Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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' To Set Up Small Claims Court. ...' __

Official Count Publication Established In 1879

Without Further Delay .


(An Editorial) ==

believe that Senate Bill No. 199. establishing a [ TORNADOES BEGIN FALL PRACTICE
We Smith Total To Ten '
si ill Claims Court in every county of the State'of FloriB Entry, Brings i a j Blanding Funds

fills} 'a long felt need and accordingly we urge that

R Board: of 'County Commissioners take immediate Candidates For Five Vacancies' I IThe ,
I City As7
ling to establish such a ,court in Bradford County and. ,

Ert functioning as soon as possible.
it ,
that vjews this of Juniu M. Smith the office ol Seem AssuredBig
H \We are confident our on subject will entry Competing for
H echoed by every businessman in Starke as well asILlford I former councilman, local laundryman Mayor are Incumbent J. R: WainWright .

County. Por-years they have teen helpless in and railroad man. Into city I and former mayor'' and

Eng with the irresponsible man or woman who re political arena this week brought! state legislator J. P. Robert:

lied for one reason "or another to pay an honest debt. tile total to ten candidate whc A three-cornered race I* promised Appropriations Bill Has Cleared All But
have qualified for the five office for the dfflc of Chief of Police
amount was small-as was often the case-it Last Of Long Series Of
Kthe to be filled In the City Election of where Incumbent W. p. Thornton
Es practical to handle the matter through the reguH l
not September 12.Competing will have a. running mates'former Hurdles
as the amount involved would not be enough -- ,-- -- ,. '--
courts for the two upcoming longtime chief A. L.
Bnay( attorneys fees and court costs. And yet, these vacancies on the Council are R. V. (Rafe) Alvare al Resting after a session of calisthenics In the hot August sun. I

Bill amounts-$10, $20, $50 or even $100-totaled upRr Incur nts Paul L. Bridges and former deputy sheriff while listening to a talk by Coach James Hobbs (center) are the IS The partial reconstruction of Camp Blanding moved a

a period of years would represent a very substantial Wm. T. Jackson, plus newcomei City Clerk Cart John Is *o rat boys who showed up fur the opening day'a pracUce last Monday, hobbs i little nearer reality this week when the House passed the

Mount-) -one which the merchant is! justly entitled to George Kopelouaos: local ..restau unopposed.The :. has issued a warning to those boa interested In playing this fall to largest military construction bill in history calling for a

Ej should be given some assistance in collecting. rant operator, and Smith whc deadline for qualifying a, the effect thatthey may be left "watting at the gate" should they program valued at $5,768.720,000 during the next fiscal year.

BThe Small Claims Court, as defined ,in the new paid his $18 qualifying fee Wed candidate 1* next Tuesday. Aug fall to report for practice soon. Camp Blanding has been appropriated $5,722,000 of these

Btute would have civil jurisdiction in cases at lawBtthich nesday. 2L. 't.I .. funds for the rebuilding of certain utilities, including railhead

the demand or value or the property involved HOBBS W'IlRNSTJIIIT LATE STARTERS i facilities and warehouses.WHAT'S .

K< not exceed $250. I MAY' GET 'LEFT AT POST' IN FALL The bill I I. now being debated In
BThe new law does away with much of .the legal red New Voters Flocking Register :4- INSIDE the Senate and Its committeeswith

Re which made it impractical for a business man to Coach James C. Hobbs asked all spent before Sept 1 Is to get the YOUR TELEGRAPH no vote on the m..ur.proml.ed .

Ek satisfaction through'the regular courts. Its avowedpose : boys Interested in playing football boys In shape so that they can get before some time next

is to provide a forum for the apeedy certain -
I! cases and all a merchant has to do to institute ac- to report to fall practice a* soon as tha 'time comes to issue uniforms. to this. We
possible. HU appeal came when Practice this week consisted Farmer's Diary-page 12 pas already have
statement of claim
|n is to file a simple including the total of The Council met Tuesday afternoon done considerable
I Stark now has a grand only 13: men showed up for the mainly of conditioning drills, the inside story preliminarywork.
it known address of the defendant, in concise form: 1,683 registered voters -" the highest i and struck the name of 62 He. calls- of A oc>upl. .of d- All we need 1 I. a few capable
opening day's practice Monday. Includingsome blocking
I Thnk..s
K free from technicalities.A In the.clty.a history. I "dead or removed" person from I said that there vets a number of thenlcsl signal drills and wind make a llvlnaon trylnir to a.Rralford officer familiar with details and
notice to appear is then served upon the defendant, Three hundred and seventeernew the qualified list. This left a. net boys who wanted; to play but sprints. County able to answer questions." The officers

R a time is set for a hearing on the claim. If the de- been add- gain of 235: voters over last year's weren't aware the fall session has farm. referred to by Senator Rua-
voters have already The !number showing for
Hdant fails to appear then the plaintiff is entitled to I I total of 1,428. i started I I up Clay Hill! Echoes-p. 11 aol are those ;who will be called
ed during the current registration developing litnearly' practice each day has constantly ...
Biclgment by default, without further proof. With competition lie said It.* Important that increased IrtHplrlnir m upou to testify before the Senate
but not fast enough. tnnln l
BThe, statute states that immediately prior to the period, and more will undoubtedly 'I every race on ,the ticket, those who want to play this fall Hobbs said that only two or three *ir.Mra written
&1 lof any case, the judge shall make an earnest effort get under the line before the books a record-breaking vote I la expected report now. Otherwise ha said. boys from the country had re school ttinrm which he Is chairman relative tc

Kettle the controversy by conciliation: But if he fails close at 5 p.m. Saturday August In the City Election- on Sepiembet i the group that began this week ported; that nearly all on hand at Fish In... Fun-':page 11 the bill, He Mid his committee

Bnduce the parties to settle their differences without 11. 12. will be so far ahead of the late present are from Starke and vi news of the l\'c' plan to begin hearing testimony
corners that they will be of no use realm Written 'Inlirnoir behind closed doors next week.
irial, he shall proceed with a hearing on the merit cinity. style by n>lllinker. !, III
II MOORE'Funeral to the team whatsoever. A a telephone conversation
MRS. number
Bin order to protect the defendant from undue hard- FUNERAL FRIDAY FOR are planning on turning out 1 Th. first practice session began yesterday Col. R. W Pearson,

Hp", the law provides that:. "When the judgment is to service for Mrs. J, J:. shipper, and had resided In Lawte) the opening day of school, he mild, at 3 o'clock. lioweverdue to the I' Special Article on CloSed commanding officer of the U. S.

premiered and the party against who it is to be enBtd Moore 78. will be held this afternoon I for many years.Surviving i nut 1C the squad Is of a sufficient pre-school planning program and "hake* Army Engineers In this district
requests it, the judge shall inquire fully into the (Friday) at; 2 o'clock In the are her husband J size before then, "we, just won't, the heat, practice sessions for this I a mnttF to of evaryon vitalconcern .- told the Telegraph that their pre

nings and financial status of such party and shall Lawtey Methodist Church. Interment H. Moore; four sons, David W. have tIme to bother with them' week were moved up to five, who likes. toflak liminary survey work was finished

He full discretionary power to stay an entry of judg- will be In Crosby Lake i and Paul M. Moore both of Jacksonville and bring them up to the aame' Whether or not they will continue Turn. to pateC .t Blanding. "All our preliminary

Int, and to stay execution, and upon such terms, as Cemetery.Mrs. I ; Robert C. Moore, Burlington level as those who started early." to begin at the five o'clock\ hour plan have been forwarded to 3rd

Ell seem just under the circumstances and as will as- Moore dlejl\ early Thursday N. C., and W Fred Moore, Since Florida Athletic Association -| next week depends on the consensus Following The Furrow Army Headquarter. in Atlanta."

B,> a definite and steady reduction of the judgment Lawtey; Two daughter, Mr. C. rules state that a team of opinion among the boysFriday page 2 he said This doesn't mean thar
Hil 1 it is finally and completely satisfied." morning In St. Vincent Hospital, I Y. Mayo Tampa, and Mrs. Will can't don pads before Sept. 1, those Hobbs said. "They seem tc nnweiit. the column.T.*'lirriii t.>,"IN'" the project I la assured, he added

Jacksonville. She-bad been In il< 'Edwards Lawtey; 2} grandchlU) who.are practicing now are doingso enjoy It much more because its Inw. the dory ofHrailforil because their plans will have to be
The fees collected by the judge of the Small Cla'imsrt health for some tints dren and 14 great grandchildren. In shorts The \Idea of the time' cooler"", he added.Knight ("ounty approved In Atlanta and fund

are his only remuneration. The law provides that She was the wife of J. H. Moore Funeral arrangement are In 5- and farm picture lire In word given them for the actual contructlon .

county commissioners shall furnish suitably quarters prominent Lawtey J rower ana charge of DeWitt C. Jones. These Work All work will be
arc Just few of thellonm
Biouse' the court and also provide necessary "eqult. ______ Will Waive Condemnation Fees of l lut.ret a you'll find on contracted for a* before, he *aJd
int t t. maintenance and supplies." A h..ted'debate raged In, the
Special Act Of Congress Passed To Permit the Inutile page, of the Telegraph Senate
Funds for this "shall have the ef- II 1 Tuesday, concerning the
H expended purpose earn wrrk. Get the habit. mea.ure, between
Bt of an appropriation of county funds for the pur- German Fiancee Of Starke I,1.T. ; Enter UjS"In. Oa OLRightof4Yayffjwners) Ditto ..I reading your paper ',:'f rum L. Holland and Senator Senator Doug-Speard. *-
Bd therein *tated"Tjlch! sJin. b..1mmedlatell'err ctivc ; F- -
..addition, to his many other man fiancee met while heVwa \ klver to ""w"Teachers las, Illlnol. Douglas was trvino
'ithstanding.any lack of appropriations or absence I duties, Congressman ,Charlie: Bcu- serving I In Germany: during World Hoi* v Knight. county attorney Interested,) citizen whoappearec I I I, hard to attach an amendment-

I provi.rions.therefor, in the county budget and not- nett found time recently to givean War II. As she was ineligible offered to waive Ills ..t.torory' .I before the Board of County Commissioners calling for a SoO.000,000: reduction

hstanding any budgetary restriction' assist to cupid according to under Immigration quotas, tacit ,/ fee concerning any condemnation -I at the beginning of the Report In the appropriation most of which

Any small expense involved by the Commissioners Truman Felt. author of the "Flo reunion was blocked until the Jacksonville proceeding! on Temple I project They said, that the lota'i concerned Florida project, Holland

Bestablishing' and operating a Small Claims Court isire rida In Washington" column III Congressman succeeded In Ave. : Union. getting authorization by special to statements by property 130,000.: Knight that U In Senate
It debate
than justified, we believe, providing oar often the Florida Times says PreSchoolingBradford say Washington
week that Rip. legislation. Under terms of the holders, intimating that he was Interesting to note
[ d.pressed business and professional men with a Felt reported last several member reporters argued the a-
received from act she will be. permitted to elites urging condemnation proceedingsin of this mendment 'with,
Bennett had just delegation are among Douglas across a
tool with which collect that is
pliable to money I order to such fees,
gain Knl&hthlet
the White House an act. now approved with her minor son and to remainIn those with whom It la Imposdblt County' echo)', tench Ingle desk, top for two hour,
jjly due them. This especially true when we lie would waive his fees
seems upon
which the United State provided the The final
President to reach vote
the any "reasonable" found the
by agreement ers marched back Into their classrooms Douglas:
> to consider half of the tax condemnation wherever the -
that well than
|I p more Lohmann of marriage occur within three property as to amendment defeated
I will permit Sonja right-of-way through this weeV for p'e.schoo'planning by a nearly
i-den of Bradford County is paid by the business men owner will waive the attorney' -
Hanlgsen. Hanover. Germany, to month, Felt reported.It their propertIes a period designed to allow 1. two-to-one majority.
Starke and the in the These. she will be fee allowed by law. This
smaller towns county. understood that
enter the United States and become Is should save the considerable A large number of Interested them to bring records up tc Rep. Charles E. Bennett has
In. ordinarily ask very little in return for their the bride of John Duren Anderson unable to arrive here until shortlybefore amount >f county money, he said. citizen have already donate date, plan this year's teaching stated that the 13.722,000 appropriation

Bney and when an opportunity comes along like thisere of Starke. Christmas due to other Knight stated that several of right-of-way for widening thi program, get their book u: 'orliN I la to re-open, Blanding on

B they can be helped inestimably by the expendi- 'Young Anderson and his Ger- technicalities. the property owners who are hold. avenue. Knight said, among whomare .nd all tin o'kti> job that used tc a strictly stand-by basis. "This

le of a neglible amount of money, we believe they deI'e ing up the right-of-way proceeding Carl John., Ellery M. Davis be put off until after school opened means/' he said "that It wilt be

that much consideration. At least the Commis-- Ball SetWithWilliston McGriffs Win Trip have said he was pushing Albert Hartmann, Dorothy ano This way they will be prepared for used only In the event of genera

ners will be rendering them some slight assistance Midget To Puerto Rico them Into condemnation suits In June fatel Annie Ma Morris the Influx of students when schoo mobilization" XA

getting together enough money to pay their higher order to gain an attorney's fee Lnnzy Rhoden W. G. Halle. Kath opens September 3. to what would be done he
Bes next year.bpedup For GE Sales Record from the county. In answer to the. erlne Chljim Matthews Rhoden The back to school movement by aid, "Overhead and underground

a I charges he offered to waive his Florence Brown, A. D. Martin ant the tearhers Is dIctated by the facilities will be Installed seveisj
Mr. and Mr*. O. J. McGrlff are fee if they will waive thelr's in i i A, T. Dempsey. Contracts Jiavt 1917 school coda. which requiresteacher. warehouse will be built streets

Production Is Aim Of Families scheduled to leave for Miami Sun-1 I order to get the'right-of-way proceedings been signed and to put In 10 full month will be opened up etc. and there
Herb Thomas, coach of the day morning to begin a free-oue- completed. I I right.of..wagiven ) of work However tbey art will be
year. a small complement ot
king With Farmers Home Administration American Legions baseball teams week vacation In San Juan, Puerto by Lacy Conway J. fi i ,,
Only two property owners have Robert. J. T. beginning the new school yea troop to keep up.these facilities.
68 Qulgley E. T. SJiull
announced that the Post Rico a gift of General Eleil tic for
duet aim of farm' families Farmers Home Administration "Senior has Midget will play a game the local dealer's outstandingsales I rejected the negotiation., Austin Selma T Brunson, William E without the t.100( a year pay Increase However he added. In the event
'Wig In the local prugrarn creates. Some of those farmer Monda/ nightat Wlnkler and Raymond Suave fefoliations Thornton, Anthony Cermanerov 8 which cleared both houSeS of general mobilization. It U expected -
record. .wlll
Wlllteton next They enjoy II
Farmers Horn Admln- here In this locality. with ( are pending with R. A A. W.lde.nd/ of the 1951 Legislature'but died that full
are Bradford Ball Park. Maude Mot(. a complement ot
7 o'clock at gathering of the winning G E: deulrrs
''n thla fiwal year will beg Currie explained that his jot The general public 1 Ia cordially from all over the United States Green and Arthur Bi Williams Agreements have been reached, because of an entanglement ovei troops can be sent m with tent
their farm to maximum and other County Supervisors Knight pointed out that ever) but no contracts signed with Gull taxation. and that the camp can be placed
In Miami and
to attend. Sunday' afternoon
ncy and help produce the job were to help borrower families Invited fly dollar spent In srqulrlng this I Oil Corporation Robert Green Harmon P Morgan, superln In operation at once.
then to Puerto Rico Mond.
Ired!, end fiber needed foidefense : arrange cropping system "" y right-of-way deprives the countyof I Hester L. Thomas, Ida Alderman, tendent of the Board of Public Intructlon

I Clifford L. Cur- that would make the best use.of F. P. Prescott Dies morning. two dollars for the construction : .1. R. Walnwrlght, Guy Andrews, said that all teacheri* Dr.
H. A. and far a* possible tc The trip Is the result of a great *f farm to will meet during the first thret Covington
County Supervisor the land a* Bainbridge Home; m.rktt paved roads Robert Metcger, Shell Oil
At. deal of bard work by the McGrift(, Comb day in their own school to bring
"terday, : work out program to keep fam- urgently needed In this county pan,, Tprode Chevrolet : Leaves August 19
tat! 1 of 23 family farmer In ill,* fully employed on theli Funeral Held SundayFranklin and they're anxiously looking for- Th* Federal Government matches Bishop Joseph p. Hurley Company, and; their record. up to date. lI.wever. For Reserve
ward to It. Mr*. McCriff Aid the money used la actual the Monday and Tuesday will findall Training
farms. construction
it, necessary legal In.trum..ntaare
which la composed 'of aIn goal Pierce Preacott: 62 that they began work at six of farm to ne&ro'teacber. convening; .1
detail market
giving on agency roads, being
prepared. Dr. A. Y
111, Clay Duval. Nassau, of assisting In national agricultural a restaurant and club owner. died o'clock In the morning during the but pay no part of rightofwaycost. RJE high school and next ,Thur- Covington. Director of
If this the
hn. and Union Counties arcI'Jy production Currie outlined I at his home near Bainbridge Oa sweet corn shipping season in order road 1* to be built be- day and Friday all the white Clay and Union
Friday. AuS. 10. He had lived to catch farmer at home. She fore JourUt season It I. Imperativethat teacher In the county wilt gathait County Health Department and 5
using the agenc, superwdit the following points: on The right-of-way of
Temple Major In the
34 ..an.Survlvora agreement be reached at Army Medical Reserve -
= loan will theN for the past ) even demonstrated a G. E. stoveon BII9.
to H. A. [
buy enlarge de- Only Avenue will already cost severs once and the will
Corp leave
Or will, be for the Include\ his widow, Sunday night. she _..d. because necessary rlghe-of- The teacher will listen to ar August IB
Operate farm. They times
or to Inv be mad I the amount estimated by the way secured, Knight said. for Fort Jackson South Carolina
tad! Prescott: two that was the only nljfht tile
Inadequate housing. A* a tool of production-*uch a* Mrs. Beulah Miller address by a representative of the
and Lee Miller farmer' wife was available He will accompany a Reception
Currie commented, these and building Improvements. livestock sons Francis Florida Educational Association
,' are now better abi., tc tractors, fertilizer, and othe Preseott. all of Balnbrtdice: one While In Puerto Rico they will Willie A. Griffis I United Nations Called aa well a* one by Mr. Louis Center Unit from Gainesville and

products in .hort supply : necessities."All brother. Guy Prescott. Jsckson- stay In the Carlo Hotel one of Dies At RaifordWillie Smith head of State Health Education will remain for two week reserve
mall farm"" Currie ci>n- loans whether for farm yUle four sister Mrs. E. T. King, the Island' finest. They will re World Force For Good Department. August 24 U raining returning to Starke oa

"ta 1 the greatest potential operating expenses or real estate Jacksonville. Mr*. W. K. Wilder. turn to Miami via air next Friday By Rotary SpeakerThe the1' date set for an art specialistto September second.
-of domestic agricultural will be made to established Pine Ca.tle.Ilrs\ Mae Edwards and plan to spend several dyi Albert Griff. 80, died demonstrate various art and Regular scheduled clinic of the

Yet It i Is producing tar b .-- Improvement permanent farming *y.- and Mrs. Fay Gill Stark. there before returning to S'aike.' Tuesday, Aug. 7. at his home In scope of the United Nation crafts to the teachess. and August Bradford County Health Department

>;blllty because land 1* not lems that are balanced. ound- and Funeral service were held Sun Before leaving on the trip Mr Raiford. Funeral service were organization was discussed at the 30 will find them listening to a I will b* held on Wednesday'

Ihcttvely used and capital| efficient and that will make ful! day afternoon at 4:30 o'clock In McGrlff Issued the following eld at the Johnstown Baptist Rotary'Club Wednesday by Roes lecture by a representative of a and Saturday; mornings. a* usual.

I*" or suitable credit'Is lack- us, of land and family labor. f. First Baptist Church. Baln statement: Church with Interment In Dyal' Koeix Instructor In political science: text book concern a* to how they i

The Sparkman Committee "Major effort* of F H. A. personnel bridge. with Interment In Oak 1 want to thank all my cuntomer Cemetery. Mr. Crlffls was a lifelong at the University of Florida. may make better use of their textbook : Humphreys Pays
resident of Raiford h
united States Senate bat will be bt the/ field of increasing City Cemetery. and good, friend* for making The speaker stated that the social *.
out that a million farm production and of Attending the funeral from It possible for my, wife end I to win was engaged In the lumber busi and economic work carried on Morgan reminded th* parent of I Retroactive Wage
OYer the Nation are onl> strengthening rural communitieS Starke were Mrs., Beulah Prescott this wonderful trip by selling sr ness.H by UN throughout the world II an children who will be enteringthe Scale AdjustmentThat
ri d|1 a s productive as famill by helping family farmer become Miss Dorothy Prescott: Mr. and many tine General Electric appliance I la survived by hU widow even more significant than its contribution first grade this year that August

,Hmioped and w.u-orfc-an- more efficient more productive Mr*. Herbert Prescott, Van Pres *. Mr*. Maggie L. Griff; tw& sons to keeping the peace. 24 Is the date set for registration

!talily farm such a. the and more secure." cott. Mrs. L. C. McVay. Mrs. Fay "I know you shall enjoy using Robert Orlffls, Jacksonville\ andAubrey He said that in its present setup at all Bradford County around extra town bit last of, weekend cash floating'wa
J. D. Doyle. Raiford and twc
and Mr. and MI'II. Ortffls, ; Th buss will haid.
Gill. It would be school ** run. '
.. Impossible for UN
your O. E. appliances as ell. at quit likely the result of a saranpercent
daughter. Mr. P. L. Thorns
-TEEN TOPICS to prevent war a* It has no mllltar and registration will beglr
,TQWN we shall enjoy this nice trip. Jacksonville Miss Danleen ) wage adjustment payment
I" and
RecruiterIn of Its at 10 a. m. Parent were
Marine It Van
power own. only depend
Two salesman made by Humphrey Gold
Cartoons This Friday N.ghtrtoontyPe "It does not take a super Orlffls. Raiford. must Corp.
aura reminded that they
on Its member nation In this
Starke Next to sell these appliance as retroactive to Feb. 1. 1931.Th .
respect, Mr. Koen said. furnish copy of their chlld'ibirth
movie will be were called by Tom Blade.erones Chap- General Electric sells Itself and the No Scout Meetings certificate according payment c.me.* the result -
4 thIs Week at Teen Town. for the occasion Included Master Sgt. Harold Doan local smart and thrifty buyer can always He gave UN much of the credit of a special, case appealed by
Florida law
'try Friday flight in the U. Mr. and Mr.. Cnarle 8. Partln Marine Corp recruiter. will b* at pat his confidence In General Until September 6 for helping to solve "trouble spot." Humphrey to the Wage Stabilisation -

lluildlnr on Tempi Ave. Al- George McMaster Ml* Louise the Stark Fort Office next Wednesday Electric.' In various part of the globe before .: Board In Washington. D. C.

tap tr* everal new table Stern and Jln. W. J. Eppenwn. from 9 ..m. to 1 p.m. O. I. McGrlff There will be no more meeting they developed Into full scale Recent Births i setting a new period of reference

serb a. Checkej.a. etc. which Jr. I Doan, who can will accept regUtrsnt of local Troop 70 of the Boy $coUtsj j hostilities.The Mr. and Mrs John Dea an- : I.. relation to the wvge celling
Plrrhajw4 a this week The The teen-agers expressed their who have received theirprelnductlon Louise Stern Students until September! S, according to an speaker wa% Introduced by schedule.
Will be open during the thank and appreciation to those physical urged such announcement this week by Cecil Rev.'1'. O. Mitchell who had chargeof flounce the birth of a daughterborn '
Under the letup, a* It existed
Monday at the) Alaohua General
"ealnl.ro'illlato.ty. person and organization who young men to volunteer for the To Register Aug. 29 8wen Scoutmaster. He said full the program for the day. GalneavUl Humphrey was not allowed tc

50 young people have helped them flnanlcafly I Marine now. Louise all scale meeting could not be heldat Several.... member bar been Hospital.- pay the delred scale although)
U Was Stern request
a umber of gane* and since their organization. Include ynu "Only oDe out of vry five m.nI present beeaas so many boy Inducted Into the Rotary dab re Mr. and Mr*. WlOard Williams hey wished to do so. The new
4.ncinr at Lut are In the bracket. which draftedpoint*! out. "will bet music student who plan to study were out of town on vacation and cently. The*. Include Jim Cha- announce the arrival of a on order by the board resulted In"a

I metiiig. The Virginia Friday those student 11 from the old elgmngrade you I able come Into the Marine with her this fall to register by they had decided to quit until the teen J. R. Kelly, and Dr. W G.Woodham. John Larry, born August 12. la the bonus). payment to several hun-

&114 other square dance I;are welcome through at Teen yean Town. I Corp" August 29. beglning of school AUchua General Hospital. dred employ. of the corporation.Commissioners .

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K Commissioners Should ProceedTo I BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH ,

Set Up Small Claims Court. .

Official County Publication Established In 1879

Without Further Delay

(An Editorial) -

Hu'e believe that Senate Bill No. 199, establishing afall [Smith I TORNADOES. BEGIN FALL PRACTICE
Total To Ten
Court in every county of the State'of FloriIfills Entry Brings 't. .. 43t"a*"-*'I:1101W: --'' -.. Funds
i.t. .w1'J'o..I.
Claims ...'> .' ,, : >.._-_ "'...._... Ianding
long felt need and accordingly we urge that :.--: '," cResting -. ---- 'W'f-' ", .

i Board a of County Commissioners take immediate I Candidates For Five City Vacancies IThe I I

L' to establish such a court in Bradford County and

L't jt functioning as soon as possible.We .

I are confident that our views on this subject will entry of Junlua M. Smith Competing for the office Of< I Seem Assured

echoed by every business man in Starke, as well as. former councilman, local laundry- Mayor are incumbent J. R. WainWright -

lilford County For-years they have been helpless inBuilt man. and railroad man. Into city' and former mayor" inC ,I
political arena this week brought state legislator J. P. Robert:
the irresponsible man or woman who
with reM -
J one reason 'or another to pay an honest debt. the total to ten candidates whc: A three-cornered race Is promised Big Appropriations Bill Has Cleared All But
I for have qualified for the five office for the Jfflce of Chief of Police Last Of
amount was small-as wag often the caseitnot Long Of
She to be filled In the City Election of where Incumbent W. JJ:. Thornton
| to handle the matter through the
practical regu- 'former HurdlesThq
September 12.Competing will have aa running mates -
courts as the amount involved would not be enough for the two upcoming longtime chief A U Alvaret!

Imv) attorneys fees and court costs. And yet, these vacancies oa the Council art : and R. V. (Rife) AlvareB. II : after a session of calisthenics In the hut August sun,

ill amounts-$10, $20, $50 or even $lOO-totaled upi incur* snta Paul U. Bridges anc* former deputy sheriff.City' while listening to a talk by Coach James Hobbs (center) are the 13 partial reconstruction of Camp Blanding moved a
of would represent a substantial Clerk Carl John Is so faa for last Monday Hobbs little nearer reality this week when the House passed the
\\i 1 a period years very \\ T. Jackson, plus newcomer boys who showed up the opening day's practice ,
hunt, -one which the merchant is justly entitled to George Kopelousos local ..re.lau- unopposed. :; haa issued a warning to those boys Interested 1 In playing this fall to largest military construction bill in history calling for a

1 should!! be given some assistance in collecting.The rant operator, and Smith, whc TIle deadline for qualifying as a I the effect that they may be left "watting at the gate" ahould they program valued at $5,768.720,000 duringthe next fiscal year.

