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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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,finally ret Housing Set To Project Start BRADFORD C OU N TY _TELEGRAPH 1'1'Official




County Publication Established In 1879

: .dozers were hard at work this/ week clearing: land for -.--- FORTY-TWO
1f';""" veterans' housing project soon to get under way on VOLDIE S.F T\-S: sT\.KI"" :. FL IUD.KJI).\',". l\ i 3, 11150' .. Ul\ltJloR: '
\, )oo I n ,_ ___ __ -
:...... tract of land on South Orange Street.l .


!r''rJ\,l"r,:tl"a..n, ,"was-ment'of purchased made W.completion by Hayes five Charles acres and of- will north also and be south.one street -running I I Peace OfficersTo I COMPLETE UNOFFICIAL RETURNS. I II Conner Roberts In RunoffFor { I


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thl' rom The final survey of the propertywas !
smith a year ago. Meet Here
t tt recently completed by M. GMcMillan I
,1 the remaining acre- II .
out" the site was and constituted the final I'C PostS

B ent1\t und onflummated* between bit of "red tape" that had to Next WeekThe Bradford .. .ig i t: Representative : :
.
Hal(1( and Erroll Alvarez.e be untangled before the Govein- I ... .. .. I "em' I ... rI.I

u cre site, bounded on ment would finance" the construction ; iij i !J 8 ... _ _ _ _ _ ,
by "Peggy" railroad, of the veterans' homes County :s it ri. = .J..! ;
.outH State Peace Officers Association s r rI 'i

bee win subdivided 60 and some Into with 26 Iota 70Kt It will la begin expected on the that first construction groupof Starke next will Wednesday hold a meeting afternoon.In .!I. .L I l I 4 I l I 'I .!I ItNo. I 0 Bradford Joins ; Crosby, Renfroe

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60-foot streets' home to be built (potutiblv
Two
fronts across the develop-' four or five) within the next 30 according to an announcement by IJIJOt IIJU 11115 Sft78: lOP SI 257 51U'No. i' ____ Chastain '
ll I be opened Sheriff P. D. Reddtuh. lt4>!dM..nod In And
tnt. ..r"??. nut to-- west and there days. The open air meeting will beheld '. "Of''C' 4'72 nos 6s. 18 n.. 94 Tf 2U I5tE. Ditching

I, at the foot of East Call St. So SENArw 1

uth Meeting Conway And Libby beginning at 2 p.m.. and the vIIIIlting I Pepper 2CH 438 lIT to 68 47 28 69 107& Of Sen. PepperBradford I Board Winners
1951
officers will enjoy pistol Smathers 245 alS no S7 lOt 47 41 IS5

I Scheduled s Will Demonstrate shooting contests during the after U S IUPRESENT.\TIVE '

| Lake Swan Dusting By PlaneThe noon with prizes provided by local Bennett 215 103 392 ::121M 53 40 In 1790& County voters flocked Incumbent J. P. Roberts! and '

t merchants. Price In 412 226 lS 8S 33 30 0&0 1073 to the polls Tuesday In unprecedented "farm boy" Doyle E. Connerare

one-night Youth Rally spon- Conway &: Libby Flying A chicken pilau supper wilt be RAILROAD I/: LTI1tCOMIW number for an "offyear"election taking a short breather '

Ed by the Youth For Christ Service Is planning a series of served plate.later in the afternoon at $1 OP 1 and joined the rest of before launching into a whirlwind

ups of north and central Flor- demonstrations In various sections per A1Jbrltton 3T 91 44 I 14 :I 5 3J 231 Florida In giving a thumping decision run-off campaign that
P Sheriff Reddish
stated that he
be held Friday night of the county for Ute applica- 00 T27 to George A. Smathers 23rd
will 24 n
had Invited the Association members King 99 28& 166 10 78 will be climaxed on May
v :5 I, at the Lake Swan Bible tion control.of dust for insect and worm I to meet In Starke so that he Wainwright 266 811 398 GZ 112 55: IU 116 1861 over Incumbent Senator Claude when one of the two will be
assembly Kjoundat Pepper In the hottest U.S. Senatorial -
inference might become better acquaintedwith RAILROAD IUTIL.: elected aa Representative' to
\ Swan Just east The first demonstration' (wea- rare on record In this State.
e of the rally Is to.bring ther permit ting V will be held at officers In other sections of COMM. GP. J The Miami Congressman led the State Legislature from
purpose the State. "It Is mighty nice 63 289 140& 6 33 10 9 215 011& Bradford County.The .
better Independent youth group the John IXggs farm just north of Boyette Pepper almost two to one In Brad-
different denominations for the State Farmers Market bn the to know these fellows personallywhen Carter 267 .742<< 37T 43 160 70 M 124 1&37 ford County racking up a total of two contestant ended In a

|fctual m helpfulness and encourage- right hand side of the highway, you have to call on them STATE REPRF.8ENTATn. 1.951 to 1.0T9 for the Incumbent. Man 'near photo finish In Tuesday's
<(<'onn''r high
for the Sheriff
help said. "I Conner
nt- Saturday afternoon at 9 o'clock. Conner '272 .95 196 8 87 29 U 03 1162 Smathers carried every precinctIn First Primary election.
|A splendid musical programbeen Since the area to be dusted Is a have had mighty fine cooperationfrom Hayes 46 215 161 0 21 12 5 11 <471< the county except Theressa was high man by a narrow margin -

arranged featuring a small fleldwith power line. and city detectives and other of- Lewis 29 93 59 13 12 10 9 83 310 where he tied 47-47 with Pepper. of 61 votes, receiving 1162

e variety of talent which will other obstructions at both ends It ficers boring In cities.Jacksonville" the Sheriff and neigh said Roberts 90 .52 226 113 100 42 39 91 1101 The State-wide vote was Sniu- while ,Roberts was hard on his
,
[interspersed by short talks on will afford farmers an excellent there 382.949; Pepper 319,178. heels with 1101.
"and I would like to widen acquaintance BOARD PUBLiC and Ovid
my W. E. (Knoll) Hayes
of youth work opportunity to Judge the efficIency I- '
iferent ,
( phases leaders among whom of dusting under such conditions as much as possible." INSTRUCTIONAnderson Bradford likewise followed along & ,: \ O. Lewis, the other two contestants -
youth 116 373 202 T 63 19 10 72 860& with the rest of the Second Congressional 'I In the four-cornered race,
of Mr.
M. M. Brackman Conway says. "
_Ike;: Rev.Butler: Rev, F. Dodd .of Farmers are requested to contactMr. Board< To Consider Crosby 209 752 309 68 118 61 64 168 1921 District voting to return trailed with 471 and 310 votes
B.
Strickland of Conway for Information concerning COMMISSIONER (Representative Charles respectively..
mptonRev John Closing Clayno RoadOnly over the efforts I to county
tn
Bennett Congress Conner, a newcomer
and Rev. Charles Wlsser the location of future dem DISTRICT 2 .
nOn, of Emory Price to stage n I student In
I. currently
8U]I politics.
Giles\ of Jackson- onstrations. Crawford 610
1 Rev. H. W routine matters occupied comeback for this pout.. In this the agriculture college at the University :
e. the Board of County Commissioners Renfroe 6M 6311 I county Bennett received 1TK4 of Florida. He already,

specially featured on the muaI Tornado Nine at its regular meeting here- COMMISSIONER! votes to 1075 for his opponent. :Thj has a considerable background or

I program will" be trumpeter Loses First Game Monday. DISTRICT 5 The total District vote was Bennett public service, however, having
Idle( Powell director of the Jack- The Clerk reported that he had Adkins S T .7 13 8'r 62.883: Price 45,008. nerved as county, state and nation

rwllle Youth For Christ and Of Current SaesonThe received no bids for the old county Chastain 64 1M 411 26 I In the race for Railroad Commissioner II president of Future Farmersof

e Trinity College Male Quartette all building advertised for sale at Hall 1 26 4" 71 I Group One, native son America. In his campaign

1st. Petersburg, saia 10 De one BHS Tornadoes suffered 10 a.m., May 1. N. D. (Noon) Wainwright. was speeches he advocated a revisedtax
J the leading sacred male quartes their first baseball defeat of the It .was voted unanimously to pay highly favored by Bradford voters, program that would assure

| of the ata te. season Tuesday night on the home the managers and deputy-sheriff Tour Sale Of Child being given total of 1861. more public school adequate finances .
The Friday night rally program field when Palatka emerged victorious holding/ the election Tuesday on Rotarians than the combined totals. of his for operation under the requirements -
j scheduled to begin at 7:30: on the long end of a 10-:) the following basis: 75c per hour opponents- -727 for Wilbur C. of Florida's new minimum
ilock' and the public .U invited score Hazen pitched. for' the first 12 hours and $1 per King and 231 for Grady Allbritton. foundation program.

I attend. Last Friday 'Bert Newcomb hour thereafter for the time ac 'tymenite MineA Draws) Sentence On a statewide basis, how- Roberts, who has represented

pitched BHS to a 9-2 victory over tually served. In addition thereto ever, Wainwright was low man Roberts. Runner-up :he county at two legislative sei-

(thai! Schedule Lake Butler. The game was play- the clerks are to receive $1 and Mrs',: Mabel Swanson of Starke with 120,051. while a* run-off developed i ions, stated that he voted for the
ed there. mileage at the rate of 5c per mile tour of the Trail Ridge time- and Chicago, who testified that between King vyth 222, jresent sales tax because he real-
i Revised Newcomb again hurled the Tornadoes each way actually traveled In delivering nlte mine east of Starke, now entering she sold her baby for fft was 439 and Allbritton with 134,571. Berry Revenue ,led something had to be done to

U Teams ShiftAfter to a victory Monday after- the ballot boxes to the upon Its second year of operation sentenced recently In a Cincinnati Bradford voters continued to field additional revenue for the

noon on the local field when BHS county seat. was enjoyed Wednesday court to one to three years. SheIs shower their favors on Jerry W. icnools,, old age assistance, and
a wholesale shakeup and took the measure of Alachua 21-3. The Road Supervisor was Instructed by members of the Rotary Club. 2t years: ,old. Carter lnhls campaign for reelection Nears $350,000) X>er' ywTvr'lt-; He realized. the .
edule revlslotvPrealdent Jim- The Tornadoes journeyed to'A- to place the metal culverts Preceding the tour, C. J. Ils.i' 'Aaslstant'County Prosecutor to the Railroad CommissiOn t tax was not a perfect one, but It

; Hobbs of th4j9T uifoi'd County lachua Thursday afternoon but now on hand where needed most. tedo, superintendent of the mine Melvin Rueger told the court that Croup Two. Carter received teemed the bent that could be doneit
fertball League' thinks he has the final score :was not known at The bill of the Clay Electric Cooperative gave a brief description of the op- Mrs. Swanson left her 10-day-old 1837 votes to only !559 l for his opponent strawberry the time, 'Roberts said. !

{utters more or less set to embark .press time. In the amount of $961.61for peratlon whereby ilmenite and zircon son under an automobile 'In a Ancll Boyette. In the With the deal Bradford County the home In the only other local race
remains to services rendered and materials recovered from the quartz State-wide count Carter likewise now on Incum
lion the season. Only one more game are parking lot last June 3. She said marketed 4,931crates voted on county-at-large. "
be the current schedule used In removing a portion of Its sand the Camp Bland- overwhelming lead, stretch growers B. was returnedto
JThe dropping out of two teams played on : deposits on she sold the baby to a Detroit pllml" up an fruit the past bent H. Crosby
during
S A and Humphreys Gold. ande Next Tuesday night the Tornadoes high voltaire line from the right Ing reservation. The Humphreys couple. receiving 304,600 votes to 153- of to t his pout as School! Board member -
| addition of a new aggregation met High Springs here. The of way of State Road 225 was approved Gold Corp., with headquarters In 677 for his opponent. week to add another $35,000 from residence District Three ,
Average
:ate Maintenance Shop (SMS), final game scheduled with Waldo and passed along to the Denver, Colo., constructed and operates Judge Thomas H. Morrow of Senator Pepper, who has gaineda the season's gross receipts. (Brooker, New River by a vote
reed a complete revision of sche. for May 9, has been forfeited by State Road Department for pay- the mine for E. I. duPont criminal court sentenced Mrs. national reputation as a New price prevailing throughoutthe itf 1927 tn 86+ for his opponent.
tie. Waldo because of Ineligibility of ment.A. de .Nemour.'&: Co. of Wilmington Swanson on a charge of child Deal and Fair Deal wheel horae, week was $710 per crate Hewlett S. Anderson. !

j The failure of two teams to ap- player. petition signed by nine tax- Del. The ilmenite Is used as a abandonment. early Wednesday conceded victory So far this season Bradford In County Commissioner. District

|ar Monday night caused the payers requesting clay on a portion white paint pigment In paints man to 36-year-old Smathers who growers have harvested a total t Two (North Starke) a nip
to get off to : of the Johanson-Guy Edwards ufactured by the duPont company. Veteran Housing describes himself aa a "middle of of 40.422 crates as compared with and tuck race saw newcomer to
Jason en unauspi- S eber D. Andrews
road east of the Farmers Market mine 28,805 crates marketed last year.
start and these will Bastedo stated that the the road liberal. politics I... L. Renfroe win over
fiu games Will Be DiscussedAt
Ve to be made later. Elected PresidentOf was presented and the Road Supervisor was constructed for a capacity of Smathers' victory will send to The season's receipts up to date i Incumbent K. L. Crawford by a

[ Under the new up schedule the Student Council was Instructed to attend to 100.000 tons of Ilmenite annually. Legion MeetingFor the Rennte sn avowed) enemy of stand at $327.983, while the 1949 narrow margin of 25 votes. The ,
ubleheader for Saturday night this matter as soon aa possible Unforseen difficulties, such as some major Items In President crop yielded $230,86390.Speculation count was Renfroe 635, Crawford '

py 6,,will be Lawtey. National election day at A petition was received from deposits of hard pan and burled the May 9th meeting of Truman's legislative program. He varies as to how S10. I ,
>ard and SMS Tuesday was Container Corporation of America trees, have now been largely over- the American Legion, Kyle Mc- voted for and still backs the Tart- much longer' the season here will Advertising slogan writers who
Andrews
vs. Lawtey.The
BHS when Seeber Doyle 'I
bill for Monday night May too chosen President of the requesting the closing of the Clayno come he said, so that the mine Is Murtry, contractor, has securedthe Hartley labor law, repeal of which continue. Some growers say the ,warn "never underestimate the ,

1 will be: American Legion v.. Student was Council for the 1900-51 Road, stating that Its right-of now operating at better than 70 I services of Tom Dopson, Is sought by the President. He recent rains seem to have damaged I power of a woman" were proved 1
tional Guard and 'Alvarez vs. contestants -way was not acquired for any percent of capacity. Full 100 per- Veterans Administration appraiser strongly opposes Truman's FEPC their berry plants rather than benI I right In County Commissioner
("culej.: \ school term. Other State or Federal highway and cent capacity should be reachedIn I of Gainesville to talk on the G. I. program and also the administration eflttlng them, while others say 1 District Three (Theressa, Hampton
I for the presidential post were that the petitioner owns all of the' the near future, the superintendent housing bill and answer questionsto backed proposals for national they still have a good showing of I Graham) where Incumbent
I Edward: Massey and Kaapar Dun land that abuts on each side of the said.The clarify this 'phase of the V. A. health Insurance. He strong bloom and should continue to harvest ,Jessie R. Chsstaln handily won,

H. Demonstrationo can. portion of this road which It Is 20-Inch suction type dredge I program. ly condemned deficit spending In a fair volume of fruit for the ,over both her'male opponents In

[ Show Use Of Clinton Norman was elected desired to close. ,- employed on the project pumps Attorney Jack Bates of Gaines his campaign. next week or so. I the First Primary. The vote was: I
vice president over his two opponents f The Board set Monday, June 5. from 1.2,00th 1,500 tons of sand ville will also be present to ex Pepper, who had won three preceding Around 675 hampers of Irish I Chsstaln 262; Adkln 67,' W. H.
reezer Equipment Joe Warren and Tommy at 11 a.m. as the time for considering per hol r. Bastedo said. This plain the legal and cloning problems senatorial races by avoiding potatoes have been sold at the (Bill Hall 74.

I Mi Harding. and determining the advisability Indicates that 8,800,000 tons of of the veteran and the lender. mention of his opponents, retorted market for an average price of A total of 3161 ballots! was cast

s Elizabeth Holtman.' Interonal The election was conducted I of exercising\ the power sand would be handled annually to William Spalding, vice president that Smathers was a duPont $2.10. String. beans are beginningto representing 85 percent of the
>l lit. Harvester home econ- strictly along traditional lines, granted to It by Section 31334. obtain.100,000 tons of ilmenite. of the Azalea Construction lawyer and said that Smathers'' appear with around 25 hamperssold total 3725 voters .who are registered !

1 the will give a, demonstration ,with a rally held Monday In the Florida Statutes. and other applicable The unique spirals used to separate Co. of Palatka, and representatives attack was a "Republican effortto to date. Green corn Is expected In this county.
use of the home freezer, USO at which time the various laws, with reference to va- the heavy minerals from the beat me In a Democratic pri to start reaching the plat-
Edwards Starke -
the of Hall Si contractors
Farm. Home & Auto Sup- candidates announced their platforms cating abandoning, discontinuing quartz sand were originally designed mary." form around May 13. i '
1p"In Starke on Friday, May 5, and made the customary and cloning the road In question. for chrome sand mining, Bas will be present to discuss Four of Florida's six congressmen CouncilBacks

::.30 p.m.ua I 'promises": Clerks and Inspectors were appointed tedo said. The spiral process was problems Involving the con- Were renomlnated. Rep. Bob Radiator ShopIn
Hollman received special for the Second Primary found to be adaptable to the separation tractor. Slken. Crestvlew, and Rep. Byd ,

f lining in frozen foods at the RoundupFor I election on May 23. of ilmenite which had All veterans Interested In housing He.fong, Leesburg, were unopposed New LocationRoland Summer Sports
l"veatcr Spring
Kitchens In Evansvllle. heretofore not been commercially Rep. Dwight L. Rogers,
d. Her demonstration here willelude Next Fall's Gregory PeckIn feasible because of the low grade are Invited to atend this meetIng Fort Lauderdale, won In the Sixth Stuart re-opened "Bh rta

the preparation of meats, concentration of the ore, he ex whether they are members District, and Rep. Charles E. Bennett Radiator Shop" here last week at J. C. Hobbs, athletic coach of
l.t.! vegetables baked goods. School BeginnersThe Florida Film plained. of the American Legion or not.NOMINATION. Jacksonville In the Second the new location of 227 Temple Bradford High School, appeared
"era will also be a complete dem- annual spring roundup"for Darryl F. Zanuck's Importantnew For several years the Stuart Radiator meeting Tuesday evening and

|ratlon on cooking foods out students who will enter the. production for Twentieth: Public Asked To Make Nominations Shop was located on 10th advised that M was considered a :,
the freezer. first grade of the Starke Elementary Century-Fox. "12 O'clock High," St. near Temple Ave. full-time employee In the athletic ':

Door Prizes will 'be distributed School next fall will be held starring Gregory Peck, will show "I appreciate the business. Brad- department of the high school,
d the Public Is cordially invited. at the school on Tuesday, May here Sunday, Monday and Tuesday: For Rotary Club Citizenship AwardThe ford County people have given me and that he was Interested In

23. at the Florida Theatre, where its !In!! the !past,"_ Mr. Stuart acid maintaining a recreation program
School busses will operate over
run will start shortly. first annual Citizenship A- ana ( look rorwsrd to serving for the younger people during the
provement Urgedor their regular Starke school routes 12 O'Clock High" written by ward to be made by the Starke them again In the future. All summer months.

Rural Boxes on that day and parents of all Sy Bartlett and Helms Lay Jr., Rotary Club to the man or woman BLANK our work Is guaranteed and we Inspect He stated that If provided ,with

children who will start school next and directed by Henry King, whose rendering the most outstanding ANNUAl. CITIZENSHIP AWARD radiators tree. We clean, approximately $150 he would be
All p'"on served by rural children long list of major movie triumphs service to the community or repair. recore and rebuild any and ,In a position to purchase the necessary
all carriers fall are urged to bring their most recently includes "Prince of ROTARY CLUB OF STARKEI all of
type automotive
are asked to pro- county Juring the year, will be presented radiators equipment for playing diamond ,
l''' Suitable boxes and elect them to the school on that day. Foxes" tells of the transformation at the regular luncheon with our modern equipment and ball, soft ball, and tennis.

lurh a manner M to make Birth certificates should be of an ailing Bomber Group In meeting of the club Wednesday, experienced technique." After a discussion H. A. Bishop i
em" readily the 8th Air' Force Into one of the LIKE TO NOMINATE Jr. that
accessible to the brought also that the children June 7. WOULD 1 moved the Council donate

rrter and present a neat ap- might be registered. proudest, trimmest of effieclent The winner of the award will be New Pastry Chef $150 to help provide necessary tI
arancePOItmaater. fighting units. Peck ha* the prin-
equipment for the summer
cipal role of the commander who selected after a careful study by .-.--- At Ann's BakeryLouis I I The motion seconded pro- ,
F. F, StumP adviaea committee composed of one representative (Trim Nacm la Full) gram. was
'&t boxes and lupport should Marine Recruiter effects this turnabout at the expense a local civic by Councilman W. T. Jackson and .
palJ1ted and names Inscribed MayA of his own health. of each as outstanding Citizen of Bradford County For Year Ending Clay, veteran pastry chef carried by unanimous vote. '
the Here During Featured In the cast are Hugh club. A. J. Thomas Is chairmanof of 43 years experience, recently
aide of boxes where they committee. June SO, 1950. My reason fur this nomination Is a.* follows: became permit for the constructionof j'j'A
ji the Judging associated
be Marlowe, Gary Merrill Millard 'with Ann'sBakery
readily vtalbl to Ute recruiter will a neon sign for )(ra. W. H.
ear- Marine Corps to do so
he "PProaches.f Mitchell, Dean Jagger, Robert Arthur Anyone who desire located. on East Call Smith was approved subject to ,
Til < be at the Starke Post Office each Paul Stewart John Kellogg, may place the name of a friendor Street he.. Mr. Clay, a nativeof State Road Department regula- 14
maintaining cooperation f of the Public Monday during May except the Bob Patten, and Joyce MacKenzie acquaintance In nomination by Dnerfleld. N. H., has 19 years '
boxes In this man- filling In the attached coupon and of European training In tions.A
r until 5pmto pastry
la 15th. from 10 a.m. permit for the Installation of
all IIIBtter requested In order that Interview applicants for Immediate FUN FESTBVAL IS returning It to A. J. Thomas, baking, was chef to Buckingham an 18,000 to 20,000 gallon fuel .
may be of Court. Starke Fla.
111\ the weather Protected in the U. S. HELD OVER Clerk decision Palace In England for 3 1-2 years, oil tank was approved for the Sea- .:
and enlistment Club's ,
that the Jr. commander of In announcing the L'se rparmte sheet of paper If more spare to needed) board
Thomas. ( Airline
liVery of the rural mails A. J. make annual Citizenship and worked with the Statler Hotel Railroad", to be ""
an
will to
.t be Marines. American Legion, an- their
the local placed on siding by the
PiEced retarded, the Postmaster Master Sgt. *0. O Davis. who nounced yesterday that the "Fur I Award. O. S. Newcomb. president Corp., .for a number of years. Standard Oil Co. "
In May Port 56 of the Rotary Club errpha- the award" deed Is highly publicized. Mr. Clay has assumed full
made the first trip here i Festival sponsored by the winner will Judges, he will receive Action on the purchase of a
Wemen said that in addition to talking Is being held over another week sized the selected fact that on a "popularity It was' stated also that the per- The man or woman selected for charge of bakery operations at cement mixer was Indefinitely
To Meet who are ready to through Saturday. May 13 by not be son who performs the service the honor will receive a hand- Ann'a, and will specialize In decorating postponed pending the consideration
The to young men demand. The Festival I. contestbasis. unobtru- some suitably Inscribed of a bid submitted J.M.
rerular Immediately, popular woman who receivesthe might do< so fn a very plaque and baking made to order by
the Bradtord monthly meetings enlist aa Marines located just South of town on the The award man might or receive only on. sive manner so that very few people which will be presented at the cakes.Mr. Edwards of the Bradford Engineer.
oUeoclaUon County CatUeIn. he I Is also Interested In meeting Gainesville highway. Thi-HUr Newcomb said know about It. If his or her i June 7 meeting of the Rotary Ing Co. on ready mixed concrete.
md57 night WUI be held high' school seniors who will be riding devices and various other nomination contribution Mr. of serviceto name Is placed In nomination hpw., Club.All [ and Mrs. Clay are residingat The Council agreed to give )(1'.
t
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thi county May 8. at P.M. this spring and plan amusements are provided for tne I "but if community his U the moat outstanding ever, he will be just as likely to nominations must be In the 504 Cherry Street. Edwards' proposition a trial.
""tine w Courtq. The graduated pleasure of young and old. the of the receive the award as one whose hands of the committee by May 15. I I
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State Farm bridge dub Chambers Thursday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs H. H. Lewis: A> Clerk of raid Court. In: Unk ""

