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 21, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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)UnciI) Voles-To Install 20,More BRADFORDCOUNTYTELEGRAPII :,

I. irking!! Meters On Court And Call .


.' ?. ouncll met In regu- ip, Jr. and motion was carried. Official County Publication Established In 1879

? Tuesday. night with The following/ petition was received -I -

members present: by the City Council ; ,
wing : \OLLMEsIEj: : ;' :\' y
A Ucwls. Chairman P. To The City Council __ __ i'I'r\UK"!' :, 1L4)lUDtRiUtALRit._ Z1. 11130 _. NUMDIRFORT: : : _

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r Face

'f x Prkmit". Inc..of appeared the M. beUflcIi H.- Thomas On February went before 7th you Mr.anti Gpo ask ; For New Members [ Retail Business Berry Deal Heads For Big Money ..I 1

advising that ed that the lot In front
of his
tad i () 20 of the parking residence be cleaned up. You Grand Jury I BeginSoonPnn : In County Shows

(r ,'>,ai' vere, purchased In the ''I all agreed that 'It should be done for the annual member- I As Competing States Bow To Cold I

,, >rder that had never and the clerk was Instructed to hirr drive wore formulated at e

no rtaIIIt advising them that notify Mr. Edwards to do so. It In Hodges CaseThe luncheon meeting. of the Board_of 300 Percent GainRetail

"Dan' would like to have I wan not done and he was nerved Directors here Tuesday It is '

(m .ri. Installed as per' con- ''a second notice. This as yet planned for actual solicitation of BHS Band Pleases Large Audience Volume Rising,

meters were pur- has 'not been done and now we case of 10.10 Mon
.,e the Kenneth Nations \ memberships to begin wholesale" and service ,
be placed on Court the undersigned property owner! held in the county Jail here for day.The I establishments In Bradford County With Mastery Of Varied RepertoireA

"I After a discussion by respectfully ask that It be done I the past two months In connection following/ teams were nam- showed a substantial expansionin Prices HoldingOn
motion was without further delay. with the Call audience "came of Damascus" and "In The Plaza".
(',n Council, shotgun slaying of nd, to C'arrv on the drive with dollar volume of trade from capacity

\ p L Bridges that the GeorgeV.. Thomas Mrs. B..llel his brother-in-law, Ott Hodge, on Street and Walnut Street divtd- ,,1930 to lOiS according to pre llm- heard and were conquered" last Present day audiences are delighted -

kini meters on hand be In- r.eddlsh, R. A. Newsome, Edna February 18, will come before the Ins\: the town Into four segments: mary figures from the 1948 Census Friday evening by the remarkably to find that the modern band Market HereThe

Between Jefferson and Norris Mrs. W. F. Godwin and!I circuit court which convenes here A. J. Thomas, J. P. Roberts: :by the Bureau\ of the Census t.'. the Bradford High School BandIn of everything from boogie to Bach,

Icon Streets and on Call St. Mrs. Edith Christiansen. Monday. Northeast -- 'Bill Graham and ,S. Department of Commerce. Its Annual Spring Concert In and Is no longer! limited to "Undur many factors that fit to I

of the railway to Cherry After discussion, William T. Hodges body was found In frontof Robert Barksdale: Southwest* 1: Retail sales in the county dur- the USO auditorium. The Double Eagle" and the other gether'to make or break a strawberry ,

eto Motion was seconded .byT. Jackson and H. A. Bishop Jr. his home, about 3 1-2 miles Carl Johns, E. L. Matthews QJ S. 1948 aggregated 3.6 million, Under the leadership of Director traditional, but slightly threadbare season seem, set to make I '

\ Jackson, and carried. agreed that they would contact southeast of Starke. riddled with Newcomb. ; Southeast S. L. ling an increase of 300 percent over Carl Roberts, the Band tackledthe marches. Last Friday limO go down In the record as the :

Jotion was made by P. L. Mr Maurice Edwards of the shot fired from a 12 guage double- Peek F. F. Stump.It I the $1.4 million In 1939. Whole- difficult program In a profeHslonnll night's progunm was certainly most successful In more than a '

: that' the action of the Bradford Engineering Company, barrelled shotgun Nations was 'was stated that around $3.- reacheda manner and emerged varied enough to please all tastes decade.
ges sale sales In the county
Council meeting held Aprilon and see If !some satisfactory ar- arrested and has been held In the 500 will be needed to carry on the from the one-hour concert with and Included among other specialty
total of $1.2 million In 1948 as Market Manager R. B. Alvares
oak trees being plantedthe angements could be made of county Jail without bond since activities of the Chamber Ijhla; flying &olora.111gh I numbers a cornet duet by
compared with $0.4 million In said yesterday that the late cold
same that time. Chief item of spots of the came Levy and George Canova.
City property by A. E. vear. expense program
1939. The service trade. Included has set the crop back In competIng
be rescinded. Motion Mrs. W. H. Smith appeared be. Leroy McCray, negro held in be the County's exhibit at Ell when guest conductor Harold The 1950 Band personnel Is as
[inney in the Census of Business recorded states and will probably result -
/ seconded by H. A. Bishop. fore the Council requesting a connection with the theft of a State Fair In Tampa. which \ receipts totaling $199.000! Bachman director of the University follows: In prolonging the sale of ,

votes being as follows Yeaa: permit to erect a neon sign on safe from a Call Street business be enlarged to Include a wider in 1948 compared with $27,000 in of Florida Band, took the Flutes: Ann Bunch Detmar Williamson. Bradford berries on the "fresh '

A. Bishop. Jr.. P. L. Bridges State Highway No. 200, for her firm, and subsequent shooting of scope of Bradford products. ; 1939. baton for two numbera, one of Edward O'Nell. market" for another three or

PI: William Ti Jackson; Noting tourist home. The City Council city police officer L. E. Colson Single memberships will be (1* which was the Inspiring and exceptionally Clarinets: Florence Brown four weeka. If this prediction
will be this the In 1949 Employment In the county also well played ""Moun Peggie Caldwell Ada Edwards I
: L. O. Hazen. felt that they had no legal arraigned at this term year same as holds good, gross receipts might
lotion was made by H. A. authority to Issue said permit of court. If McRae pleads not ,Larger businesses however, arc rose over the 9-year period between tain Majesty Overture". At the MarcIa Kelehsr. Jo Ann Smith. reach! the I3BO.OOO mark exceeding
to take out multiple 1939 and 1948 for the a- conclusion of his two numbersMr. Patty Lawson, Martha Landrum.,
Jr., that all persona ow- and stated they thought it necessary guilt the case will probably come encouraged last year's total by
[for op. services! rendered on their for Mrs. Smith to obtain to trial during the week. :memberships and they are entitled bove trades. Establishments In Bachman complimented the Jimmy Weldon, Iris dough, Beverly more than $100,00,0. gross

the City Equipment a permit from the State Road Department Other cases docketed are: to one vote for each membership these trades reported a combined band very highly and stated thatIt Jo Crosby, Kathryn Kelly, I
rjrty by to the Ceorge Richendollar. Information taken.Eastern total of 339 paid employees for had! made exceptional progress Russell Crosby, Diane Gillen. : Since April 13 growers have ,
Notified that a lien will be I place sign. ,
I for hit and the workweek ending nearest November during/ the one year that Mr. Roberts Bass Clarinet: Barbara Bunch. shipped 3,120 crates at an average -
their property unpaid The City Council agreed to reduce run driving; i
ed against 15. 1948, while only 138: of $7.78 per crate, bringing
i has been directing. Alto Saxophones: Robert Stefanelll -
within 30 days from re- the 1949 valuation on the Benjamin Finn, information for Star .
were reported for the same weekIn its Edwards.!: growers an estimated $24,281.04
Perhaps most ambitious Carolyn
assesafed to assault with Intent to murder
It of notice. Motion was seed Personal Property ;
Chapter Instituted 1939. "tour deforco" of the Johns for her James Gibson and Mc- '
by P. L. Bridges and mo- Mrs. Ruby Beauty Leroy and
dally Is also Im
A total of 114 retail establish- the Band'sInterpretation of quality
carried. Parlor, from $3.000( to 11.000, Cray, breaking and entering; Monday NightStarke
So far this
ments annual George Gershwin's "Rhapsody In Tympani: Lloyd Grider proving. season growers
James reported gross
Sermon assault with Intent
C. on -
was made by W. T. also for Harry Broadway
lotion Blue", with Miss Ada Bells have shipped 29.961 crates fora
: 8.1g.Oboe
and of In
to murder sales receipts $3,811,000 I'atsy
Service Sta- : IT. Order of<
that items placedthe the Temple & Lake Chapter D.
:son any the gross return of $$230.669. In
This number Kucera.
came :
street by the residents tion, from $1,200 to $500. James Gibson, breaking and en- the Eastern Star was called'' to 1918.The Patsy 1919 sold '
they 28,803 crates Tor
i off surprisingly well, conalderlngthe Cornets: Levy Canova, Jr..
itarke that cannot be loaded The City Clerk wan Instructedto tering; order Monday night at 8 o'clock five wholesale establishments $230( 863.90.
difficulty of the arrangement, George Canova Delano Thomas,
H. G. Wainwright, informationfor the of constituting reported In the 1948 census ,
three men on the truck that get prices .on a one-bag Cement for purpose
and conclusive of Andrews Lavon According to weather bureau
the Ronald ,
gave proof Crosby,
had salon for
be charged for load- mixer. non support Starke Chapter 224. The Grand I totaling $1,203,000
parties that versatility of a Band which can Lax Green Jr. Sonny Tenly, officials this ha been the coldest
Mo- There being no further business Officers assisting the Worthy year.Final
ahd removlng.of name. I swing, apparently with the greatest Eddie, Moody Jimmy Rowe. April on record In Florida. There
was seconded by H. A. Blah the meeting adjourned. $2000 Fund Raised Grand Matron, Ethel Hayes, 'in figures, superseding this I front
of from
ease, traditional march! French Horns: Ben North, was and some Ice Sunday
the ceremony were Past Grand preliminary data will be IncludedIn
By Methodists I tempo to music In the modern Marlon Harrington, Kenneth Tyus. morning April 16, undoubtedly '
Patron Vincent R. Brice and Adel
a bulletin for the State of FlorIda
__ = ssA = rabbits manner. Baritone: Tommy Harding.Trombones setting a' new record for late cold
Robertson, Grand Martha, WUlle to be Issued In several months.A .
Seems Alma Thomas and La- At Two BanquetsThe Three novelty numbers "Music, : 'Jimmie Moncrief, here
I I Mae Lovett, Grand Warder, Helen single of the
; verne Outlaw have decided thai copy preliminary Music, Music", "Dry Bones", and Earl Norman, Frank Brown. The cold worked to the advan- .
; Theua, Grand Conductress, and release for Bradford ai
Methodist Church building County
they were made for each other "Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy", Basses: Tom McClane, Johnny tage of berry growers, however
Priest Grand Instructor for
fund was increased by $2,000 asa Mary well as an order blank for other
and the wedding bells are supposed were especially pleasing to the Kopelousos. as It brought only alight damageto
District Eight. releases be obtained
to ring sometime after result of two Building Banquetsheld area may by audience and contrasted nicely I Drums: Curtis Roberts, Billy berry bloom here and resulted
on Thursday and Friday After the constituting cercm! nv writing to the Bureau of the Census .
school is out. Both of them are with the more classical "Flower Henderson. In materially delaying the In
nights of last week. the Chapter elected the following Washington 25D. C. crop
Good- ,
mighty lucky I think North Carolina Bradford Coun-
I officers: Worthy Matron, Nolla D.
The speaker at Thursday

ROLYNJr. ness Ing to you pop just the can't question tell who's next go-a- i night's event was Dr. P. M. Boyd, Middleton; Worthy Patron, C. A. BHS Is Victor Lewis Explains Mrs. Avery Reports ty's market real competitor When North in the Carolina berry

round here sure wish some pastor of the First Methodist Futch; Associate Matron, Cleo PlankConcer.ning comes In,
I Over Ketterlinus'In Platform Daughter Missing buyers usually leave the
Church of Jacksonville, 'while the Harley; Associate Patron, V_ S.
one would pop It to me The only Friday night address was made St. John; Secretary E. W. Hayes; Track Meet U.S. 301 Since April 10Mrs. market here and go there for the
rnstilt! humming all those thing I ever get is pop corn or new crop, and the additional advantage
by Col. Cecil C, Bailey, prominent Treasurer, J, M. Sistrunk; Conductress -
BHS band soda pop Lewis candidate for of being closer to the
that the playedthe Jacksonville attorney, who Verdle Futch; Associate BHS and Ketterlinus High of Ovid Q. ionic Avery stated yesterday >

concert last Friday night Dancing class Monday night, ,' has served as chairman of the Conductress: : ,. Maude Lappe: Chaplain St. Augustine met In a dual track Representative! to the State Leg' I that her daughter, Louise, eastern markets It Is reported
My but aren't we proud of I've heard wasn't as!, Islature from Bradford County, however that North Carolina will
from reports building committee of the.Riverside Della Hoover; Manc"l meet Wednesday aflerrtoxjn hat. been missing from her" home :
y. member of the band .. much fun as last week. but things Park Methodist Church during 'Sarah!! Lawsori;' Organist, fcoarlHemwall athletic field In Starke.; said yesterday that 1t had been on N tth' Walnut St. since Mon not have 'a large volume until a-

all !gave top notch perform- were still carried on Hear Its extensive expansion pro- : Ada, Avle Pearce; called to his attention that some day, April 10. Mrs. Avery said rnund May 10 The late cold also
cs. Ada Edwards, Bradford'sChopin Donald Richie went down to learn Esther, Helen Bradford outclassed the visitorsIn confusion has arisen from the I thAt her daughter had bathed and damaged and delayed the crop in ,
Ruth, Gloria King;
,' as usual did her how to dance ,but never got up gram. 100 places for Martha Virgie Barks- the running events, taking first statement he had made concefh- dressed and went out of the front Tennessee. and Arkansas. Louisiana -
Approximately Glasgow;
f on the piano This time enough nerve to get on the floor Evelyn Wise Warder place In all but the 100 yard dash. Ing* the location of U.S. Highway door presumably to sit on the Is reported coming In In large
Elects ;
the $10 per plate banquet were dale; Ketterlinus however
proved superior, volume, but berries
as Rhapsody In Blue"- but once How did you do It reserved for each of the two Annie Laura Morgan; Sentinel 301. front n rrh. Her mother has not from that
in the field events, taking state not
I going Ada. Bet Mr. Rob- Grace? But guess Donald was evenings by members of the congregation Harry Lappe. The Worthy first place In the discus, shot and Mr. Lewis explained that he Is seen her .Ince that time, and for Florida.' considered competition \ '

Is still taking bows I quite busv helping I Marcus, Kas- and friends of the Grand Matron, assisted by the Javelin throw. In favor of 301 remaining In Its she. apparently left without a

ve got to run down town and per and Billy take care of their church both local and out of Past Grand Patron, Installed the present location sofar. as Staike pocketbook any money, or any The cold here resulted In considerable -

me some peroxide to bleach pet black snake which Incidentally town. The turkey dinner was officers. Palatka High was Invited to and Lawtey are concerned, but means of identificatIon spot damage to beans

hair that's the latest Is a Job I wouldn't care prepared and served by the ladies Past Grand officers presentwere participate but did not put In an that he would work for changingthe The missing woman's description and corn, but extent of the loss

g' with the girls around these to have. Shame on you boys for of the church, and all profits above Hattie Page Past Grand appearance route of 301 at the Hampton Is an follows: (9 feet, 2 Inches could not be estimated. Some I

L. Dottle Sue with her even bringing that thing arounda i the actual cost of food went Chaplain: Esther Bush, Past The final tally sheet showed cut-off north of Hampton and tall; weight 113 pounds: age 39; fields suffered almost total lose, I

berry bangs. Clara, BarbaraDot group of girls Into the building fund.A Grand Chaplain: Mary Laura BHS with 71 points and Ketter running southeast until the high brown eyes and black hair usually while adjoining plots, through

seem to have started this Myra seems mighty enthused musical program was presented Johnson Past Grand Marshal; linus 46.RIbbons. way Intersect. with the section parted In the middle and some quirk of nature, were unharmed ;.

off with a bang Haven't over a dance that she went to at each evening under the direc- Rosa Hembree, Past Grand Warder were awarded the first line running directly South. crossing worn In braids. Cucumbers were so bad-

'et quite figured out the boy's the State Farm the other night tion of G. S. Newcomb. C. H. ; Charlotte Bowden Perry three winners In each event, Santa Fe River and comingout Mrs. Avery said that her daughter ly hurt that there will be very

