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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 19, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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"We art with RUMl.ad la eminently suited for I .
atruggle military
< death flOW th\! United States training purposes. While he would Voters Urged North Florida Blood Bank Is One Of Few '

1 right a terrific beating In all i personally/ prefer to see It lined In U.S. Equipped With Irradiation UnitV. I State Road Crew Graduation ExercisesIn
taking
the world!' I for the training of divisions, General .

I rtj of sobering; remark I Lowry said that it Is also J. stock director of the
was the To Visit Polls The Irradiation unit is describedas
ThIS Sumter L. Ideally suited for training Here To SurveyFor
Ide by )taJ Gen. a large worth Florida Blood Bank in ultra modern equipment for Stadium Friday
commander. of t.he 51* I contingent of WACs. He predicted Starke took Issue this! week with I
wry, Guard division In a talk I that women will be used In greater I an article Monday's Jacksonville 1 I processing plasma to destroy any

tloonl the < Club at .it, numbers in the "next war" than Next Tuesday Journal stating that there I I harmful bacteria or virus) which 301 Widening\

.(tore nelday luncheon meeting ever before, since "It will be I are only two plasma Irradiation I might be present The urna' Dr. R. L. Johns

Lowry. explaining that brought right to our own doortepa" units in the State-one, just! installed stated that there are only,21 such Will Deliver
General wasP*"* M a private I Next Tuesday May 23 Is election in the Jacksonville Blood units In the entire United States. Rep. 3. P. Roberta announced Berry Receipts .'

a member of the Tampa The General said that he had I day again, but some folks are Bank and the other la the Dade Mr. Stock extended an Invitation yesterday that a State Road Department Address To Seniors 11

*lzen J Club, Mid that the United always admired the lovely lakes apt to forget it unless they mark County Blood Bank, Miami. to all Interested persons to visit crew la here to begin

tar t toeIng the "cold war" in the Blanding area, and that after .I their calenders. "The North Florida Blood Bank the bank on West Call Street and work either Ftrdny or Saturdayon Total $363,251 Graduation exercises for the> 'IIi.'IiI

.v'ery ft ..t and that Russl'u -: seeing a large part. of the i With only two racesone state las had an irradiation unit since Inspect the Irradiation unit and a preliminary urvey for the Senior Claso of Bradford High ''I t
undoubtedly launch a shooting world in the last war he had come and one county-remaining on the February," Stock said. "Our other modern equipment now In proposed widening ol Temple Ave will be held tonight (Friday) In

tr as soon a* she figures to appreciate them more than ever.I. ballot after the First Primary, Interest was the second in the State preceding use here. He also Issued a reminder nue (U.S. 301)). Bradford County' lengthy and Memorial Stadium at 8

odds lust are on her side and shennnot "There is' nothing else like them, has been somewhat laggingand the Installation of the one to all person to deposit:>> "I am gratified to see that our profitable' strawberry season appeared It will be the first time (.o'clock.'I"

109 6He anywhere'that I have found" he It Is predicted that the vote In the Jacksonville bank by several -' blood In the bank for the future months of untiring efforts to near a close this week as permitting) that the

stated that he wa speaking aid. will be much lighter next Tuesday months." use of themselves or their friends. speed this vital project to culmination buying for the cold pack ceased ment program has been I

\ opportunity In order to Preceding General Lowry's talk, than It was on May 2 when 83 are bearing fruit," Rep. Tuesday, and future. operations will the open air. ">

Men the "man In the atreet"ore W, B. Sewel!, chairman of the U. percent of Bradford's 3.723 qualified Roberts said. "The fact that the be confined to ""peddler selling It Is 't expected that the <1.70O- t

I aware of the imminent danr S. Treasury Department's Savings electors turned out at the Lions Win 43Over Music Week ProgramAt survey crew is on the ground Is to nearby fresh markets. seat stadium will be filled lit near

way of life, everything Bond Committee for Bradford polls.The Baptist Church evidence that the Road Depart. During the week May 11-17 capacity by graduates, their, relatives
to our nd everything: County spoke only county contest to be ment Intends to go ahead with growers sold 2,149 crates to the and friends to hear Or. R.
in, briefly on the Independence !
s believe .. Drive which runs decided next Tuesday Is that. of BulletsThe Sunday AfternoonA this project so that it will be completed cold pack at an average of (3.53 L. Johns Professor of School Ad .'

fceneral Lowry. who' was In- July 4. Bradford until Representative to the State Legis GCS : in time to relieve the traffic per 24. quart crate. The week' ministration. University of/Plod-;' :
County' '
lature. Incumbent J. P. Roberts musical program of unusual congestion through Starke before receipts were estimated at 11. da bring the ad-
pf ,
the lectlon \
Irtimertal in quoUlsl2,000, Mr. Sew,l| said,
_
Is.opposed by young newcomer to merit. to be presented In the First the next tourist season begin nUll. dress. t i
ala alt for th* and exie4
Blinding tope that it would
\mp Stark Lion Bueball team "
E Conner Baptist Church auditorium Sun *.
county politics, Doyle date
now
to
The season's totals : Wfilled ..
Guard when It be First
orlda National old Foster over subscribed. Conner was high man In the First defeated the Green Cove, Navy day afternoon at S o'clock will 'In a letter to Roberta Ort March :stand at 46,162 crates for which The commencemjt 1.
I moved from Camp During the luncheon, music Bullets by a score of 4.3 Thursday Of 2, Alfred Sunday
was Primary by a narrow margin of mark the local observance A. McKethan chairmanof 'growers have received an estimated the ,
Icted that many camp provided by Carl Roberts, directorof 61 votes H* received a total of night of last,week. National Music Week. the State Road Department, I gross of $363.231.43. D. Hatries, red- .

roughout the country will be the BHS Band, and a group 1.162 while Roberts followed close Leading, hitter for the Lions Appearing In the concert here stated that $100,000 had been Included Sales this year have exceededby Baccalaureate ., activated In the near future and of selected band students: Ada behind :with 1,101. The other two were Hlckock and Hardln with will be thiee artists from Gainesville In the department's 1030 more than $130,000 last year's uating/ class. the First '

..riled local Interest to tart, Edwards piano; Peggy Caldwell, candidates polled only 781 votes two each.. Ed Dose pitched for : Delbert E. Sterrett, Instructor budget for the widening of. Temple total gross of $$230,863 Pro Rev J.Church R. Hill led of In
lugging" for the .Inclusion of. Florence Brown and Barbara between them the Lions and allowed! S hits and in Voice at the University. of Avenue. duction last year was 38,803 crates Methodist prayer Mrs.
directed by
ding in the future military Bunch clarinets; and Lloyd Grider, The only statewide race remain- struck out 7. Florida; Jane Richards Sterrett "I have talked with practically as compared :with 46,162 cratesso and the Glee Club. "Beautiful :

I ,,cram that will be necessaryr drums. Ing to be settled it that of Railroad BOX sronH Itarn well known soprano: and Maurice all the property owners concerned far this season. Sarah "Olddlngs.The girls'sang quartette! of '

r our preparedness and. protec-' The program :was In charge of & Public Utilities Commissioner, tics nnolI.015i154- Hlnson, organist. Their appearance and believe they are ready and During the past week around Savior '"1 KnowV. Beautiful i
I. E. T. Shuil.Music Group Two, where Incumbent' Wilbur Liens 00 1 0 0 1 0.5 CI 4 S I here Is under the sponsorship willing to cooperate 100 percent 300 hamper of bean have been the church sang" *"

C. King Is running It off with .....1.* Arvrnar I Stark l'l: ... of the Stsrke Musical. I In! making the necessary right-of- sold at the market her at an I. Theme, ,
Grady Albritton. Bradford Coun. AR H Pot Organ numbers to be heard will ; way available to the Road Depart. average price of $1.73; and 100 The pastor's message was Abused
ouncil Receives StudentsIn Hlrknrk _.,.. ________ S ( .88 : )
tlan N. D. Wainwright was eliminated Sha*f.r ___4.__- ____.._ t 1 ..BOOHlihop Include: "Arioso"-Bach: "Choral ment for this widening." Rep. harnpers of Irish potatoes brought on the scripture from .Jo.ljua,2':1

timated Charges Joint RecitalAt from this race in the First Robbins _?____._,._?_.s?._:-___13 S 'I., ...110.son' Prelude on a Folk, lIymn"Murph.ree Roberts said. "I am aure wa aU I an average of $1.63. and stressed the importance must fc.dnake.the> ,'

