? .!resldenr-e.?,",?? W*.1.en, .. At Starke Taxi Stand
YOU ; m-stin housc Kntfhf l ftp 1111MR ..nn..i CAM Bl Aionthly .
-.,. Knl'.. PHONE 150
.", ,,--' ............' ......._. I... Spit ,?' DRUG SB
.."...,.. .,.- ..... -..-. -....... to".T. f T..*"!. mll." HniXD if ..trk > till u>Hel, "",..,. Wtvnn ..
,a *.'....... "" ..-...'.a. Route *>.....<.fiel... A onl- .| Wal....
1, Box T*, Starke. Fla. cht tf work.. Hampton, Fb. tip

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AUG101951


BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH !STAKKE.' flORIDA
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28 4-H Club Girls girls had charge of the devotions. I dance on Aug. 23 at the Beaih Council To Widen I i Legion To .Begin The Citizens FOR MAYORTo of Starke Florida
:
Those taking part on the program !I under the direction of Mr. Slpru)." ;,
1 DriveJones.LangfOrdWhlte I wish to announce .
Back From Successful were: Julia Johnson. Annette Keystone Heightsfulliolic 11'rrnonitl.* Jefferson StreetThe I I Membership for re-election as your my Mayor candidacy ,

Green Elaine Crosby, Beverly Jo I Charles A. Hager spent the wo.>.>- I .
Post S3
I have aerved '
Lake Its you conscientious
At during reg-
Camp Cherry Crosby, Anna Ruth Crosby, Gayle end In Daytona Beach. City Council '
I 1 meeting decided American Legion. will hold Iff ly and honestly. and when you hon. 'Co
night The
1 Marian Norman. ular Tuesday .
Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. William Bean ami I ..
Twenty-eight weary but happy t'lub OrKallb'd widen Jefferson St. from or me' with this office again, I 'ii,
to next Tuesday
Girls taking part In the morning children, formerly of Baltimore, regular meeting t b ;
;
4-H Club girls returned home Saturday At a meeting held at the home Ave. by moving will serve you for the next two
at flag.raising ceremonies were: Ann Md., have taken Earl Mechlenshouse Walnut to Temple night at the Legion Hall at tf-00:
week the I
a same as have
after
upending Patricia Wainwright, La- of Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr., on Wednesday I the curbing back and pouring concrete years In the <"..]
Cherry Lake Camp. They were ac- Crosby Aug. 1, a Catholic Club I on Lake Geneva. I] the road bed up: I o'clock. \t. i ', \" '"
and Marilyn Cox. from present past.On T. I I.
cornpanled by Mills Dorothy ROM, vonia Hodge, Officers .. Young Alfred Watson suffered I The Post plans to officially start the record thar I have 'I '11'' 1Ij.!
They told about flags that were for this area was organized. I to approximately 12 Inches from made, ; \
painful last
Injuries
Home Demonstration Agent. Wednesday. it.. 19S2 membership drive at thli I 1" b, ,,
to "Old fleeted include W. J. SI- The decision wa am soliciting your active vote "
In our country prior the sidewalk.
leadership flown Aug. 1, .when he fell from .
With the idea of developing the dh-I -'I
prelle Pre; Mrs. J. C. GaboardI of L. 0 meeting. The Post membershipnow and support in my campaign for SlIt,
of Glory. made at the suggestion
lag tower at k
the
responsibility many beach. In addition ,; \
stands at 230-1951 memberships re-election. n. M' .
and Lavonla Hodge Vice Pros.; Mrs. H. L. MorganJr. I who said that by doing the ,
Green Hazen
the Jackie D..
to
the details of running camp a broken wrist he hail I
Jan- several times. ., Sec. and Mrs. Emery H. Coop the Intersection will and plans are being made tc Respectfully yours, .
'wer taken over by the girls led the singing numerous bruises and suffered work now
er and the Rev. Father Francis sign 20 percent of the 1951 J. R. Wainwright
Moore and Waunta Blount meet the widening up
ette Blount. a cabin captain Gayle from shock. He was taken to the I properly new -
with the recreation. J. Dunleavy Treasurers. The object Avenue. membership by September 1st and .'0'1'11 I! 0'
were
alne and Ann Crosby EI.1' helped Gainesville hospital and Is being done on Temple I "
of this organization Is to raise now to be 100 percent In new memberships 1VOTICH TO APPEAR Rla'k 1\1....
Council. I that
of the In thebeglnner'lI first
bers Camp first i'
Girls taking place back at home. I Hazen suggested at riPld.
'... .....
In ( .I' Ci Bradford Con. aUtIHrI br
decisions funds to build and maintain a sold by the end of the jvar tr, I!
Council made certain swimming race were the City order two carloads of lime- florid-it !. tft.ncery.Evelyn herein 'o"'I''
about the operation of the camp Bernice Cruce and Allie Mae Star I Catholic Church In Keystone We wish to call, attention to an I stone to do the work Itself. How. Jack Dempsey of Starka joined Johnson Bhafer Plaintiff, vs. .t tho ':':.11.iiy' '1"""

