Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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I g Board TrimsOneFourth Mill I I State ourneyNiiiii4 Finals

-Polaroid..1 1-Minute Photo by the TelegraphThe I Off New Levy Scbeduled. For Tonight

Speed Boat Ride 16-foot Correct 'raft which hit a submerged object in Cr>'stal

Lake Saturday night, resulting in the loss of one man's life, i.. picturrd -_ -

above In Torode's Garage where II9.... brought for 0\o\er-haulin With only one noteworthy
Has Tragic End At right, the bottom of the boat Is turned up showing rectangular j change ment of-$1,000 the additon annually jf towardthe a pay. 4T' .;-. L5L''y Post Nine Generals Are Undefeated;

hole that was punched out when boat struck object. lan at left is'
salaryof a counselor for the
I-:. S. Sapp an eye witness.to the accident. At right is Billy Noegel j:

accountant Clarence for Lee a Streat.Miami 33-year-old construction whose hand points to the long gash. I II I Juvenile County's budget Court for-- the Bradford'fiscal Will% Make Strong Bid To Hold Title

company, was drowned- in : year: 1952-53 was approved Mon I Ir

Crystal Lake Saturday night whena SENATOR JOHNS shore and began to revive. He day as recently published in the ,.. t f'en'al'clwa: knocked out oft I -

16-foot speed boat in which he EXPRESSES TILVXKS and Johns were taken to the I' Telegraph.The < the American Legion Junior SantonlroU' iims t t., Pt.-. ,
was riding with three other persons .' Senator's home where they received -, county's taxpayers will geta .J.t. )W 'T ;-::- ball State Tournament j in BLil"\\ cola1 hopes bv dealing: fir \\11

apparently hit a floating ort I I want to take this means medical treatment. quarter of a mill break from the 1'. ___.... second day' of play here Wednesday I Floridians a 9-4 defeatV'iinesda<,
object. took water and of thanking my many friends. Streat's body was finally located ; F1 !
submerged i Commissioners the new levy .. while Post Nine Jacksonville I afternoon
sank within a matter of minutes.Streats .of Bradford and Union Counties about 1:30: a.m. Sunday within a for their 17 1-4 .,
I purposes being : J\\ remained the only I undefeated Entering the last inning w'')
three companions, and throughout Florida, few feet of where the boat 1-2
I mills as compared with 17 p\f\ team. Hialeah and Sanford:: II only a one-run edge. SanfonJ

State Senator Charley E. Johns. for their many expression of It was brought to the "ank'i I mills for the current year. The :, .- L. had each lost one and won one punched over four runs t,. iMmdi
Steve E. local druggist and condolence they Jones Funeral Home "" x
Simmons sympathy r !
I School Board's levy however, through Wednesday.Post the game, parlaying two hits '\\
,nd Holmes Melton assistant have shown me since the tragic rosary was recited Sunday night fft :
to be
brings the millage paid on j Nine got a on..d* layoff i walks a wild pitch and a [lasscd
director of alumni affairs at the accident that occuml duringthe and was taken to Miami for funeral -i y
the bulk of next ball for the
county property : Thursday while Hialeah and San- rousing finish
University of Florida, came out weekend.Only services Tuesday morning.
past I
alive but all had narrow involved will The accident occurred duringthe 'year to 36.25. Taxpayers in twc I Pictured at the banquet which inaugurated the State Tournament. ford met Thursday night to see Junior Metis relieved .1m lv., ,1
escapes. the ones
of the old sub school districts will! er for Sanford in the
Simmons swam to shore a ever know just what we went course of a supper that Sen- !: American Legion Junior Baseball here Monday night are. left to right: r which team would go to the final! v\m-
I a higher millage because of inning with none out. and 'h. $
four ator Johns at his pay Chas. S. Partin Post 56. Chairman with the Generals here Friday. pit> -i
distance of some three or Charley E. Johns! was giving i Tournament ; Melvyn Fleischer,
hundred feet fully clothed. Mel- Crystal Lake camp for several of interest and sinking fund levys tc captain Sanford Post 53 team: B. B. Gay, Jacksonville representativeof I Outcome of the Hialeah-Sanford one-hit ball the rest ot the tva v

but collapsed his associates in the State Senate. take care of old school bonds. tilt was not known at time Krider. wtio was leading: ". 4 ..;
ton almost made it in. the Ford Motor Co. of the Junior ball Dell press
a short distance out in the cut the motor and began throw- and a few other friends. Some of 1 i I The Commissioners are entering co-sponsors program; yesterday.Post the time was credited v.i i' Smith, captain Pensacola Po.t 33 team; Dr. A. Y. Covington. Commander -
heavy grass that skirts the shore ing the men Navy-type preserversthat the guests had already started into an agreement with the Nine will meet the Hia decision
he carried. He tossed one to each will! local Post 56: Ronnie Brent captain Hialeah Post 32 team: Lefthander Donnie ,
School Board whereby Tlt\\! I'll tall '
eating, while others leahSanford"ictor
line. He had gone under the water, were waitingto j I here Friday
Streat, who was riding in front I I of Bill Hardaker. Department Chairman Junior Baseball; Bobby Waits, the
but was pulled to safety in the be served. Johns and his contribute toward the salary a night at 8:30.: Should the General way for Pens-icul.t -II "
nick *of time by the members ofa with the Senator, but in the excitement guests decided to take a short worker who will assume the duller captain Jacksonville Post 9 Generals. L. F. Chapman superintendent lose it would necessitate another out nine and walking:: : >u

fishing party on shore and some th- drowning victim apparently boat ride to pass away the time. of juvenile court counselor, as wel? of the State Prison. made the main address at the banquet, and game Saturday night a.each Post Nine scored its setumi. \

young boys .who were campingnear failed to grasp it. Simmons to- They swung out from the Johns as being a "visiting teacher. Bill Hardaker, Department Chairman of the Junior Baseball program, team, in this double eliminationevent tory Wednesday night defe tt\r

by.Senator. and Melton managed landing, which is on the east side '; At the Monday meeting the served as toastmaster. Other out of town Legion officials attendingthe must lose twice before Hialeah 12-8. The Generals ir st
from the boat before it completely .
Johns was still cling jump submerged. but neither of of the lake, and were curving toward Board approved the purchase of a : banquet were Laddy Rowton, State Department Adjutant. Talla- existing. in every inning but three '''I.-

ing to a kapok boat cushion near the north shore when the I two-way radio communication Hialeah took the ing 11 hits.
them got hold of a life i hassee; Frank Reyes.: District Chairman Junior Baseball : Dwight I opening game
the spot where the boat sank accident occurred about 8:30: 'system for the Sheriff's office and from Sanford 3-0 as the tournament Clark Mixon started I i"i, )p. -
either. I Sullivan of Newberry. new District Commander: and Ed Walker,
when another group of fishermenin preserver o'clock. the clerk wa instructed to pre. got under here Tuesdayafternoon. Nine, but was relieved ;. h.
Johns believes that he Commander Post Nine, Jacksonville. way
a boat several hundred feet Senator Among the legislators attend pare and advertise for bids to be Hialeah' stellar Lee I !seventh when Hialeah's m-- '*

away, spied him and went to his and Streat went down with the ing the party at the Johns homeat opened not later than 10 a.m I. Corso not only hurled one-hit ball batten reached base on m, .r'-"

aid. Apparently intent on staying boat. He Says that he sank until the time of Ihe accident were Tuesday, Sept. 2. New State Legion Commander Dies but paced his team by knocking I and a walk. Dale Willis t l\Ok mo

at the spot where the boat he thought: he would never come Sen. Wm. A, Shands of Gaines- The terms of the purchase will : i in two runs, hitting a double and giving up only three hits ami, "r

sank in the hope of finding some up. but he was unencumbered by ville. Sen. S. D. Clarke of MOn i- Inc1ud a down payment of $1,200 a single and fanning six bitters I run the rest of the wax
trace of Streat, Johns at first having on only a 'On To Baseball HereIt
heavy clothing, Way Banquet
cello Sen. E. W. Gautier of New to cover purchase an I installation He gave up four walks. Harvey Hosack started tin flu
resisted efforts of his rescuers to of shorts, and did manage to
Smyrna Beach, Sen. Verle A. : the balance to be paid in 24 The Hialeah players collected leah. but was yanked in the ourrh
pull him into their boat. They rise to the surface. His hand o'dork time the II
wa eight Monday night banquetto
without in- I after four hits f.l1o
allowing and
Pope, St. Augustine, and Sen. W. 'I monthly installments six hits off Sanford's Melvin
cushions -
succeeded however with
finally "just hit" one of the kapok
: got un.lt'ra honoring personnel of the four American runs. Danny Cook took OVHI an.*
Turner Davis of Madison, presi terest. Fleisher
through six innings, scoring -
some difficulty, and three of out of the boat and this kept : i
Johns' ribs were broken while him afloat until rescuers arrived.In dent-designate of the 1935: State I The replacing of a shallow well Legion Ba'.ehall teams who had arrhni in :Marke for the open-( i Single runs in the first. third was tagged for scvi-n ....a111'! -> on*

authorized for H. L in of the State Tournament the next d.. eight run. .
Senate. was ;; ) and fourth The
being pulled over the side. the meanwhile the peopleon I pump innings. game war

No one saw Streat after the shore had been giving Melton Also present were L. F. Chap- Norman in connection with the 4 t S called! { after the sixth because of Hialeah took heart wh.-i< .\1

boat sank and it is believed that artificial respiration but he had man, superintendent of the State i right-of-way of State Road No. I All e\pwte: dignitaries: had I arrhed except one-newly I elected rain. downstate club scored thrw :.me>

he went down with the craft. He failed to respond and they believed Prison; M. V. Joiner Jacksonville 225.The I State Commander Francis K. Brigham who was to stop off Jn the night game Tuesday the in the seventh to narr.t t the sato : >

was described &s a poor swimmer him dead. E. S. Sapp one of 2nd District game commissioner -i clerk was instructed to advertise here and attend the banquet on hi"'a! from the State ('on- General's smooth lefthander Bob- !! 10-8. but Post Nine tali.- win

the fishermen on shore, put Johns ; Ben M. McLauchlin, director for bids for removing the I \ention in Tallahassee to his home in Winter la\en. by Waits struck out 20 and gave > the eighth to pull awav

Senator Johns stated yesterday and Melton in his pickup truck of the Game & Fresh Water I dwelling of Mrs. Anna Baxter S S S up only two hits to beat Pensa-: In suffering its first! !...urn"I .

that no one in the boat felt any and headed for Starke ,with them. Fish Commission, and several :' from the right-of-way of State I I Tht'rt"a! an uneasy pause an evident hesitation to begin cola 4-0. All four Post Nine run I ment loss Hialeah was charged

i! p.1d and ho ha. nn td... what The jolting of the truck on the other state officials. I I Road S-229. but were scored in the fourth Inning with five errors, five passed balU
the banquet until Brigham armed at length It \\a \
L-* ttty ,raigM ha/- stricJc' tv. ;;..'-...J:,' r'w'h, ; sand r'.1i we.'t1.4t wtlprp Streat' and his wife had beelr ;NV4kU: < were T Sieved for re..' --. Waits walked five and hit one and two hur// n gaup nm>
decided to proved. '
a hole in the bottom. When Sim- artificial respiration had failed. visiting Mrs. Streat's brother and !'moving/ the partition between the 1 I batter in gaining the triumph. bases on hsli.tAttendance

mons who was riding in the back Melton vomited quantities of S. tax assessor's office and the Post Nine got seven hits off at the tournament
water silt and that he had sisterinlaMr. and Mrs. I Some ten or fifteen minutes later llrigham's/ absenceexplained. was I
seat, called to him that the craft grass i county commissioner's meetingi I Winston Dungan. lanky Pensa night games has been good and
water Johns said heGty swallowed when he floundered off E. Simmons. instructed I : A Florida Highway/ Patrolman brought in the message -
shipping clerk was
was i so the I cola hurler who struck out eight is expected t to reach It peak <'

I to have the work done by a local that the new commander ha l died of a heart attack at I with his fast: ball, and! walked six the finals Friday night
r from Tallahassee he became ill and stoppedat & -
:Madison. Driving
,. > carpenter. I
ElectionSet Moore :. i/./> American Oil Co. According specifications, the a di.etor's office there. He died a few minutes later, after Deranged Vet
: Boards
"- motor grader.ecenl1y delivered tc i sering as the Lrgion's State Commander only 21 hours. Oppose

; the county was to have a meta

For Sept. 9 Makes I I Awarded $10,450The j cab and inasmuch as it was not I II I Shot In Foot

1'so equipped the clerk was instructed : Hampton Lake Residents Petition I Toll TurnpikeThe

1 to call the matter to the Victor Campanella of Grahamwas

Mayor J. R Wainwright this Bid : American Oil Company. a attention of the sellers and tc shot in the foot three times
1 I For Spillway To Raise Water LevelAn early Monday morning by Mark R mil, T ('
week issued a call for the regular; Delaware corporation. was awarded -, withhold signing the sales con i '.tint i I' "
? itch. Jr. at the Ritch place of 'sioners .
city election to be held here Tuesday $9.500( damages plus $950 for tract until a cab is supplied.No and the Citrnii.
the level of Mr; Smith attnbiited the present business south of Starke on US ; !Starke=:
For argument .
fees in condemnatior are on record ,
Sept. 9. Only officials elected attorneys a one was present at thi.r I t- > |1'1'j ,
at this time will be three members suit brought to trial in Federa'ourt :' meeting to offer complaints as tc the water in Hampton Lake cam1 low level of the lake to evaporation 301. the proposed .lack<*oiu, head at the meeting of the and the recent prolonged dry Sheriff P. D. Reddish stated toll '. ,.
of the City Council. <" in Jacksonville last week. the assessed values on the 1952 to a I tUrnpike. The ( '/1,11 '?

Councilmen whosx? terms expire Counci1'/ The suit was an outgrowth oi..i tax rolls as fixed by the assessor I Board of County Commissioners I spell rather than to the openingup /; I!' that Campanella. who was relea3'\\ passed a resolution it.-n u,,
in September are H. A. Bishop I the widening of U. S. 301 (TemplE: and accepted by the board on July I Monday. j I of the canal. It was pointed I ed about 14 months ago the turnpike at thl'lr1'\ .-,?' '". '

Jr., present chairman of the! Avenue) now currently undei" 7. Therefor these values were A petition had been filed with out that the canal "is not run I State Hospital at Chattahoochee. Monday and the f'ounc,' II f..

body L. O. Hazen. and James A. Post way by the State Road Depart., declared just and correct. j i the board.\, signed by some 15 prop- j ning" at the present time and I I had been a source of disturbancesin .' suit with similar a< tu.r, 1 r 'h
that for time. The'
Lewis.. Bishop has announced that ment. The oil company claimed I Permission was given A. B. Williams -'crty owners in the vicinity of therefore not taking water out of I I Sheriff vicinity said that some when voun meeting Tuesday aft. n.. .' -

he would not be a candidate for I I that its service station located I to place a Magnolia Hotel I Hampton Lake, asking that a concrete the lake It was predicted that I Uitch opened the store that morning > The resolutions deilir, '! '.

re-election. I James T. (Jimmy i Moore, own. at Temple and Tenth Streets ha!, sign on county property at the i spillway be constructed at with the start of the rainy seasonin I Campanella was standing at the boards have t tV.-i, ,

: : been made inoperative by th<: the mouth of the canal leading September with the possibilityof against thp propo-,. i IF[ >
er and manager of the Pure Service corner of Temple Ave. and Jefferson I thp door and grabbed Ritch by the
I Store | widening project which did noi r out of Hampton Lake in an effort high water in connection with shirt Toll Turnpike and my <
Three-Way Split in Starke. yesterday i St.. subject to cancellation at saying something to the effect -
i paid his qualifing fee as a candidate -i leave enough room for gasoline, any time by the board. i I to raise the mean level of the the fall hurricane seaSOn. propertyowners I I that he was "going to get this bodies and taxnsvrfs I''

I thoii Hake IS inches and to control its around the lake might bf..I of Floiid i < "-ert: '. .
On All Insurance for the Cit Council in the pumps and driveways at !r A delegation representing the joint straightened out It was
,. 1 level in the future. The petition clad to have the canal open tc tl diSCHIII, i I I "t I d! 'fit'
September 9 City Election. Moore station here. The company claim 1 Starke Chamber of Commerce requested i then that Ritch fired at the man's 'I!: )

Voted 'I was the first candidate to announce I'ed $20.000: damages t to their build. an appropriation to tide I stated that the level of the lake take the excess water off. [ feet. all nt'\.oI..l.i it., },. !i ,
BoardThe I
By 1 None of the of the petition .
for the coming electionin 'ing and pavement: (claiming thai t it over temporary financial diffi- was so low at the present time signers Campanella a disabled war T7ie It. it' ( 'I'.b at it! .'.

i which three members of the [! the building would have to bt S i! culties. The request was deniedI that property owners would have was present to speak in its I veteran is I now recuperating in a lay lur h. n ...-tm;'

matter of splitting its insurance City Council will be pickt'll.I razed and rebuilt Also claime'was 'I because of insufficient funds. I| to rebuild their docks and be put ,! behalf. and after a lengthy discussion Jacksonville hospital. It Is believed on rei 0: 1 'x>srv: '

business three ways wa I i ( S2.500.: representing the valuof l ',,' lor il ,- '

up for consideration by the Boardof I Prizes the strip of land taken by th, to a cmb across the sidewalk that way. decided to adopt a "wait i an institution upon his release fxpei'ti'i t"i \\r .1 sin! i I'
CrowdsTo "
County Commissioners at its: .. | A delegation headed by Foster and set' policy and did not take: I
'I new right of way: and an unspecified > entrance to his filling station or I this week

Monday meeting.The Legion DancesThe sum as damages to at I Temple Ave.. as now planned by i i Shi Smith as spokesman appeared any definite action. They seemedto of See Travel Film A N'-". \ "'' ,, f'1I:111',::, "
Board had previously authorized *I | before the board to answer i i feel that a sufficient length I
established business.:: I .
the State Road Department. The .,'.. ,
I 7fl d a'I '"
a three-way split of insurance : weekly dances being sponsored I In its verdict the Federal cowl't matter was referred to J. A. Brewer | the petition and explain their po- time has not elapsed to deter T. H Slade. who made an extensive .
coverage on the county bv the American Legionach disallowed any damages foi'" division engineer of the road I sil1on Mr. Smith stated that if mine whether or not the recent I tour of the West this summer 1.1 II' h<- tiiIblc ; "

buildings and their contents between Saturday night are being attended loss jury of business. Bradford Countythe i I department. j the level of the lake were raised. ', lowering of the lake is beneficial! I provided the program at the ,i' I

the Harold C. Wall Agency. by larger crowds each i to that section of the county. including Club ,. ,
defendant in this case! througl I The county aU rney reported 1 ?s requested it would put extensive Rotary Wednesday showing, 1. 'in.or "' 'I
the Charley E. Johns and week due to the popularity of the the town of Hampton I color motion taken
Agency alongthe
:its attoiney. H. V. Knight. ha<'i "n the American Oil Co. condemnation acreage of his under water. jj j pictures I'd ".. .. ?.. / "Pi'''' '
new dance band. The Su- ? where considerable damage! har
The Conner &: Gay Agency. Letters square routo Thinv>,-t <" I'irfu!
pointed out that the oil rompanj r suit concerning its service j I causing the land. now being used ; "'U' I r .i '
had been receivd from the wannee Rhythm Boys.Another hppr ')I. T h.- n.is t ti 'iiji;: -t ,... ." -.h.' ..'.' ik'i'" >' r 1'1'1.J'
lea (>d the building and thereforehad station property on Temple Ave I .
first {two agencies asking for a popular feature is the as pasture to become valueh-s- 'fi U "*. (' i.f f' i-H "
no rightful claim to remunera i which wa settled in Federal court
postponement of the matter for door prizes! that have been donated
I I tion for loss of biisjnes.I 'last week. The Board adopted a
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each week by merchants and
one month.
I for th I'resolution requesting the Slate -- -
Commissioner Jessie Chastain I friends of the Legion. Last week Among the '
F. C. Holling.worth. Road Department to advance the Local GuardsmenDue '
county were
moved that the matter be laid I prizes were donated by Roberts
t tI Starke real estate agent : J. M county $10.54756: in order to pay
over until the next regular meet. I Jewelers ant) the Florida Theatre H'r
Edwards local I birlding contractor .. the oil company the amount of
ing because of .the illness of Senator The winners were Evelyn Warren.
: and John fleas of the light. damages awarded in the condemi I Back Home '
because of the inability
Johns and
: Hazel Ros.-. Agnes MrKmne. and of-a a\ department State Iloa-1;i nation suit for right of waof V -T
of Mr. Wall to representhis
: Horace McKinnev Department ?. 301 The Road Departnnnt wa -
agency at this time. The mo- 4 _
also to advance th
requested .r'
tion was lost for lack of a second. Sunday MorningLocal

