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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 29, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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15 Year Old Negro Held II I I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH









On Lawtey Rape ChargeA : _ :: Official County Publication Established In 1S79

VOLUME SEVENTY-FOUR; SfTKKE '
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15 year old Lawtey negro boy was held in the Bradford County jail Thursday after w. E. DOWLING CASE

sheriff's officials captured him at 3:30: a.m. as the negro that entered the bedroom of a ihJ County To Head

Lawtey housewife at 12:15 a.m. the same morning while her husband was out of town.

Joseph Perkins, known as "Papadoodle" was charged with breaking and entering and I --

attempted rape in connection with his entering the home of Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish Bank Seeks W.E/s Assets Meet For Lakes Over

just west of the railroad tracks in Lawtey. ,
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this Sewell He morning signed after questioning a with confession deputy in early Cecil the I 5 1-2 Ft Rattler Killed I! 10 Satisfy JudgmentW. Labor Day Holiday


I I New
county jail, admitting he enteredthe 1iL T I vu thuv-du! ,
t I liH r : lvArekeud
Parrish'1 I Off Kingsley DockA E. (Billy) Dowling, the Starke used car dealer who '
home and Mrs. bfguis S.itunid\_ I: '
was closed out by the U. Marshall la March for financial I
room with the intent of rape. ill i1tand count>" residents: v '
irregularities is scheduled to
5 1-2 ft. diamondback rat. in over a month. and only the I appear in Circuit Court Wednesday expected to take to thmii.. ,
In his confession, Perkins, whc Sept. 3 to tell he r'c
why cannot show
:
his financial
tie snake in lake .
slowly glided throughthe second many years. fronts for a leisure t ti I -. '
has been a suspect in other breaking I files and records to the Creditors Bill BUS
in Lawtey water in Kingsley Lake in Although Kiivjsley Lake hasa hearing now in prog- in swimming boating and1: "
and entering cases t
I rcCircuit;;
front of the S. R. Johns Jr. few snakes, ?r. Johns' father-I i ing

area. said he left his home about hi dock where Mr. and Mrs. T. H. in-law, Mr. J. H. Ritch, and Court Judge John A. H. I he would permit officers of the I : All city and counton.t", <',j
10 that night and went to will I Ii
I Slade's two little girls were Mr. Richard Long were fishing Murphree preside over the Florida Bank to inspect the Will be closed Mond.u!

brother-in-law's house. After swimming. I j last month on the lake (i Gainesville hearing that afternoon I records in place of Knight, The Florida Bank at Start '
visiting. he went to Artie Tom Profs f
Flora and Susan eight and I when a rattler of the same size; Dowling was summoned to court I Howling Sr. said he would allow and rost Offices throughout !'h-
king place and ran into a friend, by Judge Murphree's decree following Keady to begin first teaching ain.ment; .
10 years. respectively noticed tried to climb aboard but was the officers to check his records if t ,'tint) will also be closed HUMeer. I
Sammy J. Brown. He and Brown the of the Florida. left to riftht art' Mrs \nna lIinl.lt'Ii. \
request
the snake. thought somebody I killed by the two men. his son Dowling. Jr. was satisfied j the mail will be p-it ill'i
took Sammy's girl friend home. ) .. K\al: n Miller third
Bank MISH
ought to chase it away and in : by at Starke's counsel, L. William with the offer.Following > gradean>f i- usual
and then Brown dropped Perkingin : One theory expounded Graham, of the Lazonby.Dell JO.H' llolton, highhool Not I'll a few moments had acquiredthe a The retail Merchants DIM.onthe
questioning session
downtown Lawtey. Johns as to Uje snake's present I.'Ir.... .
attention of Mr. Johns. I Graham & Mills firm of with W. E. Dowling. the plaint'asked Jerry Silva, music Starke Chamber of i'om
Perkins said he disrobed all but is the blasting at HumphieysGold Gainesville.
The two girls nonchalantlygot that the hearing be adjourn. "I''t' has decreed Labor IHv:
at log cabin house not Corp. vibrates the earth Graham asked Dowling duringa
his shorts a
out of the water with little ed until the next meeting SOme- ime of five days selected dmj i
far from the Parrish home. Then and sends the snakes on the recent hearing to submit h\s\
knowledge of the terror that time between Sept. 8 and 16 fol. : thtl al as "closed all du 1
he entered the Parrish home move from their holes. Also financial records, and Dowling ie- the J:dav.s
lowing
was swimming as close as 10-15 Sept. 3 court session
the front door, and the Camp Blanding rehabilitation fused. After appealing to the ,
through ft. frbm them. The Florida Hank at Sta 'ke was Hut for a few drug -:t.iioM.iuiants. -

turned on the lights in the first may have ousted many of Circuit Court on a Rule to Show awarded the judgnwnt -4 *.. .' : gas: station liu
n\ fudge
bedroom where Mrs. Parrish' The snake. as if directed toward the snakes from their homes. Cause, Murphree ruled that Dowl. Murphree last t ure houses all other Imsi 1
April berause
of the
I I
the stepladder
children were sleeping. From ing should appear to explain why
two I $17,802.50 worth inactivity$ m the counts ui I !
of
swim- ( the' light he could see Mrs. Par I' dock by instinct kept where Keystone Gets First he shouldn't show the records.If by Dowling and transacted 7 ,..... .\k.> a one-day brl'ak.Ilnly .

next room and he entered I ming toward the place Dowling i is ordered to display ....
rish in the through the bank ... real activitin the i mnu
I the gills left the water. WaitIng Full-Time w.'ir''uSed to .
into her room. ;i for the reptile was Mr. Cop records of the Dowling Auto Sale be cashed by General Finance -... will be football practue t 11I

Mrs. Parrish awoke, turned on and his personal transactions. the: .4 I the BUS Tornadoe, and ,o( tlu-
I Johns with a loaded .38 cal. '! Keystone Heights named it? Corp. of Illinois a group haikingDWling's -
the lights, and screamed for helpj: Creditors Bill hearing which started I 1 several school teachers ionplf'ing '
I I first full-time policeman thi car financing prigiamThe ;1 LI
and the negro fled as Lawtey pistol. la.t Aug. 22, is expected tc balance ,.,' -1; iJ :: last minute details foi in-
I I few shots missed, month following a series of rob is com prised $ !i.3 j
Police Chief Dick Thomas came The first i come to a conclusion one way or interest 42 opening of school Tut sd,1 I Th.-
and $436 costs .
beries in local .toies.The -
snake started coming i i I
I and the the other. football\ team plans to hold ,i1-
up. Dowling. who at that t tm. had C
right up the ladder.It I Town Council named W. J The hearings have been held tc 1 i "I first! ('onta'tcrimma t> MUM
two Eloodhounds, balance of I
After acquiring a $27,000 on deposit in I
and opened its mouth as if to i Dermody of Lake Geneva as police discover what if any. assets ; day night on the local fieldKingsley
Thomas I the
bank
from the state farm asked the bank toi
Sewell plus half a dozen other,I say hello to the gun pointing !i chief. He began his one year Dowling has so that the judge : charge the sums sued! jm .11. 'I.'I i< ;: Beach and Stink i I
.7 above it. the snake received a ment of $18,371.50 awarded the New to liHS men formed a posse. They found term Aug. 12. Mr. Dermody is duct it from his account
burst of fire from Johns, sending 1 Florida Bank at Starke by Judge 'I Mrs. Melba S. Purlin, and Miss ()na Demorest be jammed with ti..O: I''iui '< ,
the young negro in his home a the lake.A former mayor and police chief of I I The bank answered u. ,"mi-
slithering into April 23 be satisfied. -
it Murphiee may usual
where he wa that I i-
few hours later the $27.000 on dtp"si' uiu
the Johns Opa-Locka, just north of Miami : i I | r
be negro gardener on 1 It I It von ha\e to dm i' i >I"
taken into custody and placed be needed to .
apply on i ft >I' ,1'o
I property helped Johns finish announced Town Clerk C. H. The second of the hearings was weekend. the :N': ill t, ,!n! i
in the county jail. contract, .
hind bars handled hth. hni< -or
husband was oa off the snake, which had sixrattles. Haberstioh. held Wednesday afternoon in the t i __I. ritv I Council advisesni I \ ''I>
Mrs. Parrish's Ikwling and the mutt I >I' n.-rpd .
I ,,
Bradford County court house, F rr i .u ffulh and don t h.. on I! .'
his way from Wilmington, N. C., Scales Grocery and Wally ).tuhl.hofer's the judgement not t. hi :.. n mlI "
It is believed the diamond- where E. J. Dowling Sr.. father inideiit statistic: The (Cum
wheth e incident occured. Jewelry store were robbed i of the funds.
Sewell said Perkins will! back, one of the most poisonous .>f the: t'efendent.' n.l 1 th.: II..ft>nd. t ..I I aid there would he .'ii'deathi ,

Deputy further snakes in the world. is the first during the past few months with ent.t're questioned by Gvihani. 1!t Since then the hank /n.is ied ton during the ho1 di\1
the jail pending
be held in
the lake estimated at total of 3.000 ( to discover any of IViulnit, ; asjets -
Moss a
in
notice from the state's attorney. to have been seen E. J. Dowling Jr.. son of D AV- ?
in order
to tha'
satisfy .'lIdg-
ing Sr. and .brother of the d.nVndant. Methodist Church
t. I
men

X hearing., was unable His to counsel appear George t the Counsel for the defendant The Ri-\ Thomas C M.t.b, i'

1,405 Get Rays Dandelake of Jacksonville .,ai,l h? 1 E. Dowling is T. J. Jennings Jr. .. 'I pastor of the FIrstt.: > Uu>iii'"
; 4'Pularllld ........- ,
was under a doctor's care and sick: of Green Cove Springs E J. ip- Church of Starke. will be ,m *..1

with the virus. ?,.._ .. I I Dowling. Sr. was accompanied by I pulpit again Sunday, Au!;uM' "\

counsel George Dandelake Wed I with his famiir
During Wednesday's heirin J --- | after being away
I'I nesday. -*.... I K. l on vacation trip through the
Below 1949 Total Graham questioned E. J. DowlinT: I # [ l- lIl1utc' Ph 'taoby the Telegraph -
New England States. Mr. Mil
5:-. about financial connettio. I Asisting Graham was Lester
with his son W. E. Dowling. I I Sanders, Special representativefor The four men aho\e are recent additions to the BuS staff of nearly chell will preach Sunday morningat

:59 II1f' llJt>r... They' are (left to right > Oliver K. lhike1)anicl I. o'clock the subject .o. mi
.. the Florida Group of Banks, U on
_. __ .W'I DowlLng Sr., vice-president of
After giving x-Kays to ,some I ;i--4..! --l,! I-: Dowling :Motor Sales, Inc., refused -I the organization controlling the Becker, L. K. Olson, Jr., and James }'atra)' : Fathers Work To Do"

1,<<15 individuals in Lawtey and -
\ oj" I Florida Bank at Starke
.. an offer to allow Hollis V.
_
Starke the State Health Depart. '-S .t
Knight. appointed receiver in the Also present during Wednesday -
ment mobile unit traveUed to : r- % BHS Tornadoes Don Pads For First
Brcoker Thursday and is in Hampton L" case by the court to examine his i two-hour hearing was A M

financial records Foote. Jr. representing the t' S
today. Check ..
After being asked by Graham if Marshal-! office of Jacksonville
.
The unit will be in Reno Saturday

and Lincoln City Tuesday. ':41 Grid Scrimmage Monday Afternoon

Some 2,295 X-Rays were givenin $ -- :.
.,: He Sweeps While
Bradford County during to r
the polio scare in 1949. and to That : : Toach James Hohb.s' 19.VJ:! cdi brnki'n, olldi' hoc dunns thr tnt t reluming l-t tt I-mien i ....'1"

date this year'd X-Ray rate i? turn of the BHS Tornadoes .ar lIa"r; ( f piartut1 when he Mi ir tackle: BobbCrews

is the heduled for their' first dress: ihearsal >' <'II.. ot the s.t.\ lust lilts dot itig a Thomas and! ..:.1\\ III l'ie .'
d<>wn. However it expected Starke
outlaying white and colored I Sleeps of the season Monday at hI''ekiiig di ill ht>"-11 doing thc punting '1 ,,' t 1'10

towns will boost total abm.tthe ; 3 p.m. as the local gnddei don Mai-tin continued' piartuv the team during praetn
'
1949 mark. I the pads for the firat scrimmage remainder of th- week unaware'of With an eye on a If* u .
Chest \\tiilr, St.i i-kr sleeps Isaiah I the Farmeis Market with his I I '"ad'.
of the season.! who have never seen action
About 80 per cent of the persons I his condition but was sent for
.
Hardenbrook sweepTht \oungest son :ami his .
; peddles own
through his assistant i I'.a<
Whipping into shape Hobbs and
receiving an X-ray had blood I i X-rays later in the week by Coach
61veaiold ciU emplo\er bicycle to w.ik "I just don't likean it
tests made also, said Doyle E. I calisthenics pass and running Hobbs for examination The findings Harold Hazelwood ann/tlllI'
hii.t t >'i loneljob! of leaning Cal! automobile. I like bike" he
Conner publicity chairman for the my plays during the past two weeks showed he had a bad break none of the position ate till i
St i 11 Stalling Grocery tc
in explained
local campaign against tubercu CitizenI the East Florida Conference squad and he is definitely lost for the
one block west 01 Temple Ave Hardenbrook has been keeping I gets down to serious contact yet.The local team goes n-' '
losis and diabetes detection. opening season game Sept. 1? .
aiii '"tit bin k nn either side of Starke's downtown streets clear to the :
slit
workouts Monday.Under formation then \ t -
Conner said the Health Department here against Leesburg. and possiI
Call mi Thomas. Walnut. an was very satisfied with the I a Florida High bly for the second tilt with Sea- Dame box l'llh" i IIL:
fotnt Sts each morningNo the with I I ., .. ,
I citizenry high fo' '
showing in Starke and Lawtey I Athletic Association ruling I breeze Sept. 25. left It IS One

Ralney weather trimmed the crowd I Here's a scene of acthities around the State Board "-: I don't mind sweeping by swept streets the morning after. school football players may not begin I in the state t I", ,I' sin< i, i I'
'tustlf at night. I just like myjob lie explained his routine a? Possible fill-ins for Martin arc
a little at Lawtey. but it is believed I of Health mobile IInit* when hundreds took\ I the \- contact work until Sept. 1. Tom who fensive formation.
lots. said the blue denim McClane. a junior drop ,
a sweeping half the route one morning been 1 '
and the BuS eleven has Workmen put up w X"1 "
blood tests.Mis. .
those that missed gettingthe ray. and I
out in the middle of the
tests came in to Starke whea I clad worker. and) getting the other haJf the ( working out in shorts and sweat ped year Wednesday afternoon uni,( ,
last because of
season an injury
"In fact." he added "I ain't sup. next day. The only section he shirts. field turf i is in good shape
Glen Duke. Mrs
the unit was there. [ Guy An- Torode. Mrs. L. F. Dnikm.-s, Mis I and Delano Thomas aid Ronald .
Volunteer workers on the pro. d't'\\'S. Mis J. R litf'Irs.. C. EiHernwall. Clifford Hazen. itis. A. \'. Cov- posed to get down here until 4 sweeps daily is the Walnut St I I The some 4.1) candidates were Patray. 1 I The team members r. I'

ject during Saturday Tue.lday.and .Ii Miss Mary Sue Epper- nington. Mrs Tom Slade, Mrs .1 o'clock but I like to take my time one block, in either direction from bolstered this week by the return : their physical exams t h. 'II

Wednesday were: Miss Idell son Mrs. Berthi Pearce, Mrs. ''R. Wainwright, Mrs.V.. E. sweeping so's I usually get down Call St.This !1 to practice of four lettermen The returning lettermen from from Dr Calvin Houpt., < ,of'

Landrum. Mrs. L. N. Pickering. IVivid Montgomery Mrs[ Pauline Dowling. and: Ben Suslow.! : here around 2:30: or 3 a.m." week he was plagued with while at the same time lost the the 1951 eleven who reported for. team manager Wiley Ciir.'

Hardenbrook. father! of four his main nemesis sand from | services of its most experienced I the first time since practice began Although Leesburg h.j ,

: WCTT TO MEETThe sons, two of which are in the Temple Ave and when the sand'f I quartet back until the second gameof Aug IK are Earl Alvarez only one gam* a season '" \I

Keystone Heights Property Tax Army. and two daughters, is a wet. you just can't sweep he !said the seasonRandv senior guard. Billy Weldon. senior past three years, th. ,
Laura Scott Union .)f th'Oflh''S ,' center and barks ./Jacksonsophomop
former shipyard worker whr When Hardt-nbrook finisher Martin. 'senior letterman Sidney Floiida team has IT !1"1.[

'I \\ Christian Temperar.i\' iiiov*-i tn Bradford Counts about sweeping at ",:30 each moininghe and potential siuressoto thc -. and WaVne Dougla.i a lettermen and Coach H<.'nt" .

Squabble Squashed This Week .I I Union will meet! 11its regul.n" 'iveeais ago ]oin-i I the trash truck with other sign,il (':alhii"! slut! was discovered junior preasd [)t-.-'''imI.m toward; "., ,r
session Fndaat :3 .
,j 1'.111l1umpnrl'"s > M,. h\es on Highw.u;: "iiH neat; i Continued on page eight i !l'is': Fr? I 1.1 i.t V t'i have: received a ()III\! 1.'r',111, 'iy h/d..II': i! i 1 'h. ari.Aflgc."-
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Peace and quiet has returnedt Nine of the protesting! taxpayer?

Keystone Height the Clay went so far as to hire au attorney Record Number EntriesIn

County garden spot that boasts of from Green Cove Springs with a I Humphreys Employees Start Club

being Florida's most beautiful view to starting i injuction proceedings -

municipality among the 60 lake unless the Council reversed n. . 5th Feeder Calf SaleThe
uow corporation -' Pln'rtor.,. tI" "ffll'l' W J Si
itself. Mansof those I' iinai T''vlr{ K"xIn Pte4i1tt' i" it and
!and hills! of the Trail Ridge sec protesting
,:239 ;alai led employees have form d Jut\ ... '
maintained that the th' 'I' !' i Ear I \ \ ."'-jnesident! >' 'tIT"!! ppidut tion! supfrintendent
tion. higher
in vie\r levywas j the Trail Ridge Social) and Keorev fioni thc i uni-n'! >' '111' June: mill ar..a \ Fl. --i,. secretarP"iur \ F: \. Whittle office. Don Page Fifth Annual! Flondi 1 Feeder ,s aruJ!! }H'r'd f : ;11. i .
The community had been thrown unnecessary of the Calf Sale to b.. !heading of the < attle '
tiona! Club. a that u '. appears ing so jcr1"1- "
fact group plans l' 1-\: mos Carlton. wet mill:
into somewhat of a turmoil when that the town had a S6.SOC j r : for a r'cord mimbei of entn be .... ,
jid!
provide mote unity th I '. or noii i ;an: : s( i
.
among q :Nipper zinron mill: PaulB.
the Town Council. with an eye tc N'o surplus one had on hand as of June 30. I workers on the titanium plant ar.J L. gL ...* mining, and Joe Norman. :'from Brahman. Angus and lie,- the attiactixpri, of th.. i .

the future needs of paving and presented a petition civil} social f '. '!ford breeds when the lust sail regiv'ered cattle will be '
instigate
requesting additional and projects o.a r.if.:;" all elected to two- I

other improvements boosted assessments Council was paving. sc i t Thus far the :group has acquire-! : : 111 ,pa, ',11on! the Board of Di i;opens Sept. 3, at the Oainesvilli The f. :,' !G Ipublicize. i

of nou-exempt property overstepping it authority an account with the Henry .1 t' i .... Live Stock Market at 1 p m .( fir c.i'
in levying taxes for this tj: : 1-.1be
on the new tax roll to a point ? t ., -' ,
.
'Thomas Memorial Blood Bank ir.i Du to the unusually large dufers '.f t'1 1 '
A th the club has
the
purpose. protesters declared. ; only
: I .
where Keystone taxpayers would i'Gainesville. The *r-n will donatt- ; : :: *, be i oppratiosine* Aug 1. it number of cittle brought to the southt'asr..r', 111"I, t -

hive paid a total of $6.700; in real! Council meti hers felt the town blood been divided ,. '
their to be used as need,' ; t? I- sale last year it had ward as ff "i'iveara .a'H
estate and personal taxed for the wa* already spending hundreds of by W01 ker ;4 haii. i omplishPd many projects4Mrt into three sections with a special! pii'e ,,' ', i 'to ",
k
flew yearan: increase of around dollars annually in 'craping; anc'jthen..i They have purchased two Coke ,% ...; .. .-, m- signed 70 men into memb day' -et aside for each breed Sale per pou n:'I a'- anis ....

50 per cent over the 1951 total of trying to maintain itr .., machines :and plan other concessions ; rshipTh'ir of the Angus will be held on Sept hoped for II.'. r :t.. <--f w
amd-cla streets and dues are 25 cents a month.md .
$1.195.In ) that it.
breed
Other plans are to set uj '. 10. and sale of the Hereford Strickland said
would be wiser in the the money would towardsirdship ?
long tc go
making up the new tax roll run a credit union and begin an S. will be Sept. 12 From the Staike arf ,1 '.
pave additional streets and thu .-- rues among the em-
the Keystone assessor had been team bowling league at Kingslev ; Co> Strickland. heading up the calves! have been con.. /r. i
eliminate this :> \*>*"5 both white and negro.
instructed to place a valuation of expense.However ,. Lake the latter to be: in operation sale for the Gainesville Chamber' Mr Doyle F.. f'onmr. F V, -

1O.) per cent on all property and in view of the widespread during the winter. .... j nnti then, towards social gather. of Commerce. pointed out that man, .Ir W M Edw .!
ugv. ,'huh' Fox said they hope<<
then for taxing purposes use SO dissatisfaction over the E. R. Fox. president of th- '. this is one of the first Brahman Felix Sapp.Currie .

per cent of this figure. When the new levy the Council. at a meeting group. of Keystone Heights. an ", t. .\ .. !to ha-.v at least one or two per feeder calf sales fiver held is thy i i
; month
Ux statements were delivered held August 25. decided that. e'ectriciu. lineman, said they may .,:, Southeastern United States, and To Build

protests were loud and long. with the exception of where ma. : sponsor the annual company pieniC t.t...j Fox said they planned to have including all breed the largest ,,

Official complaints in writingwere terial improvements had been math and a turkey shoot around 1 << *'. .cci-1 two general) meetings each year feeder calf sale m Flori, i. i I 1 Clifford L. Currie was "f ..

registered to property.. or where there were time. .. .- for all the employees. .
by 58 of thto.O.8 Thanksgiving '
for '
< id I Minute P'vto Ij> -h'f" graph. Last year. Strickland said, buyeT" fify building permit I I. -
190-plus taxpayers. At 3 obvious inequalities in the 1951 The officers of the club were The TP.SR club wished to thankH
from 12 of the tion of a home of concrf-t.- win
Six i of the 10 officers were present
of the I-farmed
meeting held August 12. protests assessments "the tax roll for the elected through a June primarynominating Trail Ridge Social and L Morgan Jr.. Du Poat repres'ntative Southeastern states and indication Starke Heights Aug 'it

were vigorous and debate se year 1952 be adjusted to conform ', election whereby pac!- Recreation C'lub. the Humphreys Gold Corp. emplojee" group stand at the Humphreys plant are that there will be an cording to records in 'n,- '
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loud and long that Council finally to the 1951 roU.. In other words. of the six safety flag areas of on the steps of the du Pont office- at the plant. deff to right Don W M. Beam standards representation this 'Year Hill.
engineer. equal
adjourned with the matter still matters were fight back where operation on the plant named LaZe. member of the Board: E. R. Fox,, president; E V. Whittle,
and E. C. Wichel I Jr., plant superintendent The requirements of the sale state {I II Currie's stnv .' t<, -
unsettled, and another neetin* they started from.Continued j men to the three offices' and member of the Board: anal Vic Frees, secretary. Behind them standsleft ,
set
for their cooperation tc no bulls will b* sold and the story inpa.ir' 'x22: t
scheduled for August 13. the Board of ( to rightJ) < Norman and \V. J. of
on eight> representative to r Siprelle. member the B ard. '
300
( page ; t-et up the workers club. ting of a minimum weight of placed cost oi ,,.....ru. '

:Ihs. '"r Brahman and, 200 lbs for $f4,.500.r .












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TWO BRADFORD COr; TELEGRAPH, STAKKE, FLORIDA
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FRIDAY. .AtT.I.sT: |I". '

BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS I, Nice Work If You Can Get ItE I re is part of the five benefits I has not received sufficient forms.1300[ veterans in Bradford "
'1,.
i veterans of service on or after I and information from Washington. I''eligible
for these
COUNTY EDITOR J ;lit' 3.: 1950 are eligible to reI I\ Thomas said it would be another benet-!:

VIEWPOINT tTELEGRAI'II E two or three weelu before h(
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Ike Couldn't Do It AloneIt i'r
: LABOR
nl'I I DAY SALE

is refreshing to find that both Dwight Although Eisenhower agrees, and the

publican platform, d..aling1th social security \
D. Eisenhower and Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson
favors expanding the coverage for old-
have the faculty in common of saying what _.. 0' 'f' .
'" '
age and survivors insurance, we seem to remember I \ """ '

they think and political expediency be that the 80th (Republican) Congress I ,,

hanged Notably on the subjects of Korea took some 500,000 persons off the social

and corruption in government, both candi- security rolls. And this month the Republicans
proclaimed their support for the Point ::::::.
dates have said things that must have been ::::::
Four program which, in 1950; threefourthsof I =
most to the professional politicians
annoying
the Republican senators oppw"'ed. ;...---

in their camps but which fall on the ears of General Eisenhower speaks of winning a

tired voters like a bit of refreshing music. just and lasting peace secured bthe I -

"The Saturday Evening Post" and a num- strength of the free wont) and we believe! :::;

ber of other Republician publications that he means it. Presumably, that is an en '

have been trying to make an issue of the dorsement of the United Nations and other ; /'

Korean war were made most unhappy by measures of collective security which the ft ///,; -

General Eisenhower last week. While the general has explicitely endorsed on various I qt \NTrn KIGIITS KKsnui; : : > Prices
Foal(; 1 Thru Sat, ,
\u u
ink was hardly dry on the Post's editorial other occasions. But what of the Republican --::--

saying that Governor Stevenson "will haveto Senators who have consistently opposed the I i

defend the war in Korea," General Eisen- United Nations and other efforts at collective -, i'r : TUNA Star-Kist Can

hower was making a statement that the security? What of the still power- I 29C

North Korean invasion of South Korea left ful isolationist-wing of the party headed by I

the United States no choice but to fight, Senator Taft? How far would they permit II

and that matters might now be much worseif Eisenhower, as president, to go along with i I .,lThe I I Lbs. with $5.00 Groc. Order

this course had not been followed. Thus collective security? j i -- I! S SUGAR 5 3SC

did Eisenhower indicate that he will not The GOP platform this4 year advocates liapptot people at \\mk. In Florida during the hot summrr days
I are the! beautiful mmnaids at Vlrrki; Wai hce Springs. where the
frytatrlrarv
support the pre-convention charges of some commodity loans for agriculture and Eisen- .. aUa 74 :
% are ) tirgrrei.; Here I IM a rrrtnl picture ol part ol the under .
Republicians that President Truman deliberately hower said at Kansas City that if he were 'I vatcr ballet routine Itf-my! !performed !bv (roger: Stanley of Wallialla. S I .
provoked the Korean war for elected there would be no tampering with and I'eggy :Normile of Km h.-I..r. N. 1 \ISS :Nornnle, ., the mermaidstipemsr S SPRY Lb. Can
al \Wk %a. lire and iram-> all the mermaidi. for the 3 19CFor
political purposes. He has effectively removed the price support law. We are sure the I underwater '!iov >. amanng O

from the campaign the rabblerousing General is sincere. But what are farmers I ,I

phrase "Truman's War" and in doingso to think when they remember that last year I and children Gladys, Edwin W. Bobby of Miami are usitmg Mrs I

has raised; the ethics of the campaign an- nearly all Senate l Republicans and more than I H. and Emily spent Monday in I Gordson's parents Mi and! Mr.I I j

other notch.Governor. half the House Republicans voted againstan Gainesville.Mr. C. A. Cox. that Labor Day PicnicCOCACOLAS DONALD DUCK

Stevenson's remarks concerningthe increase in the Commodity Credit Corporation -I I and Mrs. James Broome and I Mr. and Mrs. V. B 1 Kigdun. uu1'

"mess Washingtton" likewise indicate borrowing authority? I family of Orlando, and Mr. and sons of Miami and Mr and Mrs t

that he is not going to be cajoled by party The Republican platform sas the party Mrs. Arnold Hallock of Jacksonville P. M. Boothby also of Miami anr1

loyalty into a "hear no evil, see no evil, !stands' for crop insurance, but this year and visited their parents, Mr.j Gainesville spent part of the weekend I ORANGE JUICE

speak no evil" attitude. He is willing to in 19.>1 the majority of Republican senators and Mrs. Dan Johnson Sunday and' with the CoxV
voted to cut funds for insurance ad- attended services at the Daptist
acknowledge that there are instances of crop Ctn. of Six
graft, corruption and waste in Washingtonjust ministration.Ihe church. I i \\ooi>iaitnisT 13C
Republican platform promises an ev- I Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bloss of cin'Kni or LA\\TK\ 46-
( as there have been since the foundingof i Plus/ oz can 2C
Miuled soil conser\ation but on tht"la..t Lake Butler and :Mr. and Mrs.Elmer Dep. 17'
| program
I
I
the Republic) and his refusal to "whitewash" The pastor is happy (to .t mi. ur> <'"
Lewis and daughter Wanda
or close his eyes to these things indicates opportunity to demonstrate their attitudeon I I that the regular Union II'd tmn <>ti :
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
that he will take a forthright stand the subject practically four-fifths of thl'I I: Mrs. U. D. Dyal. i I the Baptist Missionary!! .\>''''14. ia: I ...
against them and attempt} to eliminate themas Republicans in the Senateoted to curtailthe ;I lion of Florida will i onvene, h.!', Maxwell -
HouseCOFFEE
I Mr. and-3frs. T. L. Gilmarten .
soil conservation votinto, cat '
far as is humanely possible Few voters program ; i I entertalnillg this fifth weekend. Ser"u es bei
conservation funds from $280,000,000) ) to 'I are a party of friends i gin Friday night at 8 oYl.nk. ,UK'j '
are so naive as to think that these evils can from Georgia this week. I Lb. Can
be eradicated merely by a change in political 13000000. j I Saturday morning at 11'I'k\ 83CFor
parties. General Eisenhower says that "Americans.! Mrs. A. P. Wadswoi-th is spending I J 1 continuing all daA. ba'k-t dinner '

of all parties have now accepted, and will i the week in Bunnell with her and supper will be ,eR"rd at
Thus we have only admiration for both son Buddy and wife. I
men and their refusal to let political expediency forever llpport"social gains. And that i is !I the church. Sunday servne.wil1 the Cleanest Clothes in Town
Mr. and Mrs John Hammond begin with Sunday School! at K\
the instance
only in which we are forced to
color their and their
opinions, but thinking General Eisenhower's expressed disagree with General Eisenhower. Thereis and Crystal laughter Lake were Ruth Sunday Seaile dinner, of,, a.m.o'clock.followed Sunday by e'enlng51 preaching at\:1':. 11- TB I IDE I E Large Box

an element within his own party or at 27CDonald
"middle of the road" tactics causing
are guests of Mr. llammond's parents: 'begin at 7:30: p.m. Everyone i- I
least the with which he decidedto
party finally
considerable unrest and discontent in hisparty's Mr. and Mrs.[ Wm. \\'. Hammond.Waltei cordially invited to attend!!. .\ (i
cast his lot that does not want these I
Some of the more politically-
camp. Griffin and W. H. Fly nn. supply pastor
. minded GOP's insist that the party can't social gains or any other gains that inureto I Maxwell were in Jacksonville !I I DuckMAYONNAISE

win "me-too" and urging the benefit of the common mass of Amer- Monday afternoon. Mr. Griffin
on a platform are I i Payment Blanks For
the General to come out slugging ican people This i is the element that brands Slaved for an extended visit with E Quart

denouncing and attacking the Democratic such social gains as "socialism" and would, I hjs ol\.Pt"cy; and wife. I Vets At Co. Office 49C

Party and all it stands for. if they had their way, roll back the time- Mis. Fredrick'Yl'rmann and I
clock to that benighted era of more than daughters\ Paulette and Freda of Mustering out payment application -
It is hard to see, however, how a man ofEisenhower's
admitted sincerity and integrity twenty years ago when the wealth of the Los Angles. Calif., were recent blanks are available for II I I Distinctive Flavor

country was concentrated in the hands of a guests of Mrs.[ W. H. Maxwell. veterans eligible for the Korea GIr
abandon his convictions and r
can
favored few They were on their way to Miami ; Bill of Rights, according to A. J ASTOR COFFEE Pound
I 7QC
campaign on such biased basis as the
any
GOP politicoes would wish. 'an the Republican Party takeh.. credit I and Key West, and hope to visit i Thomas Jr. County Service officer I
the Bahamas tc
before
for any of the "social gains": made during the returning
In his "middle of the road" speech last .
pat twenty If the has advanced the West Coast.
party
said thin middle years The out
week Elsenhower way mustering payment pro Free
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskins Ice Tea Glass With
one n..tnl'th't" idea along this line,
today starts off with certain very definiteResumptions. and children Jimmy and Tommvof
we don't Know what It I."t"t now, because -
It 8.tumf'that all Americans Palatka spent Monday with %-Lb.
elie\e, General KNenhower:
they as ASTOR
TEA
of all parties have now accepted, and'willforeer Mrs. Ena Nazworth and Mr and 47CSave
says, that American\ people have accepted you areplanning
support, "hatt'I call social gainsThe Mrs. Charlie Alvaiez Jimmy remained
these gains and will never give them theGOP I
security that people are entitled to in up for a few days with his
has embraced the I
their old age: and to make certain they are reluctantly program.They grandmother Mrs. Nazworth on "Dixie Darling"
adequately cured for, insurince against unemployment haw even, for political e\j>ediency, Mr. and Mis. J. B. Forsyth, son a new II I
nominated a man with liberal leanings, because Leeston and Vernon and Mr and I
for Family Style Loaf
equal opportunities everybody
home B
.
they despaired of ever again electing areactionary I READ
regardless of rare, religion, where he.was Mrs. Joan Knight and son attended I j, 11C
such as; Senator Taft. They a birthday dinner in Lake Butler NN
born, or what is his national origin. I i
of
hap|>ened to get a good man one who I Sunday honoring Ernie South I Ierlint' or any other type
If this is not endorsement of the social I .
an could hate campaigned: as readily as a Democrat brother-in-law of Mrs call '
Fla.
building on us Ga.
reforms inaugurated by President Roosevelt as be could as a Republican RUT I Forsyth. or Shipt Gr. 'A' Dressed and Drawn

and carried on by the Democratic party (the Sf>4 question) can the Republican I:. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Norman I Whole lb.

for the past twenty years, we would like to )'arty under the leadership uf Kisenhower: be ] daughter Earlena. and Mia McMURTRY FRYERS F E S 55C Cut-up lb. 59Cu.

know what it is. Indeed General Eisenhower : counted on to reverse itself completely' and din <> Joanne Mess were Sunday guests
has gone even farther along the road of Mr. and Mrs. T. Tomlinson at
hinit
t the future the many t : nnprllmi"f""
of social reform i designed Lake Butler. BUILDERSKeystone
advocating "legislation
and which! it has so bitterly opposed in the I S. Grade Good Beef
i l to lighten the burden of high cost of )paMiracles IIAVK: happened but a Mrs. Evelyn Fensler and daught'r I Baby
l living senior citizens'" Thi"a interpreted ; Barbara Joan. Mr and Mr< ; Heights t Fla.
on our ; '
switcberoo of that magnitude is n little too Lb.
David McMahon and Davey :; CHOCK
to mean that Eisenhower proposes much tllJI.'t of any one man. soil ROAST S 59cu.
increased of Ft'Iyl.'rs, arrived Sunday nightfor '
old-age assistance ESTIMATES
: \ paymentsunder : told ( I
We are constantly being by newspapers
a weeks visit with Mr and '
the Social Security laws.: CIIKEKFU.LY UYEN
Would
and other publications that Mis Donald McMahone and Mi t I
We believe that the General is sincere in have it so) that many Democrats in Florida'and and Mrs. M. L. Wattt'rsonElmt'r S. Grade Good Baby Beef

his endorsement of the great Democratic other Southern states are going to vote ,, Gay of Orlando was a 1'IIOXI.:
social reforms ,and the J this Our comment is : the J Iii- .-.TONE 3581; 1 DAY Lb.
even Repuiilican Republican, year.< only supper guest of W Hnrnt'Friday ROOND. STEAK S
platform pays lip service to much of the that those who have any such intention! evening James H<>rm KEY:>TONK: 2J51 NIGHT( 85C

Roosevelt-developed program, but what of should do an awful lot of soulsearchingbefore ,. accompanied him to Dunnellot!, till< - "
the Republican members of Congress Senator aligning themselves with the party I the weekend.H. ., .. 'c. -

Taft and others to whom Eisenhower that has: offered nothing constructive itself, I V. Saxon of Poinpan< i- U. S. Grade Good Baby Beef

must look. if elected, to implement the legislation while opposing every "social gain" advancedby visiting his father B. Y. Saxon i

he will need to carry out his; policies? the Democratic Party in the past twenty Marines S-Sgt.stationed Roland Nazworth at Pans I-l.ind<.r the!. Hearing Aids I SIRLOIN L STEAK Lb. 79C

The Republican record speaks for itsef. years. -- -- S. C spent the wl.'t'kend"Ith l.i-

rTYYYTTYYYYYYYYTVYYYYYYYIHAMPTON Frank Brown left Saturday for Hines and sister Fnday mother Mrs Ena \azw" irth AM) I

Miami, where h.- will visit hi?; Mrs. George: Williarrs. enter Mr. and! Mrs Charlie Ali:*-?. SHERBET and SUPERBRAND

brother Gorl,'Weest and family.:I I tamed Sunday at a birthday dinner children Donald. Lam and Chen! Batteries I

Miss Norma Sweeney returned honoring her brother Lee and A L Earlene and Bonnie pts. 1-2 gal.