Telegraph taming at her home and Mrs W. W. McCrary of We are glad to report ..Haven'* t.C'j'i: l0'\ C.- 5 Guaranty May You 29.are I960.r"ft''
County l
HAMPTON afternoon. A profusion of were visitors of Mr. George Cone is back at fe UNI* Jacksonville, Fla. Court and c-au tl
Mrs. Fancher last several for rif. -18 flowers accentuated the Dennis again after spending > dim
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MAtTHEWS. OWNM-IDITO lIy !Mr. M. C. Sweeney A dessert Mrs. Fancher and their in a'Palatka hospital.GRAHAM. BRADFORDIUNTI Teli-irraph In nhal, "t
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. the party room riliri., FLOHIDt. next four w
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'' IN HIV* Witness
returned to Jack { mv '1
was served to the two son, Pete .
Publh.hp" Every Friday and Entered) as gerund PROGRESS: players! prior to the with Mr. and Mrs. Mc- 4".m... Y.KnlelU ManlnnU'. Plaintiff. lit Starke. PII9no m
"fAL IN
1lY.
at the FontMEMBER Office at Starke. Flaw I 1E.. and their for lames l It MuKlnnlu, Defendant, OFFICIAL SB/
contract were guests
!Matter Mrs.
Clam Jack-
The Rev. H. E, Steele of 1 I Ar
sonville began revival services on i novelty salt and pepper days "ofroKHUrFPI'nLIPATIOV Ry Haven ("r,,

((3)) 1950 I Monday, at the First Christian for having high score Mr. and Mrs C. J. Rose re By Mrs.! John McKinney STATE AMI NiVtH'K OF KliOKIDA TO Al'F'KAH tu: James. T.Atty. Frank for Pit Land
; Church of Hampton. Preston! P. D. Fancher. for I to their home in Tallahassee t

Hubwcrlpilon $'i.5O Annually f 1JSO For Six MonlhsTEA Durden in assisting!' In leading the prize receiving scented note after having visited their Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Song Service.Y. ) Mrs. Tom Conners won In j and daughter Mr and of Jacksonville and
and baby
and her award was a H. R. Linzy, since Wednesday
.I ( 'n) FOR TIIK UAILV WORKER F. V. "HI'KAKKKH' chief To Mrs. Zeb I IChattaJ1oochee. I Mrs. George Manaasa and her Starling Gainesville mother spent WATER SYSTEMS
weekend with their
must confess was doubtful Rev. W. C. Burton of Graham house. guest George Jand Chris
with what we
.
recently Kate
read
We unofficial gave the principal address at the Dennis Fancher, Mrs \\' of Green Cove Springs, and Starling.Mr.
of The Dally Worker Fe N. A. FINANCED
of the financial plight and Mrs. Ray Starling
sympathy Youth for Christ 'aented
Saturday handkerchief .
a J. M. Brownlee' of Starke
Communist Party in this country. It' seems that witha children visited her father
organ of the I Ing. Other recent speakers visitors of Mr. and W.
Mrs.
dwindling circulation of about 37,000 and costs rising all the time, been Rev. Hinesley and Rev.Me..t-I'Community .i'liib Meeting. Stringfellow Monday. Green of Starke over the No Down Payment!I
the paper and Its backers are suffering from a lack of capital of j rls Brackman of Lake I Last week's meeting of Gene Edwards Of Starke ,
munity club occurred In' Mr. and Mrs. Claude

All things. wonder If the Reds In Ulis country can't read. DOrilLK CELEBRATIONI itorium of the community Friday. O
This makes us to such. I I Honoring the birthday annlvrrjsarles and those present viewed an PINE LEVELBy Mr. and Mrs. Lee
or won't pay for what they read, or If they are turning of Robert C. Gray Jr. and I taming performance .. and children of Wauchula U.'O
utald sources as the New York Times for their news In any event Otto B. Hicks. Jr., a delightful I dancing pupils of Mrs. M..... II. M. McRae Mr. and Mra. John McKlnney TVctt 72titeeC

the aad affairs of the Dally Worker could be Improved quickly If all ,I+( party was given In the Common Richards of Starke Dennis weekend. '

tthoae accused by one person Or another of being a Red were to eub- ity Hall, on Friday evening, ards was master of Rev W. B. Hall arrived home Mrs. Doshia SwIndell of Casing & Water Pumps Furnish

Harlbe. Hostesses were Mrs. K. B. Walter- announcing the numbers Tuesday montng from Char- visited relatives here

son and Mrs. O. B. .Hicks, Sr.Several Inimitable manner He N. C. where he was guest I This community was 0
1* WAR WITH RUSSIA INEVITABLE games were played-, arts r several accordion at the Watkins Baptist to hear of the death of Sim

The most fateful question facing the world of today can be stated I which the beautiful hymn. "Just Throughout the club He then left for ,at Hampton Lake Sunday

*n five words: "Is war with Rusala Inevitable?" Probably somethinglike a Closer\ Walk with Thee", was were flower to attend the Fellow- I May 7th will be enrollment Complete Systems Ready to VK\\

3,000,000,000 words have been used In trying to answer it. sung by Misses Doris Pllrkl'r.I marked beauty and Meeting, accompanied by Mrs day at the Graham Baptist We Have The-Famous JACUZZI Pumps, f fDon't
Peggy Dval and Josephine Thom Sunday school. Goals have
and de., I Mrs. L. F. Chapman Mrs Earl Cook and Mrs. R. '
The arguments on the positive side are both compelling honor seatedat net and
as. The guests were your presence Is
directed the business Crosby. He returned home
pressing. Men of the highest sincerity and ability obviously believebat 'a large table centered with a and .
filled
ing which it was decided his regular
the world ;mill be plunged Into the most ghastly of tall white gladioli and ,, iv nnrriT rornr. "
( sooner or later basket ."
r
a luncheon meeting on appointments at Pine or NTY F.oninIN (;" '
global conflict It has yet seen led on the one hand by the Soviet fern, and overlaid with the many club date I In May. Mrs. 1. 'FRY Forget We Install These Water Systems!
Petty I Prescott, Plaintiff,
Union and on the other by the United States. But the arguments on gifts. Two birthday cakes with Dugger and Mrs DeWItt Mrs. B. M. Myrick ,-of Gaines O. PrHcott* Defendant.. Can vs.' : To Use! Nothing Down Small Monthly plEa .

the negative side are powerful too. They have been extremely well the traditional candles were a/ were hostesses and served I visited the Robert Myrlcks 7584.ORDER OF PUBLICATION
presented in a Reader's Digest article written by George F. Kennan, treat attraction. After "Happy berry shortcake with coffee.Mr. AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR O
Birthday" Was the STATE OF FLORIDA O.
sung by group to:
counselor of the State Department and an acknowledged authority on Mr. Prescott, whole
and Mrs. Henry Oroves and residence and
the gifts were presented. Assisting and Mrs. J. O.
of the of the subject the magazine has dress U: Unknown.You .
Russia. Because Importanct in serving; cake and punch to has as dinner guests and Mrs. Earl Groves, all of are required. to appear
waived the usual copyright privileges and has granted permission to May 19; 1950, In the above & Heal
the fifty guests, were Sylvia May. evening Mr. and Mrs. H. K. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs Court and cause, wherein. T.ShoIIPlumbing
quote from or reprint the article provided credit Is given. Helen Jean Parker, Mrs. Fred and sons Kenneth and Lake City were dinner guests of *...k. divorce. Bradford

Mr. Kennan presents his arguments for peace In questton-and- Whidden and Mrs. Joe McKowen. Starke the occasion being and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday. Telearaph In next four nhall weekly publlnh|I..u.this.R.WItneaM .
form. First he asks, '"Are the Rusalana planning to make Tyus' birthday anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, my hand and official .. Phone 144 :- Starke, ]
answer I I Deep regret was felt by Hamp Brooker at Starke, Florida this April
war on us?" He believes that "current Stalinist doctrine does not J. J. .Reynolds of were Sunday guests of I860.
demand war," even though Lenin and other leaders frequently said ton folk last week wren It :'W'uIlearned Georgia visited Mr. and

that a communist-capitalistic world clash was Inevitable. Present-day t citizens that two wellknown former Dewitt Sinclair from
t had passed aWnv.
communist teaching, he points out. holds that capitalism will collapse Rev. Charles R. Robinson of Pal- til Sunday

within of ita own weakness-hence It does not have too be destroyed I, atka, had been a Baptist pastor Miss Joan Mynlhan of

from without. Moreover Russia has never In all history attempted here 13 years ago and a year ago sonville ,spent the past .
aggression at great distances she has always expanded Mawly, on a had returned to Hampton and with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.

bit-by-bit basis. Lastly, she Is straining every resource to make herMit built a home. Last fall, he movedI Together Srwell with Mr. and Mrs. LOVETT !
and Miss Peggy
j into a modern Industrial state and war would shatter that pro I I Palatka. where he died on Tuesday Miss Mynlhan attended '
April 25, from a heart attack.
:gram frolics at the University of
| He was the uncle of Mrs. LinnleBrown ,
Mr. Kennan' second question is, "How does Russia's developmentof of l ida. Gainesville Friday and /
Hampton. I
atomic weapons affect this situation?" The available evidence urday. I

* leads him to believe the bomb does>> not affect It very much. It Is ex- that Friday Perry, April Johns 30,of It,Jacksonville was learned,I On separate occasions i STARKE FLORIDA -- Prices Good Through SAT. MAY 6

tremely unlikely that Russia has anywhere near enough bombs, to had died In a local hospital there, the past week Mr. and Mrs. ,

say nothing of the means of delivering them to, cripple the U.S. and after being critically' ill) for a mle Bradley and their little ]
bring us to Immediate terms. It her Initial blow were not decisive, she week. Funeral services wereI I ter, Gloria and Mr. and Mrs.

would face mercllesa retaliation. Her hard-won Industrial development I held at Santa Fe Cemetery on Sunday Bradley and their dons,

pride of the communist leadership, would face ruin. And he I afternoon. He was a brotherI and Jack, all of Jacksonville
I II I
adds, "The masters of the Kremlin are not suicidally Inclined." I I of Garfield Johns, and Mrs. Ellen guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Question three consists of three potent words, "Is war possible?" Saxon of Hampton and Mrs. Bradley. STEAK 5BRISKET
Della Dyal of High Springs. Mrs.
Of course it Is, he observes, and for several reasons Wars can arise Linwood Watts ib
Mr. and Mrs. Dan F.lland were daughter Beverly Ann of
1>.accident.! They can result from the fear of attack and the Idea thatit
Sundav ,dinner guests of Mr. ar-i i win and their visitor. Mrs.
i. necessary to strike first. They can arise from Ignorance of the Mrs Marvin Eiland and family Sr., of Chattahoochee were

true situation. So It would be the worst kind of ostrich-like tactics In upending several weeks with eon guests of Mr.: and
to write war off as impossible and draw a deep breath of relief. But, them.

on the credit side, Mr. Kennan finds no "valid reason' for regarding (I'b
Home League/ Family Night! was!' CHUCK
at date.
war as probable an early
a recent event'at the Salvation Louis R. Dean
Question four asks "Where, in these circumstances, must the accent I Army Camp. Speakers Included STEW

of U.S. pnltcy lie! with respect to the Communist nCE'r." First, Mrs Ernest Pickering, Mrs. TAX 'FL"E.I 49.1SMOKED
he argues, we must pursue a "vigorous and hopeful"\" 'foreign policy iams Jaynes and Captain ROAST

which will attempt to solve International differences without recourse Mrs. Emory Frlerson all of .Will-I' BOOKKEEPING .
lb. '
to shooting war. This means a* continuance of the "cold war" I sonville. SERVICE 33c .. 2'

lu the best strategy'opened to us at the moment. And "we must con- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown, S?.. .

tinue to take an Intelligent and helpful Interest in the efforts of people moved Into their newly-completed .

everywhere to withstand the sort of pressures which are brought to home southwest of town, last GRADE
A SLICED
bear against them from the MOMCOW Communist side." In other words, I week. Their son R. L. Brown, Jr, Phone 228 ALL MEAT
at Keystone Heights. 145 W. Call St.
we must always try to prevent the further expansion of communism.In STARKE BACONlb.29cFRESH 3
I Mr. and !Mrs M. L. Watterson BOLOGNA !
this connection, Mr. Kennan doubts the value of an attempt to
and Mr. And Mrs. L. J. Wynn re-
reach an over-all agreement with the Kremlin. He writes "The dy- i turned last Thursday from an -'
namism of world Communism would not be seriously affected by suchan extended visit at Cedar Keys.

agreement. Words still mean different things to the Russians than I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott have HADACOL PORK CAN PI/RE
they mean to us. The agreement would be worth precisely what the I been recent dinner guests of the

realities of world power made it worth at any particular moment. Wynns. ALL AGE ROAST lb. 29c L RD. $5.4 4

Fifth and last, Mr. Kennan asks, "On what, then, does our national Mrs.. Eugene plnklns and enll- .
security rest In this coming period?" His answer to this falls Into dren, Jeanie and Jimmy of The good news about .
four parts. We must he believes make sure that military aggression Gainesville visited here last week. COL and the blessed relief
Mr. and Mra. C.C. Tldwoll. Mr. folks, is
brings so
many
remain improbable If not Impossible, and we must also accept "mod 2 Ib. APPLE
and Mrs. Rod Watterson and Mrs. from person to person who
erate risks in order that immoderate ones may be avoided." We must G. been benefited. For instance U.S. No. 1 OLDPotatoej
E. McIntosh have been recent C
give our allies the assurance that we are really with them. We must visitors to Palatka.Mr. W. M. Thompson!L.of Port HASH,16oz.25j

show. In our domestic policy, "that we are seriously tackling the problems and Mrs. L. a. Johns of Texas it had took helped HADACOL her husband JELLY

) of our own society," In both their material a.nd spiritual mani Jacksonville, and Mrs Ayilaon F. .he. in turn had taken
festations. And, fourth, "our security rests In continuing to act In a May of WIlliston visited relatives because it had benefited

spirit of Justice and good will toward others, which will make it possible here Sunday. derly neighbor.Mrs. 1'/ LB. BOX

for us to help a little toward bringing about a general attitude of Mrs Jt L. Anderson of Starke. Thompson's Is normal 139 25c

peaceful cooperation In the world at large" Wndsvorth.hall been the guest of Mrs. G. P. :;.W.. but she SALT 3 for 13 10 lb. 3
down to
If we do all this Mr. Kennan concludes, keeping our eyes on the
Weekend visitors Included the pounds ,
distant goals we wish to reach "We will then be doing the best we I h taking
Woodrow Hicks family from Brunswick -
tan-In a complex and problematical world. No nation can do more than COL but
Ga., Mrs. Lettie Parker No. 2"/ DESSERT OLD
:Ihat. '" and sister Mrs. Irma Whltsett. a few 5 LB. JUGORANGI

of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Percy' 1' ., had Pork tfu33aC s 2 for 19
Griffin of Jacksonville, and Mrs. her PEACHES18Jc r
"'
JACrZZI! & MYERS! George Cottmnn Ocala. > weight ,
WATER SYSTEMS ': 'I\Itttll.\"J.I'\ :1 like a new
',
"" No. /!\,Ii.14 IOn


]Keystone{ Well & Pump Co. STATE FARM ances stomach!Mrs. Thompson"I had trouble lost my gastric appetite d was TISSUE WALDORF 4 for 29 C 29c

.
KEYSTONE By !Mrs. Hryan IVhltfleld was bloated" said Mrs.
HEIGHTS, FLA. son. She had tried several ,
preparations without .-
SERVING STARKE & VICINITY Birthday DinnerI. results before taking LAND O'SUNSHINE 5 LB. BAG JIM DANDY
V ,Anderson and his son. She began to feel msJ FANCY YELLO'IOniorj'
PIPE. PUMPS Thomas Jefferson Anderson. were with the first bottle ot &

CUT & THREADED SERVICEDUNDERSTANDING mediate honored bv family members with of a dinner their Im-al COL.thousands Mrs. ,Thompson of others like, was BUTTERb G RITS..2

their home. Sunday, the occasion ing from the lack of B
being their Joint birthday anniversary and minerals In her
Mr. Anderson being 43 yean which HADACOL contains. CAN FREY BENTOSCORNED
old and Thomas 7, and each received HADACOL contains not
one, but 9 of the B 63C
the lovely gifts as mementoesof HADACOL contains not only BEEF 29 3-1
day. The element, of but 4 of the necessary!! !
surfrlne added interest to the It comes to you in liquid
event. easily assimilated in the

Mixed spring blossoms were stream right away.It so that. it can go to

arranged effectively In the living is easy to understand 'I
based upon long years of wide experience room and dining room and most fore why countless
decorative were the traditional! have already been MILK
and Serving dignifies this funeral cakes on the dining table from this amazing tonic. RINSO

home with a superior excellence in which the meal wa served al So it matters not who
it matters not where
noon. Guests Included Mr. and if have tried
or
handling affairs of sacred discretion. you
Mrs. C. H. Dav's. Mr. and Mrs. medicines under the sun
Buddy Harris and their daughters. this wonderful ALL
Jeanette and Betty Joyce Mr. and trial. Don't go on suffering!
DeWITT C. JONESPhone Mrs. Bobby Anderson and Mr. and continue to lead a miserable C ,
Many persons who have BRANDS Large
Mrs. S. B. Rosier and their son,
and waited for 10 to 20
7 Starke Fla. Robert Earl all of Starke; Mrs. even longer are able now to 29
Vernle Young and her daughter happy comfortable lives 19

I funeral Director Ambulance Service Barbara of Jacksonville Aaron : because HADACOL TALL Size (
Stafford of Sanderson; ),{r. and Vitamins and Minerals EA
pier local funeral home enables us to offer convenience and Mrs. C. S. Sapp and their children their systems needed. Be
services not otherwise available. Larry and Vera Ann and I yourself. Give HADACOL a CANS

Albert Stafford of Raiford and ,
.. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Margaret Walker. *

accept ANT- life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT Bridge Club Meeting Th. R G1trtLF Start
In or In full on a tuners You Get What's Advertised At
company a payment part Mrs. J. c. Wallace was hostessat PHONE 64 STARKE, Starke's Leading Food Store.
Consultation carries no obligation. last week's meeting of the |
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I ,.\!.!' I -.------------------------- .-- >TUO COUNTY TEUttttAra. STAHKE. FLORIDA PACK'THREE
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Fulch and son Terry attended the Jr. _
and I
eons
Bilty and AuHiin Clerk.A .
quarterly meeting of the New Atlanta oi NE' .f SE5: ]h N 8 A 18 7 20 $4 H '
IW are tilting! Mr Edwards certified 4>.1
River Baptist Association at Hope parents Mr and Mrs. the amount of live ((5)) per cent of W 807 i-o t "r, "' '' ofNit' lor RdItOEx: 2AmSE In

Church last Saturday W. H. EdWards the amount ot the bid moat accompany -A i: lIt, 2-a fl. 1 Cur A E.. I Lot

Sr., and Mrs. Edward' all bids I for the purpone of of E' OIl tt In :-I. Cur 21 6 22 11 .t al 133,0'R.
100 1'1
The choir of the University rood faith all 1 unauccemful bidder: NW4 J7 7 I IA! n H. it Rtokea G.n : Rq FI. PImmonis.
parent >1r. and Mrs J. S AUstin. checlia Mn E\j, of NE'' '.. ,.f .Jf') 11 5 I I'
b. 10 W. "rann..n'
Methodist Church of Gainesville this wpek.A w returned promptly! T. 721 N ...,. II-II ,. 1195'% .0 IF'4 .0 ..or.... A W'" .0' 11I1'1... .f 5F',
the successful bidders check will be NW1,4 of ?SW'4 11 5 ZI 4n W. T IIrann..n. 113 at 5 :V4 .

frct'S will have charge of the services M Lewis retained. until a contract la entered 8W'4 f ,.w... U I 11 40 W. 1'1.' Ral'p t.n t
(Inb I and ton Alvin Into and. performance bond furnlRh 111 4 *9Lot
lIon at the Lawtey Methodist% Church All Nt. 01 Itw III of Lot 7 IIr Itlk Marl. Titkeo
Demonstra- I accompanied by Mr. Lewis ed ; th. Pvard rearrvea. the right.. to II "r Hlk U .I..m.. W, H.1t* 421I.nl
wilY Home mont'h1ydftY next Sunday evening May 7, at I er all of moth r..Jany and all bids. and to waive. Pran'h A ilIf' u r II 0' Ilk :1 I'd ""on.. 1111

held Its rrgular 8 o'clock. The public Is Invitedto Gainesville were Sunday Infri-rmalltlea. Wlo& 27 5 81 'n "'. 1'J. Itapp U PP 1..1. I I. I. nr Hilt If I..nn.. Flowers .11 i',
ot )188t week when guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed This notice la to be published tnelffht NE' .I NI'I\: 34 5 VI 40 W. 1'1.I<"I'P III 13 Lot 4 ..r IlIk al Mabel. IIr.nt 4.111/ .

