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: April 14, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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I Official Comity Publicatioll Established 1879 i
that Starke' enthualaBCuI ed president of the Wilmington

,1m membership ha. Woman's Club Another presidential --- -

',,Scout, 'large for :one pack and honor' for Call Street! I;' VOLDU; S"' tli'i\oOSE, : ii- -. t'lT.UK"- :. WiUD:', "'ItI'j..-RIII4HflO- : riThIiI'R: Tll RTi'.NIN i r

WI' being made for formingthe" And Milton Bro\ nlee is now Uie --- '

meeting,oon brought. The out recent some Pack lartk Mayor something of Gainesville in the atmosphere. Must be a. Gastonians Eat Fish Soak Up Sun: Free Band Concert TonightThe Berry Season

. talents as the Staten round here that makes us turnout ,

''"""':))en during 111118 displayed, : belong a skit self-drawn.In. Some Dickc That so many m-w home leaders--*- -for- .I.Jimmy. and Play BalL And Say They Like Starke"Starke Bids Fair To Set

th'' Paul MtLendon took Madge Cryisteen) on North Cherry I

entire group, a.i theer& certainly went up in a hurry In Post 'War RecordWith
, oe )I the I a mljtlllhu"pltable.j since their arrival here th
lie the Looks like be Inmost
to they'll moving
'18 supposed not friendly little cityV,. |like, It, Browns have enjoyed Ideal wee
may rot any day now BUS students -'and chances
those are will want to return ther conditions for their field sessions
''iulti' ai shocking DonnleXr. enjoying! a'belated! Eat, i, next year If the town still each day from 10 till 2. six weeks of ship-

received a Bear Badge holiday this week by getting I,wants us." Business Manager J. "You can't get a man In shape ping still in prospect Bradford

ai Be worked on last year and Thursday an' Friday off while I B, Hill) of the Gastonia (N.C.) until you can sweat him" the County strawberry growers have

awaited since teachers attend a meeting down II Browns commented yesterday said "and this Floridasun already sold almost as many berries -

'gratulations patIently to, the Cube -- state Hear that Lou Beyers. I Still pleased with the set-up manager is sure fine for that. I called as they did In the entire, prolonged

far with .all that "Peter Cottontail" hop Is Improving ,' here, where six-month of 1949.
y hould go 'I hotel ret urant. gymnasium Gastonia the other day and it was season
since her sore foot is. doing i
liuslasmtufting: and baseball field are all still snowing up there." Shipments for the current season
the same Seems that the Gastonia
', within convenient walking d I. Hill describes his current team this week reached a total of
U holdIng up *" "Browns" are really enterIng tance, Manager Hill said that few 20,832 crates. Last season's total
"" I as "young and fast"-only two
Into the of with
spirit things
re- towns could offer such favorable : .
A. Davis proudly older than was 28,80crates. By the time
with L. entertainment by various civic men on the squad are
recent successful tug ocr accommodations to a ball club for 21-"And to see those the 1950 season draws .t<> a close

tlng with a a 12 *.* pound black BPW groups gals and .even. a Mighty dinner nice by the to'' spring training purposes boys eat fish you"ought he added 'In dis In May, shipments will have established -

Herb Deal wa a witness have them here and The Browns have split two each cussing a Tuesday night outing tn Bradford County High School Band, plrtuied above In symphonic Heating< arrangement will bt a new high for the 1940-
I It's so .. Un- hope they'llcome with Gainesville and Palatka In host to Carl Roberts announced that Col. 00 decade.
7 will| testify again next season which the Lions Club was heard tonight (Friday) In ltd Annual Spring Concert. Director
land Charley Wade an' Bud- the four' exhibition games played the Browns at Mayor J. R. Wain- Harold Itachman. director of the Vnlvvralty of Florid Band will he the featured guest conductor at the. Prices ao far this season have

Crawford held a private con. Well that seems to be all for since their arrival here Sunday, Wright's place on Klngsley Lake. concert, which will bo held In the ISO auditorium! beginning at o'rlork.. The public Is cordially Invited been slightly above last season's
and Klbert E<|- I April 2. went to the lake $7.98 crate Grower
,t at Elaine 'now So long See you In The The Oastonlansi to attend the cvncert anal there Is no admlmtlon charm- I per average.
rt,' recent bltrhday party to first game. played In Gainesville early In the afternoon and enjoyed I have raised 1229,388.16 for the,
the next -- Carolyn
who could eat the moat hot last Friday, was taken 10-0 swimming, speed boat riding aid 20.832 crates marketed so far

They downed 13 anti by Gastonla. A well seasoned fishing until supper time. "Someof Final Rally this year while In 1949 they sold

n respectively or.o the Palatka club took the Browns' our boys didn't even know bow BHS Scores Over Road Crash Fatal 28,803 crates 'for $230,863.90."With .

an Item CAROLYN Jr measure 19In Saturday's "bill Set For StarkeOn
Glimpsed game to fish Manager Hill said another crop still to be
rv the tots Tlme .Unlon recently to In Starke, but the North Carolinians they sure had a good time trying." April 28thState marketed here In the remaining

effect that Crosby Dawkln, .- redeemed themselves by takIng "By the time the Lions had Waldo Branford To Georgia ManWillie week of April and the first partof

Catheruiman. have nice an 11-8 decision over the Azaleas the boys had and County candidates
band of our own.- Well. did everyone a everything ready May, gross receipts should surpass -

', was elected president of Easter? Bet you did Hope In Palatka Sunday. The second really worked up a good appetite Ire Invited to speak at the political the $300,0.00 mark for the

Beta Theta Pt Alumni In you had better luck with the fellows game with Gainesville, played here and you should have seen that fish, After last Tuesday's game being i rally to be held in Memorial Lewis 42, of Swalnsboro.da. first time since before World War

luonvllle\ CongratulationsOther than I did, though. My new Monday night was dropped by hush puppies, french fries. and rained out, BHS went to Waldo Stadium at Bradford Park Friday ., was killed Instantly Tuesday II. when an acreage of 1,000 to

presidential honor for outfit didn't help me a bit Gaatonla 82.Manager coffee disappear down the hatch.It Thursday afternoon, Aarll 7, for I night, April 28. This will be the night about 9:30: o'clock when 1,200 was considered average for

111 Street: Ona Demorest and guess, I'll just have to start relying Hill announced that I would have done your heart their third start of the season.i final date in the .current series two truck collldi-d, at the north this county.

Conner elected presidenttheir on my little gossip bird tc another exhibition game has been good." j: Bert Newcomb and Jack Wainwright of meetings sponsored by the end of the Hampton cut-off on This season's acreage Is estimated -

yle respective fraternities at keep me company scheduled with the Green Cove The Gastonia Club leaves Starke were the battery for the County Democratic Executive US 301 at 800, an Increase of almost

neville!! Zeta Tau Alpha Some of the college student Navy Base. to be played In on the 19th and from all Indications local nine. After a shaky: start, Committee, The truck In which Lewis was 100 percent over last year'

id 1 Alpha Gamma Rho My and other out-of-town girls and Starke Monday night. at 8 o' there's a pretty good chance. which saw Newcomb walk in three P. L. Bridges, member of the riding was travelling south onO 425. A further Increase la expected -

honors are piling up boys or should I say young mer clock. r runs to tie the game, Hazen came Executive: Committee states that ? \ and the driver, Rlwyn: Cole-, for next year'

jw the and women, who were home sometime .I Outside of two cold, rainy days they'll be back next year. In and put out the fire. the field will be well lighted for man, also of Swalnsboro, apparently The market management advises

the Interesting ne'V- during the holidays, were:: I This game was loosely played by this occasion, and the public Is. was undecided which roadto growers against picking berries .

Among to our fair city are the Idell Landrum, Pat McGrlff, Starke Dry Cleaners I Rites Wednesday both teams, BHS) committing three Invited to come out and hear the take at the cut-off and started the day before bringing them to

mer E. Wes ons who came here Frankie Morgan Martha Home, errors and getting caught on the candidates. to turn left. It Is believed that the platform.: The auction begins I

itido from Atlanta and are Peggy Ann Wiggins. Doris Mon. Offer Linen Service For A. B. SurrencyAt bases a number of times During he realized his error and was each morning at 9:43.: : allowing -

:ently In the Beard house on West I crlef. Barney McRae Bruce For BusinessesMr. Dedan ChurchAlbert his turn on the mound. Hacen refused turning back onto 301 when he growers plenty of time to pick '
ing Steve Tax CollectionsHit collided with another truck their berries' the same day that
which enjoys the Mathews, Charles "Knight, to give up a hit. Davis was approaching 'I

itinctlon aatiington of being "the only Weldon (didn't see much of Steve and Mr.. Junlus M. Smith, B. Surrency, 83 lifelong the top defensive player of the from the south. Coleman they are to be brought In for sale.

the school grounds" . seem he and Charles Knightspent owners and operators of the resident of Bradford County. died I game. was hospitalized In Lake, Only slight damage was done
uw on ; t- most of their time wooing at the 92 PercentBradford City. but was not seriously hurt.Sheriff to Bradford County crops by the .)
aude was an electrician In .A Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry, suddenly Monday morning I BHS won 9-6 after the score had
ita nd is now working with the finny population of Santa Fe this week announced further expansion home of his son A. E. Surrency, ; been tied several times, P. D. Reddish 'stated two light frosts experienced Thursday -
Lakes) Jeanette and offeredIn that no charges have been made, and Friday morning of last
amphreys Gold They 'came and Orandln !n their service In Starke. Wednesday afternoon at 3 .: '
andGeorge pending an Investigation by the week. Coming on April 6 and 7.
Crew., and ,Jeanette County's 1649 tax roll
re because of Mr.' WeallOna'alth Spencer this area. 'Born in Lake Butler on January on the home diamond Branford
'all i State's Attorney. Both driven it Is believed that this was the
Glad to see
Roberts. collected when,
which has greatly Improv- "Due to the growing tourist 1. 1867. Mr. Surrency later moved came back to finish off the rained wall 92 percent
still like Starke closed the April 1 : were apparently somewhat at latest frost ever recorded here.
the hooks on .
ilnce their arrival In Stark. you trade In the vicinity, a linen service to Brooker and resided therefor out affair of last week. The final fault, he said.
O. Chambleys, friendsthe enough to come home once In a- 46 He had spent hopast deadline, Collector J. R Kelly announced ,
4-0 In BHS.
The R. years. score was favor of
offered to the small The In the truck
Wessons' in Atlanta, also while. Wish I could go away to will be two years ,wIth his son In I Hazen gave up only three hits yesterday. men going Two Churches Merge;
hotels, tourist courts, barber and north were Lester I. Howard anil
but .
and have an school or something guess Starke.He .Mr Kelly believes that all dafinqiiunt
>vod| to Starke Smith said struck out 14 hopefuls and addeda Willie Valckestrr both of Jack. Will Construct
Mr. ,
( before beauty rtiops, '
iartTent Kaufman's : I've still got sometime to go parrels will be redeemer
the the for hon
at list bundle, was a lifelong member of triple at plate more "sonville.
Ir. Chambley Is employed aj<< a I'll graduate from grammar. "With regular finish bundle price rough dry, the Baptist Church. "( 'I' ors. *, of sold at thd annual ale. to biheht New BuildingOn 1
Just figured out th ,other 31 mak
l'111.H... at, .! school.dlhoW"10hg'"ttcfual1y"Ukl., S wpt -wash, and-now linen supply, -Surviving: are two -dauJh3t s. *. Outside of missing a couple o( leg on Bradford Wednesday County's, May tax, rollcollected Senior Class Plays Easter Sunday April 0, the l

. and equipped to Mrs. Vera Allen of Brooker, and signals, the entire BHS team Is tn
we are ready and
person of my Intelligence 'to get 100' !percent si It hadbeen To members of Corinth Water"f
know this type meet any out-of-town competition Mrs. Rosa Knight of Jacksonville: be congratulated for a very good Be PresentedIn oak Missionary Baptist Churchesmet
Hint Eastern Star play "It's Ate an education; you every year since 1BI2.
gets to automatically pass 3 ," he added. "Long an advo- three sons, M. J. Surreney of game. net collec. USO April 21st In joint session at the Corinth
some Mr. Kelly reported
certainly after being In it three years cate of the trade-at-home policy, Jacksonville. .1. O. Surrency of Harold grade
retofore hidden talent that I twelve times three Is thirty- we have worked toward complete Hudson Falls. N. Y. and A. E. the star defensive player again lions of $138.80400( on April 1. Fun and suspense. will mingle Sunday School at 10 A.M. wee

ver dreamed existed in our six, so that's the number of yearsit laundry and cleaning service for Surrency of Starke; a brother I* with excellent fielding to his credo The 1010 tax roll totalled. $t5-: t<, make an evening of rare entertainment followed by the Worship Serviceat

dat Margie Manire came will ,have taken me to graduate our community for the past 21 F. Surrency of Zellwood; two* it. However, Clayton Stricklandwas 91099: but $1,51863 of this amount for those! who attend the which time the'.Inglng of old I

ghty th her nigh robust stopping and rambunctious the show If and when I ever do years." half brothers, M. F. Godwin of close on his heels, throwinga was discounted by early Senior Class plays on Friday gospel hymn was enjoyed. Rev.

Pearl" This sure has been a busy week Mr. Smith pointed out that Nashville. Ga., and Ed Godwin of basemnner out at third from taxpayer, The $138,804.00 already night April 21, at 8 o'clock In J. T. Barnes led In prayer and the
personation of "Minnie Sparks. Ga.: two sisters, Mrs. P. center and collecting one of the USO auditorium. !
for the seniors they've been "Moth Chex" Is another service deep Scripture reading was by Rev
Ed Simpson merited an oscar ss busy as bees practicing for now being offered for winter M. Barefoot of Starke Mrs. three triples at the plat paid plus the$4.91863 discounted Two one act plays will be pre- S. E.: Spark., pastor of Wateroak
r Ms portrayal of the old Con- makes total of $143'
their two plays that are going to clothes, blankets draperies, etc. Francis Parker of Washington, The entire team played heads-up a simted: Church. Rev. G. K. Jones, pastor
lerste veteran, but, then I hear tsaIn- D. C., and two half-sisters, Mrs. of 322.72, leaving only $12.n7887 still "AdA Gives First Aid," of Corinth, the
be presented April 21, In the BHS Thla Is a colorless, odorless ball and won the admiration a preached sermon.
ihould be good spent about auditorium. The names of the less, non-inflammable liquid which Alice Godwin of Ray City, Pa., Coach Funderburk for their errorless on the bonks as uncollected, or sprightly comedy will have In Many friends were present and

years In show business. It "Ada Gives First Aid" anything that moths will and Mrs. Dick Godwin of Mill. efforts After the game he In the classification of doublesiiiieasment.s Its runt Dolores McKnlght a* Ada; at noon lunch was served by the
plays are: protects .
mi, before and I Insolvencies.
down to be. ,
settling errors
and "The i Tiger's Claw." Admission eat. It carries a five year guarantee edgevllle, Ga.Funeral was heard to aay-"How 'bout: Laura. her maid, Nancy Ilelnta; two churches

me a jeweler Homer and will be fifty cents for adults and Is not affected by repeated services were held In that? They're a wonderful bunch I Dr. Mortimer Gerald, the new At 1:30: P.M. the meeting was

tty Swlndall gave their usual and twenty-five for students. All cleaning. the Dedan Baptist Church near of kids." The amount of taxes now being neighbor, Jlmmey Lee; Jim Fltspntrlck called to order by Rev. Jones and

p notch performance a* the afternoon at collected In Bradford County Is who Is "on the the following business attended
volumeof Brooker Wednesday meets cop, was
you good folks plan to come "Due to the Increased The team High Springs
unlf uble couple In who had so much advance Information says they're business brought about by these 3 o'clock with Rev. Raw Is of there Friday afternoon at 3:30: approximately double what It was Robert Stefanelll: "The Girls". to: It was voted unanimously
setting a wedding date In 1943 :when collection totalled Mrs. Archibald Martin (Minnie), to and consolidate
High Springs officiating. merge
and the Klssam has drawn
And really going to be big hits various services, we are able to o'clock. Benny
then of course, there around $79,000.Service: .
Betty Device; Mrs. William Sand the two churches and that the
seniors need the do-ra-me, ever offer the city customer reduced Interment was In the family the mound chores for the day witha
slon Ben of Rowland's well-padded hear of that.stuff? Boy. all prices In dry cleaning for the Witt C. Jones Funeral Home In probability that Arthur Winkler ...r,,' (Fay). Catherine Galney; new body be named the Bayless .i
Kate Smith which had
( seniors ought to like me aftera summer months. Cost of, plot In Dedan Cemetery with De. will see some action also if he's OfficerIn Hilda Williams, Nayena Martin; Highway Missionary Bap tlst
ervone In stitches .. Mrs. W. you M.... FVIward Hager (Maxlne), Church. It was decided that the
service charge of arrangements.Active ready.
plug like this makes this prohibitive
Uiddleton delivery Starke
was honored with a TodayTo Jean' Parker. new church building should be
' The band spent Monday and In the rural districts," pallbearers were Russell The next home game will be with
'cage Thursday and Mr. I "
night. I "The Tiger's Claw, a mystery built on the highway which almost -
S. Matthews Tuesday giving small concerts for Mrs. Smith said.. "Since I have Green Albert Knight HowardKnlA'ht Lake Butler Tuesday night at 8 Assist VeteransAll
Friday night as drama, will provide plenty ol runs a line between the two
!"ladles In the the schools at Hellbronn, Hampton always felt that laundry and dry Paul Allen, Roy Allen and o'clock.
audience with thereat needing assistance suspense. In the cast are Willie church buildings.
and some of the were more or less awoman' Clyde Cone.Venire persons
number of year. of marN \cleaning with claims or other matters pertaining Rlordan, a policeman, Rudolph Rev. ,Jones was elected supply
in the county. I have engagedMrs.
life to their credit .. At- other small schools worry, Rit,*s For Mrs. LewisIn to veterans' benefits may Prevail; Mrs Rlordan Manes pastor of the hew church. Marcus.
too tired to call, on
active Bobble Sue Barksdale Hope they didn't get Irene Faulkner to Is Drawn Starke FridayMrs. consult John S. Cook Assistant Dodd; Malvina (Tootsie). theli Conner was elected church clerk,
I'm looking ,
because representative
fa handsome, young Michael An- from all stuff you as our city problems For Spring Term State Service Officer, who will 'daughter, Ellen: Searle; HerbertIn and Mrs. Pearl Norman treasurer.
their with cleaning
Iraon were crowned queen and forward to them doing help you your various services Mable O. Lewis, wife of be In Starke today (Friday) from love with Malvlna, Harry Green;: Deacons are; Marcus Conner, T.

I"S of the baby show held In tonight at the band concert forget to and explain" Mrs.our Smith con. Of Circuit CourtThe A. M. Lewis, formerly of BUrke 8:30 to 11 A.M. Mr. Cook may be Cora a society matron Peggy N. Norman W. T. Crosby U A.

rnn tion with this lively pro. Don't you young things of to you, and Lawtey, died Tuesday mornIng contacted at the office of A. J. Cozatt; Hattle Randall, a maid Crosby Frank Norman and Russell -

liction And a good time was come, because it's even free cluded. following venire has been In the Alachua County Hospital Thomas, Jr., County Service Officer. 'Juanlta Anders; Joe Williams, stelephone Norman.

Id by all charge and you know that's a I drawn for the spring term of after a lengthy Illpess. : employee. Jimmy Cro Clerk Conner says: "We have

pretty rare thing around what's here.goingon. I'll Starke Wins 9-8 Ctrout Court which will convene Mrs.. Lewis was a former county While here Mr. Cook will\ be by; Mr*. Butler Thorpe. EIra! around $2,000 In the buIlding .