LiensAt Primary. Reaue ______________ It S .SHU ; "The Swan"-Saint Saens; realise what this means to Starke' A light volume of corn is expected decisions that vouth
Paving Woman's ___ _________ see world conditions ? this I.
ClubMrs. Polls next Tuesday at InN a .I "O Lonely Nlltht"-M.na-Zucca: and want to do everything we can next week, Bradford has concerning"
open 11 Hardin ___.______...--- 11 r .11 IRo..n and God. Unlnjr k It hi.
meetingof' the A.M. and close at 7 P.M. ._________. 11 7 .1M and "Hoaann.I"-Bach.! to speed this project to completion. around 1,800 acres of corn this country, "
the regular W. H. Edwards and Mrs. liar I"y __--_______ II I ..175Stevene Vocal numbers will Include ." title, "Youth Makes A Choice.
ty Council Tuesday night, pav.g In A. Canova __________. 15 I .06* season.C. stated that' "al \
received presented their Wonef ____________ 11 6 .sss "If With All Your Hearts" from After the Road Department E. .Crawford brought the Rev Halns :
from Mer- Schedule .
lIenl were students In a Joint Softball ____ __.. I .17 have had two war In
'plano recital Brown __-_._ ;- 1 "Elijah" by Mendelssohn; 0 DI. completes its survey and makes first pepper (a half bushel) to the though we '
l G. McMillan surveyor -wholculated Thursday evening May 11, |In theWoman' Revised To Admit It has been announced that. the vine Redeemer" Gounod; "I known what right-of-way It desires market this week. the last 30 years to establish democracy -
to be
the charge placednUnit
Club building.The and Individual rights, ware &
Waited for
admission for all borne gameswill I the Lord.-Medfol..ohn: tile city will take the necessary -
price
the property owner on auditorium Humphreys To LeagueWith farther away than everf eventhough I ]
was beautifully be 3Sc for adults and ISc for "The Lord's Prayer"Malotte; steps to obtain It, Rep.
uhlngton and Eighth Street. decorated with of Voice Elks To Head Up we have bad greatirpeeee
arrangement I "The In the Wilderness"Scott. Roberts a.ld.Widely .
id South Street.The four wins and no losses to children Instead of the old BO .
Thompson cut spring flowers centered a- I I Drive plans and more reasons to ,tevad*
City Clerk was instructed to Its credit, Lawtey has taken a and 25c formerly charged. Independence and with
round a lovely arrangement of tall Mr. Sterrett has a varied musical war we are nearer to It; 1
mall notices of aame to tbe prop. pink rose placed on the piano. decisive lead In the first half of I II background which Includes Acclaimed Bond Sales EffortsThe fewer people wanting' :war we> are

ty owners giving them 60 day Students playing in this recital the Bradford County Softball Local Beta Club I appearances' at the Royal Opera Emory Glee Club facing a crisis that demands right

which to pay same without! any were Ada Edwards, Terry Futch, League schedule. Lawtey has already Elects .Officers House In Cairo Egypt, and operatic 'Btarke Lodge of Elks will choices."
temt charges, or the property Johnnie Wall. Mary Wainwright, defeated every team In the roles In the Columbia (South To Sing Here June 3 conduct a sales campaign amongIts Speaking of "our country"1 Rev.

wnir will be permittedpay Wendell Kelly Barbara Bunch league with the exception of American Edward Massey was elected president .j I American) National Opera. During "A most delightful and varied members In support of the :U. ITaines said: "The greatest enemy

same In ten yearly ,pay- Jean Dugrger Mary Carol Bessent Legion, which It haan.tplayed of the Beta Club for the 1930Sl -! the 1947-48 season he was on which left the audience S. Savings Bond Drive which of our country In not a nation but

ent*with six percent Interest on Patsy Walnwrlght Mary AgnesMatthews yet. school term at a recent meetingof tour through the East and Midwest eager program for more."Havana.. Cuba. opened May 13, Charley B. Johns, a teaching force. With trem-

paid batancee.A ;, ..Ann Bunch, Berge Last Friday night Alvarez the honorary.. scholastic orr.a.ot! with the musical production, r" >VTh-lever".mtagling of- music Exattt" 1. ,Jtuler\ announc.eul.ttis,, bUnK' '..werrad and hear of the
motion was made by L. O. Searing,,itary.Julla.., Fvtchi ,Dan.. a..2-1t..w.ver National, ration, "' ". s rf1\oWboat.: ". Knit mirth kept the audience highly wek7 Inrond*'communism Is making/ In
Il that all" urflnlBhed"luiidlngsi # t Kelly 0. Bitch" Grei-n.: Kjnura Guard, and Lawtey downed Her. .' Otherofficers'' elected at this. Mrs. Sterrett likewise has many entertained."-Port Myers, Fla. Grand Exalted Ruler, Emmett our State Department colleges" I

i Call Street of R.A. Green be Williams, Shi Anne Smith ,Dennis cules 10-1. time were: Billy Booth vice president musical appearances to her credit These are just two of the many T. Anderson, Tacoma, Washington, public sdtnola. Industries and Tabor ;
the membershipnow
mpleted within 30 day as pre- Richards, Betty Jean Schmitt, Saturday night's doubleheadersaw ;, Ruth Tourney secretary: In 1942 she appeared. In a joint (,Complimentary newspaper comments saul that with million mark he and we are forced to realize: ;

ly advised. The motiorc-wa Fritz Pellum. Agnes Lawson, Ann American Legion score over Kathryn Colson treasurer; and recital\ with Leonid Hambro In (that have followed the; appearance at the one for Elks Rev Haines concluded with the ;
nded by H. A. Bishop Jr; and Cressler Barbara Bates, Clair State Maintenance Shop 10-3, and Donald Richiereporter.. :. Carnegie Chamber Hall New York of the EmoryValdostaGlee has set a national quota each the imminentdanger." \
million bond, urging
A rrtPd by unanimous vote. Jean Mundy. Margie Wall, David SMS beat National Guard 21-12. The Beta Club now in its third City and was soloist with the Club in concerts throughout of a take active part, not decision! that youth must make '

resolution was adopted author- Kelly Mary Ann Miner, Nancy Monday night Lawtey defeated year at BHS. Is composed of students tU'tierkrana Symphony In New Florida and Cuba. member purchasing to an bonds but also about Clod: "H" and His Word are

if enter the Chairman of the Council Bates, Frances Caldwell, !,ath. Alvarez 26-3, while Hercules took who have B or better aver York in Beethoven's Ninth Sym The 36-volce men's group will bo only by others to purchase our only hope, and regardless of "
In encouraging
Ul the into a lease agreement rlne Johns David,Browning, Mary the measure of American Legion ages in their studies and who are phony and Brahm's "Requiem", heard In Starke Saturday. evening, Johns said all other teaching we must believeIt
Florida Bank at Starker Lou Durshlmer Franklin Ritch, 286. members of the Junior and senior Mr. Hinson was an outstanding June 3, In the USO auditorium at them Order' outstanding In Its entirety and be willingto
t parcel 1 of land six feet by George Jackie student of the Julllard School of Because, of the it I I. th, only book
Fatten <
Harley, The entry of Humphreys Gold Into classes. 8 o'clock. The appearance here is bond drive, d's for It al :
the feet on the northwest, corner Gayle Moore. Patrlca Pellum, the league has necessitated an- Marian McRae., state vice president Music In New York City and at under the auspices of the Stark service In previous has asked to die by for It teachers the way .
the:
temporary bulldlnc'no."N Pinkie Durshlmer, James Lawson, of of Beta Club and Edward present Is organist at the First Rotary Club. Treasury Department of life eternal through the Christof
the schedule
other revision In
r control of Sam Rosenberg. Sandra JohnS, David Ju. the state convention Christian. Church in Gainesville. the Elks to take the lead of Cloud." :
nt south of the bank Canova,, Jimmy Hobbs, league president, Massey attended James A. Dasher, director of the each community for the! sale of Calvary and the
building lia Lawson .Betty Williams, Wen- In Jacksonville last Friday and Glee Club concluded with
Walnut Street. % announced yesterday. The remaining promises that "W.llave bonds on Flag Day June 14, which The service was
It was Mated dell Kelly and Carolyn Crews. schedule for the first Saturday, They were accompanied Guard Undergoes an entertaining show-nothing will be the half way mark of the the benediction by Jimmie Lee s

I parcel of land that the city needs half of the season la as follow: by Mrs. Delene Wocdham Beta Federal Inspection highbrow,?' The variety prograM drive which ends July" 4. Senior, HKfrs : ,
for the ,
purpose B&PW Club sponsor will Include
wnstruction thereon a building Nominates Saturday. May 20;- Alvarez va. number by a guest The Starke Lodge Urges each ?.. A. anova was at the :

be used as a police booth for Officers For Year SMS; Lawtey vs. American Legion. The local unit of the Nation: aoprano, a male quartette, bras member to buy a bond as the purchase organ for the processionals, while :
> City Police Department. Vet Farm Students Guard. along :wIth other units of trio. dancer night club scene, accordionist of bonds will help fight Communism ." Mia Julia Lawson played for the I

The city attorney was directed Members of the Starke Business Monday, May 22: Humphreysvs. Showing ProgressN. Florida and Georgia belonging to Tickets,for and the other concert novelties and keep America strong' glee, club. !

Prepare a suitable and, Professional Woman's Club Hercules:, Alvarez v*. American the 48th Infantry Division, will are now for'Americans. .
lease to be sale and '
tered Into between the Florida held their May meeting at the Legion. D. Kllgore, Instructor of the attend summer camp at Fort on may be obtained from Exalted Ruler Johns hs appointed -] Westminster Chimes
ok at Starke home of Mrs. Janle Avery on North Friday May 26: National Guard Veteran Farm School! which Jackson S. C. for two weeks beginning any member of the Rotary Club, a Committee, headed by I 1

rite covering the and above the describ.City of Walnut St. Monday. evening. Routine vs. Humphreys; SMS vs. Herculea meets In the agricultural'building July 23. A ket portion'Mlee of the revenue from tic H. .A. Bishop, Jr, to conduct the I Are Gift Tn New ,

Property. business was transacted with Saturday May '27: Lawtey vs. at BHS. has a complete class of The local unit was given Its an. will go to the Rot.ryClub (oral I campalfrn. Other membersof Baptist Building I

committee chairmen giving reports Humphrey.; Legion v*. NO. 22 members.Out nual Federal Inspection by Third to carry on Its Boy Scout this. committee are as follow:

The"group voted to make a donation Monday 29: Alvarez v*. Hercules of this class. six of the vet. Army personnel Thursday night ollast program and other civic work. W.'E. Dowllng Mayor'J... R Wain- The newest addition to the new :t

oung Matrons Meet to the spastic children'scamps ; Legion v*. Humphrey.. eran-students have two-row tractors week. All phases of the unit O. 8. Newcomb, Rotary president wright. ,City Councilman Lucian First, Baptist Church building of I

ith Miss Stump., which are to be held near Friday, June 2: Alvarez vs. Hum eight have one-row tractors, were up to the usual high stand- emphasized that Starke Is 0, Hazen. and Phil P. Vltsky. Rfarke Is a set of Westminster 1\\
here this summer. phreys; NO vs. Hercules.' 19 owntrucks. 17 are landowners, ard and the company Is sure of fortunate to be Included on the Chairman Bishop says that he Chimes and a complete amplifying \

