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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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71 fumingea.on" .n Bradtoid, Coim agi better growing ,.I ) eli with $S1,166.23: for a La.stears total for pepp.! -1
t \ Tue first is this the betear a F1 & !
( slightly larger ( ago This year' tobacco $42.960 which was selling at ,
\ in history for the county's i! brought a strawberry may be affected somewhat .a tub. This year's pepper av i' I .

: dirt farmer" and the second--did ;). s3.418S8.. the June drought. but it rivaled $3.47 1-2 at the Brooker M I ,: ., / .f i'

total crop sale for the year pa-e' Sweet corn was the ) -t vear's record crop in acreage The growth of this crop c V$4 'f'1t ( .:t .t< .

the SI.000,000' mark? i' gest disappointment. measured bv the fact that '.; l\ ,

.. A "known" grower revenue :' mated 3,200 acres of ( I I lush another years agl"t
potatoes"a- crop -' "-<.
"lgtIre of SS17.000 can be arrived I,| planted as compared < 18112.50 tI, ,. 5 \ ; r\" I
at but there are several unknown i acres last took a major jump this vear. f. _
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kno1.figure of 31919.84 "'
tactors m the marketing of farm low price cut down its |r Last fall was a bumper ..",
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produce Among these are how nue. Low prices ( i pecans and 171,878 pounds hr. p1fJI' ,.'.. .
producer.1'I'$ the bucket" compared to tht t. '1: t. ;;, .
:'. much corn was sold at the Heil- farmers to leave up to in $31.651.28 to the county. I'. I "Cf '
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y' bronn platform ? How many their crop in the field. I j I : have shown a !steady cln-,: ". .1 'J' i "I.: .
in the field". A
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potatoes and other products were A total of 96,622 revenue in the last three v -
I I \' e-timate: would put the't'lIlIe
The giant "sidewalk! rmsher" jictureil atwixe I.. /going aiM.,,! its old "in the Held ?" And how the local markets as \ of this crop over $100.000.Peppers The 1950 crop brought 20.17 p44t

>v<>rk of making roof for a wider Temple .\\... The. courthouse andCounty many products were sold individually 46.0S5 for last vear. the 1949 pecans paid 7.81 '- -, : : .V4;
in road side markets, or! year's were another "high- :
corn brought Watern' 'lon<5 asi'l.mbej! ; : \
Agricultural/ Building stand off in the background./ The lower
m Jacksonville. i| a dollar crate of -" crop this ycatBrad- .
per r''n' prf'IIj"I'; I T1'tl !
picture !J111the last remains of several old landmarks the massive
This year's "known" total tops I i and the total revenue County's peppers filled a two- .:'.. >. ('util..i] Wl:. r'k ..
ouk. on the \\tit side of the rourihoiise that \\en- victims of
I a conservative estimate of, for stAnds at $118,500.81:, ; 'ek gap;: between South Florida II,,!, 'I' ."-tmlt: ,I i i \ I Is .

the widening OIIt'l"'dtinn.Commissioners. SSOO.OOO for last year's productsbut 1 I and $209,126.00 in 1950. j I I "' and Carolina peppers t.. \ .,.,.!r. '1 rIp Iy ,'-' : : i

chances are last years figure On the basis of (. i i,, :- 592.:!37.l1 1 "known" revenue JI.I .t' I -. \\\lr"I1' I I I" ;':

was too low. The county's twc i, tobacco jumped ahead :- the county's glower Most of 0'. .\ .. .. III

Hear Tax Assessor major crops strawberries and : corn as:: a county revenue ]i[ &t' county pepper was sold a; thi T: t- tiiiIflL \ : .

,orn produced less revenue than: in fl- 1111" .1 iii ll\ I

,i year ago, but some of the coun-1;I Figures from the Starke Stat Farmer's- Market for the .vasu. hi' rz r '1 grt'.i" I i ..I' p'. TV.i :. .

Homestead Exemptions Rise $80,000Tax ty'.. other crops may have more : just closed are as follow*.: -* f.ll. ::1."Ii.'fli1" ,. t," !:t.tth!.
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Minn filled the gap. Baby Lima Beans: 3 hpr fi $2.25, $6.75. I 1"-:' pte\'I" : ; :Hl"II'd

The "measurable": markets in i, Butter Hiuns63: hpr., Hi $1.35, 85.39. ".nl.h! : '. $1 I\i:: -I.! i <> t :'i

values on non-exempt prop the county are: Starke Farmer'? .,. h ,,, '
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." Fonthook Deans: 399 r to $1.34 1-2. $;;36 6; III
bid) S9.0" >, iiiiiiii- .t i t ti.t'l-I 'in \ ,11 lit hpr. k
ertv complied for the 1952:: tax :Market: ( $209.000)). Brookrr Farm I !1111 I I ]lm': C "r alit! "I ,' ,) "t t .
on No 12 Calt i pill:u tiaitoi now- String Boas: 1.051; hpr., & SI.82,1$1.923.5J.; '1i ;
r >ll for Bradford County were er's Market ( 251.000 I, Brownlee th'll'1.\ :\-I. I' .> \ i _, ,
owned by coun'v: for the 73: h. p. Sweet Corn: 49,548 cits. & bags,, @ 88 l-2c $43,602.24.Cucumbers .
onlylightly! larger th'in the values ; for three .
and Chasteen ( $103.00,0, tald: } ; 1\ t e nWl'kp', 111 BM IIIsI"!
tc grader. The price of the 100 h.p. : 3 hprs.. t fa $1.33.1.00..
for 1951; according and
complied crops only pepper. corn Th.v j.iodnctw.iii'd' : .11 a *'.1 _
grader minus the Caterpillar: I Egg Plant: 71 hprs.. 'I $1.25, $88.75.
Tax Assessor Guy Andrews in his '! pecans and the Production and! a--oited grocery basket and IP.eluded 2ti'W

anr.ual report to the Board of trade-in was 9975. j'I''Marketing Administration's figure I Black Eyed Peas: 20 hprs.. r', $1.25, $25.00. : baby lima beans. bn tet

County Commissioners. The other firms in the biddingwere for the 19.( ;>1 tobacco crop Crowder Peas: 251 hprs.. '
The 1952 tax roll was set att.t52.t92 : Florida Equipment Co.. i$192,260.29>I. i| Pecans t il931); ) : 75.878 Ibs, 'n 19c, $14,47151. I beans pole beans. (cucumber- 'gg

as compared to $4.440.- Gibbs Corporation. Seaboard Strawberries remained %ihe coun: Peppers: 1.85 tubs, 'i H.6-1. 862676. plant. black eyed pea, crowder L

115 for 1951. an increase of $12.377 Truck and Tractor Co.'ern.- ty's leading money maker at the Potatoes: 378 hprs.. ft $2.07. $783.40. {teas. squash. tomatoe.- cabbage:: 4.

in taxes. The totr.l county valuation I! Wheeler Equipment Co., and1.. i "known" county markets but cold Squash: 20 hprs. (ft $188 $2883.; okra Black Valentine bean- Pictun-d abe aiv three ph.t-..-., tungo "Mum.'iiinj anti jep

13 $6.967.772 of which $2.515-:! : D. Moody and Sons Yn('., all ofJacksonville. i dry weather and a lower price Fresh Su'awbtmes.36-p1.' 22,005; crts, ;. $8.46, '$158,217.31. Tendergreen beans and ant i rides of the liumjilirevs ( tld ( iiritoratlon. annual I iiirlliit July

2SO. or 36.09 per cent i is tax I per crate than last year sharply Frozen Strawberries 36-pt., 89 crt., fi $3.88 $346.29. loupes. picmi The pirnu sioretanl<< reaiN' liki) this ;ui .-..liniai.M( ) t,, to; <)

exempt. J. R. Kelly. county tax collector. reduced the berry gross.! I Frozen Strawberries: 24.qt. 2.2Si i ii .
Homestead exemptions increased reported credits of $6.)21.0;) in This total strawberry for 1950 amounted t I"
year's 1
and ISO
ream won bingo and I 1000 children-
I 1 j Tomatoes: 309 tubs, (f $2.63 1.2; 'SIt 21. jr111'4.
from $2.319.420 in 1931: to $2.tOO.- real estate and personal taxes :and! revenue at the Starke Market was I 10125053. showing an increased
: TOTALS: 154,229 nitg. $268.794.56.
790 in 1952. a net increase of credits of $31.76 in intangible: $19i.JOi.60.; ( Last year also a I : revenue value of 12,00-r f--i

$31.280. personal property in his!! report of poor growing year, it W/J Figures from the l.iooker Faimei's Market for the season just j these "minor" crop- in the shoit Work On Blanding's Utilities Begins
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to meet as and double closed are as follow : .
The Board agreed errors insolvertes $237.4 83.0: with approximately period of twoear- ,

the Board of Equalizers on Mon .: assessments for the 1951 tax rolls. 'the same amount of strawberries1 Yellow Squash No 1 : 4.6S5 hprS. V $2 16. SI .131.32. I I r ,

S day. Aug. 4, in the county courthouse These credits were approved by .1 I Yellow Squash No 2' 1,362 hprs., fi $1.08, $1,470.96. II I 'Owens Co. Will\ Hire Local Laborers 1

to hear complaints and the board. : Black Valentine Beans3.727: hprs. '"/ $2.51. $9.35t.77. Post 56 Plays

testimony from property owners ,I Kelly also mentioned that the: Alvarez Takes Tendergreens Beans: 3,131 hprs.. fn $2.51. $7,916.89.

t. of real, personal. and intangIble'personal activities in hs office have out I PoJe Beans: 6.114 hprs.. *r $ : St. Augustine .1. hit BS'.i',:..r. proje,.t nnnnjrer : l -
property in the county on He .I Softball Lead \ ';I,21\\S\1Z9.9.J. for the \\. D O\em L'Oiitiucti but lie had lit i.'- |I. i ,
grown his present quarters. Fordhook Beans: 877 hprs., t ;}. : -I
assessed values fixed by the t A "t'I'ies of cancellations left the jiIi.t ivheie tin-, !.:nnv,.., '. .
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the requested that he be allowed t<. Camp Blanding >lliufhterei1': :' Butler Beans13.376: hprs.. '"i 2.57 1-2 $34,443.20.Peas :: ,'Post, 56 Junior Legion ba-eball'! ', >n Co of Ciearwater: :ir- i iplace
county assessor. offices with the tax a- rived in Starke this week and be
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exchange ,1 J league-leading Slade Gas Co. 29-6.1 j (black eyed and crowder : 17.635 hprs., fi $1.51 1-2, 2671702.
team '
without I ,
will to play SW '
The County Commissioners !sessor and that the room adjoining I. a game gan making preparations for the pr said that fie 'I'
last Thursday night in the Brad- I Green Cabbage: 215 bags. 'I, $1.70. 36550.
meet again Tuesday. July 15. tc the tax assessors office be || j during the week. The team will ] construction and rehabilitation of priject"tjH; "jin re 1,1''Il1t.'J ,
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ford Softball league but failed tc I Okra: 14 hprs. .f 453. $199.32. .
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St. ,
going !
1952-53 against
clerk's tentative Augustine / He ,
hear the added to hi- space by removing I Camp Standing's ;stand-by utility i | |at (I'lt
County budget. the wall between the two rooms i( repeat the feat against Alvarez Cukes: 9.090 tubs. P !1J>,r m I ,

Co. in a game Tuesday night. Alvarez Sweet Corn: 22.487 crates and bags. fi' $1.61. $36,20107. unless some difficulty arises
The Flotid\-Gt: >or ia Tractor The room was previou l occupied ( new -Hhi that he expects men and would h.. > then, ,<

of Jacksonville was the apparentlow bv the t'ounty'elfart> board before j topped Blanding. 11-1 to take Pepper: 12.925 hprs. and tubs. ti $3.47 1-2, $4I,9H 3S. The Post 56 team was slated tc'' bt'gm'ot'k about the middle of laborers locally.

bidder on the motor grader it moved into the AgriculturalBuilding. : over the front-running spot in Cantaloupes: 192 crts. 'I, $2.65 1-2 50976. ': play Monda)'. Tuesday and Thursday 1|I next week He said that hi- The government 11111' I I

desired by the county. The county i the league. I Egg: Plant287: hpr$2.01.. $585.45. night this week. but all threr biipenntendents and sub('ontractorwoulit for a minimum I' ..t <10

is considering the company'stwo :'' Last night Slade Gas sought tc I Tomatoes: 2 tub, h $2.25. 55; 50. games were cancelled. Monday begin' hiring men next week i I an hour for laborers' but! s.: '

bid, on 75 h. p. and 100 h.p. regain the top spot from Alvarez; Irish Potaloe.s 14.687 hprs. '.; 212. I.I36.II., I' the St. Augustine nine didn't I i said that the wape.s would'according

models along with 12 other bids i while Blanding went against Rai--i TOTALS : 110.856 units $25171092( I, make an appearance at the local School Board Makes to the .vorkimn I
Bill Voted '
submitted by six other campames;. Bigham ford and lade Gas, and Alvarezand diamond. Tuesday the team travel sification.

The Florida-Georgia Company Blanding.'Ith led to Jacksonville only to find 11 New Appointments, He !said that I', \\ t"k .

\\ three weeks of pins remaining Former Resident Monte Davis their host had no playing field Sets Budget Hearing to begin work the '.. t' .
Santa Fe President Alvarez has a 3-1 won : available and last night
0W. a gamr Inbution svste ind ,id.bihtation .
H. Graham Voted lost record.! SLide Ga< ha- 3-2 ,
was cancelled here because of the Eleven "a'hpr. r"e'iv4 new of (I' amp ,
Blandmg: 22. ami Raifurd stand ; /Is Victim Of Jacksonville KnifingMonte softball
Post 56 Commander league's standing Thurs appointment- the Bradford sewage treatn "j'i pl.u.t:? I H I.

at 0-2. day night double-header Countx school svstem at Mondav'f peels to begin rii "..II .,

W H. ( Bill Graham. local { E Davi26. baker Next week the Post 56 team i.- Board of Public Instruction sewer system" '... ?< ,

businessman was elected Commander Tobacco Men Vote truck driver of 4508 Edison Ave.. Taylor. and that Johnson war -cheduled for two ame.;. They meeting The Board will meet August

of Joues-Langford-White On Future QuotasMore j Jacksonville and a former resident picked up hitch-hiking on the will play in St. Augustine Tuesday I again next Tuesday to discuss the : 8ev\gei I'. "t.'It 0" .
here : of Staike. was found dead! : same road a short time later. i land Tallahassee ,
Post 56. the American Legion will meet here on tenative budget for the year regulati-in-' \J'< ut }, "

lat: Tuesday night at the regular :: than 100 flue-cured tobacco I early last Friday on EdgewoodI !I I Both men were said to be blood- Wednesday. j 19521953The hiring 1/tI'i! 'amp' I p ,I' ,

Post meeting. growers of Bradford Count -I I Avenue near Picket Cemetary' stained. .I The final roster for the team's I e!
Other legionnaires elected tc m-e eligible to vote in the re- Road. Two men are being held in! At the time of their residence tournament play was determined 1 i were: Hugh B. Ingram principal ( ployment w ill' ic p. t 'I i it-"

post offices for the ensuing/.": year feivndum to be held Saturday the Duval County jail for investigation here the Davis family lived about : this week. The team will play in II j Lawtey Jr. High: W T. Coran. enter the n" ;.

were: Charles Hardy. l>:t'I'e Iiih 19. on flue-cured tobacocmaiketmg ill the case two miles east of town on High- I the district tournament at Willis-:; I principal. Brooker Jr high: Mar-, Robert I', i mil.!." i .

commander: John M. Godwin. 2nd \ quotas. E. L. Kelly I Gene Griffin chief criminal investigator way' 16. They left here in 194 ton the week of July 21. If they tha Home teacher. Ha nip'orElementary. for thV.-. I II! II', M

vice commander: T. C. Hazen Jr chairman of the County PMArummiitee : for the Duval County' when Monte wa still in school! survive the play at Williston the\ : RaIt Oriffis t-on ('0. said, t 'i.u r Mi,

finance officer: T. M Finlev announced this week sheriff- office said that Davis'' and moM-d, to Copeland where thr will play in the stite tourney hen teacher Law lev Jr High the ,ramps rail spin

chaplain: A. J Tiomas Jr. -erv Tolling places ale the Starkei | throat had been slashed. Being: father James Clayton Daistil1 m Starke during the week of Ona Demorest. Emtine Me tileti'in He expecttractors '

lie officer: \\. T. Coram Jr i Agricultural Building (old jail i I held for investigation are J S resideMonte Davi.s hn| lived August I. Rae Evelyn Miller and. Mrs P t., finish : ,;iMi},t

H-strrian and John Grew. Sgt-at l k UN"! the Brooker Community Cen. I Thompson. 58, of Grand Cm-sing' in Jai Kiui.lt: ,ib"ur; five \ > ar- The players are: Delano Thomas T Nohn. tea<'hers. Bradford Etc nw.'s ant! old! ti"'-. K., .

Arms! nr.Y.. Covington Rot < '.'i" !. a\l Harold Johnson, 25, of Johnny KopHousoEdgar Ak. mentarj .lor"." Bolton and Myr I"' n." vt t '...1", 1.1Illegitimate

Shaller and Guy Andrews were ,; The votercan vote for one of Marietta, \More ridge, Edward Akndpe Sidnev! win Long. t..a( hers. Bradford
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named to the post executive committee. LAA : 1 three propositions. t ill i To continue Roal Patrol Sgt George: R Swimming Jackson. Dewyane Elder. Glenn High: and (;,-rdmt: ne Silva n H-T I

the n'arketing quotas for Ta\!l' r eaid that Davis body wa Classes Reddish, and Randall Dan all of teacher. Bradfo-! I High Births
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Guy Audr, .\'s. ChuleR Partin J< : three years. 1933: HI:>" and 1955. ''found umg on the east side of Begin Starke- Lawton Jones, McAlpin.; A delegation fr>ni New R.vi";

Jr. W. II. Graham and Thoma? William E: Bill Bi -ham of I 121 t To continue the quotas for 011t'1| Edgewood Avenue at 2:05: a m. The t --t to,' ".-.e.k-: (,: the Paul Rivers Keystone Heights; appeared before the Board :. -k.nuif :

M. Finley were elected delegate? Urook'fliV serving as pre-i- yea ((3)) Or to remove the quota I',' with the road in both direction- ('oun'i'hoortlmml'l !-w miming L> le Buck State Farm: Jerry I IBeaujacki it were possible to deed .o' Decline In County

and John Grew. W M. Scniggs dent ot the San'a Fe TelephoneCo entirely. I j from the body "spattered with I strlH t ion pj.>siam will I I end ear- ( Car-well Green COVT New Rivor school over t i thc

Jr. S. G Denmark andV.. T. Bis ha m was elected to the Any person: who connected blood". K next we.-k cording( to Coach Spring- Roy Robinson Middle- community The Board .said i'

Coratn Jr.. were elected alternates post at a recent meeting of the with flue-cured tobacco this year Griffin said that Thompsonwas Jimmy Hnbbs. io-director of the burg. \\'.iii1 Jlnjcoc'k and) JackifMethiim would deed the buildm? ovt i r t- -r ,Mi., fr, II t ,

to the Department Convention tc comp.lIlY'ttirt't.tors.. either as owner operator share attested on the -cene by program. Palatka the commumt.v as soon as thi ''-Hire th.- Iri't: ,.

be held in Tallahassee on July 31. cropper. 01 tenant is entitled tc I Hobbs said the second two-week ommunity had formed an organization j HfHlth Department "
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1 2 and 3.Commanderelect. Bigham: succeed Morris B. two-third" Two Trucks CollideOn charter1o the rate of .11) uit-i-tit. ',
Aug. one vote. If mOl than period of classes will begin next with 'i state: '
Storer as Santa Fe'president. E. S. Beebe Joins
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Graham announced of the growers voting in the referendum -! week when the first four classes that it fiuld legally own property i unit' 'I j fl Ml
The
company's other officers Near-By Bridge
the of T. A.I'I are ballot-. I vomits! \ ,; r
. appointment Don :M t'nck.'aldo.. vjccpresident ca-t favorable Humphreys Staff end He says that children of .
Yawn Jr.. local attorney as post. the markt'tmgquotas will contuiue school age interested in taking Bradford Mr. Muriel C Giy w granted Dr A Y I gtlthat
Although
; and J. George Donald CountY'f"hohda .
adjutant and Jerry O. Gay a. son. \\'aldo. treasurer.At in effectMrs. E S. Beebe. a graduate of swimming courses as beginners weekend"was free from a leave-of-absence for the comingyear the ;,, l.i. : '

assistant post adjutant. Stetson University and a former intermediates, swimmers. or junior traffic accidents an accident 0('- Mrs. Melba Partm's re- w-elf tr- f r" i '. I. f'.r
the same meeting that Marian Howe for transfer from Lawte first i its-in'! ] I hl'tIT'oth..r '
Big.him mining superintendent in the life savers could apply for next cured immediate! preceding thr request ,

St. Louis Cardinals was elected pre>ident. \V C Addresses phosphate fields of South Florida. week's classes. holiday. Two trucks collided on Jr High to Bradford Elementary ,.;" I ;
Rotary
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Shelton. resident engineer for the has recently joined the staff of Coach Hobbs said that appli a bridge near Hejlbronn Spnngr was I granted | de