Small Claims Court, as defined in the new paid his $18 qualifying fee Wednesday candidate 1s next Tuesday, Aug fail to report for practice soon. Camp Blanding has been appropriated $5,722,000 of these

ute, would have civil jurisdiction in cases at law 2L. J funds for the rebuilding of certain utilities including- rail

Mich the demand or value or the property involved -_ HOBBS WARNS THAT LATE STARTERS head facilities and warehouses. -

L not exceed $250. .'tAY'GET'LEFT AT POST' IN FALLCoach The bill Is now being debated In

|The new law does away with much of the legal red New Voters Flocking To Register A JVll tT.S INSIDE with the Senate no vote and on It.the committees measure

I which made it impractical for a business man to ,'" Jamei. Hobbs asked all spent before Sept 1 Is to get the YOUR TELEGRAPH promised before some) time next

I satisfaction through''' the regular courts. Its avowed boys Interested In playing football boys In shape so that they can get week. However. Senator Russell

hone is to provide[ a forum for the-speedy! *trial ofJill As 5 RM;'Saturday Deadline Nears with the BHS Tornadoes, this yearto down to rough work Immediatelywhen TillS JVEEK.Farmer. (D-Oa.) said, "The Senate la certaIn -,

cases and all a merchant has to do to institute ac- report to fall practice as soon a* the time come to Issue uniforms to pass this. We already have
simple statement of claim including the possible His appeal came when Practice this week con- Diary-page 12
b is to file a done considerable
after preliminarywork.
of The Council met Tuesday ,
total .
Stark now has a grand the Inside
IS allowed for the slated of drill
only men mainly conditioning ,
[ known address of the defendant, in concise form 1,683 registered voters -- the highest noon and struck the names of 62 up a couple of d_ Alt we need la a few capable
I technicalities. opening day's practice Monday. He Including some blocking, calisthenics r.nlc*.. tryln to officer
from from familiar with details and
free removed"
in the'city's history. "dead or person
said that there were a number of signal drills and wind mike a llvlnir on a-
(A notice to appear 1 is thenserved upon the defendant, Three hundred and seventeen the qualified Hat. This left a net boys who wanted! to play, butweren't sprinta. ttrnilfordl County able to answer questions." The) officers -
i a time is set for a hearing on the claim. If the de gain of 255 voters over last year'. the fall session farm referred to by Senator Rus-
lant fails to appear then the plaintiff is entitled to new voters have already been added total of 1,428. started. aware ha.I'I The number showing up for Clay Hill Echoes'-p. 11 aol are those .who will be called
by default, without further proof. during the current registration With competition developing! In practice earh day has constantly Innplrlnir noul- upon,to testify before the Senate
dgment He said It Ia Important that
Increased, but not fast enough. tonic Written by an
states that immediately to theI period and more will undoubtedly nearly every race on the ticket Armed Service Committee ot
The statute prior those who want to play this fall Hobbs auld that only two or three .rt.IL.ltnr County
I of any case, the judge shall make an earnest effort get under the Hue before the books record-breaking vote Is expected report now. Otherwise, he said '' boys from the'country had re school marm. which he la chairman. relative tc

Settle the controversy by conciliation; But if he fails I close at 9 p.m. Saturday, August I. .the City Election. on Sepiembet the group that began this week ported; that nearly all on hand at FishirTa Fun- >>atc! 11 plan.the bill to He said hi committee

induce, the parties to settle their differences without 11. will be so far ahead of the late present are from Starke and vicinity. n.." of the i.tka behind closed begin door hearing next testimony
rftarlon written In week.
lial!, he hall proceed with a hearing on the merits.in romera that they will be of no use hrr style by n>llBaker. In a telephone conversation

[ order to protect the defendant from undue hard- FUNERAL FRIDAY FOR MRS. MOORE I to..r the are team planning whatnoe-er.on turning A numb out- I The first, practice session beganat yesterday Col. R. w Pearson,

It, the law provides that:. "When the judgment is to Funeral services for Mrs. J. K. BJUpper, and had resided in Lawte) I the opening day of school he said, 3 o'clock. However, due to the I I Special Article on Closed commanding officer of the U. S.

rendered and the party against who it is to be enId Moore, 78, will be held this afternoon for many yeara.Surviving but if the squad Is of a sufficientsize pre-achool planning program and ...akesI Army Engineer in this district

( requests it, the judge shall inquire( fully into the (Friday) a( 2 o'clock In the are her husband, .1, before then, "we. Just won't the heat, practice aesiSlooa for this I concern. a mutter to of every-vital. told the Telegraph that their preliminary -

[ ings and financial status of such party and shall Lawtey Methodist Church. Interment H. Moore; four sons, David W. have time- to bother with them( week were moved up to five. one who Ilka toFish survey work was finishedat

[e full discretionary power to stay an entry of judgjit will be In Crosby Lake and Paul M. Moore, both of Jacksonville and bring them up to Ute same' Whether or not they will continue ., Turn. to pace BI.ndlng.HAil our preliminaryplans

t t. and to stay execution, and upon such terms, asill Cemetery.Mrs. ; Robert C. Moore. Burlington level as those who started early." to begin at the five o'clock hour have been forwarded to Srct

I seem just under the circumstances and as will as- Moore dle d early Thursday N. C., and W. Fred Moore, Since Florida Athletic Asao-j!! next weak depends on the consensus Following The Furrows he Army aid.Headquarter. In Atlanta.-

[p a definite and steady reduction of the judgment Lawtey; Two daughters, Mrs. C. elation rules state that a team of opinion among the boys page 2 This doesn't mean thai
Vincent Hospital ,
[il 1 it is finally and completely satisfied." morning In St. Y Mayo, Tampa, and Mrs. Will can't don pad. before Sept. 1, thoU Friday, Hobbs .said. "They seem tc newest. the column't'el.gragh'a l totl- the project 1 I. assured be added
Jacksonville.\ She- bad been In Hi Edwards, Lawtey;, 23 grandchildren who.are practicing now are doing'' enjoy It much more because It', Ins the story ofHradfftril because their plan will have to be
(The fees collected by the judge of the Small Claims tune. and 14 ''' C n u lily approved In Atlanta and fund.
health for some great grandchildren. ao In shorts. Trm Idea of the time cooler" he added. farm life In.
irtare his only remuneration. The law provides that She was the wife of J. H. Moore Funeral arrangements are In. and picture.>> word given them for the actual construction -

[county commissioners shall furnish suitable., quarters prominent Lawtey grower ann .charge of DeWltt c. Jones. Them'. Work All work: will be
are just a few of the
pome the court, and also provide necessary "equip- Knight Will Waive Condemnation Fees contracted for aa before, he said
I Item of liitrrret )'... 11 find on A he.ted'deb.t..
fct t, maintenance and supplies. raged In, the
I Special Act Of Congress' Passed TO Permit. the Inxlile pag** of the Telegraph Senate ,
[Funds expended for this "shall have the ef- Tuesday concerning-
i of an appropriation of purpose county funds for. the purIt German Fiancee Of Starke Man"To Enter. U sl:: Oa: 301 Jtighfeof.Way If Owners) Ditto rtK-h. week. Out the habit, rneasure, between Senator/ Spea-
----- - rea.itng ...
'" -' ", ;;o" C your paperUUrr ':.'f rum... -, L. Holland and Senator Doufflo -
'therein (statedTtndWilull! be1mraedtatel effectivp, '"
1---------- to' his many otliar man fiancee met while h&wasserving to klvr. Ittlnola. Douglas was trying
[withstanding.any lack of appropriations or absence Charlie Bennett l In Germany: during World lIolla V Knight' county attorney < Interested citizen who appe.rec.1 hard to attach, an amendment

provisions, therefor in the county budget and not- found time recently to give War II. A* she waa Ineligible ,, offered to waive his ati i''j| before the Board of County. Com- calling: for a' $ ,OOOOOO reduction

listanding any budgetary restrictions.' an aaalst to cupid, according to under immigration quotas, tholt torney'p fee* concerning any condemnation missioners at the beginning of the Teachers'ReportFor In the appropriation, most of which

Any small eXpense involved by the Commissioners Truman Felt, author of the "Flo reunion wa blocked until the Jack proceeding( on TempleAve. I project, They said that the totai concerned Florida projects Holland -

publishing and operating a Small Claims Court is rida In Washington" column In sonville Congressman succeeded In (U. S. 301) this week In answer -I of right-of-way would not exceec. showing fervor rarely match.

than justified, we believe, providing our often the FlorIda Times Union. getting authorization by special to statements by property 150,000. Knight says that It It ed In Senate debate say Washington

Id-pressed' business and professional men with a Felt reported last week that nltp. legislation. Under terms of the holders intimating that he was Interesting to note several members PreSchoolingBradford reporter, argued the a-

able tool with which to( collect money that is right- Bennett had just received from act she will be.permitted to enter urging condemnation proceedingsin of this delegation are among mendment with Douglas across a

|Y ,due them. This seems especially true when web the White House an act, now approved with her minor son and to remainIn order to gain such fees Knight, those with whom It Is Impossible County's scho>: tench ingle desk, top for two hour
said he would waive his fees
President, which the United States provided the uponcondemnation The final
by the to reach "reasonable" vote found the Douglas
to consider that well more than half of the tax wherever the any agreement era marched back Into their classroom
of marriage within three prop
will permit Sonja Lohmann occurs as to amendment defeated by
right-of-way througftheir this werfk a nearly
den of Bradford County is paid by the business men Hantgaen Hanover Germany, to months," Felt reported.It erty owner will waive the ..ttorDey' properties.A for pt'.achoo'planning two-to-one majority.Rep. .
Starke and the smaller towns in the county. These fee allowed by law. This a period designed to allow -
enter the United States and become is understood that ahe will be Charles E. Bennett has
them records
number to
h, ordinarily, ask little in return for theirey Andersonof unable arrive here until shortly should save the county considerable large Interestea bring up tc
very the bride of John Duren amount"of he said. citizen. have already, donatet date, plan this year's teaching stated that the S5.723.000 .ppro-.
and when opportunity along like this before Christmas due to other money
an comes
Starke. prlatlon I I. to
Knight stated that several of right-of-way for widening the program, get their book ir. 'oru> re-open Blandlng on
ire they can be helped inestimably by the expendi. "Young. Anderson and his Ger. technicalities. the property owner who are hold- avenue Knight said, among whomare and all thi, u:*cr job that used tc a strictly stand-by bail, This'

P of a neglible amount of money, we believe they de- Ing up the right-of-way proceedings Carl Johns, Ellery M. Davis be put off until after school opened mean," he said, "that It will be

je that much consideration. At least the Commis- Ball SetWilhWilliston McGriffs Win Trip have said. he was pushing Albert Hartmann, Dorothy ann This way, they will be prepared for used only In the event of general

ners will be rendering them some slight assistance Midget To Puerto Rico them into condemnation suits In June Patel, Annie Mae Morrla the Influx of student when school' mobilization/" >

etting together enough money to pay their higher order to gain an attorney's fee Lonzy Rhoden, W G. Halle. Katherine open September A* to what would be done, be
|el next year. For GE Sales RecordMr. from the county. In answer to the Chum" Matthew Rhoden, The back to school movement by said, "Overhead and underground

\ I I charges, he offered to waive his Florence Brown A. D. Martin inc the teachers Is dictated by th' facilities will be Installed everoj
and Mr.
G. J. McGrlff arc fee if they will waive thelr's in A. T. Dempaey. Contract 1917 school code, which requires warehouse will, be built, street
ped-up Production Is Aim Of Families scheduled to have
leaye for Miami Sun-
I order to get "right-of-way proceedings been signed' and teacher to'put In 10 full month will be opened up, etc. and there
coach of the right.of..ws1given
[king With Farmers Home Administration Herb Thomas, day morning to. begin a free-oito- completed. I by Lacy of work a year However they art will be a amall complement o
American Legion' baseball teams week vacation In San Juan, Puerto Couway, J. f-
i Only two property owners have Roberts, J. beginning the new school year troop. to keep up,the.. facilities.'
has announced that the, Post C6\ Rico, a gift of General Elcurlc: for T. Quigley E. T. Shull
iter aim of farm famine< Farmers Home Administrationcreates. "Senior MIdgets" will play a game the local dealer' I I, rejected the negotiations, Austin Selma T. Brunson, William E without the $300 a year pay Increase However, he added, in the event
'ling In the local 'frvgrnit Some of those farmert outstandingsale Winkler and Raymond Suave. Negotiations Thornton which cleared both houses of
Anthony general mobilization It U
Monday'night expected -
I Williston next record. ,
will '
Farmer Home Admin- here In this locality." with They enjoy a of the 1951 Legislature' but died
are are pending with R. A A. .
and that
7 o'clock at Bradford Ball Park. gathering of the winning G E deul Weldon, Maude Molt. a full complement ot
1% thIs fiscal year, wu; beg Currie explained that his jot at Green and Arthur B Williams Agreements because of an entanglement oveitaxailon.
be fn
Is cordiallyInvited have been troop can sent with tents
The general public ers from all over the United State reached '
J heir
farma to maximum* and other SupervisorsJobs .
County Knight pointed out that ever but no contracts and that the
to attend. In Miami SundaYaflernoon and ) signed with Gull camp can be placed;
cy and help produce the to help borrower families dollar Harmon P. Morgan In
were >> spent In acquiring this Oil Corporation super In operation at
then fly to Puerto Rico Robert Green once.
.ed), and fiber needed faiJ arrange cropping system Monday right-of-way deprives the Hester L. tendent of the Board of Public In
J>I defense. Clifford L. Cur- that would make the beat useof F. P. Prescott Dies morning.The of two dollar for the construction county J. R. Wainwright Thomas, Ida Alderman, traction said that all teachen

H. A. County Supervisor, the land and, as far as possible tc At Bainbridge Home; trip Is the result of a great ef farm to market paved road Robert Metzger. Shell Guy Oil Andrews, win meet during the first' thret Dr Covington

nerday, work out programs to keep fam- deal of hard work by the McGriff urgently needed In this county pany, Tprode Chevrolet Coma day In their own schools to bring Leaves August 19

tat of f S3:\ family farmer In files fully employed on their Funeral Held Sunday and they're anxiously looking for- The Federal Government matches Bishop. Joseph P. Company; their record up to date. HoweverMonday
ward to It. Mrs. McGnff said Hurley, and For Reserve Training
"It, farms the used and Tuesday will fin
| which u composed o' 62 money in actual construction the necessary legal Instruments
rd, In giving details on agency goal Franklin Pierce that they began work at six of farm to market roads, are being all negro teacher convening; alRJB
Clay Duval Nassau of assisting In national agricultural a restaurant and club owner died o'clock In the morning during the but pays no part of right-of-way' prepared.If high school and next .Thurs Dr. A. Covington, Director
i and Union Counties are production, Currie outline at his home near Bainbridge. sweet corn shipping season in order coat. this road la to be built before day and Friday all the white Ute Bradford. Clay and Union

Jjy!u lng the agency1 superFMdlt the following points: on FrIday Au*. 10. He had lived to catch: farmers at home. She The (ourlat season, It I Ie Imperative teachers In the county will gathei. bounty Health Departments and a
to buy, enlarge door "Only sound F. H. A. loans will there for the past 34 year even demonstrated a O. E. stove Avenue right-of-way of Temple that agreement be reached at at BHS. Major In the Army. Medical Reserve -

I operate farm., or to Inv be made. They will be for the I Survivors Include his widow. one Sunday night, she aid.. because time. the will already coat severs. once and the necessary right-of- The teacher will listen to ar Corp., will leave August IB
I Inadequate housing. As a toola of production-such as UnVand Mrs. Beulah Miller Prescott: two that was the only night \the amount estimated by the way secured. Knight said address by a representative ot the for Fort Jackson South Carolina
I Carrie live. Francl and Lee Miller farmer's wife available. He will
commented, these building Improvement sons, was Florida Educational Association accompany a Reception
f* are now better able tc stock tractors, fertilizer. and otheinecessities. Prescott all of Balnbridne; one. While In Puerto Rico they will Willie A. Griffis 'i United Nations Called a. well s* one) by Mr*. Louise Center Unit from Gainesville and

nxturla In abort supply. brother Guy Prescott. Jacksonville stay In the Csrlbe Hotel one of Dies Smith, head of State Health Education will remain for two weeks reserve
> linen farm". Currio con- "All loan whether for farm : four slaters. Mr. E. T. King, the Island's finest. They will return At Raiford World Force For Good Department. August 28 itth raining returning to Btarke on

; "Is the greatest potential r operating expense or real estate Jacksonville. Mrs. W. K. Wilder. to Miami via air, next Friday By Rotary SpeakerThe <' date set for an art specialist September second.
ef domestic agricultural ,Improvement. will be made to established Pine Castle Mr Mae Edwardsand and plan to spend several d..ytthere Willie Albert Grlffla. 60. died to demonstrate various art inC Regular scheduled clinics of the
Yet It la Mr. Fay GUI. Starke. Tuesday, Aug. 7, at his home to
producing\ tar b4.- permanent farming system before returning to Staike. scope of the United Nation craft to the teachers and August Bradford County Health Department
|.t'4blUty' > because land la not I that are balanced sound, and Funeral service were held Sunday Before leaving on the trip Mr *Raiford. Funeral service wert organization wa discussed at the I 10 will find them listening to a wlU bet held on Wednesdayand
!ffevtiveiy! llled and capitalor and that will make ful! afternoon at 4:30: o'clock Int McGriff Issued the following >eld at the Johnstown Baptist Rotary Club ,
I efficient Wednesday by Roes lecture by a representative of ,Saturday mornings, a* usual.
.unable credit'Ia 1 lack- : use of land and family labor. :-. First Baptist Church. Bainbridge statement. : Church with 'Interment In Dyal Koen, instructor In political I scienceat text book concern a* to how they
The Sparkman H. A. with Interment In Oak Cemetery. Mr. Grlffla was a lifelong -'
Committee "Major effort of F. personnel "I want to thank all my customer the University of Florida.The may' make better use) of their textbook Humphreys Pays
United !States' : Senate bar I will be Ia the field of Increasing City Cemetery. and good friends. for makingIt resident of Raiford, where he speaker atated that the social *.

$out that a million farm production and of Attending the funeral from possible for n\y, wife and I lo win was engaged fn the lumber busi and economic work carried on Morgan reminded the parent of I Retroactive Wage

OYer the Nation are only 'strengthening rural communltlai Starke were Mrs. Beulah Preacott. this wonderful trip by soiling tr ness. by UK throughout the ,world Is all children who will be) enteringthe i Scale
a productive as families by helping family farmer, become Mia Dorothy Prescott. Mr. and many fine General Electric appliance H. 1* survived by his widow even more significant than its contribution first grade this year that August I

l-developed and well-organ- 0 more efficient more productive I Mr. Herbert Prescott Van Prescott *. Mrs. Maggie t.. Griff; two sons .to keeping the peace. 28 I Ia the date Mt for regls- .II I
amlly farm L. C. McVay. Mr.. Fay Robert" ; extra bit of cash floating
SUCh .. the and more secure. Mrs. Griffi. Jacksonville and
all Bradford
H. aald traltlon at County
know that
"I its
shall enjoy using letup
Gill, and Mr. and Mr*. J. D. Doyle. you Aubrey Grlffla, Raiford; and t.wed.ught.n. present around town last, weekend 'w.*
your O. E. appliances, as well .' It would be Impossible for UN schools The busses will run, hf i
I -TEEN.TOWN TOPICS I Mrs. P. I.. ThomasJacksonville quit likely the result of a sevenp.rcene .
? we shall enjoy this nice trip. to prevent war as It ha. no mllltar) said and registration will begtr
Tin Cartoons This Marine RecruiterIn and Miss Danleen power of Its own. It" depend promptly at 10 a. m. Parent. were wage adjustment payment
I Friday Night I "It doe not take a super salesman Oriffle, Raiford. can only made by Humphreys Gold Corp
Starke Next Week on its member nation In this also reminded that they must .
to sell these appliances a* retroactive to Feb. 1, 1031.:
h eart000.typ movies will be were called by Tom Slade. Chaperone General Electric sells Itself and the respect Mr. Koen aald. furnish a copy ot their child's The

this -.Ie at Teen Town. for the occasion Included Master Sgt. Harold Doan, local smart and thrifty buyer can always No ScoutMeetingsUntil He gave UN much of the credit birth certificate according. tc of payment came aa the result

iIQt1dlnr Iry FrIday night In the U. Mr. and Mr. Charles 8. Partln Marine Corpe recruiter, will .,. at pot his confidence In General' September 6 for helping to solve "trouble spots"In Florida law.Recent Humphrey.a special to the case Wage appealed Stabilisation by

on Temple Av. .AI- George McMaater. Miss IxOuUe. the Stark Post Office next Wednesday Electric." various parts of the globe before .
tap Board la -
are several table and Mr W. J. Epperson. from 9 a m. to 1 p.m. Birth Washington D.) O.
new Stern O. J. McGriff There win be meeting they developed into full scale
Ieb II no more :setting a new period of reference
P.rtll..d etc. which Jr. their, Doan who call still accept reglatrant of local 1 Troop 70 of the Boy Scout j hostilities. I la relation to the wage ceilingschedule
this Wl'ek. expressed thelfprelnductlon Mr. and Mrs. John. Deaa announce -
I WIn b& Th I' The teen-ager who "have received Louise Stern StudentsTo until September t. aeccrdfnJ! to an The speaker wa Introduced by' .
ainr.01l1znatfly. oP.a during the thank and appreciation to thoe, physical urged such announcement this week by Cecil, Rev T. O. Mitchell who had chargeof the birth of a daughter
aad organizations who, Register Aug. 29 the Alaohua General Under the setup, as II existed
person young men to volunteer for theMarineS 8wweH. Scoutmaster. He said fullscale the program for the day.Several born Moadsty at )
:50 hav helped them flaanlcatlrsince ; Hospital Gainesville. Humphrey. wa. not allowed tc
young people sow."Only meeting could not be held
C QUm. their organization. If you Mia Louise Stern requests all\ I new member have been pay the desired scale, although)
of pm.. .ad out of every five mendrafte.t at present because so many boys
one Inducted: Into the Rotary Club
In the bracket. which Include recently. WUlard Wtlliameannounce hey wished to do ao. The new
daaelllr are music student who plan to study Mr. and Mr*
a t out. "will be were of vacation amid
last Friday eighth, he pointed out town on These Include Jim Chas- .
front the order by the board resulted ma"bona"
thoe student
the arrival of
5'ltlng. Into the ManSe with her thU fall to register by they bad)-decided to quit until the J. a son
aa.a The Vlrjlala: grade through 19 year old< you able to come teen R. Kelly, and Dr. W, O.Woodham. John Lurry born August 12, In the payment to several hundred
I August 39. "begialng of school. .
square dance| at Teen Town. I Corp / of tlon.
,,are welcome l Alachua> General Hospital. employ) the corpor




171951; -

PACE I----==-
.nBradfQrd --- wouldn't I Il this week. We're getting: a big' flee giving the name, address Church
It, he
after It sometime this week. was okra, and most of them bat thing to do with kick out of feeing, writing and and activity o* ene person you're eCnrnee Cbri&t
said the weevils &
never seeD cotton before. W NVxt year' ao writing about Or, if you're In lkb
TelegraphESTABLISHED l what you're doing
County The crowning glory of this week', asked him If on the basis of hit 1 might eat the seed before would It even we how picturing about joining in the fun? town atop ty and tell us what you Bt 5.h... sip!&

1876 E. I_ MATTHEWS. OWN...-.OITOPublUliPd .. column came to light the other day experiment. he would plant a few sprouts" and then where II Should you or your neighbor be and your neighbors are doing for p.Prl lit aaning.ll) Lit.
when one of the fellows here IE acres of short staple cotton next ae" doing'" something new old, or Just we're planning to pay you a visit
I PraJ
the Telegraph office told us about year a* a money crop. We received !I sootier or later anyway Let's !I Sleeting
while something, drop u< a posicard let
what saw doing each \V
So that's we II L
his neighbor's cotton. This we from Mrs. Car dne8dIY 1
our answer of. make it-sooner. I !
County in care of the Telegraph r b II p
Bradford ,
Every Friday and Entered an Second couldn't believe. "Cotton in Brad roll who said that If she had any riding around Evervone Welcome,

Clouts Matter at the Post Office at Storke. FU. I' ford County! You're joking" .... .......... .. .., .". .. "' .. ..d ..,,., ,...".' ,._. ... .1...,,. oou...._.
i '" ,,,; : ,,' ', :' :...: :..:: ;::.:.: of. ,.,. ..IiEL-.-... ." -, ,. -, .. '-"ITT ....",,. .__ ., ... "" ,,,'n '
@ 1951 ; '- .... ----- -MAO----...........--al...mfs 04a_. _

I MemberBuhMcrlpllun $2-50(10'01'Annual editorial) : see page one 91.50) For Six Months '. ,t''V fSf .K L 'Sfi esf d ffSTIV L

poet starting to can some more : ;
salad to add to. the IS B .. _m... ..o,0as .a
quarts she pear.put up the other day. .. E ;" .f..", ," -..... .14YO..-_ .Ara. _-a .ae eaa' ..tOgl'4

1 "('ear trees are bearing pretty fr', "'" ,,: ,','..r nr.'S. ....
good this year" she said. Ant .<,"11 ;..,.-\01 Q'J,', '" .li : "<., f1 /"'" \\ \ \ \ ?' "IlIgllfllu/lll,
they must have been, because they t .0; l' "TSfdt YELI.OW CL1NG
I have only eight trees on the place ,f1 a 1 1I' ,
I and Mrs. Norman had sold 9 1-2 .1. r j

bushels that morning addition ; ;

to what she canned and the trees I' ,.r,1 J

i still seemed to be loaded. 'ni' "" ..,.". I .
We asked If she was planning tc '
I I.
put up any pear preserves, because I .. "
the mere thought of them mad ;r. I 4
our mouth water. "I'll start on \.v I toes erOai.
them soon as I finish my salad
around Bradford County pears," she said. "I really like I
, \ 'J' = Sliced or Halves r//////loos..
with Holcomb Kerns pear preserves with a little pine.

apple.' We heartily agree, Mrs
This is the time of the year i Norman; we heartily agree Ar' Quantity Rights 152 Call SlreelStarke l Prices Good Then
when Bradford grower are setting

out have already set oul u speaking of 29c. Reserved Florida Sat.
cr are planning. lo set out Uiltyear's I And pears let'l -. No 2/2 CAN Aug. 18th
I pauxe right here to put In a llttlri 4
of strawberry plants
crop i commerlcal for the selling power Mlb'
Nearly everywhere we wmt In the I lot classfled.ads In the Telegraph. !. .; I I Sugar Cured Piece Breakfast
county this week lacij waA.being
Ira Andreu little rKhe '
nays the one
cut and made ready for planting. I PEACHES -
I ran several weeks ago enabled 21 Hickory
have been holding / No. 1 Toll Com C
off Most however growers because of lack of him lo get rid of hla entire bumper I BACON Ib 49c Sweet Lb 59CMt.vermont6
crop of pearft.'I1y I even haefolks ? .
rain. But many plan to "get 'em STOKELY'S FinestFRUIT '
out" this week. There' an old coming for pears. as far away and that ain'ttay ., .
as Miami" he said. "The Tele COCKTAIL sic
know that It always No.2 }la
Baying you ''IC'rapll.lure doesget around." Naturally just couldn't wait .
rains on the full moon and that' That's mighty high praise we so we took off out to W. L. Car PORK SMOKED HAMS
the time to plant Well the moon's think and farm folk who have 1 roll's place on the Jacksonville ) \

upHJHed| to be full this week ac ton"much 6f anything and want tc highway to see II. Sure enough 2 NO. 303 35c
let's hope the prophecy holds true well the surplus might bear it inmind. 1 there It was, just. as healthy lookI .
and "th"1be\ water lu theditches" I ing as anything we ever saw Kingan's Relia
STOKELY'S Finest Grape! Orange Juice or ROAST
this weekend. i I There waa only a row and a hall

hnw the I I Riding on toward Pine Leveli '' of it, which he said he planted at CITRUSIP 4., Can 1 8Jc ; Who. or t ink

Funny old man In thei i Church on 225 wo noticed that Os. an experiment but now he's wishing Half, lb. End Ib.
i moon means different things tc i sie Canon. Bradford County' No. 1 that he had about 10 more acre STOKELY'S Finest IrishPOTATOES I. lb. 49c Ex
different peuple. Everybody I' like It. The funny of the '
strawberry grower, had jumped the part
4 knows what he means to a pall 2 27C 49 29:3 3
gun on mOlt others, as usual, and whole proposition, is how he got No.2 Can =
of sweethearts -- but to a ,
young has the seed and planted It
i a flpe patch already going -
o hard-working farmer, the moon 1 strong. Whenever anybody afckfr | Mr. Carroll and some friends : Cuban

\ In Its different phases, means when r him how he'does It. Os le just were driving back from west Florida $1DJELY$
to plant corn, beans, or. nqiwnh last &
and there
I i grins and snys: "The same way year was a
May not be so romantic but it sure folks make a success with any- truck load of cotton on the way te AVOCADOS 3 2
I "go by the moon" in planting for
pay to I thing else ..- 90 percent elbowgrease the mill just ahead of them. Ever .
at least many of our most and one percent lurk" so often, he said some of It wouldblow
1 Buccesiful farmers think so, and I .
off the truck and they stopped
they should know, I Saturday morning found us at I to pick It up. They pulled the JT' golden Bant.im

I I Aubrey Moore's place on the old ,, seeds out of It and saved them tc i iI I CORN GRAPES

I Took a run uut to Bill Redillsh'itore Blanding road, east of Starke A* plant this year, just to see how It I ...
on the State Farm road,I you know, he's one of those unfortunate |j, would grow In this\ county. He 4 Ears 29C .
hoping tnTulk him Into showing us SEEDLESS!
found out.
farmers who's been I
that randHome new Brahma bull i flooded out every fall for the last ]I He said that a number of hit TINY PARTY SIZE V. S. No. 1 White PoundPOTATOES 19
In the county is talking : 7 ..
everyone '
> few years due to excessive rain- i neighbor. and other people passingby ... .
about. This progressive cattle ,.if
fall and poor drainage. Becausehe have stopped anW asked what .
man has also Installed a concrete know. quite a bit about this'' It Is. Some of them thought it I 26'c '
I dipping vat and a new water drainage problem, we wanted U I, .tt ,303 CAN 10 u>.. 35c PLUMS 2 ,.. t
trough In addition Increasing
talk to him about the Sampson
his herd. But our hopes were in
Lake test well and because he's one J MAMA tPfrr
vain for Bill was just too busy la e e Superbrand
of the most progressive farmers ]Ir
the.store to take us down to the the county, we wanted to see what caau, f PEO Honey Pod. No. 303 Can 21.c

pasture. h.'. doing now, I I IbelU'ven
He has several young calves ICE CREAM 2Pts39 1

sired by the Brahma, and Bill saysthey're 69n STOKELY'S Finest All-Green Cut 1/ZGaI
gonna be prettier than their
, I
daddy( ever was. That made us KOCII imra STORE ASPARAGUSSTOKELY'S No. 300 29c
want to see the bull more than Ballard's
, OvenReady'BISCUITS
ever and take his picture but wt FinestSLICED
, .
.. "
weren't about to get' near that : : : .
big fellow without Mr Reddish BEETS No. 303 13ic
PHONE 218 .
\' along to stand guard. We'll try STOKELY'S Finest White

3 noun to corner when!Hill the some store Sunday Im't open after and i ,COLONIALFLORIST CREAM CORN No.2 17lc or Kraft Ehila. CreamCHEESE
,. ''
get that picture so' we- can show
you readers i what a ..ood-Iooklnll STOKELY'S Finest Cut /
, bull looks like Judging from what
t Others say, he must be a Ullly iT1JII GREEN BEANS NO. 303 17c

Turned weal ut the State Farm FLOWERS .. .. .. .
l\ files onto ogre new Highway 223 maxwell House -
} '. planning to slop at County Commlsalonor J o -
.' Limn Kenfnm's ; .
, place .
i'. for a look at his new barn. Disappointed "
to find, no one at home Lb. Can
but did nee the barn which Is almnHt <) r

can!pleled' and looked, to out COFFEE 9'

Inexperienced eye like a bang-Uf DISH GARDENS 7
Job. Always have thought the

Renfrew place was one of the cleanest POTTERY ( One)
neatest, and most attractive
farm, homes In die county Wish POTTED PLANTs i
We had a lot more Ilk. It

Looked at first; like nobody was I

home either but over pretty at Levy soon we Norman's.pled a Nona St Stark. I Iltr 5Limit: BagI

big straw hat moving around Ir .

the bark yard, and there was Mrs in Bradford SUGAR
Norman underneath trying it 41
We found him picking a "me..ft'of
keep off the hot, August sun. I .
_. pees In buck of the house and 1
thinking plant about bed starting that afternoon his cabbage r Af :i ( 5 Ibs)

'Ir Moot said that the growth

It those mountain grown cabbage
>l"nts.yuu buy Is stunted because 4f BLUE PLATE 0'
they're kept out of the ground slung < BBif LAND
iLyw no he'. raising his own thus r /
y.ar and plans to put in a pretty I SALAD SUNSHINEStobUiixi
big acreage. "I oughta do pretty ar4
-ti'r good if I don't get flooded out a f I r ,

gain", he said. '
1 Aubrey la a firm believer in DRESSING PEANUT
I IIi.I Bradford County Its soil and cli p
mate. He thinks that this county CLOROX BUTTER
would be one of the leaders in the

growing of fall'truck crops If that 16-oz Jar 38cPETER
area east of town was properly /1
drained and men would move In f r 24-oz

to farm it. ,To prove It, he showed 1 ,
us some of the sugar cane growingIn / BLEACH :

back of hi. house and there' PAN . GLORY*
uo doubt that Its as big for this You can safely turn your hark OLD

'time of year a. any we've ever on financial haianln. In.Miranre ... Soiled Peonuta ....
seen. ran Brand brtwrrn. Pork &
He also told us about the new Whether It's fir,, automobile 9 29c w ,
tractor he bought a few day. ago personal liability, burglary 7o& BeansNo. 1
I Seems there was a tractor auction you get the right pollry right Q GOld

: "sale In Thomasvllle. Oa. last week her. 300
and tic went ep and bought the PETER PAN
i biggest Farmall that Internationa II 1-Ib. NabiscoGrahams'
I| Harvester makes. He said that 3
... Peanut Butter .
moat of the Georgia farmers art Dutch
..a .... I[ buying new tractor. after a sue- ... WEVnk
1 and therewas a lot GENERAL tmURRNCE 35c' Cleanser 2 II. T l-lb. Sunshine 4
cessful year e 12-0. ClaM reg. 25c BEDEEM IDE
pear preserves-umm .II of good used equipment being sold CHINS I Hi-Ho ..IAUG

She was carrying a half.bushel at auction and at a reasonable
bucket filled wjth pear. and wai price He's planning to go back


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I I the addition of two rooms to Ala
Junior Training Union somethingto to look{ them up. We are always Maxwell and Miss Alice Fay Building Permits
home Water St.
be proud of.Ve aro glad to see old friend. once again I Johns all of Sanderson were visitIng on
HAMPTON LONG BRANCH R. E. Taylor of the lint of building Mrs\ L. H Futch secured a permit
ftQKPi. number but we hope to grow. in thli world, and come we Know Mr and Mrs Heading permits
for the .addition of a newporch
\ ... Albert Oateen Is suffering we ,an see in the better world tc Munsen, Issued this week by the city
Mr. M ;\Ir.
t: .Ily C. Suw-ney Hy J. L. StrlrklandThe visitor ilerk's office was one for a new to her home on Water St.
come. afternoon
The Sunday
tumor of the throat
L i Church St. secured by The work was estimated to cost
Rev T. M. entered I of H. At. McRae's were; Mrs home on
Knight the
,and Walt and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and work which Is about $200.Midget .
Mi H : of the Long Brunch: Lake City hospital three Irene Boan, Pervls Green, Mr. and V. A. Nichols The house
their vacation daughters, Margaret and LucillE and Highland churches la to be covered with composition
;;,ward's parents In CasMn returned home Saturday from s Ing nicely. The last coat progreea-// from ago and behind had one a eye tumor, and PINE LEVELBy lire Miss W.Alice W.Faye Burnsed Johns and Mrs daughter A J shingles was estimated to cost in -

I Y week's visit with John L. Hall and tar will be put on the also. We hope Maxwell all of Sanderson, Mrs. E the neighborhood of 9000.. Pencil Sharpeners. Ideal
Earl Green Linda and family in Milwaukee, Wis. Church this week, and these operation men will have a Mr. H. M. Mclta J. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs Tommy A. L. Cronley, Jr, received a for home use Only .83Brad-
Shlll'y and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Parke will be placed in the windows Lewis and children all of Starke permit In the amount of $1,000 for ford County Telegraph.

