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: June 20, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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;.& p City Council Hires New Fireman


.- .w -, Changes-! Meeting...!.. Time To 5 P.M.The Blanding's 'Come Back'Under

tions of his proposed sub-division
Starke City Council hired
after the buildings had been COn.
a new fireman, Harold L. Reid, I
structed. Hardy's request was :
4 at their regular meeting Monday made Way Monday
so that he could secure
night to bring the city's fire department FHA

up to full strength. : mortgages for the buildings
Hardy will place half of the
Reid is a retired Jacksonville fire WI' -
I money required for the pavingon C/
I captain who has over 25 yearsof
-Polaroid l-ltinutt Photo by the TelegrphLast deposit with the council. The itT1el

week Bradford County's buniper sweet corn crop wu gob Councilman experience. James A. Lewis I I city's policy on paving is that Seventy-Five Local Men Needed .

Into freight cars and tracks. This week It is going into cans a* the city pays half of the cost and
farm families I throughout the- county*began "putting up" the surplus. I I I stated chairman after of the the meeting fire committee: The, ,' the residents pay half. Hardy Camp Blanding will begin its long trek back to a "sta l1by" -

community I I[ estimated the paving cost at basis Monday when the first actual reconstruction
In above photo a. family scannIng party" is in session at the council hired Mr. Reid only afterno work

canning plant- OB the BUS school -grounds. Left to right: Middle- suitable local applicants wanted I, 2475. gets underway. flobert Craig, project manager for Smith
The council set time for ; .: Construction Co. said
a new i that "earthwork
ton Rosier, one of Bradford County's veteran farmers, Us grandson the job." I'I ,. Si operations" would
their bi-weekly' meetings. The r ( begin then for the new railroad
Grady Vance, operating the capper, and Air. Hosier's daughter, 1\lrs'l Lewis said it was the council'! council spur. He says a subcontractor -
will now meet at 5 p.m.1on
Ruby Canoe. Mr. Rosier antI his son had 25 acres of corn this ).f'&r. I policy to hire a local man whenever I I every first and third Tuesday --i: :' j I way. be on the scene clearing and grubbing the rightof

possible. '

High Priced Pepper Low Priced Corn i Hardy The that council they assured would pave Charlesi por. I II Ii I Y.until The Covington September.council explain also heard the current Dr. A. I + about Craig two said week the He actual expects"track to operation"hire about would 75 local begin men t in>

> c11L- 7 : tI t- lay ties. rails and complete the other track work.
I i I work of the Bradford County .. .. .
i Johns Removed Health Department. Last week I _,. I ne saw mat henll JM> o
Exit After Year In CountyThe t cents an hour for
Bumper 1'the council turned down the de- j I Ipartment's c i" Air Force Uses 40 hours ,u.i
: time and a half for
PlantSuperintendent -- overtime lieexpects
: As Light request for additional I
; .
to work five hmlr"I
sale of Bradford County's total of $34,599 was paid to the funds for its present budget. They Blanding Ranges I I days each week and estimate thaf
I urged that Dr. Covington. director '
bumper corn and pepper I Brooker growers. '- the project should be complett din

crops dwindled rapidly this week I I The Starke Market handled of the health department, appear : To Train Men three months without any." hnia'up.s
before the council this weekto
marking the close of their season' only 1,831 tubs of peppers, but Barry S. Johns, superintendentof i from bad weater or shortly

here. And with the exit of these I their average price to the grower Starke's light and water plant. :: explain his department's func If i Craig comtemplates no trmm .
I I i 50' vj he-ird a "rumor" thi-
two commodities went the recent ran $4.65. Their fancies paid between was relieved of his duties last tions. --Polaroid 1-Minute rhotn by the Telegraph- week in getting material Iha' -
that Air Force
high-pitched activity at thecounty's $5.50 and $6.25, and their Tuesday night by the city's Boardof The council praised Dr. Coving- It'i good-bje to Bradford 'lIlInt.s tropkal heatwave for these' are in Camp: Blandinj-personnel for once 1 I that he will get his steel rail ti "".

I I choice and reds about ton on the work he wa> accom Seaboard, and the onl tie-up Ui.

markets. 200. Their total paying Bond Trustees. plislnng, but explained that due thirty-M-\en smiling; }iirli." Thej're off to a 4-II camp on Cherry Lake! it isn't a rumor. It's true. I I I I might be caused by the .-' .

To date 93,662 crates and bag ,. pepper payments City Clerk Carl Johns said that to recent heavy expenditures they and they- face the gruelling pros]>ect of going !wimniin at least But the Air Force hasn't taken' strike is a shortage of slag n ,>m

of corn have been sold at thecounty's ran $8515.46. the board's decision took effect twice a day. The girls will tomorrow after eek", : over the camp by any manner of
I I to would have to hold his request return a \\ trainingin ; |I the steel mills to be uwd as h.
markets for Latest average prices paid immediately. R. S. Wasdin whc I
a.. until some later date. crafts and personal' appearance.( means. 1 1,:last. He said that he o.xil.iv '

total of $116,522.11 to the grow-I;,: the grower per package at the was appointed. the new superintendent (."1)1.-,. .-rampr.riffin-..._- ... :....._, ('!lmn" n,.'"_ ....u""_'DL. .. 00 UIIUI_'". ..-. -__
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era. Pepper growers have received -!I Brooker :Market were peas $1.47. took office Wednesday Blandin commander explains'A"I however.
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Post 56 Nine Meets Touted Post 9 Here
$87,421.71 for 24,366 tubs peppert.ll 1-2. butterbeans morning:. TonightStarke's itso: I j.I NT. H. Brorsen. Live Oak i >

$2.55' 1-4. corn $1.50, Fordhooks B. S. Johns had worked off and
of pepper I The Air Corps requires that its tractor, started placing matt-rial
$2.37, cukes $2.25, egg plant $2.02 Plant since American Legion Post Starke will play at Gainesville, f[ third inning to lead 9-3. but wildness -
The low price paid for corn and on with the Light men have a certain amount of for the Telephone and Telegrapr
I.1 cantaloupe $2.50 per crate and service 56 baseball team has scheduled :, and Friday they will be back here on the part of Pitcher Edgar
the high price for the peppers Aug. 15, 1929. His total I small arms firing There were nc Building this week He h.i.s tIerected ]
okra $4.26. ', months. |: a rugged slate of practice gamesfor !i to take on Williston. Akridge permitted Jacksonvilleto
made marked changes in the I amounts to 14 years nire I. suitable ranges at the Orlando a small tool house;
I A total"of 13,851 packages were He work with the Light ': the next week. Last night I II Starke had yet to win a game |I regain the lead. Michael Beau- : I Brorsen
began expects to about
total revenue for these two crops.I AFB, so the Air Force made a employ
to last shipped from the Brooker with a Plant for the third time in Dei !I (Thursday) Starke entertained : going into last night's contest, but I jack Green Cove Springs then deal with the National Guard 10 men to build a 25; x 130 foot

r as compared year. gross revenue of 31248.78 tc I has served Gainesville here, and tonighttheyll Coach Thomas sees better days took the mound for Starke tc tc1 i.concrete block
i cember, 1947 and as allow its to j building on tht'
men here and
This year's corn crop was more against the highly rated ahead. His team lost I hold the Colonels scoreless. I
the growers.H. I superintendent since then. I II I go green tcj j fire the southwest corner of the old parade
on rifle
plentiful than last year, but its L. Brownlee Co. handled 661 j Wasdin has been serving as tte.I Post 9 Generals on the BHS field !,I II Raiford. 16-1; Gainesville. 2-1.1 I The Gainesville game saw Lyle I! Col. Griffin Blanding stated that ranges.twc > ground area, near the field house

price was much lower. The average total of at 8 o'clock. and the Post 9 Colonels, 11-9. j The Army
hampers of limas for a chief He began I ; Engineers announced
plant's engineer. I Buck lose a heartbreaker after
I companies (about 250 ) are'now !
price to the grower per pack. $1,626 to the grower. This I in I Next week Coach Herb. Thoma Tuesday the Colonels won aseesw j men early this week that they had
working in the light plant !
giving only four hitsBhlly: in the first week of firing at
age this year was $1.60 (crated) averages $2.46 per hamper to the is pitting his young players struggle with a three-run up i opened bids on the rehabilitation
1944 and has worked every phase I,
at Brooker. J1.57: (crated) 'at:j grower. I I against Jacksonville's Post 156 fourth inning rally. Starke had i! Buck drove in Starke's only run Blanding. After one week they II I I of the camp's water, sewer and
of its activities. I I !
I will return to Orlando and twc ,
Brownlee's and 90 1-4 cents The county's melon crop i? r Wasdin his first day assuperintendent here Tuesday night. Wednesday ,. surged ahead by one pcint in the vith a timely double I; power systems. Low bidder wa*

(uncrated) at the Starke market.I from the fields spent more companes! will move into :, the W. D. Owens Construction ('0

Last year's crop brought and an shipped mostly I checking meters.I -,. $ E-- I Blanding. This will continue overa of Cleanaterith a bid '11
by truck and there is no accurate tl "
I i He said that the plant was toe f- I
: ; '. : ] period of several weeks. I 143334785.
of 2.25 (crated) to bring. ,4S. .::- -
average arrive this ,. .
way to at him to his : ; : :
i understaffed for stop -
But it I The
u not expected that Owens Co. outbid
the growers in this area' $209,126. /_ 'I'"! I .sewn
crop's revenue. I usual work after stepping into : -'. -: .. Starke will see much of its Air' other construction firms aim
't:11; :
On the brighter side this year'spepper Starke Market duringthe : :
At the I his new job. He said that the Force visitors. Their Commander' their bid was well below the got.ernment's .
crop paid its growers over past week 6486 crated and!1 about
plant presently! ; says the men come up here to estimate of $713.074:
twice as much total revenue as bags of corn were sold payinga s ,51 .. i1 95.
half of its required} employees. "' .. Ii. work. and work they do-arising. The contract for this ron,
it did last year. Grower revenue total revenue1,614.35.. The W '
I i 1 iII' ; I before dawn and staying on the will probably be awarded
in, .the county now stands at crates brought between 75 cents. ,. It. ;r.. n.i I I next Veek, and if Owens' bid
Prize Zinnias Set ,i range until 6 p.m. By that time, &

537.42L17 this year as compared) and $1.20 a crate: and the bags I i .-, ''m..,=.,:=-",, ,,,__ --.1't., .:' i, I they wouldn't feel much like accepted the total I cost of th,. thre

to '(:,960 for last year. j I sold for 50 cents. I I I For June 27 Show .," ,.." 7 1f!.", : rehabilitation project will o*
;& visiting town if
even were
* .Prices for fancy peppers. ranged J| Tomatoes'era.'Ed $2.61 a tub, : ,. 110 "--.., __ ?-*:&. J&- ./ '_!"" I they I $1.727.02260.Sharp .
I allowed to, which they aren't. I I
between $5 and $&.25 at the and peppers ran .$4.10 a tub at|,i Bradford County flower growers Pictured above l K an architect's drawing of the 12 additional units now being added to the Dixie The airmen are using the National : competition among It.

county's markets for approximately the Starke Market. Total revenue j will get a chance to show off, Motor Court on Temple A\e. Owner It. W. :\1E'lzt'ra.)"', that it will take $30,000 in real Yankee money : Guard barracks: and mess.' bidders has cut the camp Imp'' IIW

10 das ending last week. for the week ending Wednesdaywas their prize zinnias next Thursday to complete the addition. Each unit will IH- 13 x 16 feet in sUi> and will .ha\e tile hath-,, central heating hall I ments far below the original annv

This week the Carolina 27 the zinnia estimate of three million dollars
$9,050.53. June at county's
peppers walU made of
and air ('onditiollinThe; additions are being made of concrete block with the outer The
began hitting the markets and the show. Miss Dorothy Ross, F army's district engineers ar-
slump brick and C 110. Ben Hall N the contractor. also
prices here began dropping. home_ demonstration__ _____ ___ ae-ent._ said" > Chilclr. n Pnmn "settingup hop" at Blanc'
Veteran Guidance nun u - -
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rOn ing Project
Up to Wednesday H. L. i that entries for this year's showshould Engineer J. B Rowland

Brownlee Co. had marketed Expert Coming HereJack be brought to the courthouse Mine Pay Boost : School Budget Slade Gas Co. BSP Gifts Building had established 1465 (National an flft..Juanl... 'I i

12.626 tubs of peppers for a total I I today (Friday) between 9
Cook assistant state Shows' : Leads In Softball area)L He is a civilian from me
service Wage
price to the growers of $H.317,25i j and 11 a.m. District EnKineerV Jacksonville

Brownlee's average price to the I officer will be at the offices Mrs. Ross.said that the zinnia Lower Next YearBradford i I I office and will transfei staf
for'' of A. J. Thomas. Jr.. county sen-- Increase In AreaA : a n
grower was $3.51 per tub show is sponsored by the Home I i I Slade Gas Co romppd over I six from Jacksonville 'rhg \ wllsem ,
ice officer, on Friday, June 20 I I.
fancy, choice and red peppers. Demonstration Council. The Home Camp Blandin i-li-rk.-, and' IIISpe..tU-
from 8:30: to 10 a.m. Cook is recent increase at the County's School Board
Brooker Market handled. 9.903 : Demonstration Clubs of the county pay i I lead in the second half of the I

tubs of peppers paying an average visiting the area so that local will be competing for the grand Humphreys Gold du Pont mine will discuss! next year's County ;.I I Bradford County Softball: league I Billy Graham

veterans can get expert guidancein I shows that in School budget at their regular Chosen
price to the grower of 319. AI prize. and the club whose mem wages general are ,. Slade Gas now has won two
I benefits under the : meeting; July 7. Harmon P. :
obtaining rising in Starke. The increasewas As Legion Alternate
I bers Ret the most blue ribbons will games without a defeat during

GI Bill. be declared the winner. I Based on community: adjust- I Morgan, county school superintendent i, the second half. The team finished For

Sam McGarvey i Cook will help veterans or their Lastear the Heilbronn and ments. or a comparison of th> said that this year's bud last in the three-team first I 34th Convention

dependents in filing claims for I mine's wages with the rates : get will probably be lower than
Brooker clubs tied for the grand paid half of league play. | Billy Graham
of Starke
Relates Trials ; I i last year's due to was
a in
I compensation benefits or will aid by other large industries in this! ,
prize. The individual blue ribbon Alvarez, first-half winner, drop nominated as an alternate to he
in solving their insurance prob. ( II proposed capital outlay. j i
winners last year were Mrs. Bill area.The The '. ped Raiford 24-9. in its first start American Legion's 31th annual
To Rotary ClubThe I l lems. This free service includes! increase amounted to an 1951-52 budget included |I I
Bigham, Brooker: Mrs. Robert I since the league has entered its national convention by Florida's
assistance to employers of veterans, average of 4 1.2 cents an hour re-plastering schools in Brooker' : S
Hiers, Brooker; Mrs. Helen Sapp.I second-half play. Raiford has now Fourth District at their constitu
I \'ocationall and I "
humorou under the GI Bill, for every hourly .employee. The Lawtey. renovating the heating : # -
many experiences I Heilbronn and Mrs. Austin Fend I dropped two straight. .b."i ; tonal conference Sunday The oa
and otherwise, encountered in! training, subsistance 0: other extra pay is not considered a raise systems at Lawtey and Hamp-j;I Yesterday at 7:30: Bland-
er. Sunnybrook. p.m tional convention will be held 'a
- problems. by the Wage Stabilization I ton and renovating the old high -? 4. >
Board. .
transition from life
making a city
i school ing played Raiford. and: thesecond 1 New York City. August 21 :24!
I but merely an adjustment to community in BHS's new -
to farm life were related at the Starke Lions clash
; Armory Dances Halted Buy library. game a Starke's Arch Thomas, Jt *-ube >
Rotary Club Wednesday by Sam I standards.E. I between the two undefeated
1 I league's succeeded in bin post 'II d
McGarvey whose column "Farm-! Television Set C. Weichel, mine superintendent Last year'capital outlay figurewas teamSlade Gas and rhi'f''" .. met commander by DWIght 8wlivan

The Saturday night dances says that the increase $106,466. The only major
er's Diary" is well known to .
Alvarez. Stark!' \ 'mngstrs are romping of Mr- PaUl
readers. sponsored by the American Legion The Starke Lions Club decidedto brings the mine's wages up to tht i repair contemplated for thisyear's Newberry. '
Telegraph I on a new -il.dinii a set of Balasch of Inverness
at the Starke Armory have buy a television set at their maximum allowed by the W3B. I budget is the re-plaster- wn.sted
Several years ago McGarveywas i Inoculations 1 swings installed on a playground as president of the Four'n f'tnct '
been discontinued weekly meeting Wednesday ing of Bradford Dog I
r.1 t temporarily night. He adds that the board review High School which
employed by a large adv I in front of the new Jail by the
because of hot weather and the John A. Torode, Lions president, th. is under way now. This job should : i Auxiliary
level each
Using agency in New York City. community's wage | End Tomorrow 'Beta Sigma Phi sorority about The Fourth District .... "H' ,n
said that the club cost about !
After some :0ears he wearied torn-up condition of Temple Ave. purchased the six months to determine if an increase $10.000. .
The dances have been held set M that its members would Morgan stated that tie: 'i ity's two months ago record as favoring Sell < xerirge.Smathers'
regularly coun-
of the two and a half hour daily;i can be given. Tomorrow will b-j the last The sorOrity purchased the

round trip by train, bus ferry,' for the past six months. not have to rush home Wednesday The hourly workers at the mine buildings were in pretty good !II chance for local dog owners who : slide and repaired the swings .. proposed that the constitutional.amendment nomination

: evenings to see the fights. got a similar increase last i i I shape at present and would need wish have vaccinated
November their -
and subway which was required The Legion has no definite plan :i to dogs 1 given to them by Bradford High of presidential and vice presidential
i In the future the Lions will i to bring their to the only routine mainten<1nce. for rabies at the low of i
in between his home wages price
on when the dances will be resumed. i I School. ai: their project for last candidates be by populai 'ote
be able to watch the fights as a maximum then allowed by the I $1.50 animal. i
and office. He and his wife at I II per j! year. Mural Gardner, chairman The group also heard addrer

last decided to make the break group from the Lion's Den.Green's WSB. Safety Awards A veterinarian will be in Law I lof last year's Ways and Mean? by Frank J. Falsome, Florida d,

and leave the city behind them.:' i tey between 10 a.m. and 12 noon;i
Committee for the sorority, war partment commander and Melvin

After touring the country they 'Business As Usual' On Given At MineThre. at Strickland's store, on Kingsley i! in charge of the project. The T. Dixon. state servi"'e ,05i0-Pl

decided that Florida had more tc'I' Temple Ave. Lake between 1 and 2 p.m.. and playgrounl equipment cost the

offer than any other state, so they >i in Starke at the colored school soront about! {175

settled here and bought a small department at the Hum. in the Reno section between 2:30: the I Six Local Shriners
Fir thu
Faithful )"ear'project
farm north of Lawtey. local customers who, Buick Company has: there has been no drop whatsoever phreys Gold-du Pont mine were and 5 p.m. shade I At Miami Convention
u planning to plant
are willing to walk
an extra half. had its business
cut down but recentlyhonored
nc: '
in their 3
business although operating The veterinarian vaccinated 92
McGarvey admits he has had tc
block enter through a back dooror I estimate has been made to its, full year without trees d:1i: purchase more equip-
I as most of it is conducted "throughthe a loss-time ac dogs the during his | -
learn farming the hard way, and1still steer their in county Trent f;>r the playground. The Six local Shriaers attended
car through mud extent. cident. '
has lots to learn, but hevouldn't I back door" or over the tele Curtis J. Malone chair- tour here last Saturday. The will be :
list a
and piles of broken cement On the / next item on their gala festivities of the Shriers1national
are other side of the street. phone. man of the mine's Central Safety
$1.50 charge includes inoculation, I
go back to that city proving to be the life blood of.. Winkler Electric Service and I Committee, reported that the I jungle: 4>m "-t. convention held .r: Mi.\: grind in spite of the hard work : McGriffs Motors claims little vaccine and tag. ,
( Temple Avenue's business "shut- Howard's Drugs figure their business Warehouse, Office, and I this week.
and long hours of farm life. What ins." loss in its business. The station Engineering Carl Johns Starke city clerk,
is as good as ever while the had Department; Zircon Mill: and Who Says WeAin't Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayn.tl" )
success he has had he attributes Tourist trade has been already lost most of its gas! says that residents living within
( completely Brown Derby Restaurant Maintenance
to the helping hand extended tc!| halted. I' reports business when it was forced to Department all won the city limits must get new: I be in Miami the longe.s1 !rhe,
most of '
the only a slight drop in customerc safety awards Got Worms I
him by other Brad !' move its back to make licences for their The old' j left last .
experienced service stations report a 50 percent Near the center of the construction pumps Malone said that the Warehouse. .. dog Friday and w ill i jit >n ior
ford County farmers, who were loss of business. Other bust the Temple and LakeService way for the widened road and I Office and licences expired May 1. return today. Ted Conn-
always willing to advise and instruct nesses have been hurt its gas mostly goes for State Engineering Depart I I The city license cost $1 and may BraliorJ: Count i bumper corn '
less. how. <
Station expects to close : ment has only 90 days to until George Kopelousos left for1 .
him. He praised the 'ever. Most of them denote Road Department vehicles at go ,I: be obtained at the city hall. It crop would also have: yielded a I
only a for
about week
friendliness of Southern people. :slight loss of business if a while concreteis present. j I its second year without a major is necessary to have the dog inoculated bumper worm crop had not most : Monday and are expe t. I r.:';t
any. being poured in front accident. On
I of the the other hand the .
Ii J i Only two Kitty's Home Cooked new station.T. Libby Sales and Service has Maintenance before obtaining a city of the growers taken: some : today.Mr.

