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 28, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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HS S Undefeated At Halfway Mark; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i

fine Faces Tough Week Ahead I

ThE mark has been'I Branford' first baseman Barnett Official County Publication Established In 1879

hpO ,n the baseball schedule came to bat; on the 2-2 count poled I
nOW the BHS Tornadoes: one Into right field towards Davis VOLUME S-\'E1IiTYoo.IE: .960 NUMBER- FOBTV-ONE
This Frl- "
e 101 tasted defeat. who fielded It with his right hand -- -

..Butler afternoon for the the team seventh goes game to I and Thomas burned At It the to same 1st time baseman Bar Good Rain Conway & Libby Nations Gets 40

}tho ea9o" in hopes that their nett was confident of his safety Equipping Plane Heavy Vote Expected !
be stretched and broke his
streak can stride 30 feet from

'nlng ether game before facing next let to float In. Imagine bin surprise Should Prolong For DustingConway McRae 35 Years

of the toughest assign- when he was called out by
'k &: Libby. local flying
had-a twodaynd three strides.

nts they with have Aiachua and a one- Davis says "Shoot! Playing Berry Season service equipping, announce an airplane that for they dustIng ''are- In Tuesday's Election I

htPf with rained-out Palntka.vnnther Tuesday ac- throw where 'em I am out((110 all close day.)" I Coach could I about- and two will weeks be In a to poHitlonjj distribute In 4s Plead Guilty

debacle the BHS Funderburk little Davis .
the says
"Pig" -
nW for A fine dust for farmers. __ .
V. Itself In for It was nec- Is really blessed with a wonderful rain Tuesday put new The spring term of Circuit II.
finds reschedule the homen7wlth throwing arm. life and new hope In the Bradford The flying service operators Court opened and closed In near Hot Senatorial

!! Aiachua for Monday One of the best things that can County strawberry deal that was state that they can apply any record time here this week as defendants Home DemonstrationWeek New Phone Line I

!Trnoo at 1:30: on the home happen to a baseball team has beginning to suffer from prolonged type dust to crops at a very In all principal cases on Now In Service I

ImonT The original schedule finally happened to BHS. For dry weather. reasonable rate Inasmuch as they the docket pleaded guilty and Observance And i( I
j lied, for Palatka Tuesday at the first time this year the boys It Is expected that the welcomed buy dust In quantity Iota at were sentenced by Judge A. Z. Begins April 30 To Brooker
: moisture will wholesale fe
there. However It has groin Bradford have really gotten cause berry Adklns.

OPM. to change, and the the spirit-real team spirit-that plants to continue to yield fair Farmers are invited to call by The longest term was meted National Home Demonstration Hewlett S. Anderson Mayor of
n necessary volume for the Week 30 Brooker, made the first long distance Races On Deck f
,ent situation stands so: Next Is so necessary to a winning team. next few weeks. Conway'a Service Station and discuss .. out to Kenneth Nations who April May 6. will b* I
1:30 P.M. Ala- The unseasonably cold weather their dust and observed In Bradford County In call over the new telephoneline
Monday at : Dull practice sessions have actu- spray .needy pleaded guilty to second degree ,
ek. Tuesday at 8 P.M. Pa- ally become a pleasure. Perhaps has also been beneficial to berry with Mr. Conway. He stated.that murder In the shotgun s 1 a ytng various ways, according to an an- connecting Starke and Brooker .
lIA here. plants, since tends to nbuncement last Monday morning.Mr. A hot U. S. Senatorial contest ..'
Thursday at 1:30 P. the reason is that third basemanJim yield dwindle he has the Information on flW, of his brother-in-law, Ott Hodge, by Miss Dorothy
ka here. under the influence Rosa Home Anderson's call was placedto and a four-cornered race for State
of Demonstration
BHS'can a toohotsun. specifying .what Agent.
of dust
Aiachua there. I If Godwin has hit his stride. types on February 18, and drew a sentence .
these three with wins, This will be proven Friday In Lake spray should be used to obtain of 40 years. The theme, "Today's Home the Bradford County Telegraph Representative Is expected to
Bo by should be Butler. Since Thursday of last week effective kills on Insects or blights.Mr. I Builds Tomorrow's World" will at which time he made the following bring most of Bradford County's
the way A
rest of have grand jury In session here be brought statement: "As Mayor of 3,720 qualified voters flocking tithe .
growers out
shipped 5,530 crates, when the Club atLawt.y
until such time as the One serious loss to the Conway that the "
Erly team says over- Monday
easy morning, returned an Indictment In the First Primary
grossing 42304.50: at an averageof all takes an Interesting, tour Brooker I wish to express grate ,
Itself. cost of
presents be suffered about 13 plane spraying and
tourney may May against Nations for first
b-group Election next Tuesday .
$7.65: per crate. to the Sam MrOarvey farm. ful appreciation In behalf of the
ion. of the big reasons for the when Norbert Hartman, fine left dusting Is less than when ground degree murder. When arraigned
A svrlesj of political rallies
So far The people of and
this season growers Brooker Club will hold a our community surrounding -
baseball success up tow fielder, leaves for his brother's equipment Is used. before the court
rnado however Nations the Demo-
sponsored by County
have realized a return of $292- Joint exhibition with the 4-H girlsat areas to H. A. Bishop fit;
who last
has been Jack Hazen wedding In Fort Wayne, Ind. 973.70 for the 39,491 crates ship through his attorney Slgs- the school PTA meeting. The and H. A. Bishop, Jr. of the Starke cratlo Executive Committee, has ,,
Lday. afternoon '.won his fifth There Is some consolation In the bee Scruggs of Gainesville, en- Interest In the contests
ped. Last the total ladles will show attractive of Telephone Co. for their consid.eration gv
Final Jars
Im by pitching his team to a fact.that he will be back for the was 28,805 crates with shipment returns Rally tered a plea of guilty to mvirder canned goods as well as hand. ant efforts to provide telephone and It la expected that the percentage

) win over a rejuvenated Bran- group tourney In the event BHS Is estimated at $230,863.00. In the second degree. State's Attorney work, whereas the girls will have service to Brooker of qualified. electors appearing .,i
rd outfit. The fast righthander lucky enough to attend. T. E. Duncan announced their at the polls will be the
It Is believed that growers here clothing exhibit, which Is a "The Initiation of this service
t them down one-two-three for Track Meet Friday that this plea .was acceptable to highest ever recorded In an off-
NightBradford In milestone
can look forward to at least two patr of their work.A an Important In the
and finally got Into The BHS track team the State and
Innings went to Judge Adklnv election.
; of year
more weeks of shipping at fair display bulletins on building progress our community, "
uble by loading the bases with Daytona Beach Wednesday to the prices since the late cole] has set shortly thereafter pronounced sentence and remodeling the home en- will be of immeasurable benefitto Chief Interest In the county .I
( out In the seventh. Coach East Florida Conference Meet at candidates In races has) centered In the contest
to the crop back In North Carolina. County tailing free services offered to everyone living here and In Ute
nderburk called the battery over Welch Stadium and came within which usually supplies the chief the May 2 primary will have their Leroy McRae. 22-year-old negro the public by the Home Demonstration rent of the country. It will be of for Representative In the State
lid. one magic word and sent 7 points of winning the championship held In where Incumbent J.
connection with theft of Legislature
competition to the Bradford Coun- last chance to present their pleas a Department will be set great value to all farmers In help-
|em back. Hazea promptly -second only to Deland ty deal at this point In the sea safe from a Starke business up In the courthouse. Ing them to sell and obtain better P. Roberts Is sharing the spotlight

ruck out the last man to give who won. Fred Conway was out- son. Some berries have begun to to the voters tonight (Friday) In I house and subsequent shooting of Numerous radio programs will prices for their produce. with three running mates. .

q i team a victory and himself ahitter. standing In his first meet. Also move from North Carolina, how- the final rally to be held In city. policeman I.. B. Colson, carry out the theme of the week "W are happy that the service Doyle E.' Conner, W, E (Enos) K'Huv j

to be mentioned: Conner, Eaves, ever, but not In large volume. Memorial Stadium, .weather permitting I pleaded guilty to Informations for on the major networks. was Installed Just. In time for this "s, and Ovid O. Lewis. By

I The entire team Including Ha- Carter and Johns. All the boys Tuesday's Tain was also beneficial i breaking and entering and assault season, a* the first truck load of The only other local office to B

n, claim that the no-hitter be- and Coach Hobbs are to be congratulated with intent to murder. produce left Urookvr be voted on county-at-large Is the .,
to other spring truck, suchas Proceedings will begin at 7:30: I Price Heard TwiceIn Saturday
| to right fielder Harold Da- for their excellent campaign for School Board
members -
ngs I believe that this
corn and beans. A few Irish McRae drew a total of 35 years20 service will be .
L How can that be?-Simple. showing. L o'clock and It Is expected that Bradford residence District Three ,
extended In
potatoes and string beans have years on the assault charge County the future and will
voters will flock from all sectionsof (Brooker and New River), H. B. .
appeared on the platform this and 15 years for breaking and en- Last continue to expand with the natural '
week, the potatoes selling around the county to hear the candi- tering. The second term will not Saturday growth of our community." Crosby, the Incumbent. Is opposedby 'j

Jftball Season Will dates In their'last public appeals. begin until the of At present there are" two phones Hewlett S. Anderson.: Both ,;
Open Monday; $2 and the beans from $2 to $3. expiration the Speaking In Starke and Hampton -
A good crowd turned out for first. last Price In Brooker. One (No. 30fl Is i In men are from Brooker. ,
With the berry season beingprolonged. Saturday, Emory ,
the rally at Hellbronn school- the office of Tung Oil Products Two County Commissioner races
Market Manager R. B. Sentence was deferred "from candidate for Congress from the
Ifficers Elected By-laws Adopted Alvarez stated that before long: house Tuesday night In spite of day x to day and from term toterm" Second District, said that determined Inc., the other, a public phoneNo. will election.also be decided In the May 2 '

berries beans corn and other a downpour of rain. Florida's on a third Informrtlon and aggressive leadersare ( 9100) Is In the John Pin-
In District Two Incumbent E
sales tax seemed to be the holster ntore.Bennett .
truck will all be coming In atthe new wherein McRae was charged with ne dnd In Washington to combat L. Crawford I.
opposed by L.
; The softball season will get Lawtey. snme time. "It's a rood main topic of discussion among breaking and entering jolntljr the spread of Communism.Price Run froe. This contest will .

der way !Monday night when Monday, May 8: Alvarez vs. thing we got our additional plat the Legislative candidates. with James Gibson. told his listeners that he To Speak ballots only In voting precinct appearon M]<<

no Bradford County League Hetcules; Humphreys vj.: Her form. in time for this season," he: Incumbent J. P. Roberts stated James Sermon, colored. also was born In Bostwick, Putnam Friday Morning No. 2 (North Starke), g?i
that he voted for the tax because County, and that his father
uble-headers will be played at cules. said. pleaded guilty to an Informationfor wasa In District Three Incumbent '

radford Park. The' first game, Friday, May 12: National Guard he believed the money must coma assault! with Intent to commit railroad man.Winkler Hep. Charles 11:. Bennett candidate Jessie, R. Chastaln has two run

ginning at 8 P.M. will match I vs. Lawtey; Hercules vs. Lawtey. New Glass MosaicOn from somewhere to pay teacher murder and was sentenced to for re-election to Congress ning matesJ. O. Adkins and W.

umphreys Cold with Alvarez Saturday, May 13: American salaries and to continue payments five years. Attending will speak In Starke Friday, April H. (Bill) Hall. This contest will

ore. The second half of the Legion vs. National Guard; Hum- Display SundayAt to the aged, blind, and dependent James' Jacobs, colored pleaded 2H. at 10 A.M. appear on ballots In voting pre

mbte bill will feature American phreys vs. FFA. First Baptist children. He describedthe guilty< to an Information for Dealers Preview In his recent speeches. Bennett cincts'Nos. 4. 5 and 8 (Theresa \

glon T a. FF A. Monday May 15: FFA vs. "horrible" .conditions prevailing brrsjting and entering and was ,, B. Winkler has warned ,the people that the ftampton. and Graham), "
of the
James C. Hobbs was re-elected National Guard; ,: Alvarez* vs. This Sun.y'mi.Ung'; '. the"Glasa;' at the state |nsanj asylum at given a sentence of ten years.H. A. Service WinklerElectric several, Incidents that have trAns. fin the statewide races a Bradford
Chattahoochee and said If li attending a
ildent of the League at a meet. American Legion. Mosaic of the Good Shepherd will I G. Wainwright pleaded pired between the United States County citizen, N. D. (Noon) .
( preview In of revolution ';
Ig held In the athletic field house Friday, May 19: Humphreys be shown for the first time to the I more people could there'would see these guilty to an Information for nonsupport Tamp electric and Russia lately have made It Walnwright Is bidding for mem. J
first hand ary work-saving appll-
onday night. Other officials vs. Lawtey; Hercules vs. Amer- general public. Placed In the things at of minor children and neccmary to stress the Importanceof bership on the Railroad Public 'j
be less about ances. The new Hotpolnt kitchen
J-cted at that time are: V. R. ican Legion. new auditorium of the First Baptist taxes. paying. instructed to deposit $:\0 on the and home laundry equipment Will!! strong national. defense measures. Utilities Commission, Group One. .,

lerguaon, vice president; H. B. Saturday, May 20: FFA vs. Church of Starke In memoryof first day of each month with be shown Walnwright Is running In opposition .
at Wlnklvr.
fijram, Jr., secretary-treasurer; Alvarez; Humphreys vs. National Luther C. Powell by his family, Doyle Conner, one of the three Sheriff P. D. Reddish for such soon of to the Incumbent WilburC. j
the line Is
Highlight thn
1. Faves umpire; and A. I* Guard. this mosaic Is the largest of its aspirants seeking Roberts' Legislative support. In default of which' a Super-Store new Which 'Fun Festival'To King, and a third contestant In ,.

ro8by, Jr., scorekeeper. Monday, May 22: Lawtey vs. kind In the State and the only seat, voiced the need fora sentence of one year In the State 70 refrigerator, this race Is Grady Albrltton. .
puts of stored food
[The 19SO schedule for the firstIf American Legion; Hercules vs. modern one of any size. carefully planned tax structure Prison would be Imposed. percent Be SponsoredBy For Railroad Public UtilitiesCornmlsatorter .
season Is as follows: that would free the school. from within fingertip reach of the Two
Group Incumbent -
( Monday( May li Humphrey. vs. FFA.Friday, May 28: Humphreysvs. Having been In the process of r their present "hand to mouth"Operation I A nolle prosequi was entered In housewife. Other outstanding Legion PostA Jerry W, Carter Is op. ,'I
being for
|l> several montlis and would them the cane of George Rlchendollar, features of this modal are shelves.
trez; American Legion vs. American Legion; National assure "Fun Festival" posed by Ancll Boyette. J
the mosaic has Just been Installed I sponsored by
Information for hit and run driving built Into the door for small Items
Guard Alvarez. sufficient funds to out the Chief Interest
vs. carry In
the local American Legion Post state races
FA.Saturday. In a niche In the auditorium
6 Natl nal 27 reserved provisions of Florida's and also In the case of Benjamin most frequently used, and roomy has been
May progressive centered
: Saturday, May : Lawtey vs. for it. The Florida will be held In Starke next week, In the U. 8. }
uard vs. Hercules Alvarez vs.ladies FFA plus rained-out Art new school law. Finn Information for assault fruit, vegetable and meat pans. Senatorial ..
; any game. Leaded Glass Co., of St. Petersburg '. with Intent to murder. Eight storage zone for different May 1 through 8. campaign where Incumbent
Is the designer and maker. W. E. (Enos) Hayes announcedthe The midway will be operated by Claude Pepper opposed ,
types and sizes of food Items and
I present sales tax unwleldly, the Royal Exposition Shows, and by n8p. George A. Smathers.. !
Auxiliary Farmers RemindedOf The mosaic depicts the Good I and and Rites expanded Interior storage space This has been
confusing Inefficient ThursdayFor will be located on the Galnesnrllls one of the bitterest !
Shepherd In His familiar have been built Into models I
Meets At Home May 1 Deadline with His sheep around Him setting anda I stated that he would favor In Its Mrs. BlanchardMrs. without, Increasing over-all new size highway near the Service Center and hardest-fought campaigns In '
place a gross receipts tax that station There will be a varietyof Florida history and will doubtless ':

|)f Mrs. C. M. TurneyThe Farmers participating In the border lamb are In His the arms.symbols Around of the the I would be collected through the Anna M. Blanchard 83. of Also the showing refrigerator.are six new range rides and concessions! and a help to get out a big vote. \

1950 Agricultural Conservation wholesaler, thus relieving Florida's minstrel show will be presented In the Second Congressional
Four Evangelists. The died suddenly Tuesday afternoonat models with
Ladles' Auxiliary of the picture Is pushbutton control.
thousands of small businesses District
Program were advised this week nightly. Incumbent Representative .
rat PmVyterlan church met inC about five feet by ten feet In size her home In Lawtey. She was now available In the medium
that May 1 was the deadline for of the duty of tax collect- The local Legion Is sponsoring Charles E. Bennett .la opposed; j
home of Mrs. C. M. Turney at The public is cordially Invited I born In Melrorn and was a member price class for the first time. by former
credit for oats or the show and representative
claiming rye gets a percentage Emory
.1 State Farm Tuesday evening to view the showing Sunday ing.Ovid of a prominent Alachua Coun- New design' of the time and laborsaving
ith eight members and two planted last fall and left on the morning at 11 o'clock. G. Lewis reiterated his opposition ) ty family. She was a member of automatic dishwasher provides of receipts. Price, who was defeated two year. ,

land or turned under. to the present sales tax Grace Methodist Church of Law ago by Bennett. j

till present.The County Agent T. K. McClane and said that a one percent tax tey. surface.more uninterrupted work Mrs. Ritch Hostess Polls will_ nose. n, ._.t_ T. _A_.i_*.. _....._I ,

meeting was called to order urged farmers who carried out Executive Group placed "across the board" wouldbe Besides her husband. Alanson Dial" M close at 7 P.M. In all county
"Magic Is the name for
lth sentence prayers and a this practice to report It to the Of W.M.S. Meets easier to administer and would Blanchard of Lawtey, she Is survived the temperature control unit on To BSP Members precincts. 'I

YIM. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorfresided. I AAA office not later than Mon- eliminate the confusion on the by five daughters, Mrs. Susie the new Hotpolnt water heaters, And Rushees The Second Primary will behold

[ 1 ... It cannot be accepted of the buying "Peo on Tuesday, May 23.
I day May During the meeting of the executive part public. Belle Dye of Ft. Lauderdale,, which permits easy adjustmentsfor