,4, relative in Jasper with their daughters, Helen Jean These two churches are badly covery t The Revival at Pine Level Baptist Mr dnd Mrs. J. W. McRae and son
week and Doris, recently returned te needed as the old buildings are far Had a very pleasant Church was well attended and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and r. '"
Mott spent Flint, Mich after five too mall visit last week from Rev.
ry a day vial I to accommodate the I all. Thornton.
time'I enjoyed by children and Velnle
,siting her sister, Mrs. with relatives and friends here. congregations. Caldwell. It seems he used to FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLYPhone
EnnlyA Mrs. Marlon Gnanu of Jackson. Smile\ at Clay Hill years and years Mr and Mrs. Tony Gonzales of i i Albert Gonzales of Tampa was!
Mrs T W Markey and villa after a brief visit with relatives their of our juniors are taking and, boarded with the Jim Starke were dinner guests of Mr I the weekend guest of his son and 26 P. O. Box 509 141 W. Call St.
Cue Sowell visited Mr." here, left on Saturday for a second and third study lands when the two oldest and' Mrs R. R. Crosby Sunday I]daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Tony
In the Zlff1st courses. We want to make our evening..
Kelley Gonzales.Mr. Starke Florida
|C. S. month in Philadelphia, Pa. and were little fellows. He has ,
t Sunday. U. S. Ocean City, N. J. at a Kingsley Lake cottage. preaching 32: years. Miss Norma Gonzales, of Tampa I I' and Mrs A. V'. Hall and
Kelly of the arrived Sunday afternoon on her children of Jacksonville were visit.
Mr. and Mrs G. E. McIntosh returned Rev. and Rev.
spent the week- Mrs. J. L. Williams. Mrs. George Caldwell I FARMALL" TRACTORS FARM EQIPMENT
Camp'at <
Ikwnvillt! home last week, after land enjoyed. talking about WRY to the Summer Youth ing relatives here Tuesday
En tfr:!\ and MrS. Williams and son, Howell, were
parents the Salvation Army Camp. She TIRES
several months of Lake Geneva BATTERIES
spent in New Mexico dinner times-their coon hunting I Mrs. Sue Myrick AUTO ACCESSORIES r
guests on Sunday of the EC'! I
eye, and Colorado.Mr. Durbans ot'ier: things that happened ", will be accompanied by some of and Mrs. B. M. Myrick and daugh-I
Idrpd Harrell and in Lawtcy. TUBES FISHING TACKLE -
Level I
laUgh-I the Young people of Pine
I and Mrs Eugene Gilmore Robert boarded here He ter of Gainesville were guests of
Irlne Martha and Irving Young enjoyed the past !I Baptist Church. | APPLIANCES
baby daughter, Vickie, of North about the Lange, j'l
Annette Stan- Mrs. Robert Myrick last
and weekend Mr. and I
f tills I with relatives In Jacksonvlile. ;
Ihn Green spent Sunday Carolina, are occupying the Chas Starlings, and other old Mr and 1111's.V. W Burnsed,
(at Ghnn Springs.!:! I tams apts for two weeks and was sorry he didn't have and daughter, Judy Mrs. A. J.I( week

Mrt Robert Heirs andt Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, Hampton -
J the W' kend In Jack- Principal, Mrs T. J. Alderman -
j P. T. A President and Miss Josephine .

le, and sons ofhit Thomas are attending the -r
( week visiting Mr. First Aid classes In Starke tilts ::
t last Grand
iifl- Opening
S. Kelley. week. Mrs. Perkins returned Sat. % During
Mrs Zedra Hamilton urday from a visit with relativesin _
lommle Mr. and Mrs. M. Albany, Ga. ___
and daughterV'.$herrel. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A
( Mrs\ Ersthel Edwards, Cox this mpnth 'are their daughter TO ALL

J Harrell and daughter, and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E ..
Bm',| Mr and Mrs. TomIf B. Goodson and two children, Char- :

Worthington Spring lotte and Bobby of Miami. For HOME APPLIANCES ,
fonlng at Salt Spring their Sunday dinner guests, Mr
and Mrs. P, E Cox, ot Miami were

W, Markey, Mrs. Mat- with them. COURT AND MADISON\ STS. Phone

and> Miss Iva Mae Lewis Mrs. Alfred Mills and son, Jim- r'I' t .
.|lag in Starke Tuesday. my, of Coral Gables, have been
rker, Principal of Brook. visiting.her sister-in-law Mrs. Don
[attended the F. E. A. Hill.Mrs 101WI5 .
rid 1 at Daytona BeachC Ernest Morris, Mrs. S. G !

Denmark. Stevie Denmark, Sue
| Mott spent part of Morris, Sandra and Benny Saxon -
; at Monteoche visiting enjoyed Tuesday at Silver Springs
Ira Jack Simmons. Jerry and Mary Katharine Wads. '1 gf,
c -
Mrs. Charles hayfield I worth have been spending several I
vn of Gainesville visited weeks in Hampton, while their
[ Mott' Sunday I father, Gordon Wadsworth Jr. ol MlWCW&iADSer 15 YOURS AMOUTFLYrRlNO N''
Mrs. Obra Gainesville, has been confined tc I'.II"
!end Mrs E. M Hazen a Jacksonville .
hospital. .
jduv In Orlando as guests :Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Touchton of I 06U6AT10N OH YOUR PART/ 4 ,

] Mrs. Alph Hazen. Bell, were overnight guests, Sunday ,'P' ONE I
\Ira Lloyd Padgett and of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat J eoCoME" <-
nl Mrs. O. E. Stokes
terson. Alt/ }J'
last w'ek' innon
days I
Mr. and Mrs G. C. Gentry of
visiting friends and Pompano Beach are visiting Mrs ,rdiurlP/7/' I PffjlJ( I c t;% '

Gentry's father, G. W. Saxon. Mrs /
[ Mrs Elmer Stokes and
Saxon left Sunday for a visit with # '
d Mr and. Mra.KII.
-- ---
her sister In Rome, Ga. :
fimlly" enjoyed a picnic
Santa fe Monday after- Mrs. F. D. Eiland spent the
weekend with the Olen Beden- ,
baughs In Deland. I}
Ira Hazen and two sons "
IE. M. Hazen were In Mr. Arid Mrs. Carlton Chastain "
I business Monday.Mr and children with Mrs. Jessie R. I GRAND OPENINGAH]
: ( IIJI'
and, Mrs. E. E.fir Chas aln are spending Ibis week :, r 6f."' < .

the weekend were, N '.
Irs. DeWitt Padgett and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green returned \, .... N \
and Mr and Mrs. Harry home Monday. 1.f; .\\,,\\ Saturday Aug. 18th Y'

(and children. of. GajnesMrs Mr. and! Mrs. C. M. Chambersand II"1. r !
Mrs. Ports' Hutto of Jacksonville \)
Everett Padgett were dinner guefcts of Mr. and ,tII -\ -. ,.. T
n-n of High' Springs Mrs. E. W. Hodges Monday. .They
r vacation here lasting accompanied home by Mrs .
were I
friends and relatives. Chambers' sister, Miss Lavonla II YOU'LL' BE PROUD TO : "Z9 ". ..I,
co i Matt and children of Hodges who will visit them for a
visited Mr. and Mrs. few days.Birthday. USE THIS SET aI

faborn Irrell: Tuesday visited In Jacksonville his uncle Mr. and AnnKersary Mrs. M. M. Gano and -- -----_- -_-_-- 1 .,/' THIS.

daughter Sherry Beth of St Augus. -
d reports he Is
Improv- tine and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gone .
i railroad accident aaTewI and son, Ray of Gainesville honor. ; .=- A'il-NEWt -

ed their mother, Mrs. R. F Ganc -4. ,
I Mrs J. E and ,
Hardy ,
on her 57th birthday anniversary
| Janet and Jayne of I Sunday, August 12 at her home SELF-D-FROSIER REFRIGERATOR =
slatted l her parents, Mr.' I 11
>. W. here, with a bountiful dinner. She I I
Barry Tuesday |
received several lovely gifts from ;
e '
I Mrs O W. Barry spent them. After a late hour they departed j :

fnd Mher-ln-lftw In Dade and City'sister vlslt-, Birthdays.wishing her many moreHapPY' I .:,, ,. NOR6E' ORIGINATORS AND woRLDS LARGEST MANUfACTUR II

|fr felt. H.Jr..D.Is Lynn.visiting his U*.The M. S.Woman's Business. Missionary Meeting 'So' I -. wA' u x. j :.. OF self"DEFRO TING RepRlGERAroRS- INVITES'YOU TO CHECK II

er, Mrs Relta Brown In

thia Davis Week.C of. Jacksonville the ciety August Baptist business 8 at Church 3 meeting o'clock.was Wednesday Mrs.held Eu at I "":} Y"E9.E i:BC19"BEfORE) YOU BUY AMY' so- CAUEO' N.O DEFROSTER? II

weekend with her par.and gene Crosby, president ,was. In t I waee l1TOMATIC 'REFRI GERATOR. "
Mrs E. W charge of the program due to the I tit 'II
sing to Fort HOdgU'1 absence. of Mrs. J. W. Thomas
near her ..
chairman. A Interesting '
tf S, Army. -. I program program}vas held very Those 1-e.: 1 a I
'"Iges. Jr of Fort 7ack- taking part were: Mrs. M. O '
I''I. Upending a two week Harrell, Mrs. Earl Willis, Miss Now Available ... With to-called wnodcfroM"
his parents Mr. and Lubedla Flnholster and Mrs. R. F I ",: refrinera> I
r ,1 NEW I.OW TERMS S torsfrortaeeumu:
discussed .
Gano. Business matters were r s "I
-. lated la the freezes .
P ale Green who has been! and the program was closed y ;
rt 15% On Your Old Refrigerator chest must be
1 a few days in Palatka with B Hymn and Prayer by Mrs I Y t C i craped swayperiodically. II
k for the down
t pay
sea and daughter-in-law Eugene Crosby. ',' ( .' .
i ment 18 MONTHS FOR
I s e? y ." : A:' i BALANCE NWf awe toilit* wf frett tUtsanf III

h '/ a KnyW st tkJppsWSYt

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I lCt.fflllJf! If.o "Counting cycle"automiiict =- HldJcn drain pipes tJ
\ .' that
4 may lMi carry off frost
'0\1\\ t i. defrost juit at me l- raermsybecome ,
I .......... J"t\O E f'" time or fall to p clogged or corroded > "
'S.- IV /sts defrost if you're -can't be ..
r \ C A'1 aAt 3' not home to open sweet, clean,
I v t QfLiCt's. '. I I the door. I, 1 1"e I...,. r.ii.
l Nerf awe ptet* veer *
Smooch smooth BorJen'i ice cream I A FREE GIFT \Z 12QJ 66 "s ryrlsa IeknHga M MM M.III .... h. kept cUssil. II

It and swirled all through its r for Every Child in Town \\01.) I


_4 chocolate fudge-irunful of tender coconut.ShsN R
JL of Jimmy Duronf Jade Canon
Delicious "
Cooling! Refreshing
I Danny Jhomoi U Wynn... IUDQUAJlTtIS FOR (tJ

LiftlUkemskalebriaheeolon..witbjokee: Gay's Home AppliancesADOLPII II

Il. primed on the baclr to yeas"flora can have ..IE.MlWIE Cr.
fun putting oo their own shows at borne

a LAf r 7ora'ens IRsewyo/rydwflevieiM.wdon I GAY \, 'II
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1 7 1951


v v v v Miss Edna Noegel Weds Elmer L JohnsIn : Visitors HonoredBy I I Birthday Party BPW Members Plan FOil! 5lTy ('OI'X11=-;: i

I Beautiful Ceremony Saturday Evening Two HostessesAt I For Larry DevrickLarry I Men s Night Event the Iwi., ,

Morning Party I Devrick, son of Mr. and I Men's Night ,for the members pe.pot
Simplicity and Informality the' .
Mrs. Denver R. Devrick was host husbands and datls, will be held!
I marked the wedding of Miss Edna i iI I ,'i Mark Parish House was to 15 of his little friends at a by the B. P. W. Club in the formof electionSt'pt. .
Earl Noegel l foster daughter oi 1
of a delightful Coco- a covered dish In Db
the '"no theatre party Monday afternoonIn supper place 12 I ,
Mr. and Mrs..1. T Quigley of I Coin "r.irty. Saturday morning from celebration of his eighth birth. of their regular monthly meeting neaa doc, 'gl'1t! Iblt 'I
Johns '
Starke Mr. Louis
to Elmer 1)
tell cloven o'clock honoring Mrs. The supper will be held at tht to permit
I day anniversary. call 11I'110
Gladys :Mooty I on
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Johns all
Edward Fenton andMn
E j f < all. Mrs. Klngsley Lake home of Mrs. It'U' '
Phone 33:>> also of Starke. The ceremon) Following the matinee the your Vote 14
Call. Hostessesfor personallT,
lames N. Pauline Torode
.. took place at the Fundaments' youngsters went to the Devrlck Monday evening greatly appreciate bit I
: R. J.
.1. I ''h* affair were Mrs. August 20, at 7 o'clock. atlon 'our
Gospel Tabernacle home churcl home for ice cream and cake. The and vour *>
Dai and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. All members, with their luPf>
Rehearsal Party /Surprise ShowerFor of the couple, Saturday evening Large; attractive containers of refreshment table was overlaid are urged to attend. guests! polls. niUPHOISlBi
August :11, at seven o'clock. with a white lace cloth and cen-
For Johns-Noegel Mrs. BlackshearAt pottid' begonia, ivy and .JunJue II.AU
tered with a birthday cake embossed .
The background of the chancel native plants in their deep shade Metropolitan Names
Wedding MembersThe Auxiliary Meeting revealed a delicate trellis of vines, of gri'en, lent a cool atmosphere to In green and yellow with eight
and the altar was centered with the reception room. The large refreshment green candles. Favors of candy New Agent Here
home of Mr. and Mrs W. Mrs. James Blackshear was de. steps cushioned with white satin, table was overlaid with bars were given to the children. KI DS Op
A. Scott on Washington street was lightfully surprised at a stor on either side of which marble lace cloth and centered Larry was recipient of many at- N. V. Farmer to the new rep.

the icene of a pretty rehearsal shower given In her honor Monday columns stood. majestically These' a lovely low arrangement of whiteginger tractive gifts from his little guests; resentatlve of the Metropolitan'
party lust Friday evening. honor. by member. of St. Mark were surmounted by palms. A with a lillles and red hibiscus Assisting Mrs. Devrick in serving Life' Insurance Co. in Lake City

ing; members of the Johns-Noegel. Auxiliary st their "SpendTheDay" profusion of plants, vines fern ;: 5Ii1t1" r Silver/ trays held dainty refresh wag Mrs. F. A. Hunter and Starke. He has been with the WORK

.. wedding; party. meeting"1 the Blackahea and tall baskets of white gladioli .., ,' company for 22 years and was recently -
Ir ,,,,t ',"': ments The table, where Coco; EXpert ('rarl
Games were played and duringthe home on Klngsley Lake. and chrysanthemums were all used Colas were served held a center Legion AuxiliaryThe transferred to Florida from Best ml!
evening Miss Noegel The member. enjoyed a swim Kentucky.
presentedher to form a lovely setting. from which showered streamers piece of multi-colored zinnias.In rlej
attendants with mementoes of before the delicious covered dish Mr. Farmer will be in Starke
Preceding the ceremony. Miss of satin ribbon In which were tied the receiving line .were Mrs of
regular monthly
the occasion. At a 'late hour, refreshmenta luncheon was served. After lunch Katherine Colson sang "Oh PromtsMe" dainty bits of fern. Her only Ritch. Mrs. Davis and their guest the American Legion AuxiliaryPost every Tuesday for the purpose of Chas. C. Shep
were served. Mrs. Blackuhear was presented serving Metropolitan's
(de Koven) and "The Wed. ornament was a delicate .gold of honor. Assisting in servingwere 56 will be held Tuesday present
Miss Noegel was presented an with many useful baby gifts attractively ding Song" (Lovelace), accompanied chain necklace with pendant of Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs August 21, at the Legion Home at policy holders and selling life insurance Radio T\, Seat
appropriate gift by the1! hosts. wrapped In a large box at the paino by Miss Susan pearls.At T. H. Slade.Business. 8 o'clock. | annuities group, accident 307 W. 'all c.
container. Wallace, church pianist. This the close of the double ring I I and health policies. Sttl\\

Jr. Club Board During the afternoon Mrs. Mattie was followed by a special rendition ceremony, while the couple kneeledIn Circle
Gahagan directress presidedover of "Saviour Like A ShepherdLead prayer. the soloist Miss Colson
To Meet TonightA a business meeting at :which Us" (Bradbury) sung by sang "The Marriage Prayer' Of WMS HearsNominating j: Jane Parkers
time It was decided the' Auxiliary Miss Noegel from an artlaflcally (Gibbs). Fre

called meeting of the executive would again aell Christmas cards, arranged alcove in the church. Immediately after the ceremonyan ReportThe
board of the Junior Woman's Club stationary arid wrappings for the The opening strains of the Bridal I informal held
reception was in Business Woman's Circle of 1i.
Is being held this evening (Fri. coming season. Chorus from Lohengrin were heard the Tabernacle annex. The build. the First Baptist Church met Mon. .a BAKERYV
day) at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Blackshear and Mrs. GeorgrKopelousos as Rev. Wilbur A. Scott, the officiating Ing was beautifully decorated and dRY evening in the educations' >

Mrs. Al K. Carlisle. were hostesses for the minister, the bridegroom, was presided over by Mrs. Wllbui I building with 17 members present.Mrs. I
l'l'i occasion. and his brother Charles Johns. ai
Scott who, with her assistant! Kate Shepherd circle
best man took their places. They served refreshments of J1 ALVESJane
i wedding i chairman, opened the meeting and
DJ..Bac Inter-Racial Camp were followed by twelve children cake lime frost salted nuts ancmints. Mrs. Leila Mundy gave the devotional .
dressed marching In pairs .
daintily Assisting in serving were from Psalms 30. Mrs. S
TARKE na: Attended By YWA and carrying nosegays of chrysanthemums Mrs. T. E. Duncan. Gainesville, .
, L E. Sparks led In prayer. \ )...., "fI/III'I' J ,
and asters..Miss ,
Members From Mrs. L. A. Wynn and Mrs. L. J :
, HereMrs.
Mrs. Shepherd presented the Customers _
, pro. -
-- Bernice White of Toccoa Wynn Mrs. Lee
Hampton Gene
j ::; _',,
" J-ri., sal. Aug. 17, IS gram topic "Mighty Movement in : .
I Edmond Tenly and daughter Ga., maid of honor, wore white or. Mrs. Olin White Mrs. A. W. Anderson South America". Those : Corner .
Joan returned last Saturdayfrom gandy over blue taffeta, and carried Mr. Kenneth Reed Mlnses I '
" were Mrs. S. E. Mrs.
, : BELLE STARR Tampa where they attendedthe an arm bouquet of pink car I Marian McRae Kathy Johns, and Johns, Mrs. James Sparks Ritch, and Ruby Mrs. II takes good employees 'I 1 's..:

State Y. ,W. A. Camp of the nations. Katherine Colson. Mrs. Purvli Ralph Alvarez. to make a good food store. ,
Randolph Scott, Gene Tlernry Woman' Missionary Union. The bride, beautifully but aim-[Hazen of Ocala was ,In charge of The reason your AP is .e. .

\ -AND- Mrs. Tenly states that thfc camp ply attired, was escorted to the *1. the bride' book.Following The nominating of committee gavea staffed with such high. caliber -
new officers for the
was. outstanding In many ways tar by her brother, Leonard M. the reception Mr. and and women is be'i i
:I FATHER'SWILD being the first state camp plan. Noegel, who gave her in marriage. Mrs. Johns left for a short trip coming year: Circle chm., Mrs 'cause
Martha Futch Mem. :
; Chm., Shirley
GAME ned for YWA girls. She said thatIt Her gown was of Stouffley'fwhite to South Florida after which they
; was also an Inter-racial organdy and lace over white will be at home at 714 North Wall Pollet; Prog. Chm., Mrs. Muriel We pay good wages.
Raymond Wmlburn, WalterCatlrtt camp. Gay; Soc. Chm Mrs. Ruby We offer good hours ana I Parker Pkg. of 12 Fresh
I here: being three Negroes, two atln. Her veil was of the same Street, Belton, Texas. Pvt. John. '
)- Indians, two Cuban material. She carried a white'I 1 1. stationed at Fort Hood with the Johns; Rec Secy., Mrs. Leila Mun working conditions.We DONUTS .
.; Also Chap. 1$ Overland Mall" Italian girl and one Armeniangirl one Bible supporting white carnatioria 'I First Army Division. dy; Cor Sec., Mrs. Eunice Mon. give our employees! : \ "

.nd'"flallnpln' Gain", Cartoon. all IIvlntogetter/ In the crlef; Tread, Miss June Patel; vacations, pensions! and
Bust. Woman's Advisor, Mrs. Katihepherd other \ Jane Parker Pkg. of 12 .
Sun., Mon., Tues. camp. Miss Wanda Agner I Miss Irene Lee ; Mission Study Chm. many offer benett3rt.We unity BROWN'N SERVE

Aug. 19, 20, 21TOMAHAWK as Mrs.counselor Tenly, served teaching on a the class staff Inmethod. Weds Mr Prevatt Will Wed Mr. Brooks porter Mrs. Thelma Mrs. Lois Dlnklns Johns; Press; Flowei Re. for advancement! when i \ ROLLS I

. :, ... In Home CeremonyMr. Saturday EveningRev. Chm.. Mm. Cynthia Schmitt; Com theydoagOOd2ob.these things make Jane Parker 15 oz.

;: Wan "fleflln, Yvonne Di-Carlo Pamela Joan Tenly Fay ,Lawson Allese Lawson were YWA and and Mrs. W. H. Anner of and Mrs. R. L. Lee of MISIItonK.Stewardship Mrs.Chm.Gladys, Mrs.Harrington Evelyr; AP All a good place to work' ; GOLDEN LOAF .

Plus. New,, A """IIIfI.. Jlv." girls attending from here. Starke and Fitzgerald, da. announce Stark. announce the approaching Wise; periodical Chm., Mrs. Sue and a good place to work is
of their marriage of their daughter IreneM. to shop. Please Jane Parker Crescent Pound
the marriage good place
Miles a
: Cartoon ,_ ; pianist Miss June Patel; .
; J WMS Executive daughter, Wanda, to J. T. Prevatt Lee to Zane O. Brooks, son 01 Scrap book Chm. Mrs. Pearl write: CAKE -. .3 3
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Brooks of. I
Wed. I
Thur. .Aug. 22, 23:! Schropshlre; Bldg. Fund Chm. CUSTOMLAT10
Board Meeting Prevatt, ST.,,of Starke., Jacksonville. ,
'. II 'r. > Mrs. Mae Jaudon; Chlldr<\1'* '
-' ,Jane
DOUBLE FEATURE The simple ceremony was read The marriage will be an even DEPT. I Parker Sandwich Pkg. of 8
Homes Chm, Mrs. Ruth Broad.
I The executive board of the I ILt 8 o'clock Saturday evening by I Of "Saturday evening August 18 way; Yr. Book. Mrs Leila Mundy; A&P'Food 420 l..xlngt .Stores A-. I\ ROLLS '" 1 1ME
Babe Ruth Story Rev G. V. Lee of the Boatdraln at 8 o'clock In Bethel Baptl.dChurch. \
Baptist Woman, Missionary teptlRt church before a gathering -.-i i-..-.._, Mrt Kate Shepherd and Mrs. MyrUa New York IT. N. Y.

With Wm. Bendfc Society will hold Its meeting at of close friends and relatives' at 'No.Invltatloni are being Ant' D<(ver.
L -AND-j II 2:30: Tuesday afternoon In the Walnut but all friends and relatives'are Tfc? meeting was closed: with ,
, the revatt' home, 519 N. Alt
) IT HAPPENED educational building. All member street. The young couple stood before Invltnl. prayer by Mrs. Kate Shepherd V A 11 USuper r &
are urged to be present. an Improvised altar In frontof Hostesses for the evening were 1

: ON 5th AVENUE I The business and program meetIng the fireplace which was bank- Fish Fry GiyenAt Mrs. Sue Miles Mrs. E. L. Me-

C'han. Ruggles; Victor Moore, J of the W. M. S. will be ,held ed with tall standards of white 'I' Knight Mrs. Shirley Pellet and (
Ann Harding the same afternoon at 3:30: o'clock gladioli.. Johns Home Mrs. J. H. Moncrlef.
I Members of the Lorena Epper' The bride chose for her wedding Right Thin Sliced, Sugar Cured Break!
w- --- I-- I son Circle .will serve as hostesses a lovely white dotted Swiss frock Mrs. Havana Johns and daughter Labor Day Dance
Miss Dot John entertained ata
I carnations with a shoulder corsage of blue fish fry Monday evening for Planned by BSP BACON Lb. 5 5tll !

: The former Miss Agner Is a student their house guests Mrs. >. R. L. For Fund ,
WAS $129.95 Haves. and children BrendA and Playground
--- NOW $99.95 of the Bradford High School ( Center Cuts) e
clans of '52 and Is now employed Becky, of Oxford S. C. The party Another holiday dance Is being f ,_A
held In the Johns'
was yard.
with the Big Dad ManufacturingCo. the affair MissIlilda planned by the Beta Sigma Phi "Center Cuts" Western Branded
Enjoying were
) : .-....- Mr. Prevatt Is a graduate'of: Watson, James Bollowme, sorority for the Labor Day week WHITE MEAT 3!
-. Bradford HlKh School. class of 51 end. It will be held Saturday evening Lb. -
.; f- = and U a civilian worker at Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins Mr. September 1, at the Pelican Eight O'clock
: \ Jacksonville: and Mrs. Tommy F. Colson and
Z-JMK&ien Field Club. Proceeds, as for the dance Headless and Dressed
children Rev. and Mrs, Homer
r The young couple are at hometo given by the club the Fourth of: '
''Ti r Swlndall and son. Anthony Mr. WHITING Lb 1
/ friends In one of the Gladys July. will go towards equipmentfor COFFEElLb.Bag ,
; and Mrs. W. Oolson and
t i ? Harrington Houses on N. Church Clyde the City Playground. .
G'iw .
ut sHiRAf street daughter; EIalne'and Katherine,
I. t A. Mrs. S. V. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. The sorority has chosen for Alljrood Fancy Sugar Cured Sliced

r /t Cecil Douglas and children, Mr.i their project for the year to provide 1 77c B'FAST BACON Lb. 4
Dinner Party slides, swings and other playground ,
j and Mrs. W. D. Thomas and children -

t: fftV&S&wti Given By Mrs. Ritch Edward, Mrs.Hicks.Annie. Wainwright. and Park. $SG equipment was realized for the at City the 3. Lb.
Bag 2.25
Honoring Visitors fourth of July dance and it Is felt -

that,If the Labor Day dance Is as ProduceValues.
rr '&Je McGRlFF Mr. N. T. Ritch was hostess at Mrs. Stump HostessAt successful, work can go ahead on

a delightful dinner party Monday Morning Party purchasing the equipment. White House

evening at Keystone Inn honoringRev. _
and Mrs. James Nelson Call Lovely arrangements of mixed Methodist Men MILK
summer flowers were used in decorating -
and Mrs. E. F. Call of Charlotte Seedless Red \
f N.' C. and Mrs. Edward Fenton of the Walnut street homeof Will Meet Monday or Malaga

Murray The table ICy was enhanced with ao Mr.morning Fred F. party Stump from for a nine delightful The M. '; Fellowship of the 2 Tall Cans 27cSnow GRAPES 2.Lbs. 2 2S

artistic arrangement of seasonal to eleven given last Friday complimenting First Methodist Church will hold ,
Mrs; G. C. Livingston I I its regular supper meeting Monday
1 flowers In pastel tones. Markingthe r White
ONLY places of the guests of honoi of Tampv. Mrs. J. N. Call and, evening, August :20 at 7:30: o'clockat Pure Cane Large
were appropriate gifts from theii Mrs. E. F. Call of Charlotte N. C. the home of J. R. Wauvwrlght SUGAR, 5 lb. bag' 45c
and Miss Lucille Mitchell, bride. on Klngsley Lake. The supper
hostess. elect of Stark committee is A AVOCADOS for
99.95 composed of Charley -
Invited to be present with Mrs Harris Light Meat
Refreshments. were served from) Parker, John Anderson, Art Hoillday .
Ritch and her guests were Mr. and
trays to the 13 guests. Assisting and J. R. Wainwright. TUNA 25c
Mrs. J. H. Ritch Mr. and Mrs. H
Mrs. Stump In serving was Mrs I Guest speaker at the supper will Fresh GreenBEANS,2Lbs.
C. Rltch Dr. and Mrs. Thomas I]
18 Months Ruby Collins.In bot Chaplin Leslie Shepherd. of the
Ritch of Jacksonville and Rev. and Daily Dog
remembrance of the I Farm In Raiford.Transportation .
party State 2
'. To Paylafter Mrs. T. G. Mitchell. tbeu........ of honor received personal will be furnished MEAL, 5 lb. bag 51c ?

down paymtnt Young Women's gifts from their hostess. from the church at 7 p.m.