They 11III1 that lightning doesn't sure be there to see NineThe here on Monday, April 24: had bath Crawford. fund We have the spirit of the ,!
what all Keystone nurse In Bradford County and all veterans and
know Over to assist
Wke twice In the same place Sure wouldn't Millard Judd. Frank F Thomas for the glad The UHS Band under the capable Lord. We have leadership fellowship -

.'t good luck certainly does .. ,, of you would do If I didn't think advertise Starke Lions took a close R.. C. Buford M. D. Harrell. Ralph lived In Gainesville She was burn pa.ttwo In their dependent with any claim I direction of Carl Roberts, will cooperation, and a mind to

f ear that Desta Dyal got the for you. I really In 9-8 decision over Keystone HeightsIn Darley Jim Kelly, N. C. Mott, L. Chuckey years.'I'enn.Surviving for benefit to which they may be featured In the musical Inter. work. Keep your eye on the

ip i. bill at Cook's Store Sat- the band should play a number first town team baseball G. Powell Vasco Mitchell, J. K. be entitled on account of military lude. Bayless Highway."
the A.
''day afternoon and then went my honor Now let's see week. Douglas A. A. Edwards, N, .1. are her husband ssslstsnce The plays are under the dlree-
last Includes
Mare" of Alvin M. service. This
'"me with $5:I worth of How about "The Old Gray night Davis, Roy Green, Wallie Crews, M. Lewis, and one son I tlnn of three faculty members,, Candidates SpeakAt
grocer- pitched for the visitors Jr. both of Gainesville, to widows, children, and d.pen'dont
I let 'er rip. Rideout Lewis
L that Came evening at St.Ed- O.K. shared J. C. Sapp, Amos Williams Free Larry Gibson Mm.\ Margaret
>rt nice having these Gas while Brown and Jones also three brothers and four sis" of veteran In addition New River FridayThe
Recreation Club Add Sure Is man Starling. J. B. Sullivan W. parents a Bush, and Mrs. Delene Wood ham.

'W facu In new places: June tonia boys In town not good mound honors for Starke.A L. Andrew., A. L. Green. J. D. ters. to any claim for compensation -

K.II' In HumPh >y. Gold office at for my rhematic pains though return game with Keystonewas Oasklns, Guy Parrlsh, F G. Hem Funeral services will be held or benefit that the veteran Dog. Inoculations trek will be to New River

Rhlge Hear the Dick because all I can do lately Is walk played last night (Thursday! ingway. E. M. Prevatt. Joe Noe- this afternoon (Friday) at the tonight (Friday) as candidate

oWle"" that attractive by the Hotel Arthur to see if I but the score was not known at gel, Wilbur Starling. Howard graveside In Crosby Lake Ceme- may wlsti to file under the G. I. .At Light Plant resume their speaking Itinerary
"Uple i catch' of them with the DeWItt C. Jones BI1Thla\ service Include assistance after a week'. lay-off.
glimpse Monk
are moving from the Nasim can press time. Douglas S. L. Crews, T. L. tery
rm TV hOUSe on Madison to the(Shirley. Nancy and GeraldIne already The Lions will free lance this Ed W. Durban E. T. Prevatt i Funeral Home In charge of arrangement with Insurance problemsas Again Saturday The rally at Hampton last night

Sternberg house 'on Waisov. have caught one of them year, not signing up with an- Free lull Rembert Carra dine, *. well' as aid to employers of Another round of dog inoculating was well attended, affording aJarl'e

!Ut Dick' ..why can't I .ever have some "Mostleague games are R. McRae, J. T. Lawson, number, of voter an oppor-
'Is stationed' at Green league. Arthur veteran under the O.' I. Bill, will take place at the city
their favorite
nd luck like that? and we have a Conservation tunity to hear can
leaves soon on cruise played on Sunday Lloyd Dyal. Soil schooling, subsistence ftc. light and water plant Saturday didates.

Incidentally, Mr>. Fowler "" Seems Patsy has a new one on hard time getting our men together Directors Elected morning from 9:30: to 11 A.M. Th remaining rallies on schedule -

11ned quite a reputation.,. a the string tell us more about how,I on sundaY" it was explain Guy Sale Opens ; Dr. T. O. Ken nerd. Jacksonville I
the Recruiter are:
I Marine
faYen't te maleer Par excellence .. you do It Pat. Who with was Jackie?.J ed. No Sunday games are planned ShopGuy D. W. Starling Geo. B. Flynn. veterinarian will be here to do the Friday April 14-New River;

.y bad the good fortune to marine in the show It was but evidently this seaeon.Rites Shoe Repair Clyde Cone V R. Ferguson. and Here Next MondayA Inoculating, according to an announcement Tuesday, April 18-Brooker;
one know who
Don't by Jack
' myself but hear some that Sale this week purchasedthe L. L. Dyal were elected to membership yesterday Friday. April 21 Lawtey:
*KI Is this H.
she did of the U.S.
reports from those who Lee ChildJohn representative Trawick. sanitarian with the county -
have everybody, For shoe repair equipment former. on the board of supervisorsto Tuesday April 29--Hellbronn;
Marilyn is telling Marine will be at the .
formed Brad- Corps health department.This
Baker the newly Friday, April 28Starke..
true? Is Charles Johns Just left H. Lee. Jr., 4-months-oU ly operated by Biggs It: govern Conservation District. Starke pout office next Monday\ will be Dr. Kennerd's last ,

Gllm.-r. P': ;"1" supervising out In the open? Oh boy! of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lee died and Is opening .'.noe repair shopIn ford election Soil was held last Satur- from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to Interview trip to Starke before May 1, the
son South! The
'It back of his store on Softball
I come the Meeting
filling In of the yard iu" Watch out Charles here Wednesday night at the home of bank. applicants for enlistment. deadline for having dog Inoculated -

11Indlng the former Brtnson I his parentsfour miles north of Walnut St. across from the In compliance with the new Called For MondaySpring

'lIIe on Walnut street ;which be The Juniors are really on the Starke. The shop mil open this we..k.and 'day.Mrs. Smith Recent BirthsMr. city dog licensing ordinance.Dr. .

'fltiy purchued .* Hear Dr. beam this year or had you heard Funeral services were held Philip John.wn who has been J. M. Kennerd will be at the Reno Is in the air and it's

IddJetnn ha. allK been lnCedar the about their plan to help teach all afternoon at 2 o'clockat repairing shoe In Starke for about Smith of Baltimoredied and Mrs. Pete Sapp of school from 11 a.m. until 12:30p : about time plan were beginning
Thursday Mrs. J. M.
'U8@.buYlng market and just you young things that don't know the graveside In Bardin Ceme- 25 years, will do the repair work. Tuesday April 4, at 4 o'clock. Palatka announce the birth of a m. Saturday for the purpose of to shape up for the softball sea

Iht a cottage at how to dance something about Palatka. with Rev. Nathan Mr. Sale state that he will give mother of the late son, Michael Allen on April 9. In Inouclatlng dogs belonging to son.
Key the
workat She was
Gue1 he', about fed with cutting a rug? Monday night eyr. officiating. best service* and guaranteed 8. Williams' of Shadycrest Hospital. Mr. Sa_ colored residents of Starke.! Consequently James C. Hobb.
up Wilkinson ,Mrs Thomas
) nlhln' In Georgia and wants started things off with a big reasonable prices Stark and had visited here on I I. the former MIss Jerry Merritt Mr Trawick stated that 73 dogs president of the Bradford County

tonflne: his effor to crowd at the USO. The gals that of New River. were Inoculated Last Saturday.The Softball League. ha* called a

rlda waters for a while our .own. know row help the boys that Singing ConventionThe Baked Food Sale ,several occasions. three daughters Mr. and Mr*. Richard P. Jackson new city ordinance providesthat meeting for next Monday night
4w Jeannette don't and vice versa. Iii a lot I She I I. by Jan all dog licenses expire and of all persona Interested in field-
\ Kincaid off to Bradford County Singing of Baltimore of East Orange N. -
mmIn1t0 all you young Mark's Auxiliary will havea Mrs. R. T. renewed by May 1. No softball team the
be a
'' Wednesday where of fun too so will meet all day Sun St Chambers of nounce the birth of a son Paul must Ing during
413 on goingto Convention food sal Saturday. April Mrs. H. ). will be Issued unless the
visit things that art planning Baptist baked April 7. Mr. license current season.
Lloyd Maxvllle Schneider Douglas, on Friday
:11\ before going on an to CatU-Myrtice the prom .and can or can'tdanee day April 16, at U ta.tt.dte 13: from 10 a.m. until 12 noon ;'Athens Pa.. Mr*. Charles D. C., and Jackson la formerly of Stark and owner presents a certificate of The meeting will be held I In thedressing

1 K1.. for a reunion with old come on down to these Church. Everyone a well filled baa- in front of the Bradford Hard. of Washington,of Baltimore. la the son of Mr. Carl Jackson Inoculation. according to the rooms) of the athletic
% and bring H. A. Smith
tIIt1t dances and get going; helping or. come ware. one son ordinance. field house at BHS at S p.m.IlL .
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I spent last Friday night with Frances tara of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, E.! Simmons and wife Ruth Ir..n.1 line of a.lI,

Bradford Telegraph' Caldwell. Sunday Frances Barton. and Klmmnnn Gladys: and Touaalln Edwin, his C Touaalln wife, as said alone state said Ito ati", Ilni:'"I, ''
County was Mary Rivers' guest and with dvfendanta. for foreclosure of a oer-. along; said Slat" Ilia'
tain mortgage held by plaintiffs asa point of begin, ,
Dr. and Mrs R. P. Stubbing witnessed flrat and prior lien as"alnit' the tenement. ,nq '
ESTABLISHED 578 E L. MATTHEWS. OWNCRCDITONFrl an Interesting exhibitionof 1'o'rll'' OF" Appi.irvnov Foil following property eltuat.n/ Bradford thereto aplI.,'!", "" .:!"
TAX l>KElIfOUKf : } ) County, Florida, to-wit: And '1'
boats near Gainesville. Hill '%<>. 1NII1NOTIOR : 8'4' SUV of SWVi of Sea 21, you l I Jl,, r, \
g'ahiklhr4 Every Starke Fla. ,v. F. Coolry, the holder of flu fol- 200 except lot 100 feet "'| 1
Of fire at I
aIIlalt..r at the Pout were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert luwlnir certificates haa filed said northeast corner and except. "'. ,
.r wro 8urqes MohrPOMCA certlflvaio. for a tax deed in h. InHurd ,,:
I 8y S. Chapman in Orlando Saturday lamb released to A. D. ,II., ,. "
thereon 'rhe ceritlcatenumber. Oolda Martin bin wife, and to 'ss,,
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MEMBER 1950 L NEf3Rr and Sunday. Their visit ;* and t'Iha"p'p; issuance:and the on Hall, by Partial Release and r"' ) '
at that time was occasioned by I description thaname dated September ID, ''''
which It aaaoaaad .Jn.o: : r '. ,
In was araaa i In I>eed Book .
Annually ,1J50 For SI* Month! \Vhrreln I welcome In the springtime ris is the same mallcarrler and he the Masonic Easter sunrise .. folluwn: 'age 107.111 hereof. of the aouth'U" I '

Bulwrlptlon 92.50 and with a tear and willinghands Is a good one. Nice letter from vice on Lake Eola at which .r-I Certificate No. 44 Year of issuance records of said County: Also, .,,
1047. the Intersection of south ,1 t
She is In the ,
Lorene Padgett.
the many Chapman made an address.
help lay away Nrrlptton of Property: Lfitu 54 RV>> said. Sec SI with went line of '''
oho hate panned. away. seventh grade and has never Ceased During tile weekend Mr. \Voutllftwn, Hwetlnn IT Township Road 200 run northerly. along \I""h, ,;
OrB EDITATED St'RPLUS! I longing for me to return and 5 !;Smith Range. 22 Kant, .containing mate Road S8AH feet. to a. ".., \ I
Mrs. A. F Raulerson and their beginning I thence run "
June la coming and with It a new crop of young people will\ be Even such Is time, that takes take her through the eighth and children Helen and Ted of Name 20 acraa In more which or aaaawaed less : Harvay.L. right melee. to Slate Road. :;> 'r R',' I
in trust I am sure she has White. feetethence northerly and l
looking for Jobs. Bach year more of these young people will have collegedegrl'C'lI. Okeechobee: were guests'of Mr. All of said property bung In the to ,..I.llIlal. Road I 524\? feet to t"'''
all we
Our our Joys, our but I have
youth, able teachers, always
That wan always considered a mark of progress but recently and Mrs R. H. Brannen.. County of Bradford flat ot Flor -\
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have, loved her so devotedly since I ,0&
William J. VVallln. Chancellor of the New York State Board of Regents but with earth Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney and Unlaaa such certificate or certificates
little motherless
And pays us knew her, a girl .
has advanced the theory that we are In danger of educating and dust; not yet of school age. I hope some Mrs. Clara Stahl spent Easter I to law shell the ba properly redeemed described.. according In, From where I'art

more people than we can employ and that the surplus, due to superior Who in the dark and silent day she can come out to visit me. Sunday In Jacksonville as guests Much certificate nr certlfIrate. will ,.. fy Joe
1 be noli to the highest bidder at thacourt
to of Mr. and Mr. John P.
education and lack of employment, will constitute/ a serious menace grave, She Intends to go on to Baldwinand Turney.j house door on the first ATon.!
our democratic way of life. When we have .wondered all high school. God bless her M-Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Griner day In the month of Mav, 1090which
I I" the lot day of Slay 1950 L.
If this Is true It Is an Indictment of our teaching, not proof that our days? and her dear brothers. and their sons Martin, III, and Dated this 18th day of March, Gabby Enjoys Going
But from this earth, this grave, Harold, of Pensacola were guests 1080pFKICtAT.
the tools HELPFUL IIINTS: For those
too people. Educaalon should provide ( ., Thomas.Plerk ; .
educating many
we are "
that will unlock this dust, new babies. Mothers, try using apall' of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner of (' r Iourt'nr Bradford ; The
It Is like a bunch of keys DentistOne
for a better way of living. My God shall raise me up, I of pinking shears and cut around last weekend. Mrs. Griner. Sr.. County Fla. 3-31 4t 421I I
tnany doors. It Is not uncommon for a boy to plan and study for one trust the Instead returned to Pensacola. with Sgt. -

...M'.lo.. nn1.. to chanae: til* mind later and follow another. Ills -Sir Walter Raleigh. diapers of hem- and Mrs. Griner to be their visi- I
mi n aThev drv faster and then IV: TUB; CmCI'IT' COfRT OF THE of my molars was giving m. As Doe went to work ij
Education l rather Is used In another direction. )
has not been wasted but being tor for the week. '
Real education should teach logical thinking. A large collection 'We are all familiar with Sir have no bulky edgee. Checkers Mrs. C. THE STATIC' OF FI.OHIH4 I''* a bad time Tuesday afternoon, so I that he's glad to have Gib
A. Kirkland and her
Walter Raleigh and early can be made by sawing quarter- AND FOR BKAOrORIt COUNTY. slipped over to Doe Jones, hoping up and read
of facts Is not the goal but how to use,facts and where to get history. Inch rounds from a broom stick. eons Wayne and A. C., Jr., spent IV CHANCERY magazines
How he laid his cloak down for Joseph F. Rabeok and his wife te catch: : him free. When I arrived ,might not all be fresh oltL
added. Information Paint half red and half black. Easter Sunday with Mrs. Britt Joaephln S. Rabeok.Plalntlffa. therereading stand but
the queen to step upon so she Rosier Gabby Jackson was sitting If Gabby
Suppose a boy studies to be a county agent but upon graduation would not have to walk in the You can use a dye or stain; that's in and Mrs. Rudolph Rosier -vs.Lawrence. a .......Ine. I said hello to wants to while away J

cannot get a Job In his chosen field; Is he not better prepared to be mud. He came to the shores of better than lead paint.It Lawtey. I. Howard. Etc., et al, Gabby and he nodded. who is A* to stand In that

farmer Statistics prove that the earning power of a college gradate America and founded the first Is dark out. Don has goneto i E.Durinthe Feagle/! visited past week Mrs. W Defcndanta.C... N.. rageFORRCLD.URE Doc conies: out and says I'm next. From where I sit, 1 tkUlI
of time than does that white The above the country to fix a stove Mr. and Mrs. OP MORTGAGE]
continues to Increase over a longer period poem let live spirit
C. G. Edwards In Jacksonville ORDER Of PUBLICATION "Wait a minute, says. (My tooth helps mihu
at non-college person. The educated man has a better chance of was written by hm: and placed in the burner in the oven needed ad- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR what It Is. I
and, together with seemed to have stopped aching.) preferh
Justing. He sold the Mr. Feagle, STATE OF
stove. A FLORIDA to Edwin
that he his Bible the night before he was :
a Job when Jobs are scarce. Even If It Is necessary cIa. of beer
getting strong wind Is blowing.\ Never Mrs. C. F. Edwards In Fernandlna. C. Touaalln and Gladys Touxalln "How about: Gabby-doesn't he with my than
take work as unskilled labor with pay as it Is to-day he cannot feeldowntrodden. executed. He was Just suspectedof ; his wife, who. raaldenca la unknown you prefer
not being patriotic. What a rets spring here, though until late Mrs. R. C. Griffin of Plttsboro, : an appointment? Doe smilesand milk-who'iUaj.
I N. C., arrived You are hereby notified that a "Gabby? Why he's got right and the other wron
beautiful faith he had and he was May. am on my lesson ten of Sunday to visit her suit has been Inatltuted In the' says, ,!
Many of our colleges have red or pink organizations but the still a young man. So down my English course I have two brother-in-law and sister, Mr and named Court and cause by abova the finest teeth In the county. He 17

tadents do not Join because they have no Jobs. Youth Is always more through the ages men have lived lessons returned graded. MadeA Mrs. R. H. Cox. Bradford the above Plant named lea plaintiffs Inn, a against Florida. just comes up here and reads the c9c .nl,

radical or like. to think of Itself so, as age Is more conservative Judith and suffered and have passed on and B plus They are long and Mr. and Mrs, ,Lloyd Suggs and corporation. National Plawtlo Dlaplaya. magazines whenever he's In town I"
Coplon had a job, a good one, but her thinking was faulty. I to that silent land. At least to us hard so I was right happy. their baby daughter, Linda, of I T.awrenre Inc.t.. a Howard Florida and corporation wife I Ool-,

Let us not educate 'fewer people. Let us educate all Who are I death is silent for no one has ever All for now. I am having hash Trenton were Easter Sunday vlBII die M. Howard T. Frank Lnndrum
t and wife Carleen C pyi.h"1950, United Sieges fireutrifJLOVETT'S
capable of taking an education for It Is among educated people that returned to tell us where they are. for supper. Life Is so much fun: Landrum Stephen

free enterprise is appreciated and is most successful. I Since I last wrote you we have conking. new dishes, meeting: new -

had four deaths. Three men and people. I am going to make awash

one lady. We still have one body silk dress for myself. I haveso
here, and the. funeral Is tomorrow.Don many nice letters. It is so

In an effort to get big headlines \for partisan Lincoln Day Republican has to take him about, !good to be alive-to be. in the
twelve miles for the funeral and United States '
Party rally speeches, Senator Joe McCarthy (R., WIs.) made
to Obert for burial which is about God bless you
some sensational charges about alleged communist Infiltration into all.LOVE
fifty miles away. Out here peopledo LURA.
the .
State Department.A
not live so close, and farther
Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee set hearings so that west In the state the ranches are
Senator McCarthy could provide proof or withdraw his charges. He miles and miles apart. Yes plenty uses are constantly

did neither but did enter Into an active "amlit by association" headline of room. I Increasing;' annual American production

is nearly one and a quarter STARKE FLORIDA Prices Good Sat.
bunt.The You should have seen me this -- Through April 15th
Senate hearings are still going on, and it seems appropriateto morning, unpacking my green million pounds.STATE. ,

pass on a few quotations from newspaper coverage and commenton glass dishes. I saw them advertised

the Senator and his so-called "red hunt. I for sale In the Sioux City

Here are brief editorial comments from two of the most Influential I paper. I sent for a set and also FARMBy : .'