Minutes of the last meeting after that date. committee of the Baptist ple don't know what they're paying Miss Arthurlna Blanchard of Jack- the Individual home needs. Entertaining the Starke chapterof

>'ere read and the treasurer's re- Receipts for the purchase of Women's Missionary Society or what they're paying It on sonville, Miss Enza Blanchard of I Beta Sigma Phi and honoring Dog InoculationThis

'rt ".., filed. The president. seed are necessary to support the held In the educational building under the present law," Lewis Lawtey, and Mrs. Kathleen Wyatt Cattlemen's the local organization's new rush- SaturdayJack

111. Holtzendorf. asked for volun- report. If the grain was harvested Tuesday April 18, at 3 o'clock. stated. He also advocated a raiseIn and Mrs. Wilma Bohannon, both Meeting ees, Mr*. Evelyn Hitch was hostess l

perl to help make masks for for hay or for grain It does plans were made to purchase s the pay of Jurors. of Miami; one son, Robert Blanchard Is PostponedThe to a hamburger fry on the Trawick Bradford County

vel1eaa hospitals. not qualify under this practice. carpet for the new church. Incumbent H. B. Crosby and of Lawtey; nine grandchildren I terrace of her West Call Street sanitarian, announced that dog

An acknowledgement and ex- The Daisy Fowler circle had Hewlett S. Anderson, candidatefor and five great grandchildren regular monthly meeting of residence here Thursday evening will be Inoculated on Saturday.

remlon of Jr. Woman's Club charge of the business and program School Board member, residence Funeral services;were held at the the Bradford County Cattleman's of last week. i April 29, at the following time I
grateful appreciation
M meeting which followed the District Three stressed graveside In Kingsley Lake Cemetery Association for April has been The lovely terrace was made and places: t.

milv read for from flowers the T. S. Williams Will Meet May executive meeting at 3:30: o'clock. their qualification for the office Thursday afternoon at 4 postponed to Monday night May even more attractive by the use of 6:30: A.M. Hampton City Hall
n sympathy. The devotional was given by' and the careful management that o'clock with Rev. Winter Glddlngs. 8, at 8 P.M. because of the politi- a variety of cut spring flowers, 11:30 A.M., Brooker School I
announcement was read from, The monthly meeting of the be and Rev. Lee Interment cal rally at Starke tonight and the and during the
he United !Mrs. Alma Hough from John 1,. must exercised If the schools officiating. evening a varietyof 1:00: P.M.. Lawtey City Hall
omen Council of Church:' Junior Woman' Club will be followed with prayer by Mrs. F. are to pull through the present followed In the family plot subsequent election next week. A outdoor games were enjoyed. 2:30 P.M., Reno School,

which stated that World held Thursday evening, May 4. at financial crisis.E. with DeWItt C. Jones Funeral program' devoted to pasture development The guests of honor, newcomers All persons with
"mmunltv B. Beard. Mrs. Frailer Shaw dogs to be Inoculated
Dav will be observed club An Home of and maintenance has. to the Included l
8 o'clock In the building. L. In charge arrangements. group Elizabeth
Crawford are notified
n November circle leader, presented Mrs. H Incumbent! this U
eve 3 :with the theme Interesting program has been A. Lawson program chairman, County CommU* '.>ner, District Active pallbearers were Mike been arranged for May 8 which Fowler, Martha Yancey Jacqueline the last time the veterinarian will
Thy Nelghbor"'Vhe planned and hostesses for the Futch. Lonnie Prescott, Cecil should Interest all cattlemen. Moorer, Merril Gardner, be I
who used as her topic "Chris Two, and his opponent, L. L Ren- In the county for this purpose

1. by V. Mrs. c. F. Ward and Mrs. cox chairman Mrs. N. D. Wainwright was assisted In presenting the needs of the district that they and H. C. Kelly."" W.S.C.S. NoticeThe Torode, Wilma McCtana Sara Report At Rotary
Knight had of the Mitchell and Scogglns, Margaret Scruggs Evelyn
charge Miss Lucile by Mrs. O. R. Matthews hoped to fulfil If ..ected.I ;

terpret rorram. Her toolc was' "Youtb Miss Nina Bishop. and program Mrs. A. J. Thomas. I T. N. Norman served a. masterof Lions Lose GameThe circles of the Women's Newsome and Grace Page.In I A review of the Rotary Assembly

huh" the Ml.1alon ot Ute AU members are urged to attend Mrs. S. E. Sparks. W.M.S. pres- ceremonies introducing the Society of Christian Service of addition, regular members were he I din I Jacksonville Sunday
The program tol- Starke Lions lost 18-3 to the Methodist Church will hold present, among them Mrs. W. B.
wed was as this will be the last regular ident, presided during the business speakers to their audience. through Tuesday was a feature of
!eple.With prayer for an youngSOCU1 meeting of the club until session Minutes were read Harry's Men's Shop of Jacksonville their program and social meetIngs Sewell sponsor of the local chap the local club's luncheon meeting
In a game played at Bradford Monday afternoon. May 1, ter. Mrs. Hitch I is directress.
September. br Mrs. W. L. Andrews, secretary Recent BirthsALICE Wednesday. Those reporting on
DUring the Park Tuesday night. Jones at 3:30: o'clock. SUnday afternoon from 4 until the
hour Mrs.
and treasurer's report giv meeting were O. 8. Nawcomb.
Fney and Circle 1 will be 4 o'clock Mrs. Sewell will entertain
Thorn handled the pitching entertained
assisted by Mrs. Nell president W. H. .
en. Plans were made for the SUE COOPERMr. ; Graham, president
tall. Sl'rved delicious' Baptist CirclesTo assignment for Starke.U.D.C. : In the home of Mrs. A. W. Anderson the Beta Sigma Phi membersand elect
homemade New River Associational meetIng and Mrs. James Cooper of ; and H. P. Morgan, sec-
tralV ike and Ice cream topped with Meet Tuesday which was held In the local Starke are announcing the birthof Sr., on Mable Street. rushaes with a "PreferentialTea"'honoring | retary. T. H. Slade also attended
rr\e.\ Circle 2 will meet In the church Founder's Day and
church last Friday with a daughter, Alice Sue, In Notice the Assembly In Jacksonville.
The circles of the Baptist Wom I educational building with the the rushees at her home on North I
served at noon. Shadycrest Hospital on Tuesday.April .
lunch I,
'arks will hold I The the W. leader, Mrs. L. D. Green, as hostes Walnut Street.
en'. Missionary Society monthly meeting
Buy HomeDr. The meeting was closed with 25.LESLIE: .. Red Cross Total
their regular program and social T. Weeks' Chapter of the United

Dr. and W. B. Parks meetings Tuesday afternoon May prayer. gTEVEN!: THOMASMr. Daughters of the Confederacy s Circle 3 will convene In the Dog Licenses Due Stands At $1,302 i

I this Week Into the large mov-two- 2, at 3:30 o'clock. Lawtey Barber Shop and Mrs. D. L Thomas of wll be held next Wednesday afternoon home of Mrs. E. L. Matthews at ,

tory house on Walnut Circle One will meet at the home Starke announce the birth of a at 3:30: o'clock at the homeof Church and 8th Streets. Co-hos Dog owners are reminded that Bradford County's Red Cross .
Street Barber
hlch they recently of Mrs. M. F. Hazen. !Mrs. B. T. The "Lawtey Shop" Otis was lIOn Leslie Stevet. In Shadycr Mrs. E. K. Ferryman on West (asses will be Mrs. Albert Lea Saturday April 29 Is the final fund drive total now stands at

I'JItI the T. A. Brinson Purchased Thomas la circle leader. opened In Lawtey recently by Hospital on Tuesday. April 21. Madison Street. Mrs. L. O. Pow Crosby and Mrs. James McComb. day for renewing dog licenses.A $1,303.10. still more than S70O .
estate of Union Coun-
crawford. a native Mrs. Thomas Is the former Miss ell will be co-hostess. certificate of Inoculation must short of the 1994): quota. Chairman I

UJXTION: Circle Two will be entertainedat ty but well known In this section. Seleta Sparks of Starke. Marion County Sing be presented when applying for Jack: Trawick announced yester
The DAY SALE the home of Mrs. H. L. Hough. The exact locaUon Is three doors J
license at the 1111.
?"*? and Professional Mrs. Frazier Shaw Is the circle past the Lawtey post office In the St. Mark's Auxiliary City day.Mrs.. ,
oman's; Club Recent births In Shadycrest The Marion County Singing Enia M. Blanchard. Law ;

l8Ie durtn&wm .pon. or a'Ien leader. building used as a barber shop for Hospital! were: The St. Mark's Ladles' Auxili- Association will meet Sunday In MAIL CARRIER: BIDS tey chairman, reported collections

Ing front Of the day and Circle Three will convene at the many years. The new business Mr. and Mrs. Cormel: Copeland ary will hold its regular meeting the Ocala City Auditorium for an Bids.... now being received for of $63, and Mrs. C. Sullivan chairman .,

e.; All" donations Torode's WUI Oar- home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mrs. has one chair but will expand Crawford ifbusiness of Starke a girl. Shirley Anne, Monday evening. May 1. In the all day meeting Including a free the position of mall carrier between at Theressa, reported 16.23.
be Mr.
lIIe. Cakes. pies weil |- Roy Ward U circle leader. warrants. on April 18. church at 8 o'clock, with Mrs. dinner served on the grounds picnic the Starke post office and .Additional 15: contributions la-
or :30 7:00
l)flay from "j sale nrtches.| The Doris Knight circle will I said Hours are P.M. to when Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kldd of Mattie Gahagan a. directress. style at noon according to L.L. the S.A.L. depot. Complete In- eluded Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood. ,

thebenetlt will be us- meet on Tuesday evening In the P.M. dally except Saturday. Lake Butler a boy; Alvin James AU members are urged to attend Thompson, secretary. The public formation may be obtained from Mr. and )fre. H. C. Kelly, and C. .
I; of 't*> A. the hours are 8:00: A.M. to 8:00 White-head..
e J.
Idren Spastic church at 8 o'clock. Mrs. on April 2L. this meeting. Is Invited. Postmaster F F. Stump. \
the club. Griffin U circle leader. I I P.M.



"APR 28 150 .'

Chattahodchee were visitors of Springs were guests of Mr. and! Mrs. L. W. Murphy, since Friday.I I,
Bradford County Telegraph FARM' Mr and Mrs. J. C. Ilardee. Mrs. A. C, Davis last weekend. I I Jeff Davis of Gainesville and TOP MAN ON THE BALLOT
STATE Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Godwinof I I A. C. Davis were In Jacksonville -TOP MAN FOR TilE JOB
; By Mm. Bryan WhitfieldPARTNEY I Patsy and Brian Kucera spent Gainesville and Jim Brown I Sunday to visit their brother Jeff When the vote are counted make your vote
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. L.. MATTHEWS. OWNCR.CDITOMEtrry : : Saturday night and Sunday at Ft. Godwin of Belle Glade were Sat, Davis, who Is seriously 111 In St.Luke' count .

rablhJI..t Friday and Entered M Second I I I BIBY I George. urday luncheon guests of Mr. and I Hospital. Friends were VOTE FOR GRADY N.
0- Matter.. at the PostMEMBER Office at Starke, :, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strlekland f Mrs J G. Godwin. glad to know of some Improve !* <
. Fla.jth. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Partney I and their son, Johnnie, of Gaines-i Ray Murphy returned to his ment In the patient's condition ALBRITTQNFor
who. with their daughter Kay.I I ville Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A. No-'! home In Ocala Sunday after having Monday and hope for continued
(lj) 1950 formerly lived here, announce the:' land and their daughter, Meredith visited his parents, Mr and good news. Florida Railroad & Public
birth of their second daughter. Ann. of Orlant'o.and Mr. and Mrs. Utilities Commission ;
$1.60 For Six Month
M-rl >tl<>n ijli.Su Annually I
| Pamela, In the Good Samaritan Marcus Reddish and their sons A World War II Veteran Will Appreciate
and Dennis, of Hellbronn 1P81,1
Hospital In West Palm Beach I Roger Your Vote And Support
Tuesday April 18. An Interest-]I ...1 P
The coldest spring/ in the history of the weather bureau! with Ing circumstance surrounding the I
toom cmg frosts oeturlng regularly leads us to wonder who Is responsible Louis R. Dean
birth of the baby is that In accordance -
Some folks are content to blame It on the d. Yankees, with stipulations made< I How was f doing; beige Roosevelt'
xvno bring frigid air' down here in their cars; others are Inclined to TAX CONSULTANT
by a patron ot the hospital who How am I doing TODAY?.?
attribute it to the political campaign, i I.e., hot air' rising suddenly
donated $500 to be divided Into BOOKKEEPING
"ttta In a mam of cold air from Canada; while the weather forecaster $50 bonds to be given to each This senatorial election has slot of tasues-buc none more
..much chagrlnedd,are trying to explain as best they can. fifth baby born In the new Anna SERVICE Important than the ones that concern you ai tn individual I

Be all this as it may, the result has been hard on that "ptm- Dodge wing, Pamela who was end
ISN'T IT 'IU.-lhal l J y yes your family
..prrrd Individual (according to some city people) the farmer, who the fifteenth baby born there, re O your frUnrit are tharlna mere at the ....d thing
ceived the third of these bonds. Phone 229 .
.. ills either rurned .f life then er h.i.r.T
has: .had spring crops or set back.
Mr. Partney Is one of the x-ray 145 W. Call St. based
ODT only consolation seems to be that the weather has been and laboratory technicians of the STARKE, FLORIDAHOWARD'S ISN'T IT THUI-thai today "..,,1.'* earning! sadwuu.s upon years wide exp\ !r.
o averse-elsewhere, and the much-needed rain that came this week will hospital and he and his family _....*dividend.-sr.< .t an all-time Mull ience and Serving dignifies this fun.

rbdp offset.some of the damage done by the late cold. now reside In West Palm Beach. "'. ',,,,', ': .. : .;<. tSN'" IT TRUI-that thing. Ilka Social Seserity.Minimum eral! home with a superior
,end" '. have lacreesed excellencein
Wat "" I..rt
During the past week Mrs. J. A .
---- '. ..' : : overyono'i Income end ..curltyTno handling affairs of sacred discr
Chesser and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Save Time, Work, PHONE 218 Chesser and family moved from *...ISN'T IT Ttul-that matt ef th... moaaurot wore tion.
1 the Farm to the Wainwright created by reel Democrat like Beeievalt.
and Money! COLO NIALFLORIST place at Heilbrpnn Springs and sad Pepperf DcWITT C. JONES
are now at home to their friends
there. Before you vote ask yourself- H um > Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
Pounds Of Your 1 diif TtJajf: Then vote to
Dr. and Mrs. D. L. itfljc were In
9 I return to office a man who hat done
Laundry Done In Hollywood for several days this Funeral Director
so much for the prosperity" of all ,aAm.ricaa Ambulance!
week when Dr. Nix attended the Tt ,.. 1
Only I Seventy-sixth Annual Conventionof e Our local funeral home enables us to offer conven
FLOWERSFOR the Florida Medical Society. services not otherwise
,..I1.rld.'a Iwvre-f.r trOwm fees.
Mr. and Mrs M. E. Grlner were
Minutes. It Is
ALL OCCASIONS in Melrose Sunday being among
40 Washed Spotlessly those attending the open house at We furnish the highest type 'service at lowest
Clean-Ready which Mr. and Mr.. Taylor were l f / 1 / 1 accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, lsUed: g

To Iron! I hosts Call on us for reliable drug company, as payment In part or In full on it tue
(j) Mrs. Zeb Gllchrlst of Chatta-
Consultation carries no obligation
I hoochee arrived Wednesday to and health needs at worthwhile
Cents Is All It visit Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fan-
DISH GARDENS cher for ten days. Havings. We pride ourselves on
40 Costs! Try Our POTTERY I I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Durden the scrupulous exactness which
had as their visitors last week-
Service Soon I I ; goes Into every single prescription -
POTTED PLANTS end. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis!
I and their children, Judy and Joy, we fill.
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE I and U. J: Roberts, all of Jacksonville t

The Washeteria 'I ton of and Gainesville.Mr and Mrs. A. C. Carl- PHONE 79 I LOVETT'STARKE

Nona St Starke Temple Avenue Starke, Fla.
325: Temple Avenue During the past week Robert
I and Eddie Hatcher of Oxford and
I Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of

FLORIDA Prices Good Sat. 29
JACUZZI, & MYERS --- Through April


Keystone Well&. Pump;Co. NOW OPEN N Quality Line"Froth With A of Every Baked! Complete Highest Day"pro- SMALL SIZE TENDERIZED PICNIC



Across From Park Theatre

STEW PorkChtIb. h


WWFI1CS Ib. .29c ; 5''



t .



2 Ib. APPLE ARMOURS "Star Brand" OlD

Suits c Bachelor Bundle JELLY MILK 3 CANS TALL 29, Ptt;

AND PLAIN 5G Shirts 15c, Pants 30e 3 Day Service

DressesVANTS Family.Finish- 25c= 46 oz. AiCE. 29 10 lb. 3

Flat 8c Ib., Wearables' 20c 'Ib. 3 Day Service No. 2I DESSERT


; .::: SHIRTS 25 Rough Dry

COATS 60 Ib- 24 Hour Service *

-.....--.- .. MEAL. 25e33c

Wet Wash

Moths Cause More Damage Than Fires.' MAR-GCliD COLORED ARGO SUGAR 303 CAN FANCY YELLo
.ac lb. 21 Hour ServiceMOTHCHEK 1 e

IT ENDS I OLEOB PEAS 12 2 OnioSwift's '

Linen Service

MOTH DAMAGE for 5 YEARS To Tourist Courts.Competitive hotels Barber Prices& Beauty Shops at .. 29C SARDINES 1 Oe 3 lb. 1

wa coal prtrec* your >.e rw/.l.iaat moth. ( ill writing that MOTH-CMEK far 5
1( ...or.avyt for the .._... Intsn SAVE YOUR FamousJEWEL Max wet/ House



( YEAR GUAK.ANTEEO MOTH PROTECTION For Dry the RED Cleaning Truck! 3 lb.55c

Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry Can Js.

E. Can St. at Water /'/. 2S-J For Free Pickup & Delivery Starke Florida You Get What's Advertised. Starke's Leading Food Store.