Hold Try-Out CampThe company was appointed its new Humphreys Gold Corporation as cantshould contact !him. Coach Nineteer. II ., '
Accomph-hment- of the Starke 1 : last Thursda at ;5 pm. accord .. .
manager to :.ucceed Del. P. Lyon. Chamber of Commerce in the pat i assistant to the production super. Harold Hazelwood.or Larry Gib- ing to Q. A. Fillingimtate highway Two Bradford FFA birthsA *-' I
I St. Loui C.1tdinahill con Bigham announced that Shelton vear H, < I' > .
and plans for the future were discussed intendent. E r. Weichel plantsuperintendent -on assistant: BUS principal ear- patrolman. .
duct a try-out in Starke on is serving as acting At Forestry Camp This \ rbirths lit '
; camp this h
manager by Mrs Marian Howe executive announced next'I.t>k it the\ \\ tab to signip Both driver- Leslie Thomas of ;
July Hand 15. according tc anl that :a permanent man I -' ,.I i
secretary of the trad week. f' 'I nl't": Starke and Shelbert Rosier of f'
t George Silver. Cardinal tryout gt'rnll be elected on the basisof Beebe. who majored in chenus- T\ '" HI't"'j( I ( .',l\ member I the r.f-z- I"!
group. at the Rotary Club Ijawtev. were sent to the hospital
:: camp director.Vnrkouts competitive bhM.I. trv and mathematics at Stets'n.left (<'I' F"jt'lr" firmerAnterica: :10 per j I,
luncheon .
hut both
meetingVednesdav. they were released
Canning Plant over "ill r-r/l 'hEi h-enth Annua! I .'. -
t \ each day will get un- the employ of the DavjsonCVmical ugh r :;_ r
Mrs Howe that StarkeAiU the weekend An estimated $1200
predicted !
1 dc.'rwiat 11 a.m. at the BUS Corporation where h
,' field and the Cardinal ;scout instructs Falling Clamshell continue to grow becau-e cf ntd: been working for six year! Changes Hours -vorth of damage wa- done to thr ,held by the Florida Forest Sen't i' t hat: thr .:
:ts strategic location at the cross truck"t[I .. at Camp O'Leno State Park ,
: young players interestedin '
Weichel also named eight new (ContinueLOt'i 1
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: r .adof North Central Florida Sta!'k- i TsminiU!! Thomas told Fllingim that thf'I week ,
ri'-xt
canning i
trying out to bring their own employee that the mine has taken 1 1 V. ,il&r
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pbHlt1!' iena.n: open Wednesday brake* failed on his tnick as he The bcn Arnoli! Q Smith, .
shoes gloves and a uniform if Bucket Hits Foots in in the last three weeks. The s. .' I
City Registration JThokOpeii $ afterpfons from 12 was approaching the bark of a '
: they have one He added thatexpenses new employees and their departments noon until Ipickup Lawtev. and EugenGarner.. Gr"'VT' -. .
incurred by the player Until August 9 Wilkerson. 2 p m for -he n--t of the growIng truck owned b' Roy > were chosen for tV e [ II
arHarry: / v
- season announced V" R Fersuson Clemons of Stark.. He -.' j h. v ". S l1.id!
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In attending the tryout sessione ,\:1 l'r"stH.' 1> \e..r old son mining. C. E. Hutcheson. con 'ji n.-e fr','" -
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this served from CVrn Irs f i-k;
week away
will be refunded by the Cardinal of Mr aU MrO F.. Crosby. Registration books are now struction: Joseph Brewton. mmng He said that 'V .in i .n 'r- FF \ Drogri"T .
the to t ('! .. .' .. ;: '
plant would remain open after prevent injury 'mflwho ..' wi'h 1J"K : .' '
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if the plaver i signed to a minor was: injured Wednesday: morning open in the city hall and will re- ; ; Earl Dobbs. dry mill car } 'In
2 p.m. if the persons using the was riding in the back or tnt ttruc'k >Vin a condensed course In lue drifter ,-' t"
league contract. j while working on Tt'mple'e.. for. main open through Saturday.
Aug j loader: J. T. Pollard. construc .
the
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plant -
were nt fim-hed .r
) by: that vractical forestry' principles and "
The Cardinals who boast the the Crag Construction Co. 9. according: to an announcementby r ,
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James E. Ormond. construction time. 'rect seerj, t .
A non; Thomaswerved: 'o the :.e' anl p 3 If:if :('''- The jours- is held in 'o- t.
biggest farm system in professional! clamshell bucket fell on his City Clerk Carl Johns. New .
baseball were brought to Starke j i foot crushing it. He was taken tc voters must register in order tc'' ; Malcolm R. Jones construction Fen <- 'n: ail that appointment 'llide.l he :ie .
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largely through the efforts of the the Doctor's Clinic and then tc rote in the September city elec- tfJOn3. ; and Sandra L. Weichel. i ar. bead: : I.> :or other da\ tnrk N c) criT.inii "iir;-- .> "-. r r'.n'0): i.jrj. i.' .\.1". .'_'ii"uru! ,(,!I."y .' 1- '
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General MacArthur Lays An Egg 1t I IAo Week-End Super Specials


General Douglas :MacArthur gave his usual awkward, the delegates::; being a bit slow on : ,s =
impressive if somewhat less than convincing the uptake. Only once, did the applause seem 'II b

performance in a colossal production en- to stem from genuine enthusiasm. In short { rAN -. .- = -"
titled "Keynote Speech" before the Republican as one TV commentator }put it after the 1 >, .'\\. ,, ""'''..,,-- ""., ', ..
National Convention Monday night. speech :MacArthur count! not, by any '." '
After hearing and seeing the General in stretch of the imagination, be accused of OLD SAYING, CURRENT IN OUR FATHERS TIME, THAT

his newest role on television, one cannot help "setting the convention on fire." NEVER REALLY STOOD UPTHEN-WHAT WITH UMBRELLAS.

but express a desire to hear him read "Ham- It was strictly an antiadministrationspeech SUNSHADES AND SUCH. IT STANDS UP even Less TVPY. ,
jet." Somehow feel that John Barry- from the word go, and nothing was I ir

more nay even Edwin Booth must look said that MacArthur and other anti-admin- .
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to his laurels if the General should ever completely i istration !speakers have not said many times ra14t r -
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desert history for histrionics. before. The Democrats have failed bothat

Those who were looking to MacArthur: h )me and abroad the Republicans could ?
have done it better = but for how they i
speech Monday night for a good show were as .
probably mildly satisfied even though could have done it better in the past: or how

from the point of showmanship it seemed they propose to do it better in the future! '--

somewhat too well planned too well built up, not a word. Perhaps that i is: what a "key- Quantity Bights ReservedLowfncei Prin... f .(lod Thru sat Jul\
and to well staged to inspire that pricelessnote note speech"should be. As Will Rogers

of spontaneous enthusiasm which the once remarked "a keynote speech means
'lyet
Republican leaders so obviously: and ardently reading advertisements: you've written about 152 Call Street!

] desired. True the General received a yourself" but somehow we had hoped for

lengthy ovation but it was an extremely mrtre out of General MacArthur than thr \ .au .nfr/r6 Slarke Florida
orderly and well-bred ovation and one same old gripes: dressed up in the same well _

which the General could have stopped at any worn cliches.: The low ebb in his: speech was TAr
'E THE FARMED FQX. EXAMPLEMORE! DEPE' c En': ;" ... .. ,...,., .,... ., ,
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time he desired: by the simple procedure of reached when the General stooped to }purest THE E"L"- =;&;"""' '" '''n>= -- "r. ::
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raising his hand or starting to speak. Instead demagoguery in attempting to brand the CORN AND GRAINS-AND IS EVEN EXPERIMENTING WITH i.
he let it run till it petered out, obviously Democratic party as: "the war party" and <
MAKING RAIN HE HAS ROT AND RUST RESISTANT
enjoying every moment of it. trifled with the emotions of his listeners by PLANTS LARGL 1'
AND IS DEVELOPING WAYS OF MAKING HAY WITHOUTUNHINE' /2C
Likewise the applaux during :Mac- declaring that "the dead of World Wars 1
Arthur's speech) seemed to be more dutiful and II and of the Korean War give silenttestimony" THUS HE CAtJ PROTECT HIMSELF: AGAINST SOVCF .: BOX '
THE PRINCIPAL( WEATHER RISKS JUST AS THE
than spontaneous much like applause in : to such a preposterous: statement. .
a radio or television studio when a sign is We think that General MacArthur has AMERICAN FAMILY TODAY, THROUGH LIFE INSURANCEAND I Ir.

held up telling the audience when to clap. been a magnificent soldier, but it :seems to SAVINGS, CAN PROTECT ITSELF AGAINST S JV\; C?;
THE HAZARDS Cr THC! FUTURE
MacArthur's expectant pauses: at strategic us that he is much less: sure in the political ..== ,_. -- ..,, "" R'm: rt -"
points in his speech served for all )practical field than he is on the battlefield. In our .

purposes, as: applause: indicators. Sometimeshis humble opinion, he should :stick to soldier- Tropical Blue Rose II Armour Star Corned Beet I
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applause-waiting pauses were just a little ing. '

REMEMBER THOSE FOURTHS? 1 RICEIbs HASH


I Drowning Is Tragedy That May Be AvoidedAll --.... --..
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too often you read in and the non-swimmers are to remember that fact when (Editors! note; The following town till mam soul Wee
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the newspaper of drownings.And helpless. "'e are not goingto I l risking his life in a mall; article was written for the Tele- an earthquake was demolishing sure I, 3 39C 16-oz. can 33C
in so many cases the suggest that poplwho boat. ': graph back in 1937 by the lateH. the town.
tragedy) might have been cannot swim stay off the I All of us are familiar with :, E. Lagergren, unofficial historian Then there I
avoided if certain precautions water, but we most seriouslyurge 1: the basic: rules of water safe- of Starke and Bradford and W"I'3ck r vith'tail 11'1' '
had been observed.For anyone who cannot swim I ty, as far as: small craft are: l pig-catchings. A j oig
County. Apparently the piesent- well greased, was turned! '
concerned. Do not stand Dessert No. 2'/2
up O'Sage
one thing, wherever day pattern of quiet Fourths had loose and he who could et'hhim ;
in rowboat do : PEACHES 211f2C
possible it is highly desirableto a or canoe, not ,
have youngsters learn to I LINK: IT change places, do not rock the, already been established and .but might keep the pig: as lu-
boat all these things for the dateline, this story could prize. But this feature u..lIalpro.t'd \\
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swim that when thrown 1
so Kick a'oout the
Some people have been
written
about our failure, for the
know by heart and a piuwere
yet
into the water by accident heat.I I practically -
day of the Summer Fourth just passed The reader too tame and instead ,oi
they will he able to save their : every -!
lives. Many of them have When like ou it. can fry in the I we read l in the newspaper I cannot but stop and wonder whc running under the hot July -sun Tropical Brand No. 30304C
not only learned to swim I, street> eggs of water fatalities: caused: by had the best Fourth we today. thJust lay down to be sorat. In.1 I TOMATOES

themselves, but have learned I I like it. I I carelessness.: I or those now half forgotten folk Later on. when business hoe."
I The who knows howto of yesteryear? I in Starke hail increased in run
life-saving and have been able I i Some |M> ,ple Maine humidityFor person: -
to the lives of others. It I swim is often ."'.i'te her the merchants made th
save I all the ills on land or sea, very ,, The Glorious Fourth a3txpas-,
is true that children careful of what he does either Fourth an occasion for attracting
perhaps, I Hut It's the proper stuff for m. I i ed here was safe and sake to Salad
who learn to swim may be- I like it. in a boat or when swimming..1 a people and trade to the city b\
painful
come too bold in the water When it'. a hundred in the He knows: from first-hand: ex- I degree and as silent a? offering; various enteitainment-
and thus endanger their lives, shade, perience the shock of a boat the Arab when he folds hian.l :; tent The park was! then kept up and DRESSING Donald Duck Quart Jar
steals
but we still think they are I like it. suddenly tipping, and the I away. The only sound boasted a rotunda. Here table
better equipped if they are For me- that sort of weatherS I momentary panic which comesto 'j i heard were the humming of the creaked under loads of barbecued: 37CI
familiar with water and water made"-- him, until he rises to the I power house machinery and the meats and all kinds of gO'} I"-,
safety.: I like it. I :surface and keeps himself:' ('hirpingof sparrows around the and there were barrels of u-e I

:Many water accidents: however I l love the hot sun's fiery Kiss, I afloat. It may be that the I courthouse. cold pink lemonade all fp' Stokely's Red Pie No. 2
occur when people who It U the essence of all Miss. :j person who knows the water Silent Fourths have been the I Then there were ball gameshorse CHERRIES 25C
do not know how to swim go 1 I I often write damlies like this.I :i is best} equipped to watch out rule here ever since the time when racing parades by the pn!
out on the water in boats. I like it. : I for those who cannot swim automobiles became common itary and band music. The plO

Ton often. there is: some horseplay : I, -E\-hang I and too often are careless. I. These speedy. and convenient gram was usually topped off Wit!' --- ----
on the part of those: who Let's be careful and observe: vehicles, like the carpet of Tangu. patriotic speech and later fn-
can swim, the boat i is capsized. i water safety rules. i enable their owners to go where I a works On some Fourths exi'm Dixie Darling
I they please and. in new surroundings ami\
Starke
to
i sions were run

I Some Things Shouldn't Be Meddled With !j the ,day"forget. In"the the cares old days that infest when I sions high-divings were among and the balloon attractions a-t.-n BREAD Enriched Family Loaf 12C

Starke had to stay at home they
lady
I On one suet occasion a
There is nothing new under snide remarks which would!'i have to stand there and listen I made the day an occasion for I "fair and forty", went up in a

the sun, as the saying goes, follow Fido's appearance before !, to the taunts: and insults and ,!. amusement! or what passed for !i balloon; and down by parachute -.
hut who ever heard of scenting ., friends wearing the new i could do nothing but wag his such. Where did she land ? 0 menv1
dogs so that thev no perfume. "Hey. fellows geta tail and like it-he would 1 "The old man" of the proletariat I The poor woman is - longer smell like dogs? If load of this guy Fido. He lead the proverbial "dog's' class was then poorer even ''A cavalcade on horseback in
ue are to believe the advertisements smells like a CAT!" And lite". i than he is! today for he had nc buggies, wagons, carts and on Quick Frozen

there is a product poor suffering Fido would If the makers: of this new Santa Claus: government to nurse foot hastened to the rescue. The .
on the market now called product have a better and him: consequently his kids had wood in the northwest portion PIG EARS lb. lOc
rhlorophyllin which destroysthe 1 finer life for all of us in mind, : to do without fireworks. But of town were scoured and the HEN TURKEYS
dog odor completely and DMBy why do they pick on Fido and there was plenty of noise just top of every pine tree clos-l\
makes Fido smell sweet as a destroy his most distinctiveair the same. The ingenious young I scanned for her remains. At List
rose.This Btu. PAl'LCOr ? We can think of a lot men of those days borrowed anvils she was found in a patch of copeas Oi PIG FEET lb. lOc
mav be progress but 1 \ fr of things in this world which I from the blacksmiths, turned down Sanderson road. sitting
we doubt it. Especially if 'outrage! our nostrils: more(One upside down and filled the I'' cross-legged, mending her pa!1'\
von ,'it't t the problem from than the doggy smell. There'sa cavity in the base with gunpowder chute and furiously chewing gun! BAKING HENS
the an< most malodorous food) called Another anvil was put on top I' Yes. the Fourths of yesterday i PIG TAILS lb. 15c
he is"t r\" much concerned, limburger cheese, for ex- of that a tram of powder laid, although perhaps not quite up tc
we think his wishes must beconsidered. ample, that could :stand a and Jack Wynn or Irvin Alvarez and glorious" category
the "grand
Or to put the great big dose of that fhoro or some other intrepid artilleryman I had of ir
at least more lB 49C NECK BONES m. 15c
situation another tray if con something or other. There'sthe set off the charge The report I terest and cxcitnient to offer nIStarkt '
were a do' :r would \'oti want to I terrible !stink' that comes
was earsplitting and theheavy I ? than the desert street ,I
smell like something else engines-it' ... ....
anvil was hoisted at least '! and funeral quiet oi tod tr when '" .lE.

'that We most dog certainly treated ht'lif"4'with nroblem :? In short there are ten feet in the air. I everyone piles m !11. t 'ILly au'i Grade "A" Quick FrozenFRYER

Chlorohateveryoucallit any i I t. U v lots of terrible smells that. Once B R. \Vitkovski. then a ''and hies off to the! t. m-t bei. :
need to be deodorized.In ; lad. made a bomb of a tomato or lake. LB BOX
should Ill' kept on the premisesand A i is like! there's 2 35C
man a car- full
the meantime why not can of gunpowder wrappedI Will the old Fourths ever I II iI i-
not allowed to mingle just so much mileage in him let dogs: :smell like dog It I i old rope till it reached the'oize I turn" Not as long we pi"'!I '
with other citizens of the whether he run.. it out in10 will save so much confusion: of a 60-pound watermelon :as: that wondrous machine !'a
canine world. I Imagine the \ears or $O. in the dog kingdom.and I The fuse was lighted and the report I'horseless carnage remains i-
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.' shook every building ir ; popular as it is ti'da>. LB BOX
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Alice Dodd left on Monday

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN for 4-H Camp at Cherry Lake r.ear till late on Saturday to buy for'' 3rd Annual MusicampAt
Madison, Fla. Sunday was out of luck Like Old
Mrs. Kula Walker left on Tues- Mother Hubbanl she found the Keystone Camp .. -
Bv :Mrs. Sara McDonald day for Arden. N. C. where she shelves were bare. After five ,
will visit with the Walraths.Mrs. o'clock, a common specta-'le wasa The 'hi-! innml l summer \1"! "i- Land 0' Sunshine Pound'MarGold'
Anna James who was disconsolate house wife wheelingan camp of The Salvationrn..'. .\ i BUTTER 15C
The Catholit Club will hold a 'there One >i>tet!. Mrs J Lewis, on
dessert bridge and -ar.asta party in i and her husband returned vith! the I i her way to Chicago; cm short her empty basket, and on her face camp "f The Salvationr" \
,> Saturday Jul> 12. at the homeof Sargents to spend oat,' time in I tnp at Pittsburgh and returned was that harried expression of a concluded with breakfast F'' : ,
Mrs! Roy H. Browning on l.ake Keystone Heights :Jto Keystone: Heights having received hostess with a houseful of company Jutt.. at Keystone Camp ".1".'". -- ----
Brooklyn. There. will be a marker Mr an,1trs S Bryan Jennings. word that hrr son. Copeland trying to figure out a substitute miles north of Keystone H--> |
u the turn on Route 100 so no one )Ir. and Mrs. Gordon Sandregeand Shull James was on his way home. menu. Even the restaurants Some 150 Salvation Army Lbs.
need get lost See Mrs. 11. P. two children of :Middleburg.: I Me left Hong Kong June 20th and ran short of some items. musicians and instructnrs ha\.... MARGARINE 5 99C
:Morgan for tickets and Mr and Mrs. Walter Odumof I will land at San Pedro Cal. and And the best part is that so far been in camp !since W..dneSih l i I.

The Community church Is now Orange Parkwre guests of from there he will\ drive home to a.3 we know there was not a single Tune 2:). The members are fro "'-
oldmg! all Sunday School and, :'oliog: Cleva Carson on the Fourth. Keystone Heights accident or mishap to mar the Florida. East Georgia, and ? 1." "
Younu: Peoples meetings in the i Mr and Mrs Lenarn Hamm are Mrs. Anna Jordan Downey flew pleasure of the holiday. Carolina Early Jubilee Gr. "A" Large Shipped
parsonage: lhie nursery whichl' the proud parents of a *on. from Tuson. Arizona, to spend the LionTo InstallInstallations Lieutenant-Colonel Herbert \\' 1
n.t.i formerly in tie basement of Lenard David born last Saturday. holiday weekend with her daughter ceremonies for the Young. South Atlantic Divi-! ':. !'
"ie Woman's Club is also now in July 5. weight S lb. 9 oz.Mr Mrs. Isabella Peters in Key- new officers of the Keystone Commander and :Mrs. Tong PEACHES 2"29ciEGGS I E S Dozen 59C
stone Heights :'[rs. Peters who,
a'1, :'Misonagel and Mrs. I, H. Haskins were Heights Lions Club will be held have been at the camp and >] !
the
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new owner Pangborn
'i Moll's\ subject for next Sun. in Keystone for the weekend' (1at the Inn Monday night at 7:30 ..1
awill be "A Radical L ". Two other sisters wen t:, a summer course at the umversity. -j preceded by a buffet supper, 'I Colonel's directIOn. Sen5or-M ij I'

Mr Mel Sal l'nt.lr. and Mrs here with their families making; I which w ill be a ladies night event. and Mrs. Gordon MacGilKvm Fresh Cuban Avocado I Agen Quick Frozen

Key Saruent.). Mr. and Mrs. A. P. ; it a family reunion 1 Keystone Heights entertainedi [ John E. Banks president of the the Musicamp Directors, have been"

Tvre. Mrs. Stanley and Mrs \V. B. ];i, :Mr.: and Mr*. Frank M. WalrattJr. :i j probably the largest crowd of noli-II Down Town Lions Club of Jacksonville assisted by Major and Mr- Guy

attended Kredncsson a and Sargent two children reunion all in, and children spent the holidaj r', day visitors in its history ovei'j will be installing officer. Hepler Youth Directors for The PEARS 2f"29c PEACHES 4 Pkgs 99CY

\Vsrthen. Ga. on July 4th. There I weekend in Arden N. C. with Mr.1 I the last weekend. The beacheswere I District Governor Harve Sutherland -! Salvation Army in this areas

are seven brothers and sisters of land.I Mrs. F. M. Walrath Sr. r crowded and *> were OKstreets. t of P..tlJtkl1Alill: be an honored I I Senior-Major Frank Longmo. <*f
older generation and aU were Kay Walrath Bobbie Basteio. t The wfeo t I
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her parents are away. I Re v. Ed. Sheetz. Sunday attendance t otherwise the alkpaT-fn ff said the C,rt ? 'I i .'t "n 'or b..f>,rf the i' rjan! Victor K laff Plaintiff. v", mplaint i hill bf taken This f .
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Robert Cox has returned to his I dropped off due to the long l complaint will Le taktn ..* to.frssrd '.- Z nth dry ..f J"h' I'-;..' other\\ iethe Irene huffy Knaff Defendant ;fe<-"d bx ) ou. 1 1.j:!! >h'T\: Jar:
by > <'U. ..dlq.1'.f: said Complaint Case No !9211
I HAMPTONBy home here after receiving his we ekend. The Long Branch church I I I Thi niitue" shai l.- ri>*'l"-hd will It- t.. I k< n .fnfrt'rtl b> jou \oilrv .. Xpl'eitr. This notice shall ":If rutllittd JameR Wn'tnrtght. !, ,
I I'I onr e each u tek (IT r cosec This! notice hall published once each week for tour consecutive Adnihi.trat" r f the I'
Army discharge at Fort B..nning.1 has no services the first Sunday'. our .unve be To Irene Duffy Knafr. whose weeks in the Bradford C-unty Telegraph f N D 11'ar nt fight s.
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I weeks in the: Bradford CountyTelegraph :. once each week fr four consecutive i, residence l-: unknown; and whose .
Ga last week. I evening in each month to leave this : weeks In the Bradford County Tele- I last known rrsilkacr was: \\'nto t. fiNOTICK ;: 1

