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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 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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k .>1. r ;' P. 1sr Y.Cf Telephone And Telegraph Building County Budget Set For $166,935.43




t" .ts* s ; Lead In Blanding ReconstructionReconstruction I No Increase In Taxes Is Expected ,



r .+ of Camp Bland-

ing IS.till:. in the preliminary he would probably not t>mpl<>\ anymore

? laborers for about two weeks Decreases Seen In All Items
stages said J. B. Rowland protect Major
i&a He hired a few local laborers ir
engineer for the Camp Bland- hJ'r

ing work. He said that eight percent front early this of Camp week. Blanding'- gatE Except Fine And Forfeiture Costs

of the work was complete on

the Telephone and Telegraph Three government inspectorare .
i on the scene checking the progress t The Hoard of County f f'ommi.ssmiuTs; nu-t T'l.'s.i': .
Building, seven per cent on the of the contractors. George ,I {
rail spur and one per cent on the I ,t' a total of ?166.933.4i; :
estimated
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t P. Riptey and L. C. Humphriesare II 4 expenditures for tini.tf .
-Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the Telegraph- rehabilitation of the camp'utility inspectors on the utihtiei I I \ : year This figure i is $5.480.50; over last vear's |P..Tm., I. '

system. I iru re of $161..t5.t.9tAlthough :
system, and Omar xYh
Ebelmg i 1
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businesswomen are pictured above jxiurinK: out Rowland said that foundationhas the budget increased
StarkeN
jounge-t checking the Telephone and Telegraph ,f was the H.t'did} i t\\ "
another la.s of pink lemonade for a thirsty customer. VickieDevrick. been laid on the Telephone building.Starke "' i-t that it would be necesarto: increase rho-|, tik.r 'unt! "

1. and Sonja Huter. 9, (pouring) embarked upon StarkeN and Telegraph Building and that r < "' rate. Last V"ear'count"tax was 17.: !' .1;; _

workers were ;n the process of This year's proposed budgets"show dem-i.se: ', r J11
newest and one of its most profitable businessepercentagewise{ -- .
pouring concrete for its floor -lab Building t. \ :>t in fines and forfeiture The proposed! $I.',tnn r"- Is-
thU week. Rrossed $lli 5 for their first three hours, but tJieirft 1
They : As soon as the floor siab is laid! 'Tfeiture more than offset the other's de.teis, ,\1'\ .

profit wa 200 per rent more than their operating costs. work will begin on the building'sconcrete Code BackedUpBy ,f Yti g rr. .\ comparison of last year's permanent bud-: d''e !

,' !\ budget sh ms
block walK He estimates -

that the walls will be a ttc .. Item VH-V! 1" ,
Funds uj ,
Schools Get Less State City CouncilFire ...
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County within a week.Rowland ; ral Fund f59: ; .-Iri", s,)+ I', ,
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I- ii'i-, and Forfeiture $23f91 : : ", ,,
"d
said that the railroad Chief D. \\'. Carpent"lStarke's > : I Ii
in ity i-: 'td and Bridge Maine $70.i;lti; I i.ti $t'th. >,-, ",tInterest
had: succeeded installing .
: building inspector ,
Year Due To Loss In AttendanceBradford appeared
Next culvert pipe. He estimated that before the City Council ,I It c a and Sinking: $S.K!I; t,* ,; r
The increase m the Fine and ,
and I Forfeiturep. 1'I ,
cleared
the contractor had Tuesday night in an appeal for
grubbed about 50 per cent of the more rigid enforcement of Starke' I rilla' "d 1.r Ii.-l'. ", t. n, r g un i'ie' to a J7.000 smaller surplus than for last \r.i ',dgtr 1 t ,r
is among 10 Florida the increases in this' year's Fine and Forfeiture. '

counties that will receive les I unit" which represents 27 pupil total road bed. building code. The Council instructed \. f St. Louis Cardinal Seoul' Mercer Harris I.. pie turgid aI O.JI"\\ !purchase of a motorola radio system for the .,h. I" flu, :" \

from the state for its attendance. Altogether About 3000 cross ties had arrived Carpenter to use hi, existing \If 2.200 was designated for this
money I in average daily ivy' Jimmy Stelogeunnis. Ocala, hulu hit thos long one \er tin- purpose.
the railroad's job site by
school program than it did last :i the county schools had the first at the week. to powers halt to get the city policy I fence, Harris was in StarUe thi. week for the (animal's> ..out (':unp. The Fees and Costs of the county judee was'd .' :,,,

year Thomas D. Bailey state 119 "teacher units" last year. I I, of construction on any : the Fees and Costs of the sheriff was raided $01.1011' Fe.., ,, :.

school superintendent announced Morgan attributed the drop in :t: Rowland said that John B building; that was violating the I Care of Prisioners was raised $2,000 from last year's luur.
Sweger, project manager for the city's cokCarpentt'r i Forty-Two Hopefuls AttendCardinal's
state funds'is The major reduction in the Road and
recently. The drop in :attendance to several factor He 1 Bridge Main ten I",? ,
credited to a loss of attendance :said that enrollment did not drop I; W. D. Owens Construction Co. pointed out that i paid budget was a decrease' of $3.000 for timber and other |,K- ,

in the county schools during the 1 but that the daily attendance wa? I had, set up a field office and had several major buildings town Try-Out Camp Here i iI t tar bridges! and culvert.Clerk A. J Thomas said that this .\ ,

last school year. 'cut by numerous cases of measles, i large quanities of water pipe and were being built without building I to the "paying off"of the county's purchase of treated In ml*
I' I sewage pipe stored on the job site. .permits. He also said that metal culverts in the past.
Harmon P. Morgan county mumps and whooping cough many I Scout Mercer Hams of the St though he did pick nut five or six !

school superintendent said that last fall. He added that the enrollment i i He expected Sweger to begin laying I buildings were not being constructed : Louis Cardinals cast an observing potential Cardinals in one visit tc i The Board also discussed the various bids on the tract,)r :s,
water pipe by the end of this according to 'the plans that by the and
amounted ,, : county accepted the bid of
the
the loss in attendance failed to increase as it had i I eye over 42! prospects at the Montgomery Ala. Florida-Georgia Tra't t.'' t
1 I week. were submitted to the building for their model US Galian Diesel
to a 82-pupil-per-day average. He previously because 1916 was a low Cardinal's try-out camp here Monlie said that he was conducting Powf'redrotor Grader with 1ix >.
'I I Sweger stated that he had not spector.; I engine. The net price for the tractor ,
said that last year ended a three year for births in the county, and day and Tuesday and left without two try-outs in Flori 11 .thb year was 59.975.0t, the lowest bid t r.
I set up an office in town and that Carpenter stressed the fart that i a 100 hp. tractor.
year period In which average the male high students are more ,, any signed contracts.When I one in Starke and one in Wau i
school attendance in this county!' unstable now because of the draft certain "short cuts" taken by individuals asked if he saw anyone chula in the south-central part of : Motorola Inc. offered to install a radio system for th- ghee '"

had risen 50 to 100 pupil: -per-day and the availabilty of good jobs. I Dr. Musser Tells I,;j in their constru'ctior. with big league potential he answered the state. He is conducting one !: office for 3610.30 which could be paid in monthly paymentMr r t,
I j 1 could COM the townspeople through I 12 or 24 month term.
each year. I In explaining the Increase in Rotary The PlightOf that he had no one in mind. :i try-out in each of the other southeastern I I
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fire insurance rate.
'a higher
Morgan also noted that this millage required by the state' However such talk could be states. The clerk was instructed to advertise for bids for the p-nun .*:
Mentally RetardedThe The Council also passed a resolution the
to the state'sMinimum partition between the Tax Assessor's office and the old WeiBoard's | -
contribution
county's | matching fund Morgan said that geared to ward off the eager eyes Only one Starke player Delano
Foundation Program the state determined the Mini. that would not permit and check books of other big Thomas, was present during this.year's office. The Board decided to let the Tax Collector h.. .
hope that !locil'ty11 someday construction of buildings on Temple I these two offices
to him
to I give sufficient room for his activities.
mills
8.2
will increase from 9.I( the league clubs try-out. Other player
mum Foundation Program on realize that money spent for Aye within 18 inches. of the ,
34 mills this year. He said the basis of six mills per average I the better care and training of right-of-way. This move will I Harris said that it was quite came from as far as 150 mile KOAKI 0.K ('()('\COMMISMO.NKK'S: : TK.VTATIVK: 1U IX.IT

county's share of the $375.960 unusual to find a big leaguer ir. away to show their stuff before The following .
children budget Wait presented the Clerk
county.He its mentally retarded a? make is possible for the city tc. by and upon mot' "
Minimum Foundation funds is I i nfP of those trv-out camps al the big l league scout second and unaniraotu vote it was adopted the ,
tentative
said that the high millagerequired : a worthwhile investment was construct six-foot sidewalks on as budget e.
539.387. I the fiscal year beginning October 1 19:>2 and .
of Bradford County was I voiced by Dr \Vm. L. fusser of Temple Ave. ending Septemhei
schools will try tc Father-In-Law Shoots 1953.
The county apparently due to a low property I Keystone Heights in an address The resoultion did not affect I Hospital
County
in
absorb the one-mill increase assessment in this county. The I before the Starke Rotary Club existing buildings that are now i William J. Crews General fendI.timate
19-mill levy Morgan : of K.-cipt lAstVear ,,
their present Thj 1
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state school system determines Wednesday.The built closer to the rightofwax.The .
Bald ha 'did not expect that the( the tax paying ability of the J young; Keystone: physician ( right-of-way provides for I William J. Crews of Starke wa- Taxes: 10 mill on :assessed valuationOf
would increase ,, Fund Has $32,000 54.410,115.00
thool'i 41401.15>>
mm levy county by a special formula! who first became vitally interest t.I U 1.2 foot sidewalk. The Councilet I| shot bhi". father-in-law, Jesse Mills
' 4 20 ntjll maximum set by I ,10 till assessed valuation
to the rather than relying on the local I ed in this subject! when It wits literally their next regular meeting on I Wiggins, on the litters farm near of .
I I $4,452.492.WIntangible .
44.,-,21: .
I If
.' .law.. a aI11r'ent.'. brought home: to hat: a'I ,august 3 a Ji p.m. as a hearing: -.dfnrd County now has $32.- Sanderson last week when ,Crew Taxes ,
lw fr I
t\ ath., loo.OO ;
'List' yU'rY J.op ; 150 1)0
f loss of three "teacher I I' the birth"oi \tts third child somet4 t' receive opinions from persons affected OOO'm its hospital fund paid from !'came to Wiggin's home. in search i j Occupational Licenses 800.00 1Of.00Be't'rage

units"means according to Morgan. Thestate's Western Movie Star i months ago. stated that 50 by this move. a surplus brought in by this year'parimutuel : i of his wife. i Licenses 500,00 ;000th( )
per cent of all mentally retarded Crews was shot in the stoma
fund for teacher's salaries I taxes. The racingtax I Racing Commission Fund 15000.00 1 :!.OOO obiltailroad
In Starke For 2 Days children can be made into uefu! with a 32 S. & W. revolver. liE
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Telegraph and licenses
capital outlay and current I Rep. Sikes WorkingTo paid $112.000 to Bradford County.This I Telephone 400.00 4110 'I"
I
: citizens if given training. was taken to the Lake Veterans
proper City Candidates Filing Fees
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three 1,000.00 I
"teacher money is divided way. Ht "
a
based I
expense is upon Western movie star Ret Clark I i Every ,such child that can become Make BlandingNew $40000 to the Board of CountyCommissioners. ;: Hospital and is reported tr Other Revenue Receipts 500.00II '
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Elected who just finished making a Columbia self-supporting would be that! Marine BaseI $10.000 to the be getting along satisfactorily by '! Excess Fees County Official! :NONE I I'f ,
Jerry Gay picture "Trail Rustler" in much less of a burden on societDr. \ Sheriff Asa Coleman of Baker
I School Board and the surplus tc
Red Cross ChairmanJerry Sarasota, stopped over in Starkefor Musser pointed out. I Charlie: Johns said thiwt''k i the hospital I fund. I I County. I Total Estimated Receipts t ti;X701.15 lill ;:1 1 .

I a couple of days this week because The speaker stated that Flori returned According to a statement madebv Less 5 Per Cent 3,135.06 ;: o >t, _
that he had just Previous. high received by Bradford
was elected Chairman of motor trouble. He wa.? da's facilities for the treatment of Sheriff Coleman Crews and his
Gay
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from i trip to West Florida wherehe County was $fg) ,())O in 1916
of the Bradford County on his way to Vermont to make the mentally retarded are among had talked with Rep. Bob Sike and last each count in the ''wife had been having: trouble and 95: Per Cert of Estimated Reieipts 59,566.09 5.7 ",,-. '
year i
American Red Cross Chapter at another Western for Republic. I the worst in the South. Only 60C of I had seperated several times. Balanre To Be Brought Forward: Cash NONE ".'s. ""
one the possibilities turning state was given $92.500 in racing;
the annual meeting held at the ,, Clark had with him six of hi! children can presently he cared Blanding into a Marine 'Crews!' had gone to Wiggins' home

local Red Cross office Friday ,, prized animals that are also star? for at the Farm Colony in Gainesville 'trainingbase.Camp I money. alltimehigh :, a week earlier and was alleged tc Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 59.563.09 :.+ I 1." -
I' Florida received an
afternoon. July 11 Mr. Gay sue- in their own right. They mad he said while more are on Johns said that Sikes, a member of $13.000.000 this year have forced his wife to go tc Analjsjol fenrrul Pond Mill.tfe

reeds John A. Torode who hat their own private zoo in the backyard i the waiting list. Conditions there Starke with him. It was further I Tai 'Ia\
of the House Appropriations from pan-mutuels. Florida's increase -
served as the County Chairman of the Whispering Pines are far from satisfactory, the doc I Committee has record for getting l!i alleged that she was forced to I Authority I'urp.jAppropriation Nrcm< 111IIagn
| a in tourists and the haltingof r 193.32 Agriculture &
during'the past year. J motor Court. I tor said, since all children are things done on Capitol Hill. most off-track book-making!' leave without her baby and twe : Livestock 6030.00 2.226 2:.

Other officers elected to serve ,, His pets include "Rover", a grouped together, with the worst From their talk Johns found! that boosted the pari-mutuel.V take. : small children and any clothing : 292.15 Service Officer 2.228.25 2.2262.

with Mr. Gay during the coming full brother of Lassie who fills infor cases tending to have a detrimental ;; Sikes appeared well posted on the Sixty-two per tent of the race t'xct'pthat she wa wearing at ,

year: are as follows: Vice-chair- I''!I her now on the more strenou effect on the less serious. progress of the camp's rehabili track tax: is designated for oM- |, the time. I 211.00 Hospital 415,2900 I I .2 4t!

man. T. A. Yawn: Secretary, Mrs.' narts of her role. Lassie, at six I Florida now has an estimated tation and he believes that Sike age assistance, and the other 3 Sheriff Coleman said that Wig- I Total Millage Authorized ,

J. A Griffin; Treasurer Miss teen cano longer keep up with : 20.l'!)() mentally retarded children was backing statements with per cent goes into the race track gins had warned Crews to keep I Maximum allowed by section 193.32 .

the fast i attention and j away from his place a number of
Lillian Stump. pace her pictures call lor. who need special action. fund which i"i divided equally ,

Chairman Gay announced thi Clark's horse "Rusty" is a? I training, and between two and Sikes assured Johns that there among the counties.Denver : 'times. The shooting took place Maximum Millage permitted for
i three thousand of those should b*> 'after a final warning by Wiggins consolidated fund
week that the executive committee much a part of him as "Trigger"is i would he little trouble in gettingthe : '

has appointed Mrs. Edward i to Roy Rogers CIa t k is alsc in institutions, he said. Approximately army to relinquish the campif for Crew. not to come into the General Fungi
I 50 births I Devrick house As Crews came up the Estimated' KtiK-ns er I..t S.- This.i.
Hall to serve as the Executive training a new horse "Ginger". one out of every the Marines did decide to ue I If
results in a mentally retarded steps of the porch Wiggins shot Salaries. County Commissioner, .*', IMHI, Oij\ ; HIM) i i
Secretary' of the' Chapter to replace He also has two young burros one it. He said that he planned several

Mrs. Ruth. Morse wfco hasresigned of which can supposedly walk a I: child and only one half of these trips Washington:: while Congress I Heads C. Of C. him. Salary Clerk Circuit Court SIJO.OO! I s.Mi ,1
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No made by Sheriff Supervisor of Registration ttOO.OO' I I"o "
Other appointmentsmade tight rope and a "cat-rabhit" r are of hereditary nature. Dr. Mus- was adjournedHe arrest was
that it Attorney for County CommHsinv ''5.00 .
Coleman who stated was
by the executive committee named "Inky" that i ; supposed tc ser stated. More medical researchis II/I\'er Iv\ixk n\\ner IIf Farm. -
estimated that the Marines
Salaries and Count-
;i rlfir: case of a nrm defendinghis Expenses :
are asf ollows: be bred from a cat and a rabbit. needed to determine the cause I I Home ;arid Auto Supply.o' elected
would train 20.000 to 2.000 men home The State attorney Service Officer .' I 1 r. ,x >.,
Home Service ChairmanMrs of mental deficiency he pointedout. Blanding if they did decide president of the Starke Chamber
in Camp agreed \\ I'h rdtntutAlvarez Commission & Fees Count As-.fi-
Edward Burns: Disaster Chair I of Commerce this week f,'l- ,.
Recent Birth to use it Taxes i .V' "> l -i iJ
man-Harmon P Morgan; First Dr. :Musser expressed hope that lowing the resignation of H A"Buddy" Commission & Fees County THX

Aid Chairman Larry Gitvon: :Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hugger; when the problem is fully understood Legion Baseball Bishop, Jr Bishop stated, Extends Collector .'Ml >" ) ,, ,

Chairman Harold and appreciated the state I I tied with other
Water Safety of the State Farm announce the : that he was too up Maintenance Repairs Count

Hazelwood: Home' Nursing Chairman birth of a daughter Peggy Ann. might appropriate !sufficient fund, [ Tickets Go On Sale, i work to devote the needed time t., Softball Lead Court House &: Annex '. ".'n 11,, 1111 i ,.o.,

Mrs. E. L. McKnight: t to take care of and train these I Ii i i the Chamber's business Janitor 1 TllH; HO moo' '

Publicity Information Chairman: on July 7 at the Lake Shore lIo:. children so that their lives might i'Starke Loses 60I Devrick was formerly the vice- Alvarez tightened I itsrip or Lights, Fuel and Water ',
Rv. T. G. MitchellKeystone pita! .Lake City. I be eiven some degree of meaningS I I I president of the Chamber of Commerce first place in the FJradf rd Count: Insurance IHHI.00 I oe, ,<

-- I Chas S. Partin. chairman an. J R Bullin ton. a newly Softball league b\ solidly thumping Incidertials i-.111100 ; .mi" -

Lions Club ."''' Ar. I pounced! yesterday that seasoif"'kets << ('., Slade:: 17-0 '_' ,
:, elected director for the ( of second-place Gas. Expenses of Election 1111 00 ; In
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r, I for the American Legion's | elected vice-president to filli \last Thursday.Alvarez Legal Advertising and Kxpt: ; .... ':ills .1')1) .,,(.
wa
Installs New OfficersEleven I : ( State Junior Baseball Tourna- Devrick's post.Bullington now has a 4-1 record Administrative Supplies and Kxt; -. I IK i'i' "nQll t isIrdexing

