Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03182
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Here's Up To Date Report On Camp Blanding Rehabilitation Program


Like ants prancing around aSea state with some 100,000 troop understood to be made readyas Up to date reports on the witches .drilling two new wells, tendent for the Win H Smith double track and a few little started the last of June ar : '

of honey Borne 200 work- stationed there appears like the an emergency stand-by base three main projects are: renovating the disposal:: plant, Construction Co. of Kansas spurs and seven switches that expected to be complete I 'h

men are busying themselve3 ruins of Pompei with its lonely fort the 3rd Army, but recent 1. The I'tility program. to and the two water tanks build- City reports 75 workmen have consumes the other half mile the end of this month s. t-. I

over the vast expanses of Camp red-brick chimneys and cement signs show it may be taken over be completed! at a cost of ing a new pumping station and completed a little over 50 per of track. :Neils II. Brorsen of th.V- ,

i. Blanding with big strides toward coal bins sticking out on tha by the Marine Corps. $1.433.000 by next August u plan to build two new 650.000 cent of the job. Of the 20.000 ties to be used. II. Brorsen Construction x' ,

completion of the $1,727- huge base where twostorybarracks Tell-tale signs are the effortsof being carried out by the Owens gallon elevated tanks to go up He said they were on schedule 10,000 have been laid and Live Oak.Brorsen.

.022.60 rehabilitation project. once stood. Florida's congressmen to locate Construction Co. of Clear- later. with the $272.774.75 pro- 31.000: ( ft. of the 62.000 ft. of has had abouti

Work on the utilities railroad And except for the intermittent the newly formed 3rd water. Also included in the plans is ject, which he hopes will be single mils have been set in :
on the job and .
spur, and tekphone and tele- bee-hive activity of the :Marine Corps Division per- The huge project is some 25' to renovate the sewage lift completed by Oct. 1. It was place. 85 says ther .
about cent '
per through \' .
graph building is progressingon various crews doing the resto- manently at Blanding.At per cent completed, accordingto station. The work will involve started July I, Craig stated. Craig said he could use more the concrete block strut, ir'

schedule according to the ration work there, that's whatit any rate, when reconstruction W. D. Owens, owner and laying and inspecting some The spur will run from the men and especially appealed for It is a one-story affnir t"I'[ :>.

respective supervisors. would be. is finished, it is expectedto manager of the firm. He said 176,000 water pipes along withas end of the Humphrey's Gold experienced trackmen. His of- with a green shing' roof I-

Blanamg. a former war-time Actual work on the recon- have a skeleton force of his 80 workmen are: installing many sewer pipes. mine railroad spur to the ware- fice is located on Court St. opposite about the size of' Inlt. ,;

Army infantry boot camp that struction began in early January 600-800 troops and a civilian water and sewer main3, revo- 2. On the rail !spur which house area in Blanding he said, the Court House. court.

once held the fourth largest when the Corps of Engineers staff of 200 to keep the post vating electricity changing and will comprise six miles of a total distance of about 4 1-2 3. The telephone and telegraph The weekly r at HI.i-. .

concentration of people in the took over. The base is open. replacing transformers and track. Robert Craig. supenn- miles There's about a mile of building, costing $20,900. was in? is estimated $r> '>\\0''
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Poll Here Favors Sewage Extension I: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Seen By CouncilSome Official County Publication Established In 1S79

\OLOiE SEVEXTY-FOrii: ST \liKE, FI.ORln.HUD..\\ VI (,l sT ?'!. I9V M 'IIn'!: MXM.OT
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Adlai Over Ike 3-1 families living in
i theVest Madison St area be- New Court Signals Tourist Growth

I; Burns yond the residences L A Davis may and be able Ed Hundreds Flock To FreeXRay

Who would you want to :see win the presidential election to discard their septic tanks and

Nov. 4, Gov. Adlai Stevenson or Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower begin taking advantage of thecity's Blood Tests
? sewage system soon. I.... 'J Here
That is, if the City Councilcan ,
That's what the Telegraph wanted to know of Bradford get a crew to install ....
sewage -------- --
Countians this week, and printed below are the answers two sewage station lifts in that tm i-' lF'f n wnp' rf Alittle kids sit amble t.> seethe

given by 18 interviewees and their reasons for choosing area. ,I 2Y a ,4I -. -.a .6. .M,,,: Telegraph Prints I unii.s Wise| Bradford Coun, 300 Voters HereUnregistered
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ineir man.About And by the looks of Tuesday's ;,. ,'tI ; marched in to get chest X

r 65 persons from all I I the one, as he i is primarily a military 45-minute City Council meeting, 'M4 More 'Personals' ra\.s and take the diabetes detection .

walks of life were picked at man and doesn't know the one of the quietest this summer I I I tests this week. ,

r ndom to participate in the poll.I value of money." the Council i is heading to- -Polaroid I-Minate Photo by the T-legraph The two State Health Department

but because most of them did not I ward that goal. At the session, The Plant City UH'RIER.ne mobile units moved mtc More than 300 Bradford
D. C. locomotive
want to have their names used fireman.Forsyth Democrat Steven-- representatives from the Came- The Url.lfnrdIotor: Court, about a half mile north of Starke on (> of the state's largest weeklien 1 t ontiiiiied! to page eight i I ('ounty' \oters are not registered

with their remarkd and a few had I j! son. "I'm for Stevenson because ron and Rainey Co. of Orlando. Highway 301 is the countS ne\\rst tourist stopmer, one of M"\proll serving the htrawberr. for ttu special Democratic
not made their minds. only i working new structures now going primary election Oct. 14 or tile
up I he's Democrat." sewage sub-contractors up. center in Ilillsborough Comity.daimeil .
18 (Democrats) answers tc MOBILE UNITSCHEDULE presidential election XoI.
gave on the rehabilitation of .
in It. \ 15 edition
the I Jerry O. Gay, half of the Conner- ug. announced }Ira.. Marian I
inquiring reporter.All
Camp Blanding, proposed to
I Gay Insurance Agency. Democrat, that "Th (WRIER Print Crosby, l..or-t'It'.t of
in all, the roving reporter survey the installation possibilities lIllt'n[
found Stevenson was favored 13- Stevenson. "I'm casting my vote in the area and reportat !Four New Tourist :More 'Personals' Thann)' i registration( in the county.
for Stevenson' because we (Democrats -I ,\ 21-Starke i }I ..
5, nearly a 3-1 margin. the next Council meeting. Other t Florida Newspaper.! 1Ig' (Court House) r- Crosby !said these voters
I > hold nine of 17 chairmanships 10 to 1 & 2 to 4 I may l lIe made eligible (.:
The poll was conducted<< as Impartially ; If the Council can get the A 'personal' is a news nolfof
in the senate committeesand i .\IIii:. 23-Starke (Court House participate in the elections lreregistering
humanly possible. and I the ) )
as already-purchased station lifts Courts Go HereGraduates community's! persnnalitie
the only reason no Republican i ir most legislation can be won placed it will provide enough : Up hi action.ritten in one para. ,: III to I & 2 to 5Aug. i unialllnl.u: .

among the interviewees is because or lost in the committee either by pressure in the sewage mainsto graphHh usually more than 26-Starke (Court House) ;I mornings Ix'turrn 9 a.m and t

Bradford is so heavily-laden Democrat pidgeon-holing in order to hold enable the residents to use 'i one name mentioned.Knowing lOthi & 2 to I I I 12 noon.
a bill or by speeding it up on Whether Starke knows it or hot water in\ the baseboards Aug. 27-Marke: Court I
up ( House
that if we wanted to finda the e\teiisi\e ('0\f'r' )
the city's sewage system. not. it's slowly transforming from 1 Across the highway from \\'al! The registeration huoUs$ for
the agenda through the rules committee [ 10 to I & 2 to 4 I
Republican we'd have to go look this age/ of the KKADFORI COl'XTV -
Also if is accomplished
and if. the Republicans I a small crossroad on the map tc 13 a 6-unit project being built by I II Aug. 28-Brooker Parker I the Oct. II special pnmar\
up the listings on the County hundreds of acres of undeveloped I TELEGRAPH: we dial ( Store) I
I win in November we'd lose these I a popular overnight stop for Mr. and Mrs Anthony Cermenan 10 to II I called vntl l .
Registration books. I would be opened lenge.l the COlKIKU's In.ast 1 & 2 to 4 re< > >> Go Fuller
property | tourists. at cost of $11.000 : I
motoring a
Their answers with name. occupation I chairmanships. I think both ofI and counted I (he 'personal' \ug. 29-Hampton) (horn Store) I Warren to fill theacan'v m
up. I With five motor courts already The Cermenaro's began their i! i
I the men are good and capable [ H> to I & 2 to Jug
political party choice,, A. Cumber appealed items i in both papers for a (com the Supreme Court.ill h-
and for making choice: I but I think Stevenson us a middle- I Joseph I I entrenched along U S. Highway I I: court June 16 and hope to have it .\ 30-Keno (.%ME ('h11 rt'll.
reason to the Council for the installation parison.Although i rloseil II, Mrs. ('rost"
of-the-roader and will deliver ((301 on the city's north side three I open between Oct. 1 and Oct. 15. I Sept. ,
u Oak St.
) I
J, W. Williard. state prison the th TELEGRAPH: : ; I
of street light at
and .1 a i more new one-nighters and an addition !. A half-mile further north on' said. This 'onCorma with j
Eisenhower along good government away to 4 .V 5 to 7 I
steam engineer Democrat, -; senes a less populated Count>
intersection of South Cherry
to Dixie Motor Court are U. S. 301 workmen building a .
from Administration mess. are :Sept. 2-IJnroln Cit Nrar : state rule that the registration
not (
"I vote for the man, and !smaller community, thr >
I Laura Sts. ,
and J being constructed to add to thecity'a 10-unit Roman brick structure !
the party in the national election: .1 I Mrs. Harry Chesser. drugstore Grumber explained he couldn't ,, comparison showed the TKI.lv: : I'ine Inn) books must lose 30 dat. priorto
I tourist lure.Starke's for C. II. Bagley ar a cost of
I wouldn't vote for Stevenson because saleslady Democrat. Eisenhower. because I (;KAl'II printed two personal- 10 to 1 the election
home at night I
I "General Eisenhower tc::] see his way location 42 miles outside $30.000. Baglev plans to open the
there's too much the COl'RIKR
to one
have of and I the nearest light was one of Jacksonville is a convenient tourist court by Oct 1. Its construction r\ery --
in the Federal government more a logical plan 1 Council ; carried.!
::1 block! The unarniouly -
'I' away. stop-over for travelers who don'tlike began July 10.
for the I
and Stevenson's Truman'spick. more ability presidency The scorehoard:
I approved of placing a to stay overnight in a big The Dixie Motor Court :3 arke'r .
; I can't see another Trumanin than Stevenaon. I Plant ('It) (WRIER:. 101 Teachers Confer
L. B. Chambers. carpenter, j I light on the corner.I [ city, but don't care to travel as: first tourist court, is enlarging itrpresent I ? County
office. The TELEGRAPH 20
0. O. Webb manager of a furniture Democrat Stevenson. "I like:I City Clerk Carl Johns brought ; far south as Orlando or Tampa. i. seven units with a new I ,

stoie. Democrat' Stevenson! :,I Stevenson the best und I'm a | t&'thettEenf -tfcn. Council : New courts jpringii up are 12-* ',it addition W R. Metz er (! IoRiral, the TKI.EGKAPH:

I believe Stevenson's the better. Democrat. Stevenson has had experience -i! of another prospective industrialist i I adding 3S more units being built owner of the court stated. wins t the title of printing morr'personals' Plan School Procedure

man for the job as he has demonstrated I as the Illinois governor. I looking for a factory l, at a cost of more than 114000. I The project which was started !I t than 8flY' other

with his! success in running which is more or less in the same:I site in Starke. | The Bradford Motor Court located June 1, is being built at a cost of J I II Florida newspaper from t tin'

line the head of Johns said V. P. Silvermanof half-mile from Starke, newest I $30.000 and should be completed ('()tIllEll.
of Illinois in proprotion as 'I
the large I'.radtonl ( 't school }
Miami Beach approached 011111.\ t cue licrtfot; <10\\11(i !In. a lilt II' It'an,
of the three next week. 15, Metzger added.
opens by Sept.
Democratic ticket: the Federal Administration 1went 1[
I've him this week looking for a mjr tht'ni"z.l\ I'S t thi.serk; ill p partition, for t thr > 'I iJ
I ; to its owner J. E. Wall! 01 j it'tii?
through two depressions, i ir L according; Although the widening Tern
for 45
years. I building with 15,000 sq. ft. to I all !public t ch tt tI'2..
II. Weber retired. Democrat 1907( and 1929. and the Republicans, Jr. pie Ave. is cutting down the business R. J. Davis Last .
'I blouse The} 79 \\hit- teaihero
house hU ladies factory sprrttM'ni1a The .. .
Stevenson. "I've been voting: had them both times. I don't want: I The pink structure was started I of the Dixie and other affected fn.st tiav ofihi 'l $
he would transfer from I \ through Wednesday of .
Democrat all my life and I don't: any more of the HooveiDays." which : April 8. It will have 10 units,, courts along the tight of a full slate, with bus ':

plan to changp my vote" I' John Fuquay, painter Demo II Pennsylvania claimed to the Starke.factory Silver would costing 40000. Wall sap: it fea waa, booming toni ist trade 1, Rites To Be Held attending thife different lecture educators presented and hold-by ,; and the cafeteria ser 1 n 1 r' .

W. S. Smith machinist. Demfc.. 1 Crat. Sfevenson. "I believe Steven. man tures an innovation in this area tni'seen iiii'e thf four lane iuytvA: u I Morgan said.
for 200 ,ng inferences among themselves. '
: offer employment .
crat, Eisenhower. "I like Ike because > son knows more about the coun. gettingIts hi-at from <'in" ulatinj);;: 1., 1''lHpl..t,1 was'' lie expects some 2..1HI: ) .0>' "
The educational workshop
he's a GI." try. Ike's not the man for pres' women. This Afternoon to enter school through. <' '1)
.1 The Council then discussedthe headi by Dr. J L. Waftenbarg--:
Pete Dyal. pulpwood shipper ident." county a normal 'uI..11 .'..
nits of finding strut : t'r. professor of secondary education -
m :1S 52 BNS
Democrat, Stevenson. "I've always Harrison Moslev. farmer. Demo.' however[ he said there w';\' i ::1I .
.1 i ture but \\eie at a loss of \\here Last Hit.Inr. I R .1 Da\is; V:::; at the University of Florida. I .
voted Democrat. ('rat. Eisenhower. "If don't t sibility of an increase MMM' ni If i
we gel to find it in Starke. Howevrtj ,\ h., ili l 1 i'd< former barber,' I families connected with th.- H1! ,
Erroll Alvarez 'a change we're into bank 1 1'1
going Chairman Buddy Bishop asked la. ksdiiville hospital aftl'sut industrial arts at the Gainesville
Democrat Stevenson. "Ike want*' ruptcy. My pocketbook and th<. j Council member to inquire into i h iiiK: .1 h'rtit attack in Rtark"alllt'r f school, and Mrs. Pntchard. reading i| ing rehabilitation have small III
to economize and that's'againsl t Li I governments pocketbook is get: I Plan To Attend ', dren that might cot'1here. '
the matter of securing a College A 11he\ held! Friday aftern"n specialist with the Roe-Peterson

the people. The Republicans "ana ting smaller If this keeps on fo:r\ building that might be feasiblt at 2 p.m. at the St Mark'F.pls' f publishing house where many of I .

detriment to the poor people. L 115 more years. Russia won't havi 1 for the enterprise.A opal Church with Rev Fre'd< the school textbooks are pur L. II. Gibson assistant! 1 KH-

Mrs. L. L. Simpson housewife. to fight us. I believe Truman ant 1 I report i is expected at the I Eleven bm.tnd seven girls' ot iiKl threi, will enroll ,n| out "I! Yeikes officiating. Interment wi!I I'' chased I principal, asked students
Democrat. Ei nh.ower. "I jus't I Stevenson are controlled by th,r 'nl'xt meeting on the progress of : the 19.V2: Bradford High SchoolI I state olle<;.-s and lliuvi"( stle.| > he at the Crosby Lake cemeter y Yesterday at the meeting of I to change their class s<'he>Juie. !

believe Ike's a better man gamblers. and I wouldn't vote fo I 1 I this hunt for housing The next graduating class plan to further I A list ot students with the at :t pm.Born the Bradford County Educationalf II I make the change with him I 'i.> < "

R. S. McRae, painter. Democrat.. Stevenson not for nothing." meeting is scheduled for Sept. 2 I their education in four different I school! they plan to :tttend are a- Mar. 11, 1RS9. Mr. Davi Association at BUS. the teachers school begins.

Stevenson. "I don't believe Ike':r (Continued on pace eight i i college and one nursing school! follows: who lived on Church St. in Stark<.f heard Edward Henderson execu- i i| Gibson stated only "har lshj
this fall. University of Florida: Carolyn ] has resided in Starke nearly 31]I I1 tive secretary of the Florida E J'r 'I cases would be considered ilurmi'

RED CROSS IN : Absentee Voting : Rep. Conner Is Out of a smaller than usual I Edward<. Patsy Bt'ntonIary Jc his! life. except for time off ft.' uratmnal Association, as guest the first six weeks period

class of 56 members Green, Thomas F. Brown. Lloyd with his worl 1
graduating j duty in other cities speaker. Duron Beeler stepped III "<
URGENT APPEAL Begins Next Week i Keystone Lions I the 18 students continuing their I Grider. Carl Johns Arley McRae He was in Starke on vacatio n Next week the teachers returnf week as the new County .->, h ,,'

schooling comprise 32 per cent of, MIlton Molt. Earl N"orman.tark.- from duty Crestvjew when th, to their respective county school- Finance Officer. Mr. Beel.-r ,*,

Bradford County dtiienn are AH registered utters for the : Club Speaker their group a record percentage. | lee Raulerson. Pat Sieg, and J. E I j fatal attack came. and work on their individual just released from the r r. .' .

letting do\m the little underrlothed ('ItV_ election &"\\lt. !9 may cast BHS graduated about S5 *>tu- Tomlinson. !I Mr Davis was employed by th If problems. Harmon P. Morgan where he put in 19 months *n.

children who begin nn absentee ballot with City Doyle E Conner. Representative l dents as a rule with approximately :( Mars Hill College. N. C.: Helen Swift and Company in Jacksor superintendent 1 of public instruc- Instruction and Educati'in

M-huol In a few wrrks. Clerk Carl Johns in the City to the State Legislature fror 11 i 25 per cent of these attending i Haines and Joan Tenly. vil'e and Miami, and worked as a ,I tion stated. tion at Camp Cook. Cain

The liM-al Red Cross Chapter Hall .beginning next week. I Bradford Count spoke before th e'' advanced schooling giving a lower ( University of Colorado; Terry bank cashier for the old Bank r)sfl I Beginning Mnnda\ Morgan and He is married and has u'' -'

appealed for clothing fur the Deadline for absentee ballot. i Keystone Heights Lions Club a,.t percentage but more students! j I' Kelcher Starke for 14 years. He was a 1 other members of the Bradford Joey, 11. The Beelers plan! t t", <

needy children in last week's is :5 p.m.. Sept. 5. announced I their regular meeting Mondaj,' ''': entering college.Thirteen Florida State University: Florence member of St. Mark's Episcopi;l! j school system me-t with the coun. tinue living in their home I IP< I I.IIK"

Telegraph and did not reveRe (iei>rjj"" S. Patten. city. attorney night, Aug. 11.RE'pnentati'e. 11 of these plan to enter Brown. Church in Starke. tv negro: teachers at R. J. E. City for a while, he said
disciwe i iI
one response. Any of the approximate\ : Conner ,]I the University of Florida in Alachua General Hospital Schoolof I I Active pallbearers are: Joh n high School in Reno. ,
bn if
bt Names of county ;
If any citizens h:1all}' clothIng 1,600 registered. city voters that ,' legislation which may come up i Gainesville next month, two will' Nursing, Gainesville: Join Sil- ': Powell. Barney McRae. Harold <-.I| They will go, through a similar '
or shoes that would be fore the next session of the Stat e'' other schools in the state cox. E. I : to their for the coming year ar- l 1.1.
plan to IM out of the city maycast attend Wall, Albert L. Cro. by [ program and then return
suitable for the children please Legislaturer He pointed out tha:lt' Barry, Raleigh Connerv
( Futch. further work.
their ballot Patten said. Matthews, and Mack assigned schools for
bring them by the American I tat this time it appear that n e Recent Births Survivors include his widow th It' I Registration of Starke first demons Jr., Ralph Gain.-v M'1r ,
Red CrotlUk... located in the major tax legislation will be considered >' i i Lions Meet In Den Etta Faye Gill. Mr >
former Lucile Tatum of Jacksoi'- 'graders scheduled for tnnd:, .
Public Health Clinic on Church. : C ot C ClosedThe and that serious debat, On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs W. R Gatlin. ville: two daughterMrs.; H. <:-. 9am, to 3pm. Green. J F. GriffIs M I 1. I II
Starke.Dances take place over the propose a Starke Harrell. Russell! lIorush.r
St. In may a son. born Aug. 11 atDoetors I Davis' Jr of Tallahassee and Mr H .
from Jacksonvjll I.- Hutchinson, Mrs An ,' K
Chamber of ComtvenI 'e super-highwav The Starke Liorus plan to meetit Clinic Hospital. i Leonard F. Smith Jr. of Munsol 1. 'OIHtV. MROX( NI'hiItR: ence Cora Stokea. Mr \1 .'
PostponedThe tourist office at Call and Coui rt to Miami the Lions Den Wednesday night grandchildren. Larry Smit.h hey Mrs.
I two ,
I Mr and Irs.Iillartl Griffis Th' Telegraph printed. last Brown Mrs. Gertrud-' Ill.
'Sts.. has been closed this week b,e. Regular business of the Lion i? at 7:45: for a business meeting and Gregory Davu>; four uncle s garet
Starke. a daughter. Diane Gail. week: the information that new Frank Norman Truman .< ," ,"
weekly American Legior. cause of lack of volunteer worl i' Last Wednesday the Lionesses of Jacksonvill e
f W.
Club included appointment t) I Ilr I C. Morgan
1 born 10 their ,
Aug. at Doctor's Clinic students must hal'a..t'.1| Ethan Sapp, Jack Jones!'! I M
dances held the Starke Lion I I J. <)
at armory ers. :entertained their husband Ellery Davis of Starke.
committees for the coming yea i j I Hospital.Mr sixth >iirth' \,\ Jan. I. 19.t2, Ira Rusha.
have been cancelled until the con 1 Any persons desinng! to act ;:is. with a buffet dinner at Mr ands Morgan' of Waba.-o and Brut< f '
struction on Temple\'t' i.s completed. host while ii Marian Howe i i.j by Lion President Henry J. Hughe Mrs. Maxie Caller's plave or and! Mrs Hlrold01':1: : ,D\ Davitt Anadia. "111all\ ;;>..nMs t as state.l I In principal ( ". Par- N. pr'" .. ..! ;,r'- E.: \

announced Ray Stone (\1. vacation ma jet the k- \ ;, I!iss: instead uf I IT.! .
chairman of the dance. the Guidon Grill was welcomed! into the Club .ere present!t :\'I iy c fl.., : (f"III"< H, .11)- i ( ;"

I 45- Candidates Report For First BH Football Workouts I 1


It might be a bannei year for last year th.- T :: nor I am. .nl.'l1It1hll': \ weekrnr, Hohb* V 4. _
BHS football team through in !M nj: ; "\K Mr\ the bai.ks 'hrlttgn!1 i nem s I

The Tornnadoes. who filliped With a '1. 're epein: : < d! team blinking passing as.a! ,! m I n
third last season in the East Florida -I in the line and backfield exceptat plays. .