I'. Mrs. \\ m. \\. 11.unmmId1LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAALAAAAi this week from Abbeville. N. C..'' Wiggins;: of Jacksonville. Attend- : Nazworth were in Palatka Sunday Diabetic Foods I ICE CREAM 3 49C 69C
where she spent the post seven ing were Mr. and Mrs: 11. B. Wig afternoon.

weeks as gills Counsellor at Camp I rins. son Joe. :Mr. and Mrs. \Vil- I Mrs. Gerald Adkin an.dall\ !::!;. :AM I

New Correspondent For Hampton Hen Lippen.Mrs | Hams, son Howell. and the honor ters Louise and Mrs E. }t. Pr' SuppliesSurgical I ---- .- --
Mr. wife and vat' of Starke. attended the
Minnie Johns Who tff' guest Wiggins
:
to
Mrs M t C Sweeney wishes
acknowledge: with deep appreciation Saturday to her sister Mrs L. A.j slaughter Marie. Pnester family reunion in '\\.1' Land O'SunshineBOTTER U. S. 1 Long Island WhitePOTATOES

the splendid maintainanee of Scherou.se; of lfawthm ne. her!i, Mrs. K. B. Wattei>on returned clenny Sunday.
the Hampton news column during; daughter Mis W. P. May and i last \vvek from a two weeks vacation Miss Dorothy Ru.H. ,'n'' Supports
the summer months by Mrs. \Vm.W .' sons Billy and Spencer of Gair.'!sville. ;- in South Hill. Va. Demonstration Agent of :::tikt- !i
Mrs called on Mrs. Wm W Han!-" .'. ANDTrusses
,
Hammond After over nine and her granddaughter I Mr. Crud Mrs Frank Thomas and .
as Hampton correspondent, :r. C. Manning: and family of daughter. Josephine twc Monday.
years I spent
In Ctns. Lb.
Mrs Sweeney i> resigning this Starke.' I days last week in Branford. Demonstration Club 79C Lbs.

post and is happy to announce, MrJ.. L Chancey of Palm i Mrs D. W." Moore of Starkc The Hampton HH-J v Derr')r. 1 10 59C
-tration Club met the Cit\ Hallon
Mrs Hammond a- her most competent |' Beach. Mrs Horace Douglas of I Upent Friday night with her sis Tuesday.; }lis.in. Dorothy Ross We Rent IP Qtrs.
and Mrs.
; Cewge
successor. High Spring
ter. Mrs. T. F Brown.
IVrsonalU' speaking; i ICowtman of Oilindo. spent several -' the Home Demonstration Agent I CrutchesVeterinary
Sealdsweet
Miss Veta Parish of Earleton was unable to attend so the president Orge or Gr'fruit Calif. PascalCELERY
Mrs. Claude May entertainedthe days this week with their
jsnd Charles Snowden of Wildo.I Mrs. Wm. Hammond had
Ladies Council at her hor.e! onWt'dut'sJay sister. Mrs. Jessie Chastain. I'' j I
,
I
called on Mrs. T. F. BroKn Sun
afternoon Aug. 2t). !; Mr. and Mrs Carlton Chastainand :' day. full charge of the meeting Nine 4 cans Stalk
members including JUICE 0 99C
were present Supplies 19C
H. D. May returned !
Mrs
:Mr. and children Sue and Tommy were i Mr. and Mrs. James Picren of too new ones. Mrs G P Wadswon't '
to their i home here Friday shopping in Jacksonville TuesdayMr.
j Gainesville were calling on friends. and Mrs. Wylie Williamson
after spending the summer in and Mrs. B F Finch Sr. of her* Sunday.Mr. make CANOVAPRESCRIPTION !
Ir.e members learned to
Silver Springs Md. St. Petersburg and Mr. and MM. I and Mrs. Emory Brown of
bed sox from \\"ash"ths\ The
Mrs. Nita Johnson has been B. F. Finch, Jr. of Gainesville Waldo entertained at a birthday next meetings project will be CENTER BUY I Household Institute Cook Ware

visiting:: relatives in Macon, Ga.: visited the Naoh Jackson's Satur- j supper Thursday evening honoring Huck Towel embroider all n embers I TODAY

and Ft. Myers. Her granddaugh da.v. I Mr Erown's mother, Mrs T. attend Refreshments (near hospital) will be
are urged to not available after 20
ter. Miss Joanne Singleton, of Ft. Mrs Frank Thomas entertainedher F Brown. Gainesville. Fla. Sept
will: be served
Myt"I' u hei guest ta'useek.. srir.dm'th: Mis Lizzie ,
> llr :and Mrs; Thonit.-:i Johns -- -" --- .
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Ike Couldn't Do It AloneIt I I t I II i LABOR

Ht'I I I I II II II II II DAY SALE
is refreshing to find that both DwightD. Although Eisenhower agrees, and the II

publiran platform, d.a1ingitlt social security I I
II
Eisenhower and Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson
favors expanding the.t'fa e for old I I
have the faculty in common of saying what .,.,._- "'''.-Ii III 'f '.. fI
age and suni ivor, insurance, \\e seem to remember I I """' .
xav ,. ;
they think and political expediency be that the 80th (Republican) Congress 4
Mme
hanged Notably on the subjects of Korea tlHklime 500.000 persons off the social

and corruption in government, both candi- securityrolls.. And this month the Republicans ::s
their support for the 1'oint ;::::::,
proclaimed
dates have said things that must have been :::::::::
Four program which, in 1950, three-fourths I I ===
most annoying to the professional politicians
of the Republican senators OPlw.'tt.General ;...--- i
in their camps but which fall on the! ears of Eisenhower speaks of winning a a

tired voters like a bit of refreshing music. just and lasting peace secured by the c:::

"The Saturday Evening Post" and a num- strength of the free world and we believehe \ I :;:; ww sfNtsi

ber of other Republician publications that means it. Presumably, that is an endorsement I I I

have been trying to make an issue of the of the United Nations and other

Korean war were made most unhappy by measures of collective security which the / /, /lh,:'"

General Eisenhower last week. While the general has explicitely endorsed on various I I Qt \ 'TITItlC IITS KKMRXKl: : : ,rifes Loud; Thru :Sat one. \II\

ink was hardly dry on the Post's editorial other occasions. But what of the Republican I ___ _, _

saying that Governor Stevenson "will haveto Senators who have consistently opposed the ,

defend the war in Korea," General Eisen- United Nations and other efforts at col-I I TUNA Star-Kist/ Can

hower was making a statement that the lective security? What of the still power- 29CS

North Korean invasion of South Korea left ful isolationist-wing of the party headed by I I

the United States no choice but to fight, Senator Taft? How far would they permit w "

and that matters might now be much worseif Eisenhower, as president, to go along with I, Tr -v 1 'T-- Lbs. with $5.00 Groc. Order

this course had not been followed. Thus collective security? I S SUGAR S 35C

did Eisenhower indicate that he will not The GOP platform this year advocates The, Ilal'r'II"1 people at *ork in Florida during these hot summer days
are Ilic I beautiful mermaids at VUeki Wathee' where
Springs, the crystalclearvatrri
support the pre-convention charges of some commodity loans for agriculture and Eisen- ;
arc aUa> 74 ilrgrccs. Here is a recent future of part of the undercater .
Republicians that President Truman de- hower said at Kansas City that if he were I I' liallrt routine irint |>rlormed by (,mRrr Stanley of( Walhalla S. C
liberately provoked the Korean war for elected there would be no tampering with'' and IVjjp Normile of RIII......trr. N. \' Miss Normile ,n the mermaijMi S SPRY 3 Lb. Can
|>eiMs<.r at \\etli V\ai, lire arid tra1lall the mermaids lor the 19C
political purposes. He has effectively re- the price support law. We are sure the I underwaterho*.,. amazing

moved from the campaign/ the rabblerousing General is sincere. But what are farmersto i
I
phrase "Truman's War," and in doingso think when they remember that last year I and children Gladys, Edwin. W. Bobby of Miami are visiting Mrs

has raised the ethics of the campaign an- nearly all Senate Republicans and more than I H. and Emily spent Monday in Gordson's parents Mi and MrsC. V' ,

other notch.Governor. half the House Republicans voted againstan I Gainesville. A. Cox. 1 For that Labor Day Picnic DONALD DUCKCOCACOLAS

Stevenson's! remarks concerning increase in the Commodity Credit Cor- I }Ir. and Mrs. James Broome andfamily Mr and Mrs. \'. B Rigdun nnc1 I

the "mess in Washingtton" likewise indicate poration borrowing authority? j ) of Orlando, and Mr. and sons of Miami and Mr and Mrs i

The Republican platform Ita), the party Mrs. Arnold Hallock of Jacksonville P. M. Boothby also of Miami '
that he is not going to be cajoled by partv I ant:
staniN) for Insurance, but thi. and visited their patents, Mr. ORANGE JUICE
loyalty into a "hear no evil, see no evil, crop sear Gainesville spent part 111't the weekend
in Itt.tl the majority of Republican senators anj' Mrs. Dan Johnson Sunday and' with the Cox'-
speak no, evil" attitude. He is willing to
voted to cut funds for crop insurance ad- attended services at the Baptist : Ctn.
acknowledge that there are instances of church.Mr. of Six
ministration.The I I \\OODLAKM'IIVT;
graft, corruption and waste in Washingtonjust 23C
I and Mrs. W. F. Bloss ofLake CHl'RCII 01' L.tlV'1El': 46- '
Republican platform promises an E'oI'and..d (-
( as there have been since the foundingof I Plus oz can :
soil conservation but on thelast Butler and }fr. and Mrs. : Dep. 17':2C
the. Republic) and his refusal to "white- I program Elmer The pastor is happy to mr,""linn i '
I Lewis and daughter Wanda
their attitudeon
wash" or close his eyes to these things indicates opportunity demonstrate and that the regular Union Meeting\ III i
were Sunday guests ofIr. ;
that he will take a forthright :stand the subje practically four-fifths of theRepublicans Mrs. U. D Dyal. I the Baptist Miasionaiv *sso<'Mtion I -

against; them and attempt to eliminate themas in the Senate Noted to curtailthe I marten of Florida will convene' hen Maxwell HouseCOFFEE ..
Mr. and JIrs T. L. .
soil conservation cot "
program voting to this fifth weekend Services be
far as is humanely possible. Few votersare
naive to think that these evils conservation funds from $280,000,000 to I are entertaining a party of friends gin Friday night at 8 o'clock anc1 i Lb. Can
so as can from Georgia this week.
be eradicated merely by a change in political 5.000,000.: j I I! Saturday morning at 10\. clock F F E E 83C
parties. General Eisenhower says that "Americans Mrs. A. P. Wadswoith j is spends continuing all day A ba -k-'t din

of all have and will j i ing tht't'k in Bunnell with her ner and supper will beerved it
parties now accepted II
Thus we have only! admiration for both 'j, son Buddy and wife. I servicesvil''
forever support" social gains. And that i-: t ', the church. Sunday : For the Cleanest Clothes in
men and their refusal to let political expediency Town
Mr. and Mrs John Hammond begin with Sunday School at 10
the instance in which forced to
only we are
color their thinking and their ex- I and daughter Ruth Searle, of: a.m. followed by preaching at 11
with General Eisenhower. Thereis Box
disagree I Large
pressed opinions, but General Eisenhower's Crystal Lake were Sjnday dinner, o'clock. Sunday evening sei\u" '-' TIDE
an element within his own party or at I 17C
"middle of the road" tactics are causing guests of }Ir. Hammond's parents, begin at 7:30: pm Everyone
least the party with which he finally decided
considerable unrest and discontent in his Mr. and Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond. I cordially invited to attend .\ r;
to cast his lot that does not want these
Some of the more Walter FI
party's camp. politically- Griffin and W. H. .i 'nn. supply pastor
social gains or other gains that inureto I : Donald DuckMAYONNAISE
minded GOP's insist that the party cast any Maxwell were in Jacksonville ,
" win on a "me-too" platform and are urging the benefit of the common mass of Amer- Monday afternoon :'>fr. Griffin j Payment Blanks For
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ican people. This i is the element that brands Quart
the General to come out slugging stayed for an extended visit with
denouncing and attacking the Democratic such social gains as "socialism" and would, I his soruPercy and wife. Vets At Co. Office 49C

Party and all it stands for. if they had their way, roll back the time- Mrs. Fredrick Wyermann ana I
clock to that benighted era of more than daughters Paulette and Freda of Mustering out payment application -
It is hard to see, however, how a man ofEisenhower's
blanks available for: Distinctive Flavor
admitted sincerity and integrity twenty years ago when the wealth of the Los Angles Calif., were recent are
country was concentrated in the hands of a guests of Mrs. W. H. Maxwell. veterans eligible for the Korea GI

can abandon his convictions and favored few. They were on their way to Miamiand Bill of Rights, according to A. J I ASTOR Pound
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such biased basis the
campaign on any as I
to visit
West and
Key hope
GOP politicoes would wish.In Tan the Republican Tarty take the credit I : Thomas Jr., County Service officer
the Bahamas before returning tc
for any of the "social gains" made during the
hln middle of the road" speech last !
past twenty ? If the party has advanced the West Coast.
week Eisenhower said this middle way one constructive years idea along this line, i Mr and Mrs Charles Gaskin"I The mustering out payment pro j Free Ice Tea Glass With

today starts off with ('ut.aln'Pry definiteassumptions. and children Jimmy and Tommv .
v\e ihin't know what it is. Vet now, because I ,
It assumes that all Americans of Palatka spent Monday with %-Lb.
they l>elie\e, as General Kisenhovveras : ASTOR TEA
.if all parties have now accepted anil willto"'f'r Mrs Ena Nazwoith and Mr and 47C
., that the American people have accepted you arcplanning
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!'support \\hatHI rail social gains j Mrs. Charlie Alvaiez Jimmy re
these gains and will never give them the I'
The security that people are entitle to in up I mained for a few days with his I

their old age; and to make certain they are COP has reluctantly! embraced the program. i| grandmother Mrs N'azworth I F Save on "Dixie Darling"BREAD
They have even" for political expediency) ) J. B. a lieu
adequately cared for, insurance against unemployment ;, Mr. and Mrs. Forsvth soreI ,

equal opportunities for everybody nominated a man with liberal )leanings, because Leeston and Vernon, and Mr and home FamilY Style Loaf

regardless of nwe, religion, where ho they despaired of ever again electing a I. Mrs. Joan Knight and son attended ; 12CI
reactionary such Senator Taft. Theyhaplrened dinner Lake But
as birthday
a in
born, what is his national origin.
was or other of I
( to get a good man one who IIt'r Sunday honoring Ernie o\lth.1 I or any type

If this is not an endorsement of the social could have a Democrat erhn, brother-in-law Mrs I .
a. readily
campaigned a" building call on us Fla. Ga.
reforms inaugurated by President Roosevelt a. he could a" a Republican HI'TIhe I' Forsyth. or Shipt Gr. 'A' Dressed and Drawn

and carried on by the Democratic party ( $64 question) can the Republican !', :'>11'. and Mrs Tioy Norman I Whole/ / lb.

for the past twenty years, we would like to Party under the leadership of Kisenhnwer be 1:, daughter Earlena. and Miss McMURTRY D FRYERS E S SSC Cut-up fftc

know what it i is. Indeed. General Eisenhower : counted on to reverse itself completely. and) do Joanne Mess wore Sunday guests,

has gone even farther along\ *he road in the futuie the many things! it now promises l of Mr. and Mrs. T. Tomlinson at

of social reform, advocating "legislation designed and which it has so bittcrlv opposed in thepast' Lake Butler I II I BUILDERSKeystone U. S. Grade Good Baby Beef
i to lighten the burden of high cost of :Miracles 1IAK; happened hilt a Mrs. Evelvn FenMer and daughter -
l! Barbara Joan. :'11'. and Mr, : Heights Fla.
>
living senior citizen This interpreted
on our wa !svvilcheroo of that magnitude is n little too Lb.
to mean that Eisenhower proposes much to expect of any one man. David McMahone and son; Davey : CHUCK ROAST 59C'
of Ft Myers, arrived Sunday night
increased old-age assistance i payments : ( ,I' ESTIMATES I
We are constantly Lt'ingtold by newspapers for weeks
a visit with Mr and
under the Social Security law other that vAnilil I CHEERFULLY (,}lEN I
and publications ; Mis Donald McMahomand Mi
We believe that the General is sincere in have it :-0)) that many Democrats in Florida ( and Mrs }1. L. Watterson U. S. Grade Good Baby BeefROUND

his endorsement of the great Democratic and other Southern states are going to vote Elmer Gay of Orlando was a rno.vi 1:

social reforms, and even the Rqufnlican Republican: this )'Q1T.; Our only comment i is : supper guest of the J. W, Horm' Kl-:YxTO.NK;; 3581 DAY STEAK Lb.

platform pays lip service to much of the that those who have any such intention I Friday evening James Hornr KEYSTONE: 2151; XIGHT 8SC

Roosevelt-developed program, but what of should do an awful lot of soulsearchingbefore : | accompanied him to Dunnellon foi -- ,-- .
themselves with the the weekend. - '
the Republican members of Congress S -nntor aligning party
Taft and others to whom Eisenhower that has offered nothing constructive itself, I H. V Saxon of Poinpan, i-' U. S. Grade Good Baby Beef

must look. if elected, to implement the legislation while opposing every "social gain" advanced visiting his fattier B. Y Saxon I

he will need to carry out his policies? by the Democratic Party in the past twenty I: S-Sgt. Roland Nazworth 0: the Hearing AidsAND SIRLOIN l STEAK Lh. 79C
Marines ,stationed at Pans Hand} <<
The Republican record speaks for itse'f.! years. 'S. C spent the weekend with tn-

rTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlHAMPTON Frank Brown left Saturday for Hines anti sister Friday mother. Mrs Ena Naz\\orth= I .

Miami, where he will visit hip; Mrs George \VilIian-s, enter- ,! }Ir. and Mis Charlie\ Ahiiez! SHERBET and SUPERBRAND

brother GordonVeest and family.;: tamed! Sunday at a birthday dinner :, children Donald. Larn' and Cheryl BatteriesDiabetic

Miss =Norma Sweenev leturneJ' honoring her brother Lee and A. L Earlene and Bonnie IP*. J-2 gal.
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HJ )Ir... \\ III. \\. lianunundILAAALALAALAAAAAAAAAAAA11 this week front Asheville N. C.. Wiggins;: of Jacksonville Attend Nazwoith were in Palatka Sun Foods 49C 69C
where she spent the past seven' ing were Mr and Mrs H. B. Wiggins ,, day afternoon

weeks as ;girl Counsellor at Camp i t.t son Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Williams 1,' Mis. Gerald Adknu and daughters AM I) I
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Ben Lippen. :. on Howell. and the honorgut' Louise and Mrs E. M Pre -- -.. L" _
New ("rrt''IItIlII..nt For Hampton Supplies 11
.* lr'I and!! vatt of Starke. attended the
Mrs Minnie Johns hostessSaturday t gins.'Ife
: wits
Mrs M C Sweeney wishes to I
;II'knowlt'lgt.nth deep appreciation to her 15ter.1rs L. A.I!: vJ-uighter Mam. Priester family reunion In Ma" Land O'SunshineBUTTER U. S. 1 Long Island WhitePOTATOES

the splendid mamtainance of Seherouse of Hawthorne: her': Mrs K BVatter>on returnerlast ,! clenny Sunday. Surgical

the Hampton news column during;;;, daughter. MisV.. F. May and.i w.iek from a two weeks vacation Miss Dorothy R'..-- II..":.' Supports

the summer months, by Mrs. 'Wm.V sons Billy and spencer of GainesVille I in South Hill Va. Demonstration Agent of Staikecalled I

\ Hammond. After over nine and her granddaughter Mrs! I I Mr ;fud Mrs. Frank Thomas an I on Mrs Wm W Ham: "-""d i .ANDTrusses

as Hampton correspondent M. C Manning and family of i don htt'r. )Monday
years ; Josephine spent twc
In Ctns. Lb.
Mrs S\H'lInt'Y i is lestgnmg this Star ke.Mr' I days last week in Branford. Demonstration (luh 79C Lbs.

post and is happy to announce: J. L. Chancey of Palm! Mrs. D. W. Moore of Stark The Hampton Hurt: Demon 10 59C
: Club Hall!
met the
tration in City
Mrs Hammond a* her most competent Reach. Mrs Horace Douglas of(spent Friday night with her sis,, We Rent IP Qtrs.
Miss Ross
Dorothy
successor. ': High Spring, and Mrs. George ter. Mrs T. F. Brown. on Tuesday.
I
IVr..onalU speaking I Cowtman of 01 bnd", spent several }Iis"eta Parish of Earletoi I the Home unable to Demonstration attend) so the Agentwas president i CrutchesVeterinary Sealdsweet Orge or Gr'fruit Calif. PascalCELERY
Claude entertainedthe with their
Mrs May \ days tfcisveek
and Charles Snowden of Hammond had
Ladies Council at her home: on sister Mis. Jessie Chastain. II Waldo. Mrs. Wm. I

Wednesday afternoon. Aug. 2l). I Mr and Mrs Carlton Chastainand day.called on Mrs. T. F., Bro"; full charge of the meeting Nine I JUICE \ 0 cans 99C Stalk
members including .
Mr. and Mrs H. D May re- chiUtren Sue and Tommy were t Mr. and Mrs James Ficren o f were present Mrs G P Wads Supplies 19C
t-o new Ones.
turned to their home here Friday shopping in Jacksonville Tuesday j Gainesville were calling on fnend;1
suorLh, and Mrs Wylie Williamson I II
after spending the Bunn Md. I 1:,f' members learned to make I
Springs, ''St. and Mr and Mrs.B .
Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown o f
Mrs. Nita Johnson has keen, F. Finch. Jr. of Gainesville Waldo entertained at a birthda;r next bed sox meetings from wash project clothThe will!! be I CENTER: : BUY TODAY I Household Institute Cook Ware

visiting relatives in Mdcon. Ga. visited the Naoh Jackson's- Saturday I supper Thursday evening honoring :- I
,
Huck Towel embroider\ al!! n embers
and Ft. Myers, Her giandJaugh-! 1! Mr Brown's mother Mrs 1 (near .ho'" pital ) ,
will be
are urged to atten.i Refreshments not available after 20
ter. Miss Joanne Singleton of FtMver Mrs Frank Thomas entertainedher F Brown. Sept
Gainesville.; Fla
wit be ser'eds
IS her guest wits week. ,'ther, Mis LJZZK .
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FRIDAY AUGUST 29, 1952 BRADFORD Cat'T1' TELEGRAPH, STAKKE FLORIDA
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I TTTTYVYYYYYYYYVYTTYYYTTlLAWTEY on Saturday of last week after a of Arlington. Va., announce the Haberstroth's.The 1 last
Aircraft I : Monday night, no do: :
Carrier
Florida Basin
visit of several days with relative approaching marriage of their
I[ I house belonging to Mrs action was taken but all .
PINE LEVELBy here. daughter, Jeanine, toV.. L.
Ernest Triste which has been plaints were read and in .r'''':
Will Be First In South Baptist St"f\Ic('> Siprelle of Keystone. The wed ;
Deep ( Standing in an unfinished ccndi- stances it was prwv<:;ru t h.1 t

Mrs. II. M. McRae ;' ....... .. L. II. Futch Rev. A. E. Massey pastor of the ding will be solemnized in St. tion for some time has been purr adjustment would b, i id'" .
I Edwards Catholic Church in Starke
I Faith Baptist church announcesa I chased by Mr. and Mrs. John G.
assessed lua I
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church
fellowship stvice: at the j : Bohen of Buffington, O. They .
being sent but all friends and Mrs Eula VYaWj; \ is ,'I! ,
had a large attendance ati Personally Speaking I on Saturday. Aug. 30. The day'rprogram j I are finishing the building PV } tpest \ .

Pine Level Baptist Church last t Miss Linda Crews has returned will feature special relatives are invited. +i| to make it their hi.n'r tr'mh.r\.Il.t""t. j r
I
Sunday with 208 in Sunday school. I .;:. '". I home after a vacation with rela I speakers from Plant City. Palm Mrs.V.. B. Scales and Mrs. I, Rev and Mrs. Wtl-!: ia\ ha1 Young K. <' \i N1 v t-

Brother Alton Dobbs of Starke I tins in Largo.Mr. i Beach, and Tampa as well a? ;1 Paul Tyre entertained: with a |'their daughter. M.John Cellarof turned home tro-i: ilta<- :. '
and Mrs. A basket dinner i, stork shower for Mrs. Mike I
Ancil
Futch and special songs. .
brought the 11 a.m message. I KtyVe.>t. Ms-itinj: : tl:etc t'ii-: i;:\1'1 \iI.!i| H. i- impn \
Rev. W. E. Hall returned home children were dinner guests of the I will be served on the grounds at I Funderberk last Tuesday man:. wtk .
'\ I i t. .' d :.. bed
Joyce Futch family of the noon hour. The new additionto i Aug. 19. The affair wa.- he'd! i'i -. o
on Sunday I ,
Sunday from Worth
afternoon Ft.
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Tex., where he accompanied the'l I' r 'rt last week. I the church building, though i i the home of Mrs. Scales and then! : "

body of Dr. J. Frank Norris whc vw tt On Saturday of last. Mrs. LouU' not entirely completed, will be were about 35 friends (P' t''" '" .. .- ----c -

passed away at the Baptist Youth I, rae H Hill left for Ft. Myers where used: for the first time then The: honoree receh"' d "..:\\I'. I \ '\ I I II

Camp at Bedford Lake Wednesday I' she has accepted a teaching position Services will begin at 10:30: a.m. gift.
I
morning of last week. for the coming school term. ., '
i Mr and Mrs. J F F.a- i.! ANNOUNCEMENT'
I :Mr and Mrs. G. L. Sapp of -rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTKevstone
:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and < ,..
tht'M! tin" ( hildren 11\11'1 1 1111; I

Jacksonville daughter, Kathy Saturday., were visitors tc! Hfilbronn guests of Mr.were and Sunday Mrs. Troy afternoor Ben Heights pelt I P.t ale hou" *. -.ut -i ,.; :ht I H7.s7i To Announce

Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and I iiI nettMr. I That I Have Opened My Office
:Mrs !'aralc'Donaltl:
By
and Mrs. Bobby Bennettand
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Mrs. Halls parents the H. ,
In
I WILL PAY CASH The Hembne Building
McRaes were visiting W. M. j : baby of Daytona Beach spent AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlthough
Jewell and daughter at Lake Altc the weekend with Mrs. RachelBroerang. '
complete rt"p'rle; alt
last Friday and were dinner guests For Saw Logs
: not in, it that tht DR. R. D.
Mr
of Mrs. Laura McRae at Waldo. and Mrs. Steve Starling and yet appears i HAMILTON
I II '" children returned home on Sunday bazaar held in the01T'an'3 Club I :AM ITiM'WOOI)
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. of' I
Stephens after a week's vacation at Kings on Saturday afternoon ant eve !; TIMBER I (iENEKAI.; PKAl{ TICK -
Orange Park were visiting the H
l ley Lake. ning, by the Catholic church war I I
M. McRaes Sunday afternoon. j SOON TO BE COMPLETED near Jacksonville, Fla., the big MaypoA Mr and :Mrs. Richard Bennett quit successful. All booths did a I A Post Card Will Bring Me ; 9:00 12:00: A.M. -- 2:00 4:00 P.M.

Mr. 'and Mrs. A. F. Hall and Carrier Basin will be the only harbor facility between Norfolk and Sat Jr and children of Daytona Beach flourishing trade and 165 dinnerswere 1 To See You.
children returned to their home Diego large enough to accommodate the Navy's big aircraft carriers: cedar chest 7:00.9:00 P.M.
were weekend guests of Mrs. served. The :
in Jacksonville Saturday after twe j The steel bulkhead which surrounds the basin is one of the largest ever D.
B. 'Dick' Thomas
weeks vacatioA here and at Cedar'' constructed in Florida, containing nearly eight and a halt million I I Hattie Darley. was awarded to Mrs. J. R Addison TEI.KPIIONE: :32i!'

pounds of steel. Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish I of Jacksonville ha\\tev. Fla.
Keys.
and children spent last week with
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs i One of the largest steel water- Building the basin has been a I relatives in West Florida. :\IrParrish's Mr and Mrs Even-u 11: ft: xvn r ...all.
J. W. McRae Sunday were Miss I front bulkheads ever constructed in construction and engineering<< task I 1
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Bessie Bayless of Umatilla Mr. Florida is nearing: completion at of major proportions. To accommodate parents returned : .. .: -" =- : -=- -- ._-- -' : ---- :. : :::: (
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with them. -
and Mrs. Robert Myrick and. theaV8 new Mayport Carrier vessels of such great draft, it --
Basin Jacksonville. was necessary to increase the depthto :Mr. and Mrs. H C. Crews! spent
daughter, and the H. M. McRaes I ILt. Literally near a curtain of steel to sep 42 feet, far below the original a recent weekend with his parents .. -
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(JG) B. M. Myrick has been '! arate land from water, the wall level. Because of the highly fluid Mr and Mrs. C. R. Crews Hir ( -- (1

transferred from the Naval Air'' reaches down from 33 to 53 feet nature of the sandy banks surrounding I mother and his sistt'rs't'ra and TARLINGU
Base Jacksonville to Pensocala. below water level and extends for the basin, permanent :
Hilda went home with him for a
He and Mrs. Mvrick and little more than a mile around the air deepening could not have been accomplished
I visit returning to their h<>n" here
daughter moved there last week i craft carrier port being built near without first building
the mouth of the St. Johns River sturdy bulkheads around the entire the first of the week. JELlO 2SC
Thomasand
Mr and Mrs. Bishop
I Nearly eight; and a half million inland perimeter.Large << I Mrs. Lorraine Thomas of lark
children of Brooks were visit- J I pounds of steel!: sheet piling, rolledon enough to permit a carrierto sonville returned home on Wt'clnt"s'day

:I ing Mrs. Thomas parents the H. I, the mills of United States Steel turn around and head back to of last week after a visit of I GROCERY & MARKETCatsup

},I, McRaes.We and supplied through its Tennessee sea, the basin is :3000 feet long and several days with the H. C K"lley
Division at Birmingham 2000 feet wide. Building a Band-
Iron
that Coal and
are glad] to report our
driven down tight wall around it required thousands family.Mr. .
is' Ala., have been I
wife Mrs. W. E. Hall
pastors into the sandy bottom of the harborto of strips of sheet piling, each and Mrs. W. T. Walters Ir 17c I
much better and able to attend make a sheltered harbor of sufficient more than a quarter of an inch who have been in Rhode Island 11 OZS. Corner Call & Cherry Sts.
church Sunday, and accompanied I size to berth America's largo thick and about a foot and a halt for some time, were w.-i-kend Starke, Fla.
Brother and Mrs. Dobbs to Jacksonville j est carriers. wide, and ranging up to 60 feet in
guests of his parents. Dr and Quality) Rights Reserved
to meet Rev. Hall at the '! To be ready for operation very length.To C) Prices ood Fri. & :Sai.tue.! -!9..t0>
I'I'Airpott. j soon, the basin will be the only sink the piling> into place> Mrs. W. T. Walters. The grout .