,ton to this atunt, but I bet Tell us more, gal. Was that Nasworthy and T. H .Slade, mem- Past Grand Matron; Frances Following la a complete tally at Schenck's Service Station.He was subject to attacks of amnesia. few shipped from here this season
like a girl's hair added that It was his understanding At least one grower, Troy Ben-
the natural
with Kenneth of the Past Grand Matron;
Evelyn Newsom bers of the official board Keisling. of all events with the winners and .
r. Sure wouldn't that this road had been nett, was reported plowing 11
take ace Gilder the other night? What church, presided Thursday and Lena Byrd Past Grand Matron; winning time and distance up
At the time of her
I disappear
bo built within the acres Fordhook beans which
on losing designated to
my man by ? Brice, Past Grand
happened to Morris Evelyn Friday nights respectively. The and Verna B. throws:
gil'\j\! the color of hairIf next three years. anre: she was wearing gray woolen were killed. In spite of the lateness .
my Seems to be some campaigning speakers were Introduced by Rev. I Matron. Chapters representedwere 100 Yard Dash: 1)) Peterson, slacks, and a whit. blouse. She of the I
I had Mr Lewis said that he Is In season some grow.rsplan
a man. Guess I'm of: Calif. Leesburg. ,
around BHS now for president J. R. Hill, pastor of the church.It Hollywood. ;
though In Ketterlinus: 2)) Johns BUS; 3)) favor of Increasing the of wore a partial plate of four front to replant.
fact I could pay
dyeS student Miami, Coral
council or to start construction Orange Park
student planned .
the Carter, BHS. Time 10:2: seconds.One teeth fitted with
on a
green and It still wouldn'tmy So far the candidates are of the new church at an Gables Waldo, Gainesville, Lake juror from $3 per day to $6 per Tendergreen beans, 3
t feeble chances body. Mile Run: 1))' Green, BBS; day. "Every other wage scale gold wire to eye teeth. 1-2 hampers, were brought to the
you Ka per Duncan, date. Mrs. L. A. Davis Is tity. Jacksonville, Mlcenopy
Edward Massey early
I'm so bashful I I I IId Edwards and Seeber Doyle chairman of the building committee. Newberry, Madison, High Springs, 2)) Bracewell, Ketterlinus; 3)) has been raised except that for Anyone with Information Is market Tuesday by W. H. Green
> Harry I St. Petersburg. Duncan BHS. Time 3.23 min jury service" he stated. "If asked to contact Mrs. Avery by and sold for $3.03 per hamper on ..I.
everyone have a good timer May the best man Greenville, and
Andrews. worth tor 10 writing Box 91, the auction. A fair volume of ,
the refreshments jurors aren't $6 per day phoning or by
holidays I sure did. win and I mean it's really goln* Following the meeting utes.Half
themselves on their, farms or itr> Starke. beans and Red Bliss potatoes Is ,; !
ort of disappointed though.ad hot election because all were served in the Shrine Mile Relay: 1)) BHS; 2)) '
to be a BHS Nine Scores their businesses then I believe expected within the next week or .

*;t to take my first dip'' In the boys and are are well liked. Over High Springs Iva Douglas. .Tuanlta Hardy Carter, Ritch, Conner) 1:40:2.: : they "should seek other employment Bennett Schedules 10 days. "!

wty and what ahou d happen The Juniors are well on the way Butler Jean Douglas, and Jo Ella Hardy. 440 Yard Dash: 1)) H. Norman, Three SpeechesIn \ !

It turned freezing cold ; of having a wonedrful banquetand And Lake BHS; 2) McRae, BHS; 3)) Car. Purebred Calves ::

I "ver have any luck. Oh. prom for the seniors this A hit-and-run victory was"scor- Mrs. Atkinson caba, Ketterlinus. Time 1:02: min Rites Wednesday BradfordRep. Are RegisteredBy

> July' will be here soon, and year from hints I've received -I ed by BHS over High Springslast utes. For Mrs. Forsythe
ooka as If It will be then be- but all the girls are beginning to Friday when the high school Buried At Brooker 880 Yard Run; 1)) Conner BHS; Charlen F.. Bennett, candidate Dan StarlingAnother

e We have continuous warm their nails, twirl their hair the 2)) Eaves, BHS( ; 3)) Bagwell Ket Mr. Clara Forsyth, 33 died for re-election to Congress
chew High Springs
aU"r" wonderingif nines met on %>[1'1. Mary A. Atkinson 63 terlinus. Time 2:13:04.: : Monday In a Jacksonville hospital from the Second Congressional milestone In the progress

eport cards welcomed us Mon- and what certain have someone you -is going to I diamond. Hazen honors and Wlnkler In this died Thursday, April 6, at her Medley Relay: 1) B H S. after a brief Illness. She seas a District, Is scheduled for several of the livestock Industry In1'
a divided
after a long question pitching home In Brooker. She was bornIn 2)) Ketterlinus; 3) KetterllniM. native of Bradford County but had speeches In this vicinity on the Bradford County was chalked up
six weeks, them that all Important which ended witha
ask one-sided game and the '
Donalsonvllle. Ga., was
pe "pryone had would be a shame Time (Starling. Carter, Johns, lived In Jacksonville for the past following dates: recently when Dan Starling of
better luck Sure
28-3 score In favor of BHS. Willie Atkinson. She
a I did stag widow of Conner 2:20:02.: : 17 I April 22, Lawtey, Lawtey registered four young
bet I'll have to be to see all of these gals going Winkler pitched the first four 11 years. Saturday
moved to Bradford County 220 Yard Dash: 1)) Johns BHS: Surviving her husband, I purebred Aberdeen-Angus calves,
Oil are 9:30 A.M.
tif a pillow for tr' next for goodness sakes with Lake
so Innings of the game .
years ago.Funeral. 2)) Peterson, Ketterlinus; 3)) Carter born last December, It Is believed
Charles I told and the ball and get your date Pro- Levy Forsyth; her I Wednesday, April 26, Brooker,
you get on Butler here Tuesday night. services held Sun-
were that thla Is the
1 Ion BHS Time 23:02: : Sec. Doshle Swindell, Theressa two i first registration -
stop talking In Amerl- all lined up, because the big day ceedings were halted In the top 9 at 3 o'- ; ,2 P.M.
Hstor, day afternoon. April Mile Relay: 1)) BHS; 2)) BHS; daughters, Misses Annette and purebred cattle born
advice' people never take Is only about two weeks off of the fifth by rain, but.the required clock in the Dedan Baptist with 3)) Ketterlinus. Time (Warren Jeanette Adklns. Jacksonville Friday, April 28, Starke. 10 i In Bradford County.
me them do they? Who could Of course I wouldn't be hinting time had been played to Rev. Dan Martin officiating. In- Rouse Hutchinson, Norman) three ulsters Mrs. Gertrude Car- A.M.; Green Cove' Springs 0:13: P. Mr. Starling operates Starling's
1' I know they but If of you are looking fora make It an official 11-0 victoryfor M. I
never any Dedan
In Cemeterywith
Plate terment was 4:0: ?. stensen, Palatka; Mrs. Eula Jordan Angus Ranch, west of Lawtey.
anything that. free girl t take miss BHS. Thomas Funeral Home of High Jump: 1) Norman, BHS: Alachua and Mrs. W. C. In his recent speeches Rep. and at present has 10 or 12 purebred
Don't you young things Rain checks will not be Issued Gainesville In charge of arrange- 2) Ket- Bennett has reaffirmed his port- brood
11 rARe ) Booth BHS; 31) Bagwell, Rhoden Starke; five brothers. J. cows and one purebred
senior ,
./ Joan you've' been wondering the playa tonight that the really as It was declared an official ments. tertlnus. Winning jump 3 ft., Bin. S.. W A. and Walter Swindell, tlon as being strongly In favorof bull.

a\lle\ .n'S so happy lately It's class is having. They're game. Surviving are one daughter, Broad Jump: 1) Conner, BHS; Theressa: KIrby Swindell, Starke, economy In government, adequate The calves were registered with

I. of her has received a pic- worth seeing I know because BH9 journeys to Branford this Mrs. T. L. Rogers, Brooker; two 2)) Peterson, Ketterlinus; 3)) Sor- and Sam Swindell, Lake City. defense measures the preservation the American Aberdeen-Angus)

at'l one and only I slipped In on rehearsal the other. Friday, and the next home game sons, James Atkinson Beaufort, ras,' Ketterlinus. Winning jump Funeral services were held Wednesday of segregated school Breeders. Assn. in Chicago.
one .
at Was of those things day and saw them practicing I will be next Tuesday night with S. C., and H. E. Atkinson. Tide- 19 ft. afternoon at 2 o'clock In systems improving labor laws,
on the Billy Cre". doing Don't guess Harry and Ellen J Alachua. water, Va.; one brother, Madison Discus, : 1) Wall king. Ketter- the Liberty Street Baptist Church pensions for the needy, aged veterans Political Rally
to- i
-r' night'Standing 1 highway the practice their big' act until Odom Donalsonvllle, and two linus; 2) Parker, BHS: 3)) Sorrai.Ketterlinus. with Rev. Hodges officiating. In- and other needy aged. '
That "". to be night Ga., : At Lawtey Tonight
(latest Lappes Open sisters, Liz Odom of Boston Winning throw, 97 terment was In New Hope Cemetery -
who question around BBS Well, guess this Is about all for and Mrs. Dezzle Braswell. Atlanta, ft.. 9 In.Shot. under the direction of Key- Price Will Speak
"k was that sitting' In the this time young things. Here'sthat New Bakery HereUnder Ga. Put 1) Circus Ketter McCabe Funeral Home. I The largest crowd to date ,
with Mead the other thought for today Remember Here Saturday estimated at from 300 to 400 -
RifliCmr night linus; 2)) Eaves, BHS; 3) C. Johns, i
-. It'l Wrong to two that although you may the name "Lappe's Pastry BHS. Distance 40 ft. 11 1.2 In. greeted candidate at the Tuesday
To Present
!kid! not have done so good today Shop." Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seniors Javelin: 1)) Mizell: 2)) Graham; Rotarians See Film I In his campaign for return to I I night rally held In Brooker.

Imp""d II Potllcker McRa. In' there La tomorrow Lappe, veteran bakers, opened a' Plays TonightTwo 31' Peterson (all Ketterlinus). I On Cerebral PalsyAn ,Congress as Representative from Loud speaker trouble delayed the
lUre in the Rabeck Building the Second Congressional District. than hour but
am glad to see I II Iallln See you soon. bakery Distance 148 ft., 3 in. program more an ,
I ehel' Jimmy Bet Marcia I 'Carolyn Jr. opposite the Park Theatre Satur- one-act plays, "Ada Gives Officials for the meet were: V. Interesting film showing the I Emory Price of Jacksonville will the crowd remained and patiently

I. too, I Aid" and "The Tiger's In Starke Saturday morn- waited for the candidates to
I In fact I guess day.The First R. Ferguson, starter; Larry Gibson possibilities o f rehabilitating speak pro
1I\'alklng features a completeline will be by members at 11 o'clock and In Hamptonat claim should be electedto
I dn't on Clouda who Recent BirthsMr. shop Claw", presented judge of finish and timer; children afflicted with cerebral Ing why they
be'?! That picture In the of bakery products baked of the BHS Senior Class In L. M. Nag-le, Jr., clerk of course palsy was shown at the Rotary 11:43.: the various offices on May 2.

hlle 1ry Will\ be disarj: .0 now for and Mrs. R I* Billiard an- fresh dally Mrs. Lappe stated the USO auditorium tonight (Friday and scorer; Lou Beyers, broad Club Wednesday by Dr. A. Y. Also Included on his Saturday Another large turn-out I I. expected

S and the 'reoal McCoy Will nounce the birth of a son. Rus- and specializes In birthday and ) at 8 o'clock. Jump; Jack Hazen and Lemuel Covlngton, dlerctorof the Brad- Itinerary will be Green Cove at Lawtey tonight <(
That"Place, I ,uppose. set Lee. III. on April 14. In the wedding cakes made to order. The first play Is billed as a Williams, high jump; Billy Crewer. ford Health Department.In Springs at l.O A.M. and Waldo at ) when the candidates will be

Were Pay James Dan U. S. Naval Hospital In Jackson The Lappes operated a bakery fast-moving comedy, while the shot put and javelin; Clayton his brief remarks following 12:30: P.M. heard from the market platform.

bit.Carl doing Chasing white ville. Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard here until 1848. and Mr. ,Lappe second I I. a mystery drama. Three Strickland. discus; Bill Scruggs, the film Dr. Covington emphasized As the tempo of the campaign Next to the last rally will beheld

around the 84hool In Wal- have resided for the past year has 33 years of experience as a faculty members. Larry Gibson assistant clerk of court. that spastic children usually Increases more Interest I t. develop at Hellbronn Springs Tuesday .

Monday e, night? I do de- at 318 Walnut Street In Starke. baker. The shop hasyras; ovens Mrs. Margaret BUsh, and Mr. Coach James Hobbs will enter have normal minds and can event- ing In the Congressional" race night, April 20, and the final

What these boy; around, electric fryers and other modern Delene Woodham. are directingthe I his track team In the East FlorIda ually be trained to lead happy, Candidate Price urges everyoneto gathering will be held In Me-

eall't think of just can.t Friends of George Cone will regret equipment. The retail sales department productions.The Conference'meet at Daytona useful lives although the process come out and hear him discussthe mortal Stadium in Starke on I Fri.

.. OUght"y of ot course I to learn. that he ls a patientIn not yet completed, will BHS Band will be featuredIn i Beach ,on Wednesday, April 25. .U long tedious and expensive. Issues of the campaign. day night' April 28.

doubta abuut the white Glendale Hospital Palatka. have attractive show cases and the musical Interlude.

counters In the near future.


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APR 21 19 5 0 .

PAGE TWOBradford ,
__ member of the School tlonal
Ins a
HOtRn OP Pl'BLIC facllitt
check will beretained FOR I
attended the political rally, the successful bidder' Board from residence District No. IBrooker patron t
I here until a contract I I. ..nl..dInto I'.TRITT'O.D.IITH.r 11 ,A nlsll
River) for the
and) New schools .
at New River last Friday, and performance bond furnished are
held four and having worked
Telegraph BMiard the right to T hereby announce my candidacy past years
the reserves
County Id
BROOKERBy night reject any and all bid and to waiveInformalities. for the District Board Three.Having of Public. In- schools faithfully In for the county the advancement a* a whole of I Problems While of
of tructlon. the
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Willlama been fortunate enouahto hereby announce my candidacy for the achooucritical Iidnrl 0 _
Iv* Mee> Leeks notice I* to be published In office.
ESTABLISHED 1B7 E. U. MATTHEWS. OWN --tDITOiiPuhUnhrd Jacksonville visited her parent consecutl weekly. Dave Green, last eight, Telearraph a week.Iv of F. 'U I. I fully realise the Importance I am a lifetime resident of Ih.flr..nk..r stat that ,u 1..
Second Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County of provMlnir your children section. and have been a anclal condltl
Every Friday and Entered M Honored newspaper published In Starke, the best education and! taxpayer for
Birthday weekend. 6, and mine with property owner best In the HI,,
at Starke, Fla. The Mott children honored their RUBS, of Lake City PMorldo. nest precedingJune which we. as cltlsen can more than 20 year I formerly I have
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott. Mm. Frances Buddie Russ Tuesday.Mr. SO.Bnard of County Commissioner make available to them. served and as School have served Trustee as In chairmanof my district my altllltvthat set. t I
no"s;;; ; "s I parent visited Mrs Florida.M Thl. Is a critical time for our I will
Bradford County
of School Etoard for the p
delicious birthday and are being the County future
with a large and Mrs. Bill Bigham n, IARREI.Ciinirmsn.. school Operitlona even b. curtailed post two years I I If r.
hampered may Your ,
snnlversery dinner Sunday. Those two children spent last weekend ATTE>''IT: A. J. Thomas, Clerk 1191 1-J because of Insufficient funds As a father of five children. I am voti
$t.5O For Six MonthsGRASS present In addition to the family Iin Jacksonville. (HEAL) 4. unless. every dollar Is spent wtsetv. vitally Interested In..11 children predated.ALVAREZ' .
Suborrlptlon $:.:iO Annually Moore and son. and IT Cot HT. HHI *IFOHD My business experience, myeducation and in providing the best. educa
were M .. Grover I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis I% (IHfl and my eduoatlona! I aI
Bnford of Stnrke: Mrs. I. Bennett Mr. and Mrs Curtis Chambers i :: background will enable me to perform
'EH Y. office In _u._ __ ___ __ _- -
BKCOMES: : lll'MAN FOOt 0 and Mrs. Brook Perryman of of Jacksonville visited their parents t'uri Paul Fredericks, Plaintiff vs. the .duties of this .