Mrs 51. C. S\\Pt'nt'y i Ruth and Carolyn Perry visited [I''evenini free for the sings that ''|, bated' this !nd day of July 1S52 graph.tatrd. t.\\ n. :Massachusetts.1'te ('FFICIAL iMt.d this SKA itch. Li day A,.f J June rnomas" Jt.12,.
I 1 Ie I + ife'FFICIAI SEAL) A. J. Thomas!', thi- I'-th: !
tar day of June. 195-: :? are heleby >lot tftd 'll.lt a TO "'1'1R
Clerk
relatives in Gainesville last week [ : being given at different of the Circuit Court ,
' l j places. Clerk of the. circuit. Court :,. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas salt forDixor By Myrtle T fa Clrrttlt touch Hr.iu..rJ < uu.n .
Deer Clerk
Mrs. \Vm Hammond and daughter. 'I Prayer meeting at the Mission is I':.. M.irian I. Cro lix l,-rnnx 'krk) Clerk. cf the Circuit Court -'e Deputy j n.rtda: In Chanter' ,
Rev. W. C. Burton was injuredon from 7 :-t 7 :2":; P>" Myrtle T heater Deputv Clerk"has been fil d aeiin-t! xu on th.. strlla 1.11"i !I'.
changed
Willow Ruth visited Mr. and"llrs. Wednesday
e'f'nir.gItO I C: :27? 4t 7,19 |I above named Court and iau-e and \OTiCI TO U'I'Cn Floyd) K "lu'" '" ,
Thursday of last week while J. H. Tullis at Keystone Wednesday | Thursday( evening 730.: Rev !. you are requirtd. terxe a ('..JI>' of In Circuit /' ....... Rraitford ("...ty ..
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: helping Claude May build a porch Jim is nan.. Bradford fa.nts. MITirK TO _\ rl't: \It } vote answer "I'l1"adln to the rlnrldat I* CbaarerrH T.tirr I. .t.I "ar.I .
of last week. :;i; Conway who our pastor is'aIM "Florida In ( h...-.rj. In Clrrnit
" ; Court llradford CI>II"'r. i omplamt nn the PlaintiffsAttorney H .1 I l'
'' "ian oif. r Plain: t' v- 1'
at the home of Mrs. Sweeney. Friend of Emory and Half.1Sparkman pastor of Black Creek and he Iary"c \l.I.ertn. Plaintiff x.Jainev .-. Florida : In Chnnrery.Claire Carlos E Harp] < i --oifer, ...1,'
Rev Burton, working on the the (>' .1: il. L. .111 l Io..r..nlanl i i'ae F.lizal.th Mumfoll! Plaintiff ; :2414Vest t'lixei-itx. Ax < nut 1'.f.nd.I1"I' '\ .. \\
of Jacksonville requested change. .
have '' .. .'
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William -
x- A :"llulf..lI.I..r..ndant! I < :.iine-xille. Florida I
roof started down the ladder which announced the arrival of Linda Mrs. Ada Godwin has recovered Of I'uliliriition; \ nd % ..,iI'" Tnppmr tare i 217; ,,,'I :aryl file the origm.il in th., ,"Ifi.e ,..fIh. :Xollee To Appear.Tut "
turned throwing him. He struck'a I \ : state of Florida '!'<>: \. ll.. Tn I '..rothx <"it. r. \ b' .
Elizabeth on June ?5. Little ; sufficiently from her recent operation > e Appear.To I'Ir| 'rk of the 11. mi ''url nor \ :l' -
i lama .
Osi.ir .
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McLean whoa reillelll : t- iii .idilt.--
? :: : Willa-n \ :;Stiimfoll xxh"e b"foi r the > .cm :- -'imlH..II .O!
board that had a nail sticking Elaine Sparkman is spending; ; to be able to return home. < .. i is 1'nknflWl :: re-iden i- ".,:,.". .south! CtnurStrtet :21-t? day of July. fi-,2.; ; : '1 -0. \n .txx.ll.. ] -la'.1 I 11..1
' and it made a gash in his some time with her Her daughter, Linnie Harris say,; Y..u are required! to appear on Orange, X.J..r".-v', '' othervviithe .ilieua"ii: nf 'lid, .'. w Yot I- .. .. \ ,.1 .
grandparents July :s. 1'5.'. in the above named'Court .
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office I You are h..rt'hy notified that ''IIII.lalOl.11 be taken; ,'rt..r., \ at i I" '
the
He rushed to a,1 .1- ? .
was fir she is along nicely < and xxheiein plaintiff : I ,
and Mrs Les Brown. getting cause suit for Divorce' has been filed .ed bv \'.,.uTh'i' tint "I i 1
of Dr. Felos in Starke whereit i' seeks divorce and restoration of against you in the above namedCourt notice hall he 1 1'\ i.1 1 aId: : I'i l i c : .. I I
Charles Manire has returned We the of published .
were recipient a maiden Bradford .
name County and ji.iratii .it' ta t \ 'f
cause and i
was to take four you are required 'flit' rash vxtek for four consecutive s
necessary home after a weeks camping with i beautiful new Royal l>e Lux porta- Telegraph shall publish this Order / to serve a copy of your answer ( weeks in the Ui.idford Cmiuty Telegraph h.i- l 10.. n/ filid is. .i ', r v t1,. F I
ftitches. the in Me\t four xxeekly issues.Vitnep or pleading to the complaint !1 b.'t' named I', >, : t 01 i and ,1 I'
A Silver shower and fellowship Roy Scouts. i I Ible typewriter last week and are \ my hand a.,d offu tal !!'on the Plaintiffs, Attorney, Ray'Selden I i \D.it.-d this lth! ..1.1."r. lune IHH..I. ;'-,.' xi... .11'i ,. r"'llIir.| d I '' -. r\ i ;,o.r. I,
Recent guests of the M. L. Wats< proud of it we can't act sensible Hal' .it Staike. Florida this June :;..id..n P.uili'i'iK }}ap"n.1 ... U. P. I.1 .%. J, TIi.m... X'?i i' Itl-w. ?I 1"'' ._ hei .. I
Miss Norma I .. .
social was given :*4. I 14,3.'eFFI''IAT: pl.t'iit th ,
terson fami1)'E're Mrs R. Ral- lI..adl..rida./ and file the original Clerk; wf the Cirrvlt Cwnrt.II r! "n I IM'l 1' "
Rweerey at the Baptist educationbuilding 1 SK\L) A J Thomas.As in the iffue, ..f th.- "I..rk| of thCinuit < > ljrllr T llratrr. Drpaty Clerk. .\ lit .X 1 l'I I I ". !1"1, 'I, .
i eigh. Mr and Mrs Mervm L Raljeigh i Clerk of said Court i Courtn or before the :2ltdax -t.II! \kl 'l. I d.i iic \ : .
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on Wednesday night.I and two daughters, R. A I!i 1's' Mxrlle T. "ea\r, l" fputxCl..rk of Julx, 1952 : .utht \\ I"" the al- '- d f i>. i ftt ., 'I. ,' xI II 1
MM. K. Watterson also pr e' ;: Recent Birth 'Ch.Tl l: He.. 2.'t-' (':; <;iii.ir.intv. Life \letrationud! Cl.niiliint shall betaken 'h. "i ''tn : 1' II.. vV, i| I,
Raleigh of Green In The ( hurt Of .
Cove 'Eke.ante JuIce .
Springs. Itldtr Ja.k'huulle, FloiidaAttjv. a- nfe--ed l bx h. 0"'t. K rxx '.
rented to her a lavender aster|i jcorsage r. and Mrs Robert Tourhton of fr pjf C .'7; 4t 7 IS This notice shall he you publishedonce \ Kradford. 4.uat' Florida. : I .1\I Iot : ', !, e 1a.! iM < 't
Mr and Mrs D. L. Thomas announce IIF.: r.STXTK: : 'F' A.\\t: :: .\ :"u l n, .. '. ., ,I gr..pl,
Bell and Mr. and Mrs Archie Ei- t'a"h'l't'k for four consecutive KI.:.\ztr. ]I... i-.a. ... ,,., .
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:Miss Sweeney with her sister. the birth of a son. Lauren In Tit. firm Court flf Florl.lii.KItlhth weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ; "'1 I '''' -1 : '
ij land of Homo"assa. .Indirial Circuit. In \ nil h. TITT10V t v v \1 ''J I' \ ,
' Connie. left Monday for a month's i j Mr. Freeman, on July 1 in St. V'in-1 i I Fur llraiirnril ('..unl> In thiinrrrrTien Era Dated 1) this IMli day ?f June I'i52: i Tinlnle Of ri.rl stay at Ben Lippen Bible Con and Mrs. K Watterson cent's, Hospital F. Hall Plaintiff. x- J HM'nonef (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thomas i)'I Frmee nod all oilier persunn c...- once ta, h w ? k ft. f, "' 111w..I "". Is I! 31'! T !I', .. r
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andfr.. and Mrs Eugene Burke < : and Eunn e 15 Mum rit-f I 'J'lk ,.f the! 'irrnit Court rrrnrtl.You kin th Brail\ i il 1 I S.I.l
ference, Asheville N. C. | attended the his wife I1.> .f'.ndant": Ey Myrtle T. Deaxer Deputy Clerk : are !ii..ri TIV' notified, that: a graph
i' singing convention 'i .,
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Fore Injure .f Lien pttitmn bar l I" filed I'atttl : 11i'i i\ I1' -
Sixteen young people enjoyed i at Pine Level ( 6204t":! : 11 .. en. in -aid OFFlCi.41E.11.I. ) \ I l I" .. In I 1 irnu, lust. Hr.nil., d .
church Sundav 1 .Url i I"i onl.r ( : < I. nn"I i
I In, 1'In-nit 1'onr4 Itratltortl l'uuuU. 'tlrt( 1: OF "1'1.C\I.: >1"IIU'I.t : !> praying an ilmitnijr .
the 18th anniversary1party I ('I.'h i of ri t. i .utt Florid.i In ( haw.i >
birthday th. ,
Mrs. Francis \ : 'n nn: or Adnunlstrahr de b .nni-
Ballinger of Mansfield rloriiln ; In ( haul'rr? : IMI:> IIOin nun i iof C \\
nh'rtl: T! V..I\.r.I"I.I iOTI I.! ; I I. 1
of Miss Sylvia May on July Ohio who has Lucna .O li4.. 1'l.untiff( ". /\f- Xi'tin i- hrrehy irmn th->t l>v i ixirtue iiini: Tr.u rirnnor' > mnI the above entitltd! t-tate to. ,1 ';' I 11 .1 .: U t 1'1 '.
]' 1)t'1'0'isiting i intuit I'xlin, i>..ft'.idant of the final deice made and I I'er.tend i Notice ihereby given that thei withhold from the li-triliiilabl.
4 at the home her Mr. \
of
patents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Saxon has'' Pastu 4y44 '' on the 13th day of June, i undersigned, under the piox'isions !i share of the aboxe ..-Iat.. pavableto Order of r..hll..n ..nit'ii) ..,. i
and Mrs. Claude May. I i I returned 1 home accompanied 'Ihder Of 1'.IoII'n.I..IInd Nulii-r 'luItpprurt A. fl. 1V.2! in the above entitled j ji of Chapter :20.!Sil;! Lavv of Florida, ton a'i i .iniotint own! intiuomr- \ <'K TO PIMll: .Apprar'la
Among Independence Pay visi-'j.' by | | "lair1f Florida To: cause the iindersiKm i a" pe'tallIat'tu I Acts of l'"l.! will regi-ter with theClerk for fee earned axotir. attornejin In Clrr.It I.o.,.. Itradfurd I hunt) r I "
mother Mrs Cynthia Daniels, X.\tmuiit ('..dl". abuse r..icl.n". !1!i In (Chancery will :11' dirf't-,I of the Circuit Court in and I the abuts i'ill it It il .rllfr, with Florida: I. (...u......" \\ I ,' .
tors to Hampton were Mr. and who led n said decre bifottthe South : fur nradfnid < '. State int'r> -I. and to |p.1 \ Hitu I has spent eleven months with and address i is : :S":;-(11lIth Sti-t-i, !, .unly. of Florida .l.ini.s Tbom.i-" lots.Ii: P ntif' I I. a
Mrs. Woodrow Hicks and son. '1 her sister. Mrs. J.ii k,."ii HtighlNVw York : I i j Front I>oor of the Countx,' Court ;:, upon r..i.. ipt "f proof of publi- I to the petition. i \YTOV. AR. \ -. Fia..ces> \\ Itiv.r-. I.I.I dintCa 1 'I u "
I Saxon. r..u artif<|uiid. to appear i>n IIInline' in STirke, Florida on Mon-i I ication of this notice, the fkl it toils X.III'X"X aryl .JttI\XTOX.\ : \ :'J14ntlr :: t"" \ ..',:
Langford, of Brunswick, Ga., Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cinard who AiiKlls-t 4, 19.12.:! in Ihr above uaniedCourt I day. August 4, II&:!. during the lepalI name' of To-Ktna Motel und..rwhit'h and yon are heleliV. r" JUII..1f| t.. file \ T. .Appear.To I .. I I',
and Mrs. Alen Hicks of .. I hours of ale, offer for sale ands '; I '. ynr: written defensethereto w ith- .
Palatka
I were a n,1 l laus. uht-rcm 1 plaintiff I am engaged in Im-mf-.s 1 Fiatitt-, \\ Hut: ", Hlic" -i r.
Charles Ousley Jr. and Gerald recently married are spending s.-..k- divorce, art-- and 'u"I..ly ur' ...1at public am.t ,ion for rash to' S. 3 ( some time near High Spring ;, hilJren! and l n or .posting Uni-'if. Should : Coipus .Chrl-t T.l \i-. 1,01 1 ,li, I, i. I" ,:: Itn.
Brown of Jacksonville. >:with Mrs. Cinards mother Telegraph shall publish this land and premises situate in Staike. ". oan.'rd'. Itt :2!, Box ::9. you red fail therein. d..r., will h. ."'i- > mi :are In rtt lI..tI..1 hat ,t'ni t u. "
Mr. and Mrs G. P. \Vadswoltare who idlj I II ,r l.T in next four weekly issueitnew -.. IVadford County Florida towitLots : Siarke. Fla hated this I'Tth; day tion.tr in due ( oiirfp..n -d pen- forhntor. 1t 11\ ,
hI' I.ill. \\' inv hand and offu lal seal I Five and Six: of Klo<.k 13: of June. 1'!<:.;, at Starke, liiadfordCounty \\IT\KSS ..H. ev... f u-tiidx' ac."ittrol ..1 .. F''. "i
enjoying a week's visit i in 1 Mr. and Mrs. E I... Kelly and .at Staike. Florida this July. :3, !I.S@! (iaskins. .Addition to the Toxin Fli.rida of -aid iii' hand, and. the -"aJ! of initioi, i In Id 1
iiiiirt in ): -adf..1 1tnF'1'I
Bonita Springs. ;I UOFFIf'IAh SKAU ,-\.1. Thomas. ..Starke. Florida or for a 6:27 4t T 18 i IFIonda. this Coiintx has born fil.d I against xou in the ,' Ivi.I !SI'1, I \ .1 i
'daughter Helen of New River !i I better or more explicit deinption. Hth day of May, AD '.
I'1.\ A' CI.1
l A" rk >f said ('ourtJLuiun !Or.:: abuts nanh d .ut and 'au-e and I t .1
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Hammond 1 spent Sunday with Mr amt :\f1's.j I P.v: 1.. Crosby, I> .puty Clerk I I1 | ". "The Wf.st 15: feet In rirmit (-,,,,,'. HrnOfortl Cvnmtr, ,!,1 1K tau are tetiuii'd lo cerxe a n.p of fly )f"l..r 1't'I\ : ", : 1\ I'
and daughter. Willow Ruth !spent ;: Gerald Adkins. ''Alan! C M' Inter, .Ir 4 the Fourth and the I'uiMiiiK. .Ixck'onyillr, Florida. I11) i l Township 6 South Range :22i : XelM'ii I lvrnn f'a".t.\n". .Jr .I nn.. 2rt. I It,,;. 01 .posted on loinplaint, on (the Plaintiff'sIt..r' ,! I.iff' JIIdJ .lack'an' \,.",
Sunday at ; Mr and Mrs. S. B. Price of :* ". fr }'If. 7/3 It 7 '.'', i East together with the ten.ment .-. I It'laintiff EI'i.. Thomas r.ivttvfnc. .- .\ iry, Thonmv J. Kivers. ;i Attys. fur "Ir ''l) I'
home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. { Jacksonville *, hereditament thereto L fft ndatit i I 1i:0 4t :11 P. o. Hot 211, 1'i ten Cove':
spent Sunday at the .
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John E. Hammond on Crystal 1 I !NOTICE TO 4PI'R4K lunging or in any way upi Case \o. home of his sistt'r.Irs.. Russell I* Circuit four. Bradford Coonlj,1Flnrldat i i pertainini Order l Of "III1..tI. \ nil 'ClI''.'. 1 .. Norn 'I'llI'I'n ,,, and file the ..n ipni.il 1 HI the off n e of FUriila la (.ttmmrfrf.Thomas .
Laki. Sunday they observed I j, ]Dyal. In fha.rrrT.Ilrlrn I John's birthday with a fish barbe : Mr. ,Kan- -r. 1'laintiff x--. An-1 i prrialllaster Blue Thonia *a'.st'.vens, \xhosc'lesidmi Floriilni In ('linnrrry.Alfreda or before tht' I I jusari 'h...k ,h. f..r ant
and Mivs Thomas Simmons thong I I. \\'an.. r. I'ffr'idant .\ J ThomaJr.? Joe 11111 W' ..lliam'M.itkS ", ; .*- 1 o. Henderson. X ,*" and 11uut..r. )Plaintiff \ ". Julian 1 :Jl-t? des of lulx. l.2:; (... :N
r cue. land children. Ray Linda and Joyce I fase x,. 9i47:? !' : :: ".ul. h. Attorneys for Plaintiff : whose address II> io. liox: >''0. Hunter, Defeidint: i i otherwise the albxations ofaid Order .f Pahllralloa .4 mlntlie 1..
Mr. and Mrs Elmer Lewis and I Ann. Mrs. S. \<>*lr.- Toppmr.. I It G27; :5t; 7; 2OTI1 ;; llendirson. X I' I'"-.. No. J21SNotice :! i Complaint nil) !I... 1.11.1\\ an>nf..sed -- Appeal
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Simmons and i, T.nlh: ,,"\ 1. Vanr. \xhos i I You ar. rtiinred| to appear o'l To tppenr* by xou. I State of Florida r i- \\
, daughter Wanda of Starke and I Miss Marie Skflton all of Chase I fsiilelire. is liabs.'Ion, LoliK 1"lalld.1 j jI i > 'In PPKn I' .'.lulx 2>*. !'<*,.'. in the abort named To Julian: Hunter who>e r. This notice shall be publishedonce (Cheak whlu r. -uf "I-
Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal were spent
shopping in Gainesville recently I past week with Ocneral Drlixery, lab! >'lon, Lung Is- : In Chsneery.IJe'inie seeks divc.ne. Bradford County Pox \\hitmire.: South Carolina in the Itiaufoid County Tele- !' Louisiana
j| ]Mr. and Mrs. Owen Simmons and I 'landew York I II M Tamluni. riaintiff. \ Telegraph shall publish this Order You are hereby notified that a graph. You are i mini-til Ill'" .1'
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van AlstineIf J ]K. B Watterson. I You are hereby notified that a (|I John J Tamluni L'rirndrnt I I in next four weekly illl.ue". suit for i Dated this 161h lay of June HC.2 July 21 l!>52:!. in t'' .t' r n,,,
visitors'' I{ !suit for c'a"e No !ti28Notl.r !! Witness my hand and official I M vmce. custody and nmtrol of OETUIVL "|; \ I.> \.1, Thames. Court and i.cause \ : I'1\ i '
( Cocoa were weekend Mr. and Mrs Wallace Collins. :' Divorce. ..uti."d ly and control of I To Appear i i sal at Starke., Florida this June minor child Tlrrk of the Circuit ('uurt.H I' seeks divorce
ff their daughter, Mrs. Fred Whid- Mrs: Hal Session and daughter 1! minor hilrtrei T Join J.I Tanibfii! ho-e, n sidenoe 20! J!;r2. has been filed against you in theaboxe ; / M> r.Ie T. lea ,er. llepultjr Clerk.' I Itradford Count 1. L I'h' '
den. Larry and Brenda ] ( inns Let.n filed against you in th'above *- if: Unknown (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. named Court and caii-e ::tml :, '20 4t 7 11 publish this Ord-i J\t !
Whiddent i t Lindsay spent Friday after root named Court and cause and You are hereby notified that a As Clerk ofsaidCourt.fly you are' required to serve :i opv. ofxotir I weekly issues
returned with them for a week. j jat i Jacksonville Heach. I you are required to Ft--Ve a copy ofyuur full for Divorce has been filed Marian L t.'n'.r. Deputy Clerk answer or pleading:: I.. th' on.'F. ; Witness Inh:. .. ,I I n i i.I'i
James Horne with Elmer Gay Miss Edith I answer or Pleading\ to the against you in the above named J. ivarl 312 ConsolidateJ complaint' on the Plaintiff. 'I'I ? Whom It Ma y Concern : at Starke. 'Fb., il I II",.
Chason of the Ala- Court and cause and you are reIquirid Martin Attorney T, Fra',!.. 1-tuJium,
I 1111'
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney I liuildinp/ Jai kumxille :!. Florida'Attjs This is' to whom i i" play 'onIii Ig&!.
of Orlando left on the Fourth for Hospital was aj I T. Frank Landrum. (' fir 1'I): t-'T; ; 4t T; 11 thct I hi\ > fll. d nix Kin.11 l KI- OFFICIAL. SKAH Tl'' i
t ft two week's motor trip visiting\ I j-weekend of the 1 Starke Florida 1 ewir. or. pleading. to the complaint nol file the orieinal in the! offn'ef i tutnvith c '",Unix, Imltrt of I'.i.iil(: I As Cleik) .'t '111'
i guest A.
H! 11'I .
Petry "r i' 1'-n.\ Za h thi! Cbnk\ of h 'ti. t'nrt.
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and the > u "' .
file th oiL'e'of
oiiKinil ,
) in <- f"III\ 'olltt\| .111(1 n points north on the Atlantic coast t : |famil I .' '.11 !I. t t. I:ul linp, Jal k- i !t. f. th.1t ..
! ) the Clerk l cf tli.- "iituit Cnni obi i, it- tt( : < 'u lIt F 10 VI'ITll n I r. t III. I'I 'i-, .' 1'1"I', I ::Linn I J. Pearl i' ? Consol' 1 1Cillllllllir "
Canada. In foie the i '' K ., d.) :" d! f' I. I hi'.r''t1ht.ltd'lf:- In irruit 1 I t cl L n i,I I J I'v! 1 1'c '. .
and I Mr. and Mrs L. A. Hall or tmrt. Bradford < unl 'h.ii' f' .1 'of'I! i lq. ic ?i 1..r tin C i :- : J.u Vonx the J.:! 1. i I'"
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returned i, ', '
" Hh day of .\UKIIM. i''">. i n Florida: la < hnrrv. u Ill. i. i 1"1 "i 'I I : \ |I't -. '! .\tv-| for Plf G2U:! 4 I
Rev and Mrs. R. C. Gray are : < to their home northwest of

attending a Toccooa. Ga. Bible j Hampton after li'insouth/ for ,1, -----

Conference this week. Little several' months.

Valerie \vijl. be the guest of Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Pl'rCGriffin. of

and Mrs Otto Hicks Sr. while 1'Jacksonville spear several) days I!:

with his father. Waller Griffin. What a picluevitllOllt

Among weekend visitors of the c

W N Jacksons were Mr. and :,

CPSOUIIE "GOSSIP' Mrs. Bert Finch of Gainesville. :. 4 t+v _

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Finch of St.i'

Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Asa ,

By "Shorty" Jackson and family of Relle Colie ?

Glade, Mr and Mrs. S F. Jacksonof ,

Dublin. Ga. :
and Mr. and! Mrs
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BEST SEtavCEIN ; Thigpen. of Deep Step. Ga. Fourth!'

1 TOwN I lot July the Jackson family and! p (p4
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I 'their guests were guests of Mri .