and assigned the daily chores to I I I, Heights. Jacob Quiring Is serv' error In last week's news. It was \ Walnwright asked the local Post two weeks ago and i J ugenv< Thomas Chafer. defendant. 'tiW' hI Ha" ], t,
ever. Mayor( Caae No. ""willn"i.JX; im] |
i I the cabins. ling.Ann Crosby was voted the best linK on A membership committee reported that Miss Betty Rowland I that the Council consider the use became the first Korean War Veteran lII..t... To App_... 8596 I P'irp' Vfn".' ''tl|

: The program included classes In Bradford County. with the president. would be married In the Community said it will I to sign up with Post 56. I To: Eugene Thomas Sharer Whose |, ;. "u'm .j
from I because he
swimming crafts, and recreation. camper j The membership wishes to thankthe Church. The wedding will! be of concrete I renlilenue and addrens lit Unknown 1 D.c "?,,. ,_.
First place In stunts went to in make a neater looking job be eas- Also on the business agenda will you are hereby notified that a I hue I birr ""
: the '
Fifteen Bradford girls learned to Ruth friends parishioners, and First Baptist Church of milt for Divorce and restoration 1 rare or "'"
cabin S. Its members, Anna merchants icr for the City to do the work, and be a financial report on the recent of .
Keystone I maiden name ha. been One '
swim and 13 learned to dive. The Heights.Mrs. fliedagsinst
for their
and Joyce CroHby. did a very clever -j co-operation in la the long run will cost about the, Junior Legion Baseball Tournaments you In the above named I'SET"1 *?.
crafts project was wood burning, enactment of the song, "HI, the first money-raising project, Pat Fraher left Tuesday together with a report on Court and cause and you are required r