Something like one-half of the total land area of the nation Gainesville. I Mr. and Mrs. E. \V. Hodges I; Harah Defendant Kate Cas Crossan No. 7841 Fredericks, an efficient, If elected.and 1 capable promise manner.whJch to do. I I II STORE Establishl't t lki

nearly one billion acresIs in range l land and pasture. Most of this" Harrv Edwards visited his last weekend. I< AND ORDER NOTirR OK prniCATION TO APPEAR and Your! your consideration support will your b* .. i l

would be almost entirely unproductive If It were not for livestock I I TATE OS* FLORIDA to' Sarah appreciated. vot.1

growing. The meat animals consume the graaa. which the range lands Jackonville! '! j residence Kal" Crossan and address Fredericks.Is U whose KldinI Hewlett S. -

produce, and so. through the alchemy of nature, this otherwise useless We are sorry to report that GRAHAMBy i I Htreet. Thornabl-On-Tees: Yorkshire FOR CO1'YTY OMNICIOYER I
1 .
gras: become steaks and chops and roasts and the rest of the little Terrell Green had- the misfortune England.You required to appear on UMTHKT TWO FOR YOUR nEQtIRE:
I are To the Voters of Bradford County: t 1
meats we buy. ; of breaking his arm Sun- MrJohn McKlnney Mav ISth. 1911). In the above named I hereby announce myself as a I

Here Is a particularly striking example of the livestock Indus day afternoon. i I Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County candidate Commissioner I for, re-election District Two a* County(NorthStarkel It Pays To Trade With Sladt\\ '

contribution to the country. And In addition the animals con- Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Cano had Graham Baptist service I Telegraph. shall publish. thl* Order I wish to stale that I ,
i In next four weekly Issues. stand for the same' principals that'
sume approximately 85 per cent of all our grain crops. Millions of as their weekend guests their Pastor Robert L. Perkins begana ,I witness. my hand and official I have always stood for: economy IJROIIANE'"
such pulp olls"ed cake children, Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano series of sermons based on the seal at Starke, Florida, this April In spending. and lower taze Your GAS
tons of commercial by-products, as 111th I i960.OFFJCIALA.FClerk. vote and support will b* greatly. GAS
and son. Ray and Mr. and Mrs.M. Book of Hebrews Sunday and will Applianca
I .
and citrus pulp go to them. ( J. Thomas, appreciated. _
M. Gano of Gainesville. continue the series this comingLord' of said Court. -E. I* Crawford.FOR .
the whole nation by converting I
livestock helps
U that growing
The point Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott visited day at 11 o'clock a.m. By Haven Crosby D. C.
products that would. otherwise go to waste. Into food for Carlos E. Harper Attorney-at- COfXTY OOMMMMONER: SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc
Mr. and Pasco Mott of Gainesville Everyone Is Invited to read the ''Law. 800 W University. Aveq STRICT! TWO .
people, by restoration of the soil and In various other ways. Finally. Saturday night. first chapter of Hebrew and at- Oalnesvllle.. Fla. To the Voter of County. Commls.

when meat animals are processed In the packing houses they providea Mrs. M. U. THghman and son tend this service. Atty. for Plf. 4-14 4t 1-6 Ktarke stoner :District Number' Two North E. Call St. Starke. }1

long list of valuable by-products made of horns and hoofs and hair Lee of Gainesville visited Mrs The first Sunday In May (the I hereby announce my candidacy

and other Inedible commodities in addition to the meat. S. M. Mott Tuesday 7th) will be enrollment day in POLITICAL for the County will of Commissioner the Democratic subject Voter to

Looking at the matter from the viewpoint of farmer and rancher, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen and the Sunday school. The goal has ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR in the Primaries In May. FOR ALL TYPES OF
of cash In- son Douglas of Gainesville visited been set 50 for the first day.F. 1 am a lifelong resident of Bradford
meat animals constitute agriculture' Urgent single source at County: I am a property owner PEST CONTROL!
and Mrs. R. E. Hazen COt".Tir 1'OMMlCCIOYERDISTRICT and I familiar
Mr. and a tax payer am
come. The market Is always there day In and day out ready to pay afternoon.Mrs. T. Abernathy was called to FOIR with the problem of the property WRITE OR PHONE
the going price. The livestock Industry benefits everyone, and In Sunday I hereby announce to the Democratic owner. and of the tax payer.If .
Bannle Mott visited Mr. the bedside of his brother John Voters of County Commissioner you a* your County FLORIDA PEST CONTR8
Florida It is growing by leaps and bounds. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and Mr. and In Daytona Beach Sunday.Mrs. District No. (. comprisingthe Commissioner I tIm'r; I. to work
Precincts of Oraham. Hampton
for best interest of
the my and CHEMICAL
.. Mrs. O. J. Mott of Raiford Sunday Leon Wynn returned home and Thereasa, that I am a Candidate of th. County and sincerely CO.
last wee kfrom Cairo. Ga., where to succeed myself as. County pledge my best effort to ..eborne 2450 N. Ala. St. Gainesville --
Commissioner subject to the Prl- reduction In the tax. burden
Mrs. Orie Taylor and childrenof she attended the funeral of her marie In May.I by my people \ Termites Rodents All Household I P

Orange Park visited Mrs. brother. the am duties thoroughly of the office familiar and with If Tour and will rise aoorec support ated.U solicited !Moth Proofing -. Flame H

cO Lloyd Barry Thursday of last week. elected I promise my bent effortsIn Sincerely yours,
< I y/4 Mrs. Edna Hays of Gainesville CARD OF THANKS County behalf a*of a the whole.district and the _I* I* Renfro Free Inspections and Estimates Given by G inEntomoloflBeB

vdHf visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell We wish to thank all of our Your vote. and support I. earn- FOR KCMOOI OIllDISTRICT > (University of Florid).
and friends and neighbors who were estlv solicited. and will b* appreciated. THREE R.
vI two daughters Saturday. To the Voter. of Bradford County: Dempoey Sapp Roy V.I j
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Connely and so thoughtful and kind duringour Jessie R. ChaMaln. Having had the privilege of serv.

GREYHOUND children of Leesburg attended recent Illness. May God's .

s 'he funeral of A. B. Surrency richest blessings rest with each'II n _________
MArc tad visited Mr. and Mrs. -Lloyd one.Mr.
N 4eri larry last week. and Mrs. Wm. Crosby &:

a 1 +: Rev. and Mrs. Donald Martin Family

nd baby son attended home .
omlng at the Baptist church ('01 'T". FLOH'f).%I IttltN-
it Linden Sunday. ('IHY.Paul: ',1 LOVETTSTARKE I
: E. Moore. Plaintiff vs. Tvette
... Mrs. Emma Gay of Trenton Moore. Defendant Case No. I
pent two weeks here visiting In ORDER OP Pt' TUII'I
he home of her son and daughter-: STATE OF KI.OHIPA to:
:Moore, whose residence and address -
n-law Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay.

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay and song I I.are: L'nknown.You required. to appear on FLORIDA Prices Good Sat. 22
:5erald: and Austin visited relatives May ISIh. 1>50. In. the above nantvil --- Through April
SAVINGS Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,
in ; :
Jacksonville Sunday.A Heeka divorce. Bradford Coun-j|
large crowd of people from ty Telegraph.hail I publish this.
Order In next four weekly Itisues. I
Witness my hand and official. LEAN WESTERN
that will amaze neat at Htarke, Florida, thl April
you 12th. 1900.OFFICIAL. I I
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
S ee m s1ala Ac Clerk of aaldCourt.. .
By Haven C'rbsby, D. C. 3'
ITS I WONDERFUL! Crulilng; along Americas magnificent. Spring Gr Life Cha.Rid-R. Hen Jacksonville.. 204-05 Florida flusranty PORK CHOPS lb.

highway in a luxurious GREYHOUND Super-Coach You'U see : Atty. for PIC. 4-14 4t 8-3
beauty and color galore-at elo rang You enjoy| loo "' ,
Greyhound amazingly LOW fares-lower than any other-and IV CIKCIIT COIHT. nn\. '
C'OI 'T'. FI.OHIIttl 1% 5111\.i
only Vi Ihoeo.t oi driving your own ear When that Irresistible ('':R'. .
tug bits you-Just try II GO GREYHOUND I Ielcc4 Oeorire W. Story, Plaintiff I vs.Theresa .
K "Manl Story Defendant.
74jc 4es. ?4'U4 Case No. T835 BRISKET PORE
Washington 15.15 New $0.75 STATE OF FI.OKIDA( to: The.resa .
Orleans: Ercolanl Ntnry whose residence STEW LARl

woe ........ .OM. 'aa.M.. la are: L'nknown.You required. to appear nn I
*., In. *., T... May ISth. 195O. in the above named cS AKS,1.b.55c
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
(1.1..1111 l C I JUt g .,," Omla C I-as: g :>..2JHI a seeks divorce. Bradford County -
Lake ('Icy 1.113 iiai-tosia :a.%... ".11II YOU can cover every scar Telegraph. shall publish thl* lb. 1
Order In next four weekly IsmrnnWitness
TallahasseeMlassl HIS ...> We.t Hsl_ Hearh 5.10'P* a.'. bring out all the my hand and official .

TIMP\ ant S...s flrl..... 2..... 4JW original beauty and finish seal I at Htarke, Florida, this April
..M Die ..... (... 8.1111 1J.S.1 II t h. 1950.OFFICIAL.
with ( SEAL) A.7_ Thomas,
....... A. Clerk of said' Court. SKINLESSBACONlb.39c
fu. \
lt% Ldw t r. All err Bv Haven '
Crosby D C.

e44 ;rllP1 e--t 7-1d1( '-(!' 'tm 4 tJ'U ddt4 >ydlr. :Beach Hay s< ld Florida...n. Relden Bid-. Daytona I WEINERS lb. 3 3t !

Ally for Plf. 4-14 4t S'5 ,

GREYHOUND BUS STATIONN. Just the thing to keep con- 11 riHri-IT (-r-r.:;; : nntnroiln ,

stantly used furniture ('01 >TV. 5'LORllit |> (1.:01-:

Temple Ave., Starke. Fla. Phone 147-J looking like new.Won't ,, CKHt.Clementina-. Caruso, Plaintiff .,,..

crack, creek or turn 1 Armando t. Caruso, Defendant.. PORK NECK /
Case No. 734 '

G' :EY'J[, O U N O apply.white. Dries It's very overnight.easy to I STATE Caruso ORDER l NOTICF OF whose OF FOKIDA Pt'BICATTOVAND TO AI-PKAR to. .ArmandoI IS BACONlb.lSc BONES lb. 1 II

Navy, walk : 'Concetta C.calu ';, ,
SISTRUNKFeed Prooklyn. New York.
1.1.... <. V.lmrr !...1.! suit chi <..... M... \Vrd, ..d KrU T.'* P.M. You are required. to appear Itn''
.. & Seed Store May ISth 1950. In the above
ever M Pl l_IM en y.>ur dial.. named
STARKE. FLA. plaintiff Court seeks.and divorce cause. and wherein j, FANCY SWEET ARMOURS "Star Brand" U.S. No. 1 OLD|

ation County of Telegraph maiden' name.shall Bradford publish! 3 TALL 29

1 this Order In nest four weekly. Issues I Potatoes MILK CANS Potato

Witness my hand and official
IJh I "' IOI.rk., Florida' this April
/ 1960.
Aa Clerk at said Court.

/. fly Atty.Aide.William Haven for Jacksonville D.Plf.Crosby.Morgan D.Florida.C.4-l SOT 41 Clark S-5 435C COFFEE, lb. 57 10 lb. 3

1 Soiled Is hereby. given that the'

Hoard Bradford of. County County Commissioner Florida. will re1celve of., 5 'lb. JIM DANDY AKMUUKS 5 LB. BAG
1I sealed bids at the County I
Court House In Ktnrke. Florida until
10:00 A.M. o'clock on I TREET. 35
e June 5. 1S50. for the. .MOlldaY'1 GRITSSUPEUBRAND ORANGI33C
tl1 / all labor and materials and .
1 erection of a county Jail building. to I
be erected at Htarke., Bradford Coun-. '
ty. Florida, under the provisions of
Sections us 01 and 114.01. Florida I WALDORF TOILET
8'atutes, and Resolution No. 100
adopted by said Board and accord- 27c
Inn to plans and specifications now TISSUE 4f-29
on file In the office of A. J. Thomas'
Clerk of Circuit, Court of Bradford
County. Florida and e* officio Clerkof ,
/ said Hoard at the County Court
THE! tOOMUST. "WAGON" Of Alt | House In xrark. Florida Much plan
and specifications I are available tobidder. VAN 4PORK&BEANSl3pc YELL01Onio .
CAII1ES and also at the .office of Jas. Camp-
IDES LIKE A MIlllOM Hell Ko*_.... II, Architect of Winter
Park Florida. Financial details
II CARRIES A HAlr-TON WITH EASE see Clerk.A available. at the office of said OLEO .

certified check bid bond In
All STEII rius rANEis or WOOD the amount of five (5) per cent, of .
the amount of the bid must accompany -
std > L YOU PICK or row -vo "sue* all bids for the purpose of
nod faith: all unsuccessful bI4d...'
check will h* returned promptly; 19C JELLY..25c31bd1.TROPICAL






t t

wbte IN.l te..rihbS. ...11.ales NO. 2CANS lb.
U Ford has built more station wagon than any otherufodtIIh.lnd."Y.That'.o.by
3 2 S3

Fad can gin! you mor"...ro.." for your money.
Whether you haT a!Urge family to tote around... SO FORD Packed
wbsther you Just like the look. and convenience of a
station wa........whether TOII'1e a butcher Of baker
and It for utility, you'll
aadke.ueh.ka bee ,?r a+ ,
and that Ford I is today's big station wagon buy.: / r.J T'1.J'.
I WIYV q/U'JI/rruCi Vfi1ttT

ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY Day 64 Night I Yogi Get What's Advertised At Starke's Leading. Food _Store.}

]Madison & Adams Sts. Stark, Fla. Telephone 118 I




APR 21 1950



hold service Sunday as has '
everyone been hospitalized due to a second week here. The ten la Tuesday. i were guests of her parents Mr. STATE OF FLORIDA to; EII.a Wltnimi my hand and oftl..lal..1
attended the singing conventionat knee operation. beth Van 110.) ....., whose resldenc. al Hiark. Florida this March 19
FARM Maxvllle. located near city hall and the public D B. Halley is representing and Mrs. Carl Hilliard, during the and address In: I'nknuwD, U60.
E. Mrs. Ann R. Guy of Gainesville, Is Invited to>> attend. Lawtey Lodge/ FAM at the week. You are required. to appear on (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas,

Wbltlleld Saturday several Maxvllle men returned home Monday after Mr. and Mn. W. M. Pope and Grand Lodge; In Jacksonville\ this Mr. and Mrs. H C. Kelly visitedIn Court May lot sod 1-CHUB 00( In, the whfrln Above ilitlntlff named. A* Clerk of said Court.
Bryan visited Long Branch cemetery and spending the past week here visIting Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of week. New River HU seeks dlvorc. HrMriford i'nnnry By Haven Crosby, D. C.
erected all of the cement slabs her many friends. Jacksonville were of the' Tom the weekendat Sunday. Telegraph shall puMiKh thli Urdor I A. Z. Adkln. Jr. 107 K. Tnton Bt.OnlnvKvlllo .
AcMvlUe guests pent mother Mrs. Marguerltte Kelly, In nt four weekly I.HUI.. Fla.
,tv' Club that were on the grounds. A- Mr. and Mrs Clyde Rahme. of Paul Dinkins family recently. I' his home in Auburndale. returned here with them for a: witness my hand and nffli'lulnl' Atly for Plf ,.81 It11
|a ernoonofla.tw.kUnlit bout 100 more are needed before Miami spent the weekend here Miss Mattie Harley of Jacksonville -, Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mrs. Harmon visit. at Hturk. Florida. !hl. Starch 2Mb .. .,. ...
.club held Ita reg- every grave will have a and were accompanied home Sun visited her Mr. and Morgan 1'50.!
parents represented Lawtey ,
i Miss Ann Butler of Austin Tex., OFFICIAL SHAI. A.J; Thbmttn"
ss. meeting Beautiful marker and It Is hoped to com- day by Mrs. J. J. McKowen who, Mrs. A. H. Harley over the week- school at the FEA convention in I i An Cli'ik of null ,'..nrt .
visiting the Dan Harley family. Py have!! Crosby n ("*. Louis R. Dean
the roomsccasion
adorned plete this project soon. will\ spend this week
nma In south .end.Mrs. Miami last week A. J ThtmiHK, Jr. tI'I arke. FlAny. ... t
q ., The presF Forest fires In this vicinity have Florida. Q. W. Rooms is visiting Mrs. J. M Browning and Benton M E. Hennegei of Lake City fur rif. a-a uiii\ TAX CONSULTANT rj

