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 27, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03174
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r; & ;a BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i ingh tnc j

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!' County's Births Overshadow Deaths, Goes No County To State Land Local Father Killed By Son

.; j S j Midwives Deliver 40% Of ChildrenThis

I For Back TaxesFor In Over

1 --J 4 I II I Fight Toting' Ice

I I Three hundred new Bradford of disease in 1951 with 15 death-! the ninth straight year nc

Count residents were brought into Cerebral hemorrhage dropped tc delinquent tax piopeiU was left

: i\ the world last year ircordmg third in unmber of deaths with unpaid or unpurtha in Bidd'! U

PwLjPatarold to the 1951 annual report of t"eI 12. Last year there were 17 ford Count*'. Tax Collector J. R i Calvin ExpectedTo

I Bradford County Health Depart deaths from cerebral hemorrhageand Kelly said that only &0 certificate-

1-Mlnute Photos by the Telegraph ment. 12 from pneumonia.. were offered at this years delinquent -
.' These new citizens were born i iI j'at i The other ten leading causes of tax sale which made it Be ReleasedOn

Ilobert; CraIg superintendent for the Win. II. Smith Constructionand the rate of 26.3 for eveiy 1000.!death and their 1951 and 1950 the second smallest sale in thecounix's .

J. B. Rowland, project engineer for the Camp Blanding work, go,,I I persons residing in the county. j totals respectively were: cancer, ': history The total tax ..

over the plan for rebuilding the railroad spur to the ('ami). Work '' This; year's birth rate sowed a 9-6; accidents, 7-9; premature, bill paid by the bidders way Property Bond
\ from last year"" 5-0: nephritis 2-0 homicide 2-5
slight : ; ; $1271.14. -
actual of the
qu the spur got under way this week, and the lading
which showed 23.7 tuberculosis 2-1. -
percentage : and intestinal )
tl.... and track should begin sometime next week. 1 ob-truUion. t The only smaller year uain ...-
residents. 1-0.
births for every 1000 1947 when T'oid\, -'nuk l ,-i 1..1\\ .
only 70 certificates ,..... t t.\ :
year's county death rate Fifty-five per cent of all wn'tei I were offered to the bidders ....
Rail Contractors Set Office also increased over last year'sfigure. deaths and 24 per cent of all! ,W. quarrel 1 n.ied! ,,
Spur Up This year's sale was a tai cry '""" I m the death I.
i The percentage for 1931; colored deaths occured in individuals j from simihar sales about 20(I \eais I w .1.1 t M"chell:! Blount, 47 at1 1 .

was 10.1 per 1000 as comparedto 65 years of age or elder In --e _- -r ht< .Sniff t .>f hi-
ago. those earl depiction son, Cahill F.: \
9.0 per 1000 in 1950. Diseases of the heart and blood __T _. Blount! r,. '
Take Applications From Local Workers J day more property w.d' "n 1 the ie on a carg'i: '
This year's report stowed 2 vessels, cerebral hemorrhage and ', deliquem tax list thui to.:' :ht. slight decrease in the numberof ccncer: which are essentially di3- ,*t- '..
paid up list. > : :s ins he I 1:1: :
mall force of local He will births delivered by mdwive eases of old age, caused 60 percent ,
Construction cf the roadbed for j t; men. This >ear's bidd:nj;; .. ,> '. Mlh H.lll) ,
the Camp Blanding rail spur is I 1 hire about 75 men for the complete although the percentage of negrc of total deaths. ; seated a drastic ihanp; :M I ,I. ..! hh III( h'l
births midwives rose to almost The increase in the percentage F' : ,
progressing smoothly, said Robert I j operation.lie bj decades ago. Twentv \ > .I> i-jc; 'lt\ hon tM
100 cent. i ->t these causes of death is due : :F ..;' ,
Craig, superintendent for the \Vm. finds the 99-degree iieat per no one was interested\ i-\ hu I II j 9' to n i I
four colored '() bit th" tc: the lengthening of the human "- 1'<1 uj, i
neg the
H. Smit Construction Co., and he J 1 here a little different from the Only property, but now bidd-i-i'I''" u! t'I"

expects to begin laying ties next i J 99-degree heat that is also being were delivered in a hosp.tal.: The ::fe span. on the scene who are \\ 111111| ;': t ,.! I I'I' "I!het !
births wee delivered The health o--partment ur.mu- I "iI.nly
in Kansas He other 80 negro
Monday. I i registered City. invest money for two \ eaiuit1- 35 .
to bring tl.e' i.ized over 2,000 for disease !I'-louir: A-'is f
midwives prot -I.tI I"I
said he had received 5G :i says there is a noticeable difference by
Craig out interest
I'I in hOpt s ut ii fju.1:: 'F!
the 1 in altitude however but percentage for this treOod to 'J5.3. viiun, mspcctM and examined <1 i :irgunient WI'h" "
applications for jobs during I some. \io\I. are tin principal- the ira::n >iav n. Thai i..uk olai t- ni' ,-.
that his office was I I that he's been quite comfortable Last year's figure for colored iaul-I'kPfc' "xlmatel00 school chil- ,, t ihe Starke i It t Ii
first two days Three certificates wen- sold ::1 r; irki' I Ux, u '.'i, TIll i.u'iei Idwun M iil 01'> !II i, I uu i t ilal .
in Starke. aud he expects i in the Florida atmosphere.On wife births was 91.1 per cent. it-en, made o'eu,50o; fiUiSi'.e' hi.son toe ::1 :L .
open white children were I 'ts, and collect'.' an 1 for- no interest whatever. TIlls mean.- Until u.itlMil aft I .1 'I"arr.1| II" hi- -, II ( i\; "' III i.., 1'I In 1114hclil -I to the ea : "', -
little trouble in filling his help the other Blanding it'aabilitation 16.2percentage !' that at any time within the next mi a i liarg' ot r,rst >l\1'0 ni"- muni it do .
needs with local men. i i fronts the Army Engineers delivered by midwives for v/-i''td} for E.(ar.l J1al1ou oppt.xiirieh .-' ; ) !so .' i, ,Ir w _
two the land
ear- owners tauredeem
white births. Tbit-: : 2,00': laboratory > closer -,, t- I" ,
for sjJec.'l.I j i I.
The Smith Construction Co. ofJ:announced the signing of the contract I
fice is opposite the court house on I with the W D. Owens Construction is a drop from last year's 17.:! I ki.-. I back land bmerely If his land payinghis School Th' t it'i!'\," ti, :: ,'''!,;,|II! ,' ,
taxes it
Swimming Program Begins the
Health boy, i '.,
Court Street. It is a blue-fronted :j Co. of Clearwater for percentage. The County au 'j't t tI I
off at certain interest
office three doors Sout'a of Jef. I the restoration of the camp's Department gave pre-natal super- .: a b\ thrusting '.us po..Ket: hr, .' .
Off rate however, he must pay his Monday With Cia his,
115 of the midwife Activity Drops ss RegistrationThe father's stomach.
ferson Street. Craig said he will i utility system. The Owens Co. vision to all baik taxes plus the amount ofintertt Blount

continue to take applications next ' those ta.xcthai >
week.A I bid of $133,317.85.. The infant death rate per UW on wa cmmU. school .> i\\'ln'lIh.r.; tn th. mrirn'ng and upon arrival at the AlaI hit I '

subcontractor, Julian John. The Engineers said t:1.J't, the live births stood at 43.3 and t'.iej At Local Markets ,isked bv the man who paid them. gin.ung itsummer swin hf,' saverin Uie afternoon eral Hospital when his bh!
The bidding starts at 18 per
eon, moved some equpiment tc I teem interest, but Kelly said that
the operation Tuesday and began ] to begin some work on the .1000 -live births were 300. an 1I \:- i! in the USD building 8: 9 and last until noon The stabbing. However, the ih i ,, '
the went
prepairing the roadbed's sub ]project within five days. The I crease over last year. Biadiord Counts .s owing; season piopcitv for an averageof Coache- James Hobbs and classe.will last from pronouncing him dead said ;

grade. Wednesday he started ]project includes the cr.mp's water For the second straight ear was at near end this week a- four or live per cent interest Hazelwood.directors of to 6 p.m.Coach the wound would probablx "

cleaning and grubbing operations sewer. and power systems.The heart and blood vesseLsvas the both ot the county's markets reported -j gram. urge every iJuld Hobbs said that the bu been fatal even if Blount ht,

and yesterday he was operatingwith Engineers progress chart leading cause of death* Th.r "I sharp drops in commodities 'i:i Marian Howe Back in participating in any of will be furnished to the ceived immediate treatm-nt I

a scoop, bulldozer, and other reports no progress so far on the .>0 deaths from heart and blood! sold by growers. From Week's School gram's four classes to Springs-Lawtey area Dr. Pete G. Felos of I the Si UK
I i The Brooker Market's report for classfication the sessions. Medical Center, whoa uin$ ,
grading equipment. Craig ex construction of the telephone and vessel conditions almost equalled day morning lIe esti

pected that the subcontractor telegraph building. N. H. Bror. I all of the other deaths in the for the week of June 17, througaI : Mrs Marian Howe. Chamber of The swimmers should that most of tie swimmer- for a few moments before hi ><

would begin on the drainage struc. sen Live Oak contractor, is still! county combined. I I June 23 showed 3.952 packages ,, Commerce secietary returnedthis swim suit and a towell fall into the classes meeting him on to Gainesville, viui! t I"

ture for the road bed next week. in the process of placing material-I Pneumonia, third ranking in i shipped for a total revenue to theI week after a five-day concentrated Monday morning meeting. the morning. Blount was beyond hope whet >,

The roadbed will cover four In tae building area. 1950, was tie second leading cause I grower of $10,412 The prior course in Chamber of ties for dressing will be d.'vot't. To be eligible for the swimming examined him. lie said the kii
miles of the old Blanding roadbed :weekly report from Commerce administration at thp in the USO building. !' the student must be of had apparently cut a mam ai i i-"

and about two miles of new I 13.851 packages shippedfor 'i University of North Carolina. Coach Hobbs said that age and must have had at He estimated the time of hi'

ground. Craig said that startingthe Legion Post Ends Successful YearStarke's i a revenue of $31.21878 Mr- Howe said that she attended bus will leave Starke at one year in school. The free aminal ion at 6 pm.. about t i
The Starke Market's report
hour after the
bed from scratch is easier classes! from 8:15: in the morning travelling to Heilbronn is under the direction stabbing

than tearing up the old ties and I covered a later period and showed It''en ,I until 4:30: in the afternoon and and then to Lawtey. It the two BHS coaches who have Calvin and his moth t \

re-building the old bed. American Legion Post Legion's honor ribbon for the less activity. The week from i i she had to pour over a good sizedt up the swimmers along completed tae Red Crosf Pearl Blount. drove to Cm'< \ '
6 showed only
18 to June :
CraJg."exp-'cts Ht H.** % e i.',;..;.. i.,. .. "'"1,1... J 'n ..., JwthcreeI'.., 'c-- '? \( .iw,1 "t 'irkp: *i-t book at night She was and at Lawtey school course for swimming intrnctio. When they arrived then-I u

rive Monday from the Brown standing year of service to the The Starke post is 36th in size ] rllpiikagos for of- 50101. |I giJen an examination ,)n thweek's ? Th svhr.nrl *,...*-'- ; Brogdon,... /" Alachua- depuu, -, h..:
a tevenue ,1
Wood Processing Co.. of Live Oak. community according to the Post'sannual out of a total of 211 posts in the | The preceding Starke report courses? at the end of the last for a month. Tae: The instruction wui tmu.. i...>'charge \ 'n(1ft. tfn )It'\ ;
and his mothei
weeks will be devoted to *' Red Cross plan
He will begin work then with aCounty's report submitted on June state which is quite a record for showed 7670 packages for a tota1 session. terial witness.
15 by Dr. A. Y. ners in the morning: and those completing the course
Covington field
post a small town post. Only 84 posts of $9,050.53. He studies covered a wide
revenue Both the l- 'par-old ,\j I
in the .'sfactonl will be Red
commander. mediates a given
Midget had as many as 100 members last This week's commodities by unit of Chamber of Commerce activities -
mother stated that lh' t 1.1 i
Covington cites 31 instances in last two week will be "-" certificatesCounty's
She attended classes on
and price at the Starke
average took place during the arumn-\ r
And Intermediate which the local legion post has Covmston points to Junior Legion market were 172 Ford Hooks civil activities agriculture. meetings the ice plant State .\tt.' "
been of service to the community. Biggest Tobacco Growers
tourists and conventions
baseball as one of the important $235.; : five crowder peas. $1.30; publicity. K Duncan, who ordeieii$! < ,
Baseball -tatt'. legion. charities, veterans, of the Starke's 13 butter ,, letter writing national
and ,
BeginsBradford programs post. i 21 pepper. 5305; held on a first degre. \n
and other worth-while causes. interest in Legion baseball brought beans, $2.25. I I affairs and many others. For Leafeight
Irriqate High Quality :
His reveals
report an outstanding both the district and the area The course was highlighted by .
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County's midget and The commodities: and average ,I witnesses testified to th.-: i
membership record for the tournaments here last This I' daily open forums. There welT
intermediate baseball school will year. prices per unit at the Brooker Br.iil foitj ('iiimtv 's bu'io: ( I i- times last \ .'irWait story.
Starke post. It now has 243 will be I also general lectures on such
the state
meet at :3 p.m. every Monday, members, well above its 100 year tournament Market were 1.833 peppers, $3.50: being cropped now and will g.' niil.-d tha they began Calvin will be tried d.u. I i .
per lead for busi
held here well as the district I topics a- "What is
Wednesday, and Friday on the cent quota of 228 members t'aat 443: peas. $12); 1.02.;'> butter "" through a months curing and harve-tmg their prop about the next term of 1'ircuit C'nnt >" "<

BuS diamond according to P. T. was m December. The tournament. be. ns, $2.35160; coin. $132; 2C I ness packing before itsale begins first of June The green leave starts Nov. 10. lieI i ,'. i V 'I'
The post also sponsors the Crippled Ford Hooks $2.50 25 Mrs. Howe said that the instructors of then tied stick- of the i II
Nolin and C. S. Partin, directorsof !surpassing of its membershipquota : canteloupes, around the first August. are on and stackedin out jurisdiction

the program. entitles Post 56 to theStarke's Children's Clinic, the Brad $300: ; and egg plant $200. : for the courses were The Production and Marketing barns where they are cured juvenile court by Juvet >le .: ,'i tt
ford County Fair and the C. A either members of the North that the Oil burners i '
The midget teams: are divided Administration report maintain a heat of E. K. Perryman. Penyman

into an age group of from eight, Jerry Gay Stephens shows. a midget baseball Post 56 !I Carolina faculty 01 of the United county has .373 acres in its to- ., between 95 and 100 degrees for, that he followed the pret I'd"I"i
I league. an oratorial contest: Plays States Chamber of Commerce. allotments. An estimated the other com!
to 12, and the Intermediates are bacco first two days in the barn. by the juvenile

made up of boys from 13 to 15. I i. Elected TreasurerOf citizenship awards an Armistice 350 acres are actual! planted. i Thf temperature is then In- charges of first degree m',' '

The teams will play some out Insurance Group day program at the Starke tie I Williston Tonighti i i Policeman Sweat Everett Gainey and Howard creased to 110 to 150 degrees for Juvenile courts have MMI

of mentary and high school, weekly i Wait are Bradford County's big : two days to drv the leaves and I lion over all crimes omnivi'i! '"
town teams during the sum
Struck CarOne
l Saturday night square dances and i-st 56 b.i-eball team By tobacco growers with 21.f! then youths under 17 yeir- ,.'-l t
gest it
mer months. Herb Thomas is in is increased to ZOO degrees -
many other worthwhile projects. will be seeking its first pn-cticx acres planted. They also have they can wave thin jun il -
c'aarge of the schedules i of Starke's for another
two tcdry
arranging city policemen, days
i! During the year the post cooperated wen; !' ,
win of the
eason tonight the only irrigated tobacco in the and turn the trial over to
for the two groups. The group with the armed force Uiley Sweat, was struck in Uie the stems. I
: it meets Wilhston here at 8 p.m. county. cuit Court.

will also divide up into teams II blood collection drive as well as Next Tuesday Post 56 will entertain leg ba car driven by Herman Wait said that th> irrigated After six days in the barns the A. J. Thomas, 5'i '", ';
made up of all local players and I credit with tie Connor last Friday evening.
I I setting up its own Jacksonville Beach in their tobacco produces a better quality tobacco is taken off the stick!! circuit court "I i thai t -
will stage games among them i Gainesville Blood Bank by donating of the week. I Sweat was flagging traffic at a ".
i only game I leaf. and their crop brought 52. knowledge Calvin is t.i.person
and packed in the pack house for r
selves. The American Legion I is f This blood is tc minor traffic accident.
nine quarts. An Starke teami to 51 cents a pound last year III the i ounty -
providing uniforms for the play. : involvingthe Police Chief W. E. Thorntonsaid ,two or three! wek. before being
be used in emergent-les i was shut out completely by twc which he estimated to be about'" < h" ..r- ..t t I tl' ,t .iegpe ,
ers. members and their immediate that Sweat has several torn offored f'>r "'11-! *
I powerful Jacksonville nines this three centmore per pound than
Noun will alw be ligiments in his leg and will be
in Hampton (anllhe I week. Pot 9 topped the locals the average Bradford County tobacco
on Tuesday and Heilbronn : purchased a lot in off duty for three or four weeks
on z1- I The post 5-0 last Friday and Jacksonville'sPost brought. Priest And Clark Alvarez Leads
Thursday at 3 p m where he will Starke for a future annex to the Connor was fined $59 in theMayors -
15S lowered the boom in a The GameVait > is irugated
sponsor softball for both boys and Legion Hall It sent 10 member Court Monday and hisdriver's Off To Ft. Jackson
one-sided 15-0 contest Tuesday. with water from th.- Santa
girls. He will show educational and seven wives to the National license was suspended

films at the Hampton school F Convention at Miami. .: '..us i Coach team Herb understrength Thomas said that for for one yeir. i JFv River. The grower use a Corporal Williim: V Pies' ,,1.,1! Softball League

every Monday night and at the also donated set pump with a six in-ii i.itaJte: anda Pie Connie M (lark, members nl
The local post the two games because many of Three Xeic Patients 'I
Heilbronn school every Thursday: of Legion-recommended books! t(' his players were on vacations. He five inch: outlet '.i I Jnoit I t.Vi the IwalItlllnlli Guard Unit Bill Kpp bnllun' ,

night. both the white and colored high expects a much stronger team by Enter Doctor's Clinic i water into their .eU lett fur Fort Jtrkvin, S. C., recently run pitching pil.ed AK /

Jerry Gay Starke insurance -caool libraries. tour'nament time. I' Wait said that they only had to attend the Administrative lop-sided 11-0 viMorv '/.,..(

Rev. W. E. Hall agent, was elected treasurer of Three patients wire admitted Gas Co. in the Bradtll.1|t i >
Stark has now lost five straight to irrigate three time this >tar Clerksch" ol
the North Florida Mutual Insurance To Continue to the Doctors Clinic' this week softball league last week

Addresses RotaryThe Agents Association a., ihur Legion games. Post 15*.. the Uam that The were MrE C Cow art tei'Jtis'Of the large amount ,)flan Both men wmk in the BattaliorVl Alvarez now lead th" .

district meeting in Ocala la-t Saturday Sight Dances Starkt' beat out in the stale finals Sf arke. Marion L dews. Rai : that fell dunn;; Mas the ,idquartersifim! of the 1'K-a1 with a record of two wits,
Rev. W E. Hall addressed
weekend. two years ago handed Post :56 fold and Bobby Chipman, ( 'arufBlanduig < 1.1 u- ( hi-t gro.Vin{ montri H 'ii' Kindle;
the Starke Rotary Club Wednesday Gay explains that the mutual The American Legion dancer Saturday its soundest drubbing ot the year --.id the\ itnga'fd ,t bi'x or ,n' :I P baltal1. into second place with .. .

on his recent trip to the Holy operates to seek improvements in are to be continued every loss record. The lea "U' -

Land. Rev. Hall visited Jeruselum the methods and the regulations night as usual. said Dr A Y two teams have yet t'<
during the Easter season. of insurance selling so thai thebetter Covington. local legion command EQUIPMENT frame in the league's :s<" d i

He described the poor living interests of the inuraoce: er. After an announcement last( of play. Blanding< ha- -

agencies and the buying publicwill one and Ratfopt r I'IUt
conditions of the Holy Land'rpeople week that the dances would be .+ glune.
be served. on fii: short end o' '
and the difficulties that discontinued during the summer 'I
Tae North Florida district i? ,'_ .. .; Yesterit ,.. ;" eat ''" 1
the people have in obtaining the made up of all mutual agenta in month. the legionnaires decidedto "w" "j': \ Gas and F h--'I j

minimum essentials of life. the state that are north of Ocala continue tVie dances regularly I ,,,, < and Alvarez tnt, I. alld.i

'"'' ,11 ,1-: i; second gUIo": .:, ,, ''l.i...

I b14?, :,,,, f'lr111'' ., ". I I .\

I- Guard Stays 'Aggressor' In Weekend ManeuversThe II \I]'\\\i") t.J'I' th'firt rin ,. :

'HUHtH t wJ!! 'a< i k 1-: ii
defense >. Ft >ndi was in prent Lt Randal F ehitu sst ,":. hOtH" I t i. raj.T .

The exeniMwas designed t(' Jack Eaves .L_____ "I '. 1'1' : i ip -' '
good hands l.l.Ste'k when an were in v. ne ? 4 .
-.. tn dr g :
test the abilit ot the Guard.snvn 'k'i 4
: imaginary aggressor r' force Ian 1. ) battalion transportationSgt. ;t- ,: Ht'Ht '' mlt I Ii :
in their command and staff training _

G \V. Teston. Cp: e ardCroby it, I '
'd at St. Augustine and began -i! 'IS \ fl-!
in operat onal duties. instillation 'III i i'h
"t .
and SFC .
Ben Hi' ndorf I t ( ents i
fighting its way to Starke. The and ma.ntenance of communication ,'
worked with the jposat- of. I 'H, It.It.' : -uited.: free.Recent .
121th Infantry Regiment of the and the forwaid di- fleer to Keep the unit >n'ti' .up. -" ,
placement! of command posts during I ht., ''hI :. '
National Guard: met the invadershead an offensive situation ply materials keep up tie ui: '"fI, ''h Births

on in a tactical: maneuver tion maps and handle! :
that I Lt. Mack S Futch and M. Sgt. ""if
was held at Camp Blanding. mand problems. fellabov
\,1t Mr! and Mrs EineMaiiisou '
Starke's Rodney P. Hall communications -
headquarters company officer and communications chef M. Sgt. Robert \V. l>ra!>: .r:.t ",' \ ; .- St am, i
second : tl
battalion took part in thtguard's ,. 'Itlf'I .
were in charge of all Uie communications sergeant of the unit. Mipec ncr r.'ith of their nevrn-M[ "
command :; '
post IILUI, il. Mar Dimitna I '.
The local made tie best in the second battalioi. all of its activ.t.. K
company .
attendance record of all the units Communication consisted of sire ,: SrX Otis Cnwfor: and >'pi SHn are portions. of three magnets that are used to separatetauroliiie < The giant
participating, having 53 of 65 enlisted and telephone nets. radio uts. and Robert B. Ciosbv!: were in charge: from the ilmenite mill's tailings at the Humphry du staurolite from the dry null to railroad can The mineral Mill be Mr. and Mrs. G. L !U-*

men present (with three at ,3. message center to 5iar.dle! all of the kitcJ-ei operations fcr the Pont mine. Five of the--.e magnets have just be>n installed at the shippeJ !,> Flakier IV-a. h where it will Ne usy-l in the makin; of do. announce the birh,

school), and 10 out of 10 officers: messages incoming an! outgoing: second b:1Hl.iJI1.: mine and will soon producing 25,0<>0 tons of .taurolite a jear. Portland mneat. In the background a draliae: frols sand into the pound 8 1-2 ounce baby b" ; '1
Randall, born June 22. 19 _
1M.Ivi :.M., ue Ph ,: :'.- T-.-,,-i.'r- mill.