Woodman's Circle Meets] Meals and the Whatnot Store. W. Overstreet 'says his Atlantic cut off its gas business temporarily -,I completed its year department last week.just license I I i measures to kill tnemT'oI..o Alnrt'zand 1 and Mrs. Carl R-.be--' ''t

were closed during a Monday afternoon Gas Station is in the middle but reports no lose in repair The mine has aLsO put on five neihbOfsRufw :'Sunday and returned ye---: < av'Roberts

the Supreme Forest Wdod- canvass of the street. 'i of the block with no close side and servicing. i j new men during June. Timekeeper -I' Whispering Pines 1 Marcus Conner-turned out : the director of Bradford .

man's circle members are asked' Even the filling stations report streets. His business L. F. Dinkins station that I prize corn crops by regular treatment I'!
fallen says I Robert R. Rogan named Sold For High School's band
$40,000The plays
to attend a regular the'WOW for worm control. Alvarez
meeting in hall 43 hours! the trumpet in the Shnnrr
his :
Tusday duUei corn every tjar.d
7:30 o'clock. evening at, I trade. Businesses depending almost take a 30 to 60 day \acation beginning although the station was closed i the departments in which they began :' Whi.-penr.g Pnes Motor his 41 i I I
and Conner sprayed: every
II I' solely on local trade find : a little later in the sum for one day while its operators work: Jimmy V. Crosby Court was sold recently for 1 I I:
There will a drill team practice I they have about the same numberof hours. EIllerJoclor's ClinicPatients
I fishing.At I Starke. wet mill; Robert A. Baker : J40.000 its ConnelL
by owner T. R. was about 95
for the district convention in I IJacksonville customers. mer.The Alvarez' corn
July 21. Hostessesfor I Washeteria has been doing the northern end of the repairs Gainesville. combination welder; The purchaser was Mrs. Sara!J' per cent 'orm free and most of f admitted to D.-ctn.

Alvarez's Standard Oil Station about the same business as be I I the Foreman and Colsen Dale '"Griffin of Stratford. Conn
Siprelle. Keystone Heights. j than one
( lower
the district convention in Jack.{ Conner's ran Clinic
and Tiny's Service Station at the fore. New Method Cleaners claima Sunoco station was temporarily | I Hospital during the past
sonville July 24. Hostesses for the zircon mill; John J. Spencer' The property consists of a lodge,]worm to the crate Yet in the !
i southertip of the construction good front-door and backdoorbusiness : cut off but about 50 per cent of I I I vreek were: Mrs. C. C Cowart
e'eningill be Mrs. J. P. Torn-! j containing guest rooms and a Alvarez' farm-a
linson Mrs. Rose Lee and Mrs. both feel l about a 50 per cent dip but their overall busi- their business returned when they I[ Starke maintenance helper (re- dining room; six cabins; and 4 same area-on Mrs. Eva Gentry Betty Elder

Thelma Wise. I in business since the street's traf- ness has dropped slightly.E. were permitted to extend a road hire) ; Milton A. Campbell Stark, 1-2 acres of land. The buildings ,I irr.aU patch of untreated corn I II I Mary Alice Elder and Faye

fie has been cut off. i i T. Shull Plumber says that across an adjoining used car lot. ] maintenance helper. I II are fully fUn1i3hed.1 are air, yielded 59: wormy ears to 6-) ear Elder, all of Starke.

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E. L. MATTHEWS I last week. The baby was bornon I 'About Face' tree: rrt;>u- Christi. TYxav Attorney, i 1 ,
BRADFORD May 22, his name is Donald Y"U air hrcli\! i..tifi..l, i JMUit | .e I' O lint !11. !:

EDITOR Aubrey and he weighed 8 poundsWe Plays At Florida firther SpringFlorida. '
COUNTY I Ii ? t .1" .1-1..1\\ .\1',1]' I 'TI', ill'il tI.! the nl"l IBIII..1 i
VIEWPOINT had it all wrong. lii'l 1 ,,d miii.ir /hil-I I I Ihas 1 n- ,'Irk of th. i 'Lt..1I \ I,
Sunday Monday .
he.-u fl.o1 an inil -' \ .
PUBLISHER I t '1' th..I""f"'h
i TELEGRAPH Add one more to the wild life .'., .> n "/I..j) c"II, I', "| .. ., : -' I I '! ,
of Keystone Heights. This ,,a.> a t. ,I"! I"' "I{ I t-. ," I vi .. iii.. ,r:, g 1J' \
morn- Warner Brothers
has marshal-; > "I II'' 'ill-tl', |1" I I,". .' \\ .
Subscription Rates: Established In 1879 Advertising Rates ing when I went out a seldom (led together three young cadets- i'"nip! i tt, 'I, ',, !I" ,> It .H ; Orpul 'r rirrh.,1

$%.75 Year $1.50 6 Mo. On Application used side door I ffejid almost I Gordon MacRae, Eddie Bracken .

under my feet a wild duck and I and Dick Wesson-who are ready

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION six: baby ducklings. She was with music and laughs to combata

eating an orange. She remained I hot afternoon or evening: The I ,

around the house for nearly an trio stars in "About Face" which i

It's A Good Deal For All Concerned hour but on my return from town I j lis playing Sunday and Monday[ I at 1

I she had disappeared. Has anybody at the Florida Theatre. |f I

As a slogan, the words Headquarters Co., 2nd Battal- Ever ready to take part in lost a tame wild duck | The cadets are senior aq!

"Keep Your Guard Up" havean ion, 124th Infantry, are fol- community activities, the National And will some sportsman pleasetell i Southern Military Institute. And I

important significance in lowing in the footsteps of Guard can and does me how she got those Just. i although they are facing their.

the defense of this nation. their fathers and grandfathers playa vital role in our daily I hatched babies in here? 1 last exams the boys' main interests i i iI
Since the founding of in providing this country life. From a monetary
very Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sipe left are baseball and women. The
this country the defense of with a trained and intel- standpoint alone it is a valu- on Tuesday for a summer in But I last diversion consists: of Aileen

the Nation has rested on the ligent National Guard unit. able asset to the community, ler, Pa.Keystone. Stanley. Jr.. Phyllis Kirk: and
civilian component. High in bringing more than $30.000 / Gibson.
value in this matter of de- in payroll checks into the I Virginia
fense has stood the National county annually. There are Council The coeds: and acadamy regulations with CUSTOMIZED PERFORMANCE

Guard since its inception fol Q many other assets more valu- Discusses New don't mix well together.
lowing World War I. G able than that however Code, and the three cadets see their INDIVIDUAL STfliuHl
.0 .
Prior to the first world ,. the sense of security derived Police And FireA share of the new camp com ... .
struggle, the individual statesof ., from the knowledge that we I mandant and penalty tours bej j' .+ .

the Nation maintained have a. topnotch National new building ordinance, fire I fore they get their commissions I'I'I j

their militia, and in all wars Guard unit in our midst, and police protection were the Between the laughs the movie I, rr$ Os } y@
of the Nation such Q ready for any emergency; the chief of r
groups topics discussion at last : features 10 new songs, nine of t'
rendered. valiant and heoric Q i valuable technical training week's Keystone Heights town ',( them written especially for F, No m atle r '

sery.ce. y I that is offered the young menthe council meeting.D. I "Aboua Face." I IYTTTTTTTTTTYYTYYTTVYTYVY .4_ where

Today, throughout this 4 of county through the E. Willis, chairman of the II I youlva! ,.4
land, earnest and trained men An Guard facilities and special I a a ,
are carrying on the Guard schools these are just ai! building committee, gave a report -
I few of the benefits toff| which recommended that the]
tradition in weekly drills and I many PINE
be derived from local' town adopt a new building code. LEVELBy 'ars
summer encampments. On Most of us are inclined to : our
the shoulders 01 this civilian take the local outfit for granted i I company. The new code would be patternedafter :Mrs. H. M. McRae t E.. HEREIE.

component rests the brunt of for such an organizationhas To those in command of "Title $ine" (Minimum Requirements ,f E.f

I defending this nation in time been a part of this com- 1 the unit, we say "well done." ) of the Federal Housing J u.u.u -
of until ade''munity for long time. j I II i Administration. .
emergency an so a Rev. W. E. Hall filled his appointment
and recommend to the people
quate army can be built and But to maintain its proud I '1 The town clerk was instructed j at Pine Level Baptis! > lt

trained. I heritage, the officers and men I of Starke and Bradford, to prepare a proper resolution regarding (Church Sunday morning with .

Here in Bradford Countywe need the support of the community I County their National Guard !:1 the building permits and'draft j good attendance in Sunday Srhou- HEREITNITW

have a Guard unit that;, so that their record unit as one group that deserves an amended Ordinance to be and church. Brother Alton Dobb

ranks with the best in the Na,l I may continue to be bright andshininer. I and should have our submitted to the Council at a later' brought the message Sunda-
tion. The men comrjosina full I suonort and best wishes.
date. The building .
suggested night.Mr.
1 HEREI4' '
code would require that the pres- and Mrs. Wm. Hail ,
I. Guy
Court Decision Is History In The MakingThe | IHEREI .
ent code be amended to include: and daughters Virginia Ann and EI I ::::: _
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i additions to or repairing of fram-i!I Jan, of Cocoa spent part of last
Supreme Court of the ity.In [ such an order must stem ing. changes in plumbing and,or week with their parents, Rev Mod.12C31 ...OJ

United States has known reading the decision, I either from an Act of Congress !, electrical installations, and remodeling '' ;and Mrs. \\', E. Hall. .

many historic moments. Decisions Justice Black said that the I or from the Constitution -1: estimated to cost $500 ,j j Mr. and :Mrs. A. T. Hall and
President's to issue or more. The Aleolt i-.inch screen. F-isliioncJ inn
have been handed power I itself. He pointed out children of Jacksonville were 75 d
39 oven
unusually lovely design. Rich looting
down, establishing precedents that there is no statute that 1 The cost of the building premits visiting Mrs. Hall's parents the,I': Mihoginjr veneer sides and top. Features .

touching on the tremendous, expressly authorizes the Pres-1 would also be increased to cover ]H. M. McRaes, Saturday night. I (amous"EI< THIS WEEK the of an'
fundamental question of what ident to take possession of: expenses inspections by I I Mrs. Robert Turner of Plant built-in provision Tot l'Hf. t.dud.a 'vii
powers some particular HEAT WAVE finally broken property as he did, nor is i appointed building inspector I I ,City was visiting her uncle and I! |.r*or rVfi WctmMIy

branch of the Governmenthas by showers, but not before there any provision for it in !, J. R. Tipping, chairman of the j aunt the H. M. McRaes, the miracle Zenith Turret Tuner
public safety reported j afternoon of last week. Fnda-I
and what powers it does every CalMreetr had said to the Constitution. Then came that new nozzles and hoses had'

not have. Such a moment occurred every other CalMreeter at these fateful, final words : |,I been received for the Indian FireFighter ; Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton of I with the 14 "SILVER FINGERS"can
least sixty-four tunes: "Is it Starke; Mr. and }frs. Robert
early in June when "The founders of this nation apparatus. He also said
hot enough for you today?" 1, that three new for the Myrick and daughter, Kathy, of be permanently "Customized" Your. Home For Your Home!
Justice Black delivered the C e i entrusted the lawmaking' pumps ]Lake Geneva; and Mr. and Mrs.

majority opinion in the already LUSCIOUS wild blackberries I powers to the Congress alone, ., equipment had been ordered. I,| j ji Lavon Alvarez of Orlando were
famous steel seizure Ij j i I The proposed changes in the visiting the H. M. McRaes Sun- PVrt-thc 14 tireless"Silver Fingers" are locked tions peculiar to Your Location
going to waste the vine for and bad. i
on I in both good time
I I fire alarm system were found tc Into position for each station. The M.ti>f. is perfected-Horupntallr! and Ver

case.Far want of pickers. Sad commen- So ended one of the most be inadequate, and Mr. Tipping day.The farmers are still haulingcorn Than-by means of the Exclusive Turret Tuner, alb. is in Full-Focus-at the rp..c the

more than the interests tary ka-t time on modern to bother living with: no them.one important cases of modern I|I was instructed to confer with the i to market and are also getting your new Zenith is "Customized" to the fre Bottom.. at the Sides.Contrast [ Brightnessquency

of the steel owners or the I I REA to see if arrangements could i busy with their tobacco crop. of each station The famous Fringe-Lock are set to the degree you choose.

steel workers were 'm'olvedhere. Many manhood a youngster grows without to times, and thus was established i be made so that they could re-1' Mr. and Mrs. B. M McRae and Circuit is adjusted for Your Distance from the It'. All >>rm n.nt-no further adjustment needed]

The question was knowing the nowadays bliss of biting into a precedent of the most'I;:' ceive incoming fire calls and have i family were visiting Mr. and Mr< station.- Compensation is made (or Your Angle as you tune (from station to station

whether a President, lackingany a fresh blackberry pie. far-reaching significance. To II I an employee sound the fire alarm.I T. N. Norman Sunday afternoonat 'j, from the station-and for any special condi and. ONLY ZENITH HAS IIIlOOK

specific authority in the the layman, it would seem I I Mr. Tipping stated that no new Heilbronn I

Constitution that the majoritty for whom j: developments were at hand in regard Mrs. T. N. Norman. Mrs. H. M.
or an Act of TEMPLE ..AVENUE ..under-. FREE OUTSIDE TV ;
Congress, could if he felt is going a complete face-lifting. Justice Black spoke reaffirmed -I! to police protection for the McRae, Gerald Norman and Mrs. ANTENNA AND

necessary in the public inter Better take a good look now if the ancient principle that I i town. The council was informedthat 1 Eldon Sapp were visiting Mr.

to "remember Itwhen" the Board of Directors of the !and Mrs. M. J. McRae of Crosby INSTALLATION -- SMALL DOWN
est, seize private property entirely you want this is a government of laws,
Rotary and the Lions Club have J Lake Friday afternoon.
on his"own responsibil 1 not of personalities.
scheduled an open meeting to I
When you care enough, send PAYMENT -- BALANCE EASY TERMSWINKLER

I Looks Like We Finally Convinced 'Em I i discuss the problem. cards. Rullington Studio & Gift'',
The council also received a letter :Shop. ((ro'rul )

Florida now has more( summer has ceased to be planned, well-placed campaign ,|J I from Comptroller C. M. Gay, i' : TO .\i'i\H: I
visitors during the summer called the off-season, though conducted by the State Advertising -';i state comptroller, advising that !i In Clrmil Court, llrnilforil Count.. ,
than it had in I in his opinion the town of Keystone Kloriilllt. In liunrrr. ;. i ijiiinr ELECTRIC SERVICE
any winter be- rates are lower, of course. : Commission. Apparent-I i| > Tlnima IlivrrsJr. Plaintiff, '
fore World War II. For proofof Much of the credit for this ly this advertising has at | Heights could raise tax assessments \'*. Knt'KtV. I lli\t-r>. li.-tYiul.int

this you have only to drive increase in summer tourist I last convinced vacationers for the purpose of providing I T.. C.iXi. ':'J14NulUr I

by some of Starke's beautifulnew business must go to the well- from other states that Florida i, additional services. The FranceW Appear.To 1"h.!; ">Ih'stdrnrr 222-221 Temple Ave. I. S. 301 Starke. Fla. Phone theModel
motor courts these balmy ,, is no hotter, and indeed cooler | tax assessor was instructed tc | !b,: 101.1 :N'Hi; i'liap r.oI' -

summer evenings and note I II than most other placeswhen I proceed with the appraisal of all \

that there are almost as many DMBy I: the summer sun starts' real property. These figures will 1 j for model-cost) less

cars parked in front of themas bearing down. If it does geta be used as a basis for assessment I! Stack up a Chevrolet truck Wt.tt
there were at the height of Bn.i. PaLason I little warm at times, thereis when the 1953 budget has been any other truck with comparable

the winter season. { plenty of water to dunk compiled. You( I I specifications, capable of handling
True, most of these sum- yourself in and plenty of get the same payloadi. You find the

mer visitors are not quite as a I shade and cooling breezes to I Bloodmobile ..-_ Chevrolet truck lists for leu and
well-heeled as the plush win- N : make the heat more bearable. Visits brings you great feature

ter vacationists but they c I As more and more visitors i Keystone Yesterday
are tourists, nonetheless and : I come to Florida in the sum l I

are giving a much needed shot -- I mer and go back home to r I A mobile blood unit was set up t, Mile after mile tt rock bottom cost f

in the arm to summer busi- -r, spread the good news, sum- in Keystone Heights yesterday MORE TRUCK ;x., Truck users everywhere baYs
ness in Florida.An ha I tourist business will .
mer con I afternoon seeking donors to aid proved that Chevrolet tost too

article entitled "Florida tinue to increase.It i i in the current Armed Forces ,, least of all to own and maintain

Goes Boom Again" in the looks as if those fine' blood drive. Col.! John McDowell i ,, ,. Valve-in-Head economy, in ho
July issue of "Esquire" states t- loadmaster l or Ihriftmister ngmei.
:motor courts along our highways / was chairman of the drive and
that almost all Miami Beach i saves on .
hotels E and those still in the, in charge of making the arrange- gai

four of -the ocean-front including all palaces but r'rue process of construction have !' ments. Albert Nelson has befn FOR THE MONEY

will remain open the year world ik fun of willing: nothing to fear from an contacting blood donors. Right truck for the job save money

'round. The demand for hotel I people-..some willing to work, abrupt summer slump. Apparently The mobile unit was set up in day" Chevrolet trucks ara<'tort

rooms during July and August and the rest perfectly willing the summer touristis the Women's Club. Helpers dur- nuitthed to your paUoaJ} require
has become so creat that mid- I to let. 'ens. here to stay ing the afternoon's blooddoingwere i .- i nients. You don't waste m'ir.ev oy
: Mrs. W. J. Siprelle. Mrs buying "too much truck' >.'
friends. Henry Cooper. Mrs. Sara 1Ia('- when b t theplain -- :n\k work i interruptio.i ., 2g

I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN Mr. Harry Brannen of Toledo, Donald. Ms. Jack Elliot. Mrs you' uy on "[too little truck"

'. who is on furlough from Alaska, I I John C. Detweiler. Mrs. S. EMrs.

:. By :Mrs. Sara :McDonald two visiting weeks. the Siprelle family for Elizabeth Campbell. Mrs. EMcKay Lower, slower depreciation
I Mrs. E. C. Weichel Jr.. I
I Mrs. T. J Southerland has just[ J. Martin and Mrs. Carson Wei- hard I facts Rt-.ord-, >how that ( h--v.iL-! 'r' UI

The daily Vacation School of I time in July Definite plans have 'returned from a trip north. She land. A :tudruondk hem'' more f n :ai'
the Community Church closes today i not been completed for this | went by Eastern Air Lines tc I > m scar whi na

(Friday). The parents of course but it will! be similar tc 'Charlottesville Va. where she attended iron' !he :IT.f w : m.etKet
Jin ; '..dt ( : > "t.:. L >ltfet upICo.rnu
The .. :: ol fit ':
the pupils are invited to come tc the one given last summer. I the graduation of her son: < urt Of "'Inrida.EIhth ,
Jndlelnl Clrrnit. In And bec .1: ; :::; .tt\
the parsonage at 2 p.m. today to The Rotary and Lions Club! Walter Finnegan from the University 1 |: Fur llrailfiirtl (."natl. In hanrrrr 'Jt'ar .r rfo".JJ<.J MV a.....,. ain
see the work done by the school will in I of Virginia. She visitedanother Clan...\ Chapman. I'laintiff. I I tr '" "',.." 21""" '. J_ join sponsoring a town '! v ", ,
during its 10 day session. At meeting in the Woman's Club onI I son in Alexandria and a J,,\' W fhnpinnn Defp-iiljnt niVor.CK S
2:30 the will the I sister Ashland. \.nlt.. .
group leave Tuesday, June :l for the purpose, in j To- : 10 \ITK\H: I
Jay \\
church for Gold Head Branch of discussing with the town council Mrs. W. J. Siprelle is leaving: Chapman IndilIIal'"I1In.llania -. II I j dmand'in '