I between Norfolk and San each piece was first jetted into spent Monday in Jacksonville I -- - -- -, .
We are thankful for the much Diego port of sufficient! size and depthto the sand, being interlocked with Guests of :Mrs. S. A. Hick.- during : .. ;, : :,, __ _,_ : .. :. .--._. ; :. .. _' .--- .1--_: : :--' :: .C'::
needed rain last week now the I permit the entry of the Navy's the neighboring piece by means of the weekend were her sister
strawberry growers can set their I largest vessels. Construction work connecting devices built into the
plants. was begun approximately a year piling In jetting, a hose with a Mrs. Lela Bradley of Tennesseeher
high velocity nozzle is strapped I daughter. Mrs. Floyd Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas. I j i' ago.First developed during World neer the bottom of each pile, and and family of Daytona Beach Lard G1.05 TIDE LARGE 27C

and children of Starke were visiting I War 11, the Majport facility is an then, with the pile held in an upright and her brother, D. J Parnsh

Mrs. Thomas parents Mr. and I I auxiliary unit of the big Jacksonville position a stream of water at and family of Maxville.
Mrs. E. C. Lewis Sunday. Naval Air Station 20 miles tremendous pressure literally I
;I II II II 1 j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatum uf
away. During the last war. it served knocks the sand from under tha

I as a small boat section base, into pile, allowing it to fettle deep into Boynton were weekend guest of __ .. .'f; _-0'_ .: _- _: _- _:_.__ _- __ .=.-_'", :-. .:.- :' .- : __ -_ :_' : .':-.,'::<':':.::;" _, !t
I which mine sweepers and other the ground. When more solid strataof Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts
smaller naval craft were brought earth were reached, steam ham, Jake and James Shutord of

I' 411'11-1;; ,03 I j for docking and repairs. It was! also mers pounded the pieces down t<| I' Virginia returned to their 'biome>
I IN IU equipped with housing facilities for their maximum depth. J

I'I Naval personnel assigned to land Once the piling was set inlet MAINE
I duty and contained several run place, it was! anchored! permanently] 7 -- {". I C
Since 194&! connection to "dead Notso 1-- J OIL
ways for Navy aircraft. by a man I l' -
I
I rf it find been out of service and had gruesome as it sounds, this is a ;;" i E S ,5
+ been manned only by a small main. I massive: continuously cast concrete I 4 ii i
ezt I1tLJ' I I tcnancc crew. structure which is set undergroundand

I I In addition to mooring and minor encircles the basin some distance ., L)\ii I Cans
repair facilities for the carrier, itself l behind the bulkhead. Steel tie 5
a modern airfield is being rods! join the bulkhead to the concrete
built. Existing runways are l being form. .
rebuilt and new ones are under To complete the job a heavy I I
construction, including an S.OOt foot concrete casement is being cast
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:: landing! strip for jot planes. At the around the top edge! of the bulk. '. = -- .- '. : _: ": --.-- -- -- .'-:- '-- :.' .-: -.- .. '- --- ::..: :: --
dock cranes may lie 1 installed to lift i head. The banks behind, the case -
1\ I planes from the flight dock of the meat are being fillet in with sand WHITE HOSEFLOUR .HEETOP
, carrier for storage! maintenance or i,Imoking a flat smooth approach to
:'I --pcction! in the Mu purt stin age the harbor from all angle! For all
I IGURANEADACHE I If j area or for flight to the main sta- : its size, the basin will be as neat LI Lbs. Bunch
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tion a' .T'r'jcnillp.TTYTTYYYYYTYYYTYYYYYYTYT! and tight as a hath tub.Hapti..t --
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hove the help of o competent authority I SSa.
local HEILBRONN GRAHAM SO COUNT l E I..1.0\\
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agency-THIS struggle with your agency insurance Let problems us- By :Marian :Norman By Mr, Ronnie :McKinney I Er Pkg. 11 C Lbs.
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con answer your questions. Are you Home-coming I .. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Rhodes f fson '
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adequately insured Is your prop- Richard of Tampa were weekend an Homecoming Day will be held 7ZGet S .. ': :_ :. __ ;_ -.0':: .. .: -- .. _:. : : _ -: := : ;: _-..: :..

erty protected against such haiards guests of the Ancel Normans. at the Graham Baptist Church

as windstorm smoke falling They were accompanied home by j Sept. 7. Everyone is invited tt

airplanes We shall be glad to make her mother, Mrs. Florence Johnson I attend. FIRM

recommendations to fit your needs, who will make and indefinite i Personally speaking I I,, ) Syrup 1/2 JARL 49c Lettuce 12c
ell without obligation on your port. HEAD
visit with them. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Stricklandof
Now is the time-today!
Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Watson Nichols were visiting Mr. and EACH

'spent the weekend in Waycross.Ga. Mrs. Carl James last weekend
H. C. %Wall Wileogefor \\ .. .. .
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AgencyConstant and attended homecoming at I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dempsey NIC:* .. .. '_-- .. .ij-'; --.-. ..'--- -.-:
Pleasant Valley. I were in High Springs visiting With >

Service Over Joyce Morgan pent last week j Sunday. Nloney

60 Years- visiting relatives in Miami. :I i Mrs. Lizzie Hints and son Wil '{ our

Please Phone 146 B.e)1.. L. Packham pastor of : lard were visiting relatives ir Cllshions WHITE ROSE


I II I II I Hope'If morning the Baptist pastor message Rev.church in Watson.Ilan"ey brought the absence. thr i!i I Bell:: Sunday.Mr.. Joe CaB. is spending sometime elll'/.e. cper brCa F I 0 Ii I. CLOTH BAG



Television lly Tips visiting Sunday.Edward relatives He of was Jacksonvillewas in this accompanied community I;j I' Stalling.Mr. with and Mrs.Mr. Johns and McKinnex Mrs. PCj .of'( tDfiAItv With $5.00Purchase 1.39


I home by his family whc were visiting Mr. and Mrs V L

had spent most of the week visiting McKinney Sunday in Gainesville

CHARLESI relatives.Mr | Mr. and :Mrs.: Earl Starling am1 I! 1 CoolerPavements

and Mrs. Muriel Beech an MrTed Shultz of Jacksonville here Sunday. ___ -'_ .. :. u.- _. _, __' L- ';.. _' _'. _-- :-- -:' _-: : : : 1! :-

14 1l 1 *'t9M ? were visiting Mrs. Debris Car. Mrs. Will Melton of Waldo anr'I II reduce

I nucheal over the weekend. sons Gene and Oscar attended:I \ "rol caused
Fred Johnson of Miami was Sat- Reg.
church here Sunday night. tie to.lurrsnerrose
tOLL i;Oit THE urda\ afternoon guest of Mr. ant!
I Mrs. Fake Watson and MrsI
INN OCEN Mrs Ancelorman.. I i Alleene Cail! who are working aith 't ocr life Beef Corned39C SI.2598C
A BELLE OF THE TOWN lloen seeing the teachers out at .> Florida Farm Colon'11 Trade NOW I
PDEN'rALWAY$ RING TRUE 'he school house for the past few roomsg'pT'111000SHEETS
1 days Gains'rile V*.rrt \ ,,,1I1I\g! \ relative!r ono Aw'Pr
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here last \vt'.k
\'p'j it) Rowe of Fort Knox Ky. .
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ADDED
Those enjoying a picnic at iD r l f -ln AHf

noon Hampton weie lake Mr.Wednesday and Mrs. after Ancel JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE VALUE ; T >f OM TirtJ1WE' TISSUE 2 For 23CI PEANUTS Lb. 23C

Norman and family. Mr. and Mrs

Leroy :Norman and daughter, am? TRUCK OWNERS !
Mrs Harvey Edwards and fan:rily
Made
only by General Famous MARATHON
i lof Jacksonville
Motors Corp. All other

Electric Refrigerators are TRUCK PRINCE .
c AKU OF THANKS 11)85) SIZE

We wish to express our deep made by other companiesand TIRES 600.16 e-PI r Each C Pkgs. ,
cannot use the word Plus TOJl MATCHES 1
appreciation and gratitude for the RATING/ ALBERT 11

l'.e uur Hell Telephone Number. many kindnesses and thoughts of Fri idain'. ---, 15Cc.

See if it doesn't ring true sympathy extended to us over the -- .:
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I in our moments of despair it i? ? ? Service Center

Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed ( soothing to know that there arc THEN SEE 6 Bottle '
''others who share our loss.e STATION

1 find comfort and peace in knowing C r n I
I E. H. SMITHTenth SEEBER GOODMAN Spain Carton 8
RADIO & TV i that our loved one lived a life of' f.J.1f.fbfI1

Sales and Service honor and courage and has gone aad Temple Ave. 1'- S. 301 at So. City Limits J Plus DepositoR.R
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'I I I I "1 1I Nine County Women PEPPERS STRETCH THE FOOD BUDGET !" Call' Street. clerking now at alit.hells be meeting in the American I Saturday nite and will otter!.,; .

.. Also note a new face Legion hall until the new concrete I Labor Day dance at the F.

1 Attend Cafe Meet .,i' the Florida Theatre ticket of- I j block church is built Lyle Club Dolph Reddish celeb <,' .

,1Jeanette. Douglas, replacing!'Anderson I (DK-2)) called his folkfj[: his 20th birthday Tuesday: \ .

Nine Bradford County women is. prune Johns who has joined: I I! Tuesday night from rorfolk.'a.. J| when his folks entertain.-1; ', ;,

|I with the school cafeterias here attended I net ,1'ttents in Jax Congratj I just before sailing for France for his friends i at a barbecue' i I'
si.
the lunch training program I h mol! Leila Mundy who were six months duty with the Navy |/: yard "Other '-.r \I.lh .

in Tallahassee on the campusof r "'n' f' 'l, g their 25th wedding an- :; Lewis Haines is home for the : past week \" I K 'iy I"I >

I Gladys Moot}' Florida State University last vl to -+.,i< \ on Thursday Leila remainder of the summer after I who ( t-lehr.r. _(,nj

Phone 35 week. -.a; > '; moved in from the lake I i iM attending summer school at Wake 'i 17th. Madge t "J !.. >

They are: Mrs. Ruby Cooper :.,. : days Lucile Alvarez I i I Forest College in N. C. and two day on the :21!: .' loth '

I I II I II I I 4I Mrs. .Louise Norman. Mrs MaUie ,,. 'K ns. th(. week off from Ruby weeks' camp Augusta.. Ga. :, well part :.1. ."- i > "

Miss Brown i I Alvarez Feted ;Gresham 1 Miss Ida Mae Burney ;I ui, 'i, my shop Hear Bob. j! Nice to see Holcomb nd Caro:I trite the hor, : p.

I :Mrs. Mildred Lawson, Mrs MinnieI > ? i'is teaching dancing in (1 irn Ierns'isitin' f ri.ds along!!Ii i who left M., J: '' ,lt'! .
(( j jj
Shower By 25 j 32 Guests I I Johns, Mrs. Myrtle Jone Mrs 4 f-v i, \ .r! Murray Studio in At- I j Call 1 Street Tuesday He's just || leJte'It F'!, t.- f:' ,

I i 78th Birthday Flora Bell Nettles and frs \an f : Have you noted that fI I finished basic at Ft. Jackson. S. C Heij' p t.- i ,'< ..1iG'ville

Mrs. L. N. Pickering Moody all of Starke. s hairdo of Ed Dahmer's I and is nohf'ltlt'd toward Fort i \\ M F" ..tn.i'Biggs.

Garl Mathews A. L. Alvanz entertained The first annual Florida Food w T'' 1f] 1 >; his wife was trying out Sill. Okla. and officers candidate ': John .,' i -: i A. .
I
delightful luncheon meeting \vax h"nee permanent and : school Holcomb used to work I
dinner party on Sunday Service Association per Mack and 'II: L.!' Id-rt"
laneous shower I the 78th birthday anni- attended by cafeteria worker ". to.I' Kii and son, Frank, to be i with tare' Telegraph you know. and? Biggs, anti I':. I'! ddi<''

home of the latter j! of Mr. Alvarez. 1! from all over the state serving the :. fi'"i, a pigs I Carolyn with Andrews Motor Co ( Spotted Mom \\ ms 1 I'

Street honoring Miss I the thousands of children in public! Th. ,v Ackers are making a I I i. Hear Jim Brown and Peggy : town after his .1!L' \ sti.1Augsbuig
32 guests helping, ,
eBrown of Keystone schools. am 'I K nb of tearing down the i Godwin gave a farewell !supper I Germhe
celebrate the occasion 1 i'
Washington D. C. the following from out-of- I ""h' an Church on West Call Wednesday night of last week at II dating Evelyn N'onie ts. ,
riage to Dale Siprelle Honored \:" one seems to know exactly I' the State Farm for Peggy'fbrother That winds ti' little "
I up
: Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Alvarez Karen Biggs
event of Sept. 6 in I daughter, Rhetta, of Perry.j hnw ancient this old landmark is Don Ray Tilley. who's received -I book this week bo seeing
church. On Fourth Birthday Stuff.d but have heard it's alleged to be ) orders to report aboard at ., '
the .
preen Beta Pin
Mrs. V. L. Alvarez and<< peppers tatty main rffofi( The dining room of Winter Park Mr. and for whittling) dawn an out of line food b"dQet.. the oldest Christian Church building ship at San Francisco Sept IR t dance Saturday nite a* the I I'.
,
entertainedat
luncheon Mrs. Leslie E. Biggs in Florida} at }least 'on| ream U'111' ,, "-h." P' Ki.xi'M'le: -. I' hib ,
the buffet L. Alvarez and daugh (I after. Balancing a food budget can floor frozen fresh
Ralph canned
Friday or
to buy
a delightful party of and try of age The membership v\ii'' ( Ilal"I) ; ''II, f{/ ,
was overlaid with a of Fort Myers, Mr. and 15 for her daughter many us sometimes it seems those which come out even in terms fH tllg Up v H'
centered with noon Aug. Impossible to make it come of the number
cloth and R. B. Alvarez and daughter, I celebrating hi-i out you serve. One leftover
of : Karen who was even and please the family, too. portion can cancel that few -
arrangement
crepe Mr.
and
of Winter Haven, But it be
can done. It
coral vine, intersperced sonI 1 fourth birthday anniversary. goes without peonies saving you thought you ......
E. W. Black and motif saying that the ,
color smart homemaker made. --
leaves. The individual rp p of Jacksonville. | A pink attractively and green carried out in watches for the best bus. She Have a Really I Happy Holiday 1 'to -

were centered with was mej spends a little time carefully read. This recipe for Stuffed Green
cloth on
holding mints and I the Happy Birthday ing the ads in her paper before Peppers is a perfect example of a
The many Jovely gifts Picnic I j dining room table with matching going a-marketing ana trundles her well planned well! seasoned main
I napkins and pink and green cup I carriage slowly through the market dish to help get an out of line food
table '
display on a Success also noting the stocks and their .e

birthday cake was prices. budget under control. rl
tered with a miniature i i cakes. The Buying tips to keep in mind include Il;
rounded with tulle and and friends of Home embossed in pmk and green I II the following. STUFFED GREEN PEPPERS .Thrift-Priced I Foods From 1 A & PPrices ;f A
candles. !
' placed at intervals. Club families and with four pink I.
Demonstration Agent, I j The 40 youngsters played gamer Meats: The price per pound isn't 6 large green peppers
Mrs. Josie Siprelle favoi all that counts. What percentage of 3 cups chopped cooked meat
fornia, grandmother of Dorothy Ross, enjoyed an I in the yard and were given waste-bone, fat, etc. is there? (ham, chicken, canned Ann Page Exciting -J
from a picnic at Keystone Beach| of hats and horn A pound of one meat may cost less luncheon meat)
poured
grcom even though there were j I Mrs. Biggs was assisted in serving .: than another, but if there's a lot 1 medium onion, minced

ice. sparsely scattered showers. i j I and caring for her little guest of not bone be the and bargain fat to it discard sounds.it may >,i teaspoon black pepper -' New Krunchy LunchPEANUT

The hostesses \V. E. Bigham of Brooker I I by the mothers of several of the : 2 cups soft enriched yeast-raised

guest of honor with Council of attending youngsters. Butter: All grades have the same bread crumbs iI30th s .
of the County : I
i i I food value and any slight difference >,4 cup melted margarine or butter
her chosen silver Demonstration k, made \ in flavor
I
may not even be noticed
menento of the occasion.In'ted and took charge:'; Miss Wiggins Given unless vou've a butter expert. Buy Cut thin slice from stem end of

to be present >, first county-wide outing' ing a pound at a time instead of a green pepper. Remove seeds. Cook
I Demonstration Clut: Kitchen Shower \\ pound stick as needed trims offa peppers in boiling salted water
hostesses and :Miss few pennies too. about 8 minutes or until barely
i All enjoyed meeting i, By 20 Guests tender. Drain
25 friends of the honored talking with people from Eggs: Check the price of different Place in baking on dish.paper Mix towels. I: in this ad effirth 12-oz'

parts of the county. Are-'I j Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins' pops ': of sizes and shell colors. The color in large mixing bowl meat together, onion, ,e thru Saturday \ui,,:.. B DUE E R 19C

swim in the lake was enj i j ular bride-elect, was the inspiration -'! the shell has no relation at all pepper, bread crumbs. Toss lightly : J
I I to its food value. Too small with melted arII
j for a lovely kitchen shower an margarine or butter.

rF Xf'U'I people gathered I! given Saturday afternoon from 1 i large egg may a one not may be be economical extravagantly too careful Fill peppers not to with pack mixture tightly. being Pour II
TMCATs. .j three to costly. Dressed & Drawn Frozen
at the
four-thirty J. R Quick Hen
STARKE FL- the picnic table for T. N. I : Vl cup of water in bottom of bak
i Chasteen. Jr. home ing dish
I on Cherry and bake 30
to ask the blessing before Vt&etjblei: Think in minutes at I
I terms of cost 350 F. (moderate
street.
I Hostesses for the affair oven ). Makes
the delicious food. per serving. Whether
you buy 6 r .
I :.were Mis. Chasteen I servings. ;
Crazy Over i I Miss! Jo Ann I TURKEYS
Dinkins, Mrs. James Phillips and I
1 Annual Matthews Mrs. Robert Tuiner. .
With Leo
Gorcey Jr. ford 49c
Cattlemen's
Assn. I County Cattlemen's Assn,
flowery Boys Labor Day Arrangements of pastel summer ,II : in the courthouse. to Ib. avg.

i I blossoms were used in decorating I To Organize TonightA I I Announcement of the meeting i 6 15 tB I i iI
ANDROLLIN'
tenth annual Matthew I the home with
a graceful bouquet ;, I was made by Rep. Doyle E. Conner i i iI iOt'R
reunion will be held on,: centering the lace covered fresh- I
local chapter of the Junior who stated that all cattlemen I
Day at Fannin Springs which:;!; mart table. Tall green tapers in I[ State< Cattleman's between II
18
I Association will ages and 3S! are ehgi I
TO into the Suwannee River silver holders flanked the center ;!, )be organized i ble to become '"<. \ A & P STORK WILL 1 I BE CLOSED '
tonight (Friday) at members of the
of U. S. Highway 13.! ', piece. |the regular meeting of the Brads i junior associatIon. The meting --- -- .-.. ::, \LL DAY LAHOK DAY .MONDAY. SETTK.MHEK -
With Tex will begin gathering'I I : :
1ST.
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Appropriate games were plavecV is called for 8pm.
Plus Serial and 10 a.m. from throughout the '<[, and prizes were awarded to :::hiss I

to the locale where grandad I Sue Biggs and Miss, Wiggins. j I Garden Club Hears DanielHoltzendorfiSept. GIVE I N Large Crisp Head

bear, deer, coon and otter, I
Sun., Mon. I The guest of honor was Plant Talk
prej
Sept. 1 mullet and poled for trout' sented with many lovely and use j' | 6 Nuptials E ac
A basket dinner wil]!| i( 'I LETTUCSeedless E 19C
I ful gifts and her hostesses pre. "What to Grow :Now Annuals I :
Announced
Here A WAY !
WAGONS >ed day at there noon,,will and be through swim' i j! sented her with a pyrex kitchen'' Pot Plants and Bulbs", was the i ,

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set and I II1 subject of discussion at the
j a corsage of white carna monthly Mr. and Mrs.
P D.
boating, picture taking. i Daniel of or Red Malaga
Noah Jr., J> tions. meeting of the Garden Clufc
Beery,
I : Miami
making, and talk of thing are announcing the approaching : A regular; 6 oz. size jar of Ann
Two (Color Cartoons new. I Among the 20 guests were Mrs J Jj Monday evening in the Episcopal marriage of their daughter Page Salad Style s.

j Fred Mason, mother of the groom. ,II Parish House. Harriett to B C. Holtzendorf. GRAPES lib 25C

Tues. Sept. 2, with Matthews an i to-be and Mrs One Wiggins J During the business meeting Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. B. C
is MUSI
expected to attend this S A R D
: the
presided over by president,
mother of the bride-to-be. ;, Holtzendorf of Staike. which will I I
THE BIG inviting their friends tr ,I ,! Mrs. R. F. Young, each member I j I Ibe an event of Saturday after Firm Riper i
the day with them. i 1 subscribed to the monthly maga- !
i! noon. Sept. 6. at four
Misses
i Stubbins o'clock i
not very old this re ; tine "Florida Gardens". Mis the At No Cost To You lb.

Kirk IN Douglas, Eve('(} is fast becoming one of the Caldwell I i Vacation II i Della Rosenberg took the minute II I Three Presbyterian miscellaneous Church Miami shower With the purchase of 1-11). TOMATOES 19C I
family gatherings of Flo
the absence of the secretary
Party Honorees in I have been given in the past week package }Herman's} Orange
Two Color Cartoons Mr!'. Claude Crowson.
I I for the bride-to-be The hostesses I Band all meat
Woman's Club Mrs. M. F. Hazen. program chair- Libbys Vienna
Mi*, J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. R I were Mrs. Letitia Cleaie. Mrs
!
man, discussed house plants and
Wed., Thur. Program !i P. Stubbins honored their daugh i Carrie Putnam and Miss Barbara F FRANKSSpecial S
I tern Frances Caldwell and Mary j( presented Mrs. O L. Beasley whc Paffcrd. all of Miami i SAUSAGE -oz can
talk 35C
an enlightening on annuals
BIG DOUBLE FEA gave
Junior Woman's Club will!li j! Rivers Stubbins, with vacation !
how to sweet
regular monthly meet .I party Aug. 20. j stressing grow i )100 Attend Alderman } Low Price--
ROAD I peas and cut flowers to be plantedin ,
evening at 8 o'clock regular 70c value
Summer flowers) adorned the the fall. Mrs Young also or. Reunion Sunday Libbys Corned Beef
club house. Elsie Hazen,
Joan Dhon, Chas party rooms of the Calda ells Staten :, the program, discussed bulbs with
chairman, will be i .
Farm home for the occasion. In illustrations and the best fertilizers Mr and Mrs. T. J. Alderman 51C 4 can

ANDSubmarine of "game night". I the living room red fantasy! zinnias -' and sprays to use for each. : were among the 100 attending, HASH 29C

will be: Barbara :j I in unique arrangements were I Hibiscus, roses and pot plant ; Alderman reunion held at San

chairman Gamite I j,i i I I placed at points of interest. were attractively arranged in the I derson, at the residence of Mr and I '- lona Sliced

All Star Cast Hazel Green. Clara Faye!!! In the adjacent dining room the lounge for the meeting. Duringthe I(|I Mrs Gordon Jones on Sunday : No. 2 1-2 Can

And Latest World Louise McRae and Sara J I I I refreshment table was overlaid social hour following the Aug. 17Those.. -

Torode.earrnqs fI I II f: with an exquisite handmade cloth I gram. the hostesses!' served pro'j I attending from out ofi p-ax-; r .. PEACHES I; 15C
,
I'I and graceful asters in oaste'! and cookies. I II i i State included Mr and Mr. Car! -- -

shads, formed its centerpiece. A I II I Alderman. Baltimore Md. Mr
Fla. Grade A
i I gift basket of pink carnations in-1 i Woman's Club Exec. and Mrs. James D. Jackson and f Ruso Frozen
; 12 O.i Pkg
tern persed with tube roses and i I family of Augusta. Ga and Jim Dressed and Drawn :

lacy fern was flanked on the bufi Board To Meet Mahorner of Annapolis. Md. anJacksonville. d!

Q1iu) J i fet by lovely pieces of gleaming :j 1! The executive board meeting of I 1 : WHOLEY STRAWBERRIES 1SC
crystal! making this the piece df i Florida residents of the familI '!
the Starke Woman's Club will beheld
resistance in the decorative theme I i iI j in attendance came from Jackson.I i' FRYERS F E S
I Thursday afternoon, Sept. 4 j I
Games and contests afforded en at 3:30: o'clock. Mrs J. W Kin- vine, Macclenny. Baldwin, Olustee | Marcal White and Colored
tertainment during the party Lake City Glen St. Mary. Sander '
hours and at the conclusion sandwiches 1 raid vice-president, will preside -I son Star-kt'. Lrie Butler, Raiford LB.Personal pkgs
: over the meeting NAPKINS
and salted nuts were served I I II Haines City Hampton. Oak Jill!! 2 13C i

with iced lemonade. and Dundee.

t rt t, J i Those who shared this courtesy \VSCS Circles II i Plans were formulated for the I C

,,, Coro" large lightweight wire I] with the honorees were Joann; I': :Members of the MethodistY.S.C.S i!' next reunion to be held on thr 5 7 Ga. No. 303 Cans

I earringsairycooldashfnglEntwining I I' Smith, Barbara Colley Jackie Col- I! Second Sunday of Aug. 1W3. at I
I \ circles will hold their MA'TOES 2
I ley, Margaret Rose Duncan. Jane 'jthe residence of Mr. and Mrs. T cons
i !
the ears in ,lovely spray monthly meetings the first of next 25C
} i Richard, Jackie Hobbs Jimmy, week. !i i J. Alderman in Hampton. I
designs *i S# 1
<* -} Rowe Curtis Roberts Ben North! I George Freeman Alderman of
i !
I
I Circle 1. Mrs L. A. Davis, leads ;
A wonderful collection in a vide variety r I Levy Canova, Marion HarringtonBruce i! er, will meet in the recreation'|' Lake City was appointed Secretary Our Own

of styles and colors to suit the I McGee and Roddy Struth. building Tuesday morning at 1C( 1 for the coming year

most exacting taste at the unbelievably o'clock with Miss Amy Coburr Bars

low price of Ii i WMU t Circlesi and Mrs. W. G. Haile as hostesses |I I I !- TNI.F.V.NI IiYI'E' G'II.nI Ivory Soap, 4 for. 23c TEAIb.. pkg 39C

I Circle 2, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, lead Large Bart
i Circle members of the Baptist:
t er. will meet Tuesday at 12 noon I I The Wesleyan Service Guild me
,. ; : \\". tT, will meet in the following: for a covered dish luncheon at't '! Tuesday night with Mrs. Brad Ivory Soap, 2 for 25c Sultana Salad

;''1 homes! the first of next week. the home of Mrs J B. Cottrell at I!I I dock Locke. Mrs. Charlie ParkerI Oxydol, large pkg. 27c

Lorena Epperson circle: :Mrs.: B I Ktngslev Lake. I was co-hostess! Mrs. Eva Blair i qt.

T Thomas, leader. Tuesday 3 p.m i Circle 3. Mrs. A. Wood leader'I I 1 led the devotional Mrs. F.the! Dreft, large pkg. 30c DRESSING 35C

Place to be announced later. will meetlth Mrs. BerthaPrarc"
A i Sewell had charge of the program l-Lh. Pkg.
}I Daisy Fowler circle )Irs.1[ Monday afternoon at ? "0 tell Ye the Story After t h. I
o'clock Spic N' Span 24c ana Plain or S.R.
G Carter, leader Tuesday 3pm. meeting refreshments were Sf r\fd
d with Mrs A. C Durden. Armours
-- Ibs $4.49
e7'tt J Ida Darby circle Mrs. W L Treet, can 47c FLOUR 25
Andrews leader Tuesday wit -

e 0 Mrs Dave Paulk. Armours

G Dora Alderman circle. :Mrs: G Chopped Ham can 51c

,tom B Flynn. leader, will meet in the C Armours

Church. 1 Corned Beef 49c
Helen Masters circle. :Mrs.: F B can
Beard, leader Tuesday. 2:30: pm. iu\t week for w-\i never be ableto What a welcome change in thf ArmoursCorned A & P i FOOD STORE
I
with Mrs. Cula Coran. get the kids out of Kingsley weather! After the summer Beef Hash can 33c
Doris Lake if that hot weather had cons we've just experienced any breath): Th* Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.

Roberts Jewelry McClane.Knight leader.circle Tuesday Mrs. T.7:30 1': f tinued of cool air feels like a gift from Bath UarCamay Entire Contents Copyrighted: 1950:
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p.m. in the educational building. Hear Rita Robertson is leaving the gods and no matter how coldit Soap, 2 for 23c 300 East Call St.
") (wr Friendly Jeweler" Noegel Bros. Saturday to attend' gets next winter I ain't gonna
Business Women's circle. Martha ; Howell business school in Gaines complain (Oh yeah. where Flaga Dried Baby

PHONE 260 Futch, leader, will meet ir.t. i vile and will also be secretarying have I heard that before'iNice I LIMAS, 24 oz. pkg. 23c
143 W. Call St. Starke Fla. the educational building Sept. P 1 : for
(; Sigsbee Scruggs over there that the change came jut InI '
at 7:30: p.m. I .
Nice to see Dolly Sullivan back or time for the opening of schuo' ,-
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j .e-flflssss srsssrssssrsregsrrsrsrrrsr.srsnssrpr I Mr. and Mrs. Louie Dempsey of Mrs. Ovid Lewis was called to I weeks in the Bradford County Tele1 1
of Florida. in the elgrhnV.nrrr ---
Graham I Tchula. Miss last Friday where Wildwood Plans Labor grash .
were Saturday eveningguests Large Day Hated this ( *. of the t'nitrd Str.
22 day of August, 1962. .
J. B. | For Three <3\ Justi.-r t.f II.prl'nw
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg.! her father, Bedwell. was (OFFICIAL SEAL.) A J. Thorn, Cm,' .
t :S'i
Ann and Linda Johns returned j I! operated on last Monday Mr < 1.rk nf th* Circuit Court Florida
Py Marian I.. Crosl.y, Deputy ('lerk .
home last Friday after spending ;|'Lewis' mother, Mrs. Annie Lewis Celebration In Jerrell ParkPlans I 1':1 4i s 19 For da.lloXern. i ; >

two weeks with their unclp and of Keystone Heights. and sister, For Secret.i- .

II r t C.IN THE NEWSMr. aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christyin Mrs. W. G. Baxter of Jacksonvilk I :.NO11CC OF INTCNTIOV TO For of Attorn-\Florida. ':.

I Augusta Ga. ]; are caring for the children during fur'I'cI\\"od ,. 1S*.">2 Labor bin. Day group -tage its annualelebrations I. iiKi.isiint FiniriotA IR For "'" -tr'. -

______ _ _ ____ i I I. her absence. Day celebration to be held in (. for 15 Noli.--I ihereby piven that the''I; Ft" '-" tiTi.". .ir i
I i a year period. IInd"r' i igped.: ii'iiUr the prons.on' .
I I Mrs. Sarah McCall of Palatka Jarrell Park 1 underway of ,'hat't.-r ;o I!-.:: Uiwf Florid trim d.I
I, i on Sept. got | Immediately after the agreement V > nlI
and Mrs. C. C. Hopps and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatum of and Police Chief and Mrs. Jamer Mrs. John O. Scott of Jacksonville I here last A< ts of r.Ml. will/ rt giiwith Mn I iuit.--,, "
and Miss Shirley' Mor I Boynton Beach flew in last -I I I I week. was signed plans got under 'lerk of the ("11'f lilt tVuit t ,md ,I'M ,1tht
I son, Jimmy Friday McCall and family of Safety Harbor former resident of Starke E. R Ward. pre.iident of the: 1! way for the staging of the 1952 for f"ratlf"rd'unn' Sttutt: of I-'I"t -. .
gan of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs to spend the weekend with I i da. up.-n r.-niit of il''' .f f ji.il.;, ., -, .rI'
I were Monday guests of Mr. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1 >: lr.l}
i I Wildwood Labor .,. .. ,
Day Committee: i celebration. ; .r 'ht.- .nf, p,. f. : .
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C. T. and daughter, Jean Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth and s ;oo. -
, Beasley and Mr*. Jesse Newsome and i iI i Harry Mooty last Friday and also Inc.. called a mass meeting of all !' I: piin. of H.trdv I PioMi r- :Motor i't I. I.I' I.
I of Lake Alfred will be the long Mrs. George Roberts in Lawtey. I family.Mr. j attended the R. J. Davis funeral interested The committee voted to stagea .: .I'anuntl..r ho !' \\ .ir.' -i.r.itr- -I! : ,,. .
I i citizens to meet in the Basket Picnic this year but in liii-mt- at rti'n T> nipltStaikf. \ \ .
Labor Day weekend guests of that afternoon. I :: Fla .. Ii II
icily PJ.it rh
Mrs. O. L. Beasley] and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Susan Andrew, who bar ,I and Mrs. Robeit Turner I Hall to plan the activities. I stressed the fact that there would I t-r>.-ltd in -., 'I 1 !i. 1-,1'i i-'arti. .01.- ."i_ i 1I' ,. ,
TOI.
Kincaid.Mr. been quite ill. is spending several and Mary Ella Turner spent the j i iI Mr. and Mrs. William Norris i(I appoint committee heads to ready ;jbe plenty of sandwiches and followI'Ji, ,' .\ ,
ill. .. .
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the i k. l-'LL. .
weeks with her daughter, Mrs. 'I weekend in Valdosta, Ga. visiting |i drove to Ocala over the weekend I grounds. plan a top-notch pro. drinks available on the grounds. third il\tPrt st : I
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and Mrs. Brad Locke and Bryan Lynn in Williston. ,j, Mrs. James Reddish and Mrs. Bit! I I Ii to take home their granddaughters gram of free entertainment and ], Mrs. H. II. McClelland. Chair I ,IioiipU- Hai.h. Hainjitun. F.. II".ff
ni.thud
Miss Elizabeth Crawford and Dur- i i I I outline concession stands fOI the Board of Directors int. r -t. }I. j, t .
Brinson. | Patricia and Jan Dodd who man of J K: Haidx. Si.nki Fl.I 1-11.- .
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby and I ire l'n' \ t- \
rell Key spent Sunday at StAugustir.e. had spent the past week here. I drinks cream lemonade, sandwiches i stated that it would be staged ona third intrfstDati F,.. \ I'o't.: -
family of Perry spent the weekend Charlie Powell and daughter I I and the like. 1 d tin.I1' !'! h.cla c.f AuKUst.
For i 101'I I
somewhat basis due tci
limited
.
A.P. lii.-- 41 :t.uU. IIrulr.rcl11111 .
with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby Mrs. \V. B. Sargent of Columbia. I Dr. and Mrs. J.V.. Brownleetfturnl.'d This will be the first Labor Day i the short' time to for it. !4''' )'. Florida! 1kI I I- -itt. -.
prepare For Sl -
Mr. and Mrs. W H. Graham are and family and all went to St. ]Is., C.. left Monday for Portland; home Saturday evening show held in Wildwood since 191? !but that special effort would be "I R !9 4t 9 19 Fin Co\\'I.n"110\ v ..\ r

spending two weeks In New York Augustine on Sunday.Mr. I Oregon to join Mrs. Powell whc ;: from Metter, Ga. after spending when Gov. J. Strom Tnurmond a i Fur 3 M. t- I.. i ,
offer excellent ,
made to
an program \orI( t'oinmi.--
I I: OF r.i.r.( TION r-
City attending the National American and Mrs. H. K. Davis and has been at the bedside of their !i three da 'sith Dr. Brownlee'smother launched his campaign for the | of entertainment. i Itr ,II KntMtn. 'Ihal I. It. \. iHY.l For .! 31tntIt..ard I., I

Legion convention where Mr. |I 1 1 son, George. in the Good Samaritan j I :Mrs.!'; J. M. Brownlee who President of the United States andattracted i l ".'r.lar.r the *tair ol Florida "I t "I' II."
I family who are on vacation for I Tentative plans call for the program I tI.. hrrrln a.h.. nodi... that a For JU! Graham is a delegate of the local whc': Mrs. .I. KVilron
is seri"uMy estimated crowd of ,
an I
I Hospital there. George I <.IMU\I.: ii.i: :<"IIONjitill foil! u I'
two weeks last week start at 11 and con 111.MX
spent 1 to a.m.
post. Mr. Graham's aunt Mrs. \'isit'j several I lir hrld In i ;
was seriously injured in an accident who oas spent the: rat-t 10.000. llrndford ( I.IIBI*
ing relatives and friends in Johns-1 I tinue into the night. Several ;I stale ..r I'lurl.l.i. q.n 'I'ur..d", nttKiirrmlliiK N" N
W. P. Randall of is caringfor Brownlee in ;
Tampa
Mrs.
while on a lumber job three wt'with I The celebrations were cancelled the flr.. 1
: t
la
Monday >
ton City Tenn. and Asheville NM! : rail officials and union leader .
.. '
the Graham children during months ago. has recently recognized -, Metier is remaining there in I during 1919-50-51: due to a city .t.rr. \.11. III.;::. Ihr naia 1'8"- F r '.ii-t .1
their absence. C. In Cbarleston, S. C. the Da vise? I have been invited to speak. da> l.rlna thrmi 1 1. x. UK:: I II 1'-
Harold and Randall 'II his mother and is getting definitely.Suzi tax of five per cent imposed" on I KTII nvi tiF \r.Miir.n I :N' '\
left their ,
sons be the Labor Day Committee The committee voted unanimously For I're-ul. of tht rnitd ftatiFor -. 1
Mrs. Robert Lappe and son 1 I with their grandmother, Mrs. i along as well as can expected i j and Stevie Broadway and II' concessions : : Vur f'riidi of the I'nitedStates 1'1 T..t i ,! Vt k -t
which has been Friday night to go on a .
a disputeever ; '
! i t r. U Mo M III
Bobbie, of Jacksonville spent the L. R. Gooding for a week's visit. j T. Ritch and Mrs. G T. McClure are visitingin I
Mr. and Mrs. N. .. I
since until the city and the strict non-partisan < non political ) For I'tut.d Stnt. Stn.itor: from tin ;t'l.i--M : I'
weekend with Mrs. Lappe's father. June Dansby of Perry is spend-1 I children of Miami arrived Tuesday St. Petersburg with Mr. and M.i'I:: I !" -1 i .\ t n Ida ;-i I iil.it! ,. _"
Labor Committee 111 '. basis and member of any .. .
I I Day < signer any ft- I VI. <1a"o\\ .
S Charlie Powell. ing this week with her cousin,1Janice to spend the remainder of the i :Mrs.! T. L. Broadway who had a legal agreement Aug 12. makingthe part. i I" welcome to our celebra I..r i i.. v I K: ;ra\ S.Amazing. -i.-: t. \

Dansby. | week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ; spent the past week here. L I
fie t to th La t
park ground- I II"I!
Green and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. i ii ii .r
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LEYPRODUCTS -- --
STAN Ii Devrick -- ---- -- -- --
Charles Fields went to Newton, i Mr. and Mrs. Denver

N. C. last!'; Friday to bring home |I i i Mrs. E. B. Andrews of Lake and family returned home Tue- : \I

his mother Mrs. J. H. Fields, and! ,'I[i Butler was the Sunday afternoon I, day after ten days visit!' with rel Social Security Payments Will Not I

I her sister Mrs. W. 11. Ford, who''j'guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. ati'\'es and friends in Charleston. : Value!

