Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03179
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03179
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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t\ery: year about this time the men of Staike's National Cuar 11

unit !tuff' their duffle ha-js sling: park.. on their backs, grab! a rifle

and head' off for two weeks of summer field training:. This year was
Official County Publication Established In 1S79TKKE.
no exception.! Last :.Sunday afternoon the Telegraph followed the men &tt .J1
around recording the last two hours before their departure for Camp VOLILME SEVKXTY-roi'K > FLORIDA KH'>.\\ U tl >T I. J9.V! NI '11I'.1: nil" : iv.

McClellan. Pictures be,..\v tell the story. t4f :

'State Legion Tournament 4 f. .

Will Open Here Tuesday .

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( Baseball Notables Will Attend ; 'j'11 '
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; ". \ c, 1 t II I Guardsmen Reach Camp On Schedule; Starke Loses V('K I'lT'llFlFOR POSTVI;

\ Banquet In Cafeteria Monday Night

... l 4 1 i Find Alabama Hot As StartsFt Delano Thomas, st.iri.r ,
Training Chance
Enjoying; their last "home meal" in the Guidon Grill at ;5 o'clock St :tr\f! will he) the} focal point) for Junior( I.t\irion Ha-fda! !! For Title i southpaw pitehr.I ., 1 '

Sunday afternoon are (from left to right aroud table) : Sgt. KaleigliCrosby. Jan-.; from all Florida next week as t he State Tournament( iI I I record for him-m \\h.n h,- "I '1\ .

:- gt. lark Ka\: <. :- gt. Richard Carter. 1'\t. Bobbj Crosl.j. Meridian. Ala July ;i? \Vi\-'> mil :m th t > rs nt>-'d not worry gets under way here Tuesday afternoon at 1 ::30: p.m. JsM.'k.' i"-! :: hid ( -) appeati: out 17 batters in the list ... \ 'h

Sgt. Otis Cra\\ ford, Sgt. Kol.ert Crosby! IM. Frank M. Mil's 1't. i Special to Telegraph ) Headquarters about their! men\ tolks being underfed The opening the tournament here will he the climax !'io St.ite I Ann Iran l-t'gion! Junim! Inning ganw.-4 1h. 1)i..trlC't 't 'sinamenu

Karl: Norman. 1'vt. Jame* Crosby, Sgt. li. Clloluendorf.. Company arrived in camp \\hule away from home of the 1952!): : Junior baseball program in Flirda.Vinnel! : ;; Baseball Tournament here next tnlUl..t"n l.isiTwidaj's 1 s. '

at 9:30::: a.m. Monday. After an i After moving in. the local i of the quarter-finals! are this week engaged in th(1'ariou week wh'n: the Post 56 nine lost Thomas'game.. ugitinst |',,Ntnan 'I',.," -

:.flT\ overnight ride in air-conditioned [ Guardsmen spent the rest of the area tournampnts throughout the State. Area winners will a heartbreaking 4-3 decision Tues- lat hi Junior 1t.u'hail. .
he ,,
Pullman cars. the men stepped I I day in housekeeping details in' be the best two-of-three game victor now competing in the night to the crack Post Nine more Is eligible r ",

.41 forth to find the temperature a ;, preparation for the two weeks' double-elimination finals. .,. General of Jacksonville.! year of high srhool 1.:111

J. : torrid 96 degrees. Judging from I i iI i I stay, except for an hour's orientation -I All arrangements have been the ball players staying over It was the second successive -

I cr ', I past experienced, they predict ]i; period held for the entire completed for the state play-offs longer !than expected and deciding defeat for the local! and Bobby '.'' '.11' i '\

that's only the beginning. They by it?' I Tho'i'a.batteis .- \\10 ;, ,
,,124th Infantry Regiment according 10 Chas. S. Partin. Afternoon games will he calledat lads who had bowed to the1 "
feel 1 the heat even more than commanding officer, Col. Robert !y. g II "-
( tournament chairman. A huge t ::30 p.m. and night games at Generals 10-6 Monday afternoor
'irdmarily due to their sudden B. Harkness. in the d I.: "1..n',' "
banquet for participating players 8:30.: Single! admission price are Jacksonville.SUrke
switch from loose citilian clothes Tuesday the Guardsmen at i managers sports writers and !50 cents for adults and 25; cents I captured the district a good 11 ,..

tn the heavier Army gear. tended various schools and Wedi ': other sports figures has been arranged for children. However season tick- :( title with little trouble in Willis :Yielding i" I. ir -
MH! .
Members of the Starke unit ugh I K' fi.Kobinson 'n '
for Monday night at 8 ets are now on sale at $3 for the ton last week .
hills of Alabama dt'featingOlla
nesday they hit the ; : .
i :nd lou. d '
found their quarters and other i ::1.1 "
o'clock in the BUS L.I
cafeteria. entire series. Additional information 4-3. Gainesville 4-3. and'IIIitnll
billeting assigned and set up by for a three-day field training F Chapman, superintendent of concerning the tournament I 7-4 and 8-3. They his of. ior .r ,
detachment that period. They will return to camp wt'rt'I'en ar thargedxstli t 'A .i t
$ the advance preceded p.ts. ,1 1
the State Pruson. will be the prin- may be obtained from \V. II. Gra even chance in the
'. Friday afternoon time to I area comp'titien i Waits, xx hile lc.'
i Kij(4t *fc the main body of the company in pre1pare : .l 1"1
this of Post 56.
cipal speaker at event and ham. Commander under ,
with Post
Alter their early supper the men \xait in small groups on courthouse by three days. for Saturday inspection anda of i Nine but a series "i" !'.it.-, onlx IsslI'd! .'ii' b,... I n I IHe !1- '
leading figures the whose the
sporting sponsorship big i ie'ent adverse circumstances
laxxn until time to fall in for march to railroad station.Arrixing The first meal eaten in camp Division Parade in which they :, seemed tt struck .nit 1 II 1 f > Uer> n-
world an slated to speak to the i was brought to Starke. against Coach I!
Monday consisted; of ham peas. will pass in review before Governor -I conspire : than Thorn. ,. lit!
I boys during the evening. Hosts The Junior Baseball programwas Thomas and his
''lettuce. bread butter, pudding ,. Fuller Warren of Florida and t; charges. The ] ..
I onions Each
U: on this occasion will be the Ford inaugurated in Florida in main teami I 'ii'l a nm!
L_ ___ was scattered
& of personnel .
Herman Talmadge .
,.p. and lemonade. all prepared .Governor : and Mercury dealers in towns 1928 when the state champion- Starke was playing boy i' first inning .1 n I jen 1'"- \
by members of the units mess. Georgia pushed over t i'l II in the .
sponsoring the Junior baseball ship was won by the USS Tampa ( from as far distant points BF :.1
The has since been: for a (lead th.!' i i' nt'g 1\ .
program. trophy
j i post. Palatka and Live Oak (eligible
Lightning Bolt Kills Mrs. McKinney Arrangements have been made shared with posts at Palm Beach, under Legion rules as long a? The general-: -"m'ed t.\ I' "- ,
I in the fifth 'he t.III'I' ,
: Gainesville. Tallahassee, South :-IP.
for thp feeding, housing and entertamment ( those towns have no Junior teams !
1 I Jacksonville, Lakeland, AvonI fighting hanl, < .scape. I l"'
of the of
visiting play- their own. ) It
was extremelydifficult
j era during the week. l- ''I Park and Jacksonville I Pot 91.t the tion, obianit',1 i < 't nir.- :
iAs She Walks Under Large Oak TreeMelva : xpense5. to get boys together sixth.
'. -. I will be paid out of gate receipts the 1951; winner. to play much less practice. The
| Post Nine Tuesday night defeated It seemed as u Po.: ""i "
1 with Starke merchants agreeingto Post 56 nine was able to get a ,
Irene ?McKinnev. :31. wife p"t n v help tie! local Legion post un- Starke for the area title full slate together for only twe at least tie the score 1 m 'h' -

: of Frank McKinney of Starke. was The spot where she was struck i derwnte the expense in case bad and is considered one of the strong full-fledged practice sessions during enth when Paul RivenI'! I

&- I instantly killed Tuesday afternoon was just a few hundred yards from :' weather interferes. causing garner' contenders for the state title here / the entire season. In spite of'' with a single, but Wait --'i r rmt

: about 4:30: o'clock when struck by1 the place where H. A. Prescott was I to be postponed and necessitating next week j:! obvious disappointment, local (ann the next two battei- and i "I

: I lightning at Sampson City. : struck by lightning and killed i agree that the team gave a good the third tap one back tut" n! "
_i.z M2M -; Mrs. McKinney and her husband several years ago. i for an easy out at fir-t
account of itself under tine cir--
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: .. I who live south of Starke Mrs. McKinney was born i IP Lacy Todd Slain ArgumentIn i imistances, Johnny Kopelousos i u "

at station some 20 minutes before train time the mer i near the old airport, had gone to Starke on Dec. 12. 1921 and had ')Iund\)"'* GameIn first of his two hits t" -' "

fall out to tell the ..folk.." goodbye, cheek baggage and attend t<) Sampson to help Mr. McKinney's lived here all her life. Besides her the Monday afternoon Starke's scoring in its hair ,

other laht-minute detail father E. B. McKinney. with some ; husband she is survived by her Roadside Tavern Near Lake City the Generals racked up all ten game oft first. He moved to set ond L.
there. Asa Mr. and :Mrs.: A. L 1
w repair work on his place parents, ', Post Nine second basenrm t ton II'
eir runs and 14 hits in the.,
r dark cloud came up and a light Goodge of Starke and two brother : Jerry Car weU's siugi"' I
first four innings while Live Oak
t ''drizzle of rain started :Mrs.: 5e-j: Theodore Goodge of Jacksonville Lan-x Todd! :il.t nnetiqI'0"1 i c.ist ui Lake ('it.\' I Starke's two runs in th.- 'I'"'
; 'i 'pitcher Lawton Jones was on the ,
Kinney left the houseNandvent ;I and Ralph A. Gwigt of ,, dent ot l-awtex and now a pulpwood Vriff Ralph Witt of Colum-. ; [,resulted Xrora Ubt.od1I1h' '
mound for Starke. "faul RIwr..' j
to roll up the windows to their Starke. i j l I operator in Union County i| hut County !said' that Erazel 'wild pitch, Thomas' slOg I.' t \ I' .

rick-up truck. In returning to Funeral services were held'''was! ; hot! and killed Tuesdix\ : night; i! demons! operator of the roadside :, of Keystone Heights took over, field which got through J'.t-' "

the house she passed under a large ''at a highway tavern I tue n.le-, T'iI'e:! is in jail there charged within the pitching assignment in the for a txvo-ba error :,, .t 1 1J.n ..: j
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in .. fifth and hurled excellen' ball .
oak tree at the instant that a bolt lei; j ; k -t.n''ont' le i i II ILN -
of lightning; struck the tree. She! i iva the First Christian Church of M! Ella Raymond associated giving up just one single in lir

\ !' instantlki1l'd.. which she was a member. Rev. : {c|.>mons in the tavern opera- four-inning stint.

Mrs. McKinneVxas employed Homer Swindall was officiating ;'S struck by a bullet when Starke seemed helpless tw-'"" Masons To LayCornerstone

ai ashier at Canova's Pharmacy minister. Interment was in the Looks : d to Liteivenc. Her inn Post Nine's .-tarter, Dale' Willis

for Iyears and for the past fimilplot in New River Ceme- I> not .serious and she ha.- and remained scoreless for font
three months had been an operStarkt t'-rv with DeWitt t C JOPC.S. in ,
"i leased: from the Lake City inning The local lads f.nallx 7
.* the TelephoneBudgets CI.IM- hI ". ,> "t T firemen's: Aug
olit : HI Like 1 II Todd's wife was a wit- broke the spell in the fifth getting .

t to the killing. their first hit and first run

"'1' nif Witt said that the Starke trade its bij bid in the I'loti't'a\ h en c i-rri'e'', .

To Discuss A ''T'xl'ls.' demons and Mrs. Ra '- sixth when Bradford lads parlaved-! ceremonies ilnnng! whit h I t1 h.. .

:\Boards ': i I' .I-?.l.I \\ ere the only persons in the two hits, a pair of walks and four nerstone of the new Ma-om. 1'".

I I'-r at the time of the shoot- Post Nine errors into five runs I pie will be laid Thursday ,

in,:: The killing apparently rej j But that was all. as the Generals' noon Augr 7, at 4 o'clock

II Budgets Mondayappropriation Long, ', ",1 I I tiom an argument, detail ,p pI Mixon. who relieved Willis in the C. A Futeh secretary .'
'I local states thai .
not known lodge, -
i huh are yet !!sixth allowed Post 56 only twc

I ,,111" M r \\"ittaid.. hjts and no runs in the final three high Masonic officials 11 r.' ." .

II. of the School Board Scho: B. 'afi! s hurtg. ff.recastf Long I i 'I', -nuns left the scene to tele inning 1 ed to attend.

and the Hoard ot Counix Com, an xpend'ture ot d.;)9.4.;11. 11 on, ., the sheriff and, upon re-' I The program will he 'ti'
Tuesday The Tale
mis..loners for the fisl'al.t>ar 19.Y2-: T1'-: ;; \-it >lv "h >'>! budget to- I'iK'i' ( >)M to Jhe tavern surrender Finis of the Moat Woi-shippM; : !
was in the best- .
I Hr : 53 will come up for further ('on- t.ihd $669 v'5: fj The smaller figure PC be-
Ir",1'1 .. U deration when the two board-; planned for next year is due tc Trip II ii minutes of the shooting afI I, ween Post 56 competition Post I tersbure. assisted bx Ii'-'i! I -
and Nine when 1
.. t. t. { 4 meet Mondax morning. | tal outlay expenditures.Last i I h "i- in his ear cruising in that the puty Grand M i 'er T i :
Jacksonville Juniors eked out
t : I t I The School Board's annual pub I year the school's expended i j. i'' vicinity. !Ip j i a 4-3 win over the local lads in of Baldwin. '
There will t. isu' !v,
lie ht'aringon its advertised budget -'; $106,165' for re-plastering school I M"s(' and Mra. Raymond ftTp:|i Bradford Park Tuesday night.

4 Li-.. originally scheduled for July I in Brooker and Laxvtey. renovating -I residents of Lake ButlerI I I Both band
teams showed real das .,' p
I 0 Citar ,1 I 'I" 'r
: itism of the
woman is > < '
2''S: postponed until :Monday': the heating systems at Law-
1 i and the seven-inning affair was the Ren r i :'i'i'i: al"t 'i[ '
in 'nidei' I to coincide with the reg- tey and Hampton renovating theOlti 1"ln largely a mound-duel between thcompetitors' .
: I I I wife. !KtlPCil| 'I i H '
.. l 1' I his
ilia') meeting of the board. Super- :> high school auditorium in BH- 0 i\ ir :
ace southpaw ,
pitch- all Masons ai", .,u'nh. '
mI. 1It'nt! II P. :Morgan: said yestci.iav I,,, S's new library and six new class I 4Fn v Mae I 1'" 'I I' il 1 three sons. j,i ers Delano Thomas for Starke Eastern Star

"No one ever comes tc rooms. (t,1: I 1': md Lawrence :,

ALL ABOARD! 1 ''.s,,. hearings anyway" he ex- : This year the buildings are in tni I : ,.z ;. ,|.i( all i I.IK'-. Butler: twc --- -- -

-<, 1 tfc. 'l.i.neii. indicating that the matter nrettv good shape, and School "'tirket.' l t'.I=' 'Hi;t "i'\ : 1 iii'j'itets. M': \\ L Carnlev of Horsefeathers Sees Flying Saucers

.. *- .'t t adopting the annual budget Superintendent Harmon P. Morgan wife are pi.inning( to> do' a 1 lo- (ot i Mobi'e.' Ala.tii'l MrJohn
Crowds of well-wishers surge/ around as train pulls into station < pietty much of routine affair. r Jr. o'! Orange Park:
a says that most of this year's travelling between now and early; Dingmon
prompt l at fi p.m. The (Siiardsmen line up to file into waiting Pull The rules! and regulations are laid $47.600 capital outlay reserve will fall. The Gradys left this week E: five brothers iM.ih and John (Among Other Things)

1U\lI'ar... They tr.at'i| "first ,.lass" and ">a' h man has an air conditioned down by the state department. sc 1 be held until there are enough ,, for Maine where they'll visit relatives Todd. from Worthmgton Springs:

berth for the oxerniuht r'ule. (Coinmander there isn'l"ery much Jim Todd. Starke: Jeff Todd
Company 'apt. : anxon- funds to build a major building' and attend a family reunior::: "

IliiKh K. Insram: (inset at left ) smiles xxith satisfaction at the orderl) : could do about it anyway. such as a new gymnasium or audI for the first time in .many years. Grc\' land, and Roan Todd Zelli' (1 4

entrainmenl a" wheels Ix-gin to roll. He has just cause for pride. Clerk of the Court A. J. Thom- ,,I itorium for BH3. Rev. Grady also plans to take ira '! wood, and one siltt'r.lrs.. Nathan1 I ()

In the '.%OntI'. of one of his superior" officers, ('apt. fngraiu commands ;as said that the Commissioners'i This yearS: budget faces a higher convention of Spani>h-Americar i''' Raulerson of Heilbronn Spring! __ __%

"a damn fine unit.Iot.ur.tid." i budget will probably come up for expenditure for teacher's salaries -1 War Veterans in Brunswick Funeral services were held at

_. IIituut.. ru..t.-.s iic:.,' 'r,-1-Ki.ipii some discussion :Monday: and minor ; the teachers got a raise during Maine "We hadn't been back up;, i i Elzy Chapel near Lake B"tt'r'! '

changes might be made but thata last year --but the school there in sit long I figured w< Thursday afternoon at 3:30: 0'

Jeff Davis Gets A Dollar Per Pound meeting will likely be set for board hopes to trim expenditures; might as xvell make a real trip ol f -lock Interment was In the

liter this! month for its final adoption on its other items. it." Rev Grady said. These an r': chapel! cemetery with Wilson |

One item that was overlooked some of the longest tickets e\ei r Funeral! Home Lake City, ir i

For What Little Tobacco He Had LeftJeff in the tentative budget was ana The to school raise board the county is determinednot millagc sold bt h,. total bus station i ,'hargl'Teen

prospective curtailment in capi- this ear even though it is faced
Davis Graham farmer tobacco July 12xas: released to meet the
expenseof with a loss of state and federal! 125 Now Working Town Swings
di-ln i save much of his tobaccc Tuesday because of insufficient i' a counselor for the Juvenile funds plus a larger contributionto

but he got a good price for the evidem, ot his connectionxith Court. he said. The law provides -the state's Minimum Foundation Jacob J. Horsefeathers. Route. Stal ke. da. ...- 1

little he did manage to salvage. the crime. 'I for this position. and the Supretr into the Telegraph office late WedJ1eflda.r. ')n '.f

Davis: and his son. Basil lost an Broughton and Calvin Starling Court in a case brought up from Program.This year's budget calls! for' On Camp Jobs Back Into Action I information that he had just spotted a fivug: ,oj. r

estimated !'.OOI) pounds of cured pleaded guilty to second degree Alachua County held that the .
I $26.600 from federal .. Upon being questioned. lIorsefea!h'r.'f 'i"} < :'ir-i J iaf '
I sources. Around! iernplo 1'J": > lo'N t ,--l.--) ., .-
leaf when Anile Broughton and arson when arraigned here July county must pay the counselor's i n. I :11 1P'T''n
I $350.812: from state sources. shaped object was gleaming white' in then' .t ..rr.ra
Calvin Starling set fire to the 23 and were remanded to jail te i I' salary.As \ el. li- :th- :,' ii-e cmfBlandnsT a'1:1"I'-. etiei thr th>- -.ti'l- .
$$0.363 from county taxes. and bluish band at the outer edge. Ite' i .
log louse in which the crop was await sentencing by Circuit Judge : matters stand at present, : rehahihta'ion, project of the organization v. ill be resumed :1.0' rav.it.
S37.500 from the racing commis- currently under 83 the tonight i Friday i in the rotary motion he said.
stored awaiting grading. Brough-I JA. Z. Adkins the outlook Is that Bradford's way on
ton and Starling said they were Claude Starling was implicated !I: millage for the forthcoming year sion.The utilities work. 37 on the railroad USD. Elaborating on his farita-; : .-y. HM---. .t' .. '

hired to do the job. | when Broughton alleged that he I I' will remain at 365. the same ant new budget's figures represent spur. and eight on the telephone The president also said ":d' -h' the flying saucer was follox/i/ .*.i !/,-,<-iy ba: f / 0 a'! .

Davis salvaged a mere 15? Claude had contacted him about was this ear. This applies a loss of 510,000 in federal' and telegraph building USO will be open under teen t'Xfl tag saucepan. and a flying w if fie ron

pounds which he took to Yance>'< the matter two weeks before the countywide except in old School funds from last year. SI.216 in' The railroad spur and telephone supervision every afternoon and The objects were travelling at an imrejr.-1 .- ,
Warehouse in Lake Ciy wherehe actual rate funds and S165 less from' building are about 20 per cent com- night next week during the State "
burning.Rotarians j I iDist. No. 3 which has an extra "In fact, he said, "I had nt, ,idea the ol i l' ,'oj;
has been selling his tobaccc the race track and county taxes. I plete. while the utilities project Legion Baseball Tournament. Out !
i Interest & Sinking Fund levy so
for many years Knoxving of Da. Hear one mill bringing the total thereto Highest expenditure on thisyear's is around 1i per cent complete of town visitors in Teen will be welcome to When asked if he could offer ., r y expla::a- ',' th,. .
Town activities
vis's misfortune the buyers cooked I is S3 toMO for take part
budget (
i District No. 1?
;': 37.5. and in such aa dancing ping pong etc phenomenon Horsefeathers said it appar-n'! : 'el',," .
tip a "special deal" whereby Service Program teacher's salaries This represent* ConventionThe
: where the added I & S ,levy i5t after he mentioned something about his intrv! .- ) p.1.: .
he was paid: SI per pound for all a $13.757 increase over last year'sfigure. ;;
A discusin needs of mills making the total in that Dances with the boys that night.!
he had to oftt'r.Oe dlt'&s to say, program Bradford-Union Singing Legion
the ('ommunitas presented at ; Queried as to whetfcer or not he er>eor-i I r- ': '
thit price was top of the mar j i district 10.5. the county's high- Heavy expeniitures: last yeari Convention meet at the Lake JX'-tr
ket" for the current season. the Rotary: Club Wednesday by | est. cut the school's reserves investments Butler Christian Church Sunday I i; Ray Stor.e.: chairman of the the objects Horsefeati grunted, "No}*. I .< .-.. "lOV j ,
Rev. T. G. Mitchell chairman ofi J; i I American Legion Saturday night barn:
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock All I
the Service Commit While the Commissioners plan :and cash balances almost: that .
Sheriff P. D. Reddish said > es- Community I /'members are urged to attend as dances reminds the public l' SEditor's
tee. Taking part on the program I I (at present to spend SI6 ..335.nI : So) p-jr cent."rhu year's reservesar 1 I door prizes are given away every .
terday that Claude Starling. who I i election of officers will be held at i note: You're right. Then Ian ., y '-'. I
were Jack Traxvick and Dr. A. Y.Covington !I('for the operation: of their part of S33g.'>-I 33 compared to $;1.., Saturday night Music is furrJsh- i
had been held in the county jail ; tills time President Raymond Starke. There 13U't any Jacob J. Horsefeathera. A.M L, "
of the local health unit I ed by the Snwannee Rhythm j
here since the burning of Davis's and P. T.Oolin.. county supervisor i. county government next year, the 5 2.St the previous year. I Brown aanouacei: Boys. j as we know, there aren't any flying saucers.)

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I TVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt spent the weekend here at home. .. church here '' ..
f BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS morning and parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert \\ :. "
Th 1J'a.dfQrd Home I
County evening. : Us.
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M t COUNTY VyVIEWPOINT EDITOR I PINE LEVELBy Demonstration Council met at :: Gees everybody is busy grading: Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff : "..
Heilbronn school Tuesday for an their I
I tobacco and getting i it tc .
I son Walter. Robert and i "
PUBLISHER Sixteen j t
; all
day meeting. members -
Mrs. II. :M. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CaIn .1 1 Morgan: and Mr. :.
were present.
II I Littler lent- 1..1t"n ,'i W.iH- Mi.-I l..elm'ynn and liau htt> ::.
Subscription Rates: In 1879 Ad\'l rti..ing rates A Don't forget the Cemetery the .
Established I spt-nt Wt'd with! her rr.ind;:! Pat .I'M Jean, all enjoved \ : -
$2.75 Year $1.50 6 Mo. On Application i Rev. \V. E. Hall filled his regular I working at Dyal Cemetery FrIday \- -.