Young Matron's Circle,of the Plans were made for a dance to Saturday Jun. '3: Humphreysvs. I 10 have running water in their "getting a satisfactory rating. with Emory Glee Club tour since Its not only wants to urge each member system capable of Jkelntr heard I

rat 'Pu byterlan Church met be sponsored by the -club In the SMS; Alvarez vs. Legion. ho ne. on the farm seven have the possibility of receiving an excellent concerts are usually held In much of the Elks Lodge to boy a clearly more than a mile in All r

ul'Idav evening. May 11. .at the USO auditorium after graduation Monday June 3: Lawtey vs. NG; sewage disposal units and bathrooms rating. larger Cities Arrangements were bond but every citizen: of Bradford dIrections :
me of the unit Recruit made for.a.stop over In Starke County to also buy a bond.
ot have electricity One member
MIlS| Evelyn, Stump for exercises tonight (Friday). Soft Alvarez vs. Hercules while 20 This gift was presented to the .'
I drinks and sandwiches will be 9 Hercu- their Leland II... Baker of Keystone while the Ol.* Club- U on a tour
monthly meeting. on Friday June : SMS vs. l In Jiomes.Eight church by Chas. S. Brooking of ::
Miss Hazel FIeld. had' sale. lea; Legion vs. NO. out of the class have picked Heights, is attending the Army that will Include Daytona Vero May 23 Rounduo Gainesville, his sister Mrs. Ola \ M.\

the program with charge Chairman Thelma Dlnklns of Saturday. June 10: Lawtey vs. up skills or trades from their Food Service School at Fort Banning Beach. Key West, Fort Myen, and Crow. of Plattsburg. Mo., |.n<|.hi. *

.H by Charles scriptureifT the nominating committe gave the Humphreys; Alvarez vs. NO. use of the shop operated in con. Ga.. and will have completec Havana, CUba.Conner For Pupils Sta..tingSchool brother. Arthur Broolclng'of Logan ..

IQ the Bible" "!* **' report on new officers for the Monday. June 12: Legion vsHumphrey nection with the school. These his schooling prior to departure to Next Year, :. Utah. f" ''t

A report quiz. coming year. 'These are to be: *; Hercules v*. Lawtey. skills are great labor savers on summer field training. SecondIn I ,
call will b bros-l-
A to worship <., ;
urch and n0th8 cleaning r of the Pauline Torode president; Della Friday June 16: SMS v*. Law the farm. ,Tentative plans are being made Track Meet All children who will b* six yearn. 'I cast 30 minutes before the regular ,
Sunday .chool room Rosenberg, first vice president; tey; NO. vs. Humphreys. Fifty percent; of the class participated for the unit to hold! a stag party old on or before Jan. 1. 19-11 will church
by MIlS service of the on Sunday
wfT? '" to Evelyn Stump. Pat Lambe second vice president; Saturday.. June 17: Legion vs. In the AAA program of prior to Its departure for summer Glenn Conner BHS Senior took be registered at the new elementary and Wednesday evenings ilong i'

"ttln.s r I"the discontinue the Helenf" Malone, secretary; Madge SMS; Alvarez vs. Humphreys. 1949 through the county!" agent, '1'. camp. This Is an annual affair of second place In the half mile run building of the Starke Schoolon with the playing/ of recordings.The .

OJItlts ot July and circle during the )'llddleton", corresponding secretary Monday, Jun. 19: Hercules vs K. McClane. taking part In such the units, and the one evening that In the State (Class B) track Tuesday May 23, from 9:00: chimes) played by the torgan-
August. Plan Alvarez as growing blue lupine, all members look forward to, it A.M. to 3:00 PM. ,
re made for ; Elizabeth Andrews, treasurer. .Legion; vs. Lawtey. practices tournament held In Gainesvillelast Ist will be heard preceding the regular '- \
van by the Circle a program to be These officers will be installed Friday June 23: NO. vs. SMS; hairy indigo. Improved pastures being strictly fun. food, and frolic. Saturday. Schools\ bus will run that day hour of worship.The .

"ttlnll' ot the LWas at the May at an Informal.supper at Lawtey vs. Legion. pine aeedlln&'Imin&-' etc Due to the recent lifting of the Thompson of Fletcher High took to transport the parents whose Brooklngs, former residents 1

Ia. Evelyn Stump Auxiliary the home of Mrs. Avery Wednesday Saturday, June 24; Humphreys' Recently Mr. Kllgore arrangedfor strength ceiling and the, dischargeof first place setting a new record children are to be registered.Transported of Starke and members of the I
Work wu directing. May 24.. Miss Aulean Martin vs. SMS; Alvarez vs. SMS. Dr. I. N. Kennedy public relations two men the ,unit now has a time of 2.03.4Recent: children will be reg.Imitated church :are remembered by their
"IIiflg comt<*4 on SUJ1cai. of Jacksonville, district director Monday, June 26: NO. vs. Herculesr representative of the FreshWater number of vacancies All men In the morning" and those \
friends here. ,
At the for overlleu- 1I000pltala. will be present for the Instal Humphreys vs. Hercules Fish A Came Commission, who are Interested are Invited to children who are to walk next year many ,
i
I. close Df the meeting lation. to meet with the cl.... He gave call at the armory for further de Births will be registered In the after

Stump to eerved delicious I'e1Ithtpnt5 -r During the meeting each member -. Singing Convention a very Interesting talk followedby tails Recent birth in Shadycrest noon. Busseis will return parentsand Display Window ) j

t.he member pres-. contributed a dish towel which a brief movie on fish hatcheries Under the' new pay bill the annual Hospital were children horn before lunchtime Shows Work Of

will be presented to the St. Ed- The Bradford County Singing and cat hunting--ln Florida. pay ranges from $1A4 to $*>2 Mr. and Mr*. Nat Harris of I Industrial Arts

NOTICE ward's Recreation Club in appreciation Convention will meet all day Sunday A representative from the State for enlisted men. and $73518 to Gainesville, a girl Linda Russet-! Parents should bring a birth I

The for the use of the Recreation .with Oak Grove Baptist church Forestry Service office In Lake 1.18.01 for officers In the Second ben on May 10. certificate or other recognized The Industrial Arts Departmentof

Vide Rotary Club I baa agreed to i Club's building by the BPW located six miles north 'of Camp City also 'spoke Jo the class recently Battalion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward proof of ag of the child. It U I BHS calls the attention of the
tood and I Club.. the highway leadingto and con vitally Important for all children
lodging for per- Blanding on on fir. protection Ricks of Starke. a boy Charles public to the- exhibit of shop workflow
eel ot the I : and Dinner .will. be woodland. After expecting to enter first grade next .
Jacksonville.
Emory.ValdOllta Glee : The meeting was adjorned trolled burning of Local Board No. 18 Benny] on May 11. or. display In the show window :
b during their hostesses Janle Avery. Elizabeth served on the grounds and every his talk he showed a film on fire I year In the Stark.' School to be of the Bradford Hardware Co.
June 3. PP* rance here .Andrews and Thelma Dinkins served one Is Invited to attend and bringa protection, controlled burning. fir : Has New Hours i VICKI A DDLS ION registered on this dat. Call Street. on

rntll Places i In private sandwiches with coffee and I well filled basket.Cemetery line cutting, and stressing the Importance Mr. and Mrs. Luther Addlaon of
are Sirs Rhoda Dampier, clerk Projects made by the boys In th*.
Jscksomvlllei
being Sought for the of countrywide fire control announce the birth of Bennett To Make
present.
to the members
denta that punch announces th. following scheduleof a daughter. VickI on May 13: In shop are being displayed and indicate
thoSe Saturdy nlghf WorkingThere office hours for Local Board St. Vincent's Hospital there. Mrs. 'Thank You Tour skilled workmanship. Novelties
seemed
who clas
In the '
Offer their boepity Dance Revue Set The boys No. 18, serving Bradford Clay Addison Is the fromer Miss Vivian Include lamp. made bymounting
of the
was -
ar, will be a working interestedand It predicted
ta aaked to have the stu- Next Thursday Sat very :would and Union Counties: Beam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.: Bennett. recently reelected a cypress knee oa a
For Cemetery on Bradford .unty
Church that
ltaylng In their home as Beulah to Secretary fire controlInstructor's Monday and Tuesdays only: C. E!. Beam of this. city. Congressman from this district -, wooden base with glue and screws.A .
ta for urday. May 21. according soon have countywide 5 will make a "thank you" ; light fixture .1s then placed In
will 8 to 1 to pm.
Satur4ay night Mr*. Alberta Richards present Thomas. Everyonewith a.m. noon p.m.
SUnd.y wpper her dancing pupils In a "Four Elma Mr*. Dampler also wishes. to remind CARD OP THANKS tour through the district this top of the knee and a wire run
C !tated mOr11lng breakfast Season Revue- in the USO build- an Interest In the cemetery t.1 Course the public In these three Mn. Edward 8. Munson desires :weekend. Bennett said that he through It. A high lacquer finishIs "