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APR 28 1950'

ti. 1950
curve In the past few weeks.I|slightly l last --
week while ,
One Involved Baldwin high school Softball-she was able to playing Bebe are on the sick lUt her. Mr Belt's chickens are fry. potato crop somewhat.
"BRANCHStrickland to school return I Mrs. C. E. Belt la feeling much Ing: size now.
boys hauling fertilizer the next
; for
the day but was Mont of South America won Independence .
J. 4 school yard In a truck which over- very pale. She was also In an better and can manage a few Jim Strickland and B. F. Fair- from Spain while the COM AREONLY
automobile accident six steps again and Is now piecing cloth I
turned vmks digging potatoes this mother
throwing aJC the toys country was In revolt against *
her daughter clear, ago and suffered a alight bade I quilts. Work la like medicine to week. The late cold Injured the I Napoleon ,
Injuring none of them ser- Injury but nevertheless, did
s iously. Thursday's miss
fssws accident Involved school
hters, a fruit truck and the Jake Wilkinson e5ueL
two Bon of Buddy '
tter's driver sustained lacerations $
". a few days in Lutz bruises-none of them serious.and I 1111 Wilkinson\ill at Half Way Station. HEALTH
.odwln.. was calling on Ophellia Mazell was Injured and Aaron at this Padgett writing Also and O AuntITIhere P INSURANCE THE 6WS REFRIGERATORSTAYS 1

,Uzcns this week sell- SILENT- LASTS LONGER
and refrlg1 [

call on the Strlck- ." -- ....
a social call! -::: ....-...::.. I
\martruck wreck on the "The American Way" :.:... '. i
Jfthe road crossing tursclay I I II t.II

third night one on of this lute TIThegreatNE4fj WITHOUT.I I 1. Force on you by Government I II .

\\1 ATAINLY rOLKSt WILL Police or "Gestapo" Agents. I I I Ie.

ALCIATC rout WITHO UT. 2. Another forced deduction from ,

your pay startinq at 1% and increasing "

"5 to 3%, 6% or 9% of your

DAWiDhere ? income. I

WITHOUT-. A monopoly of ONLY one Government

Plan aqainst which you

will have no choice.YES .

health insurance IS NOW AVAILABLE to the people of FLORIDA from more than '-" '

One Hundred qualified Insurance Companies Freedom to chose your own to suit ..,.. .'..< ..v.. itrtvv




:- I :,j. Different from all other, you'll
fro v:.:.. ti find the new 1950 Ga. Htfrigerator d
6Aa, I MAIL THIS NOW 51 Is your biggest refrigerator Wf
I value. For: Servel alone has
fO ? a freezing system without a sinle .
Ki Gulf's greatest gasoline- Let Us Show You eI ( moving part.Nothing tow.ar
............ or cause noiae. So Servel alontaya .-
_"..., a II anent lasts longer.<
specially designed for today'spowerful FILL OUT AND MAIL COUPON FOR DETAILS I INSURANCECORPODATIOM I "...,_........1Or-is We.have new 1050 Serve! now rt
on dwplay. Before chooa-
new engines! 135 RIverside Av.. I ::-:;:..-c:- any: refrigerator top in and s.. e
Jacksonville, Flo. I

It's great for NEW CARS I PI_..urnlih full Information abouli l t;
and great for OLDER CARS I _".ylt.liun.n. I II n.o-p
I _L..- .1 Inc.m. ,
I r
(Good Gulf-our"regular"I.ooline-is better than ever,toot!) OVER 21 TO VOTE WON'T _LII.' I........ 7J
I Ske'
tq1 I
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wlth.wl bllgo'lon' t. m* r
1 S,,..*_
t for& PUBLIC tltc'ionIOAD II. C. BKO%1>\\.\V \ MAY 2, 1950 I 10. Not Ol.. P. O. I..> SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc.

I IJ.: CAM. NT "HfAKKE, Flul'nONE (21
DKWKY; "'AltRE.J. 1\lgr. 1 1Iltkal I
t I -- L"_ _ _I Ii -
Adv.rllsemenl) i

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JP---1ui1tlIMIlEI--ir---: ;::; : :" I -1ILfr ':- "- :_ '- ,., :. ; ". :"_::. ",: --'- ..' -. .. -:. "-':- ''_: .

eet Doyle E. Conner We Believe Conner's ExperienceCan


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.!f Conner has-spent his life on .I c ". ? 'Qv F, F a
A i 4
Bradford County farm- #
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-" 1 lie knows the farmer'sproblems h
l e t t1R )
and will eagerly t f

sponsor legislation designed -
t ,....
to make farm life more f > "

to Bradford '
A F I Conner and Vice-lresident of the United State, ";:

County.people. Barkley (above). Conner addressed a group of L e .
government officials/ including the Vice-1'rcsi-
.. : dent in Washington D.C.
. '.. ... Ie
.,'"' ". drt\. : ;I'b...- ., .:. c: : Conner receives the gravel all National FFA President (above right), an .I,
: organization of 300,000 members. During bin term as President of the
Future Farmers of America Conner travelled over the entire United States
+ and Hawaii making over 250 addresses to civic clubs and other groups He

"" I, is an experienced, thoughtful pep'! -'."> "! able parliamentarian. i

or and U.S. Secretary 1. The Land 2.' The People. 3. The Climate.

sriculture Erannan dis- The land can produce only if it N given proper care and treatment.The .
\ people can achieve maximum standards of living only if they are prop-
farm problems (right) rer erly aided.to take full advantage of the land and climate.
has People come from all over the world to enjoy our climate if they know
many valuable
about it. *
acts which will enableto TIIEJU'FOnIConner; stands for maximum:: assistance' !! to farmland and
forests; for full educational! opportunities and assistance to the needy, for
carry your problemse telling the world about Florida t

Proper authorities. The Slate has lined dmner'H Ta/ellts-Tlze Walton has used

; them. Now let' use llicm for Bradford County
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w. Conner In selected: as one of I Jy
Conner is interested in Education. This
the five outstanding young
picture (left) 'hows Conner and L.S.
men in Florida in 1049!> by d
Commissioner of Education McGratn
the State Junior Chamber
. discussing the problems facing youth '
(" Rrad'nrcl {nunty Telegraph of-Commerce (right). One ;
r'PtM !fiat .
)tt engraver failed today.
"turn a piotograpg, of the other four was selected
f. .owlalr
1fI1R1I"oner Clnn.r" "Clal..rrtn? Education with U.. S. Conner is a.graduate of Bradford County because he was considered I

l'alb) High School; studied agriculture at the mo valuable r

University of Florida. lie Is a young first termer in the Florida

man: Dependable, energetic capable. He House of Representatives.
". and experienced ,
:f' is interested in. .... .,. .... .. .
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_laws__ ,1


APR 28 195 0

WALDO OES I at Stark' *. Florida thl. April S6, i.\I cinn.IT rot'HT. nRAr>KoHi> AND NOTICE TO APPEAR See Billy JachsonVjarW.1. T4'; s
1950 .'''''v'I'Y. FI.OHII IN HAN. STATE OK' FLORIDA lot: Con Plludnall. fer Co. Ph. 185 e, 49.y\' ':
'. whos rvsldnncs Is: HUSHV] H .
Waldo Chapter No. 120.. OES All Clerk of said Court .I Purney Jr. Plaintiff vs Kent urky FOR RENT: : .-rm. hou.r ;
; ;
wUI hold It* regular meeting In Crosby, I>. C. Mason tMjh? Iiurney;; Ief.ndant.: You are required to appear on r rc. Ire hox. oar 0' 'u'earA;;
nyHI'.n;: Fteldn Building, nay Cane No 7865.OHDEH May 29, l IBex, In the above namiofiiurt 8..Water. Apl.
j the Masonic Hall at Waldo tonight wherein plaintiff ra
tona Heach, Fla OF1 PI'RMrATIOUJANIl ana rausv 91,
I (Friday) at 8:00: p.m. All Atty. for Plf. 4-28 4t 5-lfi NOTIC-K TO APPEAR s<*rks dlvtiros' Hradfuro County KKPAIHEnt DEALER WANTEn home oecexlrfA. FOR SALE. FU Chant, N.Bell Urand PrpnerPlants. 81., FOR BALK: Homemmlt r !l
STATE! OP PIXJIIIDA to: Mason Telegraph. shall publish .this Ord..rIn >.l... County ZOO m- L. H Harper ir-.Tj x? Casey 4 T. dank: 8
All M *
I members are urged to be present IV C".HCT.T ('0' HT HHAI>POIIIrnl'NTY > Millions Iiurney. whose. residenceIB' neat fmir weekly l" u s.Wltnrio All Make. tine medicine, vitamins, rplms Mtark ItpKoH Stark on Road Sol I "
and visitors are heartily welcom- FI.OKII IN CHAN.fKR : rnknown mY' ham anti official Neal II..........* raaritea.. ......t.... foorts, DDT .tc. Well known IA,
V. You are aired to appear on at .Htarkc. Florida, this 27th 01 CHIN. C. BlIKPIIKRDfoart every county, For particulars' .' I HALL:: 6 place Herklcy A. Clay. FOR RENT 6 rm. furt1)
led. John ..J. Karllk. Plaintiff VII. Hose May 29. I9BO:"I In the above named April;; 1950; "' .01......... "t...... >P". 27*) writ. Rawlelgh's, Dept. FAD. -270- dining room, 6 ,suit chairs Including htiffftt, server.Excellent ..xtenPion *. water, >3> bathe Cloi K 1 X.:.
M. Karllk Defendant Cane No. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff OKKU'A ': Irk of acid Court, 113, M.mphli. Tt-nn. tIp 4-21 table ,iiindltlon. Will sacrifice Demorest. rII r
IN (iitri IT ininr. KII"U"'OHU 7167. seeks divorce. Bradford County as n Machines I)
l'OI'TY.! VI.OHII IN IIIAN-: ORDER OF PI'RtTCATION Teleraph shall publish this OrderIn Tiv Haven (-,,,eloy. H U). NEW -. Singer Sewing available In .. fork price Mrs, Agnes U. Law.rence POI HEN'r: Furn. luau TTranire '"'
. KHV.. AND NOTIfK' TO APPEAR; next four weekly IssuesWitness .. John J. HnnnVrson, F.e'I., 482J Cola Cash & Terms are Ulnitergewln FOR eC Btsrke. BeelDrlPark.'itVITA Keyxton Holithtn. Itp elect refrlrre! 11 /I.
., section only through nut "
'. official, senl. nlul Ave. Jafksonvllla" Fl this Martin/ North <
hand and
J James: ( Cunningham plaintiff vsI STATE OF FLORIDA tot: Ron M. DIY Machine Co., 402 N. MarIon Tempi' \ Slut:
I Agnes Th..r....... Cunningham, Defen- Karllk whose residence In: 210041th at Stark., Florida, this April 26 Atty for I'lf 4-28 4t BIELECT 9 St*., Lake City V... Phone CRAFT ALUMINUM CO. wants FUR BALK. : Toiftnliurg goat: 3"yr2kl"M < t
4-11 It,
1 dent Can No 78011 Avenue, Long Inland City, New 1960.o."FICIAL ourSale. .
880, writs shop. & wife to work together, Car .
ORDER nil' Vrilt.1CATlONAND SEAM A. J. Thomas, B't cOa... man (doe And buck) $65. ANY.
( A will visit .... 824
York.You ntlal. Writ C. J. Lamb
4 milk L. B
INK dcHlrtiiK Boat see
NOTICK TO APPRAItHTATB required to on As Clerk of Hah Court. N *
OF FI.OIUDA toAitnes May 29.are 1960, In the above appear named' ny Haven Crosby. D f.K your home upon request. .t! NW, Itih Ave., Oalnesvllln, lad Jordan, lit I, box 104, Htark, Itp SELL YOUR TIMBER;
[ Theresa, Cunningham, whoaa read.denre Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ; K Herrvman, !Htarke' Fla. FOR SALE: Building\ lots for Interview. 2tp NOW

let 8514 Avenue. P Brooklyn, Keeks dlvorre. Bradford CountyTelegraph Ally for Plf 4-ZH 4t 5-19 WANTED Tl HUNT: Unfurn houseor
of new 11Blan bridge; HAW FlliINU .A (1UMMINO of any apt. Must b. clean and Highest Cash
I New York. Khali ptiMlKh this OrderIn .' wevrh44lmle. JJ. of : ., kind. Huarant..cl work Nee It R.Hutrhlns's. garage Prices Paid
HIHHPOIIUtl'IV. 9 bedrooms Want..dp..rman.ntly
rinniT 01 HT. at least
You are required to appear on next four weekly Issues.Witness is SOOxjoo feet A L.H Oroom
May 29. 19SO, In the above named my hand and official sen I I < < Pl.lMllltAI IX ll\\-:.1.I turn. farm house. for $2000 rash: 400 S. Thompson 4t 1St. hy May IE. Must he -
Court and railHw. wherein plaintiff at Htarke, Florida thla April 26, 4 I.IIY.JIII..nl. hoe enclosed yard good lawn, amrke:! : reasonable. Ph. 169 lip WILL BUY IN linK
peekM divorce Bradford lounlv 1950. .. lluth Iliidnnll. Plaintiff vs Klile, Handing
W. near
;Telegraph hall publish this OrderIn Ray Sheldon, Sheldon Bulldlnv Daytona I Gun I> lludnall. Jiefemlant. Can hlway. on Mrs.. C C. Wynn, H4 mlK Flit dirt. pat be.-... nyatrr. shell.padruppg .. WANTED: tine master barber Law. OH IN UNIT
next four weekly liuuicsWitness Reach Florida. N" 7MH. of Stark take left handrd. drive way patlnK.ovlil : Icy HarberShop. atp 612IltKUtlMO -
my hand and official seal Atty. for Pit. 4-Z8 4t 5-19 ORDER OF DUPLICATION at Cal St. bridge tf I-"WH| care Sweet tihup,
g ,
tfp2l24Foil EDWIN W.
Court St, Harks. IM INK ItAD1oS. PECKOr
It">I 0-.0'\10011 %P.... John W.
SALE:: Ullmon farm trarjnrpompletcly I'OH"!"\Iii.Es.aa........tlCHAItLhH Turner
i equipped. with plow,, / C. SU"I'I>lEItD P. O. Box 463

DO YOU WANT TO MAKE IRONING EASY? MAKEDENMARK'S Mnr1a" AT STUMP'S. IKO| A|375.cultivator.H. M. Collins Used, AHl only l..>4mas. Court .A Madison Stn., Btark Gainesville Fla
/ HPFtlH
Flu. I Ito'.'" (.1... liars Foaataiasl! -
MaterialsFOR PHEW!: T"LI|;VJ..H.N IN OL'H Supplies .A equipment Large selec Send me a post card and I
BOARD PAD 1 HOME: PHONE 239! chan. u.Hhrphrrd :. tion. Low prlre. pick service.
IRONING & ;ft Radios, Seat coverti I Phone 7911 Rol.Hay WapDlleii. Day will come see you:
& T: V. Stark. tona Peach. B.'. Hallough Rd. tf

Your Furniture +' bow ,37)' 'x a

WITH LEGS i# .' Spring Formals You're Company When You Come To A&P

Headquarters .' :
j ,
Regular Price.$3.93SALE .1'.1I .
1t''I] Ta. men sad women who. staff your ...-
i !
I ';J' I nearby A Iwsat yon to feel : .
Q ( ...;\"ooj....
....... poser their guest wh*" roe ,1.lf ,' r.
their store In .
S.95 TRICK { rear "0".11;:. ..?',..preyarallon,nd.|,.Tor....for,
Tl.erhlr!: .../.*:.' ....,.." r........ roa. ? { .....
i > We are always glad to OVID G. LEWIS sad Your favorite food. e __
1 yonr preferred brands
help with your pro r 1' I ,
you .
Cases, abelven '
and '1..1.,. are "..
Be sure and see this wonderful bargain. No storage blems. {We welcome RepresentativeYoung Sy ( rasged with. each wltb,. ..wide... plainly au.ort.en priced. ..; ;
Capable Aggrealve

problem-Just fold and hang in corner. You owe it you to visit us at any HE FAVORS O Pastel Taffetas ,\ { tell Nerelce people you I.t.I..alaatsut aed.....ready. are what. staffed I. eetu.by s

time. I. Kejx'ttl of the 8% Sales Tax to kelp willing nnd save
to yourself to see this unparalleled value ant substituting a 1% "_ION" 0 Frosted Organdy yon time sail trouble.Fnrtber. .

tM board" levy on saI.... 0 Dotted Swiss IONA YEL2LOW CLINGPEACHES your A A p
njas a moner.baek .
2. Bring Klngslpy Lake and Key Pastel t lu. t applle.Hoar.aalM to
UNFINISHED 1-DKAWER .atone Height/ Into Bradford O Organdy crfb/ns If it offers ,
"EZI CLEAN"Cbest you are aof complete. .
County If all concerned are or SUce. 1-y yu.ned w1 tb your b

Of DraWersIVENETIAN willing. No. 2j' CanLITTLE 19cHalved purchase. %

3. Make furl oil used In motor ve-

1 lilclm lubjrrt. to the gasoline 'DARLING Eight O'clock rs

$ $ tax so that trucks and buiie i ,
--5.9 $550 will pay their fair share of COFFEE 0
64 LENGTH: ';
0 l' taxes and remove all tax on gas LIMAS25c 1 LB.PKG.. \

_UH.M| by farmers "
l o Sanded I. Continued old age &HsIMtanC'e. Green

Ready To Paint! We stock 29 inch to 36 inch widths. Free 5. Higher salary lot qualified -- .
Patterns in
school trarhera. Simplicity SUNNYFIELD FANCY
delivery free installation free estimates. OUR OWN BLENDFlavor Tested Tea
1. Mom farm to market road
This will solve ;
Heavy duty construction. Stock
storage problems. It is worth Aluminum slats;.Smart design. Remember keep U.S. highway SOl In IUpresent RICE Tea Bx IQo Box Q7o
your location. Also Designer Patterns I Bags or IB I uli of 48 Jll!

much more than we're asking BO see us -th' 're cooler I I in summer I. Kronomlr.: businesslike. State 1 lb. 15c

today! Kuvernnwnt. Long Grain

8. ;More pay for Juror..*. Play Clothes ANN PAGE Prepared with Cheese & Tomato Sauct

i r I am 31 Yf''''. of age; horn Brooker UBBYS rOTTED
4ffit 10, 1918: married and have two Spaghetti 2 for 25c
.hlldrttn, : property owner and taxpayer MEAT .. 14c .
", -
Denmark Furniture Co. [ attarha In Fla. Leglnlaturethrea .
: sesHlons; World War II vet*
Bran Mnth.lrtlSt; member American Legion; "Street Clothes UB11VS!- CORNED DAILY Regular or Fish Flavor Diets

PIIONE 151 STARKE FLA. ((1)01.dv.. Paid for by Ovid Beef Hash - 35c Dog Food '' 3 for 25c

Lewis) 0 Printed Indianhead UBBBYS .