In the ,for the Ice tea glasses. They are
Republican newspapers country: '
"In two appearances before a Senate Foreign Relations.subcommittee. Inexpensive, yet look so cool and Mrs! Bryan Whitfield STEAKS Sirloin .

Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (R., WI.) has produred no substantial clean them for summer. I have part of 4
on the buffet where I can lb.
evidence In support of his blunt and oft-repeated charges of :admire the ice tea glasses. Now Pro-Nuptial ShowerA Club

widespread communist Influences now at work In the State Depart- lit will be fup to set the table on a lovely decorative effect was
achieved in D.
ment. the L. Dobbs' home
hot summer day, to have cold salads .
"Mr, McCarthy' successive shifts In position Fannot fall to give and ice tea. Wednesday evening, April 5, by

an Imprension of weakness. At one time he charged there were 205 ; Soon I shall begin cleaning for flowers attractive in arrangements pastel shades of throughout spring/ BRISKET 1 .

-subversives In the State Department a figure which he changed to i springHere t begin in the attic. the party rooms. On that SLICED

81 by a scratch of the pencil In the presence of newspapermen. I'There is a large attic over all this date Miss Norma Jean Dobbs Georgia Grade

"At another point he said there were at least 57 card-holding,'house. There is a little bit of complimented Miss Joyce Ddbbe. STEW ; 4 BOLOGNA

communists': on the rolls of the State Department. But in his appear everything stored up there. I shall whose marriage to Amos Carlton: A"49G'

Lace before the subcommittee he dropped the qualification of 'card-' put up clean''curtains and dust, was an event of Easter Sunday,

hiding' '. (From the "Philadelphia Inquirer.") sweep and mop the floor. Things with a lingerie shower. lb.

Two days of grotesque proceedings before the Senate subcommittee always Next get so dusty up there. Contests and games afforded 29c lb. 29Grade
I will
supposedly Investigating Senator McCarthy's clean the living quarters entertainment and, in bingo
charges communist .which'also has II
pairs of curtains prizes were awarded to Misses
Infiltration In the State Department
have shown
Investlgator- to wash and I want to clean
Betty Williams :Janice Nichols
lal process at Its worst and Congressional meddling-with the Executive the sunporch good and I A Sliced a
get ready Tovce Dobbs and Faye Ward.
in Its most dangerously irresponsible form." (From the "New to live and sleep out there. I can .Other guests sharing this courtesy

York Herald Tribune.") e hear the birds sing and look downon were Misses Earlagein Dobbs, BACON lb. 39cAll ROAST lb. 49

Marquis Child. In a thoughtful column, wrote that Senator McCarthy my zinnias. Last will be the Alma Carl ton, Ienla Carlton I ,

** actions were undermining hopes for constructive foreign pol Mortuary, with eleven pairs of Llnnle and Lannle Varnes, Mr. ,

icy aa4 added: curtains. One room, too, must be and Mrs. W. H. Williams Ken

-But. In my opinion, that Is not the greatest djsservice McCarthy painted. It is the slumber room. neth Dobbs, Mrs. O. D. Dobbs Beef _

te performing. What he Is doing that is most dangerous and most The walls upstairs are still nice. I the bride's mother and Mrs. Ga. Smoked ft

reckless is to extend and confirm the keep covers over the radiators and Harley Carlton, mother of the
technique of the 'Indictment by lb. 45c
association' and smear the walls stay cleaner.I groom. Hamburger BACON lb. 3

"You don't have to watch the asked Don If he thought From the dining; room table, ,
process very long to understand could get week which ''' ,
away a to see II ::111 covered with :a lace
what H
Is. It Is the
technique of the revolutionary tribunal those son then and he said, "Why yes.I cloth and centered with a low

fantastic mock courts that came Into being In the holocaust of the think so." So now I have an In- floral piece that was balanced by FANCY SWEET 2 10. APPLE

French Revolution. It bears some relation to the methods of the centive. When I- get the cleaningall beautiful appointments punch and GOLDEN

pare trials In, Soviet Russia. The whole approach could hardly be done and the garden In and the,cake were served. The honoreewas JELLY .25

more directly at variance with the Anglo-Saxon concept of equal JusUc yard all raked and /In good shape. the recipient of* many gifts Potatoes

under law that has slowly and painfully evolved through the cen- t .will get on the train and go:to that attested her -popularity.- CELER5c
------ visit my son and family in In

"Rereading. Charles/ Dickens' thrilling novel, 'A Tale of Two and diana. I can see the new home their Mr. children.and Mrs. Sunny A. C. Llbhart and Robin and,

llfcat.ayou Victims get some Ides of what those revolutionary tribunals were'thought.everything.I am just What all a giggly glorious Inside were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 4, 3c SURF
by the thousands 19
were hauled before so-called courts. with laughter thinking about Charles Baker in Jacksonville
U It could '
shown In any remote way that the individual had had going. I want to take Digger Raster Sunday with an outing at .

contact with any aristocrat for whatever reason the clamor for his, with me. I haven't decided yet Jacksonville Beach completing

blood went up and he was carted off to the guillotine. how that will come about. He will, the day's festivities. FRESH STRINGBEANS
"Wbether this 10-cent store Robespierre from Wisconsin knows have to ride In the baggage car, In Easter visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. CABIN 5 LB. BAG

ilt or Dot, what he \is helping to do Is break down law and order. The a box or basket. He will\ see his M. Bradley were Leslie Bradleyand
Senator can reply, of course with the mother, too. Whoopee their children Johnnie and I
easy and cynical good humor I Melanie, of Starke. !
that Is natural to him that his Relatives ORANGE2lb.
victims are. after all. not guillotined Just now came to see Mr. and Mrs. Cue Dobbs and

'But the smear can destroy, too. Denials rarely catch up with Mr. Brown. He looks so nice lying/ I Miss Annie Ruth Dobbs of Jacksonville

tie original accusation. They are usually found back among the want In his lovely grey casket lined \ spent the weekend withL.
,ad* while the charge itself has blossomed in big headlines with cream colored satin. They I D. Dobbs and family. ALL CARTON
on 29c
pageon are coming back for .
*. a stay, so Mrs.
Harry Tyson and
must hurry to get this done. I am' her DRINKS. 19 33c
These quotations fmiKhter! Linda and
are reprinted here in the hope .that they will baking Qon whole wheat bread jTerlAnn,
give the reader of Miami have been .
visiting Mr.
some assistance In the ,
Judging motivation of Me- and I Just got a gallon\ of cream
and Mrs. R. H. Tyson! since the
attacks and In
judging the sincerity and patriotism of the from a farmer and two dozen eggs.
:Senator and first of April. The visitors will Land O'SunshineBUTTER
Republicans who are currently assisting him.ALVAREZ' I gave two dollars for the gallonof 37c CORNEDBEEF
be accompanied on their trip home YELLOV
cream and for the 2Sc FANCY
eggs a by Mr.\ Tyson, Jr., who plans to
dozen. Such lovely farm people. join them here for the last several 29

L STORE Eslabllahedh189a't 1111 I The and churn cream it.Is Life sweet.Is so I wonderful.I will sour. Mary day Rivers of their Stubblns stay of Starke. Onion

am going back on my old skimpy ,

diet to lose weight as I seem

PEST FOR ALL CONTROLWRITE TYPES OF was to look be when picking so I much came up better out and here.the Don.size saysI I GGgYTOBAfll 63C WLEH I P 31 c 3 K

OR PHONE Here Is a prayer for peace by

our minister, the Rev. John witaI

CHEMICAL CO. Our Father, who art In heaven.I ARMOUR'S "STAR BRAND"

24SO N. Ala. St. Gainesville Increase In every nation the sense TROPICAL BRAND
Ph. 6035 I I sae ....eI.. te
Termites Rodents All Household Pests of human brotherhood true respect P."UVD. sad .ma st dYb..wyl -
uale Proofing for each Individual man and ltayiit..sasee ::
Flame Proofing i.e TALL MILK
woman loyalty In service and charIty = U seta ,.. Ln PEACHESNo.
Free Inspection and Kstlmat: Given by Graduate for all. Give the people of .l1 AUsa .

Entosoologliita (I'nUerslty of Florida). the world a true heart of comrade algal. .v.w.al 8..1F.see t1u'k..... creek_

Dempsey K. Sapp Roy V. Role ship, that every people may con w 'I'an wane. .. wow
.... 5.5 .._ No
tribute its excellence In the serviceof
all and the whole world may' Tee PwaIfl..saws..art.er.as M W lea. c 1

go forward In the new and living! sad ... 21CAN
-\II Mred d
way revealed by Jesus Christ. We tae -at; .
REQUIREMENTSIt pray that men may learn war no -
more. and that every weapon of

Pays Tolraae /With Slade 1 destruction may be converted Into

an Instrument of progress and ..
l"UOI"ANE"" GAS service. We ask In the name df
Him who llveth and relgneth with
GAS AppliancesSLADE Thee In Gods world without end.
Amen. '
GAS COMPANY Inc.xE. Let us not ever forget that prayers -
avalleth much. .& Seed Store You Get What'

Call CLAY HILL. Mall comes every Advertised At Stark
St. Starke. Fla. STARKE. FLA. Leading Food Store.APR .
.day now to Clay hill; Sidney Har


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Of Rural Service Reported Pfc Ottis McKinney The "'!.,. O( Clarke ne.Blrte.Ik ('url'"an' Hoone PlaIntiff "'.. By Haven Crosby", I>. C. i 17th. U50.IIOFFICIAL. I Answer or other pleading* 0" : '11,
o....... Or o..*.... 41f !>.... Kllabeth. Van 1100.... defendant. T. Frank Landrum, tftarke, PlaAtty. BRAD!: A J Thoma, April 34 1990. In the above named ''A
& Light In This AreaDecember Stationed In 1 T. ObSeSs A 1.1...._. ......*a Tkltr Case No. 7SU. for Plf. 1-31 41 4-31: Ae Clerk of paid Court Court and cause, wherein Pl l.- ''rt\\
. rida power JapanPfc e. Of "t..". F.. 1 Raeh Dog ORKKIl OP PI' I.I"ATION I By Haven D C.A lift >eek. mndltl..allon..t the \.
Hee>t !. Said CUT I IteejKlrlllej All AND NOTICE TO APPEAR iv riiiniroi. MT. BH 'I>K >IIICOI > J. Thomaa.-brr. Htarke.1 Pta Final Decree of Divorce entered 8..
of prise formerly restricted to city Ottis McKinney son of Mr I !>.... To Be laewvailatetl Fur Hjle 8TATK OP FIAXtlDA to: 1o:1In. VTV. fl.OIIIIIl IV. c.:11': N- Atty. for 1'U. 3-24 4t ...14I'll the Circuit Court In and for Brad
po.t-war shortage I H.'.... ........< Of Me*.*.' beth Van IIt.o... .. h.... residence -KH 9'. ford County Florida on June lei '
a power & Light area. and Mrs J A JVIcKinney Preeerlkliia; ....... Of C'kl.f Of and address la. I'nknown R..b..rt1.: Hart, Plaintiff v.. THK eIIlflI'rsuI ItT KinHiMJIIIKI 1047, PO .aa to reduce the amotmt '
florida four "Florida a* a whole has made [ of Graham | I'.".-. Or Other. Police ..UI..., You am required, to appear on Myrtle Frelda Hart Defendant.Caae 9.. 4'lilt'II'r OP ....U8. of alimony' and support mo.?
the put Inpoalaar rertala Keep A*. Praldli May Int. 1050. In the above named No. 1808.OIU1F.1t III*.. IV. AM) "',... n'.IUIIe. from one Hundred and Seventy- I
during 'xtenslol\o8 In Itarle rapid atrldcb. In rural electrification has been .. >aT I'rimllleei ...... % 1..11. Court and cnll.". wherein plaintiff HP PI'Tll.irTtOV .. 'II'rv. I.%. I.. '''C'H': five Dollar tier, month tn the annrof
st\'eral ( district ," DuPre declared. "Of Ita 61- L stationed In Om- I WHBKKAS.:! It hu com tu the attention seeks divorce nradford County AND NOTICR TO APPEAR John L Paulev, One Hundred Dollar |per moan.
line. In this at the city Council vC the Telegraph shall. publleh this Order STATIc OP FLORIDA to: Myrtle Plaintiff I Hradford County Telegraph ahal> ,
of electric ear- 136 farms United States Agriculture lye Japan since City of "flarke' that. don a... run- In next four weekly" liiaue Fends Hart, Whose residence and. -vs.Tuttlyilith. punllph., this Order In next lour l
benefits number Department figures as or June last SeptemberHe I fling at large. In paid. City and WltneH* mv", hand and official peal address la': unknown. II Pauley. weekly I iHHiie ". ,
kedly Inerl'a8t'd i I \VHEHEA8.:! the running. at Urge at I<'..rk... Florida. this March 881 h. You are required to appear on I DefendantOWDRR Wltneee my hand sod officialpeal '
.1. H. DuPre.nsger 30 1949. show that 46,760 farms l re-.- attended BHS t "of doic In the City ot HI ark* con- 1R60 April '4th, 1960! > In the above named OF ITBL1CATIOV AND at Ktarke, Florida this :ZOllrdar \
\\I lomers. have become electrified. ind has been In fttltutea a menai-e tu the public OKriclAl $Et. A J Thoma. Court' and ....u..., wherein plaintiff NOTICK TO SKItVK: ANHWKR. OHOTIIRR of :Mnrrh 14&0. 'I
announced yes- health and safety and I.. Inimicalto A* Clerk of said Court. eeka divorce Itradford County PLRADINOSSTATR (*>KFiriAI, SEAL) A. J. Thomaa.,
"Florida with 77 percent of Its the service for a I the Heneral public welfare. and By H \in CrriHby. n I" Telegraph. shall publish this OP FLORIDA to: Mav- A a Cleric of said Court.. \,

in"whBd farms electrified is ahead of the vear and a half. I WH"H. ;AH. after due and careful, A. J Thoma. Jr. Mtark' .. Pla. Order In next four weekly" tepuea.Wltnep dlth II Pauley Hll\er City, New Hv Haven (I'roebv H C.ileorir '.
1949 .onslrierMtlon It I* the opinion of Ally f..r l-lf 3-3 J4t 4-2 my, hand. and official Mexico. I. Palten, Stark, Fla-' I,: )
.. n 8id 74 percent average of the 11 south, :[He would like to I the City Council of the City of seal at Htarke, Florida thla March you are required tn perva your AMy for Tlf. -t4 4t 4-14 J, \)
t;, DuPre to ern states. lear from his "Staike' that reasonable. ,'ul... andreaiilatlona IV ('IIH'II'r. I'01 ,,'r. list ''>FONICO ,..
m contrast should be adopted r..a- vii. FI.ONIIItl IX l'II'- ... '
meters This Jump "We can appreciate Florida* 'riendg at the fol. I ulatlna- the keeping. dun In paid Cr.lll.V. : '. 'S
emer 1945. I owing address: ,'I ty"" \ C Mamen. Plaintiff ".. Ode. I.e
represents an achievement better when we real NOW THKREPOUB:: : Maatrn. Defendant Cn.e No. 7BSO.
I ize that Mississippi for Instance, Pfc Ottla McKinney I IK: IT <)1UAINK1: > HY TOUt flTY OHDKIl OP Pl'BI.ICATION d
three and one-half has only 49 percent of Its farms STAItKK:, llltAHPtml I COITNTY STATE OP FLORIDA to: Ocle f
find that electrified and Tennessee, wlUi Its Cavalry R e g t. riXlHIUA. IN HBUUUAR SKSSloW Lee Maeten. hone renldence and :
a meter we (Inf.), APO 201, care Postma tt'r. ASNKMKLiKl' : ): address la: unknown
four.yt'ar period. we government-financed TVA, has only San Francisco Calif.SUNNYBROOK 8RI-TION: 1. Til AT PROM ANn You are required to appear. on
service to 66 percent of its farms electri- APTKH TUB KPFECT1VH DATE May lIt. IDfto In the above nlU1'.'! :
ural, electric I" ,' THIS OKDINANCK. It ehall be Court and caile, herein plaintiff ?
82S:! additional per- fied. According to these govern unlawful for any uereou firm or seeks divorce liradford County ;

Ply aid. ment figures. Florida is far ahead." xirporatlnn to own. keep or main Telegraph shall publish this Order n. W iHj :
manaffer lain any dog within the city limit In ll xt four weekly 'IHBUPVltncxi .. _
here of rural linese Florida Power and Light Company I uf the City of Btarke, without firm \ mv hand and official peal ""V
of any four- will continue to make Improvements -I nyWandaKlrthtlav liiHklnfc" npplk-ntlon for and ol>t..ln. at I HBO Clark. Plorldu this 11I..1311. ,
greatest Crosby tog a license from the city Clerk .
In the company's hls- here in lines and other I..f the Cltv of Starke for each dog. (OPFICIAL' SEAL) A J Thomaa,
d Throughout' facilities DuPre atated. The "pt In liiild city. AH Clerk of said Court. r t
re stated. power Ccl.<>bralli>n I 8121'TluN 2. Before. issuing. II. Hy Haven Cronbv, ft C. "
the rural lines built by I company's Improvements In this I Mrs. Lois Newmans ...-n..e ae provided for herein any' the A.A .\dk In.,. .Ir IU7 .:. fnlon St
entertainedat Oalnenvllle.I
City Clerk Kluill Pla
district and its demand and the
,v during the four years. throughout statewide her home here last Friday evening ix-rann no applyingKhali furnish, aprtiti'ate Ally.l..r PIt a-JI 4t 4-11 'Cf
reach system will coat $18,000- I :
would signed iiy a veterIarianor
1to-erd() 000 I honoring the birthday anniversary other qualified IV < IHI'i I'r ('''1 n'r. IIH turoitii ,.
1950 for pen-cm authored .
during *-
,,1 I to Winnipeg Canada. new plants of her daughter, Dorothy. to make innoctilaliotis.. that the I'", .. I9 ....111..C s iv t Ii cv. IS
:> & Light Company new lines and Improvements. "tog for which a Ik-enpe IH pouvlit, r'i.it 1'. .
e of 1945 had 59 miles Manager DuPre said local Improvements accordance with accepted" and .. Irvlnpr. :Morrl* itome." Defendant \
Mrs. pr 'J
In this district and Include improvements Floyd R. Crosby entertained Tilled standards.ECT1ON e.... No 1IU.
of 1949 It had expanded to the sub-station at Starke Including Tuesday night with a penny $npcllfatlon a.on Upon forme making furnished proper A\l OltDKR NOTICK OP PI'ULIOATIOV TO APPKAR \ '

I miles,, an increase of voltage regulators ,and wise plastic party at her home the City and furnishing the (Cer by STATR: OP FI.O1DA to: Irving. ..
I here during which time Mr. and tificate of Inmiuulatlnn required| In Morris Rome, whose reldence and ,
automatic switching equipments Section 2 hereof, and upon paying a address I tie: 3R08 Ventnor Avenue, s|
extension Mrs. M. Ackman of Jacksonville llcenne fee of Atlantic Cltv.", New Jernry.
,rtance of the which with the new generating ONE: OI..AK ( MOO! )
demonstrated which I I. You are required to appear on Maylt. "
a line of plastic articles. hereby tmpoeed, the City "

eWe lines was empha. plant in Palatka will greatly Improve -, Clerk shall issue to the .applicant ., KltO In the above named Court t
Refreshments were served. a llcenne and .au.... wherein plaintiff seek.divorce. '
e power company man- electric service to the 1400 In the form of a metallic. .:
I nradford
Identification County Teleraph
I lair which
Inted out tha the busli residential commercial and Industrial Mr. and Mrs. O. E Crosby were attached to the dan for which shall IIcenne be. shall publish this order In next four

hereunder. Witness my hand and official ea1 .
i ahall .
ely dependent upon the by the Florida Power & Light and relatives last Friday nightat ;3l ot the year for which expire issued on April .t Clarke, Florida this March Seth (q ,
I of electricity. I Company in this section. More attractive an egg dipping. I I the HKCTION: effective 4. date That of from thin and ordinance after J98f1.(OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, ouuwq j(K6ni( )y ''t 1 10 till utrnoit! Only Florida affords HaDoeuti a )

Ion of rural electric ser- for new Industries wishing Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kirby and I I any pernon firm I or corporation, A* Clerk uf said Court. <<

Ivfs the Income of our to locate In Florida. Starke beinga daughter, Eddie Fay of Columbia d..ir nwnlnakeeplna. within the Cltv or maintaining; T.By Fritnk Maven I..ndrum."Crpuhy I).Ftarke C. Fla. a full measure of the better If., it will bring you. -

inablinR them to operate central switching station with S. C.. were visiting relatives here 1, City of Rtarke., Plorldit.Limits without of the Ally for Pit 8-31 41 .-21 .