Crispo Fig

I.s b.ssI $OMUCII..IOaSOUTTtE Circle Meeting SEE OUR "URIDES' TABLE" BARS, 16 oz. pkg. 31c .Firm RipeBANANAS

--- Dlg-famlly capacity I ICE The Young \\Vomen' Circle of 2 Lbs.

Aetlvator* Ulpl. the First Presbyterian Church lone Cut GreenBEANS -

.. washing action Starke, met last Thurt-day night CHINA
-- Perrasdrl mechan. at Ute home of Mrs. Ralph Yar. -. 19 oz. can. 13c 2

Iam-Go oiling] bray on Church Street with Mrs : ":- "Mayfair" by CastletonCRYSTAL Lifebuoy Bath Soap 2 for

S Powerful wringer I James Bunch presiding In the absence ;, dexo 3 lb. .
.1P) Eaey-rolllag oastenl of the president Mrs. W. E. t -, can 89c Ivory Floating Soap, med. bar .

Foli-Ieagth skirt I Dowling.

-- The group enjoyed a program delivered :,: lona Large Site 16 Oat. Can Camay Toilet Soap bat% 3 for 2

.11... U.i. r.. Of. by the pastor, George Me- .1: "' Sweet Peas reg.
N Master entitled "Home and the :: "Marjory" by Rizart |14c j,
0.-,... WrlttN Wan trl! Bible ", after which refreshments "' Makes Duz Soap Powder '
5 Qts. Nonfat
were served. Before adjouriring

M refreshments for the young peo
DON'T WAtJI Sfl THIS VMUt TODAY' plea Sunday evening meetings Dial Soap .2 2
Rose"'by Alvin Ige. bar 1 7c Sweetheart Soap, bath bar. 2 for

Doris Knight Circle 14 0..
G. J. McGRIFF Blu-White Flakes .
Board Meeting BREAKFAST SET Uncle Bens Rice 1 19c

145 E. Call St. Stark,, Fla. Baptist The Doris Church Knight held Circle an executive of the "Daisy Field" Pard Dog Food A & P Food StoreThe

.r .- board meeting Tuesday eveningat 16c

8 o'clock at the home of Mrs.

*iR Ewell Lawson. Mrs. J. E. Hardy Swifts Great Atlantic: and Pacific Tea Co.
c opened) the meeting with prayer 60c E._ ("_._.. c..lsSte'. 11158

The circle leader, Mrs. T. K. Me- 300 East Call St.

:: WRflERWAHt RS = Lane discussed various plan and STORE Swifts Prem Prices In this Add guaranthni '
:c.: ___ ____ J 52C
committees for the coming year itAUG
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AUG'I'.tGFaP' .$. 1LAIN

_. -
... ,'.. in Andi lhHi' "f "'H'' k.'. k''Inrlda." '
tli. ult rt
I I.k I i ( in .o
Mr and Mrs Ned Yancey and Legion Dances Stillirau'ing i ? 'ItiiKlford i' mill*'. e'bndo. upon Th.,' thi pat, 'IIItI.I'elI' 'in -ad,
Sanford"visiting I ..r 'f ii"ii iiiiiin "f b II*"linM rot' rPnr|,i INivti.
children pent Sunday In ? mi i I..r ? i <
CrowdsRay fUtUlnUS( ,, ,ll II I ft rlo l "
Rig due IHlllllIhf IIMIIll- >- I
What's Your Favorite Mrs Yancey's mother I I Pill. dill Mm 1 It,'. Fl.irlrtil, thin Mthlav
Mrs. J. P Stevens. i i 7'111,: MTAHKP WKI'K' 'Al. 'I"KNTKR < : if Aiimihl.' A U HIM
of the Le .. all' ? 41' 7I
Chairman In
ands Stone I reps> I 'tii i ltK s>- In liliilriMnn
Mr. and Mrs R. J. Tatum I

Girls? Mr and Mrs L. F. Hafcr and two glon Dance Committee reportedthis #
Recipe week that tho Legion's weekly
children of Jacksonville were Sun
NEWS/ .dances' continuing
THE Saturday night are
day guests of Mr. and Mrs R. J. FOR'SALEAliefllton
WHETHER it's apple Davis. to grow in popularity In spin

pie or pig knuckles and Mr. and Mrs Orle Wiggins spent of the warm summer weather.
Hollia and :Miss Bernice White left for her e Sunday in Jacksonville with relatives. Door prizes at last laturdilYnlght'a :! Truckers
sauer kraut the'oman's Club Housewives and
Ia11ee' home in Toccoa Falls Ga. Sunday dance was contributedby
Ga.i .
f 'I M ra. of Starke would like to be let Bradford Hardware Companyand I
Rand for week
f W. after being guest a Mr and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and
; xr, in on the secret. Newbern Photo Studio PINEAPPLE PRESERVING PEARS
last wt'ek.n. the home of Mr. and. Mrs. J. T. Miss Nina Bishop.were In Waynes- Chris I
day r The club is planning to music for these dances l If ,
com The
Cline of Quigley vllle N. C. the early part of last NOW READY
"' Byron few days last Mrs. W. H. Perkins and guest, pile a book of favorite recipesof week. Miss Bishop recently returned supplied by Toby Dowdy and hU ,

..nt a ,lrs. C. T. Meff ;Mrs R. B. Trask and Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County housewives from a vacation in Nassau Dixie LJly, Hi-Pointers, Gainesville

and E. B. Searing and children were and would also like a few words Fred F. Stump flew to New York I Radio Television and Decca recording JOHN II. DENMARK Keystone Heights, Fla.

L Wiggins of visitors in Lake City and White concerning the origin of the rec- City the later part of last week, artists
M. held each Saturday SANTE FE STOCK FARM
These dances are or
Critri Dr. and Mrs. Springs Sunday. ipe or any other interesting to visit his brother A Welle
Pfc. Edwin Hornsby Albert comment. Stump. I Night beglniug at 9 o'clockat

\ Sunday. returned Kazan, and Faye Durban of Camp Also included in the book i Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier had,I the Starke armory hall. The

Brown Cordon Ga. visited friends and. i.a their guests Thursday of last general public la cordially Invited
L will be household hints
after five relatives here last weekend. whereby week, Mr. and Mrs P. A. Dampier to attend and enjoy a full evening'sentertainment

ummer music tamp Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews county housewives may pass on and Miss Julia Marie DampIer of BLUE BIRD GRILL
Sstat. University. worthwhile tips to their "sistersof
Nylon attended the District Five meeting Jacksonville and Mrs.. J. W. Clapp
jtht summer ** I of the Florida Pr"ess Association the apron." and daughters Pat and Bobble of

dureil' 35 per cent> in Mount Dora Saturday Contributions should be in by September 15. Club Atlanta, Ga. FOR CHIEF! OK POLICETo .

and spent Saturday night and members are especially urged to send in a recipe butcontributions S. L. Jackson of Jacksonville Restaurant and Hotel

"hM hud as her SunLit Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. H. B. will also be appreciated from any womanin and Jewett Fogg of Starke spent the Voters of Starke:

J J. Gross. Mr. McLendon in Orlando. the county. Saturday to Monday fishing In the I am again thla year a candidatefor

E ward Gross Mrs., all Free-of Nylon Bedford Cora Suits 23 The material should be sent to: Mrs. Gar) Mathews, rivers near Palatka.Miss re-election as your Chief of FOR SALE
fyr. and cent off at Alvarez Store. of Columbus\ Police. I have been a law en-
per Bette Briggs
it Butler, and Box 528 (phone 261-J) or Mrs1. F. J. Vellum Box 623,
Lake for the
Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakeland Fla. Ohio will arrive Saturday to spend forcement officer In Starke
T Maxie Carter. herfrek. is visiting her mother Mrs. W. H. Starke two weeks with her sister Mrs. past 23 years, the last four yearsof

} of Bushnell ia I I Perkins and her sister Mrs. EarlB. Clifford Currie. which I have served as Chief

Searing. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. L. Gentry and I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell spent Mice Charlotte Tatum of Boy- and during this entire period I $2500 .

L. Maxwell C. Sny-] Mrs O. L. Beasley Is visiting daughter. Vida Jean left Wednesday the weekend In MarIanna visiting ington Beach was the weekend have always performed my dutiesto / .

lily of JackBOnvllle Mr. and Mrs Charles Beasley at for New York City and Boston their parents Mr. and Mrs. O. F. guest of Mr. and Mrs Vernon the best of my ability. COR. WALNUT ANI MADISON STARKE FLA.
this month in the; Lake Alfred from Wednesday to Mass. While In New York Sewell and Mr'u. B. B.' Bennett. Silcox. I appreciate the help and sup- ,

h i home on KIngsley.' Monday. they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy- Mr. and Mrs Don Champion are Mrs. Ovid Lewis and daughters, port given me by the good peopleof

t ':! land Camp, and In Boston will be now living In Claxton Ga. where Emily Ann and Gwynn will leave Starke during the past yean

guests of Mrs. Marlon 'Pennell. Mr. Champion Is employed with Saturday for 'a two weeks' visit and promise that if I am again returned (,

Claude and Kenneth Johns arrive the Forestry Division for a year with Mrs. Lewis' parents Mr. and to the office of Chief thatI

A WGEa home Wednesday from the Dr. Pete' Felos fit Tampa and Mrs J. M. Bedwell In Tchula will continue to exert my every CHRIS. J. NEWBERN STUDIOS)

FSU summer session Dr. A. A. Kartsonls of Marianne Miss Mr. Lewis will drive his effort to maintain law and order

Mrs. W. E. Lawson and sons have leased the Don Champion family BH far as Enterprise, Ala and to promote the welfare of out "

,. have returned home after a sightseeing home and expect to open officesIn where they will be met by Mrs. City.' "THE ROVING PHOTOGRAPHERS"

WITH US trip through North Georgia the former Blood Bank building Lewis' brother. ,i W E. Thornton
T Tennessee; Kentucky, and a soon. Their secretary Mrs. Fran Mrs Ada Alexander and daughter Chief of Police
week's visit with her brotherInlaw cea W. Thorpe has rented the WEDDINGS PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL
Miss Wilma Alexander returned -
and sister Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan house on Cherry street. week I
I the early part of last NOTIIH TO APPBAIIn
CEMENT Ross Halyard In Carml 111. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hadley Reece, .
from a month's vacation In Boone Circuit I. ..... Bradford Duty,
METAL ROOFING Mrs. Mary Lane and daughter.1 former residents on the old Bland-! N. C. The Alexanders visited Florida !. caurery.Cornelluk Studio Open All Day Saturdays .

N. BRONZE SCREEN WIRE Marybeth of Jacksonville spent Ing road have leased the Arlington Mrs. Alexander' mother Mrs. Hnntcy. Plaintiff, V.. Anna
Mrs. Lane's Hotel in Gainesville. I tlanlvy
!hung > the weekend M. L. Maynard in Alachua on U..rendnnt.C.... No. 8609
6 P.M. 8:30 P.M.
| v ASBESTOS SIDING mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis left ..tI... To A....... Wednesdays to .
.. ASPHALT SHINGLES Ed Enaor of Jack onvlU., also Thursday for a week's tour to Thursday.Mr. Tai Anna Hiinlcy, whose rml-'
> and Mrs. W H Agner and IrrvnwUh
deuce and addieim In: Tit
L spent Sunday with her mother, Arcadia. Miami and Key West. New York 14. New York:
X. MASONRY MIX sun Mickey of Church street tttreet
Mrs. Pearce, Miss Joyce Drew of Schnectady You are' hereby notlfleil that a 8x10,Portraits-$3.00
moved to Fitzgerald!, 'Ga. Monday. suit for Ulvoroe !has been filed
Mathews N. Y. Is
Mrs. the
Mr. and Virgil spending month of
Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr. and against you In the above named
NIS BUILDING SUPPLIES and daughter. Patsy ot Jackson August with her brother James Court. sna rnuNe. and you are re*
Sue Epper
ville Beach were weekend guestsof Drew and family and her sister.Mrs. daughter Miss Mary 'iulrfd tct serve .a copy of your answer -
from Monday to Wednesday or p!.ndnefi| tw the couiplulnt PORTRAITS ''
son spent THE MODERN WAY
j I.NCOKPORATKDb. Mr. and Mrs. Garl 'Mathews. Donald McRae. on the rialntirf'H I Attorney, T.
and Mrs. J. E. and Mrs. E. In New Orleans La. The Frank L.ml;ruin. Htarke, Florida and
Main St. Gainesville, Fia. Mr. jiardy Mary Bolick left Thurs Eppernon's youngest daughter flit the orls'lnul In the office. of the
daughters Janet and Jane visitedMr. day for her home In Lewiaton C'lwrk of the I'lroult Court on or be-
Hardy's mother Mrs. Charles Idaho after visiting her sister Mrs.Jesse Sally Ann visited her grand ore the 17th iley of Nnn.mber! IUU.olh..wl. .
parents :Mr. and Mrs. Robert .. the ellnKntlonM of eitld -. ._ :_ _- ----- :=-c--.:: --- --. -
Hardy Sr., In Gainesville Tues New nme. and family for ''.."'plalntwill be taken ss von
several moalha. Richard In Jacksonville during freed by You
day.Mrs. her mother's absence. Thla notice shall tie published
J. L. Anderson returned Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jackson once each week for four ooimnclltlvew

home Wednesday after workingfor and children of Jacksonville spent Tampa Mr. and were Mrs.guests Donald of Mr.Kelly and of! Krnph.Dated....ka In the Bradford County Tele. REGISTERyour IMAGINE I I !

the past month In Baxley Ga the weekend with Mr. Jackson's The ; this 16th day of August. ,
frs. Alton Dobbs last week.
Mrs. Laura Wilson of' Green mother Mrs. Carl Jackson. 1551.OFFICIAL.
Dobbs rent Sunday In Plant City ( BAL) A. J. Thomoa. old electric refrigerator Under '
Dedicated To Community Service Cove Springs, Mrs. K. C. Bounds Mr. and Mrs Jack Davis and and Mr. RalfordBrown. Clerk. of the Circuit t'nurt
of Palatka and Mrr. S. E. Spark'\ son, Gary of Rome Miss are visiting Mr. Dy Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk In the PIIIICORm,9PI71fGi"V NEW REGULATIONS '
"Mo 1e. Are Better Than Evei" :
.r it of Starke vlaite&Vifcge; and Mra, spending .Uie-JatUr tar( of this SIT| 41 '|1"
H. C. Wilson JhTtyroniion; Tuesday. week with| Mr and Mrs. L N. Mrs M. F. drown returned Sunday '(" Tn tPPgAR YOU' CAN
Sun., Mon. Aug.B, 26 Mrs..Jetty,'flalz n. and daughter Pickering. after a three weeks' visit In Florida Tlrriilt. ...--<...*r.e..-nndferd--.. Ceas/r. /

ug,18 ONLY Mary Frances,and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Mrs. U E. Miner returned to her with her: brother-in-law and sister A Iya. Foley fudahey, Plaintiff v.. atNASWORTHY'S' NOW OWN
Mrt' and Mrs. S. C. Cornwall and I oula CUll ,
were -visiting their bjofliTS home In New Smyrna Beach Mo*)- h.y. Pofrndant. ,a.
.E FEATURED :-H.-B........a_a-iiu inter Hill I day after six _ek.' visit wit" taaoly| I In. Hlgganum, Conn: "N' ..*l<*. Tn Aptr'MV.Toi Ca. No. 1610 :

and E. J. Haacn In Plant Ctty las her slater, Mrs. J. H. Flelda: a'Dd'' A "Mr. ,and Mrs M. M. Hayes and I.on IK ''udah.y, whoa roKl.. : APhiicoiiftREFRIGERATOR/
daughters. Rfteclell and Maureen dance and nddrvnn Im, (111 H.."t suillh'
week. family Street Hrimx, New York
- Mrs. Ben Rowland and daughter !; Mrs. A. T. CovIngton and Bon,i and Mrs Elniln's father Robert You ar. h.i.l.y notified that a

iID Mooni htBay Kay, ppent Ufo weekend In Irvan. returned 'home Sunday after : Taylor of Rockvllle. Md. are of lilt maiden for Divorce name fins and boon reatoratlnn'fll' ..l

w,. Tallahassee visiting Mrs. Rowland's three weeds' visit with -relatives .! {visiting Mr. and Mrs O. L. Llosln ..;.In.t you In the above named
HIM "Grrald MrBolg, Being" Cartoon .'' Court and ..u.. and p
slater Mrs. George McDan- In Paducah and Harrtln, Ky. for ten days. I quired to you are' re'
and Latent' News let. Capt. O. J. Edwards received Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Smith ...1'' or pleading larva a copy to the of complain your an. FOR:

MaxIe Carter Jr. returned home orders Monday to report back Into Jr. and sony Larry of Munson will! on the Plnlnllff. Atfortiev. T. Frank ONLY 33495with
Tues.; Wed. Aug. 21, 22 I Monday from three weekV, train the army reserve unit for two I arrive here this weekend for two the orlivlnnl Htarke In ,the Flnrlda office, and of file the

Ing at Fort McClellan Ala. wIth weeks' training at Fort Jackson, weeks' visit with Mrs. Smith' CMrk of. the Circuit Court on or' he ,

Ilt j the St. Augustine National Guard S. C. after which he will report to I parents Mr. and Mrs.. R. J. Davis. I fore oth-rwl.ii the 17th the day alloKnllooa nf Ri-pttmhrr rfH, 1001||.t; 7 NEW 2-DOOR

Mrs. W. F. Godwin was hostess Fort Riley Kan. for permanent Mr., and ?,fr.. R. T. Fowler and Complaint. will be taken aa con NODown
f eil .
to the1 Canasta Club Tuesday evening duty. Mrs. Edwards, president of I son, Richard, and Mrs. Ruby Collins This by notice.m. shell be published

the Junior "Woman's Club, Is leaving spent the weekend with Dr nnca each week for' four e.'na>.autlve PHILCOREFRIGERATORS
Me. and Mrs. A. E. Wilcox and Sunday for two weeks' visit and Mrs. C. K. Hayes In Madison T.eRraph week.. '" the T'-dford'. County;

son Edward, were In Waycroas. with her parents! Mr. and Mrs. J. I Mrs. N. A. Layton of Winter nJi1"1 this ltth llljr <>r August. Payment

Ga. over the weekend visiting Mr. E. TttcKUmte, In Kllgore. Texas be- Haven was the weekend rues .
Wilcox's parents Mr. and Mrs. foer 'i. of Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson SRAt. A J. Thomaan. (If
Joining he husband In Kan. Clerk' nf the r'"H< {four your trade-in will cover)
AND411v-. Frank "Wllcox. saa.i The Lawsons and their guest visited Myrtle T. Oeaver, Deputy Clerksill

M,. and Mrs. Resale Colson and< Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby had Marlneland Sunday. "; | 4t 616/
tun. family are spending this week at a. their weekend guests Mr and Mrs. R. L. Hayes and children SOTICI6teb i .. s AS LITTLE AS

DOUGHSnu Sante Fe Lake. Kay Rowland was Mrs. J. "B. Danstoy Terry. The Brenda and Becky will return U alets:onp M.. s vNtarke, Finn?. I

two* their guest the latter part of the two 1'amlhell attended ithe 'graduation ,their homo In Oxford S. C. thl Cs. tn revise. the r".t''lun' ho..k.' r 67cadayfHIICO
I weekend after Mrs. Havana nt the ,,Ity 01 "'I"rk.' Florida. .
BENNEn-DARNEtt vs a week exercises of Don Dansby from visiting t h. following and r
the Jacksonville Naval) Air Basel Johns and Miss Dot Johns trine th.. houk.. for' the were resenn. .tr.k.n, will's -
Also "Threes A Crowd" ffertoon Sunday afternoon for two week. .11. The 'mtnril will b. In 5eeslnn 5151,

and tMtrmt New Mr. and Mrs R.,.'2f.: 'Ward and j I Mr. Annie Lewis has moved nn their the 1'1.' Slat der meeting.f Augu.tI.AF tlm.'of i'AA a' !
back to her home In Keystone P.M. to hear rL1l1I2ii
daughter, Myra Jane recently to If any. and
Thur., FrL Aug. 23, 21 moved to Lake City where Mr Heights after staying at the home been r5tnr.arrnn..n.any..,,, names.trirk.n that have. et l r" 1 [ w 40

1 Ward Is In business. 'They are residing of her son. Ovid Lewis and family And.raon A. W.. Jr.-It.m"ve"

at 632 V. :Marlon St. 'for several months. Anger :;.Mrs. A. W. Jr.,. ,II...
i'i.A Albert O. Krone Is temporarily I Mrs, Rosemary Perry and children Att.w5y. T. W.-n..m....." M1iiIk.i.i

Sf rangersGRANGER I SEAT COVERS stationed at Fort ArsKg' N. C. have returned\ to the homeof Attaway Ftea.ley ,0.Punch 61nry i. -fl...."...... -

Tailored 'To Fit Mice. Dorothy Alvarez and Miss Mrs. Perry' parents. Mr. and : I'renrRn; r 1.mn".." In the owners of the oldest
..erassr.a.m.aelwtlav ++ Glove Dorothy Ross left Sunday 'for a Mrs. W. J. Grady In St. Petersburg n.-ft.m".d
I A electric
;; -.ere -.. Ff'.k".II.' R. R-1l.moved refrigerators |in this
two weeks' vacation In the mountains after several months 'res Rlarkwell.. rtnrle'
% Bare" and chap ROMAN WALXLR after which they will, vUll idence here.I'Moonlight. Frunrh. Ruth S.H.moreA H.-II.m..ct Territory :
Chas C. Shepherd Mica I H yera." V. Y.nt-R.tnoyM
: Rnagsparent. In Homestead.
Pace tBmOf, (Orteoa 'arll.1Jy it-11e.A
Spy Kl.g" Plus "One Quark
Friends will be interested tof Psrmlcna.t
307 W. Call -:Btarke Fla. Bay'In ('" O..I..I-n..mo"eol Nothing I .
a know that Mrs.: W. H. Graham has! .nn. 1lm.-It..nn..1! bwyl

returned home from St. Luke's New Musical lurshlm.r ihtnhlm.r. Mrs Frank. Frank I.-R.mnv.d No slogan' la writI

HospItaL I n..l Herhert--Removed r.-n..n.n. Just enfer your old. i -
Coming To Florida neat Rv.ryn-
-R.mov.d r
Charles Hardy and Harmon T. Funderhiirk. I." .1_"._.__... REFRIGERATOR.
Morgan motored to Tallahassee I I A new technicolor musical "00 .(tense Inm.. .. It"m"d-; .J.i' ;,'mnv.d; I regardless of make

Thursday on business for the Moonlight Bay", starring Doris Gillen Ann--Fiemnv.d 11.1 ". !I v.. ... Ws vwI
URANCE Co. School Board. |I Day and Gordon MacRae Is scheduled : Mr., Hal P ltemnred FAMOUS Moon tote
METROPOLITAN LIFE Mr. and Mr*. J. L. McDowell Hutrhlnx. T. M---read.
and children of Jacksonvillewre''I to appear this Sunday and .' .hn... lot,... M. H.. H.-U.
Monday at the Florida Theatre Klrkllt.r J. 11'-0." Uoot Price III....9.93F
I Saturday dinner guests of JUglow' '..DP.. ll.nr W.--R.mnv.. oj>| The picture ia set against a back. T.1Db.. Munrt. T.n.tnov.,1 hr a
AVENUE and Mr. C. F. Ward. M.n..... ('.,,,
ONE MAPISON i ground of collegiate Indiana i.rmov.rt
Mr. and Mrs Edward Fenton of I I just "M.n......., 1oI'lnll-n..mn". r
| before World War I and features "' .... I
.n. A
Murray Ky. and Rev. and ),Ira..J. 8.-n..mo" 1
NEW YORK CITY j Msnaeea. .
plenty 'of Mr. n. E'
'; music dancing and A.-ft.mov.d
N. Call of' ... J.
and Mrs. E. F Call kaator.In MAn. .". P.na-n.mn.. R
Charlotte N. C. returned to their Mann' R.: C.. Jr-'m..v.
-' ".Venn' 101'.... JI:. ('.
The homes Tuesday after several day' I the picture Doris Day U a Will... -It.mo"
Announcingf Jame.
Takes Pleasure in A.-ft.mn.
: i._ tomboy type girl who Is Interested Miller, gg9s ftI!
s" visit wIth Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritcb ; more J.-n..mn..d 1'Jo;!
H.-n..m..d :
: In baseball
:t at Lake than anythingelse \
'I' Klngsley and other friends Nix! Or.f. Flomovcit .
Appointment of and relatives here. until Gordon MacRae shows (tutlaw. A &-11"810""" pN ..eraMw. e4
I up change her mind. However 0....*". Mr.. n. 5.--R.mnyed N .....
Mr. and Mr. Charles Meyers of reek Cl..... I.-O..d .. .... III*
': Jacksonville apt the weekend I they soon fall in. love but can't P"rW. Br>...1
Mr. N. V. FARMEI R with ),Ir.. Meyers' Mr. marry because of Father. WhenIt n.'n..I"o. Vr.. t. A*-r>.. parents .
Is Rnel r. M. K.-n. mov.d ..
and Mrs. Junlu.,8mlth at Kings-{, revealed that MacRae Is leaving Jnnl.r. IxiulM f.n.mor.,1 FOR
I for war on graduation day, 'ilmmon, ? T.-n"mov. As for Starke Florida .J ley Lake. Immon" FEATURES AT ITS
Representative Father relents and allow the twc f.-n.ad
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and] 'SlhieYfItemov.d
Holt towed antf%ave a honeymoon before Ubl'.,... Rom K,Romnvod .. much as 2 cu. ft. of
sons and Jimmy of Metter.,] he Itronr, ,..rt.jr y'-Remnved WpLus. -h'aaton..epcaplua' 1961Adwanc.d
II olders Oa. are spending this month, at ships out. 'irnnir.' MM. Heiew-p.mn.ed. ...". Design f..tuNe
He will genre the present Policy y the Weeks cottage on The story was taken from Booth Stunt. Roland M -romnv.4 ... at the .
Ku.rt, MM n M-Rm"Td Built-in wrrefrig
Lake. Kinc-Je'I'Tarklngton'* famous penrod series .. -ton.
.Annu.th. Smith T. n..*rd r'.. Jr..-R.morM
and offers rates in 'Life Insurance Mr. M., C. Ford. Jr. and daughter Smith mn.. Mr.... I..nnurd ..., Jr. .Tt..

Iti s, Group and Accident and Ilea III ,Mobile.Suzanne Ala.spent visiting the past Mr.week and Recent BirthMr. VanVl V.nVI.....*,'. fl"rr..rd H. ft .Rrmnvitd:N.-Removal EASY TERMS

Mrs. Joe Welsh and family. and Mrs. J. M. Edward. wiinon W.II.v, Jo.. R-fl.ad C.