!i and evening with good .attendence. Deacons and Laymen meeting at I

I Stevenson's Nomination Makes Bolting a Hollow Gesture':One in Sunday hundred school.and ninety three were Evergreen night were Baptist Mr. church and Mrs.Monday Er- VOLUME DAYS SALE I

Mr. and Mrs. Kirty Callahanof nie Johns, and son. Warren, Mr

At least one large Florida daily news- There were the so-called "Young Turks Jacksonville attended church I and Mrs. Russell Redding. }lr. -

paper, "The Orlando Morning Sentinel," has -- the rabid liberals who would very well here Sunday. and Mrs. Ancel! Norman and G J I """',..,,-

announced since the convention that, after like to read the Southern states out of the I Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall, after L. Sapp. I, "
sixty-three years as a Democratic news- party and tried to force the issue with a debatable -j being in the Revival meeting at Remember our R-vi\il -,trt"
and "loyalty pledge." On the other hand Mount Zion Monday night August 4 :
paper it will change to independent sup- Baptist church returned -
port the Eisenhower-Nixon Republican ticketin wouldn't we Southerners like to shuffle off to Webster again for I :

the November general election. There may some of the Humphrey-Blair-Harriman fac- another week's Revival at the TTTTTTYTTTTTTTfTTTfTYTTYGRAHAM s

be others that have so announced, or will do tion if we could? Perhaps this i is:: as it should same church.Mr. f =

so in the near future. The "Florida Times- be. It seems to us that a political party I and Mis. B. McRae werevisiting i I cov a

Union" has been following the Eisenhowerline needs these two extremes of conservatismand Mr. and Mrs. B. E E",- I II

for months but this is not unexpectedof of liberalism if for no other reason I'gers in Jacksonville last! Sunday. Hy :Mr. Bonnie :McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !
the great Jacksonville morning daily as it than that a common ground can be found in We are sorry to hear Mrs EggerFis I

has had Republican leanings for many years.In the middle of the road down which the par- I ill. She will be remembered a* I :"::
making its announcement the Orlando ty can travel l with dignity and respect. Thatis 1 Dorothy. and Mrs. T. N.daughter ofMr. of: Mrs ..lnuieward and children /blllll"
paper said "we hope to shock our part of the exactly what happened in the nominationof I Heilbronn Springs. of Waldo and Mrs. Helen :\laxw..ll'i Quantity Rights Reserved -

south, at least, into an awakening. We hope Governor Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs. i'and baby of California \vei-- yI.1: | P lrl'S (,ood Thru St \u... )
W. M. Hall of Cocoa
the good people in Central Florida will refuseto Many who watched the convention on spent Sunday night and Sunday ting Mrs. John McKinney Fi.d.tI \.
blind tribute television have expressed dismay over some 'I Low Prices
of paying -
continue the fallacy '.
with Rev. and Mrs. \\ Hall. i afternoon. 1 152 Call Street
of the ruthless political shenanigans that
to the name Democrat. Dinner guests of the H. M. Mc- I Emily and Roselee McKmncvJ Everyday _
All of which sounds like a very noble mo- were pulled and maintain that the Democratswere raes Sunday were Mr. and Mrs J the weekend with her brother .

tive, but we somehow fail to see how votingfor worse than the Republicans in this re Z. T. Myrick and sons. of Winter I spent and sister-in-law, Mr and :Mr- Specials Too Sfarke, Florida
a man of the calibre of Governor Adlai spect. We hardly see this as a reason for Haven Mr. and Mrs. B. M. ,My | V. L. McKinney. in Gainesville

Stevenson of Illinois can be construed as changing party allegiance either. Demo- | lick and daughter of Jacksonvilleand ', Mr. and Mrs. John McKume\ ,

paying blind tribute to the name Democrat. crats have always had a name for being less ( Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrickand land: I
Mr. and Mrs. I L. '
Now, if the convention had come up with inhibited in their politics than Republicans I daughter of Lake Geneva. McKinney I Vegetable ShorteningS
the nomination of Averill Harriman or even and after all, what can we expect at a political I Miss Sherly McRae has been tof I:| Gainesville were Wauchula

Estes Kefauver (after he tried to outliberalthe convention but politics. When politics I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs: July 20 to celebrate the 74th' Lb. Can
liberals in an effort to get northern sup- enters into every phase of our daily I lives, we 1 I at Lake City. (i birthday father Lee of Youngblood.Mrs. John McKinney s ]II i S PRY 3 79C

port at the convention) we would considerthe can hardly hope to keep it out of our presi- '! Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva I I
opinion voiced by the Sentinel to have a dential nominating conventions at least I; was dinner guest of Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Reynold. |
i and Mrs. J.V.. McRae Sunday. of Jacksonville spent the weekend I
much firmer foundation. until we devise a better system than the one I

There are some who argue, of course, now in effect. We do not feel that the Re- j Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae,'I here Maxwell HouseCOFFEE No Rinse
Mrs. V. E. Thornton, Mrs. ,:
Mr. and Mr and Earl Starling and
that twenty years in power is long enoughfor publican Party though it may take its I
Miss Sherley McRae and Cleo I ; baby of Gainesville attended I
any party and there should now be a politics a bit more calmly will offer any I Thornton visited Mr. and Mrs. i
: SURF1Lb.
change in administrations, regardless of peaceful haven from political deals and I I Robert Taylor at Munson recently ;' .-,,,.,-

principles, personalities, or any other con other so-called skullduggery.There | and'r.. and Mrs. A. F.i i'

siderations. That, apparently, is the argu- are other Democrats who will attempt Hall and other relatives in Jack-, Vac-Pac Large Box
ment to which there can be no satisfactoryanswer. to justify their vote for Eisenhowerby i sonvjlle.i 84C 21CI

If a man feels that there should bea expressing their dislike for President i

change regardless there is no line of Truman. It must be remembered, however, ': TTTTTTfTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTi I

reasoning that will make him think other- that Governor Stevenson deliberately turn- i I '-

wise. However, change merely for the sake ed down Truman's overtures to him to seek i HEILBRONN Vacuum Packed

of change seems to us a very flimsy basis the nomination earlier this year. Truman I I LB. Can

for deciding how to vote in a national elec then apparently swung toward Harriman I By :Marian Norman I II ASTOR COFFEE 79CDel

tion. with his favors, and only returned to Stevenson i I II iVAN

We think it is a very happy circumstancethat with his blessing when it became obvious | AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I

both the Republicans and the Demo- that the latter was the clear and inevitable 'I We are sorry to know that MrNolin. I DO IT W4UBDWAY 1 : ? MonteFRUIT

crats have picked two such men as General choice of the convention. If Truman had the county supervisor is I

Eisenhower and Governor Stevenson as candidates thought there was a chance for Harriman having to discontinue the showingof THERE do are job lots there of hard is ways usuallyone to No. 303 Can
Educational movies at Heil any 21c
for what has been called ""the high- to be nominated and elected he would probably bronn school. He has shown them easier way-the right way. COCKTAIL

est temporal office in the world. As. the have stuck to him to the bitter end, as I. four Thursdays.Mr. l You wouldn't shave with a
for the
Christian Science Monitor puts it: "The Harriman is much more in sympathy with and past Mrs. Eldon Sapp and hatchet as the gentleman aboveis

two parties have named men of very high Truman on civil rights, labor legislation and son Joe spent a few days last trying to do. Of course not. Donald DickORANGE

calibre as their standard bearers. Both are other so-called "left wing" matters than is week in South Florida visiting There are proper tools f for a job '
who seek to unite and con- like that. Oz. Con
offering men Governor Stevenson. '
forward fresh relatives. Similarly in the matter of EJ JUICE 46 171f2CDonald
ciliate. Roth are putting As one of the many anaIYputs it : I Mrs. T. N. Norman has been your insurance, there is an easy I
face, new and inspiring concepts of govern- "The enviable position of Governor Adlai staying with her daughterlrs.. : way of getting complete and
ment and of America's role in the world. Stevenson I who is ill in with
is that he emerges from the Dem- B. J. Eggers. very comprehensive protection-
Fortunate indeed is the nation that can sum- ocratic National Convention completely uncommitted Jacksonville. J II I out entailing a lot of work for 'DuckPEANUT

mon two such champions to meet the challenge and unbossed. He has made no Granny and Sandra Carmichaelhave I yourself. Bring your insurance Oz. Glass

of this time." political promises to anyone. No money has returned home after a visit ;i problems to this agency. We BUTTER 11 23C
I shall be glad to assist in
but the highest regardfor I you
We have nothing : been collected on his behalf to wage any political with relatives in Tampa. I "modernizing"
General Eisenhower and have no doubt Varnes is spending his present
campaign. He owe nothing to
anybody insurance bringing
that he would make the Nation an admiral vacation with his Dad in Orlando. 1 program
This leaves him perfectly free in up to date so that youvill have Jello
and able president but we see nothing in the case he should be elected President in November Estelle Green is spending a''' complete coverage at the least Pudding, or

situation that even remotely justifies a to clean house as he sees fit in few days with her uncle and aunt. expense.Make. Flavors Pkgs.
Southern Democrat Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crawford in this 3 23C
Democrat even a Washington" a note to visit I JELLAH!
in bolting his party in the November elec- Jacksonville. agency today.
Although Governor Stevenson did not
en- Miss Linda Gaskias is spendinga

tion.We joy a national reputation before his nomina- week at Kingsley Lake with TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSPECIAL
followed the convention as closely'\ as'
time would allow on television and have readthe tion, the two brief speeches he made before, Mr. and Mrs. Harris. ,. I H. C. Wall! AgencyConstant
of writers the convention clearly showed that he i is presidential -, II' Mrs. W. C. Clemons has r turned 99C SALE
and analyses
opinions many
: timber a man with oratoricalskill home from the hospital and i i- Service Over
since both those who are violently par ,
and high degree of that. improving. j
a scholarship I
tisan, as well as those who have tried to remain Rev. and Mrs. S. L.I
Glad to see GO Years- '
will make him a powerful impressive cam. I No. :{w():{ ( ans White House
as impartial as is humanly possible. I, Watson bark home after a few \
paigner. Is.i Wd, the editor of of tlltNation's
From what we have seen and read, it seems 'weeks stay HI't'vadaMth thi'ii Please Phone 116 APPLE SAUCE 8 CANS
to us that the conservative South can derive great newspapers declared of hi> son YOUR CHOICE

much satisfaction from the nomination ofGovernor acceptance speech that "Not since the day: Freda <.;i h, U, K iurr' .11)1), No. :{H)3):$ ( an- -\rgnSUGAR )
fall behind himas of Woodrow Wilson has a state paper of this.
Stevenson and can
a standard-bearer without any qualms of quality come from the pen and mind of an We offer our customers PEAS 8 CANS
American nominee. Governor
conscience or any sacrifice of principles.Of presidential I I0.
course, the South would have liked to Stevenson takes the campaign) up to a high \ :SOJ): Cans ) (;uld. Bantam I C
It plateau! of intellectual honesty of eftertnepositioning CAAN'
see its "favorite son, Senator Richard
and powerful ideas.
Russell of Georgia get the nomination, but

It those of us l\ho were willing to face the This:, same writer concludes that : The I No. 2 Cans \an (amp's i 9

grim realities of i politics knew all along that American people now may expect the most

nothing short of a miracle would bring his honorable and intelligent presidential campaign '\ PORK & BEANS 6 CANS

nomination about. On the other hand, neither ) since the early days of the I't'puhlll'Thl'Y I

did the so-called liberal wing of the party have nominated two of the most,; remarkable I.. ;, .A:" J -
Governor Stevenson was clearlya men who ever have been !ln"* -'n1'd ,' PAPER
get its man. : 'J ROLLS
compromise choice a middleoftheroader for the high office. :.: I

if you please and clearly the only man l We think that the country will In- >aie ,
who could have been picked and not cause:, in the hand, of either General Eisenhower ., --- -

a violent disruption in the party. or Governor Stevenson. We cannot becomeI j J U. S. Comm. Grade Eat-Rite

Feelings were hurt and toes were stepper:I I rabidly partisan as we might have been

on at the convention naturally. Have yot 1 I if the !Republican: Party had nominated cS

ever seen a convention whether it be ladies Senator Taft. However in view of the unanimously SIRLOIN
of business that iheld for Governor 79
aid society or an association'\ '\ high regard '\ -

men that omeone did not leave wit!\I Stevenson by those who are in positionto

ruffled feelings? After all, if everyone know him best we see no reason for any S STEAK LB.

thought and felt alike there would be Yen:" member of the Democratic Party to change ,
little need to hold conventions. hi is allegiance now. -

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTY Kelly had his arm in a cast a few 'Pride Of St. Louis' l I Dry Salt Streak O'Lean
days ago. &3 a dislocation: of his

BAYLESS MAY\ ,elbow resulted from playing. |' At Florida Sunday Gr. "A", Quick-Frozen Fryer
Hid a lovely visit with C. C.
Has Baseball ThemeAn
and Swinton Crosby and daugh-
BY Mrs. O. E. Crosby t tA tt ter. Mrs. Otis Crawford of Jacksonville L
t I I excitm* mixture of comedy GIZZARDSPound I S SLb.

,A,A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Well Monday night. They went | and romance is brought to the End Cuts Cent. Cuts
I to see Uncle John Kelly Sunday I
folks, we finally found ai I I screen in the newest baseball saga"The ,
and said he was feeling much
minute to write again. Have been'I.i better. I. Pride of St. Louis", playing Sooth's IftC Lb. 39C IftC
spending: every second we could ''i L7
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman 'at the Florida Theatre this Sunday ,
spare in Jacksonville\ with our son 1 I I I '
and Mr. .
and daughter. Carolyn and
Monday.Dan i
Sherman, who is in St. Luke's hospitaL ;'I I Ii -
Clad to report that he is; and Mrs. Thurman Jones and OlEugent' \;). i, Dailey plays the part of
and Julius wt.'reisiting I PREMIUM GASOLINE
doing fine now. and will be in the | I i the fabulous Dizzy Dean a bumptious Pure Creamery
Hubert Norman in
I :Mr. and Mrs. ,
hospital for a while yet.
'i young hillbilly from Arkansas. -
Weirsdale last weekend. j
Vacation Bible School began at Land 'Sunshine Pound
hear Jo Normanhas who started pitching ball: in I II jj
Glad to Ann We don't for
Bayless Highway Monday after- hato make exaggerated claims our BUTTER 75
( accepted job in Jacksonville. j his bare feet and rose to the posi
nee n. All children up to 16 are invited premium gasoline. It is such a superior motor fuelit !
and those above :, She is staying with her aunt, tion of baseball's greats. Dailey is
to attend out with the 1 Mrs. Laura Jackson. I particularly effective in the sceneswhere speaks for itself so outstanding! in qualitythat
invited to help
are daily program. The school will Mary Alyce Crosby hn asc! he imitates Dizzy's peculiar year after year it's the biggest wiling/ premium Fresh Green Tops 7 Bchs. 19C
!accepted a job a; bookkeeper
continue Heilbronn through church has next combined week. the Ford place in Starke. jargon as a radio announcer whose J gasoline in the area served by Standard Oil dealers!

1 Sure glad to have Lacy and grammar upsets St. Louis schoolchildren !
with us for the program. Mis I
Silcox and father of Starke and dramatic ---
Gladys ( brings a
Eloise Coward of Mississippi RUSO Sliced Sweetened Frozen
at church Sunday night. 'climax his __ ,
to illustrious
State College i is in charge of the carver ------
school. assisted! by local person. Rev. H. M. Tillman of Jacksoni 1 Joanne: Dru in the role of Dizzy's Truck Termina
i \ filled the pulpit here Sunday y Thomas '.z' Pkgs.
nel. ; wife the romantic !
Sorry to hear about Don Newman morning and evemng' in the'absence gives picture STRAWBERRIES S 99C

fracturing his ankle last of Rev. Ladd. Rev. Till- I interest aa: well 35 exerting a levy ,! HALF MILE SOUTH OF STARK!

aroundon man is a former pastor of our I eling influence on her husband's i *

Sunday.crutches.See he Also is hopping noticed Robert church and we were all glad to hectic life. '_ ON I S. 301 _&iTTTTTTfTfTTTTfTTTTTTTTVTTfTTTTfTTTTTTVTTTTTTVTVTTTTyTTTTT. .. .. .... ........ .. &. ... TYTYTTTTTYYTT. .1 ..

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e u I I Maxine Kidd rlaj'J' ff_ .<= St.uk.Fla' .. i iflit ,', ,
Ward Family WSCS NoticeCircle Fairyland \ Paul t. L TlK.in.is .M j> r fur i'I adf.td ant) t.tt .t I
Kidd I't-frndint ,' < .
1 is X" ij-i7: S'ark. Kla.li.ittil .1.1. up11 r. rcpt' "f pn.i ,.1
For Notl.e lt \pprar. I' 1'-,: Ivj d.i.f August A 11. I! :.....: ..f tins: i"it,,.v InrTh.'mav I
Reunion I
members of the Methodist To Tan! P Kid.lh<-r rr suit n't- I"",:' .,1.11", Pradftird t'.unn'. i: .-.. Truck '
r ..
1 and address 'is _>in <; hake.\ ,.,.<1 KI.rida ,t1..h".. "I
Wildwood I \V. S. C. S. will hold their monthly At An. Dh'kll', W."I VirguuaYoU C1 1 It Corit't 2!* :::.,.s I 2,.' _
i ate hereby n.ifltd I J.'J"]
that a
meetings Monday and Tuesday of I I.suit for di\IIr.'r- has ten fd! '
The Ward family re-union was I I next week at the following places: All boys and girls against you in the alu.ve nun: .-a IUtil"'nn FIiTITI11.1111: 1- ... i' pak I
held Sunday July 20. for the 5 i. who are Court and cause and you are I N-.ti.: > I I.,1'! n 'lia' ( th.'itI ,.:. r I.i
Circle 1, Mis L. A. Davis, leader ed to serve a copy ori; >ur rt"lulr-1 -t, ,,j d. tor. ," "\ "Mt ,- !l l il I 1 _' .I.,\ i \ _
second consecutive year in Wilde pleading to the mplani': ,' ., ...
will Tuesday at kindergarten and ? 11.1.- i 1.,1 I |I. -I i :- I '
home'of Mr and meet morning | II"r Plaintiff it.rn."\ T Fi ink !I' \ ... ,, '. I I'I i
Gladys Booty wood at the o'clock with Mrs. Carl Johns ndrum. StarKc. -
10 II are invited to a Kim Ia! :IIf"i >l ': .
Phone 35 ),1.5. E. P Ward. The family re- I > original in the offt. thrlerk :
'I on Kingsley; Lake. i Friday. August 1, ( (.f the Ciii mt i .-11 ttirfi.rr ...n ..r '
unions started ihir
___ some: Circle 2, Mrs. Jim Pitch, leader i the and! dav' ..f >"IIt' 'I I t".J 'I
l III I I 1 1 III I III1 1 meet Mother G<\ .
I on the old homestead 1S52 otherwise I ihr all. g.t-r I-
years ago will meet with Mrs I. P. Shepherd : FaidC'omplarn'I ett.tk.. ., r'fe.sed GENERATORS & STARTERS
I. ":-i
I at Brooker. and have been held Godmother Simple
Junior Club Plans ''Mrs. Johns HostessThe Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. : by \u.
i since at the different homes of Black Sambo. Old I This notice shall be
> h
i p\il < <>dmce
Circle 3, Mrs. A. Wood, leader. ;i iI ach week for '
Morning Party WCTU the family members in'a.riom i four conse 'U'itweeks
last her ,
meeting bard and dog
will meet with Mrs A. Z. Adkins i in the Bradford CountyTele- Repaired Rebuilt Exchanged
I[ of the state. In 1951 it way; graph.
afternoon was presided over by parts '
I his wife. Little .
:Members of the Junior Woman'sclub Mrs. J. T. Quigley in the absence decided to make Wildwood the at Kingsley Lake Monday afternoon : I Ha':.d this :s:"th day ..f |I-'t 1 '.:. '
Coca- at 3:30: o'clock. j I Old Woman who (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Th.-nas VOLTAGE
are entertaining at a of the president, Mrs. M. V. Avery i j permanent gathering place for I W.I Clerk of the Cirnrt ,r?ur' I CHEChEJAT
7, from The committee of others who I:)' :Maiian I.. .
;and are
Cola party Thursday Aug. program CroslIVput\ i 1-iK
,i who is visiting in Delaware The I the annual get-together due t : I I .
10 to 12 a.m. at the home of Mrs. meeting was held in the home of its central location. I S. C. S. metith Mrs. E. L.l Fairyland: to I t 1 It > 'J

Richard Fowler.All I Mrs. E. L. Johns. 'I The deciding factor in making ', Matthews at Kingsley Lake Tues-1'i kindergarten. I I
members are invited to at- 'I I : ments and favors \mu-i: or t\Ti:>Tin\ TO
An enthusiastic discussion was Wildwood the permanent locationfor day morning at 10 o'clotk. Pro- I Jr.f.J"TJJ: I.IC'ITJO.11:

tend. i' held of plans for the closing the reunion which was first for the was If you are X"tu.. i I" he-r,.hy Ki\n that tli.und. STARKE GENERATORAND
Hostesses are: Mrs. J. R. Chas- gram planning year child to I rMjrn.d' '. tnrd,' ..'r, ,tlt' ,"rixkllll., |
: of the .which will be held on the 3rd Sunday in July ,IIrhaJlh'r !fl...-, ; |_ ,
teen, Jr., chairman, Mrs. Jim B.Godwin meeting year the topic of discussion. A covered lttk .f Kirlll!
:Miss Carolyn Keen, Mrs. an event of September. Mrs Johns 1951 was due to the failing health I dish luncheon followed the'unable day part to, attend please <. : I".rk'1 A.-t. nf.,f 1911.rh!, a c"1"111 ,,I. g-t.: I w :th'\I and II...\ STARTER WORKS

refreshments the closeof of Floreus Ward veteran Sea cur J"ridr.,1 .. ..
Charles Cowen, Mrs. Marion A. served at nntc' :"1.1' ; 1-1.
I meeting- ,I1'lest'! at 32a-J. 11.,. .
up. I' ,
Williams. the board conductor and youngest of .1'1. i" t 'I' :
Payne and Miss Sara meeting. II, 'r ..f th'. .
-- ,,. :210 1() Walnut Si Formerly! \nderxon'.
the five brothers and sisters of ""," I I.: T iti ( ( ,.ir.f I
the original family who died with '',d. r "I r,, ,. PHONE: :?.S STVUKE. FL\

n : lukemia just one month later on ,!.'1-. 'I" .--" ," I Ed Hunt II. I). Futer

August 22. 1951.: The original :I\rcco14hLd I Iand ;. I I..I. .. .
Ward family of Emra P. Ward
Y _. _
and Margaret Ward hu wife were = =r>o -

earlyettlers in Bradford County

the settlement: bore the name \\
11 ell!. at l least ('allstrt't't"I, ; pi r nev ie ;

"' Ward City for many years. know now how r t ptK l to be living !lot, recently boiler" ; : r -

Tht' la-t known Indians to be in the middle ot tht Sahara Desert Sn.ith ot G'\ille '

'I' K'''I iied in that territory were killed Whatith the Augustsun put on qUIt.' a show I

___ In back of the 200-acre field beating down on our poor-di convention in Jax I'r

in the edge of the Santa Fe tenselfas hi,.ads and! the w ind ('\'elllngwhf'n she :

Riv.'i t wamp while attempting tc blowing a constant cloud of swirling lightful songs and i

ham, the Ward family Some of dust from the Temple Ave. to Mrs. Wtsle>

6 i. the alder brothers and sisters still :, construction job w 1' certainly birthdays are being i i ;

1 t ii ,ii (tit remember viewing the I have. a reasonable facsimile week' by Ronnie ) :

dead Indian's body. The family And'the poor working gals toiling birthday falls on tht

4 reunion will be held permanently away in institutions along Temple is up at camp, and :

m the future on the third Sunday are all complaining about turning whose birthday ,

aMISS TREASURER tn lulv at Wildwood each year premature! white-haired from all! she's up at ; :

17 AMERICA J.w.l I, J.w.l. that cement dust around but for several months. \

3575 \ Erpansiontiand Sauls Home Scene take heart. girls just thinkof I Friends of Dot I I:

$4500 I the inexpensive mud pack to hear she entered : )'rkt'% in iliis ad effe. tui- (thru :>aturdau u>t '?
1 Of Garden Party
.". I ou'll be getting IF (and when) Maxwell Field. :' i ,

.' For Two Honorees it rains on Wed for : I frozen Lb.

Easy I i Noted a sign on Doyle the to hear that G. J. CHICKEN GIZZARDS 39C

I Credit ROBERTS JEWELRY The A. F. Saul- home on McMahon Cleaners announcing they'll be better after his '

St. was the scene of a closed from Aug. 4 to 11 so all fection the past I I'I

Terms : lovely garden party Friday evening I employees can enjoy a vacation ''I just getting over
I Your Friendly Jeweler Boneless RedPERCH
when Mrs Sauls entertained I is Dr. Calvin ,
I Mildred an' J. D. plan to spend ,.
for her granddaughter:: Anita I bed from Friday to \
their time in Key West. This practice Frozen Lb.
Prices Include ledenl Ui
Praihei of Pasadena Calif. and I' of shuttin' up shop for all-out : Larry. Vickie and [ i FILLETS 29C

her niece Miss Phoebe Green vacations seems to be catching on I were all sick last t I |

I who were celebrating their seventeenth : Joe Starling tried it for a throat and down

birthday anniversaries at week some time ago, and say i this week are Janet i!
that time. I I everyone had a grand time I Louise Haines and Plain or Self-Rising

Soft colored! lights and baskets,I Incidentally, Joe says he had a 1 sorry to hear that : lona Lbs.
of colorful spring flowers were ;I real lazy man's vacation just Chasteen has been !: FLOUR 15

I used in enhancing this lovely gar- lolled comfortably in the back of 'I with ton.ilitis .