State Park where they will holda and county officials plans for 1 soon for a six weeks vacation i in I'' You are h..r..I.notin"t that a relut
picnic for aU the Sunday School. better Chicago. fontana Oregon and !in'lIit the has hen br.Micht against yon in falls / MOat CHIYIOin TIUCKS IN USITORODE
police protection in Keyj j Circuit Curt of "Florida in I
Transportation will be furnishedfor stone H ig-ht3. Dr. Musser, president California iting relatives.Mr. I and Mate fur"f the' County <,f Bra<1for those not having their own and Mrs. Harold J. Smithand Clara 'Aridan Chancery, by e /1
of A.
the Lions
Club, states Chapman and fur-
you are
cars I[ that the main of I son Rcger. of HasbrouckHeights. ther notified that the return diy ..f 'I i' : .
The Sunday School now has: a' purpose the N' J. returned home this notice '11' July *!. I9S2-: and you II I .
meeting U to get before the people'the fhall on said date Hn-e a written II _
piano in the parsonage for the information relative to theemployment I, after visiting the McKays. Mr. ''J.-opy C of dklns-your defen.se.Jr if any upon I IJ I __ __ -
use of the classes. It was loanedto Smith: is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Plaintiff, attorney for the .
of a full time police at the address glen beg I %
the Sunday School by Mrs.' officer. The meeting is at 7:30 Wm. H. Smith and brother ofMrs. low the original and immediately of the thereafter file j,
same in the of
Mansefield. .
1 j(i p.m. AU residents of Keystone McKay. : lice of the Clerk of the Circuit ,n
Dr. Holl will preach next Sunday ,, are invited. Mr. Erie Mecklen of Pittsburg. chart. of the above Court, otherwise p
a decree
on "The Greatness of Co.!".!, Pa. came on Friday to Keystone agam pro confrsso will be ent..r"d -
1 Mrs. Henry Ibll.frs.. you. The nature and oh-
The Catholic Club will hold a Everett Heights bringing Walden Marten Ject of this suit i.. to obtain a d'vree '. ;: .
Fox and Mrs. E. H. I on behalf ,
Cooper attended of plaintiff, Clan.
bake sale on Saturday at 10 a.m.1 Holl of Johnstown. Pa. and Nancy A. Chapman. from
the State P. T. A. Institute defendant. Jajk
in front of the post office. The and Paula Holl of Pittsburg, P W. Chapman.
In Tallahassee The Bradford 4t
list week.
plastics party held at the homeof The children are visiting their a newspaper published County Telegraph
in nradf.irdf
Mrs. Henry :Morgan after the They left on Tuesday and returned grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. A. (' iUrr'! Florida, and of general c.r-;

fish fry was for the benefit of on Friday. Holl. P.d the therein, is hereby designaaa --

the Catholic Club. i I I Dale Siprelle left this week for, Mr. and Mrs E. A. Kirk of( .' ..f publication newspaper once to publish each! wt-K th -
The Rotary Cub put on a one month in R.O.T.C. Air Force' West Orange N. J. and their twc \ITN"S u-iTlV.i* the-"Hlve Honorable weeks
fish fry at the Woman's Club on Training Camp. I I o.turphref and the Honorable A
'I children who have been visiting: /. Adkins, Judges ,,,
Friday As always, the dinner,! Mr. and Mrs. Everete Bradford
('' Mrs. Kirk's parents Mr. and Mrs. Count
was excellent and the club cleared -[ Brown, former residents of Keystone I iT'lfi-<1 A. J. Thomas Clerk .,f
T. J. Southerland, have returned la Jirton this Sri day *f Jun.
over 5150. The proceeds will were in town this week. n. .
I Mr. Brown went down the '!! home. OFFICIAL SEAT. A. J. Thorn
be used to finanace a course in state I CI..rk CHEVROLET CO
Ii IiI CircuIt
to the We1..h to Court t
i i Shriners Convention inj I correct an error in Bradford Cutlnt,., J.'londa ,
swimming and life saving which J. c.
'dklnl' .
Miami The rest of the family, the vital statics of :Mr. and aI r s., Florida Eank- J r. Adkins, Jr
will be put on at the beach some remained in 'J Florld.i.ttorn..ys. Building Gai:1enille.
Keystonevisiting i iJ .I
I I Anthony Bakers son published ,\ for> plaintiff 6't I 4t 6 27 J PHONE 111 STARKE FLA. CALL & COURT STREET*


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1 FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1952 -

J '- New Orleans, La.I Mrs. Bryant Wilkinson Mrs. ,........."' ...............,..,...."' '''...............'''.........,, OTICE OF APPLIC.STIOFOR 1 COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD To: Bertilta Pullnm, wh se res-I Clerk cf the Circuit Court on <.r I I.
and children of TAX:: DEED CofNTY. FLOTtlDA denrr aid address I ie: tOC Ea>t for the 14th day of Jul>'. : '. _
,. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Francois I Mann's parents, of Palatka; Mr ., }loan- Rill No. i<*52: I street, Bronx. New York &#. otherwise the allegation- of 'f
LAKE GENEVABy and Mrs. Charles Hodges her HAMPTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that .KFI'IXL :S.KVI.I: ,* J Thomas, York CompUmt will be taken as i'.I,'.
Jean and Joann Thomas Irvin Mtrsereau .
and daughters. 1 the holder *- lt' s'1rk.6133t627 You are" hereby" notified that a I ed b) you.
left Monday for Tampa where sister and brother in-law and of the following certificates hat ; suit for Divone has teen filed I This notice hall be puti'b.ii
Blanche Cunningham filed said ctrtit.'att-s fur a tax dtd NOTICE ) .IPPUllIn against you in the above named once each week for tour con-, 'J.
they will make their future home. : Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phinney and Bv MM. M. C. !Sweeney iat numbers and years of issuance, 'i Clrruit Court Hradford County, Court and cause and you are required tive reeks in the Bradford C, ," \
the d<-.cription of tits property and Florida: In Ihanrery.Kinet to erve a of i Telegraph
last several tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiParkerMunon envy your an-
have spent the children also of Palatka. : .
They the names inhuh it was assessed J. 1 I' JIlt:"i I'.I! i 'j' :, \ -. -wer pleading/ to the complaint l Later thil.'th I.n r .l\.t.,
Lt jag and Mrs. Bishop Myrlck months here with Mrs. Francois' Charles Millican has accepted are as follow: Y.Ittli.i : 1 I' ,:I'J''i i', :. 01 I 1 till I.'!.. 'IT Iff't.. r. \ \ J. (OFFICIAL EALA J TI-
and their daughter spent the the E. V. Suttons. I I Certificate No 77 Year of I su- .. ;\ ---I"i" .,- .1'I Maike F:. ,i'.' ,,' .1! Clerk of the t'r: ,lit cFv ."
parents 1:1a position with the Craig Construction Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock, 'anie 1SOO.; Notice To .\I'prnr. Llo l : "lgn..1, ,n the l ff. t ,.. Myrtle T 1'.a'.lr. P i ,'"
weekend here with his mother. ,
Those attending the Keystone Mrs. Dora Munson and John HI| Df-'cription of Property: Fr-u 1 :
Lt. Myrick is with Weather Co. at Ocala. Lot 5 (.f Klk 29, UvingMon Truly
Squadron No. 2, Naval Air Station Heights Baptist Bible School Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilds and Parker were united in marriage. & Co:a Add l to Marke:; Section _'x.
here are Mrs. C. Davis, Mrs. L. !Township 6 South Range 22 L.t-
f. Jacksonville.Mrs. Hamm Mrs. E. V. Sutton, Mrs. son of Jacksonville spent the weekend The ceremony was performedin Name in which asst-s-.td: i'n-
with the known.
the Bfptlst pastonun
Sue Myrick is spending T. M. Finley, Mrs. R. O. Mann. at their summer home hereon Rev. R. C. Gray officiating. Mr. :, (If more than one certificate f..l- Giant Green Tag Sale !

I some time with her sister in i Charlene Hamm Joe and Ray I the lake. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson were ''to II certificate'*; above )order for each addi'i:..?..1

Plant City.Visiting. Mann Cecil Cannes Ann and I Hear that (Red) Stalling I the couples only attendants. Following County All of of said property bring In the
the E. V. Suttons re Johnny Cox and Martha Sue Fin caught another big fish. This the marriage rites, Mr. t'nlt''s such certificate State fie or Mnnd cert if.-

cently was Mrs. Sutton's sister. ley. time in Lake Geneva but I did and Mrs. Parker left for a weekend to cates law shall the be redeemed accordIng \ "''''.

I Mrs. C. W. Connelly .of Monroe, Guests of the Raymond Mann not hear just how much this re motor trip. I f"ch. certificate property or certificate described\\111 in ..

La. and Mr. and :Mrs. Chatman I over the weekend were Mr. and cent one weighed. Gospel Singers EntertainedSix I court ol
, day in the month of July, 195Y.
Bryan University r
which is the 7th day of July| ju.j" e
Dayton: Tenn. were visitors I Dated this 2.; day of flay.' 1 x52: -

of this partici-l OFFICIAL SERI r A. J. Thoma-.
our town week
Clerk of
Circuit Court tJf Bradt I d I
paling in several meetings in this I, Count), Florida. iO9ET'fljj

'I area. Sunday morninp they were : 5 :n 4t t; 0" t

1 1i. at Hope Baptist Church, Theresa, | NOTICETO AI'l'KinFlart

Sunday evening at Hampton I. Clrrult In Court IIrndtord ('untT,
First Baptist Monday evening aLong t Chancery. :
i. James K. Fulton Plaintiff. \ ): lay, ., .
i.I S
I Bridge Church Tuesday E Fulton, Defendant

night at the Gospel Tabernacle, Case X" 'l,;,
lodes Tn
cy Ippcar $f//J/'IIII"_ __ _
Starke and on Wednesday at To: Mary F:. Fulton. w h.e r,'.1-1
Lake Swan where Summer Youth dence ,b. Star Route, Number .
Ii1bItIiL1tlilIti en. Genrpetown' South Can !iina 2 Qucmttiy Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat. June 21
Conference is now in session.. The {; You are hereby notified that a _III',
s r j I singers are John Rathbun Stuart !1I for lJlvorl.'t' has brut, fi. d

I ____ _by p | :eissner, Dean Koontz and Harry Court alr.lin and you cause In the and above nam..d; Low Prices 1 I r,
\11 ;tie: 1'1. 152 Call SlreoiSlerke
-..: "wI ...-,. I Armond (Buddy) Fntzi quired to serve a copy oi % ..III' .iI

; 'i .. t1LT'B i the piano accompanist and ac- '' swer on or the pleading Plaintiffs to the r.:Auurn nnpla' ." I Everyday -

;> 1 soloist. Cliffors Hanlon, Za.'h H. Douglas, 505 Ln.l I.I nil Florida
1-I II lop, Jack"hn\'ille. Flnridt; sod, r"I Specials Too Specials t : Iooh t !!
of 52
ryan graduate is traveling the original in the .

...'\.' __ s '. ::1I I with the gospel quartet messages and brings, as well inspiring 1 Clerk otherwise before of the the th.:,:nth Cm alk; day"tut'gahou of Com.,".lu... :"I:1., _.1 I ..",.-. = < .=_=..Jr ,..- ......... _, _

I as being finery director. omplaint will |II" tak. ? .", .
fetj-ed by CIn1
I you.
College Graduate
I shall be published/' CPlus
> 4. I Hampton is proud to congratu- once each week for four COIl e"lItt\'e- CocaRCola of 6I!
r JrVph.the tradford County Tcle
| her one college graduate of the

,. j year. Miss Martha Pearl Home Dated this :J4th! dax of May: i 1". ,
!1 who received her B A. E. degreeon Clerk' SEAL of )the A.Circuit J. Thomas Court, Deposit

Monday, June 7 at the University By Myrtle T. Dfoa\.r. n""lIt ..rk -
of S/SO:: 4t i. 4(> -
Miss Herne was
Tropical BrandTOMATOES Donald Duck Sup: rtesh
recently initiated into two sororities 'I NOIKF. 10 .trPKtH

,, -. Phi Kappa Phi and Kappa 'in Circuit Court. Bradford t''unlr
." ;;:,.r't = .. Florida; In ( hnin-fry.
Ae .. if".r..hMlTffR5TTWj3WH4OffIR4- "" .,. Delta Pi. National Scholastic S. L.. iMIitels. Plaintiff \ Julia I.. | rl49c
Honorary in the college of Educa H.fciiel I'< fendant MayonnaiseVacuum QUA

$ P1FIYM1PEe Case No !174 ,
tion. She graduated from Brad Notice To .Apprart

I ford High in 1949 Miss Horne, 1 To: Julia I., Duiiel, whose fti t- | No 303
: dene*' and address i is: Cnknoun I I 11 PackedAstor
.. her mother, Mrs. J. W. Horne You are hereby notified Can
.3: : that a cult I
ftj" tNDBjE MONtY 1bU1 NNrI 4rWIW!!.. i... p td ilr /Qf for"Ilwc tw :1.1 aAehelttI.. II ytu N. I and sister, Mrs. Betty May attended for 1'ivortfe has been filid against

..*..hew Ik*finwt i..MJpmint HI jowl horn*..,tMM4l" ;"g .pending mot. ... y*'1l _. t **t .ov.Kt d.H..*... Myou're I a recent coffee, held you in the above named Vint and
thai ........ .. i. wrntk mntf H ymi... tending your tpcndtng .... ... ..fc..*..... jrov'r pending will do at aue and you are required III Coffee lbe.n79c
Ie.drr l o.* .r loving .wath-womwt do it... Md iT>cm*. moil of tht fob So,_ W toddy foe Ulo.l II',a special'!pp. the home of Dr. Walker in Gaines serte pleading a copy of jour iin-ttii ."i frey BentosCORNED

'.f JW.*JMKh M $2.10.II ...riwt. .i twgh to co",. "" to mwlAlt 'I ville. Plaintiff's to the complaint on the
"rk1eI'9' ( Attorney, T.
t ... 1 l.andrunf, Rlarkp ... ..Frank, .
"- Tot Birthday ..., c. '. .1.1. ,
-. W; t.fi. 1 :,;, ;#: ..- the original---in the office! IM.I ami it III in,!.* BEEF12oz Svnit s Famous ShcnetllrQSwift'ning:

-- YOU DO 1 IS SIT TH* DIAL. AMP TURN IT ON! On Thursday, June 12, :Melody Clerk of the Circuit Court on ?r I I.. _

Jean May was one year old, and fore the 30th day of Jun.. I" '.-,
Y", that'l off Your .10..... ./* wa.)<.J ".now.wkm"! honoring this anniversary her Complaint/ ml the be allegations taken ..f -.t,d\ 1 3lbe.n69C

twice.E Activate rinwd ..ticatt. many do'o't of them spun.dry enough you love to ogam;boa ThC b.. mother, Mrs. Betty May, enter-
.ww lh.y loll, long**. tained with a morning birthday once f'ach"e.k for four ron publish.'I'a'tii\,.

party on the lawn of their home. weeks graph. in the Bradford Count T. L 1 ,- C ::)qqe ='esSE" :

Melody received many beautifuland iMted this lath day of May/ I" '. Ballard's PL or S. R
Ifl1T1M OWNERS H All emu wntu .AkJM6ltt jAb/.llt All WANCl or HIS xiwtr.TITTIKHANQ IfAN/4 useful gifts. Refreshmentswere (OFFICIAL SE\U A J Th.M,,,- c
Clerk of the Cinmt Court"j|', ", Peaches No 2 1 Can 2V4
served and little paper caps Ey Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk Flour 5 49c /

were given as favors to the eleven 5 30 4t u "

youngsters present. i I .- .' .
SfOHAUIGENERAL Honoring Bible Memory Association In Circuit ('our.. Bradford Coanty,
Florida: In Chnn..r,.. Cardinal Brand Grade "A" Sliced
ELECTRIC students, who had
J (. completed David Marshall, Plaintiff \ M.i ,
twelve weeks of verse :Marshall, litftndant
v1Q.kiC nAyIll.

PHONE 229 'G J I ucfD1tr I STABKE, May small memorization Sweeney social on entertained assigments Saturday evening with Mrs.a, ',,dente Notice lumbuv TH: |is.:To o.lal'Yar..hall leorpia.: Appear lOfil: / Central,Ca whew!Sti'.' X."' "t-i to" B A C 0 N. C

June 6. Th students were Joan You are hereby notiffea that a Pound

West Call] st. Florida. and Connie Sweeney, John and suit against for you Divorce In the has above ben named tiled ..

Dan Dodd, Barbara Matchett and Court and cause and you are required '. M.:1"
T. J. Alderman to serve a copy of your answer .
:" Jr. Miss Norma or pleading to the complaint on the .' _
Sweeney on vacation 'Plaintiffs* Attornty7 Each II .
from P
Bryan "
la', :50i; K\'nch Muildinft' Jt'k'IJn. Gr. "A" Quick-Frozen ,*
I University in assisted in enter- ''I l viii.., Fli.r.di, and file th. taing. In the office of the Clerk of th I-'i Slice
iuit <'(,iirtn FRYER PARTS Bacon
or before th. lull l Lb 69cYeill.W
'da .
Miss Helen Jean Parker enter >' .r July 1f,2: ; otherwit'i.. ,II
Itp.iti'in'- nf ,
tained >.vith a Stanley at said Complaint I a-1'1 I,
party taken ,
ac i'nif 'ssrd bj
0!. her home on Monday night. I I This notice hall be you p-iMf'-h- Thighs IB. 58c Bc-nd -: >

Have &m. s fr The Baptist W M. U. evening ''weeks once each in the reek Bradford for four l'ounty cn: Miunv T- le-*

I circle met at the home of Dr ..I graph.l'a"'T ihis 12th day ..f i ''in. I I' Drumsticks ">. 5Sc Bocon Squnr.es Lb 29c

Charts! Hicks on Thursday e\e- (OFFICIAL SEAL A .I 1'1, 'I', iClerk -
| Backs Lb. 19c
of the Cir '
< tut Cumt
I ning June 12, with ten presenti I">* MvrtleT ,
Peaver fcoo. I .
Pt"i'y r' '. I It y. -: tI
i Mrs. Dan Johnson accompained l !I' 39c
Wings Lb.
have a Coke '{ Mr, and Mrs James Broome and bacon
I'n onn: 10 .MMT.\u Piece Lb 35c
sons to Santa Barbara, Calif 'I (Irrnlt Court nmilfuril c.onntv. Gizzards U 39c
d' I'lortili: In'hanrrrr.
where they are visiting Mr. anI FI"d) I
I ,
:ar' .,,yl j I Mrs Johnnie Allen and family ''fr..1 Ktiii.r Kent'i< lti n,',r.Drf I'lMntitt, ndant \\ -oM-'-......_ ... _..'. &, .....".""",'"_'_1 _--'_-'.- ._..- _.-_ _. =-_ __

Mrs. Nita Johnson is visiting I \..tI,... 'lo \iprnr. C'a.eN. ':
u. S. No 1 While
I To; AA iiiifrtd .
j the Leo Singleton family in FortM I I I.spleitr i. and rrdrts Kent"r ; -

ers. Friends will be interest*: Hon\.r '\\""U'amt! :
I to hear of the Singletons new little "Coiint\, \< v'k. Nee y.
r You are ,
p hereby
n'Uf".1 '
rrt l t
daughter born on Monday?, suit for l l1\.or..fand i 1.11'1 t R C
i i ""ar.un. ,
June 9.Mrs. .iprtvnier t h.i-)i I Ptatos
I against you in t'i,?' ih.\ Ibs
I Louise Manire and son i Court and cause ? d 1 yon u i I" i r. ,
'red i to er\e a cr'I'I] 4f i'.n,, ,
., Charles, of Jacksonville have or pleading to th>. con:)pi i ithe .
moved to for the I' Plainliff'1! 'n\ T l i
4 hT1 Y AA t Hampton landrum ! ft : ,
met months. I( th<> original in Ii]b. off;,. "- .

J |I Mrs. T. F. Brown has as her 'iM-fore.I..k "f tht nl.!:' 01 i Lr of ."/.1\,''' ?". Crisp Calif. 1.1\\" ; f-'t l'l" }(I ':'. [,I H< :<:!,% .a1'5'

| guests this week Mr. and ors otheriMH,.. ,, ::.1.: ,.ti.'I ', d!
kJeA\\ Complaint/ u ill I I". LETTUCE2Lbs27c
oil"| n a|' '
; Gordon Weest and three children ;, ed b\ you

:' of Miami. I Th'is"n..tle hall be is"!',I"o! coi 6 Ears29C
once <-adlpC'k for four e--r--. ,i 'J', lw
Bobby Johns, of Montana and \Vf'ekin the Bradford r'nIV. T ie,
'J graph. ,
Sirs Hal Sessions and young Hat rd ti... 11th] d:1"f ]J.,., ; ,
: ': I daughter Lindsay of Austin, I, (OFFICIAL PEAL; A J Titn- ,_ Y It IJ' \> ( ,uh.ugONIONS;
Cl/""rTc of the Clr .
; Minn are visiting their mother Dy Myrtle T. Deaver. Dp r.L, T
PM-V f" rl (No Head Over 15c)
x .
Mrs Stella Johns Collins.Mr. I '; I"I .( I _
3 lbs29c
and Mrs Frank Harden Mmrr. I>F IMIMI ro Fla. Persian .,

f a I and Mrs. Ola Harden of Jacksonville HM.IsiIm: : MClllldl \ % ,M-
\rot i. e is hereby ,, .,, LIMESLbs I
'. I were recent dinner guests of under-spned under gnu the in "-"y q,1 1CescernCinesap

the M. L. Watterson family. '' i.f Chapter 20,933! : : l..aw"f M." d, ,
I ,Vt< ,.f I-.41, will rrgi.tel, ,, ,,".
w ? t6
rro j Mrs. Archie Eiland Mrs. Dock <')..rk.f the cirm i ',",., ? '"J
} ahone and :Mrs. M. L. \Vaitejcson (, for Rradfoid Coimt'. :;1:11: ., (r (.-' 2 25c APPLES 2 lbs29c
ifla. upon re visited Mrs. L. J. W3EH ration of tln notice. th. I "
I : Alachua Friends are | name of Bradford Motor "' ," ,
in Hospital. ,der: which T aw engaged II, I i ,,, .
glad to know Mrs. Wynn is again' ,' on IS :idi north of s I., i,.- ,F I ...........
J. E. t1 all. .
well after owner f: :
home and along
getting o
( Lawtey. Fla.
:, her recent confinement. j Dated thi- lath day I.f ,III x Suparbrand Colored QuarlersMARGARINE
v 152. at !Marke Bradf".i .r .
: Mr and :Mrs Charlie Cox have Florida,

oC rid had recent their granddaughter ( .
as guests I "
? k and her family from I _
*'\1.1. 5lbs 99c
r'nlt nns
Texas. !I ThP Board) ,.f County r'" ,

r J 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williamsand rraat Bradford Coc;tt>. F'--t .] ", ,
\ re.tIot.al..d: firm ,i- .,' \ v
$ \ family are moving back tc July 7th. m:, -ubje, t '
'ct"ptal'Jl.t.r rejMUo .
their borne in Hampton from > ?n "
lAug-u-t Sth iss:, for ti,. I
Dunnellon. | by it of each of I'j ? Kraft Sliced
the f"n."I' < II' Philadelphia Dixiana Sweetened, Frozen ,j ;
tandem or all wheel drue ,
4., I 1 Mr and Mrs. Olen Eedenbaug motor grader. separately I. "I, .