Leader in Cleaning Chemicals, relatives there :! B.j W. Va. \ ,
I have been visiting i Rosier.Mr. Spencer and Logan.

Brushes, Mops and Personal for two weeks. !1, I Be Delayed Because Of Increases ,,
I Middleton ret 111 nt" _
Grooming Aids. and Mrs. G. S. Sewfll and I Mrs. ,Yo E.
I Mr and Mrs.V.. L. Edwards 1 1I \Vaynesvill N c :
Stanley 'Hostess! Receive children Ann and Murf, of Mart- ; Sunday from 5 PIECE

and daughter Fredrika and Mr. I! the week with accompanied on a v.ica: ,
Gifts FREE anna are spending She was :Mi 1'.1 ( V .\i '.' ,,' l.i '
I Valuable Hostess I ; .11 i' [> MI ii'agei \\ \ 111. !j'l. M'd lilt 1 lea-i1 ,
and Mrs W G. Struth all of Jack- and daughterinlaw. -': there by her sister. Mis
I the Sewells' son tion trip ..t! 'hi- ( ;ainr\ >\ille Soi i.il St' UH'M hi'nellt'! t to .".". ji. i < lit of 111.fust \7
DOROTHY FORD Dealer sonville were weekend guests of Mrs. Cecil Sewt-11. i of Jacksonville. II I :
Mr. and I Mae Dowling LIVING ROOM
I
I cunty onue. dues nut b.I\'t) 510i() ni .neiage inonthh ,
Phone 2:>6-J Starke, }1a. Mrs. W H. Struth and Miss Kate
Struth Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. McGuff of Mr and Mrs. Don Parker loft I that th. job ot mi'ieasingI 1-2 earning'alter IJCid pills 15 per i icent \\

II I I I Montgomery. Ala. are visiting Monday for Chapel Hill. N. C'I million social securiU paynwlltrwill of the next $200 The < fiVrt':

their -on-in-law and daughter, lr.1| where Mr. Parker will be. speech. J! cause any delay in mailing is an increase of up to $;) a month I Phone SO Starke Fla. :I GROUP

the school 01 i the September checks. due about The increases provided for dependents \
at the with
.. .. and MI s. \V. O. Engram consultant \
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State Farm for two weeks. i Education at the University of October 3. and survivors are ir

I North Carolina. During the past'I About 3,200 people in the six proportion to thos. for retne<' Sofa 'hair ( offee Table! I Lamp Table Table i .amp
THEATRE
I Mr and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and year he held the same position, counties served by; the Gainesville] workers. The amount of the j pt'\

STARKE family vi-sited Mr. and Mrs. W. li. I with the schools of Bradford. Field Office A.lachua. Bradford ment for a dependent ot a sur

Tenly and family in Gainesville County. Dixie. Gilchrist, Levy and Marion. ,' vivor depends. on th, a'i oiiat o'

on Sunday. j are entitled to the monthly payments the worker's benefit I
Dedicated To Service
Community Leon B.
Fyt. 1-( andIrs. because of retirement or A representative (If t tht (d.imt-;
"Movies Are Better Than Ever"SUN. MrsV.. J. Epperson, Jr. and Triest'sI I
Triest returned to Sgt. death of the family breadwinner: ,, ville Social Security Ofi t-w ill h. L
daughters Mary Sue and Sally All .
I station at Fort Huachuca and practically every family on at the Court Room of the (Court !
MON. AUG. 31 SEPT. 1 -
,, Ann, were visiting in Tampa St his parents.. I i' '. 1.
; I after a visit with the rolls will receive more money House in Starke the second Thin.-
Spencer Tracy Katharine Hepburn Aldo Ray Petersburg and Plant City from E. Triest ol I
Mr. and Mrs. S. as a result of recent amendment day of each month at in' am Ie<
Thursday to Sunday and in Jacksonville
INPATand Theressa. I to the social law. Hit .
security answer questions on old-ag. i. j'j'I k
visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. L _
I "If the increase does not show and survivors insuiamc 1log ran U :. 3
5.
Richard from Tuesday to Thursday I Charles J. Harris of Washington 4-

MIKE I D. C. is visiting his sister on a check when it arrives early and interview applicant t ,i hei' C ..- .-. : '

Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith an? will take in October and an increase is due fits under the piogntM! !
and '
I Mrs. Lex Green
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the Bet a later check will make up the I \ '
"One of the gayest comedies of the season'Says home with him his daughter.
State Farm spent the past week i in :: 114011 Harris, who has been difference. Mr. Van Antwerr Five Awarded Drivers S 179.95

Time :Magazine Waynesville, N. C. During their : the Greens for two weeks. added.

PLUS LATEST NEWS absence Butch Smith was visiting visiting The table below gives some ex Licenses Tuesday : :.. :- Sale Price

Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Bitch in Jacksonville :Mrs. Wilma Dockstader and son. j aniples of the amounts of increase : -..-. -- -
v .--- j .
and Bob Smith was visit Billy returned home Sunday ,aftEspending provided by the new law for those Threeliite women ,lid; t UM, .tq5-: .

TUES., WED. SEPT. 2, 3 ing his grandparents. Mr. and the summer in Elmira whose payments were figurec1 negroes were given driver'licenses :- 159"

Featuring the beloved songs of Stephen Foster Mrs. R. A. Weeks in Keystone N.Y. visiting Mrs. Dockstader'I from wages after 1936. (This in following examinations

I Heights.Col. I father and sisters. eludes all whose payments! started! by the Highway Patrol Tuesday

I before 1932:: and most of those afternoon.

I DREAM OF JEANNIERay !. and Mrs. Harold Wall and The E. A. Strout Realty Agencyhas whose payments began this year.) The Florida highway Patio! /offers Sale on this group ends Aug. 30.

family spent the past two week made the following transactions Most workers
retired receiving exams each Tut-sdav attet
Come it and
it!
see you'll buy
and
Tenn.
Middleton and All Star Cast in Goodhttsville in the past week: seller- payments will get increases of noon from 1:30: to 4'(1: ( p n' ;.UK''!

Waynesville, N. C. Col.! and :Mrs. i Robert Weaver of Bayard Fir from $5 to $Q.60 a month. The Thursday morning.! to 1.l :!! iinmiGetting I .J

PLUS LATEST NEWSTHUR.FRL Max Snyder of Jacksonville oc V.'. Tatum of Bear -- .. ., .. .
,
,
buyerT. workers .
average increase for retired their licenses \\ < I n 11- ., -- d' -- '-- -- -'- ,
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Wall cottage on ofi -
the Harold south -- -
.co -- -
cupied I Creek. 30 acre farm will be about $6. In general Ina H. Vitsky. 54. MisN..IU.: I -
SEPT. 4 5
Kingsley Lake during their ab i Lawtey: seller Lester Slade of benefit payments to wives Tanner. 17, and Mrs: Hi/. 1.!

sence. Hampton. buyer Mr. and Mrs. I. widows children or parents wil!! Howell, 46. of Staike oil! ""L" '"

ISLAND OF DESIRE \\". J. Underwood. 19 acre farm at be increases proportionately; .
Mrs. E. C. Moons and daughter. | I winning driver's pemi's, .
Hampton Lake; seller-Errol Van Antwerp pointed out, however ROBBINS'FINAL
Sue. and Sandy and Benny Saxonof j' Willie Trueblood, i 17 ;:1", ,
Starring Linda Darnell spent last week at I Alvarez, Starke buyer-Glen j' that the increases for dependents

I Pompano I Searing of Jacksonville two lotron and survivors will be less Cove Springs, and! M- : .t( ,
MrsMorris'
PLUS "GHOST OF TOWN" CARTOONSAT. Kingsley: Lake visiting
son-in-law and daughter. Orange street. I than these for retired workers Tuiner. 22. of La\\ I' \

., SEPT. 6 ONLY BIG DOUBLE FEATURE 'IMr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. The: Mr and Mrs Charles Hardy an! | in most cases, these increases will

)I moved in Sunday after be about $2 to $5. In a few \rvnri: 'iorri.it l ;
1 Denmarks family \'isitfdrs., Hardy'smother '... CLEARANCE
III Clrrln'l ( .
.fI JlrIIH..rtl
I .n"
Pecos i spending the summer out at the Mrs. G. E. McCauley in: families the increase to the re I'liiridii: In V'hani-i
River and Motor Patrol
tired worker himself will bring Kr.uik I: .. ,' I l-" -
| lake. I' Palatka on Sunday.Mr. ,
the family total up to the maximum I ll.lll I I' l..k I it I ILL r: .1.1Nwflrp SALE

PLUS- Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon and :Mrs. I. C. Harris an: amount permitted by the To \ ,.p..r. -

I and family and Miss Kay War II last week in law and no increase can be made To' l.llll.lll I I I I'. I I. ,
Gary spent .
Cartoon: "For Better or Nurse"CHAP. son lI in-- l i- .:ti.i i I i1 -- -
wick of Valdosta. Ga. were week Douglas. Ga visiting Mrs. Harris' I to the dependents in these cases. Fr.ui.. o. I'.ilif.n I II''.i
Summer Merchandise
7 SERIAL "FLYING I Mrs. M. R You ale he:tI.s. i,. i Greatly Reduced.
DISC :MANIP j I end guests of Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Moore J -lilt, fo|

!I Judd. I Mr. Harris returned on Saturday: INCREASES IN SOCIAL l >n-.. ., We must make room for our FallMerehazdjse
SECURITY PAYMENTS "a1"1, I .I 1 ", -
YUU FIND YOUR NAME CONCEALED IX THE BLAXDIXGDRIVE while his family will remain there ,. K.I
C. Stith and I a 1"\ II.' I'' "t i UII I -I -I\
Mrs. M. the Septembeichecks I
I Dr. and (Starting with I
IN I \ oil .11 : li I t-l '
OR FLORIDA THEATRE ADS CUT for another ten days. 'I I 1
AD OUT AND PRESENT
children. Sandra and Jim, returned due October 3)) I 1\ ,.1/1 r ,i |,i' U t 'I I |,01. I ii < I
IT TO BOX OFFICE FOB FREE TICKETS Washington, D last I ..I" |p'.i "ni, -ii. I I P'' -
their home in Bertha Pearce spent Retiretiorktr .
I to Mrs. I .\' I t.-y p. !MoII- All Summer
Wednesday after spending a week in Winter Haven visiting i Now Receiving Will Get I ... ., ,1 I. I ridj'l' DRESSES

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. who is i1l.I $25.00 ,,tl i I. 'I. Kin.i I ,
month with her brother. B. Haynes. $20.00 ,
BLANDING DRIVE-IN i I I r th.I i1'' I tlo
Brownlce at St. Augustine Beach. She also visited her sister Mrs, I 40.00 45.00 i-i I i" :t- i -
; .-- d! .
-
and Mrs Park 67.50 |If :
Marion Pridgen in Oakland onI : 60.00
Mrs. T. Saxon
W I ,."I. U -. I II.) k '
Dedicated To : .." Are i Dorothy Rosenberger! of Jacksonville I Sunday. i 68.50 77.10 j I'oliiltl.n-' u ,1 h.. '., : IIf. of Price
I Mrs. Leslie --- d i t \ \ .Ij Regardless ,
of and1Ie :
THEATREIoi. guests Worker 1
were ,
.
CommunityService tt..r I N. D. Curtis ol Tinn) 'mil. I) III I ,
I Mrs" ,
and ,
lat week. Mr. Will Get$30.00 .
Biggs Thursday of Now Receiving f.ni'e t-a. > \\ -or I .
A MARTIN THEATRE Than Eier 1 Axson, Ga. visited Mr. Curtis' $37.50 II wpt-k- "-. I i. I i idf : .1.
I 'VilIiamSisited her: and sister, Mr. and graph
i Miss Sara I brotl.er-in-law 60.00 65.60 I 1g.- .1! 't 1 l.o -
BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 P.M.-SHOW STARTS 7:50: P.:'1.. t!I parents. Mi. and :Mrs. E. F. Wit I Mrs. W G. Haile from Friday tc, I 90.00 101.30 I lOFFK IAL.I I U.i' NCl I :

OPEN EVERY NIGHT RAIN OR FAIR j I hams in Cross City over the week I Monday.Mr. I 102.80 115.70 Ma'iaii; Tk I. (of'i ,,-it tinIU -T > ,I II $900 'ity

I t>nil. : and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and I II i Will.lt1owf'r.. parent or. t-liilJ

Pri.-. Sat. Aug. 29, 30 Mon., Tues. Sept. I, 2 I"i's Sue Biggs of St. Angus I family were visiting Mrs. Charles'f Now Receiving Will Get I In rirriiil:\oncl Court TOi'i'i, llrnilfi.nl. \n i ".iinti.Plorl.la .

weekend with Mr, Mr. and Mrs. W $15.00 $18.80 -.
une pent the Hardy Sr. and 'I' : In I..n..r.. .
THE dud Mrs Leslie Biggs.Mi ,I H. Bryan and children in Gaines 30.00 33.80 :M.-n. ';:i.ill.iKh: I I" -
.1. ; .III.'lh.I'of".d.1.I
;
I
LAST ; i I vile on Sunday. The Hardy 45.00 50.70 I C-, 1)
and Mrs. Driscoll Handley, them Billie: 51.40 57.90 I :Notice Tn < pt>..r.
OF THE ; home with I
brought '' ,
weekerugile.'tS J ) |l..hn.J :all.l! IK! '
Ji uf Lakeland were who arspending Widow and one hiM '
CRATQUI1.AWS I Lee and Ydxah Bryan drill'i and ailfln" .-
of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone with theii Will Get i 1 You arc here y ii: ,' !' a
week Now Receiving
I this
t% IA. I I I suit for Divorcf 1i-i 'fI
Martha: Landrum spent last week cousin. Charlene Hardy. 30.00 $37.60 I .eainst you in I-, ,
.
60.00 65.60 I ed Court and csus.il \ -
\ I in St Petersburg as the guest of !i Mr and Mrs. T. R. Connel! 101.40 I quired to SPTa! ,'.';n'swer Sizes9-52 ii
week 90.00 or pl '.Iing -
Heiir.ert and this
,
Harru-t
i have returned from a vacatiori 115.80 I nlaint m thPlain' "
1 Harriet is the guest of Martha i in other point 10 .SO 'T Frank I.ai' 1111. .-.
!) Starke i, rip to K. y West' and Widow and three children! I and file the t ginal.! All' Ladies' Summer ALL sr.MMEK
of the n >ri. I h. -
i Mrs H. L. Hough spent ten day in i South Flontiai Now Receiving Will Get on or I,, f..r-* :2,. ,1!

l\AL|\ Aiken S. C. visiting he son and i $O.20 $15.30 hr, 1932.: : : "' 'ii.-I"t SHOESKejjardless
JEtJN1NGSJ
m "

I I\ [ daughter-in-law.Merrill McMillan. Mr. and :Mrs ; Local Man's Father, 133.60 64.20 145.50 65-60 ,. This'aid >;' ... sha'1 l it vonff.ised S SKIRTS

& 11 163.90 'once each week fr f -
\ ; 150.00 of I Price
\I Cartoon "Double Cross I live weeks in th1 I I'f: iI i- I

'I' $...... .. ('U I t Q' Ilace"i daughter Mrs ,:Michael Elaine. and Gilhooly Mrs. Clayton and- Dies In Georgia i These are illustrations of payments I I Telegraph.f'atd thi-, 27 d.iOFFICIAI \ -. i A DBLOUSES

I ( SEAL A
'ae under law and under .
.
present
guests of rand .
s.r., i MRS. V. S. ST. JOHN Crawford were I ('I..rk of -
Mrs. Thurmond Collins of the 1952 Amendments for persons ; ly :M.r..tt. ). 'r ,

!J flIJ1EA. WI! SURM ( U.-iin St. Mary's Sunday. 1 Mr I sat J Foren an 77; one receiving benefits for August I __ _
-t -
Wed. Thur. 3 4
... ," nit( FOIIU ."'ria Itt'J Sept. of Starke s frequent visitors during : 1952 whose payments were figured NOTICK Hi .\1'1'1It::

., < \t._.n-fcfkf> w,!iuito For Sale I --Cut flowers. ('hr}..an' the past y..ar'lth his son ''on covered earnings beginning ir III PlArldnt Clrrnlt In (('ottt hanrprv. Itrndforil ( ount >, I

< f-.1 MM)*.CM,..* Inrltr themunis in all colors, also in puts and granddaughter died early 1937 i ij :th.-t! Stuart Plain "

Also Cartoon ""Count) Cousin li F.'oun Christian St. Tuesday in Waycross, Ga. from a. j "The 1952 amendments alcprovide I Stuart. -ft-ndant I $149
I
0. PLATS
., f
,
heart attack. for larger benefits tc I >..*tr.. T. %pnmr.j .
MRS. J. WAINWRIGHT '" I For !'ale-Bnell's lubrui Gloxinia I i .
I T'Jamps "
a ,,, __ tc Funeral services were held inichol1s. 'people whose social security pay j tuar' .
hulbs and MN-d. Time Ii [ and addr -!1 j i"' :2"-! '
Sun. M-G-MPRE5TS .41. :\ Ga., with church service\ ments are based on earnings after Alto. California
Aug. 31 ONLY . $1.88
Christian
Young. '
I{ F. rebv,
| vAn h
plant mm. i Church of! declared ar- ro :
B.CLA 1 jat the First Baptist 1950. Mr. Van Antwerp -
GABLE tut for divorre and r- -
ll Uz ;; --i I St. I Nicholls. Wednesday afternoon 1: A few benefits now being paid art I'maiden nam- va-. .
'
and !, at 3. based on earnings after 1950, and against frIll in thc a>.. White and
ACROSS THEWID' Mr and Mrs. A. M. Sieg ;'Court and cause ar ,1 1 1quired -
: I Mr. Foreman was a familial' :jin the future more and more will to serve a r. iwer i-\ '. ... Multi Color EACH1tflI.adie'
': MISSOURI I family are spending ten days' attended the, I ,, !' or nl"i'1. e t i
and law
to Starke former
) visitor jbe. For these. the -
,
r \4 1 I on 'h Pla I' 'j: visiting their families in Colum- First Baptist Church. that the amount of these ''Ha,.,.. 302 < -n F.i' .1'! ,:
.
provided
'. Size 9--I(0
[ I I vill.--. FU.rnd f
,
Ohio. include his son
O bus and Kenton Survivors here
tECHNICw. } payments would be 50 per cent of i in the IIff. thCircuit .
Dolvin Foreman .
and daughter-in-law, Ci .1 "r '
"__ v T y SPlC1AtUt: _. Flora and Susan Slade are visit 1: and their soa Dolvin Jr., and i the first $100 of the average i day ..f S< ; .. to1'' .. HOUSEDRESSES 1.99
1'lim [ the aH > "I'a -I -
>
Cartoon f- :
Shlp Ahoy I lu'art"'n "Pilgrim I'opeje". ing their cousin Miss Hildarene j granddaughter Mrs. Marie Fore- monthly wage after 1950 plus If will be ttr '. ...rf.-.J ',:: .. f

Jackson in Bacontown, Ga. l'l'a per cent of the next $200. The 1 i This p -liall bf p -'- 4 .
-
l a Colsen. lone* each week: for frur rrr-- I -


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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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Register Purchases way patrolman for this area. LIST OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL Hudson M F. Sr Noegel. Gene W. ,anal, E. 'i 1 'W R
ofJf'I
Louie
Y.
&Wtl. Warren. Y
I And if the good safety record : Hudson Mrs. A F.. Lee. Margaret F.. P. Ethel O. Sul\aD. T
ELECTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA TO BEHELD Sr. Lewis. Thomas J.: I Ben TVatttn. Alb," \
Station For Norman Edith Sull ivan.
I Percy ,
$10,000Freeman keeps up Bradford County Hufstrtler. Warren, Ru II
maybe ON NINTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER I Lloyd Leona \.
A.D.,1952 : I..un'dtn. "wame. Jessie E. I Sch mitt. Chal 11. Turner. Roy \ Wiley. Jack
able to lower its Hutstrtler Wilma George H. Nichols. Y. A.
one-year rec Ltle. I Smih. :111.Irglnla Truby, J J W ,

Register Jr., Gulf: distributor ord low of two deaths yet: in 194 E Adkins: A Z 'lovers ttle, WillieM Ennis. Mr- NV\a Vf Hour HoN.. c.P. n.n.. Jr. Little. Addle Nichols Robbj" I.. Tixon S lle. Wimbrly: k. '

for this .-\n fj .Kl>trle. Ills KusellrM 1(13 Smi th. FIIII..r Shl '
area purchasedthe Howt'. Marian S. Lark. "it'y I..f
and duplicated in 1947. 1'"h.. E R Olen Mary Anne Thornton W E ;
Howard .
wards Jean \\ }{all. Jimmlt' Lee RrrtirSimmons.i ', ;i.. '
I
Alvar.z K .
Gulf filling station north of A J.WI titian Hazel Thomas
Pio-l.v'. Man..n, L Eberle, H\J'-..II A. J..f S. X. W.i'
Starke on U. S. Highway 301 from Over a six year period between Anderson A. t.". PookV.' '. H turrlltiward C Ht'rnwall.Hutlhtorton.I'Elory E. Lt'lnhard. Fred v@r"trf'.t.. R. S. I South. Jula To.n 1hurnton. Iary \Iii .,Iarh._ i I
11
1'. A
1946 and 1951 Bradford County Alderman, Nora Prosby, A I It Eberle I MrR CEllington. l.f' I O.t'r"trEet. Allle : Scutt \ A Thomas. Mrs. I 1 ;
Hf'rnwall. Fear E. .
\V. C. Jones recently for $10,000 'araway, Joe Lon A LJl'in. ( L. Owen W. : knt. Lillian Th''Ia: T:. L t\trd. \r
has the 23rd lowest death rate Adkins, Lo.sAnd.rson ; Jazt'n. V. C. l.tnsin. Ales O. L. Owen :Mrs ,''lara : I"'I
according to records in the circuit I I'ameron. Kaibaia .Ellington, Mrs Selma Clf'one \fat 11" Y Th"npk n- i I'.1.41\ S 1StrLng.
Mvrtle I.fwl Elmer E. Owen. : ', .
among the 67 counties with only Annetta Ellison VameEdwards. \'irlt I"b..r" :1. \\ \
court office. Aharez AnnieAndeiMin Prosby, Albert L., Jr. J !.I. Jr. 11a11 fall.. Edward A. l.will. FACT Owen '\" F'. K F:. 1'.n; \ -. T' : "j. I

28 deaths as compared with Dade 1'ros+bq, Violet Vf.Ponner Ellis, :'Ir-. Marti Marguerite M. Lee. Lillian Ormond J. F: Impson. Jtts l.rhte''a ,1.11..1 \ ,. "! '.1"o I Iprnrr t

Included In the sale was an County's 586 deaths during the J. L. Herman L. Iloward Thomas I..f'. Th..lma L. Owens. Grorgr: } : .1n11"i" 'h"l\a ,d\ \. '.:. S l
: }inward .
adjacent grocery store and trailer Ah'artZ.inn'lIt! Christmas, James A. Futr'h. C A. Harrell ( J. Lnl'. Mack Outla i".n H. :11 h. }"II. \\ Thomas. ', '. R d I, "rllh. ,

same period according to the Department AndrewMi :?. Edith Phristmax, Edna W. Fernandez Eva / J }f. I.. Curtis T. ; 11"1.1I ...th."t.; _

court on the one acre site. of Public Safety in Tal Alvarez, HattieAndrews Phasteen, J. R.Phitty. Futch, Verdi.i S. Harrel.. } J. M. Lf'C' Roselle I p..rkin Illn :1 J"lw1'! ..I. t1. 1.1' it r .
Mrl. J. Lewis. Mrl' : K. I ,. Th.1 'i.: .C .
Randall F. Fernandez isahelle J. Olt Ferryman ill-fiII. I 1 I.! \ r .1' t ; F" .
The station located across the I lahassee. NelleAlvarez. Parratt. A. 11. Flynn Ceorge !t. Hender" Mrs. E. Lee. Albert 1'1'1'181. Loss I :. I:. \ ;, \ Th"I' .1' \\ 1" \ I

load from the El Rancho motel j ,ErrwllAnderson Conway, E. P.Pnnner Flynn. Florence Ha llenderaon milton E. E. Lee. Mrs. I.nnp 1. ". J. :'. 11"I/; I Lfhtr ,
AlueAndrr.son Ernest
I I. JulIa Parka. Ethel 'h..n.I < "
Eula Mae Flynn 4eorge |' Jr. ." Ma. H. taJI \ ;" 1. : I'
is one of the Bounty's oldest such Fertilizer Rates George, A. C...llIon'Thoma!' F. Franklin. John F. flamtllon. Myrtle Lee. Eugrrir I'olmm/ur Phillips, F.. F' S II.HI I, \ "'h.m.-! I Il i \1 ,

establishments. Jones has had it I A'ulr..wo.Anderson Eva; Poison, Catherine G Futch. black sFogg Iat"tt'n. Julia t r I'hil,..! Mrs fosa :1* n'. .I h- I I : \1 I r' \1't"lO .
AVeslev H.
,! L. Prews'!, LouisPrews ; MrMillie J. n. n. J.WI.! O\1 ii I..ar. Iles n'rlh.1 : E.I"\ 'il"la- \1 \ ,
for the past three years. To Be Hiked A-\ ndrt'wIro, Maude Bessie M Fuller :\Ir-. Martha Hogan. Elizabeth Lewis.: Mrs 0\ Id (G. Clyde G.I : Starling ..1... ,: h"m.l-, V! ii, t I \, .1'' J61uh
I..xand..r.1.1'1'
Register said he panned to dc .U..xander Ada ConwaLacy C. E. 10Im..l'. T.enward L..ggttt. Allen I'ri."t. All'''. ('lyde 'II :h h '1..0. 11' I l1 I''' ...
\\ lima Mrs J. .
I I!I Prices farmers for mixed Conway, Farris H. Fogg, Jewett ,' 1.lt..n. G. I'uul. A T. :1"1' I:. L.'I : I: ,1 .u1. T
some improving on the enterprise i, pay Aspfnwall Mrs Margaret I'a/WI", Alver Fowler, Har\ey n. n. Mc,'Millan. Merrill 1'.1. )11'Iil.lrd K South, '11- hl. "''h"m.I'i{y .I. '. .1,1.. 1, '

lut did not elaborate. j I fertilizers are expected to increase ('r@"If'rIf'rritt W.Fitch. Robert Ilutrhings. Annie Mac 1kKinn.otr. !' Iva P.wt'l.f'd I artier I ,I' \"r.. -hI h
II Alvarez MrPorine lil'kl. S. } Ftruth. K.,'. \ ,
by approximately three Pribbs. Herbert Ferry, Mrs Mary F. R frKinnry Melvin I i Tu.k..r : I ,1 !'
;I per Albert. Julia a "I
Cummings. Ollie MaePox Fillngim, ({. A. 1.k. S.ta JfcKinnry. A. IJ'.k.. S. 1... .11' SI rnth. :I l. 'i, !l 1h"I.I'.0! i \ire' .,

.cent as a result of freight rate Alvarez S.; L.Amprazes J. ('. ''11'1'. Filll glm. Mrs Josephine 101mtl'. Marvin R McKinney. 1Ir" .\. E. 1..k. Mrs: Myra D. St,'\\.I t. J.II' F n .! N ; .11 1\: ..

Bradford Co. Ranks I I boosts recently authorized by : MrsPU ('ox. J. I'. R Hal. F. MrKelery. J 4. IlIw..l.:1. c'. t S t Johr. \11, 11.' ""I., 1 u i L t.;

rah 1.1 Carlton J. P. Farris, Linnie Ah.> Ha.J Thf'lma Eta Minty'rr.. T J. (Ri) :1 J.h. Mildi, rl II Tlnm.\! .\ I 11 ...,n. :
23rd In i state and Federal regulatory Arnold Joseph II. I .iu''se ,.. I:, \r .1
Safety j ('rollbv' II. 1 K. Flynn Virgie L I Mr ) PI .t'I. Mary liar- tr kllll I:" Thol.I \ h,' ,
Ifif.lnm'
Andreas l. Jack ,
Mrs. K. E. W. \ '. ,
Th..ma
M..Kt' ,
Reid District ; n: P: Flynn Elliott J. rw Frank riet Ir' I: ,' ; 1t t .
I I| bodies, A. Mann Andrews Mrs J..wd Caxsels, :\11'''. NancyFrant'iF, PaulinP. Hu dson. Alrfd n. Fl,'Kt'I\\.. Iles. J _,. Pulum. F.. !.. smith. 1V Thc'rnl"1 :1 I: t\ I A.mll. .
]1. Iludson.
Bradford County went through j Director of the Jacksonville Of- Andrews. Chasm Randall R.Phism Francis, Fred ': J:'. Hood, Lillie 'ortDe M'Raf'. B. E 1. 1 1. F'. J. : 1 I Thuma".Fr1 I }I'.1-, lies I,
Koine J. Mr' I Thoma>. ; ,
the first seven months of 19521 fice of Price Stabilization an _\<1am". II II Katherine Far f'r.Irs.. 8<:'a. hall Sharon Ma 1fcRal' Mrs Ethel I./um. J. Sullal.1.d.1 \1111. .. ., IIh.Sull.ln. .
,I Poison, Ressie. A. trice S. Mc'I'Ilan. T. ,4. Mae II"r"lh\ 'I'huntxs E H ,11, 'r!'
with only one traffic fatality according nounced this \'l'etk.Manufacturers Adam. Mrs. .N'orma J. ('olson. 'lara F. Farber G. Lloyd Hardf'nbro.k. "iah Mc''al. ..Ima Peek Frances Smih. I..rr' JII: 'I'hornas "'alt.. "'llanSaml'l. ,- I''a I, .
l Anders: Elizabeth l..ltf'ndorf. P. Co Tillman J. W. 'lm' Tbnma Sad. T. fh..ph"r.l.
: Idy
to Q. A. Purrie, P 1) Mfnlol'h. p. 10..1' \
Fillingim, high. of mixed fertilizers Austin K. 1" Purrie Xorma J. Griffin; T. J. M'J"t'rf'. J. A. Van D I. P. Th"rnqu" I. .1.I 1' '. \\'arn'n. J..h'. '

he said, have been authorized Anthony, Harry ('arrort. Mrs. Coula Jreen, R A. lardf'nlrl"k.. Rupert MfDavld. Ray Pt'ndan'i". E. J. She htrl. bits I P. 'I'rnly. Fduu'ud: 1 \\III.r!!.. }.;
Anthony .
Mrs. Harry Mdnlo'h J PO George P. 'I'enly. Lrnn dShal..r.
James E.Griffin, Mam.e B. 'f'l. Wlfr
OPS to reflect these Aharez bait VAlvarez Crawford Harris. I. G. .. Elzahtth .
by higher I I Plement Herman 1V.Green, :Mary E. lclnlol'h'Ah.. lE'rryman. COI..r P. Hohhif'1 'I'homykins. \1-'a \hll. ( 'are.1

I freight rates in their ceiling { Mrs Ruby (Pook _-\iva A. Green: Lloyd JtJreen Harrl.irglnia }f SicNeill. T H ChariI'; c'l"rlon T. Thornt"n. lilb. I' Earl \.I.. I. "r
A.drew I Mrl'
s < uy M. Tbomal'. J ,
Cook Rosa P.Champion Floyd D MMartfr" W. F.FrraFlry Annie Mae S.hmitt'nlhia I. I r + (
!. prices because transportation I Albright Alht-rt Den E. 4reen Mrs S. Inn HaI. More Mae M.nal'11'1': 11""al<1 Phillips. Ernest T. 8mih. [.xlcis Thoma".o..1 ltrd. R I: :

cost are so high in relation tc Akrl.lglIIc'arc) E. Poison, M. I'earle Irt't'n. Inez A. Ch..rJ'f'r.; Adolyh licAinney. A E.. r.Patten. n. L. I Jar n, Th.ma! U ". /I.: \\.111. I John l
Akridge. Mary J. I luntt'r. (all M. ('. Smith, ,!!>, 'I 1
Poburn Amy II. 4"rxlman, J. L. !fflanf. T. K. Jr.Fatten. Mary 1. Thor H tl.I': I J' ( t'
the value of the finished product I Avery Janif IIAndrews Champion. LnrralnePutchen. Gay, A. ". Sarah A. Me'Clan.fr", T K.Perkins, John Srlhh. h n 'I'nrv.tlr. I ? I lt .. d",i r It

that continued absorption of substantial Elizabeth Robert E. Gay Haze) PaulineiJlasgow Jankt'rlon. Haul Jr. Patrar. }scale I). I' S..II.h. rlrr." Turn..r. 1.1: ,. I t \'. tt .I-d I Mr I:

j I Alvarez. L I.. Loran Mrs. Sarah Harold 1.rton.! (all M'art "'al..r E. I.t.r"n. Jamey i I S"III. MaL,.l 'I'hlKPrn 11 I Ir. N '1.\;. r. IVan' : \\

freight rate increase Alvar.a. Thelma P. ('oran' PulaPoison. Graham WE. Jr. IJdt'bran.! J E !ofHaf'. '" li Pit'kt'tt. c' W i Imp!<"n. L. 1. Th..lao, flan \t! 1" J'.. I ,

rJr does not under Austin L; If.j iriffis. J. W. Nildebran Maxine !.rlf Gre. n 'Is. Pickett. Jiro. ('. W. I Simpson. Laura E: 'I". II K R 11111, J. .
appear possible William S. Harpt'r. .11'ulh'an.
j j Anders. Carl 4riffis. I' jv.. L. R, M.nrif: Ii J Iarkt'r. 11'illiam W. "nllo' P.T"u"I Minnie r t1 .. uxnht. I.