Conference when they planned 1 end. which Hobbs said was his Practice began lon'.I"! an,

t.> win "only a fe'w't'rC I weakest position. the Tornadoes, I boys trying out for the te ,( 0'

hunting through practice this I might see one of their bet yearsin I Tom McClure Thomas Mi. or''I .

week with 45 candidates reporting I a long time this season. I Bobby Wiggins. Jimm \\ ei1triI

I.' Head Coach James Hobbs. I Meanwhile. Coach Hobbs and 'I I Stanley Clark. Pat BOAI'Bili\'

And the encouraging fs'tor'a? his assistant coach Harold Hazelwood I Moore Ronny Patray. R> 'rum

tht appearance uf nine lettermen: : were sending the boys Henderson. Gene Shaw. Gi.-n No
Aaron Hutiheson. Zack: Crawfordand through two practices a day or. man Jerome Cooley. Pe >It'

Gary: Garner tackles; Mike the high school gridiron at 9 a.m. I Cox. Bobby Fergusor Huev

('!.nk. guard; Ocie McGee. end:1: ; and 3 pru daily. Hobbs deals Crosby. Robert Eaves l..an.aaShaw.

..nJ Delano Thomas Edwin. Prevail with the new candidates in the Harold! Beasley Man ..1Harrington. .- .. 'l _____ :' :. tI .,.diI "...::t'"":'!"" ':' '.! i

Ed Teston and Randall Mar- morning and afternoon and the Calvin Blount. Ji'
'in, all backs with five moie due lettermen 'vork out in the after- my Reddish. Tommy Slade! d\. Bradfon.'s football Tornadoes are complfiin! :; heir' first week ..1 pra tire fbi"ntek I Ha/elwiMKl deimunsirat'-s for onlooking hnenien c'antlidate'. projMT uffi'n-' II' "

ti report noon session only Alvarez. Ned Prmgle. C \\' over at the high school stadium and pi. tuned t at the left are ihi' l"a .ks posing:; turn and ihe far right photo has the backs hitting: the blotting diunm>.

Fal.with! a big rebuilding j It HazehUH i was handling the c l'O:1tinued to page eight' during; a brl'akIth head ( ol'h; James Huh' -, t I'nl'r \ssst.mi ( oa h Ian.hi 1 : i .'. PtIt t.y 11.0: T. :.-grll'w ; !'-


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PAGE TWO FKIUAY. AfGlsT :>'.'. I9.! >'.'
S'' ??' ?'TTTTTTTTYY' ' ''TTYTYT' '" Clarence Adkins and lies Lamar Brown i is :
Emily spending C:
BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEW: ; eorge Saxon were Mrs. W. E I Mrs G. P. Wed sworth,
S'i I Hunt enjoyed an outing at Kings week in Gainesville. j IF Beagle of State Farm and Mr Mr. and 11 rs. Emoi >

COUNTY EDITOR S'B 1 i i HAMPTON ley Lake Sunday Mrs. Frank Williams entertained I a Jid Mrs Gordon Marks of Pom- I Brow n have moved into .1: I

VIEWPOINT Mr and Mrs George Saxon en Saturday m honor of the sixthly!, >ano who also called on Mr and ment in WeWo

TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER )' Mrs.m.. vt. Hammond tertamed with a birthday dinner I birthday of her son Jimmys Re. j J.Irs B. Y. Saxon.
Do]laid McManone I i- ':
Sunday honoring Mrs Saxon' freshment.- were serl!
< to about
i :Mi' :and :Mr- ,, ,
C't.I"n,1,j ure!! :'::1.' w ith 'IN\ ; v .'
W 1*
Ali il"'il"'li.W'..u daughter. Mrs Inez Offerd of guest
Hates "
Subscription Rates: Established In 1879 I I \1'" .11' ,It .In\: ,:!" '!" 1 "" ',,'" ;' .re-::' V-: ,
6 Mo. On Application Miss lie rite Davis Jacksonville Present besides the Recent guesf. j.: M, ,Id ;M{ ?: .
$;%.?5 Year >$1.50 j daughter of ::''la\ \ :' }h." P\!" ':':- ;.I.J[: \I .S ", : ::
= 11r. and Mrs. Oocar Davis honored: guest were Mr. and Mis .
], forme ,
E. L. Birt and Holland Paine -- .. '.__. ,
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATIOI's"| ; residents of Hampton, and Pfc of' ,11,1111.1 .. --'''"-. - -;;= ,-- -. >---. .' --,---A.-, .-,'-- '. '.. ., .
Mrs Lillie Andrews
= ; S. J. Osteen. son of William Os: ,
teenere married with a double is visiting her si.iterl11.lalt" ..,.. ; ': .

Turnpike Not An 'Unmixed Blessing' ring ceremony at Waycross Ga., William Slade.
:Mr. and Mrs. W F R\ .It'r i sm:"
Sunday. They were accompanied
:Much has been raid and written about the "In the middle of this particular turnpikehere by Mr. and :Mrs. Davis; Irs, f Paul and Bill of ;New York. hat .,

proposed toll turnpike from Jacksonville to fot! a stretch of 40 mile> between sen'irestations. Emily Rhoden. grandmother of returned after spending\\ (I \\e.'K: I

Miami. So far there seems to have been In theory, {mlice and service trucks I the bride; Charles Davis, brother : with Mrs. Verna Young\ m: !

little objective thinking about this patrol that area. In theory you should not ''perlie Davis, a twin sister; and family.
very I George Saxon i is ill at /Jus h,mn
gigantic proposal. Those who are for it are hale to wait more than a feu minutes forrescue Harold and Janie Rhoden.I here
rabidly for it, and those who are opposed to if anything goes wrong lint inpr3..tke Mr- and Mrs.to Jacksonville Osteen were Monday accompanied William Slade is recuternfrom ;

it doesn't quite work out that ua."Suppose .\'.
it are equally violent in their views. Pro his recent illness.
morning by Mrs. Davis, son:
ponents refer to it as a $?7 ,000,000 project, you lloa tire in the middle of Charles daughter Perlie and Lamar Price of Tampa rUltcon !

while those who oppose it say it would cost: this 40-mile stretch, as this motorist had j 1 Harold Rhoden where they left his sister Mrs Russell IH. ,i' I
the misfortune to do. Then suppose! anhappened I
Its advocates
before completion. Saturday evening.
$400,000,000 | for Big Bay :Michigan, where the ,.
: say it is vital to the continued that jour jack doesn't work so groom is stationed. Rev. and Mrs. John B Dix.n l t171T1

growth and prosperity of Florida, while the that you can't change your tire 'our"f'lr.Then j IIAMITON, 11. V. : of Jacksonville were Sunnadm ru.nr. cvrr ru PritT' i.ood 1 Thru "sa \ u.

antis say it would cause the grass to grow >ou wait for the strike truck or the The Mary Moore Circle of the 01'1' guests of Mr Jiod Mrs (C; P -- -

in the streets of towns and cities that were police. It doesn't do any gocxl/ to try to hail : W. M. U. First Baptist Churcl Wadsworth and supper guest<
by-passed by this disputed expressway. dun a |assing car. "'e tried that. We just ;i met at the home of Mrs J, \\' and Mrs Claude :M.u LB.

Property owners in Starke and Bradford got amused Smilo.hy Horne with 13 members present Jimmie. son of Mr and Mis I C
I .
D. Dyal and Rothell Jones s"m >If
County are sincerely convinced that a turn- "\\ doesn't a service truck nr a policecar Mrs Viola Allen had charge of th I CAN
Mrs Raleigh Brannen ai.ntei
pike would cost this section thousands of come h)' ? There are several answers.One I program taken from the RoyalSenice thiseek
Mrs Betty May read :avery taming Mumpa
dollars in tourist business annually. Most it's a very hot tIa)'. Two. there are Mr and Mrs John Knight Rev
letter from :Mrs
concerned so far are those directly de scores of other stranded motorists. Three, ,' Moore interesting, wife of our Baptist Mis, W C. Burton Mr and Mrs M L

pendent on the tourist dollar, such as motor the service station 20 miles up the road ahead stoners to Chili. This was enjo'erl Watterson. Mr. and MrFred 'II'Rath's '

courts, restaurants, service stations, and is +O swamped with business right/ there that it as Bro Mooie visited our church erick Watterson of Hampton
hotels but of course, anything that af- can't detach a patrol for the unlucky car during Bible Conference week! and Mrs. Sibley and .ilaunhte Black Hawk Donald DuckOrange

fects these enterprises adversely would be a marooned 20 mile. away."So this vear Mrs Birt closed the of Theresa attended church seer LuncheonMEAT

blow to the entire community. ices at Pine Level Friday : )ou sit and wait. You ran wait an hour meeting with prayer.

Friends of the turnpike say that those and a half. We did. Then jou are rescued During the Social Hour, Mr; Saturday evening Rev Magee o f

who oppose it are selfish and would hold up not by the official facilities, but b> a icadmaintenance ;i Horne assisted by her daughter Folkston. Ga. was the evangelist

the progress of the entire state just becausethe truck that takes pity on yon Mrs. May and Mrs Mary Browrerved Mrs Robert Brown and Ralpl' JUICE110z

turnpike does not go by their door. and loans you a jack at the risk of losing j fresh peach ice cream and Pearsall are patient.in\ the'

Those who oppose the turnpike might reply hi. job because he is infringing upon a I individual block cake. Gainesville{ hospital. Mr and Pearsalvuited sir! Can
Brookins and Mrs
that it would be a very unselfish man, indeed 'monopolj. Only the official concessionaireis Mr No.and 12 Mrs For. Wm.\Mllovv W.' Ruth Hammon Mr Pearsall in the hospita' 1 39C 471/2C

who would not put up a fight to protect sup|>osecl to render aid. : Wednesday evening
lawn ,
entertained with a part ,
into thousandsof i
investment running
. an station. I Mr and Mrs Fred Dculd, nf Ke\
"Finally jou do get to the !serie ''Aug. 14, honoring the 12th birth I "'>I.
dollars. Besides, they might argue You stand in line and i if you gel jour lire in i clay of their daughter, Willow stone Heights "Irs.o Sapp 'II
most tourists come to Florida to see the New River and Muss Hazel Phi! LARGE BOX
an hour you are lucky. Then )'out't/ in I Ruth. I
and enjoy leisurely travel. There- of Starke returned from a
scenery refreshments lips
line for a tanklul of ga. That took exactly Games were played and
fore, a Jacksonville Miami: expressway week at Ben Lippen Bible ton
of ice cream
half an hour. Add it up. The price in time consisting
might not attract a sufficient number to ference Ashecille.v. C cm Satin
and punch
of a blowout on the er-planned{ highwsiv cake. cookies 141
make the toll road payoff, was three hours. Incidentallj'' the new tire 'i'served to 45 guests. Assistin'Mrs. day Miss Connie Swei nv wh
What we know of toll roads, first hand, I' Hammond with the refreshments had spent six weeks at lamp i I""
was about $6 higher than the same tire
is very little. But sc..iething we read the were Mrs. R F. Dyal, Irs, turned with them
would cost on the ordinary highwaj so near
other day has caused us to believe they maybe | Ena Nazworth and Mrs. John Mrs Jessie Chast.ur >;P"IJ! tilo
in terms of miles, but so infinitely' far in Lake
a not altogether unmixed blessing, as j Hammond weekend in City
terms of social and economic theorj. ,
Barbara and LarivMi; N> 'n
those who advocate them would have ube- | Willow Ruth was the recipient
lieve. "In theor)' the New Jersej Turnpike should I of many useful and beautiful gift! children of Mr and Mis KH-:i iTiiclden
cut the driving; time from Baltimore new ('oSnXTIOSI : \\ returned ftom Cm, "
The writer of this article admits that I Donald Duck Vacuum Packed
York bj an hour In our case the price of The Christian Church of Brad : where thehad \1"lt,1 th>'i"
turnpikes have their merit. "All you have ,
nnfujing the enefils l of 'planning' was a ford and Union Counties will hoi /grandparents Thewei i < om\ SALADDRFWNfi ASTOR
to do is push your foot down on the throttle the Christian panted home b\ then :aunt Hi r
net f'"tra0 hour."It their Convention at
and roll and long keep rolling I; ,
as as you August 31. cote Van ALstine who t un: '
and nothing happens among the mysteries just raises a question whether planned : Church in Hampton .
of the home the same
below the hood or under the floor board, and economy i is really such an advantage over !I host John church Childress will deliver the morn' and Mrs Lt'lal\llkdl'lIh.lII 'l I' COFFEE f E

if your tires are proof against steady driving competitive{, economy after all. There is no and sister Rub visited tiien, s, ,,11 i

on a hot summer day you will probably qveslion un the aesthetic -oreboard.. The I ink A message basket dinner will be served and family in Deland1',, i t"i? .

emerge at your chosen exit singing the planned highway wins handdown.'' Hut on the church grounds at I'OO: pm. weekend They were a< i ,>'J pa-m I Qt. Jar 37C Lb. Can

praises of the idea of state planning. there are moments when one yarns nostalgic 'Charles Moore of Atlanta Christian home b\ three gtancUhildiMis u 79C

"But just let something go wrong with all)' for the endless procession of competing : College will speak in the Frank Thomas (enteilaine

your car on this riband of motoring dream- service stations which mean ever ; afternoon. All members and Sunday her aunt and mule Mi I r --

land and pleasant doubts will creep .into available succor in moments of need.l fi Sends are cordially tort -l tc and Mis. DUdley Hm's of lack

the crevice of your consciousness!" '* attend. f I, sonville and her mother Mi- Del Monte

Tliis writer then goes on to say that one It seems to us that the writer of ti;Ie Tbe Young Peoples Trainin Starling of Graham.

of the usual turnpike theories is that unrestrained above article has made a point that desert es Union{ of the Baptut Church had Mrs Wvlie Williamson! am. CALIF. PEACHES No. l'/2 Can 29C

competition along the way pro- serious 'a peanut boiling at Hampton Lak daughters Virginia and lIhai>!
consideration by those who a 1 e at.ce .
About 23: ,
duces an unnecessary duplication of service Saturday evening entertained Thur.;dat ;11 I'rn 10'1'i;

stations and other facilities with their accompanying tempted in this era of speed to sacrifi< tended. Mrs. Noah Jackson and, claughtt; Dole

signs and banners that offend everything for the sake of gaining an ext ra Mrs W II. Maxwell returned Shirley. sons Bemue I.i-slu> tn '

the article sensibilities of the motorist. two or three hours over a distance of fi'.C the first of last week from a viit Gerald and Miss Join-it 1 ; ll.,,, OzOz

Therefore the service station concession or six hundred miles It may be that in'' with her daughter Mrs. A. \'1.u Ice cream and cake trees ,.;. i\ ,'iiMrs PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 29

Burr is and family of Jacksonville Jessie Chastain :and 'any'!
along the entire turnpike is usually farmed certain highly{ industrialized and over-pop L' her
accompanying her home were Sue'If' in Ca'n'--; ;' :-
daughter '
out to a single with stations spacedso latwl :arl'aof: the northeast, turnpikes a re '
company Florrie Mari ..!Ln. HollywoodTOMATO
two granddaughters and High Spring.ecl
there need be no more than necessary. a necessity. At some time in the dim ai HI ;; Diane, who spent a I

Theoretically} that sounds all right, this distant futurv. that time may arrive in and Dorothy On Sunday }Ir. and Maurice Nazworth or .J 1 u r\ ,',,

writiT says, but look what can happen in Florida. We do not believe however, th,,\t Mrs.week Burris here. spent the day with the vine spent the \t'l'k.'n.. ) trill!) JUICE 46 19C
mother Mrs'! Ena Na7uo'th'
that time L ,
actual practice : now. llaxu ells and took the girls home ,
Willow Ruth Haninionl I \\' i-
T Alderman was iI i inI
\ortr i: or 1:1: .{ION Mr.s. .1 ,,
YYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTNOTICE. I .J I I: \\.im\uinlit. 11.\\'.>r Trenton last week to attend the overnight guest at tlv' !h"'i Donald DuckPEANUT
sinUi I ,'rula. t h v \iitiic' I her brother, Mr and Mr- John' P:
:;;;, I'It.'I: ; I'I't: of Mr. Aldcrmans aunt
:iuili" \ ard m nn 'IA' <1. i funeral
!I PLANNING TO MOVE? ll-'It.l'\ < ill .III eltMull ti> !10. I h, 1 Roberts. Hammond of Crystal LalS'nul: i Oz
:: i Mrs. Jane
.11 th.' CnII.ill, in the afor ", evening and atl.uh''n'\ '", -'< BUTTER 11 15C
,,,nn l hIh... qualified| l Votersn'ii "n On Sunday the T. J. A1itprmal1th. ,:
the t (I'I'I'< \ !.
Hope Baptist i i I
for > Mlt\ ;srlgrmhrr| ( y. I"!+:"i2.i: forinn 1 attended the Alderma
do the
Let job complete.
us you .. .. ';, family
|p st nf 'let ting the fulluvt I II' TlieressaMr ,
1' liB.Aly.utu Y "$011' We operate local and long >';.t!11!,:,'!;': family reunion at Sanderson. 1 .- I'kz'" -
'> 1 '11t1.U.1.11'.1.111: : 1: ::\ FOR T',Yo Hall is visiting{ hr 1I and Mrs Fled, \\1.:Idol.. l i I'
.'S1V1IfnA. distance\ anywhere in U. S. Mrs. Debbie
1. r i iit.s: U. S. "CHOICE" Gr. Beef
Doris Atkinson at: and Muss Martha Homo itt-ml>'" Baby
lu"pri 't.r> .r said election: ( daughter Mrs.
.r.l .. K i ; III'mining way the T. V. Show in la.. k-o. ilJ-!!
311 250-J J W \r. Kdu.inls ;Savannah. Ga. CTCAIRound or T-Bone Lb.
one or i I 1.\1: i.uiiftMis I Master Dudley Hardy was hos : Thursday evening Mis H.m 89Cu.
I Pearl P.uriiham of his playmates a1 t sister: Mrs. Darksdah oi i MUK t .
to 12
i' i Friday
MOVING'R. Excellent: t Storage Facilities IM IaS.II":IC-IMIIII iwhrreof.. I hen Ina> I weiner roast atc his home thE, took part in the shi.o Th
.rb.) ..rlbr MIX n.iin.and onus twelth birUf camera showed MiU'l.M{" : :!
-t .il I >.1111r s.iui, l..wn G> h.! h<.. occasion being his also. S. CHOICE Eat-Rite Baby Beef
; III"( affixxl' tint the 5 day > : day.
AM}) :
\IIUIIM t.\ l I. 11".2. 1! }Irs Hazen .1 .olllk'l I .
B ALVAREZ Mrs Wiggins, daughter Mrs Punus i-: + Lb.
oj ''''F It'1 \I, >rvi.: ;
SON I I I. \\.1111\\ rih! M.iMir' George Williams and son Joe, wry ter Ella Jane of O.ali spen'! Mo I 1""RIB ROAST 79CLb.
1'I''I r-: T; r.ni j.ihiiv rite i't] rk '
Mi I I I. \
I Agents for Delcher liros.lYmman 3st 9/5 in Jacksonville Monday dav. with her aunt i I'
I' Mr. and Mrs B L Hinson ane I Wynn
I Hldg. S. Court St. on.ICK: MTH.IKS U. S. CHOICE Eat-Rite
atteMed Baby
Mrs Douglas Hardy Mr and Mrs Cult.+i.: i I'h.s <
Bradford Count) Telegraph funeral of their uncle J. R. Hirtao daughter Sue and! sc.-i Ton" i '.

'at Jacksonville Saturday. Mr and Mrs B<'it Hms"n i ', J .

;Mr. and :Mrs W. J. Hinson an daughter Brenda11.: .. t ..-.' ., CHUCK ROAST S 65C

family of Jacksonville spent th! Magnesia Springs Suii'lnMan !

first of the week with Mr: 'in Bird is in N.' :. y"- ,; U. S. CHOICE Grade

1 ': Douglas: Hardy and familv with a load of pn>cl'iHearing < .'
1 Miss Gladys Bund spent( las Lfc

week: with Miss France DodJ :a''I LAMB SHOULDER 49C

L 1 Keystone Heights Aids
VI ,
Mr and Mrs I'ercGnffm "
I 'Jacksonville called on his fith> r -
I : iv- Walter Griffin Sunday CH.'nis: ; Gr. "A" Dressed & Drawn Sugar Cured
} I j Mrs Layfield spent the we. k
end with relatives in Game-\.' BatteriesDiabetic Young SmokedICNICS

5 Miss Grace Dicker-on e tiled! ,! "I

her aunt Mrs Thornton Jo1!"nu ':I Foods
I fanuK SundavMr

TIME and Mis .I C. Them, is r: I AM 1) TURKEYS

t ?o fam:!y and Mr and lies: t ;kr'j'f i ii
Start the Student Off To 'f' I 1 i Crews of Jacksonvilleut: ,, i tT'V '. Supplies
i I 1 to 8/lb/
School l With aNEW <:'+!re ..f Mr and Mrs\ Troll
w ; J' Norm ui IIJ'\y: MiIV I I In1:, Surgical I :;'Fr"7r,59C 49CI

WATCH f1l1 ''Tom'iir.sinh\ has spent s.rweek.s {t Supports 1

at the Norman hi- > I : -_____,./.-= _""'" It... .- _
Priced $15 :; 'i ,, JI, : .M '
up f:rreil' > : k; > n\il.e : .\M)
'. '
I RUSO Frozen
I Cr,.n',
er:;- t- i I
I Vulorth WeNhoro -
c. J Vr 3-,1! Mis Fra-ik Ti" i I' TrussesWe

Eiin Canterbury s, :II Jtr..r- mol t ct.lUghter \ >"1",1;,I i I' STRAWBERRIES S E J

ulo\a l ... '
1 an.1 i 'Ls- Ear'.ena? Norn .>:: tr Rent i CANS C
/i J.IlI'son\ile! Tuesday.