Solid Indianhead
0 Beef Stew 39c

0 e' Figured Pastel Broadcloth Pique UBBYS SPAGHETTI and 'Talco I Scratch t Feed, 25 Ib. 1 1.03

'''' It
.td e Solid Color Pique Meat Balls - 23c
: Marble Pound Cake 33c

Bradford County f\ Stump'sDEPARTMENT Sausage FRAY BENTOS. .CORNED. 18c Fresh Potato. Chips - -13c

STORE BEEF Bisquick Flour Mix 47c


Needs Jake Roberts 33c I'R J lsf&1Vi't.iiWCOLDSTREAl1

PINK :'.":... "_H' 1

For the past few weeks the opponents of JAKE ROBERTS have been ex "y L. RENFROEFOR .

2 Ig. bu. .. .. .. .. e 15c
tolling: the virtues of the candidates, and they have been decrying the ability 37c

of JAKE ROBERTS. County Commissioner YELLOW SQUASH, 2 lb. 15c
s Whitehouse Evaporated


JAKE ROBERTS is as good a man as there is to be found in this country or in the 6 Baby Cans 34c MESH
., .... p..I..II a life lens r*.l- FLORIDABAG ORANGES -Ib. 29c
State of Florida. neat .. ....c.... Co...,.. -

X. If 1 as* elected r... Coat c..- 3 Tall Cans 34c ICEBURO 60'aLETTUCE

Ills record on State and County affairs demonstrateted that fact-if it needed .le......d...tae I will c...studs.,. with.s....viewt. r.... 2 fore, 25c

demonstrating the past Legislature. .;*.
JAKE ROBERTS was bound to make some mistakes because he was trying to do something for the people of every dollar ..*nt. LOTION MILD SOAP YAMS, 3 lb. 29c

Bradford but there are other things to being a Representative and it might be mentioned at this time
County *. I will work far .... ....I.tt.. of NEW CROP TEXASYELLOW
and there is no substitute for experience and seniority in the Ilpuse of Representatives. Stale Reed !X.. 32A. .!_ .....w.a. Jergens 4 for;, 27c

t". PI.. Level Cburek. n.... FO: RICH suns ONIONS, 3 Ib .. 15cFIlESH

JAKE ROBERTS is worth his salary hundreds of times. over to the people of Bradford .. I will w.... (.. .... 1II..P7 Breeze 25c
Seat. Reads and top better ('...- GREEN CABBAGE
County. 2 Ib .7c
IT graded roads ... for _t..> ,
......... LUX SOAP _ _

He Is In the unique position of being able to I get for Bradford County and the State what no other man has born able to I'f't.- Flakes 25c Choose Fine Tasting Fine Quality"SUPERRITE" !
HE DOES TIiINGS. He baa the "know-how." He has the experience Integrity ability and friends. In Tallahassee that enable K. I will work t. .....1..* tke peer
eat .../. af State Road *... MM 61
him to do for Bradford County what few other men In this County could do. tV.K. ant) ......... (tarka mud Bath SoapLifebuoy Bath Bar MEATS

ta Bare H ..la>..' mud laiaraved. .- lOc
His strength lies In the fact that he U Interested only In public service and the common man. Pay what you wish-high price lo
He U no tool of the veiled Interest but has a]way fought for the common people and will ..-I will a.....ort k. ......... araaalar Floating Soap Large Bar price. If your meat selection d<"-" DOl
...es .. Eke vaaaty la tka laterest -
continue to do 10 when re-elected. The vested Interest hate him and rightly so, for he U a >af t". .......... the paalls.fk SWANSOAPY 2 for 25c give you complete satisfaction you V

foe of no mean ability. .. ......... aid tka kaa iwltr wanting money. Be.III'tI. buy "S*
I RICH t per-Rghf| meats. .Satisfaction I* P**

1'. I will .. wkak i cam far tk. aged. anteed or ;your irheerfully" re
Your support of JAKE ROBERTS is a support for an administration that has done much for Bradford Countyand < .........t ........... Ik. klladH. RINSO25c funded."SUPERRIGHT" money
hewill, continue to do more for his County and his people when he is reelected.A aad /ho k.l..l....-
Toilet Soap Reg. Bar

Representative ran not be a pawn of this group or that but ban to'be. a Representative. of the people. JAKE: ROBERTS believea I s llev* la _...,. aad wilt Fla. Dressed and Drawn
in the; democratic form /COv..rnm..nt-lhat a should bn run for the the of the work far lower .saea- .. tk LUX 7c Fryers lb.
/ government people by peopleand people
.....,. aad a '......1.. af .blot Ssc
and that liberty shall not perish from the earth M long aa J. P. ROBERTS Is your Representative.He load af the ........,.._ wMrkkas FOR INSTANT SUDS

fc..a .......,. ....... .. dar "SUPER-RIGHT" Fancy Sugar Cured Rindless

cannot represent this interest and that to the hurt of the general public, but he must represent las tk. aa.t aevcral. yvara.a. Joy 6 oz. Bottle 27c Sliced Bacon a

all of the people and many of these who are fighting him today do not fall to call up- 530
I will work far karaiaay the
on him when they, or their (community need something In Tallahassee Baardaf ("....,. C..I..I.. ....... SHORT SHANK SMOKED Readyto-Eat.SmaJJ

I will ..._...<. with tk. aaoalBaard Iterr. Rue
JAKE ROBERTS IS NOT VINDICTIVE HE CAN AND HAS TAKEN DEFEAT WITHOUT GETTING AN. aad wHk the (.It,. afStark lvoodburys . 3 for 21 c Cooked Picnics 37c

3.4 !Ib. Avg.
Ik ran d<* more,toy us"our county, _.I.OW', slate and'he will I do more for our county, and our.state than any other1( man' who *J 10.'la raahi. .. (...iu'1: ...._ _lf .!_ NO Rinse Beef .
may go to Tallahassee. Why'..... a good conscientious, and capable public official The pple of Bradford Coutity.'be- A ...t. '.. a>y. ks. sad .. ...fcntkaals .. Surf 25c: Tongues lb. 49C

tween now and the May Primary will draw the a..... vat aad I nup.etl.llt........ sallrK :Boraxo act Wale T Ter.IIF.RMNANS ALL MEAT!: LB. pKG.

Those 'Who Fight ROBERTS Are In The Minority !f l L. RENFROECANDIDATE OT Borax Map Tear. v 28T.ll .: Rib or Brisket Stew -_ 29c

.t Soap Balk Bar Quick Frozen Red Perch Fillets 33c
Palmolive .
> -
The Majority Of The. People Know That JAKE ROBERTS Is Their Friend .And FOR A-Jax .
Bradford County's Friend, And We Want To Solicit Your Vote And Active SupportOf I County Commissioner lie

Our FRIEND, J. P. ROBERTS. DISTRICT TWO Octagon sap- 26c

(Paid For By Bradford County Friends of J. P.: ROBERTS)



APR 28 1950


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IloUywoml Camera A Gift Shop pug, from your candidate, W. K.Eno page, from your candidate. \\'. XX [I Orange Jolre-Martin Ph. 288J.
New location: OpiwMte| Fla. The
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Orange Julre-Martin lit. 2S8J.JOUFWATCHMAKERT .

u Only, Apr 29 TUES. & WED., MAY 2 & Us Write Your t
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I'I ,, McGUIRE WILLIAM I \ REGULIR {{ Before You Need !tEvery !s

CHECK American Legion J
LUNDIGAN Branch of

...... \, I STARKE POST NO. 56
'. i rs -'""a j Baw ggSMy a INSURANCEH.
:My personal integrity and profession, barked by 't
t : I I 40 years of experience in Fine Watch Repairing is Fun FESTIVALIN
II your Guarantee; of Satisfaction. i


& 3 I ;} Hrnhuuril tlrllne llnllnny vetch STARKE
Plus Latest World Neu" & "TwoI I JEWELRY ",
LM W,aaat Lazy Crows" Cartoon I Constant Service Over 50 Years
I -
er.ar M OMBoy II
ae MSUs' a I I MAY 1st To
II I 6th

rupH" Cartoon : .- I
Jorr." Serial (Chap. 1)ION ) Thurs. & Fri., May 4 & 5I I \ .. .- .- ".'. ,',' INCLUSIVE

"Yours For A Prosperous Florida" i : '

} ,, Apr. 30, May 1M's NOTICI 1 ;,

I i .- We Have NEW 1950:
Musical Spree Candidate for 1 -.It''tlon
In Ngk.l l .I.r' 1yTECHNICOLOR I* to the Near
1 I* :4r Florida' Railroad and Public Full Width Freezer In Top Highway

Vtllitleti<< Commission. Philco 219.50 Service Center
Refrigerator - Service Station
:ttANCY HmJ safe::
t: i "I want to thank you for Philco Electric Range 129.95A
r your faith and confidence in .,
'S 5 GoES
me during my first term In Keauty-Only $5 Down

TORWwu : WANDA I HENDRIX I work this office.and I support appreciate of the my Speed Queen Washing Machine89.95Plays THRILL HIDING DEVICES .,

friends In my campaign for All Records Automatically
ANN SOTHERH re-election. ,Many people
I Philco Table Combination 114.95 AMUSEMENTSEverybody :
"Truck Load of Plus "How Much Do "'e Owe?" have told me they think this
I & \
commission is doing an excellent More Music\ & Picture ,
Cartoon Special &<'Emerald Isle" Cartoon Volume Better
I Job. for Floridain ,
: regulating bus and truck Philco 12'/ T-V Set 199.95 '

1 \J 44 lines holding down freight 5 ft. Joint Welcome
rates keeping telephone
TO CITIZENSMMISSIONER OF COUNTY companies expanding-work. 2-inch Well Pipe - 2.25 I I
ing hard to make Florida utilities the best in the nation. As
chairman of this commission I appreciate what they have said.I 5 ft. Joint Free Admission To GroundsSPECIAL ,

DISTRICT TWO bope I can continue to serve you, and to make this a more prosperous l''!+-inch Well Pipe '. - 1.30

hereby again express to you my deep gratitude,for yourt 59.95 Ice Box -14.95 I IJ I
and cooperation In the past. Return WILBUR C. KING to the J

tit your help I have served our district and county an a 12.95 Lawn Mowers Now 10.95
r of the Board of County Commissioners for the past al- Railroad CommissionGROUP
IK years Your advice help and support in general has en- ( ONE) .
is to carry out a helpful and constructive program tor the "One good term deserves a second"Paid School Children's Matinee
and in particular, for our district ( Political Adv ) C. H. Nasworthy Gen. Supplies

e road and bridges have been kept in good condition as Thursday, May 4,1 to 6 P.M.

[the money available would permit. Our district, I believe, I E. Call St. Stark!, Fla.
.ut of .the best roads In our entire county.

have been able to obtain hard-surfacing for this year for I ,.......
n:5 ithe Pine Level Church Road), This was done! by a KOCH'S RATE DRUGS :011
''net which went with me, mostly from the Crosby settle-
to the State Road Department and there urged this.road

IK'lion, {We{ Meet All Prices Advertised In SlarkeWe .
shall orever be grateful for this cooperation which the
s In this vicinity gave In helping me on this trip to Tale w a i
are never undersold-Why shop in Jacksonville w henKoch's T" I For State
to the State Road Board to this road.
persuade give us i :
have Jax prices right, here in Starke? Stay .
I pledge you my unceasing efforts for hard-surfacing of the
home and nave!
lee Road in the near future. I have conferred with mem- "
r the State Road several harilng
Department times for -
Giant Jar White Vaseline 25c
'> of this road and feel now that I can definitely pledgeat -
: if I am reelected this road will be hard-surfaced with ,
le bridges to Oonrer Bridge beginning In 1951. ASTEETH, am. sz. - 33c Representative "

further pledge you that, with your help, we will pave the I ,; '
which leads by the Primitive Baptist Church and connects Economy sz. Ipana Toothpaste 57c .
h!Road 200.
MUM medium size 33c F---
shall also concentrate on the farm to market road leading -
l Rnmnlce Road by Tate Crosby's More to Starke. Throe
her roads which we will Improve, with your help, will buildIn KODAK FILM, sz. 620 38c ,
our district a system of roads which will be'second ton -

the slate These Improvements ,will enable our farmers Sm. Unguentine (for burns) 33c
their produce Into the market.y r

policy will continue for all wise economies and for cau- Moth 79c i
Larvex: Spray, pint .s. .
careful and .
honest handling of all public fund "
public matters. I have opposed unwarranted and un- Di.Chloricide Moth 59c lr;. like ome ot .
"7 expenses and shall continue to do(> this and insist that O\1\\ ,,,\0ea"e..
ars worth of service and value I received for dollar QlW
60c MURINE (for the eyes) - 54c a.r. etnt ttam$a all.In \1' ,

shall continue my policy of helping the needy and the oldd ,011\e knew \ "
the sick and the distressed and shall see that all wor- TERRO ART KILLER -- 23c .1 ENltv \t not ant ypuna o to\."1 0en t' '1ra. ,I",' \ ,+ppn\ her 3..

are helped. Money spent in cades like this Is a wise D i have ealtiencoon' and served \\.
'!mem and helps where help is needed. PeptoBismol (for upset stomach) ., 57c A a w 1 /e1l\r'",Mary' ne &=\1\\.1' son{ '\r\\\\&n"\a1\\bOO\\ ; '" andthe aaaa in1924to
rough our County Commissioners Association of the Uradl setYe a \1 =
-P tforAC Cp tiS,1Na a cl4atoriia;uniithouKr ,
which I attend as a board I for thee \t : '
am working Rhulitol (for poison ivy) 52c letter star ke D the vh put mete
of eb bete
legislation in Washington which will bring to our ih iy Waabotnantes in : {'otil \ h\c. w men =lance .a S did _n.. .
'ldltlonal federal funds for roads which will enlarge our Pills 29c \ : "e1" ou\n Oo.ll\( ( I :
Little Liver ..rra tot' 1\\\e1'eu'
'uncle, Carter I
and at the same time enable us to lower taxes on o1u loth p 1 t 1 eP=ejpei g to

e hate Present It appears year. that this legislaUon may become law dur- NOXZEMA CREAM, 3 oz. sz. 29c "\tr\ha,la13ei1\\e.en 01 ltry: !:\doa\! ;.all to ct the etlt1c: daybpnplW0 '

l have worked incessantly with the people of Starke and :; Jere: : {ableo4ualWouldhave: d:::bear d re autkng;: th ;or nee sauna'ing
"** County for widening and improvement of Highway Nestle Baby Hair Treatment 98c 'toe vela ra \ ISuts 1\ &aa ot".e'Jtt1'e ink Iany I

'rough" Starke. The State Road Department has agreed to ,. otne1' See =a ot na:\isle \1U 9e"ra. iti 1 ca.Va\J le 1 e1\,
10[ ea \
e us about $$100.000 tor widening this road through Vaseline Hair Tonic, Ig. sz. 41c 'than only 25t is rea r"\\ tlieveS 11.\ Idrino CA "" 1n the. .
during the present necessary 1m- \ \ r n
year. This great and \\elnpung {e S the uatl chowam
bent in our district was brought about through the splenP'ratlon Toni Home Permanent Refill $1 t t. ml3P yrau: {mil SAKI'yll ,
iudgemen d d
n: wo \ '
and help of you the voters. These funds will { ) c\\arte"11. ,Aw' '
Ime, out of our local tax funds, as we have arranged for theo 57c oft IWmatu=ttY i t\OT able 1 \ Ylorid\ an3a''
\ \
{ p1
do Creomulsion Cough Syrup ph) ;
this' work from state funds ano otdLA ly lit : a1aY' :,
have eoeiving { Ci &'"
\ ot ,l
given = \
close '
attention to the duties of this office and \
1\tet niveraitYoPenrpy repreje
the greater Campho-Phenique, 1 oz. sz. 27 U S\ ue\o-
part of t Legal
my time every month in attending ton the' an" ene c.\\ 0 Young
"eM tllto
M county commissioner. I shall continue to do quali fiat ChU\onorar1{ '{be
give all time that.ta necessary to the handling of this Kyron Reducing Tablets .. $3 meat {afarion tt thegltat 1Pha pal Arapciatloni anhtadl a S a
Mt ao
work as a board member 1 desire all people In our cn D;. gat put
ota 1' ot re
10 teel e\'oe1' daMate starting
free In the future. as they have in the put, to( Sal-Hepatica, medium az. 61c accts \ .
lime and \a1'\a'9o\eT\; r\nt' 1\0 not .
talk with me and advise me at all times, day or the F1oagb 1 have ing tnwili'
wherever I am. My services are yours and I desire to see sac 11\\)6t eon ano =e oral. \ a recptn \ \ a a ot fec1crat5
.k e.with' you and be of any possible help and assistance attJI" There are no higher quality VU) \ 1\10\1\\: \ any. : t Fa ; = : ft enintet\> Dp \

rienre drugs than those used by our Cafi opt I,. n my.Fac ?a ce tpmy nei8o tor thwilla deeply F I 'etunnlnK
i Is important in all things, and the experience tot" YUork and .oeVf'01't
"I have had M your board member will enable me to serve registered, licensed, experi- at1\n't: 'king J oil eel{ hu\a :1I\Y';":ro vote r
tier In ou'Cl1'01 ,
the future. enced pharmacists In filling: '
u offlr.e t chit 4 \iq County'Yout s\neere\Y' i
of = ,
county Commissioner la an important capacity prescriptions.. Phone 53 {\ec. one )
the adofd
: most Important office in the county perhaps, is that \ni pie of g= +
intv commissioner, It handle the taxation, the businessh or come in for Instant prescription : :
he I S'tiea : t
; e,In Ipendlng to of the county. Experience In this line*is of --r service at lowest 2L )
one 'In
1111 from actually performing duty. I know your prices. Free delivery.-
actual all of
'S experience a citizen here with you
and pledge I you the beet services of which I am capabJ / .
shall 1
"(d J I If appreciate It If you will ask your friends to vote for

: at your you vote will for go my to U'e reelection.'PolU on next Tuesday May 2nd, DRUG STORE Elect W..E. nos HAYES


CommissionerPaid Prescription Specialists Tald' Political Ad .rfl..m.nO

( Political A..rtl..m.ntJ. "