Chapman with pre destroyed most of the young tim- her father, J. H. Tatum In De- Futch were in Valilogta. Ga.. Saturday was the, Sunday guest of the D. B. iv <'inn Pr -titiiir.- IIH\I>K<>MIICKIIV. '
Lg the meeting ber in the past several weeks. land this week. Harleys.Joe 1,1 rVt.oIl U\t IY IH1,_ JIOOKKEEPING :
J impressive ritual and Mr. T. J. Miss Elizabeth Mr. and MI'.. n Brown of WcBconnette was .
Three fires were close to us last LAWTEY Terry S. Waldronand W. 1r. MnKton. rinlniirf. v*. Oi-le I.inMantcn.
lhe round table dis1 wel'k'and Mr. Strickland fought I Terry and Benton Futch visited family spent the weekend In visiting friends.\ here Tuesday 1'.f.nI..1.. c'".a Nu. 7kJO SERVICE I.e I.
for the dance relatives In evening' OHI.:1t: trl I'l'lll/ .ICXTIOVANI
plans tire alone. It Is a shame the Jacksonville Thursday Jacksonville I API'MAK8TTK
Sponsored by the organ- persons who set these fires can- L. II. Flitch of last week. Minxes Esther Shu ford and I 1.'J\:1I;\ ;:: to Ode "
evening. A I'M C'IIU"iir i"i>i per, mi \iipniuiIM1. l l.* o :Mimteii. whoHi MUlHiif' end! Phone 229
J. P. Wyrlck and Mrs. Joyce Newsom weekendIn
T. the
feturday not be apprehended. spent ,, FI.IHIIIIll l\ 'll\>'- adtlrvHii IM: I'n known. .
event accomplishments Chinese. Profenflor, to l Speak J. Terry were visitors to Daytona JaikHonvllle with :Miss J. Bui- KIIV. You are rt*<|uh t.rt In appear .lin 113 I:>> W. Call St.
of stand- I Curtis Vnn HUMHCplaintiff.. v". May let. I960 'In the ahnw. niLninil4cmrt "
by chairmen Dr. T. Z. Koo an eminent Chinese Saturday.The lard.Mr. II..b..th. yen house. l'wC.n.tant. and ratine. Hhfr.*ln pin miff STAKKE::, FLORIDA
tee, Mrs. H. O. Bates Christian a visiting professor Methodist AVSCS Diet at and Mrs. R. C King RndlRlIghll'r Cu... No 7HI3ruinru wake rtlvorrn' Htmlfolil fiilinlyTeleirraph .
O t Nix were HAMPTONBy the home of Mrs. A. F!. Jo of UK-' r'I'BI.1\T1nN .i shall publish tltia Urduiii .....1111 -f
Ire at the University of Flor- Harley : Ann Jacksonville AN:II'! NOTICE: TU API'I'An n.xt four weekly limnca. _
land served a salad ida Gainesville
will be the guest 4
I coffee At this meet- :\In. M. C. SweeneyMlinlonary
speaker at the Lawtey Methodist ;3
irchle. Crawford becameber church Sunday morning April 30
and Mrs. Calvin at the 11 o'clock hour.

fisaguest !Meeting }lr. Koo Is an outstanding '

rooms were a festivethe The'Baptist W.M.U. met for its speaker and the public Is cor- Old Guard Republicans are on the March r
dance that was regular program Wednesday afternoon dially Invited to hear him.Harder .
jy the -omm unity club In the home of Mrs. Dan r
J evening The lovely Johnson studying the subject: -Not a Baker
spring colors was emy I "These Things Write Me." The Otis Crawford opened a barberShop ::

crepe paper stream- program was opened by the In Lawtey recently, not a In FLORIDA
Id from the chandelier president, Mrs. Lizzie Simmons, bakery shop as stated In lastweek's

Sidings and by Interest- I followed by a song "Wonderful Telegraph.!

1 arrangments. Enters I Words of Life." The opening Smiley and Oscar Grlffla of e

JreMures were dancing: 'prayer was given by Mrs. John Jacksonville were weekend visitors -
ia and band music; alie ,son. The leader Mrs. Eddie Allen here.

up of handiwork of had all members take a Miss Marguerite Wainwright

jrrs: and the sale of an part of the program. After the Miss Linda Carter and Jack Nelson

I decorated cake to Dr. business period. Mrs. Simmons,' all of Jacksonville were visiting Here's PROOF

'gave reports on (the meeting at I in Lawtey Sunday. netted from this en- Winter Haven. Thirteen members Miss Mary Julia Futch spent 'ublutln
air will J>e used to meet were present Including Mrs.I several days last week In Miami I ll mt !:! n.i'tl .

[om charitable projects. Dora Munson who joined the visiting.The I a

jhes and cookies wereh circle at this time. The hostess -'I tent meeting. conducted by 11 ,.... sAk"M. 11Wo.. '
| soft drinks to the served sandwiches crackers the Rev. V. E. Jones of the Starke I X1.1 e- a1S :

ler of people attending. and Easter candy with punch. i Church of Christ has entered Its .b1'U8r'7 119 O -

{kend Mr. and Mrs. J. Client Speaker Here ..' "t"aYfJ&,. :

had as their visitors W. P. Durden was the speakerat r.n I e e a iU
llrs. R. A. Wells andy FREE \i
the Christian church services "lJ) \
Wells and Joan
and both morning and Sunday For FREE Removalof I
evening Prompt

|Inlhan Vera and of his Jacksonville.daughter in the absence of the pastor, Dead Crippled & Worth- oho' f.PP.r t.."L..haLL".T'LSnen:..::, roanTo, :P', b!'!:! '
the Rev. Fred S. Dodd. or :
Rivers and Mrs. W.d less Cattle Horses Mules rtl a.nrtaSOlla\ 'TQ15a, kids
T'uydt0 r' ::;. with .
1. : ; r
:: .
"l. :;: : "
( her daughter Gwen- Attending the W.M.U. quarterly & Hogs tit ..U4U" Altheultnns \\M"1otna b ij this '
of Auburndale were rally at the First Baptist churchin htaorl.. ..a\l'/ .....bono.,4. calf.red 53 w can q ,

ftday night and Sunday Gainesville last week wel'&j Call 132, Starke moth 0"'."...1"m.an4 r. Youne !lepU bl1oan. trollecnpu.nL11r &11"I 'it ,''I
I of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Mrs. Frank Thomas Mrs. WE ALWAYS COME YCUII Ay081IA11e i ia'P.nLl """ '
1 of Mr. and Mrs. Yapaot. .." a etas"tand ..n -
C. D. ie Mead and Mrs T. E. Simmons. r.r. citieUP n.r.r "'- J
,. :v "alts
Additional Sunday dins Edward Munson is expected to Florida Renderers, TIlERS"001""".. .lain tlt_.xPlan.to?."hO.r.alo P,1.0. po p trDl1 Lnt 1taro. j

of Mr. and Mrs. Sel- return to his home here this week INC. .. .18 ::ount.'lthr.n, \
tr ..".. T P9sr emstVolW a Judt. ..... .
and Mrs. D. ma
L. Shawaw !
...1'b raYat.
from Folknton Ga., where he .ro 18 taro \ foul 'il
of La l.PP nor i.ot. Ch.tr'n! S ...
Crosse ,: to tn.Lo t : all 'or Y, ..1 tn.1' ;

it'saefu red".an6 0tn:t je roorttneeuntY. : :.:,,.ht.o' :/
I ttnS kaorn '
I ""a petst.rfn. roll ar0ur>4. vh.r r .' ,
COM PAREONLY toasts 1n neo ..c\1Y.r. rna t. 11nkno"; ,,,1'10 t0y p th.wt: "otoh-. .
BRANCH 4.111ie..1/: quo>1\\ .d va "h.' 4UhO"/. pee ... GO".
.en'\ be \ ouil/nPat/ .. "0"b.. 1." "anth5P' le "
au" lgru
t. J, L. Strickland tounA ... .\1 : d T 0
I OW. .0. 001u'Jnt. pn41n&
..4"nZJL'! pro}..rear, oP. '
to. pcpa111n
1n@ o.n"roll@1' to
.r..n ...'11 1 u." ha" refs'
fauna MD. sons to
aenlre on4 hoP .
1.1. IO\ .ork. rs u.asttaf
1m p1'Obl. PEPPER
this community were a.a] at .f' ..U." rrttinf t '
hocked and deeply oath t p'r:N QUSnt1Y.Lana.: aL auaptouro: .r
fits t :
;/? .
learn of Dr. W. D.udden THE < REFRIGERATOR t0.canon your lf1 ot a 4:..' M a ooun6 on 12J'J.n
w .
death last Sat- I .ore..won 51a.deal "0 u' t 0
oro eyour
Brlnson had been the STAYS SILENT- LASTS LONGER vcu16 Sr..... Ey I! ..t. a..a area rS ".k. this o PpPtlntD.ttn6.
1" ..
Ing doctor to come to It.l''. r e 1 care t 0 wpport, Jtones
|section and 1 r..lt"O youl-/ PPr o1.4 J
we will aU --- rnatsvaare .
.:.:.:. /0" \
SToatly He wouldall -: --- 1)1141/-0. l.ll'/o '
at any time and do "".....'\..... ;or ..IJA ._ .l I'
>I science could do for ( '
I'. His charges were al- .f..K PII&51 IItIT: 7Yolu.la

ruonableI i f. .1 ::.rn rusb a'w;I'ar D9', Dr.) 1 n&, n. A.l1101'O mmlJn ( Co.) :'.,

I office at Baldwin Dr. f I '
'" ;! //Ii
"b.U '
r .
aj always courteous ... farOevgAT291tm t 1.000
..b.c" 1\.1"110. ,I
'Youna .
slderate of all. He . Iitllr.IS1'.J
,ward in the Methodist . ad .
B'l a true Christian. We >tJtII: II) RADIO 1D . ....... to Vol..h. n '..

| People of Baldwin and I5 : to r.ti. : ::4 1).01'lI.p"bllOU. t.Q 'I.t.
; 1 i. r. :
(tire section will mourn _" 1C ltUAO r to r at t'
1."Urs t.
d f this doctor humannd .',000 fora '. 20 .,

| friend of all. Toe CLAUDE UPPER'S is the one voice that has cons 1 12.,0 per.S/-i.sa 'poo"o. S- ale i.,.
extend our deepest ... the ofF?ffV3fai t 12."> P. 40LETS .
iitentlr and courageously fought .
\ yoi.Aant: "" 5 1Lo oS ;, i p.-_ r---ri.-rr-! ,.,, t .K.
-7 *r fight .. 10
|"y and Marguerite WIt ltthea.d . .. .
. ; .. .. .0
2 .t.rlp.
|it t part of the weekend tOOO . 20 'i
: .
: ,
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; 481&A1'tIItR9 .
Inville visiting relatives it the man the big special) \. lsektartor. ,. 1'0
:, CLAUDE PEPPER one YJTTiff13d 1 .. ;hper .... IoaO .
1.000 : ... : .1. g
fins. know .lntall '
ranch interests want most to defeat, because: they 2 }IIr" r' ,,.4 BW.TKI'r1 I41 church did '
not a be bM done more for the people than any other 2 Mt"lIeD"; : ..pb.r t f.bru. :.. l IlZO, pour. y
i' et'noss Eaf1
S Srtrf.
;, man in the history of this state.. .!ftt. t

.;).... 1 IJ,
i.. ;
5 or
... ,tit
.... 'IN 10"
::zA ha" ,01& La
? ." 1 11161\.1' oat 'I U.000 !
,rt 0"mi\.1fP\ ".k.
,, ;: 1IIII\-rs' ... 1" rill .
WSl 'to., the. .". i ,h. aa 1 '1
of O"f. Ion
JO dl ooun'"
UMAUl 4011or. w.ekHt
11110D doubt the J". ;
L1t.\1.,1.1& '
111 t ,0111I '' .:
NO MOTOR TO WEAR! Vo1.udo co. tp hdln6 Dsmp! ."".tt o"'idO&0'" \ .1:: ':

HUCIMinci NO MACHINERY TO GROW HOIST! THE T.PD ". Li.V. onA cork ...r.. "II 'r. 1)0..cro"L. .nil- r-
cuicf .wTitni \ DEFEAT .red 11"" ,.rt. \\.n
Different from all others you'll Wtttb ; lnvolu.U Cou"/ bltenn for
.. rsune
ACEMENTUP "t thiS find the new 1950 Gas Refrig- 3 ,500 to J* \II. ra.tl otter' work La 0'". "
frO' DOLLAROPPONENT .. "A r.1. ..puntS fQ'
tJ" era tor is your biggest refrigerator MILLION t0t'odylerld 0 1&1101' o..h""
., value. For Servel alone has par U. Lgtng t.O b1ll,0\1. an' :? y

sls 10 ihG,;$! 8 freezing system without a single "" //ItII8"'rs Group rptl." ,nab P romtnsnt"an'' ?81'10. .1oG uon.
to wear unto
moving part. oral oth t three, eta sad r.-.1.c"
the .
or cause noise. So Servel alone 1. one 01 S.I8"o1'.ppe'' l' '
::.'.swlalrY. r N S. stays silent, lasts longer. ten trot ;I. lI.r.o"- fI..a MID 1n t.t.

check your Fire II .-. .vw..0....... We have new 1950 Servel.. now in the Ytt yp /ou.t'a .r. coUII"tAtill' oo your cr."l'/

wee before it's ..N. wMI on display Before you choose: &uet T.rt 1" 01>10.
_."r .... refrigerator. stop in and seeM
any 1Z
ite a wr' them. "t..r.. .


rlcy E. Johns



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!>i d MAYPORT AGED Pulp mill opportunities in Marshall lan I CHARLES E.

BENEFITS VETERANSLake City Establishment of fisheries research

S New Veteran'sfor in Gulf of Mexico:
94' 1 Post Office & Armory at Gainesville and tunFernandina
New Jacksonville Improvement of cotton peanut ? I
Harbor Development oil legUIatlon
& Horseshoe Cove -

District with Dignity and Prestige BENNETTli

Who serves our I I
.all..l dv..ld f.P of .....__.. ..karl- *! 11_.." li

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APR 21 1950 FRIDAY

Thomas-Outlaw McLeod-Kruse B & PW Club Selects I Miss Doris O'NeilHonoree

Convention DelegatesDuring At Party ATTENTION
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McLeod of
I- Wilmington, N C. announce the the April meeting of Mrs. Doris Stewart entertainedat
'ngagement and approaching the Starke Business and Profes- her home near Starke Thursday
marriage of their daughter, San- 'sional Woman's Club' Monday evening, April 13, honoring
dra Helena, to Albert George evening, delegate) were selected Miss Doris O'Neil, whose .wed Us Write Your
Kruse of Starke, son of Mr. and to attend the state conventionat ding will be an event of today
Mrs O C. Kruse of. Miami. Daytona Beach in May. Del- (Friday) in the Bethel Baptist :
Residence June Caldwell Office The marriage will be an event la Rosenberg and Marlon Howe Church HAIL INSURANCE
Ph. State Farm 43 Editor Phone 2ft of early;' summer In Washington, will serve with alternates Madge Appropriate games were enjoyed -