.. 4 Mr P L Morris an.r.\ P I CrutchesVeterinary
.. .. F \ Winter Garden Frozen
Jr of ManKnny are \'H'I In', r

j, .,'er Mis Gerald A ik'i: ;> I',.\
far1:'Iv. PEACHES S
I .
JEWELRYED ': Mr std Mrs Grafti n .\di,.r:, Supplies

GEM i land fi'iul: ) leu for their':om.i i i I Ii
L ,,,, ...
i Miami, Monday; after -;pendtn, 11t t I IL"" "E. = ![ __ _

I i their summer vacati ,it !m., :\. CANOYAll'Kl !
I kins home here. Superb rand : Thompson Seedlesir

SIMPSON 1 Mr and Mrs Gert': 1 \ Ik ;,, .:<'HlI'TIO"( ( FNTERne.tr : : Sibs 3 "5.

j I daughter Louise Mr I-d i Mi I hospital )1t.ainea MARGARINE E 99c I I GRAPES 49c

Seaboard Railtcay {Watch{ Inspector E. M Prevail and ::'''r: V-: ,i.'Mrs .,.!
Grafton Adkiri and 1 :: 1M' I 1- ;1 : isle Fla. .
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t TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT a good many questions. The debate ... .... '.ring of the Pine Level section attended a week in Tallahassee. I with the H. M. McRaes. Rev. guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. N.j, THANKS ENI'ItFSSEf)
grew acrimonious at time church here Sunday night. | Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp wer Adams leaves Aug. 27 for Little I Norman and son. 1! Having been residents of' PI ,

Kevstone Heights and covered a good deal of ground LAWTEY% Kenneth Watson of Jacksonville 1: visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers, j Rock, Ark. to attend the Missionary '! Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodmar.,: ford County for the past fu e .

taking in practically the whole tax i, spent part of last week with his 'I 1in Jacksonville Thursday after-, I Baptist Institute. were recent dinner guests of Mr ,we would like to take thus ', ;
structure of Keystone Heights. It L. II. Futc6AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA parents Rev and Mrs. S. L. Wat nOOn. and were accompanied home I Mrs. V. A. Browning was visiting and Mrs A. F. Fender. tunity for thsnki*.,:: our :
By Mrs. Sara :McDonald: was brought out that the towr. I i son. by Rudolph and Joe Sapp and: I her sister. Mrs D. C. Melvin Mr- and Mrs. X. F. Hall are en .fnends for the man kn. :
AAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAA.The I has a considerable cash balance I I Ancel and Leroy Norman were Gerald Norman. at Brooker last week. and friendly cooperation sh
on hand and questions were askedas j Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett i I fishing at Oklawaha River Fridayand :Miss Barbara Jane Thomas is jovmg a fishing trip to CedaiKevs After a short vacation v\i
City Council met Tuesday .
Aug. 12 for the of hear to why such a large surpluswas announce the birth of a son' Vann reported a nice catch. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYPINE spending a few days with Miss turn to '.arkt''I I'PMKroneiiborjzi ''
purpose allowed to accumulate and Wayne In St. Lukes Hospital in j Glad to hear that Keith Redder Kay;: Frances Kerns. at Ocean Way r.
ing the complaints new assessments.of tax payers So about many I that led to a discussion of some Jacksonville Aug. 12. Mrs. Bennett is improving after his operation LEVEL I near Jacksonville.Mr \ fAKI or BLANKS

turned up to complain that noth of councils plans for future de- and the baby are now visit- at Alachua Hospital last week. and Mrs Jack Spencer and The family of the late William
ing much could be done except velopement such as paving of| ing Mr. Bennett's parents Mr. Little David Hawkins of Jacksonville By :\Ir... H. :M. :McKaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Bill Starling spent Saturday night Carlisle Wooten wish to express WILL PAY CASH
streets and taking care of erosion. and Mrs. Bennett. !I spent part of last week
hear the and I Troy j their appreciation to friends relatives
complaint promise I I 'in Jacksonville visiting Mr. and
Since these questions were outside Miss [anAnn Wells returned I with his grandparents, Rev. andMrs.
action in the future. About !: and neighbors for the For Saw Logs
near of the meeting which S. L. Watson. The revival :Mrs Grady Nettles and family.
thirty tax payers protested the the scope :,jto her home here after spending' meeting is over at kindness and sympathy shown by
valuation put on their property- I' was solely an equalization board. the summer vacation with her': Estelle Green is spending a few Pir.e Level Baptist church. and Mrs. Irene Boan of Heilbronn them and for the beautiful floral AND PI"iPWOnTnlBEU

some of them very vehemently nothing was accomplished by them I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank '' days in Jacksonville with her there was a large attendance.We and Mrs Sue Mynck of Lake offering!: during the recent
I I except in an informative way. Wells of Punta Gorda. i uncle and aunt Mr. and MrsStanley are glad to that
I report ourpastor' loss
One group had employed a lawyer Geneva spent Sunday with the in the of then
i j I withanother A IVt. Card Will Nnnu M hI'll
The meeting was adjourned I Mr. and Mrs. Spier Daughertv Crawford. ,.* wife, Mrs W E Hall i.-' beloved husband and father
to represent them and they asked called for Monday H :\MiRaes Afternoon! usitot'were "
meeting I and son, Robert of Savannah Ga Mr and Mrs M Beech and Mi- much improved after \i-ial da\v Mrs J"sse! lrlff1l1'I'l't.' < !; Sec:\ 1'uu.
I Aug. 18. ;: spent Thursday night of last week Ted Shultz of Jacksonville were illness Mi and Mis Pelbert Greer Wa'11ind: I'athtii'v! U ,,', '
Dr Holl. pastor of the Community nr.il: -cm' :NUhii. t Hi :Ihroirspi D. B. 'Dick' Thomas
with Mrs. A. H. Harley. mother Mr- DeloresCarmicheal <<
visiting their Kt'\ and Church has announcedthat I Mrs. Morine Summerlin and Sandra end l Biiht n.ys ,ni :M.-! :\II Hi.:.' I'n !i' \\:1: ,,:" I' \\', "tt'1 > !' I iw lev. 1 Id.

his subject for next Sundaywill :son, Joe of Jacksonville were Mrs T N Norman is spending Pensaroia spent Munddv I1Igh: hill!! "t< S' .
be Two Men Pray"'The weekend guests of her sister Mrs

thrill that comes once in a H. E. Priest, and family.Mr. _."",,- ._ ._ .:.-'__. .___ ._._ -0. __ .. __- -_: :-_ -'_. ::.o ;
life time" came to little Kenny and Mrs. J. L. Roberts of
Sue Price, granddaughter of )[r. : West Palm Beach were recent |
and Mrs A. G. Louden, last Saturday guests of Mr. Roberts sisters '
She and her sister. Rebecca Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs A H. -
have been visiting their grandparents Harley. I II Ij tI T ARLIN G

I[ for some time.. Saturday I Eldon Sapp and sons, Rudolph COCA COLAMayonnaise
fishingoff Donald Duck
morning Kenny Sue was
I and Joe Allen, of Heilbronm I S
the dock and hooked an eleven 1( Springs were attending to busi

.' I' pound bass. She brought it in ness in Lawtey Monday. | 6Bo1OeCa1o"

)rt I.A :. .a I without any assistance. I I Mrs J. M Browning and son I II GROCERY MARKET i,3

-... ....);: ..;.'..'."."w., I Mrs. Siprelle has returned from David, have returned to their home C
the west I
_-::.. .. '',..',,.'..r."" ........- i a coast.six weeks She brought vacation back on with her here after spending the SUmmE'rI i I 18
-"' f Gainesville where Mrs. Browning Pint
Mr. Siprelle's mother from Cali. I attended summer school at 19C

When fornia. the U. of F. II i Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla. Plus Deposit
you bring Redfearn and I
your and Mrs.
Mr. W. P. Kemp and daughter I
watch here all finished family have gone for a vacationin I Gladys, and Sirs W. P. Kemp Jr Quality Rights Reserved Prices (;hood Fri. & :Sat.\ \ugu t :!2.! .i{ __ __ _. ____ ___,-"_-__> _. ,
I U I U .. r -
repair work is subjected the mountains of North Caro and baby visited relatives in White '.# - .. .
I to a rigid scientific lina.
Springs last week. The Kemp
check by the Mrs. Smith of Louisianna is also visited the Stephen Foster
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ellis. j Memorial on this trip. \FETY
Jl'afcfM sfer-- Paul Klaustermier a former resident Mr. and Mrs. Spruce and .hil. I
of Keystone was back in dren were visiting in Lawtey on MILS 3For 39C GRITS 5Lb 39 MATCHES 5Pkgs 35C
Your watch "prints" its town for a visit last week. I Monday afternoon. i

own record of perform. stopped at the Inn. Members of the Lawtey Junior
ance, a "proof" accu. The Catholic Club will hold a High school faculty attended a I
racy. Insist upon this bazaar in the Woman's Club on four-day work shop in Starke
protection on your watch Saturday. Aug. 23 beginning at this week as a part of the pre SUPER APPLE DIXIE 1.11.\
investment. I, noon baked and ham continuing dinner will all be evening.A served ,, school The J.planning E. Wall program.family who have Large I Lb

WILLIAMS I !;I','j drinks.and also hot dogs and soft I, past been several residing years in Lawtey moved to for their the I SUDS S 25CI S SAUCE E 10 MEAL 5 4Sg

I Kyle McMuitry. who was in. I new home, the Bradford Motel I .. ., .. .
I juied some time ago and has been near Starke. Mr. Wall was in ..

: JEWELRY I Jin the hospital with a broken leg, the merchantile business here fora .. -- .. .. ,- __ .
1.1 .. .. o'
| is reported improving and is ex- number of ears, selling out tc -- -. -- .- --- .- ---- -,
'pected home soon. the Griffis Brothers of Maxville[ I
STAItKE FLA.Television
I Miss Gertrude Houser. principal Mr. Newton of the Newton Tip Top, Merita,
of the Keystone Heights School, School Supply Company of Jack .
., I announces that there will of course sonville was attending to business; ) C
I I be no school on Labor Day, Sept. in Lawtey last week. I II Southern, or Bell

Tips ,,1 but classes will begin on Tuesday 1 Mrs. G. W. Roberts accompanied
I Sept. 2. All pupils will register by her sister Mrs. Merrill Struthof
on August 28. There is nc Starke, spent Thursday of last For
By change in teachers this year. week with relatives in Lakeland I IMr 3
and Mrs H. E. Priest and


Mrs. Priest's Sunday father afternoon, P. H...itmg Day With 5.00 Purchase

(--r;;;? *'t# ? Grace G. BighamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA | who Hospital.is a patient in St. Luke

Friends of little Bobby Bares
a patient in Alachua County Hospital

B1EMS OF VIRTUE Mr and Mrs George Pinder will be interested to know -
ARE INTERNAL and children Tommy and Kathy that he is much improved at :his .' .'kJPICY '- : .": .' .:_ --: :-. .: -- '" .. .'_ _:. ._' -- ----, ,,_ -. -:

NOT EXTERNALOur were weekend guests of the Bill writing. OCTAGON TOILET PHIE
Mrs. L. H. Futch is home after

llIbh Bighams.daughter were Mr the and weekend Vickie Mrs. ,Don guests of Long Lakeland of the and A.,I spending attending rida Southern the summer summer College.school in Lakeland at Flo APPLES 2 Lbs 2SC ISOAP 4 For c q ALBERT L E Via

Mothers planning to enter Their
:Millers .. .. .. .....
children #
Mrs" Howard! and Mrs. Bill Big- fall may in register the first them grade l In this the '-. _.. -- '_ -'__ ',__ _" .. -. .. '0

ham entertained their 'ounghouse Lawtey School Library allY!Imr

I I It swimming! guests party last and Tuesday a picnic with sup a:'I week Monday between through 9 a.m Friday and of">, nextI n m CRISCO 3 Lbs 81C I S For CI PFflPHR

per at Lake Geneva. Those joining announced principal Hugh P In SHIT 3 10 15

6 in the fun were: Jeanne, Joann gram. r .

Suzy and Polhann Wait :Mary Mrs. Hamilton 6 first jrade/: .. .. . .. .. _... .,..
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Jane Patty and Bobby Bigham teacher, will be on hand !' < :ntregistration. ,.. :ft"r-: .j'-_ '- .. -- --q <:.Jir'i".." ;_ _u '_.. ....!C.-'d., ... : _u.0'1-.'_ _._ __ _- .-" ..' .. --O'r >ttJi".s., __., .. q-"'_"".-,,;-;_'".'"_'..-.'

Linda Gayle Green. Martha and .. ... .. ." .,,, ., .. .. .. _, ... ... .,, .
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Mr. and Mrs Bigham Children must have birth ir"i
Internal qualifications are Wait and!
ficatf.s and pastheir i sixth! birth
chiefly to M>r\e well with high Mrs Lottie Edwards has
(iax b\ Jan. 1 1. 1413! LARGE
grade merchandise.Chas.C. returned after a months visil t
with her son Harry in Washing. >
ton, D. C. YELLOW
ShepherdGuaranteed :Mr and Mrs.[ Ronald Barnetl t
and children of Jacksonville, wert

visiting the Earl Greens an the B FIRM
RADIO & TV Ernest Edwards last Sunday..llanwho > :Marian Norman
has bt'en'isiting with hi
Sales and Service aunts this past week returm i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHorace Lbs
I the Bar Rosier if <'. 5
Ph. 239: Starke home with his parents : ra'- 'It
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Mr and Mrs It L. 1"rdanghters. -
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Miami over the weekendMr.
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1-$-\\ay Floor Lamp Mr and Mrs Freema!' >h\

: 1-Table Lamp of Tampa returned to th.mm .
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4 1 date with a neighborhood party : 'for the annual Labor Day dance I ity member will gladly sel'
Plans Annual
Miss Carter To Howell// Legion I
Tuesday afternoon And Son1 1 being given by the Beta Sigma a tukttSo .

7 Mr. P. L. Dinkins, Jr. ja Anderson observed her 23rd at1 I :This at the Pelican Club long See you '
Camp OutingThe Guest
Speaker \ a family dinner party on the 18th Proceedill go for more playground next ,
Sunday 47 members of the BHS I Barney MiRae, Jr has received equipment .Any *on- Carohr
Thomas F Howell of Route 1. i his
permanent assignmentin
chapter of the Future Farmers of I ,
r. America plan a three-day campingtrip Starke will l be the speaker at the I Korea Friends wishing:: to'' I II
i I
soon on one of the outlying I Tuesday meeting rf Jones-Lang- write to him may address as follows ENROLL NOW\ !
I of I : 2nd Lt. B. Jo:. :McRae. Jr.
lakes as a conclusion summer ford-\Yhite Post 56 The American
Gladys Mooty 02003090. Amb. Co, 3rd Med Nn
activity according to their advisorV be held at the Legion -
Phone 35 Legion
?rd Inf Div, APO 463 came PM
I a R. Ferguson.The Home at 7:30: pm San Francisco Calif. Foil Classes Itcgin; Sept. 2, 797?
....., ., ,- - has
------- --- -----n t group been meeting or.thl'

second and fourth Thursday, Howell who has spent many John Henry Davis of Waldo

Mrs. R. A. Green. |[BPWC Maps Plans evenings all summer planning fall years in the Transportation and vas treated at Starke Medical SPECIALIZING(; IN :

Named New WMU I For National BusinessWomen's proJects Travel Service Field both in acivilian Center hate Tuesday afternoon aft-
Shorthand Typing .
'' Ferguson announced the shaper er being bitten on the right hand
and military capacity
President Week SoonThe proje<" for the next year is tc i little finger, by a cottonmouth Accounting English .
3Ix returned froma
has only recently
rose 21 Dung pigs on the school i moccasin Seems he and another Spelling: Filing:: .
The program and business meet- i Starke Business and Pro iii a.-n The FFA chapter will make three month tour through i fellow were foiling in a lakt-
fessional Women's Club held its'' st. Stenograph The Machine Shorthand
ing of the Baptist WM.U. was heldin I : its fir'sale of the fall on Sept.r EUrope. He will speak on hu personal near Waldo and stopped to pick
Tues-| regular monthly meeting at the .lt
the educational building ; c., > 23 .*hen they plan to sell a year observations cf the militaryand some grapes when he was bitten

day afternoon at 3 with 36 members I home of Mildred Doyle Monday I rMr. I old alt ::1. Gainesville I it I j by the deadly snake There The School Is AirConditionedHOWELL'S ;
e'ening.'ith the president economic situation as presently :
I !
present. were two of them, and the mm
The Doris Knight circle had Mildred Sapp, presiding c i exists in Western Europe. 1
managed to kill one The
charge of the program. The I I Shirley Pollet was appointed CUPID SCORESCupid : Retiring Commander A. Y. victim was later taken to \la<'huu BUSINESS SCHOOL

meeting was opened with prayer chairman of the Florida Industrial I this week
cored again this week as CoMngton: announced General. .

by Mrs. T. K. McClane the devotional 'I School Project a girl from and this the com-clubwill : Louise Campbell and Eugene Lee I that Legion membership card Don't( forget to keep an ">,"": 21"11. I'niversitx Xvt- dainesMlle Fi"
Mrs. J. L. sponsor
was given by ,
and Mrs, C F Carter of registered for a marriage license for 1953 have now been receded I date Saturday nijiht Sept ill

Lawson. The program topic was I munity. Lawtey announce the engagement' according to County Judge E. K. and that veterans could sign up I
will beheld
"Consider Europe" and those taking I The district meeting and approaching marriage of their (:, Perryman. It is the only licensE b y .g Post;: Adjutacontactin --- T I -

part were Mrs. Eldon Hardy, I in St. Augustine Sept. 7 at daughter, Ann Laura, to Paul L taken out in the past two weeks I A Yawn Jr: All eligible veteran
:Mrs. Ewell Lawon and Mrs. Nate 10:30 a.m. All members who plan 'I
!' Dinkins Jr., son of :Mr.: and Mrs World War I & II and of the Economize Today!
Dankle. to attend make reservations with IOf A Wise Way to
i Paul L. Dinkins, also of Lawtey. i j Three couples! purchased mar I Korean War are cordially invitedto
Lamb and meet at the post
The business was in Pat
1 The wedding will be an event of ,I riage licenses during the): past I join their local American Ix-: \ of APfs
charge of the W.M.U. president. office at 830 a.m. I Serve Plenty
Sunday afternoon Aug. 21, at [: week according to records in the gion Post.
j Melba Partin has been chosen I I .
Mrs. S. E. Sparks and opened Math ) '
Methodist !
4 o'clock in the Grace t County Judge's office
chairman of National BusinessWomen's I P \
Mrs. C. J Clark. After ,
prayer by j CII.\X( tU -
Church Lawtey. I They are: Ralph \\ Shoemaker COIT
the secretary and treasurers reports Week with Norma Dean 1 .:
No invitations are being sent ,land Laquita Ford both of Palatka; ...
were given the nominating I, Thompson. Maryon Arnold and ,but all friends and, relatives of the ; W. Dale Siprelle and Jeanne D. The regular Monday night II..-
Pauline Torode as committee mem- I of Ameru .*
committee presented the names I of the Boy
couple are invited to attend. Brown, both of Keystone Height,, ing
the new officers for the new :i bers. Special plans are being I Starke troop is cancelled rim1!
I,I and George:: Amedee LeBlanc and
year Mrs. R. A. Green, president; i made to celebrate this week from will meet Thursday night nisteo'at <<'
Lawrence of Jacksonville
Minister Linda Danzey
Mrs. T. K. McClane, young peo I Sept. 28 to Oct. 4th. I I Episcopal ; 7 pm", announced Cecil l'\\i!

ple's director: Mrs T. F. Landrum, j I Delicious refreshments were ,I Rev. Fred 'erkes, ;I scoutmaster They will gather r

1st vice president; :Mrs. M. F.served i by the hostess Desta Dyal. the Scout House
JI Given Farewell Dinner J
llazen, 2nd vice president and I The September meeting will be I

program; Mrs. C. J. Clark, secretary -' held at the home of :Mildred: Doyle I'!' There will be a working at th IIO..I.IT.Llnll 'I0\: .
:Members: of the St. Mark'sEpiscopal
; Mrs. G. B. Flynn. treasurer;, j and hostesses will be ChesMe Derrick \\'om-I Sapp cemetery Tuesday. Aug. 26
church, with the Recent admissions to the Starki
Mrs. F. F. Flume literary; Mrs, and Adelaide Cro\\son. Everyone is urged to come any I
en's Auxiliary in charge of affairs Doctor's ClinK Hospital are: Mrs '
E. L. McKnight, corn. miss; Mrs bring tool, prepared to work. '. 5 Lbs. Luscious Ripe Elberta
entertained at a farewell buffet Lila Dyal of Hampton for Burger%
Paul Raymond, mission study,;: B. S. Edwards Sees Mr1J C June!, .
dinner party last Friday e'eningin I and Mr Mvrtue. Bell of, Max\III* i
Mrs. I). \V. Moore children's home; : Mrs. Belle McCurrnu},
: 74th the Parish house for Rev. Fred
Mrs. J. Seymour. stewardship;; BirthdayMr. :
Yerkes Archdeacon of this con
Mrs. J. A. Lewis, Margaret Tur.d, I 1//:7
B. S. Edwards "Va honored vocal t ion
Mrs. R. A. Thomas, training I Peaches 43c
I Sunday August 17, by membersof The speakers' table was centered
school; Mrs. J. K. Newsome. FOC- ,
ial and Mrs. L. G Powell, flow- his family, relatives and i with a lovely arrangement individual of pink = IfO14frdVSchool 'J, .: '
friends witn a surprise party in radiance roses and the
t rs.
I celebration of his 74tli birthday. I tables placed around the room :
closed with
The meeting was ,
by Mrs. Eldon Hardy. The guests mcluM Mr. and, were centered with summer flow- 1 .- __ Firm, Ripe
Mrs. Maurice S. Green2: of Jack- ers in bud vases. The mantle was ...., .
rule Mr. and Mrs. J F. Jeffords, banked with magnolia boughs: with days arc almost lure Hamilton. relaxing Xookie Fo\\ lb.

Many Attend Davis and children of Fairbanks :Mr.: \. I a long low center arrangement of : again, and the welcome mat is ler who says she's "retired": Ann TOMATOES 19C

Reunion HereThe H. Edwards and M.-. H. L. Ed white chrysanthemums. Ka-ter: already out foi all the new teachers Ruby Collins has joined the salt"- I Page

wards both of Fairbanks. Mrs lillies and marigolds. at BHS land elementary) force at McGnff Call St.l t 'I

home of Mr. and Mrs. N. Jack Bell of GainesvilK'. Mr. W. Seated at the speaker's table v.ho'll soon be making their homes Back on Call is A. M Seig whos

J, Davis was the gathering placeof M. Edwards of Starke and :Mrs: were Rev. and Mrs J. R. Fender- here: O K. Dukes junior high, been employed in Baxley Ga I I

a family reunion and birthday I Margie Underhill of tal ke. :I son of Penney Farms, Rev. Raymond with :Mrs: Dukes will occupy a since :May: 31 MAYONNAISE GRAsPESet 2 'Ibs 19C

dinner Aug. 3. July was the birthdays I The children and their families E. Mar Blain of Apalachicola Nollman apartment John Gale I, The Ted Duncans of Gainesville!

c! three of their sons and twc included, Mr. and :Mrs: L. S. Ed-I ReY rkes. Joe Sistrunk and Traxler, Jr, elementary school, have rented the Burnett cotta;.:p ('

grand children and three grandchildren I wards and children of Jacksonville, Mrs Mattie Gahagan. will live at 120 S. Cherry St on Kingsley for two weeks ,

the first part of August j Mrs. O E. Ray and cniiilren of I The party was honoring Rev. Others include Joyce; Boyton, Daniel Florence Brown will go to Lees-I Quart Yellow

Those present to enjoy the day I Monticello, Mr. and :Mis.: C D.I Yerkes who has given so much L. Becker. Geraldine Silva burg:: Sunday to pick up daughter 49C NSiuml'bs'

were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis: j, Edwards and son Wavr." of Staike.I time to this congregation while! (musk I, Echol Olson, Ona Demo- ; Florence, and Ann Cres'-ler who I 11C

and children of Waldo, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs E. H. Smith of no regular rector was heie Rean,1 \'. rest one( of our own, of course attended MYF:: amp there this''I

Mrs. W. S. Bushlaker and chit. \ Stark and Mr. Merrill Edwards Mrs MacBlam are movingint. I but new to BHS faculty), Anna week Take my word for it :

dren of Green Cove Springs, Mr, and children of S'-rke .) St. Mark's parish house I Hinkley E'elyn1:: ilIe 1', Mrs Maude Haile's guava jelly is de- '

and Mrs. N. E. Davis and sons ot! I Eleven grandchild were next week where for former will Thomas Nohn. and Bill Patraj' lish Happened to get a sam- Fla. Grade A Dressed & Drawn

Durham, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. W..1 present to enjoy the day with Mr. become rector of the church and :Mjrwm: Long and Melba Par- pe last week and highly recommend .