Commissioner Ira Wilson then : Boys Injured When Bicycle Struck county in connection the following with the other acquisition sum ,

moved that the one year policiesnow

carried by the John. agency ; By Driver Charged With Drunkeness\ of To this Hollis' property V. Knight: county at National; Guardsman at

and the Wall agency be included schedule to arrive back in Starke
I torney. $1.000.
the schedule of polices now in I I I Sunday at 9:52: a.m after t\v
in '
Jimmy. and Franklin, 12. liouor causing accident. He wa.' To F. C. Hollingsworth, expert
ffet and that they too be included weeks of schooling and field ;training
( !
Osteen of Route 2. Starke I
were later released under $1,000 bond witness. $200.! \ I
I Ii
in the three-way split. The at Fort McClellan, Ala.
i seriously injured when the bicycle pending trial at the fall term of]1 To J. M Edwards. expert wit
seconded by Commissioner I All of the through
motion men came
on which thy
were riding south I Circuit Court. i i ness. $150. ? I
.T T. Prevail. U.S. 301 into ani i "unscathed" but covered v.ith'r..d
on was run by Ward's companion W. W. Huffof The Road Department was requested i
Voting were Commissioners automobile driven by Carl dust from th) roughest part
yea Ward. Savannah Ga.. was charged to advance the fee
Wilson, Prevatt and L L. Renfroe. I 157. retired railroad man of Jack. I with public Intoxication and wa* expert of the encampment three-day
'I of J. Alvin Register in this cs'e.and '
field last week during the field while the 121th Infantry In above I... B f II..IIZI'D
Voting nay was Commissioner I sonville. later released under $50 bond. j I the Sheriffs fees for serving I! maneuver I Preparing mrss in training srene Sgt

Chastain.: i The accident occurred about 7: Both boys were brought tc summonses and advancing witness I which they jslept two nights in i ii Florida National Guard, wa on a thre- lay doFf demonstrates the proper wa)
j II') p.m. Saturday just south of I 1;Doctors Clinic Hospital for treat- j mileages.This I i I pup tents. ,I bi\ouac at Fort McClellan last week are Cpl. John "pri-.ontr," Pvt. Billy Uodd. dres.sef a* an 'aru.'oOr. -

NEW CONGREGATIONAL .' the Whispering Pines MoteL The I II I ment.. They were thrown 30 or 40 A little shower last Saturday I B. Clark, Sgt. Robert B. Crosby, and Pt. Ocie Me- ." whUV p\t. nan Priest looks on. This Instruction
METHODIST CHURCH request was made pursuant'to
I boys! were riding south on the feet from where the impact oc- : settled the dust and cooled thing Gee. Supervising the cutting of meat for stea' U M part of the Intpn-. \ fi.-ld training the mfLn
TO HOLD REVIVALRev. side of the road and War 's a previous agreement wherebythe i off a bit. The highest temperature
west curred, and each suffered a bro- Road Dpartment waj to adVance Sgt 1-c Otis Crawiord. mess sergeant. an* retching.'
Elmore Williams will conduct car: was travelling north. Tire i ii ken leg, cuts and abrasions and I I so far has been 99.

a series ofrevival services at 1 tracks indicate and eye witnessesI I IT possible internal injuries.! They right-of-way money for the Cpl. Van Priest and Pfc Connie i I

the New Congregational: Methodist I state that Ward's car swerved to!I are sons of W. F. Osteen. ;j 301 widening project to be repaidat I Clark joined the unit last Saturday -i the unit is Sgt. Billy: Dansby whc took in the bright lights of Birmingham tion is described aa excellent

Church on U.S. 301 north of the wrong side of the road, running a later !date by the county. coming from Ft. Jackson, S. i is attending: a radio repair school j: Atlanta, and Annuton All in aU the food ha been
Patrolman I
Highway FUlingim. ;, The Department also I S. C. over the weekend.A very good. The schooling and
Starke beginning Sunday. Aug. h&dInto the bicycle. I was requested -I C. where they graduated from at Ft. Jackson.
under arrest who investigated the accident, i to advance the county the Administrative Clerks Course. For amusement the men have few of the men have contracted training hours have been long
17. Services will be held each Ward was placed
night at g o'clock. The pastor charged with driving while under stated that Ward, at one time'': $SOO as being double the amount i I The only member not attending I I had movies and wrestling m3t.I a slight cold but other and the men are ready f'Ith..

Rev. C. H. Rhoden. will assist! tha influence of intoxicating lived at Brooker. I of the appraised value of the this summer field training with I chej at night and many of them I than that their physical condi- trip home.

The public U tavite4. (continued to page eight) l


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t against In theabo'l
MATTHEWSI I In Circuit fourl. llrnilfortl you therwise th. al'-'d id "
Grandma Driggers who County !' named
spends and ,
riiiriil.i: In ( ham-err. cause and >ni|>l.iint will be t.>:
COUNTY EDITOR I ITELEGRAPH Ii PINE LEVELBy most of her time in bed. She his:: O.iniol! M.i)m,r. IM.tinuff \> Marie I you sour ere in-u-required to er\e a copy <>f d 10\ r.'u.
Or pleading to tlu' .
: Thm halon.e "
been ill several months. M.I.MI.I P..f..ndll't I complaint ,, .
VIEWPOINT i n the Plaintiff'st"ln.y I ,',I. h w. k for t
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PUBLISHER is.N 'MlNolirr A 7. -\.lkll1'. Jr. .
... UffkIII tilt* ISlitlf t 1I
I If The people that were on'' tiirnr. S I I': .
young .
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:McKaa T M ..,.. ._ '< 1111<' <;.nn.'-\ ill. (I graphtnrruiii.,
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f I the program at the Youth Fellowship .1 t I.,' L ,, ,. Y" 11.110..1 tllI l.'thI\
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, AA A ALUVl V11 u iAALA ,, .ur. fl b 'j. .vertex: t f'f, .f 51! : .1.) \ .I n -num.'
r Ad\ertiing Rates I at Pine Level church Friday y : 1
Rates ; t'
: Ri9 .i 1.Ii. ii. .
Subscription ; laL ..dled suit I >r I ; tier k.'' ut i n IrrW at Ibr < M. ut< II'
12.75 Year $1.50 6 Mo. On Application I We were glad to have our pastor.Rev. night were entertained at the j: J. i...1 .- -! ;!!. \ ...,,1-' l' I;, :\1" :1,11 I. ("I' "I.
Hall home of Mrs and Mrs. Tony Gonzales
= and his wife back withus -,
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revival meeting at Mt. Zion Bap-I Among the visitors at c'uirrl-'

Do We Know When We've Won A Victory? tist weeks.church at Webster fur three I: Sunday Green of night Umatilla.were and Mrs.Mr.Anna and ,!
Mrs. Arch Dobbs of the State SAVE A LITTLE EVERY DAY ATc
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fouts Sr. I
Not Farm.
(Apparently Mr. Barker's Resentful Phone-Ringers ) .and Mr. and Mrs H. P. Fouts Jr.1 j
Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. McRae and i.
I -
and children all of Lakeland _
spent i
Comes now .Mr. Richard D. Barker, Flori Well so what? They didn't succeed did I I Friday night with Mr and Mrs. SOn James and grandson. Dann\ "'''''''- !II! <'__ _
da's newly elected Democratic National Com- they? And they won't succeed the next time H. H. Lewis on their way to the afternoon from Scottsboro. Ala i \ /1 ",j." '/ JI /.
mitteeman, and gives out with the information if we act like grownups stay in the par- I! mountain of S C for a vaca McRae arrived home Monday i I
where they visited Mrs. McRae'sparents
that he believes many of the party's ty and fight for what we think is right.i I tion. 'c Mr. and Mrs V. B''
supporters in this state will vote for DwightD Perhaps some feelings were hurt, but thatis Mr sales Ward Of Lakeland Wheeler and family. '
Eisenhower, the Republican presidential small cause, we think, to force us South- atten4t"urch! at Pine Level c T

nominee, in the November general election.Mr. erners into a kind of stupid self-torture I Cove Spr. to take the children i i

Barker then goes on to express dissatisfaction whereby we do unto ourselves (by boltingthe I Sunday night on her way to Green
with the way the Democratic party) the very thing the Young Turk' to the Bible Mission Camp at I
convention was run; dissatisfaction with were trying to force us into. It is more in I I Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall left I

the party's platform; dissatisfaction with the Southern tradition to stay in and fight i I Polk City.IMonday I
the manner in which Governor Stevenson was than to pick up our marbles and go home'I for Dublin. Ga. here he DEAD
nominated; and dissatisfaction with the every time someone makes feeble pass at i will conduct a revival meeting. ;, ////IIIII'-
choice of Senator Sparkman for the vice us. I Mrs. Henry Grooves and daugh LIVESTOCK -
presidential spot. In all fairness to Mr. Bar Perhaps these resentful phoneringerswere I terIrene of Orlando spent the i rot FREE REMOVAL Of DEAD Quantity Rights R.s.rred Prices; Good t6ru Sat, \UR 9
weekend with her sister and CALL
ker, let us hasten to add that he does not calling Mr. Barker to express their dissatisfaction LIVESTOCK
hold the party accountable for the weatherin over the so-called civil rights brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs B'j Phone Gainesville 3330 Collect Low Prices'

Chicago which, we surmise, must have issue. If so, they were playing right into the were M. McRae.:Mr. and Also Mrs. visiting R. C. Groover I Inc. I 152 Call Street
been unsatisfactory too, at times. hands of the opposition party and even thoseof of Brooker and grandson of Mi- 'I FLORIDA ,

In an interview with the Florida Times- our oWn party who have been kicking this I I ami. |II i LiIiT)1fT1I) ; :Slarke, Florida Specials

Union Mr. Barker stated that since his return issue around for years as a troublesome I Mr, and Mrs. Robert MyrICk I ,- _

from Chicago "my telephone has been political football. Both the Republican and I and daughter and mother Mrs REAL FRUIT FLAVOR"Borden's
ringing constantly by people who are expressing the Democratic planks on civil rights triedto Sue Mynck were Sunday guestsof !

resentment and complete dissatisfaction satisfy everyone, and thereby satisfied no the H. M. McRaes.Mr. Emulsorized Vegetable Shortening
over what took place at the Chicago one. Some writers declared the Democratic and Mrs. J. Johnson and

convention." plank was stronger than the party's 1918 j daughter of Maimi were recent I Can

If we knew Mr. Barker's number we'd version, and: others interpreted it as weaker.No | visitors of Mr. and Mrs. \\'. C. ;. SNOWDRIFT 3 79CI
make his phone ring just one more time to matter what the platforms say, it will be I j Conner and Mr. and Mrs. J. L'1

ask "What goes on here?" Unless we have a long time yet before compulsory FEPC i|I Conner and other relatives! at! : .
been completely misled by the television passes the U. S. Senate, and you can mark Starke 1 I --
screen and by written reports of what took that one down in the book. Therefore we do 'I Mr and Mrs H H. Lewis were 1i'I i I Donald Duck Superfresh
place in Chicago it appears to us that our not think that Mr. Barker's phone ringers visiting Mi andIrs. RobertLamb
Southern segment of the party came off very could be using their resentment over the and Miss i Rosa Geiger of I Quart
well indeed in its historic tussle with the Democratic plank on civil rights as a basis Green Cow Springs and on their I AYONNAIS I S E 49C

more liberal or radical, if you please for their Republican switch. In fact. the I r-, ---_____
elements of the party. What foundationthen planks of the two parties sound very much
do these disgruntled Democrats have alike on this issue. Some jokester could doa i; APLACfi- II LIME' 'PINEAPPLE ORANGE 'II Tropical Brand No. 303 Con 4 ftC

for their so-called resentment? quick switch and it would probably be days : TO LIVJE-/ I IL'TANGERINE RASPBERRY j II TOMATOES

Iloscoe Drummond, one of the more able before anyone would notice the difference. 't A i iQ --, II
and objective of political pundits points out No we do not think the civil rights plank I I I ,
the following major decisions on which the could cause anyone to become resentful I _I.... Lk .r- Gold Medal
conservatives (i i. e. Southerners) prevailedat enough to ring Mr. Barker's telephone. I I I"' ;. ."
the Democratic National Convention : Again we quote from Roscoe Drummond : I r."o'" .. "TI
I \ # i. i Plain or S. R. Lbs.
1. They prevailed when the contention "The most significant fact which emerges I l"'r t- '.. --- r F FLOUR 5 4'Ci
virtually rescinded the "Iualt'lllf'tl-e:; ," which from the Republican and Democratic conventions i .,,' _- ;.i"
had been rushed, through at 1 o'clock one is that both parties rejected their I I I I I' .

morning, and later permitted the seating of own extremist I I _
I Luncheon Meat
all Southern delegates whether they took the "The nomination of Dwight D. Eisenhower -I i
diluted pledge or not. strengthened and widened the center of i is --,"-::::' ,

2. They prevailed on certain critical, con- the Republican Party. It weakened the influence I, I PREM Swift's 1 Oz. Con
Yes real fruit Z 39C
tro\erslal points in the" platformhich omitted of the reactionary, ultranationalistmen nn't easy to find these days. So if you i you gel e
flavor in Borden's Sherbct-
reference to an FEPC and took up very of the Old Guard who sought to use the have one. Ac good care of iL See that
fire hazards areelimma'ed. Do smooth, smooth tex
allow plus
gingerly how the filibuster could Ite restrained candidacy of Senator Taft to get full control not ;
In the Senate. of the GOP. They failed. rubbish to accumulate in cellar or attic I ture. Choose Orange, Lime, Tropical Blue Rose Lbs.
Insure your home to Ltj! yalue.
3. Th ry prevailed in,, the nomination of "The nomination of Governor Stevensondid Ask us about rent and rental talue l insurance Pineapple, Tangerine or RICE .3 39CB
ioirrnor ll'n'n'lon.huw strongest opposition i- the same thing, in reverse, to the Demo- which in case of a destructive I Raspberry.; All five are coding -

came from certain labor leaders and cratic Party. It strengthened and widened I fire will pay the rent for other quarters refreshing delicious! "- ....... _
their political spokesmen, like Senator Hubert its political center. It weakened the influ- while repairs are being made. And Enjoy them for home dessert

Humphrey of Minnesota and Senator Herbert ence of left-wing and labor forces -- the all- don't overlook protecting your' property to top salads and fruit : Aunt Jemima White
lA'hman of New York, who thought him ton our Fair Dealers who sought to use the with windstorm hail explosion and I cups and as a midafter- I
convervatixe,on some issues. The other forms of insurance coverage. Ask noon refresher at favorite -
Important candidacy of Averill Harriman and. if necessary abcut the I your I
us new ComprehensivePersonal
first choice of the Fair-Deal's It'ftin was of Senator Kefauver to get full con Lability!. policy which protects !t fountain or at home.

:Mr. Harriman; its second choice was Senator trol of the party. They failed. you against !lawsuits Arumg from accidents CORN
Kefamer. It "got" neither and halt to acceptMr. "The political forces which brought about suffered by other, for which you MEALSuper
: Stevenson even as President Truman himself the Stevenson decision in Chicago were sub- might be held responsible. This agency
got on the band wagon: just before it was stan ially the middle-road, less-than-all-out it equipped to render you complete!
too late. in you
Fair Deal leaders of the
Party. ( Grog Hous Xe pm;
4. The moderates also prevailed in the "Labor does not like the fact that Mr. t

nomination of Senator John J. Sparkman as Stevenson never has come out for repeal of w 'c
the \ice-presdcntial| candidate a Xorl h- the Taft-Hartley Act. He has advocated H. C. Wall AgencyConstant LBS. u'
South ticket which \Irluall)' guarantees that discriminating revision, as has General Eisen-
there will I* no party bolting/ the South hower.
The professional liberals don't like
as there was four >ears ago. the fact that Service Over ISordensThere's :
eWe Governor Stevenson has been I 60 Years- Feature eJ I J
critical of
a compulsory FEPC and has I Please Phone 11G
cannot help but wonder just what all warned
against the over-centralization of a Borden Dealer: Near Yoa
these people, who are said to be calling Mr. power in Washington. i I

Barker on the telephone to express their "No single group within the Democrat '-"T .__, ."_ =-
"resentment and dissatisfaction over what r
Party brought about the Stevenson nomina
took place at Chicago," are talking about. tion and this is why he felt he could truth Two Big Carloads Fresh Ripe Cuban

We wish they'd be more specific. Is it just fully say that under his leadership it would 1 1 a 1 Firm, Ripe AVOCADOPEARS

that they're provoked that Senator Russell l lIe 'not a labor party not a farmers Hart Y.
did not the nomination? We think "
got not.
not an employers party'. ; ., -
As much as most of us would have been That is why we feel that the South can !;1' -- 'LOPES

)pleased to see that happy circumstance, it take a full measure of pride in the nomination a er

can hardly be said that Russell's failure way of Governor Stevenson. Without the \ nlT
unexpected. If not Russell who then? powerful bloc of Southern \'otewhich was:; c For For
Are these resentful phone-ringers sore because instrumental in bringing about this: wholesome \ 2 19C 3 15C
the convention picked Stevenson instead : compromise the nomination might -

of Harriman or Kefauver? We think easily have gone to Harriman or Kefam, ; ooBo --__ T __ -
not. Not, that is, if they're in their right That is why we cannot understand the attitude .
mind. There seems to be almost unanimous Sealdsweet FrozenORANGE
of these: chip-on-the-shouldcr: Democrats ,
; Your Choice! Mix 'Em !
agreement that Stevenson was the best who would sacrifice the party's wel- Up
choice perhaps even the only choice that
fare to salve: some real or imagined personal JUICE
could have made with and reasonable hopeof wounds.: rl

victory in November. That is why we wish that those "resentful i l ,
Perhaps then the "resentful phoneringers" phone-ringers" who are said to be giving Ace-Hi Frozen 1 0 CAN: 99c
are miffed because the Young Turks Mr. Barker such a rough time of it. would bea

pulled a loyalty pledge on the Southern statesin little more specific. Just what we feel 7 .p\

what has been widely interpreted as an we are entitled to know are they resentful -' GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
attempt to force the South out of the party. about ?

1I() l'IT.\I, \IHnSSIOXS: ,
Ien's Cloth.in The following; patient nav needs CONCRETE U. S. Grade Good
( \\1 L ALVAREZ' STORE I1II pavementHIGHWAY I I Baby Beef
Established lS9J II IIU..Iiu. been adnn'el to Dort ir" (-"I''
I Hospital ''!'turns :'111> past .vc.-k or Lb.
Mr.Lulu <_;nff'S Ra mrd Frank SIRLOIN -BONE STEAK 19C
+unt !in and Jimi'ue t isteen and Ronald traffic has increased steadily in weight

Lee Magyar all n Starke Yet for more than a quarter ot a

From where I sit... ly Joe Marsh century thousands of miles of portland cement con- U. S. Grade Good Baby Beef

crete Pnementhate continued to render uninterrupted,

Let Us Thoroughly low-annual-cost/ sen ice-while earning most of the Good Lb.