"v.-nt to be held here Aug. 5-9! i win tc 4-d,, '" I ,
and F F. Stumpwerl' and need* only one more
IIff .' installed ,
new: ers were u-11 so on ale this weekend. elected as directors during assure itself of a first-place tie Court House Furniture anti F x'1: 'r. '.I >J 'l.'I l I _

by the Keystone' Heights i k Tmnhiev to be awarded win- meeting to fill the for the second half of league play Fee and Costs Clerk Cir--ui*. I''j, ', HIM' :" "
the Tuesday
Dons Club Monday: night at a'i'! nr< m 'he tournament are on, of Ray Rodda and Alvarez won the first half in a Maintenance County Jail 7 ,!I.> '> >
vacant posts
Coroner I ;:nip/r 'n I ,,, ""
special "wive's night" instaltat'.on t .. "I" io. }Ii 'liisnl \' at Alvarez Store. Partir, the late J. P. Roberts. play-off with Camp Blanding. Inquests "
t '\-- \ Insanity Inquiries "JI I"" '/''
: said met twice
dinner. i ) '. W, The member at the meeting Blanding and Raiford
i' ,
I .. Gf'nt'ralVt'lfart' t;" Vl. ',o.MlIII '
': A., i nOt'nl\1 of of arranging during the week. Raiford won its .
international.co'unselor the tournament t the possibilities
John E. Banks, discussed Tubercular Patients State Sif..r! n.! : Von Vet .H" .
I rlav 5 meeting time for first game Thur-day bv downing
on .lug. will be precededb better
from the Jacksonville a Hospital Expenses for Indig.-r'- I'1'.7 t I : '
installed' II I I I \" a huge banquet to be given b\. the C. of C. It was decided to Blandin 11-9 but failed to re Operation of County Health Un.-: I "t(1, '<'I) 'I,HI '
Downtown Lions Club when the two team
r h.Ford and :Mercury dealers ol mail out cards to all of the Chamher's peat Tuesday County Agent's Salary & Expense: s,j,'I .I I ,

the following new officers': i 4 1 Fiord for the tournament teams members in hopes' of findingout played a postponed game. Bland- Home Demonstration Agent'd S t;., v

Harry Hughes president Ed- roaches, and manager This event ing won that one, 20-7 and Expenses 7 II' '" "

will be held in the BHS cafeteriaHundreds what time would suit the The league standings now are: Demonstrative and Illiwtrafv--: r, d

Brownng j M\\ of baseball fans from largest number of them. Alvarez. 4-1: Slade Gas. 3-3. and Girl's Short Cours.- : '" r",
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\ 1( throughout the State are expected Camp Blanding, 3-3: and Raiford. 4-H Club Camps (Girt>)> ., ''"'
tre.tnl vice-presi '
Shaughnessy. :; 'o be drawn here by the state 1.4 4-H Club Camps( Boys) -" "

dent; John Powers, third vicepresident. J \ \: tournament. the first to be heldin New Tourist Court Alvarez met Blanking lat nia'it Publicity & Pnblie Imnrf.v.rrif '" ''' ,

.\n.:>thony Baked lion } Starke ::11 an effort to nnrh 'heir title Amount Payable Under (rh-ip'f 1It1;

:Umer. Wally Muhlhofer tail l Starke In-- its last home gameWe.lnes'lav Being Built On 301 while Slade Gas.vent gainstRaiford. ( No 450 I of 1947 .;i',,,_, ,
Reserved for Cortingencies .71 I
night when Ocala Next week Alvarez wit!!
: *"Ister.llter; King. William K\. ie McMurtrKevstonf: !'
drubbed the locals 6-0. They willniat ]1,, meet Raiford and Blanding wil1plav
Scales. William Baker and Roy : Ocala again Monday after H>ipht- contrartxr sad that he Slade Gas. Total Approbations :." ,.., : : '

Reserve for Con tinge rcies ., ,
direct
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Browning rs
noun for their last practice gameWlrt' is building Irt-untt delux tourist

e'vt'ral'i3Itin' dignitaries at. ; they enter the District t court for C. H. Bagl- approximately Starke Lions Tinker Total Budget "II ....... ", ...- .

tnded the ceremony including Tournament in Williston nextThursday one-half mile north of Starkeon With NewvT-V SetTh Fine and I'urftiturelatlmatr

Banks: Tony Reax-es international Polaroid -Minute Phot by the T- .t'" U. S. Highway 301 : of ltereipta: I.si 1.. ,r 'I tug \4,,

and Harx-e counselor Sutherland tram Gainesville. John 1:' lUnks, Lion international counselor hand. the president's Recent Birth The building will be constructed L'ons! dub: m->" f 11' i short Taxes: no mills 14.410,115.09 on assessed! valuationOf .\1.-: ;

deputy : r-.e tm? Wednesday nigh'
district gated to Harry Hughex newly installed president of the Keystone | of roman brick masonry and will two mills on a.aeJlfd: valuationof
governor from Palatka. i i and then :a good share of themember
Keystone's Bob Shau Heights Lions. Appearing from left to right are the follow in j; Mr and Mrs Jimmie Pitch announce I cost an estimated J30.0( )) to con. 1.152.43200 "'o 1 ..
hnessy withthe
; : was ; begin tinkering
recently named zone chairman ofUc't'rlUll! dignitaries: Hob Shaughnex-j, Tony Rea\ev Kill Scales. the birth of a daughter,''i,I truv... McMurtry believes that Lions new television set that Fines and Costa I,) .,,, zo'sb: *, .r'I
: Pamela Mae on July 10. Mrs Other Revenue Receipts 1 '." ..I 100I ')0
for the LJOPJ' Hughesally Muhlhofer.alter King Banks Anthony Picker Ito !
son one region'two. ) ; hp will complete the building by just arrived for this meeting
BtningH.irH" Sutherland John I'o"f'rand Edward Bleha. Ritch is the- former Mae Hall oi f _-
Theressa. I the last of September : The supper wa_> rv-l by Sen To'.al Estimated Receipts 10 100 00 :"" a six

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORII ,_,
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MATTHEWS"
BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. hrs. Eddie: i.; a B-plus student in opposing coaches as well as game I trophy an athlete .:

EDITOR CONSERVATION FARMING ,,-h,).)! and bs leadership in three I 1 officials and is regarded by some ,! ,f t' ,ii'a".t::: ,

-ports was described by Palatka|as the best all-an I> athlr'. c.I h _
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) TELEGRAPH VICWPOIMT 1 PUBLISHER ,, ..- -, By George Brown Conservationist -r,>->!.'t:wliters as littl' .-- : ,,: ';" '" ;u-p.; rll hv Puyears. ,n.lnl Hg:; ') S:: ': III. _, h:;'
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!i Bradford S.'J ii! c En ,, ', draw th'c., year' HI' 11.1S'n: many j M.tlhius' is a r>'
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Subscription lUtes: Established In 1879 Advertising: Rates | -mI1L'! : t'nal: To b el-jjible:/ i,1' th" H.tnt'" KVm F Doming II: "
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gras- seeding ment ha-
$2.75 Year $1.30 6 Mo. On Application I equip s n.!n.n...n...r..v.......n........Vyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy..ww.yy
I been busthe pa-t few weeksJ TTTTT. ..TT.T.T. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Robert W Murray hIOl"gl.- MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIQN MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION I : M Edwards, Jr. seeded 2c: with the State Game & FreshWater

acres of Pensacola Bahia grass Fish Commission, was a Mid-Summer Food Carnival!

Act II Enter the DemocratsNow I and over.seeded it to Giant I recent visitor here. I accompani1.!
-- Striala Crotalaria to provide him on a tour of wild life plantings .

some additional grazing for his I in the district. He was \ei
that the Republicans have nom- popular appeal outside the South to win in -- ------ --- -. -
growing herd of Brahamans I pleased with the good showing 'f '. ,', -- -
inated their man in surprisingly quick order November. He is a distinct possibility for I Charles Shelly seeded 30 acres of!I patndge peas in the wild life still -
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the Democrats will soon be taking over the the second spot of the ticket.W. his land in Pensacola Bahia and on A. J, Thomas Sr'" laud a.i-

national spotlight with their convention in Averill Harriman ::\11', Harriman is i: Early Hairy Indigo as an initial i jacent to Crosby Lake Thi-

Chicago. Like the Republican forerunner, one of the wealthiest men in the country, i :step in earning out hi- pasture partridge pea. which is not native
it is bound to be another colorful noisy and he is also "1000 per cent" for the. improvement program J. R to this section of the state had!

fascinating= show and millions throughout the Truman policies. His reputation is that of Wainwright: is bu-\ seeding iCal'I't's made a waist high growth at ttu-
hard-working, sincere and rather colorless ot Argentine UdTiid fur seed time of our inspection
U.S. will be glued to their television set a :

until the final curtain. administrator and diplomat. His major No: 9, Ft. Bennmg, Ga

:Most of the pundits interpret the GOP liability is that he hasn't started any firesor : :\11" Frank Benka 2-:; Deb, \,' -

nomination of General Eisenhower as signifying even sparks among the electorate. Thl' NEWS ABOUT -v< Long Inland N Y 'L

the end of the so-called Republican"Old I commentators don't give his D. C. win much SERVICE MEN E: W H.,.dge-, Jr. n 2611: 1 > 'C -

Guard"--the ultra conservative element importance. In the first: place. I). c. iv-- 1 rPI Kepi C'' APO 6 ,' ,

in the party. They predict that from hereon I idents can't vote in general elections.: In t the "I'M: : ;"i. Fr tin ::'1'0, rah:'. _

out. win or lose, it will be a new day for second place, the Negro vote was a decisive: 0' Quantity: Rights Reserved Prut's (t.o< d 1 hiu t ',, I II''
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the I Republicans} with the younger more progressive element due to :Mr. Harriman's civil-rights' .' Eddie Mathews

more liberal members taking the position. In the third place, the Administration ,

lead. Evidently, after twenty years of de- went right down the line for him. as: f} ..- ",.... Given Palatka/ 152 Call Street

feat, the Republicans have at last seen the part of the stop-Kefauver strategy. These

handwriting on the wall and have finally factors wouldn't be significant in a nation : 4-s. Athletic Trophy Starke, Florida

acknowledged that there can be no turning election. He i is a possibility but not a : __ _

back from the great liberal reforms of the probability. :' ,; 414 E.tJ"1.ttt'W": !' : -on of MI i r d -- -- 11'F"L a l ____T_ ,.._ ....
Albin Barkley. The Veep, who was in ,.
past two decades. I :\Ii- l KoMathew. -, toimei i -1-
The nomination of Eisenhower will politics before most living American were ; i,i,'nts! of Starke, has distinguish.ihinis SAVE ON 25c Coupon in Special 3-lb. C an

undoubtedly influence the choice of a candi- born, has indicated he'd like the nomination., Brothers In the St'r'll'are Tpl ,.It IP' high sthool athleti, s ,it

date by the Democrats. Some writers pre- He could conceivably get it if a deadlock j Eugene Lang I ilefti I and Cpl. Willis Palatka where the family is now Lb. Can

dicted that if the GOP nominated Senator results. I Lang sons of Mr. and Mrs residing. His latest honor was, SNOWDRIFT S I F 3 7 SC

Taft then President Truman might permit Adlei Stevenson Governor Stevensonhas I Richard Lang of Clay Hill being declared the 1931-52; winr'rof
]Eugene who spent 39 months in the Annual Best Athlete Hancock -
himself to be "drafted" as the Democratic not sought the nomination, and :said he -
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rman> now statIOned'at
candidate because he felt that Taft wouldbe prefers to continue his work in Illinois. But
ramp Rucker, Ala. His address! Young Mathewletteiett three Donald Duck
man to beat. With Eisenhower his seems to be a case where "Barkis i is willing" Hollywood
an easy I is Cpl. Eugene Lang. RAU2S7927.17th : years in basketball at Putnam
carrying the Republican standard, however. if the delegates want him badly enough. '' named of
Signal Co.. 47th Inf. Div. High and was captain
Truman might prefer to rest on his laurels :Many political writers and observers think :, ;Camp Rucker. Ala. Willis has the 1952 cage team. For the past GRAPEFRUITJUICE TOMATO
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rather than compete with the General's he would be the Democrats' best bet by along been I Il in service one year and four I three years he was chosen on thealldistrict
l shot. His record in Illinois has been'' basketball team and
popularity.As months I and is now stationed in !i
for the other Democratic hopeful, excellent -he has effectively fought the 1 England. His address is Cpl. Wills : was all-conference for two years JUICE

here's a brief rundown on the way they seem long-entrenched gamblers and grafters, and I Lang. US53013126. 93th Cplsg He lettered four years in football

to be shaping up as Chicago readies itself t proven himself a top-flight administrator.As Co.I care PM. APO 117 Newt I serving one year as captain and

for another "greatest show on earth": a speaker, he i is A-l-he has been compared York N.'Y. earning a berth on the allconfert.'n" Oz.ConDONALD
Estes Kefauver. The Senator from Ten- in this regard to the late President ,' team last season 46 13C 46 Oz.ConJT2C
excels he
Alt 1l1r L. Kelly, son of Mr. and In baseball where he
with the coonskin has shown far Roosevelt: and almost everyone who knows
nessee cap
Mrs: C. S. Kelly of Brooker, re'enth has letteied for five years starting
the voters than him seems to find him an attractive and .
. pulling among lIut..swhile
. more power I graduated from the Aviation his high sihool catching iSS HSSBSSrJBBfiBiQr.
any other aspirant to the biggest job in the compelling personality. In many respectshis Electronics Technician- '! till in the eighth grade
setback views along the President's, but there under ,or.- DUCK SuperfreshMAYONNAISE
world. He has suffered only one severe go Electornirsman School at the U. S, which was permissable
when A\'erillllarriman beat him badlyin are important exceptions. For one thing I NavaL: Air Technical Training ference rules at that time He
His he believes in taking the waste out of gO'ernI i made the baseball all-district team
the District of Columbia primary. I Cent 'r. Memphis Tenn. He env' .
As he proved extra- four of those fiveeai"-*. missing I S E 49C
ment.
reputation as a crime-buster and an implacable a vote-getter, tried: Naval service in April 19r:
thi' first Hi was also captain -
foe of corruption is a tremendous ordinarily able in his run for the governorship ;, :and received recruit training at.only this yearIn
baseball team
ot the
asset. But the Administration wants no A poiltical unknown, he carried the the: :Naval Training Center San addition to his athletu hon

part of him. has gone all-out to stop him, state against the powerful GOP machine by Diego, Calif HP: has now been( Vacuum Packed

and that will probably prove fatal to his 500.000 votes.Last transferred: to the :Natal \u Sta '

ambitions. but certainly not least i is a con- tlOll.: :Norfolk V
Richard Russell. Senator Russell is well- fident, tough man named Harry Truman. PHONE 218COLO ASTOR COFFEE F 79C

liked in Administration circles-he has Some still think he would accept a draft IAI
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voted for most of the Truman proposals. But Stranger things have happened in the :strange:

the professionals doubt that he has enough world of American politics. LIBBY'S Corned

FLORISTFLOWERS .

Yes, It's True What They Say About Dixie I j Oz. \

Manning I left I and BEEF F HASH 16 19C

Fewer farms-but better ones: that seems to be the trend today consists of 150 acres: of :
brothers
How".jIanlllllg an in FOR ALL OCCASIONS
the South, just as it is here in Bradford County which 36.5 acres are dt'"oted'Latrst ,
throughout t the: .WI" ;.1 iiil! are M>n ot :Mrs
figures and data furnished by the Departto croplands.: The average .. Free Ice Tea Glass With
census Vi'Iin H :\I.mlling 01 StarkeTh.u +
ment of Agriculture show that during the decade. 1940-50!) Jar!! has 10b;: cattle valued at add!',''-i'' \ppt'arl'd i itieiltl .

the South' farms decreased in number by 11.8 per cent de$1.alO.. and other l livestock:: l\ ,r. the Tdt'grlph (j) : Lb.
( 'md 1 Ilol"tr1hwtl l )? A S TORTE 47C
creased! in farm workers IJ18" percent. Yet, in the; same |: The average farmer athad aIlerlOd

the South farms increased in total l acreage (including >i cash income jn 1951!); Of $:t/!) jo ADDRESSESOF
pastures and woodlots) by G.2 per cent in tractors by 2.1 1.a anti a "worthwhile" bank ac- DISH GARDENS ---- -

per cent, and in expenditures for li"estockUti poultry feeds count INTERESTi i I POTTERY For Amazing Whiter WashesTIDE

by :358 per cent. That'an encouraging re- Fo-tei F Reynolds, ENC. USS I'I IBotetourt.
These figures indicate fewer port and we're proud to know Norfolk Va. POTTED PLANTS
but larger farms; less ; that Bradford County farmers ,
Clarence Rhoden. 1112 HiramSt. C
acreage devoted to row crops) WltJ 9L6D have had a part in building .. Wichita. Kan. FLO'EilSlRED /2
and more to pastures and livestock up such an impressive array I ANYWHERENona LGE.
nr HILL I'.ULSON Kaspar Duncan 1101 Chft?n
of facts and
; less hired help and figures. ,
[toad.E.: Atlanta Ga.Sk' S: Starke
more machinery. During! the past two years
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i Billy Dansb>. :NMM6'x.r: :: l
Much has been said about ; 1Li Bradford; growers have grossed .
14th ru 1RMC" -- -- -
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the growth of the South'slin1stock close to a million dollars

industry, anti the ) tJ annually from so-called row l ___ .

census figures bear this out. craps Strawberries, sweet
As a whole the South owned corn, and tobacco have been

as of January 1. 1952.; the leaders, but a comparatively GOOD I' :
27.881000 cattle-:r.7.7 percent new crop (to this section lEA rdRITEm. BEE

of the nation's total. )-pepper-is beginningto CO/IIG tSIRLOIN
}Here again Bradford Countyis challenge the old standbys. ic-

following the -eneral trendin \-- With two State Farmers -
improvement of its live L Markets now' located' in Bradford :At S'
stock. ''flt (the only Florida county i.i Lb.
To prove that the average) .'- .- J rl to be :so favored) our growersare : 1; .i r L I STEAK S 89C
Southern farmer's economic in the enviable position of

position has been bettered, having marketing facilities:
\\lij is it that mostomcu
the census shows that 1.7.17071 ,- second to none for the productthey
don'trar slatks until tln j'ethem
of the South's farm arenow grow.

operated by the owner uttlruttn ? Though it now has MUM.IIsieable ] CHUCK ROAST HAMBURGERPound
and only 905.tt'M ;). I
(or manager) ; industrial pa rand >'!-
by tenants. This represents to; pay off mortgage's am I
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( we hope for moie in < i>
increase of 12.1
an percent buy new equipment and stock
among owners and a ho; Southern farmer ha;:\ future) Bradford ( '''tit: \ ,\ Pound

decrease of :37.5 cent virtue of its i ,,'. 6SCj 59C
per banked a tidy :sum. In 19K! ) product i\t' s< -
among tenants.As I deposits in' country bank:; still: l dependent on agruu\ !' .!" II

far as cash farm incomeis (towns of less than 15000: i for the major part ot It... n-! F YV..y'c .___ .....
concerned, the ten-year totaled $1.8 billion. In 1951! ()) come and will be for) man ,

period has seen an increase of 1 the total was $5.02: billion. years to come. That i is \\ hwe ,\. FIR the kind ot performance; that: niakjs Wilson's Corn-King Sliced Grade "A" Quick Frozen
$2.5I J billion in 1910 to ::: .1'' "The Progressive h arnher", take: such pride in the ; I

billion in 1950; -a )gain of 2oO; in a recent article interpretin:! census report showing thet you proud of your car, drop by and I let

per cent Besides using a the census figures) :says tha t farmer's phenomenal progress) us till your tank with B A CON FRYER BACKSPound
part of the increased: earnings) the average) Southern far during the past ten year: I


With this i issue the Telegraph months-old niece for an after- A CROWN GASOLINEor : Pound
its 71th noon. All went well at first ; 49C 19CI
enters
) upon ,
In Fewer WordsHeader's then a crisis arose and the I ?
year of continous publication.Somehow sergeant) put in a frantic callto I,

we don't feel a bit his uncle an ex-baseball ,,- il
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older than when Volume 1. player. "First." said uncle CROWN EXTRA
Number 1 was brought) forth : Digest): tt>llthi: :-: "place the diaper in position Land O'Sunshine Lb.