A. Davis and son. Mr. and MrsF. .: Edwards.! )Episcopal chaplain at the State tin will also be : 'lb.
again tea'hinghere. same During:: the windstorm < '. : ,.
B. Davis and daughter and Prison Looks as if BHS will have Tuesciaafternoon a large .- FRYERS 53C

R. J. and L. A. Davis. I Mrs. Crowson Elected About 60 guests enjoyed the I a lot of new faces Crinkled] limb parted company with one of Jane Parker

affair Friday evening. around this term the courthouse! oak trees and fell

Eloise Dobbs HonoredOn I Auxiliary PrexyThe Glad to welcome back to our smack in: Arch i ISr I Thomas'ca; SPANISH BAR Headless and Drawn

took Mr. Brad Locke I midst the Charles denting rive hooo 'harlene'
i 13th Birthday election of officers Darby family lbs

1 place Tuesday evening at the regular Has 23rd Birthday who have sold their home on Lit- VenJlI- celebrated beg i !1th blrth- WHITING 2 25C

Mrs.. Alton Dobbs entertained at I meeting of the American Legion tie Santa Fe and will be movingj CAKENow E

a lovely birthday party Thursday,I Auxiliary Post 56 held in the I Mrs. Brad Locke entertained ala I

afternoon of last week for her Legion Hall. Mrs. I. E. Clark birthday buffet supper j into the Harold Wall home on I Quick Frozen Red Perch
daughter Eloise, who was celebrating president presided over the meet I for her husband j I Cherry St. around the first yon arcplanning
Saturday evening:

White her summer 13th anniversary.flowers were. : ing.The officers el'ded're: president i.I i- I 23rd anniversary who was celebrating his Hear I;right our, has mayor., had a Nookie severe attackof \\ain\ 44I I F' 29C FILLETS Ib. 29CPlain

in the : arthritis and Al.\ce Graham Only
placed at points of interest I Mrs. Claude Crowson: vice Mrs. Locke used potted plant a neic _
home for the occasion. The lace president Mrs A. J. Thomas. Jr, and ferns for decorations in then, graciously I loaned him her cam
table :was: I I. On top of that little Betty home .
covered diningroom seey -trea.g", Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr.. I} apartment on Cheny sheet foi or Self-Rising
centered with a lovely bouquet ol'I (chaplain }Irs.Ialt:: Morgan;:, the occasion i Lou Wainwright was rushed tnI

flowers and was I I. E. Clark of I I the Gainesville hospital one ci.n other of
late summer i historianIrs.:: ; sgt. Enjoying the affair'were Mr or any type

flanked by the white and pink' j f arms, Mrs Mike Gilhooly.; and executive I and Mrs. M:: C. Wells Mr. anc :last attack week of with appendicitis a supposed, which acute' building call on us IONA FLOUR

birthday cake. board Mrs A. L. Crosby' Mrs Charles Parki'r.lr.. and
Games were played during the: Jr. and Mrs A. Y. Covington. \I Mel Middlebrook of Jackson j proved to be a slight kidney infection Eight O'Clock 99
I iMrs. instead So aboir'Mrs
afternoon and prizes were won b>' Plans were made for a dinner' \"i11t'Ir:: and :Mrs: D. H. Crawford, sorry McMURTRY 25s1.495O2SDomestic 1
J.V.. White
: falling tin'
Gale Reddish and Bobby Sapp. at the next meeting:: after which, of Hampton. Miss Peggy:: :: Ann Wiggins 'i on

Mrs. Dobbs was assisted in car. the installation of officers will take, :: Mr-- Carolyn Redgrave, Mrs, back porch Saturday fracturing: I C 0 i F: FEE i: E E _
bj'r II I her hip and dislocating -houldei,
ing and serving:: the 17 guests I place. Shelhe Hall, H. Robbins of Gaines, She's in the Alachua Couru BUILDERS Flat Cans
mother Mrs. Inez Kelly. Miss Elizabeth Crawior.iDarrell ;
her I I Glad hear th.,
Easterns Slate Key and Mr. and Mrs Hospital to I\l' ...tone Heights I'la. for
Waldo I I Tom herring:: of Jacksonville. G. C. Blumer is getting 1 lb. bag 77C SARDINES 3 19C

I.CTARKE Blanding PicnicThe I along as well as can be eXpt'I.tl'dafter i

DA being rushed to the same ESTIMATESCHEERFILLY

FL-: Waldo chapter 120, Orderof Starke Garden Club hospital Thursday of last week (.aYE Northern ToiletTISSUE

the Eastern Star is holding its Plans Panel MondayThe Gene an' Marian L>'ng arc

annual Robt.'rtIorris picnic at spending two weeks at the Adan riioM: I: rolls

Fri., Sat. -FEATURE Aug. 22 231)OL'BI.E Camp Blanding:: at 6 p.m. .\u:::. 2S! Starke Garden Club will : cottage on Kinsley \XTONK: : :8l: I n.\\' WESSON OIL, Pint 31c 3 15C

Swimming and a covered dish meet Monday evening at 7:45: I Top topic along Call Street thi hhlsTONK: : :'ilM 1 Mi.HT

They Got MeCovered supper will be served All visiting o'clock in the Episcopal Parish week was the surprise marriage e.:
The I SNOWDRIFT Mb.can-31c .... -
invitedto Church street. ,
members --- -
Eastern Star are House on ----
Carl Lamar Johns and Shir! \ .
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attend. governing board will meet at 7:30: I
Shaw which took
place a cough White lionikimmed
With Bob lope and Dorothy1amour Mrs. J. B Cottrell and Mrs Elva preceding the general meeting. : of weeks ago in Folkston. r.i MODESS, pkg. 39c

Stewart are co-hostesses. There will be a panel discussion At present they're oaupurv MILK Ib P k g. 31c

AND on "What to Grow Now, An- ,i an apartment at 306 N. E. "itAve BORAX, 1-lb. pkg. 20c

Former Starke Girl nuals, Pot Plants and Bulbs. in Gainesville, where Shirle, .
Hostesses for the e'ening11 '!'is BORAXO 8-oz. 18c
a clerk at the Thomas Holt can -
Weds New York Man be Mrs. M F. Hazen Mrs Jessie ( Carl Lamar will attend the I'm NAPKINS( 2 pkgs 13C

Young and :Mrs Harry }looty.i I versity Also hear that wedding ,Hath IarPALMOLIVE
With (1a)ton Moore as Buffalo Mr and Mrs L. U. Morgan:: announce I
bElls'i1\ be in Miami or 2 for 23c
ringing JJI -
Rill the marriage of their I v- Our Own
I i iI Wiggins-Neel Plan Sept 6 for B. C. Holtzendorf Jr > .

Also Cartoon and Serial i daughter I Emmalyn Matthews of I i and Harriet Daniel Congratulations Bath Bar 1: 1 Fur TEA2' lb. 39c
Ocala, formerly of Starke. to Lar- Sept. 5 Wedding ':1J" ( ..
Sun., Mon. Aujr. 21, 23: Supernault of Malone N Y.. I ,' to Bill Scruggs who was -A f CASHMERE BOUQUET 23c
last Saturday as a charter
: which: took place Thursday Aug Mr and Mrs O-te Wiggins an \ KitCRACKERS
J ">t-o
Las Story /
Vegas : I member of Epsilon Pi Tau. new
i I 14, in Malone, N. Y : announcing the approaching marriage DIAL SOAP, large bar 17c
With Jane Russell and Victor 1 Mr. and Mrs Supernault are I of their daughter, Pegg], honorary-profe-sional fratermu '9ep/cg3 c
in industrial at the U. of F
Mature making their home in Ocala here I Ann to Don Neel, son of Mrs. I I. Keeular Bar
to see Louie LeeVain-
Also Cartoon and News i I I Fred Mason of Keystone Height! LIFEBUOY 3 for 23c
I wright around town occasionalh ,
and the late A. O, Neel. which wil:j
Tues.. AUR. 26 ONLY \ Shaw-Johns I event of Friday eveningI Seems he's transferred from No 2
be an BEETS 2 cans 19c
Revealed t Gainesville to the identification department Our LUX FLAKES, Ige. pkg 27c
BUGLES IN THEAFfERNOON Nuptials Sept. 5, at S p.m. in the Firs 11 I "" Burglary
I I at tate Farm .
Baptist church. Rev. L. D. Haine! (;iant Bar

I Mr and Mrs Frazier J. Shaw will perform the ceremony. See Grace t.ih back in tht Bltekport :1 No. 2 'an.OCTAGON

With Ray Milland and Helena announce the marriage of their A reception will follow the wed,. i School Board 01 ue after tWP Policy pays for SOAP 7c

('artuAIo 'I daughter, Shirley Ann, to Call ding in the Educational bUlldin i I weekvacation. ? ostly spent at BUTTER BEANS 23c

(> Cartoon and. News' Lamar Johns, son of :Mr and Mrs. No invitations are being Issue(d Kingsley Lake kvui. Tenly. what is stolen or CRISCO, Mb. can 31c lona SweetPEAS
!pinch hit while she '*-T\
Johns 10 in Folkston, &
Carl on July but all friends of the couple ar E
Wed., Thur. AUR. 27, 28 Gn.I invited to attend. 1: Hear that Inez Gr'r.,, '. > RINSO, Ige pkg 27c 2 No 303's 25c

DOUBLE FEATURE j At present Mr and Mrs. Jchns I Store* and employees will take a destroyed

HARD, FAST AndBEAUTIFUL : are making their home at 30i N Recent Births few days off next week I Mon A-JAX CLEANSER 12c
I E 5th Ave., Gainesville : thru Thurs.) to enjoy a much- Charley E John Prices in thi: ad rfl'einthru' \ Satur-

: needed rest be day. Augu..t YSrd.: :
i I eGKareAcFPtTts MH?p-l Mr and Mrs James: V Crosb;;v|' they'll open 2 LBS.
With Claire Trevor and Sally I I ; Fri. and Sat. Inez says this'll AgencyPhone
I 1 of Starke announce the birth o r FOZZ APPLE JELLY 27c

Forrest PresbyterianVomen a son James V, Crosby Jr., bon n be her first time off in 16 years! IS STARKE, Fl.I \. A & P i FOOD STORE
|. Find Pauline Francis inch-
I I Aug. 15, at the Alachua Genera BREEZE Ige pkg 31c
Make It i The Presbyterian Women of the: hospital. Mrs Crosby is th,E hitting for Rhoda Dampier m The Great Atlantic and runic Tea Co.
Let's i Selective .
Church will hold their business I former Helen Barry of Brooker. Service office Buddy f' I.B Entire Contents Copyrighted, 1930

LEGALWith I meeting in the Sunday schoolroom Faxon is working for DeWitt '.- ...,..- SALTINES 25c 300 East Call St.
Mr and Mrs J. H. McCarth:Y : Jones funeral home in Gainesville
Claudette Colbert at the church at 8 p.m. Tues- I IIt t ,
I[ announce the birth of an eigh t this summer See Muriel Gllg prwentmg! THE TRAVELERS Hartford
Plus Latest News i i -..
-: pound son, born Moday mornin]! hoolv.retarur.g for Dr. R D r>
at the Doctors Clinic Hospital. 1I I 1 I


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I"I rS5SSpsrrsrrrrrrrrr rtrrsrrrSSSI SrSS_ _rflSq2hdcfla Dr. and :Mrs.: Lemuel Colson Margaret Rope Duncan and Rev. and :Mrs. Dan Greek of ;] XIr. and :XIrs. Fred Guy and 103 Law vhanpe Duildingr. "if the Clerk >.f ttitI I'mu '

this their Jackie Colley were guests of Mis: Jacksonville were dinner gue.ts children are JackconvillFlorida! .n (>r before the
have week oft
as guests returning to their
nnd file the original to the office of ;22::;:: day of S pit ml.fr I'
family Mrs. Edward J. Wilt and Madge :Middleton: at the MiddleS Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Tuesday horre in Gainesville the first of 1 the CJerk of the Circuit Court on 'nthcrwire the allegations
1'r: before the ,Complaint will be takrn ..
tI son. Edward, Jr. of East Orange ton's camp at Cedar Keys over evpnmg of last week. the week after spending several :22!: day of September. 19&!: fets-td t'> \i.i.

N J. and Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel the weekend. i Mrs J. M. Preston, Jr. and son. weeks at the Adkins summer homeon 4 lh"l wise the allegations of raid 1un.plalnt I Tins) 11.1 -' ponce
: will be taken conftss- each ii. k f. r i -
I as
Col on. Jr. and son, Jimmy of Mr. and :Mrs. C. T. Beasley and Jimmy of Lakeland former residents Kingsley Lake. XIr. and XIrs. :fd by you I week in Hit 1'1...:! I i-

} Panama City. On SllldaIr.: I daughters. Sue and Jean of Lake': of Starke. were visitingold A. Z. Adkm! Jr. of Gainesvillewill This notice shall be published ] .graph .
C.-IN THE NEWS t r>flee t'al."h"K for four consecutive '1 lui.a Th 1. ,
I and :Mrs. W. S. Colson and bavjyof I Alford are stopping over with friends here on Monday. occupy the Adkins summer :netrks"" in the Bradford County Telegraph lOFFUMAL- \ 1CleiK

l.r_ sssssrern re r rsrtSrS SSsssS ssanJudge I Orange Park joined he family Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Shepherd! home the next several weeks. J : r i I'n
-g- '
lrttd > Marian 1. i:
this ] > cf 1't.M'
lay August. :
.1 This was the first time in: lear:; I Kincaid today while enroute tc and children are vacationing in For vale.-Kuell'.. h. hrjJ gloxinia :. OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thomas, I
:Mr. and Mrs. J. E Hardy and family and Mrs. George A. Gardiner I Ga. where Sue has ac : Sunny Isles this week. bulbs Clerk of the Circuit Court
they had all been together.Mrs. ( Atlanta. andwd.! .. Time to plant i .
Mr. M.iii.in In (.Ir.... Court llrulf..iil l..uni-
visited Mr. and Mrs. 0.V.. spent Sunda visiting I Fy I. "n.s-l.y. Depui1.!1. rk ,
:M. C. Ford Jr. nad as cepted a position and they wil! :Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and now. H. I' Young./ Christian) tMr. s :::: 41 :' :'jMlTICC I FlorMn: !. ('''"u'r"
Barry in Brooker on Sunday. :and Mrs. Zack Roberts and Mr. I II ,
Tallahassee1 IV; 1 I K HilKP'
:Monday.: :Mrs. Dolores also leave Jean in daughter. Pam and Miss Johnnie and XIr<. Arthur Bodie of .
guests '
I: I IMiKgt-r I I'
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards were and Mrs. Russell :McCoone: in 10 .
: and i where she will enter F. S. U. i Bennett and Doyle Conner spent Richmond Ind. I N
visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. James Put:k- Hastings. Phillips and daughter were overnight Clrruli ('..ur.. Kr.iU.Td C...ly >. -
truer nf rnbllrnlinn :"m.l I .n.-
Mrs. L. U. :Morgan: was visiting Sunday in Gainesville and brought pupsts rioriil.t; In ('haneryyI
:Mrs Joab Creekmore of Jackson I Monday of :XIr and Mrs
ttt in Atlanta Ga. last week. and .... \ppt'n,
Mrs. J. E. Hardy daughters. with I 1'i.r.ithy I. }J.e r. PI.u'f: vHenrx
in them
her brother. George Gnann home Mrs. Wilson Ma A. It!. -' I I'
ville. Mrs. Phillips. and diughter C H.-vIvftniia'U
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fritz and Janet and Jane visited Mr. and .
Deerfield over the weekend.Mr. sandil who was the overnight guest Mr. Mrs. Oa-r S.. St. former residents of Starke left and T J. Griffin and i iXIrs. \\
family and Haile of .
Phyllis .Mrs.: W. H. Bryan and Mrs. Charles I \i.IIr. Te> Ap|>mr.Ti
Petersburg were weekend guestsof Thursday for New York where I and :Mrs. Ovid Lewis and of the Sewells.Mr. C. C. Mendoza spent last >' H 'nry I T H..-.-. \\ h4'>' r, -r'. ': t'
Hardy, Sr. in Gainesville onfonday. family were in W. Palm Beach : and Mrs. B W. Smith of week ,l I. in\ '"- and adilrt.. i I- i t-nktu.uii' j ::00. \... "
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile. : they ,will sail for Austria to join I touring in North Carolina I H.lm.,1 1',1.i ii "

Miss Ruth Edwards a nurse at their husband and father. M. Sgt. i Monday and Tuesday on business Clearwater have moved into the and also visited the You are h. rt v r.cf OIl t Mat a i.:.i.nt 'f I II
Mr. and :Mrs. Pace Lewis and Feigle of home formerly occupied by the suit for I I '''Uf!' \ Tl .. L -
Mrs. Francis
I Mr. and
St. Luke's Hospital was home W. H. ( Bill) Phillips. < I }(mgs and Killians in waYnes\'ille'l })"(lrf* I" ill 1 H \ -
:Mrs.: J. W. Patray the
Mr. W. Adams Lake street whcha''e .
of last week to celebrateher Mr. and :Mrs. E. J. Flynn are Dallas. Tex. were guests of V on N. has been filni .1".. z '-t \ i 'r-e \\ ,1'--
Thursday graduation exercises at U. of Fin C.Miss abl'nalllfool ,." ,.
Mrs Edward Burns on Wednesday moved to Lake City. Mr t .nil .i- and :-: L
birthday which fell on Sunday. Gainesville entertaining at a family reunion! and ; Annie Darby and 'Mrs.1 you are r"j| i II il\ % -i rt a. \I' f .. .
Saturday eveningwhere
Blanche and Elma Andrews i I at their camp on Lake Hewitt and Thursday! while en- Smith is employed with the Pipe Carrie Ritch visited Miss Gloria )your answ.r !,I..td'n| !: ",.. I-FI'"I! \ 1 .. \ 1 ;
Bill Patray received his Beach.i Line Construction at Camp Bland- fdniplan.t in ;:,' 1'i.i t ff 1'- I"
children of Mr. Mrs. John \ this week. Enjoying the outing route to Daytona Johns in I IXIrs. .".
and I master's Jacksonville last' week. Attnrmy.i."i H I '''nga.t.! ( Hv M.trian I. "I. ir \
returned home 'after -. degree. sisters and brothers and their i For Sale-Cut flowers. Oirysanthemums .- I Effie l.Mn h Bud.\' .' M I... *- -, nK' \ !'! :\\.,rt. .1 I !I'.I' "'i'i- '
Andrews have are ing.Sen. Johns returned home ,
Mrs. Don Patray and daughter. I I in all colors, also in. and :Mrs.' Charley John ',riil.i 'I.1I'oI "I'I I '1L I 1. -.-- \ ,i. fl-!
visit with their families of Mrs. W. D. Faxon and after ., ..
a five-week j spending a week with h. r flit t it- < J. I d. i \ MANNOUNCEMENT t \ I I' -
Donna Lou. of Jacksonville visitedMr. {1tri..tiant.: and daughter. :Markleyann. are va
U. F. Young
uncle and aunt :Mr. and Mrs. Elton : I Mrs. E. J. Flynn: Mr. and Mrs pots. son. Freeman Johns in Lake But
and :Mrs.: L. O. Hazen the first
Landrum. :Mr. and cationing in Boone N. C. unti -
:Miss Idell
Andrews in Charleston S. C. I I Joe Welch and family. Mr. and ler. XIr. and Mrs. Ed Gross of
part of the week. Van Priest and Sept I.Mr. .
:Mrs.V.: E. Cooper and family and :\Irs. Al Harlf-y. 'Jacksonville and XIrs Rh.in, ?
A. D. nd LaMar Crosby
Crosby J j Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmonsand Randall Chitty returned home Sun and Mrs. C. G. Earksdalf
returned home after two Mrs. :M: O. Nelson all of Mobile Lang of XIaxvillo< r. h<'r Sm!,
Monday son, Steve Jr., have been visiting i day after spending several days are spending this week at their
weeks spent in Tuscon Ariz. Pa. Ala.Mr. the at Salt Springs.Mr. day guests.
relatives in on camp
Philadelphia and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and at the Landrum camp
where they attended the wedding the past week. Virginia returned home Oklawaha river fishing. They and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez ant! I Wish To Announce
of their niece Madeline Crosby. Mr. and daughters. Lucille and Ira. spent PresbyteriansBuy
Misses Evelyn and Lillian : Sunday by
former resident of Starke, to Elmer Stump speit the weekend in I summer Saturday home after vacationing in Little Switzer at their :Mrs.were Lonnie joined Harley. Sunday in Jacksonville visiting That I Hare Opened .J!II Off fee

Jones. Monticello visiting Mr. and :Mrs: land. N. C. Miss Virginia Sewell I Brooks Paulk of Lake City spent Mrs. O P. Dyal. Camp Site In The Uembree Uuildintj

Mr and Mrs. W. W. Underhill W. H. Thomson, Jr. and family. I left Tuesday for Fort Lauderdale I, last week with- his cousin! S.Uvia :Mrs. V.'. D. Hollingsworth of!

of St. Petersburg spent last week I Mrs. W. F. Godwin and Mrs. W. Paulk. Fort White spent the weekend '
where she teaches music Miss Th :;Suw.inrot; : -t1I.I.!i\ :Sof \ ::",.
at Little Santa Fe Lake as the J. Chandler returned home Sun I I Mr and Mrs. Al Harley left with :Mrs. Kate Sheppard and :Mrs-
Gayle Sewell of Baton Rouge. La., I Florida. \ *>n.m (Chunh' DR. R. D. HAMILTON
guest of Mrs. Ruby Johns. day after visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. H. Tuesday for Camp Pendleton. E. C. Priest.
lilt. a-n'
who was with her family at Little I VS.. embracing( k"I\" "
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Williams B. in Griffin. Ga. Calif. after spending 20 days leave Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cellon and;
Switzerland. stopped off in At I much of the northw "',-a ii.rmr (a: Elt\J. PH.\CTICE -
the weeks vacationing Mrs. Clara Leamon left Tuesday with their parents here. They daughter Alexandria of Fort ,
spent past two lanta, Ga. for a visit and arrivedin of the state is completinc pi-ui-'

in Miami and Georgia.Mr. for Philadelphia Pa where she Starke on Thursday where she I j will stop overnight in Atlanta I Pierce were weekend guests of for the purchase of ifip :art ,,'feronnd 9:00 12:00 A.M. 2:00: 4:00 P.M.