In which the girls made attractive Good Looking!l' I the card party at the home of R. 'i for Miami where aha will visit with: same. to serve a copy of your an- {li.i.'
hot dish mats and bookends. They W. T. Jackson brought a bid oni t the Legion's Saturday Night ewer or pleading, the complainton I. 'i 1 II. 1fR""H]
learned to finish the wood 1 1ly At the traditional Candle LightIng I' J. Croasdale on Lake Brooklyn on I relatives for a few days. I I i ha old police truck before the I Dances.A the Plaintiff Attorney. T. Frank ;, ::4.r; :'" I
proper j Annette Green represented I July 21 A profit of 86.23 was I. Mr. and Mrs. Landrum Btarke Florida and file J M 'liii. "
r then burn a design pn the surface. Ceremony John Bird have Council that he had received from I film entitled "Vacation in the orttflnal. In the office of the "- \w'., .
The girls enjoyed the recrea- I the Health H In the clover reported from'that party and left for their home In Okinawa 1 Bill Dowling in the amount ol I Miami" will be shown to stimulate Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be. 1'1' !- .',.or".
fore the lOt h of Pat .
since there day Hoptember 1051.otherwlae "
was quite a Miss ;
quantityof
tlon class for the new s6ng they I leaf.The Madeline Kennedy spent $263. The highest bid, previously, Interest In the Legion's Natlona* th. allegations of said I". ) "ndiiil
local leaders, and prizes and other material left,, the weekend in Keystone. I Complaint will be >., '" .t l,...,.
agents. i taken
learned and the folk games from had been In the amount of $211 I Convention which will be held Ir a. con- ..... ,
that this was a most another party Is planned for this I IFriday / feeeed by you. seal, :llf i. .
countries learned to girls agreed Mrs. Sara D. After dd ''n..
many they McDonald Is happy I which the Council rejected. Miami this year from October IS- This notice rhall be n rfi..u, 1 ,
execute. successful campeverybody had a evening, Aug. 10, at 8 P.M. to publliihedonce A h' 'h lib
announce the decided
birth of a new considerable discussion they each week for four cnneecutlvewevka
Tuesday night Bradford County good time! ''In the Women's Club. This Is la I ,,18. In the Bradford (nl'I" ) '
grandson bid. County RlAt J! ,
I. charge of a committee headed by Ir I Timothy A. McDonald,,, to accept Dowllng's All Starko and Bradford County Telegraph., f' 'rlirt Mt., "

... -- born last Thursday to Mr. and I I Hazen asked Police Chief W. E veterans are cordially Invited tc Pitted. this 8th day of August All hi,.
W--IIIIII-!! fIBII- ... Mrs. Cooper. The public! Is Invited. 1951.
'IIII ...... Mr. J. A. McDonald of Jackson" Thornton to stop the parking on (OFFICIAL S10AL) A. J. Thomas, i
All kinds of games will be I : attend this meeting. Clerk of the Circuit !, -
ville. Court
: ,I We spent the weekend In I both sides of Temple Avenue from Ely Myrtle T '''l'il' Po: ,
lii
Deaver
. played. Tickets are $1.00 Call I : Deputy ClArk I I'U '
Jacksonville admiring .the bus to the schoo' 1'11111'I t t,
him station high
"'lI
> SIlO| 4t 83l)! \"IlIi1i
I
Mrs. Nick Burson for reservations At The TabernacleSunday IT IIU",
Burglars were busy again Ini I building. He said when cars were Nu' hop
phone 2792. 1 I -- I 'lIId, 't,
Keystone last week. Someone parked on both sides of the street ,,d liii, u..,
IInu. ,,
Robbins' The Club is planning a public i broke Into morning, August 19, at :OTirH TO APPK3AU Nh. H'ato"' I,
I Scales
I Grocery on Sat-1 that only one car at a time could In Circuit Court. 1175. 'hllillo ,

I -- -- - - .I urdav- nlsiht. So-- -far-- th...._. _"_v>__un u.' .,..t I,, proceed through and it was a serious 11 o'clock Is the date set for the Fl...rlflni l. '''o....Bradford.,.. co."t"1 (I'tnrlll"''' 'k II.X'I'. tot
Toccoa Falls Trio by '' ': :1 I
the Ions has not been determined.Mr. hindrance. Thornton agreed I accompanied Imvlil Kincmon" Martin, Plaintiff vs. r..r IIrll"t"d i
FWI1EN1T'tTiMflQ Rev. Mention Brown whc Llllny fhellvy/ Martin, rpnrtant. i
speaker, 0"1.
and Mrs. Stanley Werner of r I to stop the parking on the east I Case. No. 8597 rei"Ipt" 'C I" '" t' ".
ot .
Aal Memphis, Tenn. were weekend I side of the street and CouncilmanP. II will deliver the message. Mr. teire T. App.... I t.. wt thb] IWtI lb 0,
Brown has brought several Gospel To: Lllley I Hhelley I Martin whoeerenldence '
guests of;Mr. and Mrs. Bautedo. L. Bridges said that he woulc" and address i In: Unknown.; I lila./,;, Oil" )I'.fkt
Teams from his school to the U'IOI' .
SPECIAL wh ..
I Mrs. Werner Is Mrs. Bastedo'sniece p have the curb painted yellow and( I You are hereby notified that a bUMI ii a...
null for rIP :n $ .
Divorce hai tiu .
Tabernacle and their coming U been filed I .
7k and she and her husband are',I' "no parking" signs put up. snalnxt you In the above named t3'11hftl Fl;" iii,
to eagerly anticipated.Miss Court and and : I it lrl\!. l ,
I moving Jacksonville from Memphis. Thornton aaked the Council tc rauna youare required busi",,i.. .10"
Bernice to servo a copy of your an.Rw.r 'U rlI. I. .
White of Toccoa
leO'
authorize him to purchase someextra or pleading to the complainton Jr 1"11"0"1' '