-with who knows what birth I one : A Marine sergeant home of a baseball diamond. with BUTTER 15C J
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pangs-back. in. July 1S79. I un It'an'a:, unexpectedly! you at bat. Fold second: base the South's most popular ga ohnev The

left!: in charge of his three- (over home plate. Place babyon dependable motor fuels, plus the '' --
While national 'polities i is pitcher's mound. Then .
keeping our noses to the pin first base and third baseto ough type of service we render j-j-j! Superbrand Colored QuartersMARGARINE
screen (1'SlTl'en( that is), 1'11IT: EASY "
AM n LIrE! home plate. Believe it or you of carefree, low-cost transportat.:x:n.
let's not lose sight of the fact
not-it worked Lbs.
that Starke has an election It II.IH tarn surestril that I E 5 99CCrisp

coming up ata)-on September only' the undertaker. lM-nt'fit Its encouraging to note We carry a complete stock of famousATLAS (
9. be If"ou're
to exact.
from business leailrrhti insist that Farris Bryant theounjr Tires and Batteries, Warranted
be to :
a newcomer sure
register before the books on iliiim: c\prjihin j thetnseles Ocalan who'll be speaker of by Standard O-l Company and sold and Calit.
and who won't take time serviced 38,000 Atlas dealers.
by o\er
close on August. 9. the 1053 House i is known as
off fur relaxation.Ualph Lbs.
J. (Coriliner presiliiitof "Mr. Economy" among hlcolleague.i LETTUCE E 1 29CF
Apparently the new laws, (;iener.ll Kleitrio points out He[ was a leader,.i j
cracking down on irresponsible the n that excellent Ilt'rf"rlllanl'| i is among economy bloc: in I
parents who are quite the last
legislature and
not h.ht"d on "star" |Ilt'rr..rmt'I' <11'parently -
content to let the state support ,
hut on team\\ork where hasn't lost any of "e J.
their off prilH!. are having his zeal for
savingthe tax-
e\er shanks the
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a beneficial effect. The bility and authority: rt'"plll1..i- n lYer' dollar. Bryant spoke Thomas Truck TerminalHALF Green Top Bchs

rate of illigitimate births in In other uoriK: get .smart here recently at a civic cluh r CARROT 1 19C
Bradford County showed a K-0 slower .11t>>> better: and made a very favorable MILE SOUTH OF STVIIKF
decline la tear for the first and Rite longer- impression on those who ON Is. JIH /
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FRIDAY, JTJLY 18, 195! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAIiKE, FLORIDA FACE TUP'HAMPTON '

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..TTTTTT.'T.\'y111 ,day to be near her husband. The ept that part of the Wet :.:! said !K..uth lir.- ..r Pratt !Street above named Court and cause and once each week for four consecutive r .ipprari !Stair! Of Klnrida Toygmimt -
Marrying Kind'i I fen of said r.lfrk 3. dfscrib I 142 feet for point "f beginning; you are required to serve a copy oft'I weeks in the Bradford ('c'untTt'I4'. / Cool, .. who.. c-
Sgt. Charles \\". Wilson of \(11.\\ i in Deed flunk 43.: page 4o'! 7.i : thence 'ojtmiie West along your answer or pleading to the graph a n.l/ address is ;..i!> xnth S.tcksun -
at'' Plays At Florida i> ,ng, within :r,3;: feet Southeasterly aid South line of Pratt :Street complaint on the Plaintiff's Dated thS: Hnh day of July 1't.2.,1OFFICIAL ; : Heights: N. u V.nUYou
mington. Ill., who is stationed ',,i'f: the following! described: ditch survey rr. feet ; thence South I 12* 3 feet Attormy. T Frank Landruni.Starke ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ; ar. ,it

i the Patrick Air Base in Cocoa, Sunday And Monday \ line : Beginning on the West to the approximate r..nl..rlinE'I, Florida, ('Inkf the Circuit Court j I..1'.nc'!.. 4. T< I
l line of Christian Street at a point ,.f present dui h: then'in an and file the original in the office of By Ma i (ia n I. Crosby. Deputy Clerk i ''iirt 4nd -i ,i
By Mrs M. C. SweeneyWLL ; spent a few days recently at the I ::,101(' 62:! feet North of the Southeast Easterly direction along! said the Clerk of the Chum Court on 7'11 4t .! 1 -e. ks .111'1'| "<

home of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Judy Holiday who received the .rn-r of said Block :3.: Dowling approximate centerline of present or before the hililn-n ..11,1 i i"ountv
I Subdivision, theme run South: iir ditch 57.3; feet : then.-e North 11th day of Augu-t 1-.C! ; In Ctrmit I mm. 1\1'8.1..1 CWntr, < Ti 1 It gt ,11: '
.. .. .. & .... & J.J.J.J.J.J.J.J... J.J.J.j Parker.W. "best actress" academy award for
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I ::'4 :3t'Vt'.t :3441; : feet to the Kast 15 3 feet to point of beginning otherwise the allegations of said ,, ri rM*; In Cttacrrrr. ( '"It I' i-i tit xt :

Mrs. M. C. A. Saxon left Friday evening her role in "Born Yesterday". line of Orange Street at a point and lying in City of Starke. C"mplaint111 be taken as n'nft.s-I f I Kay. Nan Ir.\\; n. Plaintiff vs 111 d". Witness m\ i (
Sweeney left Sunday back the of the Florida' 12fi: ; 04 feet North of >..uthwr.I corner Florida in SW'4 of X" of ed by you. It' r.tttlotion, fe'id.int .'' Star'I'. | i' .
evening for a few weeks visit for North Carolina where he I on screen of said Block :3.\ Dowling Suh- Section !S, Township 6 South, This notice shall be published Case Xo "::.I i .: :-:I' \
, Theatre Sunday and Monday in di\i"|on ; containing :22: acre, niorr Range 22 East, once each week for four consecutive Order of PMlilimii And \.lle. To \ -
with relatives in Philadelphia will work with produce. j or less.Is lying within i 7: feet Northwesterly weeks in the Bradford County Tele Appear: "ilale Of FloHJa '! <>: I \I

Penna. Miss Grace Dickinson oq Miss Jean Parker spent the another comedy hit. "The Marrying Owned !?)>' : E J Dowling and of and within S3:: feet Southeasterly graph. clvde Horaie Int.; \\'n. whose i.si-: \ -
Kind" wife, Cleone M. Dowling. of the following "..-.-ribrd. ditch. Dated this10th da> of July. P.-52.: deiice aiul addr ss |t. 1'nKnoHii" 1 k- .
Theressa is staying with Joan weekend in Gainesville. Ben Sax. the "dumb blond" Subject T. Judgment : In Favor of centerline: Beginning the West (OFFICIAL !SEAL) A J Thomas, You air required to appear 11'AuguM V\ I i
I Judy drops It. M. of Christian Clerk of the Circuit Court II. l-! >:2. in the above natp.1\
Sweeney while her mother is away. on was a business caller in Jacksonville [ Carlum. doing business as line Street at a point | clerk'
L Deputy
Man.in Cr..s.y,
routine and becomes: just an aver- Carlton Livestock Exchange dated :301.62 feet North of the :Southeast P\ ( Court and cause, wherein plaintiffse.Ks MitifK 10 trriK I
James Thomas young son of :Monday. j 3/3,38: of said Block 3. Dowling 7 i 11 4t 1 dint' > Bradford > t\ .. ..
girl married to an recorded in Foreign Judgment corner I| n Clri-uil ( nr llr-nll 'd! nunl'
ordinary ,
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Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Thomas, recently I age I Docket 3. page 13$, public records Subdivision, thenrun South 74": Tel] 1'.IIhh.tli III"> lr! "Inrhln j : In rknncrrt
:Mrs.: Ben Saxon was called tc average guy. They face their of Bradford County, Florida. ?4'S8": WAst .44.7.::; feet to the East SOTIIRN"inf Inn."f"I1" tl. K'I: I I I ..
entertained ten of his play I : ; i is hcieb Cii\en; !I" Whomit Witti'ss I tillh.ILI' ) 'i! "ii .
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Houston Texas, by the serious Subject To Judgment line of Orange Street at a point "
heartwarming : In Favorof .,
with 1 ha\- td 1-
problems Concern that '
Slay _
.1 St.ii, K Flor'da I "i',, I ..
mates with a weiner roast observing E: W. Wester dated 6'11 :,1 1 !f.04 feet North of Southwest earner .. \ .J
her min'stratrix ( th K-nte .f Il.iluh:
illness of '
son.
honesty and hair-raising tempers' recorded in Circuit his 11th birthday. Hook 11. ., i division:: r.ilit'uning 1"T; K llazr filid: I mFinal' lep..rt aiulwill AS C'l'! i i k: it1Itv \
I Adkirr'had pag1 I. f the public a'reis tuI
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald | in vivid portrayel of young married records the Imh d.iy of Angus! : .
M.HI.H: I. C\| l.1
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rkI'ha'
Dorothy Hardy daughter of Mr. of Bradford County Florida. t"nr.t p.y K J. h' wli'tg. Jr.. j i'
I r'.12.: to, th. ..11111\ -Isnli-: ( .I ,
: apply
Ad.i 1 K: H-ss : i- ,
Mrs. "i
as weekend guests 'i'ikin's life. Pan-el Xo !i4 lateral Ditch I...ft and wife. D'-rothv DowlingTo ; '. \
and Mrs I Fin.il I'r. hage ."d .\dniinitiati '
as
Douglas Hardy, was' ; P.ldg.: .la. Us- ill I-! ,
:Station lIhif".t .
21: Favor
and co-starred witha .- 52 35. SRD Xo. 94 & Mortgage
father, J. W. Priester, I Miss Holiday i is ix.Tli.s .
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painfully injured last week. Dorothy No !4 i.That. of U c Longshore dated H I Iii >:2 and i o l 'tr ,
the Joth div of Jtll l'i,2.It :!
brother, H. W. Priester of Palat-j new comerAldo Ray-who part of the following dl111..d recorded Mortgage{" Bonk 27.: pageSfirt. .. \ ,-
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was taking a water bottle foil ",' lands: : of the piitilic, re-colds. ..f Bradfotd > lit I ir.-nit l i.urt, Bradford I mint* .
ka. to be a perfect comedy 7ltH'l'O'rJ 1
out of the refrigerator when it I proves Commence on the West line of Countv, Florida Florida : In ('Iua."n. '
I Mrs Wm. W. Hammond and for the blond as well as the light Christian Street where it intersects you and each of you are hereincfnmanded .l.n F Woods. "IM.iiniiti.( .1.1U ,\
fell from her hands. The bottle "I: TO 4rPE4sIn
: the South line of Pratt ; to appear in the entitled .1-! 1'. f. ndaiit uli I
I Cirrnlt ftnirt. 1 1 mil ford fnnnM.
broke and the broken glass cut : daughter, Willow Ruth spent of her life.Following. Street; run West along said court on the 12th! day o f August, I'litrU.i: In fliattrefy. c.-- \ ;,_ \ 1 '
Wednesday of last week with Mrs. i South line of Pratt Street H! 19S2. to show what right title, interest Order III l-nlitlrolion ladollt. To '. I II' I
her foot. She was taken to the the old !sports axiom: ShiileV.\ llardin. I'L:untiff \ -
I feet for point of beginning or lien you, or ny of you.have \l>|ieur; "iaie Of Moriria In I II II I'I I'
1 ; John t Hardin, Ji D fmd.imTo
Daniel
office of Dr. FHos in Starke I Jessie Newell and Mrs. I "Never break up a winning team," thence continue West along in and In any of the follaNirigdrsrrihed I'a-., Nn. N:.:, I I U .l! al I--, : -.1.| t In.\ I i I'' I
said and show ,o.t's.) \ i: T( \ ,, \ T
Raley of Theressa. [ South line of Pratt St. property cause I ik
where four ouches were taken. I II I I the new film has the. !same author.I[ feet; thence South 12S.3 feet 'to 55 why the same should not be taken \tdlee: John Appear.To O Hardin.. Jr. uI .. N.n \ s- n \,., folk, \ ,1.1 1l .

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uurrell Mrs. A. H. Kelsey of Theressa j I the approximate center line of for the uses and purpose s-t.t residence' and address i_ I "> '' 1" .j .{,mired I" ,1'1'| onin i'1 i ,.' I
director cameraman and right on present ditch thence forth in the petition filed herein. .1". -' i it 1 ". ; II' .n 1"n I, in il I II' i i i I Ir
of Hastings visited Mr. and Mrs. spent Saturday night with Mrs. ; in an easterly You are hereby n..nt t : t .1 -1 J t .<. .
direction along said TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration ": "n,1 "-e. uit't.'i i |I' t.ff I i iI '
Frank Thomas Wednesday.Mrs. R. F. Dyal and attended the down the line to the hair stylistsand l centerline of approximate present- of Taking has been filed in (she I suit Divorce forI "' !, 01" 1:1.11I.j'd: n1T" \ t ill t _