'I and children visited here last | Cl;.... J. approx ltn n I'l Cream Cheese !
d:'ulic booster teeru-
Enjoy a pause in the thrill I week. Larry their son, returned Class Z. approrox, 10 h p u '1 4 Cans 99c
hydraulic t.
< '.tf'r
with them to Deland after spend sterring'
f I Cla3: approx 75 h.p a ,h i
ing a vacation with his grand i draulic boorter
and excitement of the steering,
game.Amtremembericecold f I ( 2 Pkgs29c
parents. ': hydraulic;us..4 looMer Fleering 75 h II u ,:h 3-oz Duncan Hines Frozen

Mr and )IrE. Thornton John? each to have 12 ft. bladed ,I'"
Coke Ht"d tab. delivered at Stark1 1-
and family have been enjoying a 'with1 "<.n or before d.I I ,-. ,
j !date! -peclfiriJ Juice 7 Cans99C
pecifinK any tr.t.i- I Chees Food LooiCHEEZEE Orange
keeps the fun going)! stay on Hall Lake.Mr. 1(.aterpular in allowance diesel on the Boardti.rt ;
and Mrs. J. H. Day of Plant is and !ubjeu to insprcu.n! grader .1',I'

City have returned home alter Ittarke. Fla cf : any warranty or p.a,njtenance Pan.Redi FrozenSHRIMP
the nw
\ equipment hffHed -
visiting relatives here several shall be stated! in the bid. pav'.
meat will te made on a
days. I time payment basis monthly,
lOUlfO UNDEt AUTHOIITY Of THE COCA.COLA COMPANY IT I.December 1. US!. without cummvn mtere-t' nk 2 Lb Loaf 83c Pkg 69C

STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stringer 'or meat finance accepted charges Separate, on any bids equip shall

I of High Springs recentlyult ed be made on each said class 'A .
Cah"b rnirf.J|,uJ.. j Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown. THE bOARD CF vlTY --

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Marries Next Week Reception Honors I Linda Lee Carter I weeks vacation in Jackson Tenn. ';' left Saturday for summer school% days after an operation on nu-.

and Jimmy Rowe is running his' at Emory University in Atlanta right hand little Betty 1 i.<
Minister's Return To Wed Frank Sweat route at New Method while Neal '! Pat McGriff attended several Schmitt is confined with
i is! gone house parties over the weekendat I mumps and also sor> v .c
The Woman's Society of Chris- Ponda Vedra and he and Drew
Irene hear that John Godwin
I rtw. Manganello was an excited >I. <
I tian Service and The Wesleyan I Reddish are leaving this coming I sick ,. .
i gal last Friday when she pretty in St. Vincent
.. Service Guild were hostesses at
weekend for the RO.T.C.Icamp .
received a telephone call from her summer he has! been confined for ,;
an informal reception honoringthe husband. Sgt. Vite, who has been at a Mobile, Ala. AFB for. month .
return of Rev. T. G. Mitchell) 6 weeks I
overseas for 31 months, sayinghe training congratulations Tom Slade. S. R. John .<
Gladys Mooty on Sunday in the Methodist "
evening '
c judge George A. Gardiner
I .. has just landed in Calif. and Slade and Jane Hicham
Phone 35;) : recreational building. who celebrated his 85th !
birthday .
; A.47 would be home any day now left on their cross-noun'q "
-'. A profussion of summer flowers Father's .
on Day wedding ,
.. -- -- - PFC Bobo Crews left last Thurs Thursday of last we">k. fpebe '
7 were were used in decorating the bells will be
day after 16 days leave, for camp ringing on July taking in the sights t>f Y.>il.
Three; -r' hall for the occasion. Mrs J L. I
Mrs. Lawson Holds BirthdayParties Kilmer. New Brunswick N. J. 3rd for Betty Williams and John stone National Park thi wi--ke:I.>

Enjoyed J' \ Anderson, Sr. greeted the guestsat where he will embark in 15 days Sapp Betty Eaton has gone Hear they hit Chicago! dm ,is
Small Dinner Party
f' the door and the receivingline to her home in Portsmouth Ohic
f for Germany'-Virginia says she the annual furniture n"Ft n
I I was composed of Rev. and .
Mrs. Ewell Lawson entertained!I I' Mrs. Robert Barksdale enter- hopes to join him there in about where she will be getting married couldn't find a hotel room ,I' .
Mrs. Mitchell, L. D. Vining, chairman -
at a small dinner party last Friday tained at a delightful birthday } of the board. Mrs. Titus 6 months was nice seeing Dr. on July 5th. and Ruth Plyler, entire city had to go >n
who is U. of F.
evening for her son Jerry, party Thursday afternoon, June ,e- Olson president of the W.S.C.S. and :Mrs. Hembree running around attending thjs Milwaukee to rest their we.a

who left Monday for Williams Air 12, at the Episcopal Parish Houseon r'ra I and Mrs. M. W. Cressler vice- town visiting old friends-they summer. is planning. on an Aug. bones They expect to be &

,Force Base near Phoeniz, Ariz. Church street for her daughter j s i president of the Wesleyin Serv- expect to be here all week 3rd Flynn wedding has! returned.glad to home hear after E. J. four or five weeks and -hif,

The dinner table, overlaid witha Barbara Sue, who was cele- : ice Guild. Piney Brown. Scootie Duke. I certainly have some mterem "IK
brating her fourth anniversary. Louise Kite and Betts Andrewswere 33 days in the Jax Na.al hospital stones when they t,< .
white damask cloth, was centered Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Mrs.' I
shasta daisies batching it at Lake Geneva where he underwent three .
with a lovely arrangementof Gladioli and pre. L. J. Green had charge of the operations home

pink and white button zinnias dominated in the flower arran .. Miss Doris Moncrief daughter. musical program. Punch and individual three days this week for a much I, sorry to hear Nellie Seems to be all for now

and fern flanked by white burn ments placed around the reception of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mon'. I| cakes were served to the Mr. and Mrs. C F. Carter of needed rest hear Virginia Martinez was taken to St. Luke's So long see you m 'it-
holders. room. The lace covered refreshment of the State Farm, whose' i the .
ing tapers in crystal crief guests. Lawtey announce engagementand I
i Sewell is attending summer classes on Tuesday for surgery Florence next .
Enjoying the affair :were Jerry' table was centered I marriage to Robert W. Underill Ii approaching marriage of their I
------- at FSU and Kaspar Duncan is these _
Lawson Pat Sieg Julia Lawson, with an arrangement of garden will take place Friday, June 27, I Miss McLendon daughter. Linda Lee to Mr. Lon- Flynn handicapped Carolyup.CUT
Joe Jordon, Charles Lawson and flowers with the attractively decorated at 7:30 o'clock in the First Baptist i nie Frank Sweat Jr., son of L. F. ...

Eleanor Hall. cake iced in green with Church, Starke. i Weds E. L. Phillips Sweat of Jacksonville.The .

On Saturday evening Mrs. Lawson yellow embossing placed at one I wedding will take place on

Jerry, Mrs. A. M. Sieg and end of the table. I Miss Sharon Hall !I The First Baptist Church of: Sunday, June 22, at 4 o'clock in ,- FOOD
daughter, Pat, enjoyed dinner at Little Martha Lois Long won Lawtey was the scene of a lovely the afternoon in Grace Methodist '

the Lobster Home in Jacksonvilleand the prize in the peanut contest. Honored At Several '''wedding on Sunday morning, June Church, Lawtey.No ;

attended the theatre after The thirty-five youngsters were Parties Last WeekMiss 1 1, when Miss Joan McLendon, invitatons are beng sent i
of Mrs. 1 ;
wards. given favors of balloons and color daughter Bryan Register but all friends of the coupl- arein.ited
:of Penney Farms, became the
Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle books.Assisting Mrs. Barksdale were Sharon Hall, whose marriage ':bride of Earl Leslie Phillips, sor: to attend. /
Locke, SK3 !
Horne of Hampton I to E. Bradford of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of
Mrs. J. W Gaskins To Wed
Cove Mary jyCOSTS !
Given Farewell Party Mrs. C. G. Barksdale, Mrs. Lula I of the U. S. Navy I'Lawtey.
of Sun
will be event
Springs an
Mott Mrs. Olin White. Jr. and I The bride was given in marriage James W. LeeMr.
Members of the Vestry of St. June 29, has been the in I by her !step-father, and had

:Mark's Episcopal Church, assisted Mrs. R. A. Colson.On I lda.y. for many lovely parties ,:as her only attendant Miss Jack- and Mrs. J. D. Gaskms of i

by members of the Woman's Aux. Thursday evening, June 12'j past week. lie Tanrer of Camp Blanding. Mr. Lawtey announce the engagementand
iliary, entertained at the Parish Miss June Patel entertained at evening June 12, the I Phillips had as best man Darrell approaching marriage of I Quick FrozenCHICKEN

House last Friday evening In small family gathering honoringthe I I Kingsley lake home of Judge and I McLendon brother of the bride, their daughter Mary to Airman

honor of Mr and Mrs. Al Kay birthday anniversary of her Mrs. E. K. Ferryman was the [also of Penney Farms. Mrs. 1-c James W. Lee, son of Rev. I Lb.

Carlisle, who left Monday to father, Van Patel, who was celebrating I I- scene of a delightful swim party I James Phillips of Starke served Waiter H. Lee of Jacksonvilleand GIZZARDS 3ge

make their home in Oregon. his 68th birthday. A few 1! and picnic supper given by the I as pianist and played the tradi- the late Edna Roiser Lee. I.

Greeting the guests were Mr. relatives and close friends attended I Methodist Senior Choir. After I I tior.al wedding music. The wedding will take place
I The bride selected for bridal
and Mrs.' J. T. Stewart, Mrs. H. the affair. swimming, a picnic supper was Saturday June 28, at 8 p.m. in Cured ThinSliced
white satin with Super Right Sugar
and gown a fingertip -
C. Brown, and Mrs. Frank Hoover. served buffet style. the Heilbronn Springs Baptist
Miss Clara Leaman served Little Margaret Colson daughter group singing led by Rev. T. G. !. veil of tulle lace and a halo of Church. A reception will be held Lb.
Mrs. Glen of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson Mitchell and Don H. Parker added orange blossoms. She carried a
punch assisted[ by of her little !i white prayer book topped with a immediately after the ceremonyin BREAKFAST BACON SSe
Duke, Mrs. Edward Burns, and entertained ten much merriment to the party. bouquet of white carnations and Ue home of the bride's par.
Blackshear. friends at a Theatre party The honoree, Miss Hall and her '
Mrs. James celebrationof I rosebuds with a cascade of dwarf ents.
Friday afternoon Mr. Locke, went on a
finance asters and satin strermers. Miss No invitations are being issued,
her sixth birthday anniversary. hunt and at the end of U. S. No. 1POTATOES
treasure and relatives of
all friends
Open House Honors (!Tanner chose a blue satin gown but
The youngsters returned to the!,I the hunt found a beautiful "Gonejwith :with a bouquet of pink carnations!' the couple are invited to attend.
New White
Mrs. Laura Johns Colson home after the show for I,I The Wind" table lamp, a and pink rosebuds. Mrs. Phillips, 10 Lbs. S7C '

and birthday cake. gift from the choir members. 1 pianist chose a yellow gown with were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Drig-: I
Mr and Mrs. Errol Alvarez ice cream |! Enjoying this lovely affair were I a white corsage also of carnations gers and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tew j
and daughter, Mrs. Virginia A. members of the choir, their husbands and rosebuds. of Penney Farms; Mr. and Mrs

McGuire will honor Mrs. Al- THANKS I and .wives and Mrs Shellie j The bride's mother. Mis. Regist- Ernest Tanner and Miss Margie Large

varez's mother, Mrs. Laura Johns, Mrs. Pauline Torode, chairman Hall Mother of the bride-elect. j er. wore a navy blue dress with Strickland of Camp Blanding:

on her eighty-six birthday anniversary of the County Cancer Fund Drive I Judge: and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and i white accessories!' and a white :Mrs. Bennett and Miss GeorgiaJones Yellow Lbs.
Parker. of Jacksonville; Mr!<. Donald ;" ONIONS S 3 2SeI
with open house. wishes to thank all who assisted Mr. and Mrs. Don- i j and corsage asters.fashioned The groom's of carnations mother Willis and children, LaDon and

Friends are invited to call Sunday with this campaign in any way. The Methodist Recreation build I also chose with Eleanor of Palatka;; Miss Debbie
navy matching accessories I
June 22, between the hoursof The amount raised was just a few ing was converted into an outdoor I and a pink corsage. !Phillips of Maxville; Mrs. Myrtice

four and six o'clock at the Al- dollars short of the $500 quota, garden Thursday afternoon I A reception followed in the '!GaskIns and Mrs. J. S Norman C Sale Marco/ For
miscelleneous j of Woodlawn; W. C. Phillips and
\arez home, 602 Lafeyette St. Mrs. Torode said.ALVAREZ' I June shower 19, for honoring a lovely Miss Hall. I|church were Mrs.annex.George Assisting B. Flynn in this of I Sergeant. Mack of is Tampa.Mr. with i 1 NAPKINS 2 13C

, employed
I r Hostesses for the affair were Mrs.
i Starke. the cake and
cutting Mrs.
t Men's Clothing i .I the State Forestry Service working '
i Albert Lee Mrs. G. S. Newcomb Ernest Tanner of !
Camp Blanding
STORE at Penney Farms, and for the Moore
1894CHARACTER Mrs. W. H. Smith Mrs. E. K. serving punch. i
i time being the couple is residing
Ferryman, Mrs. J. 1... Anderson, Among the out of town guests, with his parents in Lawtey Oz. Can
_sr_" XTrs _Nelson.n_ Green Mrs. Titus J BEEF STEW 24
i 47eI
Olson and Mrs. L. J. Green. I 1
Greeting the guests at the door

Mrs. E. K. Perryman and
:Mrs.were T. G. Mitchell. In the receiving Hormels Oz. Con

I line were Miss Hall, Mrs. I SPA M 12 41e

Shellie Hall Mrs. L. S. Hutto and i

I the hostesses. Presiding at the -'

bride's table from four to five These Callstreeters move aroundso Calvin Johns are vacationing in Ann Page Dawson, PlumPRESERVES"6' _
and well know standards of Service 'was Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and, fast from job to job and place Macon and Atlanta. Ga. with relatives .

have been earned and maintained by ; from five to six was Miss Frances i i to place that it keeps me humping i i for a week .see Nookie jar 1ge Pillsbury 1

orgt.n. Serving punch during! to keep up with them Maggie Fowler is the new secretary and
faithful in
long of attention 1t
years I the tea hours, four to six. were j Miller is taking a vacation from J t receptionist: at Dr. Turner's office

Serving economically in this vicinity. Mrs. Edwin Green Miss Elizabeth" the cash register at the A & P Maude Lappe is working :
: Crawford, Mrs. Charlie Parker but says she is working harder at I I now at-Big Dad and Charlie Parker White House Skimmed
and Mrs. T. F. Hutto of Jackcon- 1 home than when at the store .'. is using up his vacation from
ville. Mary Sellers has been transferred ,I I Florida Power & Light b>' working *} Tall Cans

DeWITT C. JONESPhone '! Mrs. Charlie Parker and Mrs. from Carpenter's to Koch's and I for Bubba and Edna Wells MILK L 11e Lbs.

7 Starke, Fla. H. B. Peyton, accompanied by, Myrl Crawford is taking her place who are vacationing in Iowa ant1 5

Mrs. Perryman, sang two solos, ; at Carpenters find Florine Illinois Neal Joyncr and ; _

_.1.1 '6-, I and salon music was provided by Gnann is working in the book. family an- spending their two
: Mrs. H. C. Brown Mrs. J. W. keeping dept. at the bank .
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur .
I Kincaid and Mrs. L. J. Green, and Capt. Ray Rodda, formerly /:_ :. . local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and ]I I inianists. The Misses Ann Johns, with Wall Insurance has been I 33c :

services not otherwise available.We i AShirley Shaw. Phoebe Green, Jo- called back into service and left t i

: I Ann Smith. Barbara Colley and with his bride for Wolters Air BIBLESAml -- .-i

I : : : 'Judy Green dressed in pastel Force Base at MineralVelK: -'""'- ---
furnish the highest type senses at lowest prices and I formals assisted in showing the Texas on Sunday see Pat Our Own

accept ANT life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY guests the gift and serving. Also' Sieg is the new fountain girl at Sunday School Foss

company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. I I assisting in caring for the guests' Koch's and "little Dolly" Simpson. TEA 2 Lb.Pkg. 43c

Consultation carries no obligation. I I( i( were the Misses Oleeta and Ruby sure did get a beautiful sunburn Supplies I

s Green. Mrs. Juanita Phillips. Mrs.T while vacationing at Daytonalast APPLE JEllY
Del Colley. Mrs. H. II. Adams week hear she is still doctor ,
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1Are and Mrs. M. M. Morgan.The ing it Jeanette Kincaid has _.._.. !<_JOt.. "- .. _-_; !:_t.= lona Garden Sweet No. 303
You Bothered bride-elect was presentedwith the Call street rank- sain
joined r-; ;f
s _: _._ __ _...F.._ Cans I
a large platter from her serving as "bride's assist"nit" "'"' -- Lb..Jar
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;:: :: 1i PEAS 2 2Sc :
"" WITH THE chosen china pattern from her at Carl Roberts jewelery torl' : r: 1_;:. 2 i
,.. yr hostesses as a momento of the Hazel, Jim and Franklin ,,-- --- --"' ""

occasion. flitch are on two weeks \u.iu
HEAT ? Invited to call during the appointed and Sara Williams i i. <"\.
Kotex 38c
hour were 300. guests. pected back at the local \\Ysteui 15c

.nion Monday: after being non _- _
A wv-l V T V Ivory Snow Ige 27c
Miss Elizabeth Crawford andMrs. pkg '
for three months Lois andy The :SCU ILLUReferenceBible I
Sec Us For D. H. Crawford are enter- -- _......
taining at a swim party and buf Oxydol large pkg 27c
fet supper this evening (Friday) : w Rehr Bar
at Hampton honoring Miss Hall dud Fs: Rev. C. I.ScoF.eldD.D./ Joy-for dishes, 6 oz bottle 30c
Sweetheart Soap 3 for 23c
and Bradford Locke. Assisted by Eminent Scholars Bath Bar -
friends of the Where Needed
Twenty-six young Page
Help. on
i. couple are invited to enjoy the : With Chain References, Reused Camay Soap, 2 for 23c fuel BarPalmolive

affair. Marginal Renderings, Propheciei Soap, 3 for 23c

I The bride-to-be will be presented Harmonized, Books of the Bible Swan Soap, reg bar, 3 for 23c
other fei-
1 with a piece of her chosen I Analyzed and many needs Keg HarCashmere
COMFORTAir silver as a momento of the occasion I lures every Bible FL'B Bouquet, 3 for 23c

from her hostesses. ', eans, 24 oz pkg 23c

Snowdrift 3 lbs 85c
Schofield Bibles' Bab-0 Cleaner 12c ,
a BP\V Club Held 1 can -

Monthly Meeting Blu-White Flakes 9c Camay Soap, reg bar, 3 for 23c
Condition Window Fans pkg -

The regular monthly meetingof Too late to Buy From $3.00 un Trend, large pkg 21 c Duz Soap, large pkg 27c

the B.P.W. club met at SL

229.95 sj9'er Edward's hall Monday evening Residence Send your name and Dial Soap, small bar 13c Tide, large pkg 30c I
2 >able with Mildred Doyle presiding for Burglary j .
the president Mildred Sapp. address for Free Literature Eelbeck Grits, 24oz pkg 18c Cheer, large pkg 30c

Melba Partin will represent the Insurance.
and Price List.
local club at the Biennial Con- Dixie LilyCorn
Prices In This Ad Effective Thru Sal.
vention Boston, Mass from Meal 24oz pkg 18c
in Inquire ,
now June 21.
OSCILLATING FANS 7.95 June 29th through July 4th.
P &: G Soap, 2 bars 13c ______________________.r.,.
Pat Lambe gave an interesting Charley E. Johns

Terms To Suit program cn membership. AgencyPhone I Ivory Soap, Ige bar, 2 for 25c

> Delicious refreshments were A & P FOOD STORE

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE j i served by the hostesses Maryon IS STARKE, FLA.s. Ivory Flakes, Ige pkg 27c

Arnold and June Brownlee. ..W.. h. P. 0. Box 141 Ivory Soap, med! bar, 3 for 23c The GlUt Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
Entire: Contents Copyrighted, 1950
166 .
Hostesses for July will be .

222-224 Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla Adelaide Crowson and Chaste ........ Starke, Fla. Lava, reg bar, 2 for 19c 300 East Call St.

!(Uprwentina THE TRAVELERS, Hartford ,
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I Little :Mike Anderson attended J Mrs. Roy Mathews of Falatka I| Mr. and Mrs H. B. Montgomery- Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesvilleand I XIr. and :Mrs. L. N. Pickeringand XIr. and! Mrs Carl TenK am'
i visited her daughter, Mrs W. E. | returned to their home in Griffin XIrs. Esther Letchworth of *
the birthday party Saturday aft- son, Michael spent he weekend children cf Gainesville sport Sin I
ernoon of Keith Wynn; in Jack- Dowling and family on Sunday. Ga. on Sunday after three weeks Sebastian were Sunday visitors ofXIr. at Jacksonville Beach visiting day with the E P Tenlv--

sonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn | Dr. and :Mrs. W. E. :Middleton, visit with Mrs. W. J. Chandlerand and Mrs. G. L. XIcGriff, Sr. XIr and XIrs Frank XIartin KmgsleLak.-

and children Linda and Keith, Mias Madge :Middleton of Starke.Mr. IrY.. F. Godwin. XIrs. Victor Berry and sons.
spent Saturday night and Sunday(; and Mrs. E. L. Middleton and Mrs. K. W. Witt and son. David Steve and Keith, of Dillion S. C.

with Mr. ad Mrs. Sam Anderson. |Mrs. W. Q. Dowling of Jacksonville have returned to their home in are visiting Mrs. Ben}'s parents.