Clad that the tudente wlU Ing Thursday* evening: May 23, at urged, to be present. over' of counties that young men must to' express her deep appreciationto .will be able to be present only at put 'on the lamp making; It apiece
to prepare their own toast 8 Any person 18 years agewho register with the Board ImmedIately the many friends for their kind.ness. \. county seats on thi* trip: but that to be treasured. Other
8Offe. Sunday morning U the o'clock. divided Into four Scout Night Changed : is Interested In taking an t Instructor's Is upon their becoming 18years .. shown during the Illness and he will return at a later date to objects on display Include borkends. -
The .U In swimming
revue course
t dcea other localities. bookshelves, and
death of : a varietyof
not andWinter of ag''. Heavy penalties her husband. and for the
de.lre to Summer. Fall, : Trawlck announces contact Jack Trawtck at
get that parts-Spring. Jack to
asked
up novelties
Iy Anyone Scoutmaster are provided, by law for failure beautiful floral offering Es.pecial If* will be at the Starke courthouse
who with appropriate songs I Urn for Health Department. The
urn5 ean t.ke cars -' season : that the meeting the to register at the proper time. : thank Is given, to the Rev. Saturday May 20 at 3:30: The display waj, made possibleby
or and costumes for each from will be on some time
more SttIdnte Ia asked dance, 73: dance :Troop 79 bas been changed course put The.Board ls located In the- City Robert Gray for bill comforting P.M. and at Lake Butler at 4:30: the shop Instructor WWIa.mScruggs.
Around
IIOUty of the nightof Red Cross personnel
T, H. year. Monday night to Thursday In June by words. PM., ,
', Slade or O. S. IA tidcc4orfur I Hall In Stark '
mb. students will take part, each week at S P. U. from Jacksonville. I I II I
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TWO" _u______ ____ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STARVE, FLORIDA FRIDW,111y 11

and Mrs. S. M. Mott last week- Velmarle Dukes, 3. C. McNeil, tery, as is the custom at these tlon cannot market their produce :.
Bradford County Telegraph which was $128.81, after they raise It.
end. Jackie Dyal Betty Jean Reborn gatherings PINE LEf
BROOKER Avery Williams Mary France building fund which has not beenon We are having some good rains
Mr. and Mrs R. R. Carlton
Par- the before was $T1.- now, and how the weed do grow. '
Stokes Wallace program
Hazen
Ruby By
I ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. owN.n.DIToag'DWkihed shopping in Gainesville Saturday rsIL
were M.
By Ivm Mrs LewisMr. rlah, Edna Tetatone, Naomi Stokes 98; and for the pastor 127.00 (or But the crops are growing nicely = =: KG.
Every Friday and Entered! .. Second 11 Gerald Gay, Helen Carlton and at least this is the way we get too.
paw Matter at the Post Office- at Starke, Fla. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and : Mrs A. D. Martin of Waldo I Elaine Crosby. the figures). But anyone who Mr. Belt has his fryer ready A large crowd I ttended I
son Oene of Gainesville and Mrs... visited Mr and Mrs. R. F. Cano I. was there Sunday could readily for local market now but it seemsno Mother's Day services ,
1950 W. F; Rltch of Gastonia, N. C. Friday see why we are trying so hard to one ia chicken hungry, and-l Level Baptist : II i
MEMBERSabrrtptlun vUlted Mr. and Mrs L. A Brown Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Gano and get a new building at least twiceas told him people here LIKES Many visitors hurch)J
Months last Weekend. son Ray of-Gainesville were sup LONG BRANCH large as the one now in use. CHICKEN. Wonder-it All have were PI'eItt
For Six the
42.0 Annually $1JM Mr. and Mrs Hugh Rahn and per guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Ily Mrn. J. L. Strickland And we are still working to get lost their appltitea for chicken? church was filled ally!
children, and Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. Gano Friday evening. thla house built. Maybe they are waltin' for the ful flower
I Mott and children all of Raiford Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees and Miss Debby Phillips is looking chickens to go to meetin't Well Mr. and Mrs J E IL
SWEKT CORN GAINS IN IMPORTANCE and Mr. and Mrs Elton Taylor children of Branford and Mr. and I Services at Long Branch home well after her. short stay In the they-the people or the chickens eon, Edward Hall

An unofficial source estimates that there are about 1,800 acres of and children of Worthington Mrs J. E. Hardy and two daughters coming Sunday were wonderfully hospital and her thyroid trouble. -may not get there, ao they had, were guests of or
the
attended. In fact
..hownpf.cI Springs visited Mrs. Bannle Mott of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs there wu Aunt Babe Padgett Is en the better not wait for that-we like Rev. and her pam,,
street corn planted In Bradford County. State figures likewise Sunday. O. W. Barry Sunday.Mrs. largest congregation we have seen sick list, also Mrs. Eugan Pad- chicken, too, you know! Mra. Alice Mrs.V E oJ S ,"
the Importance of sweet corn In the state. Tills comeback .. there unless it was at CalebStrlckla.nd's a bit Crosby
growth of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen ofOalne.vllle Ernest Russ and Mr Mat- estimated gett has been having quite Mr. Robert Lamb J? :,
funeral. The
: of King Corn tendereat and most succulent of all vegetables visited Mr. and Mrs. tie Sowell were shopping on Starke of discomfort with heart trouble are visiting' of '
crowd Sun. between 1.000 their
was
been bnae
has pick-
according to most tastes, Is attributed to a newly won control of the R. Hi. Hazen Sunday night. Saturday. and 1,500 This Is the Buddy Wilkinson and slater, Mr.
people. Save Time Work and P
Mrs Wilson Green and daughters Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shaw and ing beans for market, but says Lewis. 1.111.
ear worm by line of new Insecticides. visited Mrs. J. E. Hardee of La sons of La Cross visited Mr. and first time'we have had to bring. they do not bring aa much,ae it .
Buyers of corn sirens the fact that corn must be worm free or ; Cross and were shopping In Mrs T, B. Mann Sunday. out benches to make. tables for takes to' get them to market, and Money! Mr. and of Mr Aaron p: n
and farmers and will succeed or fall financially Gainesville Saturday. Mrs J. A. Parker and son and pert of the food. Always before therefore he has quit picking. family Lakeland Were
growers I
reasonably so the tables
would hold food. II a
the guests Of Mrs.
Mrs. Plnholster Miss Theney Mann were shopping It seems. our farmers in this sec- OPhelia y I( I
and the crop will become more and more Important to the extent Mr and Guy Of course there were people from Pounds Of Your the E. J. and H. H.
In Alachua Lem
.
Friday.
Sr., and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Guy )
by which control of the ear worm Is maintained. A fact to remember all parts of the country, far and 9 Recent
Mrs. Dukes /
Pinholster, Jr., and childrenof Sally StelnhatcheeIs Laundry Done In guest of Mr
Is that wormy corn is not In demand-but worm-free corn Is. Full Jacksonville, Rev. and Mrs. spending several days here with near. Our father, Mr. Belt was FAST RELIEF from H, M. McRae were Mr t
details on control are obtainable through 'r. K. McClane, Jr., County Truby Parrlsh and children of her sister. Mrs. Florence Varnadoe.Mrs. present, and enjoyed himself more Only Robert Taylor and < 11// .,
.Ageat. Santa Fe, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.Douglas Juanlta Dukes HOQd of than he has for years at a church PRICKLY" HEAT Olustee. Mrs. T N N I
and Miss Lubedla Pin- Miami visited her aunt, Mrs. service, he said."" Said the good DIAPER RASH son ,and grandsons of I
Minutes. It Is a
friendly spirit, the ,
--- singing the
Florence Varnadoe, Springs, and
holster of Brooker visited Mrs Sunday Mr and
: (
Mn
sermon by Rev. Waller well, all CHAFING ITCHING Washed F
Spotless.
through Tuesday. Egger. and
Rosa Plnholster Sunday.Mr 40 son of 3.
SB4VWE and Mrs.; Ordell Waters and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes attended of !it reminded him of when hewas TIRED, SORE FEET )ly CleanReadyTo Mr. and Mrs. F r.. t
\\\t\ SlQliE a young man and attended : i
?\ } church in Jacksonville last Jacksonville
baby daughter of Dunde e are Iron! were gueata
services In Tenn. and other places. '' Mtd d LYCO.50.K.OL I
vMttng relatives here for a few weekend. : :.:.(, : and Mrs. B. M. McRae ;
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PHONE 189 Miss Betty Long of Raiford Says he hopes to be able to attend firm! ......inll rtlicf promptly Friends will regret
,,' State Roads 100 &200 days.Guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. visited friends here Monday.. services there again and would from prickly heat dujxr Cents Is AU It illn..a ot Mrs. .ca.to lean ,I II'
like rub, itching. cod! III
to attend chafing
regularly if he had ear
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-- STARKE FLORIDA Mott Sunday were Mrs. C. C. Mr. and Mrs. H. A Coleman of' other minor kin iiriucioni.Don Hospital, Palatka. w,
Gainesville were guests of Mr.I' some way to get to church-so .,.. 40 Coats! Try Our a speedy
Melvin of Starke Mrs Grover 'would I-but not dwolr, er clog the but recorery. eaS
Moore and sons of Starke and and Mrs. L. L. Parker and daughters a man 81 years young stays on ihe ikin-firing; a cool vclrctytmoolhntti. Strawberry season
their children Mr. and Mrs. Her- Sunday. I Is too young to try to walk that .' UioJ .'fcy doctor. cad .hot.Mtau .Service: Soon! tion la about over, la tL 0
butoatcrops .
Pure Tires, Tubes Batteries, shel Layfleld of Gainesville Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas far on a hot Sunday-Just after wcccMfully for over 20 y ",. and gardens J 4
and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson. Starke.Mr. and children of La Crosse and Mr. noon: The singing waa enjoyedby Mel. your. ikin. nippy lod.,. CM LTCO fine. Some- ladles M 3 l
And Assessories and Mrs. Jack Simmons and and Mrs Paul Faulkner of Starke all. There were solos, duets, IO-ROL it your Jrafitora. Your men*? The Washeteria are already in this vJ chr
phoir well ..... canning
Just good singing. The back if tuf
_ Marshall Mott of Montloch and visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C: Lewis you'n not complete ? We regret to .,
offerings were all liberal. report HUH of
very
Mr.and Mrs.J. R.Mott of Brooker. Sunday. Con. had to return
there 835 to
were three offerings taken, LYCO-BO-ROL Temple Arenas the ha
Mrs. W. H. Hinton of Waldo Mr. and Mrs N. C. Mott, and I' again. We hope he J
SPECIAL! one for the upkeep of the ceme win
visited Mrs Ernest Edwards Fri Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis had as .. home.LOVETT'S. ,
their guest Sunday their nephew,
7.5 h.p. Corsair Gear Shift Outboard day.Mrs.. Mary Green visited friends Bryant Moore of Colorado. '_ a -