MeThlng8 uttend. wards. consecutive weekly 'sass.. of NW' or S14 II 5 11 40 W s.: tcMI'P 15,40 .
ot the Sam Biadford County Tetvicraph. a weekIv 1'1'I' : NE' u...... 11I..1.. :It" 22IA't S
tout noted about The ninth grade play of the Mr. Marian I: newapaper published In Starke, Es, I A ;. t" Cur.
Reddish
Lawtey Junior High School j Is of Starkc Florida next preceding Juno t, ('hur'h 1 8 Z1 It fl.s.i. Oa.rl"" 1230 7 nf talk 1 A. H. Hnlley 2 37 1
gar- I
kitchen was
were the the weekend guest of Mr [ 1950 w... ur SWIl, ot ,"W4 i I 11 20 1t.bt. \.a..I..v..r. 15.10 Lot II "r Itlk 1 Aaron 1I..II..y 2.a7 'i
addition to the TegableC scheduled for Tuesday evening and hIre H. B. Arwood. Board of County Corombmloneraof : 111I A In SI': ('or fof NE' I Lot S ';'t 341k 3 Nola :iInr.len I 87 '
In r'bUcoIi. May 9. at the School Auditorium.Mr. 1 | Bradford County: Florida.! I.r "siN: "f Hd I II II 2 Julia VP- fi t2 Lot 6 Itik 2 j .1.I lrea 37
1 18 growing Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells M O. HAUHHI.U (iiairn.am.\ sv' ,.f Nl't4 Ii 7 U 40 J. A. l1rave 1.88 Lot 10 ,.? Ilk 2 WillIam Wesley 2 aT ,II,
and asparaps.rd. and Mrs. Frank Jones and daughter and ATTKHT I : A. J. Thomas, Clerk 5 A In SW 'or nr NW', Lot I 4 lOr Hlk 2 Stephen n'lg. 1.87

farm children ;were visiting friends In Nina were wrtOtend (.SEAL" ) 1-14 It '-IIN for "'W' A "'WL, of Cni .1 NW a'r of kik: I '

other guests of Mrs. Effle Miner N'VI4 Hit: I A In NFl I 2 14 of Ii 2 H A run .,
import heap were Gainesville laat Sunday. Miss and iRniT .'OI''T. ntnponn Cur !'rhnol A Mt 2 t I 14 410 ft for i't : : "Ir.i,
,4 Mary Ann Wells. cot 'IITY. FI.O"ln.1 IN tHAN- to MK.I" ('R"pan..lla I lhenre run 7 ; ,

w the group- Frank Richards and children Mr. and Mrs. C'H" a 14w'4' nf t1WIoo 2 7 Z1 91 R l'am".lIa* 91)1121 liOftWOilftNfIOftto 1. '
nerved delicious of Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs.J. R. C King and (Car) Paul Frederick. Plaintiff va. W", of SW'4' 80 7 11 80 T. I.. l''Macy 11.18 pt ot b"lf. 1\ II U Ella 1. KUer."n 3.11
Ga\'ry daughter Jo Ann of Jacksonville Sarah. Kate Croatian Fredericks. E 8-4 nY p4' nf 15504 41- One Lot sa ,leacr I n
cookie to tho E. Wall Sr. laat Sunday. Mrs. were weekend Defendant ('...e No. 7841. An V'4 ur OW'. of I lipel Rk 5" Ps1(111 It 8 It )H"rB. 'albert 4 It !

,hand Richards, who has spent the week visitors i>f Mrs. OHURn OK Pi'BICATIOV I 5)04 that lies N "r Par'o.i ItO Jt : A ;; J' '

I King's parents, Mr. and J.1 ra. Carl ANn> NOTICK 'Th> APPEAR itiver 8n 7 II 11 1'1.' 'aml.an..lla n.&! lOll ft 04 I I'iiiICwa.
1ra. Pete WaIn- with her parents, returned to her 'Milliard. STATE OK KLOnlDA to: sarah : NE'. Y 1t1 lfL, E" 10 A I C'nr or 'V'' of N..0\ nr /

Were Mra3: S. home with her family.J. i Kate ('.o..n Krederlcka, whoaerenidence In NO ..r 3n 7 ZI 90 Fl. rampan..lI" 30 Oil nf ItW 4 12 II 12 1 W. Y. .ntl..r..n 1.11 j

I. prlngte. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peavy and I and address la 15 FJldon N',4 ot N\\. ..r SWt,; U 7 tI 20 14. l'lOmplOn"lh, 5." It na AK of EL4 of NIl' :;
'-Ir'. Lillie Shears. E. Wall Sr., who has been Mr. and Mrs. Carl Street. Thornabl-On-Tee York. L..'" II. n 1. 8. 21. U. '. of 114W' n C: Z2 3 A. It. nan''I.h 4 65NW' Pt
r, and Mr. ill for Peavy of Orlando hire, EnKland. I n. 81. 3 3q. 40. 41. I of O..EI4: .t HI' % U 8 U 10 M. .1. 1I..n..hy 16.8t: 'tiNH"
,a Green. Mr. some time was taken to were visiting relatives here 1 You are r..qulrO'4tn. appear. on I 42. I'. H. 4'. 4Q. so: or NW" Re N Ifi! tt ,
nd tipI', father and St. Vincenta Hospital last Sun- last Sunday. May 15th 19RO, In the above named' a. 1\4\ 'Ii. '14. ".9. 1\A.\ I I of NW"' ,.r :?>0'10:' ofN1tt \

Court and eat,.., wherein plaintIff I n. all. 110. 81. 82. U. I \ .8 I'I: t 11 fI S,1, ..J
for
thy Ro's.Z. day treatment. Leunk Kuey Is tn New=" Jersey .....k.. divorce. Bradford, County W..IIK""n 10 5 It ftnn T.. I. Jlhn.l,." 71 041 In NI\ ('..r n' :-11'4.

Sunday visitors of Rev. and on business this | Telegraph shall rubllah thla Order ,1Wt4 oY NIO., OIt "I::', 11 5 p.: pn 31. P. WI" 1\Oq nYI.: .: '. nr NI"l III .,; ,
Coo noted Chinese Mrs. week. i In next four weekly iraucs.Witneaus i I lnt 110. 11 W"olInwn 11 I 5 U 2n 1.. I. tlhnd..n 1011 'V III ft "f NK"t (,fNE'
itlnir professor I Winter Giddlngs were Dr. T. Z. 1 Aaron Sumrrmrs and daughters I! my hand and official T..t ZOo W"nlIaw" 11 G 22 In '1'. M. Shears .99 l III II II 19 Rd,".. Harlmann 13.111 ':
/
and Koo i eal at Starke A" hal II"" I"n or Lot W Is A "r Nil' "r '
and Mr. and Evelyn Florida thla I
Mrs. I and April
Florida. poke L. W. Mildred attended V.' 'f NW' n 8 U *II J. I". AiiL iO UI
vanity of 12th. 1X50.OFFICIAL.. 11.1 22 : 5! Shear. 16 Keller '
Church last Sunu Baldwin of Gainesville Mr. and church at Mascott last Saturday i, ( SI AT., A. J. Thnma It.t'l 17, I In Wooilasan Ira 51 33 11 Florence W. L.piaika : 04I "'';n, lIlt ft t1 .f NFl ('nr
Hodlst ". I N 224 ft .'? 1,1 8 SE' ..f NE' A
hi* subject "Bleaaedpeacemaker's Mrs. J. W. Gill Mr. and Mrs. G. The Lawtey City Council meet A. Clerk of Said Co.". .'l V.'i 21Y ,.: 1t7PWondlawn I run'II lIt tt H lois .

Every G. Qiddlnga. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart last MondAy evening with Councll- By Carloa Haven K. Croalw Harper, D. C. .. 13 5 It 4 Ar.1I n. ?1II.rln./) 12671..ot. fI F. 210 It N 105 ftto j\

E. Jones. Mrs. I men ... Athorneii'.af. II. II.,7. 8. II, IA. Ii. beg 30 8 U J. F. Keller. Agt 5.4' i jor
300
A. Futch W
d hi talk which fur- T. Wall and I, Barley and Shuford llnlnexvllle.w. Fla. UnIversity Ave., I !. 31. 34. 20. In. \ 'nna a. N. ('or nt $104Ic \

U thougbt.V. Conrad Dupes all of JaCkson- 'present, Mayor Andera and Clerk Atty. for Plf. W"otll"'n 15 I U 110 I. 1. IthIn 211 60I Ntl's' lit run t1 !lIlt.
food for :Hill 4-14 4t.I I t..... 21. 72. n. 28. 37. V I fI '"' 2111 fI for v't "V '

_ Lee pastor of theHiurch ville.Mr. were present also. -n-: .n. .n._. ...'...... .,-.... ...... _n__ .._.__ 30. In Wnndla\\'n 15 I U 110 I'. I.. 101,08 ." 10,11I II beg thence run 'tY 810ft
and Mrs. W. H. 4-01 u t.n' 1. I. 3. 1. 19. 18. I H lois ft tO 2141 It {
and ]Mrs. Joyce Edwards II'V r.HC"T 'ornT. IIH'I'onl) ".'Y. P'LOIIIILS, IN CMUn4'KRV. 17. U. lit Vt4 of Lot I I N lOS II I" lu.g 2ft. U 1 J. F. Keller. A..t. 1348lVi4 ,

C'OI 'vrv, "T-joim I I ''\. Ella K. U A .11 I.n'. 19. '0. I ot S 1'nt SE': ofNV. '
NOTICE
!Paarl (ilarrlitan. Plaintiff. vn, Tuvlfl CaM No. 7019.ORDER .Anplnwall!, Iiefendant. lawn 18 5 J8 1.15 tOo 1.. nhot..n 3203 W Rn tt 0' 1011 fI oflf .
the followingdearflbeH' jarrlfran l>cr<>nUHnt ('ue No. 78M. LoIs u. H. In \\,1. .t NW'. .r $104of ',
bor.b ,tven Hat of land will be Hold ClKDCIt OK HUMLICATION PfPLfCATlOTK lawn 18 G U 20 I... 3.. Rh.den. .. 656Int. NI.I.r<:x W .n r' U 4 U Ru..n. hunter 4 OPC'm
at 12
iciinn on'"* 3rd day June 1960 o'clock noon. at th. AND NOTIOR l TO APJ'KAH AN1 NOTICE TO AWHCA.'K! : 21. *7. 2'. 81. H. I n' NW ..nr .f Nt4
E ) la.. to the amount *ne for 1949 ta".... Hereto HTATB :; ,
stark pay. TATE fP VIX>RIDA 10: llavld OF FLORIDA to John 36. 311. n, 38.to 'i' I orCW' or NWt' Ten
with all cent.
I io IM nRme, together c7-euch. unit and adiertra- OnrrlKan. whose remdeno l I.: I'n-' Herman Aaplnwall. whone realdenue rot Toi 19. A all.. '.nto _. I loll ft F. Iltn fl H ItIPft
'known. and ..ddUn k"....'n. 40 43 46. ill I w 100 It N U 8 ar: 1 J. W. "'mltl>> 5.11
You are required 1 to You are required to .aiupear on lt. \17,' 61' III: 512; I ..
H.Tew ( appear .
T. Ow.rI on
a. .. '8 ,. Court Court and ....... wherein.
and wherein .u. 'PlHlntlff Lc'ot. U. 81. 41. 42. 4Q.
.. 17. EL E. Bill CaTarttxa .20'! wiekit ''Ulvorp raime, ell... cuntodv plaintiff' .....!I unit
II S3 control of the two minor children Tel....rra4>1i. vtiall punllnh ttila 'Order. bill. n. 110.) Ill.] 112. ill. --:""3 I Lot I 1. 1 nf SIlk t Kx=:
and In newt t...' weekly. IKMUIMIVItmewa abe W Sft ft. 4-Hrl Rltch 77"
rmtciratlon of formei" 04. A N'5 of I.nt 14 In .
..... $fctl.. 2ftt nunic. "
.. .,. Bradford nrv liaml; and official seal p One Lot Com 33 ft 2 hop
P County Ttlvgritph. ahull I I Wooliawn U G 12 un T... I, flhn.IcnW'A 44 :1 .
8 al :NE publish thin Order In neat four at Stark*, 1inorldu, this April 20, ny I ot 13 A 1'J1nf! '] of NW 'or of Lot S

Hoi NEH A .. weekly iHHiieR.,, : IW T..ots. 4n. A u AN'4 I Iof Blk 3D' .A run H 41 I ft
10 ft 8 105 *Wltnpn mv hand and official will (UKFICIAI. SKAL A. J. Thomaa, 7.iI (3 In \\'oml. I R 31 1 9-4 ft N 41 ft
rt. :N lOb Ft. at Mm Clerk nfaald Court. lawn 2n I 11'1" 10 Call "Ht thence W
Ntarke. Florida, tutu ]14 //I 73 i. 0.. 1\1I..In '
sg 8 S3 J. F. 'Keller A... 3.60 U5nOFFICIAL April in, By, Hawn Oroaby I). '(:. i lot 89. In 'o..n.wn lit 5 22 10 I... I.. Hhoien 3 77N" to pt of lieg.Li" Hurrell 78 at

Cor of SE'i ( SEAL) A J. Thoman ( har'l... R. HI-.I>., 204-205 (luaranty of I.", ". In 'v", ..I. "'! : p nt Blk 37 Rx' R:

&runSIO5 A. Clerk of acid Court, life Klda9ackaonvllle.. 'Fla I lawn. 10 I n Ii Olin $,'hl)1l,1 :2 n 70 rt. Pill .'arantac. (R 42
iFI. Mra, Pt Wv Ihv..n (Cronbv n. O. Arty far :a"IT. '4.21 4t 511HHAIIFONI 1.01. I 1. 4. 7. 8 Q. Ii. I 1,01-. II. nf Blk 1 A. L.
,oro run W Ray Scld"n. Seldrn. _. 14 I. 12. '3. 3. 20, AI"...... Ad.l t" starkill 5 33 IJIIIan MrCurtrHay *.44
'S. los Ft. E '.. -'Y'" Beach, 'Florida. Rulldlng, IXITtona U18 orntoM"T .ro'"" .. > 27.; ; : 1 in %'odlswn;; In //I II 1M 1.. I... TthoIen -- 3202'Feu '(' n in u tit! '" ('01' of \
IDS Fl. to TI'NTV.. ..1.OHI..41 UN CIIA.N.Vlrrlnla Broadway A Hewf HIM
Atty. for
28 S 22 J. P. -Keller Act. '814'I I'lf. 4-2S 4t 5.., 'tmwi- ., I......... 'aea. o. itaitread '2:1: II aa .. .., I A run N lOll ft R IOA

11 105 Fl. of ,. ,"TN TiHriTT roi'HT. VThalev. Quinn. Plaintiff I ft H iON rt W 105 ft
WofSaz' T I I mi 'TV. '. '.(1111)\1 BRtnvnitn IM 1HHHV. %%_ ".. 8. H. Quinn Defendant. Cave No.7KB7. I.nt S nf Hlk 4 11. 1>. ItsnIslI .. 1111 031W to pt or her. .ft. 33 Cnlley 7018
W 4n F28 4 22 Eugene Hunter I Iof
fit 4.34 (' 15 rt "r L.oi II 5 A II :
Ft. E: "Wt Paul E. Moore, Plaintiff. va. Ti,,tt. 0Yt1'Yln! '01"' T'L'P'LIr'ATION Itlk 4 .1 p': W.. II. .Ir. .., 4 1351k ....1....... Trithr At.........,.'. "-n .r 111'% .< 'E54 3M S 3*

t, N tl in ;Moor.. I> -f..n"anl. Cane No. AND WOTICR: 'It) APPKAKSTATTC il. i..t I It,? F.: Moor, 1901Ti
7839. II
of' A 3-A I onnmi op PI'HICATION 'OF 'Fl/HIII 10': H. H. of 111k III 5V Ii': 5Ir: .... I 40111k Lot 2 nf Plk 1 Klluil.elh. McCoy Act. R14.Inhn
.
NW Tor of ANfi NOTICE TO Clutnn. -htHie renldence. and adilreaa" 19 I.hftrl..y blows -. 0.511 t.,,t I fif Illk 2 William 42*
APPBAn
IV'H of NWa 28 3 22 John Ti. Walker 230 STATE OF I FUMUDA to y..tte. i Ix: ileneral Dellvej-y\ Beauvllle. North 1 1.0" S. 5.11." Ilk 22 11..1 ihililns 4 III Ij.t .1 of nik 2 frfiuvenla Rnhlnvonr 4 SfJ
FiEnfJE. ;Moore, whone. realdence : e.ml ins. Lot 4. 0' HIk U 0. J. Phllll". -, 1 28 lot 2 of Hlk 12 W. Ilohln.on II 14
and. ad. I
iraiKlway A ,*.w .dr..*. la: nknown You tire required. to appear. on I 04% or Blk 2/1/ U..n. F. Y.ung -. I nil lots 1, S ..t ItIk U Carrie Turner R 14 '
CrooN 105 ." f1 Toil are required to May 22 rV"0 In the above' namedCourt I half SIlk 7 U..o. F. Yuunlf -:. 1 31Tone. Blk 25 A N'" ..f Rlk 28 ., A. R rian appear on I '
Ft5106 anH -wtiereln Lot 1 of Rlk 17 llnruerX llllm\ R 14
'imttae plaintiff l
\\I I Ft. to Pt May Court 15th and 1P50. In the wherein above named neeka Bradford County I .. l.swiey .1004 .1 Wa0i'.ny II. ....... 33. ::114. 31). 1111 -a Lot 2 (if bilk 48 Halll William. 219*
,
28 2 22 Clyde' W. Colon] 1491 neekll raune plaintiff .a'.Ih'O: shall publish this Order I lot 3 of Illk 48 T J. AlilermanTom I .41 L
divorce. Bradford Crnintv Lot I S-I ..f I"lk II I...,.".. K11t1. 8.30NilIlIft
In next four l letitleaWltneflH :
"larke ....110. :III Telegraph Hhall puhllfth .. this my weekly hand and official seal I :,.fIhut4aSSftof I l.l, lna.<,,,,. .,.......,. 4"i>*...... .. 845 .. "t..... 2M S 22
Order
In next four weekly l.. w*.
I of U i. of at Starke Florida thla U I.nt. 82 0111. 11.-li 1traatl.y a III .
April
fI, of NE'li r"'Pu WttnepiR my. hand and official 'titan. I I 1 A nr ltd nn I' 11IoIMIt lffl B Mra. Mike )(a.u,',',,,, I ill 1f1

I nulil, 29 8 22 Henry. Orlffln 385I neat I at Htarke. Florida, thla Aprfl (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J Thomas, ( Lot n .1 .1 Smith I 4' Lota i. 2' 3. of "lk lf !Mr*. Mike Xtaruca, l'IK03Mr : :
] HSKOFFICIAL
,i''or of :NEH< 13th. Aa Clerk of mild Court. 1.<01 12 Will I.... II ill I...,* II. 111 nf Illk ItHlk MIH .Maruva. TO Ill .
..... ( ORAL) A. J. Thom., fOr I."t 1: Killle 10'I I Lola 1 1.2. 3 I 11.
NE1, 't" run By Haven froKbv, 1). C.T W'I I harry .. I 11111 .1. If AddlMon 2
A. Clerk
d.r. a Pt of of said Court. Frank, T.rtnilruni Mturke, Fla. 1..1 411 lit ]...1 411 i':!L N fI 'I1I Lnl A ,.r Hlk 21 Jim XVall 211I.
,
,notlIn l W .. "f Bv Haven Cronby DCCMa Ally for r-lf. 4-21 4t 5-U I It ga M I- J. ,v. ttnO.inann 11 fill I.,,'. 8. 7. 8. n, ..r Itlk SIKH PrlniUH Carr .8 StI
H H.-... 201-08 n".t1I.lf. .
;SOFt KIlO) .. Plilir., Jacknonvllle. Florida Zit 112 0. ". J. While 104 of ,. .1. I I. S of Blk __ __

nnptof" 29 u I n__ Henry .0"lftlIo ,} 3.55 Atty. for Plf. 4-H ft 6-5 IN I 4IINrV i iitcrir, II"I.Olun cniiir.tl Hiiti IN 4II4.N.111"0"1)' I: OREs ".U K of. t.awler %..... '39: *. '7.1. II"I I '2''j -, I I I I Lots H io n I. 12 i.r ink Marvin (trim. ,* XlI .

., 28Frnot Wm. n.illn. 14 'n
I
'D.'rlb.d 4 .:IV. .
......_ iv Tim-i-iT. t-ninr. nntnpnnnIOI tnt .1 f'RIIII.... WI1..." 1 1111 I.ot II nf ptk SI Unknown ..2%
Corwln Plaintiff .
Book 68. : 7.e R. va.K'ele ,
.... -to >T1 KI.OHIIItl IN' CIIINneorite "
'rorin. Lot 12 Many lreoiey 111.11Il41 Li.ia 2, 9. nf bilk 2 Illahva -
29 1 22 Henry. Griffle 2.35 C'I"' vfendant.. Ca.e NoOK ..f SI'1''o 'If HI''o III 11 v Addition;: I u -, I

Ik I IV..t \V. Story,1 Plaintiff .*... :TIcS 8 14]':'" ..r sl'4 U Ii nil"" {'IMrn'I.. ltryann 1034IN" "Stark tH1R 11 I 22 Ttoht' 4L OreenK. 87.17
v..1Ae\ '
( PUPLICATIONA.vr
29 8. ,:2 O. ... '. 2.05' :Theri-ea, Kronlanl' Htory, llefcndamtCage I litTlER NOT1CR TO AI'PKAH '. of NI', nr H1'4 lit Of Lot Ii. 7, of flk 18

h, .. <.'. Add !I'."", '\ T..f No, 7HHBOH1JEH 8TATR OP FLOHIDA to'' Ebb NE'4' of NW' of Y Temple', Add l t aStark.
OF PPBICATIONAM .
24 I 22 no f'isr, T.. 7traon .
KN': 12'81N4 4 23 If. Hmlthn. 174 07
II 2 8 U Jim Walks 1 ]16 > NOTICE TO ,U'p :An (Corwrn whoee realdence and ad- (Or NVI4 of "WI.. 2r 5 II .10 1'.II.a J. IIInkt"*, :Z'WL 4 3:1I : N'' of lot 4 A all Lnt '
Iluf Rut 24 28 8 n dreHa I.: 51A Jackson A V .
Marvin Urlftl* nue.llronx ,
3 1111 KTATE OP FI.OHIDA tn: Thoreea I or SE' of B A MVk 'of S.d 8 BxK
Krcolanl Htory whoiie rm.1* New York.You I MI1.wf""a1" 2n I 22 G Willie COO... 12.17 I 2i rt of iiik 11 '
'
1'ub, 4 ( .
,,1& 17 11I,0, .1 1 NE% 1,1 %E'4 denre. I If*: Unknown.You are required to appear on 1'1'1'4 ..r NW''o ot "1'0 Ill 1\ 22 lii I'. L'. "l"i'e-t 3 ill I Temple' A <1.1 t 11 -. I
28. n Ho..r 'WI11Iam.. 3.05 May 22 1960 In the above named ;
\ are. required. to appear on OfNEt' ,
41 K' nf NI'4 if sE'4 StarkeLot 20 Ii 23 K. Mr Rao. t u : I
28 8 U Court and wherein plaintiff :
H..llie William ]3 fII \ :Mav Tftth IHO. In the ahoy. earned cause : 30 I fa 11 I.nur. "uy 1 II 9. I io of "Ik 27
28 8 U T. J. Alderman ..04fu Court and ratine., herein plaintiff eeka divorce Bradford County W't nt sI'4: .r NI I'o ..? a5W14 I Tempi. A it I.. to '

.,..... I f-eek-i. divorce Bradford Conn- Telegraph in next. four shall weekly publlHh lenuea.WrtneaH thIs. Ord.r 28 6 22 li I' n. Finn 260'W ."Htarke 3* 0 22 Ethel Final S III' '. '
0 U tv Teleicraph' ohall piihllxh ,hi. 4'.1, A "r N.'o ofNW'4 'J Lot' to ..r Illk 31 Peek'.
28' U I. B. Wllkte 3.0G Order In next four weekly. Iftnuee."WlrnenH mv hand, and official seal U I ::1 I {'. II. Addition I.. Ktaike 3*
this .t 11.\1. ID 47'Fht II 22 I, rt. Wllk 8B3 'I
at 19
Florldil. April .n'.fV'4:
hand and official :I .
... tPI.Hk I mY r.t.I..rk "f Fracl Illk A, leek'sI' ,
11 29 8 22 coal 1 at starke, Florida, thin April SXVV lying XV ,.t St.I'll ... ,.,... Addition, to "Stalks, 21 II 23 James. M Walker. 1 14
Wm. t). andere : .2... 'Ufh. 3Q51i.I (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas Vn fUll< A K ..r old U .., ,I' .