.. ------------- -. D C.MII<8 McLeod, a doctor of history Midi)let on and Anna Torode James.will PresIdent also- during the evening, after I NOW Before You Need It
Pauline which delicious cake and punch
Is a native of North Carol- I
Young Matron Circle Memorial Day ina, and is presently assistant attend were served by the hostess.
j Meets At Kingsley Wednesday, April 2e, Is south. ', -1 professor of history at North Mildred Sapp gave a held report Sun-on Those enjoying this affair' with I Every Branch of
ern memorial day, and a program Carolina State College for Womenat the district meeting Mrs. Stewart and Miss O'Neil wereMrs
The Young Matron's Circle of has been arranged by the W. T Greenaboro She receivedher day In Jacksonville and spoke of Arthur Stewart, Mrs. Bud I INSURANCEH.
the First Presbyterian church met Weeks' Chapter of the United bachelor's degree from the the points stressed by the principal
Dowling and .speaker, Harold Colee, ex- Green, Mrs Johnny Stewart, Mrs. .
I At the home of Mrs Billy Daughters of the Confederacy,. University of North Carolina --- -- --- ---- --- --
nt Kingsley Lake Thursday evenIng It will be held In the Starke srhool i her master's degree following ecutive vice president of the Maggie Stewart, Mrs. Emma
April 13 at 7:30: o'clock. auditorium beginning at 10.30: a, studies In Europe. Her doctorate Florida State Chamber of Commerce Grover, Mrs. Gladys Allen, )Ira.
Mrs. Charles Shepherd had m. Special music will.be furnished was conferred last summer by who especially urged allwomen R. E. Jones, Misses Irene and : C. WALL :AGENCYPLEASE
charge of the program, after by the nigh school band and the University of North Carolina. to vote In the coming e- .
r Lorene Lee, Mrs. R. L. Lee and
short business meeting: retired Marine lections.(
which a glee club and the speaker will Mr. Kruse a i PHONE 146
was held. The minutes were read Corps officer Is at present a seniorat The Starke club: will\ entertainthe Mrs Herman Lee. I
be R. A. Green. All children
and Mrs, B. T. Thomas of
treasurer's report given. Mr Oct. 8th and
and the the University of Florida In i district here on -
Plans were made to meet In the and adults ere asked to bring flow- thin city announce the engage- Gainesville He attended Bradford the July meeting will be held In I You'll never buy It for Ices I Constant Service Over 50 Years _
Sunday school rooms and spend era to put on soldiers' graves. j ment of their daughter, Alma, to High School prior to hla entrance FernandIna. The poverty apron Everything' Iprice. llarley ",
cleaning" on Thurs- Lavern H. Outlaw, son of Mr. and Marine Howe circulatedas JeweJerm.. I
a day "spring Into the Corps during. which Marlon Strong -
27.Following Notice'The Mrs. B. S, Outlaw of Starke. for the
day April W.T.C.U. World War II. a fund raising project
Plans for the wedding will. be -
the business meetingthe cljib was opened.' May 22nd -
group cut and folded gauze Laura Scott chapter of the announced at a later date. DeShaGillandMrs hostesses will be Janie Avery, Elizabeth -
!squares to be used In an overseas W. C. T. U. will meet Friday, Andrews and Thelma A&P'S Values Every Day Make
hospital. April 28, at 3 o'clock with Mrs Business Women'sCircle Bettee Van Sickle DeSha Dinkins and the meeting will be 8)f
At the close of the meeting I' Mabel Mersereau aa hostess at Met of Gainesville, announces the en- held at the home of Mrs. Avery.
delicious refreshments were served' the home of her son-in-law and TuesdayThe gagement and approaching mar- Hostesses Pauline Torode and ,
(by the hostess to the twelve I' daughter Mr. and Mrs Harold Baptist Business Woman's riage of her daughter, Colleen, to Mildred Sapp served delicious coffee a Difference in Your
members Glasgow, East 8th StreetAI''I, members 8ft
present. on circle met Tuesday evening at Jack P. Gilland, son of Mrs. and sandwiches to
1:30: o'clock In the educational Maude Gilland of Alabama, and present following the meeting :

__ _.... ....-......._// //_........._ ___/" ,'/,/, building with Mrs: R. B. Alvarez, the late James P. Gilland Food Bill
circle chairman, presiding.The The wedding will be solemnized CARD OF THANKS Total !
YWA had charge of the on Sunday afternoon, April 23, We wish to extend our thanks ... ..
program and the subject was at 4 o'clock In the First Baptist and appreciation to all who were s .hrrr'n. m..Mir.. 'dl".r..... .tvttvera thr apXorv ,.,
I Church In Waldo.Frlt'nds so kind and thoughtful of us dur- .1..1.1. you set hr nhopplaa.. Irom.lon,
"The Call of the Southern Baptist to and tar dally tula Ton ert 1/
Home Mission Fields Directedby of the couple are Invited ing .the recent Illness and death I ( .aopplna. reu.lary .t'Your Shrilly "AP.,/
the leader, Mrs E. D. Tenly, to attend the wedding and, of our loved one, A. B. Surrency t ya la I.all Narkrl..,...r ,..Want.01. .t to A.P see 110.for.IU.r..r I..' .n. any Iq
.. the girls enacted a "radio* drama- following the wedding, a recep- We alao appreciate the lovely 1 y 'rhea eomplre your total kill with nln ."
Just arrived! I tization of needs of people of the tion in the bride's home at 233 flowers and cards of sympathy. J J p I r : here..rl...been last 10..1.will. ......I..r."u'U your eye. end art prove a..,:
Mechanic Street, Gainesville. The A. B. Surrency family. that AAP ..... .. .. it
um Home_ Mission _ITIeMfi.__,___ The girls East yom .. .t form t 1+n I r u 4rri
TormtalMt ** .lv the people tlie ...... ..
participating were Manez Dodd, I food r..a ran for their .....*,..**
Dolores McKnight, Edna Coleman -
Sue Biggs, Clara Thomas!, OUR OWN BLEND
-ira Julia Lawson and Mildred Pra- BY WESTINGHOUSE JANE' PARKER CRISP.
TEA BAGS'48for37c f

ther.After the program delicious refreshments El Rancho Full-Sized Electric Range $159.95 POTATOCHIPS
were served by the JANE PARKER VANILLA
hostess committee, Mrs. R. C. Bu-
ford, chairman. Twenty-eight PECAN ROLL35c
Mfflarwed? I members were present to enjoy v
this meeting.
I WORTIIMORE ASSORTED 4lea.. 23c 2s! (.z. 13c
e i
;Sea Gull Bathing Suits : FRAY BENTOS SUNNVFIELD Crisp
Before You Buy!

ThegreafflEWNo'Nox ,4(1,:, .:.t-:,,'JI -U.1\11111:1 133 \ Pineapple, No. 2'/i' can--33::
Ij,; eIn.tIrLW Dull
.... !IIFI.. ".11.. I A&P: FANCY
'. SauerKraut 2'1' can:: 15c
COLD STREAM: Pink .tla..k.

r 1 Salmon, No. 2 Can 37c

Irk I
) DAILY Two Diets
u S DOG-FOOD 3 for 25c

Get Gulf's greatest gasoline- ,
"SUPER-RIGHT" Fancy Sugar Cured

specially designed for today's SLICED BACON, lb. 49c"SUPERRIGHT"

powerful new engines!
End Cut Pork Loin

'>1 1yd ; Roast Chops lb. 45c"SUPERRIGHT"
h's great for NEW CARS or 111

and great for OLDER CARS \ 1 1 1
d t.
Well Trimmed Center Cut Beef

,-''' d Flamlajco.. C. H. Driggers Furniture Company CHUCK ROAST lb. 59c ANN PAGE PORK &
(Good Gulf-oar".....1.,"gasoline-it better then ever,tool!) y--' Whlti*tarln. The Aqua.t.rrra.Hlark ,

ADOLPH GAY SERVICE STATION altKar,IU Gold<. KM Brisket or Rib Stew, Ib.-!'-*"'. 29c BEANS

TEMPLE & LAKE ST. SERVICE STA. Use Our Lay-away Plan
2 for 19cANN
Fresh Ground Beef lb. 55c

Gr. A D & Fryers lb. -SSc PAGE Rich

DEWEY WARREN )1.- HERMANS Orange Band Skinless DRESSING, qt. 39c

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Doyle E. Conner - 18c


OUR Your* State RepresentativeYoung PICNICS, lb. - 37c GRAPE JAM, qt. 39c




The PIK-NIK For This Weekend WINESAP APPLES, 2 lb. 27- SPAGHETTI

/ 0,; Capable

KEEPS FOOD HOT or COLD! SOUTHERNCHICKEN. fr k'. ORANGES, 5 lb. bag 29c 2 for 25c


Insulated!' with Fibreglass CELERY 46's, 2 for13c DUZ LarfPk 25c


Dependable [Energetic Bouquet R.... Bar 23c
3 for
Served with green Salad LETTUCE 60's, 2 for- 27c -


$55.0 C FRESH R<>".. Bar 1c


: 7c

Prescription Service that merits your -
confidence, call on us to fill your + A sound educational program FRESH

I-' next prescription. dispense quality drugsat i* TOMA TOEr"ctn.23c FOR INSTANT! SUDS
f Adequate assistance for the aged JOY 8-0. Bottle 27c
minimum prices.
i' ,,
;J More and better farm to market roads
Telephone 6-f" for service any hour of the day 4) TALCOSCRATCH

or night.CARPENTER'S. O A tourist program which will benefit Bradford FEED

County 25 lb. 1,03k.; .

jfaung Mao Who I* Already Knotvn In Tallahassee TALCO FINE

The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled CHICK FEED r -- --r WJ itt W"1

raid Political Adv) 25 lb. 1.05 300 E. Call St. Starke Florida
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21. 145

JACUZZI A MYERS guest Mrs. Mrs R. F.J Demorrst and her Francis Cone of Live Oak visited Pat McGriff and R. Q. White,, Mr and Mrs. L.. O. Hazttn spent I Frank Mitchell or Oakland Calif.j Mrs J. M. Mitchell and '

Apopka, were luncheon C. Robinson ol friends In Starke and Pine Jr., spent last weekend In St. Monday In Jacksonville and Pal- j,was the truest this week of his]I cousin Miss Lucile Mitchell. II'II'aunt.
of Mrs. Sunday. Augustine visiting Col. and Mrs,, aUta on business.Complete' I
C. C. Mendoza in JatkHitnvllle Miss Louise Cone of Live Oakspent R. G. White Sr. .
meet t Friday. several days this week' here John D. Anderson of Daytona, Camera pnotoprstulilf A lift ser Shop loe.Hollywood I
Well & Mrs K. O Duncan
Pump Co. accompanied visiting Mrs. K. Colson.
done Jacksonville by Mrs Thomas, M Palmer of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas had Beach visiting spent his parents last weekend Mr. and Mra hr e I New. liK'tttUm: Oppoxlce .'11&. Tlio- s You Can'tBuild
Is al.
attending the
state as their guests Saturday their A. W. Anderson Sr.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. convention of the Alpha Delta PI son and daughter-in-law Mr. and

STARKE & VICINITYPIPE Mrs.sorority Duncan In Orlando.and Mrs.While Palmer there Mrs H. C. Douglas of Brooker. dinner Miss Virginia guest of Engram Mr and was Mrs the, l iffJ Hospitals
ERVING areguests R. F. Epperson and his son. Charles tf6ROW
of Jacksonville
of Dr. Snyder
and Mrs. H B. Len- Ray Epperson of St. Petersburg, i:
PUMPS don Thursday evening of last week
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A
& 'I1IKEADED SERVICED Miss Odessa Thomas a student Anderson and Mra. W. J. Epper Donald Ray Tllley of the Naval With IFSI

[nurse at Alachua County Hospital son ST., Sunday. Air Station. Jnokionvllle, arrived El

Gainesville, apent last week. Miss Mamie Smith of Gainer Monday for a 21-dny leave herewith

end here visiting her mother Mrs. vile spent the weekend here visitIng his mother Mrs. Peggy Til I

WILBUR Mary Thomas. Mr. and Mrs J. L. Andersonand Jey. DUSTER IN. a perfect e'!ani|>l., of how .1..lM'r"t.. your 'O"llI'"R'
KINGTo I Friends will be Interested Fire Bale t'onIlRl"rr.thlng
URN to
fdmlly. man hm Ix-ctmii' I In hN attempt to make you believe he has really -
know that Mr. and Mrs. l, price. F. .
A. H. Miss Mary Frances Hazen of Harley Strong.Jeweler I acrompllnhril. MoiiM-thlnic for the DlmtrU-l, I know you have
The Harley Ill are now .
residing In
Brooker"spent several
days here C'harlm Bennett many tlmraduring
the Beard NOW heard thin al'm"IIt from lion.
Apartments at Grand lastweek ON DISPLAYAT
visiting Marsha
Florida Railroad and Washington Streets. Kay Hazen. ., thin raintulrn| | .

and Public G. J McOrlff and I* R. Dean( George Powell left Friday of OUR STOREAsk : "I HAVE; HEENSWCESSFUMN SECIUIINr. A NEW

a + spent several days this week In last, week for Fort Myers to accept VETERANS HOSPITAL FOR LAKE CITY:"

;' Utilities CommissionHe Atlanta Ga., at a General Motors employment with the sanitary IpbJa! ILC For A Demonstration I But let'M. hi-rk the ........"1. See what the Veteran Admin-

meeting department there ,FL': IM ration Mild l<> the Florida Delegation. Hi-re are the factetVITtpAN : ,
is working/ improves Dr and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. I_ STARK ,

attended the homecoming at the Hazen last Friday were Mrs. O j

0 Railroad Service Methodist church In :ilortense, Hazen'o mother Mrs. Lily Cone .'rl. A Sat.' Apr. 21 & 22 AOMINITRATIONnanmn.ron, "
Ga., $
Sunday. and Miss Annette Green of Brook
O Telephone Service Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and ALSO I G i) .D.c-

:Mrs. W. E Middleton spent last er.Mr.. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen spent White Zombie iwd 20, 19JOo

O Bus Service weekend: In Orlando attending the Wednesday In Jacksonville visiting 5'DDT; DUST --
Eastern Star convention there. -..----.ne
111th Ili-IU mlN
O Telegraph Service Gueata of Dr and Mrs W E Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. .. I.ug< Available r>M. BMnr rrte
\ sews A Cartoon
Middleton last weekend were Mr Tyus last weekend were Mr. and rrtc. C rt..rl
O Trucking Service Cora Yoder 110 .B*.hM rulldtaJ.d.o.vllle *
of Van Wyck S. C., .Mrs. Harris Tyus and Mr. and g, Tlo.'U
Sun., : .
Mon., Tees' Apr. 23.2%
and Mrs. Myrtle Lee Dobson of Mrs. Glenn Branning, and daughter -I I I-arice Onlern On 24 Hour\ Notice
PUT KING BACKHe Lancaster S,. C.
Glenda Lou all of Chatta- i i
has HONESTLY AND EfFICIENTLY Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas hoochee. ONCE MORE ear Mr. ,..t.., l'

regulated these servo ppent last weekend In Greenville I'nheartl of bargain. >,'t prlre. 'loa Ma.n......'.. .f release. utmlt >.. t.f.rr.4 le w tor i...,17 pans
South Carolina visiting their Harley F. Jetaelere.Fri. 0 10"'" .t tarot ft. 1 OO. ........,.. an Mmnwe M at tkat ri uw 9.en.na'
ices for you.A daughter Alma who Is a studentat Strong MY DARLING A.I........goqual will M i hUt la IP*. Ollr. norli.. av.I re.
Bob Jones College there. ,....u...[ Ufonalloa a. t* AM thle slit 4U t* .,.,...

Man Experienced Efficient Mr. and Mra. Maurice ,,,. She dart/. a.l4aIi.e I
Business Franco Oa rttruti to, tteoh M.taldraur ale
and communication Roht. Montgomery Ann Blyth ... ..... tar. tee UIe noaal 1lq611 -.
transportation and son, Chuck of Jacksonville Farm Home & Seat pl Se a.aaee 1. .11. r.
'i is Aim: & Sat. .r a easel. u a nIIR"I1U. UIe 55114fat.
Better Tin "Till IS America far- a ".atftIn1 a Hey
for all Florida. were of Mr. ,
guests and Mrs. Herbert at Loll. CIV. weld.. w al pranan. t. bad sandltlan. wtakan5 tan.
..... ... .... 15949 Se. ate anS plan .. -.,...,
.WILBUR C. KING MAY 2 Hogan Wednesday. loon d Late orE FOR ; SPECIALMEN'S .... 'l..oaa1 5.4. bepd't1.an ,
a aow ,"0.11. Il.rldn er a .andeuel
and Mrs S. V Andrews, spent Sun Auto Supply fold ... Sow .........h...
He will eppreclaU your vote support. day in Alachua where she was 'r.I.. Thum., Apr. 26 Si 27 I
fold rclltical Adveli..m.nlLASSIFIED th... truest of honor You tales./ !. ,H,. t-. Cltj- .."'lna U epprnlaled eau pan ws k
at a biTthday .. ..
.. 5. e4 atIs.
LADIES'CHILDREN'S HTAKKE. FLORIDA ..awed 1ha1 apes r.o.lp ml IMiK "' ptoll .Jo '
dinner given at the $ U ear -
home of her called "tntlanble .aneleS.awlta IM *tkw !lane
son-in-law and daughter Mr and .'.......a F"-

Mrs. Bryon Lynn. Among the LeatherHALF t.q tmlp pant..
/guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. J.