(I (don where tables and chairs were I a boat and watched the other guy I II All of us !
-- placed at intervals. Dancing and fish that's real relaxation turally excited

I games were enjoyed on the patio. II'd r say I Legion Tournament : Marcal or Hudson Pkgs.
I Mrs. J. W. Prather and Mrs NAPKINS 2 13C
SPECIALIZING INBREAKFAST I Spotted Dolly Sullivan i ex-Call- I here next week ( < .1I i
I IN. T. Green mothers of the hon-
I say is that if the I
stieeter. now of Allendale, S. C. ) (I
orees. assisted Mrs Sauls in entertaining around town last weekend visitin' I good as the one ,

A color scheme of pink family and friends: Also here Nine and Starke Iceberg
and was carried out (in the
green night I'll wear out
last Friday and Saturday was Es-
6:00 A. M. decorations and favors. The beau- telle Kendrick Black, now ofColdsboro bleacher before Large Heads
decorated birthday cake 1 New'I LETTUCE 2
Those 29C
N C.. visitin' the Gi! youngsters
cut and served with punchto
Curb or Dining Room Service I Xewcombs Glen Dukes and host Ion a good show '

the guests. I lof other old friends Garnita out and enjoy a -
Forts young people were invited -
Parker is taking two weeks vacation the great et
to this lovely party. I II .
but not plannin' on doin' anything II So long See Swans I I .i'. 3Et ;E0RQ i8l .
I exciting Irvin Robbing; s<1.11 .\,.. "I-.f -'"-'"' "-- -" --- *---- --i-i
: :, I I .:to __'
FROM 65c Birthday Party an' family are vacationing with Reg. It"i: 1: : ;"
\iirici: !( :
I For Becky Baker I Mrs. R's folks in Cleveland while In (irrtiil C".rt. II 3 for 23c ; ; :: t Elberta
SEE OUR LUNCHEON MENU Alex pinch hits, at the store riuriili: In I'hniirrr Large
I U-,till:,111 I E: Cnw( l i-: | ,t.tJr:
See the A. Y. Covingtons. son Ir- I I
\Irs.. A. B Baker honored her I' /iimi; 'i 111"1-i I !: Lux I r'x(1.11'
I daughU-r Be(ky TuesAlay afternoon I van and pooch Butch back from II | i I I .
Nollre To tpprar.T. '
: July 19. at her home witha I Paducah Ky. (Yes! it was hotter ..' I Elalill:1 C' 11\1" id. II I
CHICKEN STEAK SHRIMPS lowly birthday party celebrating there than it is here they say) *'nr and .tfl.lrvv I I- [ Hath Bar I I
her sixth anniversary. I Had the pleasure of meeting: suit You for are TMvorir hereby I 2 for 23c 11, I

.V pink and green color motif Larry Suslow and bride along ';a :amt \"<.\\i in th- Peaches 31bs 35I.
ed Court ami
Seems they raiive : :
FOOD DINNERS walued. Centering the refreshment I Call St. Tuesday tjuirtd to H 1'a | eer 1
table was a Dress Parade i were recently wed in Forest Hills. 'pwer or pleading' i \
plaint on the J'I..r.
birthday cake. Individuals cakes: L. I. and stopped off here on their K. K. I't.rr\ mail u i po, \
and ue cream were served. Fav- 'i way home from a Miami honey- :, and file tli,<- (.. \ ;, 30cDreft I* i
flf the I blowers moon to see Larry's father (Ole) .
di-t wete colorful utt 1.1 I. f?1t I In ;'ml I
V S. 301 SOrTH.1' K. R. TRACK Assisting in serving and caring: !Rarge)I. but missed him Larry l of..1',-aul!'':.2,':olllpl.tin'(.tllt.l'\\ I'"\.\ 1 t : i __

MiLeslie: Sarge went up for the wedding ,. ...
i' ? -1.1 HI goerv'ry says > onf. ,1 1 i 6t \ .I Lgl' 1'kg. \ I ,
-, ..., ht'd 1 be This! tlt'te, -!hll: 1 'rl
UI .n.o (;1\\i M'-\' x"n! '" Slll'ox but they thought cneeI'h w..K f IIv 30cTCamay \ t/1.) -,- i,
back "Can't keep ., f-1 : .r"
bv now upvith ; \\.1"I : 1 :
II ? .I Short Shank I Tenderized
I '- that guy" het: \ .I,1 Teiegrahh.I'ai.d; thiiv. day '! : : /' ,

I 1\\. i tt th It Claude JoIn .Ii' n.Iet' : (OFFICIAL SEAL) 1 1 .# ,

., 1 > ,. ,,' 1'st the ( '. ulii ttc ('llfk} "r O.\I'' 1' .1
I t t M s in 1 .. , I 1L' '
|I-y VI! t I I. > "t | i .-
I :r "" h "i.l I .u 1 FSr That means stli Ha : : -

.1::1! ,ot.t i-.il!l ;:,rage axeiage of 2 7i'A -
\oiPI I 10 2 for 23c
CLEARANCE SALE i : iTtis' ) timing the! prey dn:! ),: In ( Ir..ut < oiirt. : :
I. I'I.'ridar' : In I II.IIH" '
I :St i' v:('1 i' .
i Lava : :
; ; Picnics LB.39C
1 l' tnt.' happen: to r.'te', on. ,.' 'np't -

I III IIIII [> i V -<'II.tal'y.booJ.e"pl't ; ts 'I'.'* SOU'Kej,. liai : :

I II it j: tn.un,1 in the cloud ::1..i.d i s 1I

I ('! tut.tead of : at.. itt p 2 for 19c \I I
; 1 1I pang r,+ E I s ._ _______ -
II ALL Children's SANDALS Iwn'd
t I"i \\'Ik' It> because she i? ',1\,1 STARKE DialM1.11'J > \
I i l 1"nlathat Cpl Mr'rt: I I

I II III \\';ll.in s ,ailed Wedii'M'.n! t r rI o Our Own 1/2 Ih. pkg.
I I Fri.. sat. :: \ \ TEA 39C
2.98 & 3.50 WHITES 1.98 & 2.50 I, 'dn't Th.: >;in' 11.-\ug.-burg:ifter nine Geiminvinh i nv:; DOL') ) 15LL--' i,in,. i.u

I ALIES CUEENS \ .\I.l'ES !I I <': :! t tu. .P me here in about fur, LET'S GO 13cIvory I III -- --
w "' k- mil' will be discharged! n" 1

N-C-W Sep' noted( Marvin Stoke -- II Ann Page or Del Monte2IE
Hunter Hall. s()'\I : :
1 II
I I 111'," I':a: to :Madison on Tuesday

II i I t il il1 II pr"hl'l;::'"I''on he!. !has received and Ken a teaching Casstlseaihcr i Montana- .\ liar 25c \ i KETCHUP 14 I Oz. hotl. 19CI

I } 99 1 49 I II II .Itt.I at BUS and re- J
I I .;. 1jllt'"r.. was called back int J I'lu'.trial I
I ---- --
\\1 \\1' ;a. the -r\.e the past week re Heart : :

I I pott I ng to Fort Bennmg Ga. Sun.. :Mon. : :} tIt's t tI I'.ath I'.ar : : Cabin Home
\ 1II ,
I 1\\ C rg; It' i Mis E. Ji I Flynn enter I
2 for 23c
w ; :.a:!.> ,d I :J3 guests! a' a Stanle\ A Big

II i I pa:' Thur-dav. .evening of last I Life ii 3SCHt'
X-TRA SPECIAL! i \\.n. 'n a h.th Dorothy Ford. Klh: .'l B..trn muff' CORN MEAL

\ g 11 ,d It" !-i-trator for this h-trut \ an Johnsun. ( It

I I < show,.d 1 the products hear I>Mgh Fretlru Bar < ( __ _- __ ____- --

I B.11 Graham: was host to the Ala' Paw 3 for 23c lI lt Sultana

ill Short Sleeve j" \ <'7 championship Softball teama
Boys' 11SPORT Plus ('artK> SpicrnSpar t
1 00 ,> Fi-! D-Q mullet supper at hisK.ni. \

- i SHIRTS -_SIZE 2- Hi:) "t ="r: II!: :.i"Ntws-; .-wt!1lake K from. home. Mitchell'drug one evening TUl- .. \ujr. :) PUR. ,.,, SALAD DRESSING QT. 35C

II SIZE Il. 24r "
t -- ie Ni.t.kie: Fowler made a pietutt -
I '. I 1 I
12 1 1 39' 'I'nt''t"mng last week "stand-, : White House Skimmed
I Just t The Thing To Start Him ". II Oxydol :
III 1 .' in, ':i n the showcase and paint
I Mach To School 1 I With ; : i.ffp. i'Kg
I i the '\alls when
I a painter

11 These Shirts Are A Special Purchase And Are : I II I c r.> i.i.tn'iiimle.i be tha'found Saturday l-Starkites nte are ii Plus (artoon 27cJvorv \"[ MilK T tall cans 17C

i I I Wed.. Thur. !:
I i Ladies N.ght at Mitchells, the
To I I FI.\lif t I
Values Up $2.95ROBBIN'S : same a.m the good or dasMa The I

I I II I (I I : ":. blunder! is the n+\\' clerk \\ Jlh \ Lge: i'kg.: \< ,\ Domestic

i iI there md Bent Camp it on theft 27c '
II ,\
I ai.n >\ :-e; Eula Mae Smith ifnifs Per.cenaf ; Sardines A & P

Store i iIII i iI I I :ng a oroken arm whicn she II

I I I I: re .\ t jA hen she fell at her home \ Ivorv cans 4 1 C The crt'att1ant1c: and Pacific Tea Co.
of 19.10
4 Rag : : Entire Contents Copyrighted
I I I i last Friday Jean Parker. ( 2
III I! J alms 'I I Jim and Madge Chasteen: can be Ilus 23c : : 300 East Call St.r .

I found the d.) s cut at Kir.gb1.-;; 11
i iaLaktc '.,' .,rkino! on the bathhouse -





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FKIDAY, .\ GUST I. 1952
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IIII I. .6 .6' I Mrs. Martha Wood Mrs. G. B. ;: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swartz J Mr>,. Wesley Andrews is'aca. PACE I1VE

; Flynn and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. and Mr. Miss Thelma Green and her \ttrtc OF 'r.Tl0'H ,
and Mrs. Bill Curtis of .
I tioning \onl'
I in South Fiona for : OF l'\1t1IO'\'
tWG i
aunt. Mrs HIfiJtHn
J I I i went to Silver Springs Sunday tc Johnson City. Tenn. visited their. weeks. Emma Creech of St. .Si-tut- I'll'iiTlgl'.1NE: iu:<:miu .PICTITIOI \ "uunii'f'is' -

meet Fella and Bill Wood whc I uncle and Augustine are leaving today for lhriedi' pl\fn that th, N.'it. ,n h. ICI,) i:1\1I: II '
Jt4 .
aUnt Mr and tr.. J. uiiil "
na | :Mr and :\Irs.at... three' wetks'isit with rvitrd. under the pros 1oun.I'hapt 1 !,. .1. utul'-r. Hi,
| have been visiting Mr. R. Dyal and relatives ir .. i 1"-.
and Mrs. Kite on Sunday. f : r 3".' -'. : l.aN. ..f Kl'T.ita of <"h u>t. r Jii'ir. i !Lt uAI '.
'Ralph Rhodes in Eustis the past :Mrs: J. H. Fields. Charles Fields. sons. Tommy and David of Starke .Nashville;: Tenn. .\, r"d I'Ml! will i.pi-t"r with ttu' Iii'.t VM1. will! i? '
I and Mrs. Berry-Dyal I'rrk! of thr Cd. tilt <"mirt fl.rk ..f tl. ,
THE NEWS ''week. The boys and the Rhode I Mrs. Herbert Green and Charles of Graham Mrs. E. J. Dahmer and SOn. t.t l l.-t.iilfi.id r...iintv Slat, of in Kli'ii).tml. (..r "*' .nf..i! II'l r.'f I
i spent last weekend with relatives Frank.1 left last I.I.' 'II'"'' I" f jrt.i. !cpn rt : ,
n ( came by boat from Eustis tc Powell were in Newton N. C. I I I week for Cadillac. 11'1 pMM.f! t,1 I pllllll. ,it. .jii. 1"11.
{ 1 in Winter Haven and : I t." i 'I tin- I''I' !? th \1. : '11."
.6 Silver friends Mich for several < I. :.i'" "ii- !' t
- - - - --- mj week's
,t Springs.Mrs. from Monday to Thursday wherethey Lak.land.rrs.. 'i i visit with !I." "f :M t. h> ;.I i- I'r.it.! :st"i '''111. II.'n. i I' I I' 1 tt 'I
Dyal' brother.her I mother Mrs. I.Ii..h' 1 ''",..IKil I ., I ,
Eva Allen. .t to rnK a F-il l.i- n' -- oJ.I \\
Dr. and airs A. A. Kartsonisare Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr. and DuPont Murphey and children attended the funeral of their,i Jim Goodge who l..i-t: <".ili -t >'.irK. Kl.i i' -I --..1.! F i'i ,
formerly U'ed'near
visiting Mrs Kartsonis' parents { daughters. Mary Sue and Sally | of Atlanta Ga. are visiting sister and aunt Mrs. Cora Carpenter. '' here is in j :Mrs. Bernard Williams and children i..t't i. T t t'a : \N v ,.: -, 1 I. "

Capt and :Mrs. John Ann, spent several days this week j her sister, Mrs L. M. Gray atKingsley I I I hospital.' a Winter Haven of Lake City spent Sunda\ >' S'.u kt K.i ," w i- '. :I. '' "

i\il'ltingfr.. and Mrs ) '.1,1: th.!. i l-( ll.it eI! All-!-! \ i i. .i .'. af'
Tsavaris lake. R.
in Tarpon Springs and in Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Ep- Miss Dolores Dan!!- .
from .' ,
( McKmght, Mrs. R. Koolbeck and Mrs. Dan 1 1'i.J .11 :'1.,' k. I :...II.''il i'. !.' I --' I r. '
relatives in Clearwater for twc j| person's parents, Mr. and Mrs ': Mrs Eunice Newsome left last; I Florida-Southern University, spent Braswell of Jasper by. Fl"nuLl K .,
weeks. I R. L. Richard. 'j Friday for an indefinite visit with I the weekend with her parents, Mr. guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: B. C.Sunday Holti ,' : All Dre .s vtraw Hats rt'tlu..1J .'

Mr and :Mrs. K. G. Duncan and :Miss LinJa Dees of Jasper is 'her daughter Mrs. Robert Barrett1' and Mrs Eustis McKnight. i i, zendorfMr j jr cent ALVAI5EZ SIOICK:

daughter, Margaret Rose, and Mrs. I j I visiting her cousin. Miss Sue DeasI in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Charles Pulley of Tallahassee and Mr.. C. C. Hoppe and (?t-S-1))
Mrs. Laura Johns and :Mrs.: Er- and Mrs. A. M. Sieg had Iguests \.--
Roy Smith will leave Saturday I I this week. brought her niece, Mary son. Jjmmy of Tampa spent the
for rot Alvarez returned home Wednesday Rivers Stubbins home from Sunday to Tuesday NOTICEWE
week's with Thursday
a visit relativesin on weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harding and Mrs. O. L. Beasley
I r. and Mrs.
Ivan Graver
from Jacksonville after of Cambridge ,
Stockton Ala. who had week
spent a
Mr. and Mrs! Paul Raymond visited visiting and Mrs. J. XV. Kmcaid. I
spending the week with :Mrs.: Joe relatives City Ind.
Mr and Mrs. L. E. Jordon of the Springs at Lave Oak or. : in Talaha-see.! : Pulley Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mover!
Braden, Mrs. Herbert Dahl and is Rev and Mrs. M. C.
remaining here for several and
Ovieda spent the early part of the Sunday. and baby Sandy, of Jacksom'ilJE'ha'e

week with Mr. and Mrs T. J. I I For W...ldinff Portrait call 1 Miss Myrtle Reddish. days' visit with the SI ubbins.Irs. moved into Mrs. Meyers' par- daughter.: Sandra, of WashingtonD. WILL BE CLOSED ONE WEEK

Griffins, on :Monday the Jordons II I H. B. Peyton, who holds the rank :\ Parker Dampier and daughter. ents. the Jumu. Smith's apartment C. are spending this month atthe

liullingtnn's Studio, Phone 263. trI of Lieutenant Commander Prue, of Jacksonville H. L. Brownlee cotta at t FROM AUG. 4TH
and Miss Annie Darby visited the :Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes are in the are on E. Madison street. Mr. :Meyers l St TO AUG. 11TH
Stephen Foster Memorial.Dr I ,, Naval Reserve, recently returned'; ,'isiting11'. and Mrs R. C. Dampier commutes to work in Jacksonville Angiisrine Beach.

I visiting their son Bill Hayes i in from a two week's summer tour ,j this week." i r Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Warner' Ho..ip.-
Pete G. Felos had as gueststhe Pensacola the latter part of the Sidney. Jr
of duty Washington.. D. C.Mr j Mrs. Wilbur Scott was a lunch- and son. Jack. III. and daughter of St. Petersburg wire fciu'-.tf'
early part of the week his week. I ion of Mrs. T. E. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhud r''..
II and Mrs. B.V.. Curry and guest Duncan Marcia Ann. of Baltimore Md. are :
mother, Mrs. Georgia Felos, and Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis hadas end early of the week
I family in Gainesville last Fri- part
Bill Felos I friends of Jacksonville spent last spending three weeks with the Joe %
of guests last week. Mr. and Mrs Arnolds. The 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. T .lad,- r
weekend at Kingsley Lake. day.Mr. Arnold! their SC1EANER
All Summer Suits reduced J. J. Tolbert and daughter Donna, : I and Mrs George Mansfieldof and Mr. family are "isilin/; Mi! and Mr-
20 Faye Paulk has as her guestthis guests and :Mrs. G. E.
ont ALV.MtKZ: 10Ht
Iwr Mrs. L. R. Gooding, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. XX'eavcr \\"
Tampa were Thursday guest Miller in iri-!
I week Miss Bonnie Paulk of and son. Jack, spent Sunday -
((21-8-1)) Willard Goodin and Miss June' week.
lof Mr.
and Mrs. Ned Yancey.
Willathoochee, Ga. at St. AugutineAll .
i Mr and MM. Denver R. Devrick Pace of Charleston S. C. TheDavises ,
Jimmy Hazen spent the past :Summer :Snits reduced Sen and :Try ChjrlrvJth.ss': .' r
had as weekend guests, F. B. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and
also have as guests thi I week with his Julian Hazer have] -
cousin 20 as'I'eken.J "
per ont at ,\I..UZ.TOnr.: guests at t th} '
of Huntington W. Va.Ir.. Mr. :Mr.: and Mrs. Ewell Lawson .nd Summer
,week and Mrs W. R. Goodingand I
in Plant City. .
and Mrs. Merle Kelly of Apopka families visited Mr. and Mrs. A. ((21-8-1) |summer home on Civ-'il: ''i! ;t-
of Charleston.
Howell !
i Mr. andIr,*. Wilbur '' i1
Scot Sen.V A
F'l.ind- .
Mrs Reta gl.own of Dunnellonand : Itf>| Galll.-\
and Mr and :Mrs. Oral Devrick of ,,15. Woodham and new baby in
Tampa.Mr ,' S. C. I, Jacksonville on Sunday. t' spent the week+ nd in Df"land"Isi.- Mrs. fhllll'I"tl and daugh- Sen. XX" T Pu.s nf Ma i I.-., .. UR FURNITURE
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsoni1pson
Mrs. Vernice Strickland of ting Mr. and MM Walter Glatzau t tors Sandra and Jackie, of Brook Sen Beryle A Pope <01: St Aiii"it'ne. : -

and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and I i'r John and daughter Evelynn. | I and Mr and Mr... Robert GlatzauMr. er spent'Thuis lay of last week Sen S D. Clark' nf (I"I'Irt'llo. !
Anton. home
from :Monday :
I' was
daughter, Eloise and Mrs. Inez 'were visiting friends and relative \ GrowpI
I and Mrs. R. D. Goolsby of S
with Mrs. .P M Barefoot. f'n. Edwin G Frast' r or'
to to her father.
Kelly: left Thursday for a ten day in Jasper on Sunday.The Wednesday see j Hollywood were weekend \
guestf Maedt'l1nSE'n .
Dr. Calvin Houpt who has I Mr. and Mrs W W. Spann of : .hnllnlll'l'i of \
vacation visiting relatives in Vir Beta Sigma Phi sorority' been sick with virus infection j of Mr. and Mr. V. V. Hazen. d Like+ Walt>- spent the weekend 'Inverne-.1[ Sen laud",,,ph Hoilci'- I 1-Metal (;lid.!> ,

ginia, Xorth Carolina and Alaba entertained al a swimming party since last Friday. Mrs Guy Sale and Mrs. L. F wifi Mr. and Mrs P. T. Nolin, of' Cedar Ke\s and Son E XX'.

ma and covered dish supper at theS Dinkins were in Jacksonville\ oTuesday n Gautif-r I ; 1 -Metal Chan
Mrs. Y. A. Harris and Mr. and Mr. and MrN.. S Dankel and of New Smvina Brach
Mr and Mrs. Bruce L. Davisof G Denmark Kmgslplake *
on busint-sd': :family and Mrs' Dank l's mother.
4 Arcadia spent the weekend with home Thursday evening ?i" last Mrs Fred J. Harris and familyof Sheriff and Mrs.: P. D. Reddisb In .'Ir.'ult < onrt. llr.iilli.nl I onntt.I'lnriitn I'hUnl' S0 :"'tarl..t.. I'la. 1 Metal Kotku
Mrs. G.
F. Hutchinson. of
:Mr and Mrs. E. :M Davis. week. Gainesville spent the weekend 'I : In t'bnni'rrtI
I and son, John, were visiting Mr. !spent the two weeks at I >.' l.. in i'i i I''' i' Tui. !.., I'1!" ', 'l', \ vI.
\,':!hlr.. and Mrs. G. J. MrGriff.Sr past Fern {.. T"\U\ I 1'.1. Ilil.Olt, 1-:Metal Tablt
---------- --. --- and Mrs. L. G. Crews and
_... familyin andina Beach. .
'." and Mr. and :Mrs.: Lex Green ;! i iI r.i', \i> l"i
and family. I Miami and Conch Key. and Mrs. XV. G Haile is visiting the Orrfrr ..f I'lil.lirnli.Mi I *alr nt Florida T..:
Mrs. Maxine Smith and son i j Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Heath in Fort junior j Hailer in Miami this week. !i i l.i ,. Turk \\h.->- i.-nlin. ..milin !

THEATRE i Lauderdale from Thursday te' Miss June ,,,i lint .i lili.-- i-, I..".. TuiK Ji'i
Williams of
Graven of Tallahassee spent the 11'tsconnett i' ,
74 .I \ r.1.! i II" \ \I I" II Was $109.95
STARKE early part of the week with Dr. j Monday. spent the weekend with Mr ''r .. )'b.t i--t. nffi Cx 1'"11, ,
Miss Sue Biggs of St. X.: \\ i.rk..
and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins. Augus- and Mrs. Garl Mathews and attended .. i,
: 1 Y"ii ir>- t .llIi.,1| Tn app| ,'.ir mi
I tne, Edward Jay Jr. and Barbara the Summer Frolics at U. .
Steve Simmons Burt Chambers Fret. r J P'h.: .il..v. Group
Dedicated To Community Service and Clarence Street were fishing Jo Lannon of Jacksonville ;: ,of F. as the guest of Bruce Math J! nnurd| I'oiirt .tiicl: tut-e, \I hi iin Now 99.95
l.iintiff -i-K-
I I dot .mil ift.a.iti.iii
"Movies Are Better Than Ever" -
41 1 Cedar Keys on Tuesday. were weekend guests of :Mr. and e' ..f in.i ill.'n nervy Itr.iilf": '
I Mrs. L. N. Pickering and son. : tC5Mr.. and Mr:,. Robert Davisonijji ,..." itTi" .li I 'tri.ipli: ) -ltall |inlili--li (I'll. -
Sat., Aus 2 ONLY Tues.. Wed. AUJ;. a, G .. I I Michael .,J, r in in'\t f.nit \\.l\h" IHIniit i 1-Crib
'' Pickering. The younjj; i left last Week for Mexico for a | \\'" ..>.. in," h.iiul .in.l, .i.ffii i.il: I .,I
...-DOUBLE.w a FEATUE i folks attended ihe Summer Fro- three week's vacation i1Mr .-t.irKKim' iila, iln- JnlTI.2 \ ::11,

OUT OF KILLERS! Hearing Aids | lies at U. of F. Friday evening. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and i>"FFI"I.! S'\.i: ': \ .I I Tlli.in.i-, 1 Matlrcss
r Was
., !| Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles had a* daughter. Sylvia visited Mr. and! ,\- .'l.' i 11".1! -a..1 i '"in, tr
eomw/ CTUKJ\ ***** AND l-\ 11 .f''trn 1. .', ,,,'.10'.1',1",1 l ] / I I.
i I quests last week Mrs. Miles' Mrs. Edson Paulk in Lake Butler Farb;' I. Oiiffi-; 1'\\ ..ra Ln: ldnu:
GeneAUTRYmi I mother. Mrs. A. I. Brown of XX'ar- on Sunday. |I M.II, .,', n in Kl.i i lOLl.l 1-Hi ('hair1Training
CUAMINM BatteriesDiabetic !\M\- I.I 1 I'lf I I' Voriri ::
i ner Robbins.! Ga. and her sister. j Mr. and :Mrs.:\ Allen Edward

MGHISTAGETO Mrs. G1.: Lee and daughter, i Haight of Philadelphia. Pa. have \ -: OF I"ITIU'ru 1 Chair Now 79.95
UFIITI.lt $(' 111111 '" 1111
Foods Zora Kay. of Macon Ga. Carrie Ward house .
I j pUf'has..cthe\ Xdti.-f i- h'-r> Iiv Bivn{ tli.it t Hi-"
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepherdwere and lot on Grand street. E. A. uniliiBtifil: HiKlii. the itr| "\ I-,"m 1 Stroller
GAlVESTON AND .f i'h.iii| i r :2i tI.' "i l..iw"I I K1'' .i .nl i
'a in Jacksonville Tuesday. j ji Strout realty agency handled the :.Atransaction. wt"' ..f I 1'Ml. will fpRi-ti i. \\ "It 'h.
i Mr and Mrs. J. M. '.i.i! I "'!? Hit "nit" i lulf
SuppliesSurgical Bishop have I ,.1' !" ,oil" .1 i ',.in" ,. \ t.ili ..i 1'1"i ii' The above SPECIALS be
rented the Sullivan home XX'est- Mrs. R. O and her can boughtfor
46WIti0 on Dansby ne- i '01''," !I" I I' if "t I'"!1.1 I
1. .
I I moreland street. :\Ir. Bishop is 'phew Edwin Fain of Green Cove .. I' 'h' 1,1, t"
I!1'" ,
1J'' i i I Il: int.ml iinil. 10 Per Cent Down and $1.25
d \ +tlr i Connected: with the Smith Con i Springs Naval base visited Mr \ ,i i Ini- n' -- per
S 1'1111g0'ti' 9aoa : lti +! structjon Co. r :> ..-i '.,uiii\ ...I! .-i.iik-, V""
K\&Ut11'lln 1 Yt >! I w SupportsAND J. B Dansbv in Perry Saturday 1 I' I I. T 11 1i..111.1-, -?]I. ..II -' week at the HART FURNITURECO.
) 18YH7: > % : 1otld NOZ\IIO\ ,| Gunga Patel has returned home Pharlene liar'dt peal' last \\eek V!"i
lM1S1>sestiau ;;- :" I anon after five !I' ?i d 1 "I \ \ ,_
: weeks' visit with relatives wth: her I t r. Mi!rs ( K.: ., where friends
i |' i trade.
1'guy "Deep Boo Sea Cartoon II in West Florida. McG ulein P.tlatka your

And Chap. 2 Serial Trusses All Dress straw lliK reduce.1!
i A _
25 JMT cent ...-4. .th'-l; ;.. .
't "" ? :;;; ';;: "'"..I.c1'- :-';":;-, .:;"'=-
MRS. F. II. LONG 1'iulaunch XNitli I'unch" Cartoon We Rent (lf-8-1))

And Idlest Netty Mrs. Fred Orr and Mt-; Cora
Sun. 3Ion. 3-r-:
CrutchesVeterinary Quattlebaum left Thursday tn HI

.MRS. N. C. HITCH company Lt. Dorothy'
t! Thur., Fri. Aug. 7, S i the nurses air corptu Kit: ,'n\ 1 i.'1 bl! DEPT.

where she is stationed MiV1'" t'

TYRONE "PATWOA STEPHEN.POWEHEAlMcNALLY I Supplies ilcbaum! and Ml's. On VM.i ',,. mla \
+ I I --- -- few days at Pen-am: i .I I.j: i pi STORESummer
.una City and point-, 'I i -

::1 CANOVA allngthe Gulf C<>..-;; \h.> '''' .
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turning: home.
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: I'mSHlI'TIOITEI: : : : Mis. F H. Box ..n.! < >, "-

1 t' ( near hospital 1 ) .lal'k oll\'illt sp.mt1"lld lu: : Clearance Sale
? '
: T'ley have jiM ret UI : I'd,! |I'i ien I
(;iainoulle= Fla. '
: dm visit with Mrs o l : I :. "

n<'tt in Miami

hi\c had as hons'r.; -' : I.
rut, ":-otip jard >; \ CarIIIN .
| jwphonj" mtFl.-
\nd ltoohuornt"loon '- .
't Q/ :f / r; i>t ten days Mi IIi 1 .',1' ,

and latest Nevis ( artooii --- I'Karles Lowry
\ While her- the 1.\1'- fA
IF YU Il.NO lorii XAMK: COXCKALKI: ) IX TIn: Ill..\M>INi isPa '' -
6PERYIIIJ 'i- d l Silver Spring D.-n'-r: i !I ;> i. :,
IlKlVi: IX OR riXIll .
TIIKATKK: >>"; CrT \I> Ol T \'I) 1'KK; --

PENT: IT TO BOX OFFICE: rou IT.IK: :Mid St. Augtif- 'ne .
J .,
l trJ l1l Mrs Iaym.' I I. T '1'1' ,." : ,i- .' .f-: : .. ::\. : .. : --t:

turned hf"'. fter j ,,' "

aa-t u visit in Ja n ." 'ilp! > \1.'n', BUY ONE
One-Third Off Men'sSPORT
BLANDING DRIVEINDedicated $e she took care '. her i:: I irn! : on

'1'1'i M;.>'me Eih' n Tlli'' n- I :, \I I .KMI; "I \K f( i'KIt; \.

nItPAINTNO.5 -nil K< n spent :Fund"": v: > SHIRTS I

To : i.,.. AnCommunity ?rd THEATRE111'
[ .. ,. ,I j ii :k'ol1"IIIE'1. ; Were 1.49 NOW 99c

Feriee> A MARTIN THKATKK: Than K:\rr M-- Slurli: C 'rr'T'1! r 'i;. -- FOR
$ a.oo 2.95 NOW
I! > ',- Stn: Klan i I,1; t-.