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FRIDAY. JUNE 27 195.
BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS system H. .. by. .which L he is payed and part. ''what other expenditures th. as
EDITOR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN : sam tnat it would be financially Sheriff: Hall said that he had' planned on for the current ., 1.'
impossible for him to full-
place a
stationed a with
man in The
a car ; Council said it might b\- v ,.
VIEWPOINT PUBLISHERAdiertitlng By Mrs. Sara McDonald time deputy in the vicinity of the Keystone Heights vicinity on 1 Bible to divert part of the 'Ul"t)
Keystone Heights. He offered tc every night since May 6. He patrols for roads, fire' protection, and "n .
pay part of the expense of such the area from 10 until!
p.m. projects
to police
Subscription Rates: Rates The Sunday School picnic giver. '' week from her home in Pitts- prot.-cu
Established In 1879 full
a time officer however if 5 am. tae citizens felt thuthi..
$2.75 Year $1.50 6 Mo. On Application by the Community Church in Gold burgPa. to spend some time with IItt'l.tllm
Branch State Park last Friday Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Holl. She wa. the town would pay the other The Council was questioned i>r. wa n.'>r"'> :niDorian'

ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION was well attended. No official accompanied by her two children IJ .
count M 4iijiMaa asssS aBKB aSi !3iffiS5
.was made but the group i I Marian and Alan. |!
numbered well over a hundred. !i Mr. John C. Detweiler '
is rn-

Next President Will Have Hands FullNo The party fun followed started by with game a swimming and races '! turning today at after Mayo a Brothers week's examination in- :,, Super Savings on Summer i Foods !

including a soft ball which '
one knows who the next President will be a drop in profits-and that will bring a wag umpired by Mr-game Coldw n.I i I Rochester. Minn. \ "'_\._..
be. But whatever his name and party label, drop in tax collections, making the budget Dinner was served by the mothersof i IIINy!
he is in for a rugged time. problem still more difficult. The ranks of I the Sunday school pupils and |, Open Meeting Airs Y

United States News & World Report recently the unemployed will be swelled. All this by the Church Women. This pic- I Keystone Heights'
dealt with what the new President will may happen very soon after the next Pres- I nic marked the close of the Daily I
face in a brief but comprehensive feature ident moves into the White House. I Vacation Bible School which was i i Protection Needs !

article. As it observed, the job offers many AGRICULTURE. Some farm commod- of held the for church.ten days in the par*>rage i An *

unique assets and prerogatives. The Chief ities are in a surplus state now. Other surpluses I open town meeting was.
Beginning this
week the chimesof held in
Executive lives in one of the most magni- are anticipated. So, as U. S. News the CommunityChurch will I I Heights Tues I
day nigln: in an effort to
ficent homes on earth. Legions of assistantsand put it "The next President is to be caught. ring every evening at 6 o'clockas I some means of providing additional II I

servents are at his beck and call. He is between the pressure of city people interested -:' a reminder to the people of police protection for the ,
paid a large salary and receives a $50,000ayear in cheaper food and a farm population insisting Keystone to pause in the cares and town. A five-member panel wa i

tax-free expense fund addition. that government support farms activities of the day and say a asljpd) 17 questions prepared by! irQuantt7 "'- .
But all these material benefits lose muchof prices against substantail decline." prayer for the peace of the world.Thirtyseven the Lions and Rotary Club of I
Rights Reserved
BUREAUCRACY. The President is pints of blood were Keystone Heights.Members i Prices Good Thur., FrL & Sot. Jun. 2S-27-28
their lusture in the light of the enormous donated to the Mobile I I
problems with which *" p President must the titular boss of 6,200,000 people I which was set up In the Blood Woman's Bank of the panel were: II I

deal-and of the fatefi. .ecisions he, and he 2,500,000 civilians and 3,700,000 military. Club last Thursday. There :would I Harry Hughes, chairman; John H I Ii i Low PricesEveryday 152 ,
alone, must make. This huge payroll is one of the primary have been more except for a misunderstanding I Hall Clay County sheriff; J. R I Call Street.
causes of our outsize Federal budgets. And about the time. ,j I Tipping president of the town
The U. S. News article is called "Troubles
here again the next President must make a Some people planned council; Mayor Frank Scott! : and Specials Too Slarke Florida
Ahead For Next President.'" Here in to come after,; 4 .
J. Jennings, town ftpl
not attorney.
difficult decision. In the view of U. S. knowing that the bank
capsule form, is the gist of what the Maga- the and had to close at five. Volunteer The purpose of the meeting way
News, "If he does not cut payroll -
zine anticipates for him: the functions of the government bureau | helpers during the afternoon included to bring to the attention of the -- -

DEBT. Soon the national debt will touch cracy, his finicial troubles will grow. If he i Mrs. IeUveiler. Mrs. Stein, 'i citizens of Keystone Heights what Swift's Famous
i jMrs.
the $275,000,000,000 legal ceiling The I I McKay. Mrs. Weilan.l Mrs was being done for police protec
does cut the payroll, some people will be 1
Weichel. Mrs. Elliott. tion. what s'.iould be done and
Mrs Mc
President will have to choose between asking
out of raising politicul fuss, and if he
jobs, I Donald and Mrs. Martin. 1 how the citizens
I can pay for it
Congress to raise that ceiling or cut the
cuts functions some group or region will Miss Gertrude Houser
left this The panel informed the townspeople
spending. Either way, he will make political lose a good thing and also will raise a political -!' week for a month's stay in Chi.-a- that the only way that the, JEWEL 3
enemies. and Can65c
fuss. go Michigan.Mrs. Town Council can raise money i? Lb
WAn It seems certain that the Korean These aren't all of the problems the beleaguered ; J. M. Powers and Mrs. C. by raising property valuations
War will still be going when he takes office, next President will face-not by J. Bastedo entertained at the Inn They said that property valua- '
even though it may be relatively passive. a long shot. And great problems we can't last Tuesday with six tables of lions would have to be raised """'" -
This is stalemated, totally unpopular war. also be his. But ( bridge. I I II
a even anticipate today may i| from 50.to 73 per cent to pro
What will he advocate to end it? they serve to indicate the enormous and unavoidable -; Mrs. Anna James accompaniedher vide for the extra funds needed DONALD DUCK For the Cleanest Clothes in Town !
economists think that burdens that part and parcel j as far as Pittsburg, Pa. I ,
BUSINESS. Many are
Mrs. ;i| for 21-hour protection. The cost SALADDRESSING
the boom is running down. Next year, it isforecast of what is accurately described as the biggest Frank Uible is quite ill i IP ,

ther$ will be a substantial declinein job in the world. And there are still I Cincinnati.there O. and She fell was, suffering visitingrelatives would to t'.ie be average an increased property paymentof owner I: TIDE Large Box 25c1 I I35c

industrial expansion. There will probably plenty of candidates seeking the position. a Her multiple address fracture is Jewish of the pelvis.. from $16 to $19 on property j I I

I Many More Mouths To FeedThe I Cincinnati 19. Ohio. Room Hospital 209. valued at $7500 I i)ONALT DUCK
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay are Sheriff Hall explained the fee at Jar

present rate of increase in this Farming is one industry that apparentlywill the leaving Walraths this week in North for a visit Carolina.witti !I 0 range; J Juice 4b-OZ ISC

country's population amounts to around not have to worry about expanding They will also stop in South Caro II I Stokely Calif.PEACHES.
2,500,000 every year, which means that markets. On top of the normal population lina. ay '

7,000 more people will be eating three growth of the country, Florida is experiencing Miss Madeline Kennedy who 'ARC( Br'l1Jd >4
square meals a day tomorrow than was the an additional rapid growth of its own I tine been taking nurse's trainingin

case today. Nutritional research is con- due to favorable climate conditions and Indianapolis and who was expected DEAD C
stantly broadening the dietary habits of other factors that are pulling thousands of home this week for a sum No 2l/2 Can 27c Sugar Peas No 303 111/2

each of us. Add to this the fact that our new residents here every week.It mer vacation is ill in the hos LIVESTOCK

expanding armed forces and foreign aid looks as if Bradford growers and other pital in Indianapolis. fOI flEE REMOVAL Of DEAD>> _
Ms Linda LIVESTOCK CALL -151111'! Mvg Flavor q.l ; ,
programs! demand vast and increasing ; Walker will leave DONALD DUCK
amounts of supplies, and you have an idea Florida farmers will have their hands full soon for Camp-in-the-woods i in Phone Gainesville 3330 Collect

of the immense job of additional food pro- supplying the nutritional needs of the ever- Aderondacke where sle111 act Peanut Butter Astor Coffee 79c
as counselor.Mrs. Inc. i LbCsnA.I
duction which must be done every year. increasing multitude. FLORIDA REN'DERERS,
. : Paul 9. Holl arrived thi- I

l I Following..Too Closely Dangerous. Practice; # I Ii i! 12-oz Glass 25 C ; "! Brand '
--- r ; > i 11 n i M i ft i II C-fW VT t- l
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"Following too closely"' is,hind other motor vehicles I the result of following too STARKE GENERATORAND I Black
described by Safety DirectorH. while driving in traffic. I closely behind another vehicle
N. Kirkman as a dangerous Altogether, there were were recorded in 1951. SPREAD Pt.. 21c
traffic violation that caused 2,245 rural traffic accidents The Safety Director calls STARTER WORKS

8,174 accidints last vear. caused by drivers followingtoo attention to the state traffic --

It was second only to fail- closely, but it is pointedout law which requires that driv- of AT I
ure to grant right-of-way as that the only fatal acci- I. S. O.MM.
dents ers must follow at a reasonable 210 So. Walnut Street .
the worst cause of accidentsand from this violation were
motorists are warned to in rural areas. Seventeen and purdent distance behind ,

stay a reasonable distance be accidents causing death asALVAREZ' other vehicles.LAWTEY. FORMERLY ANDERSON'S GARAGE
Chuck Roast LB"Sunnylcmd" 65c

Men's Clothing I Will Soon Open Electric Motor Repair Dept.



I .....
Ready-to-Eot ,
I Ed Hunt H. D. Koger

Mrs. Hattie Darley was a business I! SmokedHAMS
visitor to Jacksonville last i

Monday.Mr. .
E and Mrs. B. C. Wainwright
I '
A Washer and children, Becky and Billy, of,,

S / NEW, BIG, FULL Atlanta were visiting his parents Whole Fryer
Y kt 3 Mr. and Mrs. T. L. wainwright t7
R 8-18. CAPACITY 9995 during the keek. I CHARACTER 8toUlb. M9

T t iE ACTIVATOR WASHING Dr. S. M. Smith of RichmondVa. Average! C Fla. or C .
and well know Shipped.Grade Cut I'p'ib53c
R ADJUSTABLE WRINGER and St. Petersburg was the? standards of Service WHOLE 59 "A".
:Y rM 1-YEAR WRITTEN guest of Dr. and Mrs. \V T. Walters have been earned and maintained by or HALF! Dressed
\ WARRANTY during the weekend. Dr & Drawn! '-
S -- L. long years of faithful attention in T.B. 4
Smith was the guest speaker at i| .
Model AW-061 j the Methodist Church on Sunday ] Serving economically in this vicinity. .- - --- .
evening.Mr. I

and Mrs Jim Saunders and LAND O'SUNSHINE Pure Creamery

family of Ft. Pearce are visitinghis DeWITT C. JONES
sister. Mrs. C. A. McSwain.Mrs. .
Phone 229 Starke. J. M. Browning and son Phone 7 Starke. Fla.

I weekend at their home here. Mrs r' -- ___ __...r Pound

Browning school at is the attending University! summer Flo Funeral Director Ambulance Service

I rida. Our local funeral! horn enables tu to offer convenience aU

j Mr and Mrs. C. A. McSwair services njt otherwise. available
NOW.'Clean You Wax Your Floor I
as / .. went to Ft. Pierce during the Superbrand auUerllti; a JJoredUllT'e:: st
i weekend. Their sons Donnie and
_____ JOHNSON'S Ronnie, are visiting their grandmother We furnish the highest! type service at lowest. prices, and : ICE R 5 9De
aowwo 1t in Ft. Pierce during the &c pt ANT life insurance policy In force tested by ANT t: AM"Mnrgorine Lbs
Summer. company, u payment In part or in full oa a fuaertlCouulUUoa :

Beautiflor Minnie Lee Gnffn is home fromHope CAxrlea BO obligation. 2p > 39'J!' 75 K 1t.S D -" --,- ,_" ... 1
Hospital after spend

M ing several months there after M."'.,_ Cheese 2 2ge
'an attack of Polio. Her many I Orange or Urn Pic9s

LIQUID WAX 3 friends are happy to see her home I From where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lane of Ft. SHERBET 'heese fxi :.oaf -
Pierce were visiting their niece.-
a Mrs C A. McSwain last week I
I They were enroute from their Whitey Sure 2 piau 39c Chee Zee 2 Lbs 83c

home in Fort Pierce to North;

JOHNSON'S Carolina for the summer and stopped r "Rang the Bell"Telephone -- -
for a short visit with the Me-

SECULAR $1.1ta Swains. They have recently returned woke me out of a*oundsleep to drop it off on his way home. i I Large Size California

GLO-COATER 6LO(0114 I from abroad where they l last Friday about eleven- From where I sit, I can't blame I
WAX APPLIER eral spent several months visiting ser thirty. '"Thii U i Whitey Fisher out Whitey for his joke. He was just
European countries.Rev on River Road" voice. "I 29C
says a reminding other
44 we owe people
conntu WITH i .
and Mrs.
Winter Gidding?
wuwute CMINILU PADS just wanted to tt'1I10U how muchI the same respect we expect from oupes
JONtr501S_ iI '44 and her brother, Jimmy Gill of like this week's Clarion."
them. Since I'm
I talking
I I 1 l 44 Jacksonville were visiting friendj'in :
I 44 "Thanks Whitey," I told him. about respecting the other fellow I,
Lawtey last Tuesday. Rev.i
: 'But why in blazes call to tell me rights-including his right to njoyI I
II'III Giddings is a former of the! -
4nooRt 3 local II at this time of night?" "Simple," a glass of beer if he chooses, it wai
._ many Methodist friends Church and hi*' he says, "your paper boy just de- only fair that Whitey should "wakeme Western Winesap Dixiona FrozenSTR'BERRIES Duncan Hines Frozen
wish him mucli
suc livered it a short while ao. Been up" to his right to get his copy
cess as a ministerial student APPLES Juice
I. Northwestern University.We in waiting for it all evening." of the Clarion on time. Thanks ,

notice that The Griffisi i I Next day, Buzzy Wilson tells me again, Whitey! I i ic9e

t DUCKY'S 3 store Brothers in the have Griff opened a furniture) he because delivered he stayed Whitey's for paper the school late fff.-4-} ',:
Building next I II 2 Lbs 29c 4 Cans 99c 7 Cansr' 99c
3 I to the Post Office. They are dance and thought it would be OK I

aa (I stocking furniture and electrical 1
J appliances CtJI'Jrihl,19SZ, UnJed 5uict Brewers foundation



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FRIDAY, JUXE 27, 1952 1'U.K TUU"--'

'African For More Fun Afloat NOTICE APPLICATION FOR <'I.! rk u Circuit ("..urt 1'rArt of 1941, will register with Ih.\\ In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit copy (.f your defense If.. t"'. ''j ;,
Queen'At TAX DEED Vradfnrd ( on or before the Mth J. C Adkins. Jr attorne f.r '
NOTICE IP HEREBY C.1VKX. thatF. J.C ."<1"n, < J (' Adkins, jr 'I for Bradford !
State of
County Florida of
day July 195; otherwise the al- plaintiff at the addn.g\ n i I.
Florida Theatre M I'ackham. the holder of the Florida Panl Pudding 'aiesvulie. upon receipt of proof of publication I legations sir said Complaint will betaken I"wand immediately there.it! .

following certificate has s filed said Flc.nd.'iAttorr.'V'\ 'I'I of this notice. the fit-t it iu'usI a.s ,unfessed by you. the original if the ;ame in i1 .
Sun. Mon. Tues. KNOW YOUR BOAT HEAD INTO & 'LC'E:( certificate1- a tax deed to he is- fr Ma.n-.ff f fi 4t f 27NOTICK I name of Bradford Motor Court under \ This notice shall be publishedonce five of the Clerk of the i i
ued thereon The certificate Numbers
which I am engaged in U .
THE WAVES \ Jp. LtIW and Ytari of I!'*uaT>te, the description TO APPRIRIn I on (". S. :301 north of j Starke, weeks each in the week for four consecutive I a Court decree of pro the confsso above Court.will nth I" .t.. i
County Tele.
'tf the propeny: and the CircuIt Court. Hradford County J. E. Wall. Jr. Box
"African Queen", co-starring t try boot 11.1 in limitalieni. Florida owner graph. ed agatntt ) 'U. The nature 011..1 t tject
in whirh it : assessed ; Chancery.Anne .
; t..,.. wh.t Vijtributt weight names wa areaf Law-ley Fla. Dater Ih. 12th of this suit if to obtain .
H high.V ted writIf day of June, 1S52! .
Humphrey Bogart and Katherine onlot follows: Alpert. I'laintiff.c:. Martin Slated thus 13th .
[ day .f JuieA VI1J '
,... in the 1:0010" OFFICIAL r'ron behalf of plaintiff
tan ,.et I boat vt K. .Alpeit Defendant SEAL) A. J Thomas.
you I
Hepburn is playing at the Florida H.t. Y'U' on angleawards ."i'e to t dc end fi.mLew Ortififate No :37; Year ct Issuance I i >.>!. at StaikeHrrfiifoid 'I'ountv, Clerk of the Circuit Court. \. Chapman from defendant I
( the Case No. 91S2N'otlce
your wom $t Florida.
.. May :31, A.D. I94fI.Iescruptir.a I By Myrtle T. Deaver. Depii'y Clerk W. Chapman.The .
Theatre Sunday Monday and to !' Toppear.. .
,lew tptcd. i ij'l g I 154174 -
(.f Property : Lot 4S 4 i i Ii n 4t T 4 Bradford County T.i.g
To: Martin K. Alprt ,
Tuesday. This realistic drama \ 46 EN: I'J & Ex !S" 1 3. Town whose reeldCncc a newspaper published in I'i..t\
ff Lawtey E. of fly in sees.3.; 4. i! i is : 31 Brunswick $trett Newark I NO1ICK TO .U''''': 'It I County. Florida and of grin ; .t :
is filmed in the dense Belgian SIq'- -.. ---- .. Sew Jersey.You In Circuit Court. In The Circuit Court Of Florida.PJehih .
; -- .. -- -- .,. :1'S. 26 Town are hereby notified that C..I.j Judicial Circuit. In And
a Klorldai In Chaaeerr.Pavid ,
East. 'I
Congo Jungle.It til as the newspaper to publi-ti I
-- Name in which -otf-tA: J. W.Certifioate I cuit for Maish.il! Plaintiff.s Mary I Fur Hradford County. rttanrrry I rile r ..f publlcatiiti one .a'h M, < ,
is the story of a strange ro -- I Rotln'on., Divorce I JMar.-h has been
mance between a prim straight- I Xo. ;52.; Tear of I."u- atoie filed against you in the i Ciis.- :Xo: 9frNotice ; \ DIVORCE |[ the Honorable J.t. -
I lance May 31, AD. 1948. ', named Court and cause and I To Appear. ,,i.la> \\ uh.upiiari., Defendant H Murphree and the Honor.* .
laced sister of a missionary anda Pe-se-ription of Property : Com at''' you are required to serve a copy of | To Al.uv'' Mai shall a ii-.- r..i \ MUM 1O IPPKUl IZ Adkins. Judges of theCourt <

gmswilling river boatman. ; -' ''N\V Cor of SEi.f NE14 & run Ei' your answtr or plradinp to the dence' I10':1 u''elitr.il, ; Street. ( i'luinulu t!: Tt. Jay'" t rhaiiman lndianapi.li-. in and for Bradford I c ".r
.- I | 194 ft !S 1,9 Ft for a pt of Bo! d'I,I complaint. on the PlaintiffsAttorney ,., leforKiu.You ; I luutuania Florida and A. J Thomas. < 'I!, t
They set out together on Bogart'sboat I thence continue !S S3 ft E 539: ft Ni I: Kay Selden. :SelilenBuilding are hereby notified that a You art hereby notified that a said Court on this 3rd da> il J l

to accomplish a strange misicn |1113 ft "VV 44 ft to ft of t'Cfetion I I j: and file the ,original Daytona: Beach Florida fuit for Divorce has been filed suit has been brought against youin A 1) U;;!.
,1&, Township 6 :South: Range 2: J.a't. !',[ In the office of against you in the above named the Circuit Court of Florida, in inFFlCIAL. SEAL* A J. Tiu.i
but Katie soon takes charge 1d I Name nwhich! a"st!'!'f<3 : D. C '''or the Iffore Clerk the of the Circuit Court on Court and cause and you are required ami fur the County of Bradford Cleik cir, ii" .
F..n.th. to serve a copy of your answer I Ir.1Ilf"r.1! Coiintx Fl
('f'ftifkall'\o: &3. Year (,f Ismance ,, 7th day if July 19,2; or pleading to theiunipluuiyit. on the L 'iar.t\ A I '11d I.IIlttIi and Jon are Iii', I'i.. .. I .Vclk.'i-- I II"
bottle he has stowed away for /J/\. May :i, A P 1S4SPescription (I
the vw- of Property' : About :2! Complaint will be taV.. n .t- ..r.f.-- lisso i\ h fin .Idinp I." kM.nville Mi n s July !S. 1S5! and v.iu F. ii. .
trip. I A in SE Cor of that portion of SE14 I ltd by you.This Florsd.i. tml ''')le the iginal! -naB.1/i ...d date serve a written! A .? : |I' ., l 1.' .. 4' "
Robert Morley the distinquished 1 lof :NEthat: liesV of Iload. Section I i ij I notice shall be published _

j 16 Township Ii !South flange 22 Ea"t. I i, once each wt-tk for four 'on'.e. .it veweek I _
the \ -1
English actor plays part :
I Vame in which Assessfcj-: Car. in the Pra-dford Count T'-le- __ -- ------
"Brother Samuel Sayer" in the Iter. graph. II j
USE I Ortifiiate No 54 'Year <.f lssu. I Iance I Dated this 31!'t day of Ma> : j
powerful adventure film. j WATCH May 31, A.P. 1948. (OFFICIAL SEAL A J fh....J''j'
The director John Huston also ion OVERLOAD lKElUGHT MOTOR I -sr-nption of Property: N 716 ft Clerk of the Circuit .. ',
THE WEATHER of that By Myrtl T Dtiaver. Deputy Clerk i
| portion of SEH of NE'. that
co-authored the screen-play of ) II lies E of P.oail ( 6 4' .: 271OTICE
!.. 'mxth ,.W., ton 13. se.tiin i6 Township ARLINGGROCERY
thia romatlc story based upon the .. Seal do not indicate domogt your boot.may.v.n (, 6 South Range 22 East -

: Head lor sh... be7a.eo apa<,ity. Two or three it.Hook I, Name in which AssessedV.. AV % TO APPEAR 1'I. I
book of the written by <
same twamp
name .Wilimpham. Circuit (' ,
storm \nakl I II adultl may be lull .for ole urt, Bradford Conntf .
C. S. Forester. i I aught .ut, teal po. lead under many 4onditieni. imtrtdfa1 tetom. | 'Vrtifie-ate No. 59.; Year cf I>'uame Florida; In ('%rwnoerir.
II lioritptwtrplato. May 31, A.!). 194S '
enger. .0 11_. Mary Hard in .Aberr.uuil PI.iinfr i ij
I I I i-riptinn! of .
Property Wi: of "S.'a
j m( TVilx.n A'.I'' u ''I t luiDefendant.
-vmYTYYVVVVYVYVVYVYYYYV NEV., of SEi4, Sertion IS, Towns-hip < 'a-. \, "-I] ,1
I 8; South flange 22 East. I
X..fW To A|>px r.
I Name in which As-- -!'>tdI.em: To: '\'a'm'D"I' nn .\1.. r-r.,' ,ibie. GROCERY & MARKETCorner
PINE LEVELBy AVOID l1.rdjncuertlfjcatp. I j I who 'e residence \Is i 'in i \ \ lie,
Follow the '
right :\0) 93. Year of lysuame ,North Carolina

Sir*. II. M. McRM I SHARP TURNS simple rules shown May ::11. A P 194S You are hereby not If..1 t ,.
here for more safety e-s-ription of T'roriertyLots 13. suit for

and fun afloat 14 of ink :22, Templ Addition to Divorce and resi:.! 1,01 f sharp imai are Starke F..eti"n
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..1There I i'd' 2J. Township Ii : < name
on equipment thisseasonsaysthei I j South: Rangy 22 Kast has been filed against \ <.n -h. Call & Cherry Sts. Starke Fla.
was a large attendance ]I .nlllllm.'im.n" p'oOutboard Boating Name in which Assessed: M above named Court and .1 .uid ,

at the Pine Level Baptist Church j 1 ,.1..-S TaVt it .-o,1'1. \ Club national of organization America !| Campbell('..rtifkat.Io *fi. Year of lcf'u- I, yon your are answer required or to pleading serve .. '' i I" -m
Sunday morning and evening. ]: | anc-e May :31, A.lt 1945.lerriptirn complaint on the ,r'.i'! P s
of .,
outboard ,
One candidate came forward ftrr | of Property Corn At I Attorney, I"arlos Eli.: I J "4 ; -- "
(I boat and motor own NE 'or of Wl'4 of SE .. & run P AVest University \ .. = : .. .. .
Baptism. i I ers. Boating is'the: KEEP LOW i C.'iO ft for a pt of bep thence run W Gainesville, Florida
210 ft S &Oft E 210 ft N SO ft to ",.
After church services safest of outdoor rt and file the original in >
a group ',f tiei M S ction 3!. I
< Tuunshup C the Clerk of the Ci' '
'i c cr
-- kAcd C
of church members visited the I sports, says OBC, if it.p in th. ctnttrv I South Range 22 East.Name '. b..fllrt.tbf' Lean Tender

you'll use commonsense I HI which AssesStd AIt+rttla 7th day of July, I'-.J
Stephen Foster Memorial at White -h.n boarding ,h. I Johnson. .
and y. alltpaln1 d
Springs. Those who enjoyed the -ho..e thonging oto. I I All of said property hufr.g in the Complaint will be taj;. n' > Picnic
County it Hradford, State of Vlori-
ed by you.
occasion were Rev. and Mrs. Hal! da.
This notice shall re 'tlI"hf"dI )
and granddaughter, Virginia Ann I Unle sU1.h certificate or cert I once Coach week for four .'..nSf" uiive I Lb.TOMATOES .