Wash Your Clothes i heauest traffic ear after \ear. CHUCK ROAST 59CU.

Well, What Do You Know 9 Pounds 'I Concrete meets every exacting requirement of mod

I i ern highway traffic. It lasts for decades. It urns little
For 40c! S. Grade Good
!i to maintain. Its priliy texture is geared to tires for
Do you believe in a bunch of old From where I sit, Dad's stateI' FREE Bleach If Desired! ; quick, safe stops. It increases; highwayisibilit\.
tales about lightning-about how ment applies to a lot of things besides temple Ave. Stack' I What's more meets these requirements Good Lb.
concrete ROUND STEAK i5c
it's attracted by cats or the warmth lightning. Too many peopleof .
economically. That's of interest to who the
cattle..how it never strikes in think they know their neighbor' you pay
the same place twice...or how it's wrong when he votes for his candidate \ bills-you, Mr. Motorist. It's your gasoline taxes your ,
liable to turn milk sour! Lots of instead of theirs. Some people i We Will license fees and other taxes that pa)' for paving. Insist

people often do-but they're wrong. even resent our right to enjoy Dry Your Clothes I on concrete pavement: to get the most for your paving; MAR-GOLD Colored I LAND O'SUNSHINE
Dad Hawkins inspired this column a friendly glass of beer if and : dollars.
today. He's really studied up when we choose. Opinions based on i For 20c

oa lightning since his own cow misinformation and prejudice, instead la New ,\Automat Driers! PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION MARGARINE BUTTER E
barn was struck that time. of being "grounded" on true i

"Trouble U, most of us don't facts can cause more damage than 307 Mortgage Guarantee lldg, Atlanta 3, GeorgiaA ,
boy half enough abont the subject lightning ever did. notional organization to improve and extend the uses of portland cement Lb. Lb.
," Dad I&YI.nd about half The Washeteria and concrete through tciennnc research and engineering field work 19C 79C
of what we do know is falser"Ceps 0"it.twl

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uo WSCS Circles on Martha Drummer was givn Recent Birth Ga.

D by Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and Mrs. Titus -

1l Janet Met This WeekThe Olson. Mrs.; Wood gave a study. Mr and Mrs .1? M. Vickers an Mr and Mrs. \V o, Collinsn
on "Clouds of the Bible".
Me-.N.h.t} W.S C.SS held nour.it the both: (''f a daughter. ,>uiuthe, birth of a daugl'Shu ::

I their Aiigu-t; meetings the first cf. Mrs.The next meeting will be with' Jean Mane, on July 31 :n the :McCoy : 'lev La done, on Jul2: !f'
: the \vekCircle Bertha Pearce on Sept. 1. ,
Collins 1 Jackson Hospital. Folkston. Doctors Clinic Hospital
Circle 4 met at the home of
tS 1 met in the Kingsiey Mrs. F.V.. Strickland July 31
+ Lake home I
of Mrs Carl Johns on .
with 11 members
and 3
Gladys Mooty Tuesdav .ornmg Mrs. J. L. Anderson i visitors I !
Weds t present. The group enjoyed a delicious See Us For Your
Phone 35 Pre: uled! in the absence of:
41 picnic supper and several
. Mrs L A Davis, circle leader.
,. d U U 6 I went swimming before the meet
Mrs H H Adams gave the devotion -I
ing. It was decided to undertake Generator and Starter
Beta Sigma Phi I Birthday Party Wesley I closing with prayer. Mrs. furnishing a nursery and room
Titus Olson talked
on Fellowship.
Blume has been provided for it
For Jarvis I by the
Members of the Beta Sigma Phi :, Mrs M.V.. Cressler from the< board. A committee' was nomma. ,

eorcTity will meet Monday evening Jarvis Elume was honored on ThomasMrs. .i(Weslf'\an Service Guild, w aa I ted to j investigate the needs of Voltage Regulators Checked
guest The hostess assisted
at the home of Barbara her twelfth birthday anniversary by I the nursery and present it at the !!
her "Isle I. Mrsv.. E. Torode,
Barksdale at 8 o'clock for their at a party given by her parents served delicious refreshments. next meeting i iI I

monthly meeting. Sara Williamswill Mr. and Mrs. Everett Blume in t Circle 2 met Monday afternoonin Mabel "'h[; head presented an STARKE
of Md. the interesting program GENERATORIAND i
Bessie Louise Collins Federalsburg announces
be cohostess.FRIG1DAIRE. their home at the State Farm, !. the home of :Mrs: I. p. Shepherd I
marriage of her daughter. Janet, to Wesley Thomas son of Mr and with I
Monday, Aug. 4. 14 members and a visitor :Mrs.
I Mrs. Nick Thomas of Starke. The wedding took place Saturday Mrs. Jim Stewait, Fillyaw and son.I STARTER WORKS :
present. '
The birthday cake was deco Chip left Thursday for !
evening July 26, at 8 o'clock in the First Baptist Church with Rev.L. Chairman. :Mrs.: J. H. Ritch Lawton
rated in white and pink and was II openedthe .Okla. to join Mrs. Fillvaw's hus. I
D. Haines officiating Pictured above is the wedding party (left meeting with Mrs. 'I' 210 Walnut St.
I cut and served with punch. Later prayer i band, cpl Fillyaw who is stationed ( Formerh VnrierM\ (Garage; >

THERE'S JUST ONE I in the afternoon a weiner roast I to right): Lester Thomas, best man; Wesley Thomas, bridegroom; 'IE.I K. Perryman acted as treasurer then Cpl, Filhaw! will b.discharged .- PHONE 22* "T.VKKE, FT.Ed ..\. '

Janet Collins, bride, and Josephine Johns, maid of honor. in the absence of :Mrs.: J. H f,, Hunt
FRIGIDAIREMade was enjoyed.Mrs. I 'm ei! .r f'ruary ( II. I). RogerFlo. ;
Fields. Birthday greetings were: .
Blume was assisted in serving -
I --'--- ---
I extended to Misses Annie Darb' -

only by General by Mrs. C. D. Sellers. I and Kate Struth. .. -I:.. --

Motors Corp. All other I Mrs. T. J. Griffin gave th. devotional -

Electric Refrigerators are Presbyterian CirclesCircles I closing with prayer115:-

made by other companies 'Kate Struth gave an interests'
: 1 and 2 of the Womenof r
and cannot use the word I'reading on "Martha Drummer ,

Frigidaire. the Presbyterian Church will Study in Achievement with (
'meet at the home of Mrs. E. Women".
1\1.1 Well, the Call Street teen-age Edwina McBtth:: I
Davis Tuesday night, Aug. 12, I I The hostess assisted hh ,
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE I 18 o'clock. gals are certainly get tin' a break These sudden August thunder I
'j Griffin and Mrs. Richanle ami! /J
handsome ,
i this week with all these
I, \
storms have certainly making
? ? young Junior baseball players in I s I :Miss: Struth, served an iced l lmis< f
I CARD OF THANKS news around these! parts Tuesday II
the social hOur.
THEN SEE town Spec the local p. o.vill! during ,
I? We wish to thank our many have a rush of mail after the boys afternoon lightning struck I Circle 3 met with )11 A Z

I friends for their kind expres go back home, as some budding the W. G Haile house and knockedthe | Adkins at Kingsley Lake :Monda-
sions of sympathy and for the ,, young+romames are bound to water spigot off at the cornerof afternoon. Busines \\.i- ",iduii ,

beautiful flowers in the death of!!!blossom Attendance at the I the house, as well as severa'1boards (
i ted by the leadei :M'V"liu! >
and Temple Ave. our daughter, Melva Irene Me- State Tournament games has been I The Hailes were a' Wood The mission.ti\! inoyiuiGlow

Starke, Fla. Kinney. :Mr. and Mrs A. L. good and if the rain just holds home at the time and Mrs. H.

and off little longer, everything will
Goodge family. a says she was "scared to death",

be perfect |I Still shaking several hour
Hear that Tom an' Dave Long, '
afterward At the same timt
sons of the T. T. Longs, both won r
lightning also struck three trees Grade A
high award badges as the bet all- .
THEATRE in the back of Wallace Thigpen'a -
around campers at Camp Carson, FRYERS 52C
Dr. and
1 .
house near Conway's airport.
which attended
STARKE I near Hershey Pa. they l, Dr.LB.
Last Friday afternoon a
for two weeks last month YOU canLIi1

Only five boys out of the 140 sudden squall came up at Kings .
Dedicated To Community Service"Movie attending received the coveted ley, J. H. Ritch was untying their

Are Better Than Ever"' badges, and the Longs copped two boat while Ann Johns was in it Quick Frozen Heady To Fry

of them! Virginia Crews has trying to start the motor A ;
Sat., Aug. 9 ONLY Sun.! :Mon. Aug. 10, 11 heard from! husband Hobo to the big wave came up- and swamped fc Issue I !

DOUBLE FEATUE DORIS DAYShell effect that he's been transferred the craft turning it o\"er. I an WHITING! 2 Lbs'15c

from Southosen, Germany to Augs- 'Twas over Ann's head, but they ,
.(A SLASHING F/GH1 TO THE winning your '
j .
V l berg managed to save boat and motor 22 FEATURES .
loudest applause I Overheard Inez Green (Mrs. -lost only a paddle and a can !
Lloyd>)> tellm' some friends abouta of worms 11-,1:

I Il"G I lovely pound cake and some See Drew Reddish bark around]I i ISSUF *. 'O'rCaNkfaRI Lh
\I Winniream" plum jelly that was given her last -- T - sse
six weeks training -
after finishing a I
I \ i week'by tvu of her admirers llr.J J
Oft\ stint at ROTC camp, Fort : I II
Said there was only one woman I
Eustis, Va. Congrats to Melba the 9q
fin I Starke who could make a cake '' I r
t .IU w I I as good as that, and only one :.vho an' Inman Green --- it'a first time 36" "'I' i Christmas {
daughter born Aug. 5 at Alachua you try
makes such' delicious Now 1.1 ;; '
t :1t ,
I ;
tiG: I Hear that Gifts .
p General
Hospital fom
lASH LARUE fUllY Sr 1HH Flo\ \\ f X05. I've been up in the air ever sincetrying IT'S QUICK-IT'S EASY- Frosty l / yDrinks ,,
( Airman 2-c Roswell Kelly of i : YOUR tUMMA 1! -i"+!' .
;'''' I P .. ; 1 to figure out who's who i _
maim 't:: Brooker graduated recently from IT'S FUN-with
b1 I \\ Tallest fish story of the week: ,
a TOM NEu the jet mechanics special schoolat
Laurie is to have
Lovejoy reported
This >r'dmental Lion" Car
.. )J mi mm "Tt'mlt Chanute Field, Ill. in the upper
L'i" caught an eight-pound trout byhand" I 1 1
ADVINTUtl rtOOUOON.AND toon and Latest News 20 per cent of the class He "'
in front of the Bryant Car-
-. rol cottage Tuesday of last week. reports Aug. 16 to the 306 Bomber

----- Tues., Wed. Aug. 12, 13IU.I Dorothy Ford appeared on} the Wing Mac Dill Field, Tampa.
Cinderella Weekend TV show.I I Well, seems to be all for now _
Sa Ibi16.oA. ; z -- .
>s ,I Thursday night of last week in So long See you at the ----. _""L'!
TtUUt tournament I LHjJELUEHT.: .\
j Jacksonville Won second place, j
0 M with prizes of lovely ventilated i Carolyn. Scott Paper
'MASON OAIIIEUXKNNIE clothes hamper and bath scales PEACHES E S

COUIMBIAftcnMSMI """ Plus! "Leaps and Bounds" Cartoon Was sponsored by the local Baseball Hero Story

JANEO'BRIEN.WYA and Latest News Hotpoint dealer, E. A. Winkler

See Myrtle Haislop pinch- Portrayed In Film : TflWFH Lbs.
hittin' at Driggers while Nita1!
At Florida Theatre I 5 49C
T. J.
'IL. '
>>\jtaacr 'Iriminal I Dobbs is on vacation ._ !
dine Griffis is the new Geral'I'I !' T: r r, \
v Doris Day. Ronald Reagan and
( latvvri; Thur., Fri. Aug. 14, 15i : hear on the local telephone Frank Lovejo are to-starred in ,._ ?. Roll 41C
board Add vacationers with gt4
i ( I io'axq I ALIFOUNIA )
"The Team", film
Winning a new
)L nmrau\ .MIBOU'noiaw jr ]I out definite plans so far): Thel-! of'' ;:
OMINGI = based on the amazing career
ma Dinkins an' Del Colley S EELlsS19C
*Aral. fM t M i KM kM.vm WM Grover Cleveland Alexander our I
I I Always nice to see some of the 4+od
Plus "Sleepy Time Pos. um" Cartoon "old timers" back along Call of baseball's greatest'; heroes. $ Xwuleepnl

and "FlyIng Disk Man"Serial Street Cliff Chancey, one of With Reagan as Alex the story 'I
follows the Nebraska farm boy
?Q the "baseball; greats" of Starke in per setWE LARGE
: the minor leagues, hi.-
the through
days was a guest of I I .
Plus "Goldilwk and Jhin Bears" Bill Graham at the Rotary Club marriage to his childhood sweet
Cartoon !Wednesday Seems the Chan- 'heart, his battlefront exploits ir : ) e-Li-: AVOCADOSMarcal

ceys, who now live in Apalachi- World War I, his setbacks and: the -

I I cola are vacationing and spent a triumphal comeback when he I
I couple of days this .week at Kings-; pitched the underdog St. Louis Hudson For
ley with Mrs. Chancey's niece i I Cardinals to the World Serier 2 19C
Murla (Weeks) Bennett Mrs i I victory against the New York

Chancey is remembered here as i Yankees in 1926.

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Box Office Opens 7:15 I'.M.: Show Starts 8:00 P.M. !


Fri. Sat. Aug. 8 9 I

I THANK YOUWe lona 15 Lb. Bag $4.63

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1 have enjoyed doing business

.-.BRODERICK CRAWFORD.* with / I Armours Corned Beef Lb. Can
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I This "Greener Yard" (artoon ; We want your business again, ... PHILLIPS ALL GREEN

J'lu'4 "MRS.")l\kC'D II.Cartoon, Blynkrn C. KELLY and Nod" \, MRS.)) J. W. IIOKNE, !, would and to like merit for you your to, good tell yourabout will, LIM A B E A N S 2 No. 2 Cons 25C

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Sun...,Aug. 10 -. ONLY Wed., Thur. Auff. 13: 1 11 I 1 1I I Ivory. Med. Bar I.arge PackageSilverdust For Dishes Bottle

fl..J.....' Soap, 3 for 23c i 28c Joy 30c

MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE hory. Large PkgHt'::. Bar
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Oceans of Suds .
Lge. Pkg.Tide
Snow 27c Sweetheart 3 for 23c
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:: 0a Marvelous Lge.LRC.. PkR.30c. Bath UarLifebuoy

c G L. C. CH EWS. OWNER Vel 2 for 23c Shortening 3 IJ>.

1 r i I / Super Pksf.27c. Spry 85c

1 1AS 1t i 1 Suds A & FOOD STORF
I Toilet Soap reg bar :3 for

Angel Soft Facial 400's
The Great Atlantic: and Pacific Tea Co Coma 23c

$ I Tissue 25c Entire Contents Copyrighted 1950 y
R i R 300 East Call St.
1 PlusPavk Your Troublt"S"Cartoon
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sit A I t, Formost Toilet Roll New Imp. Lge. P kg.

I Tissue I5c Prices in this ad effective thru Trend 2crr /

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For Others.Fords Chevy's Pontiac's And

Complete with Adjust- C<) OC COUPES SEDAXS COACHES Foot-Pedal Automobile .95 It \TTERYPowerful
able Charcoal Fire Box i U*'** Plastic Fibre Chain Drive $21.95 Speedily Heats Small $1 2 $ .00 ij'
5 0 I
Semi-Numatic Puncture urue. Full
I Tripod. Jacket holds Rooms Supplies S750B.T.U. Ample Heat for 2 to 4
1.95 $4L.9S Proof Tires Ball] Bearing Per Hour ALL STEEL Rooms Spriker (
Water For Cooking Reg. $19 I Wheels A BODY Base and Top Black Baked- -.- 3SG liP to Engineered C I
Enamel] 42 Hour on .a Fuel I OH or
Ice For Refrigeration. $49.50 Sturdy Steel Construe$35.00 on Air Dlstrlb.utlon Automatically KEROStNK \\ill give you ,.
YOU MAY FIND A SET TO FIT' VALUE! regulates and aids combus- Smart Sturdy Steel Top Might E
-YOUR CAR! tion. abinet Porcelain Enamel] Finished. ment i
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Carter's Ink (2 oz) blue, black 6c

Leaf Design Pickle Dish 6c Rotary Mowers Cut Both $139-95
6c Lawns and High Weeds -
Measuring Cups -
Blades Do Clean, Even Mow
Butter Dishes 6c TER ISi&
ing. No Stems Left Stand-
8 oz. Tumblers, Shells 6c ing' Lightweight and
Bowls & Creamer 6c Easy Maneuvering

[J i Plates (1 doz.) 6c

Cookie Cutters 9c

Salad Bowls 14c

White Enameled Dippers 19c SUPER VAC PUMPS
Refrigerator Dish Covers. 19c

Scrub Brushes 19c Portable Vac Pump High
Inch Iron Skillets 19c Capacity Ideal For Filling $26-95
Tanks, Drums, Draining Ditches
Bath Tub Soap Dishes 19c
or Ponds Pumps up to 1000 Gallons per
Vacuum Bottle Stoppers 19c hour at 30 strokes per minute.
Jiffy Picture Hangers 19c

Aluminum Cake Turners lie

Enameled Utility Pans 29c

Enameled Collenders 29c
1-2 PT. ,
Whiz Speedy Metal Polish. 29c
Bath Room Plungers 29c '

White Vitrous Saucers, (6) 29c

Invalid Bed Tables! 5.35 val $2.98' PicnickingMetal .
Kits 29c
Plastic Repair -

Rubber Tank Balls 29c
Boat Seats, 6.00 val. $4.95
Divided Plastic Picnic Plates 39c Metal Boat Seats, 4.00 val. $2.95

Coffee Filters 39c Wooden Boat Seats, 4.00 val $2.19 _

9 Inch"Steel_Skillets 39cFlat Large Beach Balls, 1.75 val 1.19 A Message From The Salesmanager The Entire Stock of the

;; Enameled Pans '39c .1 Wading Pool. reg. 9.95 $6.95 You: folks] don't know me, and what is more this i is unimportant.

'10 "In."Round' White Enam. Pans"39c- |J UT: a din .Pool I, reg. 13.25 9.95) .., -. TII E I am NATIONAL representing SALES here SYSTEM, ]hot hMr.OF Derrick.NEW and YORK Supply Turned Over t\\

'Hudson Spray Guns 39c Swim Wing Floats 49c 1\lr. Derrick: many of you know personally, many more knowS

Whiz Paste Cleaner 39c ?n Glasses, val.I to 1.00 49c The National him thru] Sales THE System FARM had, HOME its start&in AUTO New SUPPLY York State with SALES SYSTEM

6 In.utility Hammer and Fishermen's Hats and Caps Yz Price but two men. In a period of twenty years it has developed into
an organization of upward to 50 times as in the
Emergency Gasoline Cans $2.98 many men
Screw Drivers 59cJohnson's I' field] alone, in 32 States and Canada. A company can grow to Wlt
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a such proportions, and enjoy the reputation do, htwo ORDERED SOLD
Glo-Coat ( ) 59c we now
pts. Landing Nets, 3.00 val. $2.49 factors only, and they are }HONEST dealing with both the mer .
Johnson's Cream Furn. Wax 59c Landing Nets, 2.50 val. $1.98 chant and the consumer, and TRUTH ADVERTISING.(! p rlc
Large Enameled I Pans 59c Landing Nets, 2.00 vat I $1.49 these two factors In mind as you read the amazing values on wise This store is contemplating a dirt,
these II. dollar]1 has I
pages. our not lost its value.I HERE IT and l.nlnATI](
department now
Enameled Pans 59c Washable Beach Pad & Pillow IS \ orth3.. 4 and 5 are
11 In. White \ even time what you expect for it In you. Look at these prices remember th
Ken-Nile Polish (P t s.) 59c Attached, 6.00 val. $3.98 where all my, more experience for their I money.have never offered PAl to L (people H00\'any ERR and then III STI,F voursdf I t to the Gr

Metal Dish Drainers 59c Beach Bags 99c -

Whistling Tea Kettles 59c Salt Water Spear, 5.00 reg.' $2.95

Whisk Broom (good qual.) 59c 11 Ft. All Metal Spear & Gig $6.95
11.95; Reg.
3 Qts. Triple I Enameled I Pots 79c Salt Water Feathered Jig with

Dutch Boy Enameled Bread<'< box 79c Hook, a 65c value 15c I
3 Qt. Covered Pots 79c Steel Casting Rods 39c
Store Closed All Thi
Mail Box 79c Day
Aluminum -
(Magazine Holder( ) A PLUG VALUED at $1.40 FREE All Sales R FI Merchandise!