I I. Ota,4.,. I (OFFICIAL FeAT' ) A. J. Thomao.A Tlavnn Aa Clerk.: of. said Court. SI ltd No. II A al I.ii . 4 ll. I'll i-k .>.!. W i. n.nt1te. 4. *.*..... ''Iro 2MJ. a I 33
01 IIlk "clerk' of xald Court. Try 'CriMby.C. I that; "art ;.? V woo ft 5 I '
U 28 8 12! Jeff 1-ewl.. :360IOub. HyHinven C'roHhv, P C. T Frank Landrum )Mtarke Fla. of 8XV'4 of HW'4 IvInic .; V '-::- I Lot 3 .of Illk .1K 57 Nl.'kl.I 3B34.R8 I

JI .I.lu. I I Kay 8."I'n. Selden Bids. pay ton* I Atry for rif. 4-21 4t 5-U W of St. ltd No. r 1 Illk rt of XV 14 nf NK'4

I 0'' IIlk 1 2i 8 22 H. 1 Beach, .-Florida. 4iitrii'i'coiitT. BH\i>|connr 2 A. IN
Manana 6.84 5-5 .
for I'lf 4-14 4t er.lil 29 8 22
I Atty. .. Kx a trlanaiil'ir,, piece t HenryOrlffl* .
21. .
II I'Rm Stout I a i %'i-y. ri.oinoti IN CIIA.NThurbei .- I
XV N a Coin tit HK, Cor nr NI'='/, ,.
o 3 415 rt K: A. nn I
0 I 21 8 22 3tathante3CrunneII ..,! 1.'G 'r.. rrm-i IT toilEr. nntnponn ._T. end hy 719 rt :V A a t1 I of "HK": ..rNI':"' A run, i" .. .. I

Ilk I I : == H: : MaflaMMo 301 fM-N11", t-I.MHIIItl' IN <'HNClementina Toaninn., Defendant.Plaintiff C.".... nn XV Hide In NR;: ('..: 24 1* 22 23 .litme, Aj'f'.illa' '7144 N 300 ft r..r KI of l Itp..rI -. OfI \
Ma4Ige n. Coaman -
H. A. Manao.a. 1 75 -. .. thence w I ion
rt
"nato 8 IF H 1. } w"'L..r, ICWIfo' Wit! I ... ... I run I
ft sq. I" .21 JIJI H. A. Manampa 201 Cartmo, PlHlntlff. ".. No. 7838.1fltr)1'l't. npo C'r'r"LTf'ATTti'IAFFa I ,e I': """ ..'" $W% of ... .. I I N Ml rt i B: I Oil, rt H BO .5' I

00 OIl 'h..1 ... Armando I. ..ru.o. l).fendant.Cane jvmTirrTO: : A Pf'EA'HfIITATE I "'W'Io of sEt,, 211 5 n 13 I'nkn..wn 4 IIIMlvI ft In i lIt ..t bear 2NH 0 Ii 33 Jlenrr 'Irlffl '.ITHeerk. ,

'1 d 8} -:'1:0."I'M38' OF PI.OKIDA I tot, !MadaeB of SW'lo ..r IIWI4 U I IS 10 Ith'hurtl 'Vl..ln" 4.Ra of Loin II A 4 nfIllk a r .
tot OF 'ITB1CATION] ,1 "nankin A.I.II- .. I
''ht II.... ivof OKMFK' whnne realdenc and .:'''' nf $1.2' uf NWI "t .
AN1NOTICE: :/ Tf APPKAIl Coetnan ..WII, IR 5 21' S Th..m. Vower. .I.. 5 ItO lion ,tn Town nfHlarke I I
i4W'' t1 12 S. E. aImmon. Elal 1101 STATE OF FOHHIA to: Armando ndi1re. la: 2Z.1 Htulaon Street ''Rlio nr NI of NW" "r" 2* 8 22 Unknwn S IC :

700 E.,. w : 1... 'T'HruH**, Whose residence la 95 Ilorhewter New Tork.Yim I, 1'\\11. A flWI/o ofNW't V r"'ISf i SWl-4 of NKH' A XV;t ,.? ,
2 to on
e Cur.. E. I i Navy Walk New. I Prnoklyn. ranaewherein plattrtlffeeeke ,,, "V MIVL. .f S'VV U II U U J. W. HI.llnn I f'rym.r A..t. 1111 I
I S 33 8. E. Simmon*, Etal 7211 Tou are required. to appear on an* or I..I 48. 49 In
:Mar Ifirh Itffto. In the above nam divorce. ITadford County W..II..wn 2. 5 22 '10 J.V.. ')tigdn 8 UI. ..I".I".Ie. (. .2. MMIler4 edTVitirt and rauHe wherein ;Teleitrai'h I shall tmhliHh thla Ortler ...,. 47. U. 50. U. In' -
cT.as ...... .r, tttlj ,ef "...k. plaintiff iM-ekp divorce. and rentor- in next four weekly" lnHueaWltneaa W'llawn 31 I G U 40 n. It. Mil41.trn.it. 'O.flO I."r I nf Itlk II T.naiisa. Jnh..fln 18 ft3
.
official seal)
ail Mi of maiden name Bradford m-r hand 'and L"" It. 7. 10. ft. 21. 23. 11VI. Of lots: II..J ',f 111k 5 'tYm. M'f'lao.i: J I .
Conntv Telegraph' nhall] puhli..h at Htarka, Florida, thl April 19 In Wn..lI..wn R2 I U '70 n. n. MI.Io.k. 17 fIN t.II: It bilk II tY,,, Me4l.nl B

tnla Order tn next four. weekly.. Inaue 1950 Thnm..1 I i NW\o\\ fOr MWI/ fOr SF:'. 34 5 U 10 II. ('. 1'.lIn.1t 433 1,4,10 I. 4 or IIIk .14 '....ul". Johnson 421
y OFFICIAL HTCAT.: ) A. J 1.00 II ..f bIlk I """I'lla'
AREZ Men's Clothing All ltif'4 "r NW'4' (. .1Sf'4 .
STORE 11111 tntneMmy. hand and official A* Clerk of laid Court. W ofltI 34 27 : w. 'l''r.twfrd II'ieiuIiq In NW' ..f
Established 1894 Tlorlda thin April BY Haven CroeVv. T>. C. g U NWIfo 3ft 4 I U Unknown
oeal at "starke Fl.| I.'., Ill l'.et.VilI. 135 22 1 I ten. WhItney isa I
: Starke
IMn, t1l10.OF1"lC'IAf4. T. Frank T.andrum 4.21 ('"mmn"'" r' SW .'or f' 1 oia N. 9 I.t bIlk II I.ak.
( FFAL: ) A. J Tbomaa.A. Atty. for nr. 4US-12 | 0.f NWIoI NW'. A I I Kingsley' IICI5.ht.. In .
Clerk of "aid Court. : : F.JnW..1 run N a1n r' for I ofhog Of I NH'0' .f ,::011"-. all II U n. n. Mimi 11111
n TOaSt 4.fllr5 'T I: '.. I ". ..f 19t4 :1 1 U It
P-r Tta-v-pn Cr' *n>y, T> C. IMnn ICIS VSVfl then"'" 'In : 700 1 : \; ; : AIt.erl 14t'hinkeg nu 'i
flHCTTT.
William T>. \.0. ItO? Clark JI IlirHI. ft S 4110 tt 'V 780 ft 'V 11" iou. NW'S .If $H'4: .? I
Bldtc..311t'kcnnvtfle, Florid 4 F-oni> 4-ot-\iT, FI.O'II". It 431) It t., JOt ur hog 111100 4 1 U I 14'dliI, ....lIIn" 2 n ;
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YOUR REQUIREMENTSPays Atty. ft-r I'lf 4-n It 5.5 l inirKnr.C Es: hIt U 5 U ft IInry 1I..altton '.13 Lot 7 .I hIPs I, t.httis, i "
1' PIUCHAHn.Plaintiff /fnl'vw"tI H. I I sa "Iaw
"'4 of :1Dr "$F.I4: fOr 1<
".1. Ton mix NW' 35 5 2-2 filii" f'.11 "T8ntl. 2.110 10 lf..1 fI".k 1111, IISS1't
t Notice Iw herehy given. that the "UTIESSIE. P4.: ,.r W''o, of 1'4: or' 1 1 U 1.a.ra ''.....o 02? 1 ::

To A'rate With Slack I Board of Cfiunty Cfunmla-ilonera of, Defendant.r MAE: PrtTCHAnD. ..1 IV% ,8 "4 l','. 0 f' SF'.4 of: NW".., : t'.Pi In 1 22 40 Cora I.". V fll....... IS 8t
Bradford Cotintv Tlurlda will re.reive 74W'4 nf NK' 'MVi'" I IIII'SW' All I h'.i nr "514of .'
>nr KH OF rrrtT.TCATiovNOTICR ART 10":', ..r $E' w "r
ecnl1 bid. at the c unty ; ;. .
". .r NE' or "
PROPANE "" GA's Court Ilonee In ftarke. Florida, un- '' TO FILE) ANSAVEH OHOTHEH ....F.'I ,.f MWI4 till D 22 :50/ Jvhn Hampton .J IS ."n'v ..aI.,1 it.l! J5 .7' 22 I Anthony La.arcayk 211 "
!N03
I OO AM Monday, PIPMr ro) The t4 of 110'"? .''rtlnnnf ('''0 7" yba W nl 510 .1.
GAS rtnoz: 19AA. for 'lhk1u'I.: ; :, -* of STaTE OP FlrinA! N'4 .f HWI. that a 0'.T for Sec Iff.A run t
Appliances FKSSIR MAR PnlCMAHD. I nl I W Ion tI N 21" ft, I':
all labor IInd material and for the II.'A' "f ltd S.. 13 I 'j;
]Mnnlenhad Avenue, Norfolk Vlr- 24n fI H 110 YI 10 10". I" 1 Z'
erection r.f county Jail building I to ? i lot I ho N %% ( .r t r. n. .. ("Illra KaftO n 1T
he erected : Kfarke Bradford Cotin- arlnla.You left HAWk. :: ) .. : 1.ot 14 "V Ilk 14 I' 1 22 tHady. I. Shafer '.71

LADE GAS COMPANY Inc.E.CallSt. tv Florida' tinder the prnvtelona ejfSertlon are required to earve T..aMR" youraniwer rr It A M" I':. H IIIfi 0 1'4' A I it.: : ( 'or of t. :'
lift HI and 135 OS FloridaHratutex or other pleadings on 3 8 U 4 J. II Mrrle'kl..nd. S Ill/ N4, ,.t ". A lit, AIn
dav. M. I9>0. In the above named NW "op ,r "WI4 nfSH'4
Kenolutton No. 10* ( .!
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and ," 1 L"l i'i NW Cnr of S'4i.f .
wherein' plaintiff .
atrd ,
CollaR 92A
Court I
idopted hv cam/ Board and, accord- Ntt'i: of SXV'80' ft r.I $lIlf'r8N' U. '
Tra4lfor
Fla
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Notice Htarke the Countyof '.A of W(4( of NXVy
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Slut day of :Mar. All that I..tl"n
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUSTTT TELEGRAPH 8TAKKE FLORIDA I 11Reaidesce

Beta Sigma PhiThe Mrs. Morse Named
Guild
WMS OrganizedAt B.S.P. Rushees Methodist Circles Wesleyan

OfficersAt Theta Chapter of Social Work Head
T Met MondayThe Elects Gamma
Airpark ChurchThe Honored At Tea Beta Sigma Phi Sorority :will

circle of the Methodist the regular meeting in the hold It* regular monthly meet- Mrs Ruth S. Morse. Execute
women of the Airpark Baptist Members of the local Beta Sigma educational building on 8, at
: Women's Society of Christian Methodist Ing Monday evening, May Secretary of the local
church of Starke met Tuesday, Phi sorority and Its new rushees Service met for regular programand Monday, the Wesleyei Guild of 8 o'clock In the home of Mr* E. Red Cross Chapter, has AmerE)

and Wednesday afternoon of last t were entertained Sunday afternoon socal gatherings Monday af the Starke Methodist church nom "Dowling, Sr., corner Orange bees ,p
week to study the W M. U. man from four until six o'clock ternoon. inated officer for the new year and Call Streets. All member pointed Bradford County 'l1a111ntn

OffiC.1"b ,. ual under Mrs. Cecil Rathel, state, wfth a delightful "Preferential Circle 1 was entertained In the which begin In June. and ruahee are requested to be of the Florida State Conference ,
June Caldwell W. M. U. Field worker. On Wednesday Tea" at the home of Mr*. W. B. home of Mr. A. W. Anderson, Sr., Officer elected are a* follow: present Social Work by Mr. Laths DtU'if
State Farm 46 Editor I'bone 2. afternoon, following the Sewell honoring "Founder's Day" on Mable Street, and arrange Mr. M. W. Cressler, president; Chairman of Region Three

book Ed- and the rushees. flowers Mrs. Paul Bridges, vice-president; Mr Morse
v # completion of the Mrs. ments of mixed spring will attend a
mond Tenly, New River associations Spring flowers were tastefullyused were used In decorating the home Mrs. C. J. Frazier, corresponding May BreakfastSet ink of regional chairmen at mt'ft isonvtlle !,

Piano Studentso Baptist WMS Circles W. M. U. president, organ- throughout the home. The Mrs. Bertha Pearce ,circle: leader secretary; Miss Carol White, recording For May I 10thThe on May 6, at which U,.
ized the women Into a Women's tea table, overlaid with a madeira presided during the business secretary; Miss Oleeta Mrs. Constance PrlngU
Be Heard Met TuesdayThe Missionary Society cloth, was centered with an arrangement meeting while, Mr. E. K. Perry- Green, treasurer; Mrs. W. B. Se-1 Starke Woman's Club will Executive Secretary of the RUdd

fin Joint Recital circles of the Baptist The following officers were elected of purple larkspur and man had charge of the devotlonals. well, enrichment of spiritual life; hold its regular meeting Wednes- da State Conference ot FJoH
yellow rose buds, the sorority' Mrs. W. G. Halle a short talk Mrs. C. S. Partin, missionary education Work will SOCII]
Women's Missionary Society held : Mrs. Wallace Thlpen, ers- gave day, May 10, at 12 o'clock in the be the princlpa ,
Mr, L A, Canova and Mr. the regular program and social Ident; Mrs. Mary Smith, vice president flower At either end of the table on "The Joy of Being a Christian and service; Mrs. Nelson club building. This meeting will er, speak

Vlll Edwards ,will present their meetings Tuesday afternoon. ; Mrs Margaret Bell, secre- was a silver coffee and tea ser During the social hour Mrs. Green, Christian social relations; be the annual May Breakfast with

music pupils in a joint recital t In Arrangements of red radiance tary; Mrs. Johnnie Borden, trea- vice. Tea and coffee were poured Anderson served delicious refreshments 1111Ga.rn!ta Hutto, recreationand Mrs. I. N. Breazealle in charge of Farm BureauThe

Etna Woman'i Club Thursday night, roses were used In decorating for surer and stewardship chairman; hv Mrs. Sewell. hostess, and by to the 12 member present. supplies; Mr. Nelma Keen, arrangements. Following the
May 11, at 8 o'clock Robert Halstens. Mrs Herbert Retch, co-hostess. membership; Miss Madge Middle- I
the meeting of the Ida Darby clr- Mrs. community breakfast Installation of officers 1950 corn contest
Those taking part are George cle at the home of Mr. H. L. missions, chairman; Mrs. S. W. Guests were greeted at the door Mrs. E. L. Mathews, Mrs. Jack ton status of women; and Mis for the new year will be held. Hostesses cussed at the Bradford\\1 i ,e die,

[[Patten Berge Searing, Franklin I Brownlee. Mrs. J. E. Futch served Halstens, mission study chairman: by Ann Hayes, Loyree Hartmann, McComb and Mr. Albert Lee Audrey Newman, publicity. I :will be Mrs. O. L. Beasley, I Farm Bureau meeting County|

jjsimmona Retch, Barbara Bunch, as co-hostess. and Mrs. Lacy Conway, program Marlon Long and Hazel Fields. Crosby were eo-hoatesses to'circle : Mrs. R F. Demorest, Mrs. T. courthouse tonight ( In >he.
((DotUe Sue Biggs, Jean Dugger, W and Mrs. Grace chairman. Soft mufllc was provided through. 3, which met at the home of Mrs. of H7,- Hart Friday [
Mrs. G. Flynn I Virginia with a population Shepherd, Mrs. W. H. H'I 8:00: W. M. Edwards
Clair Jean Mundy, Mary Agnee Nunnery were welcomed a* new Regular meeting date will be out the afternoon by Dorothy Rosa Mathews at Church and Tenth! 610 had the largest number of M. F. Brown, Mrs. H. C. ,announced Wednesday secretary All. ),
Matthews, Barbara Bate, Nancy Streets. me,,
members in the circle. the first and third Wednesday of and Merry Beth Smith. residents. and Mrs M. W. Greasier. :bens are urged to be
prese
Bate.. Frances Caldwell, Sandra Rushers enjoying the tea were Mrs. J. R. Wainwright circle i I
Impressive
Mrs S. E. Sparks gave an each month.Winsome. I
Johns, T>. Retch Green; Sandra devotional followed with Wilma McClane, Martha Yancey, leader, presided over the business;

|WJinama, Carolyn Crews, Shl- prayer, and Mrs R A. Thomas Class 'Margaret Scruggs, Grace Page,: session and led.in the Bible study OUR OWN BLEND FLAVOR PERFECT
-1
nne Smith, Ann Cressler, Mary Jacqueline Moorer, Merrll Gard course.
Her
had charge of the program.

Julia arol, Lawson Bessent,, James Agnes Lawson Lawson,, Roy topic Ward was "Family gave a talk Altar on:""AltarsIn Mr*. Has Supper PartyThe ner, and Betty Deas.Fellowship flower Lovely were arrangements used In decoratingthe of spring Tea Bags o tf6 is ofo48 37c

IJFS-ltz Pellum, Patricia Pallium, the American Home," and Mrs Winsome Class, of the First SupperAt living and dining rooms for
Dennis .Richards, Betty Williams, this occasion LIBBYS FANCY GARDEN GREEN
Edmond Tenly spoke on "Family Baptist church entertained husbands -
PInkie Durahlmer, Betty Jean Devotional Life", while Mrs. L. of the member with a fried Stump HomeThe At the close of the meeting a .
Lima c
Schmitt, Kathryn Johns; Margie delicious salad course was served Beans N2
0. Powell gave "Epistle from chicken: supper In the church ed-
Wall, Mary Lou Durshlmer, ,Icatlonal Friendship Class of the by the hostesses to the 11 member -
Today. Apostles" building Thursday evening -
ohnnle Wall, Mary Julia Futch, : .
Presbyterian Sunday school was present.
April 27. CRYSTAL PURE PEACH
,
Mr. Ward, circle leader, pre .
Jackie
avid Brdwnlng, Harley, entertained 'last Friday' eveningat
Ida Edwards, Wendell Kelly, aided during the business meeting, More than 40 member and the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Circle 2 m fn the Methodist

avid Kelly, Terry Futch, Gayle at which Ume the menu was plan their spouse were present to en- F. Stump, where a picnic supper educational building with Mr.. L. Preserves 12 oz. lBC

loore, Mary Ann' Wells, Patsy ned for the Brotherhood supperto joy the evening of fellowship and was enjoyed In the spacious\ yard D. Green as hostess.

alnwrlght, David Canova, Levy be held May It. old fashioned song singing of the Stump residence. Lovely vases of gladioli and
Canova, and George Canova. The next meeting will be held Mrs. Thelma Alvarez Mra. Ma- Easter llllles and bowls of sweet
musical
Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Canova with Mr. E. J. Dowling with Mrs. con King and Mrs. Era Wasdln Following supper a peas were used In decorating for

cordially Invite the public to at- Q. B. Flynn as ro-hostesa. were in charge of arrangement E.program M Davis was, presented pianist, and by Mrs.Mlas this meeting.A ( Jet lour Moiiev's Vorth

end. During the social hour tasty Evelyn Stump, soloist short business period with 1
refreshments were served by the P-TA Meeting SetThe the chairman, Mrs. L. D. Green, '
A short business
kdams-O'Neil meeting was presiding, was held.
; hostesses Bradford County' Parent presided. over by Billy Jackson Mrs. I. P. Shepherd conductedthe If you don't get full measure of eating pleasure from the

,The marriage of Miss Doris The Daisy -Fowler circle met in Teachers Association,' will hold class president. C. M. Turney of devotional from Psalms 122 meat you buy-It's not worth the price. Next time-buy

'Nell and Otis Adams of Starke, the church parlor Its regular meeting next Tuesday the: State Farm was speakerfor and a poem, "Just for Today wisely-buy quality "Super-Right" quality and be sure