\ John Byrd who has been visiting r "beds and mattresses for the Falls Ga. arrived Monday and i II the rialntlffa Attorney T. Prank Mnllyilio Jo:. A !14 l"la;.'

150 PAIRS relatives in Keystone, left Monday City Jail and make some provision tile house guest of Miss Edna Noe the r.an.lruoi.original Starke.In the Plorldn office and of file the F. I., s., WN to'".",

for, Ithlca, Michigan where he wU' for separating the cell works. The gel this week. Clerk of the Circuit Courton or he. 3"! "' i i ofl.,
(
spend some time before returning | Council decided to turn A special solo old fore the 10th day of September '' >
LADIES'DRESS the mattetover I from an hymr IftRI : orherutM* the allegation., of I ('f. ;"'"
to Okinawa. He Is employee': book ail' Complaint, 10 i:. !'N: j., .
an
,
?' to Mayor Wainwrlght whc: belonging to J. R. Howe will be taken a. L.
; 1101.1> '
of the United States Government with Thornton will have the and dedicated him, confemied by you. lit,
was by
au to sung Thltf notion snail he 1 A. Ii. : ? tIu,
there. thority to make the necessary purchases ]Miss Edna Noegel In honor of hi. once each week for four (' pUbll.he"j j ('nun-, ]id..
SHOESValues i weeks In the. PYadford County
and 84th
repairs. birthday anniversary last T""'-KranhHated

Rev. Call To PreachAt I City Clerk Carl Johns remindedthe Sunday.A 1C51.. thin 81h day of August.UFFICTAT. ,

I Presbyterian Council that they would haveto 'I guest Sunday evening was J. ( SRAM A. .7. Thomas,

meet shortly after the close of I Grady of Indiana who, sang a Clerk of the Circuit' Court
II WEIDI1We
: i Rev. Jame.Neison the books to approve them and the I beautiful solo. He also had a partIn By Myrtle T. Beaver Deivfv Cl.rk
Call a na silo( 4t 5131xo'rle |
I tive of Starke and grandson of the voters registered for the upcom'lngelecUon. I the Tuesday evening Blbie! Stuny

dI99 a ..... f4D4M5.. late N. T. Ritch and J. F. Kick-, He also told the Counci' Hour. -

I \ up There's a rral rink. in rutting liter will preach at the First that Election Inspectors should b, In ('lri nlt (....,.....t.TO Bradford"PPF.\R Coantr,

! rorn'r'x when It come to In- Presbyterian Church this Sunday picked during that meeting anc Colley Named Agent Klorltlat In ( bnn.*rrr,