Hen Office Opens 7:15: 1; P.M. Show Starts S:00: P.M. ', i- ijaestof Mr aid! \!l' : ,\ Were' 3.95 NOW 2.63

OPEN E\' EH\' NIGHTR.IIN OR FAIR r 'I' !Hi:I"\I) at Dajtnna; 1'. i'm t, One- Third Off on Any 7 Dress -
\r; ,,::1
Fri., Sat. AUJJ. 1, 2DOUClAS Mon.. Tues. Aujr. t 5 1 i 1.I: ldte>i hays !r.r' ', Men's Sport Shoes Reduced

M C M . I M :' ::11'In: Kiang; :' -: ,

t e lIt ise ,l >r 'II. ie pa. t two \\etnA :' M-1 I Ladies Summer Shoes liroun and White and \ir \\eau-

'i, \'- parents Mr a.a: \." (I'

THE I a \ fuof! Hampton A-! > \y' !i: I Greatly Reduced 4.95
PICTURE 'n. Coxes were :\Ir :,::d/ M--
PROFIT! 1M.1. Phillips and i. .J',!'" '

tQlr I TOO BIG No Experience Necessary Jacksonville. One-Third Off All Men's Ties 79c
Results Guaranteed Raleigh Branncn M-- r r

Brown and son Frank II:' H.iMrs. : .". Ladies Swim
e.. GARY GRANT v Suits
D.V.. Moore of .<'ar6.. :' ,! I AI'I
VICTOR McLAGLf i Men's Socks
T A( ,N I avid Moore of Belle t G'i; ;1' :' 39cValu

FAIRBANKS ?.* MICKEY SALtY t :\ln'hiwitb the J r I '..I' -I .
1 Ladies eThird*- 7.i1" fi:;(' ;;,9 ,,.
JOAN FONTAINE. r RODNEYFORRESTc :a '. lk ro Beach Slips Reduced ( '4

," ,r i ,., \!rs. W \\" !? '_'

11 Y v rc'i: ll l 11'= GfJ116A 0111 . . . . . : r- ".". as as S/.39 Off Men's Swim SuitsMen's
"' C"v. Mi! "Id;, Mr! W ; > .
(Plus \\IHHIIUUI! Hut '
Share| Trl" "
p d< ',!. k-l: ,Hr: alt: .Vr, CS.d

I'lus "TennN l&cquet" Cartoon Cartoon .I( :1"' .''. .I.,.,: M.-i. : } Ladies Summer Pants

(" .... Gowns Third Off
t:<\.r' r : M--! H
MRS.: :)i. F. IIKOWX I.. II. (;III5SONWed. ,
-:1 '. \\ I rkr : Values To 8.50 Reduced To

Sun. ..: .1..' .. 1L 'Hlh.rr 1 ," {.
Thur. "
Ausr. 3 ONLY Auk. 6. 7
fa' .IP i Mr und MrP! i. Ladies Blouses Third Off 4.95 and 5.95

Jar.! .
i. a daughter. K -:" "
1 I Choose from i..a.a ; weekend at Horseshoe ",r : > ; '. Some as Low as 69c

.21 1 Beautiful dHo" Mrs. G. R. Priest of \\'.1.:-. :: Men's Strove
..'CHI ; Hats
Artist her ,
prexntlt Designed visiting son. E. ( l'r. -' '

Subjects. family for several v.etk- One-Third Off \\KIJF: \()\\ \\ EHE NOW
I Pat Hobbs spent t- on
( ]1.49 3.95 2.50
$295per '\th: Vida Jean Gent: \

\ : ONLY set Mrs Jm: STiih ar:-'! Sportswear and Sun Dresses 2.95 1.98 5.00 2.98

f'r .' zany SmIth. returned! : r 4.' -' .
,"' 20', Fume Norfolk, Va tafter -: '. -i_ :1i--- .,--- '-J.

DO M : spending the 'lor..rI .. '.
ROTN r w 1111P Mr-! Smith's brother Childrens Sandals Childrens
g;)) I aDd Dresses Reduced
J A NE I 1
fAUt .OUG I 1tffCjJJ :Ir. law. Mr and Mrs. Berry Ih u :

Mu "All In XutshelT I I Graham and other relat.\f v r.' 1.69 1.98 2.29 Some as Low as 79cT

Cartoon'j| Plus "Goofy Gymnastic Cartoon 1 1 1 / T L. Casey spent last w. eh .1, ,

.t.n<: friends and reat.-! '.s r.t'.IT
C dum Ga - -
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Schools shows very interesting : They're In The

HAMPTONBy i I reels of the many industries of
l the different States in the audi

Mrs. Wm. \V. HammondiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ : torium of Hampton School. Monday
evening he showed the corn I
Picture a ,
industry of North Carolina. The
i( second reel was the citrus Industry -
W. )(. II. Meeting I I .. ) ca r
I I of Florida, and the third and j I
Mrs. E. L.
Birt hostess
was At hoim. and .+br lad ,111!! the d.
Thursday evening of last week tc : last was of the "Big Top" rehearsing f( I over globe n f,,( t. B'n'It< ''lr

I and caring for the animals County men are contnbuting their share to the defen.stpio p,'"ni ItI 4--. kk "- .
the Mary Moore Circle of the I ..e
W. M. U. Society. Ten members I before going into the ring. Uncle Sam. Pictured here are just a few of the actmtuMI..'h ta. .,, f V ,

were present and Mrs. Betty There will be no showing of films "our home town boys" are engaged this hot summer of 1952. N nt-A\\ R

May had charge of the program. I I next Monday, but will be on the ter where they're serving or what they're learning to do tees! *

The Royal Service literature was following Monday. The public is men are each bet ,onung all important nog !in trie gigaii' ",11"I: )<,

used and Alaska was the topic of I cordially invited to attend. tional defense

discussion. Prayer for the :Missionaries Mrs. Florrie :Maxwell: ) spent a

was given by Mrs. Viola !1 few days with her daughter m t f 1 't 'a. 5 .# $'e "7ty3rr. 1t .a:

Allen. Snapshots of Alaska were 1 Jacksonville.
"kshown.; Mrs. Horne closed the ''I I'I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Holidav and

program with prayer. two children of Miami visited the x r .ff:
I w
After the business discussion M. L. Watterson home last wet-k.

Mrs Birt served delicious refreshments I j :Mrs.: Holiday is the former Blanch

and a very enjoyable Faver. daughter of Pr Faver

evening was spent. Mrs. Birt, W. formerly of Hampton.Mr. .

M. U. president issued a call that : :: and :Mrs.: John E Ham .

more working women will join mond and son were Saturday dinner )

the evening circle. !I guests at the Wm. Hammond i t A.. r 4. t o'ff' ... s.a .

Following Prayer meeting on home. Chester was on weekend n ,7 (' r 'a ,1't' a. s..
Wednesday evening last week leave from the Naval Air Baseat

Mrs. Lynn Hall gave a surprise I, Jacksonville where he L' training ( rL" ,x cf s :

party honoring the birthday of with the Reserves .Y tiT'1 '1

the Rev. John Childress of the Several wells around Hamptonhave 4 A.t
Christain church. A musician gone dry. Mrs Verna Youngis
from Gainesville entertained and doing cooking and eating at :.. i :

games were played. Birthday cake her store. 1 ,
'i' !o !'Igh hut we i'kt it the ,
I Ii< general! opinion) II ''iiti Bi id'oroV
and cold drinks were served tc Mrs. A. H. Kelsey of Theressa, .
.. .0,, ,
1 tirrenth lif'I 1 1i ,, ,
'I" i < '"'''1IL'' ;0 i 'I Iitnllt I'
about 30. guests. Rev. Children former resident of Hampton,
useful re'l a ', I Tniu ug i' as new i t., Ill I,!, A. \1" .!II" \in !iu1 K:. ,
ceived gifts.
many is now employed at the Farm .
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eiland of f I Colony near Gainesville.Mr. .; I' .". Ml at the Jacksnyllh) ] :\t.I,i.; .\i,> ;S;' .I t'l: 1"

Homosassa spent the weekend 'ale, >! ti.i foursome Allied I I I''j": < ;! ?,.""', Tonmu I IK Ioodard .o
:: and Mrs. 'U. D. Dyal spent
with their parents. r 1pl *1t 'bQ I I""la\ ,I I : \\ are : .1! "
I Monday evening with their son, HI'b
Mrs Mamie Meade visited I +s'f foeton' henig marched off '; ""I. 1 0-
Russell, who is slowly improving. '
friends in Starke Saturday.P. Mr. and :Mrs.: Bill Sampson and r off s. I l'\t I Ham.' Stern (leaning over) is demonstrating. Mn I ,, '

T. Nolin, General SuperviTelevision I' children of Chattanooga, Tenn. I Steedley 1 ileftl checks the haircut to see that it's st'.i"meet t

-,- ___1____ 1__ ___ were Monday guests of :Mrs.: Jake Pvt. :MallorThomas: .Ii > left i carefnllsight.: -, his targets with I Marine regulations. y %

Williams. the 30 alibr< ,' machine :sun: !in haSH naming t.x -n, ises with the 8thI I I Upon (Onipletion of the present 30-day basic tramm,,. .. _
I i
:Mrs.; Betty May and daughter I I, Division at Fi Jackson. S. C His instructor 1'ft Nathan Smith, men will have qualified for promotion to Private First (c'Ja"I I' ,

Tips Melody, spent the weekend with I I watches closely Pvt Thomas, son of Mrs. Mallory Thomas of Starke. will join the rest of the squadron for training I in an auanduring i". "t" '

her sister, Mrs. Robert Barks- is now in his eighth week of a 16-week training cycle with the Sth I the annual 15 days maneuver period: ; which folio'> P_" '

By dale and family of Starke. Division's 13 Regiment, Co. K. 'training. "

Raleigh Brannen, Mrs ThomasF
CHARLES Brown and son, Frank and'I
Ii Jacksonville Star-Filled 1 1 : I
| Musical
Mrs. Dan Moore of Starke visited i i!I :Mr.: and Mrs. G. H. Boatright I i Local Women Attend ADDRESSESOF i" z.N .
Jim Dubose of Vero Beach Sun-i | With Patriotic Theme j i' INTERESTA. pi
Hof i Swainsboro, Ga. and :Mr.: and ; Annual Meeting
day, who is seriously ill. II I I :
: t9M ? : l! Mrs. Denver Hobbs of Miami were 1
Gerald Brown of Jacksonville 'weekend guests of the W. ::. Jack- Coming To Park 'Four residents of Bradford I A, Cook, < hange ti i i. !1.,1I i ; }

spent the weekend with his par County attended the annual meeting tey to Marthaville I ,, I.i
sons. I Gene Kelly put- aside his dan I
j SMART PERSON Mr. and :Mrs.: L. D. Brown.I( .
of the state ]tome Demonstration I Pvt LMbeit E Bender of Eaileton
TO KIP Mr. and :Mrs.: Merle Chapman ]i Buddy spent ,ing shoes to play a romantic j I Count held Gainesville 1410 'l .
LEARNS FIRST I I Sunday with Carlton Chastain I in 603. RRox ( > \1 I'I -
fU5 MOUTH SHUT and children of Tampa are spend j,land I family. i I young ice cream parlor proprietor I recently :, care PM, New York. X: 1>
ing some time with Mrs. Chap jI i who wins Janet Leigh as his The attended parts of Mrs A. II Hailch J H I A
I 1 : group 'I
:Mrs.: Jessie Chastain attendedthe I
t man's parents, :Mr. and MM. John Woodman Circle Conventionin bride in the big new musIcal I the meeting's business sessions House, Tent Camp ("P' ;i'' I. f

) Blackman. "It's its short courses, and its banquet. N. -
Jacksomill'' A Big Country", showing at I C.W.
Dick Williams of Tampa wa? Mrs. Bill Bigham president of II. Yawn, Ml1:;! I c .riv
weekend of the J. W. the Park Theatre this Sunday
guest Augusta Ga.
I the Bradford County Council,
Hornes. Mf*, E. L. Cox. Mrs. Howard Ansel Blount, Rt. :2?, Leu.-. >Loa ;
:Mrs. Fred Eiland and childrenof I I story reveals the meltingpot Wait. and :Miss Dorothy Ross \ George H. BUnch I u i i I" ,

Jacksonville visited friends and ,! LONG BRANCH of America the hopes of its county home demonstration agent. | St., Statesville! N (r t _

roll, relatives in town Tuesday.Earl youth, and the conflicts of its el- attended the meetings.Mrs. i i i f ',
Matchett spent several I Ky :Mrs.! J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. tiers, all combined in that great rKMKTKKYOKKIM: :
:: Cox attended a short I
days and the weekend with relatives I patriotism that unites its citizen course in foods and nuitrition [i Evergreen CPlIIl'tel'Y111 ;;,i\ 1'T immv. I Smith ann Imi rt } ''If .t,,,'K, <*. ,
in Atlanta, Ga. and left of varied pedigrees and origins. working Friday. Aug. 8. ('um.
( Tuesday evening for Baltimore, I' Mrs. Carrie Smith and Mis Ef- In addition to Kelly and Leighthe while horticulture.the others hose a coursein Ii and bring a basket and tools n Mann.MI,. ,II i.i. t ,.II!It'i ueekn
r- ltd where he will spend some j I I fie Johns of Starke spent Sunday brilliant cast includes Ethel I II work with. There will be a 1'o1'rre,! '.H.:11"': :' ? .I'i' .!ii-tr 111, tItl'(( 11 I _IIII" r'1 i -, }i.

1 y (s time.Mrs. ]I with their niece, Mrs. :Minnie: Car- Barrymore, Gary Cooper. Van I I During a sprtial! reiopnition, i dish luncheon J M I Ko.M, i AIIV.I, "-11;';1 IIl't'l i inu"( t.. Squat I". ::44
:\11" RosI -
F. B Hall of Gainesvilleand ter. Johnson, Fredric March, William ceremony Friday night ;
: was presented \\ Ith a sterling ,, .
in .
Smart people areChas. learning Mrs. Vernon Slade were Powell, -- -- ,
Main -- -- "
I Mr. and Mrs. V. A. (Yougan) Marjorie George I '.j! -- ""

dally, to trade with us. I Jacksonville recently visiting their i(Padgett spent Sunday with Mrs. j Murphy and others. 1, silver('ount'lIun..1 pll'kltlork( from.l the Bradford -- ,' -" -, .-- -- -'$; -__ ___ _' ._, __ "u__ __ __1,,
i, mother Mrs. Fannie Meads. i I IFadgett's sifter and family.Irs.:: i Revealing a cross-section in ;hl '
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of l
I(Mandy Manning at Lawtey lives of rich and poor, immigrant '

C. ShepherdGuaranteed /his Jacksonville parents, Postmaster spent Sunday and with Mrs. i j Mrs. Kate Bowmen and Irene and native-born, this colorful i I "GOSSIPJiy I
at Hill
Padgett were seen Clay a
|I H. B. Wiggins. I I I: musical snows America at |:
few days ago, also Nellie Wilkin-
Mrs Mamie Meade has had her work and at "Shorty""If
play Comprised of
son, all three called on )tr. and ,
barn torn down and is building a I i
RADIO & TV Mrs. Faircloth. .eight episodes, the film sweep
kitchen on her house. I .' across the country, it-; stones In e IT
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Harris IS
Sales and SenicePh. i Mrs. Wm. Hammond and daughter 'I rela.tiws eluding drama romance. and hunior. rY tT UNLAWFUL
I Willow Ruth were in Gainesville Fad K t-tt spent Sunday with but all :
in Hill. ie\Baling" the lm.itpnde .\'
239 Starke :
Monday. ,
and happint o'! hi rig .in I ; t_ ., i!
Jamesazworth is working in Buddie Wilkinson has been very
--- Aim
I 1 K .1'1 i 1: i
busy with his crop of peas. In I!

I spite raised of a the very dry nice weather crop and he has has FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S For Any Person or Persons to Engage in !I

I I had a hard time trying to find e to

I pickers.D. .

I B. Lang who has been farther JUST
ONE Business Under A
Fictitious Name Unless
south working in the water __--__'- ,-,-

melons and other crops, returned FRIGIDAIREMade good help make good I i iI

home Friday. We were glad to .. 1I I
i, have D. B. back school :\ only by General service, ue'\e got it :
in Sunday The Name Is Registered
Motors j jI
I IQu Corp. All other
II for we missed him. i -- ---- ----- ---

I We had 18 in Sunday school at Electric Refrigerators are Nell jump( at the chance I I
made by other I I
the Mission Sunday. There were companiesand
'ot'rl'f' is the tw.tin
to our
!i 47 at Long Branch; 33 of t.1 'Sf cannot use the word prove !
'' ton
i were one hundred per cent mem- Frigidaire. I

I I Rev. Jones, the clerk of the 'Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Read This Florida Law

Remington-Rand i Black Creek Association, preached : ? ? LIBBY !

for us at the Mission Sunday': 1 I

The COMPLETE portable I evening. Rev. Everett Godwin u- THEN SEE Sales & Service "It shall be unlawful for an> person or persons, as defined herein, to !
with 'miracle to preach next Sunday evening. I engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined -

I Rev. J. L. Strickland will preach I E. H. SMITH 1 I 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAKaiser / without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with( the :

tab'I on the subject of the Great Tiib- Tenth and Temple Ave DEALERSHIP- Frazer Ilenr} -J clerk of the circuit court of the county here the principal place of business I II

I ulation at the morning service i is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -
Starke Fla. Temple Ave. Ph. 32SUfPffOF I
only 94.50 next Sunday at Long Branch. signed by all interested .persons, stating under oath the names nf

all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest -

(PLUS TAX) of each and the fictitious
name under which said business is carriedon.

i i it t Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto
t j t f fI
engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

their intention to register said fictitious. name at least. once a week for fouri

Can be purchasedith (. ) con..ecutinH'k in some' newspaper as defined by Jaw in the county

where said registration i is to be made, and said registration shall not be

Small down payment and I n.ri' accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of i

TIO such publication.
balance in Si?:, eight, ten or

twelve installment I If you are engaged in business under any name :

with the purchase

other than and have had this
'" of your newMAYTAG I II Ii I your own, not name

The ideal gift fur that boy or girl going anaytc ,'", L ,i

school this fall. t l .1 r ti WASHER w di wl I Ii properly advertised and registered, we will be

Come in and see this beautiful a

Simplified luietritef Ribbon with Miracle Changer Tab and, i 1 fr Offer Limi/ed/ r ,I glad to give you all necessary Information as to

33: more outstanding features. Come in ToeayGAY'S / ,!

I what you should do.BR.DFORD .



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Keystone Heights BROOKER Harrell. and! da.is"' .-
I CLINT BONNBRR Mr and :Mrs Ernest !FUt! "u

I Bj Mrs 'teats HonaM (.rare G. Ui hun 'n Gene. Mr and M I' Ii}
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i : Lord Wednesday Mr The I I Bill Bigham and daughter i .
I Love TJ Kingdom > H L Ladies Fire Auxihan honored ''
Morgan Rev. and Mrs. Earl \\.ii. I .
was honored '
Methodist Church Hampton Baptist by a stork ITS president. Mrs. H. S..1 family returned home .
shower at which members of her Anderson on her birthday with a'': Kiuliv
Bob The oldest stiriiving/ American hymn bridge club ,vacation at Ridgeor.t"-t t X k
| The First Methodist Church of Ky Gray were hostesses. The party Monday night at the home i
Starke invites to attend services j I I 7J party was at the Inn and was attended of Mrs. Jetty Hazen. MISS Mary Jane Bl. '. I"
you i Howdy neighbor! Ad you read There were two Timothy Dwighti; both clergymea, i .d..nciag !learn oas ..d CUVt..t,. AM ..tidcklW Fed.rawt, about turned home Sundae :<
of worship this Sunday. hate TboBM J.U_'. doctrw of cie- by 35 friends of Mrs. Placed at
points of
I this bit of news;? about our church, b otk New > b both! Tole pneid..u. n. 11- was ) Morgan I interest I M wet'k's'islt with h'-r 2-1' l lents. ,
Church School begins at 9:45 a.m. critic ,o..nuaaat. Ie "nll of J.I, ontioa ia idolwriter were bouquets of PomPom .
headed rice uutitatioo from 17) to 1117. TV 1 : zin--I II Mr and Mrs I. I. H ,- :, .
tell about of L wailed that mankind boiaf dri. back to a'
Morning worship service beginsat we want to you some a. :Mr: and Mrs. Paul nias. ice .
Finnegan and cream and
aecond changed the college to a nai.er.iy and wn it* itate and tk coutry war bed, r.a by "block cake were Jaoksonv ille
11 o'clock when Rev. Thomas i the blessings that God has givenus prwid..t from UK to ll". lavage keada. I two small daughters of Alexand I served to the guests by the ,,I

G. Mitchell will preach on the right here in the middle of I JaM (i Se.ewell Jackioa held prayer meetiagi; in While teaching oratory, literature, theology, preach.Ug ria. Va. are spending some time at hostess. ;
! subject "How to obtain strength Lit dsuroom..t Virginia Military latticou, eo did to I hia etadenta aad rvnniog b..... affain of Yale?': the White Feather '' '
Court and vtsi- During the Of'
from God" Communion will [ summer when the Lord's work is Timothy Dwigkt keld revivals in the chap.l of Tilt. And Dwight took on the editing; of a collection of iMacj\ party the guests TUXEDO
Holy j
| supposed to suffer from the "bum- for good rnton. It wu an aga wKon arcrybodfmding wse WatU hymni and, though hit eye war weak from ting aria Finnegan's mother, Mrs. honor received gifts of remem
M administered at the morning Tom Paige "Ago of KatuA1 and int.rUwi imaJlpox and orerwork, he wrote )) bymaa of hif own Southerland.Bill brance from member present FEED STORE
service and'to the "shut-ins" dur |i mer slump", Frankly I believe with itodcntt r T.altd o.I Iy AT. profttMd CKrutUai. Thirty-two hafe been forgottea, bat one ttandi out ai

ing the afternoon by the pastor.;I' that most Christain folks just I So Prandoat Dwight took to tko. chapel l pulpit nd pat the only hymn written in America for the two ceatnriei Reynolds is home from the Those attending were: Mrs Lu Keystone Height.

i evening services begin the f.ar of God into kit p.p li. after the Pilgrims laaded on Plymouth Rock that iI I I1.iJL. Navv. cille Edwards, Mrs. Gertie Jones

Sunday I, get to where they sorta expect I, Boajamin FranklU TuBOtkf Dwight; was ODe still ia coounoa nee. Mrs. Vivian Sanders and her son Mrs. Cordelia Mott. Mrs Clarissa FEEDFERTIL1ZKK
at 8 o'clock with a gospel song
I to quit being faithful around this I .f thOM nerdy *ary Amaricau who could do almost B.*idei making Ckriatiaai of a ipiritnallf ceaeitdiitvdeat Dudley were vi-itors: in town Davis Mrs. Evelyn Thomas Mrs
service. The pastor will preach on I ... Dwight ia beat reeaenixred for I over
time of the year. God however, ,d lII. Ha war famar cUrgymaa aditor poet body, Timothy ; Clara
the topic, "The Cost of Being a I I lagiilator, orator, ba...... tau aad taacktr. At one of making three thiagtt! a leading inititution of a small; the weekend. Mr*. Sanders is a Faye Hazen. Mrs. Dorothy
Christian.." doesn't appreciate that kind of ku pa pill pat it, ka war iauratttd s. "ararytkiag" and collage hell for J.f .noaiaa Democrats and a hyoai former resident who has been in Jean Douglas Mrs. Polly Wait SEED

spirit on the part of His people. kit knowledge was "booadUts." lot kit chief love was that proeuMi to lire ai loaj at Tale or the pan, ,-.-, ,.. Arizona and Georgia for some and the hostess Mrs. Jetty Hazen
Methodist ,--
Senior and Intermediate \ -1
at ', If taking a vacation means for'l I lot. Tby ki.idam, Lori TO btr my earn uti toil tt guts. time. Dudlev. who is on leave :Mrs. II. S. Anderson and cons. II. V, JOHNSON
Youth Fellowship i I!'getting God and being Tin bottu of Tbi.* _I.oJ", ; TiU totlt ..J urn tb.ll ..
7 o'clock Sunday Evening. i i ful to His work, then vacation I The Cturcb tur Bit it RtJtmmtr uuiT to Fort Slocum, N. Y. and few days visit with her
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study become just plain srI don't : \ /D Hit euTi Pmts i "'001. Slyo.l my tiglnit 'joyI parentsMr.
will report there soon. Mrs Sanders and Mrs. Harris Montuvllo
will bar ttattuly in
8 pHz
Wednesday evening at p.m. ways r.
know that I ever heard of the I Sir street _...aio., sours YOWL, will return to Arizona.
be led by Miss Kate Struth I Iou Tty Cb Tik. 0 God!! t Mrs. Ernest Edwards andon
| Devil taking a vacation: he works Her walls before Tin itnJ, Her II,.., of Ion and p.iJ. !1, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Travel) and Gene spent Tuesday with Mr- re
( around the clock and through the I Dear tt lit, ipplt of TIM i eye,
Surt truth balt last Jack K. Haber troh and two small Edward's sister Mrs. G. E tire'r; i
Aid b* J. at Thy
At The Tabernacle seasons. trattn Tty
i,j I'i I I To Loa shall bt ,'". son. all of Williallli port, Pa. have at Brooklyn Lake. =!....