Hall; Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Haislop; were visiting the .H. Jd. and B. .M | lon'lIIl'oo'ionda.. a.ii.i file 'he crip-I ificates'to law shall the le property redeemed described according in .-1'raT'h.weeks In the Bradford Comitv TelelMt -

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop and McRaes Sunday afternoon. ; i'ial in the office uf the. i'l.-rk of su< h certificate or ertifioatf will .d this :30th day' ..f M.:. ., "..;;
th- I'ln-uit ("ourt un or before the be !sold to the highest bidder .
at the
children; Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles of :L'.Ih. day nf JIIJ I ISM' otllrTHISftin Court House door on the fim Monday Clerk of the) A.Circuit J Otirt '

Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender Jacksonville tjpentthe; weekend UfKHlK'ii1- '.f 'liid i l I'nnipla'nt in the month (.f July. 1S52! : Py Myrtlt! : T. I>ea\tr. Deputy Clerk
will Lt' t.1ken as onfu-.d >by you. which is the 7th day of July AD19i2. ;; 41! .. .-.' I
and family; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. With Mrs. Alma Starling and were I'hiu nutite bhall bt puDlisntd ; .

once each week for four consecutive Dated this 4th day c.f JUJ- A.D. j
starling and family; and Mr. and accompanied home by their ''Chil NOTICK TO API'KtHla ,
I wl'l'k In the Bradford County Tel,- 1S52.OfFfflAf.! CIrfuH Court.

Mrs. Earl Goodman.Mr. dren who had been spending the graph.Ld. ( SGAU A. 3. Titn5a Florida t la Cha.<..\\tmVtorfl.r' l'"lIt1'j ,
vtu- \*\h iiay tot sane 192.OFo'ICI.I ;; Clerkf Circuit ... :
of Ix-.uisp '
week here with their gran moth- Alberta Camp! 11\ 2C c
and Mrs. RusseU[ Thomas
I ( SEAL: ) A. J. Tbomaa Bradford (County Tlorida > s-. jack C Campbell |l'of'II.I., '
and Mr. and er. Clerk of the Circuit Court 11
family were visiting < \IM .N. i 9:
fy Myrtle T. Deaer Deputy Clerk In Clrroit ('(vurf Bradford "t' v II
> 'lee To
Miss J 'ice Thomas! is visiting' o Appear.
:Mrs. James Kerns of Oceaa Way en41; : : is ; IK ('haDl'.r) T,.: Jai-k c Campb. 11 "I". ,. -si- Osceola, I ream St\le

Jacksonville Sunday. I I-Mists .A>a.n Karnes .in Ocean Way Gene Moretti Plaintiff \ s. Fernan- \ (EIiI: idaMorttto .
1 Jacksonville this week. I c fendanT You are hereby iiot.f.-ci. l 'd' a i,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cannon and To \\'h"l111 May i'nnreur.'Tliis : ua.- ( o !lIiG -suit for j
I We are glad to report that is to all whom t> may ....n. Order Of Publicationnd !\citiee n... Di\orce. careustiiU! .
I <
nhildren of Rain Bow Ranch
are Evan Conrer. daughter of .Mr. i.t.t II that I ha\e filnl my Final. Return : I Spurs: !lale ,'f Fiorina ')'u: trol) ,>f minor childri | ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert with Cuuntv Jn'lf! ". |nnl- i Fernanda Moretti wiurrrest- has been filed agamM \ > ne
an4 MI" "N. C. Conner has returned ford County, and will oi. iJth!; day I ldnie and address i j j. Cripolonpo Xo.i.enoa above na mud Court and < i uid ;
Starling. "f .lii'i Ii."i2.!' : apply for Final I>is-
\ 1. Xerxi lta\! ,
home after spending over you are required to .n'.1 t if I
Mrs. Irene Boan of Heilbronnis charge as !\;AJinhiiMrdti &! the Estate You are requiri-d to appear on your answer or pleading. he
two weeks in Glendale HoBpitE! of X. 1>.I\Vain\\riKht.. t r. July ;. 1S.12, in the abovt named complaint on th. i' Ji""I" I ,
the H. M. McRaes thi :
visiting This first publication June 27th. Court and < au>e, whtrem plaintiff Attorney. .\. J. Thomat, Jr '
in Palatka.Mr. .
week. I 195:. seeks divoro lirandford: CnuntyTeleirraph Starke, Florida I Fancy Chico
and Airs. :H. .H. Lewis werevisiting James R. Wainwright shall publish huts urderin and file the original in h. >f C

! Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Mrs. Lewis' sister. Mrs. Administrator of the Estate next four weekly issuet the Clerk of the l'n. !nit. .n Long Grain
of N. P. \Wainwright Sr \\'lines'- my hand and official seal 'or before the I

.t>on. Gerald of Heilbronn Springs' Ray Jackson Who :has been ill ..;27 4t 7/18 at Starke, Jo'illrida. this June :.. 1952OFFICIAL !. 7th day of July, ISTJ: .
( SEAL) A J. Thomas 3 Lb.
otherwise the alleKanm.-. !
:IK ,
: home
for time at her on
: a long
: I xvnrn: TO ni-it .\" Clerk .of said Court. I'Complaint Will S e tak. ..r ..ns.. :
Jacksonville.We 'In '(' r..1t Court, lln
Florida !. -('-Chaiii-rr I "'has. H. lies*. 204-05 Guaranty Life This notice shall I.e. published
; I are sorry to report the Illness James Thomai Kivers, Jr. Plaintiff I'.ldtc. ,JII'k-"n\'III.., Florida. i once each week for four ,'uns'IIt"'e ;

of ],11'. piid Air*.' Robert vs. 'Fra'ivvV.. Kiverf. Otfrndant. Attys. for Pit. 6 t It 4t C :27NOTICK weeks in the I'-rndfuid County Telegraph
( a".. N... !S214otlre .
: Starling's children. Little Sandra \ T.. Appear.To 10 PPRJHK
I Dated this 4th day of .1 tInu 'lol: i
I has been ill for two weeks mow : KramesW.. Tlivt-rs, iwhosere.sidmce In Circuit ('(JDr'. Bradford "<"."DtJ.F1.ld.t ,'I'' (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas .
it: 1015 North I'haparral In ( baae.Vy. Court '
Clerk of the Circuit
and they are all suffering with :0:,reet. COrp) s ('IJri,. ti. T-eias. I Orady L. Oray, Plaintiff vs. VirKinia I| By Myrtle T. D.l\tr. Deputv <"Merki I'I'I
uraimps/Ti'e!' wish them 'a speedy You are h..I.y! notified that a Anderson Gray Defendant i I' 6. 41 6 T'TO
!suit for CaceldoS157, --
rvcovery. lM\urcr. oare. 'u-I.y and control I Notire TotlP..r, I \40TICE .\.... : \nIB

of n.tiuir oluid I To: Virginia Anderson Oray. CIrcuit Court. Bradford Coonty WE/NNERS
I has I.een fiUil against you' in the whose residence i is: "n known. and : Floildat In Caaacery. BACON

S -- at,..\ .- named Court a rid en use and I' whose last known residence was: I Ernest L Pullum 1':.. ., 39C 49Ct

: you are rl'.luil.| ..d. to serve a copy ,>f AValdo Florida. |I I.'ertilia Pullum. D f..1. ,>'
LAKE GENEVABy your antWfi or pleadinp to the [ You are hereby notifitd that a .., .,. \ '3ll> Sliced.i Ib.MELONS.

rompl.tint tin the Plaintiff's suit for NotleTo Appear i
tor-ley, Thomas J. Kiverp 1 Dnorce | Tol.i: rtilia Pullum u 'I'' ]
Blanche Cunningham I'. o. l\: 211. (iieenCove : bt" been filed against you. in the i iaboe dcii.a.id address I i- i.i in' f .:-

Siurings.:| :P'liirultt. named Court and cause and I i Strf .-t, in-nx, N.. V >*> i
; .r-;', -' null\ file I the lung I rIal I in the office of t you are required to serve a copy ItfI .'Tork. ''

i Capt. and Mrs. Joseph Thomj th "Merk of the ,"iroult'Court on I your answer or pleading Iv theeuuuIialnt Tou are hereby notified 'hat a
.it licfore the on the Plaintiff's suit for Divorce has ben filed
son and two children of Columbus 21 -t day uf .lulv. 1952; Attorney Carlos E. Harper 204 :, spalnst; you in the above -tamed ) -- -' '

I Ga. were recent guests of ,'th..n'h.. .. all.- ali"II" of s-aid '; %\>5t University, A>tnue, ','Court and can e and you a. re- ,, _, ,_ __ '. ,__ _
will l... confem- I iam'lll.'lorlda.. I!I ,
I'limpluint taken : I quirtd to serve a copy of v ir an
( Mrs. Agues B. Lawrence. During ..(1 l I.> > ou. ( and file the original in the office swer! or pleading to the 0 """"lImt Main

i World War II Capt. Thompson This notice thai) l.e published I lot the Clerk of the Circuit Com on '1 on th Plaintiff'11 n I I', \
once each week for four .....n""uth'eI or before the ThomasJr. Starki. M'I 0' tiM
Wat( I then 1st Lt. ) was stationed at1'Ii 'W..K.-I in the iii .rdfurti ( 'i.iinty Telegraph I 7th day of July 1952; i iotherwise '' file the cripmal in tfu nf n

j !!. MOSre; i Camp Blanding. He and his bride ;>, the allegation rf said I, Clerk of the Circuit
I'atni this jr.rh I :made their home \\ ith Mrs. Law. (* <<': \1.) A. J. Tboniu. ft'C..d! by y'u. ''otherwisethe' rtllepal I ,n I, a IJ

TESTED'This rend-e who was t'.len living in ,('Ie1L ..fThr firrlilt Court. This notice shall be flu hfhf'd '" Complaint: will be i.ik-i\ I > 4 For
.11; "'Ijrllr T. tlrutrr. l)riut> lerk. only each week for four consecutive ed by you
-scientific instrument Keystone Hei:'htti. 6; i'U n '';/11I \\eeks in the, liradford County This notice\ shall l>e punlishedj I
this'I II ( egraph.Dated, once each week for f< 'ir .-.msecu.
This is their first visit to : j
jells us what's wrong when \OTITF. TO AITKU I this 3rd day of Jun 152: 'I tive Thetis!' in the Bradford: 'unty .
I area since he was transferred i: In Circuit ('. It ford (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J Thoir.a-, Telegraph. ---- -- -- -
watch .ut. rod County
7011 bring your in. j i : : .,: .:'
from and that j Flwridn: In .rhnncery.'Stellit Clerk of th. 'Ir'ull. Court I 'at.-r thiI ?th d., 0 .1' II' 11< i '- -
and it tells you it's right Blanding. since I I' Ijlillloi- '| t,-nlev, IMlll-ltlff, v,. i jV: y 'Ijrtlc: 'i'. J.ert\tr. Deputv Clerk (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A .1 Th .mas! .
time two more members have ,i' 6 6 -It ti..Tf: Clerk of the Circuit Court -
-when take it 'Klo.td. i:. I '<-nl I>'\ I iHtcixlanti ,, .
you away I -- -
been: added to the family. i 'I\S. No Ji''l9 By Myrtle T. Deaver. P"P'I'V' I iik
.Faster more economical >flre To Appear. I I .NOTICI TO \"T\1t: 4
and Mrs. Kenneth Fire- '. In Circuit Court. Itrndford Conntr.i .
Sgt. ; To' Floyd K. !>cnlt y. whose residfiitc -
repairs with printed proof stone of Mitchell Field Air Base I and address i l-. St. Andrews.lN i Florida In ('hAh.ry. l.L1iuIt inns
of .-w IIrulIo\\If'k. Canada. 1 Knsalia Milt zar.ow.-ki I'laintiff. vc The liiitnl: of Ciniti'\ Mayonnaise;
accuracy. at Long Island New York and ;| You artheiel..y notifiad that a ''I !ot.l"bh.lkz.'Jow'kl.u. I'efend- ers nf Hradford I ''''"I\ I Ire I 39C
allt. Case Xc flSilit eale-ii firm !id-! o
Williams I I IMr. and Mrs. James C. Boyd of ;, start I liivorcp tin ,.t1" ,,(b and onntrul ;ifmMior >.. >e To Appear.To July ei\e-"th lii',1'! ...ul.j.'ceptatiee I lilue Hale., 1M. ;

Jewelry Plymouth Valley. :ICornstown, Pa ohtldha I : iniMiiw Milcianowski.whose or re-je-e-t"T! > ,

> Keen filed against you in the I \'t siden tand au1drctis.i "IIItU.t :.th' I92.! f".
of Mrs. Law-
recent .
were guests al I...\ named Court and cause and \VeisVutry1.u.\\ Ponta Dydnta. by it of .a'h of the > \

COMPANY rence. Both Sgt. Firestone and \t>n are required to serve a copy of .I'owjnt 1'1"1.1.11I'cJIId tnndrm. or all wh. ,
> c.ur. answer "r plfadms to thtcomplamt You me hereby notified that a .motor Braile-r s.-t ', -- -'.
Mr Boyd art her nephews. on the flaiiittlfs ': suit fur <"l&*.- 1. apprux 1 IIH' i i'Ci I "i' -. -. ,-
149 w. Call St., Starke Fla. I Mrs. Crace McClerrit'iau and Attorney. T. Frank Landrum, < Divorce I' :.ml1'1 booster st. i t .-

Stark*. Florida has been filed agtinst > ou in theaiSu.ve i < M.i-s ; al'prllII.: ." _. _. ,-
I daughter. Clara Nell of Sarasotaare :and: file the original in the office named Coum. and cause and 'h>
visiting Mrs. McClerruhan's: ..t the Clerk of tk-e ,',r'llIt. Court I ) ou are required to serve a copy of I I lI.i-- ", ;1'1 JOX 7"i I"' 1T" I II Ii
R1DDLESintfctt on or befiire the your answer IT plu.ath'ug to the I "I "I' i i.e.-ter sti-'i. i _
M>ter. Mr. W. T. Hotrendorf.: Jlst! day I of July. 1'!I-5:;!: < omplamt en the Plaintiffs : i"la.-s 4. appro 7 -

Mr. and Mrs. E. Davis served avery ..th,'rwise the allegation of aid I Attorney T. Frank Landrum. 1 h )'WillieblMeftrr 't]1. i.
Complaint will be tak.n i,'. "..lIftt.i.oi 1 tarkt'. Florida earSi to have 12:! ft. 101. d. Large
tasty fish and shrimp supper by ? wu. I| aral file the original in the office ] steeltt... rie-li\e-r ,.i' 2
Saturday at their lovely home This notice chair ce publishedonce I I'i ..f the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court (>ns i wrfk a'> "ceti ..r I I...' "
E'al'lt'E'f'k for four consecutive |. or .before the date- -|lei Ifle-d., '1''-' Itvi -
1 here on the lake. The supper va? weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I ';th day of July. W52: i in atlt'iwanrein th.- nI

for the Bible School workers of i graph. I i otherwise the 1I.1I..ga--On rt .raid I Caterpillar dit' ..1 in.iis L
: lMtt- this 1Mb d t3 utf Jtme' 3i | "'os'plaint wlil be taken as tonfesseVl andul.je tto i ..

the Keystone Heights Bapti I (OFFICIAL SEAL) -\. J. Thomas., I by you StarfcFla any WIlT u. itenaivre
church. Clerk of the Circuit Court This notue shall be puMiirtved of the flea ...| r, I
Py >I> rtle T. Deaver. P"puty ClerkS [ unit- .-.a..h10 f".k fc-r fo".r conseixj- f..r..d shall I. Mated n -
Mrs Blanche Cunningham ana ::::1. 4t ; 11In I !Hue weeks in the I'.radfird CountyITelepreph. i mont will be made- .. n my(

I son Richard. were business caller Circuit C...-..... 1Itt..d ("'-. I I Dated this. 4th day ..f J.ne, 195I time payment 1. 19! 42 i.a--, I, n I" re-fl UKPfiemter "_. .- -- --

in Jacksonville Thursday. Floridnt In ,'ba'rtrT.iotirad (OFFICIAL SEAV i A. J Thomas. or firmn. e harite-s, i I'' i i _. _ ,n .__ -- .
Friends of E. Gnann will be AVtlght. Plaintiff. vMu- I'! Clerk i>1 the ''r..t Court ment apted. frrp.ii.c'-; '. "' 'i.i,,0<
rind Wripht.: eftnd.int. I'.y Mvrtie T. Deader. V"I'UI'h.rk be niride on e-ach saI'I: '%'
glad to know he was able to make ("a** NO !I:::r: 6 I 4t 6 ':J7i merit offered

\, he Order of P.Mlr lUrt and <*.1l >* Ui I 1 > THE rH >Ap.r> ui'I| \ v
I the trip from Tampa where .'ppu-ar i It.. Ihe 4 Irruil <' .art Of t lorlda. I ('I'II: :,<(I lfI I'1-: l i. .
has been confined in a rest home State ..f Florida T.. : Mildrtd I F.lichih Judicial Circuit. !. *.d FOKD c( ir.\TY: : r'' I :: :L 42C
Sint-fctt by ,,,'o..t foo/... ly. several months. He is visiting Wright. who_ I.-Id.lh., i* l"n- { For HnMHord (.uwa4,. la Ck .ccryjJaine. ,(. .'FICIAL SEAL) A "' '0 =
for I Fi
And four-fnt Kicked .."..fu' .....v. iflii.Wfl. I. .- X Iludefl. 1'U.intiff.s .

Two-fnt wit k... but still had mart; his daughter Mrs. D. Glissoni;i i \U are required to appear on .. 'ii PIVOP.I'E
':'July' !l, 15!, in the a1ollAUI..d : 11'; non C Mudpei Defendant. ;
Four-tut took ''''. but tf.lt had four. and family. 1 .
'c. urt and ,'auf''hfuin plaintiff! I \ (iEit i: 10 *W'I\K OTIOK: TU .'PI'E'1t:
Glad to see Mrs. T. Seal and set-ks divorce To: Mipnon C. Hud.,..!. Ana.taIOt'l'fcla In rirroit Court liradford fnutyF1.rS4st
I."radford Coumv Telegraph shallpuluiI.h I. CfeanrerT.Fred .
Cut one doesn't- "hove to think up ndJI! I some of her family are here from 1 1i !,, this Order in next four I] You arc t.er.lv n"11..1 that a K. nrFt. I'la: rfrd -

n order to create difficulties Theee or. I Charlette. N. C. for vacation weekly issues' I suit has been bn.upht ajr al ins: > ou K -npe-i.-r. fi..f.., .i ., ,

robe! enough ot the reol sort Mrs. Seals formerly lived here. Witness mv hand and official>21 In the '!n'ut Court ..f Klorida. Inland (" ., _' n
.11 Siarke. J..I"Tlda. this Ju', And ught now it s doubly ....po.. by I TiVu'Inifrcd K'I.I'

-\/ .. cmesut\ brought ojo.nst\ you fo she went to Charlette to 8 Clerk of said' (""urt.I ( hereby notified that the return Hr.c.\e-r Av-nu Jai- ..

nompte! either result cf wIth her children. I P.y Myrtle I T Deaver. Deputy Clerk. Ida ..f this riotice i s July ?. 1!>5!. 'Count'o New York :\- .> v
as a on Outomo"Ie Charlen H. H**!'. :J04-OS! Ouaranty and shall said date. .f .'. .
\Vatkin : > ou c.n .n.- Tou are hereby rn III ; :
occident cr personal injuries :,..$To.n,.. Mr. and Mrs. William \ Life Blot!! Jad'on1l1EFlorida.. !ja Tvruttfi ci-py of >our dcf.'tise.. if I smt for Dixurieami Cola I HT'I17C

*> ycu: premises" might prove even mot of Jacksonville are spending a Vacation ''Atty for Pit :20 4t 7,11 any upon J C AdkI 15. Jr. attorney ; "...paratu.af.m..nt .. Icoca

:urtn5Om( thon uSuC'' Ifcur hcrre" on,' with Mrs. Watkms' mother. 'In Circuit Court. Krndfxrd COBIHT.'FUridnt | for the plaintiff. at the address. against yc.u in the ; '. o
1 riven: below and Inlm.da.to'thO'rp.! :Court and cause and vte4 -
Io4eGd$ property %.fe destro>ed by fire 'I In Chanreri.Th. .
:Mrs. Ida M. Gentry. after file the original: of the same I to serve a copy of \ '" w
thf rep'otemenl' costs .ou'd proboc'y tIc -< .'ma Karl < 'lieek. Plaintiff. \ I in the office of the Clerk <,f the Circuit icr: pleading to the mm; .n
I l.ui. \\ .in' I'h'-tk. Defendant. Court abo.cr.ur' I I'latntlff's Attr.rn- \ .tk ,
: mere than you CO'd for thenortunoe'y j and Portable I of the the
I Adding 'ace No. {>;; otherwise decree confess will ; Landrum. Starke. Fltd;' 'I I .
a ..
: I pro '
!; '
it is 0 ,'.mp', ond ,inf'pen 1 r, pewrlters sold on time-.-Brad- Order ..< Publlcol .\ ad Notice To be entered against you. The nature the original in the <. iive mctter to modem ie vow '"Saronce t. i I j .tppeaiState obtain .
I and'object of this suit IF to of the Cir 1J; >r
"TIftl .e5erb.dC ccnd.t.jnj.' \%>$iv .,JT to'i k i I !ord County Te1epapb.I ..f .Florida to- LciVare a divorce on behalf of plaintiff. I before. the 14th das I I
Cheek. who e r-'ud.nr- I'"' 3117.Toledano James' :N Hudpel from defendant .otherwise: the allepa d
..'th tK.j i
t ever ejeno\ tc'dct'S : > TO APPEUl Street. X.-w Orleans: I Mignon! C Hud eel Cf.mplamt' will t.... tak-- -

|! I* rire-alt ('.,.rt. Hradford Coaaty.i Louisiana I The Hradfcrd C"unty Telegraph. *d by you
i Florida i IB ChaMeer7.Jennte I You are required to appear on 'a, newspaper published ir> Bradford 1 This notice shall tf' pnn"Mh.-d J
I M. Tambini. Plain iff \ July :21! 1952:!, in the above named i County Florida and of general I once each week for f<-.r nr" jve \ VINEGAR

John .1 Tambini, (Ivfe-nd.int Court And cause, wherein plaintiff circulation therein is hereby de.ip- weeks in the Bradford r, n-v T..1a. JELLY
rase NO *:;2' I Ieeka divorce.
nated the !
AI newspaper to publish graph.
H. C. Wall r \otlee To Appear. KTadford County Tilt-graph: shall this, order o! publication once each Dated thi= 11th day J .,
AgencyConstant T i .Inltn .I Tamliini uh.tse r.--i- I i publish this Order in next four week for four (4) consecutive' I j OFFICIAL SEAL) A J '!"'umas Apple. 2 Lb. Jar
rl dence is: Unknown.Vuu I weekly Issues.Witness! weeks. 1: Clerk rf the Ciitt .- art

are nerD) notified that a my hand and official seal WITNESS the Honorable Jchn A i By Myrtle T. Dearer Dp ".. '''erk
Service Over suit for Divorce has been filed I at Iarkf'. Florida this June 1us H. Morphree and the Honorable A ( .4' 4OTICE

against you In the above named :. Z. Adkins. Judges of the Circuit .
60 Years Court and cause and you are required OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas Court in and for Bradford County "' OF INTF.NTION TOHF.C.ISIKR .. : '.- ". '
of an- A" Clerk f said NMKi -- -- -
to erve a copy your > Court. Florida and A J. Thomas. Clerk of FicriTiot

ewer or pleading to the complaint I By Myrtle T Dea\er. Deputy Clerk. { said Court on this 3rd day of June i Xotice is hereby: : J't....,- -helundersipced \ .
Please .. .- '. Zac-h II :Martin J. Pearl 312 Consolidated under the- -
Phone 146 un ih Plaintiff'I.rn. IAD 1952OFFICIAL V. _
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Liougl.it.! 501 L.)'nch Uuilding Jack- Uuilding Jaokst/ni.lle\ :2:. Florida. ( SEAL) A J. Thorns. cf Ctap'.er 20 S5: LawF.. '" aa. -- '-' -" n "' 4I
j Attys for Pit:0 4t 7/11


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FRIDAY.\F. ; '
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I I 6 III 6 6' 1 !Mrs. Laura Johns Betty JeanVilliams Miss Sharon Hall tapers.': double candelabra holding pink Surprise Shower Farewell Party Gu- -

1t, Given Open House To Wed John G. Sapp I ToVed Edwin LockeIn The guest of honor was presented Given Mary GaskinsA Eugene Frenslt tMrs. :

a place setting from her chosen
On 86th
BirthdayMrs Sunday CeremonyA
t silver pattern from her hostessesas surprise household shower Mrs. Shirley P--' t Visver

Laura Johns way a'), Rtrsr wedding of interest will be a remembranc of the occasion. hononng Miss Mary Gaskins who 'ols\ln and! V'-: H "

honored guest at "Op"n Hm I, the marriage of Miss, Sharon Ar- is to marry James W. Lee tomorrow tt.rtaln'd at .e! thil '
Mr. and Mrs H K. Tyus and. was given at the house of blond! '
!rm four to six o'clock Sund.'': meta Hall, daughter of Mrs Shel- party j S at
Gladys Mooty t in celebration of her SCi'a b'. t th,v lie A. Hall, to Edwin Bradford Mr. and :Mrs. T A. Yawn. Jr entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier Saturday el"'s home !. V, V tll-: '

I I'hone 35 anniversary at the homo II i \'ie Locke. SK3, US. Navy. Green Wednesday evening at evening.Mrs. honoring M t, t ,I' }1-
i the Bll Reddish cottage on Kir.gs- who left Trl" ,
Muriel Beech h t '
and Mr. -
son-in-law and daugnltr Mr I Ii i Cove Springs son of Edwin B.
__________ 1 111----------4 ley Lake. The party was honoring Keith Reddish were co-hoste- 1, ,: Xa-h\ :;', ii,
MrErrol Alvarez.A = of
Locke ,
Boston Mass and Mrs Miss
Moncrief and ,
her fiance. :: !"
co-host .
with Mrs.
Julia Eilene Lawson \Veds Joseph Allen JordanIn profusson of summer Hildnd Locke of North Hampton Robert Underill. and aLo a fare- } \, Louis H. CUtcliffe Ro"ll'r.fl1 A" t' trruve 1"jU1.1' t'''',
ers were set at point of inti <\ X H. to be solemized Sunday well for ot :

Lovely Ceremony At First Baptist Church throughout. the Alvarez! honk '. : .e"I Junt 29 at 4:30: o'clock in Caldwell party who will June leave and for Peg Ven mston Prizes, Ala. directed the games t?! .",ivanta I'r .'lIi;.' It d..!ii! .
were won by Miss ESII:i. .
yty. gladiOli predo'ii'.r.ating.! i the First Methodist Church. Officiating tura. Calif the first week in July Lt ,'::1.T. .-
rq :MKate! Strain yreet-il th a: the ceremony will bf Swimming was enjoyed the Green, Mrs Ruby. Ga>noe, an ,':-h'I h..1.