Brad Locke will in the trienniel uncle anti! aunt. )Ir. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W.
and Mrs. were participate I will stay until the early part of I with their .1 rpar Kevstono Heis.'h's! : t.

in Gainesville Thursday afternoonof I convention of August 22-24 of the I September. and :Mrs. I. D. Welis.: Kint'aid.I be the church's futmo sit. ";f .1 7:00: 9:00 P.M.

last week visiting friends. United Lutheran Missionary Society Joe Hutchinson Ed Gordon anc1Talmadge ::\ and Mrs. G. Carl Alderman known M ,." "i
Mrs. J. :M. Ritter and Miss Betty: I new development .is TEl FPlICr\1- L: !
Mrs. Lt'amon1I give a report Mettes of Sanford. ''of Baltimore. Md. are spending Conference (;Grown! "
1 Jones of Tampa visited the L. S. gomery
and show her collections from members of the Legion basebal' two weeks with :Mr. Alderman's
I I Hutto family on \\'ednesllaIrs.: The immediate pl.-ip pnisini, :,r- .
foreign ,countries with emphasis; or tournament team were guests of mother. Mrs. G. W. Alderman. -
Shelhe Hall returned with then:I expenditure of about S2 10( ono\ '
India. After the con'entionIrs: the Dave Paulks on Crosby lakrla j Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr _.
: I for few day visit in Tampa; l provide camoiae fa: ,'ili'i I' s fir -- - -- - -
Leamon will visit in the Northeast a t Friday afternoon while enroute returned Saturday after two week; .-:: -: : -- _: -. -- -< _: :_ ,
I and St. Petersburg.Mr. vountr' people of the 43 hll':
for a month. from North Carolina tr vacation spent with :Mrs. Hazen'f;
I : and :Mrs. Tillman F. Huttc t comprisine the PrebdNaf',1! 1--'
Mr and :Mrs. George Simpsonare their home. relatives in Oklahoma and Albuquerque .
and family o% Jacksonville spenlj the gradual expansion of housitill !- L
N.1.: L !. tJ
Mrs. Simpson's family returned
visiting : j Sunday with the L. S. Hutto fam- Margaret Ann Phillips I several hundred retired ministers
Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swindal'
in Dennison Ohio for three weeks. il\.'. Sunday from a week's visit in !' rind thpirvi'p!: can be a..el'1
and son left :Monday for Live Oak
Misses June I'atel and FrancTaylol' Okerchobee with her aunt. Mis O'Leno. near Lakl-
modated. Camp
are vacationing this week!.. i Mr and :Mrs. James Lewis ami]I where they will conduct a two Dedicated To Community Service --
ir Sara Barefoot.Rev. i City is now being:: used!' for yoiuiL:
Lake Apopka. Next week!; family will !spend the weekend I wet-k Revival meeting at the :Xlt. Io\Ip8 Are Better Than E\t'r"
visitin Mr. and Mrs. J and Mrs. Eddy :Murrhee: of | campers of the group.
Apopka Zion Christian Church. wil'
Miss Patel will visit her sister They include
C. Robinson and are also taking; Milliard were, overnight guests1 also conduct The ground purchased .
AS THINGS r GROW IN I Mrs. Margie Galloway in Wash home :Mr. Lewis' mother. Mrs last Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Alton a religious devotional! all of Emerald Lake covering 1" Sat.uji.. 2\:\ ()NL1 Tues., tu. Au:,:. "f'i I. j f;I
program from thiLive
J ington. D. C. every morning of about
1 frontage
VALUE T+fey MEEPPROT Lillie S. Lewis who has spent the- Dobbs.Lt. Oak radio Station.Mr. acres also a /
Jules Corey of the Pari 2.500! feet on Crystal Lake. ( ALLAN
oast two weeks here. :: and Mrs. Homer Swindal'and '! p1ItUtru
MORE CTIOM I :Mrs Cox and daughters. Island :Marines spent several day The camn site committee n', s&rntIu" I '
son were dinner guests of :Mr f ( :
1 PHONE 218 and PI'i cil1a. of Lie Oafc; last week with Mr. ami l Mrs which Gordon S :\f obI E'of .luk
sass" the ;
and "gard n ssn t Cynthia and :Mrs. Robert Barksdale Friday

only thing increasing in value these I are spending this week with :MrsI : Richard Fowler and :Mrs.: Ruby Mrs. :XI. J. Sadenwater had a?. sonville is ::;ecrt'taranl develop III LANE IllS UALLIOI > "KpONEYyiv

COLONIALFLORIST ). L. Sik-ox. Collins. recent gupsL.1; r. and Mrs. Richard i mont engineer has beer! -pari-hint: ( I sLAcKJAcK > ) rr .M//
household furniture
days. '
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hellendei" :Mrs.: Y. A. Harris of Gainesville. Skinner and son. Toney of Augusta for a suitable location fcor ter

and furnishings any business property and daughters. Helen Gail ant'I Mrs. H. L. Speer of Pahokee, Mrs. Ga.. who were vacationing, vears. Xk blev said "We no\v fee1

that you own, are all worth more than Linda Jean returned to their homein I Ernest Boland of Athens. Ga. and in Florida. :Mrs. Skinner is a i we have an ideal location! and! hco\i)

I Colo after spending Mr. and :Mrs.: Yancey A. Harri? to hold our first youths' conferee t
they were a short time ago. They Denver. niece of XIrs.:: Sadenwater. I .. ANNE JAMES SAVMY WHIT! |QHN UK. '-,I'

I two weeks with her parents. Mr. I and daughter. Chris of Washington -i Rev. and :Mrs. J. H. Thomas ol! here next cummer." he added 5- st4tra I filii.. "...... a ..W.k> -
would he difficult and L
more cosily to F Ls 0. W E R S
C ', I and Mrs. G. W. Johnson. Mrs'j D. C.. spent a few days last Laurel Creek. Tenn. were recent The future builrVng plan: mdutle I, A REPUBLIC

replace. To safeguard' fully the dollar Bellender will bo: remembered a:; week with :Mr. and :Mrs. Lex. guests of ;XIrs. W. N. Johnsori ,, an administration bui'dms.' chapel! PICTURE .. ,
FOR ALL OCCASIONS C \1'041 ( lrtu..11 -1iIIIIh! ) '-.ktiiI I \
value of what you own. it is important Bernice Johnson. I Green and :Mr.: and Mrs. G. L. :i while spending a vacation in Florid cabins. dining hall kite-hen bath t.auu.-=:..'.; -:: .zI .

to have full insurance coverage. f Mrs. Del. Colley4 Mrs.. .DaisjFerryman. :McGriff Sr. and families. ': a. house and amphitheater alsrI ; und l'Ut''I :Nt-ut .. 1'\1'111.: ..

Judy Green, Barbara n! Eloise! Dobbs is spending this! 1 :XIr.: and :XIis. A. K. Phillips and I beach facilities and recreationa'areas. I'lus (arioon "UriplonJ,: I IMff\" !

Are you fully insured) Let this Cole spent Sunday .. week in Cocoa visiting Virginia .
(i) Colley and Jimmy son Knox Jr., and daughter' has a membership and Serial :No. 5 1"\inJ; I>is<. Ian :MRS. HIKill; INiKAM.; : Jit.MKS. .
i church
reliable and eipetienced insurance at Daytona Beach. |' Ann Hall. ''Charlene, recently moved herE, The group than 10.000 and From Mars." 1'liis "HarlemOlnbfl Ii -

office go over your insurance. Less Mrs. Evelyn Cooper returne:1 Miss Hazel Phillips and :Mr. and from Richton. Xliss. They are occupying of more
I II DISH GARDENS I home Sunday after two week'!; Mrs. Fred Dodd of Keystone the plans will b* adequate to pro rollers" uith Thomas (i iOlllt'l''
than full false illusion I -i one of the Lex Grecri :. III$
coverage creates a I for 200 children weekly Thur.. I'ri. :\UI'. >. .
( visit in! San Diego. Calif., with Mr" Heights !spent last week sightIseeing i houses on West Call St. vide outings i
of protection. Act now-today 1 I POTTERY the summer monthr :\ J. W. HKOWNLEK :
I and Mrs. Walter L. Cooper Jr., I in North Carolina and alsc: I during
I I Foredding l portraits rail Hill conference center _ _ -
and with her brother, J. H. Dem attended the Ben Lippen conS and for a winter 13m
POTTED PLANTS lington Studio, phone 26.). (tf) -
H. C. Wall AgencyConstant I aree l in Hollywood. Calif. 1 t ference in Asheville N. C. The H. A. Sprows have returned I for church workers. include The re-. Sun., .Mon.:\ Au.I/.: .,..> ""f\

FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly 01 r : Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Adkins of to their home here after spending,, !liginus education program and .. . er- t' I
studies : dOCtOIS
Tampa spent the weekend wit. : arrived Thursday Christian character 1) .
Service Over Bainbridge, several weeks I in Norwalk Ohio. WARNR S I ,
Mr Mrs Alton Dobbs. Mrs Bible reading periods.The BRO5, .S" / .1 : : : ._ I
.60 Years- and .1 to !spend several days with their Scobby Kelly of Franklin. Ind S .... .

Please Phone 146 I I Nona St Stark Inez Kelly and :\Ir. Louise Wan' son-in-law and daughter Mr. and spent a few days as guest of hi- property adjoins Kevston- ; \} \\q \lq" \JUNE A11VSON Ilil

returned to Tan.pa. with them foi]r. Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. 'mother XIrs. Enoch Kelly. Airpark and is on Route 11)0. several

an indefinite visit i :Mr.: ar.: Mrs. :Merrill: Edwards Father Neahouse of Deland for. miles north of here It wt: a &\\eqi\ : : ,ARTHUR\ : KENNEDY Ii!:
Lowe anil!
:Miss Minnie
and family returned home Sunday merly of St. Edwards Church waa owned by : GARY MERRILL
XIariar L. Kelly rvi' r !
after touring 13 states the past dinner guest of XIr. and Mrs: her sister LLAD 1fW\UM rrt IU 'tl !r-fJELSON: -_, 4 Elk:

two wefks They also visited the Michael Gilhool Saturday. Adding ;Macnines and Portable DON CI fORt .(wit, .. [THE I IN I WHITE. I
P. B. Fontanas in Enterprise, La. i Weekend guests of XIr.: and XIr- Tjprwrlters sold on lime.-linul- _...IIT".. ..".P, JII81 mct' I NI'''' (,;a, .

I former residents of Starke. and: R. R. Hutchings were. :XIr: and' ''on! CountY THecraph.Mvrirr. --,......- I. q- !p'-

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smelly in, Mrs.. .1.. H Hontpn.. anriIrj.. ....... Tlonrx.. ... ..
i11ti | -- --- ------ .\I.tt I.ah..t1': '''' Tins C'artlltln .\ko ( 'artHun "'|11\1'1 it\ '.. 0'"
LII1tI Norman, Okla. Schneider and sons all of Eustis inrrrn
In Circuit Court, llrmlfonl County "Uan1 and! (irefel"II. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonard :Miss: Xlontie Hutchings and Mrs. I'l'ifliln In I hnnrrry. .

\'isitE'dIr.. and Mrs. Morris Jackson Doris Sites, of Gainesville Mr. and i J-:, t\\,1\ _i i "' \i"".,M.i t'. i u i ::.-.. .' ." iii !I".iim '

--- and family in Jacksonville or. XIrs. W. H. Morrison and daughter i I'. I t. ini.\ > iii i \ \ OI. TIM \oiK :N .\MK: ( NCI.\MI: : IN' 'I lIE: in.\MII\- .

t Sunday. Debbie of Vidalia Ga. >i>tIe.. T.. \pprnr.T" . DKIM, IN: (ER! MKII> \ T1IK.\TIiK: \I)> ( 'I Tl Ol IM Ji" I'liJ"
V .i.! l:>-mi. I M I
Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr. and Xliss Emelene Kelly of Gainesville i. -.,ill ii'"- i- "ii.iiiU" !Inn t sIT n TO ioon 'UK: I'on i J1.n; TK 'KI.IS

: j daughters. Mary Sue and Sally was weekend guest of hei i I i .1 notifnd tht:it .1 -
You Iic-r't.y
;ir. '
i i Ann, and Barbara Colley were brother and sister-in-law Mr. and suit fur iMvurre has l.t-i.n Mini I

-' ...:&_' .*....-,,... ., -" .'J... :j shopping in Jacksonville last ;Mrs Gene Kelly. (aif.'iinst'''lIrl ami,>.iiii cause in the and al.o\f vu' artr"ali': .-il BLANDING DRIVE-IN

I Thursday afternoon. j Michael Gilhooly left Sunday (liiiinl tn serve a copy of your anSUIT -
s.i I lh" ""n'lobl"' '
: !, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Winkler and afternoon for Fort Jackson. S. C 'ir pi'-i'linf to T
i 1: '1 I i-n the 1'ailltiff') i !' At'i'irnv. Ieiik'ateil I TitC'otninunity 'r.
.. I ::\Ir:;. A. W. :Masters: will leave Sunday for two weeks with 3016 Reserveof KiiiUK Ln< rut In. :Si.irkf! 1-1"111.1' ami! THEATRE1"11"
th officef 'I lii Iii r
file the original in :
!i, for a 10 day trip to Chicago Gainesville. 1-
(h'rk rif Title Cini! riiiirt nfl
: .
I will return by way of Charlotte. ]I motor wuh his uncle Hubert Kelly ,.tw\n"p tiit :nHf-gatiiiii-s, if -.1.1
f. ('"initialnt \\ lit I l.e tak-n as cn
N. C. and bring home their daugh- for Saganaw. Mich. f"'d by you. i:0\: OFFICE! ( H'KNS) ; ; : I ". I'.M.-SIIOU) STARTS 7.5:::
: 1 ter, :Mary Winkler who will have :i]I XIrs Mayme Toomey has had once This earh notice week shall for four be ronseouth-publisher I ) OI'EE: : \ Ell\" MMIT( KAIX OK FAIn

4 : finished her internship at the as her guests her daughter MrsJ. weeks in the Bradford County T.I IP-

: Charlotte Memorial hospital. O. Toppms and grand daughter graph. .
Ltt1ILtt1Lt11kUlU ,
I J'aiid this 20 ii\ .f \UUM--' '
itt! t11I C. J. Powell and daughter. of Jacksonville. XIrs. Toomey accompanied (OFFiriAISEAF.Clerk of the.) "Iro A .1 lIt Tlin r' ..--,- Fri., Sat. \UR. .}.'J-. 2:, 'I Itn Tu"" .\u".. 2.of .1. _" ,

Betty Sargeant will leave the first her daughter home and lit: :\1.11..111, L 1'-1\ I I'- i. ". -
of the week to visit Mrs. Powell from there she went to Chlcagc I ;j! 4

and George in Portland. Org. for for a visit with her brother Ear! :\nTICI: 'I'll ."'I'IIt t thc e W ILCTSI S

"'IX.t'eks.. George is slowly im. Kerr and family. In Circuit Cii,rt. Brad. font ('tin n t', .. .

proving. i' Dianne Gillen of Mayo is spend. r.i.ir Florida: i I--: .In t h Chanrrr,i"i !.. : . :_ t,.., .... -' 1".1. .

:Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roman. ing this week with th*' Nelson i-: hi"I f.'inl.H, i '" .. .
: .
u the former Nora DuVal. of Columb.a. .
Green family. :\.fll''' Topprnr.. ,
$ 5ffYJ114STOP : P. C. will be guests of their Mr. and XIrs Jesse Ogden have 'I--- F'.t.n'-i: -. \'.> -. ."---,..,.'
TIPrfE(4NOP4'/M -
,Io'n. .' ;all'l ,nlili.Sft 1i- :-", ..- -
Mrs J. M. :Mitchell and to their home in Pompano ...
fousms. returned ;: t. < .,nd.n..X.t' J.t--| '). __.. ;
Mrs L. T. Crews next Sunday and after spending a short visit You are hereby notified fV.R a
...., --. ..,- .- | suit for Divorce has been f'"i: '
SMNDlflc. tfSKilY YOUll NtVH StE AGAIN1 -. !in. plefeJy! pay for (,Hit; finest of oil ClVt_! ..0.-." If you ftrttpending Monday. at the Dowling cottage on Kings. | :Fr.inst. you in the above r.'r', I I .arrIf\E 1 ALSO CARTOON

Mod Kov the firm in hem voowihmqtHo ....>e yov'U ew. a and tave the diHervnce H Mr- and Mrs. Edwin Sheppard ley Lake. i Court and I'RUIIE and you art rquired > Yvonne Richard t
equipment your ofrur
hot volw. and worth H tending yow',. tpending lett wHateveyou're pending will damod ; of Jacksonville attended the graduation ,! from Fla to serve... a copy :C'-,,' I'I'SI'd e Donald Slide"MILS.
< n money you arc yowl ; j; Miss Dolores XIcKnight swer" nr f>l dine' to the r<.mp! '
....*...y ..* .. k...u., s wssh-wan.o" do it and t toilmj of the (ob. So. M* m today lor detaih tt i a tprtiol; op.prrviury of Mr. mother. home for (in th. J'laintrff'.n.. \ '[ I De CARLO GREENE I''
...' i Sheppard's Southern College was
you at much at U 10 a ...rA. tKol t enough la comA rOIl < oHfd >o mittl Frank T.,, ulrum -'tirk> )KIi r .i! i .
- ; Mrs Kate Sheppard. at U. of F. the weekend with her parents XIr. and flit ih- i-ripmal in th.U ,
'rot. ..1 p... 0. I.. LINS1.N.MKS.
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<.f thf I'ltik! lot th- 'ir' ? tmi .
1Irs. j
i Saturday evening. and XIrs. Eustis XIcKnight: Doloreehad ..r l.ffurc the 22 day of Septb .-".- Also ('urt'M.n I KI Iiit-klin'. _ _ _ _ _
ALL VOU &0 1$ stT THE DIAL ANP TURN IT ON :\ Arch Thomas Jr. and baby. 'I: as her weekend guest OUr .-r. I r.:'"i2. .olhr i>f th. all.I ..|.-.--

Small Down Payment or --. I : Arch III, recently returned from Stukes of Manning. S C. and the ,,'n'f said .mplaint will I.. CAKL ROBERTSVCd.., Thur. Aug. 27.; -'-
Yet tkat't" atl! Your clothe ant watXtd "wow ""'-it.- 1.lk..n a- .nf'---frt tiv j..ii.
twice rimed many of them .pom- I I
C-C Activator trot. clothe tenderly you toys ogam becovt Judge and Mrs. J. M. Snodgrass Jacksonville Beach. XIr. Stukefi once each week for four consecutive Sun., tug. 21 ONLY -
Trade In Delivers Itt r-eeks In the Bradford Count
a : -fki *
they loll Io'9w. ; in Scot boro. Ala. i iI i i drove Miss XIcKnight back to cob Telegraph (1'\ A STAR-SPANGLED *fL

I :Mrs. Cecil Tolbert and children. in Lakeland Sunday evening I.itt-d thi 2" tidY1 .\"I'\I.t. 1'';..
lege (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thon.a-
WAfkll i1IWDM Unt-IM JWiH<' .'ltl c P/EWF-E71t1'. ", "" Cecil Jr. and Mary Jo and Mrs.! and will spend the week there. Clerk of the Circuit Court JAMBOREE!
,,,,,,,, ,,m, ,, M mn ', C'lt-is
for I I IYIanan: : I I. o'toy."pUI)
i( Jack Powell left Wednesday j Mr. and XIrs. L. D. Vining re- :!24t > .

( Alaska to join their husbands. .,:; turned home Sunday after twc

I M-Sgt. Tolbert and M-Sgt. Powell week. vacation inVest Jefferson. \OLIfI'Ifl' \rrr.m

WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL i Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and N. C.i 1 Flr.rlil.it In fErrulE In r.Chnnrrrr.Krn nrt. Ilrnilf. .rd ('8U""

| children left Saturday for twc i Mr and XIrs Olin White Sr. k t irn Claintsff \s i ':.

Adams' Fl"Tfn. .- I.ir'on. I>..finl.,,nt'iit
with Mrs.
visit and
.- I..H'St!) tv.U1 j : XIr and XIrs Wilbur N."Nnllff ..

parents in Memphis. Tenn. I| Fred Scott returned home Sunday T. .(pprar.'
GENERAL ELECTRIC of Lake T,,_ Clara Fl"r.-n. t. ;.r -1 V.r.dt'ti '
: Dorety Hend-
Margaret in
Miss nine vacation
I after days .. and adtlrf i-- 241 ,'
A.'JlMTI' v.ASMfRS i Worth and Miss Yvonne Simmons ersonville, N. C.frs. A\"nu". l-lip New York: )0-
the of I You are hereby rotif ..d tha'
of Belle Glade are
Edwards and family '
J. M.
STARKE I :\ suit for
PIIONE22J: Miss Sandra Thorpe for the coming i are vacationing at Ormond Beach r>ivorr. I s < UTHf
I. !his t' fi.fl arain y' \\ 'n "
G.mRIFF J I F F Florida.Yest wee k. I Wallace is in ,
Mrs. Thiespen 1' r."T \ f urt and \ Call St. I Mr and Mrs. Calvin Johns spent I Brooksville visiting her son-ir-aw: .1-... : *.'.'. r-\\ to *.-rv? a cpv .- Tom"f'l Happy"F
>t-i.r .Il"cr r plf-adintr/ tro
t weekend at Ormond with rela' ani daughter. Mr and Mrs. W i .mpla nt en 'h- I'!a'r' '. Cartoon ". Iecptlme

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I periment over and decided that mal. We've studied Daisy until a good crop of field corn next i IE
... Clerk of I'aldurt.. K. Perry man, Starke Florida, September" :I 11!>:.2 in
we often put a lot of effort intc we recognize her "symtoms" gild ;year Hy Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk I and file the original in the officeof named Court and can.
Charles K Hess 204 Guaranty Life the Clerk of the Circuit Courton plaintiff seeks divorce
FARMER'S 4 ideas like this one, and almost are sure that from now on we'll Building.: Jacksonville, Florida I or before the :2nd day of Septem tion of maiden. nanCouity .

without exception they have failed.So be able to tell when to breed her. We have about decided to plantour Attys. for Tif.! > S 52; otherwise the allegations Telegram" a1>
I of said Complaint will be taken as Order \ ", \, ,
/ 4 Sam has promised to try tc *. sedge-grass field in oats and In Circuit teurt !\rnl f.rd Ccontr. confessed by you. I \Vip., -- n,{

DIARYBy keep from getting any more bright Joy started to rye this Fall for our cows to graze. Florida; In ('hIlD'U,.. I[ This notice shall be published at St.irN- 1 '
get "poor" again Kalph Alexander Hall Plaintiff. :I once each week for four consecutive 1-:: :.!
ideas like this one. so we got another gallon of Trubyvainwrigttt's We have used this field two years Margaret I-.tbI 1 Hall. Defendant. vs weeks in the Bradford County i,'j!j .,)}o'1I'! IVv

Sam McGarveyThe t \ now for truck crops and we have Case :10. !9O: I.) I Telegraph.
good syrup and have: Order of ruliliraf Dated: thi.1,1):! of July, 1!':.2. t* V '
ndollee: Tppenr
author will be glad to rej Cultivated our little sweet fed it to her about a pint a day ,i had moderately successful crops \ : Mate Of Klartrfn TWJ '' (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. '> Krlt I '
but the field has several Margaret Isabel Clerk of the Circuit Court ,. :Ma. .
ceive items of Interest potato patch with the tractor. with her feed. bad Hall whosereidem
concerning She has picked up I e and .IV Mai ..in 1 L Cn. I'r.1I'l'ul)' CI"rl'
: i.'J \vt
\ Worked from the middles in toward 'sandy patches in it, and we think > 1 4z
the activities of farmers in 4AAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAA.i j again and now we hope that she 177th tr"d. Benjamin Franklin. I j
Bradford County. Suggestions may i the vines and thus built up has mended and that will be I that we'll do better if we use iti[Motel, New York 24. N. T. 0"1. i of i -, F' Ii." \
we You are required to NOTICE or I\TK\TIO\ IItI.I'111\I i I it i iN I.,'lit I ,
be left at the Telegraph office or i j the beds and did not damage the able to build her up again. She: I for grazing crops and then per I : H. !lf! :,:. in appear the throe on.September In (a"T.:n FU..ITIO..s11: r .-.

mailed to Sam plants. We have hoed our 'later I I haps pasture. named C"urt and cause, whereri Notice is hereby girt n c .
McGarvey, Lavvtty, I j is a fine cow and is readily pouring ,I plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford I undft-igned. under the pr v i I. ;