the agency's industry earnings 'Akridge, PurtisArnold Coleman Conway, Ruby H. A. Graham, Nathan Tlarper Dorothy Marie ( l..r H Irlf''f. 11'1'. Nona +: tucotll. \ J. "('h"ma' I 1.11, 11 illiw, ,_ Nil "'

standard. Maryon H Povington. Pr ,. S.Gainey, Irma 1ardf"lbrook. E'IIt' bfcYay. I. C.. 9r T N' J Thomas. \\.t.l.L Sirs A' ,,' ,
Afluar.| John f'.vlngtonIar: C.Griffis, Mrs Kthtrlintfis 10l'l1bf'l. Amelia M Ml''o di'hie. "H. Prf\at. Mrs. )'Iardnt'rt. Struu't. .I.hl.I Thomal'. JaI'.j.! ., "1' In.. I'

Mann pointed out, however, that A<|inar, Mamie Lou ) Martha Mae gar..t I"\art. Iles .1.11 }II 'hllma, \1 I ,. 11 l II-r I. ""d, ,\
Cummings Charles Ingram \'i..r
Ai k..lm.lIJ. nn1.. ( Caines; L. M.ireen Mrs Carrie A McKnight. Pabnrs. J. W. Smith. 11ro Flu 'I'hornr. I' I 11 11'.1'" H..i' \
the adjustments apply only tc A'k"I'man. FledAlvarez chambers L. R. : Ingram Hugh Jr. McKnight, I Inl. J. \\". ; Ilildr 'I 11 Mad.,
"
,. l'ham'.t'rR.lrlC.: L. E.Phristiansen ( Mrs I.lInltH.) Ingram Hugh R. 11''' ... T.. 110"1' Shi.hll' lau1 Thl"I'n., I, 1'.1"
James I.. Sr MTaI \ Elizabeth : ]: N .
bulk sales of the fertilizers. : 1b"lao.
Q r. I John (:ireen.; I. 4'' .n. 1f'lham. hl..lto.Io 1.111 tll 111.11.
Alvarez Arthur IIAkeridge Christiansen./ Edith '.r.raham Alue F.atlJn. Jenkins M.Yay. I. C Jr. l'hI! IJ", Mary +au.. 1ar,11 I" 'rh.mao. ltl'.I' ..11,1" ? I, ,

1 Mixed fertilizers sold in small! Mrs. Cut tis ,'.dr. Alice E.Pole
Albright Sol.Anderson. Carl MPRaP. 'i..rt {'actin. Charles S. \\ ...dr.Thll"a l"I \.1" I, I 1". kppard.
( Mrs
of less than 80 poundsor J. L. Ida Johns. i. .
packages Perry .
Tomlinson tor I'
.
She ,
Samuel Linn Partin. : \Iro :1. tt his "a tlSprner '

. in containers of a gallon or Anderson: Lyle Parter. KatherinePumming.s'. A. P. Criffl rider!'. Ruf Henry,s H. Johns Johns ('aJvin !M'ul.\l'Xt'i Mrs T,H. Peterson.\I./a'. r : : Ir" ) h.I'1\ T.mhlo'ol. .. ,.. !1. N:16nsun..4i: 11 ,. ,
,
Albright, 'riawu .Lu 6 I .
K
Charley H
*oaeseeeft Alberta l'u R. G.: Sprncr. rr Thehn., I'Spenrr
I H..r
less, are not affected, he said. AerLouise Prawfonl.l'rawford'T"f'ttv F. M. Grrrnaria cind"ln. Henry T. John Thf'Im Mromb.llf'mh. Grace.1 J 1at..l.l..tf'rl'r"I. 1'. I llytu.. 'f'ra\kk. Jan \ )1Ne: S I'

The smaller sales are for home .Alvaiez 1 H. L c''It'land'. Y Criffis, Ionar J Irtnl'lIn }c'Mi"l. Mrs Huisn Phillips, Juanita I S'arbr. H. h Twining Nwt \\'arr.-n, 1 I'
.
Tht'lma ,
Alvarez I:
Mrs n Red- Praroon \\'arr..n.
L. Eugene : t..rn.
I..ulo. Tllmlo"I.
(' Criffis: L.lireen \
Camper P.Parpenter Ruby
.
garden use generally and are Anderson Join! D. grave Mf'Kinn.nn Preston Joe I IJohns. Smith. J. '\ 1..mlll'.n. !oIl' .\nnie'alk'r.. Jai'

Andrews. TAndrews D. W. ar"IYII J. J. John !I Smith 'I'nunry. !ol.ynlt I bltld' ,
classified as speciality products Parpenter. Marjorie 4iardner George A. Jones r'Jinn Bahs Pugaley \"r II 111'1. \ \\'lllk.r. j j11"1nl.
Mrs I Emma B. 'rhuntax. Mrs. A. J.. Jr.
Mary '. James 1T.Pope. (lara E J N
Wilard.
VProwell Gardner Iro.llnnh, !fCarth 1:1t. I
which command a higher margin i: Jenkn1.! n. Joni Timmons Robert J
Pope,
R. G. I). fa. !frlmanQ. Mary .\. Henry Siml.nl.Iro ? \\'aren. (
when have than that commanded by the Akridge, Rel.aAkins. c.\\'t'll Edith Glasgow, Helen E. .f'nktl. ( ". A. .. Ft Prevatt. J. T. I t John Hi'hal'd J:. 'rimmons Lena Mae "Warren blunlSlade I '
you enough Josephine ( Johnl. Ruby- T. Joh"l t ,. Sh'Iad ,
C'han\b@'r'l. 5eier. lI..rma'lh'ar..z 11'' McGee. J""t'I.h H.Prevatt. 111'11. J. T T.rudl. \Vlldun. \ 4I
commodity when sold in bulk. .-\ Lucile Martha I. D. Joh ns. n.. Jr. fcOf' S..la liar t' AiM Rt-\ Vi'. I ,.. 111'1' T. H. Torud4. Mrs. Saran 11'hlgham Nts I .
( .nhn \
'l1aml.t'rs. Sara E. Griff, E. L., Jr.
Windstorm Insurance .\1 1:1 I'.z. Dorothy !I.. Colley. Mrs. Jf'1 (.Ul, Prescott John. Allen b!. JIrary. P T. Puree, Nell W. 5nut11. Cleveland Trtatnae Zt'na \Vhlghm. Mrs 1 ,
-\rm..lr..nK. lIul..I'1 Jobn". Mrs. Y. l'kering, L. I Simmons, James F. TrtsUne K "
11. 1.1'Ia Jidr..c r
\\lam"
I'"pt-Iand. }Ir". :\111"rt'l'ham., Mattie M.Grerham. I JohBred J"cI'n 1"1'
ns. Mrs. B Mr'nrd Ii'kf'rlna. Mrs. Pearl Simmons Stephen K Thomas. I:,

We Sell it I WANTED TO BUY Brown lee, H I.. ('...I..man.lark Geiger, O. Morgan C. H. Judd.: Millard McCord Vera E. trek. Allen A. I Smith Austin r. Thomas. 1.111'11 yellS
liishop II .\. Jenkins, '. Winnie McOf't'. Walker I't'ck. R. utt. Roy Thomas. Leslie \. William". Leec
I\a
('hltt} Ivalene P.Phitty ';r..II. Robert r.;.
A I
J.rovvniee, Etta lice Margaret ".al'I'ln. Lillian C. Sulh'an. 11rl' H. n Tilley. W. E. 1Vingatr. bLur
James L.Porbin. Green GladysGodwin lfl.Orif.
Heasley. ; Johns. Mr'' PI' H 111'''. :
Geitrude I ,
Laura '. Perkins. c'lara \Iall'
Stlh"in 1.Tiey. "alwrlght I
Polly John M.Coolsly JC'arth1Ir 101' Burns. IMtvard JenkinI'. Sara F. tuh"lnl'. Mrs. Irene
: ,
Charley E. Johns 'I"rnl'r I. \k. > IISikux.
F.Goolsby. M.Ia. Ir..l'ltoY.
Clark Kenneth D. P. E
Hums, Bessie Johns. Mrs Fr"'le / ). f. I.. Grurgr Thomas, vr..y Wise. Chester '
Ir"'I. I
'hittv, James II. Mrs. I' FGeiger )1'1'
PULPWOODCONTACT% Barefoot P. M. Johns. !olr!'. 1"iF Nrltains. Hl'rl Patray ) Minnie 1 8tarlj'II. Iris Thomas MafC'.k.... 1..lla ll t ,
I'hltt ( !
Mrs. Homer
James II. ,
Agency Har..f..I.I.a..vBnrtiev. Johns. 111'1' Uurothy 1Colain". Mrs. Maurice Lou I ,'hal' J. Taylor Frances. Wynn, H. C
aines W. 1V.. Jr. li..dwlII.'lIn' Lou
GeorgeV.: n. 3tcDnnald. II H"m,'" Taylor B..rn.r ll I 11ynn
Phone IS 8TABKE FLA. Jtess.. Palnes. Sara f;!. Glisson Hermon John. Ilea. Mamit' Joseph. n. Kwlndal Albert I'. 1.11.
nt. W. .\.. Jr. : W. Quigley! J T. ; Retie Taylor W..Ih, JOt W
ollin.. W O. A. I'Tlnald.Iadg.
'I'.onham, MrsV. A. c',1IIn.Ir". GeigerVallaie John,. Mr. W. 8. F.. If'Y. 111'''. :\Irnle Sanders. G. 1-:. \\'.IMh. Mrs ., \
Thomas '
rlydie E.Irad F.
},r"wn.II'!'. Florent ) (1avana) W. I I:. I: 1'glow John Ward Mrs N f:

1!. ,"alC". PV. Catlin, Russell John. Corl.y F.. S Quick ('. Jr Nnd..ro.. Id.. Jfar l'nderhl. Marie J".. 10,
'. Matt.fw I. WiiamI'
'al'
I C. R. Whitehead Bessent Mrs Mary I'ollt'Martha' Mrs. Amy F'hnsenberry. triffi, Woodrowliordon Jon... Mr. Maggie E Janhg.; n..lla Quick. ('. Spl'ry. Pharb.y l'nderhl Paul ". John, tt .

",. I Ttur.It.y. Mi's. Gladvs 1 Olga Johns, Bert 'V. fidd.t.n. W F; (luiek. Mrs. P. H. apl'. 'i"'I'g.. Margie wainwright lug.
R. L. 4riffis, VasioGriff ,
Huniev.: Johnl'nn. Harllld Mid tl'ilvnx.
.. Mrs GV.. A. <1I..n Xnli.1 Ktanfitld, J..hllll" H..I.
T uN' Lawtey, Fla. Battle: MahellHaiksdale l'hri"t''Ihf'rfMr'l.Winnie J'c is, Mandy Jackson. WY. T Mitl'hf'll11'' Luella Ht'h. J. H. Sanders Iar" \Innlng. MI' L 1. \\'inkl..r. r' t \
M.
rUprwtntlna THE TRAVELERS. Hartford I : P (:. Carlton, J. P. Xhelma Earl V. Jaklon. Margaret O. Mr1 Ida J. W.ns Sapp J.: S. \Innlng. L P. tt'ihlamx, : ,
ijriffis.
I Itarksdale.<. Virgie Carlton Josephine F Mlddlel.n. Madge Rftrh. H@rbtrt C. SayP: Pier \ ting, 1. '. H tlllama, 1"las"wt'l.
Mrs. J. D. Grimes, RosiettaGordon
I Bryan:i :Mrs Julia Johnson. Ales. Deborah Marc. :bliss ullir Ritrh. Isabelle : C..dl I.. \anpfy. J. 1. tl alters 11" i St,

Hr..wn. Gilbert Havis E. M. A. J. .olWlon. George 1C. undy. %v. H. J/. 1tAf Olvf' J.: ', 1..inhag"l. ('ail R".c \,dlC'rl wtllu'. ', '\
Mrs A J.
Gordon Jobn.l.n. Mary ,. 1'itxky. Philip Mrs '
n.n'.r. Jerry Davis, U A.. Jr.Pavis Crew John B.Gunter. J Mundy !1'' 1'i. Rt'glltt'r.o'rt'.man :uanhagn I.o. \I'kt'r. .
Hufoul 1:. P. Johnl n. ('arl Mathf'\\:: I., Hitch, .\I"uta ,'iatters, J. M. W.II. lira. 1', re t'
Bur..I.11'1 Lee Ferryman E. H.i Judd Freda .. .. EVII'n ph' r 'harle" C. Vickers, Doris R I..
,
< IrmaBui .
Parhv Phas.Itarhy E.Gardner. MiChf'l. 1111.{ -I"f'Joynf'r. :1" '! \tl".mH :
SERVICESales : Hlnt..r.i Mrs! E. ?v. .
WINKLER ELECTRIC m v Ida Mae Annie P Hazel Bitch. )11'''. rh 10..1 Iuhy: I : Vaughan. Uwrn \\ 'I 'II. Mr.rnb'
Mural ,
.
: Jrrynrr J..wdl ,''
idg.P L. M S ol Harriettrenrr'renrr .II'.n Jlalhe
Hemorest, R. P.Pavis. :1 111'111. Illhard. \augbu.
Garland Gertrudec.nffls ; ,.
111'111", Mrs. Lillie I Jaudnn J F. ( ", A. 'V Nllliam G:, N 1"-, "'
f.1
]Ill.l-. Lillie R. .1Pavis. Clara C. .audfn. Mrs J F. 1elt.n. '. Minni '. V' iota/ T. "'hi. O. R". 1t h. I. ",
I"'if
Luella Guffis, Elizabeth ]I. Jlfrgan. A olattp Ht'd.rave ,, .
Bennett. Mary X.Hr.'W Eotnn Lulu .\ n.l.rl a. ''h I Ethel St tt ii..1, ; ral.t
ii. George A. Davis InezItcmorest Under Ruflis M. Jordan Gram Iaudl' Hfclg.'e.' ) : : f.'r"ay .\ 'hi. Noble IIY: R n., r Ilia. ,r ,
ndy_ ,. Verna J.Pell Hrlff/II./ GeraldGnder. 1ht. 1r !
fee ZENITHRADIO llftllielt SamuelBr.ikej I Johnson Mr,.. G H. T. '\ 'rFuel"
J.'r..da n..va: n.we. Clyde 1111h. J.la
wGy Damon 1-:. B4jeiger Johnson. Grnrge Ij."rllr"; I;. WAIT. \ II
IJIUIM ".mark H. Martinez. KnWP. .{ H. ''' 1 ; MIll I
Emily EvelvnT.reen. .le '. .
,
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Br"\'I. 'ha- 1' Johns Charley J. artin..z. Nellie FtiU'h. earl r' hn.ft..r.: Grorgr "'alnWriI1"" .ne, Th..t"

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George C. Jol" I..il' M..IB.at. "
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224 X Temple Ave. Phone 166 Rishrp: II A Jr. Darby Mrs Chas. Grant StellaGoodwine. Johns. Jnrnthy 1'. Jol'tly.athf"l'. John l.ul'a P. H'w.'. I .

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: Denmark S. Pr.Powling. Thomas
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BiggE L. Jr. Pohbs. Alton Kidd R n. Masters Julia : 1
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Ha"l\'Il. Pleo Douglas. J. KPouglas Hart \f. Kirkland J T. Jr W S H.--. Dorothy.

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Ilatten;, I'. t:: 'Puhart.: Annie 'lIa Hartman Albert" Kite, J R. P Mandy. Luther Iobrt' ,. P. T.

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Mrs James Ben Manirr .. r J ?
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balance in Six, eight: ten or JoeHurdette F.Ifayles. PeV"e. Mr- S.Dennis Hough! H., LHaines Mapel. Ray w. r trunk r II ATTACHMENTS
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I Matbew' e Stern ,4andrum
A L.Crosby. l till.: Rosevelt Jr Howard. Y. E L T Frank Marco S.YI' R Stern i For Pointing, Rug
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P;)uelas. Mr" H Joe A. Frank r' 1. ,
PuMtier. Mrs. PairVPolon. ; iJohn Howard. Bf'ulah Long. Richard H S"Wl'fm.N.unmE... .1 ICh" } J. and Many Other Uses r
I Plarence, W nUol'n Krne-t W HamV <; awson. H A 1.1; r I .

The ideal gift for that boy or girl going aicay I (Crowsim.Crowson I'landePolley. MrAd< lai "un Mr Hertha Howard. Ella Mae I LL! Ada YT" Nal.Ihrthy.NaFwnrthy Elrczb Ii th Sapp.iilrux.Elm.1w'on. I., ,
Henry
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Stum. j.c.; r
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t'anova, Eunice C. Hayes, W L.arantux) Tftma Ntrrl! Bll'm Yr. r i I
to school this fall. i Dommon Hester E N W. Searing. Mrs. Eunice
("arlton Fred lmn 1.
Domnmn.. JamtDuncan. Holton. J G Lamb. Mm-a. Elizabeth : .
PerkiaaIIawann
Panova GladsPrew David P. Holland. Eleancre Sllma :.It I. tuKlt lsn ]Alt -
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Maud W I cparka. S. E. _

Come in and see this beautiful 1 1 P Pannva..in.'Va. Mona Levy A..\. Duncan Daisy Harris/,<, Truman Garnita I I IaN L[.aw'sf'n.. Mr!. ''Ellen E. n. Noegel Norton, Elza.t""..it' P iefJI( ,. lay. Fr""ce, I- -

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Hough Mr !
Alma '. L. E VACUUM STORES
ACME
Newcomb Mr. S. E.
( Sparks.
Plenu nFronia .
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"Quietriter" with Miracle Tab, ,. ..e. Enper.nn, T ra Kazan, Elsie P Mr E. E. NewcomG. 1frs. Gladys I
""p Ru hard Edwards. W M Hathcock. I : iox.
Simplified Ribbon Changer and I i'i"i ..ngWalter Hattie P L aw. Blanchard SII'hol". .1..nI' "". 4.Il.and .
Edwards Ril.? I.i' Henry Mrs A. }T. Martin Norge]. S. ftrlneff'llnw.. Mrs. JOs W. Fors .th St.- Fla.
\,1"11\1; .1 lm Edward. Mrs J'' 11 Stanley ) > Jarksom'ie
Hutto. O P I
35 more outstanding feature land .
Ruth Jerr'll A.
Philker. MrP Wi' W. J. TEonerson. Jt'tye Noegrl. MabI I
Epperson. Hunt. Edward Long. D Newman Audrey foruthy I uould like a free home demonstration at no obligationto
.lenian. Mrs
Mary Por tli !
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Paiini-n. J VP E Edwards, J M H..bbs. Long. Eugene II. Newman. Albert J Sale, Guy H me.
,Ilex. H. GladysHickejr Labiate. }a'I S.wman. Mrs. A irr: Seymour. I
Edwards LurileEnglish. Ellabth
Margery Elma Lee NEW CLEANER: @ SI2.93i
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '-o'n.! Lemuel English Luna O, Ht'h' Charles ... L I'r N"m. 1'brl :1 I". Mrs l.t'trLegtrrtt. i
Jar \ JuanIta V .. .
p '-.,ti. Mrs Ida Edwards, Merrill !< hIt It I. X."r.. H'II\ all". A. ] Name .
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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tendent of the fully graded school I ,' powder.

Training Unions gather at 6:451: I Fire And Old Age Doom Nation's Largest Longleaf Pine :I!, we All understand. .
p.m. with J. T. Lawson director of! : Mix all together, but don't mir are getting ready if -

j the Unions for each age group. i lZ3 '. : much. Drop dumplings from but we do not know uv.

:Mid-week Service will be hell ..i! of spoon in broth. Put lid on t.e..chersi1l be Some hi-

I /A& took for ported that we have tv> '., 1 .
Wednesday at 8 with the messageby : briskly 20 min. DC

the Pastor from the 23rd ; : i rUse the lid for 10 minutes, or appointed for the Clay Hil! ., i

Psalm and praise and testimony I, l1. ,'\' will fall. We do not know if this '"

--. invitation\ Tiose: roosters i Mrs. Ella Carter had .. i i .
period for all. An ." :'t' 'i iIijIR.t : are getting pret-
t
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At The TabernacleThe Baptist Church"Look" extended to all to worship and tc I & -.b I 4- ., % .1 big! now and when cut up and station installed just ip Ir >

i i .....1 i with drop dumplings her house. This makes t'\\ "> f!, '
I enjoy the feljowship) found in thej< I II are
will be the i I think. stations at Clay Hill both!! i
Sunday morning Services at sermon topic I House of the Lord. Friday night

the Tabernacle are always inspiring by Rev. L. D. Haines at the First of this week brings to a close the I F...tay it is a privilege to be a main highway.
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and convey a vital Bible I Baptist Church of Starke this Sunday special services of this week of, 4 ':",ut. They are so much hap. i Mr. and Mrs. Will Dtip- ,' \

I morning. The Church Choir Christian Growth. More than a I r than men. It always seemed to Clay Hill Saturday t..
teaching.! Last Sunday was nc _
exception, and Daniel's dream will bring the special music, directed I 100 a night have attended thes : men live 11a quiet despera- relatives an
by Mrs. Canova. services don't miss your last'' '. and it is up to we women te They called on t'-e Stn. *
(Daniel 7:1.28)) was vividly por. .
I trayed in which three World Empires Sunday evening at 8. the Chapel I chance to hear Rev. F. W. Brock ,".'A' them how kind we can be got a load of ji< i-s ard. \

smith of Hollywood. : :"-aeh love and forgiveness, te for awhile then r..t'lrn"1 i '
of will the !
passed and the fourth it I Choir youth bring
Fistoi I I ,nselfish. That is what the sonville.
Haines
I L. D.
music under the directionof I -
is special
was shown now rapidly comingto ., ,
( ,1 I needs. To a woman who ha .
J a close. These Prophetic messages Miss Aliese Lawson. Requestedfavorite tLj We had a wmk: : g 1; '
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I ___ ..Ken.! her heart is forever kim? tion where we are t,1 build: ', '
give much food for thought hymns and gospel choruses Church of God
>' :.. I all of compassion. She just church the > ind ;, '
and Bible study to members of the will be sung by the congregation I gr \ pMth

congregation throughout the week. during the Happy Hour service I Starke-8th Jt St. Clair St. .._ 'veryone. If men were like for the ere t.: ':: i>; th. t. : '!
..!t fi, there would not be wars Itt
There will 1'1 th,' '
Some of the men of ihe Group The message by the Pastor Sun : r \ "
I, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning X > us to help\ show them that
in for child en day evening will be "The Devi' 'r\o.. next Saturday. u.:. t a> v
are busy a project 11 ;\\1& """ '! 7 ,
and young people of tha town and His Kingdom i! Worship a.m. Evening II I S ; .tdL4; : possible in the mOl IllUg; .1: I s
: Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service bU:*< >tI\1! 'iMI.OVK.
which promises to be tntiitainjogly Sunday School meets at 9'4.;; I Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 'i AFTER NEARLY THREE CENTURIES, what Is reported to be iI : .I"\ as long as you wishYougan

helpful. a.m. with One Wiggins Superin- Ameru a's biggest longleaf pine has fallen victim to a combination Padgett was: ,\ ,r;'
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7:30 Thursday.
p.m. I of forest fire and advancing age. Shown at right while it was still with! the otht'rs.tttln:.; '>. .' -

1 Lawtey I alive, the tree was removed from the Jefferson County. Ala., property TTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLONG iioving old rails piling i *

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning I of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Division. United States Steel when he "routed'1 a c 1,ia-V I A

Worship :11 a.m. YPE Serving Company, after it began to die. At right Ode Roberson of the BRANCH ., '
.Tiake struck it with the h'> i
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Saturday 7:30 p.m. I W. A. Belcher Lumber Company loads the big logs on a timber truck. -
t' broke the hOt' handle: Ho .. '

r" II i I In the year 1677, while Indians tree was a broad, splintered stump. tions through TH's forest lands By Mrs. J. L. StricklandLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the snake.

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor !1 Presbyterian ChurchSunday I still roamed the virgin forest of Time and civilization had finally\ It began to die last summer. possibly LAAAAALL 'i When he started his oir j'., -n
I what is now western Jefferson caught up with what was probablyone due to the combined effect of
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town School at 9:43.: I. County. Ala., and wondered about I of the oldest living things: in old age and a forest fire which Mr and Mrs I Sam Harris, i'ir over his dog which was titter t.I t.I r

PHONES: Office 231 Pastonurn 130 I\I Friendship Class 10. a.m. I the strange palefaces who wereI Alabama. I! swept through the area, destroyingthe 'postmaster' at Max\ ilh'. announce I I car. He went home and had !M -:

I '" II' | Morning service conducted at I invading sporadically their hunti Taken from the land of the U. I, mulch and organisms on which !1 the birth of a son at St. Vincent1 I hunting his hogs. He could '

Morning Service "LOOK" ;111 am. i IPS grounds, a longleaf pine seed- S. Steel's Tennessee Coal and Iron ,'I it fed. When.b f'me \!
"The Devil and His Kingdom"last I J ling: sank Its pot Into the rich Division the tree was cut Into I that the irea Tould.not. be saved !1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley ofI hogs he had left at home' w-
Service
Evening I 'I earth ana began to point Ua green | logs and hauled' to the V.'. kEel]; :I ,bg.,decision was made to turn It I Highland are the proud parents of He Saturday wa.I .. '
time Hear Rev. Brocksmith! tonight, Friday at S I St. Edward's CatholicRev. !' branches upwards. "' 2,;. cber J-t1l.I.U !I Cdmpaify, where Itc1ii 'into usable prodjiCtsT' AM -" I I I i gone says
th.vthe "
'hen reorg Washington was be sawed up into building I Mr. Ilamp''etermned! its age a son. I I unlucky day. Anyway
,, I I I Richard Lyons, pastor. I I 1 Mrs Elgin Lang is in St. ViiiI cleared t'lr
i orn. it ha3 already passed the lumber. Fifteen man-hours of labor by counting the rings on a crog- ground partly
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 AM.] 8:00 P.M. Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. I life span of an average man, and :I were required to fell it, cut section of the log. TheTe Is" one I' cent's hospital: suffering with Di. I church building cI..t.' # >"\

Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions 6:45 P.M.: Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. I was a mature 55 years old. It was '. it to manageable lengths and hau LLi! ; for each "year iAfter growth- -- 1[ beteL She also was suffering We had services! at tIn,' '

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:45 P.M. Confessions Saturday 7:30: to 56 when the Georgia colony was I It out of the woods anfffSSS<&.- ,1- the tree had been cut, its I from gangrene caused from a fiWt I t'io' !h !

8:30: P.M. born with the founding. of a little David Hampe, chlefforester of : Interior showed that it had, ]je.en and I I tWicetnday In spite of II.
I Infection. Mrs. Minnie Moore
VISIT THE CHURCH. WITH THE VISITING PASTOR Children's Catechism Classes, settlejnfuj t Savannah jyhen j a n.!'! o W4! Present_ for the last I 1 lnjured serig sly when It was about I| I l weather. -c'* a.r
few brave aT PhilaSel- saf s"that he believes : 15 "ytafT old A deep V in the her sister Ethel Henry are takingcare
4:00 P.M. men met i rites, it was Lou tCarleI' got his t I M. .
I Wednesday, : !, phia and affixed their names to the largest longleaf pine in the rings showed wherevittid! fefien I of the store. I stuck in a bad place in th> T < ;

1 the Declaration of Independence, United States. According to records scarred and subsequent growth had Sunday Aunt Babe Padgett.
; I his house few das i jI
i near a tjjo \
1 Church of ChristCorner it was one year short of its hundredth he has. the neu largest of 1 o'red the Injury. The cause of Aunt Elsie Adkins and Susie Pad I .
Nettie said it took Lout
I birthday. When John Jones the species falls\! short of its tow the injury can only be guessed: at, the day with Ernie I
10th and McMahon gett spent
I j stalled a little village which, many ering 103:; feet by a good :20! feet, but the most logical explanation : near Jacksonville.Leon \ hours or more to get it out ,

Bible School-10 A. M. I i years later, was to blossom into and lacks two inches being as appears to be that some time before Padgett I Charles Lang is hum-

.Message You'll Never Forget! i Preaching A. M. and 7:30IP.M. : ( I 1 the city of Birmingham, it was a large around the trunk. | 1700, a raging fire had burned I Carter came home Saturday Miami it !seems he wotkcil, ,"Id .

I; venerable 136 of The pine had circumference of into the trunk. -u- rw unexpectedly. Nettie said
years age. a j I to buy himself a car in.l I.
!: c "GOD'S LAST Prayer Meeting and Bible Study A few days ago several heavy 10 feet, nine and a half inches, !i "It looks as though after nearlyi Leon told her he got sea sick or. real nice about bring 111-; '

j I each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. i trucks moved down the highway and measured three feet five I i three centuries of failure, forest i this trip, as the water was a little home from church.
'
f past the community of Oak Grove inches through the trunk. Its 70 fires have finally succeeded in rough. Says he had .seen so much
Everyone welcome.PENTECOSTAL I off this tree," Mr. Hampe I We are to attend lii', l I'i
INVITATION"L.JI and turned off upon a rutted trail lineal feet of merchantable logs I killing he'll never take another
j I : into a forest still thick with virgin are expected to produce 2500 board said, "As big as it was, it alone water will Meeting at Black Creek tln> \\ "'
I We think this idea
HOLINESS I timber. For three hours the feet of lumber enough to builda i won't bring in very much money; bath. Lottie Starling and BCS.M.s: : i II;

1 CHURCH I i woods echoed with the shaip blowsof house :20!( by 21 feet including;;: its value was mostly sentimental."The i, soon wear off as our boys said land are to represent the 11.1"i

: !! __ SUNDAY NIGHT 8 P.M. I Sunday School 10 a.m. I II' axes and the shrill whine ofllOwt'r flooring outside walls, ceiling and I really tragic tiling is that the same but they soon came backto I at the Union. Vondee I Dorm ur"Bud"

Pastor Bob Gray Morning Service 11 a.m. I saws. framework.Thp fires like: the one that final- normal.
I' I Harris Minnie Moore .1!
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. I When the noise had died away passing! of th? tree was a 1 1 ly pot this tree are killing thou- I Clarence and Jimmie Lang of I Bessie Strickland to I
: and the powerful trucks had ground source of deep regret to Mr. sands of smaller ones every year spending their are r.'lr.|
First Church Prayerfeetings Wednesdaynight i Jacksonville are
Baptist HamptonBible their way out of the forest, all) Hampe, who discovered it several and robbing the state of millions Long Branch, seems th.'u'plenty

I 7:45: p.m. Saturday night that remained of the :275!; year old years ao: dining one of his expedi-: of dollars worth of timber." vacation here. of work for Bessie t Li. "
School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 7 P.M. returned fn.m
7:45: p.m.CHURCH. Sam Starling but she doesn't complain. JIM .:

"Hour of Power" Wednesday, 8 P.M. I ( amp last week. We did not learn 0:1: iiiui does what she i in \'.

'SPECIAL MUSIC SUNDAY NITE by the QUAHTETE'REVIVAL I II I OF JESUS CHRIST 'TYYTYTYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYBROOKER I : --- \\ hire hI' had been but it was a: hope to .siyou at I the '

OF LATTER DAY SAINTS : Baptist Camp in South Ciioli-i.i! M-etmg !l.'dav i or S.ituiduALVAREZ'
Masonic Temple, Call Street. I ;

Sunday School every Sunday : -

d I: morning 10 a.m. Sacrament ServIces Men's Clothing

6:30 A cordial invitationis II STORE j I
: p. m. Grace G. BighantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Established 189J

extended to all.CHRISTIAN '
I
4JLturessAfo4r

CHURCHES Friends of Joanne Wait will be

TO CONVENE SUNDAY to hear that t.W; =t POHCA.NEBRF
AT sorry she was thrown See Us For Your :

AT HAMPTON from her horse last Sunday afternoon I Wh'rt'inu 'U..t N past. I take! My life is full and rich. No lifei I .- 4t.. .i.ddt*. ...

: LAWTEYBAPTIST The Christian Churches of Brad. and received a broken ar/j. I my \acation at home, and dream -; without some things that conj -

ford and Union counties will convene -I j Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell and of past ilaj*. in Florida. j i fuse and perplex us.Ve would Generator and Starter Trouble

daughter Sharon. the weekend 1
with the Christian spent 1 I
Hampton not want to lose that challengeBut
at Salt You will come back to :
Springs with Mrs. me, come
Church on Sunday. Aug31.. : I have plenty of work to keer

CHURCH I Bible School meets at 10 a.m. Harrell's brothers and their families -I back again me busy. I have hobbies and sc Voltage Regulators Checked
A the Jack and John Eddys of As when forlorn and crying at
will be
and the rooming message : many people to think about and
Waldo. I the .
brought at 11 by Brother John I gate.I love. Then always my Don tc

, BEGINNING SEPT. 1 Childress. pastor. The Lord'sSupper Mr. and :Mis. L. L. Hardee. of heard your rushing footsteps cherish and cook for. I am now

Jacksonville and Mr. and :Mrs I 'down the lane I
is at 12:15: and a basket baking apple pies and take tin- STARKE GENERATORAND

lunch at 12:30. George 'Ialtin and daughter And felt your comfort, warm : time to write.
REV.
MERLE PACKHAM services begins }Marion of St. Petersburg were compassionate.
afternoon
The
at 1:15 and song the roll call of visiting the Junior Bighams over Never grown otherwise nor taP ,i[' I had a pleasant surprise Wednesday STARTER WORKS
EVANGELISTOF a little after dinner. My
churches will be at 2:15.: The the weekend. I nor strong.
youngest brother and wife and
message will be at 2:30: p.m. by There; is quite a bit of renovation -I And HI your absence always incomplete I
daughter came to see me. They "
.
210 Walnut St. ( Formerlvjiderson' .araget I
Brother Charles :Mojjre of Atlanta going on in our town set'mFas .
Christian College. if the "painting bug" has real Each day too empty, each nite I were on their way to the Black PHONE 22- STARKE. FLV.H. .
Hills and stayed only a few hour !
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH TrainingUnion meets at 7 p.m. I ly been busy this pa.st week. We too long.I as their days of vacation wen Ed Hunt I). Kogeri!\

and is followed by the message have noticed that the classroom follow my own shadow downa
Htrited It made me so glonoush
at 8:00 Brother Childress. at the school are getting a few street.
I : by ,
Song Service Begins At 7:30 :Midweek prayer service it ar touches the Wait home is gettinga Thinking each corner I turn happy but when the car pnllei1away
and I saw that Indiana
EDGAR WILKINSON LEADER : 8 p.m. You have a special invitation new outside paint job. and the may be I i license plate. a feeling of hUIII' Only the BESTs

I to earn anti every serviceI Anderson home is being repaintedon The one where I will find you ,'
sickness for a minute came 0\ ,"
I Come and bring your Bible. the inside. waiting there
me. That is where I shall t l.
EVERYONE WELCOME I Billy Rimed of Frederick Md., Smiling away my troubles .
bulled as I want to 1 r in !' ; good
mlnttK: KAPTIsTS formerly of Brooker son of the instantly.
state where I born.
PLAN HOMKCOMINCi late Mr and Mrs. Oscar Rimes And all my heartaches easierto was
DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS
returned here Sunday afternoonfor bear I II My canned and frt' enough

Homecoming will be obser\.>(' a two weeks visit with friend Once your arms reach and fin* tack up. I hav-e : ..:

SOUL-STIRRING REVIVAL at the Black Creek Baptist Churcli and relatives! I me. once you knowI I tomatoes canned! Ii. "

on Sunday. Sept. 7. Preaching at \\ )1(' :MeetingThe ; I am still that lost childvhc i peaches and pet u \\ for our

the morning hour \\orshin will %Voman'" Missionary loved you so! to mow the front! : I' i ,t"
,
he by Rev C. F. Saunderj of Jacksonville Union met at the Baptist church, I i Sara King CarMon I I noon. Last \\ei-k .. r .ru ,i ; customers!

a former pastor of the Wednesday afternoon. Aug. 20. dear friend ", he' I li\I '! a f idmvn .
i church There will be dinner : There is a place when palm ;
on Mrs. Howard C. Douglas was in, near thIHM T1 J.. I is AY.,5'W4'/

4 This Is the Job i the grounds at the noon hour and charge of the program. The theme tree sway in the soft breezes lady I \"isitd'hE'n her hubb\ ',' riea& ..' I ;77 .