,. ;quests it thJ door and Mr; L..1 Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell. early part of the evening after Grady Varne.sThe '.. : tl1 of ra: atu'a.I. "
the to thl'u"'t'lvmg I It bnde-elect has which a delicious bride-to-be ii'ieue.i! .11 a-
Daspresent'd guests II The chosen asher buffet supper :. I th 11'
line composed of Mrs. I, maid of honor, Miss Frankie was served. sorted selection of lovely gift? Devi;, n \\ !the! ; ,

: L Alvarez Mi*. Joins; and Sirs Jo\J. I Morgan. The bridesmaids well be The bride-elect and bridegroomelect which were presented to her by A Hess, !11! \\ .i-

xis Virginia A. JI'oii.r.Mis.:: Her- I I j Ihs Elizabeth Crawford Mrs. were presented a piece of Miss Margaret Ann Cutcliffe on during the 0\ hr'i .

ber Dahl kept the guest book an'l Carolyn Redgrave Mrs Garnita thir chosen china and the Misses a white ca rrIel essvt" t11! 1 1", pro s

MrsV. G. Ha! and Miss Myrtle Parker and Miss Peggy Armstrong June and Peggy were presetted The roomas attiactivehdecorated MisKie'is', ,
personal sifts from with aster s and zmn.as: iit
their hostessesin
Reddish were 11. charge of the I of Birming tam, Ala. Theflower : tit t many Kneiy IInllI..'" 1
Ii i remembi ance of the occasion Mrs. Rosier was assisted in
gift Serving punch during'he girl will be the bride-elect'f from the assembled
appointed hours were MrA., The wedding of Miss Betty Jean cousin, Vonnie .Hutto of Jackson Enjoying the affair were Tyus. serving her guests/; b\' Mrs Ted gust

F Sauls. Mrs. I. n. Bro-.en: Mrs Williams, daughter of Mr. and!' ville Caldwell. Yawn and Mom!'( tani- Sutlt7.Mr l Odor: Caimuhael.Mi i oiisisted! of a tit l.i i u.kr i '
: B \V Curry ant\ Mis:: Mary P.cth Mrs W. H. Williams of State Best man for the bridegroom flies and the P D Retidisn: and 1 Keith: Reddish! and! Mi.. L.-i:..-. i .. ind! !pi..t\ : "'.. .r.' ,
Farm, to John Green Sapp, son''': Bill Reddish! famihe- ,' '
t. elect will be Phil Contner ot H (Cu i htti' The! r't-1'I'I! u'- ne'i t' -
LanA of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Sapp of
lovely embossed two-tier! Eellsontaine Ohio and the ushers
I 1 buy'hday cake centered the buffet Raiford, will be an event of will be M C. Wells, 0 P. Hutto
} Thursday evening, July 3 at 2
balanced by attractive arrangements Tillman Hutto and CharlesParker.
of roses and snapdr.lgtJnslPunch o'clock in the Raiford Baptist .
'iI .; ? church Rev John Strickland
; was served from two tables Following the ceremony rt "
will perform the double CUT FOODCOSTS
aj < with the bowls set in ne.ts of ,mony. ring cere ception will be held III U.t! < d: : o

fern recreation building.
No invitations are issued
ari Those also ass'sting' in servingwere being No invitations are be.r.r -t ;
i but all friends and relatives of the .
Mrs. Nete-m Green, Miss but all friends and r. !l.it t \ > *
couple are invited to attend. i /.
p 1 Oletta Green. Mrs. Titus Olson' invited to attend.

4 Mrs Edna Prevat', Mrs. T. (V I I

iSI Hazen. Jr., Mrs. Lester Kite Mrs. l'lrs. W. B. Dowling] Three Parties Honor ::-1/

I Colon Thomas and Mrs Mamie Given Stork Shower
... .'I I Miss Doris Moncrief
I- It z I .,; ,.,;,. II |
; t Approximately 200 quests call Mrs E. M. Edwards of Daytona
.1 I
: I I ed during the appointed tours Beach entertained at a lovely j Miss Dom Mom rief:, \\ :.' "<
tc I
marriage to John Unilenll! ',Ml!
; stork shower
,"," !i' the churc'i educational building honoring Mrs. W.Saturday B. Dowling evening at be an event of this exer.inphi. .' Dressed & Drawn Quick Frozen, Baking

The reception room was decorated day) at 7.30 o'clock m the F.f-;
the Dowling home .
on Cherry
with tall baskets of white gladio.! tist Church, has been the .->; .

( .y R carnations and ch:.\Osanthe.1' street. tion for many lovely part!i :l' : i n.

mums flanked by palms and na I Appropriate games were played past week. c

live greenery. dunng the evening and prizes .frd. L. H. Outlaw alII.1: M I Lb
won by Mrs. R. F Prather and
w The bride's table, covered with, L. Thomas were host. SM s .-' a II ENSGmdeA4LbAvg

i a white linen cutwork cloth and Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr. miscellaneous shower for ti! I>''>t IM''u-:
s Attractive arrangements of
centered with a three-tiered em-1 I lar bride-elect Monday ivenn. il'<

bossed cake, topped with a minia-j i. early summer flowers were placed! the Baptist Recreation HMMH

ture bride and groom. Flankingthe to advantage around the Dowling A color scheme of v nil ,ii-1.

cake were lighted hand made I I home for the occasion. white was achieved in t11t'> .'i 1.-'

tapers embossed with roses and !, :\Ir,;. Dowling was the recipient: floral arrangements III.l -oiiun; }.

of many lovely and useful gift the room with yt'llogladll,11, ,I" >
lily of the valley in silver candel Dressed & Drawn Florida
MR. AND MRS. ALLEN JORDAN above from the guests. Ii"'
JOSEPH; are pictured after arrangement of twenty shasta daisies centering in"
abra. A graceful
their marriage lat Thursday afternoon by the Kev. L. 1) liainev '1 Mrs. Edwards was assisted in covered refreshment tabh] T .<
the A
Grade Lb
white brides roses completed to Avg
serving buffet refreshments by centerpiece ,was flar.ked b\ -i': FRYERS E S 2 3 49C
The First Baptist Church war fastened In the back vith sill setting. the guests at the Mrs. Mae Edwards. i holders with yellow taper
the setting Thursday afternoon at satin buttons extending from the Greeting II I Mr9. J. II. Moncnef .,f Sr T.i!i. Lb.
Mrs. M. L. Lawson and .
5:30 o'clock, for a lovely and Impressive neckline to a point below the door was Lawson Buffet Farm, mother of the blld,"< '
'I line was the Supper
ceremony in which Miss waistline. Ht'r'eil of sheerest in the receiving presided over the punch h, >' :

Julia Ellene Lawson, daughter' bridal illusion fell from a halo of .,. bride and groom, members of th" Honors Young Couple Greeting the guests at the ii.-.i! AZI.E \ t tF

Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Lawson and lace beaded with seed pea!?. The wedding party and the parents of were Mrs Outlaw, and M.-s M I, r- I
Joseph Allen Jordan, son of Dr. bride carried a prayer book topped 1 I the bride. Cutting the cake was :'all', and Mrs H A. Lawson crief. S All Meat 1 Lb Cello 49C
and Mrs. A. B. Jordan of Pensa- by a purple throated orchid Mrs \V. B. Mundy and presiding were host and hostess Wednesday The hostesses presented: r Ill. II

cola, were united in marriage. with showers of lily of the valley. i at the punch bowl was Mrs. \V. J. evening of last week at a buffet honored guest with a CIVM t.j il I I' r-

Officiating at the double-ring The bride chose for her maid of Dodd The bride's book was kept supper following the wedding rehearsal sole set as a memento ot>i t ihi <", -

ceremony was Rev. L. D. Haines. honor her sister, Miss Agnes by :Miss Eleanor Hall. Also assisting of Joseph Jordan and casion. Golden RipeBANANAS
in serving were Mrs. Lex their daughter :Miss Julia Ellene Invited to call at the ntj .' t t. II!
The church was handsomely and the bridesmaids were
Green, Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mr*. Lawson. whose marirge was an hour were 50 guests
decorated with tall baskets of the bride's sister Miss Elizabeth Lbs
white gladioli, asters, carnation!I Ann Lawson and Joanne Silcox Jim Lawson, Mrs. Maxie farter, event of Thursday, June 19. !j I -- 2 25C
and pom-poms. Two seven- Miss Agnes Lawson wore a blue and the Misses Shirley Shaw, The buffet table was overlaid On Tuesday evening from 7 ::Cllt.
Benton, Aliese 9 o'clock Miss Moncrief was: hon.ored
Patsy cloth
Joan Tenly hand crocheted
branch candelabra were placed at gown of shadow organdy embroidered a lovely
Lawson, Helen Haines, Carolyn and centered with an attracli'earrangemem at a miscellaneous shower at
each side of the altar. Flankingthe with white. It was designed
the home of Mrs. R. P. MiTClendon -
and Pat Sieg.
Edwards; of fruit and
were with fitted bodice with Large
floral arrangements a a ,
time with at State Farm. Hostess s tIll
palms and other native greenery i, sweetheart neckline and a full After spending a silver susan. I the affair Mrs E F Mile
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Enjoying the affair were members were Yellow// Lbs
The family were marked billowing skirt. Tie bridesmaid
pews New Mrs. J. C. Wallace Mrs RON Cha--
wedding trip to Mrs. ONIONS S 3 2SC
with bows of maline with clusters wore gowns of pink and lilac left for of the wedding party
The bride chose for Canova. :Mrs. Lex Green teen, Mrs!' Louis Dean, MiH C
of button chrysanthemums. !i shadow organdy, similiar to that Jersey. L A
traveling a frosted shantung suit. Rev. and Mrs L. D. Haines anda Ku'eraIrs, Jim Bitch, MiJ1 I
As the wedding guests were of the maid of honor poised over
complimented with Navy and few close friends. Fancher. Sr. and Mrs MK'li nil,>n
of nuptial taffeta skirts. The at
seated, a program matching I
with an orchid Bright Sail
music was offered by Mrs. L. A.I I, tendants all carried bouquets of white accessories A pink and white color m n;'

Canova and the Baptist Quartette 1''| pink asters in a nest of green corsage. will AV.S.C.S. MeetsI I was effectively earned out ". \I'M' '/2 Gal.'

The traditional wedding marchc maline with a similar arrange. I After June :29! the couple DeWitt C. I i I floral decorations highlight::.Ii-: t 1.u' BLEACH 19C
make their home in the Methodist W S
1 of the
used. ment in their hair. I ,,
were where the : home Pink and white \.11.:" 11
The bride's brother, Charles Mrs. Lawson, mother of the Jones apartments C S. with MisL A Kavi.s. leader
mortician flowers centered) the NNiiit l "']'"
Lawson, served as best man for I bride, chose for her daughter' groom is an apprentice will meet! Tuesday momma: at I
'1. in the Jones funeral home. tiii. home\ oIf Mis I L I > Viing .ofered! tea table and 'A .t- ?n: r.' '.
were Cut Rite
the bridegroom. The ushers wedding, a stunning frock of chiffon guests were Mr
L. N. Beckham of Gainesville,!!1: made on flowing lines ir Out-of-town
of 1
Jr .l
Harry Green and Leonard Noegelcf tones of aqua. T.ie dress was designed and Mrs. C. II. Register, Detroit Roll
Pam Kellum of WAX PAPER E 23C
Starke. I i with a matching bolero of lIf

Tie bride, who was given in!'i chantilly lace trimmed in seed Mich., Mrs. Leila Bluett Jr of
I Mrs. F. B. Beard, kCLYAhLt&Took
marriage by her father, chose for pearls. She wore long matching Miami, John H.

her wedding a gown of panay satin I gloves and her corsage was of Green Harold Cove Springs Johnson, Elise C. Ballards

and chantilly loce. The high I shattered pink carnations. Meier, Mrs. ..
C. Jones,
neck bodice was fashioned of lace!! The bride's grandmother, Mrs.C. Jones, DeWitt lid and Miami hittl I t tl'' ,
Charles H. Denny o. Charles Denny refuge from the tun PlorSR! Lbs
inserts outlined with seed pearl I H. Register, was gowned in Jr., Jean Cruz and Hughe- H. heat late t'other afternoon III one :Mukand: .hmim IViMK i < LOUR 5 49C

with long sleeves that tapered to dusty rose nylon and wore a Register all of Gamesil1eliss of our cool theatres came: out these parts they'vt h.'it: >i: t.t ..

the wrists. A panel of the lace I j I shoulder corsage of shattered blue Linda Shiver, of Waycr Ss. Ga., nicely refreshed several hours Miami Springs where Jinunh.i
1 C. Wilson ofSt. later went to Red's to get the taken a position as ph.ini.u: : .l:
and Mrs. George
extended down the front of the carnations Mr.
Warren car serviced and in a Pharmoce there Foss
skirt which fell m detp folds to a Immediately following the i ere Pete"burg and J. happened to note ,
the thermometer which Margie Dowling has had regal court train. The gown moray a reception was held in Title of John-town, Pa. registered
111 degrees and have been sick from her brother f'Jt h,Ker: Lb. Jar

... ib .. .. ... Mathews that he has non: c! >, APPLE JELLY 2 25C
.r- LJo... ,M. L -- .. .. -. ""'- ... ever since if this keeps. UD. I'm
r -ti:'- Suing to take this portable downto discharge at Camp Cat-on < < >

the end of soniebodx's pier and Dot Reese sure \\.t- r', tt.i!

set up sop nice weather toe one day last week win.!\ r'i'i-h i> .'
lc Sale On
bnowmc for mumps hear Jane Adams phoned her from Tnk\
has just gotten over them and saying he was being t r.t:,-:. ; ':
1 Marc and Bruce Jackson, Betty to Iwo Jima and expt'ti'ie' I.'. t t., NAPKINS I S 2 Pkgs 13C
A Ann Simmons and Edward Jackson sent back to the stat ,n A-; t ,
are still down with them . Mar River Stuhb.1: .'.

COMPLETE BRIDAL SERVICE glad to hear John Godwin is home Margaret Rose Duncan will -;i' .:

from his siege at St. Vincent next week at the I'M 'h, 'M r .... Sultan

Invitations Wedding arrangementsand still kind of wobbly but gaining i i camp O'Lena. near I.ak. (' ;t\

Virgie Flynn has been on the batching it at St. Aug B.II,1: Lb CansLibbyV

planning are given as a sick list too the past week with I weekend were Mini I .r' .:! : PORK AND BEANS 2 19C

an infected throat sorry tc Jacqueline Moorer. Fr.i t

hear Florence Lyons had a heart j and June Patel .

courtesy attack last week and is confinedin See Phyllis Strickland! = "

the Daniel Unit hospital in Jax tarying in the W. A ::;Il.llt.

from nice to hear that struction co. on Court" .--X':
I j. Wesley Andrews Lb Can
i returned home Benton is replay ;uc "
Saturday Patsy CORN BEEF HASH 30C
OUR BRIDE'S DEPT. from Glendale hospital where he Bennett at Ducky'ft.- '.:,t'

underwent an operation two weeks also working at Ducky ,.n :s .0

'. ago and winding up the sick urday is Jimmie Momr.tf, :
Mr Jeannette Kincaid Brides'wil list this week hear that Charlene also have a big reopcm-.i 'r.-: Assorted Flavors

:! Hardy had to return home early weekend Douglas, Chark-! ,,: ii!

,\, ultnnt ;. --' -: :v t.:1rOo from the 411 camp at Cherry Lake Eldon Hardy will be I'i"[" I.1 : r Pkgs
K 0 0 L--AID I 6 25C
.: with tonsilitis. business at the Fue'f'1': : ':

co Maxie Carter. Jr. left Sunday and Dodge-Plymouth Ag' r--

with the St. Augustine Nat'l Guard day Friday( I on N. Tt'1.jl! ;L. e

unit for 2 weeks training at Fort hear Madge Maid'vti: : !! LibbvV

McClellan, Ala. sorry to hear Barbara Braezelle were! -: :: ttlie

two more families are leavingStarke first of the week ..' C\ .:.ar OzCan

ROBERTS JEWELRY to make their homes elsewhere Keys sure hate t< '-\ PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 27C
ht- a--
Gene and Carlene Frena- and Ruth: Morse leave ;

ley left Thursday for Nashville. they're leaving the f.--' '' :

Tenn. and Martha and Earl Futchare their newly purchased h "!r "= &'
Price* In 1hi< \d Kffetti\
r our Friendly Jucelcr"PHONE leaving soon for Tampa Fancy Gap Va.-th' y'.: lc r. Kin Through

hear the Baptist choir held a three months fl< r ,. "' ,- t Libby's Vienne June 26iA&PFOOD

1.1311'. CALL ST. 260 STAKE_ FI.1 ..\. | farewell party and water-melon- Seymour and Betty Bunie': % -O1 ----------- --- -------- ---- "

I. ,cutting at the Dr. Houpts Wed. run the Morse's Cresct-/ C -:

Gorham Wallace Toiclc International F. M. HVii/xi/gr Silver eve. after practice for both couple during their absence a..1 1i. .,.r- SAUSAGE 3 Cc !' STOREThe
1. hear Eddie Hartmann and guerite Hall will tnA' i 'p

Tiffin Duncan Miller Crystal Frank Dryden are up in Chicagcthis things rennizg at the Red Cross \ r.reat AtlantIc and Piclflc Tea Co.

week attending the Furniture office .well that sef".= t'
'Bavarian Syracuse Royal Jackson China : Entire Contents Copyripfcu-d, 1950
Mart F. D. Key, mgr. of the wind the little black bo< k : r
up .. ----________________________ : 300 East Call ?t.
| A iP is going to spend his vacation this week--see you in the r. xt \
'.. ... -.,.. .J.' a- i. "" ->. -->. -m *"fc > "*! the next 2 weeks in Stuart Car',!yr.

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Hazen Becomes !i Mr<. J. C, Diggs and daughters 1'I i Protestant Leaders" with Mrs In Clrrnit Court. Bradford IOIIMK

:Miss: Ruth Diggs and :Mrs: NeomiPasial. Carl Wynn assisting.Mrs. PUrliUi I. fhsvr

': Freshman Star !. of Jacksonville were F. F. Stump served refreshments JamrfI'mr Mary <" Mil.Mil,I.an.. an flam'I I', r.,""

f. eJ guests Tuesday afternoon at the to the 12 members it..", \
cJna home Order Of Miration.. %.. '\.tl' i I..
of Mrs J. W. White. The present during the social hour.
For tppMr Stmtr
Gator NineJack ; Of FtorUa Tn''
late P..eJ.. C. Diggs was pastor .la nits (tsar M. l.mn. ...H..-
of the MethcxV'st Church here Circle 1 ot the Presbyterian dente i.. I'nKncxx
C-IN Ir. r.<"
Hazen a familiar l.f., non several years ago. Women of the Church met recently lul\ ."> t""..' pp.,
.uuu I local at the home *VIM I a.M.I I i
baseball chamon .. of Mrs. J. R. I'
L-r ssrrrrsssrSSfl-tr4 i I'I ) : -t 'k'\ tl I s.., I..'
the met with outstanding:; success i Mi iii.l! Mr*. Donald McRae Kite.Mrs. i' .,lilt n n.\PT. .
Lawson is! spending
Mr and Mrs Gordon Weest Sonny ,
\I. UT..II .
Montrie. Ga. wit'i his hi? bih jump from high school i- .j 1 Mi and Mrs E.1.. Davis K. G. Duncan 'hllrm'lpresided :' I ..- I
and Bettie and Louise summer in
daughte, .
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. American Legion play to cone-; ,. .steles at the annual ,, <1\ l'r th, shoe t bu-me-- II
and son B :.y of Miami and Mrs. grandparents ,
Lawson.Dr. baseball. In his first year at 'Il' 1 : !riial carrier meeting at meeting Mr Evelyn Coupe ,
T. F Brown of Hampton werguests
University of ,,, had charge of the and .
Florida he was -I.> \V. \in! s Club last Saturday program 1 :-1 \1:
Tues : )
of Mrs. D. \V. Moore
th.! i ustrious! gave a Bible study on the fir-t \, .1.1e \
day of last week. i 1 and Mrs. Calvin Houpt have tar that hr 11.! ":: A covered diSh supper I ... .
had as guests Mrs. R. A. Hayes ie-e; r year ago. \ I' :'. .. A desert course I; ,' \h ,
I' Hazen was served bxhe j.tu I i
Mrs. C. F. Miller of Orange 'of Fort Worth, Texas and Mrs saw mound duty t ,j. hostess \ I": ; I'

turp, S. C. and Mrs. J.V.. Rad. A. J. Douberley and son, Dale recently in the N'CAA hstr"' hour. during tbr social! In I"hr < 'in.nil < onri LI riuml i
Saturday playoffs Mr and Mrs A. K Thomas of iKbth: Jndifiul t ir. 'mi." In X .,,
and in which
Ga. this: of Lakeland on Friday Florida (ion '.. ,
ford of Camac, are guests I.ii' Bradford < nni < I In < hiin.i '
and! Mrs. Nettie Morgan of peted against Rollins.: Duki. Miamiere! w-'ekeml! guests utMr ', i:, ii F H.rt i" '
I week of the L. S. Hutto family. ano Circle :2 m t \\ (ifld.!.; v eve : ,.,.' rt.-f rtml I \1]
Tennessee and Mrs. C G. Barksdale
Tallahassee on Sunday. I Ii I Hazen opened in rung, June 11. at : 'i< home f Mrs h.v x, '. n'I .
Mrs. Hildred Locke of North i i:i !I I series for the Gators but JI \\ hue enroute to Claraden, Ark.Coa..h Robt. Chapma i i