I' ditch 57.3 feet thence ahove styled cansby the Petitioner I. :':1.< ,pu6l -h -I h, t'" d'r h" It.I" .
Church here Sunday' : as "Born ; Xorth has been filed agaiiist: l \ 'I>
Charles Hardy and Mr. Christian dress designer .. .. ,
.
12fc3: feet to point of the acquiringauflioritv. of these '. !ill ntl I. ,1,1\ iw'Iit 1"11'- l.t: I .
beginning above named t cult ,11.1 l .1 !" .
and Mrs.y.. H. Bryan of Gaines : morning. j!I Yesterday." and lying in City of Starke, proceedings, of the taking of theabove you are required to seivi .1 "I"\ \ I ;. 1.1 lit .t nil !I' -. ..1.1at ", u
Florida in $\\" ', of XIV described lands for the purpose 1 .II""' F' .1.1 'I" .I : ,.;,: I'', ,',
.f your answer or pleadi-ig' icomplaint
ville recent of Mr. .
.
were guests Mrs Avery Slade entertainedher Section !R. Township 6 !set forth in th" Petition In thiscause 1 'F'FI''II.I. "' 1'\1.' t .1 I oar, \ '.
South the Plaintiff.
and Mrs. In The Ur.-iill ( ....r. Of The Klthlh.liiilliiil : Range 2! vizas righ' of drainage on \ I'bt6'I, I -t'" nil I II I'I 1'. I '
Douglas Hardy. : mother and sister, 'Mrs. Green I East way. .\tb rllt-1. iJi.ix. \\.ililo.t t'' 'Ij"r.
Circuit llriiilfiinl (fount I:, \11., I I.\ I'' dh, T. '. L
lying within 7 feet ditches and h- rrow pits for a 'I'I. pa's 'I"I'
Jim Pope of the University of and) daughter, Laverne, of Maxwell I Pin rid il. innu.. 7!*.*:!. I I and f.t; feet Southeasterly Northwesterly of the of portion of State fad Xo :200.! in l Florida. Faii-il: F.uililMii: : 1 I'I'.. I : 'I ,t'4 i'" ,.1'' ', I.Iiiltld .
fol
Florida spent Sunday with the MrHilford: ('IIlInl. a p.nlll'lt"I! >- I low InK described I TYadford Coiintv. I- ''rida. and Ihat .. ,: 1 ?lIlt) I'I. 01I i P'l In I M I SIT,
ditch
and file in
Sunday. centerli-ie the initial the
; ;: -
di\ l"'ill'l of the Stil: > < f Flit icla.PMitioner (I', ginning : one of the Judges f le Circuit ." ( -I : : i 1 -Ik, '
J.v.. Horne family. I! J I Itouling. .i a1! on the West line ol of the Clerk of tile 1'u'\ -utt Cot.lt oil v
\s K: I I IIn '
hall her Christian Court in the F.irllh Judicial Circuit
Mrs. Nita Johnsor. as i Street at a point :3016! i or before the
Mrs. Hal Session and daughter Kefendants. feet North of the : of Florida will >n the 2rd: day t
i weekend guests her grandsons. I NOTII 'E (II- TJ1M.R: MS II Southeast corner lltb day .f August, I Iathe.uise PI; : ; \111'11 R TO 1'1'1n
of aid Block of Julv. A.D. 19i! :.2. at 2 o'clock in
the weekend I i IHuiiain I'rncreU- 2, Dowling Subdivision the allegation 'f *.'I d\I In Circuit ..rt. Itrailluril i ..umtr.Flnriihi .
Lindsay spent \otlrr l Of Kiiiiiiriit: ;
Buddy and Garry Singleton of thence run South 74C :4'::II." the afternoon thrrof. In Circuit Complaintill! ; be laKiil :ns co I i.fessed i. : In rfcrr ('In-nit' < "M I '..ri.l.i
with the S. G. Denmarks at Kings- i I hlA'1I 1 \\ .-.t :U4 7.1 feet to Iht'I.'t line nl, Court Chambers in Vlachua County by you. l"i-1 -t.t", K. H.ird'n.' ,P'.ii' \ the Judleiiil.un In t.
Fort Myers In the name and 1Ihl' authority Eighth t "n' I
I Orange" Street: at a point 126.04 fee Court House .it I tint"rillFlory; i This notice shall be puhlii-htil 1 I 1Lutt'I c llaidin I 1 r > in! i' .
.
Lake. : I" "Ia i
ley of the State of FloridaTO ida, consider Far Bra.U..rd nnt> :"" <
j,: Mrs. Jessie Chastain, our commissioner ALL WHOM IT MAY COXVEKX North of Southwest corner of suit I 'aill eilaration of once eai h u e. k for four consecutive I'.i-- N ''.' iatlr Ben F Hall. PlatntitfMoiicrief I
I ,
Rev. Robert Gray had charge Block :3 l, Dowling Subdivision; con. Taking appoint tpraisers aidmake WeeKS\ lit tile Bradford L'uUllt \ To Appear.To t
and EUIII.1 :
and
all part. !- '
Lake AND to persons
had business in taining .01 such order 1".1'1'1 i II. .
: insproper. .
Winter Haven acre more or less. Telegraph.Dated Margaret c. JI"Iit M 'n "
of the services at Ira having or claiming any right "If.', lIf.I..nl'filiI' -
City recently.Mrs. I Is Owned By : B. Ch's-m and wife. this !Nth day <-t ..Iul1'' ._ Ii-abu.| > aim :ad.'i-( 1 In'' xn V
Rev. Alton Dobbs of title interest es-tate, mortgage' oroth..r Katheriae \1parl\ !' to th. suit and alloarties
Sunday lien to or on those certain parcels ChismSubject (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J Thomas You are h,r'it iii.'d '' tt .. OF 'I9'tltl I '1\ IIII( '"
Hall will entertainthe I To inl..r.-I.! inattirii anti I'Iik of the 'irdlltY Com suit for
Lynn Mortgage In favor III i; i
Starke filled the Baptist pulpit ] of land hereinafter describedand \II
be heard at the time and ,,
Farmer A; Merchants Bank date I "Iu. designated. /: )Iarlao L 1 -I.| \ l >.pntv, clerk 1 iMM.I.e ,. .
Christain N.- I :
Ladies Council l of the the following persons tngrthrwith ,
here and was a dinner guest of V21 52 and recorded in .Mortgagi 7 11411 I r has It.". n filed :.).-." M.I i, thabove .> dn', ,
all unknown persons claiming \ t lo I II- I -
Church Thursday of next Book 27. .172: ; It is further ordered that this named Con it ami I and ,
on page of the I > .ii-i
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burke. publii ,
I known .1 '
I by through or under persons "(,ice be publish '' ; ? 1 tin ':
records of radford County, Florida oneraeh w'ekf i Minn: TO \rinm 'you ate r. '1Ilir.1 l 'i.M. .1 i .spy|, of .
who dyad who notknown 11 1 I' 1'! :ti I
are in
Mrs T. J. Alderman and boys, ,. week. are or Subject To Mortgage : In Fator 01; for the next four consecutive vv.-ks,, i iln rirmit Court, llraillont Countj yll'our{ :In"1'.1' )1,1.' .nlmg, (r. the ., 1 __ "
be dead: alive 1 I' .Ind"i iMasf '
I to or : 'j.
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onimem ing .I u 1\ 11. 1"!':T,2; in Bradford I
visited her Stich R. C. Longshore dated ::1! 152! : d j I'lorliln! In Ch.inrrrT. I complaint en 'In "p.n. tiff's ,. .
T J. Jr. and Billy I| Mrs. Geraldine and daughter I':. .1. Howling. Starke, Florida : anreenrd.d County Telegraph. I : I --bal .
in Mortgage Book 27. <- a dulyqualified .lames c.ri.itt SnutllrPhtintit Attor-n > IIat.;( SI .dd. A 'latidler. .
sister. Mrs. \Veatherbee. at Bran i Mrs. Patsy Smith and son o'f I f'leone M Dowling. Starke. Florida.. :.6fl. public records of BradforCounty. pag I weeklyiewspnp> r published \ ... -Anna Mai ie :Sni.ill.Defendant, \ \ I'aiul\ Itnibling., I Can.xill.. 'd i I di. -" -
ICarlton Livestock Exchange, i/o H.ill. in Bradford duintv, FloridaWITNESS "I'1 r i I' .r -
1 Case No. ?:26 U<' 10'1"11.1.' .,
ford over the weekend.A Jacksonville! visited Mrs. StichV arllon. :3943:: liak Stt'aet..1a4 k- Florida.i'arcrl I","'II' H, -1f1I" \'
IftlIa".1 ,
and the Seal I
X... !o6 Lateral Ditch LefStation Satire Tw Al'penr.To land fil !11);. g.r.d, in the uffi't if .
group of ministers from I i sister-in-law, Mrs. Verna Young sonville. Florida E.V Wister, 21 .">:!.:5::!i Pan I:1:1:l: X< whose residence is I unknown : HM'hism. I I :al. I II.
Julv. A II l l.l'! : .
of Birming j 196 & S7That ,lesid, n, e a'id adds .,; is: 107; AI i- i or before the .
Southeastern College and family. I '. tllrkt'. FI.., Ida ; Katherineli'hism j! OFFICIAL' ( SKALi. \ J Thomas, I 11. I : ,I.. ,
beit .
part of, : Avenu.Sym use, X.Yurk i nit i ii.iv -i t uiK-ii-t.! ittr.L1.! ,
at the Chris Starke. Florida: Farmers & 'lerk i f circuit Court ol l lI f .1" I :..1 I I..nol "
I
ham, Ala. preached You are hereby notified that i a otherwise" all'K.itions! of -.1)
.
Together they all enjoyed a picnic I Merchants l"ank. Monticello, Flori- A parcel of land 3c f. ,1 E.ts liradfoid: Count "Florida d I I '-.
church in Lake Butler Monday and West on the North side. 1 I suit; forUnor' Complaint w 'il;1 J. taken' ,,. ii-nli--- .. ,
tian ]! dinner at Minnow Pond. ida I ; 1 K. J. Dowling Jr., Starke. Flori- am34f 7; II H'I i iJ I I uII I I'I "\111" I
e, i-ustody and control o f -d by } 1111.
Rev. W. C. Burton 1 da : Dorothy It. fiowling, Starke, : > feet on the South Side an I, 1 I e ai'it t 0,1.1 0I 0-
evening Mrs. Jessie' Chastain spent I Florida ; It. C'. Longshore, whose 177; feet on the West end and SI:4 I 1'iiiior\ ,1111111'11 This notice, shall b. publiMn>> i I I n, \ 'I'I
with Rev. Fred ; feet the ::1 J :> orirnla 'tll I"H has been filed against you in th I' 1 once eat h ue. k for four conwcutiveI '
of Hampton along residence is P.elton South Carolina. on East. nil. boiindei I of Sla-.r. "FI. '. I.I. I.
Saturday and Sunday with her" i' i on the North Circuit Court, Bradford ronnt, at.nalll.,1 Court and cause amou weeks III the Brulford: County Telegraph ,
by Pratt Strecon I
of Keystone Section :2-ii l-ll2 State Road -'OU: bi I II'r..r n t ti
.
and I
Dodd family I'lnrtilas Cfcnneery.Walter required to f
> ate serve a copy o
sister. Mrs. ,, I Andrews in Uradford t'ounty. th.1'1<1 I by the \\-t line o f i ription.. "I'll.1 I \" : '
A DM, kens. Jr. Plaintiff! ''II'' all.\\"r or pleading to th f' /'al..1 tins :n\i\ il.i\ ..f July I'! .-
Heights attended. '! j P.ircel. Xo. !W.' lateral Ditch Left I I, t 'nnnR, on the East b;I' j ..f said T.lk ",
Starke. is Iarn.tiii.I: I DiiKens, II.fnd1LM l ion )plaint on the Plaintiff'u'ntn" :01: OFFICIAL SEAL! A. J ThomasClerk I ,
Mrs. 13.'iiel Raley and children j :i !'.a.lolI1: 3.35:;;; ( Part ) SltU: : Xo.' Christian Street and on th ant 'a,.- Xo i'i.v: ,p T'rallk I..t indiiinSi.ulvc. I t'I of the Circuit Coiir'By Township c: s
I| Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Alvarez 90. Xo. 91. 9!, South by Dowlin s Addition ii i I I I East, tog' t Hii II i .
and I \" To \ "fie''r ) Florida Mari.ui !L CI.M.> Deputy Ci| rk
Pat and Audrey of Theiessa the Town of Starke; Florida I,.
That of I. h I.i
land children Alton. Donald "Lar- part : ToK.ir "M-stme M I I'I'! krti. Wlll.s. and file the original in the office o f 7/11 41 S 1 j ua nls
Gainesvillewere I P.lock 3: I'owling Fuldiri jsjun.i and being in the SW'4f XWof belonging ., '
Mrs. E. T. Bennett of 'i j residi'" .mil) .iildi--' ,i- 1'1 \loor.Stle. the clerk of the Circuit Court i.or .n j I' !
of I ry and Chf't)1. and James! and i' according to plat recorded: in Section 2S! Township C :South' t. ., fId, | Vo'Ml; Ci-.l,| || 1 before the In ( Ircoit (.'urt. Bradford C'oust?'. pertaining
Tuesday dinner guests I'j Plat Hook Xo 2, Page 14. Public: I i Range 22 Ea't. 1'I I Vou )L. l-'lorlila I Ceorge L Pat, n
Earlene Nazworth were in Cedar \ an i t' lij lu.rf.t( th.it :I i I llth day of August. H'Tiothiiuise ; : In f'Iianrrr> 1
| records of Cradford' (' I EXCEPTComnieni: e on Wei s t I I Special Mastt r
Mrs. Wm. Hammond. i I ''UIII\ I vim frDlVol I ,the allegation : ..f saw I il Lin > n.i iVdro., I'lainuff, vs. /> g
was i j Keys Sunday. Florida being a portion (.f Wi. i lineof Christian Street: uheiit 1 l i,'I'I'| f f Complaint will be taken\ as "'ii.cd niiiiit .c. tin., D -ulaiit' ''A J Thomas, Ji. .1... It'll \\
Charles Frockmortonvho I of XW of Section 2V. Tau III ''ntei'r'tthe South line .,f i "niioi !i' ..II' ',. l I.y you.Tins 'a'No. '.<.:4':,, Ma. k S Flitchttoim) \s foo' I I11ft.
i Carlton Cha talnj '
Mr. Mrs.
T. Thomas sawmill and j ship 6 South, Uanpe 22:: I Pratt Strut run \\ '--; .iloti,*' ,. f.; :; '
injured at the B. a"'t. \ 1 has I.5: 1.1' "ii t .1.t''I 1\i tI''i notice shall t>e p'ltilishe 3 Order Of PuMimlUn nil Notice Ti i,

several months ago has entered 'j were recent callers in Jack on. I

the Alachua General Hospital vile. ,

once more. Mrs Frockmor I I J :Mrs. Les Brown is entertains

her sister Mrs. Nettie Mitchell,
Mon I
ton moved to Gainesville on
from Georgia and together they
*
spent Sunday with Mrs. Emory

Sparkman in Jacksonville.Mr. I nF

I and Mrs. H. Wiggins and
GASOLInE I "GOSSIP"I i

son. Joe. and daughter, Mrs. Serve Coke

"Shorly"- George Williams were in ,)1('- I

By Clenny Sunday.Mr. t

and Mrs. Edward Saxon and Iti

FREE GAS I* wt FAIL daughter of Cocoa spent several r

TO THANHrow! days in Hampton last week.

I"1 Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Underwood


| of Parker Gainesville on Saturday.Mrs. visited. John II i I ,, with good things I I.t


11111)) H. Wiggins and daug-h.1

.. tor. Mrs. George Williams

G in Jacksonville on Friday ol last: 1 y X. < Y


'week.J. M. Minton of Tampa is spending


"They've-, ,---been-, "'sweating"" a few days with D. W. Johnson t to eat I Ia


; Mrs. John II. Father, who is
it out for 30 years !
employed at the Farm Colony 1

I --- _" _'" : near Gainesville\ spent the weekend : I&1: .a ,f .' --
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It won't take long for you to ':I with her husband. : ;;. '

I Buddy Wadsworth and wife of i:'
realize that our attention tc ,
Bunnell spent the weekend with -
your car will meali greater
i his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
savings to you. V
\Vads\\orth. 1 1i 3, e e

Y YTYY YYYYT YYTYYYYY YYY Y Mrs.v.. Thompson and son.

Billy of Gainesvile spent Monday
\,
LIBBY with Mrs. Thomas Brown. They

also i ailed on her aunt Mrs.Thornto.i Coca-Cola adds its own

Sales & ServicekAA.AAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAl.AAAJ John I e >

Tommy Kitchens of Gainesville I


JII spent kson the,;. weekend Sunday with callers the at W. N'I :... a delicious flavor lo the tasty thing:c

Kaiser Frazer Henry-J Jackson home were Mr. and Mrs. j, ._. ,

1)FLILEItS111PTemple J.v.. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs i j i J ,.
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Ave. J .h. 32 B. L. Finch of Gainesville ,

Mrs. James Gnann and children i & .a. that tempt your guest-t .

and Miss Emogenc Hall visited |
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA
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II I 1 1t Starke Bride-Elect I J Junior Woman's Club Par ke-r-I--.e-lle-v: Ar: Ki..roe Base chapel l. Gn."ending '.

I Ii Honored At Shower Their Held Party Yesterday \\. (c
t I II edding Announl *her ',\, '

II Mr A L. Crosby Jr. and Mrs !I Marriage .r.., *, \\oiia" (. .Ft--. \

E. Walters entertained on Wed i .!1.-er hurt! X1 -, I "l

I re>day July u. with a miscel- 'An Event H / -..:.- Thusda.'.
I lanerus bridal shower honoringMiss iI. .
; ':
I Madeline Crosby bride-elect Of June 2 '.<\:: 1 Ir
Gladys Mooty t .
.1 of August.The '
I J" > : !III: d ( ickt r ,: I
I'hwie 33 living room of the Crosby "-t d rom t1. buntnj .: ,.

. --- -__- __- _- __ ________ hone was attractively decorated :, Moni folk( ng S','. ,! : aT pa 1 I'
with bouquets of zinnias Near .' ,
was : ,
t'njoyt"
Jnl \ Id i I : !'
Madeline I the center of the room a card ..
First Christian Crosby set up on t. put i \ t' 1 j. II' I \
table, with streamers of pink and
the lake
\ r I'I"
Church Is Host Engaged To "h't: crepe paper reaching from t, ; :. '.'

Elmer A. :hi ..all to the table, was placedr .
To Youth ConventionThe Jones Mrs. Lomia TillisMrs (:!
the grifts The chair for then '
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first Christian Chun) will 'I t honor was cleverly dec : Lomia Till'- ,.'. ,11 ,' \ ", I' i
be host to the North Florida ora'-' .n a like manner. i'H
day in a Jalk.\: !i: r
Youth Comtntion Monday: night, A' .1 n evening of fun Mis Mr. and Mis! and funeral !er\nts ... h, : >
E. Bradford 1 L,1t ii i
July 21. rv 'I'* pened the many lovelyau I Saturday afternoon! a i I' I ,',n , nat .
r. i ,'-'\'il gifts which she re I ke whose !lId i ,, t ..
attendingare I the Seashok Puntt
All young persons I it! Ptt''s:
took
't-n 'it Immediately following nage ;> ,11\
asked to bring a covered dish MrTll'! : ;" .\nui'uru ,'1':t'it w bfiiu ,I.
thi ,I' shments were served June 29 in 11.:: wa a nat.\e; i P: "J'm : i: i
and the hot church will) furnish )First: Methlthst. \id" ti ne' ,n I"-,;.,: County and ol tae marriage of M 1.-- IVn i,
: "' town included : )
uu guests
the: drink and desert Supper *, I C1urch.11! 1 ,y iiioved to Jacksonville :S.5 \e.irafro (;Jii'tfiia: Ki'lleot Dallas, Itxi-
will be at 7:30 p.m. and the business wage Mrs Mike Tilgham and Miss Bar i, Locke J. 1"1 ; irom Bradford! Cmmtx She : 't.> A-:2r K.iMiii'nd: K Park-1 son I',, a" ..- ,
bara gnu Tilgham of Gainesville! i is tht: ,, .'.
e \ l'I ,1/
will at "
meeting begin for'mer.ns" Sha.* 0 ."' -. is survived ha s, n P \\ T 11of : of Mrs: lottn Parker of .1 11. !ksun .
Mrs :Mat' Collins and Mrs A L. I .1 I v -
o'clock.All Stevens Waldo'Irs, Richburg ron Hall of t : ",_ t ( Cleanvati'i, :, d.ll1 i -;h'. r 11!I'r t 'ill'1: 'i,1":1- ,,: St.ttkf The lilt! !' I I. ,'.1.1I I

young people are invited tc H I Starke .. ?'' Minnie N'I,u, tt. if 11 h\ I
I Hardx Pompano Beach'Irs. ". .
come. I' \ I tun t>roth, i I" i. K; 'I,lInl'\' Tn k"nII. ( ''i J.q\I.1 i,n :\1..1) 'I i I 1.\i ( s \\ \j t
H, Mo t, Mrs J. W. 1.'Uy'Ir!> I :.r ,'t.. .1.; '., ......... t }, I ] .. ,im! h' s < ; l'j '" ," 1 1'i.'! I I i i." ""n 1',' i ii ,
H. P. Mrs ''' __
I L ['val Mrs Gainey I "
BPW Club Plans E B Crosby! all of Brooker, -- C.t\; i > ''! :.

Monday MeetingThe 4sa Walt"rof Mine: : Man Middle Ann Village and Yvonne N. Y. Baptist WMU Met MYF Enjoyed Social I

regular meeting of the Others enjoying this affair with : Tuesday AfternoonThe Tuesday EveningThe

BI'W Club will be held at St. Ed- the guest of honor were Mrs E I
ward's recreation hall Monday 44 + y !s..N! 1t!. Lawstn.'lrs.. Chester Wie.'lrs.. program and business meet Methods Yit'i' F ll""\ -- .

o'clock. .. +., !r WilhiMae: [ Denton Mrs T. C: ing of the Baptist WMU[ was held of the First Methodist ('hut ult: i ;
7:30 gas
at
night, July 21 : +a ca: f I
All members are urged to be pres Hazen& -'lrO. A. L. Crosby Sr.Mrs .. in educational building Tuesday Starke enjoyed an ,H t. .i' 'I M *
Mr[ and Mrs A L. CrosbSi : :Martin Land'lr:,. Carl afternoon with 33 present. social at the Methodist Ir1 r'-i'.I''II I i I

announce the t-ngagement and ap Robins. and :Mrs R L Morganand 1 The Helen Masters circle I Hall Tuesday evening Jnl. t 1', 1 nr

proaching marriage of their II | daughters Joyce' and Jut.ly. had charge of the program. The After churning the ice < ittnn.. savers
( daughter Madeline, to Elmer A. '! circle
program chairman Mrs C. young people were led I in MII I
areplanning Jones of Tucson, Arizona. The .I Clark had a: her topic "Lib- singing and games by I th re< I"' .
you Van ParrishTo
ent.I ,wedding will take place on August Edythe erty and Justices For All" with tion chairman Harry Green T*> Kingan Boneless and Skinned Canned

,,15 in the Emry Park Baptist; Wed E. L BrownS Mis F. B. Beard assisting The was another in the series of 1'it,I ,'

I F I' Church in Tucson j S ,... lt\'qtlOn< was given by Mrs E C Nights spinsored by tnt F.IS-

a new Miss Crosby is a former teacher Pn..-t followed by prayer. What Methodist Church during the :sm i/u, 3 Lbs. 8 Oz.Can .

home i lof Bradford County and has t tin Bible has to say on "Freedomand mer months every Tuesdat PICNICS $2.91
taught for the past three years| Justice" was given by Mrs ping,

[in Lordsburg. New Mexico. Sheis Oark. followed bpraxer.
I' :
of
or any other type a member of Kappa Delta Pi,
Mrs S. E, Sparks WMU president Episcopal AuxiliaryHeld
national honorary society for
building call on us presided at the businessmeet
I students in the College of Educa Monthly MeetingThe
,
ng at which regular reports Superite Brand WhiteMEAT
tion. Delta Kappa Gamma na-
were gi\en. The meeting opened
: tional society for outstanding regular monthly meetingof
McMURTRY .
with prayer by Mrs[ T. K. MeClane
of the Woman's Auxiliary of Square
teachers, and a member Epsilon tfark's
Mrs. Sparks named the
[ Sigma Alpha, !social sorority. Episcopal church uas held! Cut 30eLb.
nominating committee as follows:
Thursday afternoon at the hour
BUILDERSKeystone member of the
Mr. Jones is a ( Mis! o B. Flynn, Mrs. C. G. Priest. .
and Veteran of 1 of Mrs Cara Quatlebalm at Kings .
I American Legion Mi Dave Paulk, Mrs Jesse! Newsum. .
rl
World War |I l ley Lake During the absence "f
Heights, Fla. Foreign Wars! During ,. :Mrs Maxie C'arter.Ir. ".
He now I ithe president, the vice-prisident:
{ is
ill he was in the : avy Ft 'ink Landnim Mrs W. L
Grand Central !birs. Della Hoover, pr*'sided.
ESTIMATES employed by the II ] \ndK\vs and MrsH. A. Lawson. Armoui StarFRANKS
I where the Jack :'Wlf'rho was sent ti
{ Aircraft Co. in Tucson ,
Tier meeting closed with
CHEERFULLY GIVEN prayer
I
.
Camp Weed by the auxiliatv l couple will reside. 'I,. Mis! L. D. Haines.Woodman's :. ,r All
I! a short report on the aituflus o
riioxnKKYSTONE Dr. and Mrs C. C. Mendozai the camp.
I 5Se
Meat
: 3581: DAY i and :Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville Circle I After a short business St s.i"n
:
KEYSTONE 2431 NIGHT I were Sunday evening dinner. Meets : Miss Clara L 'aman. a retired rmsjonary Lb.
J. Griffin : Tuesday NightThe .
T.
guests of Mr and Mrs : Ida Parnsh ot Eaileton< I to India, gave an inter i Ming
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iAITUCK'S + I! announces the engagement and! Supreme Forest. Wood- talk on the marriage elehr i ---+- --

approathing marriage of her man's Circle will hold their regular tions and (ceremonies ot f.< Allgood Breakfast .

daughter! Van Ed)the to MrEmoi meeting in the WOW hall Hindus.A .