'APR 28 1950 I


a series of meetings at the ChristIan I ball mothers were hoatesaca for and family have been Mr. and IDA SIMMONS: -
Church. A cordial invitation this occasion. The boys and their Mrs J. A, Ivey of Palatka and LEVEL SUNNYBROOKThe Ida Simmons, 73, lifelong colored
' HAMPTON is extended to all to attendBAPTIST I I friends enjoyed a fine time, and' Mrs. R. C. Gray, Sr., of Tampa. PINE resident of Starke and an'employe Pays All Medical BflJ
really felt they deserved this. Mrs L. H Lambert and small Hy Mr*. II. Bf. McRae of the W. L. Wall family for 42 No
By Mrs. M. C. Swceiey SPEAKER recognition as they have been the daughter, Cathy, of Washington,, Sunnybrook Home Demonstration years, died here April 13 at the ExceptionsEstate
The Rev. J. T. Creel, of Tampa victors in three out'of four'games D. C., are spending a month with Club met Tuesday after' home of a brother, Joe Williams Life Ins Co. now Bn.I
INVENTION & REVIVAL was the guest speaker on Sunday played this Maaon. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D.May Rev 'Cox of Palatka noon at Fender's store. The celebration The funeral was held April 17 in hospital I'olld..s t'O\-rlnC
Level last
at Pine
The Fifth Sunday Convention morning at Baptist service.. He services of National Home Demon- Mt. Morlah church and burial was sickness and diseases. all|
absence of the kn''l1'
bf Christian Churches of Bradford was accompanied by R C. Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins, Sunday stration Week for next week was in the Oddfellows Cemetery. medical iw-lenc. and '/
who Is In revival
[Union Counties will convene at I Sr., also of Tampa. Little Jennifer Johns, two year have had as recent guests, Bobby tor Rev. Hall Carolina.Mr. discussed after which Miss Rosa, Her relatives wish to thank the I!HdentaJ Injury-no evprtpf> |It-
e First Christian Church of I old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Johns of Texas, Mr and Mrs. E. meeting In the Home Demonstration Agent, many friends and neighbors for 'VOC, too, o u"PI'1IL)' ;
Jiampton an Sunday April 30 I Bill Stahl of Endicott, N. Y. Johns, of Grt'elCove Springs A Thomam! Mt Sterling Ky., Mr. and Mrs Joe Dobbs and demonstrated making strawberry their kindness and help during her may bf. ahl 'e ',n
th prominent State speakers and Park of the Palms, brought celebrated her birthday anniversary and Mrs Gordon Wadnworth and little daughter of Ft. Pierce preserveusing a standard recipe. ,illness and death and for the many one. Inquire today
nd a basket dinner at noon. an Inspiring message at the youth with a tiny tot party at the !family, Gainesville, Bobble Jean visited the B M. McRaes Sunday Those attending despite bad 'beautiful flowers. .
Special programs have been ar- for Christ meeting last Saturday home of her cousin Mrs J. C. ly were Mr. and Mrs. R. O Cope. afternoon. weather were: Mrs. Austin Fender --
anged for morning:, afternoond evening. Wynn on Wednesday April 19 and Gayle Johns Jacksonville Mrs W. E Hall visited her son- Mrs. Wesley McRae. Mrs B. Paul Raymond, Agent
evening services. The lltle folk played on the lawn, the Lynn Halls recent- in-law and daughter, Mr. and M. McRae Mrs. Russell Thomas, Oil consumption In the United Box 95 _
WEINER Visiting
1st, the RO.STThe and a beautifully decorated pink Mra. J. E Murrhee in Milliard Mrs. Floyd Crosby, and Mr. Les- States has Increased about 28 I
On Monday night May land and Miss Emma Lou Nash '
Hampton Junior ,
Baseball JIlt.. "
cake with two "little girl"candles last week. Friends of Edward ter Crosby times since 1900. U'10 _
ev. H. E. Steele, pastor of the Club was honored with a weiner and Ice cream wer serv- of Valdosta Ga. and Miss Barbara Hall will rejoice to learn that he -:-
dgewood Avenue Christian roast on the ball Underhill of Starke.
grounds Mon
ed outdoors Those enjoying the improved after being 111
urch of Jacksonville will Mr and Mrs E. D. Allen entertained la much
day night. Several of the base- party with Jennifer were: Keith attend ,
and can now rte
his brothpY-ln-law sister so long
Wynn, Emily Johns, Larry Whld- end
school half of each day.
Mr. and Mr* Clarence Page
den Patsy and Buddy Roark and
and two children of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. John G. F-ugsiev
EXTRA SPECIAL! Mike Anderson of Starke. last week. of Long Island, N. Y., attended
1 UAIHF.S COl'NOL church services here Sunday and
'' Mrs J. F :Johnson entertainedthe were dinner guests of the B. M.I
fr- gedialers.eta April meeting of the Ladles McRaes.Mr .
Council' last Wednesday after. The longest home run in base and Mrs. A. R McRae and
noun. Three visitors were present ball was hit by Bubo Ruth in 1919. little son were visiting in Miami
Mrs. Alvera Johns of Green Its distance was :587 feet. last week. I
'. ef BY ACME EXPERTS XL..p Cove Springs, Mrs. E. M. Prevail r>
J WITH ACME PARTS of Starke, and ;Mrs. Daisy -
rcldn Dennison Who is L. L. RENFROE? He is the leading DAYS ONLY Brand NewGOOO1i'EAR
Mrs. Jean Anderson of Toronto, candidate for County Commissioner of District -
Canada, has been a recent guestof
Mrs. Verna D. Young. Mrs, Two. )
Anderson a niece of Mrs. Gladys I
Shafer of New York City, a former w
vote forL. RI
Hampton resident. For economy in County Government, S 4 TIRES

Visitors of Mrs. Thos. F. Brown, L. RENFROE. (X) .

n ; jl1" WELDINGWe For better roads and bridges, vote for L. L. i

95 r RENFROE. (X) ) 995

ruug.p cash $16" IU ( I For fair County Government, vote for L. L.

tarts RENFROE. (X)

*10-DAY.* EVENING TRIAL PLAN DEMONSTRATIONS*ONE YEAR OIVENr' GUARANTEE offer the people of Starke Please take an interest in your County Government Go / y (Plus Tax)

and vicinity one of the! most and vote for L. L.RENFROE. (X) "'*
AmV -I modern and finest equipped, dl 6N,4Y "" ?:;::sear's MARATHON TIRE
u> Stores
I 412 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. welding shops anywhere. A Value You Can't Beat
I ;When you go to the voting booth take plenty -
I would Ilk.a free home draioiuttratlon of a fully I All Work Guaranteed ( Pay. as'little as SOc A WEEK
I guaranteed Rebuilt Eleotrolux Vacuum Cleaner, of time. Find the name of and
complete! with 7 attachments for 916.95.: I II II SMITH'S GARAGEAND

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...4V.APKH. 28, 1930

[t, Mark's Episcopal Baptist Church I i Mrs.service Ruth The Morse i lead the song I At The Tabernacle I Bethel BaptistA the weekend with his parents, I IMr. I State Farm visited Mr. E. A i r\;,

.. B.D., Vlt".arSeT' paaG+r'a message and Mrs Lonnie Melton. 'Sapp Tuesday afternoon. (
LV B E- Simmons Intermediate Day will be ob-j will be "One Man's I NEW
and the Punishment. HITHERTO IIATII TIlE LORD j revival will begin Monday at Mrs Forest Reynolds of Jacksonville RIVER We are sorry to report thafjMrs. i
served at the First | service ,
,'? Sunday at St. Mark's Baptist church I with another comes" to a close IIELPED V8 1 Samuel 1:12 Bethel Baptist church, located 1 spent last week with her By Mr*. E. Ira Men-lit la on the sick
,? church Street are as of Starke this Sunday with the,J the baptism service In 1-2 miles east of Starke, featuring mother, Mrs. F. T. Abernathy. list. .
urct morning worship Services atj] "Baptistry Beautiful.\ HITHERTO the Rev. D. E Willis of We to report that N. The E. A, Sapps were vlsltln f
low!x..,.> AM.. Church school with eleven o'clock being conducted by I Sunday Sunday School meets at 0:43: When our soul Is much discouraged trick as evangelist. Pastor Bos-I J. Davis are Is sorry seriously 111 in St I Gainesville Mr and Mra.visited Harold Shiver of the Dempsey Sapps In Galnesvlll-j t j
the Bud
11 morning with a full staff I Lee Issues cordial afternoon
\/ for all ages nursery the intermediate boys, according I of teachers a Luke's Hospital. Moodys Sunday y
.' +sse,, Junior' high to the Rev. L. D. Haines pastor. and< officers to Instruct By the roughness of the i: the public to attend the Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and Mra I Sunday. -
, I,r.UK:! I the more than 300 regular way. .rvlces'j I The A P Moores of Miami are Human blood and penlclllan arej
1 AM Morning prayer Presiding will be Tom Harding, And the we have to Annie Belle Yarbrough of Ocala :
;T, attenders. Training unions gather cross carry I ctn'R1I OF OODA visiting In this section. two of the newest and most effectlva t
mon by the vicar. scripture will be read by Billy at 6ti: : P.M. for Seemeth heavier every day; visited Mr ana Mrs. Robbie Hlnes medicines now used.
;j nurch Is' open dally for Dodd; and Delano Thomas will fellowship and When some cloud that overshadows revival Is now In progress at I Sunday I Mrs. Pete Sapp and small son f
"training In church "
n> meditation. make the morning announcements membership the Church of God and the publicIs I who have been with her parents 'i f f'I
ia na Mid-week Servi., 'e ,g held Invited to attend and join In'I Mr and Mrs. John Willis\ and ,
Others will act as ushers Noble reg Hides from I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Merritt tor '
our Father's face '
Maxwell, Supt.. is U.reeling the ularly at 7:30: P 1\1 on Wednes view, these old fashioned evangelistic{I I childern of Nichols spent the i several days, returned to their POI CY
day with more than 73: enjoying services, to the Rev D.W weekend here with Mr and Mrs. Rl
F R E E program. Following the theme the Christian ft'lkms.ilp' ; and the Oh, It.. well then to remember I Mills, well knowp ministerconducting I Ruasell Starling : home In Palatka Sunday
for the year With Mr. and Mrs Floyd Wiggins
FREE Removal Jeaua "Walking" "Word of Lit,," under the leader I HE HAS BLESSED US HITH the meetings.Servlce.t I Friends, will regret to learn of ,
For Prompt Through 1950, the pastor'smessage and Mrs Rosa Plnholster attended -
ship of ERTO.
pastor the serious illness bf Sim Thomasat ;
Crippled, &Worthless will be "Jesus Selects I begin every night at the birthday dinner of Uncle A
of Dead Twelve" I A cordial Invitation Is extended 7:43: : o'clock. On church his home on Hampton Lake. -
Sundays Sunday :
Looking back the long years I Dock Andrews In Lake City 1,
Cattle, Horses, Mules, The adult choir will be under to all to worship at the First over, school begins at 10:00: A.M., with I Traffic accidents at night are I ,.. '.
& Hogs the direction of Mrs. Lucile Oreen Baptist of Starke.Christian What a varied path! And yet the regular preaching service at I twice as likely to be fatal as accidents Mrs. M S. Hnys of Gainesville I 't
with Mra. All the His hand has led 11:00: A.M. and Mrs Gurney Crews of the \
Call( 132, Starke Mona Canova, organist. way occurlng !in daylight hours. I I
Sunday night the happy hour Church"The us, I -, i t
WE' ALWAYS COME I I at 8 o'clock features the singing Placed each hinderance we have I (YIXIiRROATiOY.tLSETEIUDIST : i\,

Renderers of requested hymns and choruses trlendly church extends a met; CHURCH '
Florida chosen by the congregation The welcome to all,"' the Rev. Homer Given' the "pleasant places" I' Ile j

INC. !youth chorus sings! and the piano- Christian Swlndall, minister of the First Cheered ua all the journey'I Qa The, will Rev.Inaugurate W. A. Logue a two of Alma'I'II ELECT L.L. RENFROE a
Church of Starke, said through;
organ duo (Mra. Lola Mann and !,
this week In his announcement of Passing through the deepest revival series Sunday at the County Commissioner District 2 f
Congregational Methodist Church
services waters, I \ ,
of Starke, located north of Starke.
"Our Bible school begins Sun HE HAS BLESSED ITS HITH t
Hear Pastor Bob Grav Sunday Night at 8:00 p.m. day morning at 10 o'clock with ERTO. on the Jacksonville to the Rev.highway J, D. Wllliama recording --:' .The tax load in Bradford County has been steadily Increasing v ,
: The Clyde school Colson hour as will superintendent.be cut shortIn Looking forward never doubting pastor: The services begin for the past several years. In of i
each T:30 o'clock case
evening at :
STARKE THEATERS ANDSTROMBOIa' order that the Lord's Suppercan and the public Is Invited to attend '
be served at 10:30 tor the His the power and His the if elected County Commissioner of District Two, I promise Accident owr : ;
benefit grace; ; :
of those unable to
to make study of the Board of County Commissioners
the Christian Church Convention Numbers saved are ever mount
In Hampton Sunday. Plan to attend ing, I and to exert every effort to save, to economize. Leot friend, is> am ,
church school so you will\ not As we press on In the race GRAHAM and to lighten the tax burden of our people. A vote for

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, HamptonBob miss tinned the Lord's Supper," he con Nothing can withstand Cod'spower I I By Ain John McKluivjr Hen fro* In: a vote for economy. Accident Policy ''

"To save by many or by few",
Gray, Pastor Christian Endeavor 'will com- Charley E. John
He will lead us In the future
Leonard of Sanford Commissioner District 2
mence at 6:3.0: Sunday night, followed McKinney County ,
Bible School 10:00: A.M B.T.U. 7:00 P.M. by the evangelistic services HE HAS BLESSED US HITH and Mra. L. D. Graham and children Agency

Music At Service at 7:30: o'clock at which time the ERTO.In of Holly Hill were dinner t
Special Every Pkooe IS STARKE. FLA.
minister will ,speak on the sub guest of Mr. and Mrs John Mc: VOTE FOR LL r RENFROE X
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ject "What !Must We Do." retrospection: At first only Kinney Sunday I

Prayer meeting convenes each a Tuesday evening Bible Study In Henry Oateen of rant City Is i.:
Wednesday at 7,30: P.M., and the "The Upper rloom" per week spending a while with his sister,
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor 17 Now I (("..I. Ad", Paid for by I. I Ili-nfron) '
popular "Children's Hour" is held year ago. seven ser Mrs J H. Surrency. ...prmntlna; TM.TRAVELERS.HartfordDOAr ,
each and vice per week. Leonard Melton of Deland spent '
every Friday afternoon -
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke beginning at 3::30. I

"We would like to remind I

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town everyone that the Christian. :
will observe 'Christian
PHONES Office 234 Pastorium 130
: Home and Family Week' May 7:

.- .- to 14. Let each family plan to .
be present for all services during S.. :
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. this observance as thingsare '
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training Unions 6:45 P.M. in store for you at many this time" BV IftST MINUTE CHOVGff i:

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. the minister stated.. "Watch the :
Telegraph for other announce "


r. 10th St. and Temple: Ave. ,
Sunday School 9:43: : a. m.; MornIng EBATE DISTORTION OF THE TRUTH.
Friendly Invitation From A Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic "

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$1.89 1 favor a strong foreign policy which will protect I believe In labor unions and collective bargaining '
METAL PICNIC BASKETS our country from the threat of Communiim. and a high minimum wage which provides ,
I favor a strong national defense. purchasing power. w }"
I am In favor of a farm program that will assist J.m opposed to monopoly of any kind, of t
the email dirt farmer who U the backbone of capital government or labor and will oppose ,
our economy any attempt to establish monopoly. I voted for p ,,
DOROTHY GRAY SPECIAL-$1.50 FACE POWDER & I have voted for and will continue to support the Taft-Hirt/ey Law and favor the retention
reforestation extension of of the basic principles of that law. ,
soil conservation
$1.50 LIPSTICK both $1.50 rural electrification, modernization of farm I favor the American Legion and the V. F. W.
houses. better farming opportunities and better recommendations on the efficient operation of
credit facilities and rural telephones Veteran's Hospitals.
I favor simplification of the farmer's Income I am In favor of better homes, enlarged schools: Sa ,
tax return, as well ai a simpler return tor regular and Improved health facilities.
REGULAR 31c SIZE f fCASTORIA \ taxpayers. I am In favor of extending the Social Security
I favor modification of present freight rat program so as to provide the highest possible
structure.I security to our Senior cit!,ens a;
co-sponsored Flood control legislation and will I am for a more widespread health-Improve
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:APR 28 1950PAGE
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.. By Haven Foeby n C.Charles I "'LO"").' IN IHNKlIY. -, STATE OF FLORIDA to: U) D. .
I ( 'TV
Woman Hess 10 4-OS OuarantyUfa
A1Ii11ll _. QI \,. Missing UldM"K, Jacksonville, Fla <' Prescott.,,whoa' realdmbe. and address CARPENTER'S>> CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'SCheck C.1RPE1
Is unknown.You t
1If..lnnl. Ptalntlff.
for Pit -U 4t 5-19 Laura
Located In Tampa Atty Defendant are required. In appear on
I v. Jariien It Maulnnla.
; ,
29, 19RO, In the above named 'fIt
m "'111(11'r'OI IIT. nnturonn fan No. 7OKDER" Court May and cause, wherein plaintiff On Our Complete Line Of
Louise Avery 3D missing from (' >ll'l. KI.OHII IN: (H\'I- OF PI'MUlrATION seeks divorce Itrad ford County Cool
f : It( Starke since April 10 was returned l.'ii". AVI N01IOK TO APPEAR Telegraph h I thla Ord..r"In. Enjo9,(
-?& fmvhlUarrlirnn STATE OF KLXJKIDA to: Janle"K weedy :
Pearl Oarrlitan. Plaintiff v* issues
I to her home Monday morning I lipfenilunt.. Cane No. 78B1OHIUCIl Maiclnnln Lnknown.Ynu whose .residence andaditrena In\\next...four.. mv hand and official seal Beach ilems Try One It
from Tampa. NOTICE OF PUHLKATIONANI TO AHt'KAH8TATK are In: required to appear on at 19SO Starke. Florida J tllU April 28, Plastic Of 0,
29 ft 29 Mrs. Janle Avery who reportedthat OF KI.)llir>A to: Imvl.llarrlKfin May 2V\, I960, In the above named OFFlCtAIj SEAL) A. J Thomas, Delicious
FrL & Sa Apr, her daughter was subject to ( whoM lealdence !I.: Unknown Court and cause, wherein plaintiff A. Cleric of said. Court' SALAD PL,1 I III,
peeks divorce IHradford County .
DOUBLE FEATURE: w Haven Crosby D. Ccharleii
attacks of amnesia Bald she learn You are required 1 to appear'" on Telegraph' ehall.! ..Publish: :: this. OrderIn By K Ness. 204-05 Ouaranty 0 INFLATEiJIATTRESS : .
In ..
The Feathered ed of the missing woman's pres- May 211 1960 the above namedCourt next four Life" Hill*. Jacksonville. PI"
hand and official
and.tHUHe. wherein plaintiffneek \Vltne-ta mv 8-10
4.211 41
ence in Tampa by a telephone call dlvurie, care, custody and: at Stark. .Florida this April 20,) Ally
Serpent control of the two minor children linoOKF1C1AL BEACH BALLS ,
... Charlie, Saturday.Mrs. and reitoritU. of former name ( SEAL: ) A..1. Thomaa W. C. T. U. O i,
nolan Winters a located '
Avery Raid she was Hrudford I'uunty Telegraph ahull I I Aa "'Irk of aald Court
Associated Press dispatch pulilloh thin Order In next, fourwrekl7 Rv Haven Crimby, D t', HISTORY.HI1AKEHPEAKE : l
Chan through an STRONG DRINK IN
(ippu.eWltness T Frank Landrum Starki Flu"
AND mv hand and olrl'lol..nlat Ally for Klf 4.20 1 4t 1-19: "0 THOU O SEA HORSES
"mark' Florida, this April Zmrio ,, SPIRIT OF WINK,
(iitrtir (0' ur. RRnpoitio > INVISIBLE:
) uv .
Riders of the West NOTICETo (OFFICIAL SKAT) A..1, Thom. <'o< \..' ., PI. >HII>,,\ IV "'It\\- IF THOU HAST NO NAME TORE .
Buck Jone Tim McCoy'Pius of District 4 (Theresa A. ('lerk of said Court 1 r:II .. KNOWN BY, LET I'S CALL O BUOYS
the voters Hv Haven (Cronhv I>, <*. fatty .U Prescott, Plaintiff v. Ol .
Cmnrily A Serial Hampton Graham): Ruy "Helden Selden. Building, PiiytoiiH P. I'reacott D.f.ndaiit. Caps. No TIIKE DEVIL." Include
for Heach Florida.Atty 7&04 8I NAL.) : ,
I announced my candidacy (UNION '
for Pit 4-21 41 5-19 OKDKK OF PUBLICATION
Run,. JVIon.. TIIFH., Apr. SO, County Commissioner some time I Tossed Green $]
May I. 2 ago and would like to remind the I I( .I Potato Sali ,
II !
In Technicolor' voters that I feel myself qualified:I ;
Christopher for this office and if elected I Special i Chicken Sala
will\ show no partiality. I earn- i' '
Columbus estly Bollct your vote and supportnext I mm '' Served "Ith Crisp J
.Fy',lrlc',Manh FlorenEldrlilgt Tuesday, May 2. II and l'Ic'kle CbIfo
(Paid Political Adv.J.. G. AdkinS
AIw Short Ac New 11. r.Hrt'.T ('01 HT. nHAI f()lll.> 75 DOWN r
Wed., Thur, May S. 4. Dorothy M LaClue, Plaintiff, .v.. DELIVERS I I5t
<) orr M. L Uu Defendant CareNo.
Green Promise STATE Of" FLORIDA to: UeorK
M. Endue who.* residence and ad- .
Walter dremi I*: Fowler, Indiana. ..
afarguerlte.Chapman You are required to appear on
May 89. 1859 In the above named
t, Brenan Court divorce and sofa wherein keep. car plalntlfta.eks ,I custody Prescription Service answers all of your prescription
-AND- minor child
Bradford and thin control County Order of Teleraph In next Khalipiibllnri four Fri., Sat., Mon., and Tues., April 28, 29, May 1, 2 needs day or night. We render complete twenty-four pro