Andrews of Morriston.Mr .

and Mrs. Herbert Hogan SOLES Starring InftrM Bergman rMeld .
Hugh .. Malalo.r f.
singet 1 Sewing MachlneaT.rma IIADIOS IIKPIIHKDI were guests of Mr and Mrs. II AMCoyote > Gn.weuan.. IlUpnll a a.4 a.1.te
are available In All Make. '_ All ......1.. Morris Goldblat of Jacksonville B.Crosby r
.tion rnily. through Sl ln( rMucklni -
Reasonable rkarge.. ..a..n..d.CII" .
("D. 40 N. Mar- last weekend. ,
Lake City P'.. Phone ". c. IIIIF.PIIEIiD Smart I Canyon' NOW 1. IF the V"U'I'&UIIh..I.rall..n, tan rt the Bureauran
I, or vl.lt our chop. Our Court ant M.dl cm. "..r".. .P". Ialll Friends of George Cone of Pine Shoppe ,- ..' ItoHpltal. n-habllltaled IH'T WILL NOT OET
8 TVI.ar .will TUIt Level will be glad to hear that he With TrUllllamn C4ennnlttee of the IT.S. House"
me, upon rc<|je t. It Shoe 2. IV the AppmprlMlnn
SELL YOUR TIMBEIl Is improving rapidly In the Palat- .
lhi Bureau' rerommenilatlon. -
Pin I-MK'nt New" of Kepreiientathmt approves i
1.E Km K'"t Bond Mod. J-rm heat- NOW ka Hospital. at Walnut St.. Stark .
range space t
e.yard| Aln1t..r .enupleadminkeldleft.hand E. of Highest Cash Prices Paid Guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. 8. IP3IH: ineinlier of the IT.m. |li'>nn... ..f ReprmentalUtitth

re. at Herlong last weekend were Mr. majority) the biU.|) .
( approve|
brlditf Slr. C C. Wynn WILL BUY IN BULK aid Mrs. F. R. Strickland of .
.. of
the Iliireau
4. IK the Senate Connnlltt approve'
OR IN UNIT Ituilfct'it. mrwutinenilat. i .
1. mow. Graduation .
>r power C.lft 'i prier.Ilarley
I Kip:P -r Auto Supply! .... Jeweler 5. II1' 10 U.K. Mtnatont (the majority) approve the hill. .
6. IK tli. ronfrree* of the tloiiw and Semite ran /get titKethrr -

ji B ildlTiir lots John W. TurnerP. 6.___________ i iI on ll>.. amount of money.they think necessary
ule of now Blanclinsr hi- O. Box 463 I
r <'all St., bridge IT'S SMART to repair| I bulMlnKH In I the. Lake; illyeteran' *
t. 1 '. .r H O 15000 6-roonl cash! Gainesville, Fla. I. EFFICIENT Its a g hospital| Ihat are In 'haul ronilltloiu. .

it yard Rood lawn PLANNING... i Ey 7. IK the HoiiHff ulll al'| n.*<> the ronfi-renpe. report on
"a W iKI" near UlHndlngn Send me a post card .and I ,f -
Wynn 1H, nil.i will This funeral home Is (dedicated to reliable the 1 Mil.> .
come see you:
nk> left hand: To Call Tony Stevens For K. IK the Senates ulll approves the cunfrrenrei report on
> 10< ridge! tfi
np| > '
RRGAIVC I" 18En IttDIOft, Your service. There are no bound. the hill. .

_ i WANTF.P Zan( fHrm-him In Bradford nerenBlt Il,'I>10-Pll \0
It t m, ilftmlnn. Aplceil, POIITAni.lC C. SHEPHERD ?'B >nt iln. <'lcli. >H to sign the hill. ,
Il'IVP t Well known ready to .
tr,' Fit. partlrularRrlfth Court ft: Madison 8t... Stai'kMwtelH. Banquet TIIK.N: 10. Lake City Mill get. some of the ItiillillnK.! ,In the Vetof -

'ilihl'','' ., Tnn r vpt FAD-J70-4lp 4-J8 (....... Har. Fwuntai And Birthday I the lliHltret ti. Ini'liiiln the) fund.ln the bmlRot.: .

upplie'... &: equipment barge HIleC'tlnn PICTURESSTEVENS A MINOI.K J NEW IIU1I.I>INO NOR OKT: ONE:/ Al)-
T. drprim hones. White.h'.rl.e Low prlrH. Qifk; aervlce C.. JONES ""
modern in IMTIOJSM. ItRDt
everyeal.A Phone 7911 8..I.H.r uppll.". Day- PHOTO ):
| 24 ml N. on Ja.
Pond Peach 64" Uallough Rd tf
\ ipm| ii. Church. New Phone 7 Starke, Fla. ,
I think you will agree Mr. and Mrs." Voter that the
Fill dirt. peat. knmaii, oyster .hrll.laadNrapliiK | facia do not coincide with what your Congressman

If.tor>4 in Eant,h C rn I. Auto doll Sup-PIP Ovid LewlH, drlv care Sweet war puvl.g.Shop, Where every roll I" epertly| Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur B01RDMEMBER claim The very fact that he must resort to such misleading -

It Court St. Stark tfp2lM| Developed Printed uf Enlarged local funeral home enables n* to offer conveniences and claims in an effort to get votes In proof of his

I 5 N w 1950 beautiful NOTICE days after date the services not otherwise available. di'Hperation desperation born from lack of accomp
"frlircrator rr..sar und.ralll"ned'will dlnpoHe of all LOCATED AT DAHMER'Sj I
$219 10 .1160 new Phllco peraonal effecta of Alien H .4 lishment.
Hi*HI :New. Speed QueenMarhlnr Schmidt which were 'left with GIFT SHOP-110 Call St.| For District Three (New River Emory; Price is a former Congressman who can
,< ((1950) sn 86 undersigned Dated thl.
the -
dimn: t 1950 Phllco Radio, Mar. ai. 1160. (Signed) A. Hart. ----- We furnish the highest' type service at lowest prices and and llr.vke.r) point with modest pride, to a real record of accomplishment

omliinatliin aiMnmatloallv.' playing, Ii" 1496.all mann. 4t4-21 ------ accept ANY- life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT 0 -Mix years of honest. constructive services to

Meililnn.' HM giving more FOR SALE: Small run-about boat company as payment In part or In full on a funeral. the Second ConKreHriional District.LET'S .
r -liwif and a better 12tt trailer, 497 h p. Evlnruda outboard I HE 13 QUAI.IFnll-ha8;
Jr'. 11111(5 2-lnoh well : motor All for $160 each ANNOUNCEMENTEntate Consultation carries no obllgauon.KOCh'S .
rt > Int U :5. m-lnch See Shorty at Smith'. Garav lip held this important post RETURN

P.. .,.\ ft ilv,joint. ,,I4<< !>I 5.30.r. H A Life Inn. Coo now wrlteelluapital for the past four years, and
ItTHr (n!EVERL, 8UP- FOR SALE: One l -foot Penyan Auto car "'..lld.'" covering all I Is now chairman.
.12! E "Fall 8t. Ph. 198. top boat 171.50. Eaatern
Supply It ,IrknefM/ and dNeaMen known .0 EMORY PRICETO

.....I..nc.anti type accidental -
medical every DRUGSWe [
.R A >-ft FrlKldalra elee'ri.rtor MOVING *: HAULINO of any kind RATE He Will Appreciate Your
now motor. $85 See Billy Javkoon, Jarkmin Trannfr Injury-otl excrptlons.t'ot' Vote And Active Support
AUIt: tf
It Co.. Ph. lei or 49-W. too, may be able to ret ,iPald Political A"vartl..m..ntl CONGRESS

1.1'': 40 acre farm with S FOR FREE TKLEV1SION: IN: >ol'H of IheHe polU'le*. Inquire to- UndersoldFriday ,
hot one Are Never
"e barn, henhouae, HOME: PHONE 239' Than c. .
"aaa., 'iraniteH" gua va. Shepherd Hail Ion,. Heat Cuverx day. *
1111.'' E"tlmaed* ftJ tf
10,000 T. V. Starke
12000 +i-anh. .Ir.. J. W.H 0 & Saturday Only
r._Bt I I. bo,. 5-A.. Uplrm FOR KALE at eacrlflc prlc-e. AImoat I and SAVE!
T new kitchen cabinet, 2 (Quantities 'Limited On Some Items) Shop at DENMARK'S
I hnuxe, furn. If de- wardrobes, and other articles of Paul Raymond, Agent I ,
Ilng.y 4 310
""rt. Klnarilov' turnlture I>r 'C. W. Jone j
Madison St., Starke. UP Starke 3c .
UpOoncl Welt Box 95 I POCKET COMB, each -
'" .. .. _
home for two Volt KENT: 4-rm house furnl h tl vSS Metal Chairsf9S! '
1 u'1"tmoreland.: ""PP'''". Blake Up I 301 Elect S. Ire Water.box gas move. Apply 1\p I : GE LIGHT BULBS, each -13c : : ;

I I Ni'lrrtloii of trw, Pillow or Red mljjf

$2 POCKET KNIFE, Sale Price $1 Here's Fresh. New Beauty For Your, Patio Porch Lawn or Terrace ,

I o. The Kind of (;ay, Casual: Furniture That Invites! Comfort Yea

Some At I $1.50 HAIR BRUSH, Sale Price 79c And Assures! !' Hospitality. Visit UM This Week.

I 98c''I We Have A Large Stock Of Metal Furniture i iJ


$1.39 NYLONS, 51 Guage, Now 98c 4x p FIBRE RUG ATDenmark's

3pc. PEN & PENCILS SET 98c For Porche. Sun Itoomt, And Smart"
Lake Places.
: -$3.50 Value-One Per Customer I > yOU CANMOW
a t nS .VV n"lClilar I'rlif. 111100.1 g9'

'tom OCarburetor COMPACT SETS - 2.98 7"
4- -Usually $7.50-One Per Customer- I -

Overhaul $14.95 PUNCH BOWL with CUPS 8.95 The Fanfcmi Herta Mfg. c.... I'renent lit Wonderful

(PARTS NOT INCLl'DEU) FLASH LIGHTS, Complete, From '79c' "Home ComSort"Itinerspring

METAL WATCH BANDS, From 29c Mattress

'rake Adjustments' TALC Evening. In&Paris COLOGNE$1 Summer Symphony Now; On Ditpl.ty! At Denmark's We Will Ar"i

Nationally Advertised Drugs Now On Sale lt hue r They last $2 9asp range Fit TermsTo YourBudget.

75c HADACOL, $1.25 Size, Sale Price 1.19 The I'rlce It Only 4 Visit

U..ral1."an.. .... For Your Old MatlreM.E4iial Our Store Today -

ZONITE, Sale Price SicK To Most S39.Mf.: ."...._... !

[ rode Chevrolet CompanyPHONE K 0 C H DRUG STORE Denmark Furniture Co. ti\

111 STARKE, FLA. Prescription Specialists PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA. !Ii

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I beginning thence run westerly atright quired by law *
Florida to-wlt: ntherwi
ford County
Is her Orlando attended church here IV rmrtiT cornT. BRADFORD hove. named named Court plaintiff and cause against by I BEV4 of /HWi/4: of Sen. 21, Twp angles to State Road for 105. K"SS.ef the Bill of
above Comptelnlt'
COI VTY, VLOHIUAl I!* CHAN: the :\.otR ; ... thence northerly and parallelto '
Mrs. J. Beezer returned Tuesday Sunday and were guests of Mr. and t:'R YAvi. Plaintiff vCharle corporation Bradford Plastics National Inc..Plastic a Florida Display ZOO except. 22 K.lot, went 100 feet of State square Road Innortheaat said Stats: Road 63Mi feet to south Hntdford (' :..nnfTr: ::I "I hi
AKE GENEVA Mrs. Robert Myrick. Shelton. Mann l>efendan *. Inc, a Florida I corporation, corner. and except. the line of a street thence easterlyalong weekly i thl* order In It '. 'I .
to her home in Punxaawtawny, Oliver. Mann. Lawrence: It. Howard and wife I Ool- Ian1 released. to A. D. Martin andOnlda said street line. 110 feet to I Issues. ti;,
visit Owen McRae, now teaching Caee No. 7929.OnnEIt I his wife and to Sharon said State Road, thence aontherlvalong WITNESS ,
By Blanche CnnnlnRham Pa., following an extended OF PI'JlLJ"ATIONAIf dle M. Howard T. Frank andrum Martin State Road 83U feet. to my hand j ,,
Redesse said
brother school in Jacksonville, spent the TO APPEAR and wife Carleen Landrum Stephen Hall, hx Partial and Dle- with of Bald Court at Miar': 4
here with her H. Lucas. : NOTrCE point of beginning. ; together thItth/
day of
Mrs. R. Rider of Pensacola weekend here with his family. STATE OF, FLORIDA. to: Charles Simmons R. Simmons' and and Edwin wife C.Ruth Touialln Irene ::'Jmr."o dtdI.f:: :: bifool'': f.\9 atPage the tenement and appurtenancesthereto March A oIM
Mr and Mra. Charles Forsythe .ddrreeMann HartfordnvDrive, fllaJys. :Tousalln, his wife, 107-11 thereof of the public appertaining
*70 and hereby AaTh I"I..rk ti
several with her And and each of you are
here ""I
spent days record of said Countyt Also from you
nd two children have Nanhvllle, Penneee.e.You defendant, for foreclosure of a certain I to appear In said Court OFFICIAL an
ofxulil required SF"
i e re after spending several parents Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wag- are required to appear on. mortgage held by plaintiff. a. the. Intersection Sec II with of went eolith line of line State and cause on May 1, ICBU, and to. :E/'y Haven Crosby, 1>. .'

ntha in ConnelUville, Pa. ner, returning: to her home. Sun- NEW RIVERBy May lib.and 10BO cause, In., wherein the above plalntlfHeek nam..dC"urt a. first and prior Hen against the( Road too run northerly along aaldatate of, serve* on your plaintiff anwer or attorney other a pleading re- Att Hollis. for V. Pit.Knight Stark lir fM
divorce and reiteration of following property situate In Brad. Road I9feet, to a point .
Sgt. and Mr*. Hugh Sullivan Bradford County:
Mr. E. A. Sapp maiden name
nd family of Tampa and Mr. Telegraph publish: I: this Order
-- u".h .
day.PINE r In next ) weekly l* uenWltnaia
able Sullivan of Starke were; Brother Wilbur Scott of Starke my hand and official seal
ialtora of Mrs. Sue Myrick Mon- LEVEL filled the pulpit of Long Bridge at Htarke., Florida. this April 6th -

Jilay. Sunday her guests Included I Christian church Monday in the (1950.OFFICIAL SEAL A. :J. Thomas,
her ions and daughters-in-law, Ity Mr. II. M. McRae II absence of Rev. Fred Dodd, whose A* Clerk of said Court.

lr. and Mra. Bishop Myrick of I I mother is HI In St. Petersburg T.By Frank Haven I.andrum Crosby D St.rke.C. Fla. _
alneavllle and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Alma Starling celebratedher We all wish her a speedy recov- Atty fur Plf. 4., 4t 4-28 -

Myrick and daughter Kathyf birthday anniversary Sundayby "o'ru'K, OK Htl.R f N y ? i

Pine Level. having as her guests her: ery.Mr.. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and Notice IH. hereby given .that the. -
Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Hamm children and grandchildren I IMI' family of Jacksonville were overnight old at two the story Corner brick..f Pratt building and Broadway .
and daughter Charlene left last and Mrs. Robert Myrickand guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Street for Male In to Htarke the hlghent will. be and offered L

Friday for a vacation trip to New daughter, Kathy, were guests Merritt Thursday night of last beet. bidder on Monday blew 1, A. l>.
nrork.The. of his mother Mrs. week. They attended the funeral lent) at 10:00: o'clock A. M.
Sue Myrick,(I Condition of the ale will requln
many friends', of the P. D. In Lake Geneva Sunday. services for Mr Carroll's father, a each offer and a guarantee that

Patklns family of Putman Hall Mra. Viola Chesshlre was calledto David Carroll, In Lake- City Fri. the building lie completely. Including removed foundationwill trom : :

vlll sympathize with them in the Tampa Sunday due to the 111. day. the present cite before Jun. fi, A. D

jtleath of Mrs. Watkins Monday ness of her grandson Charles Roy Padgett of Racepond, Ga., 1950 Hide may be left at the officeof
Ight in a Palatka nursing home. Fuentest.Mr. was visiting his uncle, Ira Merritt, the Clerk of the Circuit Court In ..
the County Court Houne In' Htarkeor : .._,
ayne Walking of Lake Geneva and Mrs Lavon Alvarez oloitel Monday and Tuesday. they may he nreeented to the ... U'
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banks madea Hoard of County Comml j Uiners Inperson. t

business trip to Palatka Tues- "
The right to reject any and al
day. bid la I hereby reHerved.Authorlfd Styledne De lime 4-Door 5d.
1 Ml I' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wigginswere by the Board of County r
1 I 1 CnmmlHHloner. of Bradford (Cnun
In Gainesville Monday.Mrs. ty Florida thin 3rd day of AprilA.
Stella Andrews of Miami t> lifiO. .
(OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas. Get all these better features
wa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 4-7 4t 4-J8 Clerk
Every farmer (know* there't a what of a difference be.ee. Will Andrews this week.
p r..J-8 the farmer thing at election lime, and iv('111 riRrriT NTV. FLORIDA t-oiRr. BRADFORD IN! CHAN.: NEW STYLE-STAR
Jfit thing for him after the votei have been counted. tKHV. .' BODIES BY FISHER *
Kleonor Heyen Rome Plaintiff vu. and !
.. ..,.,. ye>. make up jr..r ..,*....*.t.'_t'.. !.*.*.. Irving. Morrl Home, Defendant save money too
If'a pad Me* r. shack It. re *rrft HOWARD'SCall Cane ORDER No. 7818 OF PUBLICATION1