) ,: to : morning at 11 o'clock. His sermon read a list of those men who ha Huraiiri Maybe ton little In- Jordan, nvfondant.
topic will be "The End Cometh." i indicated their willingness to serve
In better Announcement has just been received Cane No. 8598
.lIra.\ than
l none.Icilt.
.J Mr. Call l la the son of the former Selected by the Council were F. G from James 'Setir.. Tn Appr-nr.
why nut know you are Mrs. Vlvlrette Hemmlngway, W. M. Edwards L P. McNeil. To: Hallfe Jordan whone residence
Floyd Kick- ,
: 6.95 fully insured. See us tills week. liter, who Is 1\[. Florida manager of the Mutual Life and iddrena In: I'nknown. offer the pel|
now Mrs. E. F. Call. I I Gaines, T. S. Williams, S. E Insurance Co. of New York that You are hereby notified that a
Both Mr. Call and his wife., the Sparks and Paul Raymond. milt for Divorce ha. been filed
former Carr Colby of CoKey Insurance against you In the above named and \ut'Iniij ola
NOWJ Marilyn Shaver of Toronto, After deciding to hold a specla' (''.or' an 1 rnu.f. and .
you err
., Canada are Agency. 116 So. Walnut !St.: hut r. -
'graduates of Colum- meeting
bia Bible next Tuesday afternoon at. received his license and has been modernSMITH'S and lIMO
School. Columbia 3. C,..five o'clock for the purpose of approving '
, appointed as their- field

-GENERflL imURflNCE I I Sickly Men, Women the Council' the adjourned.registration of voters writer In this territory. utder.j W.C.T.U. welding All Work hopi GDI u'


And Children I No Geneva News I TilE MAN WHO TRIES TOROWN
Heilbronn Club I) !C)

Do.. .VOIl- _f.n.el_ hA___._ _mn_ ......_*._.... on".,,,..Iv.... The Ills TKOI.'ULKS: < IN
Has Picnic Telegraph has received the DRINK? FINDS TilT liE' HAS
and run down you can hardly Outing AND :MACHDiEJ\
At C. H. on feet? stay I following communication from ONLY IKRIOATRO THEM.H. : .
Driggers Furniture your Do restless night.
Co. leave you mean and mlserabld the I Members of the Hcllbron Home Mrs. Blanche Cunningham, Lake ( K. ZIMMERMAN IN fVION i Ti'n'ple Ave.

next morning? Do you force your-I Demons ,Ulon Club took their Geneva correspondent: "Will not SIGNAL.) I

self to eat, then feel miserable families on a delightful picnic and be able to send any news for a couple .

t, afterwards? If so give INNER- I swim at Hampton Beach Tuesday of weeks as a car backed over

TONE a chance to help you. Children afternoon. Twenty-eight persons me Monday and cracked a bone In

t: also fall prey to rundown conditions were In attendance to enjoy the my leg and bruise me consider FR1DAYTHRUSUNDAYSFErot

and become anemic they cool breezes of the lake. I ably."

lose Interest In school work and Family picnics have bpcome an I

\ don't eat or play like well children annual activity this club -
participates I
NOW should. You owe it to them to try In.Those I FOR CITY COI'XflL

INNER-TONE with Its blood buildIng enloylng the As a citizen of the City of StarkeI
Iron vital vitamins outing were: am I II '
:/ ancjNature's Mr. and Mrs. Anrll! Norman anc" announcing my candidacy YOUR
own herbs. INNER. for re-election as a member of the |

TONE I. reasonable, coats only a family, Mr. and Mr*.. Leroy Nor- I I City Council in the City Election

few cents a day to take. Don't let iran and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tul- of Sept. 11, 1951. My candidacy'Is ''!

yourself or your family go on suffering lie N"nni and famllv Mr. ancMr. J based on striving to make

get INNER-TONE at .. F'don Stnn all' >l family. Mr Starke a larger and more prosper. Beach

KOCH drug store today! Feel fine .n-1 Mrs. E-d'e Cnr "n" family\ ous town and also a cleaner and Toys --- Floats -

tomorrow. M'si' Ann '">i"iinn. Ml.* Wloe| more decent place In which to live.!