/as solemnized at a quiet cerenony Mr Ada Lawson had charge afternoon May 9, at 3:30: o'clockIn the evening. was read by Mrs. Green. Mrs. L. of meat that's juice-filled temptingly tender down to
*
in the Bethel Baptist Church of the program, using as her topic the high school library. All About fifty members and guests D. Vining was welcomed back the last morsel. Every "Super-Right" cut Is guaranteed

lday evening, April 21, at 8:30: Mlssiona." Rev. L. D. Halnes members are urged to attend.CARPENTER.S were present after an extended absence J to please your taste. If It doesn't we'll gladly return
[ 'clock Mrs. Green: assisted by Mrs.
gave an inspiring talk on "Stewardship" t your money; For satisfaction at a sensible price
The double A. F. Sauls, Mrs. J. B. Cottrell
ring ceremony was make bite
/ every "Super-Right"i"SuperRight" !
. erformed by the Rev. R. L. Lee, and Mrs. Shepherd served delicious
"
At the close of the meeting I r ii "
refreshments to the nine member k- -
pastor of the church In the presence
d ellclou refreshment were served present. Western End Cut SHORT SHANK Smoked
of member of the families Ready-to-Eat
by the hostesses Mrs. L. H. ,

and Arrangement friends. of white gladioli Hough and Mr.. J. P. Tomllnaon. -- Mrs Mersereau Pork Loin roast lb. 45c Cooked Picnics 37Ib

kind Easter lilies, placed against
Lorena circle convened Is WCTU
The Epperson HostessMrs.
k background of palms, were usted attractive home of Hoar thorn HI'\V gal covered ly on Levy Canova ((51'.) ,
to decorate the church for the In the themselves with laurels again at Seems when he was a very youngmen Mabel "Super-Right" lb. ARMOURS BANNER Fancy i LB. PKG
Mr.? M. F. Hazen with sixteen Mersereau :was
cession Mr. Sapp presided athe their District meeting in Jack he was even quieter and said
members and one visitor present.The hostess to the April meeting of Beef' Chuck roast 63c
piano, playing*the traditional devotional was presented sonville*recently Brought still lens than he does today, andhe' the WCTU In the home of herdaughter Sliced Bacon 390
veddlng marches hbme a lovely gong presented by certainly no big talker now Mrs. Harold
For her wedding the bride chose by Mrs L. B. Daniels using" Mrs.the their district chairman to the My Informant says he came Pansies In low bowls added Glasgow a "Super-Right" Rib or lb.
Altars.
heaven blue shadow organdie theme "Family club the into the of their next- FANCY
having greatest percentage dining room CENTER
*era made with a full skirt and Paul Raymond and Mr. Jesse. : of attendance at the four door neighbor on Kingsley Lake I, springtime Mrs. Mersereau note to the atmosphere Brisket Stew . 29c CUT DRY SALT lb,

fitted bodice. She wore white *ewsoma assisted with the pro- annual meetings Hear Pat one day and said "Mrs. Stewart, using Psalm led 37, the and devotional White Meat
kccesBorle prayer
and a corsage of pur gram. Lambe and Thelma Dlnkln won I hate to come In your back door was offered by Mrs. I. 25c11ERMANS01tANGE
P.
ple orchids. Mrs B. L Thomas, circle leader lovely door prizes of earring like this, and I hate to bother you, Mrs. Jennie Thornqueat Shepherd "Super-Right" Grade A
Following the ceremony a releptlon presided over the business session and Pauline Torode and Marian too, but your house Is on fire." Interesting read an

was held In the home of Howe really did themselves proud Seems the entire front porch was Frances Willard article, and concem'pg Mrs. J.'T. Florida BAND All :Meat r' 1 lb. pkg.

|he Rev. and Mrs Lee. i> with speeches on women in public''' blazing merrily, but Levy still Quigley gave short Skinless

home Mr. and Mr.. Adam :will be at St. Marks AuxiliaryAt relations and Industry didn't get excited or in a hurry Nature's Bill"a Delegates poem/ "Mother gave FRYERSDressed Franks 4Sc
In their apartment on Wai- Hear that Jaquelln (Andrews) Interesting
reports of the District
hut Street. the meeting of the St. Mark's Moorer will enter Johns Hopkinsin
Am told that Madge Whiting Convention in Archer on April A Drawned Ib.r7 SSe
.
Ladles Auxiliary which was held May for an operation, and for 20. IA
received an offer from a small
'.O.W. Meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock In mer' Starkelte, Doshla (Smith) At the close
Melbourne hospital that was too of the meeting the Fresh
the pariah house, plans were.made Brown underwent one recently hostess Ground Beef
eld Tuesday good to pass up, so she packed served delicious refreshment J j \, for the annual silver tea to beheld .
bag and baggage, kids and all, and Favors were tiny corsages
.The Woodmen Hall was beautifully on Thursday afternoon. May reported there In less than four New face In new places: Ray of pansies tied with a white rib- HEADLESS '

decorated with Easter lilies C. day. Also note she's sportinga Howe working Industriously with bon bow-emblem of, the organization & DRESSEDFroz'en
Rnd mixed flower for the regular >Kra. M. G. Gahagan, directress lovely diamond from Ralph Mc- Humprey Gold, and John Anderson c
presided during the business seslon. Joining forces with Florida The next Whiting lb. 15
etlng of the W.O/W. circle Lendon, Baptist Church construction meeting will be a
Tuesday evening of last week. The report was made on the worker Incidentally, Power & Light Seems that "measuring party" to be given / ,
The ritualistic work was beautl- district meeting held Thursday of Lillian Ray finally wound up in Charlie Parker has been transferred Thursday evening May 25.: It ,

fly demonstrated during the last week In St. Augustine. Other Melbourne, too, after leaving to the Madison office Hear will be patterned after one given

netting with all officer at their routine business was transacted. Stark, for Lake City Spotted that Curtis Malone caught a large by Mrs. N. T. Ritch for the WCTUat Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

latlona. Delicious refreshment were Beryl Casey' home on 30-day leave bans a few day ago and some her home on Walnut Street 81 SWIFTS BLAND LARD

The distinguished guests, Mrs.essle served by Mr*. O. L. Beasley durng'the after decommissioning of the USS friend saved his head, with the year. ago. Honorary members,

Greene, district managerf social. hour. Macon He' in Fire Control mouth adorned with a salt box, to their wives, and husbands of the Swiftning, 3 lb. 70c

Live Oak, and Mr*. L. Lee, which I II Gunnery! and not a fireman put Into a.fellow-worker'* car the WCTU member. will be gueits.

president of Live Oak grove, were WSGS Study Set aa the name indicates next morning-but someone's pet This will take the place of the
resented with appropriate gifts Will leave In June on another cat Beat them to It Pat Lamb regular meeting for May.' SWIFTS TASTY I

(rom the circle.Following : The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist .hlp for 18 months In European was bemoaning the fact that her Prem : '40c
I the meeting a delicious I Church will have a missionary water And Delbert Casey. size 10 shoe are so hard to find -

covered dish supper was en. book study today (Friday) In theeducation began work this week with the in this vicinity, and someone con- FRESH RED SPANISH 15's
oyed. Hostesses for this oc- building beginning at Seaboard Railroad in Jackson soled her by mentioning that Je- SWIFTS

purton were Mrs. W. L. Andrew. 10 o'clock entitled Missions In ville welt Fogg wears a size 14 Chop Ham50c PINEAPPLES each -19c
Ira Vlrgie Barksdale and Mrs. Japan." At 12:30: pm. luncheon Boy what an understanding! '. JDIOVA -

Jae Greene. will be served In the building. Heard an amusing utory recent -
A grout" of friend barred In WILSONS DOG FOOD BANANAS, Golden Ripe, 2 lb. 25c
unexpectedly on Melba Partin one
Ideal 2 for
25c
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CARPENTER'S night for a surprise housewarmIng -
CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'SNo. A lithe belated, but welcome '

none the less .Seems Proto v r/ ORANGES, 5I Ib. bag - 29c

Partin held the door open for _
g" Madge Middleton, who was up-
1 40c Gl f noised to be coming bv on school ( ii WASHINGTON WINESAP

_. business and. lo and behold, she 1a
ICE) 1I APPLES 2Ib.
wa>* followed by a dozen others. 29c
TEA ,, '. Margaret Miller and Mildred Doyle ,
., I with lemon wfr' o' took Melba lovely potted plants ..E t FLORIDA WASHEDPOTATOES

,;; and Pat Lamb made a gift of one
-- ,,' -rS of hey crcheted Red Bliss 4 Ib. 29c
-.... "panty" pot holders ,
.r'I .Peeped In Just In time to
,; hear Lovre* "Hartmann bemaoning CALIFORNIA, 60'aLETTUCE

the fact that her Easter lllllea ANN PAGE PURE "
Iceberg 2 25c
heads
were In full bloom ,
No.2. 35c ; } at her house Grape Jelly ,lb. jar 19c
next door to Melba's and here she PASCAL 48's T
,L* moved} 'way out of town and
with the
and
Fruit Salad
Frozen
Tossed didn't to them. cop CELERY,2 stalks
get
enjoy Ann Page Zesty 6-oz. JarMustard 19c

Served on Lettuce With Green Salad No.3. 50c The Junior-Senior- Banquet In gown crowd 8c FLORIDA ,

Mayonnaise Pickle Chips & the new Cafeteria tonight wsAa
Served With (Friday) GREEN
Saltines should be a very colorful event ALSO BEANS, 2 lb. .. .. 29c
Pickle Chips A Saltlne '
what with Its South Sea Island Ann Page Fancy 14-oa.: Bot

theme .How will the boys keep, Elgin & Hamilton Ketchup( 19c LAUNDRY SOAP Toilet Soap Bath Bar

their mind on their speeches with r P & G 7c LUXlOc
all those grass skirts
waving
a-
WATCHES
CALL "64"For round : .Sorrv to hear of Joe ANN PAGE EGO HARDWATER SOAP "

Truby-a serious nines Hi- Im'laden Professional Model for Noodles Toilet Soap Med. Bar
sister and - 9c KIRKS7c,
FREE Lunch De- brother-in-law. Eva and Doctor A Nurses IVORY 3 for23c
Potato Salad Jim Killlan of. Waynenvllle, N. C

livery Between The Chicken Salad are with him. .Encoursrin newe Ann Page QUART Jar Toilet Soap Reg. Bar' FOR INSTANT SUDS

Hours of 11 & Sliced Tomato from Helen Strong (IMrs. Harley) CAMAY
a.m. has It that she can be uo and around Salad Dressing *- 43c > 7c JOY .' 27c
Seneol With Other Suitable Gifts For
1 p.m. the house a little afte
Lrttwe Saltiiw OCEANS OF SUDS
breaking her pelvic bone In a tall Graduation at Moderate OCTAGON SOAP

several week ago, Hear that BABY LIMAS: TIDE -25c Flake, -25c
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Prices' ,
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Our prescription service is unexcelled for quick Charles Mooney'ha been appointed '
a Cadet Sergeant at Cliemaon Beans 2 lb. 29c OLD DUTCH ITS :MARVELOUS
efficient service. One try will convince you that with duties of Squad Leader O ,

iJ Congratulations Vlitit Our Store Before You Buy CLEANSERllc VEL -2Sc
ice render expert service at all times. Our motto. : NAVY

"Quality drugs at minimum prices." Hear that Virginia' Smith w*. 0
surprised on her
umpty-umpth Beans lb. 13c
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birthday anniversary Wednesday GEM JEWELRY ,
evening, with husband Junlus serving ,

as hat .Quite a congenial Starke's Leading Jeweler
PINTO
CARPENTER'S
gathering and a good time wa
had by alT. .__,.. Railway Vtatrk" 1.........

The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled Well Seems to be all for now 109 E.. Call St. Starke, Fla Beans, lb. 15c 300 East Call St. Starke Fla.
So long, see you In the next. ,1. ,

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iII195 MAY5-1950 'I'IMr.



BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FlY"


H.Mrs Quick Herbert Deal' and Mrs. C. : and Mrs. M. F. Hazen had See graduation "'alt. at Alvarea. %.._... ar.tTK:: or Fl.onint TOI ('...a tin. 7.S4. I.|I.of minor children and contlntia. !

Spf'nt'Io'f'dnf'lIday' and a s their guests recently Mr. and Mr*. F F Stump returned to Naomi King Whose renldeno I I. 732 Order or PnfcH....l<>. ,.d Xellce T.' support of children. .firadfIfr :
Thursday April 19 & 20 In Orlando Mrs. W. E. Plumber her Wallar Street. Philadelphia Pa .t P...... OT4TIO or EI.051I9 \ Tm( County Telegraph shall Publish tblaiOrder ; ,
as guest of Mr. and Mrs. and children home here last Friday after You ar* required, to app..a.In John rcdward: Dlec'kntan, whose raIdenca -(I 'In next four weekly l..u..<.
I1i C R. Patty Ann and Ida Lou of Eau spending .a week in Monticello June 6, IRSfl In the above named I .A addreH IM care Paul Keataurant. Witness my hand and official semi'
Cooksey Mrs. T. E. DeFore gavea Gallic.Mr visiting her Court and ,'aise, wherein plaintiff No. AH2.1 8rd Avenue, Mrooklyn. I'al, Htark: FlorMH, this May 3. ISiC.
luncheon In their honor son-in-law and daugh- eka dlvnrre Hrariford County Telearanh i New York: I (OKKICIAl( HEAL) A. J. Thom_
day afternoon. Wednes and Mrs. L. J. Green and tar Mr and Mrs. W. H. Thomson net four shall |nil>ll.h thla'. Order. In ,\.. \I are required to appear on An Clerk of laid Cnort. .
NEWS At the monthly children weekly 1euea ..tun. 5 In the 1 rk.T .
Judy and Archie accompanied Jr. Witness my hand 1050 above named By Haven ( 'roehy tieputy Cl
and
meeting of the Quest ... official Heal] Court and cause wherein plaintiff:: Frank IjinOrum, Stark.. FlorldM. ,
which Mrs Deal Is founder Club. of by F. T. Abernathy of Mrs. J C. Chlldress of Reids- at(OFFICIAI I<' .k.. Florida KKAt.. ,) thla A May J. Thorn a.n60..., I I s aeek divorce, cuntody. mid, control'''Ally for Plf 1.5 4tir
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were they Graham were In Daytona Sunday vine. N C. Is visiting her son Anerk| of said Court I .
guests of
honor. -- ---
Lemuel Colson Mr. and Mrs. Dave Turner Mr. afternoon Thursday, of taut week visiting Mr and daughtt>t-In-Iaw. Mi. and Mr*. By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk I '

)jrL Thursday, and Mr. D. D. Oliver and Mrs,. they attended the Dean Greens father. J. W. Abernathy. Johnny Chlldresa Atty for Pit Vif .t 5-24 1
Morris
I lurprl e seated at Frank Bryan. all of Ft. Lauderdale to Starke Memorial Tea' and returned Emmett Farrell of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sanders have I. Clre.lt (.rt.. Hr.dford ('...f,.. Just Installed I

TheY were their old visited Mrs. Turner's, Mrs. on Thursday evening was visiting friends here recently.Lt. .. moved to Cross City. Jame KlorMai Jo:... haaeerr.

,'f tab1e whpn who Is chief: Oliver' and Mrs. Bryan's sinters Wayne Mrs. L. s. Hutto and grandson, Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall' Mrs Edmond Tenly and Mr.. 1.oIlIM..
nWel of Jr. Bay county. Miss Juanlta Bessent and Miss I In Jacksonville Kenny spent last weekend of Starke and St. Augustine have Cecil! Rathel spent the day Friday 'fR s Of .'..."...tI... *.,! M..)lr, T.. : .I

nlf and had MinnieBesaent last week. and Mrs. visiting Mr. I purchased a cottage on the north In Gainesville with the Pine Grove 4peart "''' "r.1 nr. KLIIHIIIV T..I COME OUT and BOWL A GAME!
( T. F. Julia Louise
unannounced Hutto and terns< of Baptist Ounter. whose rentdenue I
Lake
He flew over : Just arrived Bummer dresses I Ily. Kingsley from E. W. Church teaching the book. I is Oeoriretnwn South CarolinaT..i -
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them. Coun- $ .915 A. 6.85 at Barkwlale'ii. ,H ayes. "Partnership. with Christ" to the You are requiretl; lo appear on ,
11. Clt)' in Bay Guests of Senator I Alvarez Store W.M.S. .. S, 1950 In the shove
named
scoutling: Guests of Mrs..W. B. Alexander and Mrs. -hradujtiarU-rn for women Court and u'aus... wherein plaintiff PINE TREE INN
Ie ;X recently were Mrs. George Charley E. Johns recently graduation nulls. Mrs. T. G Carter of Providence .evk. divorce Hrndrord County Teleirraph .

ur .f-r to Schenks and daughter, Suzanne. were Senator S. D. Clnrk and Mr. and M,.. W. L. Edwardsand pent last Thursday here visiting nest four shell weekly puhlieh l I.*ue this*,. Order In .1

,>eren'.. be and Mr*. A. I. Faulka all of Waldo.. Maurice Tripp of Monticello daughter, Fredricka of Jacksonville her sisters, Mrs. J. H. Fields and .Wltneii* my hnnd and official Heal -. Refreshments

panama City. P. M. Barefoot Orange Juice-Martin I'h 228.1. and their guests. Miss : Mrs. Ida Miner. I Ktarke.. Klnrldtk. this May I. 1950.
banqut'tr spent several I OKKICIA1, $lC/tL;: ,) A. J. Thomas P
| (for the Jtr days in Tampa visiting his mother,. Mra Mary E Wynn returned 'Dorothy Elam of Greenfield. Artare !Storc-.heatiqtlarters. for A" Clerk of ""!"1 Court,. -, r r r
Alvarez S >ra.Lll to her home here Tenn., were' of graduation suIt.. HyHaven .'rosly neputy ci-rk. H ;
.ull. al Mr*. F. A. Barefoot who la recently guests Mrs. W. H. John J.
La .on, Mrs. J. ,T. ill. seriously after spending several weeks!! Struth and Miss Kate Struth. Mrs R. E Taylor of Baldwin I nnlal .A v.Hendermm.. .laksnvlie, 105,1 4813 Jo'lorl.ln i'.i.) : _ ._,. _ .

tTL H. A. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin hadas visiting her daughter. Mrs Ed Mrs. ,V. H. Smith visited' Mrs. visited her sisters, Mrs. J. H. .tty. t..r I'lt. 1-6 4t 5-26 : ..l1 Th .

u1 spent Tue.we.k .- their Reynolds of Jacksonville Beach. Artford Brown. who Is In \!heAla'cma Fields and Mrs. Ida Miner last Is (.Irei.l. V..u,*. H."f".d To the 1..I.le! of Hnulfonf ,
guests
Mrs.Griffin's .
recently
In TaflaphollpraPbIc Fhpld.si I.. ... .. c..ae" '
visiting Among those attending County Hospital I n Saturday e .r. '
the I v,4
brother-in-law and sister I Th..lma Irene ( .mnly I
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birthcfiy' Gainesville last Mr. and Mrs. A. Jo'r"n".n. l'lnlnllff. /,.. ,.
week. E. ..
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of anniversary of E B. McKinney HI'h."No" 7"7oFrn>" HefeiulanlOraer ,, : ,
| service. Andieu in Lake City April 23 Mrs Lee Baxter of Phoenlxvllle: had as their guest last weekend S'Mss .
Ovelda. were C. W. Pa.. left last week Mrs. McKlnney's Of .-,.""..all.,. A.d \..tle T,. I I hp! ilrrl\nl a great dnU ofplruMiiro
fsjnera Gift Shop. Mr. and Mrs. U S. Hutto Mr. Colson Miss Dorothy after spending father G.V.. CCPCaS% C I' si'e: ..." Flifihleb t ..
OppoxlK f"18" The" : Johns Miss Inez Green and Miss a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Hazen of Brooker nh'hard J..ph Krnyeawhoee re"June '
ca and Mrs. M. C. Wells, Mrs. Carolyn sid's I. 1"I'per t.auk. anti wri<'no John Katherine Colson. (O Engrain. Mr. and Mrs.\ Richard Ray left 11 Itemara IlIvd : New York "I|

Kenny, Redgrave, Miss I Mrs. F. H. Long Mr. and Mrs. Glen G. Searing Sunday for Chattanooga, Tepn., iou are 'lulr.,1 tn aptea' on
Stem and Miss Fran- Garnlta Hutto Miss Sharon Hall spent several 5, IHRfl In the Mil for Slate KrprnM-ntntlro. TV :
?. above
where named 1'
Mo. days last week In Jacksonville and family of Jacksonville were they will visit and sight-see lourt, and
canoe
in St. Louis Mr. Shellie Hall, Wayne Kenny wherein plaintiff, -ak
landingthe senior and O. P. Hutto Charlie Parker. visiting relatives. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. for several weeks They were etraph eek* divorce shall llradfrird (Countv "'.1. my frli'inl.. who supported| ane'. :

of Mrs. Stern's .of Madison Mr. and Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby 1... Anderson Sunday of last week. accompanied by Roy Ray who will next four weekly publliih. lenuea this, order In

,lUl at T. F. of Tampa spent several days last Sargeant and Mrs. O. D. Evans accept employment In Chattanooga. : Witness my hand and official veal I thank ;you gratefully To myf
Stern
lulu Louise Hutto and children Frankie and : at Htarke Florida' thla May 3, 1.611. :
and I
ull Institute of Music: Bonnie and Cheri and Johnny week visiting Mrs. Crosby1 eons Jack and John. of Savannah Recent OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thoma., rli-n and Missre brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Georgia were recently Births A. Clerk .., "*l1 Court.John .
Stem Redgrave of Jacksonville Fly Have
e tin luncheon guests of Sunday of last week at Jacksonville spenl I Mrs. R. 1... Reddish of Hcllbronn here visiting Mrs. Evans' brother- Recent births in Shadycreit. J Menil-r"ro.by,.n'. KIMI"',,4923'erk.'Col.onlal I hear >'oii no III win. Th __ ;

Webster : Springs. i in-law and sister Mr. and Mra. Hospital were: Av*.. Jacksonville, Florida, _ _
Klein at Beach the Atty for :
IM occasion being W. E. Lawson. Mr. and Mrs.\ pif 5-6 4t ftKtlla .-. lon of De-
Miss T. W. Attaway of ____ waa an e\pr our
d honor guests at a the> birthday anniversary of TF. Myrtle Reddish of Jacksonville Mrs. Sarah McCall and Mr. and. Starke, a boy Thomas Hugh, on (......... r....... l'r.dfn.d Ca..tr. -I