In land urh businesses Unes feeding from three sources over the weekend. I i .-.mplvlna- with th. provlaluna of 1 And only electricity assures you the maximum. .f.
his ordlnanc.. shall], upon ,convic iv riitrtir rot ItT nil tiiPl.llHllltl .. .OHIIro.
lie a:r
or fruit processing greatly reducing the possibility of Wanda and Jimmy Crosby were tion. he a-ullty of a misdemeanor vi'y', 1'Ii ('II C N.Thereia _

Irk-freezing1 plants pas- lengthy interruption of electric Sunday visitors to Lake Butler. I II and. subject to a fine not to exceed (:'I'Il I. S of leisure time in which to enjoy it.h' "
$50 00 or imprisonment .. '
llants In the City Llllev." Plaintiff y 11.
arid other enterBRANCH power. Misses Joyce Davis and Carolyn Jail not to exceed 80 tlayp, or by Ham Lllley Defendant Case No. '

I Bradley of the State Farm were oath such fine and Imprlmmmont In 71(17.(
I the diiicretlon of the Mayor. ORDER OP PrHLICATlONANIl 1
===== hospital. visiting here recently.Mr. SECTION &. That from and after the I NOTICR" TO A l'I'i( -\II

and Mrs. Randolph Crosby effective date of this ordinance.. It STATE OP FI.llflU to: WittlaniLilley.
Mrs. Johnnie Mae Stricklandis ..hall be unlawful. for any di>aof" ", whose reHldence and ,aildfee ,
G starting on a business trip to were visiting relatives here over any kind to run at large within the IH: H7f1 Liverpool Street, Montreal
the weekend. City Limit of the City of Htarke, *2. Quebec. Canada.
1. L I Strickland the West Coast and will be gone or to be upon the streets of the You are required to appear' on
about six weeks. y City at any time day or night ex. May 1st. lltno In the above named ,
I POLITICAL i reEd an follow: Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
'STF.EN Earl Lang came home for a (a) I'nlea said dogI I its In an peek divorce Ttradforn' County \ As the years go by, you'll use

visit with his parents Mr. and ANNOUNCEMENTS automobile or other Telegraph hall "publlnh thl OrderIn
|yman and Lois Osteeni unless said dna I Ie .onv"Y"1 I next four weekly InMte Sunshine Service in more and more
Mrs.- Richard Lang. He has been I IIMHI'IIHT accompanied by It. !toaster or Witness my hand and official sent
( ot'rv (
Satur- 'OIiI'MIFR 01"1
I i rrarrlnpe/ on I member of the maxter'H at Htarke. thin March
at Lutz for some time.RISINC. "'01" I IT family Florida 29th,
2, at the bride's home bereliv, the r> tinted said I dngla faetene.l with I IDKO ways for added leisure. Be sure
announce to emncratlr -
l la' h and held by its mauler or (OFFICIAL tonAL) A. 1. Thomas, : .
Voter of Commlplonrr
IBranrh. The wedding County other for it's .0n'1 A Clerk I of paid Court .
pemon miuiter.SKCTIOV NOW that is
exchanged at 8 o'clock I'recliirt IMetrlct of No 4. comprlinthp ""; 8 It shall l h. the duty By Havin Crosby", D C'. your wiring system .
flraham. Hamptonand i'f the Chief of Police ... T. Frank Landrum 8tarke, Pla. I
tin?. Lois is the eldest ThereHPfi, that I am a Candidate lice officer of the ('lIy'or| or other Htarke| -,, Atty. for lit 3-31 U 4-21 -'ft ; designed for tomorrow's living..with
to Plloreeil nivxelf an f'niintyC'ommlHHloner to __ ;;4j 'k
| If
r Mr. and Mrs. Albert the Prlmnrlc capture pooxllile and to Impound i
Mr Edward nuhject to I any", ami all ,dug" found run- iv ('111(1 ir I hai lived in this aeccr Norman I am* In thoroughly Mav", familiar with :< nlnir on the streets ,.r the IMtv of' ('(> ni.1111"1 iv < HN.Kilt. .. ;:,:: : k, plenty of outlets, plenty ,

| life, attending school 1 the rtutlea of the nffli-p anil It mnnnrr dvecrlbed In .Section ft hereof .tv'lIl1n.i I .. M Crandell. plaintiff, v_. 0 :; 1 and adequate wiring throughout.
II 1 and Baldwin. She hajfved Mrs. Laura Jackson and Joe elected I promise mv", io..t ,effort and to keep them Impounded until Clara Itroadbent Crandvll.. Defendant I
In li hHlf of I the dlHtrli-t nnd the '.e.
in Jacksonville for Norman of Jacksonville were vlslt- Countv nn a whole, cllnponed of aa hereinafter pro- l'HeC No 7H9
[ \lded.' In case any dog IH found OIlTiKR: OP 1THLICATION
Mr Wevman Is the log their mother Mrs. Maggie Yfitir. vote find" Miipport" I IP earn. Ifiiine and not carried In the manner AMI NOTI(" TO APPKAR' .\

.1. LUa Weyman of Norman last weekend. enltnrillcltttd nnd will be appreciated preHcrlbed In tloctlon K hereof BTATR OP FLOHIDA to: Claranroadhnnt
I upon the streets of the City of .'1'11 nol'II.)! whose" renldence \
The newlyweds will Mrs. Fern Hartman of Jacksonville .Tepple R ChaMaln.. Stark and cannot be .'sptuirci| anil,. nnd addrep. I I. 437 North Connecticut flORID,' r \\fLt\CBT( mm

home in Jacksonville.I spent last with POII. VtO'.II OP IM IIMCl Irntiotinflefl. na provided. for herein Avenue, Atlantic City NewJeree your wiring, thoroughly
Saturday th'* > "'l'III I TllIIK'I .'\ I with architect, builder ..... s .
I servlres of You are required to on your
at Highland/ her daughter, Joann Norman.Mr. .. Police or other police of- appear
III! r 'I'IIII":"
flier for the ald City ta kill such May l 101. 1950. In the above named and electrical dealar
were well) attended. : and Mrs. Thurman Jones I h"rehv", announie my", candidacy I. dr a Court nnd .cats.., wherein" plaintiffeeki .
I thAn for the !Hoard of Public Jn- KKt'TIO.N: 7. When .. annulment Itradford County
more ]00 on roll children nnv dog" In cap
andi "Umatilla_. recently .pUMK-tlon IMptrlt-t Three tired and Impounded ai. provlflad In Telegraph shall publlnh this Order
May' School 'and lasterA visited their parenlll. Mr. and Mrs. Hftxtnaheen fortunate enough elect Inn 8 hereof the Chief itt Police 'In next four weekly" IHPUPPWltnep .
to receive a rolleu-e eilucatlon\ t U mv hand and official peal
were 63: shall forthwith" notify the
Edward Norman of Rising, and of '.IK)I. I fully renllxe the 101I"rlan..p own.
er. If known, of such capture and at Htarke. Plor'lda. thin Man' 28.lir.d .
besides visitors. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jones of Brook. I of provldlna your children Impoumllnu. of said rlnaIf said dog
> 37 in the Adult Class, and mine with the heat ecluciitlnn IH not redeemed within three tayM OFFICIAL SRAL) A.I Thoma _A_.
er. nhtrh we. a* citizens can from the date of Impounding and all Aa Clerk of paid I Cnurl -- t
of fii 1 __ -- ---
"hurch -
house make available to Ih..m.Thla -- --- ---
Earnle Norman and song Bobby I I. a critical time for our ,0.1. Incidental thereto paid, theChief
not ,
of Police of
I courting/ visitors.i't city .
pchool (operation A". beinghampered -
and Buddy of Gainesville were advertise the said dog for Male for'

'ny room of the In other the church visiting In this section Sunday.Mr. necailee and of may Inmif even flclent he. funds curtailed such written Costa notice and of expenne the time. bY and posting placeof I
classes I V
jl 1 went outside to the and Mrs. Emory Lewis of unless", My every bunlnenp dollar experience I ii. ppent wfpeIV. my eale mid at City three at public I least place three withIn day- '

I'l and different places Brooker apent the Easter holidays ..01"..all..n. and my educntlonalbackground prior to the date -of ....I.. It .any Make Hate with "Koeket 8"i. ;
will enable me to perform
dolI.I I. not redeemed
JUit with their son-in-law and daughter prior tn theeale
wonder how they I the duties of this office In lie shall. ell said dog at public 1 1r
ge In case of ral n. or Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner. I an efficient. and capable mann.r.whl..h auction at the place and time ;
If elected I promise to do.
designated In said notice, and If
f-teab'e' weather? This ''Eugene Jones Is spending a. few Your connlderatlon your vote.and price. In offered for said dig sufficient no. ,, d -

organized: more than weeks with his grandparents. Mr. your .upport will be deeplyappreciated. to pay the coata and chargescnnn.'ted

go. 80 and Mrs. Edward Norman. therewith then the Chief
we can readily Hewlett 8. Anderson.FOB of Police or other polio officer shall

not> one of these kill saul dog I .
that Rev. J. FT Barnes of Dothan. COI..TY. ('OMI5slO5ER1p1 '
MRCTIO.V 8. The following fee and
"n nlpht,: and wWI soon Ala. Is visiting his son and <4"I II 14"T 'I 0 charge. are hereby ImpoHrd for the.

[mpty hoime if a larger daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. I: To I the herebY Voter announce of IVudford. myself County a.. a: 'Impounding thereof:of dog. and I the retention -

built.' So let's see IfP Alex Barnes this week. candidate for re-electlnn. aa County. lit) Pur seizure of any dog. lion
) tr fft riimmlpalnner 1'lHtrlct Two North (l h) fur each day detention an.1
| / house Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman "Starkr I wish to Plate that I feed of each fine $1.00 I I

18 It i n really needed.miesi'd were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. tand have for always I the came',j.lnod principals ff>r* economyIn thatT All Htarke fund hereunder received. shall I bv tie the- deposited City of j:; ?

thi"e services Jones In Brooker last Saturday. cpendlnir and lower taxe YOII'rv..t. (
and credited to the .general fund of : 5'l J
I ii l treat These young .. and pupport will be .Kreatlyappreciated. saId ritv.HKCTIO.V. S !

Junior $. The 'h..f. of Police'shall hJ'
| Choir 'an both -F.. L. Crawford.FOR .
keep a record In a hook to be k '
The regular choir eOWnflq'lOERUtC furnished by the City", Council of ////fiH/ )
RIVER 4-OI'NTY any and all dog" Impounded or killed ,
but NEW .
Winfred rHII'T 'in 41 .. OWimeMle't "leelrei" ride.r
bv him or other police officer of --+
Nr.d in this capacity To the Voters of County CommlP- Bald city, giving" the date of I the Impounding _% II7'f/ Ihrlllle* ride yew cyst Irleetl
good Bv Mr.*. E A. Sapp sinner District Number Two. North or killing the dtnpoMHl, : ,t1/ .

Job of it. The Slarke: : of *same and If aold, to whom .anld ..
r the rev building was I hereby announce my candidacyfor and I the amount old. for the date of -
nb to
County Commissioner ] ct -
Rev. Parrish filled his pale, the name of the owner. If .
Truby Democratic VoteraIn
the will of the Known, and a general description ,-
|T Scribner of Elkhart. regular appointment at New RIver the Prlmarle In repldt-nt:May of Ttrad. of the said 4log. Hnld. book shall ///'
I am a llfelnnir .
be subject to inspection by the public .
"' '> Church Sunday morning. A owner
ter I property
Mm. Charles ford County: am a at time during usual. office
Nheawaka large1 dinner was spread on the -ind a tax paver and I am familiar hour any p Drive 'he now "Rockvt" Inaln. "$!"-far a PwturamU' thrill poult fnt
were'flood problem' of the property
StTibner at the grounds at noontime and the with,wner the an f"f: the 'IR'* paverIf SECTION corporation! 10.who Any without person authority firm or In no othor carl 'I tuner are liiff worila' l Iptit i your Ol.lniii... <>t>ile dealer on Lack

r? '""t wek. They young and old' enloyed an egg cnmmlpploner you elect I me promli-e a* your to County workfor hall release any Impounded. dog, ? ,,1U'1II1'1' with an "ilfl"/ ilcinfMiHtratiim! He want you to fm.l out lit roiarwlf -

'for.lhe/irst time In Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sapp announce my beet effort" to secure arpdictinn open pound,such or shall pound attempt or encloure to ao break. or of "It.M krt" juiwrr. iin.xillir.l. to a silken flow Iiy Whirlawarjdr\ *.

I the arrival of a son. born p..pl.In the tax burden borne who shall aid >*t. anlnt counselor Malic AIII''lie, !know that a ilciii.iii..lr.tion I I. the only way lie can rail! .

Yd Iat 1 Johns returned to Sunday, April 9th. He has been by Your m"" vote and aonreciated.HineereiY sunport Is. solicited the command breaking:: ef any said other pound person or In the tn .. .r.|tiaint you with ,the "88.! ."* />rr*( rvi/ify., the special. handling earn. the "
**elc, She has : named Michael Allen. and will be of dog therefrom hall.
releasing any
with' h 'r mother at I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banks who : yo-rg,,. fl.nfrc.e.o'rlE .. upon conviction thereof be subject ..|.iril".g..rr..a" ( tlial/ have inaile. .//i., Olilm.<>l>ile the talk. ofmotoris4ievery.t.l'rr. *

I to a fine of ISO (00 or imprisonment fin make dale with "ll.x-lrt fl.nrr il.f I won't be '
"turning from the have been living In Carnelia a., OF C I.K In the city Jail not to exceed 30 you you It.pp"unlll

Ij have moved back to their homeat I Notice I I. herebylven that theoil day or' bv both such fine and im.prisnnment. yint have your own i'uturuiuic? "KH"- -tvjm'ially; at tmlny't lower prif
j hrii-k hulldlna p'' uat- In the discretion of the
Long Bridge.Mr. two.tory Proad- :Mayor
of Pratt
I' ,'d! at the Corner ....E''TIOS It. All ordinance or part
and Mrs. S. L. Crews and wee Sin-eta:! In Starke hlrhe.t will be *offered nltpat of ordinance In conflict herewithare .1 I
to the .
and for
\ daughter, Johnnie Francis. MaY I. A. P19liO hereby repealed.HECTH'N .
h..I.r '.n ,
attended A :IIOondlll..n I II. This ordinance ,hall ,, ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp at 1000 n'rlojk
pale will requirea bee ,ime effective on the 20th day uf
union service at Lake Butler' of the that April... moChnlrrnan .
I offer and a '
cash ZAME" A. LEWIS, -
Sunday. | Ih. biilldlnaln.liidlnic' remove.. foundation from of the City Council.ATTKT I'I 4i9fr .,
and will he comnletelv .
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carrol Jun. 6, A. P.
the prenent site Clerk.' '
ti.T CAHI. JOHVH. City
boys of Jacksonville spent Sat. I: lean be left at the offlc* To HONOR: A hOLE J. R WAIM-
urdav night with Mr and Mrs. Itids maY circuit Court inthi' WIU'IHT. MAYOR OP TIll CITY
.r the. Clerk I hereby certify that
HOUP. In "'IarkeIIr <>P
Ira ( ,
Merritt. .urt
: ; ( "lIniV
ordlnanca was rtiilvadouted (
to the the ,for golng
be presented .
Mrs. Murlie Crews, Mrs. MableSapp they may Cntmisek.flera In and passed by the City -$ t'-
Board of County Council of the elly ,,C. Mark.. In
Mrs. Rosa Plnho'ster Mrs. 1'".. and all regular > the 4th day of
Onie, The right t.. reject any ;.01:811; -
Mana Wiggins and Mrs. April. A.
bids l's 'herd l')' reservedAuItheriIci JOHNS. city Clerk
Kerce were in Gainesville last I V .the of hoar'S! of Coun-(',',,In.IY. The .above and foregoing Ordinance 'iTT.-

Friday. \1"nn.ml..I..n.r.thl. 'Jiradf-.Td' AprilA was received I by me and approvedVn .
Florida this Ih. 4th day of April A. Pm P
IE Mfss( Jonnle Francis and Bobbv I \I IQ50 .
A J. 1'11'-
ONLY $.fAI.1
Crew and Bill Williams\ were In (IFF"'I'I.. Clerk 3 n. ;
4-7 ft 4- 8. of the
Jacksonville Thursday of last
I'll I lilt II'r ( tel II r. tit eneoHO1Sf f'llIf" IT ;f7.;; ;WAINWRTOflT'j:
T'. FI.DiIll' Ci I'" t"'Ii- IC .
FENSE week.Mr. ) ( fli ",T. ri.o ''
and Mrs. M. S. Hays of f'Hfu'H: ". Plitntif' vs.Charles t ER V. ,
Gainesville were visiting Mrs. A I
|It Windstorm Rhoda Dowling Sunday.Mr. Case. N" 2'h.' 'PI'I1UrA'I'IOS' 1.10.Iiorothy'Tlt Walker Defendant. Caee0KI ."..wIIJ, .M"tI. 'Or'-. .. ..Jse.J p.1... sea ...:-.:.;, so all (NJon., ". emMa It Oe1LM.! MOTORS VALUfeut
()ftlEfl .
is and 'Mrs. E. A. Sapp were AS I' :--IOTI"f: TO AI'PEAr En NOTICB OP ::Pt'RWCA'rN.ANfl TO APPRAFV
l'hRrl.Ollv..r -
t to pay Fortltae visJUny MY* and Mrs. Dempsey STATIC OF Jo'V'RUA re.idene 10:. and STATE OF FLORIDA te: I "rwthrvTalker

Sapp or Gainesville Tuesday evenlug. Iann. whoSe Hartford Drive whole residence and ad-
it causes. addreee I.: dress I Is Unknown << OLDSMOBILE'PHONI
r. S..hvlll. Tenneesee.You required' to appear on
on You are
f apppar .
Stt (Us! Miss Sylvia Sapp of Lake But :May 9th.are 19511 r.'lulr..II In the above plaintiff named : .t. IISO.I .ai..In.. the wherein above plaintiff nam.Jrl' "

ler spent the :weekend with Mrs. Court and cause. wherein rUlorallon ofmatiefl ieea"divorce' and award of snalntenanwe -
and .
} Louis Johns seekS divorce n.adtor" County for minor child Pfadfordrva YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DIALIR
ty E. John. n.m. Telegraph hall publish ttii. -
this Order
'I'.I..r..ph. .hall "ubll.h next four weekly. l..ue.
four WS.k Iy ls'.UeCWitne's (} vritn" and official .al
CARD OF THANKS In neSt oUI..I.1 peal I Iat 1 ** mY hand

[Agency We wish tOo thank each one that Ht.rk.,my Fiurtda hand and this April 6Ih. .' at Ittarke, Florida this :March nlh. COURT AND CALL STREETS '

STARK FL.H.rtf..4& came to us in our sorrow; for I :ISle.toFFlCAL. SEAL) A.a.ld Z., Thorn.-Court. JnPFICIAt, Aa FEAT.Clerk) of A. Raid J. Thomas Court.. Torode Chevrolet I Co. STARKE FLORIDA
each word of comfort; for each A. Clerk rT Bv Haven Creeby. I>. C. ,
Haven ero.M' r> .. $tarh. .. Plo'
By O' ".
floral rIa.A'UY. (nree
kindness starke.
; and for the lovely Frank I.-ndrum. 'ur Plf. I-II 4t, .-II PHONE 111
4.1 4& 4-21 .Atty _
.. ..... offering May' God's richest fur I'lf. .
COt HT.OI'5TV aaenrot) ,
blessing be with each one. OROI.-'JIIT. R.'iS. .t"I"innaA. : AnOrdlesase .v('. FI.ORII.4.. ltKHT. C..N.- YOU GIT THI lEST DIAL r It O M AN AUTHORIZED NEW-CAR DEALER! -
MhZWilma Oedina CC
Mrs. Ada Alexander and T. H.wUt. Tb. LI-1 .