\ Lester Brown, son of Mrs. Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock. swim and covered dish supi' : Fancy

Thomas F. Brown of Hampton. Plans! will be made to attend was enjoyed during the sn :,d BACON 53C
AUTO CAFE Sunday July 20, has been set 'the district convention in Jack- hour. Sliced
the date for the
as \\'eddingwhich
I sonville, July 21. At this meeting Lb.
will take place at 4:30: o'clock in
( Mr. and Mrs Jesse e\\'sm'
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the drill
team will have their ----- -
DRIVE IN the afternoon in the Hampton 'final practice for putting on the and son, John and daughter. EI \{'. I It
RESTAURANT Church t
Baptist
-- 1! work at the convention. I lynn were in Jacksonville Sunday lona Plain S. R. '
Xo invitations are being sent, or I
Grove 278 will serve as hostess I MUM. '
but all friends of the couple are I I.-
To Whom, ItIay: Ton. .n
SPECIALIZING INBREAKFAST invited to attend the wedding and ,. This i is to certify that 1 ', :," i f .\>, ::t.
reception which follows immediately :| WSCS Meets filed my R" putt in Mi < '". ,
I the <'<>unt\ .lutlK'' and '""' '
In the city hall. |I the I'oiirt for FINAL "IIIsrhI. .\1. .> .F Ft f \i i '
.
I II, The business and program ,Administrator nf thi, I 1-: '
i
I Kd'th :M.uiMtni I iiIMh > our :
nifUing of the Methodist WSCSill .
: I'll.
6:00 A. M. Dorothy Johns 'WedsE. !
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\\ h. heldl llIn T. Hicks ..f C I: I I.it. I ,I I 11 \' \
SundayMiss :: W: lI'do'k i ,n the i him h i ,
Curb Dining Room Service
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[ Dorothy Virginia Johns .- - - - 54.63
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daughter of :Mrs Havana Johns 25 f
Lbs.
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and the late W S. Johns of Starke

lllJNESS .MEN'S LUNCHEON will become the bride of Edward i 3lbs. 39c'

FROM T. Hicks U. S. Navy Cecil Field,
c Jacksonville, son of Mr and :Mrs .Robbins' Hi

SEE OUR LUNCHEON MENU X P. Hicks of Lawtey. fornu-rh Marcal Colored and White ICE BERG

of Chattanooga. Tenn on Sunday

afternoon July 20. at five o' '\lock LETTUCELge L E E
Pkgs C
n the First Christian Church i NAPKINS 2 13
i I
CHICKEN STEAKSHRIMP Rev Homer Swindall will perform 1/ ill Tnfll'S
the ceremony
A reception will immediately Heads .
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SPRINGSHOES
SEAFOOD DINNERSNO parsonage follow the ceremony in the church H IN


Xo invitationare: hdl1gI: I is-u>d s
PARKING PROBLEMS but all ti 'I'ndand: 'iat\! : s of ..

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Iron I Barry Koht. Lowery "

5 Piece mart Compact but t'ornpleto 1'lus (artoon & .Trial ..: -I
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News S ('art .h
Velour "
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CoverRegular I .t'rt- can 85c
Sale Price 139.951 I Tues., July 22- O I.Y Bab-o
I 162.95 H Cleaner, can 12c

I I I PEOPLE WILL Ladies C CHERRY \ P & G Soap, 2 bars 13c

;3{ PieceOccasional ,i Sale Price 149.95 First Quality! -_ TIDE, large pkg 30c
TALK i
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pkg 27c
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Gp. i I (iar\' (,tmnt. Jeanne ('nun HOSE
Room. Brdnxnn Sofa bjM Day JOY, bottle 30c
i I'lu New* A (\irtM>n
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1 Platform l Kotker by Night An Outstanding Jvorv Snr'w, I lar pkg> 27c
1 Walnut End Table Wed.. Thur.-July 23,24:
Hart Furniture Co. Value Sold C mav. 3 rpp-, bars 23c
1 Table Lamp Kie Double FeatureMOLLY -
II Enjoy shopping at Robbins' .You

34.95 I welcomes your account < In Its Own C P. P lioon TOQt'

and invites you Completely/ Air Conditioned for 3 9
With Gertrude Berg
to visit our store this Pie Tin The r..atUanUr and Pa inc Tea fo
down
95c -.AndChicago -
Your Comfort Entire Contents Copyrighted 1950

Week week and get your Deadline 8 Inch Size too East Tall St.

$1.00 Per HAND FAN to keep Aba Ladd, Donna Reed
I Only I I'nces In This Ad Effective Thru
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\f, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ST.XKKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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II' I Mr and Mrs. Levy Canova, Mr*. : firs C. S. Partin returned last i, Mr.. and Mrs Martin Land'rrt' t Mr.
and Mrs N C Carpenter Mand I MrA t I Bab,1'\' t C '1 P II'' i .,n hs: sister, MiMtmt \ '
M. F. Brown and :Mrs. T. F.I week from Boston. Mass, wherE visiting relatives .
: in Mayo } '' ,,
01. and and MiI" C rV '
I family But int;t ::1 1 II'! "t. I I M .I \1 :: :\'
Landrum are in Tallahassee. this I she attended the International I j Sunday.. The Lands also had as n if Ja..k-"I1\1I1, \\ i'' t ->' ',:\ I' -.. i iif .' .. i *. i :II '1'
': evening attending the F. S. U. Convention of Business & Professional guests ('" Monday, :Mi-: D. C '
:' c :Mr: ami! 'I'1
Music Camp banquet and con Women's Clubs. Before Land and son of Ocala. -

cert. Their sons and daughter, returning home, she spent several Mr. and Mrs Bill Parks; and

arc Itd THE NEWS i LeJr.. and George Canova days in New York. sons. Billy and Buddy of Lake

Florence Brown, Martha Landrum Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis left Worth have spent the pat m 'n1''

I' r -, .. 'and Patsy Kucera attended the last Friday for Waynesville. N C. at the Wooten cottage K .
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F. S. U Music Camp the past fh'e' where they will spend two month ley lake I I II
Miss Thomas Gibson of Baltimore Mr and Mrv Don Patrax' and I I II
1 weeks and will return h"me with at the Hotel Gordon. Mr. and Mrs E. D. Ten.f! .
Md. was a guest of Miss daughter of Jacksonville and their
of ,. their parents on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers family attended the huniiin"+ ,:: .1 i I1&&l1 I
jane Patel last week. guest. Mi'-s Bettieue Sexton
Vivian Paulk of Lake City spent and baby of Jacksonville are of the Pine Grove Baptist but '
Miss Betty Lewis of Clarksvale Atlanta. Ga., were recent visitors \ :
last week with her cousin, Sylvia spending two weeks at the Wil Gainesville. on Sunday.
Miss. was a recent guest of Mr. at the Landrum pottage on Kings
I I Paulk. Vivian's parents Mr. and son cottage on King lt'y lake. Mr.| Mr. and Mrs. Don Chall1p.oIli;> I
and Mrs. L. N. Pickering. ley Lake. Miss Idell Landrum re !
'!Mrs. Brooks Paulk called for her| and Mrs. G. K. Bennett and son. Ocala spent the weekend \\ ./. .
Mrs W. D. Sexton and son, turned to Jacksonville with them : ./
ion:, Sunday. Kern, of Tampa will join them this their parents. Mr. and MrL. -.- '
Stevie, have returned to their to a few days. -(
spend 1 Bonnie Sanders ar.d Mr
:Mrs.: .
I weekend for two we'ks'acati:>n Champion and Mr. anllI
home in Atlanta Ga. after spend Beryl D. Casey fire controlmar.is !- \ : rI --- .
and :Mrs.: Allison Hanks: and children Butch Smith has been visiting his Hartman. I -.
"
,ng a week with Mr. and Mrs. spending ten days leave with I of Lake City were guests of cousin, Kem. for the past t\\'( Miss Sylvia! Herndon ?f Vu I I II '" -
Calvin Johns. his wife and his parents Mr. and I
: }If. and Mrs. Dave Paulk at a weeks and will return home with dosta. Ga -pent last w,-ek \\ .'::
Mr and Mrs. L. D. Vining at Mrs. T. L. CaeBenl l who i if
last
fish fry Thursday evening of the Bennetts this weekend the XI. R. Judd family.
tended the Vining family reunionin 1 stationed aboard the U. S. S
week. :Mrs.: Riley Wa! din was in Mrs. Merrill Edward
th'!
Stockton, Ga. recently. BUr- Columbus recently returned frommaneuvers !' and '!
Mrs. \V. II. S.niUi: and daugr.tt-r. Jacksonville Tuseday visitingher dren will spend the weekend with
ton Vining and grandson, Jimmy near Cuba.
Joan and Barbara Prevatt leftThursday sister Mrs. R. H. Bell. Mrs. Edwards' -i-ter, Mn. H. G
Davis, accompanied the Vimngs Mrs. J. M. Mitchell spent the
!| of last week for a visit Gloria Rae Bell return-. Merow in Tampa. '
home and spent a week before returning weekend with her "on-in-law and I
:' in Miami. ed to Starke with Mrs Wasdin t' ( Picture C'raft. tinOil Painting
to their home in Miami. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. I Mr. and Mrs Karl E. Hiupt and! spend two weeks with her cousin 1 I
/ yon paint
Mrs. C. 1... Hill and children have Crews in High Springs. :Mrs: j your'elf.-hulling-!; : I II
I
i i family of Dayton, Ohio are guests ;, Linda Wasdin. j t tn n Studio & Gift hnp. tf I I I
returned to their home in Clear- Crews the early part of the I
spent of Dr. and 'olrt. Calvn Houpt this! Mrs. H. E. Lovelace and MI-F I Mrs. Fred Duke of Miami !
Calif. after three her mother.Mr. was
mont, spending> 'week here with
i week. :Marjorie: Hembrick have returned i the weekend of i
guest Mr.
I
weeks with Mrs. Hill's mother, :: and Mrs.:: Leslie Biggs and I' i' and j
Mr<. Stella Ar.drws and Mrs to their home in Shelby, N. C. after -I Mrs. Glen Duke She took
Mrs Bertha Pearce. this week her I
spending
children are 'I II
I J. \V. Burgess! of Miami: were visit spending: a week with :Mrs. J daughter, Judy, home with her I>
Mrs. W. G. Godwin ami children at Jacksonville Beach. : Mr. and tri. AndrewsI !
ing Guy Lovelace's sister. Mrs j. E. Hjide- who has! been visiting Gail
of Port St. Joe are spending a Ii Mrs J. K. Futch is !spending the I Mr.I and Mrs. G.V. Andiexvs and bran and family. j for the past three weeks. Duke
vacation with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. remainder of the !summer' with her .
I Mrs. Susan Andrews from \Vednes- Mr. and Irs.Of'd Yancey and ] Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan
in < :
:Mrs.: T. X. Limbaugh
Godwin at the State Farm and sister
day to Saturday cf last week} children the weekend in Oviedo
spent spent
with Mrs. Bertha Pearce. I Lakeland.Mr. and Mrs. Robert KaiksdMe:" Mr and Mrs. R. O. Dansby S'mtrd'ilting Mrs. Yancey'3 I| day with Mr. and Saturday Mrs. T.and J. Grit Sn1!' TNt FIIlST TltJfE SPtl1 AN OFffR HAS EFH ItfAF

Cpl. and Mrs. Al Harley and visited Mrs. Adoiph} Gay in St. mother Mrs J. P. Stevens.Mr. I

Cpl. Frank Polke of Camp Le- i and children are vacationing Salti this :i Vincent's hospital on Sunday. Mrs. ,: :: and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr. fin.Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Cone have

N. C. recent guests of I week at their camp on is getting along will as.: weeks II I STOP 5PCNDINC MONIY YOU II NFVfR jeune were I Gay as t ti are spending several in returned to their home in Gaines .trod hon thenet/ 'r'ppoy f Springs. I ""q"'P"n' n ''v' hon. .
the former's parents Mr. and I i i can be expected following! a serimi- Jac'ksnn. Miss with relatives. I yule after spending a month at thai hen valve and n worth rnlaundry n. \I/ ,u, un ,,rid<.t.... P ndtng more you II own n..und KI"I thr d>ffrtrn<. N
and Mrs. Lula :Mott: vacationing; .. ,, 'lU" Spending !I.*$ "'Katt rr you tr 'po"d . and Mr. ng
Mrs. A. H. 91* hoe "
Harley operation. Mr. and Mrs. N B. Rosier werE the Mitchell cottage I or ng o o* .m tit ?na I noil of the job. So ,
I IMr. I I on Kingsley ** \n today for deio.K h tpfo''
Mrs B. E. McRae. !i in Miami.Mr :: and Mrs. C. A. Ceiger and II i in Jacksonville last Friday on I j f 3 yOM o' much ot $* $0 o <*-n '''gt. .nough "t ,UfO. poI''r yaw COM f aMo,d t9 IMWfAU pp.
I lake.Mr. I, ....
Mr. and Mrs. George Clark and and :Mrs: E.1.. Edwards of son Nelson of Green Cove Springs:: | busine.- and :Mrs. J. T. Kinchen and
i
daughter Jane, of South Bend, Daytona Beach spent the weekend !spent the weekend with Mr. and i Mr. and Mrs R.. H. Cox and I daughter of Jacksonville were

Ind. arrived Monday to spend the with :Mrs: Mae Ed !'iiriis: who: returned Mrs J. D. Doyle. j daughters, Cynthia and Pnscilla. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs I I YOU DO IS StT THE PUl ANf"' TURN\ ITONfe '

V. with them "InI tew days Mrs. Ira Harris and con, Gary, i of Live Oak last week with
week with Mr and Mrs. C. !spent Merrill Edward I I8gt. ,tot', off! tow dotinc .wt wo ltJfwur -,_,,;..- .
Ingleright. visit. pent the weekend at St. Simon j Mis. D. L Silcox. Cjnthia is al.sr and Mrs Vito )[Manganellc! / / twid many. cf t''*m.pan.dY-9"S.roll ,..

Island. | :spending this week with Mrs. Sil- have as gu'sts.Ir.:: Manganello r.".f.,"Acttvofo they. all| t>ea longr.>clofhrt. .JWkr1r fOIl MV ....?b.

Mr and Mrs. Claude Crow-on cox. father, Anthony
( Manganello and ,,
..
are spending a two weeks vacation Richard Long of Clewiston ha :Misses: Frances and Judy Mangant '! -. ..

THEATRE touringSouth Florida. pent the past two weeks with hi.: I llo of S. Eramtree. Mas. Sgt. : A"lkTlDff Dtt/U Dl-ALL tint wttnikf JiWJi bI M 'U llk JlwAta l.'r .'r' '. .sKi 1

LittV Miss Paige Claxtor. of I mother. :Mrs.: F. H. Long. I Manganello will report to the j -

STARKE Kile. Ga and Eric L. Moore of Mrs. W. B. Parks has spent the ,I Carswcll Air Field. Texas for reassignment -I'

Broxton. Ga. were guests of Mr: past week with her sonini1and w I :: on July 24th.N .

Dedicated To Community Service and :Mrs.: I. G. Harris last week. daughter.:: and Mrs. Dam- T. Ritch of Miami spent ;

"Movies Are Better Than E\er" For Wedding Portraits rail 'I eron Black in Jack 'n\"ille. She Thursday: last! week with his (: It Pays To Buy General/ Electric From McGriff
Ilullington's Studio, Phone 205. tf plans to return to Jacksonvillr I mother
Mrs. Carrie Ritch. His ;
1 Sat. 19 The three young ladies of the I for her daughter. Kitty's birlhaayi
July -
Tues., Wed.-July 22. 23M : children Dianne and Buster, reI -,
DOUBLE I Southeastern Bible College Teamof i anniversary, July 25th.: I I i .
turned home with him
I' i iI after spending
1i CUM and fUN M s Birmmingham Ala. appearing William E. Cooper and children\ i a month with their grandmother PHO'I29:: ; STAB KE.
I
Darn Mir / SUSPENSE I at the Tabernacle Tuesdayevening |I of Mobile, Ala. are \'isitingh' I II I G. J J. MCGRIFF I F F Florida.
'
Mi West Call SI.
and
STARRETT a TNRIIIERI were over night guestsof W D. Faxon and<< family
< I I Mr and Mis W D. Huif. .1
;
i, Mrs Elmer L. Johns at her i and Mrs. E. J. Flynn.
and daughtii, ', of Atlanta
Ginger ('
SMOKY apartment( on Water Street, and Mrs. E L. I.ttht'anll! daughters I
1 I Ga. spent ]last Fndaand! Tn' ,4ed' I..... ..
were delightfully entertainedwhile and Mrs. W. E. Middletor :'
with :Mr and. MiW r I1.t il It
K'CAWYOW m Starke. They, with other i \'isitrdIrs.:: J. A. Budd, Jr. ::irs I I; GEM ERAl\t\) ElECTRIC
while ,
: < iiiuuh unl tioiii 1 ii Isom I-
-And- 1 members of the Team left early Jacksonville on Wednesday
'ill Brat h
<
J Wednesday morning for :Macon: :Mr.: and Mrs. G S. Nt-w.omr .

NiMI Georgia I pent last week visiting their pnents.
I !
I Franks Pierce of Pompanc I I Mrs H. P. :Move in Orlamli

Beach visiting Elloise Thomasfor : and Mr. and :Mrs.: E. \\'. Newiomr-'

I thud" several weeks. The girls and I in Alta Vista. Byron Newcomi CLEARANCE ONE
I i DOLLAR SALE
: 1 1m\II.kl\ i SQo' Mr and Mrs. B. T. Thomas attended returned home with his i \ ar'nL-

11 1 11. I ( the ball game in Jacksonville after three weeks visit with h, Pat

_.. 1.a Phi"Breey Little Bears" Cartoon -, 'evening. Also at the game 'grandpaicnts. ,

1 111 11F1.TO MR l l.Yf\'N Also' OneRe'Land o(' were Mrr and Mrs. L. N. Picker !I Miss Madge lid.llpt.11'. O'i I a BEGINNING

Also "IIU Hair Raising Everyday: :Mlrwles" and News ing. L. Beasley and Mrs.[ J. \\'. Km' I I 'DRESS FRIDAY, JULY 18

Cartoon & Last i ,!caid are' spending this week at : L 1
Chapter :Mrs.: W. M. Wimberly of Mulberry
etas Buy Now for Present
the Middleton cottage at Cedar: SHOP
land Kit Carbon" Serial I MRS. T. H. HARDING formerly of Starke visited ,i IIe\'s.
:Mr.: and Mrs. A. F. Sauls from ,
MUS. ''L. K. \ i Tuesday to Friday of last week'I ill'. and Mr;:. \V :M: Law'-on of and Future Needs

iI I i Thur., Fri.-July 24, 25 while enroute to Denver. Colo for I I Auburdale were visiting the Law :
i ''
Sun., Moiu-July 20, an extended visit with her son-in- son families over the weekend

M-G-M's love and law and daughterIr.:: and Mrs. 'I I Jimmy Lawson accompanied then I BUY ONE DRESS AT REGULAR PRICE ADD $$1.00GET 2 DRESSES!