I once, but looks like we'll have tc i fine rich milk these day,. We: I IWhat's c.unty Telegraph shall publish this of chapter :;,).'l:n. tat' ..f r .
al1Al U.._ ..._A I hoe them again to keep the weed !! keep her milk ourselves (or for I the height of futility |!j "nler Witness m '..my.xt f..iir hand weeklv and official issues.seal ,I.\.t',Clerk"f of I'41 the Will Circuit, register C.iii'u '. ,

from taking over. May also haveto butter) and give Joy's calf HappyDaisy's Well, we have an example which I altal kt', j.'I"rilla. this. August t> I for l"Yadf..rd ,'''lInl-. Sr I. f '. )K I'I
Along with the other farmer.; I three times :o far and we think c9.2: +Ida, upon r..Ip' of p.-- ,.f t I' .
dust again with DDT. ought to be somewhere the, I .
milk. '
He near .
I need
around this neighborhood we were i that dusting weekly is not toe (OFFICIAL ""Jo ,\L) A. J Thomas ) of tin- notice f '
the butterfat and Sam does1. top. Little Happy, Joy's bull calf As Clerk of said Court. name of H T Th. .n"- I 1 1I.
very sorry to hear that Mrs. J. S. ,: often.Ve use 5 per cent DDT poor i I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. under which we nti.iei: ,.1!
(! After boarding off the beds in was trying desperately to get -\Ian" bU.-lll. I' I. ,
i Cttntrr.. jr. Oil -
40J: Smith 'p. IIS
(Jule) Eunice has been operated and that so far seems to be con- '
i I the kitchen garden we put the I. some milk from our yellow wheel Pit'lding. Ja.ksuntilltFlorida.. I StarkFU I
on in the Riverside Hospital in j trolling the pea weevil. In this to change our Atty for I'lf. S N It S ;;9 R T Th.'ma' .' III ,," ,
planter On the tractor and usinga barrow. He was nursing the rub- Fla ; loa, "rn < :. ill
Jacksonville. Needless to we connection we wrote to the I j dairy feed because it seemed tc : I I r '
say 32-hole O-Tan-Two bean platewe her r grip on the handle and bump :'IOTln n I'I'p.\n StarkKla! : 1i I 1- !I. a'. :1 : Ala
all hope that the operation is a'' USDA and obtained Farmers !sus that while it was the cheapest I In rirmlt (Court Bradford r..tp I tit. Stark' .1"i i
planted rutabagas, turnips i it ing away at it, as if to say: "Let''': Florida; In C'hiin -rrr.lreal 1).t'ii (I.- I I : \ ,III1" ;: -' v '
fuccess and that Selma will be Bulletin No. 1971. entitled: "The was poor economy.Ve now I
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mustard and okra. Using a regular your milk down I know you'vegot Kili-on.: IMaintiffs! Willie 1'a 5: : I I I'I
home soon and regain her health. Pea Weevil and Methods of its are getting a better grade and i.. Kill-..11. It tVllllallli I FI"r j.l.* 'l'l'lf I III INi I |I';<\ | | M111 \
bean plate we also planted it in you'. i i I I jtOTJ l i.isri it i \n I 111 I I mi x NNOTH
The Eunice are among the first Control". The bulletin tells a I i the first thing we noticed i U that Cage Xo. ?:30.ntlce .> I,
a couple of rows of field peas. We :\ To Appear. .
families we became acquaintedwith complete story on the pea weevi! !, it contains more oats. To: Wiliuhe.. Klli.-oii.: wlu.s.jreMdeiiir .- \ (>: or I\IINIIO I > TO I ,
I have fair stand of The ,
a peas. MtlICK TO .">K\II i ii n.eas1'U: KII minis > \ >nXot 1' \
I and addre" I i.v: I'likiU'W "
when first settled hers ( it has more to >
although say .
we i In rlrruil 4- |I' !I. I I
I other things have sprouted but i (Court IIraid font C.'Uht.Io.rlolnl ?, You are iieret.y notified that a \ t "l I .
in Bradford County. about English or green peas thanit | This drought that is burning up .. In Chnnrrrr. : suit for limit I *."rl..1.! -.,:,.1.| the I'l.V .
need a good soaking rain. T\vc F.illv I'llrttn Iallllr..z., I'l.nntiff. \ iMvoroe "f cniit, | 2i> ',;< : 1 Law: .f r: i L I .I!
S does edible field peas) and says days after the peas came up we so many Southern States is a Norinitii, }:..pure z, I', rVmluritCts 'j has been filed against you in the Actof l' 4l. will n-gi-tt'-! t ,I", '.. 1

Unlike last Summer when we that 5 per cent DDT will control had to dust them with DDT. j terrible calamity. When we lived To \""..nr.T. : .- X... ?319Votlrr you above ace named required Court to and cause and Cl.rk i'raIf.'I' of tlii, | i'c. r 111'.f, it .\I' ,, i I Ifur I \! I'L _

were growing weeds only at this the pea weevil, but 1 per cent ; in the city we had no idea at all ..: Norman Kamirtz.hnsf r"-Md I- your answer or pleading serve a copy to the of da. upon' pt ..' -, ,f put. J I .

time, this year we are picking Parathion is more effective againstthe '! \\hat it meant when we heard that .-nee and l address i I': loci K !SMh complaint on the Plaiitifr.Attorney. .- I' T.--I of tb'M, . t t 1.1 J ;' '- II. .
We have tried whitewashing asa Street. Nw' York, Xw York.Y T. Frank Landrum -'-.- i.f Th.II.. Tot i I. : ': v.t
Crowder and Blackeye peas eggplant pea aphid. We have never means! of the | farmers were suffering from a .'u are hereby notified that a'' Starke. Florida ender vVi.-li; II. -.L..ti i tl 1.;_ : ,tI, .h., I I"t
okra, butterbeans, and a used Parathion, as we hesitate tc improving appearance -! disaster such as floods du.tstorm : suit for and file the original in the office of I:.I'1 l'. S ', wf ,;' "i'r" .f \
of our farm buildings in IMvor. care custody and coiiliol I the Clerk of the Circuit (",urtn Fla Ii" tI: '
few cucumbers and peppers. Each use such extremely dangerous the past but due to lot of ;:, or droughts. We think of minor childrenhas or before the I Ii. T Thomas, .f" -v n' :;' : la
year we learn a bit more about poison! unless we have to. I'now, and we understand the terrible liet-n filed against you in the I hth day of September. !I'i'.;: : i I! V"D: I. Thoiuati" to. r .
trouble with the sprayer we gaveit i' above named Court and cause and otherwise the allegations (.f said Stat ke. Fla.
what to plant when and how heartbreak that comes of seeing you are required '0 serve a COP of I[ Complaint will be taken as conferd I'at.il iln. It,1.t- VIL' K 01 INI''E'! ''ION I i iin
up. The doggone thing clogged II"-..' ; <;I''I.1t 11' -1I. .11 1111" N a..
:at Staikf, iti.idl.iiil: >
and who knows we yet become i a burn for lack ofi your answer or pleading to the { by you. \ .
may crop up ,
Sam had the bright idea of set. I pup every minute or so and waj? complaint on the Plaintiffs This notice shall be publishedonce I Fb' .. ,"... N I I. <\

successful farmers. Main ting out some of the runners from more trouble than it was worth. i moisture. Our land is low, and ., Attorney T. Fra-ik Landrum, I each week for four consecutive ,. tl.il-.c', I I..,-
have learned so far is I| have not had much Starke Flo' -la' weeks in the Bradford County Tele. -
although we
thing we I '
i i" I
last berry patch so we ot' > ;i-
year's Alice suggested that if Sam would and file the fir''ial In the office graph. ,
that there is more to farming than I fought our way through the dog mix the whitewash that she would I 1: rain lately, we have not been parti- of the Clerk of he Circuit Court I I Ion j (OFFICIAL rated this Ii day of '\\1111.1. 1952 1 l!Iia Klnridn tin-nil: In<'t>iirt.l'Laae.r.Bradford I ..uut. _"' .tt.i ;,: ,

the average slicker dreams of. (I fennel and managed to dig up a apply it with a brush. Well, Sam cularly harmed. But it is tanti- or before day the15th of S.'j'lf-mh..r. 1!'T!!!; I SHAD of the A Circuit J ThomaClerk (''tlrt. l'i-. Leiir t'ai-i.'i TUI':'. I'la.ni'ff u .1.,.. \11'. '. IIt
v to see an afternoon storm otherwise the allegations of saidComplaint l-y ;ai i.tn' L I'rosby. Clerk! I. '" Turk Dtfendant II"
few hundred berry plants. We jlizing eptit .. ,
; mixed
5 Ibs. of dehydrated lime. I ( .1'. \o. -. ",.u',. I .r ,
Keeping things going during 'set them out in the late evening. 2 Ibs. of common salt in a gallonof I form and then just slip by us and .-!<>ed by you.will be taken as cons 8'S, 4t !> :!' Order of Pablit-allon lad >..ti.-.. to ...,.c..c. ,' .t.\.t.1

this time of the though !! and of course we haven't had rain deliver lots! of water just a few This notice shall ">e published' MiTirr. TH Aprn.tn I \fprnri stale< of Florida. 'I'..: ;-1 "
year water and Alice Sc ,,. .
got busy. once each week for four consecutive In Circuit Court, llr.iilfonl Commtf, L e Turk. whe r< lfl. :t..1 I I I vi--
means frequent dusting. We have since that time and all but a few far she has about finished both miles away.i I weeks in the Bradford County T t'rinridn In rhnnrrrr.Funk i' muilniK'' addi."- is I.e< Tin hT4 :''. I 1.1, ., ,
-1 1'SS iio-l.ak: AM 1" !M I I' '. d' if \
h.Dat..d :S :Mill.-i.
dusted our butterbeans and peas (! have died. We talked this ex- I chicken houses and we think that \I 1 grA this, 13 day of August.le-1 : r. P 'Plaintiff v': Ai.Mill. !"- ( o Fli t I P-i-t ","'I"! X1"1.k. i" ... ..df > ..lSUPERIOR

the result is a decided improve-j;i \\? are using! our new crop of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tnonias. .f.II..n'f r.ty. X, I' :"( N. tY" i Flo! Id.l. .
..,., .. I Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 :otlre To Aiipmr.To. 'I > i oj! f" .1))iii", .11 1 on .
;: h'isnot
!1 to
field corn feed our
ment. Sure it will not last long .
I'y Maiian I> (Crosby, Deputy Clerk I II Alice :\11110 r. \\ h..s.reid' ,i. .
... '. but at least it looks better than dry yet but we feed it to them Fi I l.i 4tt :; t and addle--, ,- < .. .MrVim > ,tBn t
I, I .-I l-t., ::!'It-ul:: l T..ih .A\enu \p.nt ,
along with minerals.
..:($ before. 1 i anyway went l:-I', Bay-id.-, (jueeii- I..111-: 1 I- .
\<>'ll('r.10 AI'IT.AH 1 land Xew Turk.
1 In Clrruil ('Dort. Bradford County. You are hereby noftfi.d that .1
: : Wo read the other day that sc ,| Our hens are way down in egg Florid. In ('hn"1'...,. suit for

rp Y ...9r far there are over 900.000 different production. We are getting only Hay "",'b. Plaintiff! vs. Margaret I Divorce
M Ann Pat I is, Defendant has been filed against y."II i In tin
insects which have been, identified about 20 per cent production from .
I Case No. 93 Hi; above named Couit and c.ii-: awlyou ,
/ d : and cataloged. We know there them and that just about pay? :Notice To Apprnr. are required to s.-.I''I'y ,.t I
s :1 I To: Margaret Ann Ha\i i.--, whose your answer or pleading I" th'),
for their feed. And yet some folk
at least that for we ,
-- are many residence and address is: c/o of complaint on thlJ'l.lI'ltlff'
LJ I have most of them on ou'r place. when they buy eggs scream because Mrs. 'anl" Ilamon J'..rt.m..uth.i j Attorney... T Kr.ink l..'lidrlll.tark. 111 trey Tense of fine and UI'rIJl.t'

1 egg prices have gone up. I\'irgi-iia.are hereby notified that a ,i iYou and file the, Florida original in tli. <.tfir! .. iniuiiTii serving :mrt unusual: ran t iul: -

n-- i Flies! fleas and mosquitos are We don't think that cOnSumerfshould suit for I I the Clerk of the Cli t nit < '. art i.
in nl'Illt
guarding against -
Divorce i <.r before the ness ex
I almost driving our cows crazy sc worry about whether the has been filed against you In the I j Nth day of S.-p h ml. r. 1'! ';52.; ;

I ]I we spray them frequently. Some I farmer makes a living or not. but above named Court and cause and i I otheiwise the all tsati.ni- f ':uc"! I pense.DeWITT.
you are required to serve a copy of Complaint will be tak. .-n a- < ...nfe--
times when either Joy or Daisy some might try to understand. your answer or pleading to the ; by you.his .

in to be milked the co::plaiiit on the Plaintiff's i notice fhall tie publishedom .
comes poor
......... water will three .'.;" ",. /. Theron A. Yawn each week for four con-ec.utue I.
fritter is black-dotted with a How much Starke, Florida weeks in the Bradford County Tele ,

0 0 ni-w hatch of flies and she fling cows and a yearling steer need in and file the original In .he office graph. I I C. JONESPhone
yt I Iv
.. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Dated tin.t"; day of August t. Ifi:.:
I her head angrily every minute orso. this weather'e don't know '.r before the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. 7 Starke, Fla.

to relief. After we about other animals but ours re- 15th day of September 1052;; ; Clerk of the Circuit Court ,,
.. *ea....... trying get otherwise the allegations of aul By Maiian: L. ci.-by, Iieputy ,iMk
spray the cow is protected for 'quire about 100 gallons a day. Complaint will Ire taken a> ionfessed l I! h1 4t \ J'iTO ''t"---,.. en.ae ,

the time being at least. i| We know for we fill two tubs- by you. I ,
I :'IUTICI: .UM'IMK Funeral Director Ambulance
This notice shall be published' Service
J JOur
; ; one 26 gallons, the other 30 gallons once each week for four consecutive In rirruit Coin rt. II rail ford ('ou.'', I i:

? ( VENETIAN BUNDSDuchess Daisy is bred and we sure are -twice a day.. Telegraph.weeks in the Bradford County I'loriil.-i K In: cnv.-r-('linnrrrr.William .. .Tr. Plaintiff, local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and {

.\ I she this time. I j Hal"dI. 11 day of August iri.i! :! vs. KlauuCi.nv.i I -.-, It.-f.-nda-it services not otherwise available. +
AII-Flexalum Venetian Blinds are built to takeit I glad that caught We are learning what a cow (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas (".1'" Xo. '.1'-'.!' t

We know of a few things on a Cl.-rk ..f the Circuit( ('..urt Noels T. ".lppenr.To .. !i .....,..... .I .1#................. -e..e w-
Bending won't harm them. The finish won't chip, I farm that can be more of a headache I likes to eat by watching ours.! Hy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. : and Klaine addn-ss C'un'.r.'h.I'nknokn." r< -Id..n"I' ,: t

crack or peel. The \" ''''. I than breeding your animals ''They will teach us if we watch si I 15;; 4t 9 ;JI I You are hereby is:notlfi'1' that a We furnish the highest type service at lowest pnc'-s and -

are spring tempered l'GUQIQDletd by o I jif don't have a boar or bull 'closely, and that is what we are ,, :MOTICli 'I O .\I'I"U I suit for Divorce ha", I... .. II filed i accept ANY life insurance! policy In force issued by ANY {
slats. you against yon "M 1'1 I- : !I. ained -
keep their shape Good. Housekeeping ; in herd. The one difficulty. doing. Floriil.i In Circuit. In('ourt( Bradford C 'Uht1.1 Court and nu.eMHU > .,u sue r<'- : company as payment In part or in full on a funeral J
..., your : 'h..h..ry. ,
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to of
Mra \tur urw
back opy *
in c Hantn. Consultation carries
right place 'at at farming It. I'laintiff. \ tats 1t.- no obligation.
to beginners ? or |1'1.1 .ol tiu- t'c -
1 We had never heard of thi Cf: H"II1, I p. ft ndant ,...., _....__...._....___, .
after rough USe. Look for the Duchess Seal It's your : is to know when the animal i is Cast No !'.",I' plan o-i, [. 1 I., I' \ --------------- ------- --- -

guarantee of quality and distinction. ready to brf'ed.'bat is more i method of gathering corn fodder Xotlo To Appear
s until we came here. It seems that To: Heta McCee Hamm. who. -
FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL i aggravating than to "carry" a residence and addres' i is unknown
[ and
the corn leaves are stripped,
You hereby notified that
to discover are a
ow to be bred only '

GASSETT VENETIAN BLINDSStarke I j, that she is not ready and thatyou'wr then tied in a bundle to a stalk I I suit Hivorce for
until they are dried. Wish we What
had! all your work for 'I has been filed! against you in th want
had the labor to gather some for above named Court and cause and' you
Fla. Phone 207 W nothIng',1' been told thatthe the Winter. I you are required to serve a copy of j
mim coming your answer or pleading to the
!sure way 'is 'o kI1Ohe ,
I I a complaint on the Plaiititf'si
Attorney A Z Adkins Jr 5
Cut up parts of left field where I SK: First Avenue <;ain svill i;

al: :the weeds were growing biggest. Florida. is Coke
A4 a land file the original in the offi." < f a
Think that we cut under most of :I the Clerk of the circuit Court oi

NEW !the coffeeweed in time, for it or before the
.. A. V I lath day of September. I 1-;
-.is just beginning to flower. The i iI! otherwise the allegations r.f said

J I! Complaint will > e taken as confessed -
33$& !f"gweel has already gone to (
j. :: by you. r
SLY \ This notice shall be published 9
t"I I once each week for four consecutive ,
weeks in the Bradford County r.wwr .
WeetrM ? We are having a tough time graph. TeIe-1
WVV HatM this 14 day of AugiM; I :
: ring to get Joy's tail healed. We (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Th.

*-. \A m : : put' screw-worm medicine on it Clerk of the Circuit! ('< 'if
$& $$ & : I
: 5 ; By Marian L Crosby, Deputy i'I. r l
1 ii-t-quently (along with a Sulpha- .
10fOtl ( Nome Withheld Due (o Drastic Price Reduc f n AM ''i uug t salve) but because she uses !51 15 4' IIIT1'C I :1 S

.ti. nc TIMIOV* TO .
I it t so much to switch flies with we
M .::: prw ItIt"IIU: : i 11111111'8 SAMF.
-imply: cannot get it to heal over. Not ie is hen-by given that th iundersigned.

S @ 'aw Mice has even bandaged it, butt und r the ,provisioi1of --
SO Chapter 2II.M13! IMW < { Flor..liAct"
..o r,,.9 t fr ; still i i" open. of W41. will register with tin
Court in and I'
Clerk or th'
\ for Bradford (Count. State of Florida :j !
cqO .. Hoping that we will be ante tcit upon receipt of proof fof puhlication I a/ .
: of this not if... the fictitiou- I
all of right field planted in
name of St.irkc Hardware "Company
d 'pint; > this Fall and that we can ':'under whi h I :.m <-nfrag,'d in bu-i- ;, .
er :Mw' I ntvson Call{ Street Starke, Fa! ti.r
.t t a g.,1 1 .over crop Maybe
II C rut; !h, and i\alvn I- II.: ,t'
n ,' ::1 I lv .ib'f '"I tc.tllt raiseDEAD ,,.I],- owir>.. 1 lf\! T,.", StukiK'i
< f .A' \ I I''
| lit.-l thi- 'Ii! l.'V! iB'i-
I'-.".! at St.ttkf, 1'r.olf. "IIKb.nda. '1 .
4- ;9
i To irorlt r 7. 1a a ., :
a ; 4 f'Wit 4i
I In Circuit Conrt.. CraJford ( ouiitr.FloriJa .
; In ( ....<*ry.
it M?, ', \vVriuMit rinin'.ff! ; \ -
,et rt: !1. ,, : ;. \\ r ulit, Ih fnilant
I Cl-e N.,. '.J :

'Y : a_ + Order of rnlillratlon<\ Notice 1'1'I..nrl '' t
\ tatr of Florida lo: <, r i :u
/ rs7.
: LIVESTOCK I I. i n .Ih.!! \\ right u ti"1--, !y."j.!t.t
:i ,1.,1--1"! ) 2'1T i :VV !Ai
.: r FULL [I'I ,!\ \<. ..,.il, i'i' f iY
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PRICE LIVESTOCK CAll '! if ""'J! I'r.. ." .1 ; d
kSS\ -' :

Phone Gainesville 3330 ( ollevt 1 \, Er ,
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f L\\ yy

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Given With I Each :- .

', 'DIFICTtVE tAkTSt ,0. / '9/ ..

)oot c..tr I SeIf."jltStint; rUlio" Sewing Machine, PurchasedTHEY'RE /I ATTENTION

Lead. ,Cord Atrfemalk Stitch. Re,uloforU x .. 'I Ii
h Sdf-Tkreodt Spring WORTHLimited If You Have Let Us Thoroughly

One to Customer Wash Your Clothes
OVER $6.95 -

i ii PINE OR CYPRESS 9 rounds

For 40c ;

I For FREE Home
t Large or Small Tracts
/ FREE Bleach If Desired !

I / 1 1 We Buy All !I Temple Are. Staiki

II I I '

PAY TOP PRICES _i1 rI ; ,1

;Tci e i. I: We Will _

VACUUM STORES Write or Call Dry Your Clothes 1 \\ lltTl 4\ (1/11/! !h.Sf t". !1.. *:11 *Aiftf: v"--

40S W. Forsylh St. Jacksonville! Fla. I For 20cIn refreshment helps.: You
I I C.enllemen; 1 would like a FKF.E HOME DEMONSTRATION of C r about you,

the :New 19.Vi; KJetric TortaMo Setting Machine priced at $19.93. B. THOMAS New AutomatlDrier*I 5 .

I I 1 understand there is no obligation to buy. I j J'l-t j ('Jilt' beat a frosty bottle of Coca-Ct4ht.


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P. 0. Box 735 The Washeteria COMPANY

I State____________ I 1408 \\' For.Ith Jaru.. STARKE, FLA. STAKKE{ COCA. COLA BOTTLING

It R.1'tddre.. HeaSend Specific I>irrYtion< IJT-3 I ''Coj.o ed rocI.rnork. 1952 THE COCA CO.: .A vr. ... ....
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Presbyterian Church Tangy Molded Salad I''Co r_. 275th Inf. Reg.. R. C. 2. I Mrs. Ray Miles, 5916 Lewis St.. Rudolph Andrew?, B '\ ,7
I '
lil ouR Camp Drum \Vaterto\vn. N. Y.
i Long Beach. Calif.
-- : Sunday School at 9:43.: : a ww. I, Moore Haven Fla.
I Friendship Class 10. a.m.I I i 1I Mfrs. B. Walters. 6965 74th St., J. L. Simmons Gen. Del. Ft Clyde Hersey, Box S7 > "l'I. t
jJ Middle Village. :; Y. Walton. Fla.
Morning service conducted at hassee Fla.Woodfm .
Pvt Delbert E. Crews, H. M.
I 11 a.m. c Van H. Carden. 310
('0 1')2 Inf. Reg. 43rd Inf. Div I Navy Bldg. Haile. Ji 1;_:::1)I W
Warring! -n Kb!
APIA 112. care PM. New York 76 Ot Miami M Fi!
St. Edward's Catholic .. -
-- Rev. N'i' !P Ben" R I > ? :X
Richard ,
Lyons pastor.
Baptist Church"How Methodist ChurchThe Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. .558IHI I UfiPD IT, ICIIII ALVAREZ' STORE 'It'n' ('lolhingEstablished I11II{

I Weekly :Mass at 8: a. m. .t. 'p" San Fan. i.Cihf m t ls9s I
First Methodist Church I .IQ
to Have Your Prayer
I Confessions Saturday 7::30'to --

Answerea" will be the sermon cordially, invites you to hear Dr. 8:30: P.M.Children's. I y t ... '1'I.. ::& "_-n..; a1ILiSr! : "ji"-."" _".'
subject of the Pastor at the First R. E. Rutland, Superintendent of \
Catechism Classes s' st
District of the
Baptist of Starke. this Sunday the Gainesville I
Wednesday, 4:00 P.M.
Methodist Church, who will preach I
morning at eleven. The Church Ii i
Sunday morning Aug. 24, at 11 II I
Choir directed by Mrs. Mona
I well I Church of ChristCorner
Rutland is
Canova will bring the special! i clock Dr. !
music. Sunday evening at 8 the i known as an outstanding speaker : 10th and McMahon

message by Rev. Haines will be I.and administrator in the Florida I Bible School-10 A. M.