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Evans and to Hollins to put the Gators Miss Mint t or 'ri i i \I i 'i \s. 1 1 i. -
Hampton. N. H. arrived Tuesdayand I I one Stump pit-'iletl! 1\ er the '
Bill of Memphis. Tenn. were :i: down in the double elimination, and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and \ .. \I'.
Edwin B. Locke of Boston, son, .I meeting: in the absence of Mrs .t I .
and Mrs. tournament. r.uldien spent Sunday at St \ ,. .
Mass. arrived Thursday to attend Saturday guests of Dr. Ruby Shepherd who has resignedas "Tln "

the wedding of their son Brad H. H. Adams. 1 The next day he helped defeat Augustine Beach. chairman. Mrs. W. T. Jackson 'I! : 'Ii I
I ,I. ,.
Locke to Miss Sharon Hall or. I, ,I the hame Rollins team, and on tin was appointed to take Mrs! \I .i 1 I .c I'I
Sunday. They are the guests of Judy Duke of Miami is spending strength of this win Florida advanced Mrs. Bessie Green of Live Oak Shepherd's place as chairman. .1. iI\ .'II. a-t'!,. I
uncle uathe guests on Monday of Mrs "I. .
weeks with her : tIiu \
Mrs. Shelhe Hall mother of the several into the finals with Duke Refreshments were served durinp II St.I I. I Ii' \

bride-to-be while here. i! and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Florida then lost to Duke in A Wesley Andrews. the social hour by the hostess o! \ l..r. I. ._. :" '
elOe1: -3 '..
i Duke. contest which dec'! 111,1'I I
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Armstrongof the championship. Mrs J. M. Brownlee returned ",?.., -, ',' t .
i Sr. and front Metier Ga. last week andis 'CHII.t: OK I\TK\TIO\, t.i.,.1 t 111) j., '
Birmingham, Ala. are spending Mrs E. J. Dowling The Brooker pitcher .., rn:'.I 'nn: 'II'TITIO('% \ "II' .. J",)
I compiled! .S le'4' &. with Mrs. J. E. WilsonMr. .... .If"!-.1 I II
1(4. staying xI: h"I' 'I.v ,
Hal! Long and daughter I' th..n Ih.t I. ,
this week with Miss Sharon Mrs. Eugene six wins i i- r "' t.
against "
no losses at and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow 'II"'I"I, I, r iht |IK x "- t" .I., .
twc \q4.i ,
and mother, Mrs...Shellie Hall. i Mary Ann. are spending Gainesville this year t') lea'l iht Ju'k Ha/en, liMcar-old (jille lung \\onder from, P.rook.T, fini..ht'lup ..r "h.' 'i'\ '. r. J' !1..1"i "..1 I F ," i I
Farm ,
of State are spending ,
Conn. visiting \ !f !t' '
in Greenwich, \\ -t. > .
I weeks S. E. C. charr 'ions in the pitch.ng a st<'li ar sas )n \\1(11 the Fiii er'.ilv ot I Inrula' l II\ pit lung i\\o games weeks at the Weeks mttagt 1S rio) i 'E, .1 .
Weekend guests of Mrs. T. M. their daughter and sister department. agaist. !:ulin.! in the Xt'di..trkt. ... two I I I'l: .,.it. ,1 1 ., -. :. I II II p' 1 II \ ; ,
plaIIII. Ha/cn i is -I I ,
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I R I M. Lee and also taking i nou plajing: on Kingsley Lake I I- If. I. t..
Hutchings and Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. R. Hazen also led the University: .nli-pro ha.I.all. in ('Ia rL'..\ille, \u. .. '; i,1-, i., .,, ,. :' 'I." I : ",'
R. .Hutchings were Miss Montie Mary Ann to the John Hopkin pitchers in n,n."i. "' T !.. i M. '. .,.,,1', "I 11''h.,, i mill,.. tl
strikeouts, and he Mrs. J. H. Fields and son .. Ii- Ill I III!.ill, '-
Doris Sites I'hospital in Baltimore, Md. for a was Post 56 \lh: hi.I i. ._. .! C t.i,. ',. .. ., .
Mrs. to
Hutchmgs and only .001 of a percentage third place in the state Bradford he lettered in fjjtball. Charles and Mrs. W. M. Haight S '1"1 1 \ i -' I I". u I VI '
(,f Gainesville, and Mr. Harold check-up. behind point championship tournament list: basketball, and baseball for three 'I fix, i i ,I',II II--
pitcher Dick Brown II' of Jacksonville attended a family I'. "I L.: I I Il
l" I I .
Carden of Pensacola. earned year. Hazen's feat! at bat equalled! years. ,. "" MI
runs. Brown was at Lake Panasoflkee su I I. I II .
Mi.ldletop named reunion : I I II
Mrs. B. C. "
| Mr. and his success on the pitcher's mound Hazen I I" .
to the second Southeastern I I married the former weekend. I II II I
I Conference the
Mr and Mrs. Pete Booras and of Atkinson Ga. and Mr. and all-star team. and he finished the season at Clara Thomas recently, and they over I I I

Frances and Bruce Durden of Mrs. Perry Middleton of Brunswick 1 BUS with a .355
batting I
average. are now living in Clarksville. Va. .'
Hazen Mr and Mrs. Fred .
weekend with) was Bradford ."" -
toe the HighSchool's -
Jacksonville Beach spent Ga. spent Hazen is an all-round athlete. Hazen is playing semi-profes. weekend) -

wkend with Mr and Mrs. J. H. Dr. and Mrs W E Middleton ir leading pitcher and he and is playing football for the !I sional baseball in Clarksville title son of Fernandina were

I Ritch at Kingsley lake. Starke and at cedar Kejs.H paced Starke's American Lgin Gators as well as baseball. At summer guests of Mr. and Mrs. herbert : I
Mrs Merrill Edwards and -- PURE E SERVICE STORE

.-'. dren spent Wednesday chil'l Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McDowelland Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy

sonville visiting Mrs. in ..... two children of Jacksonvillewere were tailed to the 411 camp at Baptist Circles Hold

THEATRE mother, Mrs. James Kinchen. I his dinner guests Tuesday nghtof : Cherry1 Lake Thursday of last Monthly Meetings ._ _. _. PHONE 1 1X9
grandfather. J. and week ...
Uglow. -
tl to get their daughter. Char. --- --- ._i

H STARKE Mi and Mrs. Guy Andrews his aunt Mrs. C. F. Ward. lene. who was sick with tonsillitis During Coming \Veek ('or Madison) and *>(I. \\ alnut tarkl'. 1 Ha.WHITEWALL .

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and and also to take home Betty

j and Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing Mrs. R.o'. Prather attended the Ann Simmons who had come dowr I i i, Circles of the Baptist W. u* .\ 1.1. SIZES
Dedicated To Community Service attended the Fellowship dinner
wedding rehearsal party for the with the mumps. will hold their monthly meeting at
"Movies Are Better Than E\er" j of the Rotary Assembly at the week
wedding in Jacksonville the following pla'es next NEW TIRES

Blanche Hotel in Lake City Sunday Tuesday evening of lastweek. Kay Rowland is spending several ; The Lorene Kpperson: ircle MisB.

I Sat., June 28-ONLY Wed., July 2-ONLY evening. weeks with her brother-in. T. Thomas, leader. will nwt'twith

law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Mrs George STOCK
Mr and Mrs.V.. E. Dowling J. Sr. :is ('O-
Mrs Epperson.
the' Mrs. W. A. Stern and Mis Dwight Marshall
The MANPLANET The THRILLING CASE of and family attended a family reunion in Apalachicola hostess. Tuesday afternoon at ::
I Louise Stern left Tuesday for Friends of Mrs. Ara Moitt wil
in Palatka on Sunday. I o'clock. RECAPS r NOW
COMMANDO GANGSTERS Abingdon. Va. where Miss Sterr regret to hear that she has been Fowler click MiMavi.. AVAILABLEIN

EXCLUSIVE! will be the guest of Miss Nell confined to her bed with illnes" Dai-'y
F. C. Hollingsworth sold Carter leader. will meet with MisCarten
Time Comb for month while her
Itt a the past several da\s.
On The Screes I Charles Peterson of Aroma Park, at her Kin sl'y Lake home WHITEWALLS
mother Mrs. Stern, will returnto
111 one acre and home on Highway at 3 o'clock TuesdayIda .
Starke today. JammieVorl"yof Clemson College Mrs \\ .>sleAndrews \
AND 301. near Joe's Grill, recently
i tnnn
and Aiken, S. C. -
cawMtncrw Jf_' E A. Strout Agency handled the i was visiting leader. will meet! at the
Miss Ruth Edwards returned his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paulk and
GENE AUTRY i to her duties as student nurse at Claude Crowson from Wednesday Mrs Ira Wilson as hostesses at 4

..d.0IAMrI0HTfE i St. Luke's hospital on Sunday to Saturday of last week .
ft I Dianne and Nelson Ritch Jr. 3 o'clock Tuesday.
M'G-M PRESENTS i after 23 day's vacation with her while enroute to McDill Field. Dora Alderman circle, Mr
OlD ,lof Hialeah are spending some parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ed Tampa for advanced R. O. T. C. Flynn, leader will ,meet with MisR. WIRE FENCE SALE 4

WEST.erland 1 I IAJ WALTER PIDGEON Carrie time Wit Ritch.their grandmother, Mrs i wards.i training.Mrs. A. Thomas. Tuesday at 3 I <

o'clock.. 4
Serial With Kit : Calling:!, -
and :Mrs. H. C. Broadwayand C. A. Long and Mrs. C. L.Sayles i Helen Masters circle, Mrs F B .4
t'arson ,:So.. 12" Mr. and Mis. C. C. Hoppe and MrCalvin \ ONE WEEK ONLY .4
t BuHdqgDrummondCOS'MKW I children are spending twc of Miami arrived here Beard. leader will meet with -
son.; Jimmy, of Tampa spent the
1'lu.H Cartoon "Slopy Jalopj Tuesday. 2:30 o'clock TIIt's-
weeks at Ruby Johns' cottage on Mrs. Long will visit Houpt at : 4
MARGARET ROBERT i weekend and Mr. and Mrs. George friends .4
Santa Fe. in Jacksonville for a few day.

MRS. JNO. TOUODE UIGHTON BEATTY : :1 Jones of Atlanta. Ga. spent Mon days while Mrs. Sayles will visit : Doruj! Knight circle. 11t.,;. T K I 4 4
: day with Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Beginning Monday June 30th 4
Sun., Mon. And Tues. An M.G-M Picture Mrs J. W. Kincaid. E. U. Jones and son, Alan, of Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman McClane, leader. will meet Tuesday 4
June 29, 30, July 1 anderson: visited Mrs. W. B. for two weeks before going tc evening; at 8 o\lo k in tru -4

Ia Alexander and daughter, Wilma her summer home in Little Switzerland Educational Building >' .4
Threellig!: 'sHEPBURN Also Mrs. E. D. White and :
Cartoon "Monkey l.el\t" I Mrs. N. C.
on Sunday. Business 'omens Cm It will
Hattie 'ole of Atlanta, Ga. are I 4 POINT BARBWIRE \
meet July 7 at 8 o'clock in the 10.95

; A. II. HENKY II visiting Mrs. W. F. Godwin an<3Mrs. i The Misses Mary Ann Krosho- Mrs. E. A. Hall and daughter, Educational Building. *1 .4
W. J. Chandler.
i '!'vetz and Teresa McNeil of Inkc- Shirley, and son, Robert, are Tht. Young Peoples Rally win..h >. 4 4

I, stel', Mich and Ann Wilt of Ypsi- visiting in Plainfield N. J. and was to have }wen held l at BavlesHighway
Thur. Fri. Juh'lt Miss Ann Wilt and two co- I
o : workers from Kaiser.Fraser of. lanti, Mich were luncheon guests Washington D. C. Shirley will has been postponed from 8-32-6. 12 / FIELDFENCE 17.95 \

WI..Ia BIOS Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. remain in Plainfield while her July :3 to July 9. Marshall Ku. a 3

: RANDOLPH i thes. near Detroit. Mich are visiting Miles. mother and brother will return i Chinese !student from Wax/ la ml! .4

Miss Wilt's grandmother, around the first. College. Texas will be the! speak p.' 4.4f
I j'1 Mrs Lemuel Colson and points .
Mrs. Nelma Keen and daughter er.
South this week. Mr. E 1O-46-6..12 /2 FIELD FENCE 22.50 2I
; Carolyn recently visited Mrs. and Mrs. II. H. Ford and I

titi'W :' Kecn's other daughter and family, daughter, Miss Beth Ford d: PresbyterianVomen p. 4
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Edwards .
wit WASSEI Mr. and Mrs. H McConnell and Lakeland were weekend ol 4
;; iLlli ; guests .
4Ec1coi< ;;; .;.1111!..t lUll S and children of Daytona Beach Met Tuesday NightThe .4
: children, in Kansas, Mo. J. Uglow and Mrs. C. F. Ward I 4

Also IJIU-M Xt"\\ Plus CartiM "I Iapp| > Col.Mer" spent a few days last w'ekiU1 They were joined Sunday b> I 13-46-6 12 / FIELD FENCE 26.50 <
Mus 'artoon "Off To Opera" Mrs. Mae[ Edwards and Mrs. W : i IF Robert 1'1.. hytPI'ial''oml'n of r th' .
,j Mrs. Gary Ennis of Tampa Ford who was on his way .
B Dowling. church held their monthlx' meeting '4
IF spending a few days here this to Lakeland from a visit at hisister's
YUU FIND: OUR: :NAMK: CONCIULKI: IX THK BLAXIH.VfDKIVK I'' I Tuesday evening in the Sun t 5
week on business and visiting in Lamars Iowa.
IX OR FLORIDA THEATRE ADS Cl'T1) Ol'T,1): PKE- Mrs J. F. Robb and children day school rooms.

SENT IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FRKE: TICKETS returned to their home in Char I, friends. Miss Connie Knight of Keton The executive hoard met at, 7 3d I B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO. \

lotte. :'. C. over the weekend j ->'i lock when the budget lor tit
{ Mrs. J.V.. Prather and Heights was the weekend guest ol,
after two weeks with "ar \\'11"lImpl..ttd." .
spending Anita and Harvey of Pasadena Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney > I'HONM) ; :2\\! \ \ I
STAKhi{ :. 'II f \ .
'Mrs. s
Fay Gill. The ge-ietal inett'ng: 'n.> :st t
BLANDING DRIVE-IN i Calif. arrived Wednesdayto The McKinneys also had as Sunday r- -4
orloikxlth Mrs K M I IimIltvis : 1"
spend a month with Mrs. Par. guests, Mrs. R. E. Hazen and I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJLAAAAA1AAA11AA1AAAAAjo
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwardrvisited I I) pu" nl. < iit |1'I.d\1: Mi t >___ _
ther's mother, Mrs. A. F. Saulf j I daughter Mary Frances of Brook.
Italirated To Mois Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edward :' W E l DuvAlr'i; h.i-l! hit" "t :- \
and Mr. Sauls. I ier.. ,. , .
CVmmunity THEATRE pi o''ia:u \\ 'itvj: : "|1" < ; : '
ll<>tt<'r in Fernandina from Thursday tc .ill.
!Smloe A M \RTIX THEATRE: Than FAer15o : Saturday. :, Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges ot Mike and Glenn Reddish acc"m. -" --" -" ,---,,, ,

Seffner are visiting Mr. Bridges panied Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bern ; : Baby Furniture

:\ Office Opens 7:15: l; P.M. ShoStarts S :00 P.M. :Mr and Mrs L X Pickering;: brother and sister-in-law, Mr I to the Berry home in Dillon, S. C Television Tips RN ,

OPEN EVERY NIfillT RAIN OR FAIR .t.;t \\\' .
Berry's had the week :
r tll .I'tend: the BaptIst A.senihI -. spent past J : I ( 'rib I MattressI
Fri., Sat.-June 27, 28 Rickey Herndon is returning tc with Mr<. Berry's family! here. 11J % :

Mon. Tues.-June :'JO July 1VINCENT lui I a week his home. in Valdosta, Ga. this I I : I High Chair I Stroll.-r/

I weekend after spending two weeks Mrs. G E M. Gaul%. :i-ul Mi CHARLESI : \nd I Training 'hair
j4ii -- --- ,

Li; ,27 I with his uncle and aunt. Mr. and and Mrs. Carl Moteof Palctkwere "Phuni- 'II .....' .irk*-. FL1.! : WAS SO.fJ.i!'
cnsounE "GOSSIP Mr". M. R. Judd. Sunday gut-its of the f 'h.t' ". " "

w1 t'JA1t1I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and Hardys. I 'k4 (HIJONL: i: Now 79.50FURNITURE

] BJ "Shorty" son< and Mr. and Mrs. Luke Owen Vaughan retume.i '. Kitchen Stools --

) TECllN1COP& Fceney visited! Jacksonville Sunday day from Raleigh :-;. C. alter ,1 ARE LIKE CfVPlVfRSTdfV : :) Pc.
-" afternoon. combined business and pit M III > + SAOKFItt AT HIe l 'L11.1!);)
trip. While there 'ie wa- th- RIKM WRONG TIME SUMMER
A Robert I. lipptrt Protntolion
Now 6.95
of the Hotel Carolina. LSI
Friends of Mrs. W. J. Chandlerwill He" a
regret to hear that she suf spent several days as the guestof /
I \1..0 Cartoon "Happy Tot's rf ,2 Slight I I Lied :
} .iiklUTII IIEIIII fered a'sprained foot and ankle his daughter and soninlawMr. \ ; '
I VV1'lus Pp'titin"[ 1 gI .aI last week when she fell in the and Mrs. W. V. Green. Jr.. 2 P('.

driveway. She left Thursday for at their suburban home "Green \ \" -c) : (iKOl'I'

I ms. "OLLESTARLING Griffin Ga. to be with her sister, Acres." \ \''-., ,, t ( ;, Sofa f Bed d Suite : J Metal ilider;

Cartoon "Donalds HappjBirthday' Mrs. H. B. Montgomery. l\) 1''...... : I I'fetal Korker

i Mr. and :Mrs. %V. L. Edward ,.. I :'. I J Metal Chair

Wed.. Thur.-Julv 2 :3 -" 11__' 1 __ :Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Beard and and daughter Fredrika and Mrs ''/;-iA LI'i 1 162 95 : I Metal Table and

MRS. GEO. PATTENSun. "He ants to be here when i daughter. Peggy, of Payetteville, Leah Bauknight, of Jacksonville. : I Chaise Lounge

N" C and John Garrett of Lunv were weekend guests of Mr \\ r L
., June 29-ONLY I he runs out of gas. on't berton. N. C. spent the past weekwith H. Struth and Miss!' Kate Struth ... \ --r :\RMI.KSS : WAS I 11 19.93{) !);

; : buy from anyone else!" ).fr... Ovid D. Bennett of Sa J"; )
( Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beard. > Sofa
... Bed 69.95 Now
NW ,_ ..
I 1 'c'/ -
MGM Presents Diego, Calif. has returned hon \
Mrs. G. W. LaMar and son, ,t:oJ "' .
\ e4 /If .00 A'
Van JOHNSON >*' I'k1imbIP:1 111'1 our c u..t..mf'n- I' Phillip of Quincey. will arrive to be with her parents :Mr. and! k"I.> .:I

an- tomplet! xoM on our pro- Sunday to spend a week with Mrs. F. J. Shaw while her husband 5 PC.

Kathryn GRAYSON theI1i1iestounLn duds andYYYYYTTTYYYYYTTYYYTYTT!.crite.. ,! Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. is sening: in the Far East Our iwn handise p.. ir.-.- ofliuklir BEDROOM SUITE 164.95

tARRI4GE" with the USX. ; >'. uall\\ -M.ik-| for

IIGROVNDSJor h : i, Mr and Mrs. Wallace Faulk itMlf. TELESCOPE DECK
LIBBY and children of Jacksonville are Mr. and Mrs. H L. Brown'.e: 5.25

cp'nding two weeks with the are expecting the following-: I '1' -

Paula' RAYMOND Sales & Service Max.e Carters at Kingsley Lake tors this weekend: ther daughter Chas. C Shepherd

SULLIVAN Wfl.UAM LUK0GAN ,' Mrs. W. A. Starling, of Jacksonville Miss Mary Brownlee and friend 9 Cu Ft Gibson Refrigerator

Barry '4,, HE'IRT kN"I' :' also spent last Saturday :Miss Joyce Humphrey of Baltimore Guaranteed 249.95

LEWIS STONE W LMtA TRTTI LAAAAAAAAAA4LAAAAA AJ I.II.with her daughter, Mrs. Carter. Md. and Mr. and 1Ir!'. H IT.

*Jf k RtGINAtDOWEN Kaiser Frazer Henry.J I: and family. C. Stith and baby son of Washington : RADIO & TV
This Cartoon "I.ind Of
.tl'artoon "Symphony In Sb&nI'1 Fun" DEALERSHIP I I i D. C. They will stay tt ,. Sales and Service ABC WASHING
Temple A H. I'h. 32 I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland the Brownlee cottage at St. MACHINE 14995IP

spent Saturday and Sunday in,. Augustine during their two weeks Ph. 239 StarKe -

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vacation here -3




FRID"'. J1WE 27.- .. -IS':?

yyyyyyyyTYYTVV VYTY VT V. .TTTT..TYYT..YYYYYYYYYY: weeds were in control. After buttermilk. He may K nuts (and This notice shall be publlshwl All p r=cn" f fwTinc property ub- NOTICE TO APPRtnla You .
about five six after three once each week for four consecuttte I ji t to a> es"ment in Bradford I Clrealt Court i are reqtnnd to serve a i
making or rounds, years; of farming I Bradford Ctumtj, your answ.r or
weeks In the Bradford County Tele County, Florida are notified to appear Fl..rlda; In Chaneerr. pleading t.
J3 ARMER'SD during which time the plow was that's entirely a possibility) but graph. at suih meeting, or meeting, ,,1.\lfn'.J" Hunter, Plaintiff. v.'. JulI complaint on. the T. Plaintiff'sAttornis. Frank .
he Dated this ISth day of June U52 to makeuch lomplamts or givesu"h Ian Hunter, Defendant La:
either too deep or shallow and thinks that but'ermilk! is goadfor I i Stark.F'rida!
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A J, Thomas, teMimony! a' to thealue of Case No.' 9n! 1 ( .
pointed at one time or another in his ttomach. Even if it isn'tl Clerk df the rirouit ('uurt'By any property, real or personal, as 1 I otlre To ,'PPf'ar. I ;of ui< the iiithe Cl..rk original of in th

DIARY every direction but the right one, t'ie stuff sure tastes guod.S Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk. fixed by the County Assessor To': Julian Hunter, whose residence on or before the the Circuit '
6,':26!(, 4t 7 II Taxes: upon hissle.m..nt HolNas and address is: Route 2. :21st day ..r July U52
Sam gave up in disgust. The S SWe've themay desire.Civen Pox 43, Whit mire. South Carolina. otherwise the allegation; fC'uml.laint
Sam McGarrey :NOTICE TO IPPKtlt by order of the Boaid of You are hereby notified that a *
on the mule's face was heard lota of will be taken .t-
fanners .
( In rirrnlt Court Bradford Count, County Commissioners .r PradfnrdCounty. suit for f-ssrd I liv i'll
The author win be glad to receive enough to convince Sam that he say that they quit farr.'ing because Florida I. Chanrfrr. Florida. June .'nd. AD.. Divim-e. ou..tody and control of This nutne.hall\ be 1111on1'
: 1952.:
Frank Victor
Knaff. Plaintiff
ye. I minor child
em hv.K I f. r four >
would learn to Not ii nfweek
Item of Interest concernIng never plow. help was jucn !a problem. Irene Duffy Knaff, Dt-ftndant (OFl'II'J.L1.-, \ J Th..ma has been filed, against you in Ih,' .', :ht I LII(:!. rd; t*"III'' \
the activltiec of farmer" In long afterward we bought Ka. We think we know now what Ca',e No. fl'll: Merk above named Court anti cause and I gt Ial'h
: :otli-e To Appear.To. It 6'20: you are required to serve a copy of I I\.ot\.\ S .I 1
Bradford County. Suggestions may trinka, the tractor and a bush trey meant. We're still waitingfor Irene Duffy Knafr, whose your answer or pleading to th :. ((fiFFli I .\I. s I' a. \ J I I'I
: be left at the Telegraph "office or and bog harrow and now we can a fellow who said he'd be here I II I residence is: unknown and whose In The Court IK The Ctiuntr JudKTllrndford : complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney. I r\ I r, 'I .
last known residence was: Water- Count;. Florida. T. Frank Landium r.y\1- iOOlKOOlKOOl I. \
: mailed to Sara McGarvey Lawtey. cut up practically any land. I I in the morning, and that was a I''town, Massachusetts. IN Ki-: ESTATE OF AVX1E' A'i'. Starke, Florida
I S week ago and he hasn't showed'I I You are hereby notified that a FRAZKE.: Deoeased.The 'I'i and file the original in the offi.-,
suit for ( IT('I ION !of the Clerk of the Circuit' Cc'iit
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.1 Breaking corn every day now up yet! iMvorce i stair Of Florida To James I.. before the ,
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::: for the Roadside Market. Our has been filed against you in the Frairr and all other pernon* roncernrd. :21st! day of July. II! !f.2:!:
several opportunities to sell I I above named Court and lause and otherwise the allegations of -.I''
Alice is up and around first planting is about gone, but I You are required to serve a copy of'your You are h..r..toy notified! that a ComplaintIhi th' nk-ri .1-* ,'iufe ( !
now with the infection in her leg them here at our farm, but we I the second one is in production, l TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIHEILBRONN answer or pleading to the petition hav been filed in said "sed by you.
still think that the best tc I'omplalnt on the Plaintiffs court praying for an order directing .: This notice han ':>. published
practically healed. It was a pret. way and we have_ a third on tie wayif Attorney. Carlos E. Harper, the Administrator de l"nl11lnun once each week for four coneiutiveweeks i
ty close call for an infection of sell stock is "over th scales" j we can conquer the weeds. We : J04! West University Areriuecatnehllle (.r th. above entitled estate" to I II in the Bradford County Tele- iI I
; Florida withhold from the distributableshare graph. -
There tricks of the
are too i
any kind is dangerous and we are many did nothing to control the ear- land file the original In the office of I of the above estate payableto Dated this iMh day ,,f June )51c2OFFICIAL _
both thankful that we were lucky. trade that we don't know yet, so worms and we had worms in every 1 By Marian Norman I the Clerk of the Circuit: Court on \ou an amount owed petitioners ( SKA1.) _\ J Pn-.m.-, ,! __
in the meantime we'll the or brfore the for ft.es earned as your attorneysin Clerk of the Circuit Court
And of course we are resloved rely on ear we broke. We wonder about I :L'lst day of July, 1932:!; the above entitled estate, with I'By Myrtle T Dea\er, Deputy Clerk !
that we will never again let & scales and open auction sale. the farmer who says: "I didn'tdo I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALSunday otherwi.se the allegations of said interest and to pay the -aid amount I II I II _
1 Complaint will be taken as confessed to the petitioners., CLAYTON' All- TICK TO 'PPUt I
thing like that go without adequate a thing about spraying or guests of Mr. and Mrs. by you. NOW' llr'Aand, JOHNSTON' In Circuit ('ourt. Bradford County ,

medical care and treatment. Cultivated our little peanut dusting and there's not a wormIn LeRoy Norman were Mr. and I This notice shall be published and you are hereby required to file Florida In ChanrrryHerman ,
not.aeh week for four consecutive your written defensethereto within : Snif.'r, Plaintiff, v s I', .
Mom has left for her home in patch by throwing dirt up to the I the field." It may be true for Mrs. LeRoy Norman Jr. of I week in the Bradford County Tele forty days after the first publiation !!- tb'oiftr, Defendant I