CreTe Coeur, Mo. Hutto. spent last week here Mrs. Jesse Newsome and April 29. Klorld.i I. t .......P. oornllo way of llf..
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez familyspent I Jo..ph .1. ""hall'o. Plaintiff v>.
and Mrs. Laura Johns. April 23 in Jasper visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Grover, Jr.,' Irene "hailu'russ. LPefendat '('ace I.
Sn.
Miss Carol Gunter left relatives and friends. of Starke, a girl, Rita Sue, on I 75711Order Of Puhllcallon Sincerely' ,
recently had wailer Ta
.4
for Mrs. Stella\ Andrews of Miami April 26. a | '.......r. nrrK tlr" Kl.ofill. '1'0' ;.
? With Tampa where she' will. returned home last week followIng Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Jackson of I I Irene Hh..llrr"'' ".,. who.! re.ldenc.. J W. E. (Enos) Hayes "
all my heart I make her home with her mother. 4 I. aost list 1'1.,... H Jo:.. Wa..hl"tr..
i week's Starke. a boy, David ton 20. I' t'
Mrs. Roy Turner. a visit with her brother Eugene, on I
and sister-in-law Mr. and I April 26. You ar. required to appear on __ pe J
humbly thank top ready for the' Jr.-Sr.' banquetget June 5, iKMi,, in the above named -
you suIt Mrs. G. W Andrews.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. George of r Court and calls, wherein plaintiff C
your at Alvarez Store.
and Mrs. John P. Udell of Lake Butler, a boy, John Clyde, aeeka divorce llradforri County Tel. -
Buddy Faxon evrnph ehall 1 1n
and returned to Florida I pul.llnh thla inder In
pledge to the Lakeland were the weekend on April 29. next four weekly lolled
.
Southern
College at Lakeland guest.I Wltnean, mv blind; and official eeal .
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of last week after spending. recently of his I ;OTI(''' OF 80"F.0": Foe I at mark. Florida this May I. I960'
/ ; : t whole district my the weekend here sister, Mr and Mrs. Harry Moot.. TIIH: t '.I.OHIM' OK C HO ".. TO OFFICIAL HKALi: A..I Thomas, THEATRESTARKE
: visiting his Friends will be interested to \\MOM: If MVY ('O CEKNI A. Clerk of said Court n
mother, Mrs. W. D. Faxon. You will lake notlfv that the' Bv Haven Croehv. I Oepiity clerk
very best efforts in learn that Claude Johns Jr., son I Hoard of County "Ommlmiliiner of Hav Helden HeMen. Hull.llna. Iiay-
Mies Carolyn Hamilton of Bradford County. tona Heach. Florida,
Daytona of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns of Klorliln. upon the
Beach petition a qualified landowner Atty. for Plf 5-5 4t 6." A I
was the f.o'
of
guest Klngaley Lake was elected to, will at II A M n'clixk: on th.
p Congress. Miss Joan Carpenter recently. attend the Phi Mu Alpha frater- 6th day of June, A fl. 1950. at I It* I. Clrc.lt (o.rt.. llradford t.....tr., Saturday, May 6 Only Wednesday, May 10 Only
office In the Courthoiixa Fiends. I. < ..... .,..
John D. Anderson founty! I In i '
from arrived home nity national convention which I I Hlarke. Hr
Charles E. Daytona Beach Saturday will 1 be held In Cincinnati Ohio,, cnnnlder and determine whether o; nett tlmbeletg Wlnand Ffendant. I
Bennett not the .'.....
last week to County will vacate, aban N. 7N91 I
lof accept employment June 6-7, as a delegate from the don. dlNcontlnue' and cluee. the Order Of P.klleallo. ,nd. N el Ire ')'.. GENETIERNEY ,
I with the Florida Tower and Florida State University hereinafter rteerrlhed portion of A..e.r. HT"'riOF KI.OHIOOI ,
chapterIn
Member of Congress Light Company here. that certain' County Komi, known a* Jeanette Omhrlela U"Inn nil, whim 1?RICHARD CONTIJOSE ,
i Tallahaanee. Clayno Itond. and whether or not realdenc and addrena I I. Hue Martha, --I ,
Friends will be interested to Mrs. Charles W. Savage and the County will renounce anil rtl.- 13, llruxellea, IVIulllin: : 5' ea* I I
claim any right. of the 'ounty and You ara reiiuhed. I to FERRERTRAICFmRU5ThUS
hear that Claude appear on
Johns. Jr.. hasbet'n daughters Yvonne and Anne of on 1.1 Ic In and to anv Inn.I or In- June 5, IflKO, In the above. named STARRETT BURNETTE "
I i elected president of the FSU Jacksonville] were guests at the, terest. therein acnulred for road Court and .CHUNK, a herein plaintiff 1
or highway |l"uIP"eCe, nil In nn.l to, *ekadlvor< e llrnilfurd, Counlv Telegraph CHARLES BICKfORD .
Phi Mu :
Alpha music fraternity home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. the following I % portion; of said cluvno shall I'lihllnh. ) this ,,'d..r In I I PLUS
In Tallahassee. O. W White, Sr.. last weekend 1tnitl.l Kliunie In liratlfotd ("Coun, next four weekly 1 lenue I.
Just I ty Klnrldn. to-wlt Wltneii my hnnd, and official: ..""II
arrlted
ATTENTION Mummer dreHM-a Mr. nntl Mrs. Morris Jackson All thnt pnrt of the rlirht-of.. at Starke. Florida Ibis MAy ft. l 1960 I
$5.95 & $6.9.at' Barkwtlale' and son, David of Jacksonville, way I,r unlil Claynn. Itoad lylnit OFFICIAL HKAL1 A. J. ,
tietween the Hinth line of the A. Clerk, of HHld :
TOBACCO'GROWERS Warren Prentice John Wlnalelt, were guests of Mrs. Carl Jackson NJo". of Hecflnn. 13. Town.hlp PY Haven (Croebv Hepuly
Jimmy Ralston. Dick Wevtling. last weekend. 1 S. flange 20 l K, and Clavno I T Frank Ijtnilrum., Xtarke. 'J'hnn"U'1
$1,,,inn, In* line of unlit right-. Att) for J'lf, ft-5 /
and Claude Johns, Jr. all of Among those attending' the P. I of-way of nald portion .>f Play| ___ ono M IMU

Let Us Write Your Florida State University in Tallahassee E. Johns funeral in Jacksonville no Itoad belnc alno deorrllied In C'I..." C...... llradford \

arrived Friday to spend. Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. of aHiuinnlnTf: the NJo:'-. tot at the the NWV KW Cur of I'I.rlIat Angela' IHeckmann I. lianeerr* e'.u.'P'1 I'lim "Let. Cog-Hate" !Short! -

several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dowling. Sr.. Carl Johns and 8 t, Hertion. 13. said T.n.hlp and John. Mwartl: .I'leikman. Hrfemlant,.
[AIL INSURANCE Claude Johns of Lake. flange hence meandering- "Coming Around the 11>I011.-
Kingsley R. Johns Jr. therly. alonir HMld existing' road I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peele and Sew graduation milt. at Alvajrx'. rinnt-or-wav through. Her!Ion Csrt'onThursday&Friday ,
13 sail Township and ,
VOW Before You Need It son, Roger of Orlando were guests Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest had and through the portion: Hance o*, f
of Mr and Mrs. Errol Alverez and ss their guests last weekend their KWVJ of HWlfc of Herl Ion 1 WELDING
lyIng l H of Renhoard Air IJneRallrofld .
Miss Myrtle Reddish Sunday of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and rlrht-of-vny" *nldTownithln a-.c. May 11.12MATCKUSS
last week Mrs. and flange, tn ealdClayno "'-
George Jones of Gainesville. .
\\ry Branch ofINSURANCE
Station fin said Seuunaid
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Miss Emilene Kelly of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen had Air L.lne Itallroad a And CTiap. 2 Jhiwt of ;Zorro""IJltle WAftKER EXOTEKOIT

spent Saturday April 22 as their guest last weekend O. Persons he heard interested at th. time may and app..rand pliu. 1 Ituri.I Hiding IKxid" tar

visiting her mother, Mrs. Enoch W. Hazen of Brooker I above perlft twin t *
Hoard of County Kelly. Mr and Mrs. I. J. Godhnld 'radford CVuntv FloridaBy qounq \

I Mrs. Effie Johns spent several visited. relatives in Lake CBty M O. Ilarrell Chairman

V days recently In Hawthorne visitIng Sunday afternoon.Mr. Hilt| 4t Bill Sun. Mon. TUCH. May 7 8 9

AiiiTiEI'' her nelc, Mrs. F. W. Webb. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen visited .. (.,....... ('oard.H..df.rd ('au.t IFlorida We offer the peoplef Sfarke man ,
1C I la < a. jrerr.Haymond i.i
Members of the Elks Lodge their son-in-law and daughter, Klnir, I'lulntlff. v*. N.- ,
1802 had as their guest recently Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray, In oml king. Defendant. c.... No .7971 and \lrlnlty one of the rnont I '__ uiifhohorn" !
Order Of PvhllMdon And %. PLEASE PHONE 146 Finley Moore of Lake City. who i, Gainesville Sunday.Rev. modern and flneat equipped 4iti7j I

Is vice president of the northeast' and Mrs. Dale Snyder of {

Constant Florida district Lake Butler were Sunday dinner welding shops anywhere.
Service
Over 50 Years I'1 Orange' Juice-:Martin Ph 228.1. 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T .

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Du- Quigley at the Quigley home All Work Guaranteed __ 9 I

I Bole formerly of Miami, recently Ecum Secum on Mable Street. ),

purchased the 3 -acre A. W. Tyler Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Flynn and SMITH'S GARAGEAND .
ASSIFIEDkr. I ; =:.=.-::-= '
farm located about three miles Miss Donna Dee Faxon spent seVeral I,
J .*
Addmll "Amrrlran Hurltmfr
southwest of Lawtey. :Mr. DuBois dav" this week at their camp MACHINE SHOPTemple

was a farmer near Miami I on L ke Hewett. Flu Latrat World News. It "llanc- Hospitality" & Women of To

kft; _ME""RF.DI All ...... I FOR SALK: Heart cyprea boat 14 and has all but three of the 39 Mrs. George Miller and son : Ave. Stark log Sh'....." Cartoon row-.-Girl Hi-uutu" Short

kr.'. .c..". .. ............I I at ft.,8J7.60.food condition.!M K Judd.Priced Cor Lafayett to ell- acres of his new place under cultivation Jack and Mr. and Mrs. I. P.

I I.....HF..e.RIJ"...... :,.... "'III, I A Adam St.., Ph. 215J. 2t concentrating on general Shepherd spent Sunday In Add

farming and strawberries.Mrs. Ga.. visiting friends.
.
Sn. sewing I FOR SALE:: 25 mixed breed
Maehlnca younahen Cherl and Johnny Redgrave of
? rna ire .v.U.bl. In I 1 A 1 ym. old .& I roumer Mae Jones returned April -
''n IIIy Ihroulrh Strer I Uoud layera." $1.60 ea. or 930 taken 24 to her home in Jacksonvilleafter Jacksonville spent last weekend ,-
"'hl.. ('.0. 402 N. M.r. I lot. At place. J. B. Murphy mile here here visiting their father John .
k. CII,, F... Phone E. of Hampton on rd 19. Ito spending several days 1J]
o 5T Itt I Redgrave and grandparents, Mr. ( _
OUr .hop. Our with her brother-in-law and sitter, :
,80"1.. ..... will ,1.lt I FOR SALE;: '37 v.. Ford 4-door and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave. E !Make Mother Happy With ,
'pot, reqmat. if I ...aedan fair .condition 950 or what Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.
I have you. fee J. W. Bedenbauith. Starke friends of Mrs. Lillie M. Samaonlto luggage for gradimtloo A (Gift; Of Furniture On I/ _

,AttrR''VI. rican' Furn-I Hampton Fla lip Edwards will be glad to know at Bau-kadale'M. PropertyOwnerNeeds
Him .11 "J"1 apartment.. Mrs. W. L. Blair. Miss Amy 14th! I {' '
'.nd.balh>; houn. D.. ORDER YOUR DRESSED: FRYERS that she has recovered from her :Mothers Day-May
atIo., cln... In. W. H.- I for Hun. dinner A. call fur them Illness and is at Coburn and R. E. Cutcheon spent .
recent serious
!!
101V Madison IfI Rat Mr*. Pearl Saden water, HI I. In Jacksonville visitingthe .
I box 144 Btacke, near Michigan present visiting her son Ruffin Sunday 5-f>c. BLONDE -, : '
f f. 10 AL1:3I1Ol': 1 CO. Wsnts 1 Hunch.! ftp 6-12 Edwards in Greenwood Miss Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Church- -

Writ Work r. J.101f..lh.1.5mb Car lit FOR SALE BulMlna lots Jack L. Trawlck Bradford well Windstorm Insurance

'h5 Avi. OaincSviiJ", Fla. on N. side of new Blan'llne hl- County sanitarian attended II Senator Charley E. Johns spent BEDROOM ,. : '
2tp 5.5 way 114 ml K.: of Call; at, hrldKe800x200 Monday In Monticello visiting Sen. .
\1' feet ALSO (-roomfurn three-day short course conducte<< Cost is low-Insure Now "it
S ator S. D. Clark and attending to
.L.IMINn' farm house for 12000 ranh,
rln,.... of any ha. by the General Extension Divisionat vs-__
wn.k. enclosed lawn.
H.a. R. yard rood
business.
", .00 8 Thompson at R.. shaded n W. afd... nftar Blandln. the University of Florida, re SUITS tISKni'DOKT
4t I- IIF.IfVJ'IO hi way. Mr. C. C Wynn 1 % ml: cently. Sponsoring group were Mr. Joe Martinez : oUst
K .
of
Stark t ke left handrd ,
t 'u"-. at 'all fit' hrlda-e. if the Florida Association of Sanitarians weekend> In Jacksonville with heron Agency ,-. i I
.1. even. aheSi, and ..
Mr
,, rars pevi..., WANTED: Man with rar for Raw. and the Florida Association .. and daughter-in-law, Phone IS HTAKKE.! FLA. "C ,e. PLANT
Start. Sweet Shop,. leigh. huolnefi' In City of Stark of Milk Sanitarians. Mrs. J. A. Martinez. --

tfpSjS4 flty" Dealer Marsh In Polk County Samoonlto luggage for graduation Mrs. Peggy Tllley and Donald .
ha. made. average fijffle of 91"0 ." ;: Include$ 6-drawrr vanity Miuare plale glam mirror panel |la-ui large SALE I'KICE
HOXE( 239 ='l IN- YOUR. weekly since first of y..... Mld- .t BarkadaJe/a.! Ray Tilley returned Tuesday after .. *j
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'0IarJ;;; Riudlo.. Seat Ch.Covers.. C. dIe-a.4. man preferred Write atone Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dtdd left upending' a week visiting friends *.. ....* client, night table t beautiful bemh (now ...h..wn"aUabl.. .. In twin beds|

.. ti,. lela-h'a.!. giving Dept a..KAB-J7O-TAL. zperlenca. ,Raw-A>- last week to attend a conventionof and relatives in Nashville and '._ntln. THC TRAVEL*. Hartfoe for ainall additions! ......t. Mother'. room will ice "........t." You woulil. expvt $ [ Is 130

r rnllIcr' barb..t..o. trnMon Mr Law. P.O. Box 1481. the Jitney Jungle grocery chain rhattanoocra.. Tenn.
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3tp 1-11. Momphln. Tenn. 4tp _6-U In Jackson, Miss. .t to pay ':iOO for this nice Milt!

; I u.5b lJ WOMAN WANTED for housework Mrs. Cecil Rathel. state WMU WHAT DOtS: HEALTH MEAN TO YOU
H ', ..::;; s. .aV Ironlnar Nn cooking! Ram 10 ........ .. ..
... Ike ieaee
health
5Ii' : last week herewith I .e.. their
,..... noon Mon. thru FrI. !\I,. field worker spent ....
ES .._. Apply ;-t-/-5.7.: .. _...... "... V.11.4. 1bl. Ia e f"u as-
C ItlEPHERD Hall. loa lafayette St. Up Mrs. Edmond Tenly teach. I?...r T. ... ? are.r..C .V ...... ...,....... e..< ....,. prefer I
lIadl.nn 8t... St.rk. mae WANTED for entire Job ort ing study classes among the I Sit fcZ.wl.'. tiH tlm>*. Ta. ..... ......... peer -..I ........ .... wteDa A Chair To Call Hers

.l... U.n. >r Item. on leveltnir.. asbestos churches of the New River As I I .d...*'-.... JONES.'chiropractic : .
tqOIP"onl. r..'.t..1 "hlnajllnar, replr1n window' .. ain ,M-) I I DIC. C. W. & Electrical, Treatments '
DrIo.5 'a-.. .I.a.. .r porch to H P. MIlder home nn sociation. 311 West Madlaon Sheet "tar"". Ha. S A New Living Room Suit
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h.I.ii. Q"rk...."_...Day$4 .1...... WeHtmnreland' St. UP Mr. and Mrs O. S Newcomb I GIFTS

fiallou"h ltd. If. LOI'IT: Jer... cow. 1 nllp horn branded had M their guest here last I. A Table or floor Lamp (5J95 )
up
HAl UNIt with) R on Jaw. Notify New- week Mra. Newcomb's mother
of .-. A New '
'<, any kind om DaIry.LOST lip ..4.
b n. Jark.on Tran. Mrs. H. P. Moore of Orlando.Mr. Order Her
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4'.W. UYOtn : Rrlarht red cow branded ESlong and !Mr. O. S. Newcombwere Favorite Cake 'S A "Perfect Sleeper" Mattress ($J9)I
rana horn. protrud forward Mr. and Mr. Fred A Chifforobe
: of
TIMBER I wh.n animal) look ahead guests ForMothers I Aio button-aprlng' flllril yoaur* .f comfort
XOW I .*I reward If il.llv.rd. B EWasdI. Guy and Mr. and Mrs. Everett: I
Cash l Prices In. Waldo Fla. Jtp5-l Yawn at ladles' night of the Day A New Stove (Ur Have Olhrn fui Less)


PaJd I WANTED house work Housekeeper* car 3 *m. childrenRoard general. Gainesville Mrs. H. C.Rotary Brown Club and MUw recently.'Joan I I May 14From Cedar Many Other Items She Would Like -
RUyIflULX I A Chest
'It I I or rent plUM alary. Call spent April :26 In 0
IS UNIT I Ruby Scott at Brooktr 195 lip Carpenter
I Jacksonville visiting Dr and Mrs.

wIv.- I LADIP let m. -acren your T. O. Ritch. I II Ia 7 LAPPE'SPastry

PECK I window porch**. door; replacebrokan Tom Slade H. 1
ohn II window pan*. Don't you O S. Newcomb
O. W. Turner I I need a clothe" clo et and I more will P. Morgan and W. H._ Graham Shop Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
Box I helve In yourrttell.n? April 25 In
46.1: 23 through
I April :
Ine I build and paint. them for you. Let spent I .
I bedroom or porch. Now STARKE.
They were Theatre 151
convention. Park
I la your Rotary :
repaint
tlm to
a good
a Poet Card I I build In..... A lIttle paint chanire. joined April 25 evening by their 1- .: :.\/\:7 :. r .. '

eOll1p and'l I the look of anytMnr Call "Dad.IIt respective wives for the final :: 1 __ _. n ,.: -.. .. --. -
Me you : I I the Handr Man. I only char I
er hone and rna furnlah *vr banquet.
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got a lot of satisfaction out of in a drab, uninteresting room. announce tbe' birth of a son, I.v "' (roi'RT IN AcoiaTYFLORIDA CHAN: I 1N :ciHrrrr. FLORIDA romr. ,pntnl'OPYTY "
day.Mrs.
It even If It was a very tedious S e e R. F. Gano visited her Philip Hezeklah on Monday, CERY.: 1'l''' 'A
FARMER'S to be old hand at D. Martin of Waldo April 17. Everett B:: F1irney.-Jr.. Plaintiff vac ConnIP. Ruth Defe
but an A.
job. We have a good stand Getting brother Mason Million Burnay, Defendant. ? 7P74.HUd'1"1' daatltt, to
there was a lot of grass and weeds mending fences. Getting a lot of Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson Case No. 7866.ORDER No. a.
1 DIARYBy In It. so we worked It very, very practice at It, too, for Just as Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hardee of of Pahokee visited Mrs H. P OF PUBLICATION APPKAR AND ORDER OF PUM..tCATII11j
TO :
NOTICE OFTFLORiDAPPEAa
that we could get soon as we get one place fixed and Mr last weekend.Mr. AND STATE
slowly no up La Cross visited Mr. Gainey STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mason Hudnall who.. a Ir
Sam McGarrey very close to the stalks, but not an animal bursts another. But Wilson Green and daughters Nan- and Mrs. M. R. Junes of Mllhoune Burney, who.* residence K"nlucky. reciden hgrl, r I.
cover them up. Hope that for we have a long range plan of I and Marcia Sunday afternoon. Homestead visited Mr. and Mrs. I.: Unknown. You are required
::4d I The author will be glad to re- II fences cy You are required to appear on May 29. 1950. In the abovPPlK.
the fun of it we will have a decent gradunOly replacing our Little Ray Gano of Gainesville R. J. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. May 2 9. 1950, in the above named Court and cause, wherein omt'::
cerve Items of Interemt concerning enough field to enter in the with treated posts and good wire visited grancparents., Mr. and Ernest Russ last weekend. Court and cause wherein plaintiff aeeka divorce. Bradford IAlnllll
'vynt
the activities of farmer In out. I Reek divorce. Bradford County Telegraph shall publish/ '
least good '
at :
corn contest, but even more 80 until we have Mrs. R. F. Gano. last weekend. Mrs. C. S. Kelly and sons, and Teleraph ahall publlnh this OrderIn in next four weekly INKUC"Wltneaa 1rd ,
Bradford '
County. Suggestion may hope that we will have a yield aide fence next four weekly IneueaWltnean : my hand and off' .
be left at the Telegraph office or ( C. S. Kelly and T. W. Markfy Mrs Mattie Sowell visited theirsister mv han and official seal Florida thl -a "al
have AprStarke.: >
feed
that will cut down on our And speaking of fences, O. 'I
malted. to Sam McG Lawtey enjoyed a fishing trip to Suwan- Mrs. Olga Prevatt In Val- at 'mark, Florida, this April 28. vI
.rvey bill. We may side dress the corn learned that an electric fence Is 1950. (OFFICIAL AEA T.) A..J'
Florida. I soda It think It will in- off nee River Friday.Mr. dosta Ga., Sunday. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas, Croa:yap; .al "'gun''
s with we really practical for fencing and Mrs. Roy Waldon of Aa Clerk of said Court. ny Haven : :. C ;
crease the yield enough to pay Jfun391Q.ld .10 '8..n1nd. Lavaodwelgardens. Wildwood visited Mr. and Mrs.C. The Fred Green of Jacksonville By Haven Cronby, D. C. John J, Henderson, Esq 4(2 I 010.
visited the Russell Greens B. K Ferryman, Starke, Fla. fiat Ave., Jacksonville, Fla
field of: Went to church aDd I used
When we planted our recently But if for perma- S. Kelley last weekend. Atty. for Plf. 4-28 4t &.19 Atty. for Plf. 4.21 .
le 18 field corn we wondered If enjoyed it very much especial! Worked our potatoes by throw- nent fences there is the problemof Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Thomas of Sunday ? ?
the singing of the choir. Folk weeds down. "Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas of
e planter was putting out the Ing enough soil up on the bed to keeping Lake City visited relative here
were very friendly and we resolved e e e Lake CItv were dinner guests of
cover some of the weeds. But 'last weekend
>rn, so .we did a little hasty fig to try and attend church! Joy Is dried up now and we are the Edd Polka Sunday.
ring. Pop counted out 1-2 lb. ofe more frequently. But this week they are not doing well and we the feed to her. Of course Mrs. Henry Pate and daughterof
putting Dundee Is spending a few days Mr. and Mrs. Reecy Holden of )
i iced and the answer was about when we planned to go we were are not optimistic about their we're hoping for a heifer calf, here with her parents Mr. and Alachua were Sunday guests of 1tfPf,4'

50 grains. As our rows were detained by our hog who practically chances Dry cold weather hurt and grow more excited dally as Mrs. Gent Stokes. the L. A. Fowlers .;