"Judas" and the Chapel Choir of Methodist Conference. He served Preaching A. M. and 7-30:

Youth directed Miss Aliese pastorates in Seminole Heights
I ItP.M. .
Church Lakeland,
Lawson will lead congregation Tampa Meeting and Bible Study

singing and bring special aiuMc First Church Ocala, and First :each Wednesday 7:30 P. M.

During the Happy Hour favorite Church Winter Haven, before being Everyone welcome.
requested hymns and gospel appointed as Superintendent of I m
the Methodist Churches in the TENTFyCOSTAL HOLINESS
choruses will be directed by
sung Gainesville! District in 1951. I CHURCH Cool) looking and pretty as can be, with ht parK.it if gt at i aim
the Pastor. I i ginger ale, is: this molded salad. So mam i-ommnatioiiv of fuit
Sunday School meets at 9:15 Rev. Al Brock, senior ministerial Ii i Sunday School 10 a.m. I \egetables can be used in molded salads that they can !he ,er\ed oft.) I u,
with Orie Wiggins. general student from Garrett Biblical Institute I Morning Service 11 a.m. i and each time the flavor will be different. Gelatin salads provid. d': :..
Train in Chicago, will be the Evening Service 7:30: p.m. I excellent way to use small quantities of left o\er fruits, juices and \1'1- ---
superintendent in charge.
tables, too. WAKE FRESH AS A.
6:45 withJ. ,guest speaker at the Sunday eve I Prayer Meetings Wednesday : .
ing Unions gather at : I The addition of pale dry ginger ale gives gelatin salads
an unu-ual!
8 Mr. Brockis night : Saturday night
at p.m.
director of the ning p.m. flavor and that
T. Lawson. I tang makes them "different" and appealing to the
I graduate of the University of 7:45: p.m.CHURCH. tite. A gelatin fruit salad double appe-
Unions for each age group. a can as desert: if you serve it with
held each Florida and served as the Associate I whipped cream.
Mid-week service U I
by Minister of the First Methodist -I OF JESUS CUltiST Cherrj-Banana Salad
week at 8 with the message
and test Church in Gainesville for twc OF LATTEK DAY SAINTS ?i cup pitted canned black cherries J'. cups pale dry ginger ar
the Pastor and prayer Masonic Temple, Call Street. I II 1 package raspberry gelatin ', cup orange jU.l'
Mr. Brock has been the I
imony time for all. ears. I School r-i i cup hot cherry juice 1 tablespoon lemon JUIce ---- ; & *
guest speaker for the Sunday I Sunday every Sunday : % sliced bananas ;;
and each cup
Beginning Monday morning 10 a.m. Sacrament Services -
morning services at the UniversityMethodist I J Drain cherries, reserve juice I Dissolve> gelatin in hot
cherry Add
will be juice.
at 7:30 there special
night : 6:30: m. A cordial invitation
in Gainesville :, pale dry
Church Kinder ale, orange juice and lemon juice. Chill until .
services at the church in a Weekof during the month of August. I is extended to all. I Fold in cherries and bananas. Pour into mold which has been rinsed YfUp m! iSI1l ,,

Christian Growth. There will I I cold water. Chill until set. Unmold on bed of watercress or crisp rrerii-. t -
be discussion groups for all ages W. B. Sewell will lead the midweek Theressa Christian Garnish with whole cherries. Serve with mayonnaise or cream dn.s.n-.
and an inspirational message by prayer service and Bible ,I I Salad may be served as a dessert with whipped cream. t e 1r

Rev. F. W. Brocksmith of Hollywood Study on Wednesday evening. Cecil Davglos will be guest Ill

Florida on the Christian Aug. 27 at 8 p.m. I speaker at these services each I i. ADDRESSESI I A3-c Jos. P. Kelly. :AF1446 t t i2Ct

Home and Christian Growth; Rev. I Thursday evening for two weeks j 2128 3462 Student Tug Squd

"Bob" Gray of Hampton will lead First Christian ChurchYou I II d I in the absence of Rev. Homer j jj I I INTERESTPfc Francis r:. Warren AFB. W."n l

the Youth discussion and Rev. I II I I j I Swindall. Services begin at 8 p.m.jEveryone j' Elmer L Johns US5308195S Albert G. Kru.-.e. Marine Barracks
Guy Lee the Junior discussion, the are cordially invited to attend I I invited to attend i, Co. B. 1279 Engr. Com Bn. APG 1 BUg. 41, Camp LrJeune and operate it for a nickel or less an hour.

Pastor-will lead the Adults. A all services of First Chris I i -Homer Swindall, linisterII.UIPTOX N. C.
46. care PM. New York. N. Y. Furthermore, 'ou'U be amazed at how
) cheap
cordial invitation i* extended tc tian. I Pvt Harold D. Sn.ith-5uO5079: ,,
( Johns is in
Hochst Germany I
whole community to attend you can operate appliances:
the Bible School begins each Sun I Pfc Albert J. Boyles US53081957. -

these services and the Week of day morning at 10. Morning Worship -: CHRISTIAN CHURCH Co. C. 72nd TK Bn., APC. YOU CAN ADD: AlOI1T"THIS

Christian Growth. services at 11. with the Lord's I I 24$, care PM, San Francisco. Calif.J. TUXEDO AMOUNT A MONTH '
11:15 Come and worship with us.[ DISHWASHING . . $ JO to JO
Supper : a.m. Sunday school meets at 10:00, : a.m.l! R. Belnap, change from North FEED STORE AUTOMATIC IRONING . .23 to 65
Church of God Rev. Henry Carter of Penney and regular church services at Canton Ohio to Box 6155 Sta. 6. AUTOMATIC CtOTHESWASHING . .10 to 20
Farms will be guest speaker at I Orlando. Fla. Keystone Heights BEDROOM RADIO . . 20 to SO
& St. Clair St.*. 11:00: a.m. and 8:00: p.m. on Sun-1 I
the morning and evening services'' Mrs. L. M. Francis change from SEWING MACHINE . . 02 to OS
day'N.Iso TrainingUnion meets'at VACUUM CLEANER 05 to 10
in the absence of Rev. Swindall. Washington, D. C. to Box FEED "
School 10 Morning 136 i
a.m. ]
Sunday I 7:00: a.m. Prayer meeting is I And so on down 'Iht Int."
11 .Evening Evening services begin at 7 Raiford. Fla. | IsOR
Worship a.m. 8:00: p.m. on Wednesday nights"We FERTILIZERSEEI'I'LATH \
Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service with Christian Endeavor followed desire your presence at each A2-c H. L. Reddish. 36011\ M wo/ufor =
the Services at 8. :Mamt. Sqdn Box 212. Luke AFB, j:0
Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meet by Evangelistic and every sl-'I'\'il'e. Cume and :. ...
: ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday.Law I Mid-week prayer services every I bring your Bible-- Ariz.Mrs folks in Florida use more Q.d= -=
[ : A L. Chapman. 1S02; St II. V. JOHNSON electricity\ thus people most :&tt j =
ley Wednesday at 8 p.m. The chapter .ny"here else..it's modern 6.-_ :i ,
Sunday School 10 a.m Morning for discussion will be the 2nd! YTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLAKE Paul St. Baltimore.( Md PROPRIETOR ...it'f efficieot...it's cheap 4# __ t

Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Chapter of Ephesian t ...it gives extra leisure for An'

Saturday, 7:30: p.m. Homer Swindall Minister I GENEVA .

Ii i Auto Liability Insurance Rates 0tl II-
%Will Increase Sept. 25SEE
held( over from last creels) 'DtfnJi ukal afptiancri ftu'rt m if mmf peer
fffffffff fffffff-, I -*r+ **+*+-* ** *_*_* Mr and Mr.s. Robert Bewley of doer caf gill pee f. txact figure for peer bows
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor
Sanford announce the birth of a

Jefferson & Court StreetsIn The Heart Of Town 1 son, David Malcom born July 22. US TODAYSAVE ;& ,,'

PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130Morning Mrs. Bewley is the former Maxine IT TO 15 PER CENT PLUS TilE NEW
I II I I I '" I I I'
Dykes of here. INCREASE
Services "[lave Your Prayers Answered" I J, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Sutton left

Evening Services "Judas" last Monday( for Baton Rouge, La. Conner & Gay Insurance Agency

Week of Christian Growth discussion each night at 7:30:: i I where they expect to stay forsometime. -r
I' Mr.[ and Mrs.l J. Francis ,Ii 116 X. Court St. Starke Phone 2S5
I I _,_ i '
son-in-law and daughter and family
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00Mu"MP3i.Sunday : : :
'will occupy their home here during -
School 9: 15 A.M.: -Training Unions 6:J5 P.M.: i their absence. Their daughter See Us For Your
I 'Jean of Huston, Texas was a recent -

VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR visitor here and accompanied

her parents Generator and Starter Trouble
:Mi and Mrs. Elmer Forsyth-

and children left Sunday on a m' roue mm r d ro nro eo

tU"'t'eks" vacation in ConnelN.

\..tllIl'a.., where they will visit Voltage Regulators Checked
SUNDAY 8 P.M.: Mrs Wm. Nuttles had as her 0 .

J" ,: "SHE LIGHTED OFF A guests Burkman recently and her grand daughter daughterof MrsL STARKE GENERATOR I 11 : j

-J CAMEL" Baltimore Md. She accompa a _

'' i' nu-d them to Tampa, Bradenton AND STARTER WORKS
I and Sarasota where they visited
Who What does the Hihle say about I

1 ,1 this fascinating wman'? Don't miss rela th't'.i. '
r- Mrs. K. C. Dykes is vi-iting in 210 Walnut St.PHONE. ( Formerly Anderson's Garage; )
this : !

The T. M. Finleys are vacationing Ed Hunt H. I). Koger

First Baptist Church, Hampton in Georgia. Mr. Finley was! r",

Gently elected Chaplain of Jone
Bible School 10 A.M.:\ H.T.l". 7 P.M.
Langfonl-White Post 56 Am.'ican '
:Morning Worship 11 ,1.,11."HOttlt :\ Legion of Starke and also. va

OF POWEn"IEETS: WEDNESDAY S P.M.: a delegate to the depaitmeir "nention SO DIFFERENT

Everyone Welcome \" \ held recently in Taha) .<.1 t

1 .
A number of Lake Genes >ik

a attending revival sei-v-i.-: o,
How Much ng hold in Mettae: Baptt.-t ':

Can We Afford? .AiKlin: Machines and Portable IT GETS U.S PATENT I

,. ,. \", TjiH'wrltrrs sold on thnt'-Urad.
'ord Comity Telegraph I '

f! .

Government consumes about one-Iouith GRIPS TIRES- CUTS REPAIR BILLS

of the labor of the people today. Pending cn5ounE"cossip I I Contains Exclusive

plans will require another one-fourth. WET OR DRY

Were it not for the. synthetic price levelof By "Shorty"I Ingredient RD1I9"Now1 .

today our national economy would QUMP .SAYE
fuEl ,,. s cap
have bogged down under such a load. Official recognition that SinSA\ DES U FOR
Thomas Jefferson said: "I place econ- I f ,! ciair Anti-Rust Gasoline is signin- 1
'r "

omy among the first and most important tr i j'I /t{ \ : I <;,tinti)> different from ever) other: y. y ,

virtues and public debt as the greatestof : :;!
), \/o.-r'U motor fuel on the market! This n..J: ;
dangers to be feared. To preserve our I I t } .\..ir !;", /
independence, we must not let our rulers <=; j'.J: .. PATENTED gasoline conta.-v:: ;
L '' f:
load.us with perpetual debt' _d\: a J r _H tl\I. ;,t, V. RD-119'#, the Sinclair rust mhib'rr t ''L

,, that protects your whole fuel! v. !
...., I V eo Lin see far drat stop short 'rt.'K'_ '.i '. ljlln.k, l t"p", 'err7''
from damaging rust 1
The Time Has Come for Us to-.Think First of : ; :- I un (:,1t.r..tt. tni )..k\:. .i""l"
.I I couldn't ha\i. .
OUT Country's Welfare Instead of Personal n ( "n"\ hitjhvs .-..cc;. engi i. \\hen you use it regularly., For Full ZSS GM ipNK KEEP S FUEL
pUnt p.* gong dry memo betause: PRtTiE 1N E ,y {

Gratification and Advantages! --- _._,----_. n...,rtd: lor saitt\", Stay safe Power and Long Mileage PLUS pGpt.NST ce rlY i'JS1 CLEANER ,
1. Its :
light-colored matte sur
Vuualit go \\rong; by letting ,' longer with lower cost for Anti-Rust protection at no extra
UN nJiexe >oti of motorinor- face reflects light without
maintenance. Your Sinclair Dealer for. .
gasoline cat, see our
Use You Bank Champion of Your Liberties. rit... that' uh.ite take pridein glare, increases risibility and >
dieing..v..vvvv..nnv. tax and motor vehicle license
reduces night driving fatigue.
fees will
buy more highway ANTI-RUST

LIBBY 2. Its gritty surface is skid service per dollar when invested
resistant, wet or dry; helping in concrete pavements GASOLINESSERVICE

Sales & Service
p .saeoo FLORIDA BANK at STARKEiltmotr
>?suestw ,
\ Lrforii/a Ilutionat l/jroutt Kaiser Frazer Henry-J :207 Mortgage Guarantee Bldg., Atlanta 3, Georgia
D. Goodman
MfMOt'A' DEALERSHIP A ficficral organization to iirprove end e trd the uses o' portland eerrent and

Temple A\ e. Ph. 32 concrete through Kiernlc, re,ea<.r. ora er, ,'eer' field work. [". S. :-.01 at SOtTH ( IT\ I.IMIK: ';\HhE FJ.hHIO<


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Four-Year Old llall-Moncrief Suit Goes FOR CITY COUNCILTO Special Primary Oct. 14 Still Without j

Before Court For Final Say-So :


Ask Starke citizens J. H. Mon ; the balance. and the circuit court I

crief or Ben F. Hall, and both of ruled that the property be sold I wish to announce that I am.a ; I hereby announce my ltnlidacy i i' t-:,':' '!'" t!;, I' n' ,. : : i \heu! ; h.. ,.! !, ;; .,. "

them will tell you next time you to the higest bidder last Aug 4 in candidate for re- lection to the for re-election as .1' ember .. : hiueek to wheedle someP.I included ami War re-:: -

make a business deal, make sure 'a special master's sale. City Council in the City Election of the City Council of the Ou! ; out' ..t Gov. Fuller Warren for the DemocratRichar1 \ .

it dov.1on I However Moncrief's attorneys i, on Sept. 9. I, of Starke.I Kr-, ; .
you get paper. (,-.,,1 get a decision to Opt"t th-! uexh"u.tht : -
Because for nearly four years Hal Y. Mained of Lake Butler andT. I am running for reelectionentirely :I have at all times worked" rotimproving .- .! ". Ilf ci! .

these two men have been battlingin A. Yawn, county judge-elect.I on my record. When first our Light and Water S'fiial State Supreme .Vint pi ; IIpt'nl pt .tItt'itibla !"

one court or another in an ef ''appealed to the state supreme I elected I promised to work for ,.I Plant sewage system fire: department :niary election to both part ,.*, !; I:' _t .

fort to prove who said what way court after Circuit Court JudgeA. lower taxes. Today the ad valoreir and improved -trveis Warren called the primary but ,, Meanutailing !" !, ; ;t.lt.,.

entered a final decree -: and personal taxes in Starke only the Denn"craK to fill tht .
beck in the last of 1948, when Z. Adkins and sidewalks a,; well as in.pp.v ;k.1 ) i d'.' 'onhesr \

oral the June 13. 1952 have been entirely removed bringing the Supreme Coot vacancy createdby froiu .
Moncrief hired Hall on an on case ,, ing functions of our {'It\ 'l. j ."
sale of the propertyif our city statewide recognition. .. the death ,of Jus: > .' I K H .
agreement to fill hU two lots. ordering the Government If re-electe.l. I ,M II!! S 1I.t! .1. ",' ".tll1 ,'

The property has 135 ft. frontage Moncrief did not pay up by I have worked continuously I work for continued improvement I| Chapman. who lastl l' 'I th-v v

on Madison and Call Sts. and June 25.Judge for the extension of sewer water in all phases of our City. and will! r---r : : i I i electt1'! Democratic nominee lIugh :.t .. .

lies on the east side of Myrtle Ave. Adkins' decree was issued and electric light lines and will work for a clean up program .'i:, Site 't'd i hln1-t'r.f in the new six Toni \\ "

And the case rose from the after reviewing the 182 O. .'.\rL RAYMOND: continue to do so. I have worked throughout the City and beautification I .p. I yen. t,-rv: : which begins Jan 6 state ,, \ IPt'nt :

gathered durIng for park improvements and will \\ ,11 rl'l1.: aftei a Supreme Vuurtadvisory ... ,
| of testimony of the
approaches \
following facts: pages To frienus tr EELL: 1.\\\>OXI I
Hall was asked by :Moncrief tc the special masters hearing. my many ;n the Cityof cooperate with all civic clubs ir town on the main highways better opinion authorizing him pub!!, i. i i h"_

S. Patten Starke: the beautification of highway entrances I \\ -h to candidacy to call the primary took the position ," ,
fill the latter's plots back in 43, 'presided by George drainage and for continued announce my HIS 11\\ ; {,h.

and Hall promptly did so on an city attorney. ., I wish to announce my cand. into Starke. I am opposedto progress throughout the city.I for member of the City the vacancy was onl in the post. I I..f ,..t -

oral contract. However. the dis Moncrief's appeal to the higher idacy for member of the City any re-routing of Highway 301 appreciate the opportunity of Council of Starke in the Sept. g Democratic nomination because elude Circuit Jimp, ..

pute arose when Hall tried tc court cancelled the auction sale ,, Council subject to the General through Starke and will cooperat sf'I'vingon the City Council and City Election. Most of you knowme the Republican partdid not Giblin Miami, ana\ ,

and the dispute Election of Sept. 9. In makingthis with city county. and State Roaii To those who do not I would nominate: a candidate: the Mayprimaries. Harris Drew. '
collect $3.200 for the job, of his property, so also the cooperation received from \\ Pi1.:. I"

Moncrief said the price agreed presently rests in the hands of announcement I make no pro.. Department officials to keep ,il the Citizens in suggesting \'ariousimpro't'menl. like to say that I am 41 yean l pointed h> the GOX.M-i :

upon for the job was $900. Hall the state court in Tallahassee.Yawn 1 for the future growth and pros.mies where it is now. I will work for .:> to be made and old. married have two sons toru The Supreme {'.'un iii.1 I 10,1: : ;> fhapnian! < une\pieit!

claimed no price was agreed upon said he did not know when to anyone except to work utilities extension and additional want to extend to you an invitation now serving in U. S. Air Force t -

and that he was to charge a certain I the case would be entered on the perity of our city and to. render paving which can be done on ip:1Y at all times to call to my attention and am connected with Lavsori Disaster UnitOrganized I
fair honest and just .ice in ArendeJl
price per yard of ground agenda. that office. I as you go basis without incurring any needed improvements :Market in the wholesale and retail 75.

filled\ in.Since I, And meanwhile the ca.e: was bonded indebtedness. I or other things that would improve sale of meat. I belong to th

there was no notarized making the rounds of the coun G Paul Raymond i The City of Starke is sound and! our City. Masonic Lodge and am a deaconin

contract or even a dirty slip of ty's legal bugs, drawing specula- I solid today. Let's keep it that! Your vote and support will be I the First Baptist Church. I am Here I Dies \Was Pioneer

paper with a few figures and tion on the outcome since theI ; Bradford way. If my fellow citizens of greatly appreciated. in the coming interested in being seated as one ,

I for either side County I Starke do me the honor of returning of City Councilmen so I
it was just case is a one election on September 9. your may '
words scribbled on. : ; Att.-r iie.i] ing a Reil: ( 1 ss f.elt :Mis' l n.: -- .
anothers. 1 to and since there is actua- me to thi. responsible position Lucian O. Hazen. better serve the citizens of Starke iiI. '.
word against prove
one man's worker of the Disaster Service .
\I .
t-ndeli. .
what either one of I will continue my effortsto I With aid aiI 1 I g. i a.111, ,, .
of cooperation
U before ly no proof your .
And the case today up [ Staff outline procedure for combating one of
Families Earned Starkes
State Court, the men said in the oral contract. I render the best service of which believe I will be able to be an active first 1.1:1: :1 ," "
the Florida Supreme hurricanes a Disaster Preparedness -
Rotary Hears I prominent '*-. T ; .
to | ,
Hal! I'
after passing through most of I Attorneys for the plaintiff 'I am capable. and impartial council memo Committee for Bradford
tral Florida ,
courts without are A. J. Thomas Jr.. County Service I Your vote and support on Sept. ber. Your vote and support wil! -o d 1 nut! u I
Bradford County's Rev. BowersRev County was organized July 31 i died last Sujuii! > in Oi't' ,1 j
satisfactory settlements to both Officer. Williams-Futch $$2,025Inl951 I 9 will be greatly appreciated.James be appreciated: I
A Lewi with five sub-committees set lip| : present homeInternment .
of Starke. Ewell Laxvsoi '
parties, naturally.First Attys. I i, E. R. Bowers director of by H. P. Morgan. Disaster Committee .
I II ,.., at Ut.t i .
court action began Dec. the Fundamental Baptist Youth : Chairman Bradford Count
What is the inconit- of ;

6, 1949. when the courts slappeda BBS Football j Bradford County average families ? How i Sgt. Sapp Rescued '; Camp. now in progress at the Sal- : Car Rams Truck Chapter. American Red Cross. pInt Wednesday at the Cn.-i.v att"IIIOtIU, Lake.it 1, en', ?'i.Rev. ,..

mechanics lien foreclosure on I I much is available to them for Ration Army Camp on Bedford I II \\'. II. Carpenter of Atlanta Sargent III the K\ j,

Moncrief's property in order to from one > i spending. after taxes ? How dcthey ;, Lake. was guest speaker at the spoke before several interests 'I' (
( page Chunh
I I of .la k .,
reimburse Hall. I |: spend it? In AlaskaS : Rotary Club Wednesday discuss Causes persons in the County School Superintendent's officiating. a.