I i and Mrs C. O Kitchens near

I Gainesville

t | Cpl Frank XarAorth of Greenville -

I S C. Air Base, and Mr and
+ (y. tWY
Mrs Charles Gastin and children I

: of Palatka spent the fourth with

their mother. Mrs Ena Xaravorth I

---" ,-- --- Eal'lt"neazwort1: accompaniedI f
.I I t them home for the weekend. A good picnic is lively

"Ew-n our competitors: ad- i j Jimmie Rcasley of Palatka i- ;

mire our l'ni'e1"! spending a week with his grandmother f .s- "" i
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I Mrs Enaazworth.. 1 and with fun.The
sparkling
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\\e arc pn'u
e.f R h In;: Mnir i that Illra'M'I school pl'indral.frs.. Ol.i1M : I

andYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.Tn. Perkins had two delightful!
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j visitor; during the Fourth of July | :. ''' life and sparkle of

i holidays. Thp'I'rp Elbert Ayer? i<
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I and Donald Cochrane two of'her .: \ ,, .
LIBBY
i former pupils. U' ( ice-cold Coca-Cola
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I Elbfit. who i m the' grandson of c 1))

Sales & ServiceLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj { Mr( and Mrs- C. A. Cox of Hampton I

was a pupil in the first grade 1

: at lIampton two years ago. lit !] 1 5.:: adds so much

now lives with his parents in '
KaiMT Frazer
lIenryJnEALEHSIIIP t
Texas and reports that he is doingwell ; \
)

Temple .\H. Ph. 32 1 i I Elbert in is the a third large grade boy for out his there agrJ' : : I'' \: :: / to any orca lofl.

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and' our piediction is that he wi il'! \ I ..

i I be a regular "Bronco Buster" If g \
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he continues t to) live in he "l. iv & >'I.
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I[ Star State". '

Television Tips I II 1 n,11I1hl Cochrane is the son
i iBy I Mr James Swindell of Siark' .* C:

lie finished th< eight grade u

Hampton two years ago Donald!

CHARLESFLVS I I" now residing with relatives ir

Atlanta Ga and likes his S<'hO,1

work :ind I..achers'ery much. ,
I
:Next: fear he will be in the'
I
? ?bId
1It ? eleventh ;grate of one of the large

high hools in Atlanta. In addition

to his regular high schoo! ,
THE AIK -
SAN IN '
II work Donald is taking military:,
SWIMS UNPFK WATEReUTfUSNT -
IFAKNFD TO training and will be prepared for !

ROT C. if he is called intcStTMce <, .
WALK STRAIGHT ON EARTH / aye t
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[ Donald oho is just fifteen year: i ii i dw l r

0 "Id. is now' six feet two inche} i ShoJ} at

yr t i Q, a'7r ,, tall and is a handsome well-man- ..1

m-red hen in every respect

s Mi.Perkm.s f.,oN \ erpron'! tIle Sigll of f
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,"t! the.s. bins mil: l 1 ioivs':.iiV'v\

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BRANCHBy eE

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Mrs. J. !? trkl"J.\ntl i
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We gi\e it to you straight: .

J:(lod I+Merv.ii. pant quaht.v. l lu vv, I AT YOUR f
LilheVi"ninson:; 2S
was 6

prim-, called to the bedside of her oMest. \ / Bottle Carton

[ sister. Mrs M M Goodrich. a fewi FOOD STORE f

I i days ago. She spent a few hours
Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed flus CeFc!: + t
I I With her sister before she passed

'on to the great bt'\'ond. Mrs' .

Goodrich had been ill for sometime ,. w ..--' leT T tEe UKCtl AuTn011Tr Cf THE COCA-COlA COMPANY IT

with heart and kidney ail
RADIO & TV a STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
ment. She is survived by a number .

Sales and ServicePh. of children and other relatives

Rev. Waller delivered the message -
"Coi."it a r.pnf.nd aad..iv1. e 19J2. TM( COCA-COW CCMfANY
239 Starke at Long Branch Sunday in

I I the abesnce of the regular pastor 1
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKI.: FLORIDA

FniDAY. JIXY 11. h'1.,:
e rrrsrrrrsss S. SS SS_ssssssssrrrpstr.-s-sss, white bridal satin. The net
I yoke Three Methodist BaptistVl1U 1 l St. Mark's NOTICE TO .*,".!:.4IIIn
was embroidered with seed pearl Episcopal i Clrrult Court Ordrr <>f ruMlmtl.. 4..| \..II" r i I..
:urtdfvrd Connty. *
rrrari Mai ,
t accented with long sleeves thattapered W.S.C.S. Circles riorida llj fhanrttT.I'ormii' J..1 \\.tJd Of Florida.. I.
.
The program and business meeting The Rev i u h."t' r. Id! I '
1l Lee Graham will tf \ : 11"\1. Plaintiffs aiiilr- s'
j to the wrists. The full i* \ K. T f
Met LastVeek of the M..q.r.1 i- ll.titt p. I Itrfrp'lantCd .. \
I
skrit BaptistVMU will te: j j liver the sermon and conduct ".'.. > .1: v "!lk v
i swept gracefully into :3 > :\? .1.To tu ,
held in.. the educational building '.\elf... .11" i dl'i"
morning service \fff r.Ti.
> in St. Mark'f .
court length train and the fingertip August I n 1 i J. ti(?
Circle one of the Methodist !! Tuesday July 15, at 3 The .M.irK.iKl t'. 'lan'Hi thuIdII C..llrt end( v
veil p.m. Episcopal church Sunday at 11 end ,add i u t (tj :.
of sheerest illusion was TnknovinYIMI 'tk.. .
held I \V S C S met in the home of Mrs Helen Masters circle wl! have a.m. The Rev. Graham will be at .iir h'I. I 011"1. (.td that a Trlt'graphi lliXi : ., : I I. 1 ,
in place by a Empress Eugene ; t'
I L. D. Vming Tuesday morning. :charge of the program | St. Mark's throughout the month nit' I'for, ,. 1: in next ful' u ,. 10 ?
i crown decorated with orange i\oi A\'iln. -- ,,.
Gladys MoolyPhone 1. x
July The "
i
I guests were seatedon has' tern .
I i, of July. filed allIntt ; on in the ;", -' k. !F. ,
35 1[1 blossoms. The bride earned a the porch where refreshments'1 it-i.\e tanned Court and trfu.-<> .\- ,1u ,I'!I'I'111.-I't?I JlI\!
Hardy : '
Birthday
.
Party .I|
nosegay of white carnations and The Rev. Graham is a native of t' air rciinrtil to \ t> a '.p\ '''t \ .,
'
__ __ were served. Mrs. L. A. Davis .'" ur an>wtr or j' .u'inK t.. Ihcuinplautt .. \ "
i:
M
'Gainesville N ;
III II III II # who is now preaching I i 1.11 1 ,
siephanotis centered with a white ; p.
conducted the business .n Ih'I'Itrrtlft'- I ,. ,.
meeting.Mrs. Mrs J. E. Hardy entertained ata i: i Ii ,
Sharon Hall And Edwin Locke MarriedIn 'I orchid in the back of which wabride's W. G. : in Birmingham. He graduated j Attor. it \ .',it\ W .41,1.l AT 'h.II'd.! )1't; la. k- .1',. ,
I illusion Haile gave the devotion lovely birthday' party Wednesday -' from the University of FlOrida'I l -r.. I Hal: 'Id i i::n lil/ nu. i :. and showers of Kl. '
First Methodist Church on Christian :Faith for a afternoon July 2, for her !I' i ila
CeremonyA : ind ,.
:white satin ribbon of which was and received his Divinity Degree a Mr: h'g.".11! in ,h. .ft' '
World in Revolution.Mrs. Janet who /hf i 'j..rl.l ,. In In-uit
daughter. celebratedher ''at I "t! ih t'.I.i nit i' "11 : t ourt. 'raoler" < uuni
bridesmaids attached stephanotis blossoms. Her I the Theological Seminary ir ir inorr thei Kl.rich: In ( bnorrrtK .
beautiful and impressive were Miss Elizabeth Davis gave some high fifth anniversary.A I
i Itt .1. ._ I \. I!, ,, .
only ornament necklace Virginia. .x .I i \ -: i I''; ,1 .11 >( f.M
marriage ceremony of Sunday Crawford Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave, was a pearl lights on the life of Bishop John and color ,,h"l\\, -r t't' .ill-I I.t.t i J""- .'f v .1 I I at.f HI. ''Mrs. a lift from the bridegroom.Mrs. pink green motif After he ordained ''ml'l.l.n' i _...
was '
u ; :
afternoon. June 29 was that of Garnita Parker and Mrs.J. Branscomb of Orlando, the newly by Bishop t.- n .1liy i .1 \
Miss Sharon Armenia R Armstrong of Hall selected for her elected of was used in the attractive floral Juhan he was in charge of the StLuke's i'.d This j i u. (>r. !Hall Birmingham Bishop the Florida Con decorations and was further carried n"tt.e all bit published ,Ip. : .Mnl. ", I (..rid" I I.
daughter of :Mrs. Shellie A. Hall Ala. The flower girl was the : daughter's wedding an orchid ference. church in Birmingham f net-. .rail) wnk f.>r four. cone,utreetrek. -.x.i.; H I' I u I I.r
.
out with the i i I !, .
'French appointments: IM tl'r 1'r:" ult. "i r..ui>:.\ Ti it d.! M." II ] .1"1 ?,,
()If Starke and Arthur H. Hall of bride's cousin Vonnie Hutto of voile gown with pink acceleries -- I refreshment table. The St. Mark's vestry will have ;;"erh' t ," ,,I" I vvt
the .
on ,. a. i
Jacksonville and Edwin Bradford Jacksonville. and an orchid corsage. Circle two met Monday July 7.1 a regular meeting on Wednesday 1 : i i' .' I '_. : i" \
1 II'FI"I'1 .,
of marbles to I I l"--: ,
Locke, son of Mrs. Hildred Lockeof Serving as best man for the Mrs. Locke wore an afternoon j at 12:30:: p.m. in thehome of Mrs Favors were given at 7:30 in the Parrish House ';

North Hampton.. H and bridegropm was, was Phil Contnerof dress of orchid net over matching :JJ. II. Ritch at Kingsley Lake the boys and knife, fork and spoon The Rev Fred Yerkt .utns "J ,. ,. "

Edwin B. Locke of Swampscott, Bellsontaine Ohio and the ushers -: taffeta with purple accessoriesand Pink and blue hydrangeas and sets were given to the little girls. rector of St Mark'.. said that the "" ,t,"

Mass.. which took place in the were M. C. Wells, O. P. Hutto. I wore orchid corsage.A I zinnias were used in decorating. I Ass-stinn: :n seivmp and ann customary Fndtin ,etmga- .11", r.l I hie I I"I'I'h

First Methodist Church. Officiating Tillman Hutto and Charlie Park reception was held in the I Luncheon was served after for th.' :>,11 gii"-ts were Mrs Bill hanged\ t? Wedne,.il
at the 4:30 o'clock ceremonywas er. church recreation building im- I which the program and busine-? Cmiin. MiNeil: Yar.to Mr that th Kt KeF A 'I 1\ ir: I I II II

Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell. The maid of honor wore a becoming 1; mediately following the wedding meeting was held. Mrs. Titu- 1 A B H.r.- ro.\1': : .' T: :1-., '. I:, gLI ht': ; r' 'I t,' I

Prior to the ceremony a program gown of nylon net over I j ceremony A pink and white color ) Olson opened the meeting with: ..,nil I

of nuptial music was rendered j orchid taffete. The snug bodice i! motif was attractively carried out prayer :Mrs. Morgan Richard .._ -- -

by Mrs. E. K. Ferryman gave way to a bouffant skrit in the numerous arrangements of was appointed Christian Social' ] :

organist and Gilbert Newcomb, which fell in deep folds to the II tinted tube roses pink gladioliand Relation officer. Mrs. T. .1 Grit ;1

roloist, who sang "The Lord's ankles. Her stolle and accessorie white Pinocchio chrysanthemums fin gave the. devotional on "yc" FREE PRIZESTC

J'ra'er" and "Because". The were of matching color and she I set against a background I Mrs. T. G Mitchell gave an instructive .

traditional wedding marches were carried a nosegay with nylon net of palms, throughout the receptionroom. talk on the "Theme and BE (;IVEN3.OCF.M.:: ,

u-fd. back and satin ribbons and flowers Goal Emphasis" WSCS. Part I
i
The church: was dt'coratf'dth to match the gown. In her of a letter from Mrs. James Caii: : ,
The bride's table was overlaid (
floor baskets of white gladioli hair she wore a nylon net bandeau ;i were read by Mrs. Ritch Mrs _
I (
with Italian !
an cutwork clbth
centered
and Pmoochio chrysanthemums of matching color. The bride- -, Cail and her h'isband are at pr('. .

against a background of palm... i ienn.branch 1 maid gowns were designed on ,' cake embossed with a three-tiered with pink wedding i j!| ent in Pans studying French ir Sat July 12
rose
candelabra holding similar lines to that of the maidof ;i'preparation for missionary work
: and topped with a wedding bell:
cathedral tapers cast a soft glow honor. Miss Crawford's gown in Africa.
j, under which stood a miniature ; t
over the lovely setting. The family I I was pastel yellow Mrs. Parker's l In addition to circle n.enibcr- WINNER: :MIST BE .
bride and groom. Around the -.i i
pews were marked with white : gown was pastel blue. Mrs. Red. present were Rev. and Mrs T G I 1 '
take was a ruffle of white nylon i WIN r RIPE SWEET
PRESENT TO &
Latin bows and clusters of porn. grave's gown was lime green ', Mitchell and Barbara Ann. MrsC. 9 TENDER
net
on which were placed at intervals !
lams. i and Mrs. Armstrong's gown was F. Sayles of Miami and Mrs. J. j jV.
miniature of Registration Continues Until GEORGIA
The bride who was given in''! pastel pink. The flower girl was 1 wr/te satin ribbons. The nosegays cake i \ Prather and family of Pasadena j Z FREE STONE

marriage by her grandfather L.I I[ gowned in baby blue. '! flanked by four low silver candleholders wars|I Calif. ( :3:00 P.M. Saturday \

S. Hutto, chose as her maid ofhonor The bride selected for her wed white I' -- I r

Miss Frances Morgan. The ding an exquisite gown of heavy to these holding taperand Circle three met with Mrs ..1V | ( .. .*
were tied bows of whitf <
Andrews: with Mrs. J. C. Hobbs a* 'I COMPLETE LINE 2 lbs. c
nylon net to which were attached' cohostess. I:i s. i 29I
nosegays of pompoms and pink''ube r'6
WIRE
The business session was conducted I FENCE
ro'-es. Also on the table were ,
by the leader. Mrs. A
THEATRESTARKE placed silver trays decorated with ROOFING
Wood. Mrs. A. Z. Adkin pave I I /
I 1 l ruffles and puffs of white illusion' I
The
the devotional on Diligence.
interspersed with loops of white I PAITSPulpwood *
Missionary progress was "Africa i golden ripe J Lbs
satin ribbon holding mints deco- BANANAS
Joins the World" given by Mrs [ 13C
Dedicated To Community Service rated with pink rosebuds. Other 1 Supplies L
Hobbs Mrs. McComb and Mrs. A'i j
"Mo\le8 Are Better Than Eer"Sat. silver trays held individual white ,
Wood.
12 ONLY cakes with rosebuds. Refreshment were served dur l I l firm crisp/ Each

July T ues., \\'e.-July I 13, 16 Punch was served from twc ing the social hour. STARKEHARDWARE I LETTUCE \19C
BIG; DOUISLE FEATURE punch bowls which were placed on''

beds of greenery in which were
--
xALLEN.KOKO MYF Holds Boating.
rW u1 AC1.Ne11f tucked pompoms and pink gladioli CO.
1'-- r red
00'18 Ij r D\.G"i1\.:: L lISt r r. blossoms. Swimming PartyThe PLUMS juicy Lib. 35C

: feyents : i :
olorado fa} I tp f \M 0 v. : Greeting the guests at the door ,'11 t NeM: To Hank Starke Fla. :
11 T1 were Mrs. J.C.. Kincaid :Mrs.: T. Method Youth }K '"

Sundown .\btitbtcst:comed9 IO lIS 1 H. Slade and :Mrs: T. G. :Mitchell.In : ship of the First Itthod,,l:-t t I- .
L -- strawberry \
"! Church of Statke enjoyed .1 -'\ +i"
: oM( Once" I the receiving line were members WATERMELONS 40c
t A XEPUBUC riCTUKAnd fI "e.f\ I of the bridal party. Mrs Hall ming and bowling party at St-n!: k DEXO

i 1 land's Landingon King lcv I. '!ti. '
and Mrs. Locke. Keeping the !! DAEIC
.
1 ""'" ....... :\ '' I..DMAt N0.111 ICOLal"U4LttiES'i( I I,1 It Tut'sdap'emng.. July S I
:'; ""' .u "I I bride's book were Mrs Irene Hut FL-: SHORTENING
l' to and Mrs. Edwin Green and pie- During the bowling mnt'-I TARKE

:_. JoA N i I'lus Cartoon "L-t\ Go" & l..at..t siding at the punch bowls were following the picnic supper. Con } lb.

AMCU1 DAVISD' I ; News Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. O. L '' ceil Clandy was high Scorer tiji I' Fri. Sat.-July 11. 12 3 can 71cI

| i Beasley. :Mrs.: Phil Contner and |I, the girls and Billy Weldon UH: BIG DOriiLE) FEATUREBLONDIE -I

J I Mrs. Albert Lee. Cutting the the high scorer for the boys -
Mt nut
i
.- ...-----...--.... j i I R S. JOHN MIXONMRS. j bride's cake were Mrs J. L An.// This was another in th. senej HAS
Plus ('arioln"Kit: (' r.on" derson and Mrs. G. S. : of "Youth
Newcomi i j Nights" beingcon Servant TroubleArthur
N-rial : and assisting in serving were Mjs ducted by the First Methodist KITCHEN

Thur. Fri.-July 17, 18 'JoAnn Dinkins, Mrs. Hogan Smith I Church every Tuesday night during Lake! fenny :Singleton _
A. J. THOMAS JR.
i Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins. 1n.1! the Bummer months. -AndVengeance- CHARM
Crawford. Miss Judy "ALL GOOD"WAX
Sun., Mon.-July 13, 14 ; (!I Margaret "I :
1' Green Mrs. Shirley Pollet, :Mrs. N. Valley
JOSE FERRER New RiverVl'vlU : PAPER w FANCY SLICED
T. Green. :Mrs. Titus Olson. Mrs .
emote medwWemessin. i Co Sfarrl"9 Clark. j Has Youth i Kurt l..an'a..tt-r. Sally Forest
June
Miss
KIM HUNTER M. C. Wells RallyThe
EXCITING COLOR Miss Oleeta Green Miss Peggy i I US' 1 1, BACON
/
I I Sun.Iln.Jul: > 13.: 1 11 i rol19c : J
ANYTHINGCAN Ann Wiggins and Miss Pat Lamb. | \VMU of the ;New five I

TH E frD/11 Mrs Lloyd Green played soft Association held a young p 'cpic- tit .'e I

Iff.e.." salon music during the reception. rally at the Bayless Highway B.ip- RAGING TIDE "' Lb.

i } : \fter spending some time with'! list Church all flay \Vediu( !:.\ : 1 49C
:>h 'llintrrs.. Kuhanl (until
: HAPPEN r:1,' their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Locke'' The Starke Baptist church h.u d!
: ( .lrH.n" .1 \ew''
IIDA11I left for a wedding trip to Canada. charge of the devotion ami :,11'<; DAILYDOG
......WpN 1WI8t3T. (
i MnA (;rCIG! ( SlA1t>H :- .FY-): New Hampshire and New York. II. A. Lawson presided\ over tii. Tues. July i ::>-ONLY) SMOKED SHANKLESS
The bride chose for traveling a', morning session. The following:

81EJGfttER: 1N1itC1J1[ [ [ ij {' I Pa.at.cwt Rare rf: 2J Navy blue dress complimented R.A.- and GA's took part in tlltmOI'nin SECRET OF FOOD LB.

j f.aly- PICNICS I S
with white accessories'< and pinned i i program : Jimnn 39C

rciiL4 .".' (,)1)) NARISSE( to her shoulder was a corsage of son. Burge Searing. Gladys Car CONVICT LAKE 316 oz ens 25C I

fins "lIulllla: )' for :ShoeMringU 1'111"1 f'artoun "UII"I- 'ars" .white carnations and stephanoti son. Burge Cearing. Gladys Cu _
( A \ -"v
aitiwm <
('(lIIII,r)' & I..uh..t Netts centered with a white orchid ney and Judy Dankol. A highlight J FRESH FROZEN CHICKENION
of ihe meeting was t.i'k'
bridel
taken from her bouquet. a
\\ed.. Thur.-Jul lb. 1 17
1'(\I! TIMOl'K NAME COXCRVLKI) IN THE 15LAXDIXGUIUVK 17 Mr. and Mr- ', by Marshall Jiu, a Chinese -tii.ient. GIZZARDS lb
After July 29c LIVERS 1 Ib
.
: IX OK who spoke on missionary nl' d; ci 49c
n.c.Htw.TlltTHE: ADS Cl'TU Ol'TXU 1'KE- Locke will reside in an apart- UK<; uoriu.E) ncvn REPAINTED :
A
MLVT IT TO Il(>\ OFFICE FOIL nat: TICKETS npnt: in the N. T. Patch home on the Far East.Following -

Cherry street. luncheon whit( \v.t- HILLS BANNER SAUSAGE
I| served on the church grounds. tl.I .< PEAS
The bride was graduated from |
I afternoon session wa presided ...tar ri n-: i.a...ie
BLANDING DRIVE-IN Bradford High School class ofj iI 1 SMOKED CUT LINKS
over by Mrs. Joseph Thomas of
'4S and is now employed at the i -In lechnitolornd -

supply depot at the Green Cove Brook"r. Mr. and Mrs. John -.\ 2.303 ens. 23C fi Lb. Can $ .3SaltI
Pierce due"Huh .
rang: the
1 To ,
k-tlkatt'(1. THEATRE Muie..tre Springs, Naval Ba.-e. Spint Hti-ith On sle"I:I, ,itnl.tnn'd \ SONG OFSURRENDER E! _,
Community
BetterSenlee The! bridegroom attended Bowd t h% :M1-: I. I F 1 1' : r. r.."

V MAKTIX TIIEA1UL; Than Ever: .'nlownIilitary Institute for thre thi ,j. u I ', V. : I: 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE

wars and attended Burdett C'b l it i 4 In.n I Cam \\ ;IIHla ITUCK'S ntlrl1"11' \ Dog Food, 2 for 27c

15o\ Office) Opens 7:15: ; I'.M. Show Starts S:00:( ( I'.M. Inge In Boston Mass, lIe is n ti\\' I :, I, I.a"' A,,It, Maya Dried LB-
; Baby II 1
MIEN I'vIR'NIGHT: ) ; RAIN OR FAIR stationed at the Green f.v 77c 3 LB- $225I'rish
spiing- Naval Base. Lima Beans, 22 oz. 27c I!