I singing will be enjoyed dunnj the of the program was. "Missionary Where too. the un shines hot my bean poles. Now she ii. ,' ,,, That's why we l.fTl r

I afternoon. All Bradford and Demands to Jesus Those taking and great trees draped with mos 'I neath the mound the hill Sh- .101
on 4 ''U MOBILOII
Ahead of U1': /:: cool shade /
Union Count' an- 'ial.h hold you in their
I singers: cSl't' part: were: Mrs. M O. Harrell.. was 56 years old Had an Opt I ,> \fq
t EXTRA I *ROn
V)
droppingfrom
.. 1 invited S n Saunilei- MidGR30UnE"GOSSlP Where persimmons are
Mrs! James W. Thomas Mi>-s Iva tion and'never regained,: tonsciousness. 1
the trees soon. and new turnip . two nuxJtrn
dleturg. Mae Lewis.: Mr Eugene Crosby 1 1 that I was aoid an.' !

Mrs Dons: Kelley\ Mrs. Douglas.Mrs greens will be cooked for shocked. I fixed her I.' lov. l\. I Ii.avy-duty oils ;hat
We must remain in a military meal. That was Clay t ; .
strong Lottie Edwards, and Mrs. evening : Such sad things in life. I fluid their body under
those ii'
1 for I can see yet I .
Hill me.
sense in order to'discourage. Communist Wilson Green :Mrs Eugene Cros- HELPFUL HINTSe: k. % .
t that so much about ail// operatint'.c'i II _ggression. We' must' over ome the trend b\'. presid 'nt. presided during the 't'nps were still do from coffee cans and ." enhave \ <
me. I loved it all and -and IlL i ic
business session. corn on the cob. r- .' i kex ,1
toward socializc tion. We must keep intact with
often
fly "Shorty""Check found myself
The !social' meeting *'11be\ heW But too. I the ends of the cob in-,, 'lami:'.- H'6iv/i your fti\ If ,is
and flourishing a- tree competitive Cap feeling when away from
.it the home of :Mrs M O. Harrell a lonely that If you make catsup [r"'.' -:)i< ,- ,, \IIU drive.

.italism. Wednesday!' afternoon. September irv' school children. Always lost a metal tea ball and t i-: it I ;* .

c_ 16. at 3 Everyone is..cordially ttelmg of being just a little the edge of the k',!it: T'! .> I 'S.: "c.
That means that each one of us must -4 pm and I turned to God for consolation ,
invited to attend.Ie'tnIItration. cloves and large s-f'.< > .' >
put his shoulder, to the'tasc.} stand on his Club I I| and prayer. So many I had removed then. He 3 vyDuty

own feet andjefuse government handouts. Ttie Brooker Home Demonstration : loved lay underneath the sod many I Dons toe ht well I', "! .

We must resist t. and discourage all ideologies Club nwt Thursday afternoon miles from beloved Florida. Al happy dog. We tak- 'k .... ..' .

the Community Center. with the ways something: lacking but to evening. Last even I n :t" 1<
cot based upon the. concept of at day I know that God heard myi __
..
Wait around thru the -
Mia. Howard me 1.1- g n.trv "
freedom .and liberty ussetforth in the president and I am no longer lonely HighDetergcnt
.
i prayers about 30 miles. I
..* presidingThe I' 1 en':J'
nor do I have need of anything ,
Constitution.
.
the We '
following\ officers were trip. are taking our
'
." elected to serve for the 1952-53; :;: : last weekend at Ashville. N. C cation by doing things a little d! :

.. ," .'". this car. willya "earIrs.: Lawrence Wiggins,,'I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lewis of f,.rent. I am reading more
; I cant stand the smoke!" : Iarke ', vice- just being happy. It is nur Communism I Only a Minor-Threat: to America president, Mrs. Tom ) ; Jacksonville werp Sunday visitor ?

if We Keep It'Irom.Undermining. Us from .. president: Mrs. Helen Tapp. s>>cre- at the E. J, Lewis home. cool here and have showers i>,, *ouI1. South'sLargest

... Our policy\ of friendly .erii-t' tar)": and Mrs. Bill mg 1m. treasurer -I Mrs. Rosa Pinholster attendedthe One can feel hat autumn and :S>" MOTOR Oil
Within!
\ ..'. iud careful attention to jour tember is just around the Corn' !
and singing convention
a ,. members made foot horn-coming Next week we may go to the Fa _: Selling
car \\ill lua.e'ou glad that The present at North Pleasant Grove
wash cloths. The one day just for a few hoii'1 ', Premium
:)ou are our customer.TTTTTT %-armers from Church of Santa Fe last Sunday.Mrs. _

Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties. > < YYYTYTYTTYTTY demonstrator was Miss: Dorothy Tom Matkey entertained That also is part of my varat. .' Oils
find not ha .
Ross. County Home Demonstration Whoopee I you do .
-
at her home last Friday afternoonwith --
to go a thousand miles for happ/
LIBBY Agent. "Stanley" party. Mr
a .'.
Mr and Mrs. Bill Bigham ent.r- neaL It took me a good na:
Springs
Louise Guinn. of High
tamed their nephew. Bobby on I years to find that out. COMPLETE

Sales & Service 'f his ninth blrthdJith 4 weiner I was the demonstrator of tke DUMPLINGS: I like the- SERVICE! PRODUCTS!
/FLORIDA BANK at STARKE Stanley Home Products. Prize Yo.- ,
chicken broth. -
roast last Tuesday afternoon Green dropped in :
I were awarded to Mrs. Roy
IAA A A A AAAAAALAAAAA Assisting in the entertaining
the
A.AAAJ After
and Mrs E. .T. Lewis. 1 beaten egg

Illtmbsr Jloriiaa I tonal Kaiser Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP were Mr'' Howard Wait and Mrs. demonstration, refreshments of 1 tablespoon of soft shortening
poup
Thomas Truck TerminalHALF
Ernest Edward-s Enjoying the I
sandwiches ake and lemonade 1 dash of salt.tablespoons.
.!!'.<.rete 22:! ..S.
Temple Ave. Ph. 32 gue \\ -!'t> ser el tu thtI'') g-ue..ts by 5 "f ;>:dk and water
MILE SOUTH OF STAKKh
Mr.id: Mrs Gt'&re.; IT. ,,:, "po.it
tJv! Vt'SS MrMarkov .1'1(0:1
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ON U. S. 301
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA


-- AlTil-NT !
1953 Naval Stores Bark Council Saved Some $100,000 On This : 9. 195?

Chipping special Democratic
Bkner Funeral primary tc (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Th 111 .
--- \ be held: Oct. 14 to fill the Supreme Clerk of the Ciroim, : c is. .
IV Marian L i'm.-.y, .
Court !I' ;i .

Practices Announced Same '52Area .' : : -': :" Oct. justice position. II > .
4 is the deadline
as .1 -.- ,, This Afternoon : for registering -
.
.
Ct- 10TZCfl
for TO
-."; '_:.: the Nov4 genera! In Circuit Court. Apri\
Itrnilford
Forester A. A. Murphy bark clipping method throughoutthe '; : presidential election she added. Florldai In Chnnrery. ( uunly

U. S. Forest Service Palatka, Fla., life of the face. .H 'iwr! al service.for' (Glover C R.iee! rt: Hamm Hamm. efndant Plaintiff. \ : M

announced today that the Secre In announcing this addition ir f .
'I'1 Blumer. 67. who died Sun- Keystone Taxes :\. t ittre \ .
of Agriculture on Aug. :: the 1953 Program. Murphy explained T. Appear
tary 1 'i
approved the 1953 Naval StorerConservation that at present less than 'limesvvill be held this afternoon from page one resuJen'and address 1 i- ti-, .. ,v

one-third of the naval stores tim You are hereby nut.fi: ...i ". ,
Program.In r it the DeWitt C. Jones The town's new budget will still!I suit' for a

making the announcement he ber now in operation is being !i '11:1l1e'. i I I I carry the $$10,000 paving item for has Pivorce

that the basic practices and! worked with the bark hack anc11 I i i 1 I it's been filed against \ : -
stated I ftRichard Lyons pastor oi too late to strike that now. but ai>ove named Court and .1' <

rates of payment of the 1952 Program acid.Use Si Edward's Catholic Church wit! i!!! obviously there won't be much ift you v.ur, are an"wt'r1'required tn >.-r\ >- .1 !P. .

are retained in the 1952 of bark hack and acid conserves >">' I II left pleading, : >
iate the any. complaint
to
service. Interment t I money over apply tc >'i 1. the i r ,, -_
In addition to the 1952 face height and does : Attornt x v :7 .\ !u k .
Program. practically L .F 0 :oil ow In the Crosby Lakememory. it. one Council spokesman said. tFII-1 < -

Program practices, there is Included I no damage to the tree for I \ 'I' '.- : Yes peace and quiet has returned Floi .Ida I \\"ltJ. I'i; i,..

for the first time in the use in other forest practices. Re b.' \i' Blumer. well-known tc to Keystone but those ad- and th.- file<'lt-rk tl.! "t m If".d in ,Mir .
1
.1 i tl>t Cii ,
1 t
1953 Program a conservation payment cent timber,gureys indicate that 1 St. eispeople in Starke. was owner ditional paved streets are still]!1 or before the '
.
to. be made for Lark chip one of our major forestry problem? \ ami operator of the Brown Derby 1 in the nebulous future. therwii-e l..th..d.n '-c. pt. M .. -
tl.- .ill-: !tall i-i i. .' '
-
ping. :Murphy went on to explain in this section is to increase the aurant. S Complaint wul > tak. n .ttd _

2c face payment for volume and size of our saw-timber Miiiinr I>IIMIOTO by you.This .
that the per I : He had also HKfMsir.n: ; : Fini'iiorvIIR
.
operated restaurant notice s 1.1 I ti* P'l' : .-' <
bark chipping will be limited tc ;.trees. The new an'd modern system heiiire | N.'titk herehv fji\en that th*' once each we<.k fo1: fou- i.ms.weeks ..
coming to Bradford
working faces 1. e., of working for naval stores using County i' H'tdersiKned. undi-r the provisio is in the Itrtdford Coiin'v 1.
1953 virgin : in Pensacola. Jacksonville :Mobile s.f ,Oi.iptt :2 O.9.>::: I-ano of Florida. graph. .
faces installed for the first working the bark hack and acid method Ala. Arts ..f 1M1.! will rf"II't"r with thei'f Kitt-d this M day of Atu;". -r -
and St. Louis. Mo. I' .
| rk .f thCmnit I'oiirt in and (OFFICIAL SEAL J
A.
decreasethe Tli.-n-
the 1953 season. I is designed to materially
during
Mr Blumer for nr.I\f"roll-lillno'. State of Florid. Clerk of the Circuit "c "i't
careful to explain that unnecessary waste resulting I suffered a heart | upon r.-i eipt of proof of publication iy M.ir.ui I. ('I'"t.> I". put '.
He was the of the old wood hack I attack recently Starke and died of this notiee. the fictitii'ii- \ IUlr..It
installed, from use
,
trees on which faces are nan >" of Iatk(' Martin-ate Compativunder
in a Gainesville hospital.He -
for the bark Murphy stated that he would be I wlurh I am ens-iRed in l.nine In '
to qualify (
order ,
urt I
in
<" i.n Tall Street. Starke. Pla Ilrnilfurd ( oust
payment must be chipped glad to give interested producer is survived by seven niecer H. C. Ritch and Kvalyn P Kit.-h, l'1.rI.la i l : In CIII'aru,. .

chipping that will resultin I additional information on the 1952 and two nephews.Mr. sill.| owiers. Box i6'>, Iarkf'. Fla. E Pearl Mugger E lIuf\'f\.r. IMan-, : -
manner I Defendant
in a
Mated this IIIh
dIAIIICII"1 A O
Program Blumer
Conservation was a member of
Naval Stores ,
,
downto ,
removing only the bark If 2. ,it itark'iraIfoiit County. I"a-;! \ "
wood. Further. that the I or furnish advice regarding .. i I the St. Edwards Catholic Church of }FI"r1lI.I, Order Appear of 1""bUratl.a und :\.itiee i..

the payment is conditioned -j proper naval stores and forestry II I! Starke. 8 S 4t S 29OTICK I State of Florida f>. .l.i. I < _
bark chipping i '. : Ifer whiutre.idnn..... .. _
an.I
the continuation of the practices. I l S The rosary was recited! in the > in Ai-rrMH is; I'nknown.
on .. In Circuit ('ourt, llradfi.nl
".,.1 ta' :>' : Chapel Thursday at 7:30: p.m. 'I"rlda In ("hamerr.llolf County. You are rrquii.il to app> it "'I
'
September, :I:!. }I"' ,
nth.
il
: I KOS: h. ri.iintif FloreiueItoi "
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(
.
Addresses '. I: 1... fi-mlaiit named Court ., u.| i.m-' \t .

-ii S. Death Rate I Howell, I I, BSPhi Dance Slated Natlrr To ..tpprnr.T. .r.i-.. :\.. !I':.;.' County plaintiffeeks\ Telecrap'ihail- 01! \or \puln.-ii ft: .-1'! t .

Luncheon The new !$j 40,000 generator for the city power plant K pictured in operation( after being installed tv\o Saturday Night .. I'I''riie.L'I li. wli.,,.. 1'1-ifn. Order in,.,next r. i I.,' HI kitVfitne ".
m hi ml ,. .
Rotary ,1| ."..t .iil'lrv- |v s :_' CinhStn : I :> and i-'n I i
I week>. ago in the city power' plant. It gives, the city 825; more kilouatls iaj)aity.. ; -.'t <*..iiiuln. Xi.w J'T-ex. .11 StarktFiord... tin \ ', '
the of life ---- -- ----- Beta" ) You ,I"'Ct'..:.
Halved Since 1900The An insight into way Sigma I'hi.I.lllt'n'. are hereby notified that a. i (OFFICIAL
uit for Divorce SEAU A.1 T' "" ,
has been filed I
( the of the people [ social "nrorit Is .1 i As Ch rk .
and thinking sponsoting; a :ngr.inst you in the above named I i of ':ii.l i 'l. '

I of the middle-eastern countries. :: New$40,000 City Generator I Labor Day ilance\ Aug. 30 at thePelican Court and to cause and you of are required jry Iarlh!, Marian J. IVail L CrosDy, :!tC,7 M.'"|.iitt"11' ''I i > t I..

Brookings Institute has reported -I particularly Iran, was given tc (Club with all prweeds -wer or pleading serve( a copy to the complaint your an-F : Atttfor Hsnldinir. Ja.}'If I k-ont ili.-. "11.-1 .t! .

_
that "dramatic progress"in ; Rotarians Wednesday by Thomas already earmarked for <><|iiiptnent on I tli- IMaintiffs Attorn.T i
Fi ink I.a..tl'llill. -Ci.4 rk. Floriii.i,
F. Howell who has spent much for the ,park |>Ia> ground. MITin: TO tlMTtlt
health has cut'the' U. S. death I lull fillthe original in the otfutof In rirruil
I II
Cvurl.
time abroad with hu own travel! StartsHere Doubles CapacityThe The ilan" begins at 9 p.m. iii.- 'l.-rk of the I'ln-uit I'outt FUriilai In Chnnrery.XrnUfi.rU < oum >.
in half since 1900 on before the :22: .
rate almost' I or day .r SeptemIM -
I agency and also in services with! Tlw ticket. are $1..>0 per i-ouple. 'r. 1'".J otlnrwi-- Tb.I .- .illf ;."- tally' 1'iletto Kaniirez! I'l.n.Ni.iinaii .,-

The rate has dropped from 17.2per ,j I the Navy. I II II TU-kels mal be purchased at i..I n--fli f: ,.-.\1.1 I'otiiplanit \vil I I I betaken C.uiuii'Z: I I' C.i-,t. 1I.t".. :\i.' .

1,000 population to 9.6 in 5CI I I At present Mr. Howell holds the I City Council beamed with pride this xxeek a> the Kuril's. Ini5 store or from anysororitv This a notice confessed shall l>be> you published \.To
years, while control of communi :,, commission of Lieutenant Com i I new $40,000 generator fotthe city power plant began opera 1953 Drivers tneinh.r. once r.ee1.s each week in the for Bradford four consecutive County 1 1"11' <. and ..iiltIi'I, I "'i, I

cable diseases has advanced sc''', mander in the Naval Reserve and tions boosting the total number of kilowatts to 1500. nearly Licenses Go On Telegraph.Mat.d || Strri.You are:New hereby\'r'.''. :ni.tifi.'1\\ Y.'th.1 I ,
M I.
tin2:! I ilav "f !" '
1 I AiiBU-t
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is engaged in poultry farming doubling the former j Voters Must 'lIlt for
far that emphasid has now swungto capacity.Carl I II (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thoma*S. I >i\ ..I .,,
Sale rnr.rnt. I
southeast of Starke on Road 100. Johns City Clerk. said the plant was still under Sept. 2 I Clerk of the Circuit Court tti'l "I "
  • j! Revise III;oj"! i hlldl'lI i
    out chronic. degeneralive Precincts | l i\: .I. I. i'i.-l.\I 'l.ikN
    wiping Liii .I'"I''' >
    I He said that the of life and ; has!' \\'n filed, : iin ,
    way ag "st
    built, as the city needs some 600 more kilowatts to have the .'::: it :. i I.:; ''nliote > .u
    maladies such as cancer and ,. The 1953: state driver's license? I n.iinid I ""It 81111..1'1"m '
    the the
    of of
    thinking Iran
    i people plant in shape for the next three to five years. 1 Bradford County voters who y'iI are itciined| .> "..n".I. <
    sale
    heart disease. I|i is as different from ours as night go on III the Court House \oTirn in .\rrr.nIn .voiir in-" V ..r pleading' 1 '
    The acheivement of hive
    installingthe
    I Tuesday Sept. 2. Th- 1932lufnv < "langed precIncts since they r iri-ull ('..un. liraiir rd t'ammtf.'Florida coinpl.imt "n !11 I li,> I'laintifi
    The most striking factory of al! and day and that the only way :| last I ,Att.i T '.
    huge 1.050 horsepower unit !; : voted should have their regis- : In C'lmoerry. ii > Fia k I I. i II f fI
    field. In they can ever be changed is by a I Hugh Transfers expires at midnight, Sept : Kink: I.it-on. ri.iintiff., 'iV-. < 'l.ir.i I St.iik.' Fl.,' "i.l i
    ,
    in the infant "
    was won was a financial as well as t-le! i tration cards changed to the and .
    :)l n I newI Fl"i( "'iii' Lal -'n. 1I..f.'itlalli file\ Hi.I "rJL: vial ir! 'In "
    1900 the infant mortality rate war long slow process of education. trical gain. i I precinct with A. L. Crosby, Coun- .CaX. ;_" : ..( the C!. l I k, r tile Cn. n i ion
    Mi- .
    1 The I Edna Johns. secretary in \ llrr 01 l..f.I t tli-!.
    I introduced To
    speaker wad by Appear.
    130 out of every thousand. By The a Fu h l banks ; ty ,
    generator. Registration
    the f'ountv Judge's office where t Supervisor. To I 'lai.i Floi.-n." t" I.u-.iii$ \\ h"i'id '- l..tli d.it 't r ,pi'-nil.) i l "
    1950 it had dropped to 30. A. J. Thomas Jr. Morse from From Humphreys I "' ,. othelul-e; It.,.. allfK.itli.nI'oinpl.tiht '
    'I engine was purchased th"v His office on tate second n)< and adilit-- !I- ::! I 11 I Islip: "
    will be distributed. said her floor
    I .
    .. .
    ill
    be
    At the beginning of the meeting \* "ii u'I 1-1I1" :X \\ York. \\ taki .1 t i
    tuberculosis death rate decreased the city of Georgetown. S, C.. fur of ..
    The the club voted to office will be open from 8:30: a.m. !! the court house i- open every You ate heiel.y lint ifi'-d that a f.ss a by" y u.

    from 194.4 per 100.000? in I. new uniform for the purchaseone BHS I only 10000. After the motor To N. i I. Plant to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to 4:30: p.m.: i" Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. S nut i\orce for once This eaeh notice neek, hall for ("III*>e < onr published j "

    1900 to an estimated 26.2 in 194.9.Much I Band. I was re-worked and factory rebuilt for issuing the permits. Mrs. Marian L. Crosby. countyregistration has been filed. against you In the4l.ove weeks in the liradfoid <'''uiiit' I' ..
    graph
    by a special Fairbanks Morse S nain il ("'lIrt i and uiu.-e and ,
    : of this improvement is attri I The automobile operator driver'? supervisor-elect, said ton aie ifinnrcil to sera. copy of I Pattd ibis I IS:! day of'i < -
    machanic. and hauled to Starke during the last IOJo'FICIAI.IAL, ) A.f I I I.. "
    buted to early detection due tc .Starke SweeperContinued I total cost ran to $40,000.A 111111.. TransfersHarry S' license will cost $1 for renewal i 150 primary therewere >complaint"tlr! anl'\\.r on or plr.idinp the l'ln.intlff'l'tI..rn. to"the Clerk of the' '" tut 1 ,
    persons who had moved j..\' M.III..II L Ciosbt.. I M. p in i .'
    while the chauffer's wil! \ X.
    J. permit al M Evii. Ji .
    ( from one) Hughes coordinator of
    public health free masj x-ray page new generator of the same i, and had to change their precincts 13; Law FxhangtIiziiliig; ti.4W.C.T.U.I
    cost $2.
    I 1 activities between DuPont and I
    service such as being carried on city employees! who come on dutyat variety would have cost some | She also issued a call for al! Jarkin.ivi11tVl..rida
    i Humphreys on the titantium mine After Sept. ::0. drivers without t mid file the original in the nffi-e| of
    in Bradford County at the present that time and works until 15p000. said Johns and the Council -I t : newly married girls to come in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
    ; for the past 10 months, left Tuesday up to date permits are subject tc and or .before the
    Then he home by getting a second hand 1 change their names on the
    time. I nOOn. peddles on for Newark N. J., where he a $2;) fine. State Highway Patrol I 22 day of September. 19;.::: ALL THAT IS NKCKSSAUY
    on his bicycle motor re-built saved about registration books The wive? otherwise the allfeation. of -aid I
    Despite these-victories over disease -: ( will work with the E. I. 'Du Pont man Q. A. Fillingim announced. ( cannot vote unless 'oinplaint will I I'.. t.iktti. .1 i ..iif- -- nut TIlt; TRII'MFII OF FA'II
    1 t t.-;
    Expressing what he thinks of $100.000.The -ir nv nomenclature ,
    !
    .d
    \ \ IIII' i
    the life expectancy of older colored pigments plant.Mr. i S IS TH \T (JXI) MKN: IK NOTII
    > Bradford County and Starke the diesel generating unit supplements i otfinal I DU !m, books .1 |h. 1 lit- |1"lhh(1. I
    parsons have increased only slight. I Hughes will fill in the capacity Tracy Hepburn Team 1 Mi. 1 I" k f. i -I ,," \ I\(,
    i oldtimer said he really "love: three other generatorI'in I Crosby sanl that Sept I nw 1 I II, I ""t cI'' ., \ I I. .
    ly. More persons are living to a !> of supervisor at the De NeImours the -KJMl M HI UKK:
    deadline Ii I
    ,
    ti. "
    Bradford This is legistei 1111 'h
    County. my the plant that produce some In 'Pat and Mike'At >
    ripe old age, but medical science I I & Co. plant in New Jersey.I \ j I;
    home and I just naturally like 800 kilowatts.The .
    has made little headway yet I II I L. Morgan Jr.. Du Pontrepresentative Florida SundayWhen --5------ -.-- ---5---- -- -- --;!,- .-
    i Starke. I've never felt better
    ,
    any
    against the illnesses and deterioration unit was desperately needed L. .
    at the said
    plant. -- ..
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    other in --
    in place -
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    any my the number of customers -- - -- --- - -
    of advanced years. I I I''he I here as he will not be re-placed but Tom Spencer TIHCand Math

    The report said that the nation Asked proudly what claimed.his of in the city have gone up Carry was to report soon as service enne Hepburn get together in a I
    techniques
    : in the three year? II
    markedly past
    i supervisor. picture, there's usually\ one outcome
    has 127 physicans for every
    now sweeping were Hardenbrook had< from a little over 1.100 in 1950 tr II I

    100,000 persons and one hospita1bed this to say' "I just call it sweep.lag. 1.273 customers today.A I 1 Maiirolite Realising a good movie.

    for every 100 persons. ." Staurolite. the by-product And playing Sunday and Monday I
    year
    revenues
    chart of per 'from the mining operations used I at the Florida Theatre i U

    beginning with 1945-46 sequencethe in making cement will be ready their newest. movie. "Pat and

    @ ; '1it \'ill. ) JX last year Camp Blanding was to be shipped down to the new Mike." the story about a woman
    I .I'E'tm If.: 1'i.TIII1I in operation shows Starke i ircrowinr IT IS UNLAWFUL
    ';.. "", I without the aid of the Lehigh cement plant in Bunnel' athlete and a shady sports pro

    by Oct. 1, accordng. to Bill Beam. moter.
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    ; .1 military post.Through ; I I
    FC)ltALF--:-:weet Yl"nlll.u)>lne I yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy', standards engim'er.I The popular duo of Tracy ,

    seed, Hairy Indigo new crop MATTRESSES nine month of the 1 processing of the staurolite Hepburn turn on the laughs which
    I IvncucoU\ Hahia certified the city has received
    Southland ()..tted.. V-uy early II OF ALL KINDS 1951-52 year. i does not take any additional help. open the way to a plot pitting ,

    before prices RO up Feed drying $89.399.75. and proportionatelyshould since it fits in with the Miss Hepburn's athletic achievements -
    productionof
    & cleaning ,/ \V 1I.lIlIilto'l.1r..k..r. of, For
    RENOVATEDFURNITURE last years high Any Person Persons
    top to in
    Fla.\ tf titanium. against temptations tc or Engage

    $112.57253.The I Including both Du Pont and throw her efforts in order to help ;,
    KOI I HI':.--"-Fiir'iu-hed apartments, teceipU per year since
    :5 rooms liatli, enclosed sleeping Humphiey.s employees there are Mr Tracy as the promoter. j

    Turk's I".rdl.1'1.1)Aulo 'CHfe 46 South ft tfrhKrjKXriXH or II I .S 191'i46"I're: : 251: full time employees on the It evolves around situation Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

    1915-16; $92.807.74 big job. located near Kingalev Lake where Miss Hepburn goes to the ,
    I I
    II I $XI.77.R119n.tX about miles from Starke. athlete but 1salways '
    I I t-ulM K rm i-.' .Azalea- 1916-17 seven top as a woman
    plants! I 10 to I 12:! in. I I2.. trhVeIl : Ueupholstered and $89,621.86 vice-
    plagued by a lover. a I
    rooted and brall..h.l.zal..." outlinns. I The Name Is
    : .N in. lOll fur JI 21 Caniellu Refinished 1948-19 $96.176.68! Linda Jones Uninjured president of her college where she Registered

    Japonle.ii. Postage, I 10 p.iJ.ltwvedrrt.tar.Ittis In 12 in) 33oeach :; I hASTINGS MATTRESS CO. S 1919-50 103621.19 I''was' a physical education' instructor -/

    ,Aztl u ; and Xur" ry.HItllf' .-I Box 230 PaJatka, Fla.IAAAAAA4AAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAA. 1950-51 SM2.372.19; After Being Struck jFinally. j
    )' : !:.trl., CuUma. :
    liox IU. S89.399.7-!
    1931-52 Karletoii.: FU. tf By Oncoming Car gets .
    I
    I LKT J. n. enow. ju. then the two. the athlete
    }'(II; SAI.H-Pure l rd r> 11.\'IJLt. 10111 Gets I
    un c piR Reid
    horn June II fan I,.- It.gi''I..1' CITTLK AMI HOGS Dr. Little Linda Jones miraculously ,and spint piomotei.I $ are together j:

    .11 bujei-x name out of |itt.r of SILKS escaped injury last Saturday when at lastGov. !
    1.:. .Mart-tin' '",uIflt-r. I 1:1( :!. box 1 I."" (>:ik lnh? \\ ednttIzsJ'alaIIa < .
    CollegeAppointment she dashed in front of an oncoming
    i Trinity Read This Florida
    !Ititi _:!1\1| s :2!:> Karh: Thnr-dm Law"It
    I t..inr ..till<> lln.-h rrl.ln, automobile and was knocked Warren Names

    K TXITlie .".rt-t of ..(C..r II...." I down. .

    floor uuodwork and linolriun i;jrr.OTKCT YOI1 U E(".P.tTI ES iI i Committee

    'I.PlIhing-i'LSTIKtrrE)Finish at Kami. Home Transp.ueit \-, Fireproof proteoto Security Ro%. I The accident occurred In front Turnpike shall be unlawful for any person:; or persons, as defined herein, to

    .Autu h'. beautiful largeheavy duty steel! of the Prevatt Garage on S. Walnut )-S in hiL ine
    '\lI'I> S Reid resident Of engage >s a* herein defined under fictitious
    Alfred a
    1 box. $10 :25 plus tax. Bradfo 4 Dr Governor FIIII'r'an'en ha? name as herein defined -

    J...)$T. 'tray.-d or 1 puked-up near County Telegraph. tl' Starke for the pat three year? St. about 3 p.m. when the created a 31 man Citizen's Committee I without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the
    of Mr. and Mrs. C. O.I
    I daughter
    Klng-l\ l.ikc St.,
    : out- longh.ilrVdt'hihu.ihu.i South Water
    dog. \rlln\s maltti5t11t i. FUn Tin nronET-MixnED I nrwie with his wife on week instructor Jones ran into the stream of traffic to stud the proposed clerk of the circuit court of the county here the principal place of businessis
    lIEU?Ui.. l.ilit-ril I renaij -100 liigravtdVetlding. Invitati.'iis was appointed this $275.000.000: toll turnpike betweenJacksonville
    fur l'l'\\l111 Ci>'lt.t t Or LI-CI.TV. I on fine ratt-. ontciit paper: of English on the staff of i \ and Miami. I with registration i shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -
    *l t4< $. \\'. 7th A\ .... i.ainrhvllle.; I only IIS-I iVadfi'rd County. -
    | Telegraph U in Hartford. Conn. A 1943 Chevrolet driven b> a signed by all interested
    FI3 College
    _llctic I Tnnity I The committee was :asked tc j persons stating under oath the names of
    received his Doctor of Georgia citizen hit the child. According I

    F' ,n ::,.\1.1: 01: KENT: ; -::!-.o ao"? RADIOS REPAIRED Pr Reid from the Uni-- to City Police Chief W. E. consider carefully all reports and' all those interested in the business enterprise. the extent: of the in
    degree
    ran.t Will .n I h'.u'o.r VJ"tuie Philosophy j
    data available on the subject and
    >"I.tralt'l"r toR.ther WillII .\II '"I.-. \II MoilrUxmahlr ver ity of Florida in June. after Thornton it was an unavoidable i terest of each and the fictitious name under which said business i is carriedon.
    ""' ri riftr-reil 1"1'\lima ) .. : I make recommendations. At il."IIIt'i|
    (
    : n bullvitoiiHehold
    rhnrnew Ktuirantrrdm I I for three years. accident and the driver was not' Said registration
    \ furniture and handy t. C'. Miiriiiim: i !'htdyingtht're is th. proposal to borrow 275. may not be made until the person\ or persons desiring
    hot wa her 1 :3: in mi' fioin,; :11:1: W. full lit.ti".r" I'h.tit' ''He his Bachelor of Arts andMaler's i to
    !si..irkon Itt. I'*: Ralf'inl n-adi. won held.The S ".90.000( pledging turnpike tolls tr engage! in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
    '' from the Uni-j I gill was rushed to the hospital -
    .
    Mrs 1 I' 11 I degrees
    Kim.it I t. I hgKoK 'I, the debt. their
    IF"I: 11KXT:; -l-ik.- ft..nt ,in.Kl.-rn: versjty of Miami, and studied at I and! discovered to be in good ;I payoff j intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
    I KKXT- :-1 !>,-droin> hotter with! ''Ita!;rstrv leasi'ii.ible Al"iitwo |" I II The turnpike committee include-
    lath on Kin
    \t Mii.-hfll\_lube: : Silver_ lik.St.iik..- :3tt: | s f'. S The Phd. and his wife moved tc' was up playing around again ac- 10 bankers 6 of the 34 member ,where said registration i is

    i I in Au-J: cording to Chief Thornton. are: from Jacksonville.; :5 froir ;i to be made, and said registration shall not be
    I-'on i S\l.i:-lIotiKf ; t'4'I Starke from Gainesville
    Trailrr. I:? fi. ; .I.r-4-il.in Cruiser
    "'.-:1\, I 1-1'.1-U. i-leeps four (4),, 1 with. s eylimler Vord powered molnr I' gust of 1919 and lived with Mrs | Miami. 3 from Tampa. 2 from i accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon recp \'ingproof of

    Cla1ranife lit f.nr ron.litlon. Lo- -.l. eps' two Align i: 11 Lakeland and 2 from Orlando such
    a beautiful
    25: of publication.If .
    .stej on P.ale I ** Ilieliwa> Just House Trailer completely (urn-: JU. S. Fernandez until July I'I'I Red Cross Still
    off 4 l.ake P.iitter P.o.t.1) ISO" for l heJ. slt-epj- A i-omplete home$ I I State Road Department Chairmarj!