Alexander. ........ .".d "....... u. leg.

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I Smith-Anderson Egg Hunts EnjoyedBy Surprise Party I Mrs. Cottrell Honoree -

I Young PeopleMembers For, Carl JohnsCarl i Mrs. J. B. Cottrell of Camp OUR SALE IS STILL GOING ON!
7Ip Blending, Worthy Matron of the
< \ of the beginners de- Lamarr Johns celebratedlast Waldo OE3 Chapter, was honor
t partment of the Baptist Sunday i Tuesday evening with a surprise guest at a surprise birthday and
# I school enjoyed an Easter egg hunt party at the Episcopal ser anniversary breakfast held Tues
:> Thursday afternoon of last weekat vice center. Hostess on this occasion day morning at 9:30: o'clock in the 1 OFF
the church. was his mother, Mrs. Carl home of Mra. U A. Hall south of
Residence June Caldwell Office I Games were enjoyed on the Johns assisted by Misses Wanda Starke.
Ph. State Farm 43 Editor I'bone 29 campus followed by an egg huntat Agner and Carolyn Edwards and Mrs. Cottrell was on her way to r
I the home of Mr. and Mrs E. by Mr. and Mrs. L.-J. Funderburk. the Grand Chapter OES of Flori-
A. Yancey. The center was decorated witha da at Orlando, and was accompanied -
(Mrs. Lawson Elected Woman's Club Elects I Prizes were awarded to the blue and white color scheme by Mrs. Mae Green of Starke. Everything!
carried out with crepe paper
children finding the most eggs Those attending this delightful 2.On
[President Of PTA Officers For Year : w and the golden egg. They were streamers, arrangements of spring balloons affair with the honoree were Mrs.
baskets filled with candy eggs. flowers, and multi-colored -
The Bradford County Parent The Starke Woman's Club held Delicious fruit punch and cookies Maude Brewton, Mrs. Susie Grif- .
I Association held Its last I fin, Mrs. Carrie Tucker of Waldo,
regular Its regular monthly meeting
with candy Easter were en- hunt wa enjoyed
eggs A scavenger
3:30 o' Mrs. Mae Green, Mrs. Pauline\ IS THE TIME TO BUY
monthly meeting Tuesday Wednesday afternoon at : the guests In the yard. THOSE
Joyed by followed by games Mrs. NOW
Durshlmer, and the hostess
j afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in the clock In the Club building.
There were about 75 children The table In the building was Esther Hall.Legion LOVELY GRADUATION GIFTS
BUS library. During the business meeting the and their mothers present for centered with the lovely white
During:the business session, pre- following officers were elected forth this event. birthday cake decorated with Diamond Rings, Watches

j aided over by Mrs. T. B. Harding, coming year: Mrs. W. R. Morse Teachers who were hosts on blue, which was served with Individual AuxiliaryThe Gilts for Every Occasion!
[president a report was given by president; Mrs Edward Burns, this occasion were Mrs. O. L. cakes and fruit punch. American Legion AuxiliaryPost
(the nominating committee and officers first vice-president:: Mrs. R. A, Mrs John Monroe Smith of Llnsin, Mrs. E. A. Yancey, Mrs About SO friends enjoyed this 158 will hold its regular
I .were elected for the year,Green, second vice-president; Mrs.J. Blythewood. B. C., announces the Merrill Edwards Mrs. Jack Par. affair with Carl Lamarr. meeting next Tuesday evening, at Harley Strong, Jeweler
! B. Cottrell third vice-president: engagement and approaching ma ker, Mrs Ruth Baker, Mrs Eldon 8 o'clock In the American Legion
l91'0-1ll follows Mrs. H. A.
: as : Mrs. C. J. Frazier, fourth vice-,ridge of her granddaughter: Mamie Hardy, and Mrs J. H. Dennis. I W.S.CS. NoticeThe Hall. All members are urged to 137 W. Call St. Starke, Florida
I Lawson, president; 'Mrs. R. B. president; Mrs. W. W. Lamarr, Morrow Smith of Gainesville, to -- attend.
(Alvarez lat vice-president; Mrs, secretary; Mrs. H. C. Ritch, treas- Joseph Lyle Anderson, Jr., son The rock garden of Mr. and Mra. Women's Society of Christian -
BE. Li. Matthews. 2nd vice-president; urer: Mrs. K. G. Duncan, corresponding -of Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Anderson, J. G. Caldwell's State Farm home, Service of the Methodist -
j Mrs. Muriel Norman, recording secretary. Annual with the color and beauty of its church will hold its regular business -
I secretary; Mrs. V. R. Ferguson, reports from chairmen of depart- Sr., of Starke, on Sunday, May blooming plants, was. the setting and program meeting at the of
I treasurer; Mrs. W. J. Epperson, ments and committees were heard. 28, in they Univeralt '..,klethodlst for an egg hunt Friday afternoon church Monday afternoon at 3:30 Get Daily Servings
I Jr., corresponding secretary; Mrs. Mrs. I. N Breazeale announced: Church, Gainesville, at five o'clockIn of last week Mrs. Caldwell and o'clock. All members are urgedto
JC. S. Partin, parliamentarian.Mrs. that the May breakfast will beheld the afternoon. The Rev Thax- Mrs A. C. Libhart were hostessesand attend.
T. H. Slade, health chairman on May 10. Mrs. W. R. ton Springfield, pastor, will of- their honor guests were the
I had charge of the program Morse, president of the club, urged ficiate' the ceremony. younger members of the Starke Lou Durshimer.The s at A&P
and introduced Mrs. Edward I members to attend the 'Florida Presbyterian Sunday school. k vin
bride-elect is the :;
The daughterof
|Burns, who explained the purpose Federation of Woman's Clubs Combined with the hunt was tile primary department no. 2, r I
late Mr. and Mrs.
]fit the sale of Easter seals Mrs. meeting to be held In Tampa April the GeorgeH. celebration for the birthday anniversary or the Baptist Sunday school en- Com* add chop. in roar Urmrfm. rn.ay i
Smith of Jacksonville. at roar AAP Vthafmrr .
I Burns then presented Miss Janet I,26-27, of Jimmy Bunch. His joyed an Easter egg hunt Thurs- j r e fall vain far roar r tmoarr Merl .MIrlv.
I Wells of Gainesville, who told of the hostess cake, holding four lighted tapers day afternoon of last week at the t It'.' A&P'o lm.lB i. <. .ff.r flee herb
Following meeting the .
I Ue Alachua County Summer committee, composed of Mrs Starke MusicaleTo carried out the seasonal colors home of Mrs. Maxie Carter, sup r11 .h.low-ae.poa.bl... r..'ll fled h..d.d..5 vHre* Whr.rtrr Urn.at?ill.,
I Camp for Exceptional Children, G. J. McGrlff. Mrs. Gladys Har-I Meet MondayThe and was an additional decorationfor I erintendent of the department. J A : tlvrly prlrvd... to hrlp you korp yanr kM'
In !! That'
eel the
I for which the money from the saleof rington, Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs the beautifully appointed table The children enjoyed the egg lkro.ak Natarday'*al AP nny It a doll 1% Ma 7 >>m.,,
I Easter seals U used. Lewis Haines, Mrs. I. H. Hill, Mrs Starke Musicale will hold with its centerpiece of blue and hunt and games, supervised by lag .f wrlalp.I .
Following the meeting delicious George Roberts, Mrs. Bertha Its regular meeting next Monday' yellow I flowers. Mlsa Dolores McKnight, duringthe I -
I refreshments were served by Mrs. Pearce, Mrs Hans Walker Sand evening at 8 o'clock In the Starke Following the "blessing" offeredby afternoon. Prizes for findingthe -- "Super-Right" Meals
I J. O. Godwin, Mrs. A. Y. Covlng- Mrs. Ann Guy, served delicious Woman's Club auditorium.Dr. little Anne Bunch fruit punch moat eggs were presented to
I ton, Mrs. H. J. Kucera and Mrs. refreshments to the members A. A. Beecher of the Music with slices of birthday cake and I,Michael Reddish and Carol Ham ANN PAGE tI ) Are Guaranteed
H.?.M.: Richarde. present. I cookies, wall served. ilton.Hot To Satisfy!
of the of
Department University chocolate with cookies and '
Caldwell and Mrs. Libhart
------------- ---- Florida will be present and will Caster eggs were served by Mrs.
I ILO..HEELERS i give a talk and a musical pro- I were assisted in caring for the Carter, assisted by Mrs. E. L. prl Pal-.whatwUk_ low ......*. _II ,kill lllr
II I I children by Mrs. James Bunch, McKnight and Mrs. Jesse New- ",".* ..!..,.!Ion d..r> >.t..trlv
Ii gram. ..
w Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., Mrs. .ro-plet..aIlfn.A.. .......
i! All members are urged to attend H. K. Tyus, Mrs. R. P. Stubbing, some.About BO children and their yea R. .... wa.ll.e. bur "..p.r.
and others Interested In Mrs. J. R. Kite and Miss Right" nra.>. "."",,",.
invited be Mary mothers enjoyed this affair. 3 FOR 2 5- Ca........" ur. fen
I good music are to c'....., rheerfalr r.fudt,

t present. ,"SUPER-RIGHT" Well Trimmed BeefSirloin

Brinley Plows & Repair Parts ANN PAGE Sparkle .
$I Gelatin 3 for . 17c Steak, lb. 89c

I Who Pays The Bills? ..., ANN PAGE Chili "SUPER-RIGHT" First Cut Well Trimmed BeefRib
I In Case of Sickness .. ... .. I Sauce 25c

- - L ( Olives 33c Corn-Fed Pork Lion

)Paul Raymond, Agent FREEZING Mix'

Estate Life Ins. Co. rs Junket < lOc Roast or Chops, lb. 45c

Box 95; Starke Fla. ARMOURS Star SHORT SHANK-smoked Ready to Eat

Please nand, me complete Treet .. 40c
Information on the Estate Cooked Picnics lb. 37c
hospital Plan of Hospital ARMOURS Corned'Beef ,

.Protection. -' 43c CORN-KING Fancy Rindless ,
Name .._____________
ARMOURS Vienna Sliced Bacon lb.
Admi ?________._____ Sausage -. 18c 43c

#Y ARMOURS Chopped Hermans Skinless Weiners lb.-cello 45c
glovesoftL.ath.tsl l -- ...-- Ham 50c Fancy Center Cut White Bacon 29c


ONLY PLANNING... \ Page Gardgn TractorsCOMPLETE Beef Hash 33c Large Headless Ocean Shrimp 60

$5.95 tTo

Commercial MILK 3 tan or 6 small 34c
Fun to wear with every c-'orl' ) Cute new cutout vamps cool Wedding I ,
cut-envoy midriff, styles gator all with famous ConniVi Banquet i FARM HOME & AUAO SUPPLY & VEGETABLES OUR OWN BLEND

so-comfortobl.lo-w.dg. plaiforntt and beautiful f"1" ) And Birthday j ::. '

as eon In Seventeen fo*,",'*;;?, PICTURESSTEVENS j 14-i W. Call St. Phone 26 FRESH TENDER GREEN Tea Bags box of 64 -"- 45c

_oo'!:: PHOTO

STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STORECall \Vhrre every roll In expertly I NEW CROP HARD HEAD Eight O'clock 1 lib. - 67c

Developed LOCATED, Printed AT DAHMER'S. Enlarged I I ELECTt GREEN CABBAGE<<; lb. 2c 3 POUNDS $1.95

&Thompson Sts. Ph. 100 Starke, Florida GIFT SHOP 110 Call St LACHOY CHICKEN
-., .w r. _.__ _... ... I ICARPENTER'S
Doyle E. ConnerYour POTATOES lb.27c Chop Suey - 65c


READY FOR WEEKEND State Representative THIN Eating SKIN Apples JUICY, CALIFORNIA lb.39c Pink I Salmon - 37c c

FUN IN THE SUN.Fountain Special LEMONS, dozen .'- 39c COLORED QUARTERS .

Hot Roast BeefSANDWICH 4rr. NEW CROP U.S. NO. 1 TEXAS Nutley Oleo lb.i i - 33c

Yellow Onions, 3 lb. 15cIN ,


;. With.hlpsw,1. ec Young .,, Capable Florida Oranges lb. 39c Orange-Ade 25c
49c 9.95 PulaUie*' 50 -. -
t to
Graf r Spinach Mix. Salad Kale 19c

FANCY LARGE STEWART Egg Mash 25 lb. bag .- I 19
Pecan Halves
BATHING CAPS 50c to 1.50 I Ace: 6 oz. bag 69c .

Camay Toilet REGULAR: BAR 7c
Large Prunes, lb. ctn. 23c Soap

Dependable Energetic ;'OIII.. Ivory Toilet Soap 3 for MKDBAR; 23c
BEACH BALLS 98c to" 1.50 l m JANE PARKER

I .***_*3l.T Urown'n Serve ROLLS Lava Soap REGULAR; HAR 9c

"-=3 Spic'n Span i IB. PKG. 23c
Pkg. of 12
Like I ... A-fax Cleanser 11 lc
Floating Toys 98c to 3.50OUlt :
PRESCRIPTION DE- : 15cJANE Ivory Soap Flakes LARGE, PKO. ,25c

.I'ART.UENTmeete\ the exact. I HE WILL, SUPPORT: ..-::._ Soapy Rich Rinso LARGE PKO. 25c

LOTIONS I ing demands of any prescription PARKERS TASTY
t I 0'' A' sound educational program Swan Floating 3 REG. ".R23c
Soap for
( AND need
y by using fresh, qualIty !- JELLY ROLL33C' *

CREAM drug; Our policy at all Q Adequate assistance: for the aged I Duz,Soap Powder MEDiOI BAR 25c
times 1 i" to dispense quality

drugs. at minimum prices.!!! Q More and better farm to market road
ALSO Repellents & Sun Burn [PreventatUes.We .
Phone 61 for "ontheminit"service "
-- day or nlKhUCARPENTER'S! O A tourist program which. will benefit Bradford

County w CAKE ez -- 25c

s% fating MM Who I* Already Known la Tallahassee'

The Store Where You See Your Filled .
Prescription ib. loaf "->--* -" ''>-> > iV AV !.<8J>JU t.U '
Bread";" 18c
<( I -
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APR 14 1950


I Mr. and Mr..
J. L. Andernor Miss
had as their guest ]Monday Edna Noegel and her CAROLYN, JR. gurnu! this crowd around here Is
nlghl brother Leonard returned to
|lust simply hopeless' .
611 Ernest Mrs Lundberg Mena McCrutcheon of Gainesville and school 'In Toccoa, Ga., Monday Continued'! from Page 1)> Well guess 111' close for now e ASK THE MAN WHO KNOWS YOURlfVATCHMAKtRI
spending the Easter' holidays .
Mr and ]Mrs J. J. Crews of Jack. learning and go: start looking for Gastonlans -
here In their home with Mr. .
.... and ]Mra\ Effie Johnt and Mrs J. Kasper sure had a time running again. Here's that thoughtfor I II
pent Sunday in LcesbiirK T. Qutgley. Theywere across the field Friday night In today young things: "Laughand yGUR
INTHE'NEWSMrs visiting
Mrs. Johns' sister Mrs / accompanied by Mr. and his socks or did you hear aboutIt the world Inugha with you A
Raymond Mrs. Quigley who returned to ? .
I Strickland. people can be weep' and you weep alone. .
.* Cheri Starke Tuesday reporting much mean' c-an't they Kasprr? Could That'a mighty
and good: philosophy
? ,lack Owen and Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing. Jacksonville Johnny Redgrave of farm activity along the route Just see someone taking off my too so don't forget It. So long REGU

f, Marlanna are guests Mary Rivera Stubblna and Frances father, John were guests of their with fields cultivated for crops shoes they'd learn a lessonthey'd See you soon p V
.1 I H G. Hogan this Caldwell' spent Sunday afternoonIn Redgra\e. and their I I and the apple trees In bloom. never forget I'll tell you I I it
I Mn Gainesville Red -rave. last Mr weekend and Mrs. A W I I Guests of Mr. and Mrn L.. E (due to the water. shortage Carolyn Jr. 4 4t

I II Sr of GalnesKriVwrsortIng- Miss Joan Carpenter' spent sev Mr. and Mra! Joe Martinez I Colson on Easter were Mrs. Will of course I C'ARIJ OK THVMiSThe I ry .l

eral days last weekend' In Jacksonville I had as their guests last Smith of Providence and Mr. and Patsy and Jimmy are still on I
visiting Dr. and Mrs T. G. their son and dauKhter-ln-law weekend ,I Mrs. Lymuel Colson of Lake City. fine terms. in case you've been Starke Chapter Order' of ; My personal Integrity and profession, backed by '

Ritch. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Dwight Orr of hearing differently you'd Eastern Star wishes to thank 10 of experience in Fine Watch is
J. McGrlff and Pat J. A. Martinez and Harley years Repairing,
'. i Buddy Faxon of Florida I North Branch Mich, visited Mrs better watch everyone who contributed In
| Friday In Jackson Southern I their two children of Jackson.For your stuff. What anyway i your Guarantee of Satisfaction.
pent College at Lakeland spent the bent In t.hne. repairing Carrie Ward and John Uglow place do..alyra! like beat Perry to the success of their.recent I 'I

ping J. McGrlff last weekend here visiting his bring jotir ohot-n. to the SMART: (I this week en route to their homelatter or Waldo? Or Is she Just kidding play "It's A Date". Nolla D'I j Ed Simpson
bleu O mother Mrs W. D. Faxon. SHOPPE. | spending the winter In Sarasota about liking either .+
L. week- All work eunrantewl. my guessIs Mlddl"ton'orthy ........
Ir guests over the McGrlff.: Mrs Jane Anderson of Tampa ville. ( i that there's enough interesting' Matron tlrlln Hallway vlsleh lr>..<>r<.r ,

*nd Mrs, 0. J. all of spent the weeknd here visiting Mr. and Mrs C. A. Geiger and I Jack Trawick, Bradford County I I boys what a ghastly subject, GEM JEWELRY
dpat McGrff her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. son. Nelson, of Green Cove Springs, sanitarian' will leave Monday to right here in Starke to suit her Mr. and Mrs. Fred DIGIovannl of 'I

and Mrs. Jack Trawick were guests of Mr. and Mrs J. attend a three-day sanitarian's I j Lake Parlsppany, N. J., arrived e4

L "uhotogrnphle M'nlre. ; Guests of Mr and Mrs. Rob I D. Doyle last weekend. short, course at the University of Hear Don gave Manes some Wednesday' to spend two weeks'
1 camera & Gift Shop. Mr. and Mr\ .. : Florida.i mighty nice Easter He's
Shaller Sunday were Mr. and DOIU&I.. .iyni.. i.. presents here with their uncle) and
Mrs. -- aunt
L.n. : 0.p| ) ''Hlte Fta. The- Leland l Atwood and Buck Domini land Mrs. Haynle's mother.' -Mrs. i and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand the kind nf mAn_m... tn._ hnVA..... _. urha nn... _elnt_, Mr. and Mrs Carl Steinhagen.. 11

all of Jacksonville. I Eva Dietrich of Baltimore. Md. daughter Jeannette of Orlando you say Manes? Oh, I don't suppose f
Lmus Smith and sons, visited Mr and Mrs. O. spent the Easter. weekend I volt need answer that i
1,1, Bob and Miss Joan Dr. and Mrs. H. P. McLendonand Cox Monday en route Stanley to si. with Mrs. McLendon's paernts everyone' already knows how you

spent Sunday in Key- daughter of Orlando were I Petersburg where Mr. and Mrs. E. s. Matthews feel on that subject Helen got if
they will a. Soon it will be time
rights visiting Mra. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. relative visit Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth and mighty pretty present from, her to sit on the porch q

Lrents. Mr and: Mrs R. Matthews Sunday. Bob Longof { children were weekend guests of papa seems Lnverne was '
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid left Thursday spent last weekend Columbus here Ga.. relatives in Doland misinformed though Rest Comfortably In One Of Denmark's Hitch Hack' \

leanor Durshimer, acb for Wilmington. Del., where his brother and slate.In.law.visiting Mr.,]I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Louise and Ruth really went on

by her niece Miss'iise she will visit Mrs. Lloyd Lewis. and Mrs Gene Long ''I two daughters moved to Starke a shopping spree Saturday F Maple Porch Rockers

Dumhimer Is visiting On leaving there she will visit Miss Joan Carpenter returned Tuesday from Polk City and are seems they sure did stretch their .