V. Farmer 9())9 E. Duval St. J Mr., and Mrs. W H. Thomson Jr. announce the birth of a son Wynn Wynn, J J..n.ttIt.m..d f.-Rcmnvdd H. NASWORTHY

Jr and children of Montlctllo and Thomas Mitchell, born August 2 it HIT' .,

Fla. Mr. and )Ofr.. F. F, Stump andlaughters. In the Alachua General Hospital General Supplies
P. Lake Cit r 'OTI'M
O. Box 429 >
Misses Evelyn aad Mrs. Edward Is the former Betty ".4.. F..I... .... I.... PHONE 198
Jlllan are spending two weeks at Long daughter of Mr. and MrsE. Moth'. .. t. hereby given' that Me STARKE FLA.
end.raiyne.d. .
pnruasnt I" tll. "l.te.tube.
the Struth cottage on Klngiley. C. Long of Stale Farm. N.TH., Xtatutr". Homo, Bill "'
...... --- Lake. Nn Ills, fh.pt.r No .IIIIU.-I..f !!.=-: ... --
!iii =:: K--- .......;. -
Florida mi, '
will| register' with the jijIi5l -"---=;-



'AUG 1 7 1 9 51
g"ing an for as N w River John Brown during the wt,1tIDd.! J D. Robinson Is teaching' tae time here with his father W P pects to return to the Hospital for I part.1J! .on the Charles Howe Lol t C
,, celved course Is member of the further treatment, and 1 Pf.t jflornlngthey placed th!
n and Wayne many Mia Fred Moor nnd 1aughl'r Kemp: Floyd a A
LAWTEYL. useful gifts. All report a good Ann wer busln"H' \lsltors to Jacksonville Th H. r Kelly family went f.. :"thInfantry and spent fourteen Last week Miss Elizabeth Terry houa/ oh U4. permanent lot a pan:,I H. tv (. t'Eeac'
time taut Saturday. Tallahassee last Tuesday to bo at n.onths In Japan and eight months moved from her home, the former of thoyc Futch lot. We wet nr.y
II_Futch. 'I Mr and Mrx James Phillipsand Jacft: Walifwrlght. who has been the) graduation of Mrs. Kelly,,; who in (IKorea. On September 8, 1900> eh T. J. Terry Farm, to Lawtey. The comp. files 1 Terry to town. Of lit-Mrs A,.$.el:oIi !
-------- I' Mr. and Mrs. Faytte Redd and employed in Colorado during the will receive her Bachelor degree was wounded but later returnedto interesting thing about this moving M.-1, A. n, Harley of Lawtey !1.I late Ar 1Ia e,b
I summer returned to his. home here<< at the graduation exerclins of service. On March 7. 1B51 annoDtng the marriage of her Harley,Sba
Mr. and Mr J. E. Wall, Jr., entertained family of Macon, Georgia were recent active Is that Miss Terry moved her of St. Luke kt
with a double birthday guests of Mr. and Mrs O. J. last Saturday. Florida State University-on Wed- he was again wounded and on house also. It seems that she sold daugJ'\e\o' Martha to John D. Mileyof pervlnr Obateu go
party on Tuesday evening: August Phillip Donald Wlllcerson la spending nesday. March 20 returned to the United the farm to Mr. and Mrs Thomas WrVWgton. t. C. / pita!. ps
7 honoring: their eons Johnnie' Hob Royals of Tampa U the several days here with his parentsMr. Frank M. Cruce honored his Slates for treatment at Fort Ben- Casey but retained ownership of Thy Carriage: was an event of Mr, ,
and Wayne'a birthdays. The occasion guest of Freddie Moore this week! and Mm Bennett Wllkeraon Mra. Gennle Register witha ning Georgia He arrived In Laylast the house. On Thursday of last Augo.lin the :Methodist Churcb Miley Mlle11. the""'
being: the 13 anniversary of, Mrs Joyce Futch, Benton Futchand Donald I III stationed at Fort Ben- birthday dinner at his home n Sunday and U greeting his ,week she secured the service of a' of KlWnd./> I Georgia. The double Hahlra and the lat.1It.
Johnnie while Wayne was eleven: J. C. Prevatt went to Ocoee nine, Ca.Quincy. west of Lawtey on Sunday August rid friends who are glad to see house moving company to move ringrmoiy! wa performed by Ceorgla, lie
had the misfortune 12. Mrs CensttsBureaa
After the young people had played'last Monday to visit Mrs. Prevatt's Cruce T. Register was celebratingher him able to be out. Later he ex I Into town. By night they were the '\*\', fitherldge!: pastor of the Washtn and II
several games Mrs. Wall served! mother Mrs. W. S. Brown who Is to break his arm on August 60 birthday anniversary. Mm. :ton D. Co
refreshments consisting of cake Ill. Mrs. Prevatt was already with The arm was set by Dr. Adams Register and her son became I..
and punch. Later Mr, Will took her mother. Mr. and Mrs John and Quincy Is getting along; nicely. separated twenty-nine years age I
the young people for a straw ride Brown were also visiting Mn. Mrs. C. V. Turner of Jacksonville and Mr. Cruce has only, recently I
was the guest of her sister located her. She Is now spending
I Mrs W T. Walters during the several weeks with her son and

At C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. weekend.Mrs Emma Hill was visiting family.Floyd Kemp is upending some
relatives In Fort Myers during the Size Men's: & Hoy'sSHIRTS Lalli t1 Jac Misses
vreek.Miss' Large Large 16
Afraid to Eat ANf.ETS x 36
ONLY Autherlne Blanchard of Wash Cloths
0DOWN Jacksonville was the Sunday guaar Always Troubled I I And SIIORTS ti 101/y Towels

Buys This of her Frank her sister father Jones Miss A.Enza M.was Blanchard Blanchard In Daytona an:I With Upset Stomach 7c each 47c each I 1 1ge pair 38c eachPillow

during the weekend visiting hlbroUierlnlaw Everything I ate seemed to upset
and sister Mr. end my stomach until I was afraidto
WESTINGHOUSE RANGE Mrs John Lanier. eat(, I was tired, weak and run
Mr. and ),(rll. H, C. Harley and down from slowly starving myself oo
children wet. the Sunday guests, but I knew It was useless to ever I Good
a fir'' of Mr. and Mrs Willis Starling btWhltehouse. try to eat a good full meal until ] i ,
i read about, and tried INNER. FORCESOLD
( t1ytU Mr j and Mrs John Mllley] were TONE. That was the day thing I Cases
visiting Mrs. A. H. Harley la-t changed for me-I eat what I want Now
. Friday. and my meals are a pleasure. 1 !
s j Jamea R. Walter of Boca Baton praise INNER-TONE to the sky.' 47c
Folks You Are
was visiting his parents Dr. and -This is an actual testimonial N \Mng) Held ,
____ II Mrs. W. T. Waltersduring the pact INNER-TONE Is the new mixture
.. .tt few days. of juices from Nature', Herbs combined I Sure LUCKY OUT Bb EntirePEOPLE
t 11'. detrklcIkl David Browning la in Tallahassee with blood building iROr*. and STOCK
this week the guest 3t his nerve atrengthenlng VITAMINSB1
i sister and brother-in-law", Mr..and l B-2 and B-S. It has relieved BUY !
Mrs. W. M. Dlnkini. many people who had never been : '
The Adult Member of the fr Irit really helped before by any med Child's
} Baptist Church had an a-hilt cine. Taken shortly before meals For Cash During .PANTIES
: fellowship supper at, the '0:hool it mixes with your food and aldf 2 to 6 yrs.
cafeteria last Tuesday evening. digestion "thus eliminating gall This ALM'Ef
'Ut Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Walters left and bloat". So don't go on suffer 15c
last Tuesday for a three weeks ingt Get INNER-TONE today SALE pre
<<- -- = vacation. They will go to Michigan Sold by KOCH drug store: '
.- to visit their daughter. Mrs. ,
..... .. ...,.,.;"... ..- George W. Khale. Later they will --
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go to Pennsylvania where Dr MERCANTILE CO.
Walters Is scheduled to preach the
: ;." 219. opening sermon of his former Con. --NOTICE- D & B Located At Ladies Rayon

: .95 ference. After the visit at tht 1005 10th STREfrfSTARKE PANTIES
w t 8." .... Conference they will go to Virginia THE MARLIN .
Mode IB-74 .h r''..J''It" to- visit Mrs. Walters relatives FLA- n.- Up to xxx Sie47c
and Rev. Walters relatives in FACTORY SERVICE
I **, &" *** GET A 's4wst.C .
;. I North Carolina.
1'R.On Hutcherson Sunday August Associate 19 Mr. Lay W, Has Been Purchased By We LOSE -- Your GAIN -- BE IN LINE AT 9 A. M.

C aouse Leader of the Gainesville will be
; g I guest speaker at the Methodist A. C. WilliamsFormer
,Church. There will be no evening: OPEN 9A.M. SHARP

' SPEED......-ELECTRIC. ...." P'II.RANGE with_ services. WatchmakerFrom DOORS
Mrs. Frank Jones had all her Men's 8i
MIRACLE SEALED OVEN guests last Friday, Mrs. M ''I. FRIDAY AUG. 1 17th SS and Boys LS
Base Mr. Alice Dorlty, and I Mien ,
, "" t. (perfect baking In any rack position) Nancy Wesley of Qalnesvlllu and GRUENWATCfIFACTORY Sport Shirts
Here's a big 40-Inch Range that includes Mrs. Lena Hatchcll of Florence
the famous
Westinghouse Miracle Sealed Oven .and at an economy South Carolina. FREE GIFTS 'TO 100adults entering Our Store 1.37 ea.Men's
''c, I'L t frte Its new Fiberglas HeatGuard Seal keeps the heat Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edward .
Siwide the oven where it belong.,out of your kitchm. Beat and family of Atlanta, Georgiawere
of all. you can bake in any rack position and get perfect guesta of his parent. Mr. and And Will Now Be Known Friday August 17th Nothing to buy A1FREE!
'\\I',> results every time. r Mrs.W. II. Edwards Br. during! Ilia r -, ,
; As ,
You'll like thin big Westinghouse. Challenger with its week. r ;'
t 3 I Rat COROX Units, built-in.6-quart Econo-Cooker: The many friends of Mrs. J. H. trllJ _
,,. r.' Ttoi-A-Glanc. Controls and storage space galore. Yen, Moore will be Interested 1.0( know
., you'll: like everything from oven to.prtce tag.See it today. that she Is patient of.St. Vlntenu WILLIAfflSJEWELRY Hoy's Blue Men'slilue Ladi Y Nylon. Shirts
f Hospital, Jatksonvllle where the DenimDungarees Chambray Skip, Dent Brand
: you CAN BI SURE..IP ITS Wrstinghousc went for treatment. They all wish Work Now
her speedy recovery,
The Deacons of the First Bap- SHIRTS HOSENow 1.97 ea.
tist Church met last Monday night
C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO. for their regular study 126 Court Street 6 to 16 sizeNow 15 to 17 sizeNow
. They were studying the c"urlle'j ,
Starke Fla.
Call Street Starke Fla, Phone 13 chapter a book, : .
,, Deacons." The pastor, the "'\ev. ... .. -
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.. -' Each I

While They- Last Won't Last Long Watt 4.97 and up

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1.88 ea.
:Men'sSummer Ladies tk Cbild

; Dungarees
UeJ{. 3.95 ValueNow Men's WorkSOCKS
''Re*, 8.05 Value
Chevrolet alone offers Nftw .

this Team! Now
complete Pow.er ;i

Now 19c pr.Men's .
Automatic Transmission 1.98 4.97 <

Elttra-Powerful lOS-h.p. w """' 2j1JlURUY

Valv.-in-Head Engirt, rlt ; Pair Pair. Shoes and

EconoMlsor Rear Axle + Don't WaitFOLLOW each OXFORDSNow

PowergliJe Is first finest and only 1'
fully proved automatic transmission In the 3.74
low-price field. Gives you simplest,smoothest pr.
latest no-shift driving .at. lowest cost. Just press the accelerator to GO press the brake THE CROWDS
No clutch gearshifting even.
a hint of gear change In forward driving! to STOP. It's the simplest, smoothest, safest Boy's School Where MA SAVES PA'S OUGH t snarl

And-outstanding as it is-Powerghde is ... driving I I you ever I Imagined I PANTS
only one member of Chevrolet's marvelous ,\ 6 to 18 Yrs. .

automatic .power of PownaliJ.team.'Combination !. Automatic Transmititon .' Now D & B MERCANTIL COe Boy's SchoolOXFORDS

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and Mrs. R. C and Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Edgeljiof I II supper at the Klngsley Lake hoRteof
I Presbyterian Church Baptist Church Methodist Church Long Starke and and their little daughter Glen St. Mary. Mr. and Mr I: Mr. and Mrs. John Rltch Town- I
IM OUR I Columbus, Georgia I W. A. Knight enjoyed a picnic send'Friday.
Billie Ann, of
Sermon topic for Sunday, August I A cordial Invitation Is extendedto Dr. R. E. Rutland, newly appointed '
Additional Sunday dinner guest* ,,
19: "Where Is District Superintendent of i -
Your Heart all to worship at the First Baptist -
\? Mr
3 JTT '. Sunday School at 9:45: a.m Church the only alr-condltlon the Gainesville District of the of Mr. and Mrs. Long were their cc-;
Friendship Class 10 a.m. ed church In Starke, and to hear Methodist Church,* will be guest and Mrs. E. M. Longand Starke Hear Pastor Bob
of ;
In daughter Mary Ann
Rev. Halnes morning. at speaker at the 11 o'clock service
Young will hold Sunday
People a Joint the First Methodist'Church, Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Q. O. Long and Guy 8 P.M."GOD'S .
meeting with the Methodist Young eleven bring the third In a series
of Fort Pierce and Mr. and I I
day 19. The pastor I Long
of Addresses by; morning Aug.
r People at the Methodist Church at messages August .
in Church Church of God8th T-00: p.m. Mr, George McMastei the Apostles with the sermon thU the Rev.Methodist Thomas Q.Youth Mitchell Camp will in Lees-be at I Mra. .G.and B. Mrs Colson John of Breaker.Mr. Godwin and BLOCKADE ON THE ROAD
&: St. Clair SLs. will lead a discussion regardingThe week Paul Persecutes Paganism I and Billy.
L extend a with: burg teaching the course on their sons, Johnny Ray TO HELL"FIRST
--huron The adult choir will sing
|' be- Sunday School 1& a.m. Presbyterian Church at this Vocation" the Del and Mrs. Lloyd Suggs and her ,
I'll School "Choosing a at
Bible hour. Mr. Mona Canova at the organ.Sunday '
Ei with C W ColsonTtendent. Sunday Morning Worship 11 am evening Rev Halnes egated Youth Assembly of the I daughter, Linda, spent SaturdayIn BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
Our Supply Pastor will\ also of Mr. and Mrs ,
Service 7:30 ... Florida Conference Methodist Sparr as guests
There areLi Sunday Evening : pm message will be "A Good Mail I
l, ao bring your whole Y. P. EA Service Tuesday 7:30: p.mPrayer I preach Methodist the Church evening, sermon at 8:00: at p.m.the Lost". The youth choir directed by I the Youth former Fellowship of Dr.the Rutland Seminole i I. I W.Jane N. Smith.Rtcharde had as her visitor Bible School 10 A.M. Don Hill Supt.

JWorship service be- Meeting Thurad y 7:30: p.m The Topic will be "God of Power". Geo. Jones will sing Hammond.with Miss I Heights Methodist pastor Church in, Thursday and Friday of last B.T.U. 7 1>>.1\1. Otto Hicks Sr., Director
Julia Lawson at the
L"*'. Supper at I Prayer Meeting Wednesday The, period of gospel singing will' Tampa. I week Jackie Hobbs of9tarKe.. Welcome"
Church With Friendly
am.Christians. Morning St. Edward's Catholic 8:00 pm. be led by the Pastor, and The Sunday, services begin with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Knight and "The The

I Church School at 9:43: : a.m. their children of Atlanta. Georgia .. .
I:30. are meeting Rev. Francis, J. Duqleavy, P''I' At The TabernacleOne Youth Choir will "bring hour a Bong 18, Senior and Intermediate Youth are spending their two weeks' vacation : ', ..' ': ,
people -worahlp
I g the Methodist tor. festival pre 7:43. Fellowships meet at 7 p.m. George with Mr. and Mra.! W. A . .. .,
wiUi at : -
lectures belt Sunday Mass at 9.13: a. m. of the most Important meetings R. McMaster, supply paator at the Knight and other r latlve.. .. .
Eple for the of the Tabernacle Is the Sunday School meets at 9:4! On occasions last week
various church Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. First Presbyterian Church will discuss seperate
on the Ladies Auxiliary and Prayer Services with teachers and classes for al his denomination In the second Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swindall and
jn, This begins each Confessions Saturday 5:00: to of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev.
Plan to be prosimff 8.00 P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M.Children's the needs of many peopleare ages under the supervision of a series on the beliefs of othei their young son of Starke and Mr ,
|7 p m. met with clothing groceries Mr. Orle Wiggins Training Union and Mra. Stevens of Kingsley Pastor
with you. I Catechism Classes, churches. Presbyterian young Lewis D. Ilainea,
someone WednesJ Saturday 10:00: a m. etc., as well as words of cheer and gathers at 6.45; for training people will be guests at this serv- Lake were visitors of Mr. and !Mrs\
[Meeting every comfort. Boxes of clothing are church membership with Mr, J. T ice. P. S. Crew. Jefferson & Court Streets- In The Heart Of Town
the 6th Chap- Adult Religious Instruction
studying packed for Missionaries In home Lawson, director. Mid-week service Mrs. Lucretia Roberta.,.ot Lake
Mr JcMaster will also preachat PHONES: Office 23 i rastorlum 130
courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M.,
ans. Is held each week 7t43 on
and at with Mr and
foreign stations. The Butler spent Monday .
prayer the Sunday evening service at
liner Swindall, Minister "nd, by' special appointment. In
with the Pastor
meeting takes care of their spiritual Wednesday 8 p.m. Miss Barbara McCombwill Mrs. W. A. Knight.
needs. charge of the Bible Study.A be hostess. at the fellowshiphour Mr. Enloe Bradahaw of Mt SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M., 7M5 P.M.

ITSELF in'2 to 10 Minutes! : Doreen, Frances, and Jean will friendly welcome will be received In the educational building, Dora was the guest of Mr. and Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:.15 P.M.
is be present Sunday morning at 11 by all who attend these following the evening service. Mrs. R. H. Cox Monday. Enlce PJV1.
o'clock to sing for the congre- services at the First Baptist ot Prayer Meeting is held every Bradnhaw, Jr., who had been with MIDWEEK. ,
gation, accompanied by Betty Jeanat Starke. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Every. Mr. and\ Mrs. Cox for the past two r .r
the piano Rev. Hendon H. one Is cordially invited to join In weeks returned to Mt. Dora with Morning Service "Paul Persecutes: I'aganism"Evening

gs1EYSNELVdWO1/; Brown will deliver the message. ciiritcii or.JKSI\S the study of "Favorite Chapters of. his mother. Mr. Bradshaw la associated Service _"A Good Man Lost"

They are from Toccoa Falls In OF L.TTF.ICy CHRIST the Bible". In the cattle business In .. r" ,. .
stitute. that section of the State.
Masonic Call Street. VISIT TilE CllunclI WITII TilE VISITING ASTOR
An Interesting program Is being TIlEltE CHRISTIAN Together with their guests Mr .. .. ,. . t
prepared for the Youth for Christ Sunday School every Sunday; CHURCH and Mrs. Gordon Jones and family '. '" .. .. .
morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services served!
The Lord's. Supper was
meeting Saturday night. See the I
':30 p.: m. A cordial invitation. Sunday evening at the Christian ; ,
I new leader In action. I
is extended to all. .Church for the first time In almostsix I'll.
years. Plan to be at the preach Prices Good
-==:= ====-=-- = = =-=--:..=--= ::..:: -=--=--=- __ _,:::3"' ing services there Friday evening

at 8 o'clock. Interest\ fine ant:
tho crowds are good. Tell you IJ1tIUJEU Friday Saturday
lends and neighbors to come anC: .. .
ry hear the GUI Jerusalem Gospe !: .
proclaimed In Its fullness. Hornet AUG.
f II n II I .Suliidiill Message of Starke will bring' the I .

else ., -. -- ..
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EVAN: HOB GRAY '_ ,uig'Worshlp Sunday IOth St.School and 11 a.9.43 Temple: m.agm.t:' Evangells Ave.! Morn-. SAUSAGE MEAT. Fresh Ground, Lb. 49c

l 15% Doan tic Services 7OO: p. m. Everyone

MOM.And Pay To 18 REVIVAL REVIVALHope veicomo.CK.MKTKRY:. WORKING PINEAPPLE, Fancy Sliced, No. 2 Can 25c

r.C.pedty 9.! seals fe.t.

., There will be a cemetery working .. --, -. -" --. ,
othing else like at the New River cemetery, all
Con-Free" Auto- 0 r Baptist Church'TIIERESSA day Thursday, August 23. Everyone 1 t I
i la invited and should bring) '
oetingl!The 'I'
8 their own lunch ** plan have I
Shelvador* I
new been made for dinner 'on the
tors defrost them' I grounds. "' ALASKA I
fast that frozen foods o AUG. 19th TILL-? 8 P.M. [ cJ

begin to thaw! t I Ed Saxon Song Leader'Soloist. STATE'= FARM I a moo ''TALL CAN,

z '.
I t: : '
Ity Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld
All WelcomeMerle

CTRIC SERVICE SUPPLY Mrs. L., F. Chapman left Fridayfor

ite, Owner Starke Fla. Packham, Pastorfe'll Gordon Carolina.a two In weeks'Wayncivllle atay at the, North Hole TURNIP GREENS, No. 2 Cans, each - lOc

= ---- ====.::=--=====.::-=- Miss Cecil McRae and Andre
-- McRae of McIntosh were guestsof '
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell and -' lOc
their daughters Thursday evening

of MSgt.last: week.O. B. Thompson of Fort ,

'DE N Bragg. North Carolina was the .
overnight guest of Mr. and MrsR. 3 LB. CANBakeRite
S. Rosier last Tuesday He was
accompanied home by Mrs
Thompson and their daughters,
Becky Sue and Peggy Lee, who
had been with Mr. and Mra. Roslei 79c !
the unused
I buy mileage for the past several week

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crews, Jr,
had a* their Sunday victors Mr
f and Mrs. Bill Harrell of Jacksonville I .. I
n tire and Delyne Crew of Lawtey Lli "
worn _
your Before her recent marriage Mrs _
Harrell was Father Crews and
with her parents Mr. and Jllrs. M ,
U Crews formerly resided here. JELLO 3 For -
xchange[ them for During; the past week Miss ,
Peggy Caldwell spent several day. ,

New SaferOOOfYE4R her with Klngslejr.Miss and Sue Mrs.Lake Biggs B.cottage.Mr. M.of Starke'Williams. at COCA COLAS, 6 Bottle Carton, Plus"Deposit 19c

Marlon Williams and Mrs. Her.
man Calloway of Orange: Beach,
Alabama and Mr. and Mrs. M. B I ,
Wheelock of Eagle Lake came
j/f/f/ during the last week to visit Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Williams. .
Thursday Mr. and Mrs M. L.
Crews, Jr., their little daughterNell L
and Delyne Crews of Lawtey ; ,
TIRES TODAY! jZllill'I were overnight guests of,Mr, anf KIM-.TALL I
Mrs. Fred Dees In Plant City, I '
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dean form

1 you're driving on smooth fire you're courting trouble. 90% erly of Btarke, are now residing In I I
< the Elston apartment Mr.Dean It
'foil tire failure occur during the) lost 10% of tire life. Stop j f i 1'i connected with the Farm account-

owlets before It itarU. We'll buy the> lost, dangerous mile t department

"YOUr old tire. W.',. plenty for them because ., Quests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C
"*. have customer waiting)for recap and we can't deliver f Maurice Long last Edwards.week were Jr.Mr.and and their Mrs. PEACHES, No. 2 Can, Oak Hillreach '- '- 21c
"tout tires to recap*So take advantage of our offer. Get 1 w, 't'ttot t baby son,. Thomas Mitchell of
1 of new, afe'r' Goodyear tires now. while we're paying 3 ? ;- t /
''g ,i ICE CREAM Sally Southern Pints
prices /for old ,trM. 1 r f 19c


You Pay as little as .
can buy ,

on PAY our PLAN EASY A $125 WEE K Stop at this sign of .''i# BACON Smoked LB. 39 C I'

Tire Service Headquarters offer the people of 8&arU I .

M4 vicinity one of the we.easodera

,. ,
,> '.. and finest equipped i I

weldlsis shop Mywhcre.

Service Center Station All Work Guaranteed LARD 48 Lb. Can Home Made '


., .
Phone 206 V. S. 301 at South City Limits Starke FU- SOAP Palmolive 3 Mediums '
Tempi Ave. Stark 25c

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AUG171953 L 'A. .


Brooker To Begin Instructors CourseIn !Mikey Browning McGray Picked Up f-

I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN Farm Income Garbage Collections ; First Aid I Will ParticipateIn By Deputy Marshall r hn, s.

Other Improvements Given By Red Cross Air Race Johnel McGray. the 17 year )Id Jag pTam

In State youth arrested here
VII "" 1
city-sponsored gal ago driving a stolencar -w.0500,
family of his wife and!
Keystone has pad her share of consisting; I residents finished the First H. Browningof
and Mrs Roy
bage collection aervlce will be Inaugurated County Mr. has been picked up by a dep.
unusual visitors but probably none! foul sons, some time this week The'last five years have broughta In the Town of Brocket i Aid Instructor's course given this the Florida Aviation 'Academy uty marshall from Jacksonville Lnwt; a+
more Interesting than the one who They have not yet located a house 21 cent Increase In cash 'week by the American Red Cross t
per today (Friday) for the first tlnn according an
will by
S. held Its Heights, participateIn
here last The M. regular Keystone
put in an. appearance I sales of all Florida farm productsthe In Its history In the school cafeteria at Bradford the sheriff's, office this week. He
week. Early Thursday afternoon, monthly business and program State Chamber of Commerce A breakdown showed there the ail-women International all
This progressive step was talon la scheduled to be tried in the Juvenile -
at the
a family group was gathered on meeting Church Thursday I from tc b"t4is.
reported this week.In at the was at leant one teacher race from the Airport Court there
the porch of the Denmark homeon Aug. 0. Officers for the year beginning regular meeting of the Clt\ several
Lake Geneva. Someone noticed Oct. 1 were elected. Mrs 1948 Florida farmers and Council held Monday night ai" every school In the county housewife, Windsor, Canada beginning No word has been received as tc .

a movement In the water. Then Ernest: Davis Ja the new Presl fruit and vegetable growers sold presided over by Chairman I.. A I two National students Guardsmen and a Dollceman.I a 8:30: a.m. Sunday. The women) will what should be done with the cat aN1k Y

.. before the startled and incredulous I dent. their crops for a total of $413,071 Mott. I compete for the $2,000 cash prizes which the youth was driving. How kea

eyes of the watchers, a sleek brown The Adult Union of the Baptist (000. Increased production and Several other civic improvements Those attending from Starke provided by the Greater Orlando ever the sheriff's office said, that

head roue out of the water, looked I I: Training Union Invites all adults greater values punned the total tc i made possible by cigarette were: Clarence Cooper Billy of Commerce. i the Insurance company will probably else o"nS N
. cautiously about and then 'ap I to visit the Union next Sunday $498,330.000 In 1950, the highest tax funds now being collected by I Dansby Lawrance Gibson Wilbur make some attempt to sellIt Mwlblis

proached the shore. A long shining night, 6:43: to 7:45: Topic for dill'cuulon annual farm Income on reco'd.1! Florida municipalities, were announced Griffin, James C. Hobbs, Curtis Miss Browning will serve as copilot here because of the high cost

brown body followed. The creature'''1' will be "What the goal ol The comparable national .Increasewas at this tim,. Among these Malone? Kate Sbeppard, Lemue'Williams : and navigator for Mrs. Helen of transporting. back to New ter

stood a moment uncertainly and the Christian should be." 17 per cent. I were: a general cleanup Including [ and Eugene Whittle; McBride of Apopka, who t.'sponsored York. b.1brut'
'I I
then, apparently satisfied that all Rev. and Mrs. J. Halph Neale the debris from the Hirrell store Brooker James Parker; Graham
In addition to cash receipts the Falrchlld- Funeral McGray was picked here
was well, began to romp and roll are In Nassenett Springs, Va. I building that burned 'some time Ruth I FYazler; Hampton Ola by up
on the sand like "a playful dog. I''From there they will go to Cambridge Florida farmers and growers consumed ago, and several big trees thai jl Perkins and Josephine Thomas; : Home of Orlando. They will be flyIng when a representative of thesheritf' 1

The group on the porch .were a I I, Ohio to visit relatives Rev $22,443,000 of their own were blown down during th! past. Lawtey! Jewell T. Roberts; and the personal plane of Wally office thought he acted

. little frightened but a neighbor I I Neale who has just resigned at same product.In 1946.In 1950, and virtually the I year; cleaning and painting the I Mattie Ellis, Alachua. Shans, Florida State Aviation strangely on his stopped tale which him didn't and chucked .

hastily summoned on the telephone pastor of the community Church fire truck; completing the fir I The five-day course consisted olIS quite.