Mon. 15 -- '- ,., I : J I'Inapple; | ( IK.( nul t
Fri., Sat.-July 11. 12 Tues.-July 11. ( int-of-town guests imluj\ -.. --- -. r reeling:: Mix"Junket": '
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M's Hildred Locke of Nit: 13c 'I BUNS
25'MarMe
-
H. ;; t ton N. II. Edwin B Lo k.
AUTO CAFE For Sandwiches, i unches
:O'II1Ip"t'OU.! Mass. paren'bridegroom. I \nd (f.old| Pound

I' .' Arthur H I. Wilsons Mor 62c i!
CAKES
Hr': "f Jacksonville. father 0\t 25c
I
1I 1 tI I '' bride. ReG.. C. Hodge'i \Vil-son J With Hean.- '

JOE VOONG 1j j n' Beaver Street Baptist church. RESTAURANT -- DRIVE IN : Chili con Carne 29c 'C'hfH'. \nd 'amlla; I 'la\on-n

!l.:,, ks, m'ille. Mr and Mrs. W. B. I ti1un'orned SAND CREMES 19c
and Billy:
.. Earl
and sons.
( .r
TERRY MOORE BEN JOHNSON I I I ,IM,1! M:s' Mary Brown, all of Counibia : i, ANNOUNCES OPENING I Beef Hash 33c < hot.nd \anilla Flavored '

Hitch :-V0 FIIMMcHUGN S C. Mrs. C. J. Miller } Armours

: ojmgeburg.., S. C. Mrs. I. W I I 6:00 A. M. I Vitalox 25c ICE CREAM DESSERT 3 fOr 20c

I r..m\., Td. Sr of Camac. Ga Mr.
Dn ,1M 1, Lo ia,.PN. ., I Foi DishejDreft i -' 'II! 'i.T\\
and daugh- :: \
M.
A .1. n.w.".,, tin'!' Mrs E. P. Ritter BREAKFASTCurb IIZ
I .... \nn. of Hamlet. S C.. Mrs. 30c
I'lus Cartmm "Sea Sal t.." t -s Hutto of Savannah Ga., Soap I'ouderOXYDOL PORK N' BEANS 2 *or 19c

\1' ml Mrs E. Q. Garrick and or Dining Room Service 27c'' \nn I'asre < reamSmooth

.MISS. J. H. KELLY \ \miDroiet\ \ of St. Petersburg

aAUDE1IE CC1B T Mi- Laura Jackson, Miss LoAnn (leans Dirty Hands I, PEANUT BUTTER lib.-8 oz. 57c

X'rm.n.Ir: *. Lettie Parker. Mr Lava Soap, 2 med bars 19c
Sunday
July13ONLY : and Mrs J. C Wynn. OV. Waller SKK OCR U '\('lli:0MEM' With Face ClothSilverdust \nn Pat

H 4u t ..ro,roHt Mr and Mrs T. F. Hutto and I ''I

SIGi4 :\ and Mrs J. J. Sears all of I IIr. FRO.'l6.k' 28c i: MAYONNAISEAnn 1 qt. 52c
:
Jacksonville.. and Mrs D. II I ISO Shortening ,:

Plus fart km "llirl> Bird Iod It" Crawford and Mrs H. Parker ai.d i I" I Pace (,ra d l' ".\" (.KAI'K
SPRY 85cSoapy

.. :MRS. L. J. (GHEE u-iu-Mer.and" Mrs Jean J. R.of Armstrong Hampton. Mr ofmrr.tnghan1 PARKI.\G PRO RLE.MS I Hich. ; II FRUIT JUICE 360z can 17cRINSO

Mr and Mr- 27c
Wed., Thur.-July 16, 17 Ala. I I:

AE AEl1tSEslc T m E. Duckworth of'arnt'r Duz SoapFLAKES i PrH'l' m this ad effertive thru :Sat.. Jul> I 12
CHICKEN
BUTTDftlS Robbms. Ga.. Miss Audry Hardmbr'Ok ) STEAK SHRIMP h
27c
+ IA 'IIRf'tlllYi of Doctor's Inlet. Lt an- Ii,,
A & P FOOD STORE
'"11/ MrE I. Love Chief Earl Farn !I Toilet Soap

I flWs 1 mile and Mr Mrs.and Mrs F. Harrison.R E. ScMr M-.:i SEAFOOD 1)1.\\ERSI 1 Lux. 3 regular bars 29c The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.

S. Krobach and Mr u-.d! Floating Soap Entire Contents Copyrighted 1950

IsotrI'lit. and Mrs Mrs.I P nt dlebrook. all! I 1.. S. :.501 SOt'TH .\T R. It TR U K II I I Swan, 2 large bars 25c I 300 East Call St.

Cartoon "Stooge" for :\luu'oC"l\I !>O Cartoon "jsquirrt-l Craij" jre, L C ','- Springs 1x. 1\\

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FRIDAY JULY 11, 1832 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, BTARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE FIVE
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I guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. J ]herd's mother Mrs. G W be happy to hear that she '
II 6 re- j honeymooning up in :N Y.. N. H. they were up there on their honey. I Surely did ,
I Anita 1 Pther's "
Hayes at Kingsley Lake. I j Mr. and Mrs. V.V.. 1 home from Riverside Hos and Canada enjoy
moon several weeks ago Joe gota solo at the Methodist Chi-, '.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff. Jr. I :
were fishing at Horse Shoe Wednesday of last wek The .
; list
down
mumps is boiling ..
job as Sunday .
plumbing inspector on a morning She'from > .
the weekend with her family -
spent -
(over the weekend. she was under
treatment thi- week with only two on it Pa
housing project Hear that >edena. Cain with
the D. A. Monteiths, in Eustis. ::
Mrs. O. L. and observation for
Eeasley four days Jackie Hobbs and Michael Jack- .
Mrs. LeClerc is on the mother and! bin'-, .
high seas ?! lint
Friends of Mrs. Adolph Gay J.I'. Kincaid spent a few ,, E. J. Wilt of East Orange ': son June Patel tc1' ;
was over
I bound for ''A. F. '
will hear that she underwent the Holy Land She. Sauls hei /pia: : ,.rent
regret to this week in Tampa with J. is making an indefinite l the doctors in Jax Monday and
CIN THE NEWS a serious operation in St. arr-ompanied by Mrs. Mae Chap So sorry to hi a: ,f i .t t SJ\i .
i and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. her parents the Dr. Colsons '' Tuesday for observation waFsorl1' .
du.1 Vincent's hospital early in the man of Gainesville will make ar Shaw was down w : n,III'
I Curtis Roberts last [ Moore of Blackshear.
' spent to hear little Glona. 2.
.6 6 I week. age extensive tour of Europe Happy while on vacation w :t'i 'IeI'l'' '
', with his grandparents.! Mr. I visiting her cousin, Jackie of '
the Gibson .
Mrs.V.. H. Smith and daughter, i,week. :I Blanche and Elma Andrews accompanied I daughter Larry : birthday to Pat Seig whc ents th. F J :,h\.I' t K JoAnn, and Judy Green were Visitors j Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards and their uncle, Elton: Andrews Mrs. E. C. Roberts in ')' for several days. seriously! hurt her forefinger on passed another mjlestop- We*; 't .. I 1-,:, Nu. -, RosaiJacubni :

in Jacksonville Wednesdayof I the A. T. and John Andrews families to his home in Charleston! Beach. They brought him home :, and Mrs. J. A. Jordan left J,! her right hand when she caught j i I nesday Glad to see Phoebei 'Vlllan-: : .! il' II: town
Tuesday and are remaining 1 Friday to make their home it the door and also ,
the Fourthof in sorry
last week. I had as guests over S. C. for a visit. :i I I Green all ok again after her She iand flI1\\: :\' > on'!
:Miss Mae Strickland of Jacksonville i July holidays: :Mr. and Mrs. J. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. for a few days visit. Bay Head. N. J. to hear David Haines has been Si I''' recent!: auto. anuient H ;.u Kmpslc\ th-. .. T' ir.oth:
Mr. Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald is! \' :, Ir. and Mrs. Curtis Lee Ak- St. Vincents for treatments the
and .
is spending several days P. Andrews and family Sauls and Mrs. J. W. Prather over 'that ll.1""i:: : :: n 'N! t. Ir-o"; MrSat 1 ih I I.. Mi-,
i Mrs. Hugh Andrews and family the weekend and Mrs. today for Washington D. C. i moved to Cano Ga. Wed past ten daysAnother .
law and and were Mr. '' '
here with her brother:- ,., \u--ha "r i ill "t';
,
| Brown < ;a ; \ ,, -' S.itrday ,
I S. C. Elton Andrews visit her son-in-law and i i of .
sister Mr. ad Mrs. Bayle lcKinne of Columbia. Garry Veaver and Bob Chapman' pair newlyweds.Julia . :\ I""f V i'oK
)'. of Charleston. S. C., Mrs. 1 of Jacksonville Ernest Renner of 'Col. and Mrs. J. W. atc.\eer i, Ir. and Mrs. Fred Watteron: i Lawson i and Joe Jordan a ,', ..t 11 t m'?

Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Cribbs of Emma Crews and Mrs. Roy Hick- St. Petersburg and l Mrs. Louise 'spending three months here i Hampton have changed then leton the Fourth I t t.," BIHpHI, ddntat. tti I;',' cite,! 'ht Si' 'f'. -tt \ ,' !Il., I,' "

Morriston were in Starke Thuds- man. Jr. and small daughter of I I Wainwright of Hollywood. her other daughter. Mrs. M. to box 22. Starke N J I to niaki Ih'l.1! i"" c u'u'i !., ,-' ',,! "

day visiting friends. Wauchula George Crews and I Mrs Cecil Sewell and daughter, Brown. Colley and daughu i' r.a-. .

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown and children of Gainesville Mr. and i Pam and Miss Johnnie Bennett Mr. and Mr!'. Don Hazen I spent the weekend .It F iii q- - -- -- -. ..- :;?
children of Jacksonville were visiting -''Mrs. W. H. Andrews Miss Betty are spending a week in Marianna daughter. Sandra, of !\ visiting Mr. .!! \ '- -' '

friends and attending to business Hammond Mr. and Mrs. H. M. II while their mother Mrs. B. E. were Sunday guests of Mr. Sam Gillispie.

here last Thursday. i!I Redding and Miss Ruth Edwards Bennett, undergoes: an operation. Mrs T. C. Hazen Jr. Don and Mrs. R. T !.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cole and i: all of Jacksonville. They also all I Doyle Conner was in Marianna recently returned from a ) the weekend in FO, ,. ". ,,,'

daughter. Brenda. and Mrs. Frederick attended the Andrews family re- on business Wednesday and Thurs- combat duty in Korea. I ). ARLINGGROCER
union at the home of Mrs. Adam day. Miss Dolores '
Cottle of LaGrange Ga were 1 I McKnight Irs.Y.. J. Chandlei -M.
here last week visiting Mr. Cole's Andrews in Lake Butler on the I Mr. and Mrs. B. Walters of Mid- Dodd and Mr. and :Mrs.: I I in the yard i." .-' ,11 '

brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Fourth. idle Village, N. Y. are spending a Priest of Jacksonville! spent I '!' at the home of !hei -
Col. and Mrs.! 1) E. Knight spent two weeks vacation with Mr. and
I I
J.
Mrs. L. Cole. weekend at the Priest camp j Mrs. H. B. Montgom-
Tuesday in Jacksonville. i I Mrs. A. L. Crosby. Sr. and Mr. and ': I
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly the Suwannee River. | Ga.
of Eagle Lake were guests dur-I I Mrs.V.. T. Jackson and children -'Mrs.I' A. L. Crosby Jr. The Senior Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Thomas i of Miss Etta S T -"i t GROCERY & MARKETCorner

ing the weekend of Mr. Wimber- visited Mrs. Jackson's father. i Crosbys also had as weekend Miami are spending this I\\ regret to hear that -h. >ia-
Mrs. H. C. A. G. Loudon Sr. and Mrs. Robert I guests, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thrasher
ly's mother and sister with Mr. and Mrs. C. G. confined in Uiversid. >- -
Jackson and children in Keystoneon of Daytona Leach and Mrs. Rich- ', ,
Mrs Nelson T.
Wimberly, Sr. and ) the past week fm' i': i
Green. Mrs. Wimberly is attend- the Fourth. burg Hardy and daughter. Susan ,, dale.Mr.. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and treatments. Call & Cherry Sts. Starke Fla

ing summer school at the University Mr. and Mr-. C. V. Ingleright of Pompano Beach. Monday the family had as guests last : and Mrs. H K TV.- ,,>.".,

of Florida. I spent the weekend at Purta Gor- Crosbys outing and at Silver their guests Springs.enjoyedan Mr. and :Mrs. Z. O Smith spent the \\tek.-: i These Prices Good Fri. and Sat. July 11. 12

Mr and Mrs. Robert Lancaster, da and Pine I-land.i of \ ar.! '. *
fishing .
.laughter. Margaret City
..
Miss, Vida Jean Gentry returned -t---: 'fIC .. ... .
Jr and sons of Miami were guest i Mr. and Mrs. R. L Dobbs and home last week after week's burg.!' Va. and Mr. and Mrs. \ and relativesMrs. _, H __"" _.. .. .._ .. .. .. _-_ _'; .-._- _
of Mr. and Mrs Martin Land last daughter Term are : N
Memphis visit in St. Petersburg/ where she Webb of Atlanta. Ga. L. Sigman WESTERN TBone
Sarah Barefoot of <\ Ga. will arrive to i iI SIRLOIN CLUB
.r was the guest of her aunt Mrs. Miss! (
/ 7 Piece Limed Oak Mane McMillm. chobee spent the weekend I I i' with her sister. M I'-

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boree and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. ., .
Dining-Rm. Suite ,daughter Iris Lynn and Mrs. G. Barefoot. I'I I Mr. and Mrs. AU'! C

H. Bennett Stanley and Marsh B. C. Holtzendorf. Jr. and I son J. R. of Spnn ;'

Ir I Kaye Bennett spent the weekend: dall Chitty were in Miami Mr. and Mrs. Ja. k \ i iI
31595f in Macon[ Ga. Thursday to Sunday. j I| :Media.:\ Pa. have sp-! "" ",a': Real
weeks with Mr and1.! A
Mr. and Mrs. Jack CMom and I Mrs Kate Sheppard and
Anderson. Mrs. Ard -",
family were the weekend guestsof E C. Priest spent the .
,
Piece Mis. Odom's grandmother and J I\t Fort White with relative I have been visitin- :. >.1I Good
aunt. Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and Mrs. I[ in Florida whl: li- '
L. .
Mr. and Mrs. R.
Living-Room Gp. J T. Gentry. Mrs. Marie McMil- I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edw! '
.Tr. and ;Miss Betty Staffer of ,
.
Phone 80 Starke, :'!!. who has also boon their guest. : of Fen andina .t' LB
i Petei>bur,'r wve Sunday
left Monday for Ohio for a'i t 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl; I I- ,' ''is
9995 before /ooingto San I Diego Calif. Mr. and Mrs. George I other relatives hi! Hi 1 'K
Pelt officer 1-c Bob Beers
E&- Mrs Stella Wiggins of Macon. i Miss Betty Sue t"t'd! *
; (la. L-. the guest of her sister: Mrs I :Norfolk. Va. is spending ten Ga. was the Satin\ ;'. ,i-
Full Size Gibson 1 his brother-in-law
with and
< ; H Bennett. Mr. and Mrs L. 0 Ha/-'

ELECTRICRANGE Mi:". Christine Driver and Misslva ter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold. i i Mr. an.I Mrs \\,01', 1 i r '
Mae Wells of Atlanta werei Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slappey three daughters ot M 1 't i

\ il'cent i < guests of Mr. and Mrs. B.F. i! Atlanta. Ga. spent Saturday tomorrow for .a I ,'
L !: M. Rae. Mr. and "Ir!'. J. C. Hobbs. I on Lake Sante F. i I"

Mis Robert R Rooney of Peru i' Mr. and Mrs. Harold their parents. Mi! l .*

WAS 214.95; lid is the guest of her sister '-Ir... spent the weekend at G. Haile.i .
H II Young, and nephew, T. R. Springs:: with relatives i i Dr. and ]Mrs A .\ !K ,

NOW 2O9.9 Y.ung.: :Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas as guests this ,I' V

Mrs Nettie Morgan of Tallahassee ,i daughter. Elouise. returned -' mother. MI 'Ij game Oil .For \pple 1 iLtr

formerly supervisor of Ridge. last week after three week's i, and daughters "1t' ><\

9 Cu. Ft.Refrigerator. Cibaon wood Hospital Daytona Beach, I cation at Hot Springs. Ark. and grandmoth,' M 1i SARDINES S I

has jo-ned UK staff of Doctors I Mrs. II. Clifton Brown is I i I Hagimanohs w !' > 25C JEll' E Y 26C

: ('111111' iy sni.al.John !, ing several weeks in from New York

P (Pat I Casey radar with her son-in-law and in Tarpon Sprll\ ;-

hllIl.IPlI..l.II..I seaman spent the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and I Mrs. Mae Joros of .J I i i" __ _
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24995 his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. L. I, dren. I a few days this .. ..: :: :: .. .. H.. : ._ ..: _.. : ,, : _," --< '_ ,

5.Pc. ChromeDINETTE Casey, after recently returning Mrs. C. G. Barksdale and [ sister, Mrs. W. El L MII !- '

:5 I'c.SummerFurniture from maneuvers in the Mediter- 'Robert attended the fashion I Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan )I' '. .:. -- ; .. -- .. .::. .- --T=-. -..:::, -._--: ,': -- : :f
.l rea n. her home in AJIE'll I
"11'. and Mrs. Roy L. Dial of Albany irf Tampa on Monday. my'.m( after spend 111.: *, 'K
Group I Friends of Mrs. G. T. Gem
WAS 89.95 Ga. were guests of Mrs.Ihal's '. | her mother. :Mi-! '
i! will regret to hear she fell C
brother and sister-in-law and family.

NOW 69-95 99.95 Mr and .Mr!.:. W. G. Haile on I, week ankle. and painfully sprained Mr. and Mrs. Bell'I I jOLEO Colored Lj( 19N

Tuesday. were honored it I" "
Mr. and Mr J. R. Chasteen. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and ': party Sunday at! :'h. m Stickf

5 PC. IlabyFurniture daughters Gwynn and Emily Ann, I i and son, J. Roy are :; their children: Mi ai{ n t U r'I
Battery Radios this week at the BrownJee ('ot ;
were visiting Mrs. Lewis' par. I .. nce Melton and t Midi "
'I .. .,
; _
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bedwell at St. Augustine. Mr. and 11 II-i i '- '- .. -
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.. p.'t ,
Group I .U: h. c ,
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PLUS BATIEHYI in Tchtila. Miss from Thursdayto i Mr and Mrs. Carl Johns of Waldo Mr I'1: __ ':_ = :: :

Sunday. New Orleans this week where ( Dyal of Starke .nd\ \', -- -- .. .
.. ._ - -
'Johns is '--'- -, -"
79.95 6995 Mr and Mrs Charles Shepherd going through the Berry Dyal, Jr ot M" - "- -_" -.
and children spent the weekendin ncr clinic for a checkup.Mr. Jim Smith of N."r' i H ::1{ l.h. Jar : I.hs.
and Mrs. L. A. Davis also a guest.
Gnffm. Ga. with Mrs. Shep-
,
in Fernandina Saturday Mrs. P. S. Crews ",f '
-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYYYT..TTTTTTTTT--------------nnn,------------------------ Mr. Davis' sister. Mrs. J. R. i spent Tuesday amt I ,\ LARD

E _ _ _ :4 l dee who is leaving July 27th 1 of last week wit I. : 53CIONIONS S 25
| Kapange Africa to join her W. T. Atwood. I. '

C YES E S 4 i Dr. Howard Hardee. who i I, .

4 | Mr. and Mrs. John M i __
ti 'medical A .
: missionary. __
d .
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( ( 4 4 j Miss Hazel Phillips spent spent last WI'kt- _. ____ __. : "-::" :':'_. )?
KOCH 1
reunion
\ \ 4 I weekend with her sister. a family

( ; 4 i Elizabeth Phillips in .
"' 'I 4 Mr. and Mrs. L. Mt FRVY BKNTOS
: 4 : Hazel moved on Monday from
it cc I, I of Bronson w. : .
\ Nylons I home of her aunt, Mrs. Alice '
.
j 4 the Dave Paulk fti"> .
,A, 4 in Thoressa to a room at j i Ciic
STORE ,.V 4 home of Mr*. Ruby Johns. I
4 I Mr. and Mrs. War
4 Jones recently sold her farm I( Miss Joyce Ward !I.-
J 15 ; cornea
Gauge 4
'irC Theressa to Mr. and Mrs. !' beer 4 !
4 Sullivan. I' a tenday'acat11'\!'
I No. I 4 4 I Cuba. Key We- .
Mr. and Mr. T. F.
ri '
,
4 up the West ( I i--
:4 Jacksonville I _.
spent Sunday '
4 Mr. and Mrs Waldo. !I" L-_ _":- : ..
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DRUG Only ( tile L. S. Hutto family and Mrs. Billie . home with them their j .
son. -
I: -
i I Anburndale. retiu1., : ; t.- .:.:... =____ : ._' .. .di.: :: \.j; -'
4, ,.c ki- who has spent the past I after :i'iSH > -- -- _; ;: :. ;.." ..d.-:: J:5: :;

.: .-t-eks with his
grandparentsMr i sifter, Mrs !i'l ()+Tola ( ream "'I vie t itn
4 and Mr- Thomas F. i l family at the St.r 'II

p. C .: -en, moved to Memphis !I I Colley Underhill. ::ii" R I N C E
.: Monday of last week where j returned "oni. gpnDIT N 33CP C
4 : i i make their home. While i
COMPLETE LINK I! ft' and son. Coiiey I I. '
: '.''' /i they visited relative in Va He I iv -' ALBERT
p.p. nl :X C and the CV )
: "
\ '-<1 a v !t'a\'I' !here) .\
C 'Mlanta Ga; -' _. .
FIRST AID H<- I is :stat oni i :. :: : -- -.: :- r -- : -' -
-tti' -.J.i-
: Kr.ends of(. \ir- L'1jt'1: \ ('" iriav DDE ',,76I'.t ) p -- : : :: ': : :: j

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ANDHOSPITAL P- .. -. :- :.:- -.-,,--:..- .. -" -." : ,! ---.--- < !*, '. '- ;.. '- -_ -- : -y kc:

C NEEDS N' .<.(

C .... ; \YESTERIvCHUCK

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t.p. ..

C ]Vc Fit Trusses and While :.c.- IROAST 55C1

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Abdominal Helta They Last: t. frnner.- ]Jilt k uas with (' : ;f LB.