Motor\ $169.95! and relatives In Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davie of ScM
weekend. Jacksonville visited.relatives here
'
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams of last week.
Jacksonville visited her parents. Mrs. Doris Kelley and children' Seof
Mr, and Mrs. Dave Green, last were shopping in Gainesville. Monday -
.
weekend. '
Mrs. Bill Plaster of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes were 0'St
Complete One Stop ,; visited her parents' Mr. and Mrs. In Gainesville shopping .-Monday. StS

Norman Parrlsh, last weekend
Mrs. Leslie Green and Miss GRADUATION EXERCISES hljcci
Linen Supply Jackie) Green were shopping In The Baccalaureate Sermon for STARKE FLORIDA

Gainesville Mr. and Saturday Charles; Rabbit and graduates the Brooker will Junior be preached High Sunday School -- Prices Good Through SAT, MAY 20th cciC

Mr. and Roy Howard of Jackson afternoon at 3 o'clockand Grad- ,
Service I ville :were guests of Mrs, H. H. uation Exercises will be held Monday LOCAL DRESSED 1S
Howard last weekend. night at 8 o'clock. ,
_ The 7th and 8th ,. DaSth
Mrs. Marie Miller of Jacksonville Grade girls .
visited taught by Mrs. Cleo Andrews will
her mother Mrs. Lottie '
Edwards last weekend.. sing at both times. The public
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas of Is cordially invited to attend. FRYERS 49
Expert Dry Cleaning I Lake City'visited/ Mrs. H. H The Junior High graduates are: IB. .

'Howard Lewis Sunday.and Mr. and. .Mrs. E. J. I Carolyn Lamar Crosby Kelly Yvonn Ernestine Harrell Russ, .

& Laundry Service Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis I I'i
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Dave Cook of Fernandina Sundav. BRISKET
Pays All Kinds Medical -
Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. Mattie BREAKFAST |er
--. :'Full Insurance ,CoverageAll I Sowell and-Miss Iva Mae Lewis i Bills No, Excep-, STEW I
; attended services held at New River C
BACON
tions!
Claims Settled In Full Missionary Baptist church/ STEAKIb.65
Sunday morning.Mr. Estate Life In. Co. now writes
0 and Mrs. M. U Tllghmar Hospital Policies! t covering; all
lb. 9QI
33c
and children of Gainesville visited sickness and dl_ known to I lb. 39 I

Your Clothes Are SAFE With Mr. and. Mrs.Minnie S. M.Adklnsoti Mott Sunday.Mrs. Mre.. medical rldental science and every type ac- '

Eddie Castlen, and Miss Ilean Ad- fnJur7G exceptions.
Starke Dry Cleaners -& Laundry kinson were In Gainesville shopping YOU. too, may be able to frt 40 LB. CAN
Saturday. one. Inquire today
I Mr. Eddie Caatlen and Mir ROAST Ib. 49c
Phone 28-J Starke Fla. Ilean Adklnson Pure Lard $5.4'LEAN
.1 I Starke Saturday were afternoon.shopping. in Paul M Raymond- AgentBoa Starke I ,

I Mr. and Mr. Pasco Mott and ,
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Y, BRADFORD COUNT TEUBGRATB. STARKE, FLORIDA
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during the :week and Dr H. L. ,.

Lawson, of Palatka, brought along who have left this world a better time opening the door for people.I we, seeing the awful futility of
his recorder and made records of place than they found It. whetherit have Drlgger In the back yard. war, may now renounce everything -
several of the messages for preservation be by an Improved flower or I must go see about him. I have that makes for war: and I I
presentation and profit. a saved soul; :who have never bad such a nice letter from a that earnestly desiring peace. we
I Dr. McNeill left Monday morning lacked appreciation for earth's school teacher In British Honduras may also desire those thing ,
for an engagement In Lake City. beauty or failed to express it: Central America. She which make for peace. Help us [
N Fl5t Later be will go to Chattanooga, who have looked for the best Jn' sent m. the prayer for peace by I to do justly, to love mercy, and Jjf p t
Tenn., and Rockford, Illinois. He ,1uxa turivess lfml others and given them the best St. Francis. Below ii Is another to walk humbly with our God.. j]h!f
C sails on July 12 for Scotland for they had. Then one- has had success prayer from Rev. Charles Light, AMEN. R!'
a visit to h's! -- DOMCA. NEBRrOWhereon In living. the beloved minister
Methodist ChurchMay mother and to fill who married The
1 Church a month of May Is almost St?
three month speaking I CLAY lULL Lots of letters from Don and me four years
tour ago.
in I erlrbrat fourth one half How swiftly the IP
my and I gone.
song. seem1 to find no fault
the. ser. 218t Is Aldersgate Europe. 1 Clay Hill: school will soon be out Oh, God Infinite and eternal
before .
sunday morning Sunday wedding anniversary, arid love the with Don at all. My nerves are and children days pass. Here Is a little poem (
Pastor L. D. Haines at throughout the Methodist Church people and land of my adopted never tried. Everything he does Branch glad. Sunday Long Whom pass the generationsof sent to me by a dear lady: ;\
StarkeThe in observance of Christian has an all day meeting.
of John
;Baptist church Wesley's Church state is all right. So since we have Nice letters men In triumph or In disaster, Give me a mind that Is not '
14 Withered and"'from "warm heart" experience In a I have forgotten whether the both had good health, we have often coup from Lela Mae It comforts Us to know that Thou bored, !,
Carter. I wish
I
8I e Of Christ." The choir room on Aldersgata Street, London, Sunday was a great day at the wind was blowing much to be thankful for. I see everyone art concerned with all that concerns That does not whimper' whine {if t.
special music directed on May 24, 1738. In describing First Christian Church of Stark, Whether'the clouds were gray Out here we have had lots of us and that In Thy hands or sigh; {]'-t
i Luclle Green, with Mrs. the experience John Wesley wroteIn Minister Homer W. Swindall re- or the stars were bright.I 1 chilly days and wind and rain.I HELPFUL HINTS paste an en- not ours alone, are the Issues of Don't let me worry overmuch jK"
e nova at the organ. his diary "I felt my heart ports, with a packed house for shall live all of the years of finally got my garden plowed.I velope In the Inside cover of your history. In days of turmoil and About the fifty things called L 8,1 j,
l ppy hour service at 8 p.say xtrangely warmed. I felt I did both morning and evening Mothers! my life unknowingJust have It all planted and have cook: book to hold recipes that change, suffer us not to forget Give me a sense of humor, Lord: It f
will feature again the trust In Christ, Christ alone, for Day services Three new members what you wore on that tomato plants to set out tonight. are loose Make bath mittens of that Thou art with us. We thank Give me the grace to see a joke;;
and choruses salvation." In keeping with this were added to the old, worn turklah towels; makea Thee for the hope which Is To
r the hymns church roll. lost enchanted night. Last night I went to my neigh now get some happiness] from ,
I I II, bv the congregation. theme, Pastor J. RH111 will have Attractive gifts were presented Only one thing my heart :will bors across the street. We had pocket with a draw string and ours that some way may yet be life' 1 I
ls' Mann will be at theJd as his sermon subject for Sunday during the morning services to remember forever, a birthday party. Just eight put small pieces of soap Inalde. found out of the valley of the And pass It on to o'her ''II1e.. "j'h'
Mrs. Read morning "The Witness of the Douglas Martin.aa the son most Love came and thrilled life's women, and we sang and laughedso These are nice for bathing the shadow of death. Do Thou, 0 Good-bye for now. God bless I''
it t organand( piano to Spirit at the Starke Methodist resembling his father, to Sandy harp Into a song, that life seems good with children. Lord! show us the way that leadsto you all. .;
w ing The girls quartette church. Warren for closely resembling her Strange how tha senses forget friends and loved neighbors. At -Have been Interruped several life and PEACE. Grant that LOVE, LURA. '1 1Nortb
I sin*. The pastors meiiI Sunday evening at the 8 o'clock mother, to Mrs Annie Wainwrlght but never present. I am In the mortuary.We -- -
I I be "Why Do You Wait?" hour there will be an Installation I for being the oldest mother present The heart. Ah! the heart remembers have the body cf a dear old 1t