JUDY ". ., laugh riot! fj //. -.. Charles Schneider and their son, home for a week's visit.
,
i 0ILIDA l GLENN FORD --- Garry. I I Mrs.! F. H. Howard ha returned\ Same Applies To Blouses Slips Skirts Play Clothes Gowns
;
a I Mr and Mrs. :Maxie: Carter hadas to her home in Daytona Beach Brassieres, Etc.

t RuTH ROMAN Sunday guests at their Kings- after !spending two wrtks'IU:
let' Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletoni .
lake home
I summer : Mr. and
1 :M DENSE PARCELti :Mrs: Leon Hadrick Mr. and :Mrs.: ;i Shirley and Elise Wethenngtoii

I I 1 ... .fI Art Tyler Mr. and Mrs Horace I: of Largo spent last: week with
,
i'IJJ 2 Gowns
I I 2 Dresses Any
f i. UNG Starling :Mrs: \\'. A. Starling I their uncle and aunt. Mr an.11 r,; Any Any 2 Slips

I \ MAIVVTH 7> Miss Hester Starling, and Mr Albert Lee. Donald Wethermstnn

: I ; and Mr Wallace Faulk and children i;: spending this week with the
I ID 8.95 10.95 Cotton and Crepe
AIDO RAY all of Jacksonville and :Mrs: 12.95 Cotton and Rayon

= 1 I Plus Cartoon "I.idy in Red! !I I Tnibv Crosby! of Lake Lees.Mr
Plus "nushoundwT (Mlo : :t ant City :: and Mrs.! John Antlrt'\\ 2.98
3.98
Latest Netts" I I Ono. Keel '".\rt of Archery"NCILIEI Mr. and Mrs. Lavein Outlaw i were visiting relatives in Lake 14.95,16.95,22.50 2.98, 3.98, 5.00 5.00

were in Clarksville Va. from Sat. Butler on Sunda).

U''QU FIND YOUR ) > IX THE ISLANDING urdax to \\"ednesda'biting :Mr: 1. F. :Saulis; pending a rn; <'..ntu and 24.95 and 5.95 and 5.95

))m\'l': IN OR FLORIDA tE ADS CUT AD Ol'TU 1'REPRKE Outlaw's brother-in-law and ..i..tPI with his! son and daughU-i-iu

SENT IT TO BOX OFFICE I TICKETSDRIVEIN Mr and Mrs Jack Hazrn ,n Morgan/ City. La.n.r..mn..n..m..n..nnm..y.

-w- PLUS $$1.00 PLUS $$1.00 PLUS $1.00

44 AIU 4 VU .....uuu.u1111 .u..uuu.uu

Fair"I

Just Received

I (iuuruntced I., ,.h ..
'
IfocIkat\I Community To i TRElo: HotterThan\'I'. Are LAST SHIPMENTOF Any 2 Blouses Any 2 Brassieres Non-Run Rayon !


Senke '
A : THE.VTRE K\tr:
I I
Cotton and Nylons Cotton and Nylon

HoOf fice: Opens ;:1; Show Starts S :00 P.M. CHARCOALAT PANTIES :

OPEN EVERY IT 2.98 3.98 1.95 2.50
R.11OR FAIR: OLD PRICE OF 3.00

89c & 1.25 valueFor I
Fri., Sat.- July 18, Mon., Tues. July 21. 22 5.00 and 4.00 I II
1.55
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RooUoot prttlMpl t$ 1 he lot es,
ds d to kill i
lau hs and
Tanonl

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PAGE SIX COl TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
1MIDAY. JULY 18, 1W.t
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thousand vines. Met Oscar's son a lot of hand hoeing. ; while we did well on terries --
on01 ur fIeld
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: 1 apo job of the day on our place the talks. A quiet scene until "
Richard, and his uncle, and had i ion. beets cabbage broccoli thought; it might be too
late
1I that
is feeding and milking, and now f:'potted pigs arrive and the
FARMER'SARY1 an interesting talk with them. 'I Have very little oming on now.: turnips mustard collards. ruta i ib ut we had the seed so we gambl- every day Sam gets a load of c>If them start fighting over

Learned a little trick from Rich- .:'so what we do have we're being' bagas lettuce etc. as compared !I t'.d little. Anyway they came up corn stalks tosses them over the ear of corn. Little Knotheari, .
ard about handling the vines,I exceptionally careful with. For with last year We did not do well j and: we dusted them with DDT. fence and calls the Then
,
I cows. runt pig is always good f..
D I which no doubt all farmers in the I II I example, we have a row of field j Ion corn green bears tomatoes ;, hen we decided that they needed we sit on our green bench and 1 augh. as she battles a pig -'
I!
County know, but we didn't. We'|peas and one of butterbean and!or English pea. Or as is api i .[){-irg, so we did that Now we're I have a quiet smoke and watch t:imes her size. But >t :'- .tf u..
By Sam McCarvey 31 went over there with a couple of! instead of cultivating with the i: parent, we did well on little crops I wi ondenng if they reed fertilizer. 0 our cows munch contentedly on ..f hampers to put the vines in, and I tractor we decided that it would I and not so well on more import --
The author Mill be glad to receive i
1 when Richard saw how we were be a lot safer to hand hoe them. ant crops (with the exception of
items of Interest -
concerning
I going to handle them he showed i:i We did that and later in the(berries).
,
the activities of farmer in
Bradford County. Suggestions may us how to lay them in bundles week, went over the sides of the S .
A that bed with our wheel hoe. So as we did not make out
I and then pick them up way I too
be> left at the Telegraph office or <4
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, I by slapping your hand throughthe I i. (well in the first six months we I r7 THE WINNER !
I bunch. You keep them in piles I Well the long hot spell was;,have to work hard and see what } :(

. . . . . . . . .1Aaa&&A&&A&A&A&A& that way, and then they are easyto : broken and it really felt good we can do in the last half of the! L"
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drop. Well, live and learn, and:to be cool and comfortable again.I year. Alice planted some Black;'' (
news worried again. First thing we''every day we learn something. We Since the hot weather left us, we|Seeded Simpson a leaf lettuce. in
Little "Happy" Andy, our !noticed was that her appetite became planted the vines in a soakingrain I have had regular afternoon showers 1 our cold frame. If we can get !
bull calf, is truly namt-d. He i is JJET
I poor that she was listless; in fact it seems to rain and they keep it from gettingtoo some plants started well set them
really a happy little scoundrel'l and seemed to be losing weight.As every time we plant together. hot. 1 in the field. J KILL
I
especially when he is we had about the same trouble .

his "tin pail" mammy-a calf last year, and it apparently was Got a chuckle when Dan Stalling But when it gets too hot Sam I If nothing goes wrong I land :i'
feeding pail. We weaned him at| diagnosed correctly as acetonemia told us about buying a muz has a thrist quenching drink 'sure can do that I we should behaving .,

the end of two days with Joy, and I I (but not before we paid $30 tc I zle for a calf) to keep it from which he thinks beats all he ever' some nice roasting ear-

it was no trouble at all gettingi!I another vet who said Joy had a nursing, and then having the calf;I tried. It is a tall glass of cool 'soon. We are looking forward t> IS TRULY THE WINNER OVER
him to feed from the pail with a I
nail in her heart and the treatment j
) "bury" it somewhere out in his buttermilk, and man alive thatis a, mess of them for !since our
nipple on it. A lot simpler than I) her her I '
regular
was giving how drink in hot sweet corn is we've
pasture. We know, exactly a good weather. gone mf'! !
trying to get a calf to drink from!cane syrup with her feed, we I Petal sixmonthold I eating corn
he for our
feels
a pail, in our opinion. We learn- !we have been having a tough time I We're I BUGS ANTS ROACHES
heifer is an expert on weaning babying our red hen
eel that he should have 1 lb. of j: trying to heal the base of her tail
I
devices. They don't hinder her in along these days. trying to coax | Having cut down or our pIg:
milk daily for each 10 lbs. of body which became infected so we are the least in fact we think they every egg we can out of them. We population we now have only twsows ,
weight, but as we had no way of not sure what the trouble is. FLIES MOSQUITOES ETC.IT'S
give her a better appetite. give them greens every day in an open gilt and Fix small
weighing Happy, we just plain Meanwhile her on .
Joy keeps eye ,
f : the form of "pusley"; or Florida spotted pigs. And we cut down or i
guessed at the amount he needed, Happy to be sure that we are do- Grass and weeds got the last I clover, which they like. Alice also our feed bill considerably by feeding THE HOUSEHOLD SPRAY THAT WILL NOT STAtN-
and think it was about right for her little boy. Joyis
ing right by
row of foliage turnips we planted,:, gives them some skimmed milk;, the hog skimmed milk excess
he is still hungry after each feed sweet '
a pet.
ing. Anyhow, at the ripe old age so we planted another one. You I everyday. vegetables, and sweet corn Made In Florida for Florida Bugs
might know that practically as j "nubbins". That is all the nub-
of one week, he in doing fine, is
is fed three times a day (about Last year we missed getting any soon as Alice finished planting it, 'I Henrietta's six spotted pigs are bins" that are left for some varmints -
sweet potatoes out, and we were had heavy shower tc i possibly
two quarts at a time) and has a we a very having a fine time roving all over coons t are steal
determined to get some this year. wash out the seeds. But Alice was the pasture and woods and we ing our corn We don't mind
time tailing" it
great "high
around the barnyard. So we got some land ready, with ready for it. for she had planted I are glad to let them out so that 'I feeding our own stock but \\( In Handy Pints

S fertilizer containing chlordane in rather deeply. they can get some of their own i sure hate to feed all the wildlifei
it in the beds, and then went over .. .. *
feed. We will let them stay out: i
But his mammy Joy has us to Oscar Carter's farm and got a In our Sadge Grass field (whent
Our Kitchen Garden was reallya until they start rooting up the:
I I and then they shut t the rows run Xorth and South'I'i
decided to pasture get
mess so we cut it all
'i I we have a large patch of mark & Quart SizesPICK
!up (except for a row of onions) up again.
and see what we could get start i' i I bushes which shades: most of the _

ed. We had thought that we would! One of the best things about tl I first few rows from the after-

hoe out the row of onions but a i keeping record: is that you know fnoon;,: sun. We planted a small!!

f couple of whacks with a hoe con what you're doing (either bad 01 f.0 CHARACTER I vinced both it would take reserving most of the row to use
us that good) Alice just finished com UP A BOTTLE TODAY
to raise> cabbage
until Xmas, so we decided to pull piling a M-rord of our first six: plants later _
and well know standards of Service up and dry the onions, HIM! san months result! and we find that t This is an idea given: to us by one.
,of oUr nt'tlhborll.I' .
.\TLOYETT'S
have been earned and maintained by '

long years of faithful attention inServing i I GENERATORS & STARTERS I I'I''I'I CANOVA PHARMACY ,

economically! in this vicinity.JONES. 'ur m i ijrhbors said' he is sick am' I

, tired of planting a "little of this. :' KOCH'S DRUG STORE

Repaired Rebuilt Exchanged a little of that", and that next ,
season he is going to gamble on'a

DeWITT C. VOLTAGE REGULATORS CHECKED couple of main crop' and give i I
thorn the proper attention. We I
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. '
guess that idea is probaly ail,1, One Spraying Lasts for Months

AT" ....-t right if you are prepared to Jose
sour shirt one year, and make it''
Funeral Director Ambulance! Service .;p ;up the next. I II Ij
STARKE GENERATOR I e. I IT'S ALMOST MOTH TIME, SO SPRAY CLOSETS
Our local funeral home allta u to offer conveniences &&4VervTciu I ,. i
j With our Roadside Market as an : THOROUGHLY FOR COMPLETE
t ;::I not otherwise available.We i .F. AND STARTER WORKS / !' outlet for all we grow we have i PROTECTION69c

#_ I'." ##' ,....,,- I. [to raise small amounts of practically i iI

furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and I 210 Walnut St. (Formerly Anderson's Garage) ,' It is a everything lot more work we can that grow way,I'I'I PINT $1.19 QUART
accept 'ANT life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY
PHONE 228 STARKE FLA. ;
I way. but it is a lot surer. Th's':
company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral.
i Ed Hunt H. D. Koger {year, for example.e quite pro- -
Consultation carries no obligation.
i i oly would have )lost mono, or at..
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best made only a little, if we I
,
J had raised a lot of sweet corn
I I'But pepper! That's different.

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This week we are going t- i 1i r1i/ /

lean nit the brooder house anrlI'lli
Ole poultry manure ;n tv'' P i ii ioa
US YOU I
FROM TO KIte hp1 Garden. Then wev.'l:!!

I' lit'dt up and plant lust aboutevervthie : i
tiny
and
anything wet + !
: think will grow. a
t
a7 an. 'h- I vu r ago
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C row .6w \ i win row
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We will servo abo..t t.ir .' /.
bf rl-\ fir runner plants. w.r.rh; r... 0 eI -

ONE YEAR'S Supply of GAS will I take; up from last year's hot I o 1-

"; pitdi The onwe&T( piif 11
tine lfm! in the Kitchen Garth

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care of thf'm.Yonder if th. ::
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Wt.'11 plant mustard collard]*

o ":'nip, rutabagas. which ut: ANTIRUST GASOLINE

think will: grow. and then may
_
7 I h. try a row of lima, butter

hears, rr.;

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,? had been good for:1 SO DIFFERENT
Vtii lllt- and she looked so uncom-

fen'ttble with a yoke on her that'

t A< (]."( ided to take it off It wasn't

-I"J hours before we looked up tl.<
I hi'.v.aand 1 there w':I'omf r.

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pu I I I By Mrs. Sara McDonald By Mrs J.BRANCH L. Strickland By Marian \ : -- ''
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I Club held a bridge I Ray H'arsand Charles Ha?-- iR .. . . I I 1 1'\9t\ I jlI'l i!
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1 II party on Saturday at i kins hav- been in Jacksonville lid ,
-v Sheetz
]I of Mrs. Roy Browning on visiting Charles'sifter.. Mrs. flllt'Ihs\ : appoint. Mr and MrJimmy

Baptist Church"Not Methodist )' The proceed ; James Webb. | ment at Long Branch Sunday anddelivered of Tampa were visiting :

I I building fund. j I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Berry and I I Mrs. a very good sermon. I in this community over the
Sheetz was with i
ashamed of the Gospel" is I The First of the sermon next | Mrs. Harry H. Green spent last I us again end.
the message to be brought this :Starke cordially ( the Community Church 1 weekend in Keystone Heights, i Sunday and was able to lead the | Mr. Frank Norman of 1

Sunday morning at 11 o'clock by tend a Sunday I "Getting Rid of Fear." I with Mr.[ and Mrs. J. Williams.. !i in song Sunday service and teach her class Ii Highway attended ( + Ii t
school. She has
'
the Pastor of the First Baptist First :Methodist :: Barrows is in Ark !Mrs. Williams returned with them I a Sunday.Mr. 11'

Church of Starke. This is the morning, July 20. : I I: Fort Smith visiting her on :Monday: to their home in AtI i touch much better of bronhitis yet but is and Mrs Leroy
than she
has
second message in a series broughtby special invitation j [-Sgt. J. S. Burrows. lanta. From there she will go onto ; some: time. beenfor Jr., of Starke were v- !
Rev. Haines. The Church couples to brother, G WI Columbus Ohio to her :
young j i see Rev. Jim Conway filled his parents. Mr. and Mr !1.. .
Choir will bring the special' music Adult Class I Washington D. C., is in :i daughter Mrs. E A. Timmins.Mrs. : at Black Creek Sunday appointment man. Sunday. i t wsr; .
with Mrs. Mona Canova at the Blair. Charlie I visiting his mother, Mrs. Timmins and two children i : j CF' "
( morning: and evening. Rt.Jim Sandra Carniuii.it' : :
Hammond organ. I ; will return with Mrs. Williams: -
Rev. Thoras: ;
Strickland substitued st t the a few weeksi'h !i.< -
missi \ :
Sunday evening the message by preach at the 11 I!I E. Vogle. retired to spend some time in Keystone.Maj. ,>n for Rev. Conway I aunt Mt: and Mi I > } < :

the Pastor will be "What Jesus: I ,Sunday morning j the WAC has recently E. A. Timmm.- temporai i There were preachingervit.i. b\ <..f Tiipa:: ''

Said about Death", and will be the' *.,Ve believe in ( the Nelson cottage on 1 rily stationed in Tampa and spent )' at the Nolan Cemetary Sunda\ Bud+t H.iriey st:.<,: ', .

second in a series on "What Jesur Anita Prather will i She will make her the weekend in Keystone with and a dinner was ,;en't'd.'e understand u ith ii:> i -othet ii-I.! r I :

Said". The Chapel choir of youth Sunday evening i this fall. ;Mr. and Mrs. Williams. I'' there was the Jarge.s'number Mr an :Mrs JiM.it -'

will furnish the special music and .is a gospel song Brown and daughter The wedding of Pat Piercy. l' of people there had ever TampaXin : : : \\f

will be directed by :Miss: AH.-sc I :selection of 1 have been visiting Mr daughter of :Mr. and Mrs.. R. G. attended a service of this kind. .o 8,1I1111\"J-\ c.-. : (; E; i u II 1

Lawson. Mrs. Thelma 'congregation. :: S. E. McKay. I Piercy of Jacksonville, and Jack We did not learn who preachedbut attendei! church trie :-: .
will be at the grand Dinkim'I' will be I Detweiler, son of Mr. and Mrs. ;' I n Ai
:sermon Mrs. Ola Padgett 11 r. and MrJinnm
Happy Hour at 8 will feature the !! Kingdom of God. !! feed store is open for .John C. Detweiler of Keystone wonderful meeting. reports leaving; Friday mi"n, ,! I t+ : 1 .11t.&II, "

singing of favorite hymns and the tenth in a !' ;1 on Lawerence Blvd in Heights, will take place tonight i Jimme Wilkinson spent a weekin I! Puerto Ki.'o wher- ,1.i!! ; \ I I. r

gospel chorut-es. I'being preached :: !' formerly occupied by at 8 p.m. in the Trinity Method- the hospital with and injured honed.Rec.. ." 1
Co. Pro
Sunday School meets at 9:45: ::: 'on the "Basic Plumbing ist Church of Jacksonville. I back caused from lifting barrels Lee took the '1"\ ,

with One Wiggins general super ,dism"[! The I Mr.. Harold who V. Johnson.is home !: No invitations have been issued of gum. j''the regular past lit Re\ \ : .\(,)..
intendent. Training Unions gatherat in the series to : Reynolds is im- j but all friends of the couple are i iI i iI j jI Charles Lang spent a few day I Sunday.Mr. .
hospital reported .
6:45: with J. T. Lawson, director. 27 are "We I cordially invited to attend. Several t tI with home folk last week returning :- and Mrs. B. M. _,
Mid-week Service is held regularly Judgement." and cars are scheduled to leave i> to Miami Sunday.We | Pine Level were visiting ; l lMr
Life". i' :: Kennedyt'ho has > from Keystone for the wedding. I ha\'.. -. Eldon
each Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eternal intended for some time Sapp Saturday
the anda hospital in Indianapo- i The young couple will spend 10 to write the history of the Pad
with a message by pastor The Senior '
| then in Jacksonville, is I days at Jacksonville Beach before I \OTiri: rdlfr'r. first.
spirtual blessing for all whc Methodist Youth I gett cemetary. and the followingis
in Keystone. j for Ft. Eustis, The Registration Books
|
pause in the midst of the week tc ,each Sunday Jack departs |, as :Mrs.: Sunie Padgett told tcus.
Va. three months training in I City of Starke will Bid:,
house and wor wife of the former for open )
the Lord's
enter Miss Oleeta Green i
I the Community Churchj the Transportation Corps Of-1 istration of electors from
I the Intermediate I Mrs. Padgett's grandfather.Steve .
ship.A j hospital in Jacksonville. j fleer's School. He expects to send i iI July 11. 1952. through
.i Padgett Black
living -
near
cordial welcome will be re- j I'T. G. Mitchell is
there some time ago and for his wife as soon as he has arranged Creek. He was afraid of the hieh August 9. 1952, inclusive, _
resident and visitor :Senior MYF. I I ;
ceived
by ( 1 for suitable living j City lIall.I .
but has returned. quart-
at of the now : I water that often came up to his
alike who worship any ,
The |; Jackson spent this week i ers. He will receive a permanent' hoase when the creek flooded over Carl
at the First Baptist I
services Youth Fellowship !1 I : when he completes its : Registration:
her
visiting grandmother j assignment banks and he built a little shelter -
Churchof Starke. Methodist Church I I I H. Haskins. ,' I the course. i| on the hill where the cemetery :2t-7-11:!