With Every $10.00 Purchase of the
Filters 79c
Glass -
Ironing Board Cover 79c Following Fishing Items: SALE STARTS FRI
Pride Furn. Polish (free mitt) 79c CT.AI.MIXGS; Bucket Bait Nets Bait Dip
Butchet Knives (steel blade) 99c Nets. Landing NetsEVERGLADES t AT 10 A.
:Mfg Co. Lures & Floats
8 In. Super Aluminum Skillets 99cWhite FALLS BAIT CO. Shimmy Poppers Fly Baits Unless Otherwise SpecifiedREPOSSESSED Open Friday & Saturday

Enameled Tea Kettles 99c GILLIAMS: Fly Bails-Jeffs Oriirinal] Rubber ,. ,. .
Baits LULU{ BUGS LUTZ Pork Rind r. ... tit '-', '_,'S;..'f".i,._. !!to' .. '-- "u ':i-. .-._. ,-. -- ...-. ,. """ --.':
4 Cup Royal Chef Perculators $1.99 PAUL KUXYAX BAIT CO. Bunyan "66". Baby
Shiners: Lines RodsPECKIXPAUGH
Proof Glass Ov' Roast' 1.94
Heat n rs Pecks I Poppers:, Snake Doc
Kordite Deep Freeze Supplies tars: Paw Paw Baits FOOT
PERRIXE Automatic Fly] Reels 1 GLASS ( ASTN(1 ROD \ ALI E u 7.95
1 PIONEER REELS Pioneer Iroquoise 1 REEL \ ALUED @@ 12.50:
10 In Royal Chef Skillet WORTH Swivels TACKLS Shelled Hooks. Snaps & 1 LINE \ ALl EO @ 1.65; DEEP FREEZE ( .\11 $319.00 1

with Cover $3.19 TUnX-\-GIUPGlassHods-YAXKEERODS ALL FOR 51695
St35.00\\ithTerms ed
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Aluminum Finest Insulation. Sealed Refrigeration Melded
Extra Heavy
Skillets $3.29 STEEL Cabinet Porcelain Enamel Intenoreparate:,
Compartments Haskets Stores up to 490! IDS of
Costing Rod Reel I Line $
White Enameled g.95
I Food. Refrigeration unit }Hermelicalh i SealedForced
Steel I S a I Water Rods $6.95
Dish Pans $1.29 $13.50 Reg. VALUED AT $19.50 Air Condenser.r .

All Metal Ironing Boards $9.95 Glass Casting Rods $4.95
Ironing Board Pad & Covers $2.95 11
25'( D.D.T. Pestroy $1.98
Carpet Sweepers, 6.95 val. $4.39 Reg. $5.98 Gal.

Spinning World Globe 6.95 reg 3.49 5 Gal Can Asbestos Fibre

, Electric Broiler (reprossessed) Roof Coating $4.35
1 ONLY, 18.95 value $7.95 Luminall'Water Paints, gal. $2.89 i1

Invalid Bed Tables, 5.35 val $2.98 Dog Harness $3.19

Broil King Electric Roaster Dog Collars 69C I

A 12.95 val, handle lost in Garden Hand Duster 79c

Shipping $6.95 Grass Hooks 49c

Volcano Elec. Roaster-Toaster Tennis Nets $1.59

Coffee Grill $3.95 Guitar Cases 97C A

Curtain Stretchers, 9.95 val. $6.98 Grass Catchers, 2.19 reg. 97c

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EE WITH Car Thor Auto STEAM 0 MATICELECTRIC -,- Belly Band Harness

SET C I A D I RON IRON Bits -. 29c

e\v Easily Attached $18.75 Makes Ironing a heatless To our knowledge this is $ .95 Soft Ball Gloves, 5.9 5 val 4.95 Steel Hames $2.98
Gives of Shade
Toned- Plenty
Pleasure Instead of a $69.00 the lowest price ever of$59.95 12 Catchers Mitt 6.95 val -1.3i' aloe
arefullyasis without interfering with Vision Hot Chore '- Iron every fete on an Automatic 4.95Official

CASH Sturdy Steel Construction Per Thing from Sheets to Steam Iron. Penetrate I Amer. Lea g. Ball 2.98NonOfficial Work Bridle $2.95
manent Baked On Enamel Glare Shirts with 99.95 :VS1995
ears oftertain half! the ing Super Heated Steam
ONLY Proof Or You Can Paint to Match work in one-third less Reg. Saves Hours of Ironing VALUE Base Balls 1.98 Cow Halter $1.69
-- cuts
time Controlled HeatUse full pressing
roll or ends bill -- dry or wet ironing. Base Ball Bats 1.49

'_M __ ,. ,. '. ,. ',__ Horse Halter I $1.89
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SO Ft. Rule Tape 97c

Electric Soldering Iron 2-69 AUTO PARTSA. -

1-4 In. Electric Drill
J4.95 A. I';. Air I'leaner Flexible
Oil l FiltersOil Lines Furl! I ump..
Bricklayers Level 9.95 Kits Spark niter Elements. Fuel) Repair
rings J } ,
(ALL STEEL Gasoline;
) Compound Strainers.Gauges .
ACME Trailer Accurate Starter Ktmes
/ ALEMITE Hitches. ]Hitch} Halls
Equipment. ,
ALPHAdd Fiumi
Core *
AMEKICAX; Solder, Body Solder
I! r .. $ BOCH Voltage,:: Regulator*
TV TENNA j.19 A\0'1'inshicld Wiper
Hose, Skin Cleanser Arms. (Haiti's

Hives Same Reception at ARROW Armatures. Gcner, to
Any Height At'TOLITE Bulls r c. Starter-
Eliminates Static Passes Under Trees, ANTOPLl'SE E>e Seal Ream RJub.s
Bushes without Touching AITO Electric Fuel Pumps
B. ('. A. Rail Hearings Drednaught: Jacks
13E\Df\ 'Drives)
i Heaters
ROHXALITE (('la\\:cn & Hals
Pistons ) Engine liearings -
AUTOAccessories ('.MEL, Tire ]Roots. Water Pumps
Patches Cement Friction
Rubber Tape; ,
'lamps Tape, Tube Repair Kits.

C :\
Repair Kits Gasoline Carburetor Gaskets; !
CLEARTOXE, ; Mufflers
Car Top Pole Carriers, $2 val $1.69 ( OHBl Hose Clamps (Gutted)

Strawberry Center Tags 69c CRESCENT (Wiry Joe) Cables 1
(Advertise Starke) High Tension Wire > U
Curb Signals, $1 val 69c DOAN 1 MatsD'I'ONT Motor' Mounts, Grommets, Pedal Pods.

Auto Dash Trays, 1.50reg $1.19
Vizor Vanity Mirrors 75c Wash Cooling System
val 49c CoolingSlstem Sealer. Cleanser!'
Car Radio T.V. T enna, $2 val $1.39 her Dressing, Cement Windshield Mend. Rub
frigerator Sealer.' Re
Plastic Pennants (fla. & Starke) 19c Speedy Wav.Polish Se ,enite Xo., 7 Polish Cleaner
8 Volt Back Up Lights, $2.79 ELECTROLIXE mark

fame, farm, & Auto A Message From The Owner Worth $3.50 Lights, Reflectors Mirrors Mirror Heads

'It is our plans, for the immediate future, to divorce our retail Amber Safety Fog Lights $8.95 EVERHOT Hundyflex, Bendable Tail
the .from our wholesale ,, Red Emergency Lamps Exhaust Pipes ) Pipes
department(, and to operate each one, independent $4.95
NATIONAL of the other. In order to hurry these plans we have 6.50 Value FELT PRODUCTS' Head}
|**eontracted with the NATIONAL. SALES SYSTEM, retail business ,',Adjustable Fender Guides Sets, Seals Gasket Sets Manifold
nd analyists and adjustors, to completely close out many lines $1.94 FOX Power
20ooirkouf we now carry, to liquidate and convert into cash at least $2.75 Reg. UA13RfEr. Shorh Chargers Fast & Slow Chargers
$20,000.00 of our present retail stock. In our business, as in any Ford-Mercury Car Door (;. II. Drag Absorbers (Airplane I Type)
other, a major change in policy requires CASH. We have per- Protectors $1.49 G. Automotive Links King Holts Tie nod Ends
regard to former mUted the Salesmanager in charge to price our merchandise as & House Bulbs
he has seen fit, in order to get the quickest results. You canS Trouble Lights, a 2.50 val $1.69 HILLS Car Wash. Motor Cleaner.
cost loss or other- see for yourselves, simply by scanning the prices on these pages, Gas Door Covers, 2.50 val $1.69 er.Hand Deodorant Blocks Liquid, &Bowl Powdered I ('Jean-
I. that he has not spared Soap. Concrete
our pocketbook. but has certainly been Cleaner.
stop of the wholesale and retail lenient with yours. We urge all of our old friends and customers Venus Car Polish, reg $5 gal.' $2.98 Sidewall Cleaner( Brake Fluid Oil l Uri WhIle

1 many lines, at Great Savings to and the new ones we will acquire) thru this selling event, to take Ken-Nite Car Polish, reg $3 >gal 1.98 GERMANOW-SIMOX(
date, AUG. 8th, tell friends Mirrors ,
your every advantage, of this once in our history Sale at the earliestpossible f.KKY Thermomeiers
test Sale in the history of Starke. .p moment. D. R. (Doc) DE''RICK Johnson Car-Nn, reg 2.89 gal $1.69 :fir i HoseH01DOILLE ROCK Belts Brake Lining, Hose.! Kivns,
Whiz Gasket Makers 49c

Mirakote (No Rubbing, No Shock Links Shock Absorbers & |HI{>,"'/k-s

Buffing, 2.50 reg $1.98 111'FFJLIN Can Spouts
Cans <'I" i ,
Whiz Hush-Shak 49c Gasoline Cans o'--

Stop Shackle Noises IDE:.\L Switches. Hose{ (lamps

Magnetic Mirror & Cigarette K.VSTAR Weather
.. for Stripping, Reflector .l l. \-els/
Holder Plates.
79c Garment; r

trsday to Mark- down NOTICE TO OUR DEALERS! Cellophane Sun Visors, $1 val 39c Mirrors F'.ishlight Vanity Holders.Mirrors.Sun Screens Accelerator Hangers.:: "f'ff\ KO;"..'

Radiator Anti-Rust, 95c val 49c KENT: Tail Pipe Repairs

THEN'n many Whiz Cooling System Cleaner 66c h II! \J D{'OLX LAMPS Crease: Reflectors Morrors F/ht/ : ,
:i AY AUG. 8" SI.00 Value IITTl.ffTSEufomoth'e: Guns; ;:

cases below cost prices, fJO FURTHER DISCOUNTS Protex (Against Dirt, Grease I ) NY EYE Lenses Blue Dot Fuses Lenses
and Grime) 39c: M 'K XT( Polish. (\11! Colors)
SHARP can be allowed// / Sale Merchandise MU 'llLl.lJ'a '
r on Dupont Dry Cleaning Fluid 49c f. \ Duly Ring Km s "" A

I Evenings; until 9 P.M. All Tires -- Goodrich and Lee M\\LLT.reases. VALVES Outboard Oil & Greases;

_. c -.' :: :-- -ffi"_ __ ,
Easy Clean Rubber Floor Mats 1.19 MX'vTMONT I ::; Mufflers Tail Pir, ... '
HangersMLHOFF ()
Oscar "The Tire Saver" inflate :

S 2-10 CUBIC FOOT REPOSSESSED from Spare 98c ment. Brake Complete Parts! Ignition, Testing I. ''I, '''
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Heat Tab Stoves (with heat tabs 49c NORTHEAST
Glass Rod Reel Line Nil) Fuel
$14.95 I Pumps Extensions,
REFRIGERATOR $264" Emergency Water Bags, $1 val. 15c Bark Patches. Mirrors. Marker Lights Reflect tor*.

(TERMS) A $25.00 VALUEREPOSSESSED Rubber Tire Hammer $1.49 rorsI'EHFEC'TlOS I'p Lights> Fog Lights. Side' lew Mir,

area 14.9 sq. ft. Ice freezing cap. 3.4 lbs Full Scissors Jacks $5.69 ( Fender Guides; Spot Light
I *
width Frozen-Food Stowaway. Two shelf pantry-dor AM FM RADIOS Sav-A-Battery (shows water PERMATEX Water Gasket Maker. Aviator Permatex

Full width glass covered crisper, Two plastic-grid ice ANTENNAE $7" level) $ 99c Pipe Fluid. Penetrating Pump Lubricant Oil Sport Indian Top Head Dressing) Break.

cube trays. Full width chill Joint Compound. Shock
tray. and Jack
WITH 75 FT. LEAD-IN WIRE Windshield Cleaner. Oil.

Reflectors Extensions Lights, pumps


SPRAY GUN a* Sl-N RITE Patches WAV Boots Kwik, Cement lure} Regular and Trw k

One of Rl STMASTER Leakma.sttr, Studgema' ,
can Bug ( arh MasterS

Indestro & Duro Tools 40'off 'list SCHWAIGER A-BATTERY; Battery Filler Caps
Clamp Lock ;Nuts
Comillus Knives 20 Disc. STANDARDIZED Parts Magneto Parts Carburetor
(Has The Edge)
All Garden Tools 10 Disc. STYLECRAFT Winshield Washers
(,arils, Gas; I. cksTORQl'E Mar
Radios (Home & Port. 10' ; Disc. >

Paint, Varnish, Enamel 10'; Disc. WAGOXER Universal Wheel Cylinders Joints and&Kits Kits! Master

Bicycles, Wagons, complete W Cylinders & Kits Brake Fluid, Brake Lines
ALTOS Rebuilt Starter Drives
Line Xmas Toys 10f* Disc. WICKWIRE[ Starter Springs


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FrsssssssrSrSSSJssssss rrrrrSrrrssrrrrs rrrrsssn Mr. and Mrs. V. I 1: :Miss Lucille Alvarez spent the I, Diana and Carol Boring of Jacksonville 'iwepk I. *. .n the Bradford Ci'ur.ty Ttlt- I." T.I v. Di, f. .1 I !fit Flr:.i.t

children and Martha weekend with her sIster.; Mrs Oi Beaih are visiting their graph ('a!'e X'1 ''""'. I 1 .
Dated this Ifth day '
cf Juv: <:3J; Order of Piil.lieatioul Nut ire lotpprar
tended the i P. Dyal in Jacksonville.Mr. cousin. Gail Duke and their uncle 'OFFICIAL SEAL A J I fl't1ia. : Male of rUri.Ia lo:

jJUt4rJnaIN of Mrs. Hazen's and Mrs. Virgil Mathews and aunt. Mr and Mrs H. C. .t..rk (.f the cimut! '('nrt 1.. .' Turk. w h. -e residence and >OTIt'K OF I\TF.\TION I. '
Ry lJII..n L i'f., -I.| \ .
Inputv Cltrk I .. I ItIl.h1'F.U .
n a.l.ng; acldi r- Iee Turk. 2t-! .U.TIT.f \ \ 'I.i
T. McDavid in La and daughter. Patf. Neptune Brown this week. 71* 4t n 4-'e(. S A. FSS Cro-beak: A M !S' 14 I Neil l..<* Ih.'r, bv p;Vtn Iunit. .
It was Mr. ) I i Beach spent several day. last j jj : C <> Fleet 1'..-t Of tu e, New York, ,':'-:>,.a. .1. undo D, .
W. :>
Dr. arid Mrs. Crown of TOPPFK Xw York.Y i of Chaptt r ''" f 1 I'
THE NEWS I j week \vith Mr. and Mrs. Carl j thte In Circuit ("..urt. Bradford County I \-t- ..( 1 1'41) \I ?
sary.Mr. Tallahassee are spending Florida In ('hancery.William <-ti .tie rtiiui| ,l to appear nSepteinler .
a9d Mrs. J. 1 Mathews. I week at their cottage on Kir.gsley K Converse Jr. Plaintiff I I :!. I'':,.>. ?In the abo't'nam..d Clerk for! Rradfoid of th. c.i" > t,"I I
-_- tsrsrr -rrrrflrflrsSSr tstrrssrrr___rsssrp.rRev. children of Miami vs Elaine Convcrs.lcft'nula'ut." "urt and 1',III't' herein '
- - --- J Mrs. L. F. da. upon let iit|
Chapman of the Lake. ption
; plaintiff 'k.divor.e
sct and restoration
end with Mr. and 1 Ca*" Xo. !l21! :2 of this n..i fi' .
and Mrs. Thomas G. Mitchell Mrs. Nell Wieshaupt and daughters State Farm was hostesa to her < Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and otlrr. Topprnr.. of maiden n.inte. Bradford name of Sin. In "- l 'i.
and Mr. and I r I T Elaine Converge vvho 'I'untv Telegraphhall publish thisOrder .
pier !'e residence .
1 !
and their daughter Barbara Barbara and Betty of Ar : bridge club at luncheon and : family visited Mr and Mrs. Frank and address is: Vnknokn in next four weekly issues which I am i.t. .L -I::,
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fis and carried Ea..t'all St :> <
Jeanne, left Monday, August 4, lington W. Va. visited Miss Pat 1 f Mrs. Lila Paul who I bridge on Thursday. !! Herlong in Jacksonville Sunday. suit You for are Divorce hereby has notified been that filed a at Witness!Stark.Fb.iida.) inv hand ..ind tlu nfficmlal< Jul :30 Le-ter. T 1'\\- u M,I

on a vacation trip to New Eng. Lamb the first of the week. I Ii I 1 Dr. and Mrs. W. E. MiddletonI Attending the American Legion against you in the above named 1&52.tOFFU'I. St. Starke. Fl, i It
Dated tin*
tir.g her nieces Mrs. IM i \ 11-
land. They plan to visit with Mrs. i Mrs. Drew Reddish returned':1 and Mrs. E. L. Matthews attend. II j State Convention in Tallahasseefrom Court and cause and you are required .. .XL SPXl.i. \ .1 Tb..ma-. l- ;32: at St.uk. i iI i .
I Mrs. Grif fis and ; to serve a copy of your answer \- Cb rk ...faid Court Florida.
Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Ernest Hey home Tuesday after a week's con I I j I ed the funeral of the Middleton's) Wednesday to Sunday were or pleading to the complaint F.). M.irian L Cro-l.v( l uty CI..rk I 1 4

worth in West Cheshire Conn., 1 finement in the Alachua Genera! I Marcia Kay Hazen niece. Mrs. William Earnett in I Charles Partin. Bill Graham. E. K on Ferryman the Plaintiffs Attorney Erie L < ;nffi-. P.ivv.rBuilding.. i
Starker Florida. .
Landrum :\1a.'l b run FI"II.la.
Mrs. Mitchell's brother Rev. R. hospital.I were ;; Jacksonville on Saturday.Mrs. I John Grew: Arch Thomas. Jr. and I and file the original in the office J\ttj *. for Pit v 1 4t S :22?: FIMlnOI'S11 ITKVnOitnniMKit >, III