: -t De trit on. (ia\ last \\ .ihrtl'l: S'nay'> I,

C .\ her. So;.> won the pot of $20:, t' Kan, has en! ." _. ,__, _
-
t p.t 4 4. .. .-ti hmp, : the largest: fish on :. : Air Force ll. -, : _' : : p .. :_: '_ : ...r :: : -u --"';' 7---: ':

E < hi.it f<-en! is In Jax -- -- _.
4 4 "::-bar.d. Denver. were deep weekend 'J -0"-' : ..: .:.. _. _ _" ,,_ ,.; __' :::,-_$. '- '

BRING YOUR FOOT TROUBLES TO US 4 4 -.h.r.g: at Mayport Ned Slade u are Si,\',I: -J-I--- an"n' .
: 1 ( .c.
[ <. Martha Yancey and younguns ,>ing all overVt. I

\Ire Carry A Line < '::atoning for two weeks 'n ;
of
Complete Dr.
SchoU'!
Silver Lake 83jGRITSPlus
I t spotted etc. wit!i, S PRY
49C
< -.ete and Buck Williams Slade and Jar.' It
: I Iw
(L' n the past weekend flew home Sur.d F
p.p 4 fr.endthey are M1 for the
barge Selection I cxty' Just KeceUe Large Selection! 4 thrill of a ,"
C t/ < up at Moody Air Force base hear the Broa ..:
41 Valdosta sure glad to Station
t. Shades 49c Table 41 4 Jt.hn Godwin back on the job opened Ct'c'. .- .. -- ... .
Lamp Lamps 1.98 4 last Monday ?-, .. -.. .. ,.... < .,-. .. -- --, _- _- .. ,-... '
-- ) -
41 Slade Gas after his:!' sick siege' (' looking station t. ", c. -- -- 0- "- '

C l"P IT 4 4 near Margaret Ross Duncan Dot Johns. Lucille \ r>
p a certificate for best all & (' and Eloise I' .

p.Vill Fit All Types of Lamps All Sizes and Shapes 4 4 camper<< in her cabin and Fourth over at J ,\ {-' "n ll ( UTO\{ c

p.p. 4 4 Rivers Stubbins won a was ;so badly sur.r Coca Cola 21

4 maid for allaround camper to go on sick i. t d Deposit
4
4 they were at Osceola Camp of days for .
C Louis Philippe Face Powder Assorted Shades 19c 4" w tk while the afraid she was p "; t 'k

0 : was hovenng around 90 on .
it.p. a lobster for herI. ,. ,
'i
It n .. ... .
: Fourth. Ducky Lmsir. was \ 20th '- .. -" .. -
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p.C hear th ,- ,, '-- ---. .
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4 .V ... .. 41' Jax Christmas shopping' -- c _
,j, t. .. .. and Brad Lock K (w'n .
.4.
think I could tht mood .
get; ir. :" -
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COT7NTT TELEGRAPH 8TARKX. FLORIDA
KIIUr. JPLY .f'
PAGE SIXDisputed 11. ::

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t August 16 to appeal to the supreme -i\at Crosby Lake on the fourth.I National Guard VYYYYYVVVYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyp I! Wuen cut before maturity and ADDRESSESOF Chester, Pa.

Moncrief court but the sale will Mr. and :Mrs. Barney Eggers and cured properly, excess grass Mrs George Vanchoff. <

probably be conducted on August children of Jacksonville were with Prepares For HEILBRONN makes good hay. INTERESTThe from Petersburg Va. t.
i :
4 as scheduled although the sale the party. I p Wise cattlemen will endeavor tc following addresses received Kling St. Akron Ohio.

Lot To Be Sold i I I of the property cannot be completed Late that afternoon the whole' Field TrainingStarke's By Marian NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I I: keep their pastures vegetative, i by t'ne Telegraph will be : Capt. F. M. Williams, I' ,
until date. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
after the appeal group including I of interest to friends: from Forest Park. P..o! '.: :
after hearing Cook Mr. and Mrs. Joel Jackson I : : nutritious and productive by '
.I The special master Mrs. Mae Dickens change from Training Sqdn Box 310, y
At Public Auction the case revised Hall's estimate and family of Starke. and Mr. and I National Guard unit Rev Lee brought an :interesting i ii I fertilization and by keeping them Sanford Fla to 126 York St Field. Valdosta Gs-

., of $9 a load for 347 loads Mrs. V. E. Thornton enjoyed the is now in the process of recruiting i message for the regular pastor. I grazed IIr mowed down. I

$8 a load. He decided that Mon ice cream upper at the home of new men in preparation for '. Rev. Watson who is away on a

A piece of property owned byJ. crief owed Hall $1502.00 with':Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. the Guard's field training at Fort I I trip to Nevada for a few weeks. I

H. Moncrief and his .wife will six cent interest from May 4, McClellan. Ala. from July 27 tcAugust i GENERATORS & STARTERS
per Mrs. Irene Boan of Heilbronn I '
tl? 10. )Ir, and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and
be auctioned off on e courthouse I
total bill to $1.782.16plus
1949. The
ran section spent last week with :Mrs. I and
4, subject to I The unit strength now stand daughters. Joyce Judy. werein
steps August costs and IDei '
court $
$192.27 H. M. McRae and Mrs. H. H.I Jacksonville '\,
a possible appeal to Florida's i i for the special master's fee. Lewis. Mrs. Lat ra :McRae of at 65 enlisted men one warrant I Sunday.Mr. I Repaired Rebuilt Exchanged

Supreme:: Court. L. Patten acted as officer and nine officers. The I and Mrs. James Gaskms of
George few
Waldo K spending a day
The property has 135 ft. frontage PC'I unit's authorized strength is 81 I Tampa were visiting their parents DEATN/
for the
cial master case.YTYYTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt
with the H. M. and M. J. :McRaes VOLTAGE KEGl'LATORS CHECKED
on Madison and Call Streets I enlisted men one warrant officer. 1! in this community over the vvpeklend. '7
The Starling families including
and lies on the east side of Mry- and ten officers. LIVESTOCKFOR
}Ir. and Mrs. Herman Thomas and I
tie.The Mr. and Mrs. RusseU Thomas and Company Commander Hugh B. I I Mr. and Mrs. James Lee came FREE REMOVAL OF DEAD AT
circuit court ruled that the LEVEL' Ingram Jr., hopes to get the I home from a week's honeymoon LIVESTOCK CAl
PINE family enjoyed a fish fry at Crosby!
property be sold at a special Lake Friday.Mr. company's enlisted men's strengthup I Sunday rrorning They will gl.i Phone Gainesville! 3330 ( olle('( STARKE GENERATOR

master's sale to partly reinbursea I to at least 70 before the unit i to where :Mr.: Lee is stationed in
Mrs. II. M. McKaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A.AAAAA. I and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez and
contractor Ben F. Hall for his By leaves for Fort McClellan. Puerto Rico in a few weeks FLORIDA RENDERERS\ Inc. I
sister Norma of Starke and Recent enlistments for the unit i AND
work in filling the property.Hall I Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman STARTER WORKS
mother of Tampa were evening
had filled the property on j include: Earl L. Hick. Hardy W.
Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular i dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs V. E. and : of Hampton were \'isitingreI. r- -I
an oral contract with Moncrief.Moncrief Taylor, Charhe Green,
at Pine Level of last ,atives in this community SundavMr Jinalnin St.
!
appointment E. Thornton Thursday Alvarez. ( Fornu'Hv Vnderxon's agreed Arthur B.
the price !
said FR1G1DAIRETHERE'S
.
I and Mrs. F. W. Johnson and
Baptist church last Sunday with:week. PHONE :22S! <\RKF. .
was $900, but Hall insisted I The local guard recently gota -- FI \.
upon family of Waldo Mr
were visiting
i
attendance. We were glad
a large Gordon
I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas hike when a bill was passed Ed Hunt
that no price was agreed upon pay H. D. hog'r
: and Mrs. Ancel Norman
Thursday
to have with us Mr. and Mrs. :
and that he was to charge a certain and daughter, Janea returned!i by Congress granting a four last week. JUST ONE
Jodie Evers of Plant City and lof
I after visiting relatives i to the
price per yard of ground af'home Sunday I per cent pay increase : Mrs. Angelia Funderberg of FRIGIDAIREMade . .
Mrs. G. A. Zeagler and son '- -- > .. .
-
at Tifton, Ga. units. --- '
work and all --- --
bill for the Guard reserve -
filled in. His .
.
Palatka and others. I I I Miami spent last week with the '-- > -- -- - ------,->- .--- -- -
came to $3200.Moncrief I Dinner guests of the H. M. :Mc Ingram urged local employer'to I Tullie Normans. She was teaching only by General
I ,
payed $1400, but he The Bradford County singing Raes Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. make plans so that the Guardsmen
: study course at Bavless Highway Motors Corp. All other
refused to pay Hall any more. convention met with Pine Level Robert Myrick and daughter could be released from their Baptist church. Electric Refrigerators

The court put a lien on the property church Sunday afternoon with' Kathy, and Robert's mother Mrs. work to attend camp. He said 1 Enjoying a fish fry on an all made by other companiesand are 100 DressesAND

for the balance due Hall good attendance inspite of the Sue Mynck, all of Lake Geneva that state law requires that all the Oklawaha Riverthe
day outing on
cannot the word
use
and directed Moncrief to pay be. rainy weather. and Mrs. Irene Boan of Heilbronn.Mrs. state, county and city employee fourth were Mr. and Mrs

fore June 25. Moncrief did not The McRae families including' A. F. Hall and children I II be given military leave with pay Leroy Norman and daughter, Frigidaire.

pay and unless he appeals his Mr. and Mrs. Raborn and daughter -I I were visiting her parents, the H.! for such duty and that most Linda of this community, }Ir.

Florida Court of Brooker the T. N. Normans '' firms follow the same SKIRTSCHILDREN'S
case to the Supreme M. McRaes Monday night. Her business and Mrs. Carl Ritch and !son' Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE ;

the property will be sold to the the Eldon Sapps of Heil- I son. Ralph spent several days in policy. I I Jerry: Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman ?

highest bidder on August 4. bronn Springs and Mrs. Laura Jacksonville because ?
: a hospital in Jr. of Starke. Mr. and Mrs

Moncrief actually has until McRae of Waldo enjoyed a picnic! 'of lock jaw caused by stepping on I I i Buck Dennison, and }Ir. and} THEN SEE C

nail. We wish Ralph a weekend I WOMEN'S
a rusty Mrs. Marklee Norman of Hampton
Mrs. Ed Pal rish has returned ,
--- I speedy recovery. : E. H. SMITHTenth
home after a visit in :Miami with
I Mrs. Hall and parents. Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman of GIRL'SMEN'S
.
Laura :McRae and Mrs. V. E. relatives.Mr.. and Mrs. Zack Dryden of I Bayless Highway attended church aad Temple Ave.

Thornton visited Mr. and Mrs M. here Sunday.Mr. .
Jacksonville visited Mr. Dryden'smother
J. :McRae Monday night.GRAHAM. I II II I and Mrs. B. J. Eggers; and Starke, Fla.
I last week. I IIr.
Jacksonville were
children of
I I ) and Mr L. E. Ratiff and I
CHARACTERand yyyyyyyyyyyyy.n..n.nt visiting relatives in this community -
son, Walter. J. L. Morgan, and I over the holidays. SPORT SHIRTS

well know standards of Service Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn and Mr: and Mrs. Harvey Edwards Let Us Thoroughly
daughters all enjoyed a fishing!
have been earned and and family of Jacksonville were
maintained by ; this weekend.Mr. i Wash Your Clothes .
trip past UJ"I1.n:
: I visiting! Mr. and :Mrs.: T. N Norman ( I
long years of faithful attention in ; By Mis Bonnie MeKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I II and Mrs. Berry Dyal hada I Sunday.Mrs. 9 Pounds UP

Serving economically in this vicinity. I birthday surprise! Sunday when I I A. F. Hall and children ofJacksonville
all of their children gathered for ') For 40c!
i iI were dinner guests'of :
i Bobbie Surrency of Tampa and I
dinner. Mr. and Mrs Carlton Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp Mon:
FREE Bleach If Desired! SATURDAYSATURDAY JULY 12
I son-in-law were here on business Waldo Mr. and Mrs. Clarence --

over the weekend.Mr. Melton Gainesville Mr and Mrs. I day.Mr. remple .Ave 8tuk1
JONESPhone and i
DeWITT C. and :Mrs. Eldon Sapp
and Mrs. Forest Reynolds Nate Dyal of Starke and Mr and N. Norman
7 Starke Ffcu I family. Mr. and Mrs. T. I II
of Jacksonville spent the fourth I! Mrs. Berry Dyal Jr. of Graham. and son of this community. (\ e -- JULY 19

with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Cpi. and Mrs. Otis McKinneyare I J.
B. Eggersand
__ and Mr. and Mrs. : j "'eWin
.III F. T. Abernathy. the proud parents of a baby I family of Jacksonville went

Funeral Director Ambulance Service Flake Watson is a patient ir I daughter, Joan Eloise, born July I',ion a punic the fourth at Samp- | Dry Your Clothes

the Lake City hospital. We wish 5 in the Alachua County hospital.
son's Lake. For 20c
Our local funeral home emablea nj to offer convenlencea and BirthdanniH'roary Roar Of
I him a speedy recovery.Duffie
I In New" Automat Orient
services not otherwise available.We .
Abernathy of Melbourne Mr. and Mrs John McKinney I

.# I I' I spent the weekend with his parents : celebrated their birthday July e RURAL
I O DUCKY'S4EEZE
I F. T. Abernathy with a birthday dinner. John war I

furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and I\ J. D. McKinne who is work- I born July 6 1SSS and is 64 year :
accept ANT life insurance policy in force issued by ANT COMMON SENSE
I ling in tobacco at Lake Butler old. Mis McKinney was born July Washeteria\

company as payment In part or in full on a funeral. I spent the weekend at home. 2 1902 and is 49 year old. Ran. JohnsonPAllMEKS list .\IJ ST \KKK.H ,\

Consultation carries no obligation. t 1 Mrs J. F Crenshaw and :Mr-: dolf McKinney two year old fly Spuds -- ._.. -- -
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!i Albert Sparks of Gainesville visited celebrated the combined birthdays i -:- -- -- :- -,- -- .. ....,- : : : ..::

Mrs. Irene Rattiff Thursday. Three cakes with candle : SlIOl'LI) KEEP

1 Mr. and Mrs Erne! Ortages were centered on the table. Those \ (RAGS IX KC.FTATIVE

'j(' visited Mrs. Kate Starling thi present for the occasion were Rev. I <<< OX1HTIOX. IX SIMMER '

and Mrs. Homer Swindall and son, I -- -
1 Florida farmers who would obtain
+ Anthony. Mr and Mrs. Culver. I maximum beef production / arE roO/ Pittilt

Rev. Sparks of Starke: Mr. and
I from their pasture dUTlngthl
Mrs Clvde Colson W. M. Edward I
summer rainy season must keep a
1 f *. Mr and Mrs. Albert New- J
mans and family all of Starke; '!I I sharp eye on their grass and t'ai : i 4' 9J-t .
'a '! lie and manage them arefull\ ,
,
t 1 r i Mr and )Ir.<. W. P. Bennet Mr ;
Grass grows rapidly toward maturity
r/ and Mrs.: Chester McKinney and I
t .t t
r I during the summer, and) +n
"on.11': and Mrs. Leonard McKinney i
loses nurtitive value as it flirt'ire
all of Gainesville; Mrs :
of Me l"ni
Dr. George K. Davis
(, Eunice Box and daughter and : ui
vr I II i versity of Florida goru'I,1 u, -i'Experiment ,
/ of Jacksonville
ACME Forest Reynolds
RECONDITIONED r son Stations hr-uight mi
7 !I I
1 [ Y3I I ; Mr. and Mrs. Carol
: : this!' fact not long ago rui >ugested '
Weathenngton of Tampa; Mrs. Lg
that farmers 111.lk.> _
FULL CASH PRICE I of y s
children
Burns and two .
DlSAST-E-R: CAM ST4licC\ Lilly I. effort to keep their pa: ,-tui\ etative < I
North Carolina and Cpl Otis McKinney I
So SUDDENLY
:, and productiveHe
of Ft. Benning. Ga. Many iI'i'e
told how some t
and useful !gifts were I
beautiful
i "TIIE! sun was shining only a" received by the honored guests.LAKEGENEVA. apparently were in abundant 'eri+

minutes ago now look! could do no more than nla'n'a' >

I their weight when t tJvv should
Most disasters! strike that way: mnnnm..r nr
have been making -tend't ) Lm.'
Morms fires-automobile I
accidents .
and he explained that I h.. 1'- -ir Bonus: a s
theft or loss of valuable ... Space i iI
PORTABLE ELECTRIC There's < suit of mature pra : li. MI >I"
property. one respect .
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out -- '
'ie pointed pn -
which : -
however in people -
are I I5y Blanche CunninghamUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI/ content of ,ih"I i:' i" w
SEWINGMACHINE more fortunate than they used to I protein
rent and a fiber content > m "i'
TUMS AKIANCtPWC be They can insure '
against more .
20 percent but their ]I'r\t '' 'n

; CARRY ot life's hazards-and at a lower :Mr and Mis Leonard Hamm tent drops to 4 or ;5 t"i .' M- I 1 1 /

MANY FAMOUS cost Your insurance program are the proud parents of a: son their fiber content r:-."- .

I MAKES OF NEW MACHINES should! undergo a periodic checkup Leonard Dave, born Saturday July I 30 percent nv the t'n': .> "i, Better living costs you less 1

to be certain that it is up to 3 in the Alae's la General Ho.>pi- I i ture in late June. Thus ']< '

date. This agency; is fully quaiI !- tal, Gainesville. i j grasses not only cont.i 1tein. I 1- -- '''

I hed to render advice but their dipestibihu > ,
expert concerning -
V Sutton's over
E.
NEW SPEED Guests of the ,
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;: their increased i.h! r
>our insurance problems. i duced by
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their son. Terry.
the fourth were
CONTROL Why not drop in today? We I making[ it necessary for rafle t
his wife and two children of Jacksonville and more of them to pt t
are always at your serv ice. I | eat more
FROM
NEW
-L. t MOTOR and son-m-law and daugh- i i enough nutrients to make gains or -- --

-;: 'd NEW CARRYING l ter Mr. and Mrs. Joe Francois and just maintain the weigh they

; CASE ;, two children of St. Petersburg. I have gained earlier.will help to keer

% H. C. %Wall AgencyConstant )[r. and Mrs. Arthur Wilds and ,grass: Fertilization in a growing vegetative con. w. 339.95

NEW SEWING Jacksonville spendinga l I ,
0 'on of are dition. Nitrogen is especially important ,

LIGHT : Service Over two weeks vacation at their for vigorous: vegetative t;.a

A 0 60 Years home here on the lake. growth Fertilization in spring fOr r
;, | RECONDITIONED not the only 1' 33.99 Down
BY ACME EXPERTS Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Harris of early !summer is t
f I i Please Phone UG measure necessary for keeping t
,
t WITH ACME PARTS Green Cove Springs were recent Dr.
HV-r grass productive however.

\Davis explained that the grass 1

;ci. T down or mowed. ...... for
5 YEAR (must be grazed Yes, better living
'- rotated from one ;
When cattle are

:; \cry Special pasture to another, they can be ; your family will actually cost

.
GIVEN!! SERVICE : 'C REAMIl.. for Summer! concentrated grass! and then to moved graze to down another the l l you less. Buy in quantity

., t- 'j !" .. and thus the grass will beprevented when foods are cheapest.
l\ A.
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t
... .. pasture
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BUTTONHOLERl .r..r : .
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GUARANTEEt ..,II_> .. ;.4; J\-..... .- ..C f from maturing and wilt!
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... "> ', ... ..... : : and
,_'.-..... .:..: ." .T. ':>J ---* V' *-. I. .....'. :: I condi Freeze garden fruits vega
.:;; : 'W' N in vegetative
WITH EACH MACHINE PURCHASED ..' \'- ""!I.,1. vV- "' V> be kept good

; .i:.= /"; ; ''-6-J :1.1' /1"z .. I tion. If pastures mature in spite etables. Bake two pies or cakes at
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t I I '. ... '''\('. : .-, of grrazmg-when grazing: is not Save time
HOMLDEMONJTRATION I i:. enough-it is mces-ar\ once, and freeze one. ,
.. ) heavy STORES 389 LBS OF FOOD. This, 11.
WITHIN J50 MILES i :1 C\\. .:;.fao" to mow to keep them vegetative ComeLongIestlng
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p }.{ ,r- have harvested hay cu.-ft.Hotpoint takes less floor space then ever. too, in fewer shopping trips.
kI Some cattlemen
.v 1 l and grass seed from mowed pastures sanitary porcelain-steel lining. in-see this new 1952 bonus space

1)\\6v TT and also have noted that Counterbalanced:kjng lid-lift-out baskets

VACUUM STORES ; I 1 H i j'i such pastures maintain more table-top height 5-year Protection Plan. Hotpoint r fIr:[tr today!

\ .1 unmowed ont:
\) livestock than
40S1'. Forsyth St.- Jacksonville, Fla. ;
11l !
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I I would like a free home Demonstration at no obligation ',) 'C"\ ,' i

to c '' : callers of the R. O. Mann's. I 1
me

I RECOND. SINGER @ $26.50 I 1C ::' diC flr1cst c-f E. O'Neil. B & 0 Ry. trainman ; ELECTRIC SERVICE
-:' WINKLER
A It/CtY ant ::i
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...a C1 f of Connellsville, Pa. who has spent I
Name in the round .. 1'CC } '
Comes
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I Address _______________________________________ dy-n ored carton 4 ti 'i I II
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will
the north. He go Phone 1&6BRADFORD
soon for I Ave. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. -
| City _______ State____________ I 222-224 Temple -
------------------ ; and plans'to '!
;s. for the summer
Canada
If R.F.D.dd.rn8 Pkaae Send Specific Direction BT-1 ...-c....., I
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I J, return here next fall. ,:
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BRADFORD? COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKZ, FLORIDA
JULY 11, 1952: PAGE SEVENBaptist

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i State Commission Recent BirthMr Addresses Of IntercutB

, tinn 3 33nr Reminds Anglers I
$ a and Mrs. Thomas Cnffiu of B Dye ehan .
ti
vast About New Licences Jai ksonville announce the birth of Lauderdal' .- .- I. t.:
BY CLINT BONNpR a daughter Janice Marian, on Sta rli.'

.\ Mu-morandum; calling fur rig. July 1 in St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Emma i;... thu..;.
id, enforcement of fisting license MM. Ritch is the former Marian Florida Southern ColI"e :

.. ..., has been from Brown. of .
I regulations issued daughter Mr. and Mrs.H land to Lan tey.
---- the Tallahassee office of Ben L. C Brown and Dr Ritrh lth<'
J E Denmark rh II' '' 1110
::
Amazing Grace :McLauchlin director of the Game of :Mrs ,
II son Carrie Hit I' } Atl.uv.i tl SUrkoALVAREZ'
i and Fresh Water Fish Commisi ,

The I ,:I'sion..