,bout 750 feet long, and we were ran all "over Bradford them even though they were the day approaches. Comfort is Mrs. Leslie Green and children Mrs B. G. Miller of Jacksonville
lantlng 18 Inches apart, It was County the day long. planted a long time ago. And the name for a heifer; Beefy Is and Mrs. T. W. Marke>' visited her mother Mrs Lot- cf GREYHOUND

uy to figure out the amount of The big sow Porky was "boar- speaking of potatoes we were the name for S a e bull.e were shopping in Gainesville tie Edwards, last weekend.
ed that should have been used. Ing" and she broke out fn the Saturday morning. Miss Louise Cook of Fernan-
Jle figures checked out correctlyd middle of the night and got out'lover at' Hastings and saw how Have a new pet now. Roosty Mrs. Roy Tomlinson of New dina was the weekend guest of .. .c.
there. But
raise them over
we were satisfied that all was they I lit his name. He's a six week River was here on business\ Saturday the E. J. Lewis family
on the highway. We got her we think there I I. something ;old little white Holland rooster $
ill. We have BIt near a I This community was saddenedto # .
irfert stand as It Is possible to back. In and went. back to bed, cockeyed In this country of ours I and he struts around like a pea- learn of the- death of Mr*. ...'t1J C
get with pesky larks. but- were greeted wnen we gotup when you buy them at lc a I cock. Think we'll keep him for (Item left over from lattt week.) Rlva Mott demons In Bradentonon -._... oT. ril
e e e by our neighbors, the Eunices, hundred pounds, we don't care breeding. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aklna of Aphil 16. She :was the wife
Out of curiosity we decided to, who told us that our hogs were what the theory is. Although we e e e Bell visited Mrs. Florence Varna- of E. H. demons and prior to
e how large our farm IB, as the over on their place. So off we weren't farming then, we remember Once again this week we discovered doe and Mrs. Sally Dukes Sun- moving to South Florida several
went again and finally got them picture and stories in the the Importance of saving
bstract calls for 80( acres, more day.The years ago they were lifelong
less. Two strips of land haven shut up In Eunice's barn. By newspaperi of millions of farmers the operating instruction furnished Russell Greens and W. M. residents of Brooker. Funeral
deeded for the railroad and then we were tired of chasing near bankruptcy no one wanted with equipment bought. Lawhorns attended Dock An- services were conducted at New

jie highway,. and we recently Porky, so we decided to have her that. But no one particularly Recently got a little kerosene 'drews' 87th birthday anniversary Hope Church Wednesday morn-
ave a neighbor a IS foot right bred.> Saw Nelson Green who like. the Idea of a few big potato heater and put the folder explaining dinner In Lake City Sunday. They Ing, April 19, by the Rev. Herman SAVINGS
told male Duroc farmers growing fabulously rich for future use. also attended the wedding of
way for a road, and as a reJt ua about a big Its use away Moody. Interment was In
we have 6 acres less than owned by a man named Bacon from a schema designed to help Needed It this week, and was dog- Fred Green's daughter, Margaret, the family plot in the church

|}e thought we' had. More ores over at Mlddleburg. So we ,farmers make C a.decent. living. gone glad we had saved it. Have and Chester Butler of! Jacksonville cemetery.CIHCriT. that will !
In this case definitely means borrowed Jul Eunice' truck, had the same experience with Sunday night. amaze you
eel and went over with Harold and A neighbor named John Ras- our water pump, electric fence Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crosby of Lx Coral'. BRAnFORD
e the big ow. The male turned mussen has come pretty close to charger, bush and bog harrow, Dade City visited the J. W. "CERY.COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN'
out to be a record with his little flock of and other equipment, so Thomas family Sunday. James ('. Cunningham, Plaintiff .
I Well we finally got the big sow a giant hog, weighing sprayer Aorn.. Th..ru.. vsdant. 71'S WONDERFUL I Cruising along America's magniBerat Spring
om jnom's up In Jacksonville I about! 700 lb. and with tusks Ilk*.eleven red pullets which laid a now when we get something new Sgt. Louis Shaw of Cherry Case No.Cunnlnaham 7118*. Dater- highway In a luxurious GREYHOUND Super-Coach. You'll see
gad a heck of a time getting headed r an elephant Got Porky bred and total of 288 egg In March-an we carefully put away the accompanying Point, N. C., visited the T. S. ORDER OP PLTRLICATIONAND beauty and color .galor*-at close rang.. You'll joy, too.
into a crate inside our after a regular free-for-all battle average of 26 eggs per pullet. literature. Manns Saturday night. Sunday STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Greyhound's amazingly LOW far**-lower than any olh...-and
tlon wagon but thanks to our got her loaded back In the truck. Our pulleti for, instance have S'S guest of the Manns were Mr. Theresa Cunningham whose Agnes reeldence only ft the cost of driving your own ear. When that InH1 rlbl.wg. .
'Igbbor, Harold Eunice, the job This man Bacon by the way, only averaged about 21.0 eggs, A new ex-Yankee farmer who and Mr. R. B. Thomas of Lake New York.la: 8514 Avenue P. Brooklyn, bits 'ou-juat try it GO GREYHOUND 16ca4 I

done. The sow I U not reg- makes some money railing hogs, and we're satisfied. .with that. just came I down here plantedon City and the D. L. Shaw and J. You are required to appear on 7iu4L.... ?4IU
(ered, but as the story so often but he say you can't do It If e the level. A. Florida farmers D. Shaw of La Cross, Court May 89.and 1950 cause. In, the wherein above plalnttfl named
e*, she could have been. Shea you buy all your feed. He buys Pop had his 79th birthday recently of a year's duration, we.feel entit Sunday guest of the O. W. seeks. divorce. Bradford County Washington $15.15 New Orleans $10.75
big red Duroc and accordinga meat and fish scrap, stale bread so we celebrated by going led to say this: You simply can't Barry .were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert ;In Telegraph next four shall weekly publlnh laaues.' this Order
"guesstimate" weigh about and cake, surplus potatoes etc., over to St. Augustine for the day. teach those Yankees anythinglttBROORER !!! Lynn and daughter of Rhode Island Witness my hand and official seal 1w: of"l: One 7n
(0 Ib. She had 11 pigs In her and then finishes them off with It'. like a tonic to take a day off Mrs. H. D. Lynn of' Lacoo- at 1950 Slarke, Florida, this April 28 war

st' litter and we're hoping she orn. He has about_ 80 head of and forget your worries and you chee M!'. and Mrs. J. R. Crews (OFFICIAL, SEAT' ) A. J. Tnoman, ilmlmrm*III* s .110. MM Oral .) 1.Z5 1 MS:
[ill do a* well for us. Her name aU size, and to non-experts like come back refreshed and ready of Jacksonville, the J. E. Hardy By Haven Crosby A a Clerk D. of C. said Court. Lake CityTullahaaae .110 l.K, D.,.,... 3JU 4 OS
apt If not distinguished\ : us they look pretty. Anyhow we to work again. family of Starke and the C. C. Ray Helden, Selden Building, Day I 3.1* slew West Pal_ Bear boa S7J
rky, are going to raise a. boar pig to I e 'I Dees family of Branford. I Atty.tona Beach for Pit.Fla. TAMP 3.2S 5. 00'1..*.> lea toM
Ivs MIte Lewis 4-21 4t 5.1t
By MIa.1 a.63 1O.OO tlla.ta, Ga. e..811 1X.1I:
Noticed that of Mrs. Annie Maude of
e e use for breeding, but are goingto some our neighbors Happy

(Cultivated our sweet corn patch make sure that we have the are buying dusting equip- California Is visiting Mrs. Beulah I'llCIRCUIT I'\TY, FLORIDA COURT BRADFORD IN CHANVnv. *PW J.% Ldral Tea M All J._ terse
JUi the tractor and the work proper equipment. Without It, ment for their tractors. When Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Ogdon of Harrell and Mar Cecil Moore. < .
med out quite ..atlsfadorlly.e we are cure you are doing things set up with equipment like that, ''Pompano visited relatives here I Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby of John M. Karllk E. Karllk.Defendant.Plaintiff Case vs. Rnae No. R.e, *- e.-t 73-4% 41ri 4 9t 1e4''d 8"W

had quite a few weeds In the "the hard way" and wasting a It would be easy to dust before Sunday.Mrs. Greensboro visited relatives here 7887.ORnER GREYHOUND
BUS
|ws, so we threw as much soil lot of valuable time. necessary which we are assured N. C. Mott and Mrs. Her- Sunday.We NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR: STATIONN.

we dared up against the corn I. a good idea shel Layfield and children visited regret that Mrs. T S. MannIs STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rose M. Temple Ave. Starke Fla. Phone U7.JG.REYHOUND
lid over the weeds. Alice baa been caring for a e e Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson of confined to her bed by illness.Mrs. 41th Karlik Avenue, whoRe Lone residence Inland City.la: New 2108 -
e e e flat of celery she had planted Going to try to get some vitamin Starke Sunday. Bessie Goodge (of Plant York.

| Set three hens with 42 eggs and she set out one row of It. B-12 (uilmal protein factor) Mrs' N. C. Mott visited her City Is spending a few. days here May You 29,are 1950 required, In the to above appear named on
om mating of old "barnyard" During the same week we read as we have been hearing some daughters In Gainesville a few with her daughter. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
In* and our white Holland about a big farmer up In Georgia wonderful results obtained from days last week. Sunday guests of the N. .C. seeks divorce.shall Bradford I County
Telegraph publlxh this
asters. The hens are barred who claim that there la a good using it. Would( like to try It on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsand Motts were the Herschel Layfield ; next four weekly ,Ifmuen.Wltnens OrderIn

cits reds, and crosses and we're. opportunity to market celery dur both our chickens and hog. Marshall Mott\ of Montloche family of Gainesville, Mr. and my hand and official seal Hate <. Elmer Davis and the New Man, Wed. and FrU Till, P.".
underlng what the result will ing the gap between the couth e visited Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott Mrs. Jack Simmons of Montloch, at I mo.Starke Florida, this April 26. over W PI>q- o* ea roar' dial.
Put In" Saturday nljtht. and the J. R. Motts of Brooker.Mr. Ray Pheldon Sheldon Building E>ay-
But one hen acted so mucn Florida crop and the later one !toi; up some wallpaper our .
| ng on and off the nest thai I upon something) good. out of the improvement. Paint her mother, Airs. Brook"J>erryman
[Ice lost her p tlr
hd chopped her head cff. Cultivated our field corn and can make a tremendous difference Mrs. Ernest Edwards and son w_ ,......, ., ,
Gene were dinner guests of Mr. :
and Mrs. Ralph Wetherington of

Gainesville Sunday.Mr. .
and ,11'8. G.V.. Raborn
#gy.- \ visited her mother, Mrs. H. M.
'Blevlns of Ocala last weekend.
.-- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rabbitof

Jacksonville visited her mother, 1tht.y !
Mrs. H. H. Howard last weekend.
K- -6- -""' Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams of

Jacksonville visited her parents

a e. -/ weeknd.Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green last

Mrs. Lottie Edwards, Mrs B.
.. O Miller and Harry Edwards
.mss
were In Gainesville shopping Saturday -
_i' afternoon 9

t Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of

O.Gainesville W. Barry visited Sunday Mr. afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. THE GREAT NEW NO-NO DESIGNED

r and Mrs. C. C. Dees of

Branford visited Mr and Mrs

Lloyd Barry Sunday. FOR TODAY'S POWERFUL NEW ENGINES !
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and
SPACE MAKE daughters and ,:iMr and Mr*. E. s
M. Lewis attended church at Pine
Refrigeratorse Level Sunday.

Reed Lewis of Starke visited


e i, his Lewis Mrs.parents last Happy,weekend.Mr of California and Mrs. visited E.M.- (GREAT FOR NM'! CARS D! [GREAT FOR OLDER ARSJ!


friends here last week.L. .
R. Galney of Jacksonville
visited his friends and relatives O '

.- Ne-IO here a few days this week. 'l 'tf\ .
4 Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and .
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey of 'A,,::'.
Jacksonville visited Mrs H. P.
Galney last weekend.
Mrs. Carey Duke of La Crease)
pent Friday night with Mra. H. I
FEW P. Gainey and attended servicesat .
JUST
Rock Church last weekend. _

Mr. and Mr. R. ,"V, Brannen of sea
Ratford visited Mr. and Mrs. E. \ ._. I
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afternoon.A. Gainey and children: Sunday \ '; 4W j- r

Mrs. V. V. Haven, and daughter

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' ..uSunDA' Baptist Church -
"(,tin I Methodist ChurchLast | fits during 1949 Employers from \iI ADDRESSESOF
In this county contributed $6,726.83''
I recognition of Christian Home
\? Week at the 11 o'clock to the fund. INTERESTThe
pastor L D halnes message .',' a.v ', Sunday I
this Sunday : hour the Reverend W O Ald- Approximately 79 Bradford
morning at the
First ridge a retired minister following new, renewal,
Baptist MeUiodJst
I Church will be County young people under 18
tip ""Homellfa and will be residing,::; at Silver Lake, and change of addresses receivedby
kll, I ginning of the the be preached in the Starke Methodist have employment permits in compliance the Telegraph will be of t
I OAm. Presbyterian l I k ll week ending Sunday program for the Church on the theme "The with the Child Labor Law interest to friend, :
''''4 morning on
tau' v I Mother's Day Tuesday Church" Rev. and ltraV O. administered by the Florida Industrial Leamon Noman. Rt. 0, Box:
night will
Unly rdernl Church I Kingsley Lake Baptist be "stay at home night" and AUIiUlge are affiliating with the I Commission 2197, South Miami, Fla. 1
I \\i-dnesdav night I Starko Church
I will be "family R- ,
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I .,, Oh.rto.K, imbrle D. D. Services are held each Sunday j| nljfht at the church with a forum Sunday night Tho Right Reverend 1
1 get who Is serving morning at the Klngaley Lake discussion on "Ut<' Hoir.led, by Arthur I.el',, a Bishop of ,

'curt 1111.n.it nil} .,, pennr\supply Farina pastor Church at, will the preach First day Baptist School Church 10 as a.m.follows Preaching: Sun-(|!I for the establishing pastor along a with family instruction alter In -' the Fplsoopnl report Church on Japan gave Blah-ainteresting "BACK FROM THE DEAD!" ;

the home Lee has than
'fb\.terian Thursday op spent more
I| night Sunday '
regular 11 o'clock service Services 11 a.m. and TOO: p.m. j I school departments will hold forty years In Japan and he had Will be the subject of the pastors sermon Sunday j 'I
the May 7 Everyone Is in-; '(Prayer Meeting each Saturday I open house( for parents showing 1 flirt hand information to give hislisteners. night at 8:00 p.m. "
I'indav night 7:30: p.m. D. C. Willis Pas the workings of the 8\'hool. Moth I .

ted to be school present.Sunday for all ages will tor: Albert Gilder Sunday School er's Day will stress "all the family '" This! coming Sunday morning FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton '
Superintendent in Sunday school and church." the pastor. the Rev J. R. Hill,
at 9:45 A. M under the I The adult choir will furnish the will use as his sermon subject Hob Cray: Pastor \I

pott of buss Evelyn StUmP, CHURCH OF'LATTKR OF"DAY IESfS SAINTS CHRIST I music Sunday morning under the t "God Always does Beyond' Bible School 10:00: A.M.: B.T.U. 7:00: P.M. a!
direction
Iperlntendent.It. of Mrs Lucile Green, Sunday evening at the 8 o'clock
1 With aM' :Morning Worship!! 11 :00 a.m. i
Mrs.
Mona Canova, hour the will be
The Church of Jesus Christ of organist sermon subject !
Mark's Episcopal Latter Day Saints conWuct Sun-I The nursery and the balcony are "Marks of Maturity." "This message Visit our Singing School at 8 o'clock on ''I t,
t, day school Sunday open for the morning worship will be directed to youth and
every morningat i
Simmons. B.D., Vicar hour at eleven. all those Tuesdays and Thursdays
<*. B. E. 10 o'clock and sacrament ser who still have open .
j Sunday at 'St. Mark's vices each Sunday evening at Sunday evening the happy hour minds," the pastor said. K
Services Street are as 6:30 o'clock In the U. S. O will feature congregational sing- Sunday and thereafter all evenIng :
Church
urch on building on N. Temple Ave. The Ing of hymns requested by those I services at the Methodist 1'"
Rowe: public la cordially invited to all present and played on the organ Church will begin at 8 o'clock Haines, Pastor
1145 k M. Church school with services. by Mrs Lois Mann as duets with Sunday school begins at 9:45:
lutei for all ages, nursery Mrs. Ruth Morse at the piano it- Sunday morning BAPTIST
trough Junior high.,, CATHOLIC CHURCH The youth chorus will sing priorto "You are invited to worshipwith FIRST CHURCH Starke
I nOO: A M.: Morning prayerd Sunday Mass 0:13: : a.m. the pastor's message: "So You us." Rev. Hill stated. ,
sermon by Lay Reader Mack Sunday School 11 a.m. Want to Go to Heaven!" Jefferson. *& Court Streets In The* Heart Of Town ,
fitch. (Holy communion will beLid Week Day Mass 8:30a.m.: Sunday school meets at 9:43 rh ,li t tirtla Life. (John S:48.1" PHONES: Office 234 Paatorium 130 '
Sunday of May.) Sunday morning with Mr E. C j'r Dr. John McNeil! of Washing'!
Tlhe the. church second Is open daily for dayBible Study .la every' Wednesday Mann, Jr., superintendent! and i ton D.C., and Glasgow Scotland, II. "
at 7.15Save staff of more than 80 officers will be a guest< of the Tabernacle
and meditation. : SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M.
roper tad teachers. May 8 through 14 This
Training unions May
'4 Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training Unions 6:45 P.M.
gather at 6.45: p.m. for fellowship I ra will probably be his last ministryhere
a MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. I
:
and individual programs for some months as> he Is
PHONE 218 Time, Work, A cordial invitation is extendedto 'W sailing for Europe In July.. Friends ., II '" I ,
r'
all to d In r t from Lake Butler, Gainesvilleand \
worship at these services 0 a 11 A.M.: "Ifomeiife"S
and Money! at the First Baptist Church of Palatka have already expressed
COLONIAlF P.M.: "So you,Want to Go to Heaven! '
Starke. Intentions. of being present \,
John O. Chlldnwn, Starke insurance man, was ordained Into the ,
at these to hear the Inimitable '" "
Pounds Of Your CHURCH OF GOD ministry Sunday In an Impressive ordination service held at the Lake, meetings -
ISTFLOWERS Butler Christian church. The service was conducted the Scot man and his unique A Friendly Invitation From A '
9 Laundry Done In Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor by state superintendent presentation of the gospel. A
I 8th & St. Clair Sts. of Christian Churches and at the same time two deacons cordial welcome awaits Tabernacle Friendly Church Is Extended To All J !
I Only Sunday School 10 am. were ordained. visitors.
Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Mr. Childress,has pastored the Lake Butler church since September 1 1Seat& I''
I Minutes. It Is Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m 1949. He Is married to the former Miss !Dorothy William. and Jobless Receive
FOR ALL OCCASIONS Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 pin they and their two small sons reside In Starke.
40 Washed Spotlessly Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. I $26,083 In 1949 Z''t9 eieaaeaaifi

CleanReadyTo ,
Christian Church"The At The TabernacleA Bradford County unemployed
( ) Iron! .FREE I workers received J26.0H3 In un
whole family together in new type quiz was presented employment compensation. bene- :
Cents Is All It For Prompt FREE Removalof church" Is the slogan of the First j Saturday night during the youth !J
GARDENS & Worth Prices !
DISH Dead
Crippled,
Christian church of Starke tat meeting at the Gospel TabernacleIn
POTTERY 40 Costs! Try Our I II less Cattle, Horses, Mules, its observance of "Christian Home the form of a musical, In whicha

I & Hogs and Family Week" May 7 through HOWARD'SCall
Service Soon! few bars of a hymn wero p'Iyedl: I IeuI ; I
POTTED
PLANTS Mothers
14, and
Call 132 StarkeWE day-May a and questions asked--the answer I
welcome is entended by "the
bring found In the title of first

FLOWERS ANYWHERENona WIRED The Washeteria : ALWAYS COME J town"friendly to church the public in the to attend heart all or I line Bible of quiz the was song.also The presented regular Rcsc Summer Dry Cleaning Prices In Starke: : .

St Starko Florida Renderers, services during this time. I I and much Interest shown In both. ln
535 Temple Avenue : INC. Bible school Sunday morning j At the conclusion of the meeting SUITS and :
begins at 10 o'clock under the I the group gathered on the lawn 50
direction of Superintendent Clyde for a brief period of fellowship.I CI
Colson with classes for all age ;I Sunday morning the Rev. DaleSnyder Plain DRESSESPANTS
groups. At this time a roll call of Lake Butler brought
of church families will be made the message using Ephesians 6: I
and every member of each church "A Christian's Warfare." He men COATS
CANOVA DRUG CO. family is asked to be present tioned briefly three armors a Call: on u* for rrllubln drug 25

The largest family answering roll I Christian needed for this warfare, and, health need. at worthwhile I' & cSEI SHIRTSSave C
call will receive a special gift, viz: the armor of light, the armor ,
as will the youngest father and of God, and the armor of righteousness Having;. We pride ourselves on I

/ s s r e mother present the scrupulous exactness' which'<<: Your Laundry & Dry Cleaning :
The Sunday morning worship The evening message was a
For Tile RED Truck!
Rights Federal Excise service at 11 o'clock will featurean timely one on "The Bread of Life" goes Into every single prescription '
Reserved To AIR CONDITIONED' Tax On All address entitled "What God (John 6)) brought by the sponsor, we fill. "
Hath Joined" by Minister Homer In which he called attenlon to the
Limit Quantity FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY Taxable Items Swlndall. The Lord's supper is many kinds of breads for physical PHONE 79 Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry
served at 11:15: a.m. needs suiting different lasts :
PINT "but," he said, "true bread for Temple Avenue Starke, Flu
Sunday night Christian Endeavor I K.: Call at Water! Htarke! Ph. :I8-.I for Pickup DeliveryHEADERS ,
RUBBING .14REGULAR meets in the church at 7 o'clock, spiritual needs Is found only in
ALCOHOL and during the evangelistic service Him who said: I am the Bread of 1
which begins at 8 o'clock the minister r-
will speak on "A Crown for if
I the Faithful." A gift will be given l
$1.00 SIZE DR. away at this service to the couple ,
.89 who have been married the long !
PPRESCRIPTION I Il'
*
FAVORITE est. .
During the observance of "Christ- ,
Ian Home and Family Week" the j
minister urges every family to be ,
45c VALUE present for prayer meeting Wed i
.28 nesday night at 8 p.m. the.
15 EPSOM SALT The popular "Children's Hour"
will be 1
held a 8 usual Friday afternoon
at 3:30: o'clock.

PACKAGE OF SIX 8INCHALUMINUM AIRI'ARK MISSIONARY f I

.25 BAPTIST CHURCH ,,, ,
PLATES Sunday School 10:00: a.m. I 'y 1
It Itr
Morning Worship 11:15: am ,
Prayer Meeting each Thursday
7:30: p.m.Eevning. r
KEGULAR $1.00 SIZE H
Service 7:30: p.m, r
.ZORE6m -Rev. L. O. Hemingway Pastor _. t

Toss Cream Deodorant PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS .

10th St. and Temple Ave. UUI Sunday School 9.45; a. m.; Morn ,
$2.00 SIZE DOROTHY GRAY Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelist I

tA 1.00 tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ; :

Hot Weather Cologne welcome.


"OT-STpTo PAYLOAD i 1


Caroid & Bile Salt Tablets .98 Seems Cost less to operate per fort per m/fof 1' :



Right from the Mart, you can figure on more payloads

ADVANCE-DESIGN because Chevrolet trucks t9k. lets time on the lob .

Anusol i SUPPOSITORIES 1.19 I cost let to keep up. They reduce total trip time with

Y extra high pulling power over a wide rang of u abl.

e'' t / road ipeed. AdvancD.*ign construction av.* you '1

REGULAR( money on repair It all boil down to this: You tan Ii
25c
SIZE c/ep/ .n
BAYER .19 low coif p.r ton per mil.. Stop In and tee th* e new P-L ..)