Moncrief had Thomas. Eugene Tanner. Robert : the of $600Damage
At this time. paid I Answers to these questions. mucr- ing import ce early train.ing office. showing the
j I
wanted tc Manning Dewayne Elder. Town- Mrs. Ar.nd.n 1! was h" .
Hall of
Hall $1,400 and sought after for commercial n-a-, j youth. unties of a Disaster Preparedness

collect the balance, thus the legal send Strickland. Byron NewcombC. :, i Rev. Bowers a former re-i- Committee. Starke Oct 1 17. 1877 :an,! ,1\, ,
'sons. are contained in the new William
Sgt. i Billy i Sapp.
action. The court directed Mon W. Slade. A. Q. Smith. Benny I of of dent of Starke is now pastor at' To BothA Carpenter listed three ways in here until she ins r-i'.I \\ >Ii\\ .,
j copyrighted survey buying son of :Mr. and ;Mrs J. S Sapp
crief to pay the balance by June I McRae. Glen Crews. and Richard I I power, covering the entire United Lawtey. was one of three servicemen < Branford and has established an which to combat hurricanes. ii. Jefferson t Crint: of .I... K-.i \
,, vhiv
\ ht'r .
I .
25, 1952. Moncrief did not pay Forsythe. i States prepared by Sales Manage who rescued by heli enviable reputation for his work Bradford County's and Florida'smain : r.-si.jed 1"r "
i I were
mother\ and her three small year Mi i I Hi; n.t! :lu-.l' m i''! with This is the
nemesis I
'ounpeople. committee
irent. 'i the small boat in a survey
conter when
1 children escaped, injury Morula; ter Mis < ;Irani: t re-m H i I' ,,j
The figures show that higher which they were riding capsized in second year the youth camp ha.been .; reports damage and persons
shortly alter 12 noonhl.'n the secon.l ,
: m.un.ij;; to Hi.ul I \
i incomes and better Fairbanks. held on Bedford Lake. andI injured to the disaster committee
SERVICE a standard the Salcha River near
in which dell.
I car they were riding
WINKLER( ELECTRIC I Rev. Bowers stated that the
i living prevail locally. Bradford Alaska. I some rammed the front end of Foremost chairman; 2 notify
;County families recorded net 160 young people are now attend.ing Red Cross headquarters in Allan IIiaiti Mi-i Arenili-ll 1 !1 i \ :
?st. Sapp has been stationed Dairies delivery truck as it
I! earnings in 1931.: after deduction ; Eventually the churches that ta ; and 3 carry out local first Lakelaini, until reri'nth \\'IT'- t" -
: with the Air Force Special Servo was making a left turn off High
for all taxes of 6279000. This -upport this summer activity will aid anti I begin County area work moved to Orlando. She u i-- i p
-1 ZENITH ices in Alaska and was recently; way 100. five miles south of
live member of the Ka.-t.-i-! .-
was a gain over the $5,979,000 net purchase a site and build their such as housing and transportingthe "
commended for improvising an Starke. '
own camp.The : homeless. Mrs Art'ndell was .1 'I i iM! !h-.
income of the
previous year. i 1 of
RADIOand air-conditioning unit for one speaker concluded the Each vehicle was estimated tc< the College Heights M,, >I", i
Divided by the 3,100 families in program Carpenter also cautioned Re
the temporary theatres there. by showing: colored film have at least $6!>O damage thesheriff Church in Lakeland \\ti.i.
thv it Cross workers about whe
; county represented earnings hE persons
the accident '
At the time of
and office funeral thild!
!> reported.Mrs. services wC" I
slides of pictures taken on a recent -
of $2.025 per family. This; act as Red Cross officials duringa
I favorably with the and two other 'men wore taking tour that he and a group of Donna K. Lewis, 36. and disaster and plunder the day at 9 a.m. They wt'ia i .
compares previous their sup.plc.
Televisionalld coundings in the river when
by Rev John James }JIIIIk> ,
other Baptist ministers made her children of Eaton Ind.. were
year when earnings per: outboard motor broke its shear >s of food and (-lothing.Morgan .

Service family locally. were 1993. Sapp.ho was operating through Europe, including the enroute to Miami when she began \ announced five coinmil She i is survived by lu-i, -

I The figures it is pointed out pin. Sgt. make Holy Land. I i passing the dairy: truck driver tees, and will have the chair band Charles G. AivmUil t
the boat attempted to
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an- arithmetical averages, ob while the three men drifted The speaker was introduced by by James William Mixon. 24, of man of each committee named by son. Cecil Haynes (;1'111 -

22-1 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 tamed by dividingtotal income by] down repairs the river. Traveling swiftly; LiKian Conner who had charge 336 W. 12th St.. Jacksonville. Fept. 1. They are: food, clothing, grand.sons. Cecil liavin'- i LII,

of the program. I she abreast of the Jr.. and Charles William 'li: '
total number of families. 'With the current the aluminum I When pulled and shelter; transportation. survey -

STARKE, FLORIDA The better earnings locally led boat suddenly struck an underwater !, truck, Mixon cut across in frontof and communication; registration and two great-grandcluMi'>

to bigger "pt'nllingDradfonl overturned, throwing Ike Trails Adlai her without a proper signal in and welfare; medical mil tam and Kh/abeth <(c.r.m'i<
-- -- ------- snagand
effort to make left turn intc inforniatiur .I.l.icksonvillcMrs, !I
County stores registered a sale all thiee men into tho rivc. r. an a nursing; and public

volume i in the year of $7.189,000 military ( Continued from page one) a driveway.!'. Lewis' 1951 Kaiser committees. AI.'IHItII8S Ih.' ,il: < .. '
by heavy
Tins .sales total sedan struck the front of hi- of I>r J O Hiivnes: .inI, ;.- d\ : '
represented again Since hard to have wet-
clothing they attempted to swim Ray Stone clothing !store sales- it a
over 19.VI: when the retail' truck throwing her car into the Temple I"itt\ll"--- < .St.uk.H t -I!
but wore Hearing the point of exhaustion man. Democrat Stevenson. "I've I ing with committees
ditch the left and bouncing. UK ter nt! tin- i' 'II' .\ I. H '
business amounted to $7,031.000.. when the current suddenly always voted Democrat. and I'm on ;; once. Morgananl 1 he will have

The fact that total sales are swept all three of them onto a too old; to change now. I believe I IStevenson's truck off to the right. individual conferring.,' with his-! Sr ,

greater than income indicates Neither roordinate Slli- .\ t 1 h. ivaiid'l: mi. !
sandbar. an all-round better drivers nor on upanU'required : sub-c'iminittees in order to

nJ\XJICIIII.IIJI'X; [ I Pun'10.. ..1.1fiixhioned. TTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTT1 'hut: a great deal of purchasing I is: marooned for mall and I don't believe we oughtto any first-anl. t their activities. Mr and Mi.iuinon: -I !I.Ont' r, ,
l> There they wer settles m.l\ .
"n > wax vour domin Bradford stores of the first
fluortM< a nioriili us<- MATTRESSES I County the boat continued on downstreamand have a military man as pre.-i-I However both drivers xvere .! O ( tax chapter chairman t
in Starke and Biadt"1
1'1.\-TI- K 01'I.: TIIAXSIAUEXTKini by residents of surrounding con dent." with traffic violations ( 'i oint er
0.1.1.. KINISRENOVATED the sand bar had HO connecting charged it I the! Hi iilt'iitl' chapter.An
h DUO a i. .at lin s n aiKami tv
i unities. Marcus Reddish. former. Demo :Mrs. Lewis was charged with fail I Heil I CrooHurricane
I lloiiif & ..MillSui>i>l> link with the shore. The cur i-; II'> IIi
The ratio of how much is being crat. Stevenson.. "Stevenson's a tag to yield the right: of way to .1
l ldangerous
rent appeared too swift and
}'OHt.1<:-Sweet Y-llow Lupine'seiil. : .' -#" spent in each city and county, in Democrat and it's not too long vehicle while Mixon wa.s charged/ Mitchell In Critical
Hairy I Indiso. new to reach: the shore by
crop ,
IVnsacola I'.ahia & ctrtitteilSnuthlanil }, .ffl.1 :- relation to the volume expected. "wimming. All night the men since the: Hoover days and with with failure to give .1 pioper sig Safety Shape After Wreck

Oat s-ei-il Hay earlylirfore is considered in the survey througtI Ike I wouldn't want to risk get nal.
sl I
|iri>-. >. I"u up Se. d dr> iiij I I shivered on the sand bar. awaiting
This i ia is
& t'anlllZ\ W. JI,1111 ilto'i. a "bllyingpower quota. ting too n-uch military III the After posting $-'"> bonds, both Oiles Mitchell. :1M! I
ltr..i.k.r, Kla. tt FURNITUREReupholstered weighted index which takes into rescue.Meanwhile '
gevel nment. parties were released The hearing : Plan Outlined Ala,-hna General H"'i|1".' i
und account income sales. population : the military driverwho .
Democrat .
PoR UKNT-Fiir-nMieil a I'trtmt'ntl.I Ben (Old ?argei' Suslow. will be held sometime betweennow week in critical (co.lit : !1'

3 rooms, hnth.. ..',,- ....... Kefiniihed and other factors. For Brad was assigned to pick up tht"thrt'P Stevenson. "Stevenson haf and Sept 3d ;accoiding t' ing !a Fii.lnv night! i I' ,'. '
I"'rdlI'ply 42i ti South St or i of .0013 i iJ' men on the highway arrivedat
r Tu'k'ut... *afe tfchff I) HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. ford County a quota served as governor (If Illinois and Deputy Cecil Sewell reporting oificer \\O\'h; i/1Jr"a"I'a't "' ; ,"n just aloni; t 1'I'\ '"- <. I liianling; I I'- > '

! H .x 230 TaJatka, Fla given. which means that that per. the designated place and couldn't he knows politics knows his owr. of the: wreck.Vandals around i the i nrn'-r hire Chief. It.W Mitch.-, || iI| i\ 'p.c, hi. I.i ,

t VlMl SAI.K-XUH.sweet, juicy 'eentage! of the national business find them. He returned to thebase ,
I' be bossed bany poll.ticait. ( thh W'-ek asked 1'/1"0)). 1"-'
mind. won't Wpenti-i 19r:.l tw t"" -
r Valencia $1 SO liu at ( A A A A AA LA A A AAA AA A A A A A A A .
oranie.s and reported them missing.A
farm tiring: container :No sales I.KT .I. II 8UIHI. JK. should have been produced locally I and has done a Rood job in Star kt' citizens to begin preparing trol ot t It'.t''i' and roll.!! 'I|
Stin,1jNear: railroad depot. IIXMU.K 101 It however local business weather squadron plane wa- recoidHe I / Damage
Actually. '
to for the winds. "
Illinois according big om C Th'u I > ''I-j 'it ".1' t"i p '
C. VJenVi'ts. Johnson (I'utnum the and
crn.JIt hOGS with dispatched to fly over area
County) Fla 5tp-S :;:; ,: SV1.KSLite : exceeded expectations had his own investigators clear lie proposed a 4-p ;nt plan whi< I h 11:1: [f'rt Ki' I I.

Oak I:..... U e<]i>esdaI'nlatka > 0017 percent of the national act 'I I finally sighted the men hiiildle't up the cigarette tax scandals irChitago. Lawtey Church outlines general I fn"I'aOltlolplO He Is I h.-, -'>. -f M' II't! !

oxx \ \ x\ ..:..'n.n1"10 Knrh 'ur..da Krlilnr; !t counted for. t on the sand bar. A helicopter and drew the biggest c dure Frank Mititifl) "nrt I I'Xf-' i.1'
nlnelllr Knrh
\ ..CU.I1'1: "TOIIK! I then sent out and the men
show that the wa.s
Sell I'rofitalile auto "I'\llit'| r .iios.liicyt I j The survey off the majority vote of any Democrati Theherlll ., "nl\! | t tni- week 1-Seciire anti| hr it-c all TV parent on the Ke stnin', 1
I le". flrctrii-al I United' States has grown lo a were successfully that':'
1'UOTF.rT YoriJ SKCUUITIES: : I governor of Illinois, a 4ate Mitered thi.S al path agllllst'an.- aerials about} oni' mile frmn! S'IIrk.
! Fireproof nation of 4 1.7 ,
i |I'll I :
Republican. daIs Lawtt' Stt Highwiiv I"
]jk o\rr ISrtrt owners Western steel predominantly in and quickly *
bnautiful. large, heavy: duty ,
2-R loose roofing am
Auto Associate Stores I you can having: an effective buying power Sgt. Sapp leftlaska on AugustIS of rustpieventative -pair "r >
Vitsky owner a < > \1'
P. with
box. $IO.! plu ta x. Bradford Phil jacked up their ire a $25 reward -" A Fillingmias
<-a|.italixe ronsiimer on W."I..rnlItO'acceptam-e" nationwide for- County Telegraph.: tlFOK after taxes! of over 220 billion and will be station.-d m l"tah.XRay company and authorof offer. nroken window pant s. fit VI

\rtlur-iclvi-iir. No experience I In.I..1 dol1uIort' than two-thirds of 'Sunshine Florida'. I 3-Pick up trash in yard and
TIm UtDlaT.: llXIH'\) Untie the song. The reward is !tor th'arrest
we train yon Minimum -lOi!) F.ngraved Wedding Invitations this spending moryy finds its way "Adlai hat secure such items garbage can Builders Supplies
capita! of $:i..rt: : n'tt'4Vritt' Democrat and conviction or information
u> for information.i on fine rag-content papei into retail stores. The resultant Checkup background from tops anti other objects that might
only $lh-q j Bradford CountyTel..grll.h an outstanding leading to the same for person or Builds AdditionThe
-:.. nn1 Tn !Oo IMM.V, ro. tl retail business is above nl lie possesses the get carried! in th- wind.4Don't Firm
the cradle up responsible for the destruction
. 19 1I..o i:...l ::1rol MrK-l billionsMcGriff's persons :
experience leave blllllhngconstruf'
I V- Jarkunntlllr. t'l"rlolaFPl"1 RADIOS REPAIRED I Continued from page one most administrative and removal of propertit > StarkHiiild--i,
> :. an ion: projects at the mercy of a
and prog-res..ivpne
youth. the Lawtey Wood lawn Bapti-l near the Seab'iar'l An I -
: FIXK llciKSKS for sale ('4n All Make All Model* Off Again Lawtey Wednesday and will be in has made a wonderful showing a? : storm during a weekend: brace ...
, YM 11'\ t'ainp IminokaP llea....n.hlt' charge. icnarnlermxs. "I ; church.: are building for then."I
. I.e al
. see-i HeiKhl" ('. !MI Km: K.iin Starke today and Saturday anil of Illinois for the past the walls and secure loose "bJ..tiI
P near Keystone On Free I' governor Rev. A. G. Flynn reported thi t hange
TO. W. fall "r. il rk Ph. 2FOI
r[ .\\'all.I"I.II I:'. :3tl <::ii: : on Aug. 26 and 27 four yearsHe is not a professional week that vandals hit his church I According; to Carl' I '

OlXI"IXII.ltli"; i Korm" .\1\1.- S.VLK--Sli.nv liei > |I.l.i II h lit and Mrs. G. J. McGriff. As!' soon as the units opened forbusin..s. political. and we certainly during a Saturday night foray for : Famous Pastor ,tll,1 l operator of It...- I.th. .
the hej ('oii.oS..> I.f.tr. yoiliuy. of his type and nv .. ,
1each. \XVtlrooted "
1/\ to I in. need '
plants a person "
in Starke Thursday. some buildir.
l hralwht'd.Ial..a cuttlnKn. :M l I'hixlen. Slate F.trni, Koal : > operators of the General Electric ) the third tim this year breaking .- old tin -
and of the national -
< m. 111.1 for $1 ::i. Oaml- l>el\\ei>n Slarke .uul lleillirolllSiirms Appliance store in Starke. leftyesterday 50 persons 15- 'ear.. and older tergrlty to lead us out situ window panes. ripping apart pic Dies At Keystone minted by a 51 ","" ,' ; '
4lp S :2: troubled .
Japonica-. 10 to I* in. S.Vcaoh | : on their second exnsepaid I lined up to get these free checkups debt and the lie tables. and barricading th. I in the form .. '.' "-I i-"'
paid.- and
i.i lea Oardenf and NurseryTaullnr pelvrdereA l-'tll K Ir-XT--wl..t' front III,,,1..rliI' I ; trip to the Caribbean as a re- as a safe precaution against tion. I have every confidence clean Front of the church l IJr F Frank :N'urriv 7-; :>. nationally shed and c'I'" bioV: .

Rifle {'oIlIU". Iox 160(. lottuneser reason.ilile Alxtwo to believe that he will known of the Firxt '
) : diseases. reason : pa-f- j : "
ward for many office "
: reaching their district Damage this has amounted: fur
tf ,, year
KaIton. KU I' "unll'h" XX' S SilileyMixer needed in WashingtOn '
Uike. Slarke __".'"_ x -., j June-July quota in selling GE After it leave* Starke next I house where and wil! to: some JloO, F>eputv Cecil, Sewel!! Bapti-t: Hiur'h "f Fnrt Worth. ware siipp .'"-

as well as overseas. Texas died suddenly at 2 am : .
.. l.OST-:Mate thrown p.irt how A"K.year xvajhing machines. week the units move into Brook- aid The riffli ,1' I Imeasures Ii -
lIam.Trilo ..r llou-id Fi>Il SAI.K-Tahm TruiMT p..r..1wilh I 1 all possible for a speedy n Wednesday at trV FundamentalBaptist -
: old : ,1 The McG riffs sold their quota Reno. Lincolr do 'ix > 1 If t1 1 "
.4 cylinder Ford motor.sleeps ; er. Hampton.
SIi: and
<> .
collar laIr No iS in Korea .
boys ,
two Also a beautifulloune I last turn of our Youth Tamp now being the I)" x'1:! I-
Mrs. W A Stern. Phone I1S-W. year and had a three-day City. A detailed schedule u r Marine Recruiter It is
ItnFt I Trailer i completely turn foreign lands. He seems conducted Bedford Lake
i>he d. .sleeps 4 A complete hum.; vacation free at San Juan. Pprtc : printed elsewhere in this' column. other Amer

U SAI.K-IV A \ stt'Ifl.s: ;; ft i Floreceat lighting. 1'Uill in Ita Rico. This year the McGnffs Some 178 persons were prOcessed me as gifted with enough start Here Tuesday At P.O. Dr :Norrs:\ had flown into Jacksonville .
with phonottraph. dio. new ga.s range.Vne.-iaiMHJ to have charity from FortV'Jrth Tues
oont peaker jcanism as
1 nuke and I Itrel guitar with 'I :. :Must! l h. old. I\"t..e ; join some 140 other dealers and ; through the few-minute rather than over W. C. T. U.
17:.. Bill at home first Staff ThomaBeack. il-\\; night and 'anp> to the youthcamp
case. all for '141Pt II> Oeisrer.h fer tkea it I' i' B-x :) salesmen in the south Georgia I examination procedure in Lawtey Sergeant .

I. and ()rang.' Sts_Itp I H....... K.t. >'n.Heights.. Fla..:tt' SI ... ''and Florida district for a three- Wednesday, despite thundershowers veas I volunteered :m the V. S Marine Corps Recruiter from expecting to remain there I,1tI'Kl't: .' I IIIWII.,11

.. I Army in World! War I aril: ha1b'en Jacksonx-ille. has announced that for a visit of several 'lays. He '." 8' Tin FYK: elF \MI\i i I"I IMir"TO
FOR SAI.RPur. l.red Our. pie' Ij ,: day trip to Havana. Cuba. Aug nearly all day.
horn Jun. U 'an he registered j ...\l.I SAI.K. : -Buell .. gluMiua l-iill" 22-24 a Democrat all my life and he 1952ummer officer's training !scheduled to speak there Wedne- MFA. 1__ A I tHl: I .l' l *
in huver name Out of litter of f and "... .1. Time to plant n. \i. t:: Doyle Conner, publit'itchair vote on a ,
Ii: Marcus'roniur.. Kt 2. l'"'tHilt I K Young fhrisiiaii St. \It' h.- for .' expect, tll,, cast my program for men and women d hnight.. PROBLEM OK M VMUl M I.
: man the -
21 p t,!i* ; I examination.hope. straight; Den.ci ritltltket THKUMOK < VI i
1 is now in full awing: at c".eldj TinK.VK.:
: FOK SAI.K---''1I1 flowers. ihs.iithemuins \ New Owners Move J to break the record of 2.295: perSons The body was earned In a f'iperal
FOR SM.F-"\'" lii ..ns.. ;rwit*' in all colors. tI-... p.- : :Marine! Corps Bases home in Jacksonville prior I-POX" 01 R PKOPIf; "J\iul, II)
Ml if for I K F \ .'tiiu. .lIan'T l lt.li; processed in 1949. and said OI.Lti'l"tl'
Trailernw. w sa. i ice (
"'IIt-\( s.Ir Annlv any mornine.Fl Whispering PinesThe I! "If the weather slays clear. wt 15 4-H Boys Return These young men and Woml'11will to being retiirne-1 to Fort Wor' \ .\U.M> I'l KSf
It.-hg I FORF.I.I.td..rn: : I hr.'"' r.."!\ TO1: IT \ > t MVK'K
R-mt-ho I"I"I become well indoctrinated in for burial
should be able best record
furnished garage apartme-ir. \\ 'I; to our Today From CampFifte.n MOMM I I I'lUiB
.'on H":X"1 1\ fn"",-".-.? .r..n..d p..r.-h. tub. sh>w .-t .in I'I I Whippet mg P.nes TouristS I hope all Bradford Countian; military' tactics leadership and ):N\l. \
hunlr.tI..w I.-.nat.I.! t \ ,. 1'II.\n liliiid :-14 I XX'i-.st Msili IfM TIIKKK: I" V hvt| ) I"hI.MJIIKK
t.mod. Adults'i n AiplMr' Fri'.l Orr. I s"n. A ,:\V ll'liiXV Court. xvhich ua sld last Junk;''U, take advantage of this free serVice I I-H Club bCtbeg:!!' many other intere-ting subject Canning Plant Put Up (JI1)1 'itt \Dlli.NNV01.KI I

Highway :S ot m'l-> North i i"ontre for $40.000 saw its nexv owner paid for by their taxes" h* tiier; ; annual -umnn-r camp on during their training. A specia! WIH I vv t
J-ie'- ill: -II Itu XXTKlvXVh'tf' I lidv to m.\e 'I | > IN
the officer
:; move in this week concluded. feature concerning Nearly 5,000 Tins
Lake the State Camp
j .1..l..n"II. to keep h \se inr' Cherry on ... 'nrI'It..... liun.irrni, I I
'ORr'H SWIXUS. hairand r<>rkr .-.% f..r It.tliv, while, ninth'-r They areIr.: and Mrs. James, I Volunteer workers ThuI" lay ;tnr I sit.' Madison Monday after- training program is that :t requires ()
"'> made t" ...r.lt'r1..."> wind.-w :j t.-i. hes Mjs .. ;: \V. Griffin and their Frida :Mrs. Git' Mrs no during :
., .. 18-year-olc were' Duke Oo-mty
...>nrs. ""'..t. And ant\ er t4-I .har..1 .con. a< i ompameii by "iTfi': l i. O( ( \ >.11 l< 1'\ \I
:o'net \. ".." fharley T .
TilE *K t'iiiBIT'tL I'
: FIII R S\l.K-\Ve .t half < IIHIVKIV'i.
R't 'U 11)1 11.\:0.:1' ..-t i'iarer Sei-tmn I The Griffins bought the spaciow; iI-I A A K.irls.T.! Mi. A M ">.-,' T the fi\e-.l-i '. : p ir.IV. .- .-turit'r nt.v'5K ., anti I 45 men at the Omimun.ty URINKIN*. V '

!'otI.F.Or H..nt-210 .\ R.Bh.. ',,.. 7 S..uh UanRe 22: K:."'t. court from Mr. and Mrs. T. R ., S.-t.' Mr.Geor I :':, O.n.Mi: :: A; "inning IN \IIII i I >
-til rent hou- .r p." "ire senaror 'nlalllillit <0 a.rfmore or lev Tilt: LAST Is
.. .. :. Conrell of Starke. .\h.'! : L-.s.. Mo. J. K Mrs Tue"tla.c .-.- !I'-t ( >'. : .
togeth-r Will .I.", o1l'w Mke IK ,n >''''r. R --, ona'>l : Kite Terry Putch. Lar. ir..i! Mr r-\-r. : .. r V through 'OXTI UI. ONKM I t"1,

.. and rev"" .....,- j terms availableVr.tc; BoX Tle. 1 1Tah1ahi't. The court has a lodge. containing James Lewis. Mrs. FlorencE Gaskins. D Ritch .\.r vTerrell t- :. ;,:,.. "- ..:. ,'" t' ". '. TO ( .
ire. Fl.! ,. JtUf t ." '.' ,'. FBHS 'guSI'm .\CTTt1.011111.1'" xi \mIIXKOLI
r nd hot w h.-r 1 111m: : guest rooms and dining room Brown Mrs. Leon Moorer. MrLes1. and Edward Green \\ Iii you asr.Iv couegt: ..lu.1\ch:":' ;....:.. .....
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/ i i .t i : \ r1 aro,1X\ cabins, all of xvhu h ar ; ; ,' BiggMrs Robcr: Bsrk-: -ton Kelly!: O raM 'orman Rudolph : f r the 1t43Li: H:< off.-e it> .r'
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