G.IN THE NEWS :Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lynn and;!i and Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Williams Ohio after a three weeks visit Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. this

III'Mr. daughter Sandra, of Williston and Miss Eva Burnsweigerof with her mother, Mrs. Pate Gas- '' week. Also visiting the Sapps

l 4 I I 1 I spent last Thursday with Mrs. i iI iLynn's Evanston. Ill. visited Mrs. J. J. sett.Mrs. over the weekend were Mr and t w
:Mrs. N. B. Rosier and daughter | and Mrs. Ned Yancey and I mother, :Mrs. Susan An- 'Williams, Sr. at Homosassa Barney J. Johns and children :Mrs.: R.. E. Reyes and son. Steve 1

Linda Kay, attended the ROsier children spent Sunday at Spring I drews. Sandra has remained herewith Springs on Sunday.Mr. of Keego Harbor Mich are and Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Ray

family reunion at the Townsend ,Lake. i I her grandmother. an Indefinite and Mrs Fred Wheeler spending the summer months in .and son, Rickey, of Jacksonville.Mr. .
cottage on Kingsley aLke Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McCord and :j visit. i: have returned from a two-week Starke their former home. and Mrs. John Deas and

day of last week. \children spent Sunday in Jackson- i!:, Mrs. S. G. Denmark and children -'! vacation in Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Orr have daughters, Sue and Martha Jo. Lt\ { _

Mrs. Wilbur Scott is spendinga I ville visiting Mrs. Sara Butler and I spent the latter part of last Wrdding and Engagement Ringsfor returned to their home here after were on a week's vacation last
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Carpenter. Mrs. week in Crescent City visiting Mr. June Brides at Sander'Wateh spending several weeks at their week in Tallahassee and JenningsMr.
few days this week with Mr. and j
I L\t\
:Mrs. Robert Glatzau in Winter'Butler returned to Starke with land Mrs. Joe Thomas. Shop. place in Jacksonville. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith ot

Garden. i i I:her daughter, Mrs. McCord, and Warrant Officer and Mrs. R. | :Mr. ard Mrs. C. X. Christy of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crew of Eustis spent last Friday visions

family for a short visit J. Ar.drews and daughter. Bar- Augusta, Ga. spent the weekend High Springs and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGnff. Jr _

Dr. and Mrs. Calvir. Houpt had \Wd as weekend Dr. Nick Raf
guests "I I for June grides at Sanders day leave for a visit in New Or- I j family. cottage on Kingsley Lake. with her parents for the weekend
fia of Tampa and Dr. Ashley 1 leans La. i! Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Graves of Mrs. Rosie Girton .
and with relatives in Ozark Mrs. C. Gil- and1r.:: McGriff joined her on
Lovejoy of Jacksonville. Watch Shop Ala. I Atlanta. Ga. were overnight ,lard, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard, Sunday. Also visiting the Mi-

Mrs. Fay Gill has returned 1 guests last Friday of their son-in- 'all I of St. Petersburg, were guests Griffs and Monteiths in Eustis on r

I home after two months visit with law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I lof Cleveland Neal at. Theressa. 'Sunday was Miss Sara Williams.
her daughter Mrs. J. F. Robb in I W. W. Caines, Jr. while enroute to S. Sgt. J. H. Gassett. USAF. who is working at present in the

':Charlotte, N. C. Mrs. Robb and 'the Shrine convention in Miami i''Washington, D. C., is spending a Western Union at Ktesimmee. \

PURE SERVICE STOREPHONE [children returned with Mrs. Gill j Mrs. W. B. Sewell ad sister, ,ten-day leave here with his mother Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford, Sr. and A \ .

for a two-week visit. Another I Mrs. Lois Cottrell of Leesburg, Mrs. Pate Gassett. .airs J. W. Hinely and children of

,Daughter, Mrs. R. F. Prather and |I are vacationing at Little Switzerland -' Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. Frame That Precious LookTo

189 i daughter, Sandra, of Jennings, La. N. C. ''and daughters Mary Agnes, Anne. ''M. C. Ford Jr. and family on
:, are also spending a month with Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. !land Betsy, left yesterday for New !,Sunday. 'catch' little folk at their best rely on a

Cor. :Madison and So. Walnut Starke, Fla. Mrs. Gill. i R. Chasteen, Jr. and son, J. Roy 'I Orleans, La. They. will be gone Steve Clark of Kansas City. photographer who knows babies. The result

i i T.-Sgt. and :Mrs. Paul Cavinder I spent the latter part of last week ''several days. Mo. and L. P. Dees of Raleigh i i will be a captivating baby-likeness that you'll

ALL SIZES !'and daughter Barbara Jean, of ;:i at the Brownlee cottage at St. 1 i S. Sgt. and Mrs. L. R. Yates N. C. spent the weekend with Mr. treasure always. Come in and see our baby

Scott Field, Ill. spent last week Augustine Beach. and children. Bruce, Jeannie and and Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. portraits of true, lifelike quality-beautifully

WHITEWAll NEW TIRES with Mr. and :Mrs. R. A. Colson Mr. and :Mrs. I. P. Shepherd I I:t Steve, who are stationed in Texas :Heneritta Hunt. The Greens also finished in a variety of tones, and appropriately -

and family. spent the early part of the week ti'i I have boen visiting Mrs. Yates'I :had as visitors on Sunday Mrs : framed. Call toda '.

Mrs. C. L. Hill and daughtersand i in Monticcllo visiting Mr. Shep- I grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Irene John of Green Cove Springs.

( NOW IN STOCK \ Miss Gladys Gamble of Clear- j I i herd's sister, Mrs. Irene Sa ser. I Ii I Cox of Hampton for the past 10 Mrs. D. J. Clark and Mrs. C. I n 8x10 3.00
mont, Calif. 'arrived Sunday for. | Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings days. Williams of Tampa. PORTRAITS -

three weeks visit with Mrs. 'Smother i, ,T. M. Hutchings and Miss Montie ''I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox had as Mr. and Mrs. Stanley N'oepel SIX 3x5's 5.00

RECAPS NOW AVAILABLE Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs |Hutchings of Gainesville spent the their weekend guests, Mr. and '''and Sheriff-elect and Mrs. W, P

Pearce also had visiting her on,, weekend in Trenton visiting Mr. :,Mr*. Alfred Ferrier, Mr. and Mrs ; (IBilll* Joyce of Tallahassee spent
I J Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ensor Jand: I Mrs. R. G. Dodson.j Oscar Sjolin of Miami, and Mr. '''last week at the Noegel camp on Chris. J. Newbern Studio

IN WHITEWALLS I and Mrs. Mary Lane and daughter, j I and Mrs. E. W. Carterof '|1\\I XI. Phillips and Mr. J. H. .the Oklawaha River.

Mary Beth, of Jacksonville.Mr. Jacksonville were visiting Mr.1'i'Bristow of Jacksonville. I MM. N. T. Ritch of Miami SITTINGSWed.
and :firs. B. T. Thomas and i !:and tits P. M. Barefoot Sunday I Mrs. L. D. Greer.
afternoon. accompanied spent the w'ekend.isitipg' Mr. 6 PM 8:30 PM I- Sat 9 AM I 8:30 I'M I
daughter, Elloie her sister, Mrs. Williams
vacationing C. t
j Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and II the latter's home wand I, Mr. Floyd Green and Mr and PHONE 103 STARKE, FLA.
for in Tampa on
a month in Hot Springs, Ark. '
j children of Jacksonville spenti for 'Mrs. N. B. RosIer.YTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1.
I Tuesday an extended visit.
Mrs. F. P. Hires of Bronson ixayus is i: i! Sunday with the L. S. Hutto family. I
.. ... _. .., XIr. and XIrs. Bernard Hunt and! ________________
THEATRE "' : -) 4-i me I'oomas nome during '1. inline Y : Y"-L ranKle nuuo u remained L 'baby of FYY.YYYYWYYYYwwwwwwwwwwwwwYwwww.. . . . Y Y Y .. .. .. .. .. l'1'-
Bonifay are visiting Mn It-
FLORIDA their absence. 'I here for a visit with his cousin Henrietta Hunt. C '

STARKE Adding Machines an* Portable I)|Wayne Kinney. XIrs. W. G. Crocker and daughter > DRUG STORE
l Miss Shirley Colley returned to KOCH'S
typewriters sold Carolyn Miami
on time.-Brad- i are spending 1
her work in D. C.i'
Dedicated To Community Service ''ord County Telejrraph. this week with Mrs. Crocker'suncle t

""Movie Are Better Than Ever" Mr. and Mrs. I on Sunday after a week's vllit. and aunt, Mr. and XIrs. E. The Rexall I rCOOL 4
Laverne Outlaw:
1 i with her mother, Mrs. XL H. Col- F. :Miles.

Sat. June 21 ONLY entertained at a family birthday j ley. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Stew- j XIr. and ;
Tues., Wed.-June 24, 25 XIrs. L. J. Kite and .
DOUBLE FEATUREHIJACKED picnic Saturday evening honor- !art Keystone Heights were also daughters of West Palm Beach

JOIl YVONNI I ing Mr. Outlaw's parents, Mr. and 'home for the weekend. spent the weekend with XIr. and ': i
Friends of Miss Juanita Bessent OFF ICE COLD 3
i Mrs. B. S. Outlaw of Jacksonville Mrs. J. R. Kite.
mm( DeCARLOTgEb. ,will regret to hear that she is''
I | whose birthday anniversaries fell Judge George A. Gardiner ,rrle .
seriously ill at her home where
DAVIS & JONES brated his 85th birthday and Fa.ther's WITH A Ii
on June 16 and 17 respectively 'j she li'esith her sister, Miss 4
-AND- t i Day on Sunday. Together > 1 SC
I1r Also Minnie Bessent. Miss Bessent 4
'1 ,;. ; attending the party were aye I with the Gardiners for the lay t
TRArl ir@.Vv 1 i and Mrs. R. H. Outlaw and family ;recently returned from Alachua were their two daughter*, and

".."' of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. B.I hospital where she was confined their husbands, XIr. and XIrs. Zack i
Si'O....sy". :!' for three weeks. J. Roberts and XIr. and Mrs. Russell ZOMBIE
--,....--, DROS.-} S. Outlaw, Jr. and family of j Little Diarne Colson is spending XIcKoone of Hastings. SPECIAL

'iIit! !! :::: 1,11\.11.. iIIU14 I i) .< I "'., Gainesville and :Mrs. Selma Sullivan ,I this week in Brooker with her Dewitt C. Crawford .

''AI _",i.ir % ."*rno: : [*.,. and children of Durham, N. ![:grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. sp'+11t the weekend of with Dunn.lIon [) his- i 2 Pts. Sherbet :

I ;Colson. .,
Tins "Time Gallops On" I c. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts spent parents Crawford, XIr.Sr.Ju't and XIrs. Lor.llte.' >: Most Refreshing Drink :

Cartoon & News ,,the early part of the week in Miami 39 C
i Received: nice assortment fof f .4
.Pin. "RaJnmn.Ir I n-E at the Shriners convention. E } OIL re Ever Tasted .
--- ------ Ii n 5011 "Ii 0 5 51 p" Eastern Star and Ala: -onic'Rings. t
Cartoon & Serial .- | Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree of'; Sanders Watch :Shop.
IRS. G. P. WADSWORTH I Roanoke. Va. are visiting old l' >
XIr. and XIrs. John
A. Schoene-
JESSE NEWSOMESun. ![friends here this weekend while I' t
By "Shorty" mann of Madison, Wis. arrived $9.95 Value $7.95 Value 3
|enroute "to Columbus, Ohio where Value
i Saturday for ,
a'isit with Mrs.Scboenemann's
., Mon.-June 22, 23 Dr. Hembree will be a resident
Thur. Fri. June 26 27 I i
grandmother. Mrs I 16 Piece 5 Piece
physician in the new hospital I
eAo9t JR. S. Fernandez. Mrs. Schoene- : -
y. there. 'I'
tR { .... .... a mann will be remembered as the
Just Received: nice a<;M>rtni<>nt '' Dinner \Ware 3
I WARNER BROS. 'former Fay Louise Yarbrough. CleanerCOMPLETER
of Kastern Star and Ma"onlIGngc c
11/ I XIr. and XIrs. Lonnie Crawford
Sanders Watch Shop. SERVICE 4
11b -A Streetcar Jr. of Jacksonville spent the weekend :
; Miss Susan Wallace, secretaryat 4
1 the Tabernacle, is spending her : with Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Original For Home and Commercial ORIGINALHANDPAINTED
NamedIDesire" j Crawford Sr. and : 4
r XIr. and XIrs.
frii ,,,'acationith relatives in Tampa. i
'H. L. Norman. I'aintcd"e 3
Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Grady Iland-
i spent Father's Day with thei'r'fostE'r Idyll Landrum was the ,I Vegetable Bowl Platter
,?r. Q I guest of Miss Anne 98c
A Whinney at i
f- bt'mm(I 5 son in Jacksonville. I St. George Island : A'otr Only Creamer and Sugar 4NOW
I I _, .. I I Friends of A. C. Durden will be over the week .

)I interested to hear that he is still 1 end. i will Clean Silks Chiffons, : ONLY i
NICs'6ORDON 'He said we'd notice 1 XIrs. K. :
more C.
I lENUlGUiu !,in the convalescing stage from a Duncan and son. l. Gloves1'oolens 4
PEP!" [ Kaspar and daughter Margaret j 5 95 I
serious fall which took ini
DDIEME i .._ place Rose, Hats. Crepes Hugs, Ties: 11II
MARlON BRANDO I i the yard two weeks ago. were visiting the T. E. Dur.- .j' I etc. 4.95LOOK :
There i io a difference in \\hat Mrs. Lois Wells, cans in Gainesville last Friday .
state WMUI
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RAQKEI'lus ;1 HUNTTR"KARI VALDDI.Ttmtesstr OCUAMS t jour car ran do when filled I worker of Jacksonville]] will spend I i, Sue Duncan returned with them j

,MOM.r.1.JIlIlfIl.J.. "j.. 1Jo.: >tIllIn., ,1'.1111 \\ilh our top quality gasoline. i.the weekend with Mrs. E. D. Ten to spend the weekend with her I.
---- --- -- cousin,
Margaret (
.- "- -- :' ly and family. Rose. Margaret 1
"Blue Bird's Babies" Car __.EW DOSI'In' yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. . . . . . ; Mr. and Mrs. H.1 C. Wimberly Rose returned! to Gaines'ilJe'd. I MEN'S: AND: 4
"Fair-Haired Hare" Cartoon nesday to spend the remainder of i BOXED CANDY
of Eagle Lake were weekend I
toon & Latest News I LBBYSales / :guests of the Nelson Greens. the ;ow'ekith Sue. BATHING SUITUI

IP YQU FIND YOUIl NAME CONCEALED IX THE BLAXDIXG i' Miss Joan Tenly entertained at XIrs. J. W. Andrews ivturneJ

man IX OR FLORIDA THEATRE ADS CUT AD OUT .VXD PRESENT & ServicelAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi a buffet supper and swim party home Sunday after spending ten j 2 FOR PRICE OF I 2.19 2.98

IT TO BOX OFFICE FOIl FREE TICKETS honoring Miss Julia Lawson and days at the Andrew's camp on
I Joe Jordan on Tuesday evening at
I the Oklawaha River.
I Kir.gsley Lake. Enjoying th?
Frazer Eleanor air. and Xlts C H I 'rtlrruu <>: '

BLANDING DRIVE-IN I Benton Charles Lawson, Kenneth l Ja,'ksonMllo, v i bit.11'! : 'r-1. :Mi!

Temple Ave. Ph. 32 Tjus and Jack Kaves. Also visiting 1'1"yd' f;I'" 11 I.'II 1I1dd, n /I1i1/1/111111/i11i111111111111I1U111U1U111/111/UUl/11/U11/111111111 IIII
the E. D. Tenlys th> sam

Dedicated To Mo\irs i .\r,' evening were Rev. and Mis: ; C K -=== -- -- .-- .- -
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Community THEATRE fetter Hooker of Gainesville] and! Mr url! 1 ; ; T- -
Smite :Mrs. NT. O. Maxwell of St.uko
A MAKTIX THEATRE Than Ker: Mr. and Mrs. G F:1! : .'' .

Television Tips Mananna were visiting their! -m STA.RLING GFOCERY"GAls!
Box Office 7:15;
Opens P.M. Show Starts 8:00 P.M. Cecil Sewell, and family "\- tnveekend. -


By Mr. and Mrs. Dillon vVr< !-'." <>,
Fri., Sat-June :20, 21 Xeptune Beach were S .. .\ } 5ri J" J
Mon., Tues.-June 23:l 21 t CHARLES005SIPLIKUOOLD '
ovtof Mr. and Mis (;?i.! \iu-
ro BE mm
IT HAD he'vs.tilt.

IH AFRICA r i and: Mrs. Richard;' ; S' '< ''in'

lt 1 of Jacksonville spent t ir-. \\ k.-nd
[ JfI1t 1' ? ,
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS' with the V S St. J.ihnm C

Mr and! :Mrs. FV V:irnanoc

and daughter. Mary L 'I i IIi Pa-
\ GREGORY PECK ? Kitka \': Itedfrs. \'Knlaroe! sbrothels.

15 \\ P. EldridL: Smii"!! m

Plus "Ilubblo U,>e" Cartoon CONTAGIOUS'+ DANGEROUS SundayMr.
and :Mr. R. C l ampler and
MRS. W. II. HART son Billy. visited Mr and :MrP

A. Dampier in Jacksonville on

Sunday Billy remained with his
Q Wed., Thur.-June 23, 26
t v, grand pa rent* for a short visit!
W. G Haile returned to Miami
The Screen's Top
\ Sunday with Jack and Linda Sue

riu "Pueblo Pluto" Cartoon tT Haile. who have beer visiting

FUNNY MAN here, for a week's \"1latlOnth
I ais tor. Woodfin and familyMr
and Mrs. Batesof
Sun. June 22 ONLY Raymond ... -
I Mr West and Palm Mrs.! O.Beach W.111tt'were.visiting Sr or. ,_ _-.. ,_ '___ :.. :.. h. ,' -'.- -_ .'.. _ ,,. "': _.

Tuesday and Wednesday OVER SEA
Mrs. T. L. Griffin and daughter -

.. rrA i;Martha Jean of Decatur and At- .

There. no danger catching ilanta, Ga. were visiting Van Patel .

r ( anything a friendship.in our business except (! Friday and of family last from week.Wednesday ALso visiting to- SOAP S B A CON SALAD DRESSING

I, the Patels at the same tim

I I Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed 'I were Greenwood.Mr and Mrs Miss Herman who were Abbeyof en- 5 Bars 25c Best Lb. 17c Qt. 39c

\ CARY GRANT route to South Florida Gunga
| Patel accompanied the Abbeys as

t4 .'J%,. far as Marianna where she is C--_ ,. -- ',-'-..-.-:- -,. : ;-'::-;:- -",-,:.,:;- .__ -._: ':. .;:.-:,-- --: .: : ;- ::.:- :. ;. .,' :-:' : '.: :" ----O'.4.7--::::
..... ...... "visiting Mrs. B. F. Waller for a : '
Sales and ServicePh. Mrs. Esther Rowe and children.
Plus Cartoon "lIont')' Harvester" j
Plus Cartoon "Jungle Jiv Billy and Alice of Aiken. S. C

r 239 Starke were guests of :Miss Carol White j I -

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YTYTTTYWYYYYYYYTY 'VT VYTYVY YVYVYVYT and gives us many ideas on how would go up the ramp to the tai? Clerk cf: Circuit Court cf I i XOTICE TO APPEARIn (OFFICIAL SEAL': ) A. J. Thomas the Circuit Court on or before : '
Bradford County Flor'da Circuit c on. Bradford County Clerk of the Circuit Court.
to improve our various fields. 30th day of June. 195
gate. and then turn around ; othei
Florida la
: 01 C.a.t't'r By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk. the allegation .
FARMER'SDIARY Now instead of many vague ideas, just back down the ramp again OTICE TO APPEAR i ROlaha.hlczanowkl.! Plaintiff. vsSianiMow 6/6 4t 6/27 I will be taken ap of confessed said Compl.by i :
In Circuit Tonrt. Bradford r...nty I :Milcza-now-kl, Defend
we have a specific plan for build. Sam spluttering and fuming cussing Florida: I. r...c.ry. I ant. Case Xo 9193 In Circuit Court Bradford Count, I This each notice shall be publl-' .
ing up our farm. and sweating his head off Anne Alpert Plaintiff, vs MartinK. Notice To Appear.To Florida; In ('hnol'.r,. ;I weeks in the week Dradford for four conse- .
County Tt
I Alpert Defendant.; I : Stanislow Mil.-zanowski" Gene Muretto. Plaintiff \5. Fernan. graph.
Then he remembered reading about Case Nc 91?:!? whose r"I'idt'nl"and address is: da Moretto, Defendant.
Dated this '
27th .
. 411I Another fine service rendered \ how a man could use bushel Xotlfe To Appear.To i Weis Witrylow Poezta Dydnia Case Xo. 9196 (OFFICIAL SEAL day of May.
, ) A. J. Thomas
411I : Martin K. Alpert whose residence j Powjat l zo.w. Poli-.nd Order Of Publicationnd Notlrr Totppmr
? By Sam McGarvey to farmers is that of innoculatinghogs baskets to make Brunswick Xew- You notified that Clerk of the Circuit ('(lur:.
a hog go wherehe is: 31 Street are hereby a ; !stair O( Florida Tot .
( By Myitle T. l>ea\er, Deputy u'\
against swine fever and wanted ark. Xew Jersey.! suit for Fernanda :Moretto whose residence I- 1
: The author will be glad to receive him to. Sam got 2 You are hereby notified that a Divorcehas and address is Capolongo Xu.I. 5 '30 4t i.i i.
Items of Interest concernIng cholera. County Agent Tom Me- hamper and got at the bottom of suit for been filed against you in the Genoa Xeiw, lid b'. i ,OTlfETfl""":
dane "doubletreateour six the Di\orce above named Court and cause and I You are required to appear on APPK.UIIn
the activities of farmers in 411I ramp and put the open end has been filed against you in the you are required to !!f'n'a copy of. July 7. 1952. in the alve nam..dCourt Circuit Court Bradford Covni- .
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe 411I spotted pigs ,and now we can stop of the hamper over the hog's ( above named Court and cause and your answer or pleadfri* to the and cause wherein plaintiff I I Duane Florida;Edward In CkxnrtTJ.Ells, Plaintiff.
worrying about them I you are required; to serve a copy of complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney seeks divorce Brandford County
losing tc head.
left at the Telegraph office or I She backed away from it, ( your answer or pleading to the T.'rank Landrum, Telegraph shall publish this Orderin I Aurora II. Klls Defendant.
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey cholera. :Modem science is real- and in less than a minute Sam I complaint on the Plaiitiffs Starke, Florida next four weekly issues. Case XoN :
_ ly helpful to the farmer. had backed Attorney, Ray Leiden. Selden and file the original in the officeof Witness my hand and official seal I tlr To Appear.To .
the hog right into the Building aytona Beach Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court on at Starke. Florida this June S, 1952.: : Aurora H. Ells. who : -
S S SAt station wagon. It's a swell trickS and file the original in the office of or before the OFFICIAL PEAL) A J. Thomas.As I deuce is3101: Rabbit RuC.. ;
A A last the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 7th day of July 1952; Clerk ..f said Court. Christ i Texas.
I we are getting some S or before he otherwise the allegation of said IY Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk. I You are hereby notifhat
\ we haven't been at the n./s and raring to work. fine vine-ripened tomatoes and Sure glad to see that some of 7th day of July, 195; Complaint will be taken as cunfe.sed Chas K. II..!'''. 2fl4-0i;; Guaranty Life suit for Divorce has b f .
S S S otherwise the allegation tf Aid by P.lJg Ja.-ksonMlle, Florida. against you in the abov,
with the Lour you. r..m
:Market to keep In touch I they sure are a treat to eat.Ve Bradford
I I County farmers have Complaint vill be taken as confessed This notice shall be publishedonce Attys. for Plf. 1i.6 4t I 6: 27 Court and cause and you are .
situation we've heard that the Tried to save some time and have them in various ways but hit it good with pepper. They by you. each week for four consecutive quired to serve a copy of your .