[ Margaret Durshimer In)! friends In Washington D. C., and to Gainesville Tuesday after occupying the new Qulgley house money That's. one thing that I I Outstanding Value In Porch f''
few day. ] Kentucky before returning home. :on North Walnut St. don't have to = .
e i for a pending the pAst week here with' Mr. Vickers worry about, 95
-, her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. ('I is associated with the Hercules stretching my money 'cause "arnlture-l'omfort With I 13 1 J
Smith. M'i!Powder Co, and Is assistant to I'm: of Scotch ancestry and I ONLY
Ratan Seat Looks! .
|'I C. H. Quick general' woods don't ever spend .
TRANSFER Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. 0.1 supervisor '
[ALVAREZ'& SON STORAGE COD II Hazen last weekend were Mr and I Carl Lamar just couldn't" think w

Mrs. H S. Hazen of Center Hill''I Mrs1 E. L. Middleton and daughter ,of a "word to say" Tuesday night ?
Marjorie Sue, of Jacksonville, when of friends honored
and Richard Barboul' and Mr. and a group Another, Denmark Scoop! DeluxePlatform '
We operate local Mrs Don Patray of Gainesville. were Easter Sunday guests of Dr. I him with a surprise birthday

Mrs. F. H. and Mrs. W E. Mlddleton. party Hear it was quite a '
R Long had her
as '
O a & long distance guests test weekend her daugh-'i Mrs. Marian Howe Chamber of party, too take a bow Wanda, !

anywhere In V. S. ter, Mrs Bryant S. Carol and !I I Commerce secretary underwent I you did a swell job. Seems Mr Chef ferohe

son, Bryant Jr. of Jacksonville.Guests ( [treatment' In the North Florida and Mrs. Funderburk were on Rocker }
EXCELLENT of Mr. and Mra. H. I Clinic several days this week. hand to help things Along .and

Sullivan last weekend were Mrs.Sulllvan's B'I. C. G. Barksdale Mr. and Mrs. boy can !Mrs Funderburk hit Regular 40.9.!);> Value Save 10.00! '

STORAGE brother and ulster-Ill- ;Robert Barksdale and daughter 'you know don't you Jack? There Regular 26.95 Value!

law Mr. and Mrn Earl Georgeand i'Bobble Sue spent Tuesday night was a scavenger hunt and a ,
FACILITIES son Don of Orlando. I and Wednesday at their camp at "frog" was on the! list, well 1 SALE TRICK

nts For Mrs. B. T Thomas'" left Tuesday Salt Springs. one group Instead of !golnr out 1'' SALE PKICE
lcher for Greenville S. C. Where Friends will regret to learn thatL. and finding a rest live amphibian i11'I1' I
she will A. Davis Is seriously 111 In the like everyone else came back
visit her t
See first daughter Miss\
ros. us Alma Thomas who Is a student North Florida Clinic where he with a frog that you put In vases, 19 399.5 t

week.at Bob Jones College there for a'' was taken Tuesday night. etc to bold flowers Oh. well). : i

Mrs Y. A Harris returned to Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent

her home In Gainesville Tuesday, Intangible Personal Property Taxes .'RO LF.\I.: Keeping this rocker In Mm-k! Ana DRAWERS FOR CLOTHING 'I
after spending: !last week here
LASSIFIEDHlngir It'* no wonder Niimrt "')lIn<< &: qualify runIiANiINi: SPACE
visiting her daughters, Mrs. R.. A. An provided by Chapter 20724, Act of 1941.l nulUe In hereby given IhM
Green tfhd Mrs G J. M Grlft. intangible personal, property la... assessed! for 1941 are' now delinquent. | Ntrurllon of riH'kem s.-cling fur dollars. iintre'! titan I
and fftnntnir. with April lit such tan*. arc drawing Interest. nf !3 percent IIAT STORAGE: ,
Sewing Machines RADIOS RtP'IHEDI J. M. Rvals of Atlanta Gn. per month plus a .penalty tit 10 .per fcnf and the proportional, coulof the regular. prlio 0' 211.9%! ('hoU of Mini- or
available' In spent several days here this weekvisiting publishing/ this notlf. finless) the nmutint art tipiinMltw each. naro below I .
Termi ar. .
through SingerMuhlne All -Makr All M drU. are paid! before th'. IftfiO' tux en"rii1 I lonN will th rnn *- KDH*!! la'.lr| ( ). New shipment' just .. ..lv..I. Ik.sarelusee. .hue. til,t>, ttiimrt looking robe.
lien only rIi1al.
Co 4n3!l N. MarL Re..os.ble. charge.. aa.r.xteed. \ Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green and. bx OHIvprrrl to the ;" l levy 1 upon any property: : ,r'"p:: rnonHl I I
l**.nnltltM end I'
OurService Hddllliinnl I'nata. The name nf delinquent. lniHHKlh1 i>*r.i>nnl properly
lit ITlull our will hor' > visitm Court "Wadlnoii, I"rk. r uilvrrtlitlnic and l
k 'pen regueit.care tfI children were guests! of Mr. and the firm munthn penalty areas rullowi Quantities Limited! But If we run out we will take your order anddeliver
Mrs. Leon Calloway in Gainesville American Tang 011 Mill, Inn 41 M fti' >nr I I.K. Fu Rent Mod S-rm NOW Sunday. American Tunv Uruven, I no I&8.ot Hunneul. IjilnirBlnrli-N. ln Hit
good heatjanl -
,1 ange iTRce
AUu1t or couple" Highest Cash Prices Paid Mica Eleanor Durshimer of J 'It K P.I.I.Y.T' ,

I i'Mhllil;: lake 'l.pltta'J': :: K.< at of Washington'( D C.. has been visitIng It -14 '.. Till lrrt'tor. Klorlda
.Kra'iroril County
bruise Mr C C. Wynn WILL BUY IN BULK at the. home of her brother. Denmark Furniture Co.

f OR IN UNIT and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs

E .mv 1-foot power rnowFninrrn E. L, Durshtmer, for the past PHONE 151 .. ,_'"''I ,"" : FLA.
; ..-.z. STARKE
n Auto J, pply fc EDWm""W W.: PECK w>' ek. ATTENTION !

Or John W. TurnerP. For the beat In hoe renalrlnr
,1.10 Itullillnv lots
{side, of- new Blandine MI O. Box 463 bring your Hhom to the !SMART: TOBACCO GROWERSLet
I ni' E "r Call SI, l.rlitic SIIOPI'F. All work guaranteed. '
fart A I. ,H Oroum Gainesville, Fla. .
Mr. and Mrs. G J. McGrlff. Pat
(rm h..jn( for 12(100( cash; Us Write Your
cloud. yard. Kuod lawn McGriff and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
on W Aid** nar Blandlna Send me A post card and I
Dean Monday In Jacksonville
,- spent
Mri r Wynn, 1H mlt .
'lark take left hand will come see you: attending G.E. Dnv at the HAIL INSURANCENOW Re-elect
: Let mncl.l Remington The Honorable Leroy Atkinson .
d typewriter. Ilk. new 185 PORTA BI.EII. Gnraatrvd Before 'ou Need 11
.oot 115(1 new > Sea It at of the State Treasurer' Department
"I I nmntv Trlcirraph or n.. CHARLES C. SHEPHERD vial
In Tallahassee ted Senator
L Hill. Ph 2071 Keystone Court A MadUon 8t.... Stark
tt Charley E. Johns Tuesday aft CLAUDE

Hutrl. C.I.... Mara, Fo..tanl ernoon. Every Branch ofINSURANCE
W\NTFD: In Bradford Supplies A equipment Iargvl..otlon. .
210 farm-home necnl- Low prlc... Q'iick *prvlc Mr. and Mrs J. R. ChMfen, Sr.,
IM'T m'd"'lnpa..' vltnmlrm mpluen. Phone 711, Hoi-Ray .uppH... Daytona of the State Farm and )fro and
et t. Well known Peach. I4< Ballouch Rd If
1 oiintv For particular Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr., anent .
awtelsh' n.pt. A D.270- q --- -
"phi.. T>nn f'4tp 4-21 rill dirt. pmt. ...ntna, enter. ..hell.Imaamrmflnm Sunday: In Daytona Beach. While
drive war pNsg. there they visited Mr. and Mrs

.>Mr"...i Rot' with Tnrn this.r. lit firm.noel.d Ovid tIs ':I ;'lar".e Sweet tfp324 Shop! William Kelly. PEPPER
I I'i stark Dry Cl ..
Bn rii A Friends will be /glad to hear
1 2t 4-14 NOTICE: 80 day. after date the I
undemlirnpd.., will dispose of all that Mrs. Harley Strong returned
.T Iwilroom; hnun. Whit personal effect of Allen H. to her home Tuesday after PHONE 146
;;: .
hlncl. mmlrrn In Schmidt which were left with
.."t.il 2', ml. N. on every Jai the .l (. Tlart.. spending several weeks in Bhudv- ..
rspoons" churr" N...... Mar. 81. 1950 (ISlgnedal) crest Hospital. She is recovering
Constant Service Over 50 Years
'Ukkl n. Itp Mann. 4t4-tl. -
IF 1 : 4n..h. r i. Sr.li pipe FOR SALE: Small runabout hunt [ and Mrs. A. Z. Adklnc
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APR 14 1950

park this week. The Rev. W E daughter Zelda Ann, of Jacksonville got under way on April i i
with appropriate favors for each ford; Miss Martha Horne Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen of Jack- Jones of the !Starke! Church of were visiting relatives in The agricultural censu uk '
; Mr and Mrs Merrill Johns, sonville last weekend. LAWTEY Christ Is the evangelist and the Lawtey Saturday. every five years, come tl t *
HAMPTONBy one.Mrs.. E. D. Allen Mrs. O. B Green Cove Springs; Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis of public Is cordially Invited to at. Mr. and Mrs., L. H. Hill had as same time as the regular l0ygt U- I 1

Hicks and Mrs. ;Frank Thomas,, Frank Williams and family Jacksonville visited their parents L. II. Futch tend the services their guests Sunday the W. H. census of all the people i tlte
Mrs. M. C. SweeneyII. teachers of the beginner primary, Dunnellon; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and Jones family of St. Augustine. tlon this year. 1\1.\
and Mrs Robert Mr and Mrs. Llm Davis last week. Band Plain Hew ; Pointing
Quigley out
and junior classes of the Baptist Mrs G. W. Roberts spent several that th ,
held Easter hun Barksdale, Starke; Miss Betty M.V.F. hlntrict Meeting/; The Bradford high school band I. Srtctil 1
church an egg with tural census
S. Band HIT end.Mrs. days in Deland recently provides .
for the children on Saturday; Durling, Mr and Mrs. Clarence B. G. Miller of Jacksonville The Garfleld-Evans ub-dletrlct from Starke, under the leadershipof I able Information mi "'lJ '
Patrons students and faculty afternoon. The children were! Norman and children. Mrs. Marcion visited her mother, Mrs LoUie of the Methodist Youth Fellowship director Carl Roberts, presented her father, J. H. Tatum. I cannot be used for for fai' PIIIIL !

embers of Hampton school werertvlleg..d taken in cars to a large grove! Gnann and son, Jimmy, Miss Edwards, last weekend. convened in the Methodist church a concert In the auditorium of and similar tax 83Mel8rnen
on Tuesday morning where they enjoyed the thrill ol, Hilda Brown Mr. and Mrs Emory Mr and Mrs. Guy Harrell art here Monday night with about the junior high school here recently EXTENSION SERVICE !formation given purposes, and that ...
hear the Bradford High School hunting for .eggs Sparkman, Mr. and Mr.Wood- proud to announce the birth of a fifty young people from Waldo, for the entertainment of URGES COOPERATIONWITH enumerators by Indlv.dtial!"
and play its spirited marches row Hinson, Mrs. Frank Hicks, baby girl, Romania Louise, on Starke and Lawtey present. Law- the student body. The band members FARM CENSUS 'tlal and strictly Ifld"f| "
|nd gay song medleys In the Mrs. T. E. Simmons was locI]I and family, Mr and Mrs. Everett April 4th.Rufus tey, :with the greatest number of were guests of the school cannot be divulged It
sin auditorium. Unusual talents delegate to the W. M. U. rally. Geiger and son, Mrs. Mattie Allen visited the Sur members present, won. the atten- cafeteria during the lunch hour. The University of Florida Agri- anyone, Director H. G. Clayton
vas displayed In the musical ar- held in Winter Haven last week. Thompson and Mrs. Eva Runge, rencys In Starke Sunday.Mr. dance banner for the meeting. cultural Extension Service ts urg- the Extension Service recently ?
langementa, and It was a rare Mr. and Mrs. A H. Kelsey moved -. all of Jacksonville and Mrs. Emery Lewis visited The business meeting openedat .Cheri and Johnny Redgrave of ing all rural people to give full phasized the Importance ,f S fuI
great to hear these young people recently to their former home Mr and Mrs. Paul FaulknerIn I 8 o'clock, and thereafter re- Jacksonville were guests of their cooperation to enumerators in the cooperation on the part II avail!)'.
rform so meritoriously. In Theressc. Starke last weekend. tired to the Sunday school annex grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. 1950 agricultural census which one.

Mr Earl Green Mrs. Wilson for social hour which included Anders, during the Easter holidays .
nglng Instruction The many Hampton friends ol I ,-....- ,
Classes In rudimentary voice Jesse B. Alexander, of Starke BROOKERBy Green and Mrs. Dave Green werein [games and contests, and refreshment -'- : : "
Gainesville shopping Thursday of punch and homemade Mlsa Lou Edwards of Jacksonville '
but a native of Hampton, were
and Instruction
raining song were Ivs Mae Levels PHONE 218
egun on Tuesday evening at the deeply grieved to hear of his un- afternoon of last week. I cookies. Prior to adjournment, was visiting her parents, Mr. HOWARD'SCall
aptlst church with Mr. Sims of timely death by accident on Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown were. the group attended a devotional and Mrs. Will Edwards, over the
lawthorne, directing. Classes Wednesday of last week "Jess" Surprise. Birthday Party In Starke Wednesday afternoon.I IMI' 'I service In the sanctuary of the weekend.Mr. COLO NIALFLORIST

Ill begin at 8 P.M. Tuesday and was well remembered here by his A large crowd of young/ people and Mrs. O. W. Barry visited'Mr. 'I church by the Lawtey young and Mrs. L. H. Futch were I
enjoyed a party at.. the home of J. R. Crews of Jack- with Miss Ada Edwardsin I
"hursday evenings of each week home folks, and heartfelt sym and Mrs. people visiting the Charlie Frisby familyIn
Alva Williams In honor of her 14th
or a period of five we..k"l." Any pathy Is extended to his1 Immediatefamily. Bomillfl last weekend. charge. The next district Middleburg Sunday afternoon.
birthday anniversary April 8. Mr. and, Mrs. R. F. Gano attended meeting will be held In Starke. a rT "
ne Interested is cordially Invitedo ,
Burnell Wllkerson
la reportedto >vs __
lots of l
She received nice useful hunt at the homeof *
attend or all of the classes Mrs. Sallle Hall who has an egg
any spent gifts. Refreshments of fruit Harrell New Bakery In I JIM try be much improved from injuries
Mr. and Mrs. Cephus
'jmtrr Egg/ Hunts the past three months In Jacksonville punch, chocolate milk, crackers Sunday Otis Crawford opened a baker received in a'recent auto. FLOWERS &1i
with relatives, returnedto
mobile accident.Mr.
Miss Ruth Sibley entertaineder and boiled eggs were Served! by Mrs. Bannle Mott and son, John, shop in Lawtey Saturday. This FOR ALL OCCASIONSDISH
her home here Sunday. and Mrs. Zell Dukes and
Is the first time In several
the hostess. years
Christian Sunday school In- visited Mr and Mrs. Tay
Mr and Mrs. Foster Lotto have
that the town has had a bakery
ermediate class with a party and I been recent visitors to Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Thomas attended lor of Worthington Springs Sun operating in the community, and

gg hunt Thursday afternoon of Hampton families spending the the missionary conventionat day afternoon.Mrs. the citizens wish the new enterprise on us for
ist week, meeting at the church. Rosa Plnhoster vlnlted A < drug
Caster holidays out of town were Winter Haven Wednesday success Louis R. Dean
Ively races and games were en- Mr. and Mrs M. L. Watterson, A large crowd of people from B. Surrency of Starke Sunday every and health needs at worthwhile\
yed, with prizes awarded. Brucetail and Frederick Wattersnn In Hom- here attended church services; afternoon.Mrs. Mrs A. M. Lewis TAX CONSULTANT
savings. We
the finder the T. W. Markey and Mrs. GARDENS pride ounwlvr ra
was lucky of.
oaassa; Mrs J. F. Johnson at served dinner on the grounds and The community was made sad
racket number of eggs. Miss Smith Lake: the Ralfigh/ Bran- enjoyed an Easter egg hunt at Mattie SDwells were In Alachua Tuesday when word was receivedof BOOKKEEPING POTTERY the scrupulous exactness uhlci
!Ibley served a. fine "picniclunch"o nena and Mrs M. B Layfleld In Dedan Baptist Church Sunday, last Friday afternoon.Mr. the death of Mrs. A. M. Lervls
her guests and Mrs. Leslie Green visited SERVICE goes Into every single prewrip.Uon .
Trenton; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman In Gainesville following a long POTTED PLANTS
The junior and primary classes and family In Branford; Mr. and Mrs.. Hamp Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Illness. The Lewis family livedIn we' filL
f the Christian aunday school Mr and Mrs Paul Gallaway In cf Ocala visited Mr. and COnnelY//Dukes' recently. Lawtey for many years and O FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
ere given an Easter egg hunt Jacksonville; and the J. W Mc- M. Mott and Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and many friends here send condol- Phone 229 PHONE 79
ist Friday afternoon by their Gee family In Georgia. day. Mrs. Lloyd Barry visited A. B. ances to the bereaved family 145 W. Call St.
achers, Mrs. C. L. May and Miss Easter Sunday visitors here Mrs. Jeanie Odom and son and I Surrency of Starke Sunday evening STARKE, FLORIDA Nona St Stark. Temple Avenue Starke, FU.