A. Mosley. Southwest Harbor :I I and Mrs. Charley Canning. Mrs. J. A. : W. B. Mundy and Guy Andrews. | of the t..fo..fo Clerk the of the Circuit Courton I :NotietN; hereby give n t I...
yule > daughter or 2nd day of September Mturi: opiris'rio> 10
from Wedn iunil.r.ign'd. under the
Maine and with Mrs. Mitchell's ton and family of Springvale Ga. ( Dankel visiting her 1952.! ; : otherwise the allegation .. pi "
,,I, i Jean and Linda Kay Sale spent Judy was 1111'1:11 FIt"S'Ihlfll \ "I: ..f Chaptt r :!',.s53: IiWof 1 I'

parents. Dr. and Mrs. T. Arthur .I spent the weekend with the Lawson \I II I II I[I of last week. of (i Tuesday at Jacksonville Beach. Attending the wedding in of confessed said Complaint by you"This will! be taken as Notice i is ,hereby u lid. r giv.n I Ii.. provisionsof that theUflIlCI'Cigile't Clerk Ails of of 1S4I the will Clr'uit.urt! ngi-ter u \

Mosley in Oak Bluffs Mass. I families. The Lawsons and i i Sonny Engram i of Miss Ruth .'<"r. .. .
I 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and Gainesville Sunday notice shall be publishedonce chapter :" : I I. .f Florida.Acts for Pradford County State ot l

'ofr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin and I their guests all gathered at the :: Isonville was home daughter Linda Kay. are I Plyler. former Bradford school each week for four consecutive of 1941, will, itgi-t.r with thel'le.rk da, upon receipt of proof ff |".
1: day the first of spend.ling weeks in the Bradford Count) of the Cn uit i \.ur' in and lion of this notice, the f., :
daughter June, spent a few day I H. A. Lawson's for dinner on Sun pass this week at the Ralph Dixon teacher to James Viall were Mrs. Telegraph fur IJradford: ('"UIII\'. State of Florida name of nm-Vj'* under "-hutengaged !
his parents. Mr. and Dated thi 25 day of July, 1952.; un>n receipt of i..f of publication -
Irs. One business P' K \\
and in
S. Dankel Mr !!
last week with Mr. and Mrs. day. ,1 'home on Kingsley lake. The Sale N. (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas of this nolhthO' fictitious
at the St. Marke, FloridaO
R.1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles OakesJ;: Engram Judy Dankel Jimmy Clerk of the Circuit Court name of Tho'nas Ke.-taurant under .
F. Young. I had as weekend gue.,t, Mrs. F. A. Wiggins, L. Unxin V.: \ t.-:'!
Bobbie of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noegel. Archie :i II'I y M.uian L. Cm-bj', Deputy Clerk which I am "g..1! ;n business on Fla sole ov lid.Pao.,1 .
and daughter Jean
Mr and Mrs. P. A. Dampier I i Moore of Gainesville. Wiggins. !M' 4t > .'2NOTICK r S ::"1. -.11th of Stat k.'Ia..
I: Richmond Va., former residents children, Jane and Miss Middleton. Mrs 0 Green. Jean Moore and Pat Hobbs 1 P I. Th..III.I'.I.? !. ..\ni. St.uk. thi 1 -t d.ty tf Augti-'
i Madge '
and daughter Julia Marie of Atlanta j I Kli l"-..' :tt 'I.ik'! l'i..tlt..rd

Ga. were Wednesday guests'of 'I of Starke are visiting friends Gainesville will spend L. Beasley and Mrs. J.Y.. Kin. Mrs. Dave Paulk and daughters. Circuit Court.TO II rail.trrntnIn ford ("..lIn.,.. !1..t..1 I n i ; -t, ,.1 J 1 i\ \-i\l'.: : I i i Fl.: .,1.

I here this week. j I i I er of the month at of the Sylvia and Faye, and guest. BOn- Florida In Chnnrerr.Maxine I1': '.-' .f :-1..i': J i,. I I' "I'! .1 i "mi,' \ t I 41R.B.ALVAREZ&SON
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier.Mr. I i caid spent the early part : Kidd Plaintiff vP.uil PKidd
Mr. and Mrs. Don and summer home on Paulk. were in Jacksonville I i .
Patray week the nie -
at Middleton camp at Defendant < .t. :N" "- 11'7' -- .d
and Mrs. Carl Hunter and
I('daughter. Donna Lu, of Jacksonville Rev. and Mrs. I Thursday of last week. N..II..,. To Vpprnr. I
children Sonia and Theron and j I ''1 j Cedar Keys. I To: Paul P. Kidd \\ 1.-. i. '.1. '
the weekend with Mr. and daughter Julia Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and TRANSFER AND I
i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dixon and and address is: 2"fl < < > iUu .1 1
Miss Vonceil Clardy were visiting I land Mrs. L. O. Hazen and all at Belle were recent Mrs. Dixon's mother Mrs. Toni sons and Mrs. T. L. Casey spent ,I. Avenue Berkley, \V.t \imi: ".i I STORAGE( CO.
relatives in Zephryhilld: over the You are hereby notified that a ,
'I tended the Barber-Matthews wed :. E. D. Tenlys.Mr. 1! are vacationing for ten days at the weekend at Jacksonville suit for divorce hab.I n i 'I. .1 I II

weekend. ding in Gainesville on Sunday. and Mrs. R. Gatlinburg. Tenn. Beach. I against you in the at h"\',, n.in..cl I \Ye operate local
Portraits call r Court and cause and you are r. iinr-| "" .. .
ForVeldirg '
I Pamela Faye Lawson went to Lake Butler visited j Mr. and Mrs.. Titus Olson were Coach J. G. Hobbs and Assistant I ed to serve a copy of your anMx.r'or I l'I. : i. & long distanceIn

Bullington's Studio phone 265. tf the Riverside hospital the first N. B. Rosier and !': inleI rose Sunday visiting Mrs. Coach Harold Hazelwood are ''! pleading to the complaint: in' : "-..4v 1?. 8.ALVAREZ t'SOH : any .\here U.,8.
the Plaintiff's Attoinev T Fin' "-... .
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan returned three days of the w ek for observation Floyd Green on )[ : Robert Watson. attending the coaching school at ,,1..H1IInlll.I Starke. 'I\ll'lIla :iinl,, t .ifthe I J ., 1fUIIf.tLa

home last after and X-rays. Mrs. G. S. I U. of F. this week. original in the ..ffl"'e <.f tli. i MOVING F\FIJF'T
Friday seven
|: Mrs. M. C. Ford. Jr. and daughter ', < 'I..k| Hi the Circuit t 'unit! ."i ir q,) tacIt t "'.I.IaM ,
week's visit with relatives in Savannah i :Mrs. W T. Sargent of Columbia have as guests her Suzanne were guests of Mr. before '110' 2nd day ,.f S. pf 'I.. : '
In ('I In-iiil Court. It mil(ford Count}, SToRaGE1'j
Ga. and Buford and S. C. is her father.C. H P. Moye and 1952! : otherwise th. .di'M.t'i: ii. !
and Mrs. John Begg in Columbia.S. I'loriil.i: I n ( linnrerjrum. said ('umplalnl111 be nk. n ..- "
Bluffton S. C. I, J. Powell this week. of Oilando. C. over the weekend. : e "Ki.'iiMer, P..zi'-r. Plaintiff v.Jani' !'. fe.-!'..d by >'ou. F \( ILIT1ESSee
-!- < l "Zi' r.
Miss Joyce !' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Andersonhad Ca'-e Xo !Wtinier :? This notice shall be publih d
jnce ach week for four conv' IP' u.
"Ii.-ntlon nnil Nolice to (
of "
yule spent the as weekend guests Mr. and \pprarState weeks in the Bradford C.uut1'.1., *.

cousin. Miss Evelynn ] Mrs. C. A. Bauer and !'sons Frank ,.f Florida I..- Jairfs (' I graph *_
Dated this 30th day .f .t'i, \ l 1"I ,
is 'wwn. -'
addis first !
Mrs W. G. Haile I Ga. and Tiozierhi M I OFFICIAL SKAL A. J. TIl'l'.t- Agents For us
i and Carl of Brunswick You a 1'.- rMiuiivd to appear: on ) '
FOR THE BEST DEALIN day from a week's Mrs. Anderson's mother. Mrs. I \UEUst 2.). ]!'.">2. in the al.o\c named ; Clerk of the Circuit u'. 'I.'IT! !, DELCHEKBROS. '
Py Marian L Crosby. D>'i'utv < I
and West Palm ; Court and cause wherein plaintiffAnnlllmf'nt. <. I I. rni.m;: ))111 g.
.Dora Burton. of Rome Ga.1I's. !..-ks I 1 4i S : .,_ .'. -- .--- -. --. -
tives. :\ Lyle Anderson and children -I T'.radford County TVlpgraph shall ,,
'flTU i: OF 'n"III1' 10Notice
CARS AND publish this Order in the: next four -
TRUCKS i A. F. Sauls Mike and Jane are visiting !I \ve klv i issues.Vitnes I IU:( l'n:1l: I'U"IITIIII" \ 'II: -- ---- -
official is hereby gin I that t !tl.undersigned
from a month's Mrs. Anderson's grandmother \ !' my hand Florida and this July under tb...- .pinvi :,011-,,
peal at
City La with his Mrs. J.V.. Smith in Bh\hewood, 23. 19! :>*. : of Chapter 'O.Itl! : : I-aw <.f Fb.i! :i.l i
A. J. Thomas : Acts of 1941.! Will leirivtti I' VVItll! tl).
SEE ter-in-law. Mr. and tOFFU'iAK SKAlO ,
i: S. C. until October. They were '
A" ,'l<-rk of said ('"urt.1 Clerk of the Cir..uit ( ''III'' In an.1for -
Sauls Jr. joined over the weekend by Irs.AndE'l.'on's fly Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk TYadford County, State of FI"n.i ida
of 11 Ilt'&.! '.'04 Guaranty Life upon receipt of proof of publication I
Patsy Green ,Cha!' II
husband DK-2 And
Florida. of this notice the fi.'titiou-I I
: I"uilhnc, kson\llle,
and Gene Pass of erson who is stationed at Nor- Attys.; for IMf 725-4t-S/l5 name of Ft. T. Thomas Lumber Counder Ij j
which we are engaged in
I visiting their : folk Va. In ('I irii it Court. llrnilford Count" business on U. S. 101 s.uth of CHARACTER .
DOWLINGMOTOR and Mrs. L. D. -Mrs. R. O. Dansby. daughter. Florida In Clianrrry. I Starke, FlaB .
Coidoii Saunder*, Plaintiff, \'''. T Thomas :52 per cent.<< Stark.
W. B. S well left
Janice and nephew. Edwin Fain .tiul \\cll know standards of :Stninliat : i
1 Patricia Ileteoa Saunders I>e- ;, Fla : Lave-n Outlaw. 24 per < nt t
join Mrs. Sewell at tof Green Cove Springs. spent the fendant. Ca-e Xo !t''u.:: :. Starke Phi : D L. Thomas, 24 j.. i
I ; Iti't-n earned and maintained
zerland N. C. for I Order of I'ulitlonllon and .NotU-c to I < .nt. Starke, Fla.
weekend in Ozark. Ala. visiting i
.\ppcar Dated this 1st day of AugiiM .\ 1It Jlln of faithful attention
i vacation. Sun- Mate of Florida to: Patricia I ) years IllSi'
SALES INC. : relatives. Mr- Dansby spent .12 .it St.irke, Bradford Countv

I Mr. and Mis. T. I day with the Rex Dansby in and Itebeica ad.Ir.-Saiinderc i is: t'nknoun.whose residence j I Florida \ jug economically)) in this vicinity.
1 4t !S :2J
and children. Mary ''Hahira Ga.i You are required to appear on I

328 TEMPLE AVENUE I II, die, of Pensacola Bill Colson of August 18, 1952! in the above namrd S(i'l'I'i. OF 11111010 1
i Mr. and Mrs. Court a"HI cause wherein plaintiff ii.<;i,,n.u: Ficniioisvin! !
i' and Mrs. Cecil i and Mrs.J. seeks divorce. .
Orange Park visited Mr. Notice is hereby given that th
STARKE, FLA.PHONE Mr. and Mrs. C. I.Tadford County Telegraph shallpuMish undersigned i under the provision-! DeWITT I C. JONESPhone
C. Fogg on this Older in next four
I (If Chapter 5M5S\ : : Ijiviof Florida
j Jacksonville spent Mr. and !Mr. Joe Gray of Jacksonville weekly Issue Actof 1941. will register with the 7 Starke Ha.
with her parents. ) : Witness my hand and official sealat Clerk A.
I moved into one of the Ptaike, Florida, this June 11, for IVadford County State of Florida

I I Floyd Green. I ID. Martin cottages on Temple 1952. upon receipt of proof of publication r-4 sfla-
Connie Jones has (OFFICIAL SHAL) A. J Thomas of this notice the fictitiousr"
I i avenue. Mr. Gray is employedwith As Clerk tit said Court of Thomas Truck Terminal
300 three week's Humphreys Gold & DuPont Py: Marian I. C'rsty. Deputy Clerk- indv1"! ,'h we are engaged in business Funeral Director Ambulance Service j

| Falls with her I Alan C.inter.. Jr., 403 Smith o-i I" S. 301 south of Starke.Fla .
Co. r.uildinp. Jacksonville, Florida.IAtt.P. Our local funeral home enables ia to offer conveniences anA \
'i Hazel Houck. f<.r Pit. 7 18 4t 8,8!
I, Ir. and Mrs. G. W. White of j i R. T Thoma50 per cf'nt. St.-nk.-, I services not otherwise available.
Mr. and Mrs. R. the weekend I Fla.; P. L Thomas, 50 per ...at, :
New Cars Available Wewahitchka spent nTH'1': TO AITKUl
SoonWONDERFUL sons Bobby and !' and Mrs. Ben Rowland. In Circuit Court, llrndford Count Starke. Fla. I SSeept5_-5.SSS.S'SSSS-rSSSSS5S5SS eS'SSttSSSStSSS t tI
with )Mr. Florldnl In Chnn.-ery. Dated thi- 1-t day of Augu-t A 1 1" .
ville were supper N'I.1! Mr. and "[rs. J. Maurice Ed- Kol>ert Simmons 1'laintiffs.. Jennie 1952! at Starke, Hiadfoid t '''UIlIY. I We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and! \

and last Mrs.week.E. D. I I wards' and_ family.,sppnt'i_ the weekend Simmons Defendant: Case Xo. 9277Nollec Florida. 8 I 4t I'In -' I accept ANT life insurance policy In force issawl by ANT t

I [i at Daytona ueacn. To Appear.To I company as payment in part or in full on a funeral.5555555sflflfl'aflfla.flfla5a55saas. ,
:Mrs. J.V. I Jen-tie Simmons, whose J
| Flynn. Jr. of Tampa : Circuit ('ourf. Brad lord ('oil sit,.
Consultation carries
no obligation.
'! residence' and address is Unknon Florida ; t4 t
Anita and son. his : In ( hancrrjDi
Sunday night with par. You are hereby notified that a '
spent L>'ur .ii-oi I TuiK plaintiffk
turned to their : !; ents, the senior Flynns. suit Divorcehas for !I

dena Calif after a Patsy..Linda and Marjorie Green been filed against you in thabove "
with Mrs. j named Court and tau-e and !
Pa. spending
of Pittsburgh. you are required to !-"fa "'op> of
_\ F Sauls and :Mr. j several weeks with their grand your answer or pleading to th- '

Judge and Mrs. complaint on the Plaintiff's So
i iI Mrs. L. D. good tIiings
parents. Mr. and Attorney E. K. Ferryman ?t.t'K< many
I and Mr and Mrs. ; Green. Florida
IJr of Gainesville ; and file the original in the i.U,< <
I PFC O. J. Phillips. Jr. is spend- of the Clerk of the ('!rull Ctmt

< day for Waynesville, | ing 30 days furlough with his on or before the
2.: th day of August. I"i2.otherwise :?;
Adkins >
the senior
: wife and her parents the G. B. the allegations of '-.. .d! with Coea-Cola

month at the Flynns and! with his par'nttht: Complaint will be taken. a> n n- go
the Junior Adkins fessed: by you.
P senoir Phillips in Lawtey. This notice shah oe .u1o\hht
ACME RECONDITIONED two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Hitch and one each week for four consecutiVe
weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph -
Mjr and Mrs., J.
I the
I children of Jacksonville spent .
guests of Mr. and weekend with their parents. Mrs. luted this iKth day of July 1952.
FULL CASH PRICE Engram at State (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas.
Carrie Ritch and Mr. and )lrs. H. Clerk of the Circuit CourtIy .
I route from Tampa .I C. Brown. Maii.m L Cro-'hy, I>"'puty Cl..rk.725Uhl;;. W1wr' yon buy your food you'llfmcl

M. !
Mr. and Mrs. Monso Tatum

i! Col.] and Mrs. T. i!, were Saturday guests of *,Mr. and I 'OTICI0-.tPI'KUt I* ii handy six-bottle} cartons of Coke

sons Tom and j In Circuit "Court llrndford Countr.h'loriulai IL I
I! Mrs. Merrill Struth while enroute: .. .
In ( hnncrrj.Ituby
2 home last week 'ifjom I North Carolina to thtir Lmiie. Plaintiff, n'. Archie .. S.', because Coke, food and appetite!

visit in Georgia Dela. :j: home in Deland. They took their Louie, Defendant. C'a'.e Xo 9271Nntlre ] -.J. \

Wilmiiigton I.I nephew. Roddy Struth. home with To Appear.To ", \ )
aro good(
ton. D. C. I : Ajhie Louie, whose residence iI i- """,,,- partners.
PORTABLE ELECTRIC them for a week's'isit.. and addrt Is: Route 1, -. '
Mrs J. R. Kite "
; Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ashford and Letingtoi, North Carolina. .' : \
Stubbins spent the I You are hereby notified that a / '- \
Irs. Russell have returned to : r. .ab ,
I .. ,
SEWINGMACHINE Flagler Beach vi suit for r ... ;ij.f .
I their home in Jacksonville after Divorcehas I -.5
TraMS AIIANOIO Mrs. George (' been filed against you In thet1uve f ,: j. ,,) --
!I spending two weeks at the MitChell named Court and cause and \.' ::25tj;

WRY cottage on Kingsley Lake. i on are required to serve copy of 1 'TE t

I//MAWIIAMOUS ;jMi and Mrs[ Clifford Beasley of your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiff's to the n\ V&i4 ..ae''tf

1 MAKES OF HEW MACHINES Gainesville are occupying the Attorney T. Frank Landrum
D % Florida
Mitt( hell cottage for the remaindei < nnd Starke file the original In the office of

m W i of the month. II the Clerk of the Cucult Court on
STARKE before the
Dr ha
and IrCalvin Houpt Ifcth day of August, U'52;;:?,

_, NEW SPEED \\eekenj! guests. Mrs Houpt'*' I otherwise the allegations of !'ailll i
Complaint will be taken as confessed -
-t. .; CONTROL Fri., Sat. parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. J.I by you

Douberley of Lakeland and [rand This notice shall be published.
once t-a..h we.-k for four con!-n utive
NEW MOTOR ]Mrs. T. T. Walker of Bartow. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -

:; SIN'-1 'They also had as Sunday guests .
NEW CARRYING ] Dated thi" JI'h) day (.? Jut '. 1"42:;
Mr. and Mrs.
Drayton Malpursarul tOFKHIVI, "1\1.: | .%. J. Ihoiii.lk.i
CASE DEAD 1 Mrs Minnie Alexander of Clerk, of the Circuit Court. I IP.y !
-. or Marian L Crosby. Deputy ciiik I I II
High Sprin :J. : i ; 4t ,
With Whip
NEW SEWING Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore of
OTICI: 10 'I'rF\I
LIGHT ANElephant Blackshear Ga. were here for the In Clrrull Court. llrndford (.ciiinli, ...- -