Starke Tbt captain of a slave ship readi. a book r i McLauchlin said that all Wild 'Ien's Clothg----'

all to I ; Wd .p at soitkaaroa. n. Bruit k. kad reed I book taW *Wu services { the fugplMJc, p.tad tad Tkto MOM norm a vitioiu Mora last bru5cd
t morning at I Tb.. It diiipptutd ., the tn. for day, to ,cad '-iIII a. the botto sin. W\.. tL. norm the State's fresh waters for tae .
Rev. ca.....d k. f,U to tUakiaj tkiakiag about Christ who new angling permit which be- -
will be ...a. bftly 1) cart .U lout l. Tkomti Ktmfii had written about in hit book, came effective July 1. -- -
I'* !kit piomi mother ltd died Not aa Eaglljkmaa la Hit Mi..itr'i Empire would Commission regulations state D
The I tiled with kU Ht-upttia fa. ktTi drtamtd that o.pt. John Newton would ktrt qmittk. B ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER A"D
that all between the
Mrs. Mona tk. British Nary, special |:, i: whipped! ia (.bYq. D Atit, kt .:ic.>. Ctpt. JollA Ntwtoo. But whta Lt pond for t of 15 and 65 must have a licenseto
Sunday !i all aft a JtT. aklp H. 1 tan look tt kit ihip, tktt't tztctlj whit the ktrd-boiUi fish in the fresh waters with ,- _._. .-" \ operate local
:, bit u knew tk e tea and It skipper kid in II IId. one exception a license is nut -- .t long distanceI.
Happy :: walking tit kridg at malter After U Tan el elf tducttioa, Joha Ntwtoa WMefdtlatd fish with '
of to
anglers
pastor will '' whip ia eat kaad tad Jna ia tad gins a UttU church at tkt tow. of CH..r.B required ""S .B.ALVAREZ C-SON "* an1'\hero In I. s
The ht liner |tTt .p kit Mt sub. In tht tuaMt of lift, one. two or three cane poles int'.ie .. 5Tuntf.fL& f
pie will drvak tktt itj la 1741 ....Ia.a at patter of oat of Loodon'i grtatMt c ureJ..., lu .ppMftd county of their legal iv-i n. 4 .....MOVING v EXCELLENT: ::
/tMwu f
i ,llak. H. wii tick lick Ia tko pulpit drtMd lik. a .dor-wit t nile dence. :!'I1J )
.he ; &ora1l,. MM of all !kt wu la !;. kaad sad a Bibl. ia tkt other. But it wag wkiltHrriag The director said that there area yrOR.lt:
:ant ; ; _. Oa a long !TyT'tl ter to kit little thnrck at OIA'! r thtt ht wrote record number of outlets thisI :liIJ'i
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Sunday F \(1 LIT u;>

with Mr. I: '.w .twitb., 10..1, rJre' "'y tifirt, gilt tJ ....,,. I year for sportsmen to purc'.ia.-: ,
tendent. I wrtttk' tikt war I tin already etmi; fishing licenses. These permit
Unions : : i but mow rm /*r.J. Tit frtet A,"4 kro't m* '-"fi tars fir, are on sale at the office of every

J. T. I sow I u.. AN frttl icW lad mi ho_. county judge, and at a large num Agents: For See us flr8t.DELCHER .'

I her of service stations, fishing
unions. Ituttt my litrt tt fur, Wbn evt'vi beta torn It* tbeuit ytirt .
: and spotting goodmd
fears nlititJ/ Bright ibining n fbI 111I, camps BUDS.'r i v ru.in Kidy
lay at 8 I! that grttt ,ffs.j W"w *o fell days ta ring Gus Poi.. hardv.iit- >: 1 t'> tin! 'uh 'nt :n-

by the { : : bdititi.. r -- Thru vbc* u* first b'rn. SLit -
,.tts t7'..,.. -
hour of '" .. .. __ p r. r IitJJ r..- *''< -"'-- -.--- ---- ------ 'I

of Make Starke. !\I

whIle at



The \ i; tth, lL fteOt l ttfL"REDDYMADE"


Srerke ?tetLM 'ndeat !rmin ha Ala,


v attend irship

Church : : Church of Christ vaccinated against Bang' disease
: and need not be tested every year : WEATHER !
every i Corner 10th and\ McMahon ;
at V an' I Anyone having cows to be test
class for I rusty i Bible School -10 A. M. ed or calves to be vaccinated are
Rev. 1 I! Preaching- A. M and 7:30: to leave
I I padlock ; urged their name and
preach at i I I I : i ?" P. M. 'I number of cattle at County

! !service' I II I [ Chni >-j! Prayer Meeting and Bible Study i Agent T. K. Mcf'lane's office OdL

"We II I i that a. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. I prior to Friday. July 11. The pIR tz 0 E tS 1pE

ence." I 1 be held ( Everyone welcome. I county agent's office is now located EA ES 1t E RE Q Oti E N t0 RE t'i NO 0 St'S .
The
d d
: Sunday t
in the
County Agricultural
gins at :( ,, : I Veterinary Tests I ICounty's Building (old jail building) behind 0 u

Song : that ai the courthouse. 0
0
Cattle 0 tJ
preach I 1 het j vJ
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live in ( {I!, I for this I For Bangs DiseaseDr. ('.\lm (}THANKS J
will i
, The
I ,.; at the \V. D Brainard. veterinarian We wish to thank many 1

and Bible : I' I II' with the United States De I friend*: for their thoughtfulness

n-sday : I'' to partment of Agriculture, will be anJ kindness during the sicknes "

centered I the serve in Bradford County testing cattle
and death of our loved one, and
' letters: of bring- for Bangs disease during the II I
for the beautiful flowers. Your
the '
week of July 14th. 1 t
the mewl This disease:, causes contagious I many deeds of kindness will never 1 tt lt1t

I I abortion in cattle lId unduleat: j I be elll g"Uen. and may God bk--f RK. p .
I
,: service. fever in humans and can be each and r\," \ onof \ou :Mil! s I I.l
'I of the transmitted through the milk e
I laid V u in s and ,rhiidreuATTENTION!
has ever For this reason all milk cow '
r. Ctunty,1 2nd operate it for i nakcl or less an hour.*
I should be t tested every year and .
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farmers are urged to take advantage / -- Fin, ,rhci 'ou'Ilta amazed how "
more, ) at (cheap
I with of this testing service
i Morning you cm opcrutc added appliances: &.. .. I
.... MS&w which is rendered without cost. i _. _. --._ :"". !,:,,- --
: : I : Morning Supper ) Adult cows of any age and' YOU CAN ADD 4:.*> FOR ASOUf'1NIfr
I 1 AMOUNT A MONTH
:..
( : calves over six months may be'j jlested. If You Have
TELEVISION . . J .75 lo 1 SO
I with' In addition, calves from' DISHWASHING to .50 t,

: 7. Evan four to eight months old may be PINE OR CYPRESS FOOD MIXING .o5 eo .10

:J Tell -..... JUICE EXTRACTING .J? ? -9?
| : not have .1 TIMBER TO SELL GARBAGE DISPOSAL -. : 'T'" 02 to .05
: : AUTOMATIC IRONING 25 to 65
great Large or Small Tracts 7 Mdo IIn down 'h. I.sr.
: :; I PHONE 218 .. :t
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Minister i I .We{ Buy All ItIIklt = -=
j VISIT ,I COLONIALFLORIST II: 110 -= .--

: ; I I I II I PAY TOP PRICES folk m FloriJi uir more Q. :: := :;:
K('H .
electricity thin people most ..
9 anyhere eke its modern .:' : ?e
eve I, ...it't efficient. it', ihctp ,
a 'Cl
service I .Write or Call a% II git extra I leisure 'tor
fIA
Visitors FLOWERSFOR
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riter
? your ,
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Minister LUMBER CO. {t1:I FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I t COMPANY: ,


) PHONE 211-J (J3),1 -,..., u ... ..uw...., ,_. d':1L
: !I Ci I STARKE P. 0. Box,: FLA.733 ; :.: f ... u... .... /.. ,.., ..., -


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DISH GARDSN3
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at a y.

Shepherd, POTTERY -

I:i I POTTED PLANTS -


Bro." |!I : Street. FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE If you want biggepayioadsbUwant. '-a Dodge



> I Sunday'' Nona St Starke -

: Serv !,' For
bigger payloads, choose a Dodge "Job Anted 4ruck
invitation I a z r -/through 4-lon. '

I I t ,
I 'I f r vfs. I ; Job-Rat.J" engineering makes it poitible for you

I : : M to haul more with the right Dodge truck for your
; t Y needs.
I POLC'\ t sir: <
: t You howl mar toaomically, too, because of such
bat*'
I w. D.odge advantages as lightweight aluminum-aHoy
, !' .m. e, pistons' and others. "* "*"
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I Wednesday I For smoothes power, extra load protection gyro)
\, ( Fluid Drive is '
available
I I :relay" nigh' ----- on V4-, %-, 1-lon and
: Route-Van model
I! I
: sU Come in for a d.mcmstrotion-and an extra goad

I I ; Dies / J= ;Z. deal!

: ;
: Home
i Better weight diitribution. Dodge abort wbP.-H i
: allows mt>rr weight to be carried on the front ixU-
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1 lUM-.uwt.' the engine is located farther forward andy .
.. ." ,:"..... + front axle w moved hack you can haul bigger I "t cid
I : her. 63.daugh died.! t.. -_.. -"'- :.: ..a: f' wtthuutuverhadsng.


I at Samp- "We solved our hauling problems The right l od- arrying gniti. Frame, noise, and utter. >r
t after ,uniu that carry the load are "Job-Hatfd" 1>....11(1'W.lth

: : Dodge 'Job-Rated' trucks" !Each: is! engineered to provide strength and <-,11..11 I it-! :
native of In '-, ntitd U support YOur our load. All are "Job./ ,j/'l
'I had lived of '" 10" ti> work together!
case business calk for trucks that ran haul big loads BERNARD J.
wa! th.r .
Zeke and day in and day out -and we like our trucks to last, Many"+ The right I load-moving unit;. You get an engim'hi'.. '-i

1 ; Accident Your 1()C)' That's why we prefer Dodge truck that are Deaaman' .JnhHatirl"with plenty of power to pull higher/ !! rel.JobRated' l.H' <
I low [In fait, all \ ,
\
'list
1 husband : to fi tOurpartlL'U l.1 r hauling job.1 Lvmbtr firri ( nntmoving i.nit.- -OJ M tri
I lest friend lock liland >4/rC/ :> i'iit' < h iranHmwsion r.-.ir ax.- are .I1/I1I".j/ .1nifv. 'n
[ ; daughter is
: ; Curtis. an ''We recently put in service two Dodge '.Job-Rat.-d' Rock I tlona li i i .i- i bugger? !loads

I '. Jack 1'' !-Inn models and they sure haul big loads th

I ; Parri>h.i Accident Policy way we want them to! For instance the J",()-m,II'r h ..>ee; u: fotfoy for fhe fetf buy inJ /oWCOcfion pJftJlton. .

,I i ; 1ers W wheelbd> modeli allow for a 14-foot body, which w

; and three ideal for our business. And D Charley E. Johns ,
j vantages enable D DD 6E'TRU
m lI maneuver the trucks; If: the. [K5
held in
I Church of 1 Agency same space: sa dome other trucks with I 12: foot !"x1Ie. "

t'buu@ IS
a mem- ST.VRKC, FLX
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r Swine
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Santa Fe i ... (. P. Roberts MotorsTemple
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DeWitt I .... ......
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4 I was ir. .ptW."tint THE TRAVELERS. H.rtfarS : Phone 69r
_'charge of the arrangements. I' II Ave STARKE, FLA.
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARX
FLORID.\

Thomas fe?!,t.d bx" x"on -.- --. =- FlU!) ti'. JIL11
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Law Employed Persons : ...f..ndt I. i9FIRE !
I State Cigarette I ; :
This 'n.t"u"
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le p'ihl-h.! I :: > .1- 2;. pnge 372: of
once .itl'h N': 71 >-: r>.p I urui.( IIi..I; .
Died \\rt-k fr : ;: .-;
Here : far: r.nlirp 'I"d"
< n f
Draw ''I" i. > Rradford Count I
Federal Of I'1
May tue x\crek I'minrnl: Domain i
Enforcement UrgedStarke's I'TlPrCf'lj2.i .
i Telegraph II the Hldilf.ra "Cuunf.' >'ltlject To M"- -. II h' '

Thomas \V. I : Retirement Pensions I ';tTed this :'nh daxof In the I na"-ie in.1\ \ by r\u authority I':::. c I. 'I --I j' d MI.. 1 J", _
Overstreet .Tulx1S32 r .
reemphasized OFFICIAL "''f tht State ,.f "-.irida'! ,1..1.r :M 'I' : 1.-:
ministers! (
: SEAL) A. J. Thoma*. ';" .. ,
ident of pul.li. '
Starke. died TO Ata WHOM h I- 1 : SALE
IT MAT
I i 'leik of the 'IN: ,
citvand < -
their support of the It ,. not beholh 'inim Court "EHX.011 !'.. ounix. 1'1"1.1..
to all
i nereai \ lx Marian
I. and
a local hospital "r"l-loy.| persons parties -
following a enforcement officials Deputy Clrrk having 1'tr..1 :\;.. 'e., I I.i' i : .
law
or
county i laiming any .
illness Tuesday afternoon. or permanently "retired" to get ; /I1H S 'I title. interest. r-tate. rmht.j,ra ti.'n 21 ">:!. I' -zr.: \

born in Lowndes County. in enforcing the state law I retirement payments under the :% OTlCf-TO .\PPr. \ It I I other lien to or. ">n. those mor'giKe i..1'1.1.111 oar or. 'Ii: A !91That

the sale of cigarette In Cirruit ("burl. I I eels of land hereinafter described part o' and
His prohibiting old-age: and survivors insurance HradforU Couatr,1Florlilni A IJar".f\ i ,
parents were the late In (-hnnf'f'r,. and the r..II"wlno; perwuitogether .r f I rand TABLES

M. and Lucinda Davis I to minors. ,I system. according to Ted C. Van James Coil I it Sniallex.. Plaintiff :: with all unknown persons claiming I' Wes.n,, fli..I'I, i i 1.. -.J., MIRRORS
heard report on \ !>y, through under 'Vet n thi'.1' -
The ministers a Anna .Mai ie Mnallex. Defendant. or known persons .
Antwerp manager of the Gainesville ] !17 7 .
Mr Overstreet was a who are dead who i l.-C; OM th \\ -' nd ,11.1 >
or are n.
at Cast *
law No. 9260
of the Baptist Church. He I local enforcement of this Social Security Office. The Notice Topp..nr.. | known to be dead or alive > 1'.1 on th.i Ili-t. rol, i I..tin.l- "!
meeting of the Starke To Anna :Mail., E. J Dowling. Starke. Florida I the North I I".t\ :<" t Below Manufacturers
retired railroad man having .I the regular held July number of people coming into hi residen< e aid, addr.Sinallex..,." tio7 hose Al i I ('I....".. M Dowlmg. Starke. Florida "'1 th.- We
most of his life in railroad Ministerial Association office confused on this point: bert Axenue :\ Ta.'u"t': w York. I) ('anton Livestock Exchange i' .. i> :O'I''n' :21! .in tip lla't 1 11\
Methodist church. You H. Carlton 3943 oak I liris'" an StU'et Hid i "/1 l til:,
I I 2 at First are hereby notified that Street. Ji.ksonville. -
him to make this ex- a. .. LAMP AND
Surviving are one prompted suit for Florida. E. W. Wet-'..r. > 'i'h bx lao I 1111I: s \,1.111'/1' Mt'ie } : END
that MayorJ
I The report noted I T"iwn ..t Stark..
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Lois Long. of Jacksonville planation. Dixon e, usiody and i rmtrul of whor..l'id..n. -. is unknown. 5J ; 1-1",1 I ,
; R. Wainwright had distributed I iIIIlllthildteii I Chism. Starke, Florida: Kath.-... n.- .tnd t-ing in tlie' sw .fW: i \
sons. Morns S. of Sarasota. law to the "Actually. Mr. Van Antwerp has been filed against: you In the :I Chism Stark., Florida : Partner & ..f 'tp.-t ion :iH. Towiislni; '-> S.iu'ii ENDTABLES
copies of the cigarette "the social security above named Court Merchant* Punk. Uonticello! Ka-'Ki: -":! F.all. S.C.75 I
Thomas R. in the U. S. I pointed out. new and cause and "I Flori !
city's stores and filling station? for I YOU are required to serve a copy of da.: JJ (low ling, Jr., Starke Florida 11I'T',: : "mllt"II. n "'.',1
Billy S. of Starke D. Reddish law makes it possible your answer or pleading to the : Dorothy B Dowling. Stark.Florida. .-. I ii.- ..f Christian sti'it I xxlui. U

Jacksonville and Horace and that Sheriff P. I insured people 65: and over to collect -. complaint on the Plaintiff's I It I'. Longshorwh ,I' int. -eds the South 1 inc' of :
to thecounty's resident P"art; rreet: inn \\"."-I alonirid $6.25
had distributed copies Attornex T Frank bandrum IS Beltun. South .'1'.1111:1
street who is in the U. station I retirement benefits whilestill Starke, Florida Seition
Force overseas: two I stores and filling I earning up to $30 per month I and file the original in the office of I j Rradford ,County. tin n; (.,.t. ,for point ..f bre inning.: : IO\U; : KIH.K; :
The Ministerial Association called the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I 1..tr..I-O.. "<>. lateral 1'11 h Left m o-itiniie West alonesnl
Frank of Jacksonville and of th citizens -1 on covered jobs. The old limit or before the I Station 21 ;.J :;.i 'Part j o 1:1i N" Smith line ,.f I'lif t 1'.1 : PLATE MIRRORS
for the cooperation llth !H 0. :Xo 'I :V, t'.r. thence South, 1 l'x":! :
bert Overstreet of Valdosta I of $11. 9 was changed on last: day of August. 1952.; I 91. !ii:!. : f.tti COCKTAIL
Starke and Bradford : otherwise th. That part ..r Ih.' :ipproximate I .'rll..d I lineo' '
of I' allegations of said IK: v :.W{
Funeral services were 19.12)I enfoice September 1. The $oO limit doe Complaint will be tak-n as confessed Block :3. r'a, ling .iii".I "vi..t'n |.ir.. '.s, in dlti h th> n, in .in ,
the law .
at the DeWitt C. Jones : County to help not apjHy to people age 75 or. by you. I cording t" plat ret.orded in P: i\ dire, tion i.l'--r -:1,1
official with this and other I This notice shall) be published Plat Book N,. 2. Page I 14. Publt. apur'i\'mate I .center! M., ..r \Ir''Sot "-. 57.50
ment "
Thursday afternoon at 2 I over. : once each week for fnur consecutive records of Bradford ,'"unt,.. d ,it. h "5 57 -. feet "li.-, :Xn'ih I $6,50 j

terment followed in the laws relating to minors. "The law is simply that a per- weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Florida being a portion of SW', -' "! ti-et to point .if 1.. .:illn"11." :
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graph. of XXVi, of Section 2". Township :i-id !Ix me in Cit\ .f sink: *..
plot in Bethel Cemetery son between 65 and 75: years of r Dated tin- Kith I da.x' of July. 1952.! 6 South tUnge' :22! !Kast. ...x.llt Florid: in SW" ... \\Vi ..f ,
Patients Enter (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .... that Si..t, I.." '"" T." "-10'1'| .. S":nh \
lahan Fire age cannot collect benefits for any part ot the \\ -al ;'i.'I I ., *
Clerk of the Circuit Court feet of sgid Mini.k :1:. described 1 ltIO.; 2 "I'ati 1 ONE WEEK ONLY

Clinic During' Week month in which he earns more I Ux Al.iii.in I L 'io-ln. I Deputy Clerk : I i.. I eed. |:.iok 4'1:. page I".; ,," i nil w itbii 7. t'.1.t :\,1",1\! 1
I.
than $50 from work covered by, ; 1 II 4t 'II l Iri'll; xxilhin, :::! feet Southeasterly | .4"ti.t \\ I' 'h I!1 : I I s "111 i h.-i--; I I'
Recent Births i if the following de-i.ril.ed dith -- ,>f I' th-, 'llo\x tug .1, -, Id "! .