    .-'|nmr $r;00a.h.._itp I'lore-crnt' lil htln!:'. built in Ua- j! this year active in Can Use HelpMore Alfred McKethan and State Road !
    ilio, new K\" Mrs. Reid was'erY
    Fort RENT to lady teacher lihijs 11I.t lie rtlllit".n"'i"l1. first grade! Engineer Sam Turnbull! will serve
    or sold n..1If civic affairs. teaching i are engaged in business under
    ungltwmkin. t ,; irirl--one r"om. fer take II. P O P.ox ITS. P.tlty j in i than 200 articles! ofclothing a*; ex-offico members of the committee you any name
    t inhlo.k from town 1lrtV t Kosc, K.-> ..t-..(.' HnglUf$ Ki.i. ;in BH5. and held membership I
    have been turned in to .
    M i.l Min. iilif.n :?lti-J S
    liihg _ _ :Stp! S 19 the Junior Women's !Society and Red Cross officein


    F..n tiitov KleotriiServi.e$.\I.Jo-*. like T'rlui.uire n.'a'l X ::'InI cpplO h. -.1.-"I'.nIII \VANTFI'tWhjttlady care Jack.onIl1t.for 1.:.to bY. ke while..p-to h..u TflOt.tt mother,' and.. I in thc>the PTA.Business She Women'also participated* Circle of !iI the the American building County Health for cnderprivi-; Department June Smoke Checks other than your own, and have not had this name


    j H.'hIt.-. itp 9lo ';), t:t.:'.'iht'I.J 11.. t'lyde Pne-l, pht-nr I the First Baptist Church. i ji j ledged ch'.l.lieann'.unoed Mrs Total $3,709 For Co.I'

    l-'IIDr h"'I10111"11 t-&ti"11.11 deal- I tt.-hir !SLtNI1 15: E. A. Hall and the Red Crossrepresentative !

    r-hin f"rl.,,.-f'Jlirrl.- farm I }. I CALL FOR BIDS j advertised and will be
    ..'..ht', ,..rv in HrI f'rd Bounty South "OlI.I'W*..t half of Board of said !he could Bradford Count's!' cigarette tax i properly registered we
    \\ e-t
    'IU| :-r\"l Se. tlon Iii'p The Bradford County
    .. ,
    ju 1 Mi-mitr If interesffd write. Township 7 South use many more clothes. checks from the state during June ,
    Ranse
    Allen. f';';3 lfltl''( .\v* Jacksonllle I containing, "II ... :i:; J-.t.t. Instruction will accept bids on all!
    for rtfl.rt <.r i le "We have had IS families amounted. to $3.70951. with Stark* j
    \ detail ,
    *_ItO .1IKOU Make u> an .ffer. I K. ,a-onal. timber I l.ung outside of the schoolyard
    t..rlll"lIllahl.. )- Write taken care of for their school receiving in $2.917.60 of that.

    .it--. .T.F.'I1'(1":! ,-O"" ... heavy. sg'rIi'grs cahei hv.. T'It.tII5.SOtFI.i.. :.It.Ho711 hI: !9 15 1;5 I fence upon Heilbronn the 40 acre'Spring surrounding !- needs. but we still lack boys For the total to date contrastedwith I glad to give you all necessary Information as to

    t\ i 1 I V. nil b<'*i't-r*. hfavvsprinser : FOR PAI.K-t'l.an Pf.. ht-, r..ltcoup : clothing andhoes that fit the last year it is an increa-e
    yearling i-teers; 1 resistered ... 1:5: Xew. "chool. of I
    .rrx 5115.17.
    said.
    i .\nau' bull al>out IS mot Knight Quarters. Mrs Cox rxtra HIWORKIXO Bids will also be accepted at children. she
    .1.1\ with pfine' All of throw ''.> Mrs. Hall added that she apportions Hampton received $15210: what should do.
    !
    > hred tack to thIs bull1 his time upon Graham Schoo you
    ... Mothers will take rareof Uw to each
    so omi Our, l'ill4. weight about first and seCond graders clothing Erooker $232.13. Lawtey $377 G* |

    4ft poundji. male 5,'id '..m3.1..". ..i tI"..1 .tul saturdays Very reas-after Juilding.These! : child. giving the girls twoS and Starke 2917.60 from the ,
    I TVM'-'. Vt !. box 71. ItpItKXT ..nalile sealed bids will be openedixy
    1 I I rate.Mrx: \". 1.. ilco\. dresses and the two
    boys
    I :th and Si Clair Up the school board at 10OC pairsof state tax money gat h-red I ir 'u i
    ,
    Jo't.'n.. I-, -T'nfurnishedatb. t-iai'l I pants and two shirts. the sale of cigarettes.
    -
    11. t. "'AI"r an.1,I FOR SALK-Ulte model P.uirk 4I o'clock. Tuesday. September 2,
    JI8 mo. L. T. Jonlon. ,I Her office is Monday.
    rt. d"or open
    Dyn.1 S174S :XKW Keystone .
    ( Height.r.
    "ARirxnXTEF. -ive'4S71342
    1W2: The
    board the
    reserves rightto .
    "I! '' "III Siirk.i: .- ;. \V: :'.. Px "CIS Wednesday and
    ti.( right of H' "v '-. l II: 1-p$ Si.t.I.. FU h r-ject any and all bids. Friday afternoons ;: au increase of: S14 9'i: .nnr -- .- - - -- -
    : j :fnjr.: 1-4 r' rr i J l last: I TT -n ::
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    Bradford County TelegraphII1ID.1[ Section I ." .....,r.M:. '" -" "

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    \ I I High Educational Value Of Movies P "

    sat t


    4 f .- Emphasized By Park Theatre Manager"We T'\'



    are alway* glad to see a these great men thnm U' -n.Mimovie
    new term of school get under way."\ 3utobwgraphl"I
    I said A. H. Carrat manager of the j Carrat pointed out.

    popular PARK THEATRE this;: "And when it come.t.;to' k.-punk; :12
    Qko 0 week "'because we like to feel I up with current eventvon ius' t tLuto :
    .- that we are doing our bit toward I can't beat the movie !newsreel*

    educating the child by bringing I Through its facilities tu! ,ll1dl'lI'of

    ,. i. C..,, the far corners of the world tc world affairs can a, tin E.! sit
    them on the motion picture:I in on historymakingH'nt" -.n" r- ''aa

    Bradford County's 12 white and negro schools were rushed into operating shape this I screen." !: as peace conferences. presnifn/ ;<

    week, and the 105 teachers sharpened pencils and cleared their desks in preparation for': "Last year we had the pleasure.I inaugurations war tIn e.:'.will- '
    .'
    the alvalanche of some 2,300 kids ready to roll in the doors on the opening day of school of bringing that wonderful film.:etc.
    Alice in Wonderland to Starke I
    "The motion i
    picture s.
    Tuesday, Sept. 2.Superintendent. hundred
    of Public Instruction H. P. Morgan said a full day of academic work is I, and it was enjoyed by creases the student'- 1 u'--1! -' i
    who were
    , on tan for the first day. He added the cafeterias would serve lunches: and the 22 buses I I II of eager school enthralled children with thu geography and the \\otH l anon,
    and
    w I delighted him. Through travel.I.can vi-
    will be running I Workmen this week were com ,,'The negro teachers met this week beautiful childhood classic." Mr. visit the far plac.."; ," :t"!, ; I
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    Bradford High School student" pleting their $10.000 replasteringjob for their only conferences at RJE Carrat said. "This year we earth and never leave the mn. $
    will gather in the football stadiumat and cleaning up the interior of High School in Reno with county promise to bring you more out munity in which he lives

    9 a.m. for home room assign I, the old building. ;: officials. standing films for your pleasure]I "Theatre parties are an eas >a _
    ments Tuesday. Every day there During the past two weeks the I II ,: The white teachers complete I and enjoyment" he continued. I
    I I and delightful way for mother ti ; of mothers and dad. attended school in a \mada>'s most >oimj peopl- attendschool! in
    after school will begin at 8:30: a.m.,:' county teachers have met in con- :;: their conferences workshops, and "When it comes to music also,
    entertain on their children's birthdays "little red school hou-e" Ihat looked a'xMit like tinfine, nuxft-rn like" the
    to C. S. Partin, BHS I! building one pictured below
    according themselvesiwith lectures today. of
    ferences familiarizing I II I the movies are a great source ," Mr. Carrat said. "How
    principal.BHS their subject matter and I Sixteen teachers are new tc;: inspiration and education to the one pictured in the famous painting (inset aho\f'I. Jii-t another mIit-.lll..n of I'r."n.| ..
    I i iI I easy it is to let the little guestsgo
    expects to register !about i planning their teaching agenda. j jI Bradford County schools this yt'ar.1 I I' young music lover. He or she can to the movies and l then serve i I
    1,350 or 1.400 students, 800 of j This week first graders were,![while five teachers have switched hear the great compositions of them refreshments afterward. Let Ii
    these in the elementary division registered throughout the countyin I lobs in the county. Mozait. Chopin. Strauss and all! i
    the PARK THEATRE help you .
    and 600 in the high school proper. both white and negro schools.I The new teachers are: BUS the other famous composers. -
    Miss Joyce Bolton. Miss Evalyn' played by top-ranking artist.*, and give your next birthday party,

    I Miller Mrs. Jerry Silva Miss Ona can also learn the histories of Mr Carrot urges.
    Demorest, Mrs.. Tommie Xolin -
    /I PreSchoolPhysicalCheck-Up I Mrs. Anna Hinkley Oliver K .
    Dukes Mrs. Teresa Traxlt.r. Daniel! .
    I L. Becker. F. E. Olson Jr., Jame* I Bullington Studio Says Picture Craft I

    I Of All Children Urged By Howard'sVacation I' Patray. Haller; Lawtey and Alfred Rae Griffis BishopMr. : I M .. .,


    I HamptonMiss Martha Horne, For Folksi iI / .
    days are drawing to a checkup before the term beginsNo BrookerMrs.: Claude David. ; Is Excellent Training Young

    close and- the opening of a new child can get what he should Transfers in the county are: I 'V// V. .
    term on school begins Tuesday from his school work unless he i ie Mrs. Melba Partin from Lawtey tc I II ;. .
    I i "Did you know that you too can may have to see this to believe it
    HOWARD'S DRUG & PRESCRIPTION in good physical condition. to ( 4 BACK TO SCHOOL -
    BHS. Mrs. T. K. Long BUS H now paint beautiful oil paintings?", but it's so." says Bullington, "an l r
    hopes that had a B. from BHS to !I
    everyone HOWARD'S would like to suggest Ingram principal
    I asks BULLINGTON'S STUDIO I nothing would make a more appreciated TIME
    wonderful vacation and that our that your take your child tc jof Lawtey; W. T. Corum from
    I j Well, it's a fact. If you don't be- Christmas or birthday
    I
    school children will return tc the family physican for a BHS to Brooker principal, and ;,
    thorough i 1! here it just ak the many satisfied gift than one of these wonderful i -.I }
    school next week brown as a berry "going over" in the Miss Dorothy Swanbom to Lawtey' I Start the Student Off To LJ.
    early
    new :
    j people in Starke and vicinity new cameras Come in and d' .
    and full of vitality. school If from """' *.... i ,,- School With aNEW
    the doctor .
    year. should j Hampton. !Ir who have purchased Picture Craft out all about it. -
    But don't forget-fall and win ,suggest a tonic or a round of vitamins and I I (
    A breakdown of the schools from Bullington's and now have I Hallmark greeting cards in th 41 WATCH {
    ter are just around the corner then come to HOWARD'? I their teaching staffs: (White) the beautiful oil paintings hangingon wide assortments are always!: \

    and unless you are armed withproper where each and every prescription BHS 49, Lawtey 9, Brooker 6, the wall that they have actually I available at Bullington's and then. Priced $15 up PII
    drug necessities your child is given careful consideration am? Hampton 4, and Heilbronn Spring I
    themselves.It t
    i, t painted is always just the right card c L\ ,
    might develop a common cold that attention. You should start on p 5. I \/adsuorth Welstaro ; ""
    1 RJE
    j ; (Negro) 12 Lawtey for thf | -
    I I is a wonderful hobby nay what you want to say, wher I ..
    will him to lose all '
    cause that
    wonderful good round of vitamins right now II I Hampton 2. Thurston 2. Water student, and for the older folks I you want to say it. No mattel Elgin Canterbury -
    reserve of health and so the child's resistance to colds '
    2. Brooker 1 and Sampson IhilovaED
    ( |IOak too. says Bullington's. No special what the occasion come in anc i
    strength built up during the sum will be built up by the time coo? 1. I : i
    I City artistic ability is needed--the j i see Bullington's selection first.
    mer.
    I weather arrives. iI L
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    Students all the will! follow and
    over county direction are easto i -
    I Mr. Bullington is always or I I
    HOWARD'S reminds parents'i If a child is failing or not getting have use of facilities valued over I are sure to result in a beautiful to UtE I i/i
    I | hand and ready answer I Ii
    that in the next nine months their't along as well as he or she and.m the now -
    I $1,500.000 consume I painting. Visit Bullington's
    l call to take pictures of weddings
    children will come in constant should in school, don't loose operat'ing budget of ,- .OClalotted I and pick out several of the delightful -I parties, entertainments etc. at a,
    contact with other children, some patience with the teacher or the I I during the nine month scenes that are available I[ moderate fee. Simply drojby GEM JEWELRY
    of whom be bearers I very
    of
    may con child. Perhaps the trouble is that session.Superintendent. I i They will be such fun for you and I Bullin ton's and make arrangements .
    tagious diseases. Each child will
    be exposed to the cold damp of the 1 the child's health is below par and I'I Morgan said!I the children to do during the with him a day or so jr.
    .
    I $2,500 worth of new textbooks have I long, winter evenings. I
    winter school months and will he or- she; simply cannot do the]I I advance and he will be there wher L
    I been distributed to different principals Bullington's is also local agent SIMPSON
    often sit in the classroom with II I best classroom work. Let HO- '!Iyou want him, ready to ream"
    !! throughout the county. I for the Polaroid camera the I
    wet feet on rainy days. Therefore,i WARD'S advise with you and help the event on film at th
    takes
    camera" that a
    I oproper
    Lunch will be served at 15 rents new "magic I Seaboard Kailicay Watch Inspector
    it is important to provide each you with the health needs of your and 1st grade registration saw picture and turns out the finished time and place. Just phonE;

    child with a thorough physical family 120 tots signed up print in a minuted; time. "You 265 for service. I

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    PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
    FRIDAY, AUGUST 29TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTT .. Iq-,",

    1 1FARMER'S I dig out some runners from last practical, but it seems I tery. new spark plugs, and a new I J i This notice shall be Jlubll'hfd authority vested in me r\v law d" L M flames:
    year's berry patch, and having author of this book is not. xeed.1 fuel pump we still have trouble. j once each week for four consecutive htr..hy11 an elfction to be heldat \tr 1'. .lrl Burnhanll.n
    weeks
    I I in the Bradford Count the citv Hall in the aforesaidt. : '
    Si
    :2 them die as soon as we set them less to say. we welcome any information I I After we get that fixed it will be I Telegraph bthe 'iiuaiifiedoter, on1"tit 1 '. -hn t",.nrIn .,> u 1ro."r
    out. the which will i' ated this 11 lay of August. I'':,; .siiSeptember, !9. 1 I6.! :,!. for the In 'lll V. ,111
    decided
    we heck with it. help us save : time for Finnegan to act up again .. .. II X ""!lI'an'
    OFFICIAL SEAT> .
    j ( A. J Thomas,
    j pill pi ( d.1 dnlt; th (nllon'it g '. al! ,,( 'I v., .t <, ,
    i and cut up the patch. It was & on our feed costs. If we were tt clerk ,.f the ,'ir, uit Court .,ff;, till .> .iff". .1 \P-I .

    DIARYBy job, as the dog fennel was very I start farming all over again, the I In breaking our field corn we ty Marian L. Cn-sIt I>< putClerk S I 13 4t !' '. I I IHKMUIKKMTV n : : : : F' 'fl TUOru.s i ,,\'FFII'I1.lUllst \ 1 I' ,: t

    I nearly pulp-wood size. I i I first thing we would do is buy a noticed a number of ears are un I I 1r-|p. .. ..f .t d I '!" t..r. !. -I'\,| ."i| u 4r.
    Sam McGarveyThe copy of this book. It costs about developed.'e have an idea j I NO TICK OK INPF.NIION 1 F' ; Ii. MBW.H, .\T1T T' t '
    I I ItFMMF.K: FICTITIOt. N\MK \\ :\! t.i.i: 1 \ .,' oj.
    author will be glad to receive $;.50, but when you think of it, (that's one thing we got plenty of) Notice is hl'r..hyi"t'n that the I
    I After about three and a half caused by I undersigned under the proiism.">- :I ...., v2 ..... .
    items of Interest concerning years of feeding stock that is only the cost of about a I that the trouble was of Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida :I "'\: .i'tIi.. -
    the activities of farmers in I more or bag and a half of feed. late planting and damage by earworms Acts of 1141. will register with th. I
    less blindly we have borrowed a Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
    Bradford County. Suggestions maybe I Ifor, Bradford ('aunty. State of '
    A book from J. L. Flnn'I'
    left at the Telegraph office or !! Orr and son Tom Well, we've seen our first rat f da. upon receipt of proof of

    mailed to Sam McGaney, Lan tey, i called "Feeds and Feeding" by tier in Florida, and as far as Samis Looks like our hem have joineda j(cation name of of Starke this notice Hardware the Conpam fictitioii''

    : Morrison. It is one of the best concerned he isn't looking for labor union. As the price of :, undt which I am engaged in biiine 1'

    ...................... .. ...... .4.W.lW1 4' bonks we have ever seen; for-it ir ward to another. He had gone eggs climbs, they produce less and I' II.!'s C on, Hitth Call Street and E\'ah'n Starke r,>Fla Ri, h LET'SOET
    comprehensive and authoritative over to the Orrs and was sitting less. Next thing we know they'llgo sole o\\''1"i s. Box 76.:,. Starke. FlaJlat..d
    the bed. We don't know yet (contains about this Sth day of August A I 1'
    does roll 1300 but there's
    The time sure right I pages an? with them talking when a car on a strike, one 152. at Starke, Bradford Count \
    along when you're farming. It which is the better way to do it. contains the result of over .V driven by an insurance man :! thing they can't do and that ir Florda.: .

    Seems to us that it wasn't long Anyhow, we're satisfied that we ears of continuous study and re- named )Ir. Parker drove up and walk out1NOTIfB! j 8 S 4t c .'

    ago that we were picking our last did well in locating plants early. search. We are delighted with he called out that he had tried tc In Circuit Court, Bradford C unt .

    berries of the season, and here it the volume and plan to buy a copy run over a snake and asked that Florida In wright( bancery.Charles .. Plaintiff. \ -

    Is time now to get land ready for Fixed up a couple of long bed! just as soon as we can. It answer!' the Orrs bring a gun to kill it. Circuit Court TO Bradford APPF.tnIn County, Lucille Wright, Defendant Al
    ."
    next year's crop! We expect tc in left field with chlordane ferti I many questions which have come Well, it turned out to be a swamp Florida t In Chancery I'lamtiff. H. Alice Order fI Publication tncl Case Notice Xr InI ACQU JED

    have our berry patch in left field lizer under them. Expect to planta up ever since we've been trying tc rattler. about 4 feet long with 12 Frank MiHtr. S cfendant Miller I ippenr. ; Mute of Florida "Ins .

    (where there have been no berries few Irish potatoes there just ar raise stock, and the answers are Cal'l"0.. 9304Sotice l.u.III. WilRht whose result rand
    rattlers, and Tom killed it by i address I is' :2M7! La Mir.n:.t
    planted for some time) and think soon as there is enough moisturein scientific, as they are based Or going into the brush after it. To: lice To Inpenr.Miller, hoe residenceand 'Ate IInll\u ood. (Califol ii. t
    that we will have about 2-3 of an the ground. Hope we can makea actual tests. One of the first address i..' <. o Mrs. Vincent i:I Ton are required to appear .n
    Personally, Sam wouldn't go aftera Avenue, Apartment September *, 1952.:! in the ah. \ .
    Tith
    acre Have cut the land twice small crop of them, as potatoes things we looked up was "corn I'' rattler that way unless he" had I Hoslet 6-1), :213-01!, Ha>Mde, Queens/ Long Island named Court and cause, when ini I' II II I\

    already, but expect to cut it again are really sky-high now stover" as we did not know what to back New York. i I plaintiff seeks divor.eIradford
    him
    I some big weapon uF hereby notified that a County Telegraph shall
    very thoroughly, as we have learned I the term means. We learned that -say an atom bomb! suit You for are publish this Order in next four
    :
    issues. ,
    that the better condition the land ready corn stover is the entire corn plant Divorce weekly ,
    We are getting our hat been filed against you In the i I Witness my hand and official sealat \
    land is, the better chance you earlier, and making better pro after the ears are broken, and Enjoyed a brief visit by Mr above named Court and cause and 1952:! tark... Florida, this August I.

    have to make a crop with least because have furthermore that corn stover if who live you are required to serve a copy ofM.UT I OFFICIAL .
    gress we believe we and Mrs. James and son, or pleading to the I SEAL A J. Thomas
    trouble I a small notebook which we call "not a high-grade roughage, it. on the road to Keystone Heights. complaint answer on the Plaintiff's I I
    A!' Clerk of
    I I our plans book. We enter in it has considerable value when prop 1 We got a kick out of the fact Starke Attorney, Florida, T. Frank Landrum ,' fv! :Marian L Croj-hv. Deputy aid Court Clerk. I 1
    cut erly used". In the appendix we office of (Charles Hesj. 204 (:lIl1rant Lit.Building..lak.onvlle ,
    the date we should have land that they knew all about our and file the original in the
    ,
    After doing some looking around learned that corn stover (there I the Clerk of the Omit Court on Florida.
    fertilized and bedded etc., and sc animals and our place. before the Att>'h. for Plf. 6'S 4t S 2"!
    and talking to quite a few people far it has helped to get things doneon are three listings, depending or. t or 8th day of September, 1951:!; In Clrcnlt 1
    raised lot of berries, contain otherwise the allegations of said t'onrq Rrnofcril County
    have the
    who a of what dryness) very dry
    time, by reminding us I Little Happy, our two month Complaint will be taln] as confeis- Florida In ('hauerrr.
    we concluded that we'd better 51.9 cent total digestible nutrients -I I Illalph Alexander Hall. Plaintiff -v.Mart'.irit -
    we per .
    to now "d
    by
    should be done. Up old bull calf, haJ his!' first sicknessthis jou.This '
    buy a bed of berry plants early have invariably been late in almost although it is relativelylow week We don't know what each notice week shall for four te consecutive publishedonce i I..al.lIall.\ ,I I'as.)ef..'ndant No !'i'fin\ DRIVE IN FOR THIS BARGAIN

    and thus be sure that we had everything we've done and in protein ((5.9 per cent) and caused it, but he seemed listless weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. I Order ipprnr of :Publicationml"Inlcf Florida Notice'In ToI |
    :
    plants when we need them. We we hope to correct that. low in calcium ((0.29 per cent). I: and just moped around. We did I Dated this 6 day of August, I think from what we've heard that I And so we continue to gathercorn and he's belle (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas resuleiii-e and address is: 222t. .' -
    ,
    about it
    be both I nothing I Clerk of the Circuit Court. 77th Street, Ileiijanun F'anhllI..tt.l. t\t)
    going to for Petal and
    stover
    plants are Happy.
    berry Going to set out about one long now. By Marian L C'rob, Deputy Clerk 1. N"-w York :24.! X Y. Ntt
    scarce and high in price. We paid the calves which are shut in the I b S 41 [.. 29 You are required to appear on tRfOR l
    bed of sweet potato vines, using September S. lti! .:!, in the .ibiv. P SRE4OtOMY
    J60 for a bed and haven't any barnyard an(1 consequently!' need Cl
    the vines we started Joy is much better also and North: TO 4PPF.4HIn named Court and cause, wheiti i tANER
    idea how many plants are in it cuttings from roughage, and do so with a greater She 6 I irrult Court. Hrndford (aunty, plaintiff seeks diM'ire Hradfonl E C 'fit1\i1\ A I,
    gets
    month Hope that by eating like a horse. 'County Telegraph shall
    dc about a ago. Florida: In < .an".r' publish thi ;
    (exactly, we mean, for we ; sense of knowing what we arcdoing. of citrus (Order in next four cn ii.
    will be able to have: qts. of dairy ration, 4 qts. lay ratioi'laintiff i vs. MargaretAnn weekl i."u.o. )
    this I
    know that we will have about the doing we We hasten to admit right dean IM\IS, iHftndanf Witness my hand and oificial seal
    she
    I pulp per feeding and j I at Starke, Florida, this c;. oldvac rctortjinP Jar PlEClOTH I
    number we need). We bought our own vines next year. now that most farmers undoubtedly I Guess Case No 9316Notice 1952: August ( rvarbu p r8
    looks for more. To : Check tof lJ ,
    it and Appear \t'f Sea- ..
    plants by the thousand last year i i I know all the things we do not I the up old girl hasn't heard about I To: Marp,.r(.t Ann Pat i is, whose :. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas \.rO\\ !\cCt'{of l.rod f IOU Jul ( 0 two.jfa mooa
    tc result-in and addressis: c' o of As Clerk of said Court
    and this year we bought them byVVVvvvvvvvvvyvvyvvvvvvvvi After messing around trying know, and to them much of the high prices. Mrs. Carrie Hainon Portsmouth, Hv Marian I, Crosbv, Deputy Clerk.Alan I J; al ettmgrat Jlulb but rnovegthat/ << dirt Iot onI jce -one
    information we seek i id very ele Virgi-na. I i aVrnter.. Jr 403: Smith I coninkate Jim .neioil. PII"f> and' re'I
    rYYYYYYYYYTYTYTTTT. YTI. 1YTTLet You are hereby notified that a Iuilding. Jai ksomiUe, FloridaiAtt 1' Clean Casoll lutcl 7f'c'tl\'- Aat Justin cum
    feel
    mental. However, we sure five spotted pigs tc suit for > s. for IMf. S'l. i> 4t Sl"i! l\rl\ke f ) Ii .
    Cncc
    I. NOTICE!! PLANNING TO MOVE? the data on corn stover is relit market Took our at Gainesville-the new has Divorce teen filed against you in the 1 i I Noricn-TO \ri'nn I :atet\..ion can a1\1\\'S Itellt tot I ff It/I 4JP/P'lo pllJs eft 111)81.lrfPro., 1u'tJrxa: /
    187 tests. '1'ra1\5t1\
    based
    able for it is on market. The pigs weighed 21C above named Court and cause and In Circuit Court, Itradfonl County .u b r 1 aorf>e '! t
    "Florida In ('hnnccrr.Ureal I ire d' abA
    We could tell of many things we you are required to serve a copy Ir I t .0ll1tllre -
    and got 25c a lb. and are Kills.m: Plaintiff, Willie I IJ'a\ at'
    for Ibs. we the "I' and
    -* us do the job you com- your answer or pleading to : y."aut 'thol
    .. I this' book. ;,
    far h
    have learned so in II..t: Ellison, Ueft'ndantI )
    .J"... .r''f... | well complaint on the Plaintiffs ob- I
    :o. We operate I local I and I long pleased. Chtetra {Of -
    plete. but we're so enthusiastic about it 1 A::":-;..y, Theron A. Yawn, Jr. I Case Xo. 9"1I:1 and 1
    ; distance in U. S. Starke, Florida I Xotlc To 4ppenr. nS
    anywhere tc lIt.ructlo
    I'LA. wouldn't know when
    "' 1 that we I the runt pig from that and file the original in the office i To: Willie, Lee Ellison. whos
    / j !{ stop. Suffice to say then, that Sand of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on residence and address is: I'nknowi, \ J'capr -
    i litter (named Knothead) and if or before the I I You are hereby notified that a ,
    book
    Phone311 1 250-J one of the statements in the weight on the lath day of Septfmhrr. r'"i2.:!: 'suit for ( :
    or I
    made a big impression on us; it we can put some otherwise i tht. all<.}! I little stinker we'll eat her. First Complaint will I b. i.tk M .;- ioiifess has been filed against yon in the
    of the OTH
    said that the objective her. Now ,'d l.y \ cu. |above named Court and cau e and During
    Facilities did is worm
    rExcellent Storage book was to help farmers an we'll the feed to her. your answer or pleading t I.. the 48
    stockmen feed their stock economically I pour Complaint on the 1'laiitiff-
    :1 *
    : AND So often scientists are TUXEDO .\ttointj. T Frank Landrum FOR 2A U uS
    R. B. ALVAREZ I Planted 1-4 Ib. of Glory of En' j ji Starke.: Florida,
    removed from the dailygrind
    T J SON too far irj and file the original in the office i"f
    of making a living to bE'Let i khuizen cabbage seed in a row FEED STORE the clerk. of the Circuit Court on
    for Delchcr Bros.Perryman this week' or before the
    'I.Agellts j the kitchen garden
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    Mil .
    day of September\ I! 2.
    4f/ --J Bldg. S. Court St. I hoping to raise some plants I Keystone Heights i otherwise the allegations of 'a..1
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    dried out the soilso I"lImltlallt111 be taken as ".nf.--
    Then the !sun
    the garden hose an(! !i[ FEEDFERTILIZER td by you.This notice.
    we got shall be puMKh.il Andrews Motor
    Us Thoroughly wetted the row good. If we can ,,| once each week for four conserum. Co1
    weeks in the EYadford County Tel.-
    Clothes the plants started we plan tc I graph.
    Wash Your get
    I! them from the sun until !! SEED -. PLANTSH. Dated this 6 day c.f .\ug\l.t. l'i',.'
    ENROLL NOW 9 Pound protect t (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
    I they get going good. I Clerk ot the Circuit Court
    Madison & Adams Sts.
    I V. JOHNSON ;1 ray Maii.in I.. Crcsb I>.putv eb iki Phone 118
    For 40c!
    I' i 8'8 4t o ."
    We know the value of culling !I PROPRIETOR I ; ::-
    Fall Classes Begin Sept. 2, 1952 FREE Bleach If Desired I I NOTK: iI.iC'rlov: STARKE FLORIDACoke
    dog fennel in August. Last year I .I I l It WainwiiKhi :\tdlur ,'fIStaiKe
    Temple .Ave Stalk' we chopped it out of our house I I I I \Florida l t.> \iitu. if t''..

    SPECIALIZING IN: pasture, and this year we had i

    only very little of it growing. We I I -

    Shorthand Typing : are chopping that out, along with ,

    Accounting English We Will other weeds. I

    Your Clothes \ I
    Spelling Filing Dry goes
    Had a pleasant visit from M' DEAM/
    Stenograph The Machine Shorthand For 20cIn I' ,
    !, and Mrs. Prescott, who are ex
    New Automatic Drlenl I '
    j Yankees fromV'ay down East"I LIVESTOCK
    The Schools AirCollditionedHOWELL'S I Bradford County very I
    ; They like
    I I FOR FREE REMOVAL OF DEAD
    I | much. i LIVESTOCK CALL with good times

    BUSINESS SCHOOL 1 I 1 1i Phone Gainesville 3330 Collect ;

    i, A coil conditioner named'Kiihum" ,

    i The Washeteria is being nationally ad..I.tisf'd FLORIDA REXDERERS, Inc.ATTENTION t

    218 W. University Ave. Gainesville, Fla. I. \.... now and we were wondering I

    how good it would be for ,

    us. According to Dr. G. M Volk I II
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    of the University Experiment !I
    I Station. farmer and home a When you're off for an out\ in"r.

    I gardeners would do well to "gr

    FURNISHED FREE WITH PURCHASE OF slow"' with it, as the experiment remember lint Coke adds life

    being conducted at the University If You Have EL'

    have not been under way long 1 i : and sparkle to the occasion.Take .


    ANY NEW RANGE IN OUR STORE soil i enough.i designed and to not be for for conclusive.the sticky sandy compact But soil it I I PINE ER OR TO CYPHESSTDI SELL n erwuph along..r .


    of Florida. I II Large or Small Tracts .

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    ONE 50 GAL PROPANE TANK I! that Out if ip At' t the' are pole successful house patch in rais.1 se' We Buy All :.tl

    PAY TOP PRICES
    we'll have bed
    i! mg Cabbage plants

    readIf we fail with cabbage. ", 9Yrite

    I guess uell\ plant greens there.

    o | S5 \ or Call
    Nothing I | by / .._ .
    < mi eggplant was a failure thif'eal 1R

    We bought the plants and

    L To Buyor !! bt>ht'that if you buy plants you B. THOMAS

    ; j often getting

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    PHONE 211 J ,

    i Thft': ; always something tc P. 0. Box 735 ,

    fuss vi'h! on a farm and now it':' STARKE, FLA.

    the, 'atton wagon. Have trouble

    Pay For ,tar rat n and after a new bat .'. -, '-- ..'.

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    and
    every sense of fine and upright

    modern serving and unusual carefulness -

    Gas in guarding against needless ext l r.

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    Tank Furnished Free -- Installation Free I. f Funeral Director Ambulance Service :.a -.,, ,
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    I Our local funeral home enables tu to offer conveniences and I

    I I services not otherwise available.I II

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    I I We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and I BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COtA COMPANY BY

    accept ANT life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY i STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
    PHONE 121 STARKE FLA.
    company aj payment In part or in full on a funeral. ,

    Consultation carries no obligation. "'Col.-. 0 r.gda.d troJ-l. e lon, THE COCA
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    FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, 1952 PAGE ELEVEN
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    I! to pet back to school if you would Adding Maonines; an* Portable
    Westinghouse Setzer's Low Prices On Foods '
    I | Quality bring: her in and let us give her a Typewriters<< sold on time.-Brad-

    becoming inexpensive permanent 'ord County Telegraph
    : At i wave '

    Driggers sTops ',Are Big Help In Keeping Down H.C.O.L. ,I You will atmosphere enjoy the of quiet the Se\an.1homelike "

    !
    In TV Radio
    flour Beauty Shop. It is locate! PHONE 218

    I We read a lot today about price fleeted In hitter T.i'ie dt'hcioup! out of the business district s.

    a I WESTINGHOUSE- is a going higher an
    name better known than ever before |housewives who have formed the resulting In hetur appetites and! is an ideal place to take children

    throughout the United Stat*, habit of shopping at SETZER'S healthier bodies. Busy mothers can leave them with
    Mrs.
    , for it was Westinghouse that. SUPER STORES know that they By selling for cash and busing Seymour ii* and feel perfectly safe while;

    brought the Nation the two national ': are getting the most in quantity Self-Service. Setzer's keeps overhead they are gone.

    political conventions that: I j for their money, no matter what expenses down and passer Gives PreSchoolBeauty After the damage dent by summer FLOWERSFOR

    1115r0kf were followed closely by million;. i the trend in prices happens to be.t' the savings on to satisfied customers ', wind sun and ater. it ti-

    I' on television. DRIGGERS FURNITURE < With the opening of school at ;I in the form of lower prices :,' quite likely that your daughter ALL OCCASION!