1*. ''weekend to pick up their daughter Florida In Chancery. ._
I John 1'. >Cart>.lo.'k. Pla.nt ff \ --
,' i RECONDITIONED Maril>n. who has spent; the Margaret P. Mart*.l"n k. I .d. rdi r 1 ...... -- .
BY ACME EXPERTS Johnny j. faV -" ..
\c/ past week with her grandmother ..
Notice To .
WITH ACME PARTS :Mart. Mrs Daisy Perryman and aunt I ToMargaret I' Mart.-l,., k. wlv... -. ;

Till Serial Mrs. Del Colley. Mrs Colley returned residence and addre'v ,I' .i'tiknYou \ ..\\ ... / ,
are hereby notif,. d that .1 .
t1i with the Moores for a few 'suit for /gfh 'f
1 5 :Mon. '
.4) YEAR Sun., days visit. I Divorce ,
has been filed against vi : ;- \
:Mr and Mrs R. A. Colson and ,above named Court and ..iuf ;.tr.'l
.., _
COAST family spent last week at SantaFe | you are required to serve a copy of i :
Glvilf SERVICE | your answer or pleading to th'- .
Shores on Santa Fe Lake. j complaint on the Plaintiff j I

Randolph Svott. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume are Attorney. T. Fralk Landrum. .L&1

}'Iu.. New .. I Starke. Florida .. :/
BUTTONHOLER GUARANTEEACM \'i.:umg relatives in Kings Moun'tain. and file the original in the df ,

N. C. for two weeks. 'of the Clerk of the Cir J.t O .! .
Tur Auj! 1 I Mr and Mrs J. I. Ogden of IMh d.iof Augu-t y'._ Mp&iii1IIIIFP ShoP "'
Thru ,-e tl. a'i! MI' r.
P Beach and
">:Tpano son, Lee of (
1..II'I'1.'H.t; u .I: 1 Ir tiK- -
HOMEDEMONSTRATION PHONE the U. of F were supper guests f.--.d t.v \ i 'I
Tl.'s! nrtic! shall 'e published
(.f Mr and :MrE. J Dowling. 25
WITHIN 150 MILES ',t'e .n h week: tor f..r -- 6
From A Sr at Kingsley Lake Thursday I ; r r 1"1I Carton _ _

evening of last week. _
Shelly \\inier. ( : .: DtLc: t
I Capt and Mrs. F. M. ,Buck, WILL PAY CASH
; -vA uSTOR; I Tins News
; SI Williams and son spent the wtek

t-nd here visiting friends. They re For Saw Logs

408 '\ Forsjth SI: Jacksonville Fla. Wed., Thur. turned Tuesday to O' Hara Field

I I would like a free home demonstration at no obligation I near Chicago. Ill. en Tuesday AND PCi4P'OODi AT YOUR

to me. I Emergency !i! after temporary duty in Valdosta i TIMBER FOOD STOKLtOTTUB

I RECONDITIONED SINGER @ $26.50 Larry Parks Ga I
:\ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith and A Post Card Will Bring Me

Name .. son. Smitty are vacationing in To See You.
------------ ------------------------- Jungles'Of UNDtl AUTMOIITY OF tHE COO-COIA COMPANY IY
I New York with relatives.
Address __________________________________ Filmed in STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANYr4.
Mr. and Irs. G. E. :Miller and I D. B. 'Dick' Thomas I

I City ------------------------- State________ Plus son Jack spent Sunday with Mr I .
Laptev, Fla. I II ."it t,.,:"'...-.J trod. ..4Il 19M. THE COCA-COU COMPANY
If R.F.D. Address Please Send Direction
Specific BT-3 and Mrs. James Elackshear at I -a
I -I- I I
- a - - KingSlEY Lake. r-



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At The Tabernacle : TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLONG > r YTTTYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTYT' urday night at the Methodist Par :'sonvihe. Mr. and Mi L- .Itic

ouR' sonage. DrV.. T. Walters pas !Wainwright of Jacks >:r.iMrs. \ 1I1l'

,. :Mrs E L. Johns! led the Saturday \ Keystone Heights!! BRANCII t I: LAWTEY\ Mr of the Church. performed th i H C. Wainwright!)! .i

._ '
eremony. oren and JackVdinv :
s night strvice and at the I
By Mr-.. Sara McDonald! By :Mrs. J. L. Stricllandu111111AAAAAA1111111AAL L. 11. I'utthuuulu.uu1u11.uu Sunday guests of Mrand Mr- t.'V
close of the meeting the group
T L. Wainwright were Mrs Lillie .
was invited to the home of Mr. 111 u 111 u 11111111111111 --------------- - -
Le<''.n Cut-! 'dO, "Hr. Foik Peek, his sister of Gladewater
and Mrs. Quigley where refreshments Rotary' Swim Program Mr and Mrs:' Pearce Jones
I Yam sailing the >eafor the V. S of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Maurio."

Methodist Church I' : were served. This Fellow ; Comes To .\ Close A Sailed .\'Ig1., so -end my mart! Fernandin.i were Sunday guest? Langford and ;Mrs Alice Lang Television TipsCHARLES
Baptist Church"The I The annualumnier swimming (',>f Mrs L H Hill "
ship was a farewell gesture tcl to Highland. Fla. instead of tc fOrd ot LakRut ,-i. in I :M t.--

W. R. 1 program, sponsored by the Rotary New York, fur I rarvin'arren, who is located: l Julia HijiM:: !h. .i ?- i t', i' Jl
Golden Wedge" is the Dr Hutcherson, professor Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Grady, faithful expect to be y --
I Club of Keystone Heights will hove by the at Eglm Air Force Base was VIM- tri:, ,' .'
sermon topic this Sunday morningat I of mathematices at the Universityof members of the Tabernacle, I' come to a close ton-ght: I Friday* first of September.; i ting his) parents. Mr and :::Ii-; r ,,' V \' _

the First Baptist Church of Florida in Gainesville, will be who left Monday for an extended with impressive ceremonies at Frances Padgett of Clay Hill I, J. Warren, during the weekemi \\".i F I
I ISbrke i I I visited
at Doctors Inlet Sunday
The Church Choir will the guest speaker at the Sunday vacation and family reunion in I the Beach. Awards will be present- afternoon. I Mrs. H. C. Harley and child i en -

sing with Mrs. Mona Canova at), morning church service, August' their former home i in Maine. 'd to outstanding swimmers and I returned to her home last we. k
the will Clarence Lang is visiting relatives -I after visiting her brother GnSOliriEG055lP
on and
deliveredby I taking part program I fan i
evening the 10 in the First Methodist Church Sunday message were
the organ. Sunday be District Governor Price Hicks in Jackson'ille'e miss::; ; ily. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starling
Chapel Choir will sing and Mrs.! of Starke in the absence of the the sponsor and i I him from Sunday School.
at Whithou.se
of and
man Lake City pastGovernor I
Thelma Dinkins will be at the pastor who is on his vacation. Dr. I observed at the morning By "Shorty""Yeah t/OU'Ct NtVfCAT T+lE END 01
I Albert Smith and :Mrs. L. H. Hill
Leland Hiatt of GainesvilleMore i family spenta and Mrs :Mar
throughout the song Hutcherson is the Associate District hour. N YPUR ROPE AS LONG AS
grand piano 1 few days Wells
than 100 persons haveparticipated visiting friends and were in Fort Myers last _
service of requested hymns and Lay Leader of the Gainesville I Recent visitors to the Tabernacle : THERtt STILL A HAND HOLD
I in this summer's pro- relatives near Lutz last week. !week, the guests of Mr. and Mr-
gospel choruses led by the Pas District of the Methodist'' were Mrs. George Hullway i
gram. Instructors for the swim Arthur Hatcher was seen in X. S. Blount.
tor. The message by Rev. Haines Church, and is the vice-chairman': and son, Mahlon, and daughters, I \
I ming classes! were supplied by the our part of the country last week. ,, :Mr. and Irs. G W. Robert
at the Happy Hour .service will of the Board of Stewards of the Virginia and Sandra, former residents We do I v
YMCA through the courtesy of : not know how many he are spending their vacation visiting
be "Household Gods". First Methodist Church in Gaines. j I IvilJe. of Starke. now living in I I
I Odi. Hinnant, director of Camp ;called upon while here but we i places of interest in South;
A native of Kentucky Dr. Hialeah. They were enroute tc
meets at 9:13 : I
Sunday School Immoka lee. I do know he spent some time with Florida. ,
superintendent Hutcherson taught for 24 years;i their new hose, but will leave I I ,
the Jim t
with Orie Wiggins will boiled I Godwins and came back Mrs. John P.
The Rotarians serve a Courser and children r I
school. Trains at Bere College ;n Kentucky before i soon to reside in Hawaii where it'ti.
of by our house. (
in charge
with the I of Vidalia, Ga.
shrimp supper proceeds are guests of
the University of will be in service.
at 6:45 with coming to Mr. Hollway 0hdV
Ing Unions gather )I I: I going to help defray expenses -i .Buddy and Nellie Wilkinsonhave i Mrs. L. H. Hill this week.
of the Florida in 1919 Dr. Hutcherson I
J. T Lawson. director of the swimming course. closed their filling station. Mrs. V. H. Appleby and children NNN---N. i Nwr -
held.is well known an an outstanding'I
Unions. Mid-week service is I I Theressa ChristianServices i The public is invjted. In fact it has been closed about and Miss Martha Pegram of Stewart -
Wednesday.The Christain layman and will bring he \\ as an expert .
weekly at eight on I Ice)stone Jewelry Robbed I two months --and no one told u? I are visiting |Mrs. Appleby's
of a highly inspirational message. held each Thurs shot in the "
leads the period are Marines!
Pastor of business was i anything about it. How can we ( parents Mr. and Mrs J. E. Wars
Bible with an opportunity Sunday ev'ening at 8 p.m Meth day evening at 8 p.m. at the place the ,. ___
study I I last Saturday print news when no one tell i en. I
odist students from the Wesley : Christian Church. Your entered in Keystone +
with testimonyand I Theressa
for all to worship I'I'I it to us? art
I i Foundation will have charge of i presence is welcomed. Make a night in the latest of a series Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. returnedto We gibe extreme care not imis <> .1 tl I r Y
praise.A I here. The Keystone I .Mrs. Sheetz was absent from : her home last week after spend. ,
received the service. Thus service will be of I special effort to bo present and I of burglaries greasing all jurU of jour
friendly welcome Is I Muhlhofer ownerwaj church Sunday due to the illnessof ing some time with the Nelson
special interest to all young people bring your friends each Thursday i Jewelers Wally -ar that require| regular at- Our .prices saenu (rom the
by all wXo: attend the regular I! : entered during the night her mother who is in the hospital I Blockers at Atlantic Beach. i
and to friends of the University evening. tention. (nil of hi- rope. hull[ tilth tit
services at the First Baptist of Florida. i i Homer Swindall, ministerSt. : through a back window by an unknown -!I also one of her sons whc I Recent guests at the Methodist anti ....,. fur ,\oureell

Church of Starke.Christian I person or persons. Mer- has been ill for several days. I parsonage were B. E. Johnson YTYTYTY'YTTYTYTTTTYYTYLBBY
The Prayer Meeting service!
between I! : and daughter Mrs. Marvin |McIntyre .
at I -handise estimated at We have been told again how
ChurchWe held each Wednesday evening Edward's CatholicRev. $2.000 stolen Mr. of Oklahoma City.Miss .
I $1.000 and was !
8 o'clock will be led on Wednt's'day much folks enjoyreading our little Chas. C.
Richard Lyons pastor. I Muhlhofer said. I I Gladys Kemp of BronsonS. ShepherdGuaranteed
13, Mrs. W. L. '
August by column in this Say it
paper. ,.
extend a welcome to all to Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. pt. I Bazaar Date SetOn i C. returned to her home last
worship at the First Christian Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. August' 23 the Catholic Glut is just like a letter from home. We: Tuesday after spending :some: turn

church in the heart of town. You Confessions Saturday 7CO::: to if Keystone Heights will hold a i heard of one woman who lives in i ii i here with her father, W. P. Kemp,

will always feel at home so planto Church of God I I 8:30: P.M.Children's. : bazaar in the Woman's Club withproceeds i Georgia who watches the mail I II II I Mrs. Ruth Shuler of Macclenm IIADIO & T\

Bible I the of Mr. and Mrs, H, Kaiser: Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP
be present this Sunday. I Classes was guest
Starke-8th 1: St. Clair Sts. Catechism to go to the building every week for her paper so she Sales and Senuo
school begins at 10 a.m. witl; Wednesday 4:00 P.M.PENTECOSTAL fund. It was recently announcedthat I C. Wainwright on Tuesdayof }
can read this column. We never
classes for all ages. Morning wor i Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning I the Catholic Church had purchased -I last week. Temple Ave. Ph. 32 Ph. 239: Star t'

ship begins at 11 a.m. The Lord's 11 Evening IIULINESSCHCRCil go to church or anywhere else ,, Mr. and Mrs. nor Reddish 01 .
I Worship a.m. I a nine-acre plot of ground ---------------- -- -------
Supper is served at 11:15 and the Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service near the public school, overlooking that someone doesn't tell us how j i Webster were recent guests oj v

Morning message at 11:30. Eve Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Sunday School 10 a.m. I Lake Geneva as the site of their much they like the Long Branch I'their parents Mr. and Mrs. V. H

nings services begin at 7 p.m. with 7:30: p.m. Thursday.I.awtey I Morning Service 11 a.m.Evening I proposed church building. The I column! and if it were not for it Reddish BedroomGROUP
I I! Mr. and 'Mrs. McDonald of Ash 9Pc.
Christian Endeavor. Evangelistic: : Service 7:30: p.m. bazaar is intended to raise funds '
would the
they taking
quit \
paper '
serviced: will be held at 8 p.m. !i Sunday School 10 a.m. Morns Prayer Meetings Wednesday j for the payment of the property I little I ford, Ala. were Sunday guest- I
We folks like
are glad our
Plan to be with the whole I 7:45 Saturday night :''Mr.:: and :Mrs.: H. C. Harley :
present i ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv- night : p.m. : and to apply on the cyst of the new writings and glad they do keep t&
family. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 7:45; : p.m.cili'ncli. i Floyd Kemp went to JiuK-m
| ing Saturday : p.m.il i church. folks in touch with home. We ,i
at S p.m. The study will be i wine last Monday to reinli.t I i-! HED
The bazaar will open at 12 noon thank all for the words of praisewe \, -
the! 6th chapter of Galaians. I OF JESTS ('maSTI the service of his country Fill''
il Church of ChristCorner and continue through the evening.A have received. But we cannot I1:1117111'.I
Homer Swin.lall, minister I LATTER DAY SAINTS: I was recently discharged fmu
10th and :McMahon I Masonic Temple, Call Street ham supper will be served beginning write the news unless someone service after spending some tiin 1-CHEST
I at ;a m. at $1 for adults it to Nettie Carter
:: p. : tells us. Mrs.
Church 1: Bible School-10 A. M. Sunday School every Sunday : i in Korea \1Tl' BEt; t H!
Presbyterian i and f 0c for( children) per plate. is real good to pass along the ",. ,
i I Preaching 11 A. M. and 7:30P : morning 10 a.m. Sacrimrut Services : I j Homer Pailgot and Miss ( ne\ I MATTRESS
i cordial invitation A snack bar will be set up and news and we thank her for hei the settlorwere -- ---
Sunday School at 9:45.: M. 6:30: p. m. A Green Highland

Friendship Class: 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I is extended to all. I booths featuring games- of.. skill, ; interest in helping us out. I muted in marriage last Sat t 1-COIL SI'RIV ,

Morning service conducted at earn Wednesday 7'30 P. M. darts, and pony rides tome; children Everett Godwin preached a Phone SO Starke.: Fb. 1 I-BEn PHI'\l1:

11 a.m. Everyone welcome. ri.NE LEVEL; will be operated byHhe men ; wonderful sermon at the Mission PILLOWS:

A weeks revival begins SundayAugust of the club. The cedar chest I Sunday evening. A large congre I

I made by Konrac Elmauer and PHONE 218 ... ..,.. .
f; 10 at Pine Level Baptist gation was present. We are sorryto r '-- - p 7 bt

church. Rev. Eddie Murrhee pas which was filled witha say though, there are always

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starte tor of the Buford Grove Baptist! blanket sheets pillow cases and some present who do not come COLONIALFLORIST

church of Milliard will be the ; other household linens by womenof inside the tent. They stay out ,

.11 _,111 ,.. .'.11__... I ___ evangelist. i the club, will be awarded at 2 side and talk, which disturbs '

net; Lewis D. Haines, Pastor I It p.m. Aug. 23.Supervising. I II those inside. We would be so gladif

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town i t REVIVAL: SERVICES i the bazaar are rr..i'l they would come inside and be:

AT PINE HILL F. J. Allen Mrs. E. H. Cooper with us and not disturb us by ... ,
PHONES: Office 234-- Pastorium 130Morning I '- .
II' _II" A revival meeting will begin at the following committee: Mr. and I talking and making a noise.J. I s Yfl

: the Pine Hill Methodist Church I Mrs J. R. Powers; Mrs. A. J'I Strickland filled his appointment -, ALL OCCASION?

: Service "The Golden Wedjje"Evening I Jon the Brownlee Road starting I Cicen: Mr. and Mrs. \\'. J. Siprelle at Long Branch Sunday

: Service "Household Gods" 'Sunday, Aug. 10. Services will beheld I II : Mr and Mrs. J. C. Gadoardi; morning and there was a

i each night at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Mary Robinson: Mr. and there I
_. ..., I' I I, large congregation present
I NN bv Rt'.Jeff Hodges. M's. R. A. Hutchinson Mrs. H.I I
preaching ; also. The message was direct anti (j) \11 ""uH
SUNDAY SERMONS[ -11:00 AM.| 8:00: P.M.[ The public is invited. I L. Morgan Jr.: Mrs. Frank Hall: to the point and enjoyed by all\ :
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions 6:15 P.M.
Mrs. E. R. Fox: Miss Nancy or that is the way it looked and i

MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY. 7:45 P.M. A\OOILA\\N MISSIONARY: I Hearst; Miss Jeanine Brown; Mrs sounded to us.'e attended Sunday : DISH GARDS.V3 129.95

R\J>TlST CIU'RCII Ann Jensen: F. J. AUt'n1'5.: and
at the Mission
The Woodlawn Missionary Bap- George Clemens: and Don Ray were at Long Branch in time for

list Church of Lawtey invites all Tilley. School there. We also had: POTTED PLANTS
Sunday Everything for the licdroom/ al a Rig Saving to
. \v ho111 to attend services Sun- I Memberof the Community a good It'stn in Training Union

day School 10' a.m. Morning Worship : Church are remined that the nur I Iat the Mission which begins at 7 FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE You. Come in and See this beautiful Group To

; 11 a.m. Evening service 7:30: sery for babies and small childrenis
o'clock Sunday evening. All are
day. At Hart Furniture Co. "Where YourFriends
p Wednesday night Song and being conducted every Sundaymorning invited to attend.

SMOKING SINNERSWill Praise service 7:30: p.m. A. G. in the parsonage. A competent Green-Padgett Nona St Starke Trade."

Flynn. supply pastor I director U in charge. Mothers Homer Padgett of Clay Hill ant -. .
of small children may leave Sally Green of Doctors Inlet wen, < -.: : 1s :'ti I

be the Pastor's :sermon subject Sunday night at YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYHEILBRONN them tlure and attend church Saturd.t\\ ... .
united in marriage ; < --
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8 p.m. Don't miss this stirring Hible Message service-. night Aug. 2. at the home of t the

Dr Holl's subject' for next Sunday bride. Rev. Lingerfelt perform'.