ASPIRIN YOU can cover every scar truck now on display. '
bring: out all the
original beauty and finish See these great FAR AHEAD WITH THESE PLUS fEATURES \ !

REGULAR ?SIZE with truck TWO OKIAT VAlVt-M-HIAD INOINMi MM N.+r IOShM .... 'e004- \ f.
.61 new buys '..... ...*. ..>. .lm_.*.. .]-......Thrlft-MMlw. THI NIW fOWI.-J TCACtUIITOa t

Oleum; Percomorpheum F XxA.1.: in our showrooms TRANSMISSION DIAFHRAOM. HYPOID" SPHIN RIAR CLUTCH AXIIS SYNCHROMHN DOUM.IU. "h

ARTICULATiO IRAKI WIOt-B&tl WMIUS AOVANCS- "f
Just the thing to keep constantly today! DISION STYLING AU-TTPI STIllING UNIT-DISION BOOKS :
used furniture. I v

SlRIN .05 looking like new. Performance Leaders P pularity Leaders Price Leaders :
Won't crack, creek or turn .
TABLETS white. Ifa very easy to Mod PowervCievroM/ / Truck Ev.r Builtl frthrruJ By For Over All Other Trvtttl' First For M-Arowtd$Saving "
apply. Dries overnight.SISTRUNK ,t n
11" 111 "


SWEET REGULAR 35c SIZE SPIRIT NITRE .19 Feed STARKE&: Seed, FLA.Store TORODE CHEVROLET CO. .


PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETSC


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5 1950 '

PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIO.\\" UI'

,
that we were requlerd to budget Ing foods, home sewing and the I were non-farm
CANDIDATES County for the splendid vote given congratulations to Dr. M. B. Her- "
me In Tuesday's election. I I long and his co-workers and to I la/ anticipation of full receipts problem of child development and greater Inter.-. 1'I111J

THANK VOTERS appreciate your trust and confidence pledge our undivided support tr [l from the State. We have followed guidance. people in con. ,'e,of
more than I can express 1 our newly elected Senator during :the law and the practices prevailIng The 1,829,000 farm 'boy and about farm pr, "outtll I

CONNER. THANKS VOTERS and will continue to serve you his tenure In office. I[ In all of Florida's 67 counties. girls In 4-H club work sponsored suIts of bette, >, 'f
TO TIlE PEOPLE' OF RKAI your School Board member : A. J. Thomas. Jr., Mgr. BradfordCo. "6. It Is hoped that the 1931 by extension agent with the helpof search orn(rtlTHREEYEAROLD
session of the Florida local leaders, was an 11
FOR COUNTY: residence District Three to Pepper Committee Legislatureor percent
I truly thank you for your aej I some special session called increase over 1947. The boys and
best of In the
splendid vote In the first primary. as I have my In ability the pant ('RAW'FORD THANK It, Ma Stmjess Mohr I prior thereto, will pass legislation girls are staying In club work FALSE TEETH I" ,rrJ

The good people of my home i Sincerely, To Th. 'Voter ..f District *: Precinct .. I'I --POMCA.NER2.---I to relieve the counties both for longer and completing more ,of, A three-year Br.
county have always helped mend 2 of Bradford County.I tile future and past deficits which their learnlng-by-dolng farm and Id -It. B. Crosby herein I to church on Sunday -. Fred Lang's picture together. I England has bee, ,
I go have accrued to failure and
till believe in /giving a youngman for thelo'al due the home community Improvement ,1Itej(
desire to thank I
you anil note the great friend1'ship would love Aunt Lillie Wilkinson of false teeth ,
,,
feel
a chance. I an obligation -I Anilernon Thanks Ttiternj which tome of State funds. projects.The det Dr
support you gave and all the
farmers. Ouasle and Billie
to you which words can neverexpreR" j I wish gratefulappreciation of these neighboring I I and '7. All members of personnel extension agents tlonal health pim:. .
to express mv on May 2. I have served you I heart thrills when I cooperatively
the valley girls. My
and If by your continued 1 The house across and the general public are here'
to all mv frlmds who for five years and four months B.I'' think of all the joy I hope to have employed by their counties, Dentists salt, ?, '
small, I'
and that of the 'I' looka so by of the situation and
upport miny candidacy for the and apprised the extension service of the State
supported my your County Commissioner, beloved Smith, of
ask In winter "Is It house when I look again upon the Blrel'r., ,
who will\ join ua- -I am We Its
friend Implications.
Board Instruction and and the U. S. '
of Public you are assured. that In anythingthat faces. I would love to have Rev. agricultural colleges est
all person In
,
elected your Representative. I voted for me In the May 2nd pri arises. In which I can .serve at and Bessie. I will have 8. Official notice also Is here- Department of Agriculture, assisted Bnuur ?
will show my gratitude by humbly So far beyond the reach of handor Strickland I by given that the real crisis will The child's OWl
I mary. yo4; I am at your service. album of oved places 6,500,000 families to adopt improved eeth t
and sincerely serving all of you. Hewlett S. Anderson call? 'a regular have to be faced and Its prpblems farming and home making caused her much
I sincerely appreciate everything I have word that troub
have always Itood our and scenes.
left Yet we
Some really /good men were solved during the 1950-51 term.
About 2,000,000 of these tors said
practices.
that people have done for mr the teachers, Owen they had to .
you of former
out In the trot primary and I 1.F.\\'I:04: THANK" VOTF.IS.S friendly guard one Bradford County will again run a t.Ann's
want to commend them on the fine, To the voters of Bradford Coun- In the pant. As close as. if we herded yard to McRae from. Sarke, will graduate deficit of at least S35.00O In ad.'

clean race they ran. On May 23rd ty: I II Respectfully yours as everE. yard. from the University of Florida I dition to the deficit carried over

you will be sited to choose be-I wish to thank the people who: County. L. CRAWFORD Commissioner. Enjoying unmarred.To opposite. views of peace this HELPFUL spring. HINTS.Congratulations.Try making from. this year. This holds a I Bakery & Coffee Sic
tween the present Representative
voted tor me and I will ever be frightening implication for the
and myself. I earnestly solicit grateful to you It I can ever be measure miles to neighbors an apron- of a turklah towel. If future of schools In our county.
and :will thank you for' your help. of service to you please call on TRAIN I SCHEDULEMiss would be strange, you have one a little ;worn, use the "9. It should also be pointed out WEEKEND
Give your neighbor a ride to me. Annie E. Darby local a- As If a road could make a human good parts. Wrap your paintbrush that the cut In State aid affects SPE(

the polls on May 23 and let us all\ -Ovid G. Lewis, gent for the Seaboard Railroad, change.We In aluminum foil when not only the operation of theechool. Marble Loaf Cakes

vote. announces the following new train I tarry miles to measure rifle you atop painting for a few min .. but the building problemas Banana Creme Pie
schedule which became effectiveat brush will not stiff. -.
Your friend utes. Your get
THANKS range. well. 1 Ia
It
THANKS!I THANKS unwise to project
Doyle Conner I wish to thank_ mv manv u __ friends_ 12:01: A.M.SouthboundNo. Sunday, April 30: We measure neighbor range If your soup Is too salty put a commitments on buildings until : We Specialize In We

for their loyal and untiring efforts with terms of life; Bin UI oiod MJ" jo saaaid ata I the financial situation Is more -

THANKOTEB8 In my behalf at the polls Tuesday.As No.. 9 7 due due Starke Starke 10:30 9:32: A.M.P.M. Weddings, births and burials soup to take up the salty taste. stable or we actually have the '-aBirthday, & Anniversary C
Although we lost the election It I : weather strife, Here I Ie a prayer for peace from
the
promised I shall give the money In bank.
Is a source of deep pleasure to duties of County Commissionerof 8 NorthboundNo. When man has need at man and Helen Watt who lives away across "10. It I la felt, however serious Open 6:00 A.M. To 1:00 A.M
due Starke 6:03 P.M.
know that the vast of the water In Scotland: I
majority District wife of wife. the
Two most matter Is
my painstaking that Bradford
No. 10 due Starke 9:02 A.M.
my Bradford County friends supported and consideration Charles Malan Almighty and everlasting County
care and can face the situation
me. I thank each and everyOne to the which Storks & Bell Breach Out here I find the neighborsare we thank You for all the Ood'j
I well
as promises madeto No. 101 leavea Starke 7 equally as a* counties of like
of them for their loyal Thou hast bestowed us. .
sup the devoted leaders real friends to each other. on status
religious the
over State.
port. SincerelyN. of the County when moral, Issuesare I dally No. 102 arrives Starke. 2 A.M'j When ,death come In the home, let Thy grace enkindle In all men 1 "It I* admitted that this Is a Bulldozes For
except Sundays.LETI'ER
Noon the arrive with food love of those unhappy people liQ
D. ( ) Walnwrlghl Involved, I shall not waiver, neighbors : gloomy picture, but the Board
Respectfully, of THANKSI and armed with brooms, mops and whom poverty and misery have and the County Superintendentfeel

CROSBY THANKS VOTER -L. L. Ren froe wish to thank friends whatever' la needed to clean the brought down to a state of life un- that they would be derlllct in
take .thlll my many house and turn It upside down al- befitting human kind. Give peace,
their
I wish to opportunity who visited me and sent me flowers duty If they failed to let the
I We had 0 Lord In our time. Peace In our Land Clearing
most. a man
MRS. THA8TAIN T1MNK8 pass away
of parent and citizen
to thank the people Bradford and gifts during: my recent Ill k of Bradford
I wish to express my sincere ness. I also wish to out In the country about twenty souls, peace in families peace In County know that the educationof
express my miles from town. If It la our land, nation O Stumping
I thanks for the wonderful vote gratitude to doctors. Dr. Hem- possible peace among their children is endangered by
t4: and my many like to take the body home May the rainbow of peace and reconciliation -
-. support given me for County bree. Dr. Hayes and Dr. Adams I present failure of the State to
Commissioner of District Four.It and to the nurses of Shadycrest for at least overnight. Here In once more shelter In meet its full obligation to the Drainage Ditches
will be my greatest pleasureto Hospital for their courteous and town the body Is usually left at I the arc of Its serene light that public schools."

exert every effort to fulfil skillful services, and to the the Mortuary. Anyhow, the land hallowed by Thy life and,.pas Road Grading
good neighbors In thla home sions of Jesus Christ our Saviour.
every promise made and to discharge cooks there. came pa-
County Farm & Home
the dutlea of the office In pered two rooms and got every- A-men.

such a way to express to you May Cod bless each and every thing ready for the coming of The prayer of the Just ivalleth : Agents Find ServicesIn

again and again my appreciation. one of you. Johnnie, as he was called. A vet much. I have much hope. DavE PIIOll(

Respectfully Mrs. Rutham Kearns eran of World War I, he had livedat From New Hampshire comes a Great DemandFarmers

-Jessie R. Chastaln home with his maiden sister and SALMON PIE:
Graduation Exercises bachelor brother. They were all Make common pie crust and linea I In larger numbers than Gen. Del., Starke, or Contact Me at Crosby

THOMAS THANKS VOTERSI Will getting along In years. It Is as pan or glass dish. ever before are calling on county
Be Held In
agricultural for
agents help in
the above poem says, "We out 1 can salmon (red)
would like to take this I adopting practice that make for
oppor- Memorial StadiumFor here measure neighbor range with 1 onion chopped fine
tunity to thank the voters of Brad terms of life weddings death and 1 cup cooked peas (English) conservation, grassland development

ford County who supported Senator the first time In many years etc." Somehow that Is nice. Many 2 cups mashed potatoes. and livestock farming. Farm

Claude Pepper In the recent everyone who wants to see members -I I places are the same and this makesup 1 beaten egg. I,demonstration women are asking county home Tailored Fabric AwniPhone
LOOK! ALL YOUR SenatorIal of the wonderful agents for more help
Campaign Their help graduating class of our America. Cook onion In a little butter. with the
and BHS receive their diplomas will Last night being Wednesdaynight problems of buying the
encouragement was a constant I Mix salmon, peas and potatoes
things needed
FOOD IS SHOWING I source of Inspiration to me be able to do so. we stayed In the store. A :egg and all the juice of the ..almon.I These agents of for the better Cooperative living.
239
Weather permitting the annual young man who lives on the edgeof I Put In the pie crust. Put on top
With; soother 8 feet of "Front Row" In this race.I town married a girl from west Extension Service, located In 3,000
commencement exercises will be crust and bake. :Makes a good
Self space added by the Pantry-Dor would also like to offer my held In the new 1,700-seat Memo- of here talked to us all evening.He Sunday dish for a change. Do counties t over the country maderecord 1 OR
shelves, thif new International Har- use during the last
rial Stadium at Bradford Park.It was from West Verglnla. He not add milk to mashed potatoes year
of
seater Model 11-92: Refrigerator put meetings, radio, 4-H clubs for
will be the was a soldier during the war stationed -the fish la
first time that juice enough.
the food houtewive open boys and
twice st finger- girls and other educa-
from to bottom. air exercises have been held fora at Kearney, Neb.-met his Digger Is down in the yard. Don tional methods ,Write P.O. Box
lip* Refrigerated top Pays All Kinds Medical that reach
It provide! cxtrs capacity in minimum senior class of the high school wife there and after the war was Is at the store. I am cooking manypeople. Starke, FIll.FOR .
Bills No here. over came back to marry her. A beans to bake for dinner
floor space. Full width JO lb. Freezer Exceptions tonight. These and other highlights of
aa.t double-width Cds per plin an Since the rapid growth of the nice fellow has three children.We 1 will get busy on my dress now. last ,year's work are summarizedIn
fruiu, school has enjoyed his visit. So life My heart Is light and I do not mind
earls Crisper. give vegetabiceaJ made for graduating a report by M. U Wilson, director .
frozen foods"front row"view",too. Estate Life Ins. Co. now write classes of SO, 60 or even 70 members flows on. 'he fact that it is still cold out of Extension Work U. S. 'De

fihelTts are of iiainleu ttccl. Exclusive Hospital I'ollrli's covering all many people who would have I am making a pique sunback here. My crocus and tulips are partment of Agriculture.Mr. FREE ESTIMATES
Tight-Wad" mechanism if lifetime sickness and dlnrases known to liked to attend the commencement dress and I can hardly ;walt tc 'p. The yard la raked nice. The Wilson also

Mated,quiet as a..whisper, and operate medlriU ...I..o.nd every type ac- exercises refrained from finish this and get at It. I cleanedthe blue grass Is getting green. Life I world-wide interest reported In extension almost

tut a pittance. rldmttal Injury-no exceptions.YOlf. doing so 'In order to make room attic washed all the curtains Is good and I never felt better In methods In this nation. Official Colorful Patterns,
/ for upstairs and just tore Into thingslast all life. I love all of who
members of the family and my you ; j representatives
too may be able to get from 41 countries
week. Will have
close friends some new read this. I can just feel I ,
of the your came
here
graduates. to
Farm Home & on*. Inquire today. curtains In June I hope. When study extension
Up until this year the exercises presence although we are so many teaching methods
the furnace fire Is out I'll clean during the year Chas. C.
miles ShepherdCourt
had been held In the USO 'audi apart. I and 40 of this
Auto Supply! Paul Raymond, Agent torium, with a seating capacity of the mortuary. I am still planningon May the Lord bless thee and leaders were loaned country's to other extension

Box 9.1 Startce around\ 400. It Is expected that going for a week to visit my keep thee: May He show His face tries to develop or strengthen coun simi &: Madison Sts. Ph. 239 Starke..

Starke, Fla. more than double this number son. If business doesn't get so to thee and have mercy upon thee; lar programs there. Television -:- Seat CoversKOCH'S .:-
-W will turn out for the exercises In i heavy I can't get away. May He turn His countenance to
- With
Memorial, Stadium.., I Got dotted SWiM for another thee and give thee peace. May growing concern about surplus -
I ThJ ,dress, girls. One can make these the Lord bless thee. Amen. crops extension agents spent
Baccalaureate Sermon will I summer dresses 40 percent more time
so cheaply and Yes, dear helping
be friends In these trou-
__ preached Sunday farmers
evening May with
soil
they are conservation
lovely.
14, In bled times, may the Lord give you 1 and
the USO
Rev. L. D. Haln...auditorium by CLAY HILL-Have word that all peace, as only a Christian can I feed crops and 21 percent more CUT nUll
onntor of time ,with '
the Ella Mae Osteen has livestock problem, than
received
the have In his heart.
First The Baptist Church.Commencement. camera. I, want so many things. God bless you all,Peace. three year earlier. Pasture are RATE 11 t tc&OtfWO
? ,
... Exercises I would love to have Daisy and basic to conservation and livestock
I [ Tge&fij win D. held Friday night May Love, Lura., farming and extension- sran- _.._. ._.._.or-_
19. at 8 o'clock In Memorial Sta ing the
helped
dium. School Finances I I'n' the foundation program for, more farmers year with pasture 59 percent fertll .fft( (

The Senior plays, two one-act 1950-91: must meet the require-, izatlon, 125 percent more with selectinI' -e"fJ
dramas--"Ada Olves First Aid" ments of law. These requirements Improved pasture grasses

and "The Tiger's Claw" -were are: 1) A full term of 180 I and 44 percent more with controlling -

presented In the USO last Fri Still CriticalReceipt day 2) Stipulated minimum I pasture weeds than in 1945.:

day night, and reflected much salary schedule. A like relation The number of homes helped : AA
credit on members of the cast and ship exists between any year and county home demonstration by 9

faculty! directors. Larry Gibson of an unexpected check the year succeeding If the law with problems of agent .

1 IJIHAtf Mrs. Margaret Shah, and Mr*. for 910,731 offered temporary relief la violated in 1049-50: the penalties hold furnishing selecting and equipment house .

? Del ne Woodham. last week to Bradford Coun.ty's would be assessed againstthe buying clothing and Improving, (I !J),

sreaf hard-pressed public I school year 1950-51.: The result tttelr kitchens greatly increased

Pvt. J. E. Finley systfm; but Superintendent H. P. would be a cut In State revenue There was alao much wider Interest di'Picture
Morgan emphasized the fact proportionate to the
that failure of the In good buying of foods
At reez-
Texas AFBPvt. monetary problem In his depart County to run a full term and any
ment% are still far from being cut In salaries below the. basic how happy she'llthat '' d

of Jnmes E. Finley IS son solved. stipulated minimum. YOU rem mb. .beCa! n ,
A. J.
I
Finley has report"'d'to "The Board -
Bradford's 118,731 was part of In light of present
Lackland (Texas AFB. the "Gate a 12,374,904) distribution made to i Information has adopted the policy C
I way to the Air Force" to begin Florida I of operating full DJ.BI
school by the State last a term subject '
TAe greatNEIJ! the AF course basic airmen Indoctrination week and make up approx. to such changes as condition L STARKE FL':.' "I'/

SO may warrant rdemand.
imately percent of the ten o In addition /
Lackland :
situated near San percent cut In appropriation to making provisions fora ;: ./
un-
Antonio, Is the world's largestair der which schools have been full allocation of State funds Fri.. Sat., May S. 6 "i1 _

force base center of Air Force operating during : DOUBLE FEATURE _
since last fall. The pay 1950-31 the Board feels -
basic training for airmen and ment was that the
earmarked following considerations
I for teachers -
No'NoxJ -
women. indoctrination station forprior salaries. also have bearing on thia policy: Fighting Fools ;-.... :
service ::
reenhstees and homeof Comptroller C. M- Gay explained "1. Bradford County has a >L

School.the AF' Officer Candidate that the payment was made tradition for, keeping Its contracts Leo Gorcey 4 Bowery Boys JEhiImafl'S'end '

possible by state agency savingsand with member of personnel.! This AND _
an unexpected Increase In tradition la highly valuable In em-
W.C.T.U. sale tax recelpta.Superintendent ploying and retaining good teacher Man fromTumbleweeds a GiBSOn Hollingstcort

THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC Morgan stated In service.
WOULD that the "2. The member of personnel '7) ALSO
DESTROY TilE 118,731 payment would 'r
Get Gulf's CHURCH IF IT enable the School In good faith, have planned their
greatest gasoline- THE CHURCH COULD COULD. .DESTROY through the current Board term to get In personal financial budgets In anticipation Bill Also-Elliott Color Iris Meredith /r CostumeCosmetic Jertt

TUB LiqUOR TRAFFIC fairly
specially designed for today'spowerful IF IT WOULD." that the money problem would get them ment for have a full term. Some'of, Sun., MonTue*., May 7, 8, B & ; COut' *

FRANCES WTLLARD. [serious again thla summer during doubtlessly made bus
new engines (QUOTED FROM UNION SIGNAL. the lean tax collection period. mess commitment In with this understanding Holiday Affair #
view. '
) dilemma Giving a now graphic facing picture Uie of the "3. There Is no legal means by Robt. Mltchum. Janet Leigh to.each of the) mothers Pen & Pencil-

school county which our Board could arbitrarily Added: Color Cartoon you want to remember
system Morgan Latest
It's great 'for NEW CARS continued: cut the length of term or salaries World Oi\
"The Board has slowed up makInI' and escape liability for so long Newa Come in and see And Many

and great for OLDER CARS Ladies needed repair on many buildIngs It I Ia not the wish of this Board
has cut down on the purchase pile a vast array of legal claims to I Wed.. Thurs., May 10, It our lovely Array t Lot'elyte!?

If you are Interested la Building of new library books and against this unit of government DOUBLE FEATURE -

a fine bunlnerw I needed teaching materials, has "4. A cut In term ; Miss NEWFree!
up repeat without I would tend to foc
(Good Gulf-our "regular" .8Oline-i. better than ever, too!) curtailed janitor service Inaugurated Invalidate the NOW Delivery Now Installed At
Investment inquire about the famous accreditation of you can get .
a policy of our evc l..ellt df.Uvel'f'cl' to 1
stamp
C and D line for ladle. and other purchasing gasoline schools:: and could subject our Annie Rooney anywhere I In the elf)' ilinItg at
transportation Do e.ztrn eostl QuIck
ADOLPH GAY SERVICE STATION Lingerie unconditional guaranteed, ,supplies at wholesale and reduced graduate admission to difficulties In gainIng I With Phone ni a& OS today!

guaranteed hosiery quality dress. I the amount of Insurance to college. Shirley Temple
TEMPLE & LAKE ST. SERVICE STA. e 4 form $3.98 new style every I In an effort to compensate coverage for the "9. This Board feels that. \v, -AND-
Ing followed the
law the
few weeks protected territory to[reduction.. These economic have present Trail of
II. C. BROADWAY shortage with It
attendant
producers.' First Inquiries will.get 1 failed to close the gap since about Implications for
ruin
MADISON & WALNUT SERVICE STA.DEWEY first t'OIII .leratloa. Write the 80 salaries.percent of our budget goes for and the credit of our to our County school, la I the Yukon .KOCP-Prescription K 0 C H

WARREN, M T. C & D Regional Manager "Under a responsibility that doe not rest With
the Kirby
ARCHER, FLORIDA General Richard ruling Ervtn of, each Attorney coun upon upon the It. representative but does rest of squarely State New Grant Plus Latest SpetMAY \

I ty. In order to
participate fully government. It will be recalled ,




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