I r school meets at 0:45: a.E. service foV the officers of the ..((79)....._.)_,,_u.u to Mrs. Robert Warren as long. lady 92 years old. She looks so t
!:. C Mann, Jr., as rupee Wpman'a Society. The pastor's youngest mother present ((26)), -Viola Perry Wagner, peaceful in her casket-a wave .eSt
t of a staff of 80 officer sermon subject will be "Liberty to Mrs John McKinney as the I have been in Nebraska four In her silver hair. A little tiny Soutb .East .
idlers Training unions and Loyalty." mother with the largest number years now and soon will celebratemy lady .who had to die at this late . "' ,
,t ':.43 p.m. Sunday' underlion Sunday school Sunday of children present In church and fourth wedding anniversary age of cancer.: She has no children lONE
of Mrs. C. G. Priest, at 9:43: o'clock. .The public morning Is Invited to Mrs. Elizabeth Wynn for be. Ae. I look back I know that a but left a nice fortune to COMfORT .
n ing In church membership.efk to all worship services. ing the grandmother with the Divine hand guided my footstep her neices. stay in the .
lervlces held at 7:30 largest -number of grandchildren and led me to title far-off state. Here of late I have been thinking you'
each Wednesday evening present. Mrs. Pierce Crews was Here love came and thrilled life's much on what Is real successIn
e leadership of the pastor, At The TabernacleThe honored with a gift at the evening harp Into a aong. Most every life and what is greatness in "
elll8ges on "Type oft service for having driven the great minute of the four years I can anyone. It Is my conclusion that
r with Dr.week's. John series of meetings est distance to attend. very truthfully say have been I II greatness Is not determined by with the "
1&1 I invitation if extended McNeill at the The Rev Swindall announces utterly happy, filled with work who we are but by what we do.
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all to Tabernacle came to a close Sun- the No life Is wasted that Is dedicatedto ,
church to worship following services for the com I / t
R lervlces held by the First .' day right with a message from .ing-week: I per. God. It may be lonely and be \

ot Starke. Daniel shazzar"5:1-29: or "The"The Feast of Bel- Sunday, 10 a.m.: Bible school Sunday, 7 p.m..: Christian Endeavor. humble, but It Is a life with a I r!I,,
Handwritingon with classes for all purpose. It lives. It 'grow. To
I OF COD the Wall." The large oil paint- Colson, SuptSunday ages. Clyde Sunday, 8 p.m.: Evangelistic my thinking success comes to I
s. WIlliam., Pastor Ing was unveiled for this occasion, evening'' service, sermon subject: i those who have lived well and ...
A Si. Clair Sta. and as Dr. McNeill pointed outvarious 11 a.m.: Morning worship "The Shield' of Faith." I laughed often and loved much. Hot, filling humid or swelter ing...no matter what the weather, make) your \
School 10 a.m. ) phases of this bacchana- service, sermon subject: "The Wednesday, 8 p.m.: Prayer meet. To those who have gained the respect own pleasant weather with the) Dearborn evaporative'cooler! Stifling heat
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I Morning Worship 11 a.m lian feast, the Biblical narrative Upward Look. ing. of Intelligent men and pure that taps energy and robs appetite) it lone..,gone are hot, airless rooms that
nlng Service 7:30: p.m. took on a new meaning to those Sunday, 11:15: a.m.t Lord's sup-; Friday, 3:30: p.m.: Children's hour women and the love of children; bring sleepless night The Dearborn cooler: it goodlooking and smart-hand-? Ii

I Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m present. According to the :jiar- .... 1 tome in coppertcne finish. Season after season it will give quiet efficient, economical :"
rator, the picture la three-fold
service (
7:30 -
fleeting Thursday : p.m meaning: First there was revelry ., ,, n ,wr w w.. ._ i4 I;
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STAL HOLINESSI (drinking and merry making); raw..w. -.I 'ijrilu; erL. upaCa111gLNeat: OqqNOelt "

I and Temple Are. Second, the revelation ((88 the uWa INw.n/rN' u. N ..... hra1i1r.
I School 9.49 Morn prophet Daniel Interpreted the ItI..1 ,.. fee1." .. D.lln,s 1.1" ..... ''i i
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hip 11 a. m.: Evangella- handwriting)! and third retribution Thank You I _...._...._.. D.. ...... .. 8118.83 .f

eel 7:00 p. m. EveryoneJC --the swift punishment that .IIn.... .d L.sstalb MOD'L ...... ./...._ I.IM 0 a
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; ( MAY 19 19 5 0 I l BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCRATH STARKE. FLORIDA- FRIDAY, fAy 19.--1931

CAGE FOUR Atty. for Plf. I.U ft I-t fine of the Clerk. of thi .c,-.

RedgraveKennyJohn Ladies NightEnjoyed Brotherhood BanquetAn In flrralt C...-./. Bradford C...*r> on Stark.the., 12th Bradford daot Count Ju"!. 1960Pr'yin:;a'"c
1 Mrs. HostessTo .
Four Hostesses Johns d.cr.
p..o '100
WMS Meeting xln/ .
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By LionsThe Interesting brotherhood meet- 2Srtr.de1 K .JacKonT'Plaintiff vs. ag alna! y ounfes.o .01",.
Honor BrideElectAt Woman's Council H. Redgrave son of Mr. Dale Jackson; Defen.iast.Can. .
Held At ChurchThe ing for men of the First Baptist Vernon. n ties b.publleh.Adonra ? .!
1908.
and :Mrs. A. W. Redgrave ofStark. Ladle. Night at No. .. ,...... 'C. nhhlnq.o
Luncheon Lions Club Church was held there Thursday Order al .aliea/1. AaJ the return ". .....k."I>!
The Women'a Council of the Hutto Ken- FLORIDA TOlv5Ton t dayt. p
Woman's: Missionary Society and Carolyn Carl Johns' place on Kingsley of last week. "TATH OK .tAt..d rte
of the First Baptist Church met Mrs Paul Bridges Mrs. Edna Christian Church enjoyed a love ny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Lake was an outstanding event of evening Following the program the men ; : and Dale: Jackson Is tas who Morochee.HMado reeld'noe :-. $Stark Bradford. Florida: County T wtYDA hat h
educational building ly social Tuesday evening at tho S. Hutto also of Starke', were Several of 2ulla.address. VenMuela, South A. my hand
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In the church games banquetIn
Hart Mrs Charley E. Johns and Havana Johns the club year. were served a delicious Sts ka F this 'i\\''Ial "'
home of on
Tue.dayaftf'rnoon for the regular Mrs W. B. Mundy. Jr.. were lunch Street.Mrs. united In marriage Saturday afternoon bingo were enjoyed and Charles .tbe dining room of the church merical You 'are required to appear on May m business and program meeting. Center May 13 at 4:30: o'clock staged a television show Ida Darby 19 1 50. In the above n"m..dCOllrt
Shepherd' member of the June
afternoon
hostesses Saturday the .
eon The hour was opened with scripture by by Clerk of th. n.. Mrs. R. A. Thomas gave the at 12:30: o'clock In the home of reading by Miss Dorothy The ceremony was performed with the latest equipment. Colored W. M. U. Circle. seeks dlvorr.rand whereinanldicon- ford County, Florid. .,, 9ryt. i ithe
devotional using verses from Romans Mrs. Mundy honoring Miss Mamie Ordinary Cecil Conner In the lights were strung outdoors, Hostesses for this dinner were trol of minor child Bedford County Ferguson A Joplin
followed Mrs. .. Order .
Johns by by Florida
prayer in Folkston Ga Attorneys f
Mark and Psalms. The Ida Smith of Gainesville whose mar and Misses county courthouse making a beautiful. setting on the Mrs. Roy Ward Mrs. F. F Flume T In"lr no"t< Ara Moltt a song by The bride wore a dress of navy OUnryWh.ndly.ndHfV..l.l? _
Darby circle had charge of the riage to J. U Anderson Jr.? of Catherine and Elaine Colson. lake. Mrs. W. I* Anderson Mrs George Witness :
I program. Mrs. E. D. Tenly gave Starke will be an event of May crepe with navy and white ac- A chicken' supper with all the Flynn and Mrs. Edward Tenly. OFFICIALIsEALtsA JfThomas, Florriida: :leis Ikon, ,Brn.lr*, fumy.
Following the devotionals, cessories., Her shoulder corsagewas ?
talk "The Use of games served the committee A. Clerk or said Court. W, Frederick
on 28 In the Methodist
an Interesting: University trimmings was by Hcinhant
were enjoyed afte"which the hoot- of red radiance rose buds.Following .. Bradford C...tr. Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk' .
In Circuit C rt. Fly Rclnhard. Ii '
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Radio In Foreign Lands. The Church, Gainesville. In charge: J. C Hobbs, .. Florida. Cass .ndtntn
I Stark
rina In C*a.eery T. Frank lAndrum No. 701.
assisted her daughter. Miss the Mr. and I
by .
program was closed with prayer The living and dining rooms, eec ceremony. Stanley Noegel and I. O. Harris. Ada uv11! Ntwton. Plaintiff. V.. Lsac Ally fur Pit. 6-1t 4t I-I Order .( ...IIII..tI... .
Johns, served delicious Mrs. left for a wedding -, *
Dorothy Redgrave Defendant. Case No. Appesr. STATE KlIoHini '
by Mrs. H. L. Hough. where the guests assembled, were refreshments to Rev. and Mrs. trip to St. Augustine Beach and Everyone gave the committee a r o4nrdrr.Newton In Tae Circuit r..... 11...,...l ltnnn.tr. Stands Reinhard OP whom -Jiu'14!
Mrs. S. E. Sparks, president made more attractive by tasteful vote of thanks for both the qual. ml f nkllNi l :
Homer Swlndall Mrs. Harry LaPpe Marlneland. ...... STATE OK KI.OR1I TOl Van..y, plaintiff l'lt,
Franklin Aquaiihloola Slate of ,
was in charge of the business meet. arrangements of cut spring flowers Mrs. Alice Lappe Mills, Mrs. Clyde They are at home to friends in i ity and the quantity.Two [HBHO Newton, whose residence and V.. Mabel Kathryn Adams Yancey You are required tc V. .n'YI.rPPesr..:
tag and minutes of the previous potted plants with gladioli per. Colaon home candidates for District addre !I. unknown: I Defendant.NOTICE Jun. It IUO, In the. ali'vc nt.
and daughters, Miss Francis the Carpenter on Washing '
session ;were read by Mrs. W. I.. dominating' Governor were 'present and pre You are, required to above appear named on, TO APPEAR AND ORDER Court. and cause whitrriiMka plImm
Margie Underbill, Mrs. Annie ton Street June 19 1960, In the on PI'P'LICATION r111I divorce Bradford !
Andrews. The Ida Darby Circle, sented favors to the Lions and Court and'cause wherein plaintiff THE! STATE OF srraph shall publish thi\ urdeeh
Guests were greeted"at the door Douglas, Mrs. Ara Moltt, Mrs THE NAME: OF
seeks divorce a- care custody & conrol -,
Mrs. Roy Ward leader, was pre and Invited Into' the living room Wainwright and Mrs. Emily Den. Mrs A. Griffin their ladles. of minor child.Bradford CountyTelegraph AdamsDYance TO. :who.beaddressrla 'next Witness four. my weekly hand issuer and .
_ aented with tho pin for havingthe J. hall. nubllvh this order ? at flolal"'l
atarke Florida
by Mrs. Mundy and Mrs. Johns. mark. Other guest on this occasion Red thisIn1
most members present. To In next four weekly official' ouOBar.Vlhrr.nUy- notified that a (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A Th.IM...KNew .
Upon arrival Miss Smith was presented Hostess CircleMrs. included Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Witness my hand and sea of Complaint for divorce. haabeen A.i Clerk nf aid .
A committee was appointed to of at Htarke, Florida, this. May 18.1950. Bill toll i day By Haven Crosby, C. t
lovely Court
a this on D.\I.IJ
yellow \
corsage Children'Committee -filed In
Crippled Hess and Mr. and Mrs. Harry OFFICIAL B A. J. ClA
assist Mrs H. L. Hough with and white iris by the hostesses. s J. A.-GriffIn. chairman of ( Clark of said Thomaj.Ae Court.IIII' anlnHt you byou1earemlherrebynkr.uquired .- Building W. ChAd.lrk. tet. J."I't
Au.-.lIn
Plans the Doris Knight W.M.S. Circle, Belflower of Jacksonville and Mr. Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk Yanoey and FI.'I"
her work on church history asfollows Luncheon served from four to thereto at the or- Att" for Plf. y
was Jr., 8tark., Florida; appear 411-1
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: Mrs G. W Alderman< small tables, each covered with a Dental ClinicThe was hostess to the circle membersat .and Mrs W, C. Powell of Starke. A. Thomas -
L. Andrews, Mrs. H. party in her home at -
Mrs Wesley linen cut work cloth centered a lovely -
I I* Brownlce! Mrs. Paul Raymond< with a bouquet In a small crystal. local Crippled Children' Camp Blanding, on Tuesday evening
Bind Mrs. E. D. TOnlY. A meeting May 9. D'UJ. 7 t }
vase. Committee held
Us regular meet- (
of this committee was held at the After a swim the guests were <<
"Those invited to this charmIng Ing Monday evening May 8. at RETURN