:send four I now stands. He built anothei

At The TabernacleThe ville District I 1 I Catholic and children. shelter for his horses. ... -

I nt the Methodist :, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carter and Whenever the creek would h.

Southeastern Bible College. ]Lake Griffin near I I I In Process I sons. Donald and Tommy, are gin to rise after a hard rain hi
group presented an inspiring program :2126. The : !
would leave
( his house and
Land t<
go
I It spending their vacation in New :
vocal and instru-i
of music, : ,
Ferguson
Bobby
the shelter
t until the river had
Tabernacle Tuesday I York visiting relatives. I j
the
mental, at II Gayle Rowe and subsided.
be
I t are now .1 He tried in vain to get
evening with testimonies and for the purchase of twc Wayne and Johnnie Wall and his family to go with him. but

a spiritual message that thrilledall 'Christian land by the Keystone !; William Parrish, accompanied by' they did not share his fear of the Just Sugar .
who heard it I' Church, accord- assistant Scoutastt'r:: Elma 1 j water and would refuse. try

The young people were in Lake) The First Rev Richard Lyons. I 1; Crews are attending Scout Camp : When he died he requested that I t: Creek I -

Butler Sunday night for a sere 1 ,,cordially invites I the church is buying,, at Camp Echockotee this week. i he be buried in the shade of an .;,Y.:'". I
ice and were supper guests of the ;i all of our in hopes of erecting a Miss Lenora Warren of Val- j oak tree that stood by his little I, once I I !-
I
Rev. and Mrs. Fred Dodd, of i begins every 1 I the near future. II i dosta Ga. is visiting her uncle | shelter. He was the first person I.TIm', fair .
Keystone Heights, Tuesday eve 'The worship \ ]:I said that the transaction I and aunt. Mr. and :Mrs: J. Ilj;' to be buried in the cemetery but I cnou I ]
I a.m. and the i i Warren this week. I t isn't it? For Sugar .
ning. : be final until it has re- since his death in 1929 several!
services of the :served at 11:15: Mr. and Mrs. C. : have been buriedthere. I .a. ,
The regular I approval of the Bishop. A. McSwain more persons : Creek tops 'cm :all .
Tabernacle are maintained as l Evening services :: that the land the church j, have gas their guests Mrs. [c.1 Most of them are Padgeit I .
: is made for those
i usual during the summer on Tues- I with Christian i< across from the I j Swain's mother. Mrs. Thomas : 'or relatives of the Padgetts.A I I II I

day, Friday and Saturday nights.I (ed by the regular Heights school. I Roden and Mr. McSwain's mother. i church was built there eight : who insist on :

Services are also held on Thursday at 8 p.m. :Mrs.: Ruth Jones and her granddaughter i years ago. and the grounds have :

afternoon and three services Midweek Jackie all of Ft. Pierce been kept in wonderful condition. /., .. first! For lunch, t. i

are held every Sunday. | very Wednesday I I of God I and Miss Ann Bentel of Lake I Flowers and shade trees have .<: supper or picnic ,

A cordial welcome is extended ire nostudying +I 8th i: St. Clair Sts. Worth. Donnie and Ronnie Mc been planted in this little out-of- j .(!; give family !
to all visitors.VOODLAVN. | ,halations and we I Swain. who are spending the sum- 1 the-wiiy nook and the weeds and j jundeibru. Nc your i

'present. I School 10 a.m. Morn mer in Ft. Pierce, are alo'isi.: j! >h have been kept back. f;:. this delicious y::;: I II I
\ :' :MISSIONARY:' Homer 11 a.m. Evening ting their parents j jMr. It serves as a real inspiration j! :
Serrices"i + today !
taste treat
BAPTIST CHURCHWe Serrices"i I : p.m. YPE Service! and Mrs. Preston William to all who visit it.CAIUJ I : 3.

are very happy over the results Church of 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet of Green Cove Springs spent I 01' THANKSWe I at all better
several
of our recent revival and Corner 10th : : p.m. I days here last wt'ek'isi. LYKES BROS.
I' thank ,
to
wish to thank for the Lawtey i ting their uncle and aunt. Mr. wish express our i
everyone I
effort that has been put forth for Bible Preaching School- : School 10 a.m. Morn and Mrs. j. E. Wall Jr. {,I.and many sincere thoughts appreciation and floral for oftei-tht : io by IJ tisti I!

the good of the church and the 11 a.m. YPE Serv The Lawtey City council met j ,,
J P.M. the illness and I
ings during passing r c FLORIDA BANK at STARKEO
cause of Christ. I Prayer :Meeting: )', 7:30: p.m. last.Monday night in special session of our father. The Overstu"faniiK. raao $ :

Lonnie W. Page Jr. i is home for i I each Wednesday They fixed the millage for .
is the of I : : ;.\ CHRISTIAN the 1932; : taxes at 10 mills: this, i ia i" y MWYWI _- '
a few weeks. He son Everyone \ ///nt/ ii ("
rttrttla it.itniif ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page of Law- CIH'RCH small reduction from last year. Iddinlat'lInt': : / and Portable jr tup i

tey and has been serving in the St. Mrs. F. C. Richards and son Typewriters sold on time.-Bradford heBEa ;
church services are ,, .
U. S. Navy. He will return tc Frank Albert were Sunday guests County Telegraph.
duty August 1. I i Rev. Richard ) Thursday night at 8 of the J. E. Wall family. During -
Sunday Mass at ryone is: welcome\ to at-
II the afternoon the Walls and thcnguests
We cordially welcome everyone Weekly! :Mass: service;.
went to Kings; \ Lak.
to all services at the church. Sun Confessions :: J Swmdull. :Minister for a picnic. # d/Mee
MORE TO
School at ENJOY
day begins 10 a.m. 8:30: P.M.Children's:: I
I Preaching services at 11 a.m. and \ I, V111YVVY11VYYYYIi Mrs. L. H. Futch. who i i- attending
I school at Florida Southern 4'e *
7:30 qs.
: p.m. Wednesday night song W "Wednesday :(I) ,' .
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and praise service at 7:30.: i College spent the"c..I'n
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at her home here.
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PENTWOSTAL: HOLINESS I!I I I' MrMarian* Leigh of San Antonio ; -. 1"L. :: ) / /. / '.1 '.' j [: '. r;? rI.r.
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| II. Fetch ''''. \ :- -'- I / \;
CHURCH Texas '7.- I \
School was visiting her si- j y-. ,
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i I Sunday ::
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Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning Friendship ters Mrs. Esther Hickami! Mr- _=-:', --. ;,,..';.- '' ; ..../ .. -S... \JYl: !' j I I \".V.1 ,
Service 11 a.m. 0..1. Anders this week .' \ ', 0-; t -: \ ';t 1.0. .. .t (
Mornings \ : r.; of Faith Baptist during '. :. ::- .' EL -_TTij': .'-. "a.Q; ;.. '\ I .. '
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Evening Sen it'e 7:30: p.m. 11 a.m. by Rev adding a 20-foot ad- / : : 'f r : r'I J. .
Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj Concord :\. C.REVIVAL. ;I ) their present building. CK.MKTKRY: : : WORKING ''' 4 -- ( t'L \_ ::'._ __ j' ... :!

night 7:43: p.m. Saturday night; will be used to en There will be a cemett'ryt k EXTRA WIDE CHOICE EXTRA BEAUTY AND QUALITY EXTRA SMOOTH PERFORMANCE EXTRA RIDING COMFORT EXTRA STRENGTH AND COMFORT

7:45: p.m.CHURCH. I : : : : : ; main: auditorium. The ing at New Rive- Cemeten or. of Styling! and Colors of Body by Fisher cf Centerpoise Power of Improved Knee-Acton .f Fith" er Unisteel+ Conttiu 'or

AT ).\ ) .\ will almost double the Thursday, July 21:! Everyone interested ,
.
: 01' 4KSUS: CHRIST j seating capacity. ii i- g"ll l to; Olllt' md! ;:::. ...... .. / D .,. -... t EXTRA SMOOTHNE
01' I.ATTKR DAY SAINTS Revival services I bring tools t work Z W Hair: ", r.,,.,, ,; 1.: I of POWER //// .
W. Roberts and Mrs. II 1 .... .
Masonic Tempi, Call Stret't.S'Ip.oIw day night. July : ilton I w ', 's '\'\ \3t ___ -..... I / .+ I I A,'orrotic TrCln mI ,,.\, ,'
took the Primary meii- 1-- ( "
School every Sunday. drain Baptist ; -.t' ..' '''' II'+, "r-I ,. .
I Lawtey Methodist Church /7 -. -IL / \ 14 \ t"-i' DIU /'" '
miming 10 a.m Sarrimrat( Services < Johnnie ::- --, I
6 :30 p m A ,i-orJial invitationis the pulpit The i Foster :Memorial on L (.f' t\-\ -- __ I ; rful 1 .
1
of last I week. After visi ii i- I
extended to all ,, If. .
invited T4 r IT .dry EXTRA BOPPING POWER i. ,
memorial those ... Of&, EXTRA STEERING EASF EXTRA PRES'IGE a ,1c l ( )p' 'i t'r i
t i present
ot..I ......'" r 'Uiiibo' Drum Broke' oC""ti" Point Slee., I' Am D. Me t Poplar: Car : -- : : .1' : ,"i '
'"/t. h. : I a picnic lunch '<.o>", 1fth
: 1'.1- 'P A:::
: H Hill was visiting or". .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Fernandiiu one day List 1.e P'.I...oe.'"A'1'nM4'ho.,.I, ,LJ r ) ''rq+ l'rn ep'ral.rA rte; "w4.' "' r LESS ft"" bIlCJ/SIl Me Chevrolet //

"e,_e--- r e ,_ _fl____" Betty Wainwright of .r ... ",.,. TO
)
0. r' M 1
Kev. Lewis I D. Haines, Pastor has been visiting her I"r I y". 01"I P.ch Dr ? "t"r Yr ''r ''J+( rnl lower!priced in its f/e/df

Jefferson Mr {
& Court Streets In The Heart aunt ilr. and It"' !

1'HONES: Office 231: I'astnrium Jr. for >evri! a.c, Sr o,er.., r .- :t
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Morning Ashamed of the (; 1 t- : <&fcwscwce r
( : Mrs G.V Robit' i IN SMALL PRINT vt ., f "
Kvening "What Jesus Said About ) relatives i in St

'E\ cry One of us hall give account of him (; Ga last Sunday. pOSSIBLY Y you have thought A public service progrom ...........,...r.. f

Romans 11:12: Crew of the insurance policies. are in cooperation with Creei, t ,
Cross and MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEV 0< r'r ;
------" Highway SafetyInterIndustry
------- the difficult
School System under things to read -with all THAN ANY OTHER (All
\ SUNDAY Committee;
SERMONS
11 :00 A :\., : of G. V. Lee. have been that small print Actually, theyare
Sunday School 'Jrl.'i I; A.M. Training I;
: : : and repairing the Lawtey little different from leases,
M11MVECK SERVICE WEDNESDAY. : I; building making it ready deeds and other legal documents.
of the school term of
VISIT' THE CHURCH WITH THE \lSITI : Their language: is dictated in
: : ::! ::
by law and
.' ; part in part hy long
W T. Walters had the .v
experience in guarding against =
... I -* :o fall on Monday of misunderstandingAnd (-
, and: injure her right speaking of 'guarding 4i

SI'N'DAY( WIITT S P.M. h there were no bro- against misunderstanL.ng" if
!! !' the injury has prover.
"NEVER MAN SPAKE there is any problem in your

Effie Miner spent last mind concerning your present

Punta Gorda visiting the insurance policies why not

THIS MAN. ells family. consult this agency today and let

r Wilkinson of Starke us clear it up \Ve are fully prepared -

Hear This :Message By The at the First Baptist to give expert advice in ,
lowest prIced r h r.eld' "'""
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1 last Rev. Wilkm ,
Sunday. >o+rr. 4
insurance matters arid are ak a\sat -- '.- ". :'. ,- "
First Baptist Church J I that he will be sup- '
I )our sersite :. : .- '
,) at the Church until : :.t: .-. J. .' .: ; ',:: : "f 77ie h&ffihl (aU PRICED SO LOW !
Bob (gray, Pastor of the Associational year Qr no'" 7
regular serviced H. C. Wall AgencyConstant
Bible School 10 a.m. Don Hill, the next weeks and: 'he

H. T. t. 7 p.m. Otto Hicks Sr., : invited.Wells and son Ernest, Service Over TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO0

"Chrisl Is The Theme At All ; : weekend in Daytonavsmng 60 Years- f

'Ary.::> Mr Mrs.acid Wells'Mrs.daughter Jack Bale and e I. Please Phone 146 i! PHONE 111 STARKE FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS









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PACE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA


FRIDAY.seal J'L\ !

POLIO ON INCREASE I Tentative County BudgetContinued In loriil.i Circuit In Court( llmilfiinl ('oanty, wi hose address in p O Iox >90 !i ---
; lianoerT. [II),,Anderson. X (' charge as Administrator of the F-- I
j at Clarke! ,
KI
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;ii orlon Siundtt- ClainiTf % tate of \ j> \\'l\wrilht. Sr "".
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According tn th* U. S. Public Health Service, polio in the front I'it'1' '.I R. br.l Mliritier: 1'- You are required in appear 0'11 i This first publication June 2Tth, ',21
page oneLes Ifi'ilant ,'a.... No J3: >;; ,;'II' ily :2IM! ; :!:. in the al"nalllt'd ; I';;: II Wi-'lt'\I.' SKAL> '
United States has been increasing during the past fewueeks. '1 sort and .
Order of Pulillrnlion mill \otice to cause nheiein ,plaintiff James Wainwright. At"
.
5 Per Cent 505.00 *..*ek* dn.T, .-. : TV "
1.45025 I:1"lf..ro I Myrtle
latest show 122 for week ending tplirnr : t'.alntr Administrator lOt the Estate:
Cases
figures
'I 95 Per Cent Of Estimated Receipts 9595.00 27,554.73 I State .if Florida to: Patruia'' Megraph ..hall publih this I Order of X D Wainwright. Sr 'ha!' J. H. ,
17th 145 for week 24th.Regardless K-lit-na Saunders ln i next: four weeklv isurs Hldg .Ink- ,..
May ending: May Balance To Be Forward uho.-e ft'.id..n. e ,27 4t : IS 'n! x.ll I'1
1 Brought : Cash 14,00.00 3,000.00' and addre ,,.: l/nkiioun \\'itneh.. m)' hind :alii I official I> In Circuit Curt llrmlford C...*,,.. .\It\" .. for pa
__.. : I You, are required to I Pal at Stark. FUri.la | .
of the fat that Starve and vicinity has been __ appear on Fb-rid' MM! June M Clianrrrr.Marx I
August 1'. III;;:!. ,
Total Estimated in the abonamed -6,195.! I r M,
Receipts and Balances 23,595.00 Lean. Plaintiffs.
this disease 35.554.73 I <',.urt a-Id .cause wherein plaintiff l OFFICIAL SEAL I W. C. T. L.
fortunate enough to have escaped you neaerknow Kttimate ofE\prnditure ]I ) A J Th-inas. j Janit.0i.ar 1..L.tI1. I uefrndu'
i seeks
: divorceiradfard I

when it will strike at home. Salary and Fees Prosecuting Attorney 600.00 600.00 I County Telegraph shall I B:Marian: L Cro.t.y.As Clerk i l I'."f'.ud''urt putt clerk I Order Of I'uMieatton .\Ca.se lI.t 'N'I'..fi...:. _'To" TO DRINK: I.s TO 1MH' UKEVSOX. \

Fees and Cots, publish this Order in next: four laTweekly artin J. Frail Si: ""m .1 I'dated''' .\|>l' -ar; stale Of FUrl.Ia T.: TO IIUmKt v.i.N
County Judge 2500.00 4.30000 issues. j I B11'itness uildlng, Jacksonville !. 'lurlda. James tl.,'
Polio Policies Pay Up To IOflOO.OO I ar McLean uhi<"c 1"1;idem i- is TO msTioKK.irirui,
Fees and Costs Sheriff 1l.OOOJH 15.00000 I my hand and official 111':111.\I 'ttys. for rif. 6. :2T! 4t 7 18 <. i is, ('nknownYI +
at Starke Florida this June __ NESS. TO
FOR EACII MEMBER I OF FAMILY AFFLICTEDFor Bailiffs 200.00 200.00 I 195! 11 '>U ,.in 'i-iuired 1 to app-.ir; nn InsTHnlhln
'UIU'11 '': ,.l'2! ]I"' ,.'. m the .h..v ,. inn. 'I I EnrsXFNs
Sheiift's Commission on Fines Collected 1.00000 1.OOO.Ot i OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas ,IT- \\' ," I' M.l\ I'-l., .-f| n) < ''-nit and i .IU'''. \\hiiem, |I'aintift, i> TO DOOM tit<

Detailed Information Call Other La'v Enforcement Agencies 2.000.00 I As Clerk of said Court Th,,, ,- t' 1 uh.u I i- 111.Ih ..\' -nti -t :kh\ > .mil r. ..' "I.11 M "f M.\N IT1
3.000.00Feeding By Marian .
I. ,
I : i'robv. fVpuu' i'Ir, I. e i + 1. t'!> ii t' Fin, : 1 r.-: 'ra i .1''n nil.I 1:1,1.1.1.1 r m't
; and Care of Prisoners 3.000.00 5.00000 i Alan C. \\ 'inte-- ,|.Ir.'J). Smi'li t''irn v ,. i JI''' \ I nlU', nt I l'i .i.l! I r. !1. ci 'r'| ', -' i |iul>Ii-h, Mi's t, ", ,1.! (THE :N \TION \I \ ( II|( r i I. -

Conner & Insurance Agency Guard at County Jail 1,460.00 1.46)00 i iWItness HinIdiIK. .1 Lok.ont111r. Fli.ri.lt f' .t ,! C" .. % ,. .t| \, ,1' .", j'," i, .t.| i "i! ', \t" .1..1I""U"! I8.V.M.
Gay Fees \tt> ". 1 1"1' Pit 7 1 1\ It s vOTICK .f! .1"I l', F'!''I' I'- W -. I.. '..1' .Ii..t I M! ll
1000.0 1.000.00 -
116 N. Court St. Starke Phone 285 "
Jurors Pay Rolls 600.00 60-)..0)Reserve ( \ : TO .tPPElll
In Circuit C..nrt. n rail ford County.
: for Contingencies 235"(}) I Florida In '
: Chnnrery.Je'InIP
Purchase and Maintenance of M Ttmtuni. Plainiff, \ S II

Motorola Equipment 2.20-.00) : John J l',""!.III1. Defendant .J.J. YOUR

Case .V) .!: <
__h'i i I Notice Toppenr 1JItfMl1JIt
: Too' .1. hn .
Total Appropriations 23593.00 34,5.0.0) > J. T.imhini Nhas e r.
FOR TilE dence, is: Unknown HOME
Reserve For Contingencies
i 694.73 ,II You are hereby notified that a I
;! salt for Divorce has been fitii j a
I Total 'j;i against you In the above narri.
Budget 35.554.73 \I i Court anJ cause and you are rr-
BEST DEALI Road l and Brialt":: MaintenanceEtinlate I Qulred to sere a copy of your answer WITH A RECONDITIONED

: of or pleading; to the complaint
Receipts| : Last Year' Thi. Year
Inn the Plaintiffstt
1 55ali. Ii
Taxes: six mills On assessed! valuation '''Douglas. ;505 Lynch Building. J.v L-

of 4440115.00 2&,6-10.69' i I "onville. Flortdi.: and file the ..r,,c:'
,
!! hat In the office of the ClerkIthr
3.5 mills on assessed valuation i ii I Circuit Court on or before 'i, ,

i of $4.452.49200 16.533.72 I lath: day ?f .Iul\". 197,2; ; otherw.
th .tlleKition* of *.ud fomplt 1 "
Racing Commission Funds 25000.00 27.000.00 I| will he taken as confessed by y" .