Last Sunday morning, our Bible far bet my taut tbtll fell; Tbi brightest floruit earth tan yield, been visiting the Haberstrohs re Dinner .......... ..
Miss Martin left early guests at the home .
Phyllis 'aMr.
AaJ "rllttr i tint tniu ,
'1 School reached a new high with tvr bra my prayers urrsdr of cently. T .
thi3 week to assume her new and Mrs. Bill Bigham "11111 .
110 prt'.wnt. We invite everyoneto The program of free swimming \ .
t duties in the Mission Field of day night were Mr. and Mrl I ..
come and study the Word of lessons sponsored by the Rotary
went bus '. Harley GainesvilleMr ", .
Quito Ecuador. She by Bigham of
! 'God' with us at 10 o'clock. Like I n t ,a!. A2a a1 Club i it under way. Odis Ilinnant .
to Miami Tuesday and flew from and Mrs. G. E. Green ,', .
wise, BTU has been runningaround .1.
: our I of the YMCA i is in charge. There a
1t' 1 ....... .
there to Quito arriving Thursday
daughter Shirley and Lind < ; > '
100 and the summer .I-.In i
;: will be award in the variousclasses
noon. The good wishes and prayers .; ti le. are vacationing at Hr" l II"
i 1'
weather hasn't tamed
1 j I a drop as there were last year. At .
of her many friends go with | Lake. Keystone Heights'
attendance at any of our sere the close of the meet. Aug 8., the
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her.The ices. Sunday night: at 8 you have Rotary Club will put on a boiled I Mr and Mrs. L. A. M r?t' -- "
Sunday morning message Distributed bT CJUItrattJ Pins
a special invitation to be presentfor __ shrimp dinner to help defray the children L. A.. Sandy and, .1 n .% :- -. .. -- -- --.---.. )
was brought by the sponsor and
the service. The are vacationing at Kingsle\I. krjMrs. '
evening pastor expenses of the c )ucse. I -
Sunday evening Fred Salter, I)1 I Church of God rTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTYTTTTTTT1 hi s; t ,., holt t tur. comfort and it i
will speak on the subject : Last Friday at the Rotary ;I Howard Wait and daughter-
formerly, of New York and now '!llok.j> ,ts it a $22.000 air coolie ''
"Seven Ducks and Running Water" :1 luncheon an award was presentedfor [ 'joined them for a swim Wedn,-' HAS
of Park of the Palms. described Starke 8Jh & St. Clair Sts. home
I LAWTEY% ti'Uimg unit I! would have to be installed -' your grown in
Come hear what the Bible the best all-around camper at; day
hU work among the delinquent to do the job of cooling off.However .
youth of New York.Presbyterian has to say about this unusual! Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning that seemed like a huge Camp Immokalee. It went to Marvin Our former residents and very value? Has it outgrown your

i,I subject. i I II Worship 11 a.m. Evening L. II, Futch hunk of moneyespecially when Mundy. who is a visitor here dear friends, Lt. and Mrs. Robert Fire ? Let
insurance check
1 I Service 7:30 YPE Service from Virginia. The award was us
Then for the greatest blessing presented
AAA the }I. Hiers, of
Church I I 1ALA movie house wasn't even a Columbia S. C.. were
i lof the week don't fail to be pres- I II Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting by Dr. Slaughter, uncle ofthe ; needs.
I I On permanent structure. ( visiting in Brooker last Tuesday your
Sunday School at 9:43.: :J 1: ent on Wednesday night at 8 7:30 p.m. Thursday.La Saturday afternoon of last young winner.

Friendship Class 10. a.m. I j J o'clock for our "HOUR OF POWER" 1 wt'ek the home of Mrs. George W I So that is when Sgt. Sapp of || airs Charles Oliver\ and four Lt. Hiers returns to Columbia on .
"tt'ySunday '
Morning service conducted att i] prayer meeting service. We I Roberts was the scene of a lovely "personal: service and his lieutenant : children are back in Keystone fora i Friday, but Mrs. Hiers and daughters .'f. ...

11 a.m. by Rev. C. C. West of have one of the largest prayer I School 10 a.m. Morning I party honoring Miss Linda Car I got their heads together time air Oliver came down with Nancy and Linda \\;11is tI .... .....
Worship 11 YPE Serving
Concord, N, C.PENTF.COSTIL. I| meetings in North Florida, and Saturday 7:30 ter who became the bride of I I ti> come up with a comic-strip them but has returned to Washing I for a week with aIrs.. Hiers' family

!i rwhaps the largest in this area. i! p.m. Frank Sweat of Jacksonville on 1 tort At a special meeting on Mr. and Mrs G. D. Lon i in
sort of creation :
HOLINESS For instance God gave us 116 i I June 22. This being a bridal sho'.\-- I I that cost practically Wednesday July 23. the Town !I Jacksonville, and Lt. Hiers'sister.,.

CHURCH II present last Wednesday night.You've I Theressa ChristianServices t'rrs.:: Sweat received many'I nothing and does the joalma. b Council adopted a budget of $24.-:! Mrs. Jim Ruddy at Lake Rosa I Charley E. Johns

. lovely and useful ,, .( as well as an r 1158. for the fiscal year beginningNov.
Sunday School 10 a.m. probably been "laying up"to : gifts. After the j expensive Miss Joann Wait spent the

Morning Service 11 a.m. come for some time now. Whydon't each Thursday nightat Rifts were opened the guests were ,I'i'; air conditioning unit. 1. No change was made in weekend with Miss Linda Gayle Agency

Evening Service 7:30 p.m. just fulfill that desire 8 p.m. served delicious refreshments the tax rate but a new rate of 66- i Phone IS
you I of i Ordinary lawn sprinklers were: I Green at Brooklyn Lake. STARK FL.It.n .
Prayer Meetings Wednesda) and come have fellowship with us \"p were proud of the fine group angel food cake and ice cream. I| 2-3 per cent of full valuation for '
I i j hooked up and spaced at inter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinaentertained
night 7:45: p.m. Saturday night this week7 We're going to be of young people who attendedthe ,\ M rs. Paul Dinkins and Mrs. Mae assessments on property was set friends

7:45 p.m. looking for you! district meeting Monday nightin j Wells were co-hostesses with Mrs i vals upon the roof of the old thea- ,up. This will automatically in'rease I barbecue. Saturday ItthiA
night with a Those at- ,
I I Starke. Keep up the good work Roberts. ,: t tre. Cool water was then sprinkl the average tax to meet th t- i '';.. f'.
r .. ...
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young people. me' s iea-ed bnds'-t
I The the
Lawtey W. S. C. S. continuously upon quon- .
wa invited
Homer Swindall pastor y T I"'II\' > \\-1' i''i-''I1.,1 :: 1 ill and: <<| th children :and to bring;;I II Representing THE TRAVELERS Hartford
to meet with Mrs. G. C. Cotton set-type sloping tin roof. Next
., \I \, ,, :I r,I r lpnr
t r "K "I.
n -
FIRST BAPTIST and Mi C. Dinkins of .
CHURCH Starke I Jack- came the installation of an an
St. Edward's CatholicRev. | s nville on Wednesday, July 23.
"" I II j intake and outlet hooked uit":;
'" I The
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor" Richard Lyons pastor. members left Lawtey during fans at either end of
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. the morning and enjoyed a social th.bin iui;;': I For Your Old Stove

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. hour before lunch. After lunch to keep fresh air (:1I'l utltlllgIt

PHONES : Office 231 Pastorium 130 Confessions Saturday 7:30 to the regular meeting was held. all times.

r"-r rff I"'I' -I' I I III' 8:30: P.M.Children's. Members from ii|i In commenting on hi-. efiu |I'"!t
Lawtey who at-1
SERVICES system Sgt. Sapp "N I Regardless of Condition
Catechism Classes tended were Mrs. W. T. Walters l ] -a\s. CI J itricity i- I_
"Once SandIwa 's Saved" M rs. H. C. bills, no niainti-n.un, .
\\Wednesday. :-00 P.M. Kelly. Mrs. H. C. Wain-
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t i trouble just ------- -- -- -
"1'\\ ice Lost t AlwaysLost" I right, Mr:. T.L. Wainright. Mrs. gotta go ('II'slIll' t --

----rl" 1________________ ,!, Church of Christ I| Ed Durban. Mrs. Mae Wells. Mrs. the "water tap and hue the h t

SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A .M., 8:00: P.M. Corner 10th and )k)lahun I Effie Miner, Mrs. Paul Dinkins,, die' f/tsf Choice Tfttwg/iouf AmercdriT1i7TIr

Sunday School 9:15: A.M.-Training: Unions 6:15: P.M. Bible School-10 A. M. I and Mrs George Roberts. Several ,. Comment the n-w. i iMp"ConM I", ,

MIl)-WEEK SERVICE WED ESnA Y. 7:13 I; P.M.: Preaching A. M and 7:30: former members of the Lawtey 'nii in- another m*tat:
W. S. C. S. joined the 'of t;i.iT; Aiu-i: ""i an ingeniiitv: u. ,
for .
P M. group ;
VISIT TilE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR Prayer Meeting and Bible Study this meeting. They vvero :\Irs. Hal foreignela. detlway.: : t.llk!! ._____ _

each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Edwards Of Orange Park Mrs I. about' _
.' Everyone welcome. B Cody of Dinsmort' :Mr.Will, /

ciirnni OF .iKsi's CIHIIST 'Mr;. Horace Cox of Jacksonville:

It Will Amaze You OP LATTKK: n.n'I"TS: I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews of CENEVA11AAAAAIAAIA111AAAAAIAAAI

Masonic Temple, Call Street. Clearwater were "Islting"f,
SEVEN DUCKS AND 'nHfa,' School Crew's
every Sunday parents Mr. and Mrs c r.v Blanche ( iinninghani
morning, 10 a.m. Sacnme-it Services R. Crews last weekend. Mus Lin

RUNNING WATER" i 6-30 p m A cordial invitationis da Crew accompanied her broth i
extended to all. '' to
Clearwater for a visit ofseveral Hay tad .J'I'! :lace! .mil l (I'. FA2i1i(1AItI 7I.cJ

Hear this Message: from the Hible by the Pastor Sunday \\ooni\\v.\: :MiSvlON.tRV: R.weeks.J. Carnespent F' :da'I< m,;ht t y .

Night i at S P.)1. Where ii is this subject found! in the 1 KAI'TIST Walters of Boca Raton Saturday with :Mr and Mr.1'1 .

Word? Come and See! was visiting his part>nts. Dr. and Drzymalls of Ja( k-on\ri., a' i .
The Woojlawn ) i Mis. W. T. Walters
Mssonary nap on Sunday. Camp tt John-.oi,
First tl-t Church had a wonderful service Mrs G. W. Roberts .
Baptist Church was in D> .
Hampton &! r Sunday. We had Several visitors i. land! last Friday night -.
; visiting 'he weekend were MiF l t ::,.>
Hob (;ray. Pastor and received four additionsto relative ,
hrnth.tInIIan,1 i .1'r.i Mr: c
Uihle School{ 10 A.M. H.T.I". 7 P.M.: the i-hurch. Sunday School begins I Mr. and Mrs. \\'. T Walt!'r.:: :MrF: \\. Hininrk 0, : .I Ink- .

Morninu at 10 a.m. preaching 11 a.m. were called to Jacksonville t
Worship at 11 click last \j.!; ,. 1,1:,, 1 >' and MiC -
Attend The "HOUR OF Evening services 7:30.: Wednesday week to be with Mrs Walters' ,
1'OII'Elt"11'edne I '
da> Night: sis' piv ." "Idren of M.ii'ii'T1' ': :
At 8 ".)1. Nothing Like It night Song and Praise service I ter Mrs. C. V. Turner who u >-- K: ': S ttons :iad, a.f: ,,- --
begins at 7:30: All are invited I ill. On their return ,. (
n-p.-r-i e-i.. i -' thu sr .1 J fi
-, tn attend.A. Mrs. Turner much improved< "
"L.1I': I I'. i "n 'of .I hlhlJl': \ -
G. Flynn. Supply Pastor j i Zell S, Dukes and :::
j f'ita.l.!
? Another fO; :.- :Jd0'1| I Tl-:
;Jacksonville were visiting for a 1
Rt.u.i.: :.: : I ..: '
.\HlHa.tOF: I\"TtlasT: : I short afternoon.time in Lau tey last Sunday >, .IJ

: t'
:Mrs: Walter C. McKuhen. chang The A. E.
Centralized ;j j Massey family an- t< d6'&fUC48
Power from Lake Butler RFD to RT. 2! I spending their vacation at Bom: i

.* i Box 219-T Jacksonville, Fla. I Springs with Mrs. Massex's i
Our Real MenaceAmerica's I :Mrs.: R. B. Secrest Box 193 Mr. and Mrs L B HogtieMr. 6tfffonf

Hallandale. Fla. : Massey is agent for the S* I' e

I i] "Irs. R. G. Kidd. 676 Oleander'Drive. board railroad here and r-a;i f

1'1 Ft. Walton Fla. agent Becton of Madison! W-:1!: rV4

1 Mrs. Donald Kenley. 270 Est- I have charge of the office dur.rs

great problem is how to decentralize ridge Rd Glasgow Village S t. I the absence of Mr M<*ss.-v J automatic

our Federal vGoVeraiaeii!.aid return Louis Mo Warren Boatwnght wh > h If
., .
to t.bj individual" sta1 I,cmd."COnununitiel> I been receiving his basic training'a1 Easy Summer coitfrotfCAIROD

the it'hce Farris: Island is spending a few
powers vilurpttJ frOn}tfie# n. davg here with his mother and Meals Easy

., U our Federal Gar 'rim nt ii dlowed to you areplanning family before being assigned tc on the Budget!

keep'md'cdd powott nolMeJegated to it other duties. i

bT: .lie \,Conititgttan t ,; theitip'dom I F Rev D J BInckmon of Bethview z- ,II, Yes min these Touch a button. lighted pushbuttons show
is the su >ply minister
at *
'. a. t tHe indi'vidual!;: bf'fi1 i same a new Faith Baptist Church during the ,i!i hot Summer days '1 HEATING UNITS v< ur exact cooking speed! Cool-clean-fast and

Constitution : Lykes canned meat the 'jrld't easiest cook!
will be forfeited: ; home vacation of the regular pastor.I assure you u way to Fully automatic
:" ::' :- i Rev. A. E. Massey products are the answer
arson control. No pre-heating for broiling. Deep-
The City is ha'ngthe weeds to taste appealing EVEN, STEADY, SMOOTH,
or allY other type of cut along the sides of the: street" well thrift cooker with raisable unit. Come in

Today There Are Far More Slaves Than Free building call on us this week We hope the citizen? Corned easy-to-get beef meals hash RESPONSIVE HEAT! and sec this really new electric range.

Men in the World. Whether We Shall Remaina will follow the example of the, I ,
City Dads god have the weeds beef stev.. Brunswick I in
Free People Depends Upon Our Wise and Telechron Oven Timing (loci
McMURTRY cut on their vacant lots stew chili .
Courageous Action to Retain Our Liberties I :>gt. app >hHmt'rican \\*
Vienna Instant-Heat Unit 2 Outlets
I sausages Appliance As Little As
II '.\ In f'nuih'

i I Use Your Bonk Champion of Your Liberties. BUILDERSKeystone Most of iu usually think >f potted moat tops in Super-speed when you .3 Big Storage Drawers
need It-Intense heat
i I Alaska in termof Eskimo*, i u- g' >oJne- ir. j c.n.m: : 5/0.00/

I Heights Fla. and snow but apparently it must fast starting and rapid Range-top Cooking Timer

I 1t get hot at times there too At LYKES BROS Inc boiling.
Per Month
t ESTIMATES least L at's the impression we: ...J! f tt b f 'IIilJRi

set from a clipping s->nt > '.L?

FLORIDA BANK CHEERFULLY GIVEN fr'>nan Alaskan new span>*" ""'..
o rag hoarSgt Billy 53PMr :') >*:
if and MrJ. S 3.lp.1,10'.
: 3331
1 t6eryeMOt UloriJa i/alionat thelped rig up i :r.jTAO'ioiling -
n rou. KEYSTONE 2431 ,
NIGHT system fa'h j r
theatre at the Alaska ">she ; -- An-r> 222-221: : Temple \+ e. I' S, :.101} Starke. Fla. Phone lab

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The .1r:.d-: said.i: tr.Jt"\';"

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SAUCER-LIKE SHAPEOF ry19 hyAY r Ry 56 Delegates Confab CANNING TIPS |

KINGSLEY CAUSES ivf. r Y > ;. I :r i.,.-. I'.0)i .i a I' FOR LATE SUMMER

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m in Taiihas.M-e!! t'l.s

STRANGE ACOUSTICSBut 1: ,-".-. <.: "Attending,":!.1 J h. P -from: t' inand hera- (QHCK.: SLICED 1 > 1CKLS i i

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> \ I Piomas

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Popular Lakes Still \: H"'n ofI W

r +
\ 'V '10 VV.'i;'! :

; :S. .
? 2-i dad B'1!
Unmatched For Sheer BeautyA

. ( ", "! ,1:,U l. :, '
lot of folks aj ?rat'fLlI! be round' : tA'$
i I' : v give Fr

for Kingsley Lake thev tntd; "Mam yent Ig. t'I' '1. I 'I t < : 1 ':il': ., p

summer days and f'tid smccde .
mounds were seen on ; \ I 11 ,I' 1

from the heat in its cooling waters side of the lake in the at '.1 n I' .. : t' K-' ..ut": ,':

without stopping to think that thick with summer i.siienifioni 1 't., Is I

this beautiful spot nas a historical'!' Starke Gainesville. ;: ,. '( 1 i,. :\ '> th .I- :

background as interesting aj that somille. and other citie'n: 1 ; ; "t i' '- ipa'i.

of any other Flon.j attraction (I| ,' ., ,
part of the state These n. .nI : th I '

According to the late H. E. shave I l lon since been flat "" i

Lagergren. a local naturalist who dawn I ; 'r< i I" '
i until they are imt 'tunp inl'i i'i '! /

wrote many articles l of historical recognizable. i.i s t 1"i A: s. .so ". .

interest for the Telegraph" dUringhIs i I F night m lallahas..,
I "Some distance south,.. t yY i'
lifetim ;. Kingsley Lake is one is & 8 members from! l\.'n
of the wonders of Florida. In the lake ( now on the Camp ni.<,<
an fir this
early eer' i r:;n-v;
article published in the !ing reservation) once stood a pi.u "hlo+ nld, .'"' "nu( :
Tilegrap:: ilu rUHI1I1I, | ( haul oi 1\\ I
1936 he Ion which was carved the flgw' 'f"VI ", % tl
in July wrote: j Ii1. ..
tu..l.m, .otltll f mi thi \. / \dl us l
"In remote ages it started ai j of a tran It was said that a riS 'I .\' s.litdt. ,,o, ,/:11':|| Shriver 1 ( t, .

'! Army paymaster: was mteirerjjtheie earlsettlern .
a sink hole which imut have been the Silu's' i-

of enormous depth as it has not but that before his capture vatts. and Stncklands nd| a s < In Pasadena

been filled by all the earth which II he buried his money near a brancrin he forced to cut holes Iii:1: : :i t

later through caving and, f'l'osion. the neighborhood. Years ago shoes to let the sind out hl'I' ',';, '" I"'l't t.i 1. am .

settled into it, leaving long slope? along Horse Hole branch could] b< 'vas it came in. (Editoi n, \' 1 d.th: of.1 I I. ,1.1'\\1- .;V qUIl', "I ee, ,' ., *:i te.is "'i i' !1. ii '
i i ; "r: '... .
; seen many excavations made: 1.1'' ,', ,.?' .,
by : d
nearly all around The lake i* Liipergreii probably dr.! "
: i : :!>6. on SnndiTu!\' 2.i: :, ,',,1"> \:11&1..11': 1 t.

near the summit if Trail laid I ;.?, I treasure hunters. Robert Keith : on his imagination for I t t'ui. !< '; t > 1.' \1, '1\11,1 Hoipu ;a; ups! boron lI.11': l. t t. 'Iln'. ,

an elevation of Un1 that be<>i"s< | a one time Starke justice of peace. Cut except for the slob '"I i I : i I. ( 'tin 1 pod !hot rrd pl'ppll; ; i i 1 ,! .
1.1 I It
in southern Georgia a1.i i terminates | speculated so much over tile oral: the southeast side of ( .V q I .. > .\ "J miilv! w is pnnni! I ,'asuoi't. itnanii, n ."
!';'ter. till at last he dreamed that the soil is if "
in the lakes d..t area around good nrnn! t t iH.Mrs Bradford
m ,
I the treasure was buried '11the mal. It rich ..ik cucum .'rs and II'. > ', ." ;' .
Keystone Heights. : is as t'vn' t'' t i
I n' Mr Sht'n' ,
and his
r '
"One of the periodical; canal! i north side of Black Creek near : feet down as it is OP i :' 'paiatelv I :> to 10( Ito 1: ". t t'I ." ,. ,,
'11 iii I ,1 large gener.i' I II! toe made tij dissoi.inu _
the lake. He went there and and salaman.ii'turned cup j ,f v ,.
carried gophers ',
through thi sec ll: *
surveys '
: : -1'1.i at Piooker For .alt in I.: irali'in: t r.hl 1 \at,1', iM.i>
tion in 1909 found that the lake made extensive excavation, but it over to that di'\">' 1 .' :' "Ii .
;11 I \i' Mr: Shnvir has v.iL ;Ada "111"11' cut; 01, "
surface is 170 above I found nothing but silica sand. .iid ': ".."t' l't"i''l'' .,, .
feet level 2' of "
sei "During the SO's th< i I. ;" r. i- .j l ir:iti uer of hotel cups eater to the m |i"

ten feet higher than the court "The saucer-like shape of the' west sides of the 1.ik.' i I >, r I. .s .\ng..s! He re. ..mLer Simnu' u.: ">.1 1,1 '11"i ; ln 'tit' Bail :Ma-nn 1ule. .1. tI

house lot in Stark -p.rd an en. I lake and its sloping hanks < oedby 'populous and the oran :; out .. !iii \\.I> living: in ; I I .. Do n't "ltJk until s.i.'i wi',' ; ''vlitii! a: '11'.1': { .s, ,. dot ,

gineer was stationed=l there for several circling wind currents furnish I Were many; there \\1 t .. i !, at the time +m t his death [Dram.ft -Distaid- ,i-o, .. ,d I 111 \I".. _WIP, Ball_ !1):1:1': I 'aps.

months to watch tie fluctuations acoustic phenomena which puzzle stores and two post "i I ,. On born in Beauf?, ,ut! S r

of the tvat?r. to determine newcomers. Noises can be herd the freezes during the !+M n> '< ,n' i I' r I services .1" ,. held III:

if the lake could furnish summit i from a long distance but sometimes -i f the tn t'and: the eaih f -ii' V I't Church '"i.. FI,,'.\ Il 1-i "Com; an/ Mea !:; en Short Notice

water for a lock canal. I I seem to come from a diree- moved away'Now the sn n'" : !l III i :: I'I .".t 1.1.1

"He measured the depth at; lion opposite the one in which ) are mostly deserted except lm : Park 1' !i- .j" i with Hcrxe-Canned Chicken '

many places but his ': -foo: long; : they actually originate. Sounds ing the summer months vvlui" n .- r' : b\ i -

lead line often failed: to find are also often curiously magnified people from Starke and elsevvhet' Ira R. cu, ... E K :" _

bottom. A jf J'2' feet has and distorted i Even the
depth : hogs which move out to enjoy pleasute l Uuril \\orl.J) liar II .aids". lik Calif >r4 .i '

been found ;; but this is probably used to run loose( in the! area which the fine body of water ;am''
1 barhe., \\Jiei- M>r\ne ini'n and
much short of the greatest depth ''have been kr.o.vr. *o run from the beautiful scenerat tot d
I ma r.) ,pliMs.ini hours. ,\I| present FHA Office
It Is: the head of the north forkof : tie! caller instead :f to him. dueI Only the cats stay the year anniu.i

Black Creek. I to thi- strange natu.al ventriloquism making a good living catchm- .saiull( >' lusi- Iran> think it imj' : By Foreign

"There is a legend that the: minnows flying squirrels and fensi program.:

lake was named for Zepiieniah L "Long ago ottI'S1"1'1..' plentiful salamanders."
ing dayThis did not affect the
Kingsley, an extensive 1.lantPf of: along the lake and they would 1
west side of the lake however : :r:: Kiilthoniikham .i i 1# (
St Johns County in 'he early: partof : sometimes swim in single tile resemb'r.g. Since Mr Lag'rg.'nTotE' the
continues to be more thickly : Itmskok TI'! i ::1 i ?
the last century because he, at a distance, a greatsea above Kingsley: Lake enjoyed itgrt'atest which I ( '
populated than ever with summer !; in the Staike H\
chased by Indians, swam en horseback serpent, frightening the un heydey. of course when I '. Mr Kultl.
I residents as well as an in ( I tK:

across itan impossible feat initiated. Flying squinels would the entire east side was taken creasing number who have built 1 !: >d with the P"I i i't t 1 1\V..

of course. Actually the lake had I enter the cottages at night and .. t
into the Camp Dlandir.g leseivation fine homes and enJoy living there Agriculture in his P i\- ) > u
not been named as late as 1831 busy themselvt! c'arryin oli h ;ht and in <' S 4 9,1
the year around. is i i >u III .
thousands of service t -
when Dd\'i.s Thomas, a govern aititles In the lIurmllth.!: .. !head t affording sponsor ,h.p i the Food Th. h yd
Many -eiuce men who (rained : !
meaturveur, sec ionaliz d[ (IIf the online .vunelint' 'ml; ", t.< men an ideal place tot .swim ( ni/ition/: for /. ,' .

around it. for he mentions i*. only sean. h I K his S
as an 'open lake' which ';),'ems tc lady mighr find some II tint in. diningVoiU1 War II tramI ; Kmgslev .ike and l tiequentiv .' : the buf.'ans ot luiiiii'1' ./ $fI? 's .

and iedit\ .im-i ::1' ,. ,
I T. B. Association S 1"i
Department dt t '
WMU Circle Notice : I L;i 'kI ii' put (j'i i' vour o"H i.. i 11!,.
@U; fitrfi1 nID: W rn't M j I Re-elects Leaders I nlen: : 'i'01'... u a,1t: t!I.I" I.
tn the Smke: unit Ali ,, .
.rvs All u Miles embers of the Bap 1 ',i1- s i !< t flit, I" Ne ,1 ., n'i
"''!Jh'; '''. '......' . r 'A .1. ; :, J" For New Year I ai'fompamed! ( 'Ii I Ii. i ,.' a ii.i'1! ,'! t i.:. DI, .i 'i, ,I.,
t.- .Ml'ate: invited to me. t '
: I : -I !' ', ( /ltI .f'; ;-I.i, 'so'! -.IY urn nil cxtl.t s ,I-,' ,u, 'I| n i I I"

roil S?\l.l. pit" : w' ,,' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTM '.I.n is :Mis K B Beard at her home Mrs .I| R irivTight was re- :: H"i .r -\.In.:1! i! : i l"tl.l i I Ill' )'(1U i-i'i V'IHii' t f inuiv an 1.1, ..;", I f,

I"tllto v nn 1.: V 'Mi ii n>''' ".11 Km seLake! Tuesday. Aug lutid" \ pie-ident, and Mi'*; J. R. \ \ t :;: ; the fan"t.I'1: \\', i ..:.ected! treat any !time i' fill i i. .. : 1, ,,
I''a 1 ,ItH.: \\iil.li. "IJ' 1 1KOIJ Lulu. fit tin ? ii* .1":e u .ii' : II
i ;
.". The program: will begin at K'te! s"'I't't'II\-ln'asul'l'l' at a ( : puipo! 1'i&u.! ; j ji' "n I.i j t I .' ,,

SAM: :NH..I y"IILUI'me ()I' VLL KINDS I meeting of the Bradford County.Tubetrul.Isi ;: the tei hmiue-| used b\ :.11 i I.i', 1..1 i l I".j l 't Pali ,. '.'''' .: ._

sft-il Hani IIIIIK"1...vi .'r.inP. RENOI" TED 10:0::; a.m followed by a covered ; and Health A-socia-j I i in making a siipeivi-ed, \'mi n"y i I'.lIl i'''in i "i it4" : ctl' ::. ,1' 'lilt.;; t
.'n"acnl.i It.ilna A. i.rtifieilSoilthl.uul !
dish luncheon at noon. loan to, a farmer u I. liotii'V. Tle houc'l. i? d IIlIal' ni mi; < .I
tion held Legion
11.11 herd l ling early I Monday night in the -
lu'fore prlres) "UI'| S>'r-il drying ... ,- of Florida. The lonr takes a little mine tm u'; ,: I I' 'llln:s |1'I.i. It 1.1 t I es r
I ". hall.Officials.
& ilranini; -/. \\'. ilamiltoMroukcr -. {}! 1I- i< ;- : 1 con: .. :'iH chicken! '. .
....L..lfri. I Kulthongknam observed II i is ir ie '1 iji; r at I' al'i : tiniti
Kl.i. of the State Board of !
tfK < I '
I J. was for the I! fl j in i ;t'. i- t'I i I.i fur, m Itt t i 1"O ('HI 'I li'l! < tI