ylvla May, assisted by Miss Included: Homer Greene, Ocala; daughter-in-law of Tampa attended The Church ,of Christ is con- I
oan Sweeney. After the hunt, Thomas Wadsworth, Bunnell; Mr. I : the funeral of Mrs. Mary Elton Baxter of Gainesville was ducting a tent meeting In the city -
e young folk gathered at the and Mrs. T. E. Duncan and family, Ann Adklnson here Sunday after here on business Monday.
flay home and were given indl- Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Olen I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gainey of
Idual bags of Easter candy and Bedenbaugh and children, Deland; noon.Mra.. O. P. Hale and two sons Alta Monte Springs visited her
Okies, served with cold drinks, Mr and Mrs. Marlon Crews, Rat- of Dukes vlBlted Mrs. Mary Green parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gent
Sunday afternoon. Stokes, Thursday
Mrs. Martin's mother of Miami We are proud to report that
visited"Rev. and Mrs. Martin recently Mrs. Eva Harrell is home from 0 NLY
Alachua County Hospital, Gaines LIMITED
DOUBLETALKDoesn't Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Heath and ville. FOR A r
family visited Mr. and Mrs J.: R. Misses Mildred Mann and Then-
Milling of Haines Worth Sunday ey Mann were In Starke Tuesday.
Doctor Bills!
Pay I afternoon.A Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Raulersonand I
large crowd of children hada two children of Okeechobee ,ASHhS
Claude Peppcr'i opponents have been doing a very enjoyable Easter egg hunt visited Mrs H. P. Gainey Thurs
tot of lounding off about what they call "socialized
Saturday afternoon, at the Bap-
medicine"in this day.Mr.
I campaign. tist Church, and the Church of and Mrs. T. S. Mann and
It's no good,they say,- it's"socialized" want to protect McGBiff
Christ. Mildred and Theney J.5'YfJIIM.
two daughters; ,
your' life-savings by paying insurance when you' re
well, to cover expense when you're sick Rev. Barney Andrews, studentof were dinner guests of Mr.
the Baptist Bible Institute at and Mrs. J, D. Shaw of La Crosse
Is Government ;insurance that insures your bank
account "aocialited banking" Then what's Lakeland, visited. his wife and two I Sunday
"socialized". a plan that insures your health daughters last weekend. Mrs. Willie Scarbarough ofJacksonville
-**<{doer n"l "{,,,cli... ./itl ml of*.:j fntatiflu M,. and Mrs V. V Hazon of I Is visiting Mrs. %
saw i. txatmnfWbft'l Starke visited their relatives here :Mary Green this! week.
"lodaliitJ" mbeul a plan that hit fMlitnttfboait Sunday I Pvt. Junior Shaw of Nebraska
thtirou'M doctori andttotton their tttvtt pa lit*ti?
MI-H. DeWItt Padgett secretary, visited Mr. and Mrs T. S. Mann
Well,the people of Florida know this kindofdoubletaikdaean'tmakeaenseor I resigned at the Tung 011 Plant Sunday. b

bills either And they know Claude pay PepperIs any here' last week and plans to leave I,. Miss Carolyn Kelley vlxited her
I for National Health Insurance for the same the latter part of this month for aunt. Mrs. Gldd Howard of Fair
reason he is for mil progressive legislation Washington Station to be with banks Sunday
became it does the most good for the h<;r husband who Is stationed John Plnhoster was In Starkeon
greatest,. Dumber of people. the-N' in the.U. S. Army. business last Friday.

Hear CLAUDE PEPPER ; "Bgt. Bob Long and Sgt. Harold Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Brown of
STATE-WIDE RADIO HOOK.IIP Redding of Ft. Bennlng, Georgia, Starke visited Mrs. Mary Green
Froth, APRIL 14, s.sjo r.M. E.S.T. visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long last weekend.

for Florida s Future' For Your Own FutureLAUDEE last weekend. The community regrets very +
Reed Lewis of Starke visited much the death of Mrs. Mary Ann

u it N his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Adkinson April I, and extendsIts
Lewis, Sunday.Mrs. sympathy to the bereaved family
C PEPPER N. C. Mott visited Mrs. r :
Hershel Layfleld of Gainesville Mrs. Mary Green and Miss Lu-
to the U. S. SENATE Thursday and Friday of last week. bedla Pinhoater were shoppingIn
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PaW r Inaet' Ad 1. Mrs. DeWItt Padgett visited Gainesville Monday.


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v Baptist Church s I CONGRKOATIONAt ['Of thlaoup. M Walritth, Jr. Mrs Guenther I Mrs E Brown Mrs. H. Morgan for children who wlsl i i

j METHODIST CHURCH i Dr. Neale served as chairman Is Mrs. Walrath's lister Mrs James McDonald Mrs R. 'to take pars as Rosebuds Darfo!
The Cure for Leprosy IH the Senr.ces every' ttrat and third 'j of the National Youth Organlia- Among Easter visitors at Keystone Vickers and Mrs. R. Clapp. dill Fairies, Milkmaids Bunnie
4 sermon topic at the First Baptist' Saturday night, Sunday morning 'I lion of the United Presbyterian Height were Minn Camille Employees of Humphreys Gold and Soldiers.
Church Sunday morning; Special and Sunday night, 11 a.m. and I Church of North America and, Ir Walrath of Jacksonville. Billy and duPont Company held their i
"* I music will be supplied by the 8 pm. at Congregational Metho- recognition of his achievement! Domery of Fall Church, Va. monthly get together Tuesday
52" xP combined choirs directed by Mrs dls Church on Brownlee Road.- I'In that capacity, his alma mater, who's attending the University of evening. FREE !

SlffiMft Lucile Green with Mrs MOna Ca Rev. Ernest Grlffls pastor. !. Musklngum College, bestowed an Florida and Mr. and Mrs Frank Mr and Mrs Dan Davenport of :
r nova organist' honorary degree of Doctor of Morrll of Jacksonville Greer, S. C. spent the Ratter: i For Prompt FREE Removalof

Sunday evening the Happy Houi CHfRCII OK GOD ,Divinity upon him In 193,!). Mr.*. Jesse/ Hill and Mrs. Wm holidays with Mrs. Davenport's Dead. Crippled &Worth w
Mark's Episcopal Kingsley Lake Baptist service begins\ at 8 P.M. with the Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor Dr. Noate Is married and hat McCrary entertained. at a luncheon parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Wiggins Mules
less Cattle Horses ,
:$t. E.Intntonll, BI., Vicar singing of requested hymns, and 8th &: St. Clair Sts. I four children. His wife, Edith and bridge for Mrs. Rountren, I ,
ac B. Services are held each Sunday choruses played by the plano-or- Sunday School 10( a.m. Patton Neale Is the daughter of daughter of Col. John McDowall. Mrs. G Burch and Miss E. Jack & Hogs .

I g A M Holy Communion. morning at the Kingsley Lake gan duo. The evangelistic message Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m !a Presbyterian minister. His two Those who enjoyed the party with son of Meadvtlle, Pa, are guests Call 132 Starke
, A\I Church school Baptist Church as follows: Suns by Pastor L., D Haines will Sunday Evening Service 7:30: pm daughters, Jeanne and Virginia,, Mrs Rnuntree were Mrs. Al Nel !of Mr. and !Mrs. Kyle McMurtry ,
[,lh4' ''as/Oel/ for all ages nursery I School c 10 a.m. Preaching Services be the first of three In a aerie, Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m I are art teachers In the public son. Mrs J Wright, Mrs. M Hay Plan fOr the May Festival on WE ALWAYS COME t

)Junior' high.' 11 a.m. and 7:00: p.m. Prayer entitled "One Man" with this Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.n ,school systems of Orange and ley, Mrs. S. E, McKay., Mrs. J' Saturday May 8th sponsored by Florida Renderers '.
frroiigi M Morning prayer and Meeting each Wednesday night week's on "One Man's< Sin." :Oscpola Counties respectively Murray. Mrs. Wm. Whitesldes. 'I the Community Church of Keystone ,

111 A the vicar. 7:30: p.m. D. C Willis, PastorE. The youth (choir directed bj I One son, James, Is an Iniitructoi Mrs C Bastedo, Mrs. J. McDowall I i Heights; are progressingnicely INC. I,

rmor oy-nurch 1 Is open dally for Neurenberger, Sunday School Mrs Lois Mann, and the glrl'i PINE LEVEL :In the University of Florida, and Mrs K Cole, MM. E. Martin, I Registration are still L :
The Superintendent. Come worship quartette will bring the evening' !another son Francis, Is associated -.. -. -
ayer and meditation. with tae.PENTECOST.tL. special music. I sty Mr. II. M. [McRa with the Seaboard Railroad

LtRfH of JESUS: CIIRIST Sunday school meets at 9:4: ; I
|p THE LITTER DAY SAINTS : 10th St. and HOLINESS am. Sunday. There was a record .-' Four candidates were baptized have Mr.returned and Mrs.to C.their Guy home MUMMer In Its MISS f for beautyJust
Temple Ave. Easter
TIle Church of Jesus, Christ of attendance of over during services at Tine Level West Virginia after a visit withtheir
Sunday School 9 AS
Salnta conductlundav : a. m.; Morning 400.
Le Day church Easter
Utter Baptist Sunday son and daughter-in-law. Dr. j
school! each Sunday at Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Training unions "gather, at 6:4: Services/ were well attended to and Mrs. William Munser, They 1
service isHeld Services 7:00: p. m. EveryoiM p.m. Sunday for dlarufwton, wor- look will tell you why the '1O Ford la
AM. Sacrament I hear the Rev W. E. Hall one
fo pal'llor.dellv..r plan to return .
00 !welcome. shpl and Keystone Helghti a style ihow alt\ by itself...why it's the *h cure "
every Sunday afternoon at fellowship. New evening unusually fine messages In the fall.Keystone. mmtm.ttv.butmrj to twice rtciivi the ... ionAcsdemy '
30 clock. All services are In CATHOLIC CHURCHSunday hours of service are half hour There were special songs by Misses Heights voted 84 to a Gold Medal Award >i"F..hion Car
TemL later than during the winter.A of the Year" (sad two ynri In a row' ,at Ih.t'!)
North -
ha USO building: on Mass 0:13: am. Frances Crosby and Mary Lou, 9 In favor of the school bond Issue e
Ave in Starke. Everyone is Sunday School 11 a.m. well attended mid-week service Alvarez. in the election held recently In
elcome Week Ma. 8:30( Is held each Wednesday night Clay County O
Day : am. at 7:30: In the church auditorium,, Birthday Supper
Mrs Wilma Alport was a patient other In ...rd'. lield t offer* *o/ "
dayBible led by the pastor. A surprise supper honoring" JoeS. II MR BIG f No ear
Study is every Wednesday In Shadycrest Hospital foe Is or size much hip and ihmiliUr room.Th "It
Time Work at 7:43 A cordial Invitation Is extendedby Starling of Starke on his several days where she under- Ford i* bill and foil bin. 1 h*roiaim
Save the church to all to worshipat anniversary was held at the went a you take tnif(real car out on the ruedou'll
checkup.Mr. feel in liuurtou big car coot.
home of his brother-in-law and .
services. A nursery la and Mrs. Frank Morley. a fort, its cffortUi -
and Money available during the morning service sister, Mr. and Mrs. RussellThomas former business associate of Mr.S. _--"I "W"'M"- -:= :.r- in* and its solid : A wo.
and the balcony Is open foi here Monday night of last E. McKay In New .. ..r-"_ met.ut."y..tDri.e"willcon.iM.yC -
WELDING York visited the'50 Ford I.truly M* Big foepMioulMsa
Pounds Of Your Sunday services to accommodatethe week. Keystone Heights Saturday. for com tort for per.
great numbers regularly at formaBC and for value.a .
Haynes Sackett and his sister \
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starlingand ,
9 In .
Done t '
Laundry tending. .
Mrs. Viola Chesshlre were Mrs. Haynes of Meadvtlle. pa., I """,",= .

Only I visitors to Palatka Sunday. I were In town. visiting friends last ,I ,t \ _' _. .... ....., -...,..,;,:po.:... '2v.
iI Methodist Church"Our Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Saturday.Mr. .: .- l:
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I and Mrs. Jos. Wright and :+ I... Oi.'t" '
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Minutes. It Is :: Faith In Immortality" will and children of Brooker were visitors daughter Betsy of Greensboro N. f '-
be the sermon subject Sunday of Mr. and Mrs H. H. Lewis' C., spent the weekend with Mrs. (\.. .' ,
morning at the Starke Methodist Saturday night and Sunday. \\i:1 .
Spotlessly We offer thepeople of Starke Wright's sister Mrs. Al Nelson. : '"
church according to Pastor J. R. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Gtienthor and "J-l

To Iron! Hill. "Paul says 'If Christ> be not Mr. and Mra. Woodrow Thomas sons of Grouse Point Mich., _
and vicinity one of the most -' "
raised, your faith 1$ In vain and children, all of Brooker were cent several days In Kl"Y"toneHelghtl '. "-' --- '

Cents Is AH It modern and finest equipped If In this life only we have hopeIn dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. Frank ...,> I

Christ, we are of all men most Paul Faulkner Sunday.Mr ..... ;f
40 Costs! Try Our welding shops anywhere. miserable.' Our faith In Immortality and Mrs. Karl Goodman of ----------- -

Is a vital part of the Chris Starke were dinner guests of the
Service Soon! All Work Guaranteed tian faith. It U a reasonablefaith. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall Sunday. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION S

'Come and let us reason, Miss Laverne Nettles of Ala- .
SMITH'S GARAGEAND together'." Rev. Hill lIald. chua spent Saturday night and l e. f I

Washeteria Sunday night at the 7:30: hour Sunday here with Misses Gwendo _
there will be a candlelight com- lyn and Sherley PHARMACISTSONTIIEMINIT
An Easter egg hunt was enjoyed
323 Temple Avenue Temple Ave. Starke munion service. Sunday by a large group of
Sunday school begins at 9:45:
friends and relatives at the homeof I
each Sunday morning.The Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck. And 50

public Is Invited to worship Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae spent

at the First Methodist church. part of last week at Midway visiting Champion of its Class FORD

her parents. _
"EXTREMES IN RELIGION" Ait The TabernacleThe George Cone is 111 at thin writIng for ECONOMY
but we wish him a speedy re
seventeenth anniversary
covery. real evidence of Pord' extraordinary. ftt economy. Ii
llcr <
held *
service at the Tabernacle was
this by Pastor ih. official AAA supervised Mobil.**Grand (.nyon EconomyRun !
Hear evangelistic message Friday night of last week and was Thousands of compounds have a ')0 Ford Six equipped with Overdrive.' won in h.cI.>. "TEST DRIVE rr AT YOUR
Interest to the members anesthetic activityIn three full-nz low-price nld. low lint coo
Bob Gray at 8:00 p.m. of special been studied for -the ,
resale value mark P'rV- or
friends of the work. but low operating contend high : FORD DEALER'SANDREWS
and the last 40 years, procain ">>.."_*iih"Hii| Economy Pscksgs'InA'sasld."lest Dnv"
Reports of the pant sixteen years or novocain discovered at the It at your Ford Ifealer't to sy. ('AHiI"--1 .0a.

First Baptist Church, Hampton were re-read In groups of four I beginning of that period, Is Htlll SERVICE
years each and were Interspersed' probably the most generally used COMPANYMadison

.. ,....._-.$- .... .. with' solos, duets,' choruses etc., local anesthetic. "**- PHONE MOTOR
ScliooTTotOO> a.m.B.. T. U. 7:00"p.m.: cloning with a humorous reading:
Day 64 Night
"The Amen Corner." The reportswere Starke Fla. Telephone 118
I & St.. ,
a revelation of Divine help Heights
to Sunday School.Rev. I
Take Your Family and power through the years and !

grateful acknowledgement was _. -- "

the theme rendered throughout the program ROTARIANS TO ATTEND LIMITED TIME! LIMITED QUANTITY!! HURRY!III!! 1i I

Lewis D. .ITalnes, Pastor The Saturday night youth meet- DISTRICT 'CONFERENCE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke by ng Edna was and prepared"and Leonard Noegel presented and Heights A Anna large Rotarians will group attend and of the their Keystone District Rotary '

contested of felt talks and a new
Conference at Jacksonville on BUYof LIFE!
motion chorus (Matthew 7: 24- I'!
Heart Of Town April 23 and 24. A suite of i
Jefferson & Court Streets In The 27.) Miss Noegel exhibited some Here'sthe
at the George WashingtonHotel your
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 art Christian work she service had work made In and schools usedIn rooms has been engaged for their .

the convention. President .
rr r In Georgia She and Leonard also .. ?
Walrath has announced -
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. sang a duet. At the close of Frank

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:45 P.M. the service the group was Invited 'signified that those their Intention who have to so attend far LIFEGUARD SAFETY TUBES )

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. to the prisoner of war chapel for are: S E. McKay Kyle McMur- .1)
hour of fellowship honoring
JT j jJr jf f J f f f I E. T, Martin H. U Morgan,
ff m f f fffm-m*r*r e> M-ar J J srf f Edna and Leonard and while neat-
11 A.M.: "The Cure for Leprosy" ed at tables were served a dainty Al Nelson, Huntley Redfearn! Ben
F. Walrath Jr., Al
8 P. M.: "One Man's! Sin" repast. I Wm.Rose Whltesldes. O. E. Wiggins, IiGOODfiEAR1' I"

rr-mf&-r --f-m-*r SB _sra _r j_ _r jr r_s > r > jrj-ar_y srsr s -rr r r r-r The service Easter morning was Col. John McDowall and Dr. J.
a little unusual In that there were I to attend
A Friendly Invitation From A three speakers: Gordon L. Purdy i.Ralph the Monday Neale. luncheon Planning, boat ride,

Friendly Church Is Extended To All Bill Stnhl. and Harold Brooks all banquet and other special enter. '
of Park-ot-the-Palms, each speaker -
!tainment on Monday April 2"-are
bringing out some special teaching Anns Hazel McKay, Doro- 4.5-
"The from Triumphant the resurrection Refrain' a story solo thy Frances McMurtry Morgan, Kathryn Louise Martin Nelson., for the price ofand f f'd

by Mlaa Edna Noegel was the CatherineRose
KINDS Redfearn.
ALL Catherine
CONSTRUCTION OF special music for this service. Donna Walrath. Agnes Watson ( your old tubes)

The Sunday night service was Ruby WI gln8.Ann McDow. _
or ., In charge of the sponsor and waa all and Edith Neale. The District

a continuation of the resurrection Conference at Jacksonville Is Ro- you =
theme. There was also special tary'a principal function for the fOR
Easter music at this service. year. Rotarians throughout SAFE TY FpM11.Y :
north Florida will attend the die y

Christian Church"The trict conferences and find In them .fit fOR C .R ., __ '
many opportunities to make new A OUR
friendly church In the friends and to renew old friendships ;

heart of town extends a welcometo Rotarians In general look \ :
all," the Rev. Homer Swindall, forward to the District Confer Vr1G '
minister announced this week. ence aa one of the year's out i /

Building "Bible school begins at 10 A.M. standing events MAKEiffs

Contracting -- Sunday with classes for all age NEW MINISTERDr. I

groups," he continued. "Our goalin J. Ralph*Neale has been '
Hme, Tourist Court, Commercial Buildings, Sidewalks, Foundation Bible school this Sunday Is to chosen by the congregation of

*, Driveways, and all general construction no Job too go over our Easter record, so I the Keystone Heights Community
won't you help us attain our goal succeedingRev.
Church as their pastor
mall or too large for us) to perform. by your presence. W. O. Aldrldge who retired LOw o U.SlJ+ HARMLESS !