price .offered at this time for money in hooking up the chickens' I Alice likes them best fried. Trou had it coming to them for I This notice shall b* published weeks in the Bradford County :.NOTICE TO APPEIR swer or pleading to the compl..
they once each week for four consecuti\e .Telegraph. In Clrrnlt Conrt. Bradford County on the Plaintiffs Attorney, 7.H. ,
weet! corn is so low that it must automatic waterer by using some ble we have with tomatoes is intrying earned it. I weeks In the Fradford County Tt'l.I ..- Dated this 4th day of June 1952. Florida In Chancery. Douglas 505 Lynch Build _

discouraging to our Bradford hose wo had on hand for the con to have S S S graph. (OFFICIAL SEAL) ) A. J. Thomas, Frederick P. M.iran Plaintiff vs. Jacksonville Florida, and file the
be very a yield over a I Kated this 31st day of May, 1S52. Clerk i>t the Circuit Court. Kalh..rilltllul. .iii, Dttendant. original in the office of the uS..
County farmers. Seventy-five nection to the water pipe. It period of time. The vines we I Got to scout around and get OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, r.)' Myrtle T. Dra\er Deputy Clerk. Case Xo. 917! ,'f the Circuit Court on or ttt.the -
we'veJeard lasted oily about four months, i i I Clerk of the Circuit Court 6 6 4t 6.27: Notice To Appear 30th day of June .
cents a bag is the quotation are picking from now are. just some sweet potato vines to plant By Myrtle T Dtaver, Deputy CI..rlcI ( To K'lIh..nnelora'l., whose residence wise the ; >:u.t
and then we had it to do all over 1 6.6 4 t: '27 allegations of said C. i
most and that is a mightylow about gone._ We do have some i as soon as we can. Last sear we : I is: Unknown. plaint will be taken as conf. -.. ,
sweet again, this time we used pipe 'OTICI1'0 \rrn\u You are hereby notified that a suit
at time when Pan American didn't I by you.
price, a plants that are plant any and we sure !NOTICE Tt APPEARIn
In 'Irrult Bradford ". for Divorce has been filed
Court. Count) I against This notice shall be .'
fittings and it should last a long Circuit Court, Bradford COBBIT, pub-1;
corn must be bringing seventy- coming along all right, and we missed having some to eat. Think Kloriilai In thaneevy.Grady you in the abo\e named bnce each week for four consecu' .\ .
dozen from the time. Which reminds us that one to we'll (I I Florida; In Chanfery.Mary L Ira)'. Plaintiff "11. Virginia I Court and cause! and you are required weeks in the Bradford County T> .
cents them .
five a are going spray with put out fertilizer with chlordane Hardin Abercrombie. riamtiff Anderson <; DefendantCase to of .
r.ty serve a copy y ur an- graph.
Nothern consumer. We most certainly of our main troubles has beer Copper-A compound. \ in it where we plant the A-. \'a'm.'Ih"n. Case Abercrombie.'Defendant. Xo. Xo. 9187 I swer or pleading to the complainton Dated this 28th day of M.iy, '. '.

are not ex *crts on the subject doing jobs in a hurry and then I I sweet To Appear.To 91tlNotice Notice To Appear the Plaintiffs Attoiney, TheronA. (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Th.... .1'
S S potatoes.
I I To: Virginia Anderson Tray, Y.iwn. .11' I II' Ka-t Call Street I .1.l rk of the Circuit l.p.
but it looks as though the having to do them over and over We are making a new effort S SFinnegan whose: Waymon reMdt-me Wilson i is: Abererombie Cherryville., whose residence is: Unknown and St.irke. FI'.rola ind file Hie By MM tie T D. \tr, DeptiU C':
again. But it costs so much to II| whose last known residence was: original in the offu-e of the (Clerk of ::. 30 4t i _
who the corn getzvery the | North Carolina.Toil
fellow ,
grows now to plan our work. We have water pump just Waldo Florida.

little for his labor, seed, fertilizer run a farm! that we are always tried to plan ahead, but we had craves attention every so ofter suit for are hereby notified that a I You are hereby notified that a -, --- -

dust, etc., compared with trying to save money. But the nothing down in writing and the II! and we can depend on having tc I Divorce and resoratlon ef maiden suit Divorcehas for I -'....). -

it. And this well-done job saves money in the name I been filed against in the
handle do you
those trouble with in ) something on him little 'f'c
plans our head* every I has been filed against :you In the above <
named Court and and .: )
is not fair to the farmer who does long run. is that too often they are overlooked 'while. We took the air value lal..e named Court and cause and you are required to ""1'a i au.-e<.>.1") % "f : \' q I\ SMootlUt.i !,
to of
required serve a
: copy
all the work and takes all the or forgotten if things gc control gadget apart and repairedthe our answer or pleading to the your complaint answer on the or Plaintiff-pleading tn. i |" < RiiciiLs flavor 5or Summerb'
Alice is still in bed recuperatingfrom complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney. : special
risk. wrong. So we are going to try rubber diaphragm, and for a Carlos E. Attorney, Carlos K 11.11'4\ i\ t '
harper 204 ,
infection in her leg. The West Universitv .\\ :
SiFor while the
to plan in writing when we are pump worked fine. But Weft University Avenue, C.aint-sville.: i Fl"rid.L
the first time since we'vebeen doctor said that total rest was the I going to plant, and where and it went off again this week and <>aine ville, Florida and file the original! in h. "" .
and file In I
*original the office 'f
( ;
would effect the Clerk of the i -
that a 11' M i
only thing
here we are now planting all other details. We know that needed some mote fussing with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ( nor I..f before the ;

right through the Summer months. cure, so Alice has been in bed now keeping an accurate record of all Sam has gotten to be almost ar before 7th day the of July, 1952:!; I 7th day of Jnl\'. 1''.".: J1S _....,' "" ._ ,; Lt
for two weeks. But we hope | othert i-c the alltp.it., "u V' -
1I -
over .u
We've made a list of the vege- expenses and income has helpedus. expert on Finnegan through otheiwis-e the allegations d aid i <"omj>ltint; will I I... taken J

tables that can be grown in the that she will be up soon and feel Now we are taking the next working on him so much. But not Complaint. by will be taken as < ,..nfesd -- fe--i d by > ouThitr ,, _

hot. weather and we intend tc ing better. In the meantime, step of planning ahead for a yearor I quite, for if he had he would be I you.This notice hall t.e published on. e rai'notuehall h week f.r I 1"lIr!1.. push! 1\.1 prr4.J K_=_

plant all of them, and even a few Sam's Mom is helping us and able to keep the fool thing run once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele tlW..K" III the liradl.ird: i '. ..

told doing a wonderful job.Mom's I I so.'S. ning. graph. Telegraph .. ..J'\
that are doubtful. We are -r- b1fJ
I Dated ihiird; da> "t Jun' : .-1 t
Dated this 3Pth day of May, 1952 I .1'sZ1TWJ'
farm the S S S J '
that it is possible to \ .
We first .
are picking our I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, fr /j ;
year around here and it probably always loved to pick Crowder peas, and we again notice j When we take the Red feeder Clerk of the Circuit Court. I ?

is true but one thing is certain. blackberries, and everytime we the mottled effect on the i to market we are going to keep Ey Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy 6/6 4t Clerk 6':::7 : FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S I

that is miss her we know she is out along the best gilt to raise I, .
and that is it sure toughto pods which we were told was out as a ... ... ., AI

work out in that hot sun now. the fencerow. Then she' comes caused because the pods were brood sow. Her daddy was big I. Clrralt XOTICE Crt TO, Bradford APPEAR County, ... .\ '-- --.---... .. <
S Si back with several quarts, and we "stung" with wasps. Actually Red, the fine registered Duroc Florida In Chanrrrr. JUST ONE -. -

Planted a row of Jackson Wonder have them with sugar and cream, we believe what happens is that I male we had and we want to keep I vs.Louise Jack Alberta C. Campbell Campbell, Defendant.Plaintiff, FRIGIDAIREMade IU

butterbeans in left field, Or stewed, or biggest treat of all, the wasps are hunting and devouring -I his blood in our hog family. We Notice t. Appear.To Cars___ _Xo._ _. 919_ n_? p =

where we had fertilized heavilyfor blackberry dumplings.' th hard insects. and it is the insects I! selected one gilt named "Higgie- : Jack t'. Campbell whose reeldwice I only by General

English peas. Also planted I sauce. I.. which- damage the pods. i the Piggie" (named for one of: You and are address hereby is notified: Unknown.that a I Motors Corp. All other : LEMON CUSTARDceCrean

half a row of both Crowder pear S S S S I S I our Winter guests) but we strongly 'I suit for : Electric Refrigerators are ,

and blackeye peas. Then we Sold our last quart of strawberries Well, we see that the ceiling\ suspect that if Higgie the Pig. I I trol Divorce(,f minor, care, children custody and o>n- I made by other companies

planted a row of snap beans on last week and decided tc price is off Irish potatoes, and gie causes us a lot of trouble in .:'!''above: has been filed against you in 'he I and cannot use the word I Delicate lemon flavor. Looks

a gamble to see what will hap quit picking for this season. A! the price has jumped way up. one way or another we'll call her you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of Frigidaire.

pen. We are told that the hot we got a little more than $660 But it will come down soon amore many worse things before we're I your an'w..r..r pleading to the cool and tastes cool. Borden'sLemon

shower from the 10,001'} plants we set into i through with her. i il complaint on the Plalntifrs Custard is creamy rich
sun after an afternoon and more potatoes come i __ Attorney, A. J. Thomas, Jr.

will scald plants, and that is why out, it has been by far our best the market. What a crazy In The Circuit Court or 1'l.irl.lii. !file Starke the Floridaand original In the offn e "f I Want A GciuieFRIGIDAIRE with just the right tang for

you cannot grow some crops in berry season. We took down our world we live in. Not long age i r.ighlh Jnillriul ('11'1'1111.. .In .\n.lTor the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ? ? a refreshing warm weather treat.
but have to H rail fsrI Connl,. In ( hanrrrf or before the ,
the Summer months. We know signs, now we get potatoes were sold as stock feed I
.lames N. I I udgt I. 1'laintiff, I ,th day of July, 1952: ; Enjoy this brand new, grandnew
that if we do get the beans grow. busy raising plants for next sea at a ridiculously low price, and \v nivonrn 'otherwise the allegations ofsid THEN SEE

ing we will have to dust frequently son. Have to scrap the patch tc now they are selling for about $P i, Mignon '<'. HudR-i-l.,: TO Defendant.oTin \PPH\II ,1 Complaintill id by yc.u.This be taken a!' ,-onft tt1 I flavor often.

for insects. get some berries for freezing. a hundred Ibs. To: Mignon (.'. lludgri \tl.t'it.i. | notice shall ba published E. H. SMITH
iie ,, gia. ''once each week for four consemtus
S ; S S S I
: You are )h -r.Iiy! notified that a weeks in the Bradford County Tele i
And speaking of insects, reminds Guess about the only way we'll We think the successful farmer: suit has \len drought; against you graph. Tenth aRd Temple Ave. thLhCECREAM
i in the Circuit Court of }Florida in I Dated this 4th day of June, l2.! :?
us cf tha way two different farm. I ever wean that doggone calf Petal must be an expert to knowing'I.and for the County of Ifradford 'I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomah

"era._ _fimtmri.____ hprft n_. _farn___ thA___ inU'l't______ from her mammy Daisy is keep when to buy and when to sell I'James State of Florida in Chancery by Clerk of the Circuit Court Starke, Fla.
'\ X. Hudfrel and you are fur- :By :Myrtle T. Dtaver Deputy Clerk.
problem. One ;asthatheWUl them a mile apart. W.e tried one We have some fine red feeder pigs i I, thpr-.. h..r..hv.- --, .n"lri.......... ,..h..,.t.. .h'm .."'....r. I 6b4t52t -
have to get dusting equipment weaning device, then we tried and we don't know for sure whento i[ day of this). notice is July 9, 1952..1 1-
and you shall on said date, serve
as he will never again try to another neither of which worked. take them to market. The 'a 'rltt.1 ropy of >'our defense if

raise a crop without dusting to Then in desperation we put both' farmer with a lot of experience Ian)'. upon J. C. Adkins Jr., attorney of all !
1 I for the plaintiff at the adilrts-I Smartest
control insects. The other farmer i devices on her, and still she steal! would know pretty much, but we given below and immediately thereafter Delivery

does not believe in "poisoning"crops the milk. Don't know what tc will have to guess at the time i file the original of: the same
I lathe. office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
he says about Insects-"let try next. and then learn whether we were Court, of the above court
I otherwise i a decreo I'ro confesso will
'em eat". S S S right or wrong. ..
i 'nt'rii4 against you. The na-
I SHad 1 Got our Soil Conservation Program !:i lure and ohje( t of thi suit is to obtain
a divorce on behalf of plaintiff.
Katrinka the tractor re plan from Mr. Brown of the Last time Sam loaded a hog i James X. Hndgel from defendant :

paired. She had burned out some local SCS. We are delighted withit he had a devil of a time trying tc :' Mipnun C. HtidKel.
I i The Bradford County Telegraph
exhaust values and was just about for at last we have a long- do without help. He had back. a newspaper published in ISradford: .i L'

able to go. But after her opera. range plan to work. It calls for ed the station wagon to the load County, Florida. and of general
circulation therein i is hereby designated
tion Katrinka is once again the the utilization of practically all ing ramp and tried to coax the as the newspaper to publish-

Powerful Katrinka of her newer of our land for one use or another sow to get into the wagon. She this order of publication once each I
week for four ((4) consecutiveWITXHSS '

-"'" L_ __ w..kll.
:; the Honorable John A iJ

-..- H. Miirphree and the Honorable A I '.
r Z Adkins, Judges of the CircuitI ,t.-
I Court in ann for Tiradford Count I
( I Florida, and A. J. Thomas Clrrk "f | it ,. .. .,-:..:,:. .'I<,; $' ;
,"saul Court on this 3rd day of Jun ? v' 5
0 1952.! : I kL k ,- I
1.\ t1jtm I \ .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thfollla'I -,

Clerk Circuit Cnuit j I I -4 \ c ..: ,.,, ,4.' .' :t .
I Dradford County. Florida I 4- *1 I 4. _
J.f. Adkins J C. Adkins. Jr II | -. '. I : .. '. t.
k .( Florida Bank
uteltt Building (8i.csvlltFlorida II i
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I : Attorneys for plaintiff. ( C 4t f :'


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NIGHT. I F. M. Pa 'kham. the holder of th-
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following certificate ha" fiUdnd Beauty with brawnl .."i I (Our-IIT
I I certificates for a tax deed to lie tt I .
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ill thereon The < -rtifn ate XIIIMibers ,- \
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I Iscriplion of the propeit and tli I ." ,, ". I ,"fedl' I
name in which It01" a'.'-enl .n.!
[ follows: ; --
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Xo. 52. Year. if \I" -
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101-h Mlle ;* Available with
Xame in which assessed: I. C CompUtdy ntw p.
SLEEPr! Korsyth.'ertifioate. ; of f Maker Six) Ov.rilead.valve, high-
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MODERN EXHAUST FANSuse an.ay 31, A 11 1S4S I Short >trohe cvti friction. More of the t America's newest and most distinctive Sedan Delivery,
Description of Property: About :I? b made ovollcblefor !
/ A in SE Cor of that portion of :' : power developed here tell customers that yours ia
is to
and Electricity Ford Courier your
Free Air Cheap of XF.'. that lifV of Road !'.... 1-:1'1 two vseful work) the ,
16 Town-hip 6; South flange, 22 Your business profits by the Courier'seyecatching
whole/ house. of' the quality service
to cool your a I! Xame in which Assessed! : A. .'ar- Famout Strate-Slar V-l new upped

.. i t..r I great t la 110 h.p.l New precision-molded appeal'!
cost, of about' a nickel a night in I ,'.rt ,ifirate Xo ;S4. Year of I'-u- superior alloy aankshafll FreeTvmirg -
ance May 31. A.P 1948. t
an average Sunshine Service home I Inscription of Property: X 716 ft I valves) Super-Fitted aluminum The all-new Courier gives you all the style of the
!lof th.it of fIof engines! pistons) Fewer P3ct grvei most
portion XE'i that alloy Ford.Car of handling,
[ lieE of lload 13. Section 16.; Township I power from keel ceil talked-about' new Ford Cars! You get

atdtiafawtaM. .. I Name Ii South in whkh I'.ancf12 Assessed Ea"t WV II I Ford !"go" with a choice of Conventional Drive and, at

You'll be amazed :at how cheap I' \Yillinfrhamr.rtifuate Xo 59.! Tear ( Ian. 1--- extra cost, Overdrive or Fordomatic Drive-the finest

you can operate added :appliances : I'. e"May, ril'ti.i;31.. A.P of Propwtv.1 .48. \\" automatic drive of all! All this with 102 cubic foot capacity am'

FOl ABOUT 'TWtS I JXE':' "f SK',, Section 18, Too". -, -' easier load handling.
YOU CAN ADD : AMOUNT MONTH 16. S..uth Range, 12 East.! C, :-- 44-in. wide-opening rear door for faster, .
:N.I I ntin which A'seS'-nl! -i _
DISHWASHING! ) .20 to .50 1 C".I\\: n.. _) 1
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AUTOMATIC IRONING . .25 to .tS :< anM.v 31. A P. 1945

AUTOMATIC ClOTr-ESWASHING . 10 *> .20 I m-. nption' of Property 1.. .' 'FordumiUt Drive or (Ovr4rl anl&ble! it ntra M*I
.20 to .50 ,,14 .f Ink 2"1.? aiier'tJ t.nit cctflnkt
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SEWING MACHINE ." .02 to .CJ 1 I"rkp Sethn"" :2S? T.\\rd S
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ia Floridi use more '= : \' XE sac: ( ft
electricity thin people most Q, = :1s' ft S :,l' ft! E 210 ft X 50 ft t.) pt i to your needi! Fin great Ford Truck enpnc* f
njvthere else..it's modern Do of South t>tg n Section 32. Township 6 I (in you a rang of over 275 series power com cost stUlless to run !
I..i1'I efficient..it'i chtap --_ I Range 22 East. bination. from the popular F-l Pickup
i Xanitn: \\ hi.'h Assessed: Albertha.
...i it gi>e* extra leisure for I Johnsnn! I (above! to mighty 155-bp. BIG JOM! IDLY.

All >.f -aid property being in the I
Counf ,Bradford State of Flori
da. I

.. 1jnluch certificate or certl-
.iltb fica'hall l.e redeemed according
to law thr property df rribed in CO0
\S FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY such certificate or certificates will ANDREWS MOTOR

<'a) Dtpesls. ..kl. li.'n ,..'n.."au.,...,.., < C"mr- House door on the first Mon-
demk? u. u 1M 'S txd fian/., 7."' h.s.h da> .n :h- month of Jul1952..
I Iwhi,'h .- the ';th day cf JulY..D
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P.stfd ;v. 4th day Cf June, AD. Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA
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end. The traditional wed.