(Ill I'K.NT: -I'urni.sheil ap.irlincuts !| '! .\il.linlIa'hint.: ... and Portable Health together with Jack Tra- i> : cattle and the purpose' e, a I i 1'1 t f't1 sa.i viciie- "i "i I I,. il, :drool i 81-.t' fi" .'VI

:3 r'mIal! h., .lId..1 l sleepini rrnXITVHE typewriters sold on time.-Brad- i l Iwick, county sanitarian. and Mrs i! i" '01 l nn d..Il'f: i, 011-1 1 id to 01" V ,i ::1 i done t1.'I .
parch Applv 42i' South St of permanent t 1.11"
Tin'k'" .\iiio ',.f-. .'. a.ur. I KeuphoNtered aiid onl"oiintv. T'lf''ral'h'tHI"I ;, E. MrKnight county nurse appeared i pa-t 1'"i CI'I: ('I rh" vv i bout In. n. ;n Ut at jn "I' rk lit'V" I.II" i I. "
waq \ 1"I'i
i l before the board and told I, t 4 ni :, i"j "I! Wa'' --I Ii, .I 11! "'i .1.", I T aI'rth '
KOI: SAM:--MI: : '*. ,.VMMM.. jm.-v. I in the workingoi tin: .
: 'I'll1'.1: \11 : survey1 b'vhiii HI'. '
of the combined health I : J pujji 'r and sit :'. "s il' t te "I'm'i ,
Vali-ncla oranges $1.5i) lm ai VTTRKSS: CO. i I In ti in-ill ( ....rt. II n:a.1furil t'ciiuly, which deals with direct
farm tiling container'n: salts! : I I'lorifln : In biinrrrf consisting of two trailer, staffed ': I plump hens at 10 pounds! )press;ilt I nun"s at 1 111 '. inn.- eI
Snnilav War railroad tf .- Rut 23() 1'alatka Fla.LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. li'n'unn I K. tliiitin t'l.iinlill. \ sVI b5tat.: ., Board doing; reedit to Ameiu-an ; until they are c"'>ked thru IKh bra:: I is i- 11.1' i i irk n,'
\1' JfliM'i" Johnson! (1'iilmni: : Iug.: : .rrt 4' llnilin' 1 '.'frndauleasy | personnel j and from heit. Iv will at-
n >t tender Cook ng time depcl.doon | 1 If ,. u.., I .
( I
011111't i I'n! -< ;j \" 92.6S.YHee ; chest x-rays and blood tests These I
I To Vp|>rir. ''I I II 3weekshoit .i.rse i m ;; age and, ->ze of lulls ; '.n i \ i in It', If'.:' ..,.
"'nl: IlKXT:': .-Purnishi-il room forman I..::1' J. n nnon. ..In.II T> M.irtt.iiit: : i'. Hardin.h"!',, tests are screened to detect possible Eeonomi s it I t th.. '!flutes is alini.' averane. Fill. I ,I1 'nk i n! l". I I' .IILd".t Vof
& v\ife Co',kiug ficiliti'st : \ '\ IH.IlH it "..njnin tad) itlili's i- I'nknownVim : cases of tuberculosis: anemia of .
Arkansas. \.i In of anl .
ml south of FlirKi on T51 liiileai > ( \ rn.r.M iI4)(. an Iw..hn..Ufit.'d that a n out I.IIIK .r put rvu'where i ; '
ii ht-r J.ak.> -I'hI" E: ,, 11.1:> suit for diabetes and svphihThe survey ': this course he will spend broth IA ::11!! l! art i \ i 'iiinl| .! i i iI i

lames ?M> t I I l\\f I'alalka Oak l rnrh:>ai-.. V.ctne.day I >i\'oroi'ilits is to be countywide and is brought i| at th. r."lIi3iana'' t>! e sharp knife '" c :' 1'\' I it-, 7". ii ai il j
Thundal I tern filed against in thetl..ve
'IE\-I I found th> moit.-iii x\.i\ I naniHil Court and you iause and ; to Bradford County bv the Bradford : stud: -i:.: ,Ig II' HI! f urn !hone ; then cut 9.a> ', : route, ,I' I I''ii' "I, '11

t" Ket-i, floor. iiirnilui- t'ood- l'I:( T.l'T! \\1\ It >t'IUTIES: yon are r"'llIir"ltn| -erve a copy of I County Health Department md''I i 11! t nice''> '', ;a,id pbl.in\ e.:. :r 'I!' BII: II-I .: a' "
\\.nk and liin.1 HIM mat ami fri-sli F Irrpnof I'r >' .-,'t -.Minty Box :|' your an-wir i'r pb'ading to thecoutplaint
I I.klll nil the time I '!-.I t"'.tutifuI.trgr 1 heavy) duty steel'box ',: on th.Plaintiff'!- I in cooperation' with the Bradford j I Thailand u ,. ,, \Ia'; ."' .bl'" I Leave .1'.V K..I ;:. .t I ,.. .
\STI.KOTi: Ti.i-otrr'It .'in.h | liJ:!*> plus tax. Bradford .\ttnri.. v 'Hi: u'. \\.idi| & ('htndb County T. B. Assn. and commumtv ,: : then is sup "I i i- I" A.I,i t t. ,'" ,. vth \ :.. .-

.11 \o'arlli.I"", .- X: .\ut.. Supil -. County Telegraph tf'I I r. I'm: 1.1 I 1:11', Id III g'. (;laitic-villf, !' 'i \ .' I !''('tiltII'aF! n'I'ul.S1'i' < \11'I'! :Next skim, tl" I -. i li'i' I ,
Ii tv leaders .
\ Xu .
| more >i-ruli mil rub fmin. FI"oI:1. | .
.. .. i ,. 1 :.!I' ;11' broth in 1\| .' I TM. '. I! '
and f "
lust Tljsi-Ki mt :.1ovv : thr- -t <,n'i.tl in the off ii'e of The will condiit th" I" "
traib'r: 'n
''' \'I.\'I.\ I.vrjnR : EWI'lI.1'hln. : : com-I the 'It.rh..f l I". 1',1', 'lit ( 'mill on i _._.- k.tu.. >, r t .' 'Vr.. ,.* :.n'.. it. .* ,li.. ,I.,,. ..,..
I. Ik. "'itKla Phone ,
panv, : or h..f..r.' the tests in Lavvtey Hampton Ho"k -- --
> v \\ r:" 11.1': vi 'mvssoi will repair, your mi.,'hm* in tip I 11 tli .!.11 ..f Vn ust I I"i:,.' Starke Reno and Lm! 'In ("i> \
I top i '""I'n.; reis >nal,le We'use ,. er
\1'1: vioui :! Oth'Mlis 110.) ail, K:I'l Mis ,.f '.ud| | o
S. I II! pr..f.tal.Ir| out" supplies' I..nil...sI i (only Keiiuin. Singer parts. > C..n1p| t II' u.li' i.Ih.'n .i-- .! s. p'ibitv! for this project .- t" t'thid1 le Your Hcms-C rmd Peer
Our s riii'" r irs will pu-k up and '
I h '.i.l I I. s. i>\1. itruat I applian-t.| delivery servii'e : 'dIy 11 u. | ; nn bv Rep n"1 'j. K I'( ;
sp:.' tint ,Roods 1 ,-t,'. upon( request Th) II'a.' < vh.ill l.., pulillsh.! .
I ti., I oiei' :'inii i.\> IK-IS (1f w.'st'MiAut :New Sir.gt. nia"-lun s. arc availjililc : .noe pat-h v\'.-..k fur f nir cons utueeK nwith\ :virs Glenn I"IA: i' vas \ A -s .. f e

,\'..oi.lite Stores .\n i .11', ,'..illiiiilalize >n ro''n.I'.I.l li- -rnisSVW I, :, in tie! Itrtillord\ County Telegraph ''v.r- H. \\. U':ire a., '',-, lm" v-i: ,. <. /-i. .s-'f r -> i < 4 j Frizes
onMrrn o f I- TIIK (u'I>iKT-M\I'lU: : : f.i I
l d'
'I 1''ni ule. i onsiHiier ai i"rpt.tn.'" f.... trt'i/ I-'ntrr iV'-.l \\r-ddiii! InLI 1',1 tin-" '.I!, d..i\ of .1,11. 1'! '.J t t''oluntt'l'r lrork't'r MIX WITH GET CHILLED .
; '
\ ilin''Kunc Xn >-1(1'1 ,ten.M. r ,' .' .' (I(4'Fh'I11.I M'vl t. ,\. .1 I Th..in,.is for Starkt. will be M-s I H -
> f.n > mitt
ns !
I 11" "n r. s- '' '': :> NEW GROUPS
.... .. I'I!" 11 .f 'I. I'r., nit i i'i. -
.1.,1 train tlininuur.Ipltal urI
\\ i..u ,
| i| ..f $'. -'-.II n.....I'd \\ rit. I T"I..rr\lh> !v fit+l'i 11 Irll'1 i' 'ui'v, .t' I I'I I Cl I I -i I I I, nIt 1\ I ,6 r1 I,. Kitfur the t'iral i.i 1LWaite : Stare ?tars ia: Caul: Pace: U".1: I ?
71 I II: I' i.
'I.' f .1 inf..-Indt ion
and for I'-no: and l/iuoli: : : ; t Est
Right Csnnirg
\\ 1.1..11'I Tn "i.. 1'1.\ < oKi'K I IIMMOS mr.IRF.Di j jA
.I'HI: )I't :3rd trr'rl.I
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C.tv. Anne Humes lIt t
.........." t n.. 1..1.1.. i i \ '1ft...>. VII Mortrl.i -
Itravitnithlr rharerv cunrnnirnl WILL PAY CASH colored sihools B.i "re t: u tlt'... fir/'
I I II'TFinnish: ,.il .UMT'IH..tif i ('U V ". f'. sKIMIiilllj : ( "Iii" r. i ttm
1\. n,' s.'hurl .\dnlts :Mrs \ F j 7H1: \\'. Call *t. ..IIIr...- I'h. :'11I \ 1 Watch the newspaper. and po.:t. .( f" ,.. ....
s ml M"i M.':M!:ihoii St rh.n. For Saw
isVV .' ,.'... I I IF'MI i\UVi.K; I'.l'N. : \ |1.1"I' rex: ,' Logs er. in store windows for schedule l : a' .! ,
-- 2 ,lu'dr i uns ni >d,-rn til. lull. .
AM) < and dat'. of this : r
) suivev
SMJ-*-Cities S.-riii-e Station 'I ii -itril h-"nt'ni: ur rooted\ | Kvn\ .
Mated 1 .it Kir-ners :Mirket: Knlli j I Ihul ; fit iu.hrd| ra.rpt: | 1 I. in....slaving s .' I.J. ,! dr
...iii'mifd. Will s,.II r.'asoii.ilile I'nff Itn pantryr% tare. ,'I"1'1'1,. C of C To Meet ,. .' If"
(','lonl.\1 Fbtrtsttt.t SI. I"i >".. Post Card Will IJrinsr MeT .
)I.r.ll; s-itK--S'1'! 'h' n..ei'. '...rf....i !t I' j" ,''I" . ... ,'
....ndm..n If for'i 1',...1"1':11"1' See l'ott.i 1! A meeting of the Chamber of y 11'1''J.i la_.... "
t....? -..1' <":>sh $:-1! One twi'i Ll ST-lr! ..\\ 11 n'.ue l',.\er d,,!:. i I r -, '"
1' Commerce will be held at 1 ; 1. : ') ',
; Mel wivlitiig lll.l.'hme *Mi rnr' ; \!->" i 1' n i" .'
.. h i'-I I... .., 1thF e: Kr'tz: P'eise ntin II '. I'.L.WI D. B. 'Dick' Thomas ,,., a r -" ,: r : !: !.':
Wednesday. Aug 6. in the office
IV>X "i: \4 T ill I .'6-.I '

.r S \I K;- i-c.ft v.,a.-i !-......- LavteFla.. I II R !derrick president announc- DON'TGET to'J '.( :.. ,,,: ,', ..r .. ,,
,'h-, rol.-t sed in St.fli>(\ I'i:! i I jWWTKO I { ; IFNT.t' tc '' r .j" w l
:V del .'''o'orie' -fricer' '"r !', Km '-lel I ..ik-. f.r ." ,':' 'll I' :\t'stt'rdoiy. OVERTIRED/ .' ..r. ;- r .' .:, ""I' ,.j.. ; .. ;

and 112 deluxe model XnrKf ele.tn. .-- i Auar"1 i'..nt.t-r !Uridfot ,1 1 a.f. I. ''If" ,.,;. ,:
.' saner. In.-luded in 4 room j 1 tV Tei-; {' |'''' I "'" : .
.. ." .\ ,.it f .'
fiirr't'ire ..h| 4 iiv-otHs old ,. 1(" -
..tl tl "n.) M's (' l" ratline IIry i Knitl.r-J'r i rt '..'r1 i'I i .... ; r" ." pan" '
"ills: -ike "".|t;n.> it Pir."' 1 'h- !Io..-I i' ...... ..... I.. SEKVICK 1 ., ". .. .. '';
,--, r: ':.. .'''" ..' '" I"<,,,'i.," ,. 11\1\' M r.1.n s.. 1" < K \IVINKLERELEC TRIC p .bf..aJ .it. "' d I. r. .: I m' a'.r i
I '... \\" ''' \'k.. .,1 II : ,; .., .' J" W::. ,J. a i.{ ,'' J )tit, '.r ;.f' rS
.T,. .. '.... .nrl,., I" ., ',-- Y.q ,, "
j.p 1 : i 1.10- o. .f.r. -ne >d | Y'a: t I t : -('. ,j ..
"nd 'rosh dlin ,'ork T T. fi: <- j '
rt. 4 mi'.I. -..t of turn on : |MVU \ 01" p KVtl'S r.' ""<" JH. .1 '! .' ... ..
1 w .......11. P. ..I l>Usi"l !'a 'nre'l t >.i vv ZENITHRADIO r- i' OW( f ,:al s.t..!. l r : '--

Starke v" T I.. .. T'ltl-r .t .. ''., .. t' .. .. ", '. ,.tll. '..,,.. '
For: Il !lr..r. ""II. oli I""thi, itriss l P. o''If ii i it ,
.... *" R ,K \ j" J. err. 'I'pfullj' l aiA NuMrr *-
- 1M,. V..rr..1 Iti'llffKOI' .n: SVTR Vi.mitl M 'f "... : 1 P .,e I. ..1 j .... .. .;. .
,. : .. .
t. t r :i \ *:1.'i ,. ..
\T.f'.1; .. ,,x-.. ,-,., .- p.:........ f : Ij. r. ; r .',01! T t .' Put hot pUll >Ir.' '
.">">m "',..','rol h >me in Knife-; ] *-'-1 v:0 ;!n\k..r ... i and A'"> '- ,r' ,. r. 0"f ,re the Mason Jars and co. ."'

T .! (. T".ln| .... Vl .ipi'e f >r hl | rt 21; BUT DO .J'- : ), .' u'= mz ITDP in which' ,

offer See r I 1.din. 1KOR "> Sales ;> : I I'f ;,"ar '1 Half! and finish! heated. Ran knife ht't '
11'AN"Fi1-li--r wh : TelevisionPhone tit KEEP CLEAH .
:':!IiI, '-. ., *
-- ot 'if another pear. and Jsr to move a t II
SMF-: '''v Sity.'rr'o' 'idi 2..1 h.o.'"- I'l.l 11 u "h' u
. II l Turn riirht cmt'K s nth .'.' 'tiree '>uldrH" "; .. 11'- 1 I and Scrrice 'il ;,' -: area fruit info weak Add mart sirup if net d.! :iIlse
..-t r.-.d 't "t l U.IP: .*-n 1:1':11! 'n I *-e 'r \ir' ., :> '' ""1'.1 1 1I 1 ,. .. ; I : 2(21: + I 1 I I I''': I 1 111 i '. I'1 > i i j .af.)::>" itons salt to 1 fruit Adjust Ball DO-I:..ecoH < .
f'"rm..r"Iuk..t.. third w'>;' |I H ur.iI' 'n, Fri "n -.eee---nnee __ .
'"i I there u enough to direction <>
h.nise tin Seven-year-old Karen Blecha enacts 1952 polio precautions: > ng

FOR \f.F.---4)n" nnrebrai Ane" :224 X. Temple A\e. (Phone 166 recommended by the =National: Foundation for Infantile: ?ar.u.- :>..'> f. : "f 4 jar Then take Process pints and qot'Ahen

LIST-Bay's>tern them bi"'l' bull Ra.si>rhh! pr'oed e" ...1bliwl \ polio is around the =National; Foundation cautions parent- ars <> j' .j'" the salt 'wa1ter, rinse utes in a boiling wat-1

near irl'dnt lliwu.v Breamwas IM at Rf''ston"lr pu'IrAd- I Ansru hit Brahman Rr.'di"C"bull > -Or'i..'-' .. : STAKKE. I FLORIDA to watch for these signs: headache; fever sore throat, upset:> stoir. a:, i IIp! into boiling hot sirup ner; it takes a little lot _" of

i.""t;; pate Please return' to rand: hr..edini: quality r ,r.' :ach tenderness and stiffness of neck :and bick. A person show in ,1 i cup sugar to 2 or 3 cups alt its!del. Sea level .Yrsuch .+-

Stewart Jones, Keystone AlrpwkUp I Doyle Conner pI 1 -# ,,- symptoms should be put to bed at once, away from other- *i'->n.) Cook until! pears are boil- top. home-canned pea? ) ..

':1 Then call your doctor and follow his advice. If polio is diagnosed :ni{ hot throughout. This takes 5 should be of a quality l. .. r
call your local 1 chapter of the March of Dunes for advice aaa
10 minutes. and
jr praises prices.
:assistance including needed financial help. __

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County Telegraph'

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Junior Baseball Program Batter -

Up! '

Trains Millions Of Boys

"Back in the 1920'a routim T' ,
i' : t 1-
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athletic survey disclosed a start i I ;I't! ir ,Ir.d i t'ie' uri.-nt ;;.-.}. / \

ling fact: American boys were SOT Is exfHit'-ii,! tn' b. the most ,
I ....
rapidly lowing interest ,c--
in baseball, "
F.-t::::! -t'\ "' 'cam.!!!,; .n

the sport we call our 'national ....! "1 .. .-'lit* (".'lIlPdltl'l1 t j b'

putime'. .
'"i! K'ot!'" :da L, gmn po-t t ,
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"To halt this alarming trend -Mother 122 :Midget
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away from the game some American F,, I fiiitivaie material f-u r
Legion; officials who felt ? '" sta-v also takes part

that the sport' was one of the s>'m- M.! isj-'t; ,gram
boLs of the American way of life,
decided to inaugurate a nation- .' 'i r 1-e State T'->urna- !
w Je junior baseball tournamentfor 'I'' pla ed at Wauchula '

youngsters under seventeen.' I L. :: !Mi I '- 1'ost Nine Cenerth'

Thus does Fred Miller, writingin ; ,I orlandd.; TallMha.--.'. vnd "E
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the + I"' the tate
current issue of "Suntime", .. ,., ('I''n ind
the new Florida weekly magazine ""i' on to capture the ret -
Describe the beginnings of a pro t \fI.1.i sectional titles. A.-
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gram that has meant much to the xk : I':: I. Champions the Jackson
k -
vouth of Starke as it has to boys \ played in the Juniors
;:" I It-; in
throughout the Nation- Detroit an 1
<;> i'; the fourth ranknu:
s ,
Next week Starke will have the .11. Nation
high honor of being host to the *
top Legion teams of Florida whenthe +4 : :tintmv" article Fred
State Tournament is played I I '- .Iut that Legion base ,,.
jff here beginning Tuesday The nut> only been in-stru
fart that Starke was selected: forth I I < ''n mlding' the charact.

honor is a tribute to the enterprise 1 T ot American boys, out
and enthusiasm! of the I.v E i' .i h.'come a great training:
'JIGIlIt *
cil Legion Po t and the cooperation i i organized baseball
of ; he 271
Starke merchants who says gradu

agreed to underwrite the expense +- IJdnFi: ; ;-, !II:rjr;. Baseball performed Vjf A
of the tournament in case bid: llr i leagues; and ann'at'!
weather interfered with gate receipts "''I} ? u red their livelihood:

A high compliment was paid to !i' i Rdsen, hard-hitting Cleve''

Starke earlier in the season by:I i'. i third-baseman was once a
Bill Hardaker of Lakeland, state I 0' ir for Harvey Seeds Post of Mi-

chairman of the Junior Baseball: I I 1'irtured a ?>\e i.. the routed State Champion\ lr! I'laqur which will lie presented I Bob llogue. Andy Hans' n.

pnogpa'm. Following hU inspection I II I thit dear to the winner of each of the 48 slate championship trams, plus the ainuintltramM Krancis Barrett U1titePlatt,
,I tour of Starke and the athletic -: from the District of Columbia and Hawaii in the .Xmerican I/egion Junior and Max Macon are othe'r Flot Ida
: facilities here Hardakt-r ., Legion players who've moved
commented up
liust'liul! program.; Fifty runner-up teamsill rerehe similar plaque| The plaque>
: 'You've got a wonderful to the big time.
I I are presented. hj the Ford l Iti i\isi i setupone of the best we'veever I 1
the tenth ummersary of its participation in legion Itasehull. Individual
had for a State Tournament." I II I' "So athe kids across the
I awards will In to all players on the state champion teams.
given .
Starke has been in the Legionbueball country don their spiked shoes
program for four sea. 'I keep :your Ices on Legion base
sorw and this year captured the This hummer mote than a million Motile Co. Fold dealers buy um ( July. the field will b1 cut to four ball." Miller advice "The nation
district title for the third time.|' .American boys are taking forms for the boys and help with sectional champions who'll play al champ may turn out to n** lh>

In 1950 its outstanding team also ;, part in the Junior/ program whichis other expenses of the program. I I for the national championship in Generals from Jacksonville, or the.
won the area title and placed co-sponsored nationally by the From the 16,500 teen-aged team* the Junior World Series at Denver, Flon.l.i: t tmi thits timid ,-nouZ::!'
third in the state. I American Legion and the Ford that enter tournament play in Colorado in early September to brat! tlll"l1"" '

New GI Bill Enacted To Provide Benefits For Korean War Veterans State Tournament Bradford Park

On July 16 President Truman veteran may tram in school or Other it-dl estate loans may: be is $676. The new unemployment i e

signed into law a new GI Bill college, on-lhe-job 01 on-thr-taim. ,i guaranteed tip to :>0 pel cent program will not take eftc. t until

f 3t veterans who served in the so long as the school
Armed Forces any place in the establishment has been approved. loans such a.(51. business loans The new bill contains important

world since the start of tile Korean Rates' for veterans in full-time may be guaranteed up to 50. percent deadlines that post-Korea veterans Dear 'Matthews:

conflict on June 27, 1950. i trainingschools and colleges are. with a $2,000 ceiling as to should keep in mind.! Educationand

I. The new law provides five benefits $110 per month, if they have no the guarantee i iVA's training must be started by ,[i wonderful I have live jiM weekin r.'tiu-neii Tallahas.irons ;i i iI Games Daily 1:30: And 8:30: P. M.

all designed to assist veteransIn dependents; $135 if one dependent direct loan program, now Aug' 20, 1951. or two years after see and I would like to thank al'
their return to civilian life. Included hand: $160 if more than one de- in effect for World War I release from active duty, whichever I the people of Starko who showed

are t-d'ication and training; 1: pendent. Top monthly amountsfor veterans, has been extended to in- '' comes later No training .I i(i their interest in the B II. S. band
guaranteed or insured loaM for on-tl'e-job trainers are $70 elude those who served since mar be given beyond either seven .''by I contributing to the five week Season Tickets $3.00
homes, farms and businesses; unemployment :,without dependents; $8;; with one Korea Under the program. VA years after discharge: or se\'pn. Music Camp fund.
compensation; mus-'dependent, and $105 with more may make loans directly tc years after the end of the current of the awardI
As the recipient
tering-out and but certain areas emergency whichever is later.
par job-finding than one. The maximums for veterans only in
Service Officer A. J. think it is the most worthwhile
hoj) on-the-farm trainees are S9.1.; $110.'where four per cent GI loan money Entitle Holder To All Games
The education and Thomas, Jr. stated yesterday that :: and educational experience any
training not available.
provisions is
.and $130 )
respectively. he has not yet received a full interpretation :I: high school musician could hopeto
allow a veteran one and a I The loan provisions of the new The new GI bill's unemployment I .
half days of training for each dayin ;.bill are similiar to Umse alreadyin compensation program provides. of the new GI bill, I acquire.I
service after the outbreak of effect Home loans be unemployed post-Korean veterans nor any forms for carrying out.I truly hope that the scholar-
may I On Sale At Local Stores
will be ever\
award presented
the its
Korean He
fighting- regardless of week, provisions. predicts thatit
'''guaranteed for up to 60 per cent with payments of $26 per up I
I where the service was performed .t, of he( loan, but the guaranteed to a total of 26 weeks The top will be at least 30 days beforehe year. I
-up to a maximum of 36 months. ''noportion may not er,-eed $7,500 amount that any veteran Can get veives this new material.
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I HINTS TO II ) That a piihlif hearing bei I fe!'sed i y \.(.u, 1 I

Average County i held ('ir the puipnse of r.....-HIIIK This nn.ce thai] -, OTITF 10 \PPF.lIl In tirruit I ourl. llradtord < ...at.. *O. ... .
lh.ipinhiin of inl..r..t..d I publishedonce 1 IB < irrult (Court. Ilradford County Honda: In ('haaitry. ; .M.I 1 ; i 1' Mat Kind :JOt f..t "ro'l. I'. -t nd! -
I'itrtl' .a'h week f.r f< ur ( ris t-<:uu\e Florida In C hanrrrv.sh |f- iradr"'d Count. t M t'htX.r'h, l\ Pi. ,