Jacksonville, and we both thank peanuts and then using the rotary i I him but we know that you HAVEto Starke. and Mr. and Mrs. Marklee graph. <' itr posting thereof. .Should. I Case N.I' :'-'-" II I
I luted this 13th day of June. ]9i2.OFFICIAL :!. you fail therein, decree will be < nt :>c'IIe1'<. _\p..r.IInruthy Ii
her for her wonderful help. Sam hoe to loosen up the soil. Hope I do something if you want tc Norman of Hampton. ( !SK\l.) A. J. Tkom.. >'red in due"urse upon said! 1\0 u- To: Soif.T whose I i.-i- i II : ;

almost forgives her for selling it works. the worms out. Looks as I Clerk of the Circuit ('ourt.II tion. den"and address! is- Long 1-l.l"d] ) -
S S S I keep ; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and >' \1, rile T. Heater, Deputy ('Perk.s.o \\ ITXESS:' my hand and the >.eal House, Amity ville, Long IslaM I
him that beaten-up cow Daisy. I tough Rufus Alvarez and Mar daughter Joyce and Judy, were 4t 7/11 I of "aid "',.ur! In Pradford County, N.'w y..k I
S S S I Flord.i I lii'I, d.,> ..f M.nP I ill' ,'
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So far our program of keeping cus Conner (and possibly others) in Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. : :NOTICKN'otne }'S
We're all excited now waitingfor :things growing right through the I have come up with the right an Cecil Rowe is on leave from his i i I'. h.-reb>' given Hint th.I' i K i I'. ".Y. .. i i. I, .l I I.i' l' "
4'unty Assessor of Taxes for DI.KI I ... ,
II i
I r" 111' !
Joy to have her calf,>which is summer months is not workingout swer. base in Fort Knox Ky. and is ford County, Florida will nit.. t wif't I : : r' .I t ''I_ t

not supposed to be due until July well. The row of mustard I S S S visiting his family here. I the Hoard of County Commi..... ',, .. .! ,II, .t ",
5th, but which we think will be ,which we planted in the Kitchen We had some extra pole bean l I Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berry and ,I..f..aid of County Cir.uit, in Court the ..ffl.at i S-iu-k"f :MI.' -

here any day now. The old galis Garden has failed completely with seeds, so we hand planted themin : Florida. at 10:00: oVlock AI .iu.ith .\ -
sons of Dillon S. C. were visiting
\,11.. I IS52.! for the ,.. '
very heavy with calf and she only an occasional seed sproutedhere a row of our field corn. They relatives in this community last ''I hearinn: o.mplaints and puip r. ,\ 'II' ,
make it but there i is I ti-'tini.ny as to theali, I
moves with apparent difficulty.Her and there. Guess we'll have may not lit III'pr..rty II
week. L. M. Norman, St. Clair r.- personal, I
u* ir ,11' II
udder has swelled a great to try again. i little lost. i I Harley, Elaine Thompson and pible: ptr,onal i as fixed In t Ii. ',110<11 I i
deal until it looks as if it will S S S I [County AI-<-""!>(,r of T.i\ "Ii,, h' (
The row of foliage turnips whichwe Arthur Green were baptised Sun Ascisni.iit Rolls for t h.. 'ar ; -l"
burst. We have not thought yet Everytime we have raised u-ul for the ,, .
planted came up in a fair stand day morning at Kingsley lake. purpose of lit GET BABY
of the calf as we are squash we have been bedeviled by receixms and equalizing !
naming I but before we knew what waf I I! An event of special interest will I se.sMnntv, The County A"-,,-.sllr of & -
with whetherour the worm which ruins practically .. .
mostly concerned pickle Tax and th.Hoard ,,
of i ,
the weed
happening grass and be the wedding of Mary Gaskins iuit>
all all the fruit. We dusteda I CIIIIIIIII-.I"n..r> may 'ntinu OlIME PINEAPPLE
will through in
pet Joy get I took over. We had cultivated the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B I ,sesvic.n I troni day to day f.r ",newe CHICKS '
She seemed to have had a row of squash with parzate <.k or -'.
right. in the wiich a- lung as neressary uORANGE TANGU'NE'
row same way we Gaskins and Jimmy Lee, son of r'
lot of difficulty when her last] I (which is Buppostd to be for PuRIA
use in the other seasons but it (did' Rev. Walter H. Lee and t'.ie late I FLAVORS
calf (Bunkie) was born and that downy mildew on all cucurbits) and
not work now when the grass and Edna Rosier Lee which will take cIc
is why we worrie4 about her.! I and it looks now as if it fix thepchle FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
are weeds grow so fast. place Saturday evening in the I Cool off with BardtViSherbet.
\Ve keep an eye on her all Ih5i S I S j worms good. ': Treat
Heilbronn Baptist Church at 8' PURINA yourself
time as we will have to get Borne The weather has been hot! It hens o'clock.VYyyyyyyVYyyyyVvyVy.vyyy1. i iI iI I i JUST ONE ((4 a frosty fre* or float
Our Red are enjoying
help It Joy has trouble. pret1ty I \r'
I mode with Bordea's Sherbet -
bad If
I e S is not so you can stay out good health, eating like a bunchof FRIGIDAIREMade
IV 1 CHICK at home or favorite
of the sun (Particularly near the hungry feeder pigs, but are ,
No more fooling around with middle of the day) but brother itl 1 '. fountain. Give your hit
I hot laying mAnY eg?*v tiAnk you': only by General! \wr'
weaning devices for us. We have.you try a bit of hoeing or even I It is too hot for the girls and (i HAMPTON Motors Corp. All other % STARTEHASISTRUNK cups and fruit salads r.p'klinq : -
used two on Daisy's calf Petal .. freshness with a
just picking or breaking II j
moult Electric
I many of them gone into a ; Refrigerators are
nursing'at : I ( of Borde't SKf-
and they don't prevent corn, it is not long before you are': and so now we have the doubtful'I I j By MM.. M. C. SweeneyAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI made by other companiesand topping
al:. So we bought a calf feed. wringing wet. We try to do &s I bet. Try the brand new
I I pleasure of buying a lot more I cannot use the word
and when Joy's calf ar sherbet flavor Borden's
ing pail -
much work as we can before the] bags of laying mash before they ,
Frigidaire. '
rives we will let it stay with Joy heat of the day, and then relax resume laying. But we know; Rex and Jean Brookins are receiving ; % Tangerine Sherbet. You'll

for a short time (until it has had until late in the afternoon. We're I that we have to feed them all; congratulations on the love it.It's .

the first milk) and then we will:,i afraid of the sun-afraid the i I they will eat. so as to speed up 1 arrival of Vickey Diane, born or. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE

take___n it__ off_n the__ cow and teach it "bear will get us". Friday June 20, in Alachua General II
I the growth of new feathers, for ? 7
to drink from the pail. Then we Hospital. .
I i if we do not they will fix our
think that after a while we can I Sam had the pleasure of speaking | wagon by not laying again til Friends of Edward and Wessie I THEN SEE 1 1I I

safely turn the calf out with the to the Starke Rotary Club next Christmas. Pope Saxon, of Miami formerly 1

cows and that it will be weaned. this last week. He is not a good I !lof Hampton will be interested tc E. H. SMITHTenth

We(which bought has a the nipple calf near feeding the bot.pail speaker but he did appreciate the II I We're really enjoying some 'hear of the birth of their daughter \ FEED & SEED STORE

invitation. 1 fine vegetables now. Limas Dorothy Gail. on Monday and Temple ATC.
tom) because while we can teacha I S sweet corn, and vinerippenedtomatoes June 9. At present Mrs. Saxon and Starke, Fla. nen'l a I.,.... D..i.q Nqisi' T..

calf to drink from a regular Sam cut most of the Kitchen Starke Fla. I ,
up real treat to folks baby are in Eau Gallie. visiting - <
it involves a lot of | are a 1 ___ ___ .._.
pail -
Garden this week foe ---- -- -
I again as who used to buy tlieir fresh vege. t her parents Mr. and ](rs. A. G : u_ u.
milk most of which get! '
spilled grass and weeds were really bad.: store. Pope.
tables at the neighborhood 1
into your shoes. We to bed and -
are going see
up we'd hate to -
S SS For one thing gc Fred Whiddon returned home

what we can get planted. All of back to eating sweet corn that Monday after attending the fuj .
Missed taking the pigs to mar which reminds of the and
us one
I was not fresh from. the field. I neral of his mother in Manistee,
ket last wtek because1 we had to only 1 time Sam tried to plow with i .
I Mich
I on Friday. Mrs. W.iiddon ,4ND
eee the Doctor about Alice's leg,, a mule. He had never tried tc
of beans which
I { The row green visited Fred and his family here
but we are determined that this: plow before, and he tried It for I' I '
I we planted came up in a fine two years ago and regret is ex- ._.
week they go to market. We have,the first time in the garden and : b rti1ta
stand but is
going down agair preyed at her death. /

i j just .about_ as. rapidly. Some of Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth enter-

plants will Jive and we will get 1:.ained the Woman's Council at RANCH
something out of them (if we J ler home on Thursday afternoonf /

dust enough) but we examinedone ) last week

BEAT THIS MUEIF : dying plant and found that Earlene Xazworth. Willow I

the stem had dried '
up. hammond and Sue Chastain were WAGON/, "

S :he 4-H club girls returning from I' \

Don't know whether the labor I Ii Cherry Lake on Saturday, afteri .
YOU I CAN .. ,;0
i is worth the benefit obtained : weeks camping.Mrs. .

but we cut a mess of corn stalks, D. E. Hill has '.ier mother. I

every day for our cows. They Mrs. Mills of Nevada, as her

cat them readily and with relish I guest for several weeks.Mr. .

DON'T WAIT ACT NOW but in the absence of any information and Mrs. Ernest Rife and

we just plain guess tat family of Dayton, Ohio, loft Sunday

the cows at least are getting, night ft r.3. weeks visit j

plenty of roughage.* with Mrs. Rife's sister Mrs B. L. !' (-kU 'c if I ft' Ill I II ar ti /

i Hinson. On Sunday they enjoyed :j .Lt I

Leo. our Airdale. has been quite a picnic at Gold Head Branch ( ,_ ... -. __ -

uncomfortable in the heat so we State Park They were joined by I!

clipped him with a pair of scis' Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Turner and :

sors. He looks S .better SOur anyway. daughter of Gainesville.: j

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eiland and -
% new screened kitchen porchis
family have recently moved t :
being used every day now, ant, '
their home in Jacksonville.
u sure is; wonderful to eat prac.
Those attending summer ('hool'st'sioll ; JjJiq4I
tically out of doors. It makes a _
in Gainesville are: Mrs y \
Alice I' )
great deal of difference to
Betty May. Miss Martha Home.
as cooking in the kitchen is hot
Mrs. Floy Sullivan and Frank
work, and she welcomes the fres I

air on the new porch. Brown. <.". ".
S S \\". C. Burton returned home I ,{ 'n.,: ,/ -

Saturday after a weeks visit in f1.l'
Daisy's calf Petal is now shut T
Florahome and Keystone Heights "J -
TANK TYPE up in the barnyard and there she \ ------- e -
Jean Hicks of Jacksonville _' ,-; : I
will stay until we get a pasture "3 ,. J T1
this month with her'
fenced around her. The little spending
Mr and Mrs. G. C j
minx would not only nurse her grandparents.

VACUUMUIAI2a9s Mammy but no doubt would alsc Cox.Jimmy Wi gins of Starke has I j I c a double-duty beauty V

when she freshens.
nurse Joy
.been visiting his cousin, Howard I for work
that's play
S S S right or "
Wlhams. for two weeks and at 1 ,0.PlUSUU'hl' lomt "cedolanlull"silts'' .ar"i roi IUJINE:: St k>_ me tail tate.ioid ikt -sII.torl,..
Trying to get some land ready Hints ui in stdiit comfort in ill steel 1 ufrty. And you '.01 iitto' the floor This r.es toe null fcft lid II Vn
Bible School 1' ha. thwtt if 13 caters CIt *fI*
tt'ndmg''acation I 0cart. Yes can t your
Uiis week so that we can set out CM lade your pick ot too treat high' compression tngipts
I Misses Norma and Joan Swee- bid new 101! h p Mkap Maker SII-OT fords 119np 3 two Ion). You can ehoot" (*>.*.. II4WI3hC DrI...
$ CLEANERCOMPLETE E some runners from this last sta.son's 1 ney have been recent guests of Stub Star V 5. Gv drir tnt Contention) Dm.. -

plants. Took up a couple ,
I their cousin. Miss
c-f them and put them in the .-- -

ground. One lived and one died I I in Theressa. -- .. : .. -

WITH Guess if We do set them that i Mrs. Wm. Hammond will be i I :

$49.95 we'lllose a lot, but we think that the reporter of Hampton news I Come in and

I VAlUE 8 runner plants will be scarce and: during July and August; while ci ..

-ATTACHMENT- - -------. high this Fall. I Mr! M. C. Sweeney is on vaca- I 'Test I Drive" the

FREE S S I tion. Mrs. Sweeney will resume : 'LLLFcW v
2 YEARGUARANTEE Our little spotted pigs are having the column in September i

PAINTSPRAYER a great time now. They have Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Gray and'I

For Painting. Rug learned that t'ley can roam in Valerie were overnight guests of I

Shampooing, Deodorizing, the woods and graze in the pasture relatives in Tampa last week. OnMonday

and Many Other Uses and they really enjoy their 1 I Rev. Gray's uncle and ,

FREE reedoin. And make believe that: aunt of Live Oak- were \'lsltmgl*

the green feed which they obtain them.

M q u [I I1THIN I fiat? way hasn't helped them. I
I S PWw Ford Country Squire. It's trimmed with New Ford Country Sedan Here the lowest-priced '
>OTICK TO .\PP- \R '
/ 150 Mill We are going to wean these ''In Clrrolt Conrt. Bradford ('oontT'1 beautiful maple or birch on solid steel paneling of all the 4-door station wagons For play, tt'a a 'It built for keeps

I' 'I Florida: la ('.alle- r,.. of room for eight to ride in smooth riding V-8 powered eight-passenger
pigs any day now, and then we'l I Claire Elizabeth! Mumf. 11 Pl.! i n-if, I IIV" There's plenty folded Fo>4cx .... &* ,ii.. .**. ti6e..oIlit. 0f.".Iatawl -
with the "stowaway" center For work with the center seat
CMvi M-STOR 1 ... comfort. And seat beauty. ,,
\\ law* "
; u | breed Henrietta to a Duroc male 111: A tLiufit.! IV.t.lint owi--talon ox We9K opt-
,'a- '21 17 folded into the floor and the b ac k', into the floor and rear seat out you get more ..... ..... fo.-, -.-.. ... .. ...
We tried cros-s-breeding" just once >otlre To tppear. over 8 t 4 feet of floor space Packs Vpower': than 8 / fet of level load space! (tone* .-'- '<**". --

i 408 W. Forsyth St.* Jacksonville, Fla. I II I I and that of course doesn't proveanything j, rrsidt-nop Ti. William iv A.5i., .Stumiull South, 'VoterStreet u hf-" get FDAF,

I I would like a free home demonstration of your fully I, but it's just our owr I range, NVw' Jtrsv.
il.king: for red hogs which keep You are hereby notified that a
guaranteed Brand New Cleaner at $12.95 at no obligaj j II Full fur Divorce has been filed
I vs raising Durocs. agalnt yeu in the above named
I hon I II I
I to
me. ,
S S S Court and cause and you are required CO.
I to serve a copy cf your answer ANDREWS MOTOR
Name I Just as soon :as Joy freshens or pleading to the complainton
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I ....c'il be milk'ng! two cows and the Plalntirf'ttrnf'), Ray

I Address _______________________________________ ft en with plenty cf milk we'll b< ''B..a.'h'-ldn.: Florida.ldn' and Building file :the. Daytona origin

I City State____________ I II I daking butter .gain and getting !al in the office of the rirrk of thCir.uit --
------------------------- Phone 118
i Court on or b..fortth... 21 I-t Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA
If R.F.D. Address Please Send Specific Errections BCT i nLat Sam thinks U about the per. (Iday of July, 19S:; otherwise the al'l !- ,
------J I i feet hot weather drink-lce cold 1,-ira.n' if said Complaint hdl!! b-
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I I Victory'Plays Judd.. Graduates

. ae our .._.w-r BAYLESS At Park While In Air Force o r'


I Shirley T. Judd. who is in the I Ii !
I U. S. Air Force has . .
"Bright Victory"playing Sun. i completed the i ii We operate local
i work required for graduation from > distance
f day and Monday at the Park : long
i Rev. J. E. Ladd filled his reg- Carson Griffis came to our place Theatre reveals a moving love j high school. Judd is stationed at I Ii ,yijy s f f F anywhere In U. &
\ Friday morning to get a load of i, Wichita Falls. Texas where he'I
ular at story of
appointment Bayless
I Highway a blinded veteran and the ,
Methodist Church"We watermelons and we learned he has been assigned to a B-3 j x r NCr ; EXCELLENT
Church Church who .attl
t Baptist Baptist Sunday morning girl helps him win his fight l!: > t
has a good of the specialist school. j r
and evening. He and his! mumps. back to a normal life. I .Q
I i "il ving by Faith" will be tae Believe in the Holy Spirit" family were dinner guests of the I They hauled off 209 melons that Arthur Kennedy, plays the rol' Judd's G. E. D. test results and ''I 0 c!., STORAQK

" message by Rev. Lewis D Haines,, will be the subject of the sermonto L. A. Crosbys.The day. We tried to sell him some of Sgt. Larry Nevins who is a request for a transcript of his FACILITIES:

, Sunday morning at the First be preached by the Rev T. G Baptist Training Union chickens, hen and fryers, but it wounded by a sniper's bullet in credits' were received at Bradford I a.

The Mitchell Sunday morning, June seems people do not like chicken High School recently.
of Starke.
Church will the North
I Baptist study course begin at Bayless African campaign. He I
Church Choir will sing the morning 29, at 11 o'clock in the First Me.t Highway church Monday night, any more, at least he says he i bitterly refuses rehabilitation and Judd's wife Lillie Mae and hi? ,

I, anthem, and the Carol Choir ; odist Church of Starke. This June 30 at 8 o'clock. A regional can not sell the hens so it looks is prepared to end his life when son. Franklin, have joined him at I Agents For 4: See us first!
is the third in a series of ser like will Wichita Falls and will remain -
hymn. we have to keep the along i
will sing the offeratory worker from the Baptist Depart he discovers Judy Green, playedby DELCHERBROS. '
the messageat mons that Mr. :Mitchell is preaching chickens.We as he is stationed there. I Ferryman Bldg.
Sunday evening 'ment will conduct these sen-ices. Peggy Dow. .
II "The Basic Beliefs of learned His address A 3C F.
Hour on last week that Ada : Shirley
the eight o'clock Happy Everyone is invited to attend. Judy falls in love with Larry
Pastor :Methodism." Special music will Godwin had the misfortune tc Judd 3761 Student Squadron, I
r will be brought by the Sorry the news has been on a and helps him to gain new hope'
Count". The be furnished by the Senior Choir have her leg removed just below Sheppard Air Force Base Wichita
That weeks but
: "The Things strike for the past few and courage when all others have
Choir will bring the with Mrs. E. K. Perryman as in school the knee. We understand there FaIL TexasRecent .
Chapel between past planning failed him. I I
special music and the congregation organist. freezing vegetables and trying tc was a vein broken in her foot Other players in the pictureare

will ling requested hymn Sunday evening at 8 p.m. the get ready for summer school ij which set up gangrene and she I I Julia Adams, Kennedy's childhood BirthMr. i
congregation will be invited tc I was rushed to the at
and gospel choruses. The piano-' have not had much time to write. hospital I sweetheart who breaks up:
Morse select favorite gospel hymns tc once. and Mrs.: Fre-1 Manire of
organ-duo of Mrs. Ruth Since I finally have things in order I with him when he returns home ,
lead in the song service lead by Clarence Mosley came to our i Jacksonville announce the birth
and Mrs. Julia Jordan will sing again I will be happy if someone I blinded; his parents, Nana Bryant This Is Where
the Youth Choir with Mrs. L. J house hunting watermelons and of a daughter Connie Sue June!
the singing. will give me some news item? and Will Geer; and John Hudson, ;
meets at 9:4- Green as the organist. Mr. Mitchell his left foot was in a plaster cast.i 13; at St. Vincents Hospital Mrs.)
Sunday Softool; to write. I a corporal who saves him from We Are
Superintendent will preach on the subject He went on to the melon patch j Manire will be remembered as Heoaingi
One Wiggins gathering!
with Mr. The farmers are busy suicide. |I!
"We Believe in the Bible." though and carried out a good Miss Minnie Lee Englishire I r.,,"
in charge. tobacco now. A few are still "Bright Victory" is adapted fort; \
Unions gather at 6:15 You are cordially invited tc size melon. We did not learn why! .I, II 4'J \ '.
Training picking peppers. the screen from the best-selling
with us at the First he was the cast. ? *
Director.The worship wearing tx s
with Mr. J. T. Lawson The farmettes are catching upon I novel "Lights Out" by Barnard
The American, J5ystem\j|> Free Enter
the Midweek Methodist Church of Starke. and The lecture at the tent were ?
feature ot the last minute canning II I Kendrick. < >
Service Wednesday 8 p.m. will be freezing. Know where to find well attended and great interest I I i prise !1'ad g !y, btth/' toyed, by

the showing of Moving Picture! Presbyterian ChurchSunday some good things to eat this win- was shown by all. Hardy Pad. W. C. T. U. Meets i volubfT'mTnojity: :groups attempting to pro-;I
I'Uve In" and oth4 gett was baptized Sunday afternoon a.
"The House ter. pel this country into Socialism..VUnder
School at 9:43.:
missionary and fellowship into the .
, features. Tfrese are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman, The regular monthly business 1\ i
interest to all. Friendship Class 10 a.m. Mrs. T. N church; Sunday night. Our build such a system theState: becomes
pictures of at were visiting :Mr. and 1 I meeting of the Laura Scott Union >
conducted '
A cordial invitation is extend 11 Morning Rev.service L. A. Shepherd, Newman and Mr. and :Mrs. D. N ing fund is growing right along W.C.T.U will be held today June : all-poweifuX ..If,direrts all Business and
or all! a.m. and we hope to be able to starton
el to all to worship at any I Denmark and family in Jackson Tabernacleannex. industrial activities.
27 at 3 p.m. in the It controls the gainful
of State Farm.
each week at the building before too much II
of these services ville Sunday afternoon. Cherry and Madison Stv
,, occupations t. its citizens.
Sunday eve longer.Mr.
the First Baptist of Starke. Youth Fellowship Sure was glad to see Mr. and t l I

ning at 7 p.m.Church I II Mrs Lonze Norman and Mrs.I Faircloth is improvingsome. i I Government directives: t take the. place of

At The TabernacleThe Clark at church Sunday night.,I( Richard Lang is on the : Red Cross MeetingThe i ,, laws., The'inevitable: Totalitarianism.. and
*- "
bick list at the time. --- '.
present '
of ChristI Mrs. Norman has not been feel of the tyrCI1 1y.. ;:. M. .,. ..?
I Mrs Richard Mosley of Highlandis .. ,
Friday evening service, at I 10th and McMahon lug well lately. j of I .. ;
Bradford Chapter
the Tabernacle, was in charge of I Bible School-10 A. M. The Clyde Edmondson family of, improving. County i I I '. I .. ,. t'
3. ;
will be held .
Red Cross .
who brought a 7:301 with the R. R. I h
Rev. S. J. Grady. Preaching A. M. and Miami are visiting j As Free and Independent Cttbens. Let Us Think
message from the Book of Jude P.M. i Crosbys and helping them harvestthe I WCTU Program 1 Friday. July 11 at 3 p.m. in the Insurance ';; .. .. :,

-atltled "My Task." Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I pepper crop. They have fin j Keynotes TemperanceAnd | Chapter office. Board of Direct and Act NOW !to\"'"Pretve Our Freedom!