First Baptist Church, Hampton will .be "A Message To TheOutsider" the ceremony. We wish for the FURNISHED fREE WITH PURCHASE OF

By :Marian Norman ,, couple a long life of happy !1:1.;! :
Hob Gray; Pastor i Mr. and Mis. H. J. Hughes and tied bliss.

Bible School 10( A.M. H.T.l'. 7 1". 1.I 1. 1111111111111111111111Mrs i jMr and Mrs J. R. Powers spent
R L. Morgan and daughter -! a long weekend in Nassau leaving tion in Washington D. C. RANGE IN OUR STORE
Mrs. Pat Fraher and :'11--
early Friday morning and returning
"HOUR OF POWER" WEI. S P.M. Judy spent last week in St. i
Monday night.F. Gladys Tills have returned fm-i!
\' Pet"rshurgThey were accompanied
"The Church That Frays Together Stays E. Morgan of Fairfield. Conn. a two weeks vacation in Mexit<>
there by Mr. Morgan and
was the weekend guest of his 'They returned by way of Miami
Together" JO We\Tf'. regret to know that Mr. brother and family. Mr. and Mrs Young Kyle McMurtry was bail ONE 50. GAL PROPANE TANK0Nothing

H L. Morgan Jr. ly injured last Tuesday when ht
r Nolin ran not show us any more
i Mrs. C. J. Bastedo entertained was hit by a car as he was!' riding
movies on Thursday night.
Mr and Mrs. Leroy Norman I at bridge last Wednesday and his bicycle on Lawrence Boule \

:Thursday evenings.Mrs. yard near the Inn He suffered a
and daughter. Linda. spent last .
Bobbie Hurlocker and broken l If i; and alight ('O1t'\I..
week relatives in South
We visiting
Can Progressby Florida. I daughter of North Carolina are sion bt'Sld.It,, and bruises He

; visiting Mrs. T. E. Campbell. Mrs is m the hospital in Gainesville; ,, -
j Mrs.. 0 F. Crosby and Mrs. J.

Way of Leisure? R. Kellyvere in our community niece.Hurlocker is. Mrs. Campbell' t ToBuy

!Thursday night. rr
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and Miss Suzanne Spencer is a. S
family of Jacksonville spent the house guest of Kay Walrath this

Too much time and energy are being [ weekend here. They were accompanted wfek. .......... .., orPay
that ; home her mother Mrs W. L. Musser and chi'dren --
frittered away in the false hope we i by Mrs. & "
T :-;. Norman who had been visiting Cheryl. Mikey and Mark have: returned \ & -
shall find happiness in the leisure retirement them. from Tampa where the \.. .& For
I .
the time when we no longer .. .
Mrs. Anne Clemons returned tc visited Mrs. Muster's parent.Mr .

;. have to WOI k. her home in Miami after visiting and Mrs.Vhitehea'1 .. ......
relatives here AmesYatson is hunt-I tin ,, ExceptRange

This false concept is leading our nation I Joyce Stanley returned to her I'vacation in :Miami, whereV .., t. .n.f.

to legislate various ways of compulsory home in Miami after spendingher the guest of her aUpt and v .> .............
I Mr and Mrs. WV rhar! > .
I -
leisure which in time will so undermineour vacation with relatives here. -.
Jacksonville te )rr. and Mrs.V L Rein ,1.ha't' .\- '. 0..
White of
Bobby -
sodal, economic and moral structure
spending some time with his parents gone to North: Carolina

that we shall become, easy prey for con Mr and Mrs JV.. White I James! Carter, former organic i and

quest by outside aggressors. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons and and choir director of the Com HAS hair.z in
nrumtv Church was asitor in your grown
family are spending a days
town this week. He will be teacherof value? Has I Gas
with relatives in Miami. I I it out3rown your
music in Junior Schoo!
a High
A Nation Remains: Strong and -Vigorous Onlyas family Mr. and of Jacksonville Mrs. O.! Hawkins were weekend anti i lin Savannah and orgainst in the Fire insura.ica: ? Lzt us check

Its Citizens':. : agtli and I !'
CkrtWJ&r Church there
Long Presbyterian nf'xtI
as.' ', y......, ,.. ,,,, guests of Rev. and Mrs. S. your needs.
Joy from Working amt3 Exwdsiny Their Creative L. Watson. 'ear. I

Abilifiesi .** *. 'V *' !: Our revival started Sunday and Dr. P. F. Holl and wife and I ..... ...

Children, who have been visitingwith ; ..L i'
.. Monday nights with a well filled I I .. .
.. .- Dr. Holl's Dr. and ..
house. Rev. Mere Packham is :. parents I I 'v. ...

.. ,conducting the revival.lrnda Mrs. A. J. Holl. have gone back j,

Bank o/ Your Liberties.FLORIDABANK ; I in home to Pittsburgh. Another j
Use Your Champion | Gaskins is staying ( jI I

Miami for a few days, and was grandson. WaWen M. Holl's fa- Charley E. Johns Tank Furnished Free Installation FreeH
(also returned home. Mrs.; Holl's fajther. -
|f accompanied there by her brother-
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. i Earle Mecklen, has also.. returned Agency

t Willard Williams of Starke. I, to Pittsburgh. Pbooe IS
STARK FLAorawntino
at STARKEIfltmotr I Miss Isabella D. Peters speu' i H SLADE GAS CO.
.. (I the weekend with Mrs .":.n1I

I James and left for New York I .. I.

ww q from where the will sail for the S.

-rforiJa Ilaltonal group I Adding Machine ant Portable :'Canal Zone. i I '., ..... PIIO- 111 ST AHKE FI. \.

J typewriter sold on time. Brad- 1 Mrs. T. E Martin and children! ;. THE TRAVELERS H rtforfl 1 .

'ord County Telegraph ;have returned from their vaca- l- I _. _.::.:_ ::<.: : : ,:_ -"'::'. -- > :,:,::-":- ::-_ ,,, ,_ -=-- '__ < '. -..- / -.-'../: ,,;- .:,ijo: ::: ;:.;':,-:"':::? .""'o'.i.:."


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\I Mrs. Miner And Mrs. CarpenterMrs. i BROOKER nin :M.n _- ,' .\.vMuvr- I-.lwt lIall.,I is Ii.p Plaintiffs, frndant I Kay' :stiin
HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs Walter M>ers of Order i 'ase :\.. '4 :iin t.. -ill.-., i -I., ,"'n ,
'f .
Mill I And .I(slice Ta s> .01! ,.I Hi, _
Ida Powell Miner, 66. Rev. R. N. Peery, pastor of the Grace J.lcksom'llle'isitpd their parents .MM'eartale Of Florl.l.i Tot unto' att r \.d I..t .

died suddenly as a result of :3 i I Beth-Eden Lutheran Church of- G. Bigham By Mrs. \Vm. \\'. IlamniondIAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAIAAAALA Mr and Mrs. Leslie Brown. Sun r.-L MaiK.ii.i|I I. ''fl ,. .11111 l.sabel ajevs Hall., _,->.> uhos'.. .. .\UIII"I.\ |j. |l'
i. \\ vt "MiFFICI, ,
Continued from page one heart attack at the home of fccr | ficiating. Interment was in East- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABirthday day. 77th; Sti-.r, Benjamin l"i .inkii', t. sr \
brother George R. Powell. in New ''view Cemetery in Newton.Mrs. I I II Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Grit(is Hm.-i ton X.are\\ r-qulred lurk 21. x. y. ATTHST: I I. I'.\,\. !, "

property on Declaration of Tak ton. N. C. on Thursday. July 31. : Miner was returned to New I Miss Mamie Clark Party was honoree Mr and Mrs W. L. Wine an.i of Raiford called on their daughter. :f-p'" ''h"',,'I nl.! '.r. < 195!. to?, appear lhr ..I|,..on, .. I| .

in the case of Bradford County She had to North Carolina i grandson. Donald Bennett Mrs. Carl Brown ; II and iau.se. heiei-i ,
ing I gone i Smyrna for burial, and funeral i I at a birthday party ,'Monday of on Satur i :.aim in -,....K" divorce BradfordWi'nv. i< r- a
al. This to attend the funeral of her sis given Fort Myers day. S '''lill' ,
vs. E. J. Dowling et I spent Sunday night T.-t. j.ph shall lullll.11 this
I services were held there Saturday -| afternoon by her mother Mrs 1',1., :
latter case in connection with securing -I ter. Mrs. Cora Carpenter. who with the M. L. Watterson They ill .I \t r"", t'ekly I'tit". : TUXEDO
afternoon.Mrs. Lloyd Clark and Mrs Tom Mar- :I! : -'I,1\- hand and oificial seal
right of way for drainage died at her home there three day key, at the were on their way to Michigan "I'.,' .,M.nk. KL.nda. this AURIIM ti. :':
Clark FEED
I Miner was the widow of I home. Game j to attend the :% nIlCt'nI'I"; lit *. >'- STORE
301. Wine
structures along previously.Both reunion. Mr. '
I the late were enjoyed with 'I In rirruit Court. llrnilfonl t..f' 'KKi.-iU. '
Everett Miner. Urn prizes being MAU: A J. Thomas..1
A 'letter was received from D. Mrs. Miner and Mrs one ::: I won by Jeanne Wine L; the grandfather of DonalcJMcMahone. Kloriiln: In Chnnrrryt A> Clerk of said Court i KeyMone Heihi.
engineer at the Starke Mary Ellen I '
: ,
L. Durban requesting that old I Carpenter were daughters of the light plant .1. Pmt'luiiMff: \ -. ivtty :>1. "1.1t1 I r. C.osbv. Deputy Clerk
and son of U. D. Miner well known Padgett and Mamie Clark. I itt'iiijc; DIMS Ivf.-n.l:int. Alan \\' ,,,, r Jr. 4iC.: :Smith!
State Road 13 south of Lawteybe late Robert S. Powell and Laura Refreshments of Mrs. P. Green and four children C.N', ''.'..;:; I'mid n I>! I I.,, I UnMlle. Florida .' FEEDFERT1UZHK

closed. The request was denied. Shelton Powell who movnl to Starke jeweler of many years ago. ;j and cake, cookies of Jacksonville! are spending the I Not ire T. \i|,riir.To _\I!> s t.., l-i-. > x H > JI -.
I She wa born in Providence near: punch were served by the :I Betty GQ.srg > Davi. "'h.1r""ld'n'e I! I
week -
with her -
first Monday North Carolina in I sister-in-law
Since the next regular Starke from hostesses. I Mrs. I
Lake Butler July 2i.>> 1SS6.; and I J. I. and is 11..rrl"fi..ld.1 t *>" ri i, Clrcolt r 0.,.. Jtr .Uod ('o..f,. !: SEED PL
fall (
Board Knight. whiuaddress t.i'iv
meeting of the 1885. j !>: r o Kffie I i riorlda In (
.I was teared 1 in Starke. i Those attending were: Misses i t ,h;.-urg.Lt,,\ 95.;; MotriM'i.'M: ... : 4'h..1-: baarery i
on Labor Day a legal holiday. Mrs. Carpenter waa born near James Nazworth was in Jack- souri.Tun!. '\ w 111Ihl.:: 1'\lIn') :," Vi
Beside. and Joanne Wait. Annie' j 1.1"111. \\ r Kit| I liefendant
it was decided to postpone the Long Island N. C. on Dec. 14, their brother. George are II. JOHNSONPROPRIETOR
i Mae Prescott. sf1n'iIIeIonday to consult a physician I i i hereby notified that a Case Xo ".f."s'I ,
meeting until Tuesday. Sept. 2. 1884 and moved with her parentE Mrs. Miner and Mrs. Carpenter Mary Ellen Pad- 'i in regard to the broken s-uit for Order. .f PiikllenlUn .\nd >.llce ToIppcac
I II Divorcehas
t I I gett Linda Gayle Green. Jean En. : !Male *r Kl.-rl.la 'I',,:
I to Starke when he was six I II are xutvived by another brother, : dicott. Glenda : hand that he obtained last week.Mr. I Keen filed against ynu In the 1."..ill- Wright whos.' resi.i.n .

I months old. She was married tc C. J. Powell of Starke, and four Parker the hon-. i and Mrs. M. L. above named Court and caut.e and and addres. |o. 2S1 17 |1.:1: \1., "I' ,
i iI Watterson
Four-Way Health oree. Mamie Clark and the host- ; you are required to serve a ropy of I I Ivour Axe. U..lly\\.d.|| (Calif..rn, .
I P. O. Carpenter a merchant of ,, sisters: Mrs. T. G. Carter. Lulu1; I esses Mrs. were in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. answer or pleading to the loU .tr.. re<|tiired t" "t)1'1"] ,I' n -
Newton N. C. and after his death I[ Mrs. Kobeit Tanner. Baldwin Clark and Mrs. Mar- 1 complaint on the Plaintiff Septt-mber. lit'.:;. in ih. i \
Check To Begin II ; key. and Mrs. G. B. Adkjns; and Attorney, Hay SHden. Selden nii..ed Court and ,'IU-,', .. ,
in 1931 she continued to operate Mis. Harold Ford!, Cocoa; and "hildren of :Miami nuil.JinaDanllna Peach Klorlil.i Plaintiff s..rks divor.-- you arC'plallllillg

the mercantile business which was jone j Mrs. J. H. Fields of Starke. In'i' Health Trailer Due II I' his are guests of and file the original in the offio I' "'adford County Telegr.i'l| si 11,11\, \
Here 20A S.x.n brother, Gerald Adkins and ..f the Clerk of the Circuit Court publish this Order in n.-\t t. ur
August of the oldest establishmentsin addition. Mrs. Miner
survivedby The Tuberculosis family. Together on or before the I weekly issues. I F
and Health they spent Sunday
Newton. two daughters. Mrs.V.. W. : 13th day of August. 1952: I Witnens my hand ami ..ffi.i! nl *. ii!
mobile unit giving a free Association trailer will be in I afternoon at Kingsley Lake. otherwise the allegations of .aid al Stark.. FI"I'ida. Ih.> \1--I I a neit-
Funeral services were held at Praetorious of Cocoa and Mrs. U$ '
; Complaint will be taken
will be Brooker During as confessed
four-way health check-up on August 28th at Parkers a recent electrical stonn,
the home of her brother. Georg? R. L. Whitesides of New Smyrna I I by :you. (OFFICIAL SRAL) A T Th.'rn't. I home .
stationed at various points in Grocery Store from 10 a.m. )I lightning struck the home of J. This notl.'e hal1 be published As Clerk of said i"urt '
R. Powell on Wednesday after Beach: five grandchildren and By Alarian
Bradford County beginning Wed. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. W. Bedenbaugh while they were once 4.IIIi week for four consecutive I. Crosby. Dcputv fl-.K
noon. July 20. at 4 o'clock with two great grandchildren. j I weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Chas i{ itrvs 204 nllaranlI.f, or other of
nesday Aug. 20 and continuing ,i I Two simple tests will be made. absent from home. The electric BitiMng.: .la, ksonxill... Fl'rid.t, any type

through Sept. 2. Chest X-Rays and Blood Tests meter was torn from the house I Dated this Hth day of July l'!>;32OFFICIAL Attys for IMf. xx H'x -", building call

Everyone 15 years of age and Wyrick Moves I friends to stop by and see his j You will not have to undre&j and i but because: of the good ground ( SHAD of the .\Circuit. J. ThinIu4s.Clerk Court. | MlllfK OF IMKM-IHX TO on us

over is urged to take advantageof place when passing that way. It ]I[ the results will be strictly conS i wire no further damage was done i I nI.ui.. .," I. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. iir.cii-ir.u KK-I-IIIOI \ \ MK

thid check-up which will be Ranch Operation I is called the Green Oaks Ranch. ;I II | fidential. These tests are made tc Mrs. Weathersbee of Branford J SOTICK tl'idersigned Notice I is h'-rehv under gi\en the that the';' McMURTRY

given under the sponsorship of I To Tallahassee I the same name under which he I|. detect possible" cases of anemia,.. i spent a couple of days last week > To IPPRUlIn ,| ..f ('',..i.t-r .n.'t'iP:: I.i II' of Ilr"\"I Klolida.I"'I" I

the Bradford County Health Department -I J! operated at Lawtey. I I tuberculosis. syphjlLj and diabetes with her sister, Mrs. T. J. Alderman 'I,I C'lreult ('..art. llrnilloril fount;. 'A'ts'lerk of of 1" the 4I. will Cirrint' register( '"11'1'with in and the ]:
DnrlHn In Chancerr.Frank '
and the Bradford County J. \Vjnck, who recently moved -i i i > The tests are free to all from age, I and family. !. S Miller. Plaintiff. \ .. Ali..Miller. ,.-.- dn.for '1'a.If.1. I'oiinti.. :'tate. of Kluri- I' BUILDERSKeystone
: .
(ton re. eipt .r pr.ini .r public.itfii I
Tuberculosis & Health Assn. his ranching operations from '! August Call !i 15. Mr and Mrs. J.V.. Bedenbaugh I II..n.lanl.I' < : of this notice, the fictitious- I}
Each will be given a Lawtey to Tallahassee was a visitor All in Palatka I' : nil ft. of SIn rk- Marilu.ire i'..m!>anvunder Heights
person For Induction Set are urged to participate and j Saturday.Mr. Notice T,,, ,.tppear.TH I which I am eneaeerl:: in l>uness -; Fla.$
blood The to the Telegraph office Wed .\I" Iill..r.'h" .. ,'
chest x-ray and a test. : have these : residenceand on -ill Street
test made Starke. Kla
i. so that wemay and Mrs. Freddie Walter- .
i .
I add'- ; i is: c :Mr*. Vmce'it H. C. Kit.-h and
; nesday. He stated that there WaS Kvalyn I D Hit."h. ,
chest x-ray is for the purpose of i The August call for induction. have a healthier community I son who have been 1 living at the r.i.-lei.: :!n-'M Tilth -AvenutApart- ,...I.- OH-in" a-. 1\ 7';:5. Str (... Fla' ESTIMATES

finding any possible cases of tu- no where in the world he'd rather for Local Board No. 18 I Bradford j home of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.Tment <-tJ. ItvsideQtievns.. I.ong Is. I Dated tha- Mb daof August A CHEERFl I.I.V
live than Bradford County but that !J WMF I Kind Ni.%% York. 1S.1: :?. .it :St.itke. Crailtorit (nt'N\
berculosis. tumors of the chest I' and Union Counties MeetingThe ioiinix
) is scheduled ,
M. L. Watler on. moved into the: | You are hereby notified that a I Kloi.da.SOTin.
or enlarged heart. The blood test he was cramped at his Lawtey location j for August 12 as follows: I i WMU met at the Baptist : cottage at the rear of their home.. I suit forDivr.e i' :" -- -- --
for lack of additional I'lIOFKLYTOE
is for diagnosing diabetes anemia ;, John Leslie Gnffis. Rt. 2. Church Wednesday afternoon July 1
pasture and had to move.At The Hampton ball team hayI hat' been filed against: you In the 3581; .
and syphilis. Those who apply for j Starke; Granvil Dan Priest. 30. at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Eugene I I I above named Court and cause and i : OK Ic"nll\ DAYKK.