Resident Spends HOUSEWIVESSl'MMER c ordiname..n..rlling the adoption of an i i weekin the I'radf'rd *_'c tit\ Telegraph I 1. Y U'. I.r! Plainttf: vs 'ear.t\ '..I.d11 F \\oods.-t. odant. Plaintiff \ J jCae I Parcelo in I.at.nl Ditth I.-:{t ..n the- \\.. 'I 1\ the U ". _' -
r-iUirnu a > .
minimum < < Ji tT. Ij Han n. Jr Def.ndint .. I IMition ::::1 j.' ;j tI'aitl >1:011.;; >...II"n .:>. f."i the f'
I.a'k of Kighteen ( IS ) Inches from lt.ttt-d thi- lfh d.i% < July. ll'." N. *. :... X. '1. ,1. .1 Christian
ME :M'ECIAL the existing right of of I (OFFICIAL Case Ni. '2CjNotice Order Of "uMi..aU.nn'.. -T; it. ''I tll ;
way TtnipIcA.iitIt SKALi otirr
A J IV. The .
I 1 masi To ,Appear.T it part .f' I :-.ull.I. i i : ._ \ -
$511 AnnuallyEach i 11' S, 301) for all buildingsto i Clerk If the ""ircuit Ippenr; Mate of rtori.Iit To: .
I Court ,, J(.hn I H..rdin. Jr w hi.cr. .1. J \ Block :3.: Diwling lIlodl\\ talon the T >K u .
I.e 'on"tru..t..tI on land abutting: | I'y .Mai anti L < -cs\|. 1..II.y ( --rk] V..diwhoe residence and .
Lemon lime chiffon :
or pie is arappetizing .. I den e a'id addres- I j. \I'nkmwniu address. 1'iording to plat retordcd in I and I. C \\" i -
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aid T'nill.Aventi. ( !I'. t;. 101) in ii. j. \ K, T I I. ;Nt.rf..IkNaval ; .
!I TIS 4t Si rotified 1'lat Hook No 2. Page 14 Public a.-.t -
are hereby that a h -
finish! for a hotweathermeal. the City of Mark ;
person in Bradford Coun *; suit for A.r !Stai-n ... ..rf..lh \"lrKlI1la. I i.iord* .., iriadford Count}.. I 1:01: 'jlo:' : -
(21: That five oclock '
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Loads of lemons and limes onAugtist OTICf 10 \1'1: YI'U Florida 1"1'1'1
\It Divorce are rrtuiri-d to being a portion i-f \\ "-
ty had over $500 "burning a hole .. 1952. at the City Hall In fir.'nit (Court llrndford '. appear on ..f \\\" .
( .unt, has been filed against you in theabove August 11 of S lion -i. Tc.w nInji I' .
are now on the market Starke, Florida be and it 19.2. In the al.o\r .
coming is hereby nan.eil .
in his pocket" during the year 1950 fixed Florida: In ( h.lnirr; named Court and cause and Court and 6 South: Uange :: .1 t.I isf. \ 'I'" i ,. l"
as the time, the date and the cause wherein Plaintiff .
the U. S. Department of Agriculture where C J. I a\is. Plaintiff \<. Betty you are required to serve a copy tf seeks dixone. I'.ranciford t in that: part ..f th \\''--.tI I tt-- \\ -
according to figures ju' t publishedb place the City (.until will CoiinH' .
sajs. There will also be meet to receive opinion1 from interested IJeorge l>avi-. Defendant your answer or pleading tc the :Te-u graph shall publish this Order "t ..f aid In.'k!! :3 d. s, n..1 1 -. .
the Florida State Chamber of the PlaintiffAttorney in D< .d Hook 1" I f. -
> as* No. 9265 complaint on in next four weekly : I'ag4' t
plenty off eggs -another important -I of parties lonceming the I >tlr '.... ihin 1! f. ,.t Sot, h.-.' \ .... .
Commerce Each individual in adoption an ordinance imposing tppeir.To 111) .HI' iaI si-al ., ,
ingredient for Uus set back restrictions : Betty George Davis f the f..II"I\] I me: d.-"lh.rJ i lit. h -.. tVt ". '.
pie.Here's as statedaIiivc I whose % ]I-: '. .
the county had an effectual buy. resident v '" s; nn:i.f on I 11 i' \\ hh.
on buildings to be constructed is Morrisfield Missouri OFFICIAL. tSEAL) A J Thomas. i I II ..
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the IH .
ne .I i
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recipe j i in Sit- .. '
income of $511 to for on lands al.titling TempleAvenue and whose address is: <' Effie and file the original in the nffioeof p. i iI I. ;
spend n
ing i ::,'t1.: .
A. f- .
I I Clerk of .tld, | c', I ; Ninth f mill .
( 'urt -
'' T
of tl'. S h'orgijinx 9i the Clerk of the Circuit dun i-
Ingredients: 1 tablespoon 301 > in the City ofStarke Morrisfield Missouri in .
his personal needs and luxuries Floiida; I or before the Pv Mar'an L 'r.oLy. Deputy 1'I'rk. -I-ti. r t -.. d I :' 11.a I .1 vi "- .
gelatin for a firm filling or 2 'has j{. Ut- .' i-ihii' \ .-i..n Ii. i .. Ilh| :1' .\ .I'I
The total buying income for the You llth day cf August lJ-.2 : 114-11":; i.iici; int1. .'ii.' '
(3) That a copy of this resolutioi are hierchy nonfitd that a otherwise i the of Hldp ..... k.nvjllt'l.'t ida :: :'v \v' -t :' 41' (?, 1-: lit 1 ,
of fluffier allegation aid
teaspoons gelatin for a be published in the July :25thissue suit forDivorce 1 .
Me' .f
111.0. f.
county was 5979000. AU\s f..r I'lf] : -01' ,. r '
Complaint will be taken: as coifessed 7, n 4t 8/1 1''' -
I filling or for use with small eggs; of the Pradford IiiiaiityTei.g I I.:'.; 1.4. r. I St ,' -a 1\II LId SI
The effectual buying income raph. has been filed against In the by )'OiJ. ''r .f .
you -i ,1 )I"x:: i iII i ,c. \ f \ "
This notice shall be j 11.
1-4 cup cold water; 3 eggs sepa. IT .-\. Bixhnp. Jr. al'ove: named Court and published NOriCH ,.. "
determined by subtracting federal! cause and unit carla week for four consecutive TO .API-HUC \ s 'I'' 'iii.,, i.:.. : I.."- I. .11 ; vIS I- -
rated; 3-4 cup sugar.; 1-2 cup unstrained Chairman City Council you are required to serve a copy of weeks in the Bradford In Circuit Court Ilrni1fc.nl Ceo Mr, :''or I.- > I. ,. :: I I'., "
individual income tax from I.N
gros"income. Th. ahoy.and foregoing resolution your answer or pleading to the Klnrida In Chanrery. h ith' .
lemon or lime juice, 1-2 complaint Telegraph I i e. n.il j I l.'\ )' i I i x ". .. t.i
on the PlaintiffsAttorney Porman R. Hardin. Plaintiffs hg; <1 .
was unanimously adopted by Dated this !th day of July 1952 wf: q '10- \I l. -is S y1 ".inh .11'
had about teaspoon grated lemon or lime the i'itv Council of the Citv of Ray Selden. Selden (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Margaret C Hardm Defendant > ll.je. I T.. .lucluil -1, 1 'oil. .H I a. 110. .
County citizens only I : t 111 1'1\.r .f .
Building 4'ac ;Xii.; 92:!:.,. .. .
Stark.an tegular srv.ion on July Davtona Beach Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court I: II. \.ti-It..ii. .-. ,_ I .... H'L 11 "
rind 1-4 salt few I "" f .,
of the ; teaspoon ; a 1". l': ",:!. and fibthe original 1 > oilo To -.tppenr.Ti. i '.. '111 '
half the the
buying power in offi..f'I..r i f'j' Marian, L 4'ri-i-t'y. Diputy Clerk .. II'II..n I.x.s, ... I u I 1.1\: ... d i '-I .4' \
: .
I' at-
the Marg.mt Hardm "h", .
state's other average citizens, drops of green coloring for limf 7 J -Jt-x: I or before Clerk the of the Circuit Court j 7.ii 4t t IOTICF. i ro..al..n and address.. I'nknown I; ,'" ;t :: T s ,lei.oi' il. .1! n I I.. ._ JutU( :Ml 1 I. t-t X. .' ,
I"n ''inent L ., 'r.I .f s.i.! I
pie; a 9-inch baked pastry shellor Hth I You are h..eb notified that !k.t .:. pM: I', ,I' .11.), It > .
basis day of > a .
state-wide ii
however On a \ ''Tin: TO \ri'i\it \UguFt. 1952; i.I d irt-. ..f I 'i ,ii 1..t-.i si \ -cm. it-! i.'
1"\ "t-
a graham cracker-shell otherwise the allegations of aid To APPHinIn suit for : ''-i' ;' I : \\ est ;' 41 I .. -
ITo Circuit ourt. llrndforc (Count OrI'J'" r. .Itaii. .
each person had $1,131 to spend n Complaint will l.ttal.t'n a'Ofl Clrruit Court, Ilradford Countj. 1'1.rr. j i I ..t: i : u Hi I-.t> rl"k 1 '\. i 'rani ,. a'
Ir'loriil.is In ( lianerr v\-i .
during 1950. make: Sprinkle gelatin on fessed bj Vou. Florida ; In rhaniTry. | has been filed against M.II' in the ro".d t ", d. |I'J, 5.!1 .I..I I N. 'I s Ih'I' -
water and soak few minutes. Ruby Louie, Plaintiff.'S.. Annie This notice shall be James Ci.rbMt Smallev Plaintiffs :1"nam..d Court and tails.and 'i a :\ ansi' i aid I 1' s .XVll
the county a published : 1 I',Ige I | 1 .
By stepping over Louie Defendant \ ,
('II are d to of II"
requiri serve a iop> .1
once each week for four \ AI.I..I Marie J-niallev Defendant ids. \ t.a.n'.ait. C : '
< emse utive I ]I"- ..I.t| .1, '. '.
Put Beat egg yolks slightly, .and add Cat, Xo t.'TlAnllre ; I your answer or pleading to the M 1'1.1.1 (
line into either Alathua or To \pprnr. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Case Xo S -'till complaint on the PUiitiff i 1'.lr..1 i \,. 'MI. . ,h !Ii ,II I I- I 1\ 'l.d I I:% [ u\\
half the and the lemon or Nfitlffe To"p..r.. I ITo Stat : .. ,..d 1 t. D ." I
Bradfordite sugar II. I "t i \I
Countfe Mr. Ivouie ; i I'4 .
ham To; u-fhie whose rt-M- Attorney. 5ra\. \Naldo A. Chaneller. : 1'r"I A.TI'U
Hated tins Hth d.i> <.r Julv' 1 Iii2. : Anna Mai le Smalley. whose j ;\;.. : s-S >- "i. t T.. M, I
lime and rind. Cook dence and address isIlouie: I. Baird Uuiiding .. ilh-
shoulders with juice over (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas. residen taid address :1111"\
rub personf'spending is: 107 Albert I ,
can f I : 4' Ll "1.-1 I ," .1 1 :i I -
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North .
Carolina.You ,
Lexington Clerk of the (',. Florida. 1 P t .f 1" : "> ", d.!.1.S .
I'r""jt .urt'I iv.nu.Syracuse New York I. ag ,
boiling water stirring constantly 01..1 1 in :M -
of $1,064 s ll I.-d I. L. I .J.,
an average are hereby notified that a IU M.u'i.in I. Cr..s I.y. i-putv i 1.rhOThCii I and file the original in the offi.-! ofthe 1 us .. .
The ave. until thick. Add softened gelatinto suit for 'I You are hereby notified that a Clerk of tIt' (IK nit I'.un on 1 "mine'n> t i.ii M \\ I LII' : -Ii. pt '' 1 II I-
and $1055 respectively I cult for i or before the 1 i, "hri'llan !Oil. ,, t d 1 inn >
citizen could the hot egg mixture; stir until Divorce :\ TO .A 1'1'1'Ie Divorce custrdy and control if .
rage Baker County 11th da\' < f .Autrii-t. l'S.otherwise i-e "I< the s""i i 10 .. X S. I .! I.. a'
h has been filed against you in the j j I In Circuit Court, llrailfi.nl runt minor children ,i 1 I" i.t'I""I .
dissolved. Mix in the coloring for the allec-itions { -,.iniComplaint ; III', u. i I ltdI tI.
his counter d.
Fpend $52 more than above nam< d Court and cause and I'lorlcla ; In ( hnnrrrr.Walter has been filed against you in the i will > e tak n a confess. : >''"111 I lin.i ." i ., s ... -i'4' S I llsh ..t I
part in Bradford.On l lime pie. Cool until thick but not vou are required to serve a copy of .A. .l'lt-kt-n" lr rilintiffs above named Court and cause and :d bou.. '' ''I' f"l I." II' t j XX S. i

residents in set. Add salt to egg whites and your answer or pleading to the \' I-arrl' itilt.M r>u-kens. I lufendant I you are required to serve a copy of This notice shall tie punched t 1-i.ii-. ....111.. .. \\ mi .,,Kv ,. . ..1\\\
hand .d.-
the other complaint on the Plaintiff! sttornev ( a'i, !M25: your an..r..r pleading to the (once each week fir four cinitne ml >oiuh i 1" i I-. i \ ,,.I .
beat until stiff. Add rest of \ '. T. Fiaik \..ile To .Appenr.To -| .
only sugar Landium complaint on the PlahtiffsAttt'rn.y.
Clay County could spend weeks In the Bndford County Telegraph Net : t then. -"'. 'h I, ]L' rht d. I -i-' '' Iiiii
and slowly beating constantly. Then tark. Florida : "r.ll: "le-tlne M lii' kens. hose !!.I T. Frank Landrum, i tin, apprin" u t. |liii. ,I. I \ Ct'' I
the personsin I
$481 during year and file the original in the off u e of irsicletlit- :rid .tddlc-ss ii- ] :!-, :\Moore Starke Florida I'Att-cl thKth clay if Jill' lf'.J! pient t ,11> M L. t. ., ., ii'S p _

Union County had only $403. blend) with the cooled gelatin mixture the Clerk of the Cinuit Court on... Street, :s.infold Ninth Caiolina j'and I file the original in the office (.f'the (OFFICIAL SEALA. J Thon. I iH J du'. ti".n ..1 ".", SI| q'Jlr., .v 1 I' Ih.1 I I' ..1h' '

Pour into the shell and or before the You Clerk of the Circuit Court en, Clerk <.f The Circuit Cour' nnitH .'111.,1., ] ,,,, '
notified .
Holmes County in the far western pie are hereby that a i piclil. -, i I \ MMB t I I I',
lSth da.v of .\upu!-t. 1952.otheiwise : ; suit for .I.r before the :It\" :Mari.cn I. 4 1". -I.y. I "-|>ut>' .1.! rk .'h ".i.:: f. . ,, T ti- I -
:N > ,
part of the state had the lowest chill. Keep cold until served. the allegations of said I ti i\ciie. care and c ustc dy cf :i I lila day <>f August 1952; il14t'1 1 l-"' .. (.-. t t. ,r' : :'''''"'-' .: .1,it t t" ll'il i it.I. \I'

Graham-cracker which Complaint will be taken as confessed mini.r >hildren otherwise the allegations of aid a 'ii. I IMIIK '.' ,
individual purchasing power. shell requires I I I n I. i x : stark" --'S. ,,,1\\ L I\
by you has been filed against yOU in the ICompUint will te tak-n as confefcsd In 'the Irrult C''flrf or Tbr Kleti 1i.liichrlnl i "Floiida, in' :M\ .1 i \ \\ i !I"- .' /OJ'I"C

It's citizens had only $277 tcspt'nd no baking and is easy tc I This not ire shall he published above named Court and cause and |I *- This by you. I i I ('Ire'nit llriclfarcl ('ou."'. I. :""'.lion 2i. 'I'I!, x,('|11111] | .1 I. d I '', i : I I. .I '. 'r 1.

the ear. make is a good choice for thiF once each week for four ionseiiitlveweeks you are required to sere a copy of notice shall DC publishedonce I'loriiln. IJI,T > .. ;!'.*VX Itange: :22 Fist I" '" f.-.t'h'-. tn'n i
during > each week for four '
in the I.a.U..rd County Telegraph your answer or pleading to the consecutive Bratir..rdIny.. a politn.il, subISH.I lying within 7 l.. i \;", -iu) -fih) ,'t ', I 11. .l I I. \\ .IX ,!
Florida's "big spenders" live in summer pie. Ingredients: 151 complaint (.n the Plant if fi" graph.l'atd weeks. m the Bradford County Tele- '. .11'\ c.f tiaState if J-1..i! ida. ,', and :'.: ft.et Son i lit .t st. 11\ t Ih.| fi |I. ..ii d'I h. .f : 1 v p .t l

graham crackers; 1-3 cup melted Kattd this icth day if Julv. 1 9.:!! Atturn.y. T_ Frank Uindrum, IVtltioner \s K .1 \loulmi:. .-t :al lowing dis,-rib. il. d",10, I, -it, ,1.! ,. I" ,. of. s,t.t. d :\,, _III
the heart of the tourist country (O1FHI\I. 1'\1. .\. J. 'I "...nl". Starke. Florida I this 10th day of July H*52. it-fi ndai ts I" ginning on tin \\ |liii-, ..I, "' .it -I I I "II t t\ I ..,. .t' d|

where the rest of the country's table fat ; 1-3 cup sugar. To make: ( lerk of the ireiill. Court. and file the original in the office of ,.- OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ;NOTICE; OF nrr.K NISI I I t'hiistian Strt"11 .it .1 'p' 'I ::n | ,. : ..t... I he' .1 I !mil- :;i.. i .

Roll crackers fine. Mix wit'i otheringrt'dients. B!)' :'>fa..iall I.. Crosln.. Deputx t'leik I the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court 011.1 I Clerk ef the Circuit. Court. I Notice Of Kmlnent: Domain I..d-I f..t North of the S..iitli-.i-.' ,...111. r > '" II till" 1 t' L I tail! I, .,1 I It

"big spenders" hang out. State 7 Ii HS or before the I I Hy Marian L Cnvij', Deputy Clerk | I lag: .4id Block :!, D..W In,. Dublin 1' .' I 1"1"11.1 l u ;he. S d| .

leaders are HendT}', $1,853; Turn into pie pan llth day of August, 1952:!; 'i 7/11 It M | In the name and by the authority ;I sion i thence run Si.uili 7 4" :4--: ..r l .1.i i I. A.I' 1- .: :2! .... 1 i

and pat into a solid smooth sht'I1.1 :oriCK: 10 .UMMMU otherwise the allegations; of aid !I If thf. State' (.f Florida. Wtst :S44 7l (i-.t to the 1-:,, -: liio- ,.f th. if' noon 'I t,i t- i f m i .
Pmellas $1,441; Dade $1,385; In Circuit Court, lirnclfnrcl <'citinM, Complaint will be: taken as lonfets-;; !I In Circuit ourt. nraafrd Countf, TO ALLIIOM IT MAY CON- ( hang.Street at a point 12604 f..t < '..11'1 h.'lMll,I "'"".| .

Volusia $1.3al and Orange seeks Annulment Florid : In Cha.""1'''. .td by you.This I Ilorida ; In (hnncery. I CKKV AND to all IIcri.niand part.ic I N'"Ih >'f Southwtst ..,,..lIrr ..f *aicl I 1\ a-- HollM ., 'I I |o "\1 ll II.! I

rtradford County Telegraph shall John 1' M Mart'-luek; | I'lamiiffs. notice fhall te Jlut.1ifhfod ]]i Kay Van Brown. Plaintiff. n. Clyde ; s having c.r rlaiming any right I.lock 3, Dotvling SulHlivision "11 I i.t.t.| a n-ada r -.' d t '. la i'.uI .
1273. Margant 1'I.irt.lii''k. ItefendmtCase once each week for four con ecutneweek ;, title estate taming .('I I .
publish this Order in the next fourwf'.klv I Iterate frown. Ihft-'l\lant. |I II interest mortgage or acre, m. ,.r It ss T..I I. 'i_ app.'>' > 'I'r.lhl"I still
Xo :'I.70oloe :! *? in the fradford County Tele 'tithe r lien to thnse 'rtam N o" tied : .
i tuefi; ,> To I I I Cave Xo. <>?$l or on i. purI..b Bv: K 4 'hi-ui an,| Wlf i I- u h oidt i ipi "out t .
'I'p..ar'To graph. of land hereinafter describedand Katherme .
HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS Witness my hand and official : Margaret P Martt.lock, whfl'erl'sid..ne. Hated this 10th day of July, 1952.OFFICIAl. !., Order of Publicationnd Notice To I' the following together To lhismSubject i 'p< -
seal at Starke, Florida this July .. I I, Appear !"tale Of Florida To: persons Mortgage I In rx..r ..' I \ll i I'.HI.. s i 'nt..t
and address, is: I'nknoun ( SEAL) A J, Thomas. with all unknown person cla.mmgb : & Merchants
23. 1SS2.OFFICIAL. Clyde IIrrai'lrt.wn.: whose residence I! f'r1ITVrs! that nh ,1.1t.1, "i.tlI.-? InI.r"I.d t
You are hereby notified that Clerk of the Circuit Court alit.-|
a through under known .
The following patients have. ( SKXL) A. J. Thomao I and address i. L'nknown or perSons j. recorded n Mortgage he heatd .
suit for Hy :Marian L <'ro -b>', V""lty citrkT : Hook at II I. i f.1 I j.t.-----
who are dead who are nut J. .
or :ST.
I' page of the
been admitted to Doctors Clinic As Clerk of said Court Innrrtt You are required to appear on'August public ignattd
:1111 .
fol. kn..wn be '
dead alive rec-ords
to of
By Marian U Cros-by, 11t-.uty Clrrk. has been filed against the 11. 1952. in the above named or : Ifradf..rd ( ''Ullt) I"lnriduiiIj..t It i is (tat lb. r .M I '. 5' tin I It -
Hospital during the past week: Chan It. hess, 204 Ouarantv Life above named Court and you cause in and .111( I: I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I I Cleone K. J M 1t..wling, tar". Florida ; : To Mc.rlgagt.: I In Favor\ ..f XI.li.t.I... .pnl';i -i.. .1.| .Ih, '\I.

Mrs. Louise Barker, Johnny Geiger uildinK! Jackson\IHe, Florida >ou are required to serve aop>' of N'otife is hereby {;ii\en to Whom ; seeks divorce. Bradford I'nunt'I''l" Livestock n..wlinJIarkt'Eachang..a. Fi.raiIa'arlti.n I!.. rei II .orded C. Longshore in eland ::1'1t! .2 and for the n. \t f. \\1' HIMt ,
Att>'s. for Plf 7/23-4t-8713; Telegraph shall publish this Me'rtgapJh.a.h 2 i. page ae'tatn-iena-tlig .1.1\ i ifind 1 ". .2. I It I'
Convern that I have in
it May aid
our answer or pleading to the i
H. ::
W. Carlton 3943 Oak ..1.1..1hn"llh. 60.
Mrs. Strut. ; public
Mrs. Collins I mrds
Clyde complaint on the Plaintiff's mini tratrix'f the Es-tate of Ralph in next four weekly issues!', |I c.f Bi.cdfoid i'o Unix 1.| ., .I.h i .i
: Florida E \V Wester 'Count
C. Clemens R. C. Dampier all of9tprke In Circuit>OTUH('ourl TOI'I.tan. Ilrudfurd County, Attorney: T. Fra'ik Land rum, E Haze'i filed my Final deport: and | Witness my hand and otficial sealat | whos" r.-sid.'nee-i unknown ; It,, Panel \,. :.,, l.. fi t.l) 10,1., h L. ft .lish.d|ll.lllfl.ll III (H..iI..I.1 XX K Ix ... .i ",.liitlar" i. ,
Starke < 'tint I F.
Mrs. L. R. Henderson. Florldai IB Chaiccerr.Daniel Florida will on the 10th daof August. | Stark.Florida.. this July .. 1952 i I'IOFFIl"IAL 'Chinn." Sturke, Flc.nda. KathermeChism Slalion 21 -.:2.t! :I f, 4p.ut :'1:11 Xo IT\ESS: 111h.l"d \ .
and file the original in the office 1152: apply l to the Count Judge for and thof '
i SEAL A. J. Thomas : Starke. Florida Farmers & '.ti; & I : : .
Waldo Marion Griffis Rai- Ma> nor. Plaintiff.. Marie of the Clerk of .I 1 : 'aid| 4 ""1"1'I |, tins Kith' d j jlul
and the Cirmit Court Final i IJI-' harg.as said Administratrix. AS Clerk of said Court. Men hants lank Monticello Florida .
Ma> nor. Defendant ,L put 1 h'. _\ II 11.2I !
ford. o n or before the lv Marian L Crosbv. Deputy Clerk : IJ, Dowling .Ir.. :$Starke Florida \ |I' "III t I ..r I 1..1, ": i
Case fSOi.lke !
No .V f
: KistIlll .
t HWl1.i ,
I ISth day of _\iiKiist. 1'CJotherwi.se : This, thr ) ('lh ilay i.f .IiiH 1152: IJrttxtr I i 'h-Js. H JIo .-... ytn "luararitv Life ; Dorothy It Di.wlmg $ .VKM: \ j Th 1 ?
) \\.v "| | |Ii. N. | '
:N Topprar. 1..rI'1 | "Ih"I.| | III.Iv I II. 'It. rk\ if < n. alit i .
the aU-tc:all..II" if >-:I iiiCt'tnpl.sint 11..a.n.dm'x.. HldJ:' .laiksonville l a Fla' .
: It C Loigshoie hi.- f" .
w I .
residence Iht
To: Marie Maynor. "ho,1' I ii south 1,1. :i tat I 1,1: ) a ..IIUI\ I Fi,
will I be tak'n a' 11 n- ; I 11 41 51 \tty- '..r Mi 7 11 4t > i itl .. I!. -
and address j is : l'nkio\vn. r. > i- Itc.n South c.uoliiia 1 : : t t' t i t Ii. w.t ","I| ,",,| s In Irrult I'ourl. Ilrailforil C.unI. You are hereby notified that a
Florida i In }:unie* Frazier liozier Plaintiffs. 111\"ftr'p

James C Holier, Defendant has been filed against you In the

Case Xo SIS':! ? al>o\e named Court and cause and

Order at I'uhlli-nlliiu Hnd :Nollor In you are required to serve a copy of

'liP".' your answer or ideadintr' to the I
tatt'.f J.'I"rli1.tll Jame C. complaint on the IMaintlffp '
Coke makes
Pozirr whcis'' aclclrevfr\ is link town Attorne55 Adkins Jr. 3S weather meals

You are required to appear onAuguxt K. First A\enue, Ujinefcville warmeasier
%5. ISII, in 1)1.. above named Florida

Court and tuuse, whert-m plaintiff and file the original In the office (.f I

the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the

2ith day (.r AupuM. 1952! ;
otherwise the aII-Katiund <.f said

Complaint will be taken as confessed -
by }'ou. and tastier

This notice shall be published :

so tool- once each week for four consecutive zIf:
\week in the Bradford County Ttle-

i 1 I graph. the

1'aled this 19th day of Julv 1932OKFKUI : .

refreshing ( !si': ti.) _,. J. 'Ihoma
so ('Irk ..f the <'In'uit ('...urt.I .