patients were admitted to social security. No amount of :01ICIJ: 10 AIMMMH xe>. line Beginning mi the \\.iir'I..,.? ntiiliin I', ISeitiiii ii j ii 'Ii'! \\ _
Five In Cirruit i Court. line.. i'in't t hristi < '
llrnilfun "ou of I:in 'r. '
(7 Christian i
n S-trett .1 p'' nM
Mr and Mrs. R. H. the Doctor's Clinic Hospital last: earnings or income from other '! I'lurlil.-il In Clinnrerr.'Walter :301: .ti2 feet North of the at Southeast a pointi i .fl. l r..' f.. XiT'll .f l I. -i-i'' 'I' Bradford

brook announce the birth week. They were \\'. O Collins. sources will affect his right tc A I Dukens" Ji' Plaintiff turner of said II"l'k t. I howling1. (...,'y r.r. -i ,;:",1 I Plo: k I 1' ,* 'I Furniture Corp.
I i ixs I'al nt-tIia- :M Dii. kenDefend- 4 iii..Iivi-i..n, t theme ; ,li ihdixi! I !">Ii. I th..i>, i. -i "- .,, 1.1
*
7E : ii 74 ..
Robert Steven at Cone Lsf>lie Thoma*. benefitsInsured people age ant inn oUt : 4'i ; -. ,
son, Mrs. Matilda I 'a'0.,. 9259oilrr ; ;24'3V:: West44! 71;; f'et to i Ii.- Ku-t 1't 41 ; !tli." I I'
5. Morris Carter or over can collect even though To .\pprnr. line ..f Orange Strei )1'1,lie ..f i it :tOre :st. i i ,,
Clime on July and at .,
Hildebran. .t I"inl" .
Gary T.' Kai .. -ttn. M I. I DH ken, xxhoseresulen 1*s 04 feet X..rth..t' "!' ; "I f... r :\", tli ..I S.- >\ MarktI I Fl la.Ft .
Starke. working full time on jobs covered I .. and addiess Sutilhu.' miler -- ,,. r .f d I* ,,. ...
I all of i- I i.5:;; Moore of aid 1:1.1- :I. I hokxlinu Sub- i I k 1 H I IIg:

by social security. or for that t SII..I.allr"l': :Xmth Camlma. dixisioii : t".oiitainin: '! .LI- inn.or .. ... t|,xi-! ..II ,,']1'\111' 4 t tI I .'
W. C.T.U.Tlll I You are hereby notified that a.. lessIs r I- "\,1, P.r: I I I' I lt, .
matter any job. sun f.rDIXOI.I ,. ,11.I ..
NCTlE I d i "f I i""1',01\I I r: i i' -
n.d i lx: \ '' :
I i-: .1'
: rnisi: or KVKKV: : t tI I tare of i 1''ll1.! n- in.I Jii.i.| To : A.. ; : & :;;j. ; :i ;. '
Books of the "Anot'r.er point we'd like to get avidnsti'dy I xxife. i I-one .M I (1.\\ II/I;'::. M'"i. iC t i-; I Ii :;; :::, : ir .
AM KVKKV: : CLI.Mi:, : I The Registration I I minor i' "let 1"11 Subjei To JII'hIII"nl f i: c I 'iv-li.' ,1 1i I"
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: in
City of Starke will open for reg I across, Mr. Van Antwerp continued has be* n filed against you in the 1:. II. Cailton. iloinn ) 1'ix-orof ". '...1 i "t1 M, Mori ir. i.- I I'n : i ,-
I.KADS: TO WANT. .. I lui-in.-s' .
a-
alioX'n.. ,
of electors from Friday. I "is that anyone now agei65 Court and cause and I '"rlt'." l.ixestoik i K\: IIIIIK*' du- i :. .J M I piil.N > i ..1 I II Ir III I'lib.:
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W.XUn'TS: TO ( istration you are re'iuired to serve a copy of I .-d :S: : .:x rt-i orded F.HIt .1 l t'y. Fl. of.I
is insured I u in i \? i !udi-
11. 19:>2. through Saturday i or ov,'r very likely your .tU-\\t'r..r pleading to the Illellt ''I.k.-l "., \ >i I Ii t I i- .1 1 '.u 'i f \ i .
July
ItLKIIITS KVKKV: ; : I paKe I :!'. pub I 1C r'.1 .
19)2.; inclusive. at the :1 if ht ha< worked as much asa i'omj'lunt. on the Plaintiff'sitoi ,.I'I- of Iti.idtord: C.'initv. i-'i! .nl.t j I. .P. 'I.t., I .1 I t.. ,ll'l" I .
9. '
HOUXTKOl'S! XATlUi: : C : August 1 I \ nty T. Fiank Landruni. ] Siilijei To 'III'I 'II.I\I \ ',
and a half at antime back St.irk.1 I- Jtldgnii I In, F:'' \.r i I .
I Hall. year Il"nla. i I ..f i K: U .It II' 11'. BEST
[ .at: : ,
...1IXI.xns. :MAX City mil file, tlie \\e-ter Uat- d j s. I P! :01! i DEAL
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original! in th" offire of i itlie i iI I. '
Johns 1937. social securityin 1',1.,1 I .I \
Carl on in Cin'
to January ,
.\ SL.\ : cieik uit I'1,1'' t ." i,
HIM ISl'T of ,.
U\: ns: | the Ciiiuit Court on I H".k i I II I \ I I" 1 'II ', '
: patfe 1 I. of the
covered or iof.r. the piililii u- I .
t
Fl.onm.0011; l NFAIlUI R'gistratiolOfficer jobs milof I'.i. | I 1' '.II \ I ', _,
( I llth rt.n nf .\utfu-t; t"otherwise ".'-': I; 1'.11. :idfi.nl Coiuitx% I irid .. It I) t I t" ,".' ,I ,.
) t : I :\o :'M l.iter.ll, I'I' II t.l ::
) 21-7-11 tli. alligation- of said : I l.i I i' ,. ,
4: st.nion' : :,. :1! .' :::::, sii: :N.. :.M I I "IN
Complaint ,
Legion Auxiliary t will i be tal.11 a- ionfessx i o 'C. r. "-'I' ,., "
ed by you.This 't. '
That T \ I 'i i 'l'hl 1' "t tI I
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; put I t It h', follow "
notice shall if 01.- ..
be published T I I ii.-" I. .
"il. d
:< Meets TzlesdaJ'iui1zt! once each week for four n ecntive lands I,.".', v '. d I .
in-
weeks in the Pradford Tele < i.lllllli'I I. "Ii. !'lie \\.r line, "i! .. v l'
ON INCREASE County !II'" i 'Illl.i 'II I.I I, I
K
POLIO Chlistiaii: Stn.-l; "
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graph.
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i Th Ani-'iican Legion Auxiliary: Dated this !"th' ilax of .'July ]1'2. ,' sei'Is the South line ..' "' in,,11 i, ".1 I iijs. lor I'. !r:. Cars &
i in the : "I. ill-,1 l I I. .1! i Trucks
Service
Public lealt h polio Mint .
According/ to the L S. i I will meet Tuesday evening Jul V (OFFK'IAI. SKAL) A J Thomas. South) hut i u'i West al .nu -aid 5" ,.-r .1 i rth in I i' !I' "',
the ..t feueeks. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pratt :-'I':' .-, 141':! : ,
I'nitrtl States hat Wen !Increasing during pu .1 I M-I < .
115: at S p m at the Legion Home.liela | !\ :M.ill, .in I I. "I.-I.| \ D-piitx Clerk' feet fol point of InKtnlltn;: iii!'., .1 lit, ) h. s a-.111,1.I i:: I I.II! M
M I
I 'I'
latest figures ..huw 122 'a..s fur week ending 711 4t S I theme continue \\e-t aloni ,
\\ I I said ; |II.<'"lion? .1 T St.it.' I "I I \ :: ".

May 17th 115: fur seek ending May 21th.Krgardltss I Sigma Phi: iir.roiiT.. 0!'_('O'liIIl1'IO'tiP' r..t.the South thence line South of 1S.Print:' feet St "to.:; on"i I""If..1..r III.Jlldt" '('ii'tt'" :. .. -1ie I ,-t. ,'i'_t .11"I .

Kl.Oltlllt II"'r: s-r.t itii" approximate center line "I'I',01111 I in Ihe i Ciul:: i Hi I In., .
Meets t t
of the fail that Starke and \icinit) has been i Monday Evening OF ri.oitinv" \lIlil: IN TIII: TITIJ: OF .present'rlt-' direction ditch: thence in .1-1 ea-t- i u it if FI".I'II! i w "I I "I .In."i i.!.I '.1|11' .. .\ KAM\ \ I "HI.1 ;
AT mi: CI.OM' along said
:
netrknow 01"1 appruxnt, Jill. A.!). I'C.J: :: :!, a'! ". I I".
disease \k
,
ha\e this soil I imate lie
escaped<<
fortunate enough to ; itt 'lI-: II\ JIM: ::ii. inr.i: Centerline of present I
i The Beta S'gma: Phi Aepi feoft" '' (
'' '' Nrtrth'- .
when it will strike at home. ol 'hlimV'15 \I.| c .. .
I l.'s! h"- "ICoi. -- -
Cash !balinrpe with other : :: feet to I- S-
![I will n;eet Monday. evening at the banks including reserxebalances and l lying in point City' .f of beginning Stark i tx ,. I Hmis :i i t m i'i'|| ., SEE

To $10,000.00 I home of Mis S G Denmark at and "a..h items "Florida. In SAX'1; I of :XW" 'It:.. .n-ider -1 il i.', In I t itioii' ..t 1 i i
Polio Policies Pay Up ot i Ti king .
,, Se, : nppoiiil .i 'iu| i I'I
8 o'clock Mrs.V. J. Studstillwill in pi 01 e-s ( ,11",1 I i"l1 "i.'i .T" s'l IPnited I tion 2"i. Township 6 South '! ., -
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ml akei: h ord.' .
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n t
FOR EACH MEMBER OF FAMILY: AFFLICTED be iho4ess.4lIasos Ptate*", Ooxernmentobligation direct and l lYIng Range within::2 7 Kast.feet ''pr oper P"- | DOWLING MOTOR

Xorthxxvsterlx of r All ., .. SALES INC.
p i' tli't th .
guaranteed 1 t.Ill.6.OObliJ'alinn. I I I !I and :;:; feet Southeasterly ..I' ",01 ill I
the
fol- ,
For Detailed Information Call <>f itatss and loxxmif i .1"'rih..1 ditch I na rtia Illteri-t.'d !'i I n i.p| ":ii' amiheard ,
Hold Meeting piilitleal snldixiso-is, IS162S58 rvginmng .n I the West cenierll'ie.line : [; I ke at th>- tir'i.'I, | |:i. .. ,I. I

I i Loans and discounts in- Cbri-tian of IR na tPd. Thone :300
& Insurance Agency I I i hiding $::7.3: ;;;: oxer fret North Street of the at a point, ::.tilhii 1 'I It IK flirth-i. .ird'i.d' I 'hat: I till.Iit.p -
Conner Gay Southeast :V ... ,. .
A regular communication of the ;I drafts ) :0.bl: 1.35; I of said Klock ::. Powling 1'11"1'I I < publish .1 .II.l d b, x I I.
Subilixi-fo, I r 'I.. next f"in '' TI- u' l.' .1. :2i:::! 1'tmplei'.
Pink u .
\\,11..01 !. t'
|pr'ni--s $' moii,
Bradford then.run Starke I'la
Phone 283: Lodge No 35 F. & A.M. South 7." 2l"or- .
,
Starke '
N. Court St. I 'n "1"11' I lu'x '
116 '2i; "i7. fiirnitnre and fi\- West .:U ;;:; fe.-t in J I I I 1' ;III |Iiiil.
t to the .
Kast ,
will be held Monday July 14. at .'- $s.6H:: 71 161.8; Orange In. r .I 1 i '" .'. \ T.-z |,01.) ., dilU
., fr..Iit a point 1 %; .11 f-K ,"l i'' t '. .it \\ I'I' .
R Illlel M, .-r. :!6.i 6.69 North .p.T imlil -
I of
The .
m _
entered Southwest .
p apprentice .rn. i i "I l,. I .1' 01 I I f.. 01|
I Block ?, I howling Subdixtaining ,', \\ I I.' \t I .. Lowest Financt Hate
will
degree be conferred. T T\I. .\--I'T: : :, !.:.:\\1.:165.9 01 ai' -h 1: i. .1.1i I
re. more or l ,
; Herbert S. Brown. J,. Owned lix. !II h: .1 1 i
worshipful 'K Chlsn II, I \
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ltiiIiiIllicDemand
Catherine Chi-m
SERVICE j Imastt'r presiding at the meeting deposits of Individuals ( il'FICI! I WINKLER ELECTRIC Mldj. I T". M .1 I' I i i :. r 1,, ... l |(|} i ', | '
all members to attend and partnerships i F. | '. .
urges .. 'rt"1"! i I I.I l lJ I' : lilt *< -- -
we k"IIIf'S1si tors. Time and: deposit lorporalions of individuals '-1 t.!"s I l.'j JI I I i, .l! ._' ii' l 'I i I I I I :J- : : uIM:: :: :'=--=:y


lion I I partnerships and --- 0---.
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i orpoi at ions. ".7"-.1 t I' -'"" i n
fl ZENITHRADIO Deposit of t'nlted States' : 1
('.\HU OF TII\NKS Government (including I

We postal s.viig"I| j I. "' 4
wish to thank
and
each of !State=: and |
,Deposits t-) !
ever' one for the words and deeds litiial sulnlix IIOM'Other ., I-, '" !(
I deposit. (certified
of kindness i
rendered I
following and officers' check,
:
andTelevision I the death of our husband and eti I (I" MI, I ITIIT. "MOORE"FORYOUR
.\ I. I'I'I": .I'i's: Jl I' : >; j
father The moUnt family. .
I i itlii r ii.il.jiiti'I I !" 7< ,

Sales ,
lUlU; SALE TOTAL LIAP-1LITIKS i

and Service (not includincr,; subordinated I
The Order of the Eastern obligationsshuxx

___ r____ _____ ----- --- Star will hold a bake sale Saturday II below i .' .' I "". 'd, I

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morning);: in front of Barks i I I I I

221 N. Temple A\ e. Phone 166 dalt. ..s fj the benefit of the: (Capital C'npilal A fro lints -n;, n,) 1 ,)..1 I

Surplus 1 IT" .)",j ,)01
Masonu' building fund. I II ,
ndixidtil '. "
profit- ", -'
STAKKK, FLORIDA .,
Reserves (and retlreme-it
I C '.\lm or TIIVNK: II i account for preferr-
-- -- ----------- -- ----- -- 1 .
I \V,. wish to express our sincere ,capital) 'x i MONEY

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appie< lation for the words of sym- TOTAL CAPITAL 77'Cor.VTS --

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: "'
-. -, pathx beautiful flowers. andjothei
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I ( ai's ot kindness during ourreien' TOTU. J.I \P.ILITIKS'

II 1 bereavement. The Curti ANT) CAPITAL .\. .
curNTS: .' : I ,

uuu __ I L Akudge family. +Thiii hank's RCICommon capital consists -
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MM ii i : stock with total :

HKII'KSM.tU < xoursa happy mar TTTTTTTTTTTTTTMATTRESSES'yyyyyyyy \ "- --i..I i..10,. C.IXell t.. \\ hollll par value of $:;0.0001)1) IN SERVICE AND QUALITY
: .
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riaire <:et I'UASTI KOTK Tran i \1"i i in? i n that I haxe as ,\il-

,..tn'nt FIiiI&-Ii ai. Kami I Isit. "Ionic OF AlL, KINDSRENOVATED 11.1-I. I 'nii\I I ..1' th.) !K-tate ..r Kalph: MemnrnnilaAssets
Alltl) Sllpplv II ,'lillllMHlf t-: HI/.I: i fil.d, III' !Final Keport and |I' pledged or assigned .
.. will I I I 1 Ii.- I 1'lth dax of to secure liabilities
xvaxiiiR ,'..11.. flo r' a itil l IIIKI i.n? AIIKIIM.' '
l.'um Ju.'I...\: TI -Ki'TI: ".iit '-. I' 1 I"'.,.', ''''I'h I t.. t th.. Coiintx .1 iiIg.f..r and for othti' purposi-( "
II ( Km' .it I lusi" haiui. .1 -.ml. AilniiniIi.iti -- ---- .
yrar. I. S. L. Peek. Jr. Cashier thsabove .
I II!it. of ;
j fjilfii i' Tin-' tin !mill day of July, 1932; named bank. do solemnly Pl.
|I '
fiirnu-hc.l "tt.tttes i
ton 1:1'OTI."I..rn .leitye i swear that the above statement \H
nfl lake Verx' leaionalileW 1j'I Uaz..n.dm'1t"1! true and that it fully and correctly ...
8. sitfritvrr I.ak., Slaikc4ln 'I represents the true state of the

T 111 F t: R N I T U R EReuphol..tered MIIK i: 111 \rrc.\u l and several set matters forth to herein the best contained of .I "fI
III (irenit ('i.-(. llriiillnnl Ciiiintv, my 1I
F 4 0l i: S\1.T :New Tt.inch: txpe m.isiinrx ; knowledge' and belief.
I and I'liiriiln : I In ( litnery.. "
1 hedroom li-ni-e I I.:" 0:" Correct-Attest.; tj L P'-ek. JrItar
-lull. \ \\ I H.iiilin 4 I'liiintitf t ; ,
xsI
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plot in Stark.Vrit.. l.\ T' ..I I Isi RefinhliedHASTINGS i : .I..tin!' i ; Iliid'n' .li- fVmlant ,101 l \I.I I ..
.irk.-. lip T itl""lt I K:. I I' II" ,
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C.is :-0. :'ii: ;; .
MATTKESS \\ I : ,
CO.
'..'I.-.. '1'.. \ pienr.T. \

: IINTF'iiir: room fniinlndItaKe Box: 230 1'alatka Fla.4AA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I l..lin: I ; H.inl!: n Jr.J xx hoen State of I'r..dnr .
.. ..h3ilxUxxn Florida.
xxith l.irsre 1 ,, ,
I. -1.1. .1 'd I .iil.tn-- I i- I'nknoun
County of Bradford
\try.' nice Thone in-j .i .>T7 ''Ii .u.! l.Melinotified that a I Sworn to and -ul.-1 t 1.. .' .
1t.h.r I I n>- of i
\\ >l Cull SI KOK UKNT:: : .m f urni..h'-d ',.'II t for this 7th dwx- t i lulx! i ,

apartment. nmfurtable beds.. iMXor e I I hereby rtifthat I i\/: '
"'(11: SAI.K n i "1111I: heif.-i- ,uidtnllk ..1..lral his I... 'vt i i i
.met 'all Si budge 1-: i n tileil afran-t xi.n in thejal i officer ; III : ,
C 1Voxxell or 'or of 11 I I i I.
..w with fl..talf Stark' -. t.1.h.1.ri l Kiaded road I1, i...xi. naniid '.'url and nllland ISI-\I. 11,1!1. n. I K: ( ;ila-u, ,. N .P

:5U; Laura St. Starke 1t1'1| mile I.. himxxith. sign at gate. you atr.tiuired to serve' a'py .>fxoiir 'I I'ul.li. >" it.I ..' 1"1",01 i t'L. J JI

- Mr>. t'.nl I \\ > mi. I'.roukMde Apts : an.swer or pleadriK tu the JIX. I ollllll? ,-' |..11 Xpll I I I
.'bI: S\I.K 4i n <\x.in I..tk.nvai I UIlEt' i d-4 plaint. on the Plaintiff's 1'5' ,

Kf'.ton.. lleiuhl- KfilriMiin. C|; Attornex', iIsS'aId... & Chandler I Bonded bx th. ,\ 111. i .' .111 ni. IL, I
ho"..... I fl' flooi all C"n.nie icisVilh : J. it ODOM. ..flt.II : l:':urd fbi Id ins liaiiie.sxille.: i i i i of X. YIn

\ or with..11'mill. .r..fI'a"Io' VMII. : \ ou '. Florida JIM Ml MOOKt:: nOBBUI.; .. .11 S"I S\IITII (.tOIait: ; : JOHNSMIJ.IK) : : IIOJ.SI-( .% IHJI.I'H
"ruili plant. I: Hutluonr. i \ ri 1.1M) 1101 and file. th. original in the ..Hi.." 'I'he I'lmilt "
I "urt Of Ihe luhth
.'x 1C*. \Mlr..> bTh." UpKOI ,1.1:" I ,.f the Cleik of the CiiLint Court ( nor II .luilirlal Ireillt Itrndf..rd 4 i.unlr.
IIe OnW l:rnrhrdnr%dnr- before thellth

SU.i:-Red*. "'attr........ 'prttie'. IiiIatLiiu.I.. hurmln? I dax of August. t I1': ',.' Bradford Cl..rlili. Coumv l.nn ,. u.a:!nt.1',1";:, i TO THE CAR OH'XERS OF STtRhELI) \ICIMT } :
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.lothmir. household -f( I' i "therwithe allegation of said .
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Ian Chicken Firm ItUn I'M.on IMiOTI'.CT YOU1. SKcrillTIKS I 1'omplaint \\ ''II tie t.tkrn as C''I.I' I Petition-' '. ..
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,n't \:111:111 ....k It |I' I !>'i. "I.r""r I'roteotn !Security 1tx. v i i u' i : We realize the( life of your car and the amount you spend on repairs depends upon flu

h.tlltlful. l.itg.h.avy duty steel

,,'or( SM.K-1 4. Hred lers.-x-t.. nice i.w.Ier>.'be.hI )' nia.fresh. :! ,1",(. J10J"I : pln" tax I'.radf4ird .I J.'UMweItI. people that service your car neck ;in and week (Jut. therefore, we, the ent in

..*!.. "ml calf .\l-..> I'.l.tck Vneifi 'ountTtkgi .ii'h. tf .
.. ; $::111.1 forth of this Station guarantee that will strive to girt
>' if r. mo oM I'ri'-i- personnel give you our personal we
t w.> h*iil I. I. ..', .>nXtMirli.II ; "I 51.VGKU: SCWINM: Maohinc C"fp.iny From where I sit 6y Joe Marsh

:tmnlon Kt" i tin._! Lake 'ity. KU, Ph..ne Sy. you more Honest. Capa1Jle.Jepclldablc, serrict than you can jet anywhere else.
will repair machine
I your % in 'u>
r. <'! \ T.FiflhI-: in '.li.lroo"i.. t"11 condition. reaonaltleV..

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... "r"I.. \ lltlt.. .... Mr* n..1 I I Our st-rxire ,'.tr- xxill pu'k up anit!
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JIMMY I J :MOOItKnomtY
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:New Singer mat'hines ar. .t\.i' -- --. -
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\\ 'lt.n riiif ('ii''rh. 1' I I Get ? SMITH

v- "At.t turn ri :ht at Jo..' nr'l1. i, FIt! TIIK PiiiT-MINOKI! ; : : :\> Ki .!. ftKOKCE; : ; ; JOHNS)
l"t hoitsr tin I UMI t DAYS
Kiigiax.il \\ 1dmB! 1ni'ati'ina I
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on fine raitunit I ptp. "ifirl *' th-; 11. rnir" dropped into fix that TRY 1 USFOR WILLIE IIOLSENDOLPII
roof
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iri-tered! pies-. se'i'nii; ; ', I .t jiio'fe t '.: :iiihrm: theother Now
S '., W.I .-- tfniS ,;. ; Harry- a> only haxm :a -
1. I'l.-es-. \\ .V \I j .c.( ( -tailed ccmp'ainme about ; i 1\I, HE
... I lin I. TH'X II. 1..It" I'V I little joke, but from where I ..it ;su
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!\n I'I REPAIRED ho-i-e: 'i'- lixo in I'eseen pt'opleart Good To Have

I 111 Mnkr- \ll >li>drlllravunalilr .. .: 'IT r.r 1.1 t-uvood! LaV.e.! just about as CONVINCEDt's

V. ." 1.wv-r rhr.... .....11'....", r"l'I I .....ra:.... eaarantrrdIII nervy as this ometimes!>seriou&lg. ,
"sii..d h....-.. mi I" Ins- '", I' 'j ts. ('. siiriMIKIMI 'l'h(:- ny lan-'Vd Harry l.il.etho.e who In Your'y

1 -t ....? ..-.k- It. July V s |' TinV.. Tall .f. strUf Ph. 2MIIITMKNT .-. .n'ed t.- 'f,:'!"\\ ."V.'hoovei. enjoy all the rights

.". Pinnr4 "........ ..- I yea pay Americans hueYoorl.ed for. and .. .. .

.\ furtii-he.i.: !.KOI Kr i.: IF.-T--I'.lrtial-I: j rest wiays tbe J d-e. Don'tpayaay yet would take! away some of tho,e '. ,)0_______- ----- _.- -_-__- H--_-_ -.__ __ Car"

'I' t.\-P: i'--------,,,. ,.._.."... .1. I'.t renl'aays Har!')'. ")[on'd freedoms
..-' ..'m...,. "'i'h to. '" 'n.. ..1....' .. .1 I5apti-t f'hurih JJ5; mo A ;' .-, tiifcto'; from others-for example -
J Thomas. J* AJmiiu-trator ii jtwelve
'1' hen Mrs J M :Mitt-hell."n" I I It ItFt't i years ago our right: to enjoy a friendly'
Tnifiu''n IttM iiioftxiv! o\er fkine to collect." JIMMYMOORE'S
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_ K \T.E-"fi in h evhau fan gla>< of beer. I say the-e" leaks of fl

and IMI' .i iini 1 \\ ':'li/t. i **,\\ .!." < the
, tnii-i Judge intolerance"
: '" 1 1''I" I"in; P .,., l.c .\ -.ys : looking have no place in the
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.., .. -.t .,,.,. of" ..,....". c. ...... )ppi 4tp'e "7'":! .1' .It.i:.:,:, "what' do you hare toccuiplr.i' "home of liberty." rure S S tore
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-Thre grade milk eowa.1 "Jarrj. ::5ir.'s.ourint"inmrli:
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1 f-ouse. .< SOI...cro C.. Let from ch.lUrter Jtp shAD.7:1: C. 1*1".h. lit. 2, Box 51. Starke. "MOORE' SiTISFYS MOKE ( 'LSTOMEKS EVERY DAYBRADFORD .'

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