Identified the visitor as and i will go to the Presbyterian Churchin This week's business review of' station Including a cement Gent hours of standard first all! : Director. ring true. W.C.

otter a peaceable and harmless 1'alatka in September the State Chambers research and and painting; and Installing tw1 I study 12 hours of advanced study Mlkey has been flying glidersfor

animal. How long he would have { James Carter, who has been Industrial division, lists the Increase new street lights. I four hours study of civil defense the past five years and holde Real Estate TransfersMr. "IT "H.LBr A,|

remained, no one knows for cu- organist. and choir director In the In receipts from livestockand Mayor Hewlett :f. Anderson material and three hour general her Instructor's rating in gliders l'R'F.i'\S' BET

riosity got the better of some of Community Church for a year livestock products as $27 million stated that all home owners ir I II' orientation section. The course and a", private ticket in powered .' and Mrs. J. 9. Norman sold U..s ('1IJLDk

the watchers on the porch and they has resigned to take 'up his duties ((3t per cent from 1916 tc Brooker are asked u. cooperate by' was taught by A. S. Huffman of aircraft. She has competed several 00 acres south of State Road 223: TO K\: 0TllAr'

slipped out on the lawn to get a'' as principal of the Consolidated: 1950. The sale of cattle and calves I' providing closed containers foi I Northeast Louisiana State College times in glider contests, but to J. W. Gasktna for $",MO. 5'1'1\EJCE: : IS Sorr]

better view.' The otter took fright Elementary School at Cades, S. C accounted for $17 million of this 'their garbage. It will be collected I I currently on thq summer staff of this will be her first time In a Emma P. Hill Lawtey,'has pur OR A."
slipped Into the water and dla-1| A successor has not yet been appointed Increased livestock: income every Friday and disposed of all the Red Cross. powered event competition. She chased the home of Mr. and Mrs AL .SELF l'01'n

appeared among the reeds. He de- I : All field fruit and vegetable the 'lung oil plant' d'linplnK This program he said Is part oi taught in Arthur Murray's dancing Harry W. Lappe on Church St. 0.\IU> TO SoUSE ,

parted.. mysteriously as he came. New' Commission Member. crops brought $(;8 million ((17 percent grounds, where l ulldossrr v.11 the overall State plan to equip: studio In Beaumont Texas: last Mr. and Mrs E. R. Hammond W WHICH
No one has reported seeing him' The Town Planning Commission ) more in 1050 than in 1916 / plow It under at intervals.. public school teachers for the year. Although this was quite different Starke, sol*their property on State I I I WITH tNTOLDDlJMK :

since but for at least a few min-i met last Thursday In the Woman't Increased citrus receipts being Anderson said that tho two n"u, teaching of first aid to senior from instructing In glidersshe Road 100 t.o.James'_ I* Phillips ( TIIO 1\8 |

utes, some Keystone residents had I. Club with eight members present. primarily responsible for this gain will make a total ol high school students, says that "In both fields you Brooker. Amount of the trans. I,! 1'IIYSKIV.N TO C q.

a chance to see a little of life as Two new members ,were Intro.I and offsetting7 a decline In truck street lights at intersection stress grace and beauty." i action was $7,500. TORI)
It used to be along Lake Geneva, I duced Col. McDowell and H. L. crop aales.GIRL nine with a light every
the business sec' Home Demonstration
j I. before there were so many people Morgan replacing Frank Walrath through
I I I school house to the
, ; about that an otter has become a and E. T. Martin for the Rotary SCOUT NEWS tlon. from the I Club Members -

curiosity and a nine-day wonder. Club. By-laws were adopted and

(Vramlr Drmorml ration some Informative books and pamphlets Instead of a meeting last Fri. mill.The Mayor stated tnat all obligations I Enjoy Picnic Outing

\ Thirty students from the University were distributed for study day, we went to Mrs. James Black. of The city have been paid
TJie Brooker Home
'. of Florida, spent the day Date of the next meeting was not shear's place on Kingsley Lake to and a fund of around gf(()) ha Demonstration
Club enjoyed a picnic at Keystone
;< In Keystone on Tuesday Aug. 7. decided. take our swimming tents. Those been accumulated from the cigarette
,I Beach afternoon !
They were members of the Teacher Miss Donna Fangbnrn bad* a. I who will receive their swimming tax. Thursday

t, Training Department and were /for guests last Tuesday, Patsy badges as a result of the tests are: "We feel that this money should I i of last week. Members and guests
brought their children and all hue:?
1 guests of Mrs. J. Ralph Neale. Miller, of Gainesville Gene Dor- Alice Faye. Newman EllHsa Stefanelli. be spent In making some much 1

", Mrs Neale, who Is an authority on soy of Atlanta and Jim Plokle oi I Jane Brandt and Pat Hobbs needed improvements, he said j I I a ter.refreshing swim in the lake wa "Why Our Family

ceramics gave for them a demonstration I Nashville Donna returned to Those who recently received
After the swim
on the uses of clay, both Gainesville to spend a week with their community badges ire: Marilyn Eleven Guardsmen everyone spread
baskets of
f commercially and In art work for I'at Miller. I Cox, Pat Hobbs Ellsaa Sifti food on the park table

schools. This Is the third such Mr. and Mrs. Pangborn had as" anelll, Vida Jean Gentry and Jane Receive PromotionsThe The blessing was asked by. Mrs.

f.l demonstration she !has given foi guests from Thursday till Satur i Brandt. I Eugene Crosby

; the department. Part of the group: day Mr. and Mrs. John Calvin and A'awlmmlng amt, promotions of 11 men In Enjoying: the occasion were Mrs 13
party picnic the local National Guard unit were Lottie Edwards Miss Lubedla Pin- owns Dodge cci C
,. went to the beach pavllllon for a their three sons from Hollywood. I has been planned for this Friday holster Mrs. !
swim before returning home. Fla. from 9:30: until 2:30.: Any girl announced this week by Captain EUgene Crosby and
Hugh B. Ingram commanding officer Ann Carolyn Kelly, Mrs. Howard
Rev. F. D. Gant has accepted Terry Barr, granddaughter of who Is Interested in Joining the ..
of the local unit. : Wait Mrs. James Crosby Mrs
.' rail to become pastor of the First Mrs Peggy Pflefer has had another I Girl Scouts Is Invited to meet Inez Green and children "I 1 wet tint In our large family to awn a Dedge" driving, they all began t. twlng; sew s ld,
Mrs. Robert
Baptist Church. He conies here eye operation and Is reported with them at the Scout House on The met'and their ranks were: ( ay* Frank Prr.ttl. VfMdbridg., Coon "But once Teddy my family awn 1 13 Dodge ran mi\11\<
f Church St. at 3 pni. Sgt. Rodney P. Hall Sgt. F C: Hlers and children, Mrs. Eve. the rail .1 th. .mitt family row my Dodge, Dodge truck* and thal't went fleet 1

i. Jane .Brandt, Scribe. Cpl. Randal F. Chitty, Sgt; Cpl rett Gainey.and children, Mrs. Homer ( red In it. campared It with th. car* they were Dodge volu* and d.p.edablity".

Charles J. Schaefer, Sgt. ; Pfc Gainey, and Miss Dorothy

ffS OUT/N F/lONr BAKE SALE Billy D. Danaby, Cpl.; Pfc Cranvll I Rose Nineteen were present.

::: "tV/ W/TW EVERYTHINtf"SUPER./ Methodist The Senior Church Choir will if hold the a baked First D.Priest Priest, Cpl;Cpl Pvt-2: Pfc Arvin William Sumner V I I Free Salad Sets

Jr.; Cpl; Pvt. Connie Clark. Pfc VI
goods sale on Saturday morning ,mil Mark Opening
Lyon Hamilton Pfc Harold
from 0 to 12 In front of the Blade ; I
Gas Co. Miss Sharon Hall and Norman, Pfc; and pyt. Joseph Of Gay's Norge Agency
Warren Pfc. '
Miss Carolyn Keen will be In '

charge of the sale,, it was announced Adolph Cay local service station .
1 siorBig \KPSAIJE! owner and a Starke
this week by Mrs. G. S resident

'oj. I Newcomb, bake sale chairman The Senior Choir of the FIr"1 for 18 years, has announced the

I,' New Full-Width Speed Freezer Holds 49 IBs.. of Frozen Foods Proceeds of the sale will go Intc Methodist Church of Starke will opening the new of line his of showroom Norge Home featuring 1 0
the fund for the! new Methodist sponsor a Bake Sale, Saturday Appliances -
for this
Church organ.to morning July 28, In front of the Saturday morn-
ing. Every visitor will receive
Slade Gas Company on Call I I.
be doing well: complete salad
set free he said
10I Street. Mrs a. S. Newcomb!
Mrs. R. A. Weeka Inn from Saturday
at the It morning on.
chairman .
of the Bake Sale, announces I
expecting her daughter )[ Wit- Besides handling all sales
I rs. of
ii that special features this You could .e/A.-.... ...-..-' w..
w.a ... v.sr.ti lard LaMort. this week. week will be lemon and coconuts I Norge appliances In this district. pay up to HG'OO more .,:;....dene. ........ --
,, ./f'. .........:.. .". wuAL":.. .. .. .,. Mrs. Walter Huckeba and son pies and white cakes. The proceeds Gay said that he will also per and not get all the extra room, riding convfbri BIDE raDEMON31RA110e
v' '''' ..II:I :::: :::::: spent a week with Mrs. Eula form all service functions pertain. ,
Walker They have returned of the sale will go Into the ing to the Norge line. He said and famous dependability of Podge A'MAOIC-MIIEa DEfEB
,t1 r tc fund to purchase an organ for the R AND
(f I If ; their home in Sandersvtllt, Oa. new Methodist Church. that he appreciates ,,the business I ONCI YoU get a taste of Dodge roominess and DODGE I yAlu
residents of the county have .
I (;t.: ..1:..... J;. .,11' III r.1J him at the service station given end VALUE once. .you. your we Dodge good judgment bigger' dollarfordollar tells-

: hopes that they will see f\-\ to you that here la the car for you and your family!
\. 0 sI visit his
Norge showroom.
;. Now Kdiaa Comfort

'f J, Today you want a car ihat'i built to last {

t\, .- COt.onKr TIEr.r-M tr and woman FOR SAL.R-Hnud* I II' K 3'Lumber $350.! Lions Plan Event one hat saves' you .money mile slier mile. And you
i for maintenance work Now HO per M LMIro. llghlpiuiit want comfort, '00. You want a car thai protects: you 1 ,
Klnaley 1-.arh. _tf used poultry feeder, Movea, Honoring Sen. Johns from bumru and join-even over back roads or
.\ t eater.. furniture buriculn. J. D Plans detours With the new Dodge Orillow Ride, bumpy
WEDDING AND BIHTHDAT CAKE8 Overatreet. Ht. I. Boa .. were made for a smokei roads _
II', I. wl.y. ruts and chuck holes melt eea-e .e ,.
magically .
-13 up. Ordr taken .t Dahmer e P'-' Dip 1124 In honor of Senator Charley Jahna aw.y.Come
flirt Bhoppe, Phone ee-J. tf to be heW In and judge for yourself. See I it don't
FOR RENT-Two room .ntlAor'; Un- at his camp on Crystal spree that could you ..lIn_ I tellevlfigl. I You sit Speed See
you pay to J1.000 for *
up more
ii 1 j I I 111 lARdiIILiL: KIMflKU SEWING MacMn Con furnlahed, Ua-hta. runnlnr water. Lake next Wednesday night, and still run get all the extra a car and rule In comfort In a !-
puny, Lake City Via., Priori. 8110, olley Road dust South nt Florida I during the regular and room ruling comfort, Itoilir There'. .look' of elbow Elae our rt
will r.palr your machine In lip Power Light Co. office T.l.. meeting of tht safety famous dependability| of Dodge room. Irs room, head room. ee lnsf P'S I
top ".....Utlon. r.ft i>nahlv. phone U. ".hlt Starke Lions Club Wednesday
UK. only vermin Sinner part.. night. The occasion I
our service vae will pick up and FOR nJlNT-on. bedroom 'Oltaee plannet
1FM delivery ...,..1". upon rfUat. on Walnut Kt. Attractlvily. to celebrate Johns' re-entering the
New Singer' maititu are ...aU. nlehed all modern convenlen.ee.| club after a leave-of-absence tc J. P. Roberts Moto
able on raonwbla term 4IIK Walnut Bt or phone 01 Itchy attend Uie 1931: Legislature.

.. house; FOR SAt.K-Twn wheel trailer... dinner
w WANTED TO BUY email In 4 A of chicken wjj serveu '
S ? make! ISHV.! | 1951 lluen.,
of M. term Htark.. Hoi Writ 411 giving p. price Itp and lilt ..par. .wheel and tire Nw Tarpaulin during meeting by Coach J. C.Hobbe Temple Ave. STARKE P
I ,, Telephone MJ or writ I. G. Harris and Maxie ,
:1 t' FOR RUNT-Furnished apirtment. W 4S1 i tp Carter.
,: ... I Two bedroom. Center of Ky
\. Ifood3c .ton.. Murray'stfundrl... Phone FOR 8At.T. male hn... I Hg itch I'lt' epotted Poland 1.' B
Whit., Kt., 0. Box, TI. Stnrk.. -
FOR Rtr.NT-I room residence. .a.l Sin ,IS4 -
Hlarke, 119 per month D. 1'':.
FOR 8ALI<:V-I. ..
1T H .r..o. Highway
Knight' lip I'|
.till, with malr etor and (.room
at- your gerHpsIt. FOR BALE-Strawberry, runners by houn Alan I chicken hnu.. A.
the bed Finest MI..lon.ry plantaJ rhlcken' Ve.et ble* and tnoostrawberry
T Land. I mile South at Stark plant.. Mull and bus.trswb.rrv

<( '. .. ..)'? to reach rvtrythnf in this big convenient on 1. HOT Hlrrhwar t5, "'.rk.'00.. Fla Addrcas en Rout*; tfFOK .. .. Furniture plnnta and Mnlll fixture Imlntlillerrlc .. SUItE, YOU CAN DO SOMETHING
Rar bar.aln. Sell 01 *1An" .
of all food la 6aa.rlipreiKb'
"Super-Scor"-7296 are
8AI.B-Nine room noun*, I reasonable term. J W, Schul'*.
Shelves soil Butter Bia in the door. Two ipacious ac'rea. 3 e.e ararasr, ehlekn hnuae.pecana. t ml. north of pout office, Lawty, ABOUT THE

Humidity drawer on roller Two sliding ab.I.... an. 101.OntMl Price Inratlunfur.right. Phone huaUnea 1"1" tt WEATHER. .

Rack with containers. Waldo III tip lilt FOR HAt.K-1 chicken*. || *arh.
Leftover 3 cleartop
Swingouc -. Will wlr.! away in *ool rtmlllesereral .
Roomy nil-bottle son*. Com in '* FOR SALIC-4i acre term fertile.nil. puppies I week nM r WMrhilll '
t ml.! north of poet office
fenved al hnua. barn.
: room
and see M in great features! QfiQ Q > Carafe, other building' metal' t....,.". Fill ItLOCTTen YOUI
roofn: sraaay lawn. shade. p.
can. and fruit treeat elertrlolty.dep billfold Wedneadavnlaht
Full width chiller fray well, running. water In pa.* either.! at Mamntnn Ijik. or BEDROOM OR OFFICE
In. Stark. Reward
If returned tow
twre. Two mltea from town on .. .
Automatic defrost Indicator school bus rout Ranonab1*- Hoet T bn fftmrkekxi lip

Automatic door latch and deer safety sloptustprof t'nah. or. term, H. II. Hamilton m sn.ne ltF.pu..nt
wt ,. Fl. Itp all .... til M...4... pBNNIRS =
aluminum helve ._ FOR BALK-I McCaakvv rain ra-la. ............. eaerwn ........ee p0R

$.Y.or Prelection Plan on famous Thrlftmatlvr Unit tee Htat.sand Inspected.. newt: t 1 Klertrle Tol.d..II..I.Coca-., yaf w.Cwe.-.n ..r t.. IIR..n........ ..... amt A pp5l'

Cola boa I..' good condition; t t- AuY/
tt. Chow <'***. Twin Pin. Oron.Ht FOR ffat.R-Mfttrawberr-r plants 14per
I. Rca US AA Starke, r.... D thonand or will ...11| bv the
Model Shown -- Only 59.95 Down A .h....I. Owner ln "H4 .Orlffl h... P. I.nn4 0 Rne IS mllea!. Route. turn 1/1'1",'."t.In FAN

t. T-Billfold between Farmer Ride. road 1-' mil. N. r .
Market and fltark. R.t"'" to man. Ire "II.IIAt.F"MAN SYSTEMS FOl
Telegraph Office, Reward Itp WANTED .
"".,,.... tit von In tm.ln. ..e Reliant Selling; YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE
FOR BALK 4 riding horace food '
Other Models For as Little as $JIJ}$ Down and condition Can b* na4l for farm ""n "m." "" tinneehnM. nepeeal.tie ,.
work. Mar b* .*... at Y Jol C A. Readfned County fltif ail.
...ennHrtn ..'.......*... Rawte1rh'S
$10J5 Per Month Camp Immokal near KvyatAn
H.lahta. Can b.. 1lvreil. to purechaser [1..P'..rHITT Memphis. TennA .
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after Prld.,. Ana-nal IT 1
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WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE FOR" t41LE--Two room ho>i... la re* .men..... with In Rrark.-nowt.wood ..... for In*".. nen .

'I bedroom pecan tr and..*.. klteben.rnnnlnar. water nle, lawn.wired tined hen 5111..,.."....n..I"ulna ..,..mml._"c .a.'Inn I....._. ,
for e.etrh-ttv. lust off CorlevRoad .. -
222-221 Temple Ave. On U. S. 301 shoat H mil. ,....... 8'*rk* reset... n ,.....1" .at .., Vida'' PtCq "
Pride for KITCHENS
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PHONE 166 STARKE. FLA. RI I. fake ('It". Fl.. ltrh. 5,0 wm low di..e. _
dooms aw.nd. .. .... .
wp'w.i room ..... .
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DirK I r ON ANY MAJORAPPLIANCE e. _'<.. e.... ..a *...... 1.w COR1ANg: : pct'-,.

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AUG 1 719 51Bradford


County Telegraph

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___________ STAKKE. '%$_ FRIDAY. AUO. n. 1951

!L n in Case Now Pending In Osceola f Old-Time Surveyors Caused ConfusionBy I'

Will Have Far-Reaching EffectspubliC ---... Failure To Plot Many Lake Bottoms

? have a right t< tom, ''establishing property lines ....... alder can gain access to. privately owned lakes to the public

shin& m a >lake when a" right on out in the lake. The only way that he can reach and establish an almost unbreakable -

J buys all the propertjjjlg Another theory has it that the his' property, he said, Is to walk precedent for the open
it and fences It lei' Government employed private engineers II lvTo through Swlaher's property or fly ing of publicly owned lakes.

wer, to that question de-, for the job and paid themon fishing In, and he's afraid to do either The county says the company:
on a law contract basis of $e However,
large degree per mile something's going tc had no power to fence up and cutoff
I in progress In Osceola, And, those surveyors who were break one of these days, he said I two COO-acre lakes even
L"'een the Board ofLimlssloners ambitious and energetic took time "and we'll be able to use' all these though the company owns the land
Alum- to plot the lake bottoms while lakes "
and those ... again. Tyre has been surrounding them. The county
anon, Inc who were lazy and wanted their .... --I I I I II fighting for public use of their says that residents of the county
money a \little easier ,went around "II lakes for nine and of
1, years ardent tLaherII years most have been able to use the lakes
L and other sections of the lake because it was faster and It, he said, has been done by himself from "time Immemorial" and this
watched with anL easier. Then too, it made the Therefore, if the property owners of course, the Putman County with Frank Walrath as hit steady use by the public down

have lake after lake was course of their survey longer and who have fenced off these lakes More and mol-C Does the fact case has established the desired attorney. through the years has given the

L ae and made inacces- they received more money for the have not been paying taxes on that fished precedent and would give him a Tyre said that It Is only right public eternal right to fish In and
up" Job than they would have other. them, they are still the property signs like thin, you've basis for opening the lakes to th
Individuals who bought that a man be allowed to fence on the lakes The county has already
In of lands and fenced off wise. of the State and can be used at closing more CVid a lake all public. Under no circumstance and protect his property because picked out route.) on which
will by the citizens of Florida. yet, however, can a property owner
leading to the lakes. This latter theory, advanced by there' no doubt but what a. great to build roads into the lakes.
[ The "catch", though, comes about more lakes to Pie your life give be made to allow access to hllprlv.tely
mootas Frank Walrath Jr of deal of
Hal answer to the Keystone damage has been and wll The Irrigation company, on the
in owned lakes for he
$ already been 'give. Heights, seems to be the most the public finding lakes means to make of reaching use of public are mttk.. you the right to the taxes on the lake bottom pays and be done to the property But, hi other hand, says that they own all
State cabinet and plausible, for some lakes that are said. It looks as though the owner
the the the
|by them. A property owner has the ing fishermen continue to do it Is his property to do with as h( property surrounding
lawsuit, and the de- hardly larger than ponds have could provide access to the lakes
(bus lakes, they have been paying: taxes
right to fence off hU and sees fit. There are some 70-odd
I far have been In favor been left unplotted and lakes as property very unhappy so in spite of and then post the edges so that on the lake bottoms and the
post it, so that if a man decides to \ private lakes on Swlsher's prop property
En with the fishing pole large. Lake Brooklyn have been the public could use the lakes butcouldn't since Its) purchase and, they
In a public lake, so fenced off ownership? arty
got worms I surveyed. he has to trespass on the property I'I'flah Irving Tyre, a life-long resident run rampant on theowner's have the right to control its use

understand how the I I. The reason. so. much Importance owner's land of Keystone Heights and vicinitysaid I property without being as they see fit. ;
owners have found Is attached to these surveys Is because Mabry Edwards, a Jacksonville that he owns three different liable to prosecution.Thus When Walrath was asked about I

i fence the lakes off, why they differentiate a private I flier and fishing enthusiast, has j.3y. Holcomb Kern sections of land enclosed by the It appears that the public this case, he said a very strong: \

hid be such a tangle In lake from a public lake. Those sloved the problem by flying Intc ---- Swisher property and he had fish. can force their elected officials tc precedent would be established If

Alace, and why the public that were surveyed are owned by the public l&kes I that have been that a property owi\'* tnuat pro the lakes to public use. ed In them all his life. Suddenly make the property owners provide the county won, but that It seemed I

|admitted to the lakes In the person or persons who own fenced off to( fish in them. Roy: vide access to public\/ owned lakesIf I Swlshef, a Jacksonville cigar lie said, the lakes were'no longei access to the publicly ownef unlikely to Mm that the county

|the story has to begin the property surrounding them Browning the owner and operator his property cots)\)letely surrounded manufacturer, owns thousands of available for fishing and at present lakes, but as for the privately would win. He said the Issue Is
approximately 100 years and the property owner has to pay of Keystone Airpark has also done them and IfUMS were acres In Putman County which he can't even gain access to owned lakes, the case Is still un almost the same as If a man

taxes on the lake bottom the same this and often takes park visitors av*liable This decision\ was pro surround nine or 10 publicly his own property. And he is stll certain. bought a piece of property on

iuringr the middle of the as he does on the rest of his prop- to fish on those lakes in question. tested all the way t0< tpe Supreme owned lakes. He had applied foi paying taxes on It. Tyre said The only case On record involyIng which the public had been hunt-

fury when the Federal erty. The public lakes are those According to the law, a man whc Court and the lower hurt's ruling leases to the lake bottoms pre I that he has a map of the county these lakes is now In progress Ing for years, fenced It off and allowed

lit began to have Florida lakes that Weren't surveyed and files over the property Is not Illegally was sustained, all th* \",. viously so that he could bar the showing 29 different county roads In Osceola County, the suit having no one to trespass. In such

1 At that time, accordI they are owned by the State. trespassing and thereforehas Prior to the trial Of tills casea I public, and was refused. His at' running into and through the been filed ,by the Board of a case, he said, the public would

I theory, the Instruments Following the completion of the I every right to use a publicly group of citizens \\i Keystone torney said that persons claiming property, all of them calling foi County Commissioners against have no alternative but to stay.

I i engineers were very Florida survey, all those lakes owned lake This was definitely: Heights appeared betqtoe the Cover access to the water had stripped rattle gaps, but the roads remain Aluminum Irrigation, Inc of Winter off,.no matter how long-they had

cause of this, when they that went uncharted were given to established when Browning new nor and his Cabinet v/tth Frank Swlaher's orange groves, cut hit closed to the public. He said that Haven. been using the! property.

k lake edge In their sur- the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Into a fenced publicly-owned lake Walrath Jr. as thelt ttorney and fences and committed genera) In order to fish In Lake Brantlcy Should the county win the case What the final outcbme will be

he transit waa too weak Fund to "hold in trust" and was shot at by an employee ol asked that the pUt>tCly| owned vandalism. i.S he used to, he now has to trav the entire que.tlon of private no one knows, but thousands of

1 across the water they for the people of Florida. The glff the property owner. Browningtook lakes surrounded by the property However Ervin said that he el some 19 1-2 miles to get there ownership of lakes In Florida anglers In Bradford and Clay

ited the lake and the bot- stipulated that the lakes were to the Incident before the propel of Carl S. Swisher Pt opened tc could find no precedent In law when the distance was only approximately will have to be studied anew and counties, not to mention the rest

Ileft unsurveyed. When be held In trust for the recreationand authorities and they decided In hit the public. The ty>v r>ior and that gave him grounds to act on : two miles by way ol thousands of lakes heretofore closed of the state, are getting their

tor came to a small lake, enjoyment of the citizens of favor.In Cabinet asked Rlcha.<<:\ Efvln. th< the Governor's request and dumped the closed roads. And, he said to the public would have to be equipment In order for the day

[his transit would sight Florida and could not be sold to a case tried in Putman Countya Attorney General, \0 take such the matter In the hands of the this is the only publicly owned opened. It would provide the pre that the lakes may be opened for

i surveyed the lake bot- private companies or Individuals. few years ago, the court ruled steps as were neceftgAry., to open county commissioners. Since then lake on the property that an out cedent ..needed for the opening of their; use.


WORSHIP Three New Teachers Assistance Payments Food Handling SchoolSet Partin AppointedTo consists of one representative from
each district within the state and
JLATION Approved By BoardAt Show Decrease For September State CommitteeOn was formed for the purpose of SERVICE

training children In America PURE\ STORE
Monday MeetingThree During July AmericanismCharles
torlal gossip, ..pecu.d Flans for a coul\t .wlde food citizenship It works, In close con,
mount as the handling school scheduled| for Sep PHONE 189
rumor Assistance showed junction with educational Institutions
new teachers were approved payments a S. Partin, principal at
'1 near when the next by the Board of Public Instruction marked decrease in Bradford tember 18, 19 and ?\o were announced Bradford High School and winnerof and agencies in promoting State Roads 100 & 200 Starke Fla.
this week \bV Jack Tra.l
andldates for Governor to teach in Bradford County during July In comparisonto wick this year's Rotary Citizenship citizenship training.
county sanitarian. The school
ipected to emerge But schools the the made In JuneS. ', OPEN A.M.I TILL 11 P.M.
County during upcom. payment will be directed by E. f t\uUIII! Jack- Award has recently been appointed .rtln'. appointment. to the
nt the only men actuallyn ing school year when they metAug. E. Sparks, who U a member 011 son, who Is In charge of the food- to the Americanism Committeeof commission followed closely his w, ....i
Dan McCarty of Fort .. 6 In the Court House. Ap-- the District 6 Board, said this .
: I handler's course f bernatorlal runner-up In I pointed to teach this fall were: week. This Includes all paymenti Board of Health, T."vIlklaid.. American Legion. The appointment (at /the Youth Adjustment Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteriesand
Bill Hendrix of Talla-I Marvin Pierce Stokes, teacher at made to dependent children, needy was made by Frank J. Fal- Council which will be sponsoredby
and dragon of the state : Bradford Elementary School; Har- I aged and needy blind. There will be two CiAuoea each Cone, department commander, but the National Security AgencyIn 'AccessoriesLet
tan. teacher at Brad day so that those waitresses, '' and
land A. Sprow, I Sparks said the payments II'I
I is subject to the approval or veto October. He, along with one
eclsiong remain to be ford County High School; and June totaled 1,342 or $38,239.5C/ restaurant workers 'I1A Work In or
the att f\j the of the Executive Committee, other Florida principal, will attend
daytime \ night
Ruth Chastain Parker, musictWCnffTWr may
Stale'j: : and those of July went to only classes and vice verTb The Americanism Committee the meeting on the recommendation Its SIL-l'KLEEN
'' .Bradf..EtMnent.rySchool. coursewill yourcar.
1.273: personating totaled $33.567.- _
( consist of a number of lee or the State Department -
UYence" M. ''Gay; 'former 03. This decrease took place allover by the New Silicone Process;
The New
V. Lee, county maintenance tures, movies and d"ntratlons cafeteria personnel will attend and of Education October 7, 8 and 9. -
i Itor Claude Pepper; I I I Guy the state and on the statewide The of this Is Way to Lasting Car $7.50
the ( regarding the best \Ay of ham purpose meeting Beauty.
Iirman Alfred A McKeth- supervisor, gave a report on a big effort is being made to have
I bards, payments decrease: food, etc also the training and ol
dling / teaching
lt,Ie President Wallace! work that had been performed at nearly a half million dollars every restaurant worker In the American WATERPROOF Corrlsotr Resistant
Plate: Senator Leroy Col- ', the different schools during the Trawlclc said tb\t aH school county present citizenship In the
I Bradford Is the schools
'month of July, particularly that County among
former Cover counties In the of assistance -- -- --- ., .
receipt ---- -- -- -
I at Lawtey and the Board authorized I top -- ---
rd F. Caldwell, and forBrallej -
Lee to proceed with the repair checks every month, as arc
: Odham, presl- of walls\) and ceiling at the I most of the small farming counties ', 111f! *,
he i Florida Junior Cham- I Lawtey Junior High School and Sparks said this Is diM la so mess' .
tnmerce All of these arc I to employ additional labor, If need- I farmers never taking advantage

f Inking of running. I ed, to complete the job before the or unable to take advanage of thei -
fm of Alto Adams, State i opening of school on September 3. i social security program and not we a Silting ?
Court Justice, Is also In I Cleveland Sullivan tendered his providing for the future otherwise ray suggeSt
1 although not heard with resignation to the Board as school
Is ntll'
I I Then too, he said, there
J frequence the others Re
as bus driver1 because of illness. JI "
I somewhat of a "l/Hrk'aph"/ In the ,
I Congressman Peterson' placing Sullivan will be L. V. Williamson. Hf \ .
from Camp Blandlng.
county .
'i heard a few months age ,, \ : ,':
I Its ..
said that number of people whcwere 1-1' .. .. ------
>t are current that he U The Band Booster Club of Starke ,
employed while line. camp (A /iMlate INON1w-
j .!.
to advertisements t
gains running received permission place
: .
I I P.; _
on the fences aroundthe was open just stayed here after ii :::===-- .
was cloned and have never secure( ) (
athletic field so long as the I
Bit CITY COfNCH |! Funds employment. Some of them arc r;
signs are of a uniform size. 3
}'!tizen of the work\ also, he said t
City of Starke derived from the sale of these too old to now -' \

'flouncing my candidacy 'signs will be used to finance vari: i and having nowhere else to go .
"lion as a member of the i Otis projects of the band. just stay here and draw assistance
Neil In the City Election !
Two requests for leavesofabsence checks. > r
Ill, 1951. My candidacy I I were received by the Board I .
on striving to make and granted for the approachingschool 1 ed at the meeting to discuss the
k larger and more prosper- year. L. Marshall Nagle, tentative budget for the fiscal
*i. and also a cleaner and Jr. asked for a professional leaveof i year beginning July 1, the Board
f"it plat In which to live. absence and Mrs. Annie Morgan : adopted the budget that had been
|'e and support will be sinppreciated. asked for a personal leave i previously agreed upon for the support -

| < Thanks! '' As the public was not represent- 1 and maintenance of schools
W T (BUy* Jackson I

5.ajrl'IV' 1ir.

wo Fir a Nt) doubt about it-you'll make n rough road and keeping you on an casy-to-take price tags our cars wear-

FUN Weighty handsome picture in level keel.
a ever what a whale of a lot more automobile

1It&rns DOUBLE strapping new 51 Buick. We'd like you to see what generous you get for your money in today's

But it i isn't the way you look, but the roadwcight and a rigid torque-tube Buicks than you'll get elsewhere. ,

9 ________ way you feel that's really i important. mean in solid steadiness of ride-what! So-come in for
a sitting
4I I IKL Dynaflow Drive does for you in ?
'Ve'4 like you to discover a Buick's!!! downright comfort and convenience you you try a SPECIAL

_ct- case And' comfort a nick's and what SUPER or ROADMASTER, you'll find it
power a breeze it is to handle so big and the
: top buy in its field and
a beauty
performance! a Buick steadiness and roomy and impressive a car. from

contro''_just to see if maybe have any angle.
Most ..
been tffcsing a travel treat. of all, we'd like you to note the .. -----.o _.I_.__
"--.4'oer.err..wr..I ii...._.._ew

I II We'd .like you to discover what a val ve-

I I II in-hcoU engine! as Buick builds it-

'N gingers with Fireball combustioncan No other car provides alt this,

e.cltement-more fun--more varietythis -
Summer? LOW GREYHOUND FARES make Iton..arlytake fhcan in pulse-pounding thrill DYNAfloW DMVt* U HI I AIL tNHINt4WHUl

r i g two one vacation later. Sqoeeie spots every. bit of of one.pleasureS Tske end iti big miles-per-gallon figures. COIL SPRINGING DUAL V'HTIUrION_

of! your holida,.. Greyhound goes to every fay vacation \\c'd like you to learn what' coil springson tt. PUSH-SAM fOKimONT TORQUE-Tulg DMVtWHirreiow

l,. spot-and saves your tra tl dollars.e4 all Jour heels INSTRUMENTS .
74445On. -not just in front- DKIAMUNI STYUHd,
ed i'444 ( IM
Fmnd 0.. LISC4a can d WI' Tn.V. .l

ttl..r ._ !w Wig t1.."Trip.". T..P.\ P.I. ........ ixi: irns. Wise.nee....-.411..see .tHIt WICK(wit/ lclid flea

IT'SVacation/Alll .. vIII ..sen. Le7J.oa
.,. 5e.aIUe 2: .MS LS:: .i.ey...,.' 1..10.Lre..1 ear e.... ..... -1 .. .

nso.r trr5 CO.Phone
Q rvlg ..sorter: aarvtE --- Avenue

C iafluII! ? LEX GREEN Starke, Fla.