    I CO. is proud to be the< hand we know that plenty of Every mother has to Tips as well as yourself- needs a complete
    watch her ,,
    r1 \ agent for Westinghouse product! wholesome food is a "must" i reconditioning treatment.
    //1 N ti < good I pennies these days. for if shrjdoesn't ar
    I in Starke and vicinity.Westinghouse if our children are to remain heal she ''II well as individual hair-shaping: ''
    will find her family's'food Yt'S. Mothei th.it unit is here
    i is synonymou; and full of during the I and personalized hair styling .
    I thy pep I bill far exceeding the budget. again: (j)
    i with the best and finist reception long fall and winter months. But there is no reason to waste'' School time Hurry and call Mrs Seymour
    I we And
    in Television. If you have not y'et( Educators and doctors agree that time mean. (phone 201-J i for a pre-schoo' '
    precious 10pping around"when what
    would
    t3k Yty television set, :you essential tc delight that lovely :
    3ls e. bought your health and energy are appointment today. DISH GARDENS
    e dS you buy at Setzer'OU little girl of yours more than mak- !
    will certainly want to see the maintain good
    child if he is to
    a
    models before are assured of getting the lowest ing her a pie-school gift of a flat TOTTERY
    I new Westinghouse grades participate in sportand prices that can be offered on I tering new permanent wave' MUSIC LKSSOXS
    making this important 'decision at minimum
    absenteeism a '
    x keep merchandise.
    quality POTTED PLANTS
    BACK Many buyers are surprised tc SETZER'S goal is always tc Elizabeth Seymour, owner and I Registration for fall piano lessons .
    I' Mothers don't delay! If you're operator of SEYMOUR'S
    table BEAUTY
    learn that a beautiful new supply the largest variety of fine i with Miss Louise Stern arE"I
    not already one of Setzer's satis- SHOP at N. Water I FLOWERSlRED
    for & Tentr-
    model TV set can be bought foods to the people of Starke and at her
    bom
    being accepted now
    ; ) SCHOOL I as little as $199 at DRIGGERSand -- vicinity at the lowest prices found fied customers stop by today. See Streets says: It would do wonders | ANYWHERENona
    the.t'ry real savings in mont'y'and for Lafayette St. ApplicationF'
    'terms of payment are sc anywhere. The every day savings your daughter's morale Ion St SUrk
    s Hop on jour high hrrse, your low horses.TO I easy. too. Just ask about them. ( effected by trading at Setzer's allows time that can be yours by no matter what her age anc" j will be accepted up until St I't }

    or jour old shank's mare and hustle in Driggers is also proud of its i housewives to add variety tc shopping in this complete, modern !I make her more eager than ever Miss Stern said.
    to Starke for all school needStarke! I I
    electric
    A line of Westinghouse their shopping which will be re friendly food store! r....------------------
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    : merchants as usual hate left no stone I ranges and recommends them for i TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVTfVTTTVTVTTT TTTTTTT W AM A

    unturned to gather together all the useful I the most delightful cooking both FAIRYLAND KINDERGARTEN

    -.... things you'll need to make the new summer and winter. Westinghouse 3 ii

    term a huge suwss. Read the messages I refrigerators too in are their recognized field : Lawson's Market & Cold Storage OPENS SEPTEMBER *
    on these pages before you start out to I as the leaders and advantages E 1 & 2 ,

    do your school shopping. and have many features till ...
    I over models offered ir .... ...

    I want other one lines." Driggers'To see says.one is t tc i Has A Fine Line Of Meats & Products t 3.4 _REGISTRATION 9. 11 A. M. **.m ia ,till till*

    Sanders Jewelry Offers Fine Watches This popular furniture store is i I .4 4

    well-stocked with the items t 4 and .5 Year Olds
    Children
    also or of E it *
    1 Law-son's Market & Cold Storage when M'u' eau have the best f J.H Kindergarten Age
    much in demand at the: .
    I that are ;i located near the depot on the same money at Law sons E ONLY > jj 4if
    : opening of every school term- Washington Street carries the The \"oldtoragI' farilitie at
    Good Repair Service radios, bookshelves j till till
    desks
    Lovely JewelryAll student lamps finer line of fresh meats and meat Law<;on', offer farm families and
    I and many others. Drip j I products available at mighty others the opportunity to .store i $10 Per Month From 8:30 A.M. to 1:00 p.r,-1. E 4V

    l I gers recommends that parents fix these days of LFXCIIIX SCHOOL CAFETERIA *
    reasonable prices in away freshly butchered meats 01
    young people love nice jewelry Starke. and furnish attractively a private I I" (

    that is why SANDERS I And there are many other useful 'I up room, or at least a small i' skyrocketing costs.student' meal i is i, meats bought in large quiintitie1, .4 EerIa\ will he filled with Stories (;tames. :Music Activities, Artrti\ *& till<
    of time It'en
    No school for long periods '
    WATCH REPAIR AND JEWELRY gifts that await you selectionin I[ nook for every student in the i I without some itie... Rest Periods elc. ...
    advises sending the young attractive displays at SANDERS : family. No child can do his homework really complete modest cost. *m
    folks in your family back to school JEWELRY. Just see the to best advantage unless he :.i kind of nourishing meat-the I The refrigeration ser\ne i i- <\It t .4 HOPE TO SEE Ul :MONDVY MRS. C. G.; PRIEST. TEACHER l
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    next week with a necklace brace'l windows! Handsome pen and pencil I can get off to himself and study body's chief source of of this protein.old 1! pendable and !safe and for the hluuuuu.uu uuuuuuuuu .

    let, ring or watch. The sets are always popular with : in quiet amid pleasant surround I. II. A. Lawson. owner business, in- past few years has proved to bf
    dent will feel and do better workif the busy student and are very established Starke 'extremely' popular in this section --

    he or she has a nice piece of I useful during the school term. I ings. invites parents tc : vites mothers of school childrento This service begins on October 1 iI

    jewelry to "dress up" with. I Then when that allimportantbirthday I Driggers in and browse around at the i, come in daily and select their when Lawson's modern sanitarv VALUES
    come I of
    Mother and father should real. rolls around nothing I beginning of the new school term i I meats from a large inspected variety cuts meat-curing department also be I G
    could be suitable for either choice government its annual operation. offtMI
    I more that are gins
    ize that it means so much to their 'and see the many things and sani tAT
    I boy or girl than a beautiful birthstone on display in this clean ing sugar cure and smokehous.
    boys and girls if they could start I offered for the comfort and convenience I
    i mounted in handsome tary market. facilities to stockmen and other
    the new school term with a nice a of young students. P
    new watch for a reliable watch is setting. I I :, At this time, when the price of needing the services
    I
    a student's most valued friend and I SANDERS takes a personal in- I meat is necessarily higher than it I j "'\'e invite your inspection o-

    constant companion. Punctuality terest in customers, trying to see I was some years ago, it is essential -I our facilities," Mr. Law-on said; Y

    is one of the most important trait', that they go away satisfied. Thereis that housewives shop where, needs for meator -
    [
    "Whatever
    can: learn and a I no high-pressuring but only a i they will get the most value for your .
    a young person
    storage. I believe we ian gn'tyou ) KOCH'S
    good watch is the best way tc sincere attempt to see that every ,, yt. ; their money. There is no real I DRUGSTORE-
    I
    customer what he wants at a in buying inferior grades what you want.
    teach it. No excuse then to be gets I economy 1.WPER

    late to classes or appointments.Watch reasonable price. II 1Guidon st

    repair service at SANDERS Get the habit of looking at I II \ MEMO
    SANDERS' first. You will be sure \\ BOOK"Big
    LJ well known for its high I o 5c

    standard and owners of fine to be and pleased the price.with both the quality i I Good Clothing At Moderate Prices I, t\\.C\l Value", 3 x 5 ruled . . . 64 sheets

    watches in this area have come tc I I
    II I For the gifts you'll give with & l PENCIL LEADS
    depend on SANDERS for quality let SANDERS, jew- I I 5C
    I pride your I thin standard size . . . Package
    service since their opening in eler be your guide. !I i Is Policy Followed By Barksdale'sSchool I WAX CRAYONS

    !
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    Grill I opens again on Sept. 2 see how many famous n.tt.onalU: l top quality; 16 rich colors . ,

    Television Will Children Home I I!: and once again the mothers of I advertised brand name an01('

    Keep : Popular With Bradford County are confronted i;li our shelves and couutcrI curl 1 1i 49C & UP ZIPPER BELMONT SPECIAL
    i 'with the problem of outfitting i famous name as Gay ('nb.sor

    warm I JUniors Lorett Togs, Bobbu
    good

    Shepherd Equipped To Sell Service"Television I School StudentsGeorge I I their clothing youngsters that will with wear well and I I Brooks, Peg Palmer dresses Re? BINDERS Black-2 or 3 ring i on

    I yet not be too expensive.I j Goose & Story Book shoes: Stud

    I a time like this, when the boy shirts MacGregor sport-wi-at: $1.50 VALUE .
    Kopelousos, genial
    is certainly the an I value Labor Warranty absolutely 1 t of the GUIDON GRILL proprietor I rising cost of living makes every and Fruit of the Loom underwvai; 0 \ .

    swer to the plea of parents as tc FREE with every set purchased 1" count the buying public [ Berkshire, and Fruit of the J.01l PENCIL
    is! always glad to see a new term penny SUE" COWHIDE
    how to keep their teen-age bojsand : from him during a limited time. I ( appreciates a place like BARKS- hose
    of school
    get under way. "I like
    girls home at nights," says I In stressing the importance of to see the children going by on I I[ DALE'S DEPT. STORE where a I I And we not only cater '" -'h,1> ,,' ,_ 4SPLIT -grain finish genu0 69

    CHAS. C. SHEPHERD owner radio and television to the student I their way to and from BHS, andI I conscientious effort is made tc dren. There are plenty of itt-min ,- mfJ cover.2 or3-ring site,

    and manager of the ONLY COMPLETELY I Mr. Shepherd points out that I like to think that I am doing t I keep prices at a low level. Our I stock to interest: their niothci- BIG VALliE 2long pockets,

    EQUIPPED AND some such' as historic that we are tryingto well.Barksdale's ,..
    programs customers:; know and fathers as .uu
    I my part by serving them and their I ... t --
    STAFFED SERVICE FACILITYIN broadcasts, schools of the air, etc. supply their needs at a reason- shoe department i i-
    parents a good, wholesome mea!
    THIS AREA. may actually be assigned as class I i I and they seem to appreciate ASSorted Economy Buy !
    able cost and their color
    at also to parents
    !I a reasonable price, Mr. Hope a joy S, 2 or 3 punch,
    "Many parents tell us that their room work by many teachers. this service. Our school i ffnish metallic 5c &
    I: shoe\ ,
    lou! >os said I children. Our special x-ray o N O.2 ,
    boys and girls are now quite con i Every school-age child should carefully chosen for le.. wide ruled.
    I 'clothes are fitter makes certain that you get FILLER PAPER lot
    tent to stay at home and see a have his own room equipped witha :j In its more than ten years oservice wearability, simplicity and econ- for that Big count! .
    I the right size growingboy 3
    PACK
    ,; to the of
    people Starke and
    show rather than small radio set of his own, cater tc Orr2 C
    good television very I[ vicinity, as well as thousands of omy, and we especially I or girl, and that is so very ... t,. > -
    trying to find some new place togo in addition to the larger family the boys and girls.
    every night," Mr. Shepherd television set in the living room. I tourists annually, the Guidon Grill : In younger preparation for the schooldays important.We MECHANICAL: PENCIL: :
    says. I Excellent mall radios can be I has built up an enviable reputa- I ahead visit BARKSDALE'Sspacious are sure you will t'njm \om\ ages. Ass't'd colors

    Right now Mr. Shepherd i is bought for very little money I Lion for good food hospitalitycleanliness modern store in Starke. visit to BARKSDALE'S COM i W E R Ma5= 9c&a

    urging the public to come in and Just imagine the delight of your courteous waitresses. Take a leisurely look around and and let us show you aioir-:: ER t ( .,.J1' -:: *
    if i with and moderate prices. I E B Uses4"standardlads.)!
    see the new RCA line which child if you present him one

    featuring "MAGIC MONITOR" of these wonderful little sets at i And this popularity isn't hard tri I "
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    Table models with 17 inch screen the beginning of the new school I i understand, for where else could I

    are priced as low as $199.50 scthere year. you i sit down to an appetizing 4 COMPOSITION BOOK lOVz x 8, ruled; wire binding ,15c
    is excuse for aynone tclonger set luncheon of meat, two vegetablesa Farmers Supply Ready To Fill Needs an V 5000 *
    no So. whether it's a new you 2 FILLER TABLETS 2- or 3-punch, ruled; big count . 25c
    themselves the pleasure : nice salad and hot corn muffin? nonyms+
    deny want, or repairs on the old set bt''sure S
    y 12" RULERS Simplex reading scale brass edge. ,10c
    of television.Mr to see Charles C. Shepherdand or rolls for the unbelievably Tries 1 easy ;

    Shepherd is also makingthe your satisfaction will be : price of 50c In spite of soaring Rural Students And Families Antony S PENCIL SHARPENER "Twin Cutter" . . ,1,19
    Of
    exceptional offer of u $39.50 guaranteed :! food' prices, the Guidon is sun i pages LEAD PENCILS Supreme; none finer. No. 2 lead . 5c

    I serving its famous 50c luncheon '-'- 4.: color 8 x 10 TABLET Rexall "Big Count", 50 sheets . .10c

    I Mr.[ Korelou os. or "George" at FuUir FirmtT' Futui Homo. and i If! Y'II fast: t.> e 'i' "it' maG Ilk
    he i is c MUCILAGE handy spreader top? _
    popularly known doubt -
    I rakers and 4-H boand girl want in our stoi "tr \ i II! ik< ,,

    Plan Now For Education I that any other restaurant any- will find in the FARMER:? every effort to pet it toi \o>i .\ .ih\ t: TABLETS Lord Baltimore, linen finish; 32 sheets 25c
    College
    ".here co.iid match this batga.n SUPPLY on Tenth St. the dependable very little delay." a\s the! TYPING TABLETS 8th x 11 size; jumbo count 25c
    in good food. That is the
    I, Guidon; is so popular with why the 1 tools and farm imple I FARMERS Other items SUPPLY.stocked this :: PENCIL ERASER old fashioned soap style , 5c
    tc bv
    I ments that are so necessary
    Advises Conner & Gay Agency young folks. Even the ones on a success in modern methods of I popular store include Insulation .. = BALL POINT PEN SIend-0-Rite . . 69c

    modest allowance can enjoy a I farming and homemaking. Board. Roofing. Thick-Butt Shingles o CRAYON PENCILS wood covered, box of 12 colors .1Sc

    I George Kepelousos. genial pro. ': Asbestos Siding.: Tarpaulin-
    "Our farmers and future farmers
    Xo matter how voung your handicap that he can never overcome : necessary if they *are to have in popular sizes, and substartn 1' Ct\) \
    should the habit of
    get bu'ingthE'ir cas nC"c'Sl VALUABIE COUPON
    child i i.'. it is never too soon tc no matter how hardworkingor energy enough to do their best implements in Starke where items for the children in the -A \ ?5> IQ5S

    pt/tt planning ahead for hi: deserving he might be. I work in the classroom and on the what toy line. t'r+osome
    are getting
    they can see they
    "
    college education, advises the Conner & Gay are also stressing athletic field. "1\'e are in business .ntl- < ., FOUNTAIN
    ntiog tcMd !
    I and where the articles can be PEN SPECIAL
    CONNER & GAY INSURANCE I at this time that every homeowner I The Guidon is open on Sunday bought just as cheaply as if ordered termination to serve .he p-. ;. Easy bore %t: III

    AGENCY Now at the beginningof I take stock of his fire in- I too. and George states that many I from some big mail order with quality hardware and < ,. .>... g ttt \1.95 \) I iii
    PRESENT THISCERTIFICATE
    a new school l term, is a good i surance and see if it is adequate I families are taking advantage of house" fays the FARMERS farm and home necessities' RiG, 69c1 MM( ii '

    time to give serious thought tc to meet replacement needs in these this service so that mother cano SUPPLY. prices." says the FARMERS Sf'F1JPLY. I AND "hireEN :

    this matter. I days of higher prices. Manypeople to church with the rest of the I "We are proud to s.i- 011"I _
    Half of the battle the farm if I FOR
    on
    "How wonderful it would be if I have not reviewed their family and not have to stay home ''we have not !swayed from! "-' 1,1N\ FOUNTAIN PEN
    work
    to $1.00
    father had the insurance needs in several having! good equipment and customers kUI'.f <' \.I\l\S\\
    every mother or fire and labor over a hot stove. What goal our REA ONE .
    with and the Farmers Supply is
    foresight to take out a small years and if they were to lose a pleasure it u for families tc they are assured of a sugarI'! 1

    policy with us at the time of their home by fire now it would dine together in the cool clean atmosphere ; known for always selling the best when they trade with us \ 1f\ -
    birth which by financial disaster. becauseit ,, They stand behind everything they ) \t\\\ t]
    their children's mean of the air-conditioned I :
    There is always plent of paik '
    sell, so you are assured of satisfaction > 1\1\ .
    the time they were grown wouldbe cost two or three times as much Guidon. sy. SI\leed. r -
    -t'-
    sufficient to provide for their | to build the same home today. It I when you buy there. ing space at the FARMERS SUPPLY '. / taint \ I' rittr -E[D]

    higher education" says Conner & i 1 is most important that you revise ,1 "In spite of shortages we have 'I so why not do your shopping Cf1 QO She ers ..

    Gay. You will be surprised at your fire insurance to meet present I I tried to ke-p our stock complete there in comfor. and easeDon't I a Rich gold finish metal cap with sturdy pocket cup.Oc II,19'

    how little it costs to insure the I day needs, especially when i ,'1I. \ {; 4 I Full size gold plated medium point: Qr

    future of jour child. I fire insurance rates are so low I II @ .. r:; steel tipped for long use.

    But even worse off than those and can be had for even less or. ; r l'J ?
    "- Last Few
    I Forget DaysLINNIE'S 1 J
    who cannot afford college, are the I I long-term basis. i *.. !)p,

    children who cannot even finish If you are in doubt about any 1. : ,;;, \ ; I II JtI
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    high school because of the deathof phases of your insurance. or would : m .

    a father who failed to carry like to know more about the attractive j I 4'f4c

    to provide for just i ... \' \ CLOSING OUT SALE StorePhone
    enough Insurance educational policies .::/-\\'z1 V Koch Drug

    his family. The boy or girl whc call Conner & Gay phone 2S5, and n \
    Take Advantage of These Amazing Bargains To
    is forced to quit school and go tc : they will be glad to go over your (;/ V Outfit Your Children For School I 53 Starke, Fla.I .

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    \ Healthful Foods At Cook's Grocery Give Your Child A New Bicycle : ._n



    Watch him WHIZ through School


    Provide Energy For School ChildrenWith For School Advises Western Auto :I,


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    economists predicting that endanger their lives as well a? ":-:0 school age boy or gir! models" Mr Jaudon said "Sf II give him ( her)

    I should be denied the pleasure and you or
    the cost! of living is going even the lives of their schoolmates. you see, there is really no need]! -

    :' privilege of owning a bicycle if to deny your child this [::: i
    pleasure
    the months to come.
    higher in 1 I Mr. Cook realizes that the success [ :
    it is humanly possible for their any longer a beautiful new
    GROCERY is glad to be
    COOK'S of his business depends upon I "
    parents to buy them one. J. F. I
    able to help the housewives of| satisfying his customers both OFI Jaudon. proprietor af the Western And bicycles are just one of the I /

    Starke and vicinity to keep their 1,I'to quality and price and he i iI i- Auto Aaiociation Store said in many useful items carried b> : _'
    .
    well nourished WESTERN AUTO. Household REMINGTONPORTABLE
    school-age children 'ever grateful for the wonderful i
    discussing the of school L
    with good, wholesome food at patronage that is accorded him next week. opening .. appliances of all kinds many hard : .

    prices the family budget will al. and his store. If you don't believe Think back over your childhood. ware items toys fishing tackle i
    I
    that reasonable prices and paint etc. are just a few nf thf : M
    low.That What was the greatest thrill of
    is why Mrs Housewife is hand in hand many, too numerous to mention
    good quality go atj i the many thrills you received during -
    appreciative than ever of check the values "We are t TYPEWRITER
    more COOK'S just | those happy days Sure it certainly proud of thE :

    the co-operation given by Earl offered there against other store I was the time you received a brand business we have built up in the i

    Cook and his efficient staff in in this vicinity and you will be new bicycle wasn't it? years we have been in Starke'Mr TERM

    supplying the family with quality convinced. I' With the opening of school Jaudon says. "We f( a
    foods at the most reasonable your patronage is a'olt' "f' s > \c PAYMENT
    ;
    Another point in favor of shopping I however, the bicycle becomes more nfidence :*
    you have in the \\". tern
    priced. is always
    at Cook'sthere than a mere luxury and source of
    boys and girls need I Auto Store and I TO SliT
    Growing for the we want MUI n
    plenty of parking space pleasureit becomes an absolutenecessity
    and deserve the best foods in north of know that we really appt.nn: ,
    store u located just Boys and girls with YOIU:
    order that they might keep fit, town on U. S. 301, out of the congested ,I bicycles never have to worry their "'e will try to show r'tit :mpi.-i! (a

    both in mind and body and thus: business area. I parents to take them to school, tion by giving you the saim < Iu : NEEDS:\

    learn rapidly and alsc dial welcome .,
    be able to and prompt NetMiin {
    You are assured of both quality and meet them when school is
    give a good account of themselves I the future that we hat< g\'t'r! I
    and economy when you buy at over in the afternoon. Then. too
    Their bodiesmust :
    on the athletic field. and find handy for in the past. We hope to loimnu I
    out in so
    COOKS so come on j i a bicycle comes

    be kept strong especially why so many of your friend, running errands for mother! 1 to merit your business .it al' I
    during the winter months, in orderto out EVERYTHING THE STUDENT NEEDS only 82.50 plus tax
    there.
    I "
    Ward off diseases that would!1 and neighbors are trading I "We have beautiful bike! in all times. ,I



    --- -\OTIfK 10 .'....Ian ,'above named Court and ..11". anil 1 India Ink All Colors Fountain I'en Ink .
    I In Circuit Court Bradford Count you are required to fer\f a ,"j py ..I| ij
    Flnrliln In Chanrrrr. your answer or pleadini to. the Easterbrook Pens with Assorted Points S Scil
    Offers WholesomeMIToMeetNeeds I Ir:1 ward Graves Home Dairy i, tiff \s \nnie r.nn "tt llntierjiltfondant Att.Tni-y. T. Fiaik. LuiiliumSlarke. Sharpeners Typewriter Ribbons "I
    f.iNu.. 9.3.!:!:', Florida : T.peX

    I :Nutlrr To Apprnr.T and file the original in the offic* writer Paper Ink Eraser "ml'o i .
    : .1'Ini.' I't-nn-tt !t"II-'r. wlios.- of the Clerk of the ('ir, tilt Court
    Smith 'a- before and Stencils and other I..
    ri-! Of School StudentsWhat rolinaI l'th day! of !Sejitf-niln i 1 I"''..'.
    I You are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations said necessities. PENCILS RING BINDER Loon mum UAP JUNO lOOKS
    I I suit for Divorce has been filed Complaint will be tak. n as mnfe I
    ', against you in the use named ".sd |.V 1111. '
    Good health if Court and cause and you are required This notice shall '>e publishedonce I
    a wealth of health and your children. : to serve a copy of your an- : each week for four ioniiutiv.weekt I BRADFORD COUNTY

    ia packed into one little cheap at 25c per qt. It is mighty,. ewer or pleadine to the complaint I in the Bradford "Countv Tflf TELEGRAPHOFFICE
    energy
    the Plaintiffs Attorney T. I graph.
    without milk i on
    to do
    four-letter word: MILK-and poor economy Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida and n.tK-d this 13: day of .\UI.'II-1.t I"1 '.J I SUPPLIES
    in milk that comes from I to save a few pennies and have tc file the original in the office of the (OFFICIAL SHAD A J I"n..III.- PHONE 29!.
    especially Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Clerk of the fin-iiit I'.mrt1'y I
    GRAVES HOME DAIRY. | payout hundreds of dollars lateron the :22:! Jay nf Sfptentlier.\! :.::: Marian L. Crosby, Irpmty'Irrh| -
    when your child gets in a run .otherwise the allegations of raid 8 I I". 4t > -
    And what a great importance: Complaint will be taken as confessed -
    down condition and has to have
    MILK assumes at this season of, by you. uI
    the doctor. I This notice shall be publishedonce
    the year when we are getting each week for four consecutiveIweeks
    ready to start another successful' "I take great pride in my diary | in the Bradford County Tele-

    school term."Mothers 'I I and the milk that is produced I graph.1 la ted this :Jo ,Uf .\II II"t.1t! :.'!.
    there" Mr. Graves said.Ve SEAN A. J. Thomas .Ann NEW
    OFFICIAL
    ( oj
    who do not order a I :
    I| have the latest in pasteurizingequipment Clerk of the Circuit Court' Oil n a
    regular supply of milk are doing IsLuin: I. 'r.-i.\I l I''t>iin ( 1.-rk I n9
    their children a grave injustice." and other modem facilities I .. ':12!:! 4t 'I'I 12:

    local to give you pure wholesome MVTICI TO .\1'.',: \n ._ -
    T. A. Graves, well-known -- *** -- --- ""
    milk. All I ask is that you give'I In Circuit Court. Ilrnilfotd Count.Ftnrlriai },
    dairyman said this week. "Theyare .
    our milk a trial and see if your ''ltolf K..S,In'Ii. Chnnccrr.l PUintiff, r- KI..I.-II...
    expecting their children to dc
    children do not prefer it to al!l I' Lrch, I\I..f'n.IIII\
    .
    their best work, but are failing tc cj I i'..se Xn '.",::1.'I .. DEALER
    others. Let me start this week I j DODGE
    furnish them with the perfect I Sofl.-e T.pp..nr. PLYMOUTH
    leaving you a quart or more everyday I To: FI..r'n.1" Kns, ii. vihuse irsi'dinit -
    food that is so necessary to their and addles |I' x::i': Kiub"IStreet.
    dc
    and see if your children
    growth and good health. I (Camdfn New Jpr.s''y.
    not come through the winter i ir i You are ,hereby notified that a
    "Milk is not a luxury it is a health than before suit for Divorce nail been filed I i iajrainst
    I better ever 'I named
    f In the above j
    Mr. Graves continued. you I It
    necessity, when ili Court and cause and you are required -t
    |Milk is cheap insurance :
    "The price is cheap when youatop to serve a copy of your an-
    ,
    i I comes to protecting them frf rr I saver or pleading to the complaint
    to consider all the wonderful
    I lilt' Plainliff'tt..rl1l'r.. T.
    results that milk brings about in i i sickness and disease Ki.mk"n l.a'lIlrlllll.1 i Stark. Florida. TO j SERVE YOU I In --
    ,i,1.1, fil.. Hi.. original in the office
    (! Hi-, Milk uf tinCinuit Cum 11 I
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    daof
    1 i.n I'I i \I..f.'tr i the -- ..
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    .
    1..1'I 1"1 .tb>'rwlsr II
    u.in- ...t.rid ('nmpl.uiil \SO.PIt.m.1
    .
    lake II I- i otlti .srd hy Mill
    Let the I This, notifhall I lie: published
    once each week for four consi-cu- I
    live reeks; in the Bradford CountTVlfgraph > '
    u PY
    1..1..1 i th1- ?'II .1.,>" of .\\111'1.; l'1"1:
    I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thoma't
    t Clerk of the Circuit. Court +
    I:\ \1. in I. riusi\1 | | i'''pii'\ 'litk\
    STAR
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    'nT'n1'1'1! \It : W 70/Y
    lii (irruil ('ourt. llrntlliml loimt.
    litrula: In I h.'niccrj.
    F i I 1..11"'n i-Ullitiff \ Mil 1
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    r I.1 "ill. JI'fl"l..l'II':
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    .-St.: .. )
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    'I 1' i i 1- I u. in l..u -
    STORESend _
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    1. i u.' In 11 l by IWI.f1'I! I'in' '
    1 'rI. >;Y 13 R71Mkk31gtCnrOYvi
    e IS\o.
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    h"i ,. 'i'i,."i M. t rtl..1 against \ :. 'M, '
    tL.n. n I'ncil J ,'iint ami i 'i iv OUR POLICY
    .. :
    Your Boys and Girls I in. 11 .11111..1| tn sere i "I'i
    \ d' .11'1' or pll"ttlIII 1 +%ax
    nnpl, HI (Hi thi- I'I r
    1't i "I 11,' v \. .I. \I ,rl :.M : CUSTOMER SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
    l I' I 1..1\\ I'.M: hansI I: ',i iI
    BACK TO SCHOOLin .1 I i I 1,0/1\ ,ill I!<.. Floiid.i
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    :11.1 i I. tl"' ""iKMial In tin t r ,
    til'' I l 10,1'.1'I \ | till{ ''III'1111 'I'. W of
    Snl' ioI..1., Hill .. ore mighty' proud our appointment as your pp *

    .:.: U nt' 5rpt.'ntb.'t Dodge.Plymouth dealer here And we wantou to know

    Smart Economical Clothes i,,Ih.I i*,' ,h.- ."It'Kal-, ..: .i d!iI' d right from the start how' much we welcome this opportunity
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    .
    "nIpI.llnt| 1\ ill l't t.lkvii iI t t.
    ..,1 I I I.\ \ .n" to serve the jjtomotive needs of the people of Bradfo'rj
    This] n,.t.. ,> -.lull be i>tilili-li.], ], ..1 :
    yq County. We intend to see to it that each and every one of I
    WISH .MOTHERS Bl'TIIEII{ CHILDREN'S on ii hM"i I k fm four eonn'' ,'
    wiiks .11 tli.' i.i .ulloid Count. TiiiKI : you receives orompt, courteous attention at u''., 'es-wllh
    SHOES HERE. BECAUSE WE SPECIALIZE tnh
    IN t'a'. il ,ih" i I' ,1.1\| ,.f .\UI.'I-' I I.....' customer satisfaction guaranteed''
    FITTI\G'OUG.. GROWING; FEET.
    ;
    (OFFICIAL SKAI. A. J Thomas.
    "Our service men are always at your s*>ivir, > Tuey hove
    IWING YOUR YOUNGSTER; IN NOW AND Clerk of the Circuit Court
    i't\ I" I. i ', o-y. llo'pUI\'I.\1, been specially trained to provide extra fine ,.ppair wo o
    CHOOSE FROM 1 OUR WIDE SELECTION OF 'J 4t .- IJonci See Olll'BelJlllilil1 jJ/Jlr/Jo
    Cars;
    WELL CONSTRUCTED, LONG: WEARING(; i III, I (/re for all makes of cars and trucks And to assjr the ver/

    > : 10 .\''1'1It I t best in dependable work at all times we have expanded
    GOOD; 1.0011SCHOOL; SHOES
    In (Ircuit lonrtI<< IIr,4 lord County
    i Klorldn: In ChnnrrrTI :Job-IIc/erl'Jj'/lc and modernized our service facilities.
    'I I!. i r; II.rum, I'l.lllitlff is Kill Mi-- and litsKYJorlge s Today !
    4.t'; "III. 1 I'-f..ml.uit i if.l "So stop in and get acquainted, won't /QJ'' Inspect the

    /r\ \. !'KIS:I great new Dodge and Plymouth cars and Dodge 'Jcb-Roted'
    Notice To \ppenr. i
    I 1's 1:. I..1 :\1. i .i.>. H.inini i\it\ "-<, trucks now on display. We'll all be looking forward to

    ..ti \0)c ) ..I'tl i' i .--d y", i .'P..I'luielinotified il .nidus- unkioivn that a i ii I YES, EVERY car and truck ownerof dollars more for a car and still not get seeing you i!"


    ___ \ .:- I coif I'I f.'PI ,' of the make of vehicle all the roominess, ruggedness, performance -


    \ \ .- :,."11'j( \)\ I I .ili.his: .%..I....r n.i'iitil., ",1.1 i Court against: and you cause in and the i I owned-is invited to come in and see ,a nd famous dependabil ity of Dodge!

    .
    ,. < r."lulr..t to serve a oft j
    | copy
    "
    I Iy..u I
    : the wonderful facilities have for finest service at reasonable prices
    .in' .II-I\.r..r pleading to the we
    "- \ 1'\1. 1 Also we'd like to show truck
    ..- :v "'. I' CUlM! t.t! lit on the Plaiutiff'st. every
    ; ... /'SI V '\.. 1 iii'7. Aolk in .11' '. reach
    \. '., ... I serving you conveniently located-easy to
    p __ .. /) /1 I ') Ny FE': I't '; A\rnue, (iainesvillf. i! owner the many extra-value features
    ; Fl d
    'I i i
    j': i / ", \.., ,'J and' t ,.-...;h., original in the office ofit'u Visit us today and see our great line of found on the wide range of Dodge "JobRated" genuine MoPar factory parts used
    h/ Z'v.. '" t M'.. K .If tv-- Circuit Court DM
    ''' ,\ 'I'; I '" I"r '.I. ,r" the new bigger value Dodge car Look them extra-value deals on new cars and trucks
    ',\ I \ L// : .' >h .Icy 1 ..f S."I\'IlI..r. 1 t" Trucks which cover 98',< of all

    ,, i"1.\\! !s, 11... all'K.itions ,.f .1 1
    A _;) A/ / J I r i'. .hunt! .n' will Ie taken .,' .t/' ,,. over cluseK, sit in them ride in them hauling needs. Ranging from 4250 lbs.
    \ 1 \ d In \ 'J. I
    \ Ih shall b :.-i'I. ,1 discover
    i i. .tn-e" pub that could hundreds
    .'n'r i h t'ck for four v',>i,,., i YOu pay to 28,000 Ibs. G.V.Wthere's 1 a Dodge
    a "'I 1 ks n the Bradford Co au's r.
    g:.Ipi;,' Truck built specifically for every hauling HARDY BROTHERS
    .
    ". I 1 II I a.y Ol! \ r
    I
    Kit FI' '1.UrL: > A. .1 I Ii for lowest
    purpose-"Job-Rated"
    i 1'1.,1. of the'I i
    1 OS ? ,. V! ," I t. i'. ..,l.v, ]I'

    I.. ./j ;/h \. S 1 I'. -st per mile-superbly engineered to MOTOR CO.STARKE .

    ./ In Circuit t curt llrmllnril <(< nun, era on the job and last longer.
    I'lorlila: In Chnncrrr.
    .. 1 {* I me-*t. riai;: '
    PLYMOUTHDODGED
    .. >;i. I't.!. mi.int h1aKt' it a date trvlanr tomorrow

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    Inter nf Puhlicatinn and :Nutlrr toppvnr a".nr a.; '.: : ) '

    -( F 1 ," ,I. !1. '
    I. I to I TRUCKS Phone
    Ave.
    K \I''l .. l' dr :!, e a., 600 Temple 69
    t i I .,' vv .t
    ) l Ti .r i. ri nuiri.d tot .of! r, I -Un._. 1
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    i art itd i at -t '
    : '. KS .1.vr.e ,'. II.'
    1 -. ,tim shrill\ pi! i (f Depfndablt'SERVICE
    I..I' I 1. \' f'>ll' U<-fkl\ '
    \\ *- 1\ hand and "ff ds-- it I
    1.95 to 4.95 J'.1 ... ., 1 t.l'r': d.i thisu.. I"- ,'

    L 11\
    oFVl-MVI.1 SF ALi A. J Thomas ..: r
    ..
    \s Clerk of said C..nrti .
    We are Complete j'i .. Mn \', I I. t'r.'sny. IVputy Clerk
    \. .r' i I. 1'I! i.l: I til7' Cen-...IIh'! '
    I :. 1 n>: I ....' ''\ tile. F'!..r lt: x"
    )l Look For This
    Sign
    y' 1 I' > .. 4NO .
    Outfitters -

    TICK TO AIMMMll Th firr.'j :- i.tifics '
    Ser.
    :s ? : our i cI
    In Circuit Court, llrailtord County
    Florida; In ChnncrrT. ,,, ,, >pdrtmer.t u.tr ii.ce as the day way tj
    for 1 \ 1.: ,'i ,nz .i.otch arJ : .
    theStudents
    p service rtpj'r : tear: !
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    m 1'-' -" .1..t Y :..echanta..usmgmodrn, SC :.' scr\, '.

    Notice To. \pnritr k'a equipment. Look for it <,.I*! .- ling, ',-
    \; ri I1.i m:;* z. v "
    : "' l oidtr9s, IX: 1 I .. s,411 (when traveling) at ar.,; ',Et. re tt.:1
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    \- .\ \ .-k. Xr*. N I', 000"r 4000 Dodge deafen tr.r,,.gt.: .t .\ 'ira.
    \' .i a. i IItrdOIlL"d :!h..' a Spcci'icotioni, A ;>
    .t -. ono equipment >; f IJhull.ll
    tjbect| to change thou' not r.wr
    i'ire, ( -" 11'n- .6
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