00. f, ,*"'<.v,. si'' Ol...n .rd Blllv Mo'ireH Your vote and support will be sincerely
appreciated. Thanks! | SD S
Bathing
$3 9 ; '"J" ..I. -,V, T. (Billy) Jackson Caps --- Bathing
; '1; ,

Only DOWN BUYS THISREFRIGERATOR Iti@"1rfi.., C f" rranf@i. ...! D tc.!: WU' IDw;:;1:] 1 __ i iI I

7" ,
'r 'j : .'." ..J"J1
--- Good
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-- Home Cooked !
COLORED HELP-Man and
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woman I "UO"lnp"n.: '
IJI i
fir maintenance wick< New All Make. I

KlnirMtov Penoh If ".............- .-*.......All_ Moilrl........1.... MEALSSERVED
I .. II '''. ('. JUIIOPIII-.UI: >
stinghouse WEDDING AND BIRThDAY CAKES ,,1'111 W. 4'all "'. IMark
I Pb.
:2.tn
-fa up. Order* taken At P4hmer I
dirt Shnppe. phnne eq..?. If WNTEr>--Wh". mal DAILY
.
SINIJEH '8KWINO: Marhlne rimpuny. Light In". .Iiti W..k".1 few days h""ra only ea"h.mretaker ev..n. 75c \Week
l.euiing
Lakt City, KU Phone 10. provided It desired Days !
w..e.
will repair chance fr advunc.mVni
1/ your niarhln In tip Othep
of only .
5 .
on> coed Illun rea' oniihi| We .pt.'ym.nt prohliit..l In
I U.. only genuine SIne, part. Ing .1... age. marii.ai' statue r.ply and Sunday Chicken
{ our aervlce car will iiKk other ernlyment.
____ ____ delivery.. .ervi..-. upon reiiueet.up Anil Box 4t1.l,., Care Telegraph if any, Writ, DINNERS

___ I 01 II S US I New singer marhlnei. are avail. Starke.I. I 10) $1 3 PC.
I I I able
e on reasonable term Carving Set Only -
95 FOR AALR' My hum In I-awtey Room & Board $14 Weekly (

Ij WANTED TO HPT "Alnl-.no On. bloi-k from hlway (r M. tili. All Served
259 .. I Family
w ",'r.. more or l I.... on hard road on .y..1 Street, Sidewalk S be... Style

c.>U.. r-.<. Quinn vlflnlty 10 Hlarke* College.or Lawl.y St.. Ui-knon-C W. room kitchen living breakfast room dlnina room room.tllitd Bradford $1.00 Hi
House
.III. t.p I. 10 *balh
ron RAt.K-t. r.. two .fury hnu. ace. H'IUNA n.wlv painted meld sur* 112 So. Cherry St.
""ntalnln" thr... apu'm"n. on and out till by 80ik. font land-
46 lb. froxn large corner lot mtuate behind M-itpad 'lawn harhecu Starke; Fla.
storag ; ; i pit. void-' .
Klrot Pfeptlat Churrh. fish pool for Information .
full-width Frees* Chuit and 14.000. A. J. Thomas, Jr. Admlnlutrator Htarke. to bus Matlon Lawty, Florida mi*. !Iced Tea Classes .
F. K.
4t 4 10TAi'1'lpotteI Carrndln. La Storage Tray bJti It |t.l _'_ -j
half-Poland China
Ice cubas In lost than an tilt, wt. bout 100 ">.. :Notify- P. F. .''T'." lily Oll.n. I I,
I I. r..rtlt.h| rfV, 4--1'.11'
''t0 per dill
hour! COLDER COLD for llvered. I..krver. qiiantltlea IHO-IK lll> ..-- WANTED 12 Pc. Set

butter food-keeping. WANTKD"lark.. TO Writ RUT s-lrln small prl.hou. .mid'In U14.1'..... 1*-..,4"....-delivered In nuantlti-A"-S** by 30 and ex> [ to BUY Fire King Overware