MY PAL weekly WI menu",l..".ue my..hand and official Heal cription service. Call "61" for immediate service.CARPENTER'S.
Plus Latest New at Ktarke: Florida, this April St.OFFICIAL ,
1850. A. ..,
( Aa Clerk of paid Court. :

Winkler Electric ServiceTelephone

THE TRUTH 166 222-224 Temple. Starke, Florida If The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled

I i


WILL Congressman "OUT"NMStS' ) CLAUDE, itI'r

e .i ,

Proves ;


To HeI

I FACTBennett's L r: Is a Proven Friend of Bradford. ,.. Count:

opponent has failed to inject a single constructive /
issue into; the campaign. He has run solely on distortion -
of the record of Our Congressman Bennett. He attempts ,
to "fictionalize the actual facts." As shown by -

Bennett's published RECORD approval for these benefits ,
was brought to the District' during Bennett term as your


It fails. ..;t" .. ,_ :'.
Here is the PROOF. never

"The Truth Will Out." He Helped Us Get--- ---" j r,,

Carrier Base I
O Mayport : ,
,. w Jf"r"f- !
House Armml Services Committee : 1 '
Authorization: bill received ,. it izy" th
approval March 24, 1950 (house Report 1831)). Telegramof Rural Electrification Insured Bank : : :'. '
80. of Defend Johnson commend Charles E. Bennett Deposits : ;
on the effective support you have given till measure at ,,., ,
both the first and second cesHlon of the aid Congress." :

New Post Office At Gainesville: Federal assistance to building our local Minimum Wages ', <.,'f I

Telegram to Charles E. Bennett from W. K.Reynolds, Com- school buildings .
mlSHloner. of Publlo Buildings: "Gainesville Peat Office Selected "
Feb 8, 1050, under Public Buildings Act of 1949.H m Camp Blending I

$900.000 Harbor appropriation Developement approved by Project House of At Represent' Jax:** Federal contribution to Old Age Assistance Federal Aid for farm road

lives October> 5, 2949'(Congressional Record 14118)). our system

cj. New Veterans Hospital At Lake City: Cheaper-and better school lunches watch them improve i
-Telegram, dated April 17. 1950! to Charles K. Bennett from
-On. Carl Gray, V. A. Admlnntratori "A. I told you And

Florida, funds delegation to erect here new S30-bed I:expect. bulldlna to request: Lake In my City 1931, Florida budget -, Better farm prices Aid and Education for Veterans I IJULLIL Ii i

Hospital. This request to replace beds In deteriorated ,
i ,buildings where. maintenance. has become excesHlve.: .'. .
Bennett' has also fought for veteran's hospitals at Oalneavilla -

''tbouaing.s and. Jacksonville.; veteran's pensions, schooling and. He Is A Baptist, A Patriot, A Veteran, Southern Born and. Southern Bred.

Sound Government

f These Charles needed E.and Bennett essential fight benefits for' maintaining secured. while a Congressman sound national He has fought always for the underdog, for the little man, for a better life for all of us, for a '

I and balanced budget by (a) supporting reorganization .
economy bills to eliminate. waste and bureaucracy andb strong, happy, contented United States. IF HE HAD SOLD OUT TO BIG BUSINESS HE

(Record) supporting.for the cut following In foreign record spending votes 11561(See;page 13817 of 12039 1949; WOULD HAVE HAD NO OPPOSITION THIS TIME, and there would have been no

'8240). Bennett pledges continued vigorous opposition to <'\ : MILLION DOLLAR SLUSH FUND to make and spread false and misleading
Health Iawuraacel statements
-the Truman civil right program! ,..'
and all other dangerous socialistic legislation. about him through paid workers and big newspapers.

41 Undisputed Benefits:
Bringing to District all Federal Naval stores research laboratories -
; flitheries' research In Gulf; opportunities for localp

oil legislation. ,

Bennett'sDoNothing" Opponent: .
Has failed to show a comparable record In his entire term. -
He will not discuss 1_ He has failed to produce his record

or program. The people are asking-Just Where Does He is FOR A BETTER STRONGER AMERICA WITH FAIRNESS
Bennett' Opponent Stand on the Important National I..suesWhere OPPORTUNITY AND DECENT



Congressman Charles E. CLAUDE PEPPER.

Re-elect BENNETT 1 1P.Id


( Political Ad..tI..m.nn


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-------------------- fl--' BRADPORDCOUiTYTELEGRArH. RTARKE. FLORID

Go Slow And Easy When Cashing In pencil ,
Setter or checks that showsigns Ancel O. Brown One Of Trio Getting Award ed and will he ancreclated.Klnceiely fared for sale to the highest and I Klxle: Cor win. Defendant. Cat
For Strangers Sheriff Cautions of alternation It you cash I yours beet blddei (*n Monday. May I, A D 7S58.
Checks a raised check For Sucrfirestion That Will 1* I: ttenfro. 19110 at 10:00 !}clock A. M. ORDRFt OF1 PHfLICATION
you can recover Save Thousand
-- - ___ ___n__ Condition of the sale will requirea ANt'> NOTICK TO APPEAR
.A .tranger Is not always aook of bad checks each year. but it only the amount for which the I'll., 'riioni.. nntnnDlftTHKT cash offer and guarantee that STATE UP FLORIDA to: ElCorwln t

oIm but a crook Is almost al- Is known that the amount far check was drawn originally. The Ancel O. Brown former resident Prior methods have proved cumbersome I I theotvra. of Hrailford TIIRKNTo County: the will building he Including removed foundation. la', ,whose&l. resld.nce Jackion ryd. acdrea
completely *
rrom nu
( stranger." This excellent exceeds tonnes from all other difference Is your loss. of Starke, Is one of three employ. unreliable and very costly Having' .; had. the. privilege of ...r..' the present, site before Jun S, A D Bronx, New York.

of ay'. )1 advice was recently 1s7 crimes combined. S S ees of the Waterways Experiment On one project alone It Is estimated Hoard log. an fr.iin a. member residence of Dlnlrlrt tho Hrhool No. 1 1960. You are required to appearMay
o ce 4 Don't cash Station of Vicks. (Kronkar Hid may b. left at the office >2, 1950, In the above cam
the Jacksonville policen'nartment Sheriff a rtwrk out of Corps Engineers that the new method would and New River) for Ih.p..t *
oils nv Reddish strongly recommends four and having worked t>t the Clerk of the Circuit Court In Court and cause. wherein plalntl
In ,an attempt to make I business hours or on Sunday. with. burg. Miss., who received a $273 have resulted In a saving to the faIthfully yearn for the advancement of the County Court noun 'In Htark seeks divorce. Itradfurd Coun

more "bad check con- that Bradford County out rigid Investigation. Bewareof cash award for a constructive Government of J10.00O.! "This $hnoln In the county an a whole I or Hoard they; may be presented to the ;Telegraph shall publlah this Ord
of .
public for County Commlalonr* In In next four weekly .Inue
e merchants hereby announCe' candidacy
read and remember out-of-town checks, unless cer suggestion leading to a monetary figure i Is modest when comparedwith my peronThe hand .
0-"'lret lion to 'hi.I office.I Wltnee my and official' *eat k
Ions tatement has the hearty the following 10 points stressed tain of the presenters identity saving for the U. S. Government, the possible savings to the I I .am .a lifetime reeldent of the llIhl t9 reject any and all mark, k'iorlda. this April 1 4
the bid In hereby reaervd 1HSO.
ThIs by Jacksonville and Hrooker .
the Ht .II..n and have linen
police check's aprnpei
depart Corps of
of Sheriff P. D. Red- validity. Brown and his two coworkersIn Engineers as a whole ', Authorlled. .
dorlMment ment for the ly owner ant taxpayer for by the Hoard of Cnuntv (OFFICIAL SEALS A. J Thom. If
almost every week. : protection of busl- 5- Don't (.& h bank counterchecks the Soils Division. suggested It was said. more than SO year I formerly ('ol1lml..lon. oC llradford County. A* Clerk of said Cour
,Ish who less men against bad check artists: "This mud method process er\i'd an School Trimtet* In :my rtlnIrl Klj.rldii. thl. 3rd day of April By Mavn Croaby, D. C. .
more complaints Also even though a new method of obtaining undisturbed constitutes A, I* lOtO(1"FiClAf
celv one or I a check 't and have tmrv* tl aa chaliman. T Frank t.a ml rum. Stark., Fla. 'II
merchants who have I-Don.t let a check passer hurry appears to be a bank cashier's samples of sand from below one of the most significant of the County. School r\mrd Cur tho ( ) SKAT.) A. j. Thoma.. Atty. for fit. -2l ft 5.1't ,

rm (lOcal for strangers and you while you are examining or certified check be the water table. The principal advances In field exploration of I pant' t two years. I .-1 4t 4-28 __ C.kf'll ,
ashed 'hecks just as care. AH a rut her of five .children t IV (IKCtir roi NT. HRtDFOR.
bounce. his check. Remember, It is your ful about it as you are about feature of their suggested ; soil which has taken place In ; vitally. Interested In all children am 1111'1 u'roi iT. nn ti>K''iit> <-''' .dI.FLOllII) t| l .l IHAN I
them per- ( ''1'1'' "" .
id the attitude of many mer'iants money. oonal checks. method which Is described as "re the last ten years or more" the I I -n fiullltlvH I pruvldlna: for; 'the'them'best An educational 4-5:11): .0111" ', IM I H1\ r'J'HY.Thurber Conman Plaintiff. 'vMiidnre

Since is to regard losses througn 2-Don't cash a check for a 6-lon't ('a..h (hf'ck. for Juven liable practical and economical"la ''I VIcksburg announcement imld pnlrnn' and an ailmlnlxtiator at theohnie a John Kllit'K Herman: .AnplnwHll. Plalnllff v*. B.. Coflman, Defendant. Ca
Aeplnwail Uefemlant.' No. 7HS4.OltHKR
'e8 stranger unless iles. the use of relatively "Not only Is a substantial savingof I am familiar v* Ith the ..
: ad! checks all something to charge he has positive They are not legally responlble. -' heavy transportation; Hfid: other school Cane N 7M6D.(> : OK PI'P'I.tr'ATro-r:
many crooks Identification. Remember that Often drilling mud to regain the sampleIn I man hours and equipment costs problcniN of tho county.Vhiia Oitllit III" "p.t.lrATIOS ANt NOTICR TO APPEAR j'
experience. they
n ff to are runners for the afforded but also and of AMI I Nt,-ri'i< : i'c A I'S'bA: it STATE OK FU1HIDA to: blat. (
Social sample tube withdrawal great..rImportant'e. I \ ihe financial ultuatlnn for
Security cards during
iirlve by passing a few checks I I and auto gangs of check crooks. Iho HTA1K OK" rM.OHir to, John H "Coeman whose residence an
on to license permits easily be from the bore hole. Is the fact that undisturbed xchodlK uf lha Mtal aeemacritical llermun Anplnwall.. whon residence a.lil reel !I., 833 fitution Sires
moving an- can
7 .
then tltltt tlnit I
1 ::1 l a ">|ty -When the check I I" presented" samples of sand at' am happy to anti address IH: Unknown. Korheiter New York. Ij,
and so on. It Is 1mosslble -I ged or stolen. Officials at the Vicksburg station may now Mtatcthnt our cifttitityN m'hoeil? finn You You. to
place, with an endorsement : are required' to appeal, on are required appear oMay "
ther mini .
already written be obtained ciindltlfin ranks a* one V>f the
an economical
on and
aa"p May il 1910. In the aliove named 28. 1DDO 'In the above nameCourt "
how much
to estimate 3-Don't cash checks signed request the presenter to re- said "The new method Is no practical basis. This makes .licnt In the HI m.. Court. and C."... herein. plniit itt and callus, wherein platntlf Ii
i.s l lost through the cashing with a rubber stamp or written endorse It In simple It seems unbelievable that possible t tmaerved. you to the best of seeks divorce Kradford County seeks divorce ITadford Count '1'
oney .
your .
presence. the determination of characteristics mv .Hlilllty\ in the pant ami prnmln' Telegraph shall publleh this Urder Telegraph 'shall publIsh' this Ord
S e specialists in the soil mechanics I of soil deposits which \In that I will runllmin to do no III the II> next four weekly I I......... ;In next four weekly: .Issue, 'f
8-If field throughout the world future If re-elected Wllneea mY he o.l and official' Kealat Witness my hand and official .ear '
Hadcicol l Helps Grocer you art a merchant be not hit had" the past wf're'consld..red practically Your vnta and atii>pnrt will b. *p. ..,.,k.. FlorIda. ihl April to.,I Hlaike. Florida. thli April 1
careful when cashing a check for upon the Idea before. I Impossible to obtain.J. predated bib.OYFiC' I9DO. (
considerably more -H. n. Croeby.l .1 KEAI.l A. J. Thomae' (UKFICIAl. SEAL'! A. S. Thorns, J,\
than the Aa Clerk of saul Court. A.. Cleric of laid Cour
amount of the purchase. % C'IIII'I i iri ni HT. Bit %tFORD Hy Ha* i Crniby. I ll. l': fly Haven Crosby D. C.
Work Hard Long HoursThere Inman CompletesWildlife R. Quarles 101 %..1... Vl.OBli.. S i I'" III ,.... Charles i |ie.., 104-xuS Huaranty. ,iT Frank. Landrum, Stark Fla t ,
9-B e sure the thee kin one of Serving I C "::11". I Life Ill<.. Jatkaonvllle, Flit. Atty fur Pit. ''t.n 4t (- .
an existing School PHII! !;. Mnnre. Plaintiff, v*, Yvett Ally for PIC. 4-J1 4t 611IM ,,
concern and be sure As Provost SergeantAt :More, erndnnt ('....... No 78n. iv TUB c'mri'ir f'OI'RT F.lfjRT
*e bank shown Is an existing OI1DK1I Oh' rtTHU-ATION Iur'lr roi n'r. )U''OHn> ji i>in U. <-IH('i'IT. IN AN It ro
Is plenty of hard work A lack of only a mail amount I bank. Wildlife officer George H. In. German Post AM NOTK'13. TO AITEAR 1'lbl S 11. ..L'I f" 1.11 5 %. SIRAII'OItb) cuivrv! FLORID
and long hours in the retail grocery of the B Vitamins hyATt: ".. PI.On.inA to: Yvett KHI.Virginia. IV < I1SrOCERY.C. \
business and this is especiallytrue : Minerals and certain 1ft-Don't man hu just completed a 30-day Moore, .. hi>... ....Id..nc. and ad- Whaler' Plaintiff P. PHICHAHD, 1
will cause digestive aowpt a bankbookas Sift. John R. Quarlei, a memberof dress In' : Unknown v*. H II. Quinn, ),, .:::r.t.:; (Can No.! : Plaintiff
for Paul Earnhardt. 810 turbances Your food will identification. Phone the bank. course of Instruction at the Game the 7815 Station You are required 'to appear on U6T.ORI v.,