home(Thursday of )Mrs.afternoon'Hough at yesterday 3 o'clock luncheon with the. hostesses Crescent Court the home of Mrs. beautifully invited to the decorated house which with was arrangements /, ..74 "1tee 'tffe

too late to be In thl.week' and Miss Smith were Mrs. Leford W. R. Morse, who was hostess. of spring flowers, fora a c
included
_ Telegraph.The Raines, Mrs. Oscar B. Sandbtorg.MI..Jean At this meeting Mr. Edward delicious covered dish supper,, Wilbur C. KingTo e E
closed Crutherd, and Miss MarIon Burns was elected chairman of the enjoyed on the lawn from tables i full4We.Iaeth.
meeting was with Alvarez, all of Gainesville;' Committee and L. M. Gaines sec
prayer by Mrs R. A. Thomas. Mrs. J. Ik Anderson Miss Janet retary. Plans were made for Ltntercd with spring flowers.
Following the f y.
supper games were 1
Anderson, Mrs. W. H. Smith hospitalization for underprivilegedpeople played. r
Cool cotton drewm &:: nan backs W. E. Mlddleton Mrs. J. R. Mra'i and for a dental clinic tobe Twenty-seven circle memberswere
S.98 & 3.98. Smart Shoppe. teen, Jr., Mrs. A. W. sponsored by local organiza .
present to enjoy this delightful ', $ .ewta w11Y aloe
Sr., Mrs. A. W. Anderson Jr.. tions.Plans. irlrt, .ey ,
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social .
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_ Mr. John Mtxon Mr. 0Mc- were made to assure leaders < kflavor.

Grlff, and Mrs. Mary Beth Smith, for girl and boy scouts. It Rev. & Mrs. Haines .7-4* .

all of Starke was announced that the Business Prices
W.C.T.U. ; Mrs. O. P. Wads- Low Coffee
and Professional Woman's Club Hosts To Seniors ANN PAGE RICH CREAMY
worth Bokar 1 lb. 69c
of Hampton and.Miss Melba ,. .
will sponsor the sale of Easter Y4y
MOTHERS THAT SMOKE AND : String-fellow? of the State Farm. Seal. in 1851. Sunday morning the Rev. and Bokar 3 Ib. 2.01

MOTHERS THAT DRINK ARE Miss Sara Benedict met with the Mrs. L. D. Haines entertained Red Circle .. 1 Ib. 68c SALAD DRESSING ,

MUCH LESS MOTHERS THAN : Kindergarten Class Committee and discussed the members of the Bradford high Red Circle 3 lb. 1.98 ,

THEY MAY THINK THEY To Have GraduationThe Whlto House Conference for underprivileged school graduating class whoare Eight O'clock 1 lb. 67c. PINTj l QUART
H.WK CHILDREN BELONGINGTO children. This discussion members of the Baptist Church Eight O'clock3 Ib. 1.95 25 C .45c "-
THEM. 'TIS TRUE BUT followed discussion with a breakfast at the Avery Inn. JAR JAR .
Happy Heart. Kindergarten was by a
WITH LITTLE OF WORTH DOTlIJI.Y of This is a regular custom Inaugu-
class of 1930, Mrs. Martha T. queatlonalrea which will be distributed Coldstream Pink .
: THEM ENDUE. rated by the Rev. and Mrs. Haines
by local civic organizations ANN PAGE PURE -
_ COPIED FROM "NATIONAL Smith, teacher will hold Its grad- on local problems and their last year Salmon I No. 2 Can 37c
VOICE" MAY 4TH 1930. uation exercises Monday, May 22, solutions. Those attending were Miss Dolores Cherry Preserves, 1 Ib. jar 29c II

1 at 8 o'clock in the U. B. O. audi The next meeting of the Committee McKnight, Miss Jo Ann Dink. The Nutley Colored
Ins, Miss Manes Dodd and..Carl OLEO Ib. 33c ANN PAGE TASTY .
torium. :will be held June 3.CARPENTER'S '.
Carter. Mrs. Florida Railroad Grape Jelly 12 oz. jar s-' 19c
Mr. and Halnea were assisted Jane Parker Potato
by Mr. and Mrs. R. A. And
CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S .-. CARPENTER'STry Green. 1 lb. can 79c ANN PAGE PREPARED

Public Utilities ,Spaghetti 2 for .. 25c IJ'Chips
Kraft Amer. Cheese
Our Delicious Sandu'ichesSIIOPPER'S. Golden WeddingsTo Commission
Slices pkg of 8 29c ANN PAGE "Tender Cooked"Pork
Home Baked Ham Special! Be ObservedDr.
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_ .' lona-Plaln or Self Rising & Beans 2 for 19c'
and Mr W. E. Mlddloton '
Real Chicken Salad He has
: SOUTHERN given you Honest, Ag
Flour 5 lb. 31c
I'' will observe the fiftieth ar.niver bag ANN PAGE SPARKLE ASSORTED
Tuna Salad sary of their marriage with gressive and Efficient '
; open regulation
w
H Green Gelatin Desserts 3 for 17c
: CHICKEN
; i house at the Woman's Club on Sat. A4P: Lima 41

Pimento Cheese 'l Mjd; "' urday. May 27, from 7 until 9.30, of Public Utilities.He Beans No. 2 can. 27c -
> l, PILAU o'clock. '
All friends are cordially
Ham Salad '1 o'"
: has done .
.1'' invited to attend. a good job.

and Olive .. Guaranteed "SuperRight" .::::
Egg SOc .. .. Mr. and Mrs H.M. McRae- wilt ,He. deserves*a,,second term.* .

Served With 1>..ta'o..Chlp";: Plain or Toasted, celebrate their golden wedding SANDWICH -:.

anniversary at their home west of: Meat t Values I

Starke on Sunday May 21. All REELECTWilbur ROLLS 1 :: l ,
Forllim. members of the family will be present
ALP Is no sure you'll enjoy "Super Eight" p
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a reunion and family din
/ S IUS O RAZOR SETSKODAKS ner, and friends are Invited to call C. King meat that every pound is sold with a
Iin the afternoon between 2 and 15c guarantee of complete satlsfastloiu. la -.d'"
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q111/jjie' 8 o'clock. He ,will appreciate your vote. plain Engll-.li, you get your money back If ""' '' "" .
you don't think ALP< meat Is good, good, ...
I BILL FOLDS Pupils of Mrs. Davis (Paid Political Adv.) Armours Star Jail"SUPERRIGHT"!

WRITINCPAPER Heard .
In Recital Treet 40c

COMPACTS, MEN'S SHAVE SETS .: Mrs..E. M. Davis presented her Armours Corned .Lean Ground Beef f .Ib. 55c
a a a e s
COMB! AND BRUSH SETS music pupils In a recital Saturday
YARDLEYS
O Beef 43c
TRAVEL CLOCKS afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Starke AT STUMP'S. r Sunnyfield Tender Smoked 4 to 7 Ib. Ave

PEN AND.PENCIL SETS .. STAG Woman's Lovely Club arrangements building. of spring .Cotton Dresses Armours Corned 1 f. Ham butt shank lb. 55cj

PERFUME ATOMIZERS '. MENNEN flowers were placed throughoutthe Hash ,35c a' .a a e e

CANASTA SETS a OLD SPICEfJ' the event.auditorium in decorating for Armours Chopped 14 TO 20 LR AVERAGE WEIGHT "1

During the program as a surprise Ham 50c Whole HAMS
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For professional and number Mrs Edward Char- .
personal service bring your bonneau., soloist sang "Beautiful Armoire Vienna 8. a ,a a a

.( doctor's to We Dreamer" and "Little Bit 'O Hon. ARMOUR STAR ALL MEAT
prescription! us. render Quick courteous ey," accompanied at the piano by Sausage 18c

and quality service at minimum prices.CARPENTER'S. Mr.The Davis itudents participating In Skinless Franks, Ib. . 53c

I this recital were Kathleen Conway,
Bill Green. Cunga Patel, Lucille LA CHOY Swift Pmrnlum 10 oc.Braunschweiger.