I rSecond


PAGE TES', .:. "-- ,At 4 h,

,iin-t V"ii In the above named

Deed Register I LEGION POST 56 THANKS PUBLIC Paul Knight Accepts I 1U.s:,. ,;ur( and to "ITi en oar i n ropy aril of you your are an-;r.-

NEWS ABOUT I Shows Unusual I FOR COOPERATION IN BASEBALLThe Radio Job Abroad on r.ar the ir. 1Io'nd plaintiffs log to the Altora'Y complaint T.

Frnnk Landrum, Stark. Florida
SERVICE MENPvt. j Property TransferAn Telegraph has received e i i Paul Knight, the son of Col. and and file the original In the office
of the Cleric of the Circuit Court on
letter from A. J. Thomas Jr, Commander Two Men OrderedFor 1 Mrs D. E. Knight of Starke hn or before the 21th day of August, Zr THIS
unusual property transfer of local American Legion accepted a position as Radio Director 1981; otherwise! the alleiratloni of I. WEEK
deed InductionTwo aid Complaint will be taken ai con pNlt
cropped up in the county reg. thanks August with a broadcasting c"m''pallY
Post 56, publicly expressing f....ed by you
Ralph E. Rogers IS son of later this week In which two broth. Zone of
the American
and Khali be
various publishedonce
to the people organizations This notice
V. Rogers of Brooker is completing ers and their wives merely trad- that helped make> the recent men will be ordered for Induction Germany. He will be located In each week for four consecutive Jsr

his Air Force basic airman ed property and the property wa during August by Sulective Munich. week In the Bradford County Tele- L WLSTR1w
District and Area Tournaments
doctrination course at In'j equally valued.J. Service Local Board 18, Mrs. Rhode a- rraph. fl
left New York yesterday w
a success. He Dated this 2Sth day of July, 1961.
Air Force Base in Texas. W. and Effie Bedenbaugh and "We' Dampier, clerk announced thin board, Dutch airliner for Amster (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I
him for entrance In the letter, Thomas says, Is Clerk of the Circuit Court.
basic I la preparing week This an Increase of one there will
L. and Ruth sold Holland
L. from
into AF technical training and I Bedenbaugh are Indebted first of all to our umpires : man over the quota asked for lr dam and P'1 Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk
work 16 acres In Hampton to L. L, and who worked these gamer fly on to Munich arriving there 72T] .t 1117
In specialized
assignment Ruth Bedenbaugh for 2000. Then without compensation. Lyle Buck July.No today, ,(Friday). i

James W. Lee son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh :. heads the list having officiated one will be called up for a Knight has been on the staff of
sold Mr. and Mrs. :J, W. Beden pre-Induction physical examination Co.n- FREE !
:Mrs. J. M. Rosier. of Lawtey was at all pre-tournnment and tournament the National Broadcasting
she said, unless the board receives
recently promoted to the grade of baugh six lots in McCall'a addition Giving Buck fine pany In New York cit! lor several
games further order. and an Increase,. lr For Prompt FREE Removalof
Sergeant In the U. S. Army Air plus some other Hampton proper. assistance were I. E. Clark, Buddy years as a production director anc!

Force. He I Is now stationed at ty for the same amount Bishop and Jerry Warner." requests for men. was given a leave cf absence for Dead. Crippled, & Worth NO EXTRA con

Ramey Air Force Base, Puerto Miss Elizabeth Terry sold IiO( Mrs. Dampier said that'all records -I the term of his contract abroad.He less Cattle Horses, Mules\ ,
He also the
expressed appreciation I
of the local board audited
Rico, where he served as correspondence acre In Lawtey to Thomas and I was educated at B.aMero"High ] w
of the Post to.police ChiefW. last week by Minn Bernice I & Hogs Ui1oN
Barbara M. Casey. of l
clerk to the :30th Supply School the University
E. Thornton and Mayor :J. RWalrvwright Wilson of the State headquarter<<
Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Mr, and Mrs. Lex Green Bold who at I Florida, the Clnclnatl Conservatoryof Call 132, StarkeWE pultllut
were present lu St. Augustine In a report.thus matllint
Wing, M of the Strategic 286 acres of their ranch propertyon Music and holds a Bachelor of th even
every tournament game to help: week Miss 'Wilson said that; aV ALWAYS COME I If'L4t
Command. He enlisted the Mr
Air Keystone highway to
!II Music degree
with the traffic and various other records here In
In the Air Force In August 1050.I and Mrs Charles A. Shelley for were aatiafactorv Florida Renderers
problems condition 'and work '
his from I the was evidently ,
following graduation 910,1,00.
I The letter apprecl : being carried on effectively I sea b:4a
Bradford High School. Upon complotlon Mr. and Mr. George W. Davis, expresses and i I nitrogen fertilizer and In power INC.ATTENTION.
atlon to Joe Andrews who cosponsors efficiently.
of his basic training he Brooker, gold three lots belonging Each bale e '
/! costa
was sent to Francis E. Warren to them In Brooker to Mr. and the Legion team by buy1 Lt. Col. H. C. Wall Chief of the !| and equipment yilt

Air Force Base where he took a Mrs. Rufus Green, also of Brooker Ing uniforms and assorted other State Manpower Division visited|j or bushel Increase from the acres u

clerk-typist course. Amount of the transaction wa baseball equipment to make the with the local Board at Its .'last I In crop production will mean cor .a

$700. team possible. This Is the thin meeting Mrs. Dampier said. I i respondlngly fewer acres plowed
Cpl. Roy E. Brooking of Hampton year Andrews has co-sponsored the I

currently assigned to Headquarters team with the Post and during Farmers I I up, and that many more acres s

,I XVIII Airborne Corps Road Department this period has purchased 32 complete UrgedTo that can remain In grass and ic! '

has recently been given the'duties Agrees To Repair uniform besides all the other Grow More, I maintaining soil rotations. If You Have

of Chief Clerk with the Head. t
quarters Commandant office. A Old Lawtey BridgeThe Thomas thanked Gil Newcomtand Winter Cover Crops 1 I The Secretary pointed In out legume too PINE OR CYPRESS
I that a large acreage
of Bradford High School ,
the personnel of the Coca- Farmers of Florida and other TIMBER TO SELL
Cpl. Brooking first entered service State Road Department hat II I cover crops would reduce the drain
Cola who helped
botUing company Southeastern States i!
in 1948 and was sent to Fort Jack, at last agreed to repair the old are being scarce.nitrogen fertilizer supplies
of the around the
with many Jobs urged to make maximum use of I)Ion Large ,or Small Tracts
1 son S. C. where he remained until bridge on the old Lawtey Road ball park and Supt. of Public Instruction their cover thin I I because a cover crop plowed
Feburary 1940 when he trans according to an announcementmade Harmon P. Morgan who winter. J. Russell acreage Hendwaon; under will supply a part of the We Buy All

ferred to the Enlisted Reserve tills week by Senator Charley together with the School Board argonomlst with the State nitrogen supply of the following

;< ,Corps on Inactive status. On November E. John. Repair of the bridge provided out-of-town transpor- cultural Extension Service Agrl says crops. Phosphate and potash fertilizers PAY: TOP PRICESWrite

4, 1950 he was ordered and tatlon for ball club and the applied to cover crop be-
approximately a mile and a the use they should get their plans made
back to active duty. He and his available again for other o
" half of road has been a controversial of the ball park. and their seed ordered to put In a
wife Jean, now make their home when the cover are
at Spring Lake N. C. subject between the county Thomas said, "The Post deeply maximum acreage this fall. crops turned under. crops or Call wEEllrt

and the State Road Department appreciates the sacrifice made by He points out that seed supplies 50

Pvt. W. )L Prevatl-US53042528. for the last three or four months Coach Herb Thomas In taking of many of the cover crops are t

::i Co. K, 35th Inf. Regt., care PM, The State Road Departmentsaid time off from his duties at the plentiful-moat of it carried over 1SOTICR TO APPEAR B. THOMAS

San Francisco, Calif. that It was supposed to revert State Prison and coaching these by the Commodity Credit Corporation I 'a Irralt C<... Bradford C..l..<7floridI Rebulh M

Mrs Sarah McCall, 427 Laurel back to the then. boys through another season -and prices are comparatively In tfc..c ry.Nancy LUMBER CO. ban,
county a CASH
1. St., Falatka "a.r. Herb gave us a great show during low E Oamblno Plaintiff. 'U.I'e'.r
consequence no work ha been Carl Oamblno Defendant.Caie 211-J 5-Yr:
r. Cecil B. Moore Box 331, Archer tournament time and proved to al' The Secretary of Agriculture ha. No. 1864Nntlre PHONE PRICE
Fla. done on the road since and the who attended, that he still has the asked state and county agricultural To Appear.To P. O. Box 735 I New

I bridge Is badly In need of repair. old master's touch." mobilization committees : Peter Carl Oamblno whose: STARKE FLA. Neal.
" 115
Mrs. Don Champion change ranlilitnoe and address U: Bull!
o" from Starke to West Liberty St., The county, in answer to the road He said "Thanks to all of the encourage winter cover crop plant. Avenue, nuffHlo, New York. $15.00 Down
department's statement said that Ing. "Even without the added Von are hereby notified that a New Sri
Claxton: Oa. others who acted In various capacities cult. for Divorce has been filed
r there Is no law requiring the county during the tournaments drain upon the land due to theNation' t ," f New
Don Neel, MS Passalc Sun, care 0
to accept maintenance responsibilities the City light the mobilization effort lees .------- --------- - Ccs
man scorekeepers .
Sun Oil Co., 433 Doremus Ave. ., __ ""'Ilii i '
a third of the -
I Newark, N. J. on abandoned state roads bat boys and ball runners. needed acre- I'

t.' They said however, that they Each made a contribution to the age of the winter legume cover Spray Your Home N-O-W-!
: McKowen change
JosephT would maintain the road hereafter success of the tournament and we crops Is being grown annually In -
from Paterson, N. J. to Oakland, the area." says Acting Secretary :: I
It the road appreciate it"The
department would
. N. :J. C. J, McCormick
' put It In shnpe.Senator letter continued "In closing "The mobilization '"'"
Jet KillAnd
; Mrs. Jas. W Palmer, 216 1.2 effort will still farther widen
Johns, In his I would like to thank the citizen
Orangewood Ave., Clearwater, Fla announce- the gap unless there is an effective
ment said that he has of Starke Bradford County and .
secured the
' Mian Marguerite Hughes 402 concentration by all agencies upon
< the aurroundlng communities, whc
, s. W. 12th St., Gainesville Fla. Chairman promise of of Alfred McKethan agaIn this year turned out In record ,the desired objective. If any time this year you we 1 :_ r.
... Road Department breaking_ numbers__ to n back_.n.. "Cover crops in Southern State any bug that are not DEAD or MAl I
llLil to repair the old are effective of
, bridge means getting In- ,
-- heir team. The filled bleacher DYING mall bottle to JET KILL .',4_ "
and that this should creased production he ',
prove a big were not only an Inspiration to ou per acre, Inc. Tallahassee, Fla. and we will '" This'CouponTlwrw

WANTED BUY help to the people of the Lawtey ball club but enabled the Post tc continued. "Each additional acre gladly return purchase price ACME
r' to district take care of the expenses Incurredby of property grown legume cover VACUUM STORES, Inc

crops planted this fall and turned 408 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fit
the ball club
, Guardsmen tire season." under next spring: could mean al'' I would like a free home demonstration of your fully fbtsntted \ -

; CROSS TIES Undergo much as 23: to 60 percent more pro. ,' BY! FLORIDA I'EOPLE bullt{ SillIer Sewing Machine .t no obligation to lit
Air-Ground TrainingTraining ductlon of corn, cotton or other'

and Pine Timber 'NO KETCHUM' needed crops grown on that acre In| FOR FLORIDA BUGS II Name .. ...........e..u..s..u.w-.

In close alr-grnund CLUB TO MEETThe .052.: Increases from legume cover i Sold l CARPENTERS':: DRUGS t Address .....:... .............................u. ..
operation was received by Headquarters crop mean saving in labor Ir

Company, Second Battalion -I annual meeting of that u-. CAN'O\'A'S' DKVGS: 'OOK'S I I City ., .................. ..... Stale............,....

. Will Pay 121th Infantry It was announced nlque'organization. "The No Ket GROG SISTRCI K'S If R. P. D. ACS..reM-PI. tend Specific:Direction
I. -------- -.---? -
today by
Captain Hugh I chum Club" of Jacksonville will be Dr.Seymour I

Y +/: Highest Cash Prices The ngrnm Joint, Army-Air company Force commander.program held Day at Keystone weekend.Inn over the Labor R. MarcoOPTOMETRIST .

!r FOR ANY SIZE TRACTSEE alls for thorough Indoctrination
publicity Issued by the
In the close air support of
/ 'Si club says "We feel sure that our Eyes Examined
: operations for Infantry and com- Visit to Keystone will be a success Glasses Fitted
i >at-
npport units. The training :
this year was conducted as the various fishing camps there / 11'
by the 121 W. Can St. :
are anxious to please have good
Army Air Support Center and the 1yJ1Iiitfi&io1iier
Ph. 219 Starke Fla.
Ninth Tactical Air Force. boats and service And while we D al'

f A. E. McKINNEY A Joint air-ground Instructionteam realize that Lakes Geneva Santa

Fe Brooklyn and others In the vicinity G
of Army and Air
Force officers
. are loaded with fish and
At Stark Taxi Stand
) conducted a four-hour orientation .
other fishermen catch them it I.1
PHONE 150 for the commander and
against the by-laws and constitution -
Starke Fla. hey personnel of all except service (- Let Us Thoroughly
of our organization for any ,
unit This
was followed by a
firing demonstration by fighter- member to catch a fish. Wash Your Clothes

bomber Jet aircraft using machine "So If a blind fish runs Into the ( TllERE'S no reason under the sun why for your Pontiac will perform brillU

gun, rockets napalm and 230: hook and gets; caught In the"hind f Ponds you postpone the extra sa tis. year after year.You'll .

pound bomb for all division per. fin so to speak the member will faction of owning a Pontiac. In the
notice it too,
sonnel. have to cat him In the boat because For 40c!
Stop !in as
Announcing soon as you can, we'll workout glances of others for Pontiac
The training was designed for there ts a 150: penalty for any a deal-and then you'll appreciate valuable.
FREE Bleach If Desired! sought after always
J .* EIiTAnLlsIFNT"CRUMP testing the tactical readiness of man that brings In a fish. Temple Aye Stark the extra satisfaction of a Pontiac! it o5You'll
both Individuals But best of all you'll notice
and unit and was
notice It first in the
pride you take satiSfactlotIn
conducted under the overall price tag-for the extra:
vision of General Mark W. Clark super., FOR MAYORTo -" OWe I there's your, Pontlac's distinctive beauty, for Pontiac costs nothing! If you can >
nothing else like wond
Chief of the Army Field Forces any new car you can afford a

ENGINEERING The National Guard Bureau and The Citizens of Starke Florida: Win You'll notice It every mile y( u drive, new Pontiac

& CONST. CORP. Army Area Commanders. I wish to announce my candidacy \v: _
for re-election. .
Major T. K. McClane ald, "Our your Dry Your Clothes
have served
1032 Hendricks Ave. unit expect to gain a great deal you
and honestly, and when hon
from thin type training. It Is Im- you For 20c
Jacksonville Florida or me with this office, again I
portant that our men become as
familiar as possible with the team will serve you for the next two In New Automatic Driers!
years the same aa I have In the
operation of Air and ground coop Fir"p.

eration. Our unit wan only' one, of past.On a
Registered the record that I have made,
many tactical unit of the Na-
LAND SURVEYORS tional Guard that received thin I am soliciting your active vote
and support in my campaign for
and CIVIL ENGINEERS: special training; thin year. It Ii Is re-election. Washeteria
another, In
stop preparing the Respectfully yours

,... -' .:::._ -- --- -' : '. -, :...._,- guard for any type of warfare," J, R. Walnwfight -


Goal Of 800 Acres .

I _
Set For Oats' -.1 nra

In County This FallA

production goal of 800 acres

of oats to be seeded this fall waa ".,.,_ ..".IIe....-eed blw 'fss r led.rr ral'rl C rl.stt e,d"''''

announced this week .by' Lloyd FULLY EQUIPPEDthe I

51 Dyal Chairman of the County Agricultural .
Mobilization Committee. Amoerltm'm L..rM-I rlr.d !Straight Eight

Dyal state that the acreage' most modern and efficient equip .........Prh'ed (car wls' .. 611
1I"ra. lasle ,.
goal haa been established at this Drh
ment available to the profession U '0-.1
a extra tail .
time to help farmers of Bradford
used by this funeral home in main- } fear **.le> .! Silver Streak .
County make plans for seeding the E.gl.ee.
..fitee good eucA crop which I la needed to aupport taining its well known standard of straight Elabt: .r sla:

an expanding demand for live- Service.DeWITT J The Moat Rf'a..U.I (ff
Thiug .
to And a four-let! clover- stock and for dairy obtaining and poultry sufficient product pro I'Bluer ....,. br FisherDollar Wheel. ...

it's better luck to have Ace) duction of feed trains In 1923 under C. JONES

the defense effort The goal established -
dent Insurance! la the minimum acreage Phone 7 Starke FlaI :CorDoJIar",

desired Farmers should exceed .

this goal If possible for It la Bradford Funeral Director Ambulance Service can't ..
Charley E. Johns :beat
County's share of the State you : aMcGHIFF OI.
Agency goal of 150,000: acres-20 percent I Our local funeral home enable u to offer convenience and c

Pboae IS STARKE. FLA.IUllie.enll1 larger than last year's goal. erricea not otherwise available. -

The oats goal I Is being announce ,

,. .. ed In advance of other crop acre- - ---

._.. age goal since the 1992 crop I I. We furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and MOTORS

-.. .... normally seeded in the precedingfall. accept ANT' life Insurance policy la force, lasmed by ANT
t Other crop goal will l be an- aa payment In er' la full on funeral ST.
company part a
Ttc.f MAVELCnS.Hart***I nounced well, In advance of the rto
Consultation carries BO obligation. .4RJ.EAUG .
I planting season


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AUG17 1951 --I


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ITndford CountyTel.
.. in": ---- . .. HV\ir or plciitlln, t<> the complaint work. I in hluiiiil ? '
---- nnt m < 11 umiairuinHt Kinl
,, Methoilitt C. '.: f ft 1 n"t'f nod ii "". n'- i lilUI, : ti nAfendMtll$ In tho above nainidCouit I on ill.. I'!. Lake Butler Sunday at the tinii'd, '< .i\ *. ti *-,'i'1'! uf \i-tir COast "- i yiiti iiml are n-n"-! Jr. 103 IV K:"c an.* \BulldInir 1 9 t B 1
The Life And Times Church. After the "Sing" .r r p1., idIog ti. the c,,,,,,,1,1111 and.. raiiae of you your' anawer orplindltiK JnoKiionvllK 1 1 yiwrl'la and file inFFICtM. MKA1) A .1. Th.oili.ii': .
on t"!". 1 I"n nllff. Altmnt-y, .y..pll] < .1 ti> n r'c a copy complaliit on thrinlnllffH < tha orliclnal, In tl K.. offle of the c'l'iR "I. the i'lr<.nlt Court,
Of New River they visited their sUter-in-law K. Miipitr/ 221 Clrahnm tiulklinKJarKp I \ :: t"Attllrn the, SSin-h: I' HOUKlaa Clvrk ..t the Clr."lt l court on or before By Myrtle T. Doaver. D"puty fl: .-rk
,I Folks Mary Thomas -and daughter. Pam \ <.,1\ me.' Florida, and fur litorliiat < I 605 Lynch nulldlnc J.Ok.OA'1110. th.. 87th del pt August, l 6li; sue| 41 B,31
office of th* Clerk the ,}11gatione of aald
1KU in the the creams otherwise "
|! By Ji>inl<- I** Lazl'nby I II The GeorgeVerre'i took of lli.. Circuit Court. on or brfor \ Klorlda.of and the file Clerk of the Oirmlt Complaint will Pi, t..ke" a. confeaned nm'rteSI'reaIPriC: eta
Jimmy to the doctor Monday. almost the 27th lay of Au.u t. Ittli: other In the office or befor tho 4th ito:!' by you. In flrrnlt Court. Br.Hfrd Conntnflorl.lnl
I,' bu "'1.., the nllevatlona i.f said Complaint (Hourt on otherwise the This notice f\n b. puhllehed In I hence.,.
I I (Held over from last week) sure he had the measles will be taken a. conte..ad by: of ptmbr of, saId 11511 Comiilalnt will one each week f.'k four conaicutlv O. H. Jordan, Plaintiff, v*. Solll
i' thank goodness it was only a bad> you. alienation confessed by you. wk la th. UruJtord County" Tele- Jurdan, Defendant. "
I The R. J. Turners had as their! This notice nhall fce published. b* taken "a "halt oe published\ Ca.. No. 598Motive
7 Alo6rPONCA.NE8Rr inih week for four eonaecutlviwnkn This nolle eciittvweek 'rDntel this tilth lAy of July. 1951. A.. ..
lura cold.See once .....k for four eon To pen
V guests this week Mr. and Mr: Bill and Marie trutt1n'round a in the Bradford County Tote one. eaCh Bradford County Tulc"Tinted (OFFICIAL SHAf-l A. '. Thomas, To !HBlllii Jordan whone r"cid.neeSoil .

== Rogan Pace of Ft. Myers and Ai brand new Ford her STaph.r'nt.il. In the I Clerk ti< th. Circuit Court adilre l.: Unknown
in a of July, 1951, ,,, .. Pepiity' Clerk notified that a
thin rdth day this tat day of August, 1951 By Myrtle: T. D <> You are hereby
| thur Wilbur and son Jimmy 01 1 lately. Must be nice to own a new OFFICIAL 8KAI.) A. J. Thomaa. OFF1CJAI. SDAL.) A. J. Thoma,. 737| it J17In | putt for Divorce has been filed

happy : Jacksonville. The Paces were et Clerk of the Circuit Court ( Clerk of the Circuit Court -.r- XKnlniit you In the above named
the buSy .u.n-I By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk Deputy ClerHe3 Circuit Ci.nn, Hrd ord C..strlrl.itai and dause and you are required
FISH'N'S FUN route to Alabama and car.Minnie at Myrtle T. Beaver .. .
.nu I ao.IlI b'IMY' Georgia Johns went to work '1:17: 41 "5lOTICIt ]! By | 4t Bl 4NOTICH In t tann rr.Annabelia to serve a Copy of your an.awer

nand flow.-rs. I, Tennessee on a vacation. Dad Manufacturing Co. 1a1t Devlni.... IMnlntlff va, or pleading; to the complainton
,a" Big > TO.APPKAH APPMAWIH Harold Dvlnn:., i5.fen'Iitnt. Plalntlffa Attorney T Frank,
BakerFlsh'n TO the
birthday- I Iwl.y By Bill Chester and Winnie Andrew week In ('I..... (....... Km4Crd Con.t7Klorlilai ('I....... Court llrndford CooatrFlorid Case No. un fjtndrum ritarke, Florida. and tile
Y and family spent Saturday wit and Dorothy Anderson I. ("Isseery.Francis In Chanrery.Ella Order *f Pnl>-aK' .. And veal,. T* th* orlarlnal' In the office of the
that men forge la still pretty poor In i all their cousins the Andrew: George thl $. liaklvy. Plaintiff vs N.*i Mlnehew. Plaintiff V*. Rl-: Anprnr KTATR' Ar Pf.OHIIlt Toillarold Clerk of the Circuit Court on or b*.
Troy day
and won lakes. These tinny beau were in Jacksonville one Qlady I> Baklcy. Defendant N. Mlnahew, Defendant. Devlnney, whose residence for the' 10th day of September, 19 1>
and I clang our In Morrlston. week. Caa. No. SI74 bert Cae. NO. 85SSHotlo and artdreee In: IjO"nown hut who* otherwise I the allegatIons 1 ( of paid
just will not cooperate with the :Entire T* Apprnr.Tot last known .plcl"I1" and adilree. Complaint will b* taken a* con.
Miss Ida Merritt and Mr. an station Ttk Anpenr.Tot
or the, fishermen. There ought to be a The Hansen's filling Gladys L.. Pakley whoa taut Blbert N. Mlnahow. whoerexlileiue was nil/ Kaat: WMt.hlll !:Ktreet. Rock fenced by you.
\\I the plains Mrs. Obey Moody are beating thl trailer park i Is getting prettier dnc* In: Ito Main Street Vlncea- ist: Unknown.You Hill South C'iro jn5 : This notice shall b. published
law) There seems to be a I law I town New Jeraey. that a. to appear. on four consecutive
r the shores, heat these hot days with ice watc tables must I bp are hereby notified You ire required once each week for
thatult I
out of'' covering everything else these His picnic lunch Tou are hereby. notlfl.d Suit for Divorce and award of minor August ti I9ltl/ |I" CbS nhnv namedCourt .....k. In the fradford County
thel.r. and
Itf..all from their new refrigerators. enticing. Several cars a day: for Dlvorc. care, cuatody children ba. been tiled .**ine t and codas, wh'reln plaintiff Telesrraph.liiiteil. .
days. Why these lawmakers don.t I, George and Alvle Werre lot very lunch and res control of minor children to defend In the above named Court ..ndc.u..e peek divorce Bradford CountyTeleicraph thla 8th day of Au"uat.
on a Itreet. smart and make some law to pull in there to eat ant and other relief hal been and you are required to. shall fiipl"l| thiN OrderIn U5t.
[an't forget I get several of their young chlckns dui under those big spreading pecan filed aa-alnet you In '.hd.YO ahoynamed ) serve .n ..npy..f your anawer olpleadlnnr next four Weekly] Inane, (Or'FICIAT, PEAL) A. J, Thomta,
catch fish instead ofII .. an ,
help people Court and cause complaint on thlPlalntlffa / sod ntfl.latpeRI. the Circuit' Court.
'n, Ing those first days when it rain to the Wltnenn mv: hhd
four walls bendn. laws to put them In jail I dot t trees. required to serve a copy of youanswer !! Attorney.' .l.. .cpn K Skipper at Stnrke, >"|orMn, ucla July ICy MyrtlIT.krA;: ', Deputy Clerk
complain :
with so hard. They were on the ground Rev. Laurie McKlnney of Stark nr pleadlne 1 ; to the William S91 nraham: Ittilldlnic;, Jackson JSril. 1981.ttlbnloiAt.. alto| 4t R3tOTICM |

** know. and aeem to have caught pnei to large crowd Saturday on the Plaintiff* Attorney,BuildingJacksonville. villa, FlorUlii.' and fll. tho orlirlnalIn : ItJ11M.A..T.. Thomas. ,
a Clark
S preached O. Mors-nn 507 Circuit said Court
Jam of the -
of the Clerk A. CM"rk' <>
swennla II monla. George got busy and pUI Ben Renfroe' Florida and file th" the office .. Clerk. :II 01" KLKCTIOX
Uncle daof
night at I' Court on or before the 4th Pv rvrtTn.: \ nV.r. Peputy of
Actually these laws have been of the Clerkof It. WRlnwrlwht Mayor
< original In the office T, .1.
the month of vt- them on a wire floor and the reMI house. the 11..ultI.t: on or before th. 8eptenl. 1D5I ; otherwise;: thallriiatlnn nre.en. Cli"i "n A V'' wn, Ptarke, FlorlAty Stark Florida, by virtue of theatitheuuity
gust: made: they just are not being i en.I them ail nolle 1911 etherwire of nalil Complaint will 4*. vested In tn* by law" do
I bave been of seem to be doing rlgbi The other day Bud Moody 4th dnv of September, : confessed by you. for rif. 7a7| O 81T|
be taken s. h..1dal
reunions. forced. This writer was told a the alienation of said Complaint hereby call an election to *
the wet Oscar Gibson is now stationed Blue Jays making a mass Thla notice hall be puhllnheilonce I aforesaid
ut home and I the other day about some ed some will be taken ... confeaRedby four conaectitlviweek !ivoTirw f\ %J'ritAiI the City Hall In the
story weelc for
each ..
coo In Germany.Mrs. something. He said that vou. .. ".rd Coontr, town by the qualltl..Cvot. onFtieeday
most part attack on Bradford County Tale In flrrult I onr,. |tr In the
en In .I fishermen with 2.100 hooks on R. A. Osteen and two chll snake oren This notice shall b* publl fio Klorlilai In ''hlihd'hry.i.t'elyn P.*pt<>mher II, 1951 for theiirpo.e
vacatloiu must be a .
It rraph
had a line. It he figured once pitch week for tour eons.c'Itivtweeks intllOFFICIAL > .r Plaintiff vs.bltigeie of electing. the following
have their seems they webaiting "oli Dnted 'this' 1ft day of Anirunt. Johnaon yt .f ,
her Tele-
dren with
usually quiet and' I with' fresh shrlm are staying purl'nta.In.law. owl. So. he picked up In the Hradford County ( SEAL A. J. Thomas \ TIloniA PhMfar, ifefendant, offlcerattoo
( We love our water Percy and Rena Ostee his shotgun and brought ""Uted of Julv 195t. Clerk of the Circuit Court Case. No. sue MnTor for Two Year .
Betsy, this Slot day Chief of Police. for Tw.yes's'
content. small hooks. Clerk
Wailing and using very They while R. A. Is in service in Europe an owl as we eve (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. ThomaaClerk By Myrtle T. Denver Deputy Notice. To Apne* whosareolIen'e
gardens. down as big 4t 8axorirw | < : Thc'hA. Shafer,
CourtPy 83| To: Eugene
egetable supposed to be fishing I for< of the Circuit 't'..
were tw Unknown. One CKr Clerk. Trennurer*
other Mrs. Elolae Cowen spent ClerH and .. \\t*... I I.:
on each saw. Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy end Tea Cellaor foe T...
catfish. The man telling this story Il You are ".. .\,,* notified that S.'uea..r .
days in Gainesville having dents of Mri 813 l 4t ] '
sister APPKAHIn
near nelgn Mrs. Mike Gossett. TO restoration of T.....
Dlvorc Cod
of my suit for
ive said that very nearly every hook Circuit r.....t. Kradfurd CaseS. of nald election:
birthday. They work done. No. she wasn't going Pate .Go.sett. Mrs. Marlon' Payn, SOTICK' TO APPEAR' mitlilon name 1t..** bn filedsasiliet fnepectora

on my abe had a big blue-gill bream on I It. to have "china clippers", just fll. Gossett, Ralph Phillip: I. Circuit <.....t. Hradffird ConntrKlarl lorldn Orhach I. C'aaneerr.Iucy I'lnlntlff. v.. HenryOrl.ach. you In l\\e Shove named. K. n HemmlnRway Edwards'
Frances W. M.
,kiel and orange The law says that these scale fish .
lings. all of Skipper of your an. T,. M. Onlnen
and sat.ou and Edd Gosactt Plaintiff vs. Job"Nav.tt. to serve tjupy
Maria P. Navetta.
,yed games the water Tn Appreir.To WllllamaH
be returned to complainton T. H
must the
or pleadinw to
and Mabl will ewer
Ethan ..
Sapp are weekend Defendant. realdene
Ice the whoa
I made ville Ala. Henry (Orbach '
alnut tree. taken. Your flal spent Cat No. IS71Notice : the Plaintiff Attorney. T. FrankLandrMm R. Spark
day swlnge U when they are from a nice visit with George aa Mrs. Pate Goaselt.. They aloui Te Annrav.To In:: DA \Vlllett Street New Stark", ?litriIft and file Paul Tlaymond
?I. So many Ing reporter has seen bream York :New York. orlM-lnnl ltnfflc: I of thet'lerk Tn testimony whereof I hereuntonuhnorlbe
Ala In *
: of song. I have Pearl Baker in Birmingham. with the Coolidge Goasett familj: : :: John Navetta whose realdencti You are hereby notified thatault a th* Court on or h.'. my name and cause the