Surplus Gas Tax 11.000.00 11.00000'
Cars & Trucks Seventh Cent Gas Tax 11000.00 11.000.00 '. once each week for four consecut '. -
i weeks in the Bradford County T"..
Other Revenue Receipts 250.00 25000 i| graph.

-- Dite.l: tlti. l'\'h dty of June. !' '
13.890.6965.833.12 I (OFFICIAL SEAL) "A. J Thom
Total) Estimated
: Receipts
Clerk ,
I of the Circuit C.-,
Less 5 Per Cent 3691.53 3,291.69 :' Py M> rtle! T Deaver. D.pntv C' RECONDITIONED

B 27 4t In XI Ml h' \M' r.-
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XE\V\{ AND USED 'I 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 70196.16: 62542.03: NOT MI: 01' IVIINIIOTO: \\1III \l >lr

I KIC.ISIIH: : Finiiior* N % >IIXotue '
Balances To Be Hrounh Forward NONE 3,000.00 i i'I' ,
i- h..r..hKI't'n} that I'Ia.! -
-- under-isrned. under the
SEE prowl: ':
'I'' Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 70196.16 65,542.03F.tiutatr I of Chapter L'O'f! : :; Lau of .'I..r.t.i
I Act of pt il.; will register with I'
Oi ExpendituresRoad I Clerk of the Circuit Court in ,u t
I. Tax Due and Payable to Incorporated i fr Bradford (Countv. State of Fl'
DOWLING MOTOR SALES INC.Phone da upon receipt of proof of pll'h.
Municipalities within the County 6.000.00 4.000.00 I II
cation of tinnotice, the (fnMti"' ',,
Salaries for Road Maintenance Crew 20,200.00 21.4W.O- I name of To-Uena Motel un.l. .

I | which I am engaged in business I
Repairs and Upkeep of Road :Maintenance:
300 s. :501: North of Starke Fla. An-
: Equipment 7000.00 9.0IO'QiJ I II thonv (' Cermenaro and Lor..1'i

Gasoline and I Fuel Oil for Road Machinery 4000.0) 3.500.00 ,' Cermenaro. ownerRt 2. Rox ".">.
I .
328 Temple A n e. Starke, Fla. 'I Starke: .'1nH.,1 this :27th: da 1
Purchase of New Equipment 10000.00 3.00000' "f June |')32. at Starke. Kradf..r.i 2 nIt

I I Insurance 1500.0 1,500.01)' i' Countv, Florid: SEU1'Iil'H.XTtt' .

Timber and other Materials 6/27:: 4t
for Bridges 7 11 r
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Rates 2/ Months To Pay i ;
Lowest Finance -
and Culverts 15.00000 12.000'}
In (Irrnlt "
Court. llrndford ( ..Ullt,.
Incidentals 1.000.00 1.50000 I' Florida In ( hanrrr;. COMPLETE with
I Neon| l"yron ("a".t' ""n... Jr I 4,
Cost Right-Of-11ays for Proposed Roada 2,500.00 2.})) 00 : Plaintiff \f Elsie: Thomas Cate\- 8 Attachments to

Construction of Drainage Well 2.5M.M 2.500.0) en*. Defendant Clean Walls. Up.

Reserve for Contingencies 496.15 Case N.I. <*:_:",<} FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION
I Order Of 'ulol"-811"n) tnd \"ttrr T.. holstery. Rugs ,
__ .... __ \lipear; Male Of Florida To Mattresses. t '
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Total Appropriations 70196.16 85.400.00;: KUie. llj.tni- i'4--.tevr-n,. "h.-o' !
re-ij.>ri :- Heiid. *,m. N i' mi | Floors etc.

INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE Reserve for Contingencies 14203 .. .. .. .. .. .. OUT-OF-TOWNERS MAIL COUPON .. .. .. .. .. ..r
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Total Budget 70.195.16 65,542.03 r - - - -
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Interest and: Sinking Fund TUXEDO i I ; ACME VACUUM

ZENITHRADIO INtimati: of Rm-ipN/ I.ast Year This Year I STORES/

Taxes: 1.5 mills on assessed vaulation FEED STORE

of $4,440,115.00 6.6-10.17 40S W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville. Fla.il'ntlt"01t"n .

I 1.5 mills on assessed valuation Keystone Height I ( : I would like a FREE: IIO.MK; DII.MONSTK: : VTIO.N of Ace

I of $4.452.492.00Racing 6.673.74 I FEEDFERTILIZER tlie .\11..' on.litioniHl Kl: 'rtrulux Vacuum Cleaner priced HI

andTelevision Commission Fund 1.000.00 I ;SlO.it'i. I iMidiTstand them i is no obligation to hll}'. ,

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Total Estimated Receipts 6.660.17Less iI-; .i 1 Name _
Sales - -
I SEED VACUUM STORES

5 Per Cent 333.01 333.9! I Address _ _ ._

and Service _........ '
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-- II If. V. JOHNSON City _h __ n_ ___ __ State ___ ._ 110 \\ Forxuh Jan.. F'Id
... ,- ,... .." ---- 95; Per Cent Of Estimated Receipts 6.327.15 1.29UM I --
If ItI'.D..Idrt'+ I base end Spei'ific Direction( ItT:,'
Balance To Be Brought Forward: Cash:: ; 1,770.52 355.20 j I PROPRIETOR I

224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 -- I 1 I------

Total Estimated Receipts and Datances'S, 9VB 7,60.01) I -

STARKE, FLORIDA IXiimatx of Expenditures .

_..... ._. ,.____.11 __ ._____ I Outstanding Certificates of Payment !

i Reserve Maturities for Contingencies 7,650.00 447.63 7.65000 1: It's ,


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S' 1t. 'y I I Total Appropriations 8.097.63 7.6 30.03i !I

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IHIn :\oTll'I:

. rirruit I'..url. Itrmlf.iril CaiintjrrinrMn Xlltile i is hereby {KIV-li Hi.. Mi*
: In (ClinnerrTI I Ij
!.partner-hip heretoforeufitmg:
"'onI.I -New Ranch type mas0111' TTT1 .I.I M.ni-. I'laintiff. v' lritg
)'. I 1".11..111 uoUhe l air.l ." TTTTf :r.u i g.. 1 I'.ivi I*. l hefruda lit j I between O I. Linsin .ti'l I I I'j : :

>i..l in Star""'", Write bux TUi.;; MATTRESSES I' ::tsr X. 9:65.d. :! ;;.j (Hardy, heretofore tarrviig 1 I! 'On

'***'Kt'. "'* -.* t OF ALL KINDS \. ler To .\|>|11""r.'I f I business at Call II":1:t iiik...
To lettCeorile OaVI. Whoser. .
KOU SALK- U I I C l'lIrl'lIr..1 RENOVATEDFURNITURE 'I -id I..'..-r 'i* .lurrh 1irldhssuuri. j I Florida, under the sl\ I. .r (M i r: ..if

IrJJI.Mflvvl pigs, .eillliii II 'Uti and a hoe address is.: r'. }:(tie ''Dl'CKV'S.;: has be..n rl01\l, 1 1"1 I
|.a.rl-. 11 H. ,'1 k- ,.1 tr H. I George.: lox M;,, .torrlsfi..l.i Misoun !' mutual consent as ;nrnl. ir"" the !
Marling, Kox 12, Luwtey. l;th day of July. l'T.2.! 'I' fu .- ,
1 jtp 7. H "..II :&1'" hereby notified that a concerns the said. J 1-: 11'1 inl\ w h" I II
I Miit fur i retire from the said flee' Alii FOR YOUR

Foil \LI--\-II..w' skin. l'ort r I | Hone j, debts due to and owing l h i I Hi. -i.d i MONEY
KKU SiAert |Ilot"to11I.. .., )i per has: .been filed asaint you In theabove ''firm will be received ,ind p.ml ,
thuusaiid. KUiu Lewis. Itt. 1, named Court and cause and I i respectively by O. I. Lin-m, "ltI"
Uux: ;32i; Starke, FU. Zip iIiIuI you, :lie lequired to serve a copy of |I will continue to carrv ..II r1ud ,
Reupholstered andRefinished business ulI.I..r th'" -Hi I I. ITIM
tour an-vver or pleading to theculllpla :I: 'I!
1l'1---4..1! \Ii", Uaby' I'm
\ inl on the ruintiffx( i In/i I.. DfCKVS
uui tuiinnt .beck: 'till )uu gu lu Attorney, Kay 8elden.: SeldenliuiMmiC. Dated. the ISth da* "f .1 I tit \ i iI i'

faro, II"III"\. '. Auto and Kft a HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. l'a> tona I'rHfli Florida 1S.-.2! ; ,
turn of riuatiKoiiTuii .liairnlpimMi. and file the original in the office (-IRIled' .I I II I. I 1. I-, .i ;'
rill ttirtl of "hl'| (,iui; Bus 230 1'alatka, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. of the Clerk of the ("ir"lllt Court I -igneii I .1 I I: II\\It
around my own hoop' I'LA..TlHU1K 'on oi before the ::t 7 :',
SATURDAY
AND
Nell linulfUin, FRIDAY SPECIALS !
give jour 1Mb da>' ol AllKUM. I r.- .
aulnutIii iuuikiil. finish
IIOOIK. a other' the allegations of *:ndCoinplaint
KliminutmaiiiB jll"t 1'LASTl- I.IT j. I) anoM. JH. le
: will be taken a* mnfeed -
II VMIl.KOl It
hUll'. out'? jai. H< UKKOi .
( VTIMMI- s u.s: _1I0G 'I by notice> OUThit h.lll be puiililn ..1once Let Us Thoroughly
.: SAl.K; -Nltr 1'III..al'I.I.| | each Neck for four cons' uti( \ -
l I" r l.n-lifl Ira Aiulrt'U. I'.ar"'j I.Ur I'nlnlUn Ink F.rnrhrdnrnilnr rnrh Thuradar week in the Bradford COIIIIM '!1'..'. Wash Your Clothes
Ur>>l uf Slrtlk.o'l; : 1..1..ke : J.h Group 1
graded road Kl :J, Box H. lip !'IWTl- CT YOl'IlFireproof F.'t'nITns hated| this 14lb d.i\ ..I'! duly I I'OFFU'IAL .: 9 Poo n da 35 6:70x15 n rrBattery
I Proteeto ( Si.M.' ) A. J 9'hou.t*
Security Box
}'Ul: SALK+'op''I..r| skri" : swret Clelk "( the 'jr""il 4'.I' '
poialouifx, ... 1'ou cut them I beautiful. large heavy duty steelbox. i! |1\. )Itil.w i I I. Ciob. l h. pun ( '1..1I" UMinrn For 40c TIRES
I I': U.tMlm.al.lo :Jlp-x tV'.INTEIat I $lo"i; plus! tax Bradford ; I' '

County Telegraph tf FREE Bleach If Desiredl! *
\ New hing.by 1: math: TIt \IMM\II: .
:3 tiruuiul t lcaiiui. | nu'n Kooni aboard INGIat Si\Vl.\V. Machine Company In ('.,.....It ('....r'. llrnilfonl ( ......th'1 Temple Ave. St&ik* 10.000 MILE *
V .ilai\ :!h'III-7 :2iFoil lake Pits. FU Phone 8SO. Kloridni In ThnnrrrT.John .
\\ ill repair your machine in tiptop I' }tau trl..rh. I'I.uTiTit \ Chevrolet
:;.SAl.K2nli;: roixlition. rrasonahlr'e Mare:ar> i .I' )Iri: P.I...k. !I'f.-ud.url WARRANTY
t.tli.iullli| Jc 2 good tll.-!>. :5 I lll t i| use only genuine !Singer part'' Ca... No :'-'"'" Plymouth nod;e
J-lgin outliiuid lI..t..r.--t".) '" Our MM'sue far will pu-k up and I Idelixeiv (I Nollrr T" \pp..nr'
St; r\ Ire Elation; ('mill .\< .MailiMiu I II" j sin ter upon request. 1 To: Marearet: I' Martelo. who*. We Win ''''ut's Ta"Exchange'\
$ lt11 New Singer maihines are available '' reideiu. and addre. ,I'nknown MONTHS: Full Caps
l on iea"onable terms I 1 j You are hereby notified that a Dry Your Clothe "Exchange"BE
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roil SAl.K-so-a. r.r titan lialfclrarett sun for GUARANTEE;
other h.ilfture X \ KOI Tin: 1a"n'T.lIXII-n: Bride IHVorce For 20cIn
limber, N ltlIII row *. U;: hugs .I;: -10(1( Engrawrdledduug l Invitations has been filed against J'i a1I in the
ft.ed Igo Il.uul.itrr n..1 'hk"'I1'" on fine rll;-r..nrrlit paper, ah"\e named Court and r.iuoii -- viol New AutoniitlOrl nl i
:15 beat'me jian tr>t->. ;J: hou>r>, \ onl :164! :> r.radfonl County I] ) are required to serve .1 >.'...1'.f
bain X olhri buiUlin": s. Looattd Telegraph tf j 1oiir answer or pleading t.. Tit"
I mi. north oi Ut\\ tc). on 1 1U1.Jim ,?-.IIII.laint on the Plaintiff'* 9
:: 1.lnl--W' It Stii.'kltiul I i RADIOS REPAIRED i ill 1 Attorney. T. Fra-ik I.h inStarke. CONVINCED -- TRY US FOR 30 DAYS !

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rharitr Klift rnntrrdi land file the original in Hi.. "" i iI --
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l'.n..a.'I.. 1 5a h i.i .. rrrtti..dSouthland |: tsth day of August. 1 1j 1.-
Oatnl. V.uy ealUItrtorr ", j otherwise i the allegation, 1
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: in' Ii t \hiu-t f.m.intl MONDAY TUESDAY ONLY
t'riifCM u p S.M><1 dr> tug! lIIt..' mid" 1 1 \\'ur'i/t.', ., n t M II Complaint will be .takin i- ''I
.C. ..".anllll:. / \\ 11.111I111.1. I, l.o\ Xpl'U i kiiliii. S'Mt" lot I I fes.sed by you. *
.r'.r .. Thl.ce hall >e publishedonce
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FIRST TWOAPPLICANTS
Fill S.\I.I'-I-'IIIIIII: station t )1.at.,1al ,I 'I in the Bradford COMIHV 1'> 1" 8:25x20: 50 50

: FarinnMarket.. full) "I\UIII.\ FOIl SAT.ihbon! riilinc giril ntiaflor graph ,
.'d 1'r1. r..a.'l.Ihh.-J. Wtlnftii .. hated this Kth day oi lnU
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turning plow ,
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Siark.. Kl.i. Ill i'ulrial..r.'I'r",,"'* l>:atrStarke. \ Clerk of the ,'ir."lIt C..irt, AHENTION 10 Ply

Up I I. Manan L Cro.bHpnt\ < I. i iTO 1l;. 6 7
.FBI: liKVT-Kurnihrtlroom apt. \ *
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with private bath. separate II It 1I.'r. hot A. i'old \\ Uir. electric i I bedroom*. modern tile hat h. unn: \ rrituIn J
fnneral.-r .} A Siott 605 ...ItrII heating moled KerMn '
r : air \ I llrmlfnrd 1 uunt.rI .
Circuit Court 8.50
I WAX
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Templee I'hone .4. Up <; furni-hetl r\i epi. linen. 'I I I'lorlilni In < b.inrrr PINE OR CYPRESS TIRES
I Living room Knbv Louie. Plaintiff
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'r' wiry large closets Apply
;: nit.It' IN. I''i'n.lalltI TIMBER TO SELL JOBS FOR
y a.Ii. Kt i, Starke "oionul Flori t. Nona :'t. I'hom- '.1' N. Sl'Tlntler
itchg 7:25 !K tf I \ Topprnr.. IMu Ta'
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.II ISVIV1: -".. .. '. "*" 1r'ii'". ,"llle, Vll"'S,. Irsdenoe | Large; or Small Tracts
IN: Kroom Irs
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modern uri.r. : Air.n: and address i-' U.-ute i It'suJoore" For Your Money our
furnish apt.; !!- .t'\Ht: n MI:
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l>"ill 1. j ZI i. '. North i'arnlmaYou {We Joll'i'C
1 lu lll'nlrn '
uiiiui i.-i a ap'rt <(|IM> ''''' I HMro Buy All
are hereby notified that a .
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; ".'nun n l rollagr modern i unnirnihed ...t.- will *..I.....t*ini a .reliabl.i: I11'r ] prrsty I suit for '-:.- ---.. ,- -. : --: -:: '-=- .::- /
Divorce
!.IIC. fiirnlf-hnl! .Inquir.- I'rrmrnan. i PAY TOP PRICES
in this are to r. fu11 tml
has been tiled In
.. Rt J It.,. :3n. half milenorth roller front NKWi'T. agnn-t you thabove e
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of Staikr. tip >M\T1'' M F K r HAN you are named required< tirt t.erv and# 'aullt a enpy and of e' 'It's Good To Have Confidence In Your Car"JIMMY
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}-\I: S\1.K 1'11" your an-wrr "i ,pi. idine to> the
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.\IIa-..x bull I'.. < \ -llmit Prr.nnsrlrrted complaint on the Plaintiffs
AIsa Write
papert ran met up t.> loan .\tt..I'T.. Fiaik LandrumStiirke or Call
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I' l.ri.. It. I U': '.' nu .nthland nion drpend- "Kl.-id
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V1- it\e on h *u min unir* *rri.ed \ and file the original .n: the nff'i > .'
Itp To qualify applicant the Clerk >.f thr i"'icuit Court in
must have tar. reference or before the B. THOMAS
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with Itrl. t. maltwhite and minimum of $lion work' Hlh clay rf August 1'.:.. I
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>|lol Wt ill-SO |110. Pure Service Store
l.i mu capital For ImmediaiJi'trrvirw "thervuse the allegations of -.' ,i
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writ. giving full Complaint will be taken t'.ilfred LUMBER
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Killing St.1. Reward ; ...
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tn 11 \\ Starling l.awtrv for r. .-irnt I r> .11. Ir.,.l-j.... phone astesxMrrsii. by you MOORE'S
Ito I etc Write to' TOR405S j This notice shall be publtsh' 1 PHONE 211 .J
r' RUBS:; rooms furnllurp.-I I! Jennings Hranch. .'I. I I one each week for four c.>n-e.ti' .\ -
1 n-'i !II Mo Jd \veeks in the Bradford Count Tei" P. 0. Box 735 '
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1::" oil heater graph. i -MOORE" SATISFY MORE ( ( r.
living room suit t.ejroom suit, }'ul: .\M': I STARKE, FLA.
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rues dishes & thor-ushbred l ". "m', Dated thiISih day of .luh !l'- I
.nth..r furnl..hln,. : I
!M V lvv s, hal'k of I hull.. Yearling. 14 mo old hit) (OrriI\l. sIMI.I: %. J. Ihuma. .
Green
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lip bUlU and heifer ..Il..- -1. OM } Mar an L ''r i-b> >-! -" -
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