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r Miss Mary Gaskins cousin

Baptist Church"Marks Methodist ChurchThe ,: All Hail the Power of Jesus' 'the as groom.best man Ralph for the Saunders g'oom. E rGHOMCANNININSURANPOSItIYE I

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r of the World" will be Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell A fcoby ;girl/ is Born to 0 Yankto carpenter: TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLONG

the sermon subject this Sundayat will begin a series of 12 sermons
HoLJta down Li baat fawBAM Back aditlai malarial for kli 1r' at "AJM ("
Lewis D. Olim pet saw lit a ,
11 a.m. by Rev. on the "Basic Beliefs of Metho- llloe"He"'ltn.alO..nftMla til latlid BRANCHBy
hamwr. Tk U. 1h 1
Haines at the First Baptist dism", Sunday morning June 22, of a m-r pldud cal, "Tka Gotaal Wa,iii .." Irv the ..tIa., led oaI
Chtrch Starke. The Church at the First Methodist Church of I jtv. ..li cirpMtir-wirfciM kid MOM u CfcirUiwwa kit Am. OM
from atirbr $ U1.,. M mct...tu, to help rebuild the Ealaad'l bv. Ed rfd P.reonel lad prvackad Mrs J. L. Strickland SEA 11
Choir will bring special music for Starke. The of the first I
subject town tftM tha BriUJi had bsnad It dnriaf tta Yo-
.rit.,. kfma lot the Weds brvtkan vole tk.f .
the service with Mrs. Julia Jordonat sermon in this series will be "We I Intioa. Tnouk! ht MTr had a t- Ia mare, Hold.* ..eabli.Li.g ,I.. Mttkadlft Ckvrck. B.t tka fltrr l. The 'Ol.er e. e.ee. l ( t
the organ and Mrs. Mona Car Believe in God." Special music .I baaama famous for conpoiiat I waleaouBf wet for .f Job Vattaf! afld Parraaat cl.ik.d artr laws lecture at the :Mission tent I
Gtorjr.ikiaton wlln the tanaral riaitad Bottoa UIW. ..' II well attend.'d Sunday Only BALL Jars Come with DOME LidsTRANSFER
JH director of music. will be furnished by the Senior chIck fed TfaaliT biuud P..o. ,.. night .
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock thePastor's Choir with Mrs. E. K. Ferryman I i Matkedin tag botk..I"'ot,08.t kipl tt wi/cia/ nephew Sidney Strickland
0.. day afar tka eiatat aarpaatar laW I* ik Wp nadar pa* ....* and .adr a aaau II all. I family from
message will be "The as organist. j for work triads called to laan tba -... Tfc.f Holdaa dida't knew all tilt.. Ha JUM kaaw tka Kmgsley Lake.t're TJ
Official Guide". The Chapel Sunday evening Mr. Mitchell i I tomad kim at kit .r,... H. had JMt bacoaa aU father MM weed lit the tea* ka kid wrlttaa afur ki. l.I present brought us home and
Choir will sing directed by Miss will preach on the second subject .f a baby girl .d! t.. kad *<"( is hit hArt i wet diafktar WM bora aad the ,u.*. "Craw Hlat a while to eat watermelon ;'
Allese Lawson with the piano- of the sermon series "We Believein ka was MMdiflf! oat tad potttof a* papar.Cama el All" imiiattad the titl "C *oa.ri .." lot, ,. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Lang spent: R. B. At V AREZ & SON AND
the music. I 17), CUrl....... had baa rafollt. OUrtrHaldaa. John V.al.f ...Ida., okjttt; Me...a far a _..r I day Sunday with rt'latIat STORAGE CO.
organ duo furnishing Jesus Christ. Mrs. L. J. at twaatj-alikl was daaliag La rMI..e..., was a halt Ile *f tk. liTottta hymen of tka ){ I II )' Hill. I
Favorite hymns and gospel choruses Green is the organist for the Sunday I anther of tka UgUIatgra awoad ranala ICOn, bolo Ckarek, u wall at af auaf .4 tk.r .. ." I y We operate localdistance
will be sung by the congre : evening church services which Biptiit Chuck at tail ewe saraaM tad wu up to kU baaa Xdward ..,,_c', The Vacation Bible School at' r : dy long

gation. begin at 8 p.m. The Methodist i I !} is progressing nicely r R 8 AvAii2't'Solt; r anywhere la lr. g.EXCELLENT .
Sunday School meets at 9:45 Youth Choir provides special. ALL HAIL TH POVHltit )' even come to Elgin Padgett's "'S N

with Orie Wiggins, superintendent music each Sunday evening. All ktil ttittt t.- '/1''''' eauf awry khtJriJ, nary trill, and n ,{.. .QVt G 11
pick up a truck load of "
infill proitrill fall; O. tkit itTTtttrUl bttt. 't l.w teFaMrt
In charge. Training Unions Srimf forth tin royal iliad,., r. Him' tU mttiy) ncrit, every morning, as well! ,,-r;
gather at 6:45ith J. T. Law At The TabernacleThe A.l crews Him Lord tf tit.tt ArcJ "..-* Htm L.rJ ,/ .!!. I the ones j o STOB.IGE
son director of the unions. Mid 1 I
week service is held weekly at 8 Father's day at cb.ue..41 tf ,,,.,I', net, 0 tktl with ytmJir ntntl ,.,.., glad other people are inter- I r .\CJUTIr.sA
message / \fi tt Hit fist fMjoit
Y Ttnttmti fnm tlit fall way
p.m. on Wednesday with the message the Tabernacle was delivered by I Hail Him uto iani you by f.'i grad, W'lt' tit titrlntting teng.AtJ in us and are \\'llImgto t hell' ,

by the pastor.A the sponsor. The Capel: was attractively i I I Aid ertum Him Lori tf ill. crown Him lord tf .11. here in this neck of the uodL ( -

cordial invitation is extended I decorated with many I ents For See us first.'

to( all to join in these hours of potted plants: and cut flowers for i i DELCHERBUGS.

worship weekly.Hampton the occasion. Mr. J. R. Howe received : / t IVrrxman. : Illd,:
1 _
a book "The Physician of :,
BaptistLast Galilee," for being t.e) oldest farther --- -
I present.

v'eek seems to have, been The outstanding feature of this'I >% i ,.. performed'm
"record" week in the Hampton i j week was the special Gospel

t Baptist Church. The Lord marvelously i Singers Tuesday evening from &lstrlbut bl IUustrated F.aturg 3yn11eate, 9 mn him, All.. I

blessed us in many ways Bryan University, Dayton. Tenn i

enabling us to go over our goals I Their music consisted of piano, ,I Our InitiativeIs
in the various phases of our work. accordian, vocal solos, duets, trios

Last Wednesday night our "Hourof and quartettes."The i Being Sapped
I Prayer. Praise and Power" had Story of Bryan", In film, lL"Clf I
record number fora the service. I
96 present- I was shown during TOUGH LUCKWith I
j .
eve. Marian -\* "*-. "" *' *
Sunday By '
miJ-week service. ( The six young men were guestsof ? / \

ning. the attendance record in the Tabernacle and Magnolia / so many home repair items on : The prid< of every, American is in his
BTU was set again with 106 Hotel over-night. critical now is no time to run I
present in this training effort.) LlIro Ctrrqess AIOI1POM /- Mr and Mrs. F. .,..' tough luck. A broken window initiative. -how he can dare to do and !

Then, in a glorious climax the Christian Church .NEB. and family of Waldo \ not be eo bad, but a real fire or a accomplish in. ,the face of odds; how h 3 I

undav------. night-- ... service closed with,, aud Mrs. Ancel !; windstorm could be very serious can. buck the tide of ,adversity-how ha I
over 300 present. However we Don't let the hot weather keep hereIn the carpenters pound around in season. Homemaking Sunday guest of Mr. Replacements on many items *t con'Climb; tothe his
do want to apologize to those who j:you from church. You will always I I the birds !sing: and I work In my is fun. and not hard work. I Leroy Normanvere Mr practically unobtainable. So be and lop,by* own, .,Wnqth

could not -find sitting room and find a friendly welcome at the I garden.;..The world Is beautiful. .. love a garden tooIt' Marklee Norman of Careful now about fire. Eliminate .. resourcefulness.! .:_ .\,;;.:;.....J
had to listen from the porch.I First Christian Church every I ILord's .. "- i i Mr. and Mrs. Leroy \' possible hazard. AND be sure When we ask 'the '
I you- you would have a mind of government to do
I of Starke. insurance
Be fully the
Come again and we promise to Day at every service. covers firutnl
add chairs to the seating equip. present for our Bible School at Why it means so much: I peace, Mrs. Lorene Cutcliff of your home property. Check for us what( we ought tto'do/ior/! ourselves,

ment now in the auditorium.Our I 10 a.m. with classes for all ages I.!'I I almost whisper when I say it!l A heart that cannot harden. dren of Alabama are \' ; insurance, windstorm insurance we lose'strenqth as free'raen. When WtJ

Vacation Bible School is Morning .worship begins at 11 I An unseen finger seems to Go find a door that opens wide and Mrs. Middleton damage insurance, hail insure lose strength as free:mean become
Lord's is servedat touch my hands Ii IiI upon a lovely garden. See that :
off to a wonderful start We I a.m. The Supper Frida Green is etc. you are fully pro- wards
In I 'Whenu
11:15 I answer as I say it. ; we becoraa
have the greatest attendance 1 In a.m. morning message The sonville with her uncle by adequate insurance limits. x ?'; t7a
kiss of the for
May all it means to all mankind sun pardon, wards'and.vassals;
will be brought at 11:30 a.m. offers its services home dies
Mr. and Mrs. agency to progxea .
this rhase of our work that we II I! The of the birds for Staudley oX t'I" '. ,
attendance The evening services{ begin at In all its wonderousness posses : song mirth Linda Norman was We will gladly,and without i .. .. .. .:.t} .
have ever had. Our record One Is God's .$ $:oi.oM.v '
nearer heart in a # ...
.. .
.. _
7 p.m.. with Christian Endeavor you; on check \
your part .
over .
thus far this week ha I guest of Mr. and a -v ,
garden :
sand Evangelistic Services at 8 Through sun and cloud. present insurance and submit I The Time :\
been 75. The school will continue Than, Norman of Hampton Now for Us lo.Pre'.fye
anywhere else Our
i p.m. Be present for every service.Prayer And storm and wind I| regarding the kinds
through June 27. I God Gasklns-IIarley f Initiative by Doing; for Ounelvw! ** "
meeting each Wednesday bless you friend, God bless protection you should have; and .
love to visit The
wedding of
You will enjoy the services aour t my garden early I 'l
church. We invite every one at 8 p.m. Our study this week you.As 1 i! in the morning. I sing that song Harley and James amounts which will truly protect
investment Why
from any area of the county who will be II Cor., the 12th chapter I write this my heart is "In the Garden. Life can be event of beauty and your about it today> not see

has no regular church home tc filled with great love for all of full and good Just trust in our held in the I Use Your Bank Champion o// your Llbelt, i I

come and visit with us. Sunday Presbyterian ChurchSunday you who read this and a certain Saviour. i Church Sunday.

morning Bible,.. c.h.ool: meets ,at ,School at.9:43.- feeling of compassion for all Try this recipe: FP.OZEN'LEMOX Miss Harley is the only

10 o'clock. Morning worship at t Friendship Class 10 a.m. humanity. In this business one's I PIE. '1 of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. C. Wall AgencyConstant

11 a.m. BTU at 7 p.m., and then Morning service 'conducted at heart is touched so often that 3 eggs seperated : Heilbronu. James Ga

the evening service at 8 p.m. 11, by Rev. Joseph W. Conyers, ; one grows to have a tender feel 1cup sugar !: oldest son of Mr. and Service Over FLORIDA BANK at STARKEftemoer

when the pastor will speak on the I Executive Seo. ,Suwannee Pres- ing in one's heart for everyone.I I 5 tbls lemon juice ICaskins, also of ] I q

subject "Smaller Than A Bug'sEar" I bytery, Gainesville. can never feel I dislike an 'one,1 I 1 cup whipped cream I ji ceremony was i 60 Years-

This Is a message that you I Youth Fellowship Sunday evening People may do things we disap'i 21 vanilla wafers or graham church's pastor, Rev S. Please Phone 116 ., IrforiJa //aItonaf ( atop

certainly will not want to miss. at 7 p.m.Church prove of, but only pity remains. crackers. son. ktMetf
--Bob : j I Beat egg whites until stiff. The ceremony was I
Gray. Pastor in my heart. Life for us brings:; ,
Inca anti trrlet. anti nain anti sore ,! Beat in half cup sugar. Now -
of Christ ---- --- 0----' --- r-n- --- --- -
Church of God row. The fact that we all experience beat in 3 egg yolks, one at a time.
Comer 10th and McMahun II
Add lemon juice fold in whipped
the same things should cii F
Srfarke-Sth i St. Clalr Sts. Bible School-10 A. M, make us feel akin. It does that f cream. Put fine rolled 0

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Preaching A. M. and 7:30: to me. My heart swells with graham crackers in buttered dish.

Worship 11 a.m. Evening P.M. pride when I see some young person Pour in lemon mixture put more

Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service Prayer Meeting and Bible Study graduate. I am always proud crumbs on top and freeze. Good

Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer MeetIng each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. I of school teachers, proud of young on a hot day.

7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome mothers and brides, and mothers Bye now.Bless

Lautey I who send their sons to service of I Yoy All !

Sunday School 10 a.m. MOrning St. Edward's CatholicRev. our country. Yes, God bless all of I LOVE-LLT.AREVIVAL I I

Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Richard Lyons, pastor. J you. My constant prayer. I i 4

Thursday 7:30 p.m. Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. At this hour I am in the Mortuary PLANNED:
Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. !I' at the desk. We have theI I I AT W'OOllL.kR''j ''j

TIIIm: ss.'IIRISTI.X Confessions Saturday 7:30: to i Revival services will begin at
of of 45 She
I I body a woman ye'rs. : G
ClU'ltCH 8:30: P.M. !!: had: a lovely home and three chil- I Baptist( i

The Christian Church at Children's Catechism Classes.I|I decree The youngest ciuld is five. i, I
Wednesday, 4:00: P.M. i j i The pastor. Rev. A. G. FIlM
i i
holds services Thursday evening ii jI When we drove up to the house
i I I says: "Come as you are. This is
: to her, flock of white
at 8 get a
p.m. Hear the minister young
TEXT1CCOSTAL HOLINESS a church in the country, and IIS e 1 n.lIlnr ") .
bring the evangelistic message I chickens came across the grassy youdo a SI.eC ","I.II'IIfl.f.I.C o1 Isi ier'!
CHURCH not have "
to dress to
which are inspiring and uplifting. I slope to meet me. I guess they
Sunday School 10 a.m. p'J.. J. Johnson from Potosi i,
Enter thought it was her. I felt
to worship and depart to very ,
Morning Service 11 a.m. M ) will conduct the services.
serve. I j badl>-. Such a nice home, her
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. i iPrayer Regular Sunday services are ''
Prayer meeting is held each i garden and chickens husband and f .. I
Meetings Wednesdaj '
held at 11 a.m. and 7:30 with
Sunday evening at 8 p.m. night 7.45 children all so dear, left behind. p.ra. ty t
p.m. Saturday nigh Sunday School at 10 a.m. Song NM. t
Homer How of be and
Swindall, Minister. 7:45 can any us greedy r-.r
anJ Prate ,
STVI. Wednesday !
say angry things when death is ,
'' .
; ::3) p m. I
ever sa near? She died suddenlyof I
V.'ung propi,' I' .. espeiu; !' .
a heart attack.
'irx: "J 1 '.J attend .tl<': < "rx.,'"
The men are here working on
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke A. u Flynn Past.,"'-
I the elevator shaft. I like to hear -9" 1 1L +
them pound. To me it sounds of !'- --"r- v_, -
..ara r +_m j .
jr jr r -
J srjj J aT JaTaTaar j I ..._ progress and nice things.: My :
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor ': kw w-.i.
garden is growing. It has been
- Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town 'J a little cool for things to growat ,

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 their best, but I have ripe I t r r
II I strawberries and soon I shall get .
.Morning Services "Marks of the World" busy freezing them and making

Evening Services "The Official Guide." jam and preserves. Don has

-!.."'. set the world a..lClu'r tie nu&.. In the "w.rU1' 1 J..ius such a nice deep freeze, at the Easy Summer ,
store just the size I want. I am R,: .
> i Meals.I .Easy'
SUNDAY SERMONS: [ 11 :00 A J[., 8:00 PJtf" I going to coax him to bring it to f': k .. ,, eer ,, + n.I .1I
me. I will have extra peas and on the Budget.! -
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions 6:45 P.M. I > ;i '
MID-WEEK ]1 beans and corn and so many .
SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:45 P.M. 1 things to put away for-winter. ..j Yes mans these ',;J.

i[ from Clay Hill, Daisy Lang hasa '<: ; ONLY POMTIAC rJVe have in our showrooms the greatest from every gallon of gasoline you buy.You'll .
Lykes canned meat ;' Pontiac salesman in America-the greatnew find that Pontiac
good garden, fresh butter beans GIVES YOU THIS DUAL-RANGE give you everything
the : .-J Pontiac Itself, waiting forou to take
and fried chicken. Lela May Car- products are answer : you want most in a car-distinctly*
I t
I COMBINATION the wheel and drive it yourself! Fisher
beauty Body by big-
ter, has: a nice refrigerator and to taste appealing, ; ; easy-going
- : We want you to put this car through its car ride; wonderful dependability.I .
Hear Pastor Bob Gray says she enjoys the hardtop road r[ easy-to-get meals! Htw, Mora vwaf/uf Hgh-Cotnpr iuon tngin; pares-stepping along nimbly in Traffic And remember, Pontiac it a great value-
V SUNDAY S P.M. and electricty. am so glad for Corned beef hash I! N.w Dvof-flong Hydro-Mafic Driyo''l 'I Range or gliding over the miles in Cruising one of the lowest priced cars you can buy.
my folks they have so many nice i';'">': beef stew..Brunswickstew ,I I f Gins You ffia Right PC war at ft* tight T/mW/ Range. You'll find this Dual-Range perCome on in and get the facts and figures
I things and are happy. I am glad former RI vet you wonderful new fun in
i iP H.. Hi'jfc Ptrlormorict Axlu 'Optional at erne toil. Equipment acttimrltt
SMALLER THAN ABUG'S I the Baptists have a nice tent to chili i Fewer. Eegin. ItYolistiont Economy par I mile and wonderful new mileage and trim art tubttti to change inthout noiuu.

hold services over near the site Vienna sausages .
;''of the old Clay Hill schoolhouse. !
potted in
EAR"ill meat tops
E i 'God Bless them.HELPFUL M
: HINTS Do goodness and economy!
n be the topic of the evening I have youI ,r.
message trouble keeping the front 1 LYKES BROS., Inc.
porch dusted? I find if it 13 givena
coat of paint, then *i tit in flt by EoriJa.s
First wax it as a
Baptist Church, HamptonBible you do linoleum and then use a i McGRIFF MOTORS

School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 7 P.M. dust mop to push the dust to the

,.. ". edge. For summer I change h .
I" I I' '
things. I took the oilcloth from

"Join The Crowds Attending Our Services" my table in the kitchen and use I 400 Temple Ave. Phone 203 Starke Fla.
i I little lunch cloths, colorful and ,

:cooL I change my furniture ,

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FRIDAY". JUNE '>(). 19.V

C. S. Cornell Graduates day and will last for eight weeks.!I time will be devoted to arts and II x.nrunswit'k.You are hereby. Canada ': NOTICE TO APPEtR i Floriiln: In thanrrrr. =-
notifiedhit ,
The will conduct I well as music and a In Circa Court, Bradford County PiaiU I \1' mplaint "n the Plaintiff. .1
library programs crafts as suit for I Knaff Plaintiffs. 0% )"lI.
Florida In -\-UP"\' .,.
Chanrerr. Inn- \rl. K .
Corbin Scott Carnell, grandsonof for grades one through I I games. Refreshments will be minor Divorce child custody and l'Jlllr.f! Claire Elizabeth s-tumf.-li Plun'ift f. Unify Knff'ace tvfrnddiiiC' :\.. ''-11 -U4: \\'.-- t''itversitv. Axenueaintll Harp. '. This i.utue shall ,l.pme .
(; ".1' ht'.k ,
three and four through .;ix. served each morning. I Hi.1 I Ill./" A 'umf"il, p..f..ndanl'a Noliic To "\pp a... Flonda for f..ui i '11'"
A. weeks
Scott of has l filed in the Bradford .
Starke re >een you in theabove ,.J17I and file tho ..nB.nal. the Coat 'v 1
T. in tft.
Irene i e .f .
The grades one through three I The library will be open each named Court and cau>e and I 'I Duffx Knafr. whose the Clerk ,.f th.Ci graph.Itated
ceived his diploma from Wheaton are required to Notice To Appear.To residence iIunkn"'n and whose reti it Court on
you serve a copy of :, or before the21st this Pth d.ix ,.f Inn '
will meet on Monday and afternoon. Monday through Friday to' : -\\ilham A 5Iumfwhll[ -e last known residentuas Water-
answer or :
College Wheaton group your pleading the I tOFKltlll. .
in commencement % J. Ta ma>
residence is :353 Nuth Center town. dj
: Masachusetts ]
Julv. 1952! ;;
Tuesday from 9 a.nV.: until 12 from 1:00 to 3:30: for stu.lents complaint on tne PlaintifUsAttorney. I .Ih..rwi" : nt'r'ul the Ircull t'oiiri
Street. (Orange Jersej. i You 11. alligatinn"
exercises are .
there last T. Frank Landrum. hereby notified that a 1f ""I d H, Mjrlle T les'.rr. IrrU
Monday. During: his senior noon. Those who will be in grades from grades one to 12 who wishto Starke, Florida i You are hereby notified that a : suit for "mpUlnt uill i le taken as '',"f t.- 1I<-6 I'uIJ!', tt'r1 ". ..
year and file the original suit for Divorce has beenfiled ,,, Divorce
four through Six will meet on I read or check out books. in the officeof I I
Corbin was editor of the schoolVyearbook the Clerk of the Circuit Courton against you in the above named I has been filed agjin M. in th--