1 cherries and caught on a set-line. In a majo Leslie had a good time deliverln the day in St. Augustine i : ill West 7th Street New York for Divorce has ben. filed fore the of 10th the' ClrM'lt deS: 0 r Huptemrver. 19M; .etil of the said town to b* hereuntoifIXeii .

g.i 1 have ity of the cases, the bream are plowing and "batching spent N. T. .alnat you In th* above named ntherwiee, the alHntlon| of nnld thla the. 8th day of Aucunt
nned. Making pickle dead hooked de< papers Sunday. You are hereby notified that .a Court and cause and you are required "mplnlnt will PH taken. a. con ,.. f).. 1951.OFFICIAL.
or so
of the either while mama and papa were away: Suit for Divorce, restoration .fm.ld..n to serve. a copy of your anwr by ( PEAL) J. Tl. Wain-
batches tossed you.
lour that they will die anyhow. What of Jackson. name and other relief ha or pleadlne to the complaint on th notice til. b* publIshed wrlarht. Mayo
Saw Dick Carroll This )
that every: been filed. against you In Attorney, Evan '1". Ifivani Cltv CI..k.litO .
, INK. Plalntlff'a roneciitlveweek Carl John.
pickles MARKING week four Attest:
et flshe
I also mad good Is it doing to the ; vllle hanging around Long Bridg SUPER MEAT th* abov named Court andcaua and Nell I D. Kvane, Jr., 10] LaW F3x.chanare onoe each In the ri ? makes. men throw the fish in this coi Heard the Edith was her Guaranteed to conform to U. 8Dvpt. and you Sr. required toerve P'uillding' Jacksonville, Florl.rt *
of dill and three quart one day. regulation!. a copy of, your anawer or' and file the original In the office Tele.-rph. OTIt'ItlIcDlR' '
also .
The law of 1(51.tiKKICIAl
dltlon back? Agriculture August .
laYI 8lh of
plesding to the complaint on the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dated day n NAMR LAW.
weet bread-and-butte commerlcal fishermen too.Most bottle 73c Bradford Count: William D.Moraan of Heptem ( dl Al.) A. J. Thomas,
that the all of the tobacco work It oa. Plaintiffs Attorney. on or before the 4th day TO WHOM IT MAY C'ONCJORNt
wants the rec 507 Clark BullolnaJack.. her, 1HA1 ; otherwise. the a11e.atlon> Clerk Of I)1) circuit Courtny Notion I* hereby. given. that thnundernlarneil.
anyone must use cut bait on his line. How Is all but Joe Lazen Telegraph.XOTICR. the origin.al Myrtle T. !>>'ii'Vr, Deputy Clerk l
card and I wllyou. over; that aonvllle, Florida and file of ald Complaint will b. taken aiconfeened ; pursuant to tha Flctltlnii -
ne a can a whole live fresh water by's. Seems as though his wll In the office of the Clerk of the by you. ,.. silo| 4t l31]| : Name Htatute, Ho".. PIn No.
Don likes them. be considered cut bait? Circuit Court on or before th. 4th Thin notice shall he puhlthe !""X. n.aiNOTICM 1170. Chapter No. S09I13. Law of
shrimp never get finished so I can go te TO APPEAR of 111 s otherwla for four conaecutlv .f"I'':,HIn .
presen day September. nnre each week will with the
had a birthday ] S S S North Carolina. Time l la growing I* ('.....11 ,'....t. nradford. C...t7. the allea-atlona" of eald (" irla Germany. Level; Kl..rld.i In Ch..rv.Iota be taken. aa contended by you. Florida .. fhn.Oavhl .,/-.,,.
The Game Commission lets con .. left I). ( ph. for flradford County, Florida upon
foldered plecel. From short with pre. chool planning; T. Tcylnr, Plaintiff v Thin. notice rhall b* ptibllehedonce Pitted. this Xtat day of Julv 1981.OKKICJAI Kiuernon. !,1'"rt"'Ll"lalntlft.' va receipt of proof of the publication
merical fishermen use traps in the scheduled to start August 15. Tuylor Defendant. No IUI! each. week for four cnn.citlve ( S10AL) A. J. Thomas, Ullley Hhelley MivfVin 1..ten'Io"I. of thin notice, the fictitious name
id,I family I had thing I Case .week. In th. Bradford County Tel. Clerk of the Circuit Court Case No. 697 -
and which made nOne river to take catfish and rough Joe left Wednesday for San \....... To A.p..... traph.Dated. ny :Myrtle '1". Denver. 1'>.,,"'v ,'I., .. Notice To Apffe..'. to wit: .
led fish but will not let them use To: J..ff I>. Taylor, whom rest1n.'e Whopeeeii..n.'e IIIDu.l Manufacturing Co., Inc.,
of i Diego California where he WI'enjoy" Vnknown.Ton this Stint day of Julv 1Ut.OFFICI'L tl| 4t S\\U4 To: Lllley Hh"| In
I In under whlrh engaged
a pair unit Brtilrm : we are
was .
in lakes. They ay A. .y, Thorns", r and s't1tpu I.:
these SEAT.
; traps He that I l ( .
boot as a sailor. hereby notified biii 'nn In dtark, Bradford CounThat
b" garden glovea. :I camp tile.egainat .<.! Clerk. of the Circuit Court ", oTIrFl '1".. arrllII7 are her ti/' notified that a
last evening that the trap must be construct left with Jessie Murvln Caaon Ton tilt for teivore.In the has above namedCourt By Myrtl. T. Deaver, Deputv' Clerk I. flrrnlt Court, llrodford Connlyi. hut for Plvorcn ),...) been filed ty Florida the !imrllen Interested In .aMbttninenii
it In them to their specifications so scale fl8h you 1'3| 4t 8'24OTlrBI '' ** .. iiHulnut you In th. above named
l I.
hands so ton I' Kerce and Johnny Osteen. all 01 and rauav, and you are reiitr.d CNonrery.Nanry .. f"oitrt and caua a".t you are reiuired enterprise. are: r>. n. Hireloff. -
get my will not enter them. If then to serve a copy of your an Ann Wrnton. Plaintiff v of an. Jr. Lexington, N. C. and JackHonvllle -
Lake Butler.M. to serve your
for complaint 10 AlPF.4ttI. Cyril 1.. Weston, Defendant.Came 1t"I'' ::
holder my: to th. .
also a iwer or pleading .. lbs complaint I I 'Hlii.K.
evening Icale fish will not go in this traIin L. Johns Sr. went to Orlandi on th* Plaintiff! Altornny. T I. Circuit < dirt Hradford Tonnty, No. 503 PW. or I>lpntln"Attorney 10 T. Frank A. Hlceloff, inlnarton. N. C.
last I the Plaintiff
I used It iIt I In Flo.lda.nd Florlilai In ( hsn.'r.1eor \..ll. To Aeiprap.To on
the river they will not go Frank I-nndrum. Stark, e Ic. U !Hlceloff r.exlnarlon N. C.Mr.
and file
up my hair, and in the In the Lakes. If they do go I lithe on. business Tuesday. file th. orlntnal In the offlciof ..,. Hunter Carraillne, Plaintiff, : Cyril IVenton.. whoa rest.lance ,. th r.imilnim.. original Ptarke In 'lh.jriorlda, office of the"lent ; *, 1>. M. Hlceloff, Hr,, Lexington.tk'K .
on Defendant. |IM TOO Snniom Street
Court :
Circuit Cecil 8 C'arrudlne
Oak of the
some pretty pot We all went to Live Sunda:; Ih* Clark nf the Clroiilt Court on or be.for N. l'
ere trap, they can still be returnc or bafor the I7th day of Auffuat Case No. 8671otlre t'hlladulphln, Pa. lie. "Bnptember, Slceloff, Lesingtnn N C.
loth rtjiv of
never was so happy to: celebrate mothers 75th birth otherwts. the allegation o! !\ To Avpenv. You era hereby notified that e .1. Jr N. C.
]! 19BIS ) K.: Ni-lere, I.ezington
will certain nf
A fish nthervilH ,,1I""utlnnM
to.: the water. ami restoration of in.M.; ( ) "
taken aicontented To Cecil Cnrradlne whose ault for Divorce
cards and fii day. We went to my brother's aM<1 Complaint will b* : H. taken Dated. thl* lAth clay of AucuatA.
lent me filedaKalnnt aid Complaint VU) le its
be In better shape to survive take: by you. residence. la: 89-41 Sard. Street Glendale maiden name has been I. I).. hilt/ at mark, Bradford
life Is good. I have< Joe Cowling's and there, Corrie This notice shall h* publliihcd Long bl.nct. New York. you In the nhnv. named oonfoaaed by youi'hta .
out of a than if taken off a notion Phl\U)| b. publlnhedone Ciiiinty. Florliln.'
zinnias and so many: I trap and I cooked her dinner. We hat one. arh week for four conaectitlveweoka You are hereby notified that atilt Court and entice and you are required week Consecutive Silo| 41 '8131|
toP four
hook. This writer contends tha In the Uradford County Tel- for Dlvorc and award of minor' to serve a copy of your an.
of the lawn carried electric mixer alone
the edge
ig .
for catfish in our lake .Ireph.flnt.d -
;L HINTS. Use I a trapping and made her a cake. However this SSth day of July, 1581OFFiCIAL. -
will do leas damage than set ( SEAL) A. J. Thorn. ,
ng cup for a cover for he's klnda' "sot" in hiT ways ant Clerk of th. Circuit Court

s. I hold them 'dowl lining. wouldn't allow us to decorate it;; Cy Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk
a. 7127 l tl 117 .
liter ban.A\ pla tlc just wanted It left plain. .
In the light of sport fishing. Di i

makes a good showei 0. L Haynes reports that the baa! Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moods In rlvrnlt% T('nr.O;;: API'iOAfl' :. C..tF.1

ly works. Left over: ire hitting good in some of th! were visiting her grandparents,, l<'lnH. liii In Clianrrry.R OQpf4bCcaL&

can be dropped _In hoi Ilak... trolling with. a. small spinner Mr., and }fr.. _G, :V. Andrews re n.lva Harper n. Harper. Plaintiff vu John ;
used Defendant.Caie
cooked toe
He cently. No.
streamer. say
and a fly
..tor., I in ..eie. To A"..... a G
is working
he knows of over a hundred ban: Felton Moody now Tot John I'. Harper. whose real

ILL; letters from Ilia taken by this method Sound: Gainesville doing electrical work d..n"* iHt Macon Street il.ndr.ofl.orth ,

. and Dorothy Manning good too. In the past, for the city He works with Harold Carolina and the mallltc KorthCarolina. ad- t
mighty Hendron
m't forget. Also a nice I quite a number of bass have ben Shiver. drup. I. .Ilox 829 I 1. .dM:. 1te'k. _. You CAN! SEk.fcii high and low and never fioil' a Letter convertible

Hazel Qrlffia of Marcus High- I taken fishing with a top plug trailling We're going to have a week's revival You for are Divorce hereby ha notified. ben that filed.alit I. tS.r) Iiuy than tliirf Vord eautyl! It brings you V-8 power ; the type .
lye her streamer fly about six Inches at the Baptist Church beginning iKfilnat you In th* above named .. ,51 a: opowertos'hkhAmenica'eniosteitpenaivacarssrenowturning. f
at a camp In Missouri, ('curt and cause and you nr re- j '.
KB soldier. They hind. September 1. Rev. Strick. iulrd to aery a .copy oC your aniwer a It's thrifty lWfr. too, with Ford's Autonutic Mileage Maker
a good 2
a to the complaint
' school: to me. Another Ihrei land Ralford, will be the speaker.We and in' the or Plaintiff'nleadlna1. Attorney. Noal. V.rovan. I. .5' aiiieexng| all 'Ije JK>WC/ from each drop of go*.
such Bob Dean. of Jax. caught enjoyed a visit by Sam : ., Jr. 103 Law RfhanKeHulldlna
Leon with
i Carter nice fish this past week. Oni Alice McGarvey Lawtey and Lou. Jacksonville Florida and '.1
Ires of him in Austria. original In the office of the
'II the
weighed in at 9 1-2 pounds, one aii ptta and John their niece and (lprk* of the Court on or before the

ng good use of his days 1.4 pounds, and one at 1 1-2 nephew from New Jersey, last 7th! day nf AUffUHt IftStJ; ntherwln e.C
:,r to learn geography fist the. Mlea'atlona of paid Complaint
God bless them aU. pounds. Bob says that thete *eek. They saw us working In tobacco will b* taken a* confessed by you.

cost him about $100 a pound. Thli ; the first time they had Thin notice Fhall h* puhllnhedno :
learned from reliable con..utlv.week. *
each week for four
it t who have I writer wonders how many jcen the actual work done. Lou In the Bradford County Tel.re .-
some people
fishermen would say the same Tohns showed Louetta how toetning" ph.
me been helped. by I Hated, this JMh day of July, 19B1. '"
if asked this question. Poor things; hov they .J
ilfalfa( seed tea. Those thing ([OFFICIAL fH AL) A. J. Thomaa.Clerk .
I a. suffered. of th. Circuit Court. ::l
afflicted might try it. the !y Myrtle T. Deaver, Demity Clrrk: '
reporter had
f One question your At dinner I actually it Ill? i .
do and
:n < you no harm .-
would' like to leave with you. "Are audacity to give 'em collard green -
Put 3 tabps, of certi-I do aV those I NOTICE TO APPEAR ii
HIM, or bread. (Imagine
ill the fishermen and corn
uf alfalfa In a atone or .l. rlrenlt r...*. Hradford Coantr.Fl :
the liars fish?" "yam dankees" eatln collards and ....... I. C.......). i
pitcher. Pour a quart Plaintiff, vs.tart. .
I o'n bread!) They were good (leo France Whyt.
.. E. Whyte. fendant.
water on It. Let It
torts though. for they choked Itlown Case No. ISO F .
.n and cool. Drink one moving from cookie sheet. and grumbled. Even I"' .51.. T. A.-.. '
'tar each meal and at Don Is fine and we are well To: Charles Bi Vhyte, WhosO
Ion said they were good. 'enlilegc. la: Vnknown.
A pinch of salt may be digger is happy these days. He Istied The Reddish Andrews family enloyed I You are hereby notified. that amlt '

bit of sugar to make it down In the back yard andre in for Dlvorc has been filed : cc ;
Union County "Sing"
' the .icalnet you In the abov namedALVAREZ' .
!. It takes about three ts under the porch In the shade .
I .( :4_ \
really work. Try It andr ie likes to go walking with me. ,

from you. Flax seed Life is good for all of us here Irhe Ien'a Clothing IJ

the' same way Is good for United States. We are lucky., II1I11[ STOREPORTRAIT Established 1891

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lend sugar, 1 cup spry I service so .we have to depend 4

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1 t. 1 tap. vanilla 1-2 tap. Sod blew them all. We are so ,

SOda and cream of tar- and good. Hallmark Greeting Cards
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w flour. Mix In order All for now and happy vaca- r

term dough into balls Ions to all. I shall be thinking of Camera.q'dIia .

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i good condition before we plant whatever It is we sure could usa < 1 Poultrymen AdvisedTo I Tips On Culling Herd- I can produce In good good flesh.! calves and remain raf.11s II I devooPlnC:

Think if we can get a good standof good breeie. Suppose well gets I Prepare Now For Given By GlasscockThe The herd bull should be of fine se n, ( ob.truc ?t III
FARMER'S rye It will help carry our stock all the breezes we can handle appearance and breeding but U he jUtlg,J market] IiIII!
over the lean Winter months shortly, though.. Fall Laying SeasonNow weight of a beef calf at falls to sire uniform, "typey" and the ilv prlllJartl tbep4A '
DIARY 55 weaning Is the most Important of a
J While cutting the field Sam wat With the scant rain we've had ,I ( Is the' time for Florida all factor to consider In deriding
By Sam McCarvey I aroused from day dreaming by the our corn Is dying fast and think poultry farmers to begin preparations whether the mother cow will continue
r eight of a snake which he thought that we may be able to gather U for the fall laying season In the herd or go to market- -"'----11-- ..
The author will be Clad to revlve > was a rattlesnake He drove over soon. It would have been ready b:>! according to Norman R Mehrhofof according to Dr. R, S. Claucock
. <. Item. of Intercut concerning to the fence, yelled to Alice for the now but we planted it very late the University of Florida Agricultural of the University of Florida Agri-
the. activities of farmer In gun and went back after the viper sometime around April 1st. The Extension Service. cultural Experiment Stations.
+ Bradford, County. Suggestions! may But the snake had disappeared by peanuts are coming along but It "How well the poultry farmer -"Moet beef animals produced in BARGAIN FOR SOilRepossessed
.IM Mt at the Telegraph office. or this time, and even though Sam may be three weeks or more before does his preparatory jobs during Florida are sold as slaughter
mailed. to Hm BIcGarvey.. Law ley, double cut the' nearby rows he we will be able to turn the the next few weeks will! have s cnlvV the Experiment Station
Florida could see no signs of It. A braver hogs In. strong bearing on how successful animal husbandryman explained"so V
killed see ;I will be during the fall and win
soul would no doubt have he of calf at weaning
the weight a
Finally:! took a day off and vlsltsd had another attack of lameness the snake with dispatch, but Sam This Is our first summer with ter, ,when eggs bring the highest the year' production of .
Jessie Lee Lazenby'a place over and a lack of ruminltlon loss of hates two things and both of them our deep freeze and make believeit prices of the year" the poultry the represents cow, and a cow that doesn't
at New River to see tobacco grow. appetite and other signs of distress are makes. isn't wonderful to be able tc specialist explained calf that Is of good
ing and watch harvesting. Had an" As we had turned Bunkle have sweet corn (on the cob, or I Pullets are now making rapid weight produce when a weaned should be REMINGTON R.\ND:
interesting time watching the boys, out with her to nurse, we believe Had our own private little cream style), English peas, snap: growth and the poultryman should sold when she In fat from sum
headed by Joe Lazenby gather the that may have been the cause "plnder billng" and to tell the truth beans, broccoli, spinach berries.i keep a watchful eye on them to be .
leaves despite the objections of the and have since shut Bunkle off we enjoyed the peanuts boiled very peaches, mangoes, Ice cream etc. j;{ sure they get adequate feed, plentyof mer grazing.
mule. Then saw the glrlH Betty I from her. Joy was down In the much They taste entirely dif- And while we can't tell exactly I fresh clean water, and as much With adequate feed and propel
and Louise Johns, and Betty Ham barnyard, and apparently couldn'tget ferent from parched or roasted how much it costs to run the deep: green feed as Is available, and are management any good cow ;will Adding Machii
mock stringing the leaves. Hada up. so we rushed over to the peanuts but when you eat one freeze, we know that it can't be |free from pests Mr. Mehrof pointedout I breed and produce a calf every
fine country dinner consisting of State Farm to sue if we could get you try another and before yov: much. that the young birds should be I year, .and cows that fall to dr
rice, collards sausage corn bread I the Vet who treats animals there know It you're gobbling them up&: I in excellent flesh when they are this are either inadequately fed
blueberry pie and frozen peaches. But he was out that day and by like a feeder pig. Over on the State Farm Road I put in the laying house and recommended or are sterile from physiologicalcauses.
:It was mighty "good eating". I the time we got home Joy was up: Man by the name cf Hans who from Lawtey we saw the first keeping mash before I If a cow gets adequatefeed
Joe Lazenby and Ralph Merrltt and around again. She has something Is attached to this soil Conservation patch of berries set out this season .''' them at all times and also provld and falls to produce a calf, it Multiplies Adds Sub
who Incidentally helped each other the matter with her, and we District visited UII briefly and that we know about. It looked Ing adequate grain for them. If I Is advisable to sell her at peak
with their crops, told us some of mean to try to find out what It la chatted with us about the soil In all right when we saw It last and!I pullets seem to be coming intc 'weight In the height of the sum
the work entailed In growing tobacco ,Id..flnltely. if possible We do not this area. He made a couple of we hope that It will come along all production too early, increasing mer grazing season. COSTS
and we soon learned that It I think that she bas a nail in h..i test drillings In our Kitchen Gar right as we've heard that at this the amount of grain or feeding a To cattlemen who are now culling NEW $153.44
Is certainly not an easy crop. If ; heart. den and identified the soil as belonging time of the year you are lucky 11, fattening mash will help solve the their herds in preparation foi
Indeed there Is any such thing a'l to the Lynchburg variety you get a 60 percent. stand. : problem.All the fall and winter. Dr. Glasscockalso
an easy crop In farming We I When we put Bunkie out tc Told us of the service rendered bi) houses troughs feeders, offered these suggestions:
gaining the conviction that nurse Joy, she got a lot of help: the SCS. and after hearing aboul Maybe It's the manure we pull i waterers, and other equipment While wild nervous cows unusually Will Sell For Unpaid Balance
word farming should be spelled from the milk, but as soon as we It we decided to get on the list foi around the trees In the orchard should be put in first class condition are better feed rustlers than
W-0-R-K. I I I took her off again she lost weight a complete analysis and recom or perhaps the spraying' ;we did I now. The Extension worker fairly docile ones they also produce .
So we decided to teach Bunkie mendation. or then it might be the trace mini, called attention to tho Importanceof calves with their disposition
As the new runners we set out take milk out of a pall, and It li orals we put around the roots, but cleaning and spraying laying The same holds true for herd )
t. early this year "burned up", we proving tq be a tedious Job. Funny Moved Comfort, Toby, and Butchour whatever It Is something Is hap]i houses, repairing feeding and bulls, and wild bulls and cows
are going to use runners from our(j jI how a calf Will nurse readily ( tiny beef herd) over to the penlng and our orchard ehow. watering equipment, and making should go to market. Quiet gentle
I lust year's berry patch, and as the I enough, but If you give her a pallof back field and truck garden wherewe signs of growing for the first time j or purchasing new equipment that I bulls and cows that are easily Machine Little Used -LIKE
patch is quite overgrown with,f fv milk she will sniff it, turn her have some good grass growingPut since we've started.. will be needed. .. managed usually produce the best h
ti weeds we are taking up plants head aside, as If to say: "Take Butch there first and he raised If old birds are to be ''kept for calves ,v.rnr'f. T'1 **> rf
and "heeling" them In, until tber.l that poison away!" We'U keep at sand until we put Toby over Just when we thought we hat mother season, all early molters **
la enough moisture In the teaching Bunkle to drink but sc there with him the two qUlete.l'down an entire failure from our sowing I birds that show yellow pigment In I A cow's appearance Is not al.
net them out. But the! the back field .. ways a reliable Indication of hei
I getting far Alice gets more milk in her How calves love company! of hairy Indigo in the vent eye-ring. >..k. and A Real BargainFOR
runners out of the weeda Is really i we noticed it growing here and!I worth in the herd as some large
birds weakness
shoes than Bunkle does In her shanks, and that show
t a tough job and we are making Borrowed Sam's sister Ruth'i there and then found out that we should be culled and sent tc flnelooklng cows drop runty, inferior I
slow progress. So far only have I tummy. power hand mower and mowed the have a far stand after all. Seem. market Likewise all Inferior calves while some smal'
2,000 plant., but are sure that It!, going over grass In the front yard and barn that hairy Indigo takes some time' young birds should bo ciJIed. Cul cows produce excellent calves SOMEONE
J will be easier going and that we I When to Klngsley Few cows as a matter of fact
I yard. These machines do a fine to get goinga mistake If you ling la Important to eliminate un
Lake for swim,via the old Kings.
It will find more plants at thee a the should ask what
many job particularly when grass happen to us profitable birds from the flock and .
other end of the patch. ley Lake Road we spotted a dead has grown so high that you can'tdo with the way that ,weeds grow, also for the
.i: gator lying in the road. John and anything at all with a hand: to provide. more room and reduce their resistance to dls .

t At the same time we are making Luetta pried some teeth from the mower. And they will really do e Getting some land ready now young lice layers.As and mites weaken bird. ease. It Is highly Important tc *
s i. up buds for berries so that when' jaws and now have some sou- job on tall weeds, too, although It and going to try to jump the gun make frequent examinations of I,:, ),
,: we get enough rain we will be ready I verbs of Florida to take back Is slow work A little bit of gasoline and get some Fall crops In early birds roosts, and houses to determine .
to set. But for one reason or another North with them. The gsiir by the will cave a whole lot of perspiration Will plant potatoes, snap beans Like every one else we thought whether these pests are
we're having a lot of trouble way must have been about :5: feet though. etc right away and expect to sow that farming was simple-after present and to take prompt control
;' making, the beds wide enough, and long. some cabbage broccoli, etc., just all, what Is there to It, other thar measures If they are found. Sodium SEE IT AT
: so far have made them up twice.' First time we fixed a broken as soon as we can. growing crops and selling them? fluoride, either dip or dust U
1, Want to be sure the beds are wide] Right field where we grew"sweet hoe handle we had quite a time of e5 .' But If we 'had !it to do.over againwe effective against lice and spray
enough so that the shoulders won't, corn this year, was fast getting It. But now we burn out the old We've had over 2% years now would do a lot more In the way:! ing with a good coal tar disinfectant
k wash away in fact we've been to be 'a forest of ragweed, handle and then the rest Is not at of this jump from city living tc of preparation for It, such as tryIng will control mites.
told that there should be 14 feet 'GriffIn" weed, dog fennel etc, hard. farm living under our belts, and to learn more before we The Extension worker alec BRADFORD COUNTYTEIK
from the of to the edge'of no we decided wed better cut it up in while chuckle
: row plants every once a we started. But we would do It over pointed out that green feed sucr
the bed. Going to board oft As a start, we split open beds, and The weather Ie Just plain hot; or grimace over the many mistakes again, If it is a hard life it is also as grass clippings vegetable trim
now and then fertilize. will let the sun kill some of thweeds too hot to do anything much. The we've made. It seems to u< a satisfying one, and particularlyhere mings, and pasture Is very good STAUKE FLORIDA
".; before we go over It again' Weather Department tells us we on reflection that the chief mistake In Bradford County where for the laying flock. He recom-
Just when we thought that Joy We plan to sow rye \\n this field;. need a change in barometric prew was In underestimating the there are so MANY friendly. mended planting crops that may
was recovering, albeit slowly she In the Fall, and want to have It in I sure, and they may be right, but job| of making a living.on a farm people. be used for this purpose.




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SLIPSFormerly LADIES Dungarees CatalinaBATHING SpecialMEN'S

1.93 2.98 ? !

,.,' Now1.491.99 I Made in STARKE ,,' WORK\ SOX 19c



Up to i'\$6.95 Formerly 2.39 1.98 1' MENS UNDERSHIRTS & 2.29 1.79 JNOU NOW -. 1 h

No\v.. HALF SLIPS Up to 8.95 \ 6.95 Now 3.99 2.98 NOW Li!l

3.99n NOW F 7.93 Now 4.99 T-SHIRTS 39c ,
Formerly 2.98 11E1'tt
-ONE: 1.01' LADIESSANDALS j ( GIRLS HOYS 8.93 Now 5.99 -.

'Now 1.99 .99 Size 6 1.19 t 10.93-11.93- MENSUndershorts DRESS PANTS

f t I.;,8 S.12-1.69 14-16-1.89 12.93 Now 7.99
All Colors Formerly 2.98 LADIES COTTON iiRATiSTE 49c
11.93 Now 8.99HI


LOT LADIES Now 1.98 1.49'LAiIES GOWNSFormerly\ First Quality 81 x 99 SWIM TRUNKS 1.00

1.93 NOW 1.19
Sandals 2.98 2.49 2.98: NOW 1.99 Mostly Large Sizes j, rl' tn"t

SHORT :3.98 NOW 2.49
Now 1.99

2.98 .!. LADIES Pillow CasesFirst Bathing Trunks PANTS X
3.98 and 1.98
j up to Now 1.99 SHOR 1.49 1.69 NOW 1.19 3.9S 4.98 NOW 2.99 5.95 6.95!> 7.9"i
Now 2.99 QualityCANNON 1.98 NOW. 1.19
1.19 NOW $9c Now 3.99.4'9Extra
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99c 51.15 Gauge: BLOUSES 1.99 BATH DRESSES ,t

2.9 ".9* NOW 10.16
-M_ NYLON HOSE TOWELSWasfaRags 1.99 2.98 NOW 1.99 TKSSffMADE
One Special Lot Indies SUUIEUSKIRTS: '- NOW 1-19 1.49Sizes
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NYLON BLOUSES .\, .,I .' 39 GIRLS 2.8
: '\ : SHORTS 1.19
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3.98 NOW 2.49 1.19
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Now 2.99 2.98 NOW 1.99 99c IN S

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DRESSES 3.99 BAGS 1.99 9 : Size STARKE Size 1 6
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