\\e use. the bent carpenters, masons. steelworkers. electrician. "The Sunday worship service several weeks ago.' __ iire's
begins at 11 o'clock with the sub Dr. Neale \la a graduate of _
and l
plumber. '
ject 'Continuing Steadfastly. The Musklngurn College and did postgraduate

See. us hrfore letting your contract whether It U. a large Job ora Lord's supper I III served at 11:13: work at Princeton. : how LifeGuards can save your life e
and A.M. The evening worship service Shortly after graduating from
small one. We're prepared to meet and beat price of any begins with Christian Endeavorat college h* taught for one year In Ordinary tube. have only one Th* LlfeGuard has TWO air

aU' bl air chamber in event oi a
service at 7:30 when School In Egypt.
evangelistic Missionary chamber gives way when a
M* will give yon the benefit of redactions on volume material the sermon subject will be 'Run Asslut Is on the River Nile, some blowout _both the tire and tub blowout occurs and reserve air

roxUand on our muftnrJac plant and machinery eutput. Let and Win Walk and Lose: 190 miles south of Cairo. After :: instantly go Hal frequently D in the strong cord fabric inner
steel frame windows, ce- conduct prayer meeting In leaving Asslut.. Dr. Neale traveled !" 4 of' control
flu" you price on sect Items< aa "We ; throwing th. car out chamber supports your car long
Wednesday at. through the Holy Land and
went, rock sand and concrete. the church each Into oncoming traffic or a ditch. enough for a safe gradual stop.h. .
the minister continued then returned to his first pastorate
7:10 You.
: Your car U undamaged-
of the He served a YMCA ? result too often a fatal! ace
w e will ell you rradr-mUrd concrete at less than I local cost "and we are still studying In Ohio. as are safe!
World War I and
the book of Revelations. The chil secretary in cidentl
materials f.o.b. )'our-job. dren's hour I Is held every Friday spent one year In France.

We'U flnl.h In less time than othercontractor afternoon beginning at 3:30: o'-i I For 27 years Dr. Neale was better life!
\ your Job without delay Contractsand clock. Make a special effort to,I,associated with Westminster Col- Trade for LifeGuards foclay-you can't get protection to save your
Material and workmanship guaranteed. Pa. He
attend all of our services' Sunday lege In New Wilmington
blueprint are carefully followed by u* In each ln.t&nce. We ," he concluded. taught there for 15 years and
< Ill do pastor of the college church.In .
give best bondsmen who guarantee our performance. We w was
MISSIONARY 1928 he was selected by Sher-
jour building for lens money. TRY U81 AIRPARK CHURCH I wood Eddie as a member of a
seminar group which traveled In
Sunday School 10:00: a.ml A u stria,
England Germany.
11:13 ., .
BRADFORD ENGINEERING CO.Ph Morning Worship Switzerland and Franc, studying
Prayer Meeting each Thursday economic and social: conditions.Dr. .. Road 200 (U.S. 301)') at South City Limits Starke. Florida. sAPR

1:30: p.rn.El"vnlng. Neale had the distinction of
-9J J. Maurice Edwards Starke, Fla. Service 7:30 p.m. serving on the executive committee D. Goodman, Owner.
-Rev. L. O. Hemingway Paator.



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Moore Defendant. ('.... No. 7939ORDKK (OIINTY. FLORIDA IV ('..""V- 'I bent In the State.I check will be returned promptly J Bradford Cou", ..::
Tickets On Sale W.M.S. NoticeThe OF Pl'HICATION CKHV. have served, you to the beet ot the successful bidder' check will be Iy
ANn NOTICR TO Af'PKAK: Clunii-ntlna Caruso, rialntlff, v... my Hliillty In the pant and prom, se retained until a contract'i', I I. entered II I newepaper :hhDl I.,
For Concert SeriesThe Women's Missionary Society STATE OF FLORIDA 10: Yvett Armando t.. (Caruso /UefvndnntCnBO that I will continue iu do *u In Cb* Into and performance bond furnlh Dl60ridn next I ; I b
REELECTJ.P.Roberts Moore. whose renldenc and addreBM No. 1M38tHUJlH future If re-elected.! ed: the (Puard! reserves the right to, Board nf ,
of the First Baptist church In: Unknown. : OP PUI1ICATIOVAMI Your vote and support will be apprpclateil. reject any and all bid and to waiveInrortnalltle nf Bradford ,
Gainesville Music Society will meet Tuesday afternoon at Vuu are iHijulrcrt to appear on NOTICE' TO APPEAR *. M. O. ae rA1'
In conjunction with the University May 16th MO, In the above named STATROF KOR1UA to: ArmandoL H. B. C..by. ThIs notice I I. to be published In I :H HARRI A :
: f
I of Florida Council 3:30: o'clocl In the church for Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff Caruso whone recldrnee li *H*5 eJlfhL c..n.ecuSlv" weekly '.....* of (SEAL) ICU,
Lyceum .. Bradford Countv ,
eki divorce Caruso
the monthly business and pro- Navy Walk, 'a Concetta ('"1.1. FOil millNcitlc I ,
wlHhea to announce that member' Telfltraph Khali publlBh .. Krooklyn New York In hciohy given that the ... .
gram meeting.An executive mdvr, next four weekly I.* thl"l on
tickets on Bale all of this' You are required to appear Hoard of County ship are meeting will be held at 3 o'clock. Wllnee my hand and '' In the above nam ,Bradford County Florida will re. JACUZZI & MYERS
week and the membership drive sent, at Stark. Florida. thin April'rdayCourtland CUUBK, wherein calve, nettled bldx at the County
ends at 9 on Saturday April All officers and members are I2t h. I lftOKFIC1AI O. plaintiff aeekn divorce and restore Court Mouse In Htark. Klol'Ida, until WATER SYSTEMS
p.m. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Hrndfnrdlt'ipmty
urged to be present. ( atlon of maiden name. 1000 k on Monday,
19th. Ai> Clerk of auld Court shall publish lto'Ctlh :
June 5, 1950, furnishing of
fly Haven CroHby. I>. r.Chan this Order In next four weekly I..- I all labor und mnterlaln and for the
Adult Reason tickets are $6 IS:
ri t tv Scouts On Hike It. llexK, 804-08 rtuarnntr erection of.. county Jail bulldlttir' to Well &
Jacksonville. Florida cupswitness' official Keystone
and all student's 1188110n tickets Life Hldw. my hand and be erected' 1 at Stnrkn, Hradford Colintv Pump
4-1 41
are $3.08. Single admission per Atty for I'lf Meal I at Htarke. Florida thin April I Florida under the provisions of
Fifteen members of Boy Scout 12ih, 1090liiKHlflAL, Th".1 H..ctlon, ii.1ll: ) and I3.10J, FloridaHIHIutfB
v concert will be $1.50 and $.75 l% ('in("iir ( oi N r. mi tumultl : : BEAD A..I sod KeHolutlon No. 100 '
respectively. Tickets may be secured Troop 70 will leave Friday morning < .. IMl. KI. HII>H I'M IIVOvurKf AB flak of BUM (Coin adopted' liv Haul limed. and tiinrtrd KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL.\.
; at 10 o'clock two-day ( :"n. I M\ Haven Crimhv. .r 11 C and HpeclfItatlon I
on a lug to pbinH now
In Starke from Mrs. E. K. W Htnry, Plaintiff, VB I9xrlt111dg. ,
: \\llllani' I D. Mornan. ROT on Tile In the of rice I of A .1 I, Thomas: ,
Lake. rrinlani DefendantI'aBi SERVING STARKE
hike to Klngsley Thel Htory &
tivrvva Florida
ferrymen Mrs. L. A' Canova or .iBi'kxunvlUf. Clerk of Circuit Court" of Hradford VICINITY
Mm. HolIIs V Knight.Concerts Scouts will leave from the Health No :7H.16IHtHKII OK Pl'lllCATlO.V:' ,Alts' fot' I'lf ...._ 4-14 41 1-R ('"untv' Klt.>i'Ida find f.x off lc lu CJtrk.
i : of said Hoard lit the County CourtHouxe
already announced areRine Unit on Church Street and will AND NOTICE. : TO APPKAIlHTATB l% titxiir' fill H .. mi ti>rouiOIVIV. >>> > In Htarkt. Flnrlda, Mitch plan* PIPE (I'C11F1;
OH1 l-'I.UIUDA to': TheIra !"ll>lllll 1% l II IS- :
Scoutmaster 1 available
Stevens mezzo-soprano; Oa- be accompanied by Krcnliinl Story, hone rest.donee and epcolfleatinns are tobidders CUT & THREADEDBennett !
1.111.: SEItIl'ILet's
at the ufflcn of said I'I"'k
ntZX car Levant pianist; Army Air Jack Trawick. | IH: fnknown tn ,, onMny .cnrl I'll iii \Kiedrli. I Plus lntlft, vii and flUn at the offlt. nt JAM, Camp-
You lire'' 'le'iulted appear KindrrukM,
Kate CroBnan "
Corps Band and The Singing Si-r- ; After spending Friday night ,ir>lh, 1 HBO. In the above namid In Sarah'frndiint Cites No. 741 boll RoKvrH' I II I.. Architect of WinterPark _._ .__.
Klorldu Financial details -- ------ _,
) I and Saturday! night In the woods! Court seeks and divorce cause. ,nradford wherein plaintiff County -- .Alto)' >EK OK FTBICATIOX are available," at the office of skid ---

I south of Klngsley Lake, they wllli TflrKiault, elicit publish IlIlaO.'W'It AM>J MVriH 01'( FLORIDA TO AI'PJoJAItM"A'r to: HarahKai6 Clerk, ,
return to Starke Sunday morning)I Igeants. In next' four weekly iBBiie (.ro..n Kreilerlrka, WH| ,>Brt .. A rertlfled check or bid bond In Re-elect
ALl ... my hand and official: ; 11 I >Blilence and ad -' ] I, soul at 8turk, Florida, this AprlTllth Thornabl-On-Tee, York- the amount tit the bid must accompany -
IeSTARKE The concert season will 1H50OKPICIAU. all bide for the purpose of
f! .B I run from October 1930, through ( HEAL) A. J. ThoniHB, .hlre.n..lan,1.You :are required to appear on wood faith i! all. unBucceBuful bidder' Our; Con
FL-\\ Aa Clerk of Maid Court May ISlli into. In the above named' gr'essm0
1951, .
May flyla".n/ Crosby, D. CHnv c'ourt anil vauae, wherein plaintiff -
Hrldwn. Melded Olollr., Daytona BovkN divorce., Bradford County
I'll 1'IHfl s'r ('0' It T. .He.. : Fri. & Sat., Apr. 14 Ot 13 C.Ol'Sn. Pl.Olllltll HII".Olt..1 Atty for Plf 4-14 4t S-S In nxt four weekly |issues.
('hat: Y. "i'r. I Witness my hand and officialHeal Charles
DOUBLE FEATURE Paul K Moore, Plaintiff V*. Yvett i\ <'niiir (0l RHAlFOR1)Notice at Kturke. "Florida thl April

YOUR JIGGS & MAGGIE Of Unpaid Delinquent I 12th OFFICIALrldhCourt.( 1H50. NEW

Rv Haven Crosby r>. C 1
IN COURT Tangible Personal Property Taxes 'Carlo 1 1. Harper Atlorney-at- E.
State Law, SOO W. University Ave, 74
Joe Yule, Renl Rlano An provided by Chapter tOTtl AC-IK of 1941 Nolle, In hereby clven Ihat llalni>.vlllo., FIe <) .
tangible l personal property taxe* a...eiied for year 1149 are now dellnftuent. Ally for Plf. 4-14 4t 5.5
ANDCourtin' and beginning Anril I Int such taxe are drawing; Interest of pne 5CHOOt ,
month plus the proportionate coat of publlnhlnathin not r Percent FOR BOHI
Representative each below are paid before the fU..tday ITnirT. THKKH: \ t 9d
ITnlemi the amount set oppoidt name LOW//
TroubleWith of May 1950, warrant will l le.u* thereon directinglevy upon and To the Voter of Bradford County! g
.eicur. of the tangible pemonal property of the tax payer for unpaid Havinghad the prlvllrue of School nervInff 9'Q "t5
tax n, penalties and additional 1 rout' The name of delinquent personalprnnertv an A member of the .
Jimmy Uakrly 3Brooker
taxpayer and the amount of taxe. Including- the coat of ed- Ronrd from residence District No
Plus Short Subject, Serial vertlaln and the first month'a penalty are a. follow: ,rKrheol ( and New River) for thepant 1
four year, and having; worked '
metric N.. 1 Home. R J. -__.__.......... see faithfully for the advancement of
lie is qualified. Sun., Mon., Tues., Apr 1818"BOMBA" Alvarez J. W. ...._____..... 507 Hembree Dr. J. M ?...._. 911 81 schools in the county a. a whole 1hereby \'PRICE'
Rrannen. R. II. ..-.___..._, 1.B7 JOhn.onr A. R. _._._......_ 1J5BarneB. ( announce mv candidacy, for To
Alex U ............ 288 Joe Joe Place, ._ -_..... 1414Campnnella. re-election to this officeI Ej'RCA A Second
; : 8. .._._...._.., 351.1 Luke, D J. :_.... ::.__...__ IG1 am a lifetime resident of the
(Crawford peach, .._.._...? 2 in New Method Cleaners ...... 7109: Bronktr. section and have been a
CummlnKnAlex ??____._.. 3 2H f'revatt, Lester .._.__.....j 8,.28 property owner and taxpayer for I NIW
Th Junfde Green' K __.__. 10 8 Pantlme liar .-...._.?.?.. 49.11 more than 20 year I formerlynerved FOR TermIn
and Boy ---- ?
He has experience acquaintances Hiltc.,.. .n.Cb.-C. -._. _... 1107 Retch .Carl. : .?._ 4 nKalrh. an School Trustee In my diHtrlct -
in the Johnny Sheflrld, leggy Garner I.. R .__n_._?___.... 8817 Hahm.., flvde ,_____.._,.. ((15Kalih and have nerved a* chairmanof
Li R. Et AI ____ 4818 StrongHarley F. ..___,..? BO l 07 the County fiction! Pound for the .
worth much to his Added Mon.' & Tues. Moody., Joe __..w__.___-.. 507 Smith R. H. .__.___._.-.? 144- OBMerrltt pant two year VICTOREYE
Lature Ira L. ..__......... 8115 Smith J. K. __......_....... U.1I4 An a rather of five children, 1 am
At No Advance In Prices Pr.. ott, H. A. Jr. 2M 14 Starllnir. Joe S. .___.._..___. 10H05 vitallY Interested In all children, ONLY 15 MONTHS of
people. Reddish II r------------ 38.U HhndvrreBt Hotipltal .....___ 88783Rlvnre and In providing the best educational being your Cong
On Stage In Person R. Wlllln' _._.__..__.. 810 WIlllamB. K T. _.. _...... 1-16 facilities for them An a WITNESS TELEVISION
A R..h..... JUIIUB ,.__.......... 17 U WIlllamB, Joe .._*I........ 18 80 patron and an admlnlntrator of the. man he has been successful in:
Starlln. _._...._ ,. 21 77 'WIlllamB, Edna ,--.-_ TWRlnde mhooU, lam familiar with
Cousin Wilber & ... i..R............?... 717 WalnwrlHrht., N. D.:j'j.-...... T.87 transportation\ and other school Carrier
Thomas, K. M ?.._....____.. 198 Went End Orocery .. 43:8} problem of the county Mayport Navy
He will continue to support ThoinaB P ...._.... 2 82 Mrkool Dlntrirt N. < While the financial situation for ONLY 16915
Tyeon.; .WE.;.. Jr ?. i486 Andrews J. W. : ,....:. 'L. 1.3 1Xrkool the HchonUt of the State' seems New Veteran's Hospital in Lake City
the Old People Dependent Blondie DI.tsdet-N.. a Brannen. W, T. ............ critical at his time, I am happv to
Child i the Brooks Auto Fountain -..._?... 8H04 rlfflB. }. 8 _.._....___..--? t:t Mate that our county', school fin. Bringing to district all Federal Naval store!I
r e n, Adams Dr. H. H. .......... 73 OM Hampton John _..._.._.-._ 172 anclal condition rank a* one of the Pin 1.13 FrdrtBl TeaFsrlaryaervlce
and School Teachers Blue Tavern -..-.-____.._._. 8715 Rpddish W.-21. .,_____.-__ 4.4 search laboratories
Blind W..I.. Thun., Apr. IB, 20 Ream. Olvde I R. ......... 449 Rla-don J W ?.?_... .. IkOSniKKB Ceatrart Kztra
: A Raker ...:-----.... SB.14 Rhoden O H.: .......?.__.. 451Burrell Establishment of fisheries research in Gulf
DOUBLE FEATURE Tom .._.?..._._._ 21.75 Starling, N. I* ___.-..__..... T.41 -
Bradford Houe ............ 2535 Htarllns: Freeman .......... 1.>9 for local mill
Opportunities contracts in
Bradford Plastics, Inc. ___ 6411 I Strlrkland, W R. _._.__.... 7.4J pulp )
Woman's SecretMaureen Bradley. O H. ..........__?_. 161 Shear, T. M ..__.__...___ 7.4J W.C. T.V. .., shal| Plan purchases
R. ______ ,. ___ ?
Crawford Zany __________... 4281 Whitehead C. -" 38.38
(Carpenter' DrugStore ..... S5'l 74 School l>U'rl", Nn. in f Additional tobacco'
I'Will AppreciateYour O'llara Melvin Campbell 1:. M .___.__..._. 1818 American Tune Drove. Inc. 18ff.03 graders
Jnme ........ 218 American Tune OH Mill. Inc. !STRONG DRINK IN HLSTOHY.BUDDAJI. .
Douglas r>iI'e.O :::: .-. 3814 CroBhy, A. U -.....-....._1.:1Fa.m. :::: SRO B.C.t "DRINK ae4I Improvement of cotton peanut and tung oil I
AND ....'* Supply----------_. G4II I I (Carlton R R. .............. 4.84 lationO
Vote and Active Frazier, Joe _______-_.____ 234 Duke. E. C. ____ ._.. i.4rirltri NOT LIQUORS THAT INTOX-
*. Z. Z. _______..._ 801 Harrell. Joy __-s..L.J_... 88lalneevllle :
Black Stallion ( SupportPaid F. ,. 8814 Padcett U C. REASON.
-- --- ? nandina and Horseshoe Cove
hunter 1r. O: ._: _. : ::: 388 Kahn' broc.ry, :-.= :_=. JUg ,
-- -
f Starring! ; iwrpen'a<<<< wild honm, llartmunn, Eddie ._ __ .__ 7209 HtokeB, H. K. ___no_? .., 2.13
( Political, Adv) Rex & Shlek Plus Late t New J. R. KELLY, ,1" I O New.post office and armory at Gainesville

TttX Collector, l O Benefits for veterans
It 4-14 Bradford County. ....,
0 Reduced foreign spendinglie

fight. for increased old; ago stoiiliitancv; for prate

AT THESE needy, aged veteran; for strong national defense; and aplll

Truman "rlvll rigrhtu" program.

I (Paid Political''Ad"artl..m..nu

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