South Church St., in Salisbury agree with you. You dil.1 Should you be In doubt have and Fresh Water Fish commis ComplementUnit May. IBIh, 1\150. In the above named >I'R: OK. PUin.lCATION BR8H1B:: MAR PnlCHATlD.
N. C. Mr. Earnhardt works long suffer from heartburns or Augsburg Military Post. Court: and cause' wherein plaintiff : ANn NOTiCE TO APPKAIt Defendant
st the Earnhardt Super and gas reasons to believe that a check sion's new Officer Training Schoolat Germany recently assumed the Corks divorce, I Hradfnrd ConnIV : STATE: OF FUIHIHA to: H. H onr>KK OF PUBLICATION AND !
hours food
your will sour on presented to Is Telegraph' shall puhlUh. this Quinn. ..h..*.. (eeldence and addreee NOTICE TO FIlM ANSWER OR )
res. Market in Salisbury one of the stomach, and you will not be able you forged or Wllllston. position as Provost sergeant. Urdcr In next four weekly leaueeWltnemi !is: ileneral Delivery, lieauvllle, North OTHER I'II'AIINlS I
largest and moat modern grocery to eat the things you like for fear I worthless call I Sheriff Reddish my hand and official Carolina.. STATE OK "'I.oI1IDA TO
stores in that thriving section of being in misery afterwards. and try to detain 'the The school located at Camp I Quarles a native of Brooker seal I at Htark*, Florida, thl. April You' are required 1 to appear on UK! US,110 MAK PHICHAnn. IMapie.had. .
North Carolina.The presenter graduated from Bradford High IZth moOKFK'Mr.. May. li, 1950 In the .above named Avenue, Norfolk VII
of Many people also suffer from con. until police arrive. Blanding last year. was moved ( HKAT.) A. J. Thomas. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff. glnla.: 1You
grind began to tell on Mr. stipation. And while these symp. to Wllllston I School and then entered the U.S. Aa <*lwrk of *ald Court. seek divorce, Bradford County. are required' to serve you]
Earnhardt about three monthsago toms may be the results of other and reopened March Marines at Parris Island S. C. on Kir Havrit. froeby P C. Telegraph shall. .publish this Order answer or other pleading on Tue{
and he wondered for a time causes, they are surely and Recent Deeds 1. It Is scheduled run until October 16, 1939. <'hit.. It lleea, 904-08 Guaranty In next four. weekly iKeueHWltnemi day,, May la 19(0, In the abov* nar
he would be able to cer I I.lfo IIIiitJacksonville, Florida mv hnml nnd 0"1,1..1..1 ed Court and cause, wherein plali' '
whether tainly the symptoms and signs of the opening of the hunting season During the he Ally for rif. 4-M. 41 6-5 .at Stark, Klorldii. this. Apill, U. tiff **..k. a dlvorr Hradfofl
carry on at the same rigid pace. the lack of the B Vitamins and Recent deeds recorded in the war served with innoOFFICIAL County Telegraph shall publlah th|
But that was before he heard Minerals which HADACOL courthouse Officers selected to attend the the U. S. Marine Corps and participated 111 <'1111'1'i >'nt n"r. HH. tnrontiin ( "1'':"'.) A. J. Thomai, Order In next four weekly leiuef ''I
the blessed news about HADA tains. were: I In the <' > n.ottiuti I IMAM.tour. Aa Clerk of paul Court Witness my hand and official ael
if Invasion of Guam
you suffer from such Dorsey Fate of Hampton to Wil- school are instructed In law en : Mv Haven Cronhy. I D I': at Htark. Florida, this llth day
COL."I a disorder, there is no known lie L. Keaton with the 3rd Division. Later he i) orne; W, Htory: Plaintiff: vn.Th T. Kiank T.amlruni, Htarke. Tin' April I 1160OFFICIAL.
have been taking HADACOL cure except the administration of of Hampton. Track courtroom demeanor served tut basic .'H' ii Kri-oliinl: Story, LKifrndunt. Atty for Plf .-11 4t -U ( $SEAL A. J. ThomAs
for three months." said Mr. Earn. the Vitamins and the Minerals of land In the NE cor. of lot 3 in public relations and fish and game a training Instructor (Can No. THUSOHHKIl -- Clerk of paid Cou
hardt. "1 was the N with the Southern CaliforniaUnlvt'I'slty. I IIP.) PI'mfATlfWANI IV ('HI 'III' 1'1 It r. 11I''I.IIlnl. Hy Haven Crosby, I>. C J
which your system lacks. 1-2 of the NE quarter of managment. NOTII'K" : 'r.. AITKAR I'01 ""I'w, rl.OHIOtl IM <.It ': llenrtf I.. Patlen, I*. O. Box 41Starke. ,
weak. run HADACOL contains not the NW quarter of 20 Warden HTATK: OK .KLOIliriA tin, TI..... ('r:H I. \1.1 I Florida. '
down had ,difficulty nervous ,, ; one. but 5 of the B Vitamins.only 7 S. range 22 E. sec. twp. honor graduates Inman in was I his one class.AIVAPF7' of. 20( On December 31, lotS/ he joined done I....... KicolHMl la: : Unknown.toI tory, v hone real- r... nov It ('...rwin. Plaintiff, Ally for Plf. 4-fl 41 5.ades.4. :

sleeping at __ HADACOL contains not only one the Regular Army at Loa Angeles Yon. nri reiiuiiwd 1 to appear. on
but 4 of the Minerals. MJIV IBIli I Silo. I In the abov, .
necessary Calif, and then was stationed at namHI
night.indigestion nervous 4' It comes to you in liquid form. STORE Fort Ord Calif. A short time tiff| <\iui seeks t and'divorce citime,Tiraitfnrd wh *roln plalh-Conn-: : I From where 1 sit / Joe MarshHis |j
easily assimilated in the blood MenCkthing I .. /
disturb I 1111 tv TrlfKinith shell this
gastric 1i / later he was assigned to the Criminal puhllah :
aches aIR ces.suffered headfl stream right away.It so that. it can go to work Established. 18i>4 |II/If IIIfI|| I Investigation School at Camp (I''t11! In...nest rny tour hunil weekly and 'tonne officisiCciii : ; I -

at Ktaikd, I'MnrliU.. thl. April
with stomach Is easy to understand. therefore I I Gordon Ga., Criminal Investigation llth !IHSOOKKICIAf. .

bloating and why countless thousands I Division. ( SKAf.'! : ) A. J. ThnmaKAn Punch i
have been benefited by this I I'l.rk of mid Court
gu pains amazing -
After graduation from that \ ,
rv Haven Croiiiiy D C. ,
tonic HADACOL. So it matters
heart. After my the Mr. Earnhardtthird not how old you are or who FOR YOUR A pi 4 f-k REQUIREMENTS school he came overseas and was Kay Hoaih.. HHdcn.Florida! .Hclden. Uldv ,, Daytona is His Signature f

bottle, I started gaining you are it matters not where assigned to the 15th ,Criminal Any fur fit, 4-U 4t (.5iiiutir ..e *4e...
weight, had no gastric disturbances you live or if you have tried all Investigation Detachment. Atiirs-

,! headaches or gas pains. 1 I the medicines under the sun
never felt better and work long this wonderful preparation assignment.! I 4 ..:an.rl..nll", City the other day and when the your ticket I II punched differently

hours. I recommend HADACOL.' HADACOL. a trial. Don't go on : PWI"ANI: GAS Caruso, Plaintiff vnArmando conductor time around. I asked from mine ft still gets you wh.r
Mr. Earnhardt like suffering. Don't continue to lead t. Caruan DefendantI'aHe .
so many
i thousands of other suffering peo- a miserable life. Be fair to yourI I GAS Appliances Perry Kemp No 7I.1SOHIIKIt him why their ticket punch. make ;you're going. Just like people with ,

if pie had tried many preparationswithout self. Temporary relief Is not A.NFI: NOTII'K' nV) :PI'tllCATION TO. AITKAn aurh odd-shaped holes in the ticket. their opinions. You might like coffee

beneficial results before enough for you. Give HADACOL Receives Promotion ST\TIO UK ''') '/ Armuniln "Every conductor In the country ,, another person tea-and 111' ,

f he heard the wonderful news a trial. Accept no substitute. i SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc. I I.Navy.. ('..,Walk u.... whose'7!, I'lntelta residence CariiHo la 115 has a ifferent| design for his settle for a temperate glass. o

about HADACOL.Mr. Insist on the genuine A former Navy man. Perry J. 1"I'ookn! New York. punch" ho tells ni.. "Some even !beer. But'what does It matter s
Earnhardt puts in long COL. Kemp 22 whose father William You, .ai e reiilrer1| to appear on
bard hours at the Earnhardt Sold at all the E. Call St. Starke. Fla. May 1 I5lh. i 1(1( HO. In th. above nnm- show up a fellow's preferences. 'Iqng. as we respect the right of th!

Grocery store now but is again stores. Trial size only $ .HADA.1 resides at Law ley, has recentlyb'en nit Court .and ('A".", wherein Now take mine. Tho hole It makes other to have tastea and opinions '

his usual cheerful self and when save money-buy the promoted to the grade of plaintiff nf Meek maiden dlvorit name.. .and HradforrI'oiinty reHtorntlon 1- looks like a beer goblet." We're all trying. to go In the earn
his friends comment on his improvement and size Corporal In the United States Air
ily hospital Telegraph shall publish
FOR ALL TYPES OF Sure enouicht Then he went direction toward.* a friendlier
I he advises them to We are so firm in our Force at Boiling Air Force Base, his (),ld.r In next four weekly I I.. onto ;

I give HADACOL trial. that HADACOL will help you$3.IIO'j PEST CO N.T R 0JL Washington D. C. according to Hue say that the punch I la jut like more pleasant world for all of u
Wltnena hunil lc
my .off |" .
Mr. Earnhardt was suffering we sell HADACOL a announcement Gen. eat at Nlarka Klorlda"th1, j : April th*conductor'* signature| Make it
by Brig
from a lack of B Vitamins and back guarantee. If you .don't feel Uth KliO to Iran ticket. .. to check .ilCa.t4
the Minerals which HADACOL perfectly satisfied after using FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand 8, D. Grubbs commanding gen ((IKKICUI I MKAI.: ) A. J Thomas, easy up 80e

contains. HADACOL comes to IADACOL as directed. just re- eral of Headquarters Command nv A. I'lerk of eald Court If something happen. .
Croehy, II. C.
you in liquid form easily assimi turn the empty carton and your CHEMICAL CO. USAF at that base William. H. MorRHii,, /Rl)7 Clark
lated in the blood stream so that will be cheerfully refund. ,lllig, I .Ini.. -
money kHrmvllle Kli>rl 1.li. ConritKl. 1950. t'lutfd Stases Brnnn Faun t.
2150: N. Ala. St. Gainesville Ph. 6035 Corporal Kemp enlisted In the
it can go to work right away. ed. Nothing could be fairer. Ally frir Plf. 4-M. 4t J-U
Termites Rodents All ,Household Pests Navy on February 19 1949 and rti.i. Voit

Moth Proofing Flame ProofingFree served 11 months overseas. Upon Nolle I IK hereby alven nm that' the

CARPENTER'SPHONE receiving his discharge he enlisted Hoard of County t rimmlHHlonera: ,,f

Inspection anil Estimates; Given by Graduate In the Air Force on July 13, Hriidford Heated County,hide Klorlda at the will(County! ret.elve -

EBtomologlftt (University of Florida). 1948 assigned to the 1103rd Main Court Il.ue In Htark, Klorliln. until .

64 The *3Wl g. Jton STARKK:, FLA. Dempsey R. Sapp Roy V. Rolf tonance squadron at Boiling as a June 10.00 B,' 1450 AM, Cor n'tl.xk the urnlnhlnic on Monday.;; <>fall #;,

Machinist. labor and material and for the
erection iif .. oounlv iull I I l.>,I lldi.i e the
-- Prior to his enlistment In the crc't..tt. Htarke. lIra'tfordiin.; ; ;

service, the airman attended Brad- ty Florida tinder the ,provlNlnn of
Hectlona lift 01 and lOS 111, .Fl.irliln.Htalute .
-'eaianl ford High School In Starke. .. and KeKolutlon' No. lOt
I Boiling Ir Force Base, Corporal adopted hy laid' Hoard, and aicord- rCtE/: '
i Ii \\ng to nlanif 'and epenlflcatlon I now
E'tdff-: ; Kemp's home station will be the I I nn file, In the: office ttC A.J. Thnmait.

I I site of the Nation's celebration of Clerk, of 'circuit, Court of llradford/
County nfflrln' Clerk
Armed Forces Day on May 20 of aald i :,1"a10,1.a l County CourtllnuMe ,

with exhibits the In Htarke. Florida Moth plan
by Army Navy. :
and spe.ifir'ation., are vallabl, to ;
Marines, and Air Force. bidders at the office of said Clerk
and .also, at the office of las Camp.
bell Itoa-ora, II, Architect of Winter I1' '
Park. Florida' Financial. detail '
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS are available at the office of isIS
i Your Leading TRUCK BUY. Clerk.A SAFE.
certified check or bid hand In
the amount of "... (II) per cent of
FOR loVelY e'owwissosaDIFITHICT : the amount nf the hid mud accompny /
I KOIII.: all bids for the purpose of
whatever your hauling need I hereby announce to th* Democratln good faith. : all unHucceeeful bidder
Voter of County Comml- cheek" will be returned rompllyt I
loner Klelrlct Nn 4, cnmprlalne. the eucreiaful bidder check, will be
I the Preclnota of Oraham. Mamptnn retained until a contract I i. entered
and Thereeea. that. I urn a Candidate 'Into and performance bond furnish
to ucreed myaelf an County ed, the Poard reserves the right to
I Commlaiiloner subject to the Prl reject any and alt bid and. tu. waive .e H.
) marie In May. Informalities. ,
t I am thornuwhly' familiar with This notice t. 10 b. nubtlKhed In
the duties of the office sod 'If eight. cnneecutlv weekly. ',sues of
Performance -/readers Alerted I Bromine my bent effort Bradford County Telegraph' a weekly '
In behalf of the district and the newspaper puhllnhed In Htark. ,
County a* a whole Florida, neat preceding Jun i, !
Your vote and aupnort, In earnetly Ulln
Most Powerful Chvror Trucks Ever Buihl' solicited and will be appreci Hoard nf County Commlaiiloner 113481/A/ !
ated. of Bradford County, florid .
lassie n. Chantaln M o IAItltKI.I.. ChairmanATTKHTl ,
A. J. Thomas Clerk
FOR no 'Hn. nr n'IILIOIWKTHI (8KAt.) 4-14 't '-tOIHT
JPaylpadreaders (TI..'1 _
I hereby announce my randldary rntirv" KI.OIIIII.AI 11r.ntr ('11 ,.... ,
Cost lets To Operate P.r Ton Pr Mile, for the Kitard nf I'ubllo in- <' : .
atructlon Il.trlt Thr_. Carl l-aul Kredorlckll.. plain! Iff. ....
Havlnir been fortunate noua'h Sarah Kato Cro..*an Frederick,
to receive a rollese education (U Defendant Caao Nt TKI ,
Leaders 1 of V. '311 I fully reallie the 1m.n'tanc. OrtPKR. 'IV PI'HICATIOV!
I -Popularity of provMln your chllrn ANT NOT I''') TO AITKAUHTATE :
and mine with the bent .duration : OK. P[,()KIDA to: Harah
which we, a* rlllien can Kate Cr''*nan Frederick, whoa ;
Preferred by Far Over All Otter Initial' make. available to thm. residence and addreiiH' I is IS KldonMl steer6/
Thin ll a critical. time for ourix'houU. reet. Tbornabl-On-T, Tork- ;
Operation are brine shire, Knvland
hampered and may even b. curlalled You are rfulrd' ] to appear. on ,
Price Leaders I berauiie of Innufflcl fund May 15th, 1350.! In the above named 1
Unlees every dollar I. .p..nl wt.Iy. ..- ('"ut and cause, wherein plaintiff
My bumnem sperlen.'e. my seekS. dlvorc Bradford County -
education and my edtniat. tonal Telegraph shall publliih this OrderIn
W I.
Now at New lower Me.sfWhy f1I ksrnund will enable me to perform next four weekly leue
the duties of this office 'Inan Witness. my hand and official
efficient and capable manner, seal at Htarke( Klorlda, this April
pay more when Chevrolet Irwefcs eff the rulUrtmemsur Ij'i9( !ZP'5:: which If .'.c''.''. I promise to do llth. IJSOOKKICIAf.
Your oonnldoratlon.. your vote ( BKAf., A. J Thomas
of volu* at lawor cost? You get r.foad-fnavlna and your support will be deeply Am Cl...rk nf said Court
appreciated' Hy Haven <'r".hy, r). C.
pow.r.lop tAyl*).". and .xrra comfort and handling ..se Hewlett H Anderaon Carlo 10:. Harper, Attorney-at-
l-aw. :aim W. University Ave.
pAn 'll''rownd eavlngtl And rm.mbor this Th.r.'. a Chov- FOR COI'.TY f.O"'I..IO..F.R' alneevlllo' .I Fla.

roM ruggod, ....d.,. ...........4"1. 'I'tt..1To Allv tnr f'lf. ..11 4t '.5
hruck for ovory hauling |ob-.<_. of -- -; -
I' 1 the Voter of Iidr4. County:
..... mod..UI, ... MS now for America's .loading. lru.k buy) I hereby announce myself a. a 11 riiidiT ;;;i t"1". nntiirnnn.
candidate for re-election a* County f'O"'I'I', rioiiiuti iv I n ,
: fTiji7P Commissioner. platrlct Two ( Vorthfltarke <'KHY.Avle .
). I wish to state that I Shelton Mann Plaintiff' v*
stand for the earn principal that' I'harle. Oliver" Mann. Defendant.
L- I I have alway etooil for- economyIn Case No 11129OIIHKH
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: pendln and lower t..... Tour nr priiLifATrov?
vote and support will be ar.ally'' ANO NOTICK TO API'KAK': I
appreciated BTATR: OF FI/titItiA. to Charles
r _E. L. Crawford Oliver Mann, who** reaiden. and ,
rI PLUS FEATURES .dd,..." !I.' 110 Hartford. Drive' ,
I -p'p- -J FAX AHEAD WITH THESE pen COV'TYOWWiCilOERiIrIit"r Naehvllla, Tenneeeee.You I
i TWO are required to appear. on I
i TWO OliAf VALV$-IN-HIAO INOINHi ... N.w 10V*._. To the Voters. nf County Commie. May Ith 1050. In the above named