I l jlJy I Marian L Crosby, Denim Clerk.
72341S15OTICI :

\ : TO iTKn ; I

In Clrrull ("..r.. Bradford ('oonl" /
I Klorlclnt C'hnnr..r,.. E S

I'.obert SimnionIieftndant Simmons, I'lalntiff. >.s. Jennie (

Case No 92'7'otIe
I'A To .Appear. \

T! I li n'lie Simmons whose

resiclem You "un. and hereby nddrf-t-notified is Unknown.that a r 3 lvi, -' 0 1.. IIi

suit for *

bis III\"or.'fo bei.n f.1. d against you In the S FOOD STOKE Ah.i .

abo\ernained Court and cause and /

you ar. cjuired to serve a copy c.f .

jour .tni.,\\ .r or pLeading to the &
I ,
j complaint on the Plaintiff's ----
\ $ 1 \"toinix' K K. I'erryman, Starke.

:: Florida "" .....
;a and fil.tht.. original in the office I '

.f thi i'li\ rk (.1 the Circuit Court \

..n 'i. bi fore the I ...
2'th da\ of August, 1J52; \

,'hi i.wi.th! <' allegations of said

i iint.l.i It< will bv taken as tonT -

T, ,-.' I,% you. I
This nc.tlce fhali re\ publlsbedonce
t-arh week for four consecutive I
\\"...- in the Bradford County Telegraph I I I.ks
i i U>*4VAil

I '"u-cl 1 Ild 1 IMh da)' ..r Julv 195 I IioFFU'IA A

1IJEI1Tflh1i1 (. SEAL) A. J. Thomas i

; 'ierk of the Circuit Court ; -

rIIz1 t I'' i :\1ii .in I. Crosl.v'. Ueputv. Clerk I ;:. / ; u.
/ 2: -4t-" '1'. --
( _
l1I.141.l.I KIN
\\liri.n\S I the Stat Uond Jh'-' _

I rtnitnt ..Florida is n..wII '
fm.l in widening Temple Ax.mi.-:

tT on in the City of Starke. I,I

For cooling refreshmentFordcn's .. ii.t\)\' KK\S the right .., way c.f I I11 I v NI

orange, pineapple, '.1.1 1 '1"111..1" A\eiue ( T t301) i s
\.ntx-foui .4' Feet in width
lime (
tangerine or raspberry .IIHl I I

sherbet. For a really sparkling \\ liruEthe <(<'II)' ("'...unnf\ 41 :..1'Yw... Y +1'I
hot th i' \ of Stark.' ,- '.f th- opinion Av
weather '
treat, enjoy l h.it i i' is in thr iiiil.lic mtereht anti i"z.

Forden's sherbet in a cooling : ,'i' 1''u' comfort. vif,'t\' and con Ic 'iA .: ,i.

\ < ni<.n. e of the pul.Iii that ii'1 / _.dio \ 4 S
freeze or float Try it today.There's liI'hlllllC permits should 1 lie it--iml ( .:: :ii -.' I :: :.' -

I .r tlu. unstructioti of a'i)' build inc ./ ..:
.."i lends aluittiiiK Tt'tuple A" mi' ;r'"

d' S ::11111: in th.- City of Stark ./p (

utili,ss the applicant therefor OilI.w '
l !' a minimum s..t hack of Eit-h (...

;, teen (1 > ) Inches for said buildings I II
from th. exiting right of way of I
s.iui T..nip If Axeniie I 1'. S. 301) and.

I "\\ IElnA it is th* opinion ..! :

i the. i'ity Counul that a public hearing \
should be held on the question

,.f id"t>tmg an ordinance re'i Hiring .
.c minimum set hat k of F :.:,htei.nil" f
) Inches from the exmti u right:

,.f waof Temple Avenue t' -

BordenS' ",1 > tv.r .111 buildings to be "11111' ,. .
I 1..1 1 L nui- .>l'lit' I jig 1.'i i |I':' : j

. \ \ j,' i I s :i> i l' ,1\ t )II.O' i.. i'i i' t '.. I
\ \\ 'hi rt """ ,<''
: .x 4 : ..
.. .. ,
a Borden Dealer Near You II 'I Itf. s., ,1 \ I I"" \ "" "

.1.I >. ., k,' I' C .H. J

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Rebuilt ExchangedVOLTAGE
Repaired -- --

REGULATORS CHECKEDAT I Grocers are now featuring

S I' combinations of good things to eat. Visit the Coke and Food displays

STARKE GENERATORAND 6 Bottle 2S c and see for yourself how easy hospitality becomes

I Carton when you select the fight things to serve. .


fits C.fc, '

210 Walnut St. ( Formerly Anderson's Garage) ,
PHONE 228 ..- STARKE, FLA. .I -

Ed Hunt H. D. Koger --.Q; .r.4frod..4Ilo'l e

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_FRIDAY,AUGUST 1, 1952; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR\'II. ST\RKE. FLORIDA .,>\r.V ou"' c.erV.' ."\.c..'

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Biggest Thing Yet To Hit Starke ,'/3

STATEAmerican Qa a

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i Legion



AUGUST 5-9 t

Season Tickets on Sale Alvarez Store : : J

I Join The Crowds-Bring The Family eWe

Fully Recognize The Great Honor That Is Being Paid To Starke In Having The State Tournament Played Here _

We\ Are Happy To Lend Our Support And Help Advertise The Event.

Welcome t Welcome
L To EucryGood Wish
r To : STARKE Tu-
For A

Successful Tournament
1 ,
P. 0. Elks c \
f Central I
Lodge No. 1802 Starke Lions Club I h .0 .,, Starke Rotary Club Fla. Gas
-. : And Appliance Co.
f I
Always Rooster Visit Our a ". =), .') 8-0" -
/ c'. ( Rest I Wishes! Welcome
\ ) / '
For The Fountain For LuncheonsAnd '
\ To The
Legion JIIiorfascball Refreshments To
Legion Tournament ,
Season Tirkets on Sale Here 5Ti1 K ESETZER'S
Mitchell's HAROLD C.
Alvarez Store
Established 1S9I Lester Crews,0\\nerEvery
General! Insurance Good Eats

Wish For A STERLING; FLATWARE Reticeen Games All Of Starke
\ I Hy Our Every Wish! Your Headquarters
Successful Tournament (;iorhumTow'eInternationalChina' : l
HySracust Cool Off And Enjoy You To This For A For Refreshments While
May The Rest Team I Win{ '- Itoyal; TettauRoyal Great Tournament Successful Tournament J
) Jackson A GOOD SHOWPARK Starke

: Houston's Hdq. Co., 2nd Bn.
Roberts Jewelry THEATRE C. H. Driggers 124 'I Inf. KOCH'SDRUG
SERVICE STATION "Your Friendly Jeweler'

Rest Wishes to the Team REST J WISHES Welcome Rest Wishes -
: I C'/mll/c' ToSlarke For The Hc'sl11 Raseball
To TheTEAM To'S Poi A .
Visit Our May row'f'l' The Tournament
T :11. K E: Successful Tournament
Store While In Starke Slay Re Pt-awlIll For The Rest In

I'lumbiiiff & Healinrr.
Dixie Motor Court Hardy Bros. MotorCOMPANY Noegel Bros.

Van H. Priest Co. AND RESTAURANT AUTO SALES The llifasheteria E JAniillPlumbing

and Heating

Rest 1 H{ ishes Welcome l Visit Our Sec A
For Delicious Food
For ASuccessful WELCOMETo
Tournament Drive (hit To Our
S T A R K E S T :111 lE ISTARKE Restaurant 's7'llltE;

OlsonsREFRI GERATION I \Winkler' ElectricSERVICE I \Western AutoASSOCIATES I Florida Theatre Thomas I GEM JEWELRY% I

Sales and Serrice The Home Of Net torEntertainment Truck Terminal and Ed Simpson
f Restaurant :Seaboard;
titatch Inspector I

1 Wishes{
Irrlco11le'I Welcome
otOf Tune-Up and 0\erllaul) Highest Blue Sunoco I 1"{ (, ('ant Insure You To

I.or .1 To We Clean & Repair Radiators To A to Z Lubrication,Kelly( Win I!
-But We Harl'r
S T .t. R l'l .
"1. J (irind Crankshaft in Motor ."T."t nl.'l: Tires and LattericsSuccessful
Tournament Erery Other Kind
t I Heline Brake Turn DrumsPrevatt's FOREMA.COLSOX

I Sinclair I Ref i in. Co.T. Sunoco Service Conner
Co. &
Denmark Furn. ('. Hazen. Jr., H-Mjjr. Garage Gay
STATION Insurance Agency

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1",' .ii,.'
s -.juired
.\'Ig-t' .: >J' I"n: : th.I""> .110"\appear,,, 'l.\n,1, ,on, ,PFFl"I.\I. F.\LI A J Thomas I 1.\I.\n I'. Wln"'f
Our S-acre woodlot needed .1 I .11-." \\ h. : ,'1 :., '' A. Clerk of '.III! '\\I: : I.u;Idnc Jlh, f" I
cleaning up after we had it thin- ., ;,- ,!. )" I"" : J \r ,'I I,' I ,. ; ., |; .\t. :'. t ," ti :41ALVAREZ'

ned out, so we got Dave Tanner .u,. _
E DIARY and Truby Griffis Ien's Clothhg; J
help pick up \' STORE

By Sam McOarvey i the tree tops and branches and ii! Established 189t I:1 1,I I

C ( put them in piles. After they dr\ :

E The author will be glad to rej I out and settle down some we will d/LlIrn gar Q e s Afofirherein e::". u" -

,_ cehe Items of Interest concernIng burn them and then we think that !.) fl$C..l. WFRR. J yr
the activities of fanners in 1 the woodlot will look better tht-r \\ I enjoy eati passing/ :

E Bradford County. Suggestions may i it ha Since we've been here. day. nukingthe future each day Heie i- .i lit'.(' ;,11 net! -' .

be left at the Telegraph office or ; i 1 li\e The Mviftlj justing summer Uall f

mailed to Sam Carve}', Lav*ley, 4AAAAA : Alice noticed that insects were brings jov, vvork and !leisure. ,** w -*\r
i Lord, help me throne' .,
C giving our row of butterbeans a What do I p,, wE/GlM
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAA I!i: fit so we dusted them with 5 per to the future with my ear busy day FL Y

cf-nt DDT and 5 per cent Chlor-i To conduct my lute ': sewmACU
Had a very enjoyable visit to we almost lost her. This time we dane We Craning my senses to catchits away eeLnc 1gr
use a fairly wide mesh :
I thought that her trouble was a retrain That I ..
the Dairy Barn at the State Farmat 'feed sack to hold those meet may ,
and t
Raiford uluch is under the direction lack of sufficient sugar in her !'simply shake it Song of days ended, that make I have the spirit of Cht"i-' .1 *

of M C. Roberts. The barn [ blood, so we got a gallon of syrup over the row aswe my adventure, I 0 (Nome Withheld *o>;L
walk. It's a simple and easv' On earth I have lived CLAY HILL--Such a nui .' 1 Due to Drastic Price Reduction!)
itself is modern in every respect and gave her about a pint along throughand MpE
( way we find, to dust .
a small bit.
i from boy, Leon Cal '
my I
(each cow has its own individual with her feed. But she would not not see again. ORS
What do I i German lie has bti : i ,
I I i hear as I the
much scone scan
eat to
water fountain) and cleanlinessis enough get syrup While
we were at it :
we decidedto time land and so plat'- I ,
man t Q
I :
when Joy looked a:
the watchword. The herd is night very
also dust
the sweet potatoes him .. ,. ,
to read what to go see some peopl.' I .
became alarmed and ask i's message b
Guernsey (both purebred and poor, we I which 9 t
we set out ,
I recently as we may be. to in Austria He said b. s '
grades) and a? pretty a sight as ed Charlie Shuford to come take ] saw .
some damage to the leaves. Figures I know not HLsa: >s he will soon h
the line of I look at her. He advised getting : qu"-er portents
we've ever seen in a II III Used the
same dust on the 'taters looming ;Ifo, ae and I know his! ,d.- dairy cows. Cows are milkedpunctually someone to come doctor her, sc (although we I
were not sure what Boding some fate will be glad.
at *'e found !someone who could give *
three times a day ( j to use t and it seem to have taken for me. Mv wren sings 'o '. nr

4, 12. and 8)) and strict recordsare her a solution containing sugar ) care of the insects. : 10'S'
Can it be that the know the :summer is s\
dace I've
kept on milk production. Total and calcium intravenously We | f l i
frequentedSo ing. I am already think
daily milk, by the way, is about did just that and it wasn't long) We had set out 4 '1 ? ( +
our ,
long will not miss, whenI Christmas gifts and d
190 gallons, which supplies the before Joy was back on her feed I vines in rather me
rough beds, because am gone? 'I them I I now as I have ti'1 ;
entire institution with fresh milk. and showed signs of once again | we .$ 'A 3
simply picked a dar If I should haunt it love each passing sr \
have three purebred Guern making a complete recovery from i that n1ghost ca
They looked rainy and there was be resented !I I flowers are so prett I '
for both this trouble which seems to follow
which used
bulls are
sey no time then to start fussing with Can I plead pity for guerdon :1 I the lawn when I get tl1-: : '

natural breeding and actificual calving. the beds. Anyhow, we stuck the forgone? j I!1 I mow the front and iw t i "

inseminationVe certainly appreciated vines in the ground and got a How back, and :1 w r r
we're can I tell ? But I will not the alley :a A
Mr Robert's courtesyin Well, still struggling tcj;
I good stand, but
we rememberedhow dissemble I i stays with men in the : '4fi4b ,
us around and we en- get things growing on this place I II .
showing f-ULt
rough the beds had been and Here barks at is my life m\ witness lie squirrels)I' -" ,_ ..
Kitchen ;
loved every minute of It. I I so we decided to get the decided that the ,
only to dr
thing I give: dogs. He has fun. I hi.i PRICE
Garden cleaned out completely I i
I I and then cut up the land thoroughly was! get in right away and hoe before Not for my fate need I anguish elm tree. a cotton w "",1'! \\

Our faithful < n\ l 10bt><',ime the weeds took over. Wellwe're and tremble walnut that I want to ? PINKING
First step though, was to get j
showing 'he same svm. : terribly slow at hoeing but The future I make it today big trees This count t .\ ,i i
sick again of which '
out double row onions ;
a after two days work the doggonejob as I live. have too many tree I I" RE SHEARS
ptoms that she had last year when grass and weeds had over-run It 'R GUARANTEE! fRrlt
-.. was done and we think that -. R I!. Mottram breaks must all be -," SERVICE
IIUIII the onions
was quite a job getting we got our little patch of 't'ater- I wind blows here in thiday .'. '
I out, but we got it done finally, and !t off to a good start We are living in a time of im- is a lovely day. :\:?' *FI.S AM SIUNO NEW ABSOLUTELY NO 11/el1/ With EachSewt1 l
I them to dry in the i portant events. : DIFCCTIVI PART5T Cr
then spread | Any one thing i| i
Let Us Thoroughly the birds sing, it is su!,, ;
I brooder house. We then double-cut' We've mar turn the tide, to leave u. ? T.o+(tr.l s.if.Ajjurting Tensiae; > Machine Purchased;!
planted turnips twice sr heart is singing I Je Lnd Cord
mv Automatic Stitch Re utofor
Your Clothes but even that freedom or turn \
Wash the garden twice us into another
I rows' far this Summer and still do not : the store. Each day iWhen t i- i Sew Light SeJf-Threod. Spring Gui4
where the war. At this THEY'RE
was hardly enough moment the Chicago WORTH
have ,
9 Pound any growing. The hot sun at day's end I
I of weeds had been. J fixes convention for nomination of a Limited One to Customer (
really small
I seedlings in a rest OVER $6.95 !
40c! Ii
For i i president is in session. Mv heart
i hurry. But we will try again And realize how n u.: I
Next step was to get the poultry i( thr 11s with the thought. Boy-
planting in a furrow.
FREE Bleach If Desired! I i blessed
manure out of the brooder house are fighting and dung in far off ,

Temple Ave. Stailrt dropping pit. We put an empty ,I One difficult we've had incultivating Korea. Boys are taking physical Mv and thanks thenI pour out tr: > I For FREE Home

53-gallon steel drum on the backof for induction into 5l'rvice. The /
by tractor is gettingtoo place my hand in Goil! ict'I ,1

the tractor, backed it up to the close to the plants and damaging summer is swiftly passing Last am on the sun poi h A ,
brooder house and loaded it there. Sunday night we had a hard rain.
We Will : them. We're so leary of that ; breeze fans my brow. N"- '. '
it was full. Sam drove the It was! just a rain and really '
( now that we are working from the shall take care of the law n
Dry Your Clothes tractor into the garden, and as he soaked the ground. My garden i IF - - - -
middle in toward the plant, instead God bless you all.
the rows Alice used a hoe producing things to eat now. I ;

For 20cIn to laid pull off the manure from the drum. the plants of trying at the to get start.up close to have new cabbage. beans and.I LOVE LIRA I ACME VACUUM STORESi N

New Automatic Orient I ten loads of ; potatoes. I have so nicepotatoes llrnilfiiril ( oiinl>.
got many
we lit Cirrus( (ourl.
Altogether W.
we're using this; new idea On our ,40S For lh Sf: Jacksonville, Fla. I Iot
( hnnvrn.i.nloii
house and beans rioriil.i: In
manure out of the brooder table peas, butteibeans and sweet green and I SMiimtfiIM.tmnfl; ., \.-. I Gentlemen : 1 would like) a Flal-: IIO lt. 1)1: I\STlt: XTION: I
: where we needed j onions are good now. I have sc llfbtnti Jviuinl i -, I'
the [
rows .llllt..1 i
right We ( the New JJ.j2 1! Electric
potatoes. also, that one Porlalilc "'\\illJIac'hilll': .
,, plan tomatoes 'II r'III..1I1. ('as ;\: !"JOrilrr > priced at M II.I!) :i I
nice and
and rather ; big can
it. This is a slow ,' of our troubles has been i m cultivating I .,f I'ultllralliin end :'Notirv (olppear I 1 uniliTst.iinI there is no obligation! :: to Imv. |
have hardly' wait until they are ripe. I
laborious operation, but we I
The Washeteria I too deep. I titatr .. Pati'i.'it;
FI..ri.la to I
and it will have tc ( Corn is in tassel. Beans are up''to .r .. I II. Name
used it before I|1.1"I ?" I Sattnd'a' nit.- I' -ltl> n.r _
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better way. ] the top of the poles and reach u d I ?Hi, -- ,- I ,,,1. v I ------------------------------- (VACUUM STORES
until get a
do we the kitchen Well Finnegan the water pump ing toward the skv I do not AddressI _. ______ _ _- _______________
We then bedded up in i I did it again. This time On Again. .
garden but then boarded off I Off Again. Finnegan decided tc i know when I have ever been ahappy 1 I City Stale( ___ |1'011 u I.",."iH .,..1'A..

ready to I over a garden. Perhaps it\ If I.IM! .\Ihln. I'ka..e send >pwifi Dircrlions IJT-5
I, the beds and are now I go dead on a Sunday night in the I
is because I coaxed Don so nitnears \ I
and anything : - - -
plant everything 1 i I middle of a thunderstorm. Because I -
We I >' to let me put a large gardeiin !.,
which we think will grow. Sam didn't like the idea of
I have not found it too much

ATTENTION know that it is difficult to get I getting fried like a piece of bacon : work. I froze two quarts of green .., .,.'. "' ...=....,.. ,. ........:",.,..., r.. .... .. .
at this timeof DEAD '. 11": .". :: : r:" %:: Q. '
some' things to grow by fooling around with electricity .. ':: p::.. ;.'x.' :> .-: ... ':.., :;,:::/;: ,,: :>';;) ."< ;: : '
beans last I will do that .
If You Have the year, but we have a good 1! on wet ground he decided to let it evening. f.{.:... : ;a It i:: ':'.:: : ..i $.I. ,.t.. \ Y,' :: :
I I every once in awhile when they LIVESTOCK :":" ""....,,, ;:> >*:i!' "..::.' t.if.: 111- )..
trade at our Roadside Market go till the next morning. He was :XIIf;.;.. .iv"..'IJ'I" ....ij N.1 .1" '. . n .
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are ready. I planted Wade : .
green :4. : Ilf' :'
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PINE OR CYPRESS I and we simply have to grow thingsto down at the pump bright and ear fOil FREE REmOVAl OF DEAD I:,'i ,*,=,f' I ?
beans for freezing. I had wax LIVESTOCK CALL fj G ,, ,
I keep it supplied. ly, and to make a long story short, V2'. $ .. t1::

TIMBER TO SELL '( he was still' there late in the afternoon i pod HELPFUL for dinner.HINTS The new'' hone Gainesville 3330 Collect Y; .,.-; ,_' -.. w's.,, v_ ..-i ..'- J: \......-.., ,w, Gn ...J ,.."..'.../, L...J w i, \o.ri

Little Happy Andy I Is coming He had located the trouble I
Small Tracts
Large or i sponges on the market I find good REXDERERS Inc. I
along fine He is a tin pail bal" though, as a short in the FLORIDA ,
'for so many cleaning jobs about
We Buy All and as soon a* anyone goes Intc motor so he took it up to his
the house. I got some for 9c each
the barnyard Happy decides that kinfolk in Jacksonville and in a
: In summer I use detergent -in'!has
PAY TOP PRICES I he wants something to eat. so he short time his brotherinlawLew
| Tide Cheer and all good on GETS ULPATENT
bumps and bangs; away, thinkingthat had the motor running fine.i PHONE 218
market. They save hand for you: | ,
0Write I' a good bump might produce i I Back too late that night to hook I
do not have to use such hot dishwater !
results He is three weeks old now iup the pump, so the next morningat COLONIALFLORIST
{ or Call I II i
and growing like a weed. He eats at the job and some 30 I-

I J hours after the pump stopped we II trouble.
dry feed out of a hand, but still I
B1THOMASLUMBER (had it running again.. In the I I .
hasn't I got the idea of eating it out
'I meantime Alice was just about After what seems like a very ;
'of bucket. We have !':switched II
CO. I going crazy, with no water anywhere short rest from berries, we're : FLOWr.P.SFOR

him over to Daisy's milk as it is ,I and all the animals thirsty ( back to messing! with them again. i

PHONE 211JP. no! as rich as Joy's and in that 'and complaining Next time we Decided that we'll have a few bed :i ALL OCCASIONS I

0. Box 735 war we are able to save the rich ; hear anyone complaining about a I in the kitchen garden (where we !

STARKE, FLA. e-t milk for ourselves. And thatis 'high water bill, we'll say politely: I put out the poultry manure). sc |

: "Brother, you got nothing to complain j we'll set them this week, and that ,

one advantage of feeding him I about now why not bm a will be a great deal earlier than (i)

mail order water pump and then I we've ever set out plants before. I '
vou II have something to hoot and We hope that they will make i i i

R.B.ALVAREZ&SON TRANSFER AND holler a hout"11 I some runners, and we will even DISH GARDENS
STORAGE CO. S r I I go so far as to fertilize each plant

\\ ,' we're enjoying our first : indi'idualth!! a tablespoon of I POTTERY ,I spiEMiEp ppiEN1E0
r -- --- local
-ff\\ operate ne tt hes of the season Alice :I fertilizer (an idea we got from POTTFD PLANTS RD'll 9 3 t AD 119rTOp.OSr

Jt long distance! bonsrht a couple of bushels to put Tim Blackburn!. But from thIs jr01IOSIIrrTI

R.8.ALVAREZ 6SOK," an) A here in U. S. into the deepfreeze, make jam 1 week on we'll be having another FLOWERSj'IRED' -'TiisS

,- STMKf.ri etc Still wish could I thing to about '
we get themto I worry keeping th ANYWHERENona
q,, "") t .CU 11_.l.... grow her" but then :you can't I berries clean. But we are encouraged .( '
I F 9t
C have eerthing II' from selling them or. St Starke .. .- .-.

b CIj( ti: -2I STORGKF S r j I' our Roadside Market and hone t .. -- 11 r 1 511 I J In !

a .\('( I>:nsv. our big Jersey cow did have a lot more next year -- -. --- i f'I I ,
I ; : ;j I
not "catch" i I I _
I : when we had herbred j
i iI
I recentl. so we had her bred I

again: : to a Guernsey bull Hope ,

See us first! v\e sjet a heifer. '
Agents For .
... w I1 Lrrman Bld(1' Yin''! !n\'.>r know on a farm
-- k A.A Av.. J", rff l Valuable Franchise DIFFERENCE RECOGNIZED I
)11-t what will greet you when you I

open your poor old bloodshot eves
Available From
in the morning Sam went out t/1'

milk one morning this week to find ,
that the calves had broken out of Organization ONLY SIN I C L A I R GASOLINE ful rust and corrosion This is unportanP

the barnyard and were nowhere toI I Requiring only SPARE TIME

be seen H. hunted all over the ,; contains the rust inhibitor RD- 119a. news for you recognition that Sinclair

Place and finally found the whole : and small investment
This amazing chemical forms a protec Anti-Rust Gasoline is not "just another
CHARACTERami bunch deep in the woods, the :NO ('O'II'tTlTIO"e: huM| pending; t:

calves just about binging with:I patent risM. Initial investment of $.i.HM tive coating throughout your car's entire gas" but a new product that is so dj9ereni'.

well know standards of Service milk Got them back where they to :IO.OOO! inquired (fullj. s.Hrt-J). Thereafter I it's !
fuel the formation of harm patented
belong: and the calve apparently system stops
have been earned and maintained by i we will assist jim uith financing
all '
right: for to date they have:
not'l, up |o $'. ),IO for expansion! In a rapUlh I
long vtars of faithful attention in scoured Yi.'t.

Serving ('(economically in this icinity. :, growing field.To SAVES REPAIR BILLS SAVES CAR LIFEUsed
qualify you must IKotrr 3.i %raN ofAW

Alice has been dsing a good jot I. permanently. locati-d In your r >m- I regularly this patented gasoline can save: you fuel pump;*

ot taking care of the hens and her mUll it) and tw able t.} stand a rigid ,
) and carburetor For Ful! Power Mileage Plus AnCl
DeWITT C. JONESPhone work is paying off with steadily:, character and credit invsigali'( I repairs

increasing egg production (and We completely establish the bu.inr.fir Sinclair Dealer for. I
7 Starke. Fla. t Rust protection at no extra cost, see your : ,
: the price of eggs climbing, too- j you and do the adtrtiningouha: \<. n<>

.. j must b* a mistake somewhere it jI | rent, no overheat and no emplojrei.IVixon .

r', '''1, i this is too good to be true She ; selected will II.! no s 'llme nrnN

Funeral Director 1 '! ees that the hens have mash: in ANTI-RUST
: Ambulance Service \! no e'lierienr jusi the hon.'.lj to civiUH >
front of them all the time, water
Our local funeral a fair count In dividing our profit*. SINCLAIR
home enables ,
to offer
as conveniences and Brit and oyster shell. Then, '
too'i If you ran qualify, unit detailsfeldrevs InC'I..ltn
services not otherwiseWe available! 1 we have put some more litter in GASOLINE
1 the hen and Phon.no.., to Uo\ g3.I,
-I,., ,. .. 1 house and that helps to' I
Marke, KL\
keep them cleaner. i
: furnish the highest type service at lowest pncea. and S tRead I
accept AM life insurance policy In force, issved by ANY ; in the piper that television -

company as payment in part or in fall on a funeral i aerials are good targets D. Goodman

Consultation carries no obligation. j i I for lightning so gues3 we'd better

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