Clan* Pepper was.....a ttrm,.b........*r..JBar AND NOTICE TO APPEAR CENTER-POINT STEERING .
I wrtH. tM ....-* .......... STATE: Home OF, FIXJIDA whose 1 residence to: IrvingMorrl anAaddress Make your own comparisons make your taring advantages at the lowest price and

t a-*. ,..>er ..--.. mad fe (M fee tM Ihjral T...- Atlantic City In: .,8R08 New Ventnor.1er.. ..,.. Avenue own tests and you'll find that Chevrolet with such remarkably low cost of operation

\; .__ BW. ... Rural OectrmcattM Prep_... You are required to appear on May and only Chevrolet brings you; all these: betan upkeep.
Cbwe-e .M. tM fer nerieV ON./ C.g4.lPngrals. 1181. 1950 In the above named Court NEW TWO-TONE ter features of motoring while saving
Pepper fight 'and cause., wherein plaintiff ..eek you Come in get all these better feature*
... 'divorce Bradford County Teleraphhall in all !
save too. by
'choosing a 1950
CtatKte P.pfrr. lies ....ys ..... piles fevpperta far .weekly publish Iflvuea.thla Order In next four .Chevrolet alone brings you the finest body Chevrolet first and finest at lowest costl
cttnt*.-.tebacce aenHrt, t>*( ... ... ..*., ....... Witness. my hand and official deal beauty and luxury at lowest cost. Chevrolet,
(Ills ..*.a.at ..ry bit ,*.r v. .. a i e t ...! at 1DBO Starke, Florida this March 89th alone offers you your choice of the finest

taMni tM 90% rarity uawt ,rear1f'"I." .) (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..t. Thomas, TO OWN- no-shift driving or standard driving at lowest Introducing Chevrolet/ Exclusive New
Clerk of said Court.
The record tell the tory in a nutUielL Hy Haven Crosby* D. C. OPERATE AND MAINTAINC08t.. Chevrolet alone gives the finest Valve-
When it come. to getting thing done for T. Frank I..ndrum. Starke, Fla. in-Head engine performance and a
the farmer of Florida Claude) Pepper Call for reliable Atty. for Plf. 3-31 ft 4-21 bility at lowest cost! And dependaPOWER
on IM drua'alld
action speak louder than esye.Papromise. iv nncriT rofnr. BRADFORD provides the finest riding-comfort and safety '-""
and always have. health need.. at worthwhile <- >rTV' FI.OIIIUAI IN CIIA: !i- BIGGEST OF ALL at lowest cost! AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

Rear CUUOE PEPTOI savings. We pride ourwlves) on ;The CS elia'Llf Lllley,>y.Defendant.; Plaintiff, Cart vs. William No.- LOW-PRICED CARS The reasons are basic for pntf Chevrolet 'Combination of Powerglide Transmisaan and/

STATI-W1DE RADIO HOOK-UP c r bring you the widely acclaimed built-in feaJOJh.p.. engine optional on De Luxe mod,,,
FRIDAY APRIL 21.'-tt3 ,... E.S.T. the scrupulous exactness) which 7817.ORDF.R OF PUBLICATION lures which produce these outstanding moIII extra cost
foes' Into every single prescription BTATR OF FLORIDA to: William CURVED WINDSHIELD .",
t.r H rH't rvtvre)-fer Tevr.Owa rvtvre Lllley whose residence and address !: -4
',41I we fill. l is:, 870 Quebec Liverpool, Canada.Street: ltlont..alU with PANORAMIC VISIBILITY NEW LOWER PRICES'

K I r U K N Toil are required to appear on '

CLAUDE I PEPPER PHONE 79 Court May Int.and 1950.muse In, the wherein above plaintiff named e make Chevrolet rnor* than verAMERICA'S 1Ji :L. .
Temple Avenue Starke, Fla. seeks divorce Bradford County PROVED CERTf-SAFE
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn .,
_.. .
to the U. S. SENATE next four weekly l issues.Wltnes. HYDRAULIC BRAKES 1. AMERICA'S BEST BUY
my hand and official seal
at. Starke, Florida, this March; ZBth,
.511. -
(OFFICIAL. SEAL) A.I.: Thomas, I

I Tiy' raven Crosby An Clerk n of C.said Court. FIRST. and Finest at Lowest Cost !

T. Frank T.andrum, Starke Fla.

HOME TAR L I N G STARKE Atty. for Plf. 3-31 4t .4.21
iv t'inn'IT ('01 HT. BRADFORD
S ('.>l '1TY. FLOItlDtl IV CIIAN-.
OWNED FLORIDA William M. "Crandell Plaintiff v,*:
Clara, Broadbent (Crandell Defendant
Grocery& Market Cane No. 719

SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd 1950 dence Broadbent and address Crandell la, 437 whose North Connecticut renl- -

Avenue, Atlantic City, .New ,
WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets Jersey You are required. to appear on
May Sat 1950 In the above named
Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff
seeks. annulment. Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn

at next Btarke.four*,mv Florida weekly hand,and this luauen.Wltne official March.. seal 29,

WHITE HBO OFFICIAL A SEAT.Clerk of A..t.said Thomas Court., .fast arrived//
By Haven Crosby, D. C.

Center Cut, LB. T.Atty.NOTICE Frank for'.Plf.Landrum.OF TAX APPl.irtTIOV DKKUHeejn /Starke: S-31,: 4t Fla.FOR 4-J

HIM 'II... INA1''
W. the holder of th* fol-
FASHIONED SWIFT'S ;...r.'c certificate ha*, filed Bait.
certificate for a tax deed to be I Issued
ROUND SLICED thereon. The certificate
number and years of issuance, the THE GREAT NEW
description of, the property and the NO-NOX-DESIGNED
CHEESE LB. 39c BACON LB. 33c .
names In which It wa assessed areas
follows: ,' "
Certificate 1947. No. 44 Year of issuance 'I;- FOR TODAY'S POWERFUL NEW ENGINES !!

Description of Property Lot 64. 511 w

BLUE ROSE c t Vamein II In 20 South Woodlawn.acre Rang more which Section or 31 aaaeaaed lee East... 17,containing Harvey Township 1. (i)

RICE R I C E 3 Lb. 29 White.All of said property be'ng In the

FACTORY PACK County, of Bradford State of _FlorIda .' I r--
such rate to Unless law/the certificate hall such be property certificate redeemed or certificate described or according certift will In .. GREAT FOR NEW CARS '

he sold to the highest bidder at the
court house door on the first. Mnnilfiy Culf scientiiU worked hand-in-hand with leading automotive
In the month of May, 19flA
HALF-GALLON JARS GALLON which I I. the let day of May, 1950D.t.d engineers to bring you this great new gasoline-designed to

HOMEMADE LILY 1880. this 1111.. day of March' give peak performance !in today's powerful new engines\ With 1 '

SYRUPONE (OFFICIAL: SEAL A....7. Thomas'. the new No-Nox, you'll) get whisper-smooth power-thrilling
Clerk of Circuit Court f Bradford _
LARD Each 53c 99c County. Fla. 2Itt 4l pick-up safe
-quick, passing-and unexcelled mileage 1

RintiTH jrmritL <'inn'IT OF
<-H\VrKHVroneph :
F. Unhi-ck end his wit.
MAXWELL Josephine S Rabeck
Plaintiff, -
COFFEE 59c Lawrence 7* Howard Eto.. et .1.
Lb. Defendant.
H4USE C....e !Vei. 7154FORECI.OSi
flTATK OF FLORID to- Edwin o
C. Tnuaalln and niadv Tousalln. The No-Nox
his wife whose residence la unknown new actually gives smooth new vigor new pep,
: stops knocks m older cars too-even with heavilycarboned
You are hereby notified that a many
SMOKED suit has been Initltuted In the a. engines! ]If you want to get the very lest out of

Can39c ---'- your present car-jack-rabbit starts-surging hill power-end
; a o plenty of miles per gallon-fill up with the new No-No today


I In geWyE 89 FLORIST Get Gulf's./' greatest gasoline-terrific power In every drop! .


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... ALL OCCASIONS "NeivNoNoxr (( m'm'- ,


SAFETY OFMATCHES81c (j) (..... fanrau ."regular"' K.I. '......

F-A-B 23cI ww better t..... e".r. to.l)


S A R 0 I N E S "Tall Look Price WhatA Can"! IDeJ Nona FLOWERS POTTED ANYWHERE St POTTERY PLANTS WIRED Starke r Freeman Register, Distributor

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4 :i Mark's Episcopal Baptist ChurchWith Mrs. Mona Canova at the organ. Gomorrah Coming' events in-i j cult-riding Baptist preacher and I vices were held at Paran Baptist I Y
t. Pastor L. D. Halnes sermon elude a' girls trio from Toccoa j one of the early workers In Paran Church and Interment at the cem-
3h L. ? r. Simmons",, B. D.. VicarSera the new pews installed Sunday night will be "One Mane Falls Institute on Tuesday June ,Baptist Church of which she wasa etery there. CONSTRUCTION OF ALL KINDS
', '. at St Mark' Eplsco- the auditorium of the First nap- Love." The youth chorus will be 27th. member for almost 70 years
s I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Murphy
announced under the In
Sunday are direction of Mrs Lois Mrs. Watkins was active Church
tint church 1
1 -hurrh a step nearer final have returned to their home In
Mann with the girls quartette i and Civic work and served for
toll'''kji Church school with completion. Finishing: touches bringing special music. The plano several years as Chairman of 'Ex. Potsdam New York.
s 0:4: m of paint and trim remain to bring I Keystone Heights i Rev and Mrs. A. R. Mullini
k all ages nursery organ duo will lead In the !! iI ecutive Committee of the Demo.
for the
building to
.SSf' high. program a "Happy Hour" singing of re cratic Party In Putnam County. of Huntington West Virginia
s rough mnlor. This Sunday morning the message quested and familiar hymns and Her death marks the first In the spent the weekend In Keystone
n i lJ s Morning prayer and by the pastor will be "Bethesda" chorunes. FESTIVAL, PLANS i I family for more than 55: years of Heights
,, the Rev S. W. Creasey.Th and during the service rw j i1
n, u Sunday school meets at 9:45: with The May Festival, sponsored by married life. Richard Schultz who recentlycame
I Is dally for | the choir will sing under the direction :
open !I
lurch I from
t departments and clasxes for all the Community Sunday School Is She Is survived by 10 children j. to Keystone Heights
Mn. Lucile
meditation. of Green with
aye, and ages with Mr. E r :Mann Jr.. as well along the planning; stage 10 grandchildren and two grand. Miami has moved' with his mother :

,<, .. ,. ., ... I superintendent. Training Unions Group mothers met at the home 1 children. Her children are Mrs. Into their new home t('
o. gather at 6:45: P.M. for fellowship,, of Mrs. Huntley Redfearn and Myrba W. Johnson of High Springs.I! Mrs Peg Phelffer. formerly of 1
::1 program and training. trainers were appointed for each Mrs. B. J. Alderman, Grandtn H.
G. Watkins and P. D. Keystone Heights, spent several Contracting ___ Building II I'
Rehearsals will be Wayne
Midweek service group
each Wednesday
"THE APPLE OF HIS EYE"HEK evening Is led by the pastor.- In the Park three times next h'IP'1 Watkins Jr. of Keystone Heights, days with Mrs Margaret Tracy.I '; \

For every service a cordial Invitation exact time to be announced later |Mrs. William Drennon Lakeland Miss Ann Walrath spent the hoses, Tonrlnt ('''lIrl-., Ciimmrrrlul liullillng Sidewalks. Foundation

THIS MESSAGE SUNDAY NIGHT AT 8:00: Is extended to all. .The Costume Committee met at I Clarence C. Watkins and Mrs. R weekend with, Mr. and Mrs. Frank *, Drlv 'wuja, and all general, construction no job too 1 1.
I the home of Mrs. Lon Ru.hto", 'T Lee of Palatka Mrs. Warner I
I BY ATTENDING THE Methodist and material and patterns may be I Welseman and Roy L. Watkins of Merrll In Jacksonville small or too Urn. for us. to perform ;r
Church"With secured from Gainesville and Lt. Col. Jas. Carson .
her. The Queen
"'f' use. the bent carpenters, muttons, st_lw >rkers, electrician, -
was selected by ballot last Sa tur- I Watkins March Field AirBase
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, HamptonBob April comes spring with day. An election booth was setup California Funeral cer Save Time, Work, and plumber \.
its reminders of new life so 'The
Pastor in front of the office 0
Gray, Empty Tomb' will be the sermon post In !See n" M fore letting your contract, whether It Is a large Job or
chare of Mrs. Sarah McDonald, and Money
,I Rev J. T. Creel of Tamp wM be guest speaker at the ubject for Sunday morning," the assisted by Mr. Sue Shelton. a small one. We're prepared to meet and .beat prices of any and : \

11:00: l our. Rev.Methodist J. R. Hill church, pastor of announces.the First Mrs. Dewey Willis and Mrs Ella WE I"oui'ld:4: Of Your all bidders In this. area!

Special Music At Every Service This Is a reminder that Jesus' will Bird. not The be name announced of the until Queen the 9 laundry Done In I We will give you the benefit of reduction en volume material k t
Christ rose from '
the dead
He day of the Festival. Neighbors }j I costa. and on our manufacturing plant and machinery output.Let :
rose from the dead I
have a'sure hope of immortality.We we. from nearby towns and localitiesare Only I HI quota you price on ..eh Items an steel frame windows, cement
Invited to the Festival which C.
suggest that all our members rock' sand and concrete.
Rev. Lewis D. Haines! Pastor re-read the booklet "Our Faith In starts at 4:00: P.M. Refresh Minute\ It Is I
Immortality;" he continued. ments will be served Washed Spotlessly We will sell you ready-mlxml concrete at Ira. than local cost of

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeJefferson "We have a rare treat for the RITES FOR MRS. WATKINS We offer the people of Starke 40 Clean-Ready the material. f.o.b. your Job. ,
1:30: hour Sunday night: Rev W Mrs. Mamie E Watkins wife
To Iron! We'll finish Job without delay and In loss time than other
of your
G. Aldridge, a retired member of P. D Watkins of Putnam Hall and vicinity one of the most ,
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town the Florida conference living at died at 2 A.M. Tuesday morning, contractor Material<< and workmanship .,.....nteed. Contract

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 Silver Lake, will give an Illus- April 18 She was a lifelong modern and finest equipped Cents Is AH It and blueprint are carefully followed by us In each Instance. We
rated address resident of Putnam County where
.. on 'Shepherd Life bent bondsmen whit guarantee our ...rt..nn..OfI. We Will do
give .
--' r r r In Bible Lands' using beautiful she was born December 28, 1879.: welding shops anywhere.All 40 Costs! Try Our
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. colored slides from his own pho- During her lifetime she had seen, your building for lens money. TRY US! !
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P.M. tographs. many of the local spots spring Work Guaranteed Service Soon! .

MID-WEEK% SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. "Sunday School begins at 9:43: : from frontier wilderness to thrivIng SMITH'S GARAGEAND

,.. Sunday morning. Th.re" a communities. BRADFORD ENGINEERING CO. ;
--' class for you. Last year Mr. and Mrs. Wat- The Washeteria
11 A.M.: "Bethesda" kins celebrated their 53th: wedding MACHINE SHOP \
8 P.M.: "One Man's Love" "You "are Invited to worship anniversary. Before their mar- Ph. 91 J. Maurice Edwards Starke, Fla.
Ate. Starke
with us, the pastor concluded. Temple 323 Temple Avenue
riage Mrs. Watkins was Mamie
...S---r sssrrrrrrrrrrsssrrrsrrsrrrA
E. Lane. Her father was a clr-
Friendly Invitation. From A il Christian ChurchServices

Friendly Church Is Extended To All Sunday In the First I

7e Christian church open with Bible

I 1'1I school Rev Homer beginning Swindall at 10 a.m.pastor The BIGGER SALES GAINS THAN ALL OTHER

o stated this week that the Easter
goal for Bible school attendancewas

e, 'dHr urges everyone to attend Sunday
morning. "Bring the whole family
and your friends-since we have
the ball rolling won't you helpus
1 ti to keep it rolling with your
presence?" he wild. Clyde Cblson
tPtI tz.zieaI Is school superintendent.

i r The minister will speak on the

subject "Profanity" during the
Sunday 11 a m. worship service.
Sunday evening' Christian Endeavor I
begins at 6:30 o'clock followedby ;
the evangelistic service'at 7:3Cp :
.m., at which time the'ministerwill
use as his topic "God's Definition .
and Attitude Toward Sin." i .
Prayer meeting Is conducted In
the church each ,
I Wednesday even-
i Ing at 7:30: o'clock while the
L ? ttPztda popular "children's hour" begins _

I Ii every Friday'at 3:30: p.m.- r j ___

At The TabernacleAn r 'Ay I
--... .. .. attatt
i Illustrated study on the 4
Books of the Old Testament by
/ # Harold Brooks of Park-of-the. '

Palms Is proving Interesting and ,
..", '- ....,- Instructive at the Tabernacle ,
Tuesday night Bible class.