[ _- : ,v. L.4M M er .ae1 tlM I i..*_...<. 92"I l ,' Honor' District. Number Two North Court seeks and dlvorc came, .. and, wherein rentorattnn plaintiff,of I
.- HIW 'OWII-JIT CAUUlnoDtAPHAOM I hereby announce my candidacy maiden name llradford County ... s
SYNCHo-MISH JWANSMIUIONS MYPOIO' IAItAKIS AXLES for County C'ommleeloner eubje to P.u..h. publish this OrderIn
S W'D' -'ASI WHCCUm th. will of the Demorratlo Voter. next weakly issues SIC TOUt ELECTRIC OCALCI SOUl
F In May Witness my hand and official. seal
UN" In the Prlmarl
aDvANCLDISION i DISKM4 SOOIUTORODE County! I am a property' owner 1151 '
and a tax payer and I am familiar OFFICIAL SKAT. A. J Thorn**.
with the problem of the properly A* Clerk of said Court
owner and .of the lax payer. nr Haven (.''''''1'. I> r*. LOIll1 rlwi: }''lr (OIA1
'Co. If you ". a* your Count T. Frank drum. Blarke Tla.
CHEVROLET eommi.sioper. tr' promise. to work Atty. fur ::;. 4-f ti .." l lNOTItR

for' the best 'Interest of my district. j I ..... ,-
and of the County and sincerelypledge OK "'I.K
r. my beet effort In secure a !II""". I* hereby given Ihat th"l
r.i COURT STREETS reduction In lb. tax burden born old. two story' brick building oltu.at ,
I PHONE STARKE FLA. CALL & by my people. ed th* Corner of Pratt and Pwoa.4.wy [r
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Spring St', Los Angeles 14, Calif to the local cattlemen, by Joining VACCINATE: rios AT against cholera
I Scope Of American Legion Work Supporting Funds Canning: Processes George Carter Mlddleburg, Fla., the statewide group would be the EARLY AGE STATIONVETERINARIAN ductlon In losses and lilt

Reviewed At District Four Meeting Here For School Lunches Are DemonstratedIn T. J. Andrews Morrlston Fla. standing; reward of 1500: offered SAYS extensive vaccinatfe-na', II!"
Mrs. J. C. Larramore Home- for 'Information leading; to the I animals" Dr '
Are ExhaustedBusiness Woman's Club While losses of hogs from cholera Chart* !
Slgsbre Prince of Gainesvillewas purpose land, Fla.Roaming. arrest and conviction of a cattle have been notably reduced; Experiment Station '

named district commander of i Other speakers were Ed Martin has been "too good"at Miss Grace I. Neely of the thief who stole cattle belongingto during; the past few year as a aid- "Farmer, J must

the American Legion1. Fourth I.chairman of the Department Rehabilitation lunch rooms In Bradford Agricultural Extension Service at Livestock members. result of preventive measures mind, however, t.p(,

District at the group's conference Committee and Melvin County this year. Tallahassee and Miss Dorothy Barred From Roads Among those present were: I against the disease cholera still of pigs at an saris asst A

held here April 2. Dixon State Service Officer. When the price per meal was Ross, County Home Demonstration Mrs. H. C. Boyer N. T. Green, i remains the most serious threatto safeguard 'the} nav
elected Posts and their Auxiliaries gave conducted all day June 30 S. P. C. Letach Titus era."
Executive committeemen reduced to 15 cents with no reduction I Agent, an After Wyrick, Florida swine the University
Include Brady Wads worth. Hawthorne 'reports on the work done In the In the quality of food meeting here Tuesday at the Olson Felix Sapp, Joe Grlffls Sr., of Florida( Agricultural Experi- Dr. Slmpsor rero

and George Frazler: : past year. Outstanding civic programs served, the popularity of the I Woman's Club on canning. Leaclyt Owners of livestock must keep Albert Grlffls. H. C. Peyton, L. ment Station emphasized todayIn all pigs be vacnatM- p
Gainesville. Ed Martin and I, C. such as fostering American school cafeterias zoomed to such c In food conservation from theI their cattle off Florida's public J. Green, P. D. Reddish, .T, R. advising farmers to have their time because \
named del- Ideals and principles among schoolchildren DemonstrationClubs after June 30, subject Bill Powell J. M. lest, \
Castltne of Ocala were heights that students have liter I various Home roads or Wainwright spring pigs vaccinated early Ilpk,
egates to the national convention. :. sponsorship of charity eaten the funds. that the I In the county attended and their loitering animals to seizure Edwards, Jr., Ed Durban and son, pigs are required fo, the I'
ally up "Immunization of through
JonM-Langford-Whlte Post 88 drives, volunteer fire departments, School Board and the {, received' the latest Information on by law enforcement officials. Z. W. Hamilton, T. K. McClane, mats they are nandledh
convention. aid to the needy, scholarships for county of sweet andI Jr. Leon and Lucian vaccination .has been a potent and they are Riven uj
was host to the U.S. Department of Agriculturehad | the canning corn The new law, which takes effectat Conner tl
The IT. S. O. building was theerne worthy students, development of budgeted to subsidize opera-i I making strawberry preserves. 12:01: A.M. on July 1, was I Conner. weapon for farmers In their fight lad of Immunlt from tho f

of the morning meeting. youth centers, visits to veteran tion of the lunch rooms duringthe I These leaders will go back passed by the 1949 Legislatureand

J. R. Wainwright mayor of hospitals, direction of Boy and GIrl 1019-50 term. home prepared to can corn, when .makes cattle owners' "liablein

Starke, welcomed the posts of the with Scout other troops civic, organizations and co-operation were I Although the school term still I the season comes in, that has a : damages for all Injury and BUILT LIKE A BATTLESHIt.
district to the city. better flavor when taken from property damage sustained by anyperson"
some of the activities which show has more than a month to go It '
also make
They can ot the
the jar.
wan Department by reason presence
Principal speaker the broad of the work of Is believed that most of the cafeterias -
Commander Maxwell W. scope can continue to operate strawberry preserves that will be of stock on the public roads, "In-
the American
Wells of Orlando, who commendedthe Legion. session without raising the price of meals lighter in color and not float to cluding the full width of the right
Fourth District for Us outstanding Following morning funds have the top of the Jar. This Information of way".' The law defines public
by using: surplus they
the Legionnaires and the
membership record and may also be obtained from roads as being those "which are,
accumulated. If worst comes to
were served luncheon In the
the civic work being; done by the Catholic Recreation Hall. W.. M. worst the price of the meal will the Home Demonstration Depart- and may be, maintained by the
He discussed the Hoover ment In the courthouse. State Road Department". e
posts. Scruggs, Sr., Area Vice Com- have to be raised slightly in one
Commission report and pointedout I of fences has J
or two cafeterias.It
mander, was the speaker at the "
the duplications and'added event. was related to the Board that Helpful BulletinsOn been going on at a rapid rate by a+'ltlr
expenses which would -remit If I cattle owners in all parts of the
the Veterans Administration were Other guests were Chas. E. It had been necessary to discon- Merchandising State.Cattlemen's. N
Bennett, Laddie
divided as recommended by theReport. Assistant Congressman; tinue further payments to the Available Now t
Rowton, State Adjutant;
The American Legion Is county school lunchroom departments -
Mrs. Pearle Adams, Department Assn.
for economy In government and because of the fact that Bulletins and publications of Interest A
Auxiliary Secretary Treasurer;
endorses the Report but not those to merchants and other. in Met Here FridayThe ', ford for big mar comfort and roaaobffiry.
Mrs. C. B. Reddick Department funds Included in the 1949- O bud-
parts which aim to defeat.lts own the fields of distribution are avail- lit low, boii-Mction frant with ftv. mmghrw
Auxiliary Vice-President; and Mrs. get for this purpose had been de able from the United States De- newly formed Bradford y, F .._b.... ..tra MraigHi and rigidity.
Jesse Wright Auxiliary President. Cattlemen's Association The advanced .............. deign provide
pleted. These amounts, which had partment of Commerce accordingto County
law antar of gravity" and vmwiol atabtay.
GgLIV011$TSAtwita been made since the beginning of William A. Dunlap. district held its regular' monthly meetingat
John Williams the Courthouse In Starke on
of the Jacksonville office
the amounted to 3c manager
year per
who was In Starke Monday bringingthis March 31, with president Maurice
PlacedInsylum meal for Starke, Lawtey, and Edwards presiding. A new constitution BUT
service to the attention of the WRAPPED LIKE A GIFT
Sheriff P. D. Reddish recently Srooker, and 40 Hellbronn.per meal for business! community. was adopted dues for the
and This
Hampton of 1950 set at t
lXA1.PaUDVIIII current. year were
: committed John Williams to the
The publications are preparedby
represented the portion of the expense
voted to become
state 'insane asylum at Chatta- marketing specialists of the $7.00 and it was
... ....u... die hoochee.At that the Board was required affiliated with the State Cattle- for Hw second year In i a.
sad .crash.q. ..... to contribute In order that Department who are In close contact man' Assn., as soon'as the financial New York foihlon Audi.
.pp.aet fact yea wtll .seer the fall term of Circuit Court, Bradford County could partici- with the best approved methods q warded ford to Gold Md,
...w Mw wu uk..w. r.e sea Judge A. Z. Adkins declared Wil of merchandising throughoutthe status of the organization "Foihion Car of the Year,*
.w rse .... pate In the reimbursement pro- The benefit / r UI9zc ...
.Mi rucla"n (lamp too mentally unstable to gram of the U. S. Department of country. A list of available permitted. principal w a I4Jf )

Teen M eppb, ..... stand trial for his latest offenseIn Agriculture, amounting to 9c for publications may be seen at the __._.._ v.. _
ala".DI s.'t CMck. Creek a long series of law violations.The each meal served In the school Starke Chamber af Commerce and
K 1'aodes.. MaSRst't. county was unable to place dated copies may be obtained from the
unchrooms. A letter
vs. Jab 425 .Federal
yewrstr. 1 aS awd asu hIm In Chattahoochee at that time, March 30 from Mrs. Thelma Jacksonville office
.,_. sad pee however, because of overcrowded Flannagan, Supervisor of the Building,
will .. ptwd .. .
file -.It. conditions.Williams, School Lunchroom Program of : A very helpful book availablefor

was later released during the State Department of Educa- 25c: Is' 'Your Federal Income PHARMACISTS Jf Z:= '

the Christmas holidays In or- tion, was received advising that 'Tax," which Is prepared by the t

der that he might spend some time payment of the Federal reimbursement Treasury experts and written In

JJ with his parents and remained at rate was also being!! simple language. It Is 138 pages in

1 liberty until this week when Sheriff discontinued .as of March 1. It length and la printed_ by the gov- .
Reddish received word from the was explained that the Countyand

asylum that they could receive him. Federal funds budgeted for OF INTEREST IS THE BIGECONOMY

SISTRUNKFeed this purpose were exhausted be-
10 The carat was originally based I cause of the unexpected increase ADDRESSESThe FORD

& Seed Store on the weight of the seed of the (around' 40 percent) In the num- PACKAGE!
following renewal and
ST.tRKK. FLA. carob. a tree of the Mediterranean ber of meals being served In the
region. I school cafeterias this On change of addresses received by With I Ms low IW cort. low uplc.p. and \G

motion of Johns, seconded year. by the Telegraph will be of interestto high ratal. value Ford,b" tho new m@'ij [D) DW qo D"ii A4 w@nr\
friends: standard of values And In tha rac.nt
Brown, the Board confirmed the,
Mobilgai Grand Canyon Economy gun, '
reduction In county funds to each Mrs. W. J. Carson 732 Lillian officially ...p.r.... by AAA a 'SO o FORD DEALERSANDREWS
school lunch department In the St., Pittsburgh Pa. Ford "S,"," with Overdrive won the -

county. Alph A. Hazen. Box 301,. Orlando, ON-THE-MINIT SERVICE economy championship of Ira clou-tho .
: FICTIONversus The Superintendent recom- Fla. :3 full-dr. car In the bw-prk. (Uld.

Mrs. J. F. Thornton;care John's
mended to the Board that actionbe PHONE
Barber Shop'Ridge, Md.
taken to prevent a possible deficit -
by the end of the current Mrs. W. W. Hicks, Brunswick, Day 64 Night MOTOR COMPAMadison

some fiscal counties year It have ia known already made that Mrs. G. C. Kruse. Coral Gables, 4 _, ,. .r ...... & Adams Sts.It's Starke, Fla Teleph

reductions In teachers' salaries
L 3. Edwards Route 7, Box 70S,
and other
Items of
because of the shortage of funds. Jacksonville Fla.
FACT In the annual budget for this M. Sgt. Jackson D. Smith. 3301
ASW QM Supply, Oliver General
fiscal the Bradford
year County
School Board expected to have a Hospital. Augusta, Ga.
Aileen Call. Box DOS, FFC Ins., '
reserve fund amounting to about
Gainesville Fla.J. .
$30,000. However the ten per Hece
E. McKinney change from !
Price's would cent reduction In State Funds Is
Emory Opponent
greater than the anticipated reserve Starke to care W. C. Nix Travel-.
er's Rest, S. C. .
have you believe he has accomplished and If the State is unableto Mrs. Russell Judd change from
: pay up by the end of the year, '

a .lot--But l look at the Board financial will be critical.condition of the Belle.H. Q.Glade Overatreet.to Starke.3603 Mtr. Veh.

the Record! Sqdn., MBS Gp., Ellington AFB,
Section 237.06 Florida Statutes Houston, Texas.::

1941. as amended In Chapter Mrs. B. P. Walker change from

FICTION : EMORY PRICE'S opponent claim that 11839. Acts of 1945, provides that Hampton tn 1025 W. Braodway.

.be secured approval of the Mayport Carrier Ba... School Boards may have until Maryvllle, Tenn. i'S THE GREAT NEW NONOXDESIGNED
l, 1952
July to borrow funds to Mrs. C. F. Miles, change from f -.
FACT He did no such thing. The Mayport Carrier readjust their Insurance schedules Lake City to Lake Butler. '

Bate wo authorized while EMORY PRICE was your Con- on a staggered five-year Pvt. Daniel EX Tyler, change ....;. .. FOR TODAY'S POWERFUL NEW ENGINES!

fieunian. Since Ptice'Ieft Congress! little progress ha been plan, The' Board was presentedwith from North Corollna to Co. B, .
.made at this base. Invoices from the II. C. Wall 44 Engr.: Conga Bn., Ft. McClel- ,:> '
Agency and the Charley E. Johns lan. Ala. -

FICTION '. EMORY PRICE'S opponent claims that Agency Insurance amounting $12,380 for Capt. M., C. Ford Jr., 11 Or- ,

lie has obtained a new Port Office and Federal Building lee been premiums that have chard Place. Sumter, S. C. /. \
readjusted as of February Gray C. Ramshur, 228 Lynch .
Gainesville. 15, and It was recommended that Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. ,.

FACT' .' Csinetville was elected a* the site for a newPort the amount' of these be paid, pro- Mrs. H. H. Thornton Rt. 1 Box 'it. ,. .""
Office and Federal Building while EMORY PRICEwas Vided a'loan could be negotiatedIn 289 Tampa, Fla ,

in Congrets. At this time the Port Office Department'' accordance with the provisions Mrs. Mary Lee Hancock, Del- e

announces that the life will be purchased and plan drawn of Section 237.17 as heretofore rav Beach, Fla.

.but that absolutely no funds are available. outlined. The unearned premiums Mrs. W. C. Prather. 40S E.: University y
that would be paid to the Board Ave., Gainesville Fla. I / ewtsy
as a result of the readjustment =Tc
Pre Stanley Crawford change
opponent schedule valuations would then From South Carolina to Lawtey.L. sf "
he secured a million and a half dollars toward ttrainhtening be> freed to make up the shortagen E. Bobzln, 307 West 11th St., M oGRT

the St. John River Channel from Jacksonville to Mayport. State Funds. The Superintendent North; Newton Iowa. t-.HT.li

FACT The over-all plan for straightening the river channel a i loan was In authorized the amount to of negotiate Mrs. W. B. Grlffls Maxville .",
112.000 ij
wa approved while EMORY PRICE was in Congreu. for the Fla.R.
purpose stated on motion C. Groover change from Miami -
Actually only $900.000 has been appropriated for this of Canova seconded by Brown. to Brooker.

project. Charley E. Johns appeared before C. D. Brown. 5303 Astral Ave., '!
the Board and requested that Jacksonville, Fla. CARS

FICTION EMORY PRICE'S opponent claims that his agency be considered for Mrs. W. S. Gibson 404 E. Mulberry FOR US* GREAT FOR

through his effort t new hospital building will be constructed iVorkman's Compensation Insurance St., Goldsboro N. C. 'thead.ni 0[DEa CARS" !

at Lake City. and Insurance on steam boilers A. L. Sullivan, change from Ml- eol "and-tn-ban a:'" t neW ihs new NoNo.ctu.
\ ."
of the county schools. Can- ami to Route 1, Starke. "sci."tbts.WOI'\r. brini yoU th rrmana in to- new pe P, and f give.'mootlll'.ew"isor
Itop. .
denies this.
FACT The Veteran Administration -lay* ova moved that the Ou knocks older,
upon expiration Mrs. Henry O'Hara. 2430 Gram- all hUlny with .In
first some building will be repaired but that there will be no : of the present policies that ercy Park. Los Angeles 7, Calif. 1' .=eei ned tel gsne1: With the new tyyNoa c\r.-up\ gee the very heaviJyc.rbo Wout ned engineer' "you tooeven want to

DeW 1 OMutruction or additional bed. compensation was to be handledby Mrs. KermIt Bikes, Alachua g perlut neW ; wer-thrilbn. P Surging of ur" ;
hill rJ.cJc-r.bbilltarts
t the Watt ..f s miteaae\ /flOwer .,a
a agency, and the boil Florida. POet wWlpersmootnd': ncs.cetteci -fill denofmileS!
up with
.FICTION EMORY PRICE'S. opponent claim other er policies by the Johns agency. Lacy B. Silcox Box 3183 Odessa you'll we paa the new 0- foday per gallon
accomplishments for veteran and at the end of each expiration Texas. -qu, lk. (

period such insurance cover Pitt Newsome, Dinsmore Fla
FACT As a matter of fact EMORY PRICE secured age was to be equally divided between E. B. Kinney care of A. J. Bus- .
the admission of veteran to hospital facilities at Jacksonville : the two agencies. The bee, Route 1, Box 811. Tampa r
Naval. Air Station while he was in Congre At the same motion was seconded by Brown Fla.

time, land was purchased, plans drawn and a contract wa and carried. Mrs Henry O'Hara. 647 South .Get'. Gulfs greatest gasoline-terrific power In every drop!

ready for a 1.000-bed veteran N.P. hospital at Gainesville. -
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Since Price left Congress! the Second District hat suffered the

loss of several hundred veteran* hospital bed.' No progress TRANSFER The

ba been made on the Gainesville project. R. B. ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE COD NewNoNoxC x r

We operate local

Only Air Castle Caa Be Bail o. Promise Without Money; w'g
ft: long distance. >
Red Projects Reqaire Appropriation Moae,. ( ** Gutf-ow faiMM ",.pl'' ......* {

.. anywhere la u. S. -Is new halter thM ever, tee!)

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