"The Tqwer". He Wednesday and Thursday from 9 I Count. or before the I Court and cause and you are required above named < 'U"I mid ..aus.. .. cI! I II
plansto until 12 Both Ila Circuit Coal't Bradford 21st day of July, 1952; to serve a copy of your answer I you ar.' ivtiun d I'r'... i ,,|.\ .' I
noon. groups .
take a graduate in a.m. Florida In Chancery.Conrad otherwise the the ,
allegations pleading to
course English Mildred of said i or complainton your ansvtiM >r pleading t.' MI I
at Columbia this will attend each FHday.: Wright. Plaintiff. vs. Complaint will be taken a" ionfe the Plaintiff Attorney. Ray :j
University Wright. Defendant.Case "ed by >'ou. St>ld..n, Selden Ruilding. Daytona
Much of the program will be devoted So. 921 This notice zhali! De published! Beach Florida and tile the origin 1I-

to with a record Order .f Publication and Notice to once each week for four consecutive al in the office of the Clerk of the '
BHS Begins Summer Appear weeks in the Bradford County Tele Cirt'uitIrt on or before the :IlM!
being kept on each book the I State: of Florida to- Mildred l'n. graph. day of Jlly 1952.; otherwise the allegations -
resident is:
Library ProgramBradford child reads. There will also,.be Wright known., whose Dated this 15th dar of June, 1JJ2OFFICIAL ;; I of said Complaint shall betaken ATTENTION
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. as confessed by you.
and ora! You are required to appear on
some dramatizations Clerk of the Circuit Court
above namedCourt This notice shall be publishedonce '
High School's summer readings. Some stories will be 'July 21 and, 1952 cau'-e., in the wherein plaintiff By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk each week for four consecutive If You Have
I '
i 6 :20! 4t 7 11 weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph "-
library program began this Mon. illustrated with pictures shownon ,seeks divorce I .
Bradford County Telegraph shall \'OTICt1 PINE OR
the opaque projector.Mrs. f publish this Order in next four In Circuit Court, Bradford Count7 | Dated this Hth day of June I\J! >2I '

'.rect weekly issue Florida In Chancery. 'I (OFFICIAL SEAL A J. Thoma ;
will d
W. C.T.U. Lucille Payne official peal Circuit TIMBER 10 SELL
j Witness my hand and Alfreda Hunter. Plaintiff v- Jul- i I Clerk of the Court :
the program. Her assistants will at Starke, Florida. this Ju-ie 1I!. ian Hunter. i! By MvrU T Deaver. Deputy Clerk : ,4 '
be Pamela Lawson, Joyce' Mor:, 1952I D..fl'ndanlCa".. N''". UliNotice 6 20 4t i'lI Large or Small Tracts 1
A. J. Thomas
I -
and Ginger Jones. As Clerk of paid Court. I
gan To Julian Hunter whose r'- -i-
BUT MAN'S WAY TO THE will also b high Rv Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk. dence and address .1 i Is: Route 2, ; OTln: TO 4PPK1H We Buy All .
DK;>TL. -DR. ADAM CLARK The program I Charles R. hess, 201-05 C.uaranty; Pox 43. Whitmire South' Carolina. : In (Ircmlt Court. Bradford County. S
filmstrips, slides a'id] Life BIo'!:.. JacksonvIlle Florida. I
IN "FLORIDA GOOD NEWS". lighted Att>s, for Pit. 6 20 4t 7/11 You are hereby notified that a II I ,
moving pictures. Part of the suit for PAY TOP PRICESWrite -

In Circuit ('oortJj'adford: ("ouat1,1 Dm>rce, custody and control of
minor child i
"Florida In Cbanrerr. I 9
has hen filed again-t you in the
Thomas Earl { Plaintiff vsI .
Announcing New Family Hospital PolicyAll .. ls Ware Cheek Defendant. -- above named Court and cause and I Jack Or All Tradeshrther I
Case Xo. 9226 you are required to serve a copy IIf I or Call
answer or pleading to the
I your ,
Order of PuhU'atloaad :Notice To
.. wrapped up In one package for you, jour wife and children : Appeal complaint on the I'lalntifrt.Attorney. \\ for
and board Miscellaneous : State' of Florida to: 1.oi.. WareCheek T. Fra-ik! Landrum. DEAD jour garden. >mir he.lg. or jour hAme, wr have
it provides for: Hospital room ; : Starke. Florida B.T.THOMASLUMBER
whose resident I is. :T127 tool
and file the original in Uiotfiee. to make everj' chore easier
hospital expenses; surgical coverage for low additional Toledano Street, New Orleans, II tooU s",, easy to handle thaioii'H
of the Clerk of the 'lr"lIlt Court LIVESTOCK
premium; hospital coverage In case of childbirth or I Louisiana.You on or before the CO. ) actually' do jour trimniin' and Hun' vvlth real pleOMir
are required to appear on %I..t. day of July, 1933.otherwise ; fOR FREE REMOVAL OF DEAD I
miscarriage Additional, Polio coverage optional. July 21. I ;i2. in the above named the alli'g.itiiin ..f -.odrompliint : LIVESTOCK CALL Come in twla>' and get those efficient v\ork-savins!: tool )ou'I J
: Court and cause, herein plaintiff PHONE 211JP. ,I
will b taken .t- c.nfessrd -
[I seeks dixorceKradford Thane Gainesville 3330 Collect been thinking of. ,
by I
I County Telegraph shall I, This notice shall be published 0. Box 735 II I
& Insurance I publish this Older in next fourweekly
Agency ,
Conner Gay : one each week for four consecutive STARKE, FLA.
issues. I
j i I weeks in the Brad Cord County Tele- FLORIDA RENDERERS, Inc. -
Witness nix' hand and official seal I I graph. ,
116 N. Court St. Starke Phone 285We at Starke, Florida this June I' I H.it.1 this ISth day of June, 1952:!. ,, '- ------- .- --1.
1952; CTADK/P LiArtmirnnr
| (OFF1CIM SEAL A. J 'rn<.iia. I AA
(OFFH'1\L PE\L> .*. J. Thomas Clerk of the Circuit Court \J Hnnt URnUn Hilt OU.STARKE.
A* Clerk ifaiil Court.fly Hy: Myrtle T. Dearer Deputy Clerk ,
Myrtle T Deaxer, Deputy Clerk K, :20 4t 7,11
lartin.J Pearl :p!'I ConsolidatedHuildinir 1 I
ksonxille 2. FloridaAttya OTICn TO ,\PPIUIn STARKE GENERATORAND (ALL ST. F1..\.
Are Proud To AnnounceThe for Plf h jii 4t 7 11
rirrnit i I ('us.. .rt. liriol ford CountyFlorii1.il I !
In ( hnncerrll.im.in
i STln 2 TO -\I'rN\n Suifir. Plaintiff.s. Doro-

Installation of la Clrenlt Court. Bradford ('..untT. 1hSmf. -i'. Defendant I I'' STARTER WORKSAT ___ -- -, I

Florida In Chnncrry.. i Case No 9220Notice : Full Size CIUSON
Stella I. iuist I Denlex Plaimtt xs : To ,\ppenr.
Floyd L I Oinlex Deffiidani' To |)nroth\ :Snifer whose resi-
AIR CONDITIONING j 'a". \, '' -is 'tl.n.. a ml l address |i-: Long Isla nil, Elec.

i Notice To Appear. I llmi I .i'. .\rnityvi1lt. Long Island : Range
To Flovd n [)t'III. i whos, I'i N't w. Yni K

1 idence and address is St Andrew- I Y"II i .u.' h-rclv! nonfird that a 210 So. Walnut Street I
In Our Store : int fur : WAS 21 1.95;
i I'.n'- and ratifn-atnn of i' ,
I I separation agreement FORMERLY ANDERSON'S GARAGE
his been filed aeainst \ou In the
SHOP IN COMFORT ATBOBBINS' I PHONE 218 alve named Court and cause and ,. Now 209.95
you are required to serve a copy of i
your answer or pleading to the Will Soon Open Electric :Motor Repair Dept. ,

COLONIALFLORIST (omplamt I on the Plaintiff's I ,
Attorne}, T. Frank Landrum.StarKe. GENERATORS & STARTERS REPAIRED REBUILTOR Phone SO() Starke. Fla. } '

I and file the original in the office Washing
of the Clerk of the 'Ir'uil Court
<.n or before the21st PHONE :223! STARKE FL.Ed .\. s PC' MAPLE

day of Jul>. 1932.otherwise ; : .
the allegation >.f said Hunt H. D. Koger Dinette Suite Machines 149.95

The Store of Values FLOWERSFOR Complaint by you will be taken a' confessed

This notice s-lnll hc published -tIp-
ALL OCCASIONS once" each week for four consecutive I WAS 209.93!) ;
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

(graph FOR SALE Platform
luted thi l"th day of .lunn. l92.;;: Now 1 179.25

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEI (i) I Ky Myrtle Clerk T Dearer of the Circuit Deputy 6 ':20! It Court ri.-V 7'It 180 ACRES GOOD FARMING i 6 Chairs 1 Dropleaf !I ROCKERS

I Table 1 Corner Cabinet }
The Court ( ounly ..ludcrIlrailtord .
II" ('<>iint" I'lorliln. / LAND :

l KKA/.Ki Deceased.ir ,
1 be "lnlr Of Florida To Jamm I.. Located on Paved Road 1 1-2 :Miles\ South of Ness River Dinette
Frae and all other concerned. Suite
.POTTED PLANTS pernonx and about 4 12liJes:\ North of Brooker

y"u arc hereby notified that a

andTelevision FLOWERS MREDANYWHERE i.petition.iiirt |.ra'in has been for an filed urder in direitlliK said. 1 1I
tIle Vdministrator de Ix.nnin<>nit Three Houses about 50 Pecan Trees, Fruit Trees I Only 315.95 i

Sales : 1 the above entitled estate tiwithhold Partially Fenced Permanent Stream. Timber Reserved -

and Service Nona St Stark .> .- of the CrulII ntioxe the est-jte distributablehar pa>'ableto for 12 :Months Furnish Full Warranty Deed 1 Chairs I Table I : 24.50 up

I yt Ki ,.a'i amount owed "petit lonersfur and Transfer Oil and :Mineral Rights. Credenza 1 China
lt. taiiifd as JKUI attorneysIn J
=4fl ssspflrflrsssssfleflflfl=ssssrsn I
th. ibiA." entitled estate, with Cabinet I
inl.'r..1 I. and to pa>' the said amount
22-1 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 t. th.. .p.nti.ni.-i--,.-.. CLAYTox: AIJM i.lNi.N PRICE $42 Per Acre -- CASH or TERMS
: >\\ I l : and, JOilX TI'a :\, 2 PC-
\ mitt aie h.rtImy required to filrMHII
STARKE FLORIDA Let Us Thoroughly writtiMi defenses thereto within .

friiu da\s after th first publi- up -
rspsnsnfleflflflSSSSSSSSflSSSSSSSSSSflSa Wash Your Clothes mt t ion or posting tlierrof. :::houl.1I

I \ fail therein decree will I... <"itcred Contact EDWIN W. PECK

9 Pounds tionMTXn.SS in due cmirse upon s.t nl pet 4 PC. BEDROOM SUITS 99.95

: in> hand anti 111.- seal!
For 40c! of said tmirl ill Ih-adford <*., I). 0. Box 315 Gainesville Fla.: up .

iID'IlIiF TIo \ Florida this nth day of Mav.: AD.
iRINI 1t'1 II )
6ft&lWB : : FREE Bleach If Desired! l- 32. Phone 3153: or 5119
K K. t'-rryntan. < iiinty Jude
remple Ave Stuk First Published! or posted on.
- I June :2 II, 1'I:.2. Or C. F. HATEMAN PHONE 3416

I'm ('ominbad;;. honey Your FOR REXT- -Thrf'I' bedruom furliit 6 2') 4t 7 11 i iI ?
mother tylJ me me that jou're >hed hou-ton Kin "It"y I.ike I -
finally! ung\ PI.STI-KOTK: | 'all Mrs. lieu FIj'nn. Phone 127 :XIIUKXotice I,
Trai ..parent Flnl .h on our linoleum :2Uhtr! 627 i,* hereby Rixcn that the I
and floorH Thank goodness We Will <"ount> Assessor of Taxes fur UraJfurd -

for PL\STI.KOTK: and D.XnL'I'I': : .-IJadiu ant Appliame Dry Your Clothes County Florida will meet with I
Farm. Horn & Auto Suj>pl: .- Service Open j SlO: tillS the P."nrd of Count ('ommnissioncra II I I .
jon It P." 2tp fi; 27 of said County, in the office of the :
For 20cIn ,Clerk of Circuit Court at Starke,
WASTt-iraduate nurse or licensed Florid at 10:00 oil.nk AM July
practical nurse part time FOR SAI.IKing..I. Lake hack New Automatic Drier I 7th. A.D., 1952; for the purpose of
lot. weM Mde. too ;
X 101. Streetcntra'le
duty. Apply 301 W Call St tfHOl'SE hearing complaints and reeeivinmtstlnicmny I IWTr'FOARD
to lake front $lO
I a" to thealue
Write R.ix S23.: Iarkt'. Fli2tihg I
Fl'RNISIIFTh for rent. 4 I prnpert real personal or intangilim -
6 27
room I..r. refrigerator. gas I personal. as fixed I b>' the said
lit 0\0'. Mrs O. K hayes 301: S. FOR S\LH-<\Sxl6 Ciiuiit* Assessor of Taxes on his.s.'l1iemlt '
concrete block"
'VAt#.. Itp ,Vs Lulls for the 1"" 52,
and lSc t'ach.1"0 Heel WilldoHradC..rd cement mortar Engineering mix' The Washeteria i'.id. fur the puix| .".. ,,f perfecting.year National Organization
FOR .\1.-: *0 acre farm half Co 4t 5/IK i > >.l\ liti' : .i nil eiiializinK| such as- I L PWIRSE STITcI
c'eared. other half pasture and s. ssin.'ni. Te( Count Assessor of Requiring onl' SPARE TIME .
timber with 10 COWH. i! hoR and yTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTMATTRESSES I lax.s: a 11.1) die Koard of County
f"-ed 150 Hampshire lied chicken I i .mmissinrs| max continue in and small investment ,
?5 hearing: pecan tree>. :2! houses I : -- "in i."iii, dato da> for ont'l .. t CHIC ma n&jutu
NO I (HIP.TITln\ hol.l pending: patent -
barn and other liuildnKx Located i\.k LI i :tlung; as nl''e.loary.All .
OF ALL KINDS right Initial ln,r%.f l..nt ..f ::11-: ; .") t fOUND our in IUCHINlt
1 ml, N. of 1-awtfv on H.l 200 |pm r-ns owning property sub-
,. :-.IHMI (full xrrnrnO. Thrrraftrr.wr .
301V. U StrirkUnd. lip R E N0 V J( t i I" issessment in Bradford ) .. UU.IK/ fOIT un
ATE Dtii < '.,HIIH'. Florida are notified to wr \\ u..I..t > \u with financing; up t
DARK ap-
FOII SXI.E-I'opper Stem Yam I.. ir .mt.11I..h meeting or meetings. jr.MM fur p&n..iull in a rapidly grimiaetiiIJ ANDERI J -

,'Int'''. Hi per lOOil II II 1.\\1. THEATRl I to uiaki I sui'h oinplainta or gis -
FL': h ,. T., qnalifr >no must be o,rr Xi ,ears cit sna ,
I sn
lit !. Hox IS 21 I to :!! ( STARKE tfvtimon a to the value of
) FLA.J anx "r"I.rt real or personal as a ef. _prrmnnrnllt lixalfd _in _jour rnmmunily -- ___
.. 1,1, In the an.1 I,.. attic t.. '.(nn FOR \I.--: Torn and tomatoe for t'ouiity A.eI can nine. at PIICC iheap! I.. D. Ti\f-. I.II..M his Assessment Ilullai : and rrntit In'.h.ali..o. -
Fri.. Sat.-June 20 21 1..ln... f.. .
Jordan. VSt. I. r.oSOt: Tn right FURNITURE i- th--x ,in.n Itsire. e romplnrlt tablUh the r
of highway IS. 5 miles from DOUBLE ';l 1\. 11 I Ux: order of the P.oard of you and d.. the adtrrtUmg. \ 0. bate a, ..Pansr.t I Ia.
Starke lip Reupholstered and j FEATURE < 'ounu i '.inmissio" 'ers uf lradfr.1I rent no 0'rrhrad. and no empl..ees. ucamaa:
'..UIII) Florida June Jnl. AD.. l.rr.u>a .rlrrtrd Mill d.. 1\.. ..eIIing-need's t i iI
"?CiT SM.K-fourteen Ued r.ilts to Refinished 195- no np..rieno ''-Jn..t the bonrnty t.. gus' u. CRUD IIITII

brine nie!. ; WelKhine ar"n.IO I WAKE ISLAND : /I 'IFi' '1.\I. ::E.\1.1 \ J Thomas. a fair count la dUldine our proflln. vim _ _
1t(... Will sell one. or all. J rTThlte IUSTIXGSI.TI'RESS: CO. I lerk If yon run qualify. nrltr dftaiN. iarindiae --
phone Ni>''_ tu Ho" ..::'t. ..t.r..... I'l.
Tt! 2 ROT 71 !tn 1/1 Box 230 Palatka, Ha. With Brian Donle-vy It S.20 MPt 'Lus- j

I u.na; caa r
\K(' reir Cocker puppies for sile.Thone ILAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA4FOR
!":!I-J. Mr.. Ruth ('arli'I... AND -

Itr.KOIl HRXT-r-S-room. ::comfortable furnishedapartment. beds Rio Grande Patrolith Be Foot Happy '

vlectno Call I> '
range. bridge. E.
., .
":-No. I canning toma-
Starke. take left graded road U4! \\ Tim I 4q
toes. !c lt or SI per himp"r miles to house Holt .
Robert Rnnee. 1 ml. bejomt State with sign at gate.' S _
Mrs. Carl I PuuCaIIPic
Wj nn. UrookMde Apt Also Serial 1 Carton *
Farmer Market, turn east at
Joe' Tte!'taurant. first drUewsv I tf i I 4PmkmsREAR

north or "nhnsrd railroad Itn LET j. n.
IIVNIH.K enow.YOUR JR. I Sun.. :Mon.\ -June 22 23

Foul nEXT-Modern furnished .....- CVTTI.F. AND: HOGS FOR A STRONG START ;
MKe on laVe Verv reasonableW I -SLFS....
S. Siblev. Silver Ij ke. Sfn'V* 1 l.lie Oak KearhPalatta WedeJar Lady from Texas $19-95
- 4tn 7'1IFOII each T".MMI.yI
-In TechnloolorHouard ULE We Oat..... '*
SAI.K-10 ft. Home. ( PUOTECT TOUn SECURITIES i I I7eed
% '-k... ...
oractloallv new. AK<> .. o'rt'f'lt'r'l I Fireproof Protecto Security Box. I Duff, Mona Freeman r PULLETS ..$...,M.PviN Arranged
Pexter Washing! : beautiful large heavy duty fltt't"1box. )1t r:;IILIII.fw.-.......
cnndition. Term If desired SeeTirl UO. S Also Cartoon &. Latest N \n If .
John Itchfir i plus tax. Bradford I you are not ... ..... S.. as.6..S.w .
County Telegraph. tf enjoying foothappineti
ffi _.* .. ),.., ..w.TH .
FOR 1XTI"d..rn: tot low,
Machine Com- Tues.June 24 ONLYRENEGADES
partly fiirnMied. !pace for KardrTi _
and rhhVen Rea"onti'I' pany Lake City Fla. Phone SSO. cause of corm,

rent Adult onlv Apphdrs.. will repair your machine In tip callouses bun- _
Fre.-Orr, highway S0 11. north 3nllcs. top condillun reasonable Aue \-e : ioni. tired tender PURINA
only genuine Singer burning feet
Inquire at Joe's (;rIIl.HI parts! .
ItchBOPPOHTI Our service earn will pick up and I Athlete's Fool or Rheumatic-like

i New delivery Singer ser\ice machines upon are request.available -In Technicolor- foot or leg pains, due to weak or CHICK STARTENA

I on reasonable terms fallen arches, come ia this ,
MTV Kejex, \\llar.t Parker

111.114"1 romnanv'10%TIlt.lIT offers TltINational reliable:.., :I FOR THE Rl'DOET-MlNDED Bride I Also .Cartoon A. Newt CHICK GROWENA COUPON ?OQT

. party secure future seniclnc -100 Engraved Wedding Invitations D-'Scholl's a - S -
route of merchandise di'p..n..in! 'I on fine rag-content paper '.prontl with Formula! '1023 ____ ,

machines.id-al spar No time selling set-up required to -tart I only Telegraph.S1C93. Bradford County tf Wed.DOUBLE, Thur.-June 25, 26 FOOT COMFORT WEEK ____ ; ACME VACUUM STORES I

?*v>.o*> wr month possible part I SERVEL OAS P.EFR1GERATORSRegularly I FEATURE

time full time more. Applicant priced at $23.SI.: : Priced II I Let us show you how millions hay. : SISIRUNK'SFEED& 408 \V. Fors>'th St: Jacksonville, Fla.
must l I.e denendalile and harerefereneea. to sell The BIG been made foot I
at 2l7S.5. You can't CarnivalKirk happy through the I I
Car -und $6nnAA re. I would Demonstration
heat this one Slade fas! Co of Dr. Scholl'i like a free home at no obligation -
: quired which Is secured hy Inxentory Douglas Jan Foot Comfort !
This Is a bona tide bus. RADIOS : Appliances, Remedies .a4 tome

: mess strict in\estimation reposition and Please will d stand* not Make All M4eU ANDNorthwest Supports.DUCKY'S. I II I BRAND NEW SEWING MACHINE (ft $19.93

1 answer unless, you are ready toro Re M aa..le rkatjce* g.araati4
Into a safe IInt'n" business. CH.*''. C. SHEPHERD Territory Name : I
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'> For interview with factory representative '- 70S W. Call St. Starke Pk. ::ti I
: In TOUT town. Include Kirby Grant, Gail Da\is: Address: ------------
:, "iof" and ddres in application. APVP.TMEXT: FOR HEXT-Partial. Also News ; CR

u.Way PUtrlbuttnr C... JJOJ ly furnished. Fraiee house behind1st EAST CALL ST. I City ------------------------- State.._________ I
Olive Street St. Louts S. MiM-ourl Baptist Church $:;i rao. A. I Phone 39 Stark Flo.
lip J Thomas, Jr.. Administrator It I If R.F.D.Addrris Plra*> Send Specific Directions BCTO
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