the tests need not undress: and his new location. 5 miles Starke. I fThese men are presently! I Crosby president, and Mps. Wilson played four recent games losing. 1 you are required to serve a copy of 1..1. I: Wainwrighi \t. \'STONE: 24tI iutirIIWL
north of Tallahassee on the Thorn- members t j2 and winning 2. Waldo at WaldWaldo 'I .ur aiiMvrer or pleading to the :-Itark. Florida by \11'a i ii. .1 -i.
may take one all, or of reserve components of Green chairman in j complaint on the Plaintiff's authority vested ..
any person and his program in me l.v law .1 I .,. _
Mr. 7
asville road. Wyrick -
any part of the tests. the Armed Forces not on active charge. Mrs. Green the devotional Hampton 6; Palalka ,, Attorney. T. Frank Landrum h.-r.-l.y. ,-iII|| an rlerlion I.. !:. li. I.I "'' _-. '- h'- .. ,.
son-in-law partner. C. L. Carter. gave at Starke-Palatka 8. Hampton I Starke. Florida.ind at ine I'11Hall in Hiit"i." -i.i, I -
If your tests are :normal you have 189 acres in pasture. He duty and because of the date of1 j: and Mrs. R. F. Gayno the I 113 Ocala : file the original in the office ofthe town by the .llIlIiC.i .... \ ...t"i
at Ocala-Ocala
will not receive If their enlistment will receive a Taking ; 11. Clerk of the Ci'cuit Court on ITuet-day, Septemf'i :S. I"I..., the I
a report. prayer. part the
your on
states that they combined 1,200 I postponement for one ) pro. ( Hampton 1; Hawthorne at Waldo., or before the put pose of tIe th' | '
tests are not normal a confidential pounds of seed from 30 acres of year. gram were Mrs. M. O. Harrell j till day of September, 192; ; officers: Hearing Aids

report will be mailed to you Pensacola Bahia at one stripping Colored: Willie Junior Swani-i Miss Iva Mae Lewis. and Mrs. I Hawthorne Hampton 23. Supervisor otherwise the allegation.of sauli'.niIjint TIIKEK \I.IWI11', : I '; F. tI i f..II.1: i,
gan Montgomery, Ala. Arthur Nolin is managing theIteam. will be tuk-n as confrstd YKAP.SItlsp. I
or the physician of your choice. .which he thinks is a pretty good ; Gayno. | by you.This ..."I.I ..f 01| '. AND i
Broxton. Jr Jacksonville. Fla. .
; notice shall he ii'inlishedonce F. > ; II. iii' II -l' "
Handbills: will be distributed by record. He is constantly increav Henry Harley, Jr Gastonia, N C The business meeting will beheld each week for four consecutivewe \\ M I':.1u i.l.1I .1I ,
Refreshments served!
| were after I
the Health Department giving the I ing his herd of registered Black at the church Wednesday aft "ks In the Bradford County T. le- I \i : '
1 BatteriesDiabetic
Prayer meeting at the Bapti8tchurch graph. M- I I' i I I
time and place for the tests in Angus and grade Herefords and ernoon. Aug. 20, at o'clock.. All atrd this 6 dav ..August. l'':.j

each community. I invites any of his Bradford County I I members are urged to be present. Wednesday evening to a, (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. !
I congregation of about 126. Pie Clerk of the Circuit <'<>iirtl.v ', Foods
Marian L. Crosby IVpuix, "i'1rks !
Mrs Everett Gainey and children |I tures were taken and one i is hungin \ I' \ '<
are home from a tenday'a the church entrance.Mrs. ,

According to the U. S. Public Health Service, polio in the cation with her family in South Vera Harris and children, In Ciri-nlt\orirr.Court-10, Bradford APPHIH Count Supplies I II
1 of Gainesville with
United States has Wen increasing during the past few Carolina. spent Sunday I Florida ; In hnnrerr. I
Mrs. Dave Green and daughter. her father Charles Alvarez andfamily. I I Kr.-al: Kill-on. Plaintiff: v- \\ 1111" If You Have I I
wrekft. Latest figures show 122 cases! for week ending Please accept this as our thanksfor I Lee KMison: Defendant Surgical ;
Madeline are this weekat .
May 17th 143 for week ending: :May 24th. carrying the announcementsof spending : I ( .t't Xo.t ;itj | PINE
Brooklyn Lake, Keystone ;? Mr*. May Sweeney returned I :NotiCe To Appmr. I I. OR CYPRESS I Supports I
the Evergreen Church which! we I To; Willie I.-.. Kllison. wh.v.eresidence II
Regardless of the fart that Starke and vicinity has been Heights. Friday from visiting relatives in and a are trying by the help of the Lordto '
fortunate enough to have escaped this disease, you never Miss Lavonia Hodge daughterof Philadelphia. Pa. and Pitman N' I I You are lou ch! y notified iii..t a AND
revive.Rev.. A. G. Flynn !suit fur
kuow when it will strike at home. 211 Belfort Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodge has; J. | DUorce Large or Small Tracts Trusses
St., Jacksonville Fla.
returned from a'isit with her i Mr. ami! Mrs. Edward Feagle; of j i baa! .been filed against you in thabove .

l, Sister Mrs. C. M. Chambers in. named Court and cause and : We Buy All !
Polio Policies Pay Up To $10,000.00FOR L Raiford spent Sunday with the I you ae required to serve a copy uf

Getting the Telegraph is like Jacksonville.It I George Saxons. your answer or ple.iding; to tli- | We Rent
EACH MEMBER OF FAMILY AFFLICTEDFor I complaint the Plat'itiff'sAttorney ,
taking a walk down Call Street is with much regret that we l Mr. and Mrs. Orion Jones a 1'1'I T. Frank I.andruiii '

Detailed Information Call when you're not there in person. ,:. report that Rev. and Mrs. Earl!I ; entertaining Mr. Jone's mother I Starke. Florida. I Crutches
I II and file the original in th* ..ffi.sf 0 I
-\V. A. McCall, 623 A St. N. E.t Willis and family, have moved tc i I from Jacksonville.Mrs. ( the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i

Apt. 2. Washington D. C. I Santa Fe. The community will[ I or before the ,I i i1th Veterinary
& Call
Conner 'Gay Insurance Agency j K. B. Watterson left Friday day .,f Sfpteinher. I I\: ".:!. I or
-- certainly miss this wonderful fam. ... ..
: for a two weeks vacation with .otherwise the allegations: of d.l :
116 N. Court St. Starke Phone 285 : ily-and all we can say is-hurry -I Complaintill be taken ..,' ....lIf..,... Supplies J
Dear Friends: I am in Korea I relatives in Forksville.. I ed by you.
back! B.
and I want every one who can or )Ir". Gerald Adkins and daughters This notice shall be ptibli--heil I THOMAS I
Mrs. H. S. Anderson and once each week for four consecutueweeks i
will to write me. It sure is hardto sons Mrs. E. M. Prevail and in the LTadford County T.-! I CANOVA

o'L"'d"' 1I.r. I",[ ID1ID. 1E-.T-ldjX)) see the postman go by and say a Jimmie short visit and with Joe. are her home family.from Mr. j I'j Louise were shopping; in Gainesville j I graph.Dated Ihi6 day' ..f .\IIII-1. I I'- '..' LUMBER CO.

.. 'no mail for you". I ask everyoneto Friday. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thorn- PHONE 211 J INSCRIPTION; ( ENTER
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and Mrs. Harris in Monticello.I I Circuit "a. t I
Clerk of the
try to write and I will try td James Nazworth. who is employed I P. 0. Box 735
Friends lt> :Marii-i L i'robD..HMI ri.iU ( hospital )
of Mrs. Evan near
ON AND AFTKU this date I will!I Vyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy' answer I'ill be looking for :.1 Hodges' by a roofing company in I S "I S : STARKE FLA.

)... responsible for all compliments MATTRESSES letter soon. PLEASE WRITE. My mother, Mrs. Green will be sorryto ,I Jacksonville. fell from a second j (;iainesville. Fla
I g<*t on the brilliant lookr i hear that she is ill in Palatka. / In i'lrrult < van. Hrnunl>. I
addres- is: Cpl. E. W. Hodges Jr. i story roof near Live Oak. Monday ':::
( lilY flmiis, furniture I I linoleum OF AIX KINDS Mr. and Mrs. G. Earl Green and': Kliiriila: In rhnorer.t. -J i:

and woodwork 1 tot IM.AST1- Det. No.l. 45 Repl. Co.. APO. L _. and broke three fingers on ,
at Farm llom> & Auto Supply !>5. care Postmaster San Francisco. ( his right hand. I I
1 Gayle returned} home .. .
and HIM I happy*-FljOIIKXCK I I Calif. Friday from I Russell Dyal who wos in Stark .. ,
PA11.EY. I II I i I two weeks vacation at
-- Brooklyn Saturday morning to have the rest : : FREEZE FRFSH VEGETABLES
I i
FOIl SAI.K-Swtrt Yellow Lupine I Lake, Keystone Heights.ADDRESSES. 1 is
i : of his teeth extracted. slowly re I FREEZE
n>f.l. Hairy I Indigo. new crop i I I Please send Telegraph of the
IVnsaroU HaliU & rrrtifinl rovering from his recent illness CITRUS JUICES FRESH fRUITS
11th as I did not receive one. :
Southland O.u Nfi-il. liny ..arl.j I : but not able to go back to work
-fore prK-e K<> up. Sffd drying j Mrs. K. W. Witt. 525 W. Park.,
& cleaning -7. \\' Hamilton. KeU|>li<>Utered and Columbiana. Ohio. i OF INTEREST 1 yet.

__I'.rooker. Kla. tf t Refinished I Mrs. George Williams an-' [
K 01 i: UKXT-FiiriiMt<>mother Mrs. Wiggins. were in FREEZE .

3 rUIl 111!<. ath., fix l I.srd slerpniK I !I I Please change my address from [Myers, Fla. Jacksonville! Saturday. SEA FOODS
I'ordl11111)' 426:! South St IIrl I Box: 230 Palatka, FU FREEZE
TIIC'I1i111" f-iff: ifrlm'FOIl :: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI.IT Hallandale to 320:! Monroe Drive I L. Z \Williams Dundee. Fla.Miss Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hal** MEAT
West Palm Beach. I was recently of Mr. and!
were recent guests
SAI.K Xii-- -w.'et jui.-v I I j. n OIXIM. jitu I Mary E. King, change fro.r H BARGAINS
\..\h'ndilira 1111:..... M r>"i loll u I \ MM.Koi it appointed District Auditor for Orala to Hampton. i Mrs. Russell Dyal.
farm Krinn!:: o..nt.ttn N'n v li." C-ITTII': AMI hOGS 'he State Beverage Department at Roark I r..,
1 Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Bruce art
i Paul I
Sundays Near tailroad depot .- S \s: I Keleher. change from FREEZE ,
C AV Jenkins.I Joliniou (rutn.itu,. ,I I.lie 0..... Krnrbrtlneml.ir: West Palm Beach. We look fore- Starke to 846 Quito Road. Kerr- j moving in the T J. Alderrnar f
("ounty> Via flft rarh ThurssdisL'IOT1'T ; I ward! to getting the Telegraphand ville. Tenn. house next to Adkins filling sta

\\ \ v \\i:>'''':11' \ t Tn Yorn 1t'mTIF. it u always the first mail Carl H. Edwards. RA1t2:>501S. tion. kWiVEM

\....ne I\TI: '.i.'iii:: Fireproof. Proteeto Seotirity Box I that is read. We are very much is
Anne Brown some'irne
I spending
"A". 716 i i
Sell, profitable unto .upplies 1't.li.: || ". beautiful larjte: heavy duty steel TROB. Ft. Eustis. BUY
l>tr>,,'I.':<. el.'..t ri"l1 l appli.ui.I ''-. box. $It) 25: plus tax. Bradford interested in the happenings at .j .: with her mother. Mrs. Lil a. 'SEASONAL '
Spurt inR Rood1, eti1.Like ; home and believe that Va.Dr. I
: County Telegraph. tf your paperis J. M. Hembree. | lian Browning in Starke.
",rr !afllt O\MO'"- "fVMfin change I FOOD BARGAINS
Auto AvMM'iatr Storevou ,'1\U'nplt.lize the best weekly in the U.S.A. from Roanoke. Va. to 610 North- Mrs. Robert Brown U on a sn-k
IXttiil: 8foWIXnII"'lill:
( >n-wide
\'value-Kix!- ne$ tr.iiu Xo, .m e\Minimum|>eri.-nrenerded top will repair condition.your r&'i.snatleVe machine in tip I -- ,, Mrs. Louise Rhodes 6300. N. W I where she; i is employed near (jLw

use only (centime Singer '1 We have had hot 23rd Ave.. Miami Fla. Gainesville.Mr .
apit.il "f $...! .') ite-M-M Writeif part a summer i j I I .
41, for Information Our dell\ery servici...erice cars will pick r..qu."t.I up and ,I( the longest hot spell that I ever'I II J. P. Wyrick. change: from Law' and Mrs Percy Griffin of -
\ : UTO '.1 IMM.tjH t 0.p '
) ; .
n.n: r.D'. ::tnl 'rCIiill. Ne\v Singer machineare available I,[I saw. It was 100 Tuesday. but has tey to Rt. 1. Box 20Al. Tatla-' Jacksonville spent the weekend -

<-l>H..n, ... I'lorliln m leasonalile termsFOI cooled off now So far the hassee.: Fla. A-ith his father Walter Griffin.I'

I-'IIt'l: FIXK HOP.SKS for sale fan -:Irtrt TMI:, IWo.:F: IIXDfon Bride 'I I haven't been hurt too bad.crops and i(J W. M. Oliver change from Or :Mr and Mrs. Emory (Tops'I t : gw MONtY )....J'

I be hee-i at Y II'\. Tamp Immok.i- KntfraxedVeddinR on fine rag-content Invitations paper- 'i: the corn looks good Mrs J. E. ;, lando to Durant. Fla. Brown returned Thursday evening j .

. lee near\ng K.* '. "I.n :lleicliiXv.ilal.le tit' I S i:? only IIS1 95 Hradfoid County J I Edward Brookville. Ohio j Mrs C. L. Hill. 216 Arrow High 'rom their Honeymoon in North :j I BUY

I Telegraph IfI way. Calermont. Calif. Carolina. j FREEZE .SPECIALS"
KOU S Vl.K- 0-. ere firm. half I RADIOS REPAIRED Mrs Ann H. Gross care Ann' K B. Watterson and Mr. and BREAD AND ON FROZEN w'e SURPLUS

..1.:1 1'.1. other half.. pa:11'. roo. f. I t Cafe. 620 G. St.. San Calif Mrs Eugene Brt: attended the POLLS FOODS GAME
I imh..r with I ft < >" *. 1 h III Makr* til MitdeNttm Diego
feed. I art llamp-hire K..dhlrken,. ....nnhle rhnrurs it n*run teed W.C.T.U..tI.L Mrs. Arleon Eenke. 23 Debo- I "Singing convention at Lake Cutter t
:25: bearinit pe,-:>n tr'-..$. :2 h..uv I ('II' ('. VHIIMIFHI '! N
l>arn X other ItinMintf! I....- "- ..,! 701V.. ('.1I *l. *tl rke I'll. 2191 I IIUIea ". Tilt ARMIES: OX KAIiTHI voNe Ave, Roosevelt N. Y. i Sunday. '\ 0tY NA
1 mi. north of I.al\'t<->' on I'drto Beryl) D. Casey. Ft. 2 USN Fox Miss Sheila Palanavski of Orlando &JV
t1.11 I-W I p. tr .-kh'n.I : npx Ii.\LtlW; for UIXT: NOT utSTlWso :MITI
i is
. *U 15Koll I l h..t r.u.ui,.. im-dern tile bath OF THE III'MIN RACE DIV USS Columbus CA-74. cart visiting her uncle and
,. ... NOR tunt Mr and :Mrs Don !
ceitral heatinir air ool l Kverthinjr \- FPO. Now York. N. Y. Hill. I
lFNTFi'n n".1 h ( ..hunfurnished furni.vhed ex4-ept 1in.n.l.iving S St Mr and Mrs. Henry Brown and
Perry J
"ii T..nth-I See nmni. dinette. kitchen.. IRUNhFNNES'.flCON. KempAF112eT468
*". pantrv. very Urtre 1'1".1"1'1'1) 9th Xii-k at the Kiintt'tiui s: a Airciaft Repair SqdnBox
month Up !Colonial I Flor-t.: X..nlt:1. Phone tf (NATIONAL VOICF.I :-m APO 121. care P 1.ew Mrs. W. A. Saxon and Mrs BUY BARGAINS Buy wher. fresh fru.ts and vegetables! ar-

FOR KKXT-Three room furithrdapartment Y"rk N Y. I lIen Saxon Mondtv.Mrs plentiful and cheap'' Store surplus fis1 and game1' Lots ',,:

I'm itentrance :md Fun the SAI.K bed -:Strawberry.. plan', h\ Jessi- Chastain attended families pay tor their freezers out of actual cash savings'!
Come _
private h.uh. rieotnc refricvr- si' befott \ in IJ
"'.>r and K"e.. Mr XatWilli.tnt buy M Uhoden. Slat- F irn'hetwee.n P.oad i -he! funeral of her nephew Curti

).. Cor li th and Oitirrh Stark' and Heilbronn I 'ulas at Highland who 'S
S IL it,, Sprines lip !J DOWN SHOPPING Prepare desserts an. ,
mm ELECTRIC SERJ'ICE -ilh'd\ In an auto accident in Texas
dishes for meals at one session. Buy ice cream i.. bulk.
FlnI.r. Farmnll
.41n II'XT-t.' i m hon" AtfHl.-J A Miss Barbara Matchett has re-
lichtvuer nd bath. 120 per I tractor. in .\-1 ,''n''lfi.'n with all Use the time you save for cooling relaxation. -
mo. I. |i. Jnrdin. mi. on' JV i nce .sarv farm ennipmeitW t'riceste. limed home after spending i {

I.< ., off Highway 16. tit. I. HOTS04 : C. Stalnaker. RiWAXTKO !. week with relatives in Lawtey.
p.1 :!H-l' :tIp S t5:
ZENITHRADIO Her cousin Betty Durban accompanied company

Fort SAl.F-Thil1si..t i fr-*** m -Housekeeper who needarood her home and will .'calls. When healthful fresh foods are hard to find. With a
plant. C I.et..rh. Ui !. fox St. home !
and .
) two or I themselves1 -
tin spend a week here. well-stocked freezer meals will often plan /
three children. S to II: years old. .
See or writ. P F ('reel. Lake. ) 4 Mr and Mrs. C. R. Moore of t'HERE'S
FOR SM.K Two-wherl 7 ft tnerx .
Hamilton. Fla Ttn S 15 I
Vrcher and Mrs D. W. Moore
;* t..It..r with" trj>milm F'v andTelevision of

1.'IP.. 1 ltrin OmhA'rd mnfo. "in FOR SALE-One I'urthrt'dnlu" tarke visited Mrs. Thomas Brown THE FULL STORY!
fttn at (;*y-i t lulf Station.
hull. Reasonably priced good Sales Sunday
'f'\di""n '"iT Ponrt St liLOSTfl.d

.blood\nriia line Krahman Breedi'iR bull age jearlirut.On H and Service Mrj Iii Parrish daughterVeta Get four fee foloV/ of ovc office It givei oil rh. loch obovt '"' .

male d.-K. July !. with rood breeding quality ContactItoyle and Mr. Nettles of / '
old l.ath..r C"ot1arr"n.1 Earlton lot HAPPIER FLORIDA LIVING ElECTRlCAU.2
nerV. Conner Prone .
Short ar". f.,-ar on rlish front lip # 11' v" I III attended church services at the I
I..R' Fln.I"r m>*ifv .
Charley Baptist Church Sunday and were
.fnbbl.! I ""'I.. Fla
) Cieneral Oliv -- TEP-.Y3r.'nan 224 X. Temple Ave.
'rv. ItnXST steady work around or hulldinK handyman and Phone 166 tinner guests of Mr and Mw. J. ; Ub

IPrnun.b.pply any morning El T. Brannen. I %

t'ork"r or 5irariWiIt"f\\nl..i. Sa.. on.1 ton-.i Ian'h.rot..1. Itchc STARKE, FLORIDA Mr and: Mrs. Charles Alvarez !
to n.."'I' of Sandr n>
md children James
FOR AU'ti"l'n". GranlttTrall..r. srsq sflssns=.t.-s flsrfls sesen and and: Ear- I ,
%. ..... Sn.t.rsrs rsspfl-s-t I .
--a o .
fnfnffr T! new apply any mornlnr. !ene :and James Nazworth vis.ted .
nOt 17g. 5""rk.. 111' El Panrho MMeL Itchg -
I Mr and Mrs Qrarlei! Gaaicir. and


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