'o.m. rtnt 411 F tip 11124 eaoh "-inr .arh. Riilhlet..... I PULP WOOD
11900 tier bushel T>.."lt .
3.way door handle)-lets youopen FOR SALE-Two owl.. 17 er. snrrenanra, and Pull I
young to W .
W
|.l... IJ.. J-ow.ll. I. uri ?,. .. M-ortnc FlorM-i' Summorltr CROSS TIES
the door with both hands full. ......... lip Fishing THIRD
lip Bowls ONE
FOR HAI.R'-fitrawherrr' plitnte, 14 I and Pine Timber -
ron RIr.NT-AltrarU",
per thousand
Convenient Butter Keeper rnnmr fur- or will dell bv the
nishei apt. Convenient f bed PORn.
i> .hool. tit Route ,
extra-deep Humldrawer i _ "'oiilbIC l nr two ......It.. Mr.. p. If. Orlffle Loop 1.4 mllee turn InO right to \
l.onr. W N. Walnut St Ph.'n.Il 8ld' road 1-J O
ShelvwInThDoor and removable _ lip man. mile. N. C SIP Cole.II14. Watch Strap and Bands.1.3

Egg Keepers.Lengllf FOR RP"I'T-lI'urn.h.: tpartmont. !m'.P''MAV!! WAVTEH: I Will Pay
: Two b...ronn.... C>ntr ,of K.,.. MiclUr to ..o in bu.ln...RellAhle

W. tlnghou*. __ _ _ .J4 tnn..l.. Murra,'. Wun.lrl I.. .-.phnn. *'14 oonnumere tl.. In NradfoM 2oo hounehotd county' *"neceeel..sellIng... a.... I Highest Cash PricesFOR You don't take chances when you brinjr yourP

quality, even at; this sensationally flUflftitfl. rf..r.tr.... tions
FOR U.P'A.a'' l a ,end hlMt,,"' (>.opt. FAHtTV. Memphis R.I"'ch'. ANY SIZE TRACT here to be filled. For every prescriptww.1
Tonn.
low price! *MMkttht*<;4 lAura lanlii I'It' Fhon IS1-W ".)0) II 11! II..> lit our hands is compounded with scientific vx

STKAr>T.S3. nPL1tnE.p: : .. finest quality drugs. We service!
S.. It today You can't buy FOR 8At.Vt' -fltrAwh.rrT with IIInRPR: give prompt
plant 14 aced
more In convenience performance I..? thAu.nd.. or tin n.i* h.... ft' ** I. ...........ro....w.fet...iutursn._........ an, you get exactly what your doctor orders.
.
w T I ...
w.nn nr Ol' .r Tv n Uproom non" salary plit -SEE __ a*
'nmmi..Innq. fj
and value! ".'1 s'. .
Wf"R '''.""'--....,...... .1'...."' ..... .-.-. "P 5Cel n.'n..m.... .t 44 'nr"l4ti IIPp..t.t WE FITT''l\\
I *, private bath. 114 N. on Friday for intervi... E"tlg A. UJNEYAt SPECIALIZE IN TRUSS
On1y ,'i.er. Mi _oi..,.. .,.... i'" E.
1 "11t Sit.

'7'0 FOR.. REN'Vrnnm. rvM' r ........ I PAR" 'tJlNT4: riunnu re..n." ......_
Clfl. ncr mnniti "' lr.llv l.ai.4. ,.. Starke
.I"iT1J 1Irn'l."i'. ftp ,1f! ..........'..n..... 51$ Wimelon wi' Tad Stand .
you CAN BI .. Westinghouse pee m. D 111 '
Knl.." PHONE
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FOR" CAtP-5Pp..e. c,....-..-_ .. tin Hit ISO!) KOCII ST
'%4.. .. ... .'-_' ""eI..I. ,_._. ........ ni.tre"aqti we r-,.. .. ._ 'I Starke, Fig.i DRUG
T t *H e mil. K ,,> "
.q : H f n. rV* 104. wn4el "l'e.ep.d W.......1"1
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1, Box T*. mark. Fla. the tf w........ Hampton ria. at W.I. -
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