: An enthusiastic group of young
people gather for the Saturday
4u _
44 night youth meetings and show
interest 1 nthe Bible qulzz vying _
with each other In looking up the _
references.The .
He will) represent all the People of Sunday morning service _, _
Florida in the U. S. Senate faithfully and fairly. was in charge of the sponsor, K i7t16 a
who brought a thoughtful message 4.
I I RIGHT. On Social Security. He's in favorof on "The Body of Christ." Special ..r'M'r.d

of a realistic program of old age pensions for our music at this service Included a
I \ I senior citizens.' He voted to extend and expand violin solo by W. B. McKinney
II. with piano accompaniment.The .
I. t the Social Security for the aged, blind, needy, sponsor of the work also ,

and dependent children. conducted the evening service r I rkhe' shown" .bo.k l OM aors"t '
I p I using as his topic "Sodom: and ill SWMS M fvt track UM kr HW.SwlM ; -
RIGHT. On Farm Parity. He's In favor ofa M SOU ihoM(I rilM.with sew 110k -
air It HM ran poMifuJ cyUrtw fw4Track -
farm program that will assist the small dirt sea lisnl. L.-

farmer. He vo ed for the 90 per cent farm parity 11!

prorwm. When you I .

RIGHT. On Wage and Hour. lIe believesin ,"

labor unions and collective bargaining, and a buy I a ',1

high minimum which provides purchasingpower. I

He voted wage for the 75 cent minimum wage. AMERICA'S NO. 1 TRUCK DEAL AMERICA'S NO. I TRUCK VALUECome

RIGHT. On Health: He will continue to fight in now for the best truck deals In our history! Because No. 1 In sales gains. Registration' figure*-flrtl 3 monthi, 194?, compared
for legislation to extend and expand medical Ford Trucks are making bigger sales gains than all other / to latest available 3-month" period (Oct., Nov., Dec)-ho_
makes combined, were in the belt trading position we've ford scored greater ial.t gains. than all other trucks combined!

service for'alL He has introduced legislation to. been in for yean. And we're passing on the benefits to you No.1 'In choice of engine type( .. Only' Ford gives' you a chole.aClwe're .
,1 provide loans to high' school graduates to furnish to help us make even greater sales I gains in 19 JO. Ii s a of V.8 tin-cylinder. design)
making the highest trade-in allowances in our
more doctors, dentists, nurses, technicians, (
entire history/ And you'll save on your job with the cost. Na. 1 In e.( ertence. 2.003,155 Ford Truck on the road have
,I and for the building of hospitals. cutting efficiency of a new 50 Ford. With over 175 model marked up 18,567,865 truck yean experience a record equalled sr 1
in the Ford Truck line, we've got the rghllr"cj Jar your jab.Pnmpf by no other truck!
I RIGHT.: He will continue his fight for Amer. dtlittry on all models Easy terms. Bonus Built construction ..
icanism and the democratic principles of Government means Ford Trucks are built with the bell yet No. 1 'In long II'.. Using 'latest registration data on' 6,592.000
they're priced with she lout it! See us today while you can truck., life 'Insurance eiperti prove ford Trucks last longer.
on which our Nation was founded. dollat old truck and we'll show -
for ,
get the hish- your you No.1''In vatsia. Th. only two V-8'i In trucking! Two 145-n.p. Big Jobs!
why ftrtttiA* bat J,*(j.r yowl Ford Million Dollar Cobl Ford longer' Ufel Bonus Built constructionaoNUS

If it's a teal fi.hing motor you .- : "eMeI t...",... "-1MIe.....b .m.l/w "rIcIIy .."-w...,. Ihroughourl
i VOTE RIGHT want-look at all makes- then see e
how much more rugs...' give. you.Ii c'
s the new Evinrude FLSSTWIN!
Detect With Df-Clrt6 to you can stare
in Noted and "idle" when you
like! And with Df-Clnnt jrou
have the Stfti-Gnp Pnpilltr Onn Ford Trucking Costs Less Because- .
f I '
for trouble-free performance in
I shoal! water. POWERFUL? 7.JO
.B.C. certified brake H.P. at

4000 there FASTI R.P.MSpeed I wonderful to"trollcr.get you" FORD TRUCKS LAST LONGER :

jjaht-weighs only 45 pounds.'

Moderately priced-terms it you Vs/nf latest registration data en VS92OOO true*,lit. Insurance expert prove Ford Trucks last fongerl t
I like. Call sad Me it.

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\ For United Stales Senator Temple *: Tenth Streets Madison & Adams Streets STARKE, FLA. Telephone 118 ;

Starke, ..... phone 120
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W.O.W. Meeting I Methodist WSCS Legion To Hear I Softball Meeting I f 1 I C'lnfT'T 4'OI ITHY.Vlrsinia: MTV. n.UHIIitl rot sir Bn-'III'OI'1)IMI lll.'.. Order Witness In next my hand four and weekly official Inaua Baal.'

Met At Church Alex Yawn Discuss James C, Hobbs. president of I II I Whalvy Quinn Plaintiff' at Starke, Florida thin nth day of
All Woodmen circle member
VH M. H. Quinn I Dofendiint Cane No. April IPSO.OFFICIAL.
are Invited to a covered dish I The Women's Society of Chris University Benefits I the Bradford County Softball I 1U7.ORDER OH- Pl'PI.IC'ATIONA. ( SICA-t.) A..1. TIlonmK,

upper which will be held at the tian Service of the Methodist League urges that all person Interested I II ...> NOTICE TO APTKAH As Clerk of said. Court pith
W. O. W. hall next Tuesday evening church met In the church Mon. T. A. (Alex) Yawn of Starke, STATE OF FIOKII to: M. H.,, By Haven Crosby. 1>, C NOW .
of Florida Law In fielding a team thla Quinn whose l-.,..Id.nl'e and address OOOI-KO' I,, "a It..n. P O. Box 404, OPEN
University Liar
25. Following the afternoon Its regular a '
April day for I In: General Delivery, lleauvllle, North sturkc. Florida' III I ,
supper a ritualistic meeting will business and program session. School senior and member of the season attend a meeting to beheld (nrollna. Ally, tar Pit 4-J) 4t 0'1!, (iwllit}

be conducted. Mrs. Bessie Greene The meeting was opened with Blue Key Speaker's Bureau, will In the athletic field house Ton am re'iulrod to appear on duct.,
Mar 22 I960 In the above named
of Live Oak will be the distinguished prayer by Mrs J. R. Hill. address members of American Monday night at 8 o'dock.I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff'
guest at this meeting. Mrs. W. O. Halle president Legion Post No. :56> at their regular seeks\ nivorre Urmlrorrt ('minty RE-ELECT

conducted the business. Minutes meeting Tuesday night, Dog Licenses Due I T.I"lCrlll.h In l next four shall weekly puhllxh IHNUPMWltnuiiii thin. order

Chiropractor HereDr were read by Mrs. H. M. Richards Aprlf 25. He will speak on the I mv hunil and official, ffHlin LAPPE'S PASTRY
of starkv Florida, thin April 19,. SHO
and the treasurer's report was topic "How the University I Dog owners are reminded that 19ffrtOFFICIAL
C.V Jones, chiropractor, given Florida Serves the State." ,I all licenses expire and must be ( HEAT.", A. J Thomas, 1 Across From Park Theatre

formerly of Gainesville, thisweek ; Mrs. H. C Rltch chairman of Yawn Is a graduate of Green' renewed before May 1. Owners n,,' Haven Crosby An Clerk, I> of C.said Court.

opened offices in Starke at youth work had charge of the wood High School where he was,i must present a certificate- Inoculation T "Frank. r.n nit ruin, 8tark. Fie
Alt) for Pit 4.21 B-H
310 West Madison Street Dr. program. She Introduced Miss president of the student body before license will be 4t

Jones 18 i also residing; at that Oleeta Green who gave an Inter and participated In FFA speak issued, It was said. i> ..1 ntri.. IT <-." HI-. iiHiipontin > T
address.All < % rv. FLOIIIIISp i n H\\. R. B. ALYAREZ & SON
:esting talk on the missionary ing contests I( 4 lilt: V'. STORAGE t t'We

mrivlmiKlliM lj I price liar. 'work in Cuba and ways the young All Legionnaires and Veteransare I E. B. Andrews Will I,,> Itny H Cnrwln. Plaintiff vs.laaie .
people in Florida are helping with Invited to attend' Corwin Defendant Cane No., /
Icy I !Strong' Jeweler. | cordially 7969'
this work. Celebrate BirthdayFriends I "tafatJtl} 4AtMe.1{ Olll'rale
this meeting. I ORDER OF 1"ITP'I.IC''TION
and relatives E.- B. 8TATK OF FLORIDA to ):Isle 'I a ryp ) m+sr.nai A lung dJ
_______ ____
New Gulf No-Nox Andrews of Lake City are invited Pnrwln. whoiie residence and aditrcnn OS MOVING t,
li>: Kit Jackson Avenue, 'tW.w.Mwie
Here to attend the annual celebration Bronx, New York. anynherrln t,
Now On
of his birthday anniversary You are required to appear on
May 82. 1950. In the above named fi E'tIJ.tSTORGI: :
__ ELECTHewlett "The more exacting: needs of which will be. held on Sun Court and onus, wherein plaintiffseeks
high compression day. April 23, at his home in divorce Bradford County -
present day Telegraph shall publish thla Order
automobile engines which require Lake City. In next four weekly InnueMWltneiiM .
can mv hand and official aPIII l lat 'flLlT1l.\
t S.Anderson anti-knock gasoline _
SPECIAL REQUESTThe Starke Florida, thla April 19 Agents For
: be met with the new and Improved 1950.
gasolines now on sale In this area Chamber of Commerce requests (OFFICIAL SEAL) 'A..1. Thomas DelcherBros. -
A. Clerk of Bald
the of all Court.
listing apartments
at Gulf stations, Freeman Register By Haven Crosby, IJ. C. See
local Gulf distributor announced and houses as there are T. Frank T.nndrum, Starke, FIll us firs
frequent calls for accommodations Atty. for Pit. 4-Jl 4t B-lt .
i *h To The "Gulf No-Nox" and and when sending people to iv rIR(...IT new see places It Is disappointing to (' 'NTV, rtOIIIDAl IM C HAN: -
'Good' Gulf" are the result of CKIIV.Thurber.
BOARD of PUBLICINSTRUCTION find them already rented. I .
Coaman. Plaintiff va.Madid
three years of research and the I I I B. Coiiman Defendant. Cue J.P. RobertsYOUR
let expenditure of millions of dollars It is for the benefit of our cltv No. 7861.

fop the most modern refining'facilities. I to keep our houses and apart ORDER: OF PirPLICATIONAND -
District Three Mr. Register said "Not ments filed. Please list them as I NOTICE TO APPEAIt / 1
only are these new products suited soon as possible.Mrs. n. Conman, whose residence and
qa4h, i particularly to the 1B49 and 1950 Marian Howe nddrsss lar X23: Htutaon Street
Rochester, New York.
i automobiles with their high compression I State
''ICompare ratios but they also make NOTICE TO BIDDERS 'May You 22.are 19RO.required In the to above appear named on Saturday Only, Apr. 22 Tues. & Wed., Apr 2

possible better engine operation Sealed bids will be received Court and cause, wherein plnlntlff DOUBLE FEATURE -
seeks divorce.
Bradford County
of many older models Including until 2 P.M. Monday May 1, for Telegraph shall. publish thU OrderIn e
with the tarnishing materials and painting next four weekly 'lHnuea.Wltneaa Representative R06lEJ'UOIIE
the those heavy deposits, GINGER
Qualifications out. Interior of the Starke post office. mv hand and l official. eat
agent pointed at Htarke' Florida this April 19.
"Gulf'a corps of research sclenttut Bids are filed with the Division 1991)
. Engineer In Atlanta, Oa. Specifications (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
worked closely with the
Aa Clerk of said Court. DENNIS MOR
University of Florida Graduate ((193ft) Nation's leading automobile engineers bidding papers and By Haven Crosby D. C. '
other information may be obtained T. Frank Tandruni, Starke. Fla. SR TORE
to formulas
develop new AllY for Plf. 4-21 4t -12 He is qualified.
Educational Hack ground for these Improved gasolines iby I., applying at the Starke post
... I, office. iv THK rinrriT COI-IIT EIGHTH With Allen "Kocky" Lane
which assure greater freedom .M 11"1'. CIHCI'rr. iv 'vi> FOR '
yr, M' Successful Business Experience from power-robbing engine HHtllKOIIIIOI':VTV, KI.OHII\. -AND-
Mrs. J. C. Robinson spent the IV C tVC'KHV. ,
World War II Veteran knocks," Mr. Register said. past week In Starke as the guestof C. P. PHICMAKD He has experience and acquaintances a
"Motorists who use them will! be Plaintiff
Mrs. R. F,
Demorest. vs.RESSIE. in the Leg-
Impressed with the performancethey
make possible and with the Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned Defendant lature worth much to his

-Sincerely Interested In The Welfare Of fast starting rapid accelerationand yesterday from Orlando where ORDER NOTICR OF TO PUBLICATION FILE ANSWER: AND OR people. ,. DOtOTHT rAItW Until RAN2lAIMU
unsurpassed mileage they she has been receiving treatmentsfrom OTHER PLRADINOS With Latent News ftCats"
Our Children And In The ImprovementOf STATE OF FU1TIIDA TO- FUUH JAMES ITMN Cartoon.
tests be- since1
provide. Comparative an eye specialist Monday BESSIE MAE PRICHARD. 10 P A REfUMIC PICNgt
Our Schools tween the new fuels and their Manleahade\ Avenue Norfolk.Virginia.
Pius "Mario Fluke" Cartoon
predecessors proved the super. You are required to nerve your lie will continue to sup Thurs. & Fri., Apr 27
lorlty of the products on these IN CIR11'r rOI.n.... HRAnFONIt answer or other pleadings on Tue.day "Fedral Agents vs. Underworld .__
\PROGRESSIVE CAPABLE HONEST various Important counts," Mr. c'lony.COI'NTY. FI'ORIDA| *f CHAN Court, May S3.and 1950 reuse In, the wherein above plain named port the Old People, Dependent Serial.

Register concluded. Ella K. Aaplnwall. Ptalntlff, va. tiff iieeka a divorce. Bradford Children i the lAIIDOKMsum
John Herman County Telegraph shall publish this
Aanlnwall., Defendant *
(P. for fcy frlradl I.tenal.d In better .vhooln* WatchvA. UdlrV & gents't Caae No. 7559.OILDER Blind, and School Teachers. Sun. &. Mon., ,Apr.. 23 & 24
r, price llarley. F. Strong Jewelers. NOTICE TO APPEAR '
tr STATE OF FLORIDA to John rat ;' $TOln

... Herman Aspi!! .nwal l.._whose residence .
am 1 o--: are rasa required IB: unnnown.to appear on W.C. T.V. BOfiARTftRKERAlito ( ( .
!May 23 1950 In the above named #
Court and cause, wherein plaintiffxeeka
dlYor.... Bradford County lie Will AppreciateYour
CANOVADRUGCO. Telegraph shall publish this Order LIQUOR SELLERS SELDOM y a ?en
In next four weekly iHMuef GO BANKRUPT THAT
Witness my hand and official sent Vote and Active -
. at Btarke Florida, this April 20,, BELONGS TO TIlE I n 4 1
(OFFICIAL 8EAr) A.1. Thomas. j
a /iaenc Dnixj $ Aa Clerk of said Court (I"LOIUD.GOOD NEWS.) SupportPaid ,l/ ti".4/." '
< *> B>e Haven Cronby, r>. c'. .'iI'" SC Wpll1SWltsu
Charles K. fleas, 204-206 Ouaranty. +a': 'll+l
Life Bldg Flu. ( Political Adv.) j ..HAIpN
Rights AIR CONDITIONED Federal' Excise Attv. for-pd.ack.on"lIIe.4-21 4t 8-11 .I llaox
Reserved To Tax On All I- Var.e"

Limit Quantity ,FR.IDAY\ SATURDAY & SUNDAY Taxable Items'' '7,t Spring Special! .I

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