The Youth meeting Saturday each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. I ished the corn. ; ors and all members are urged tc fitted toyournuds *,- ; K 1

night was conducted by Mrs. Everyone welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Freda Clark of, Patriotism i, I \ .4
attend. IPII i .
Elmer Johns. An interesting report I I Heilbronn and Miss Evelyn Clark!!' I <,

was given by Miss Phyllis St. Edward's Catholic 1 of Jacksonville were visiting:i Temperance and patriotismwere Charley E. Johns Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties.
the keynotes of an interest-
Mitchell of Camp activities at Mrs. S. R. Clark Sunday. j I .

Lake Swan. In recognition of Rev. Richard Lyons, pastor. I.I Mrs. J. R Kelly entertained with I ing program sponsored by the HOW CAN I GET Agency

faithful Bible School attendanceover Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. night.!i Laura Scott Union W. C. T U '"sNSU I
a Stanley party Saturday i Phone 13 STc\ KE. FLARtpraMntlna
Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. I last week in the Annex of
months I '
of Phyllis Gainesville
period Mrs. Eva Rope of MOST POWER
7:30 to I
Confessions Saturday the Gospel Tabernacle.
was given a week's trip to Rev demonstrated the products.Mrs. .

John Minder's Camp for young 8:30 P.M. Lottie Edwards of Brook I I A rendition of the Temperance FROM LEAST GAS?
Children's Catechism Classes, chorus "Are You For Prohibi- 1r. ::. ) !
at Melrose. Mr. 18.
people er was visiting her parents, 'I 9 1 IrforiJalalionaf (
4:00 rm rr
Sunday morning Rev Dale Wednesday, : P.M.WOODL.SD and Mrs. F. M. Norman Sunday. tion? brought the enlhusia..ticaudience ....... .trottp ,
NOTED FORD W -: r : h'bs
to their feet in
Snyder filled the pulpit ana :" MISSION.tRYBAPTIST Sorry to hear that Uncle Tob isi i spontaneous PROGRAM g' I THE TRAVELERS Hartford & .
of timely import \ applause.The i ir
brought a message not feeling too well. I "' Ii :
from Acts 5. Though the CHURCH Scoby Kelly left for Virginia !II special feature and: inspira COMMENTATOR \A ,
Tabernacle lights were out Sunday Services are held each Sunday to work with his uncle, Hurbert I tion of the evening's program DR. ROY K. :h

evening at the beginning of and Wednesday with Sunday Kelly, who is engaged in produce. was the reading: "But Tom Jones MARSHALLSAYS. ( _
the service (due to the thunderstorm and I) __
Essie and Louise Crosby He's .
Strong. given by ;, _
school beginning at 10 a.m., the _
) the spiritual lights were Muriel Norman are spending their __ __
Pat Kucera of Raiford. She Ri
burning brightly and an attentive Sunday sermon at 11 a.m. and the summer vacation in summer) wa 'CHECK YOUR +
entrant in W. C. T. U. n TT:
an the
congregation heard Rev. Snyder'esecond evening sermon at 7:30 p.m. A school in Gainesville. It is rather i I

message of the day song and praise service will be warm vacation I'd say. Lot ot I sponsored speech contest in the' IiII CARBURETORFIRST. ? ':.. r j ,,
Tuesday, July 15, is the date set j work and little fun. Bradford Junior and Senior High at a'I
held on Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. I I :
for the coming of another fine The Floyd Crosbys installed a
"A Needed Revival" will be the I Schools. BECAUSEonly I .
group of young men from Southeastern new electric pump last week \ r
I Miss Kucera was awarded for
Bible School of Birmingham ,Sunday morning sermon topic. They are very happy because the I

Ala. Details will be announced The church's revival services begin I old type pitcher pump required !; her performance at the close of the right/ mixture of gas and {.. v e

later. June 30 at 8 p.m. lots of work.TROOKET. r I the meeting by Mrs. Virgie Avery, ; air in your carburetor will give Youwouldn'tdo tI this
president. you top engine performanceand
The minister ii: quite gratifiedover I
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALThe A talk of reminiscences and maximum gas

the increase in Sunday I : kindly admonition was given during -i mileage"I 1 1I 1I I / to a fresh-washed sheet!

eleven o'clock service at school attendance last week and! i I ( t;
the evening by Rev. W. A. .. '
St. Mark's Episcopal Church urges Skis young folks to keep up i I I "
Sunday will be conducted by the the good work. II I| By Yvonne Ilarrell Scott whose mother was an ardent a complete I J Then why buy a

Rev. William Anderson.Mr. tAAAAAAAAAAAjAjAAAAAAAAAiI worker and supporter of the carburetor } \ fI I
The church i is located on the iI i' I I inspectionis i i II '
Anderson grew up in Florida temperance cause. i '
and recently graduatedfrom ''J. R. Dixon property southwestof I I I G. A. Gay has been discharged I 1 included in our j I It: ./ ;;/;} washer that does!
.I from the Alachua General Hospital j jJ I A song: "The Sinner : !
of the South
the University Lawtey. '
J after being confined therewith !I 1 I and the Song" by Mrs. E. L. Johns d t
:at Sewannee. Tenn. with the de A. J. Flynn Pastor .
gree of Bachelor of Divinity.He virus pneumonia. and a quartette of young people fORETWATTON ""

was ordained in St. Luke' THEltESS.CIiRlSTI.S ('. J. Crews was Sunday guestof closed the program. An hour of
I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crews of
chapel early in June by Bishop CHURCH I I fellowship and refreshment wa? lYOUR
High Springs.
Juhan He'will and will serve in Florida The Christian Church at The res. I James Hamilton of Putuxenij i iI : held after the program
conduct morning prayeranJ I II I FRESH-WASHED
sa holds services River. Md. the few
preach the sermon this Sun Thursday evening j spent past

cUy. A cordial welcome is extend. at 8 p.m. Hear the minister days with family and relatives SPECIAL!

wish attend this bring the evangelistic message! 1 Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay were
e>J to all who to .
which are inspiring and uplifting. i shopping in Gainesville Saturday.:

service. I Enter to worship and depart to I I Pfc. C. J. Testone is spending I ATTENTIONIf lick; cgrUrttor nd. feet. CLEAN

serve.Praier. j his furlough with his parents, }1r.1 SP'n \ CLOTHES STAY

Church of God I meeting is held each and Mrs. George Testone. You Have (aspect cooling system ,

SUrkr-Sth & St. Clair Sts. f Sunday evening at 8 p.m. I Mrs. Beulah Harrell and Mrs. Adjtst fan .... g Mrotor Wti

--Homer Swindall, Minister. 'j M. O. Harrell spent Wednesday PINE OR CYPRESS Ubrkatt dnssh cowpiettJy

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn in Gainesville. TIMBER TO SELL cbo.ge tDf/i./ .a i 9-

ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening; PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS i j Ernest Douglas of U. S. Navy Check cowiitmi ol .brskt a BENDIX

Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service CHURCH U spending a few day with Large or Small Tracts lisped tins nd ste rig ) in Automatic WAS"

Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet- i Sunday School 10 a.m. I friends and relatives here and in' syste.

!inj 7:30 p.m. I Morning Service 11 a.m. ; Star H'. II' ,We Buy All : Road test all'ONLY

La"t..y : Evening Service 7:30 I '
p.m. i Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Raborn, and' I
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn I Prayer Meetings Wednesday I Mr. and Mis. William Raborn and PAY TOP PRICES

ins Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigh i ; .v
children of Jacksonville were Sunday -
Thursday 1:31.) I 0Write 425 '
/ p.m. 7:45 p.m. i guests of M. O. Harrell and I Dirty wafer t goes out the top dirty water goes .I

', I Call ,
family. or I
out the bottom-in the amazing flexible
Mrs Martha E. Cuilmann and W1 U4I OtNUINI cola FAIT

three children of Utah are here tiGHT roe rout rotoi Wondertub. It's :a tub that actually moves-u'lrkJ I

FIRST BAPTIST for extended ,'isitith Mr i B.T.THOMASLUMBER -
CHURCH. Starke an with the miracle agitator to get your clothes clean r
and Mrs. T. W. Markey. I

I' ___ I __ Sharon Ann Harrell i is spend- i CO. ANDREWS MOTOR Forces dirty water up and away from the clothes, .
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor ing a few days with her grand. I PHONE 211-J out the top drain-down and away from the .

Jefferson & Court i parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eddy COMPANYPHONE '
Streets In The Heart Of Town P. 0. Box 735 drain!
I of Waldo. clothes, out the !bottom
PHONES: Office 231Pastorium 130 STARKE, FLA. I
'- II I i I Mrs. Eva Harrell and daughter I lid STARKE. FLA. This amazing washing principle is exclusive with

Morning! Service "Living By Faith" I I Yvonne, spent the weekend with i I Bendix. That's tie rtJion why tk &"Jix Eco+onrt

Evening Service "The Things That Count" I their parents, Mr. and Mrs T B. ,

.Edwards of Worthington Springsand aahmatic was kcr i/s
tIN huxst-priteJ
"Him that com-th unto Me I will in no wise r&tt out". John 6:3 i I I K fattesttelittf, y:t.
attended the Williams and .
rr II' _'_ II the wirU. It gives you fully automatic washingfoe
McAroy wedding.The I I
( P.M.
about less than the price of the average
School ladies of Brooker Baptist $60
Sunday 9:45 A. Training Unions 6:45 PJU. I

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M. church held their W. M. U. meet i automatic wruher. Come in today and ask foe a

VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR ing Wednesday afternoon at the VALUABLE FRANCHISE I I demonstration.' See for yourself how you can A Ilutor.. ...h.1111 it in. b elf. 1 \

church. AVAILABLE FROM enjoy work-free washdays and dazzling, tleaaer Widxt. nart, Twtnnn-drji: ta. 6-
Mr>. Martha Lindeme>er and lb. load tffe.4/fMr. 7-yeuwncwashing j

i iMr... Pennie Turner of Parrish National OrganizationRequiring I with a Ben d IX. tea ffurtnrcc on Meteialof Voienub. > ,

i ( No bolting Jov PiK Rt4
were recent guests of Mrs. Eva only SPARE TIME I don kouK
Sermon anr4ACt, spitun oc
Subject Sunday 8 p.m."Will and small investment -
Harrell and daughter. Yvonne, or p"rtai'n< "
A Just And Loving God Send A Man ; I NO t'nMPETITIowe' bold pi-adins patent 4 1 : "
i, and Mr and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton [LIFE: : : ONLY
right Initial I.te.tment" of 52.M: i to I r' I
To Hell For All Eternity?" We are sorry to report Mrs. J I Ii j 5.,0041 rpg.irrdfully. TDrnll. Thrrraftrr.w i You saw it in
i '?" will a..l.t Y" vrlth financing up to
Edwards Sr. is a patient ir' S":VOOO fur "rtpan'.ioB' ia a rapidly eronla;
Text for this message will not be taken from someJehovah's 1\ I II field", it in real life-the sensational
Alachua General ,, -now see t
Witness' Hospital To qualify you must br" ot''''r' :3.; year* of
"Watch Tower" $2 2 9.95
but from the Bible I i I ac""r. .prrmanrnllT" : located'' .In .,"Dr community -
All members of this sect hate a special invitation to be Weish her a speedy recovery. and br" ahl.In. .tand a rigid character Miracle" demonstration!

present and learn the truth about this important Scrip- l Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eddy andjdaughter \\>" completely and "credit r.ln tabli e t!h;atloo.the" ho.lne., farfon Ben ix Minute \..i.1.huut ii-" I.u

tural Teaching. of Waldo spent and do the adtertl.lm.ou" hate a.
Sunday f relit T TIUH
rent no overhead" and no e-mploTee
with }Ir. and Mrs. }[. D. Harrell.CHI'RCII 1 Prr ua kelrrted will do no .ellinr-need. I .------------------.4
First Baptist Church HamptonBOB no rlperienee-t.+t the honevtr" to Kite .*
a fair ......, In dh Idl.r; oar profit.
GRAY, Pastor OF JESUS CHRIST If you can ...all',.. write detail. Iatl.diaphone *
I '0. to Boi 0C3.OItn..... Fla..

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Masonic Temple Call Street. i II

.... I
I" Sunday School every Sunday!

'"The Church Where Everybody Feels Welcome" morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Serv II I 222-221 Temple I Ave. I" S. 301 Starke Fla. Phone 166Y

ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial Invitationis I I

;; extended to all. J

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Air Inactive Force ReservistsTo Surveys : Seven Men Face NEWS ABOUT United -Plastics- --I Jim 'Rebel' Davis Thirty-Seven --' .-- I'IUD.iY JrXf: 2.. I lY

Occupy New Home . .
Eyes Bright FutureIn >OTIi K
Clarify StatusAir I I-I: ..:( TIO\
On Of OW "l I.I.U\I.! .. '

Mid-July Induction Colen M Rathff son of :\Ir.I Temple Avenue Big-Time Sports Bradford Girls \ 'li Kim ii: nntuFoiii i runt: : IK.tit: u IMI i .'

Force officials MIII! i II NI n \ \
announcedthis I j and Mis. L. E. United I-Ift\ iiilIiIu I

week that all inactive reservists ''% Ratl'ff of Plastics :hn been (),'. Attend 4-H Jul S. m.-.::
Graham Camp L. Pursuant
I cupying us new II. lutthITOI.x to .
)living in 30 northeastern Seven local men face .nduction on Temple! Di.trit.-ts! > >n I -
and form Ave Ait ,
a for the "haw. i
Florida and southeastern Georgia during July according iMrs past six w"eks. The .' 4 Si- atute.* of l i'I! I ,. -.-
er student ofBHS company moved it\-t'\-n Brad; 'ill 4 irivpit of an el. ,. ..
into the Ciuint4 ;\
n t : *
counties building
(including Bradford Dampier. clerk of selective H I'1': .:' fir .
rls th- .
is serving formerly used :, ar. ,.jeildiilg this I.KIT: roiJM LAST .i.: i .
service by the Hartmani week 1 for .
County ) are requested to for Union and BiaJford .I..r .1 \ MI .
appearfor in tht Navy and Machine Shop. r i nerry Lake. a \\ E Eli I.,.1I1t"rti .
can'p i ,
near -
personal interviews in I Counties. The seven r.ien will \
connection \i
is "currently statioped Joe LIlt'on owned
L by the
with a Reserve Inventory ir leave July 15.July's Arnold owner of United ? state Ag- The George Roberts' home !>r "I" .. .", >
I iiitural j
at Koje.Kol'ta Plastics Inc. Extension was "'ount .
1, said that the Service. The the > \j. .
this call decided in. company scene i
area which got under way was a His ad- E :.> ii i girls are of a lovely party Satur- .%giiuujt I'K' I I

Monday at Jacksonville. !I'I crease from June when only one drefis. moved to Temple Ave. tc : r camping with girl day afternoon when Mrs.. Roberto I'i.Iiln/ !1,1! u 11! '
Colen mi
'I get a better location. ( and Nassau count- .tt1 'en M-., I Ii '. .
United / and
The Jacksonville called from tiiz 4 Mrs. L. "
area survey of man was M RaUiff 418. Plastics has :.'> H. Futch entertained :i '101'| ntAll

reservists is part of a nation-wide area. Five were called during' ,' been situated near I i With a bridal shower i'i| .ill;! .! .
99. The] honoring
4th Div. the railroad girls have I
all III.
been in !
station for the outianiling I'L' I I.-
program recently inaugurated by May, and four during April. care FPO USS Iowa B. B. 61,:, three and a half past in 4-11 work I, Mr- George Shufoid. t'-.e former Vote in th'- -

the Air Force to bring old record I II I Those reporting for duty in the San Francisco. years. during the -, Valaria Denmark. A'I..lilC"I ..d.
Calif He would'appreclat. The front of the :.at > ear. While at the FI.'rid.i S.'. I ,
Temple Ave. camp theyvill : '
up to date and i is being carried mid-July call are: Earl Donald .. hearing Loin old building was go swimming twice An attractive color scheme of -i inln'1. > ,.. .I.I I't 'I I

out In the southeast under the : Conner Route 2. Starke: Melvin friends painted and dedeco- a day.1 I Pink. white and to % off HI fc'I,i. i.
iiid was carried .
attend .' : .
rated. and the classes in crafts th. "ti-1 ,
ajjed and i'I 1 ,
company a :
direction of Fourteenth Charles Crawford Route I. Lake out
Airforce in the i-i ..
arrangements of i.t.t i '
show window !personal appearance. I >* I II II I- I
Base Georgia. ;' Butler; Ernest Durant Carlton Cpl Robert L. Love of Rt. 1, to replace the : TWO gladioli and shasta daisies After in I ill. to. l I il -' -
of .
garage doors of the machine our squad won 2nd. H 'I I \1 i '\ \ '
Lt. Col.! Francis C. Nixon. Jack Route 1. Lake Butler; Robert Starke. is now serving with the shop.Mr. ami 1 3rd. a period of informal visiting the M.i1. .'
Arnold place in "
sonville air reservist and project Lloyd Thomas Route 1, Largo; 2nd Infantry Div. on the front' said that the company I 't. original stunt night with ', biide was presented the man>

officer for the inventory said al? Reed Emery Lewis, Route 2, lines in Korea. the 2nd famed' will begin selling plastic -o Notorious= stunts Outlaws"entitled The gifts which she opened and passed !. Clr.-uii I ""."i. llrit.ll.ir-i
novelties 0.
reservists listed in records as residents -, Starke; Tommy DeSue (colored), for its frontal assault on Heart within the next few' W H I Contest" and a "Beauty around for all to see and enjoy. KUrldwi In I han"I'r .uu

of the area have been of- Route 2. Starke; and Harlwick break Ridge, is now holding downa weeks. He said they are already II honorable Another :squad: won Delicious refreshments of fruit \"elt riaintif' >n, \!*-\ i I I' "(rii i '"-' \
cically notified by mail of the \V. Taylor (colored *I. Daytona battle line on the eastcentralfront. doing souvenir and no'elty'ork ,' punch and cake were St'. ved .ell.. l II..C .
on a custom basis. Making! a name forl11st'li! !' in Squad leaders were: Betty Ann i \
a date they are scheduled to report Beach.Farmer's. Cpl.! Love is a .ncrsonal. Attending the affair with the Ontrr Of
i! ----- Mrs.. Arnold hand-paints such the wont!. of big-I iiii- port i:... Simmons. Earlene Nazworth.lMamie : Publi-ail.u.| \nl. Nn. ,-
for interviews. He added however management specialist. He waspre'iou.I hostesses anti honor .l>IM-ar; !%ta.ti, Fl..ri.l.I; I I..
items as key holders. cigarette Jim ( Rebel) David son of Mr I. Clark. Pat Hobbs and guests were KNle 'I-i lItU. I--!, x _
that in event a reservist did! Share )' stationed at the Tokyc ihe bndo's mother Mrs. Owen i ..*ld.-n. "i- }1I".r!
Josephine Bnnson David Jeanette Blount! *"i" N
boxes and of
numerous Floriad Bald
not receive notification. it wouldbe t Quartermaster Depot. I souvenirs I Carter: the groom's mother. Mrs i ho*, nl.I, : ,* l I' "
Small PartIf win. and a grandson of the late Our campers excelled in camp II. ml- ri itii \ '
to his advantage to get in Only J S Shufr.rd: Mrs. Bryant Red You ,
T. A. dutie 't" ,
Brnson and j.
Cpl. Sewell Proctor. The nukes one time residentof won the banner twicefor "
touch with the survey team and whose company plasticsigns farmers gave away the products : wife, Florence lives on Route 1. for orders In Central and Starke the bet cleaned table in the'' Mr O.r 1111.,1.i i ,i-, "h. i .
make arrangements for an interview : Phillips. Mrs. .. ,
SJuifottl K,1
they grow the retail prices Keystone Heights witnessed the South America. Thes. "Reb", as he is known to sports dining hall. Pat Hobbs war .1 v. I I. ,i.ii..i| "
BO he could be advised ofhis I signs Mrs. Effie Miner. I It Kl: I I|'k| 't li" i |. 11..! '
i would be only slightly less according most recent atomic explosion at all dune with Spanish !lett" img. fan" is well remembered in awarded honorable mention for lr V- f,,''It I VI \ 1 _','
exact status in the I Mrs. .
TroBennett.. Mrs W T \t'I'S-! i
I to the Florida Farm Camp Desert Rock. Nev. HP was Starke. having played ball with being a good camper. ill I
; .
The Air Force is primarily interested Walters Mrs. Buster I I I I .1 j
1 Bureau. one of the thousand men of the David the local club some three season?i Friday night the carnpeis renewed i I" ':
in the current Thornton Dies Mr. ;
physical : i the Joyce Futch Mr!* K I) I.\ tVn !1\1 I 1, SI ,V '
I The Bureau says if the farmer 70l.t; Armoied: Infantry Battalion ago. true spirit of 4-H
('condition job or occupationa'experience. Durha-i.! ML I lvk
gave away: Combat Team who saw the dawn At Raiford June 26 Thi outstanding voting athlete work with a'er> impressive IM C Wainv' right.:;; l:, .\! "I.
educational level and ,.
i s Atthiti' ,' Pearve.: Mi Jack \1, "
i i "The corn in a 15c box of corn detonation: while crouched in a graduated this June from Colorado candle lIght ceremony on the lawn, I; 10' -
dependency status of each reservist Bales! :\ \1 I 'I. il. -
11'I I U: -
flakes it would still cost 12.6c. foxhole less than four miles from David Thornton Ijl!'0, iiI at his A & M where he lettered:I This camp was made possible RrddiPh. Mr*. \ I "

This fresh information i "The wheat in a 15c loaf of the blast. home in Raiford. Slat.' Farm. on three years in football and base by the Agriculture Extension P:iiil Dinkin) :Mi-> Bttty Durban: .

will the Air Force accurate June 26 at ." and: :\hs"l"* I l. kl.i: and Ann
give an ) a in He had lived in ball. He Service the CaitcrMi.
i white bread, it would still cost capped his football career County Commissioners -

picture of its reserve manpower !!: 126c. Cadet D:'\v F. R.-ldisii: son of Raiford for 24 years serving; as a by winning all-conference honor? and the School Board .** Wanda Will: p.'lIt last W. C. T. U.

Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish guard at the Florida State Prison ,1- ,'k n.: I Like Citv with h
of aunt
potential in event of future :: "The milk in a 15c can of evaporated and also ranked second national Saturday morning Miss Path "'i IT MAY BK: < OVnKTIIF5 : \ I I'
Starke. is attending a !six-wefk Thornton was bOil in Baker MiF! f Iti h tn'* 'l't'Vall': ,
national emergency.The I I milk it would still cost Florida ly in the pass: receiving; depart Simpson state clothing! f I'miilv I..\lS's Or :N.\TI IU:, l 1\1 l r
ROTC Summer Camp at Fort County. spi nt Riinii.ivith! I t'C! ,
ment. specialist will to them : i iItich.iiil
7.8c. speak or 1%\ I 1.1) O.TS'in: I ) .1) I! > fIT.OIH'CC
surVey is being held in te.Army's I Eutis. Va. The funeral servif- will be held! 1 l i l* and \\ ".iilt
beginning June 2L ictiiriH-.i
"The tobacco in a 23c packageof On the diamond he was recognized the choice and! wearing clothe. ] TilE: ..Ult. I MM '"i-
in the Raiford I ii'!'
ORC Armory located a He is a junior at the Universityof Baptist Church on 'IttV I th them
cigarettes, it would still cost as a stellar third baseman Attending the camp are: Barbara 4(:1WI'.
Florida. Friday. June 27. at 4 p m He will Se\ei r.il) >:i' from
I jntM I.t iutiitteiuleil -
few hundred south of the '
yards whose Sue
Davis Green.Lticretiu
20.9c. hustling style of Beverly .
be buried in the South play ( Kl.l.K.IOl N TM.IPHONE "'t u 'I'"
I: Brothers in service are Doyle Prong cem- ; the Hatle\-ri.kms;: \\ 1,1\
main gate to the Naval Air Station "The cotton in a $3.50 shirt: it etery.Surviving. sparked the Rams through three Cumbei Jean Wait > f
Manning(left ) and Howard Manning Joan tl l.ng at Heilbronn Baptist t t'liM.1:i iI !
I greet seasons. One of that rl"gion's Wait. Sandra Mott Mamie
on Highway 17. would still cost ?3.20. him his wife. the
are I
1-ist I Sunii.n
sons of Mrs. Volhe F. Manning Mi!* Mi I: \\.Ih I
Clark Sue
former Inez Brannen top third sackers Jim is Chastain.VilIo
: three daughters -
of Aunt of the bi lit!. ,
Starke. '
; Doyle's address is: s"r\j! i
Mrs. regarded as an excellent Hammond. Earlene Nazworth, Di
: A. A. Crews. Lake P.ntler professional
| Pvt. Doyle E. RA2I62::! -- I I'anistMiss.
Manning, : I
I : ti-S. S. B. prospect. ane 218
Carroll. Miami
and I
11 nnouncing New Family Hospital PolicyAll 8789 Med. Det., 999th AFA Bn.. Mrs. Enimory Townserd. Webster Born in South Carolina Jim Charlene Hardy Elizabeth Pre Linda ('.11'1: of Jai konille

:| APO 301. care PM. San Francisco three :: vatt. Marilyn (Cox Patricia Hobbs .1/ spent the v.eekt-nd ;acre with l COLONIAlFLORIST
sons: Lindsey. High Springs:;; was a all-around high schoathlete. )l : 1
wrapped in for and (chil ler
up one package ,rOUt yourife I Calif. Howard's address is: S. Patricia palents.lr and Mrs. C F
Charles. Alvarez Sandra Lamb ,
Dade .
City: and Dewey. lettering in football I ,
dren. it idt's for and boart Mivrllanewus I : (barter.:
: Hospital room
prll\ Sgt. Howard C. Manning, AF34: State Farm. basketball and baseball. After Cecilia Mae McComb. Emily Me- ':

hospital expenses: ; surgical coverage for low additional 934323 5001st M 8.S Cp.. Hq., Also surviving him are two sisters graduating from high school he Daniel. Charlcne Dennis. Helen Mr. and Mrs Frank Jones moved

premium; hospital ro\erage In case of childbirth or APO 731, care PM Seattle Wash. 'Xeiv! Henderson. Janice t o their former home in Gaines-
: Mrs. Della Manning.: Starkt'oI spent some time in the Merchant Mary I|

ml..arrl3g.d.lillonal l'ulIioerage optional. and Mrs. Enoch Stafford. State; Marine and then served an 18- I Jenkins. Betty Ann Simmons. | y illc iast Monday. The Jonese:
I h labe..n
living FLOWER
in Lawtey for the
Farm: fourteen grandchildren month hitch in the Army Following I- Dorothy Masters Ferrell Jean .

Conner & Insurance I" -r-- I and one great grandchild his discharge, he entered Bradley. Betty Ga.kins. Jackie 'tI ast three years. Mrs. Jones wa; FOR .
Gay Agency '' e mployed as teacher in the OCt AS'! 1V:
DeWitt C. Jones is in charge of Colorado A & M where he quickly'began 1I.lrlt'Maxme Jones. Patricia'f' pri-

; the funeral arrangements. to make a name for himself :! Wain 'rlght. Ola Mae Phillip,, nary department of the Lawtey
116N.. Court St. Starke Phone 285 J tumor r High School.
in the world of sports. I Barbara Gakm. Juanita Blount.

!! Farm Woodlands Give Jim hasn't decided yet whether 'Janette Blount. Frances li-.fllriiiU '., Mrs Alice Jones of San Fran )
j jI' I''is'o. Calif. was visiting Mrs. L. (

,: Continuous Income he'll football go in or for pro a career baseball.of but pre Hilda Crews and 1 Linda Cp-wa. .1. Hill last week. ,'

i A number of the Lawtey 4-H

WINKLER( ELECTRIC SERVICESales II! There is no conflict between whichever he chouses it -eem* Constant Fogging I ( 'liih Gills are at the Cherry DISH GARDENS

certain that future
a lieyahead
l forestry and farming said A. A I. ke Camp th' week for their POTTERY
A15 I of hiiii.Drainage .
:Murphy of the U S Forpet, GO-.,.. Protects Starke ,'initial campinc.! .
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ice. Woodland!* can be grown or Rev W. 'T. Walters and L II POTTED PLANTS

ZENITHRADIO 4 land that is not used for farm Well From Mosquitoes F' itch were in Gainesville last
crops or pasture. At Sampson's Lake Tuenlay attendin the Disind FLOWKIIS WIRrANYWIIHRE \

Fut lennore. he said a good I Conference of the Gpine.svilU I]
There's been no imtiieanh
managed farm woodland can Ready Next Week l District of !the Methodist chm-i'!'H-*
provide onl t'.nmgbl'e'ze:; lately. but Nona St Starin
the farmer with 'i Mrs. L. II. Futch is in Laki .
and good continuous what breezes there < b,- enjoyt'd -
? are an
((1. income. He said that The di-i:it.- '.s :It fit Samps iii't: 'i i l land attending the Si inflict M..- "4
more tulh rn Starke' ."
Televisionalld timber is unlike many natural r<- Lake slu.tilil! h. in '>p'ijH Kn *oi>ietime porra-sitti'rs. :according Dr. .\. sion or Flotilla Southern ('illt.:

*ources since it can be II U v ?-'Ii a< I'MiluifT t.I f'j\e Friends of J. H. Mc.ot.,11 I h, _

Service &! <- forever by proper care replenished and Pan i k. nuilr; the \\eli. Paii'k Y. Cwington. director of tht interested i to know that ht '.- im' 4
: Health
ween eeefl- -------------r_ __ _I planting. said that the forms have been: Bradford County Depart- proving. He ha- been < onin- ', Let Us Thoroughly

Murphy listed four poured and a 30 inch pipe is extended ment. to St. Vincc-nt's Hospital in .1.n K
221 X. Captain Oliver .1 Edwards. Jr. steps tcgood At least mosquitoes are being Wash Your Clothe
Temple Ave.STAUKK
Phone 166 farm woodland into the box to run the sonville 'or several da\ s.
of Starke, .ias just completed thr : management water into the well. I held to a minimum here he said. 9 Pounds

Armed Forces Information' SchoolOfficers The health .department's continual
FLORIDA I H The farmer As soon as the forr.i.j are set
j should guard relatively Barbara Akridge 12 For 40c !
Intelligence and Educa- he will couple the : fogging has kept this area ,
against pipe extending
-n .. uncontrolled
p-SSSSS-pj-ssrsrpflessfl----- penS SpSflflS tion forest fires.
course He is free of the humming pestf
a reserve officer :
I' ((21) The understocked : into the well with pipe from the Died In Jacksonville FREE Bleach If Desired
and a former school teacher in areas that have been making main-
I should be planted with the : lake and t'.ie well will h* ready le pie Are. Staifc

social tudie.s j I species. propl'rtree for operation. parts of Florida unlivable this Bnbara .4 ki itlg.' d-iughter of,

I Capt. Edward is now a stud- The well project undertaken, summer. ('urti .\ and" (Uiui.se Fallin Ak
((3l' The ,
f tnt at Ft Benning. Georgia. Dur- ': thinned to woodland should be in order to lower the basin of the: Covington says t'aat his assist ridge died t St Lukes Hospit 4! e

I ing World War II he prevent overcrowding.; ant. Jack Trawick, is out five
I served 1? lake to keep it from lal'k"oll'Jlh''dn"sda' June 25
(It ) The trees should be 'iar- overflowingwhen WeWiIJ
I months in tile European Theater nights a week fo gIPgmosquitoer She was born June
it 14. 1940
I' is flooded with water Iron I iiCario !
\VAN'TK1Graduate: nurse or lievii.ed j 1-01 i: I ISKXTThree: I.edroom filllli.xhed .- ''of Operations. He was awarded I' vested when they reach maturity., Alligator Creek. if the weather is favorable. Tra- Ga. Dry Your Clothe
practical nurse. part timeJuly. house These
in Kiigily I.ak! I II trees will fall'ictim
Apply 301 W fall St (f rail Mrs I C.-n: KUnn Phone 127: ,I 'ihe bronze tar with cluster for to insect. and diseases A test well was used for a wick said that the fogging is in- Prayer seivue will be held at For 20c

I It.-hg Ii11:1. .'7 his service if not after rain or during a j 'he
K ," :i.\LI--.un..1I Ked iilt.x TOiirmi during the war. He harvested after period of four or five weeks which effectual a residence at 11 :a t m. Fnda\ la SewutllmaU Un.A'
i they have reached
; 1'igsVtinlnns around'on ".\:' WiiKs:, (Uillo and Ap: ,i has had six years active duty worked with brisk wind. He says he has fogged itodax i I.
Nome success although -
IU t .* Will sell all. J rVl'bilf. maturity.
on* i.r pliiin Sei" !I. ; I
pen 10 till and four June
I to
I i years in the 11 times this month Funeral *'ivi it i.s w'.II b-
army reserve -
Itt :2!. Jl x 7 : Ju. .T: 'I 11Ki'l : TI' I; 7 it didn't operate long Ion 0
I .:. 20 and 11 times in May. ducted the
i ai i Eat..htle *
enough to mucii of Bapt.*
provide a check
.\ K" r.K. 'ud..r 1'111'1'1'"-. I I."I 'a 10 l: :> \I.K: kIII-, I. I l..ik.- National Guard
J'hone :':s-i. Mrs Kuili l .'.,, l-; "'. I II'l" l lot w. -t i ....1.. |1..o \ \I"",. !'oI".1 hat k Capt. Edwards is the son of Unit for flood conditions. The test, Each night the city's fogger Church Cano' ra; Sunday .1-u >

.\\1.'111.I ., '.,n.-v. i.\j. : :I K-St.ukKl.i iroin $1 ',11 !, Dr. and Mrs.! O. J. Edward of St List Nine Promotions well pumped 5000 gallons of watt sprays 40 to 50 gallons of Dies&I! :29. at 3 pmD.tt Washeten'a\

Petersburg.. His wife. Evelyn, C Jones is .ianl! ,
lIt K1CNT: Modern furnished rot- : :'I'hgIi; per minute oil and 20 pounds of DDT. r

t.ig.on\\" S sibI Like... Silxer Very I.: I..a.al.It./: / .. ....-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.TTTTTT'-------, now resides in Kilgore Texas. Stark'* N'u'iin i ;' Oiurd; unit I fogger can spray an area covering ; funeral arrangements 1IIIiI'--- -- -l- ._-.
: M A T T H E S S E S Ovid D. Bennett.Seaman- USN r. announced nine promoron.anl: Three Large Real i 300 to 400 acres a night whic'.i

.,.. Ml thr. e re-enlist.. i" .s t'1' .; week means' that Starke can be fully Pecan Growers Vole -
Ft I! $.\I.I'-I": I f' I H 'me Ft > < !> OF AIX Starke recently for ten month
KINDS ::SaltiVe
prat I. IIII h new Al I-.. Tw I in TillVaslnttir ,- > Thoes Estate Transactions *prad. in two and one half
H#atr \ M.ii'hlli... .\.1 1 IconiIlti.in K E N 0 V A T E D duty in the Far East. lit e: promoted and tilt rank To Continue Controls

T. 11"* If deMI.-l SH' I i- "...n'ingablard the USS Weiss t'.iey now hold are: Rodnry P. nights/ &!
I':. Tlnee flj
'H.hgtlOTIIKIl Hal'l inajni' I iP.il! ----tale trans !
< :>rl John* : M. Set.
a highspeed transport of the Pacific : Sergeants, Raleigh : .II'tIlJltS t have b'-en teronleil till The fogger is also used! out: I In i r- 1 ern, rfferondum' ;v: '
i I John\ in i ".. ..oni.|.,i.il.now Amphibious Force. l V. Crosby. Robert B Cros month Kridi'inl night a week in Hampton and one Voted! '11 mii'inili-! ti'derHl ''lIlr.'er i L STARKI j
III : County, according
He at 1-.11 III.lI..m. by.
1'1..1'1..1 11 Frank \V.
I & Auto I ul.I'I| | l V i'H.1 I.r .,imht! I 7) Bennett returned here last November DryJen Jr. and in. records> in the otfice f r night a week in Lawtey. e\ the iniikftinp of p..- .1' .

9.>,.... a quart ..f I'I.STIKI ,'1'1<: after Fred W. Wimpy. Trawick Ffi.. Sal.-June 1.7; .IItl'lflE "
spending eight t A. J. Thotna clerk says the spray's kill i iF grown m Georgia. Alabama. Florida '
of the

Tr.\X'I'\II: FINISH: Its It" K X I T U U EKeiiphoNtrmI : circuit
......,..1..rtlll oh linoleum anil fI..t. mont'.i. in Korea: and Japan 1 CorporalsJohn B. Clark, court. 92 per cent effective at !500( ) fet Mississippi and South ("a to- ) ( FE.\TIIU

_:a.I" ..'JUlin""! r* \\'.\\illg. II. heKOIl and where hi* ship participated ir LvmI I) Hamilton. Kenneth D. and 75 per cent effective at 1000 linn Almost 69 per cent of the "Excuse DustIN I
Mamie Lou My
Kefinished Norman
special operatons that were and Marklee J. N'orman. feet. He the grower.1voting: favored contin
S \I.I'- fo| |" r -kin\ p.-i.' a41 connected says mosquitoes have
sold her home in Lawtey to Mrand : TK< IIIM'OLOi:
1 mm II I II l..-\\ 'i". i iUl with The
-Ins. Jt per HASTINGS MATTKESS CO. underwater demolition three members re-enlisting' a range of two miles and that nan -e controls
lox I I1*; :'t IJ' < I Mn Hubert E. I'riest for i a \\ ilh ltd sk.-li-, ''.
j II i | It<)\ 230 I'alatka. f1a.1| teams. tire SFC. Richard Carter. four sum of $:'.000. Mr. and Mrs. S more mosquitoes are constantly The objective of the programis

KOH S \1.1 I <: :?.I I't -<- I'"" > t (;i.inlrnTrartn I I, AAAAAAALLAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4FOT years previous duty: Sgt. Ra entering the area. He says there I to raise th' average quality IJ' .\ \ )
uiih liiriiinK iil.-w :indtrn William M. Davits son of Mr. leigh Campanella. Graham. sold almost
'" utirr iMml whe..l>. I:, "*" r.KVTVroom V. 'rosby.. four year pre'vious is i little chance for a 100 per cent '' pecans 10 stimulate consumer ie
: furni hed and Mrs. nine acreof
.. Oscar L. Davis. Route 1 land to Mr and
flitting' il..n.Pti.h| ir-' tr. < apartment. comfortable bed L. duty: and Cpl. Fiord .' kill or a permanent kill. I m and anti improve grower returns GOLD RAIDERS
K.-yMi'HtIhKhwft) iOii.ii>1 17-H : eletiru r.tncrt'all si ridge. K Starke Fla., has been promoted!'! Futch. three Mrs. Michael Barrfor $2.000.Barry's All
s-\ !t" 7' < St.trke. tike lit l.ll.-J road I' I to years previous duty Covington added t'nat the health pecans shipped from th.- ar' *
4 corporal while newly acquired land .-
with] t.south '
mile to lion-- with MKII at Kate. 1 serving i I department rn u-t be inspected and meet 111.111fT'lIm \\ ith (f. i.rge' "lind''
F4 bit SU.K-"IIt.'I'>>* Un.l on :tii'- ,'.111 I \\ j IIn. ItrookMde: Apts; the 519th Military Police Battalion of the Brooker Road on t' had received many ..
ttivrhu'ir sol. .". tom h..u"al..r ; favorable !standard ot rjualiU ,IM' \lll 1..1,1 ( ll.lpIlT' "Iami .. -t
tfi 519th comments their
in Korea. entered S. 301. The on fog
ami liislit On.I I-.ul.> 1..U '. SII.T the Army in'' Barrys are resident S,7'" (

< .>J. mfl.Mi-. fruit ir.**. harealnwn : !i, i.ir: j. i) ODOM. JI(. His battalion whic'a has its March 1919 and has been awarded, 'Dt Starke ging most of them stating that tirluluillSun.

... .. .r M onct> IV t" Jon s.V.t ll\Ml.i: 1UI It the United I I it i> now safe to sit on the i1
\ l.i-x 10. t"*,,,,..,.. Via) _1li I' VITI.I: IItI)(;" companies scattered across the Nations Service Rib- Mr and Mr* George P Milner. at pon WMU .. Mon.-June :l"i "

-i\I.i: combat zone, is responsible for bon and the Korean Service Ribbon !' :St arke. turned over some night without attracting hoard Baptirst Hears '
KOH S \!.1-: !, ,l.flM MisMonarvnr I.IIP flak leach "'."n.lar property IIf 1II0Ilqllll.II'
Nrrv pant l>>' th. h..<1 I'nliilk.i earl Thur..tl.l? road patrols and the security with two campaign stars. on Westmoreland St. to Mrind "Meet The Alaskans"In "Bright Victory'llh

C."ixl plantcrown w \anl.n against infiltrating -. '
guerillas. \\
Mrs. W. S. Graves Stark Arlhiir Kenm-ih ii'I'egg
..\#:\ an., \\ eli\ rmittil J. Maurli'ei.vlrd' rii>TK-T von: 1-CI'mT1I-O: : Colen M. Ratliff. seaman I Recent Program
.. Jr !ti> 7 4K Fireproof Protect" Security POX Corporal Davis a military policeman I- USN apprentice ,for a price of 13500: The property Strange Chicken Wing : : I ltos

%Mt SVI.V-l-t ft ,; K .>!.-.'tri.rrfrlitiTBtfir ,.- i' box beautiful$1'1 i '.'"i,Lire pin*. hea\\tax. duty ISraJford steel i in Company (.' of theM Mrs. L. E. Ratliff son of Graham of Mr., Fla.and I[ ha 420 feet on the westside Has Foot Attached Th- Dtoam and! buI r.es' mt- \1,," f art'ion .t: l..ar,1 vTues. .-s

old imilfl in u.>"1 of Westmoreland
and ;
fount Telegiapli riru TO .'PI'r..UtIII is among the 2200 cxnds n g of the Baptist WMU was held
\ -ll\ f.r r.il j tfsi.VGER crewmen
.n.tlll..1I 1l1! ortridc
> I Circuit ('..rt. llm.llonl Conn,. serve: north -of Peggy's track Mrs John R DeVoTe .. July I-OM \
fni, a xnrilliT mie AN"f v'!..,IJ... I. rkK.-r* ing aboard the battleship USS of Law- in the Educational] building la-
-'\tr 4-or, nil".t"n\ 'l" 11.1..1! I' SEWIXt; :Machine Com- Jennie M Major transactions tet brought q strange ihuken
1'.0110111.) 1'1.'n' \ Iowa in Korean conducted week with 24 COMANDOESStrike
.. watersSince presentThe !
$ :\t. I. \\ aT t.r''o. H.imn'nSMK plln Lake t'tv )'Ia. Phone SSO.I J.-hn .1 1'.11.01.'" I'fn.i. .
1' will .iurmg th. lat half ( wing to thp Telegraph oftve
iFlt "
v.iur May
machine mlude
In .
tip .5. :N" leaving "mothballs" to Dor.t Al : -rmar riP :" '.'. ain At Dawn
,... .. I top condition. reasonableV '.tl., .. Tn ,..".... relieve i ,' SlO.iklO sale of a house or Tu(' 'lTh, t parttt"Iar.tn!
:S-rv. ,:a- It.: : j u"" only jtrnirtie Sinper partsi i I' I -r .-t. her sister battleship the I charge:; of the !"sfl, Tho-
,.0. n.-rf,>,.t ..|irt'"Io.n (.;1\ ,.- \1,"- I i Our !'ot'n'h'e tuts! will pick and dence is i \\ I'r I ''US3 ;tlaiiison St by Mr and Mrs. T looked as if it couldn t rlf'rl.II" prig Paul Mimi & Anna I Iartoon .

t -_ "'r"1...t..r.. P.. .,... ..... "'. "a: New delivery service upon request.up _.i: iII"I Unknown.i ....) notified. that a continued Wisconsinthe to bombard Iowa: has j 11|14 MtN'eNI to Mr. md Mrs Eu..tir whether to fly or walk At the'V i i-votional wa., eiV" )I"\ :'of TiThe 1 ') {' A :NeuVed. *

Singer machines. are available ; nt for Divorce ria..' h.'cn filed t'.ie: Com,- | j, "elbow" of the Lee t !.- tPhc
th 'P'1 '
\ McKnightAinth > n program
JI't.nI.I- B> *i." .t" v 'v |; t'n teaon.lie! term I wing protruded
Against you In the at|""V named munists
.. ., in
rt.f.O il t.I'.1.1.| "" vIV .tr n i round-the-clock .
,i.-r pmiiil. .1 HVninu-..... ." I Court a-.d eaic and you artl-..- support .. r May transaction saw what looked like the b<:- ;J' AI..sks.. wa pr.-s. i', ..i h' \ .. Thur.-Jul\ _
I FOU TilE BirPGET-MIxnED: Bride 'i 0'iircd! to !'er\e a copv of of United
I ;t.-hg -\110( En \'..\Vtdd.ng InMta- ,. or plead;PS to the cnmnla1"your answcr '- Nations rmr-i :trnps ." i, res .t ",1 t<> Mr and Mrs Z g.nning of a chicken's foot Therewvre 1 f r. ;. !I"* gram -bar :1.1': Mrs IJOI'BLE: FKATI Kh

V\1 \.t--'Cft "...-.. .. ,. ". h.'f: tions on fine, rtgfl'flt) p.iponlv -'r i the. Pta'n'tif'. .Vt'"rn'v 7a-h M During her fir: .' -m *v H mi-It--i I: Brooker. for 6000.; three distinct t."s and nut I< i L 'Pi i TN> ;v ttk-g: pa '

..,.......'., .li..r hifw"h "...,, 11",1 Ilii'T I i; I H'.Hf.-.! r..unty ( loggia.'. 505: L\ neli Building. Ja !k- : had a well-formed nail on it T4--
( I' r. Telegraph *o,1vlii!]. bat. the r '1.1" M I' i- Mr.. .
> .
'.n" ..... Irt i ..",. 16 ,'IY.. ,e".1. tf Florida.! a'id fil'! the ".tie.i > : : > i -:vrn" John F Frt.emar I :\1'I.. Mr L f, f'\\',,l! SOLDIERS THREF
in the office of .. didn't discover the
th.- 'l 'rk .
f S .
-Ii 1'.11 IIi >iti>*hlre i.-tl h; %. ". > : i" } "ii, : roperty which extend L .
'r< 11 It Cmi'-t' "fl or before th. > Fivnr aIdIr.1 Ndiarl r.nnyt-r: :: \\all.r )I'tj.I
':f" ',.. te.-p.. h..i.-. RADIOS I E"mF.nUI formity until the chicken a N I :
r- :or"ltr Dc'Ifl :0': 'h l da'f Juh1' "'.: othrrIII. .. i : rt road running south .
biyand rth.rmi hull"i'1&:11 I.." i'it I MaLr. \II MorfrU .' allegation' "' "-i'.1 i'..'>ijil.i r.t :OJ ;:: .J,':.. ..... "' '''1 .., Hampshire Red rooster haft De''n .. '1 '. ..a-e'I with pr.ir >,'.
the \\I.)
i X 'f T.xwt.-r ,.ft n.). !/II Itrn.onnhle will be I -I rom Brooker Road. Ther'li" -
rhnrer cnarantrrd a? conf'-'J l ty y.'i 3000' r-mr.ds killed and dressed ?Ii H L H'h t1! Mf.
VT of:4 :
14n A
H Strickland. !
cn t''. ('. "nrriiFiti> I This notice shall :>- ( !t>) 7for J i TOt "'. fall it. once each week for t1'.' 1 v ,
l ll'flR SUrke > installations
I.C. 'v > :
weeks In the Dralfor '. ai''i: .' > !.' I ri:: in i\-\ I-t t > Bragg Branch, YELLOW FIN
i '
1vDated T !"
""""I\.ltt.R. :\-Fu..I.1 anal'tm"nt Fn P.KVT-Partially I': I"h of XiirUi K'>r-> i \! r i!' 1 M Chester IL Baglev Huys Angus Hull AL, i-.i; '." z wa*

.,,1.-.)_tho fltlitR Phi !OM w"'r" furnished. Fraiee house behind this Ittb cia) .9i2 The I .' ,.' I t.: i--i I ,-ie land along U. S. J W .. : h. h- \v\n 1.-" Mrs \\ al I'.. Mirrixilrian R.
",1au 1ft. 1 't Riptist "'hur.-h JI3 mo. A.. (OFFICIAL SEAL>*> K : Taom: > v i :> : . White of Starke rr -n. pr.- .
z. Mrm. N'at \VlUUm Itp J. Thomas. Clerk ; > : the Starke .\1.... l.41t""r :Ne
Administrator of the of Farmer'
It i Court : Command' ';:,".. M ]purchased a purebred Abeidrs: i Sj.aiKT'; n-n. T 1 : ,' tlos- "
Ey Myrtle T. .
Deaver. _. .. .
-tr Clerk ; .
, rkrt from Mr and: Mrs. Ear!I A bull from Dan E Killer of
I with ,
6 e: 4- : : 8 MA et prayer by Mrs. Gu'<'
i Edwari; A' d pr.cof $65')') ;':H : M.) P