Green... Vida Jean Gentry Glen
McCord, Paula OllJen. Mary Lee Chicken Chop Suey 65c ea. 29c

Conway. Archie Green, Jimmie
Cole, Sharon Green Elizabeth Allen 2.79 Each Bean Sprouts 15e Quick Frozen Gr. A Cello Wrapped

The Store Where You.. See Your Prescription Filled Kelly.Barbara Francis Jean Douglas.Norman Cath-Robert 2 FOR $5.50 Veg. Chop Suey 29c Roasting Hens '(4-6 lb.), lb. 47c

ryn Kelly Lex Green: Jr.,. and Noodles Show. Mein 17c Red Perch
Fillets
Diane Gillen. lb. 33c
Batiste Gowns -
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Spring 1 Harvest of Fine Crops! 1 : FAR elU8.: 25c

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Mrs 1.. E. Minor ._, PAGE FJV1IJ
had as her gueatD and Mrs J. H. Guests of Mra
LOng Cf Gaines- Fields had as their G. W Aldermar W. J. Stock, director of the Mr. and Mra. ---
Long ) guest last last :weekend were her H. L. Brownlee and Friends will be glad to know
d and Mrs' RIchard. weekend Mr. and Mrs' George Car Mrs Cora Marshman of daughter TsUaiiasee North Florida Blood Bank, attended Mr. and Mrs J. R. Chasteen Jr.. that Thomas B, Williams, Jr., la I a
Br, Rlchy ot Jacksotfpro. ter of Providence. Mrs. R. E. and Mra. Blanche the third annual meetingof spent Sunday afternoon In St. Improving In a Gainesville hospital
IOn Tanner, Sr., of Baldwin Vandlvlerc the Florida Association of Blood Augustine
and Mrs of St. Petersburg. visiting friends. after breaking both arms HA n
W.;.W. Traetorlua of Cocoa. Banks, at Ponte Vedra last :week. Friends will be Interested to and
Mra. receiving other
I w E MiddletonIr W. 9. Wilder, Mrs. W. C. Injuries In arec..nt _
Export ahoe repairing at Smart Crocker and end.Vote hear that R. J. Davis has completed fall _
daughter
guests last Friday Shoppe Shoe Repair. Virginia, of Miami Carolyn for Doyle E. Conner his auditing assignment In Vote for Doyle l E. Conner _

Jones and Mm. Ellenth Mr. and Mrs. At W Anderson days last week here spent several a young man who will nrrte all Fernandina and la now on a new he has the ability to serve you I WHEN
visiting :Mr!
JacksonvlUe. Jr., Mrs. A. W and Mrs E. the assignment In Palatka. I well.
of Anderson Sr., and F. Miles.Vote people.IP.I.
E. Conner Miss June ) for Doyle E. ..1. A...) Tickets now on .sale for Sunnle' IPd. Pol. A4*.) YOU FEEL WELL!
r /Ml1 to Ida date Caldwell spent Friday Bradford Conner Mra. R. J. Davia, pent Jut weekend RlcliarilH "Four Seasons. Revue." Mr. and Mrs Frank Herlong of I 1.1ae.

ught honor afternoon of last week In Jack-
id. 1'.1. Ade.) ville. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yawn spent son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs O. W. White, Sr., spent of the week of Dr. and Mrs. M. B.

last weekend In Blackah uu._.__in.. _.*... Mra. L. F Smith. Jr. this week In Jacksonville visiting Herlong at Klngaley Lake.R. .-
visiting Mrs. Yawn's mother. Mrs. Friends will be glad to hear that I her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. O. Kldd of Elgin Field, Fla.,

ATTENTIONF- E. J. Crawford. Mrs. Philip Adelahelmer returned i, and Mrs. Charles Savage spent last weekend with his familyat r
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Miss Joan Carpenter spent last to her home on Water Street Tuesday Cpl. Robert L. Beam Chatham Kingsley Lake. II ;
weekend visiting friends In Day after undergoing an appendectomy Air Base, Savannah Ga., spent I
TOBACCO GROWERS tona Beach. in the North Florida Clinic the weekend here with hla parents_ I Miss Odessa Thomas of Gainesville A

Vote for Doyle F.. Conner last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Beam. will spend a month here visit. CARPENTERS DRUG STORE ;iD'

Let U8 'Write Your tin knows the farment. problem" Mr. and Mn. H. G. Davis, Jr., of Vote for Doyle E.: Conner Ing her' mother, Mrs. Mallory I"
Miss (Prt. Pol. A*..) Gainesville spent Mother's Day 'h* will keep faith with the people Thomas. 73o Store i
Fla.
Mamie Starker
Smith of Gainesville : here visiting Mm. Davis' parents, Keep him on to|>--'he will be grateful !- 1
AIL INSURANCE waa the guest last weekend of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis. --r-
and Mrs. J, L. 1"
Anderson and fam i Beautiful Il... Pol. 1d
roatumen,
danceii
and
ily.Mrs.. !sang, In "Four 8.__on* 1G vue," Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch DEN.UARK'STire Friendly Store. Visitors { '
XOW Before You. Need It C. L,. Curry left last Wednesday -I' (rSO Thur, May 25. last weekend were Mr and Mra.T. Always Welcomed.
from Jacksonville to E. Herndon and children of Valdosta Numbers and Numbers of
fly I I Bargains Are Found

Senator Charley E. Johns _. __ By VisitingThe
to .
Columbus Ohio, where she I spent Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. _
\\ry Branch of spent Mother's Day with her Tuesday in Tampa attending to Rltch and Mrs. 'V. F Ritch of
mother, Mrs. Lillian Briggs I business. Gainesville.Dedicated I Famous Home ComfortINNERSPRING

Miss Alice June Harding of Atlanta .! ---- J
INSURANCEC.
Ga., Is .
upending several days jz.
MATTRESS .
hero visiting her parents, Mr. and ;
Mra. Tom Harding. In
Double' .' 1
Mr. and Mrs. L. ,1 Allowance
., O. Hazen spent l
WALL AGENCY'PLEASE Wednesday of last week In Jacksonville or 2995 For Your; Old. t l
i Singlel f Sire
on business. I.atfftottll'Evuyone's '
.
..
Vote for Doyle. E. Conner = To Community Service .
PHONE: 146 hi* hands l are f,... to sane you. Movtea are better than ever!" Entitled to a Comfortable Bed! See U-Buy IU!

IPil. Pol. A....> M Mr. and Mrs SATURDAY. !MAY 20. ONLY
R. J. Godbold
l_ Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSiFIED_ the weekend visiting friends pent and DOUBLE... FEATURE11 I Tuesday -

relatives In Lake City' !, '" II' AndWednesday Graduation ,Suggestions From Denmark's: \ I
Mr. and Mrs. Don Patrav of

Gainesville spent the weekend here May O Cedar dusts O Desks O Students Lamps
visiting Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L.Patray's O. Hazen.parents. 23&2.IUNDER O Occasional Chairs O Bedroom Suits Rugs \

__ Charles Knight of the University dudag i
of Florida In Gainesville WILLIAM ii I
.' 66 New Hampshire red. I MOVING HAULING of spent THAYER NEW SHIPMENT
l layingV B!... any kind last weekend here visiting his ELLIOTT i OP
now Hilly Jackson parent
|1 Jackson
|-( takeUIIs all. At "lac..., Co., Ph. 165 or 49W. Tranntw U- *. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. IPUIIICIOOUCIION a iI I SOLID BIRCH
Irptiy, I ml I E. of I Knight. Platform Rockers
W. 1 18 ttP FOR RENT:: nice. hun.alnw..uni
AND
Vote for I
furnlnhfd Well altuatvd Phone.' Doyle E. Conner
1)109 aErunsnt1P. Btarke 228. give Youth Beds
All MoJ.I.. lip youth a chance.IPI. i
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raara a oar .teN.a Pol. \rf ) JUST ARRIVED!
STRAYED: Cream J.raey milk Dr. and MY 2
nrpHKHi
Mrs.
cow W.
r. E.
i. Middleton
.'1...... Murk*. ,Ph. So,.) -no brand or mark except a V last I
spent awl
em left Jaw, Reward Stark Jersey weekend visiting friends e ts SALE PRICE
Bsht red row branded EJ alry. lip In Cedar Keys KIN i

Ean hrit> animal horn l protrude looks ahead for- FOR SALE: House trailer like new. Miss Frankle Morgan of Y Wla &lITHeR Aa151owadb.JEAN 50390A 5
f and If -llvred.. E. F1Wal'o Bleep 4. Vary cheap. At Salva- ville arrived last week to Gaines-I .I I 19))
Fla. StpS-lf Hel tion' IiH.Army Camp near Key.ton lip.. month here visiting her parents 1:. 1" ,.CASEY NEOUIISCOrase ROBINSON Per Mo.

: Attractive clean Furn.d Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morgan be-
iinfurntj-h apartment. FUR .RENT: Furn. a-armre apt-S fore she resumes Plus. LalrHt New; A "Wondering
her studies
rm.
.. A at the
screened
> porch.
nom-and-heth hnuee I '"- Modern You
Would
llomtlon flo.i In. W H equipment. Mra. J. L. Simmons school of nursing at the Alachua Through Wali-ft" Short Expert Tn Pay 1
201 W Madison. tfS. 114 W. MadlHon' St.' Itp County Hospital. Mach More For Thin Nice n..... Visit Us Today See ThU"Smart" : I M'lr .

FOR SALE: Improved hybrid Paul Knight of New York And Your ('hUdYou..1 Appreciate' I
eggplant City Chap. 4 ( hoot 01 'Lurro. Line Of Beautiful I
FOR RENT walnwrlKht plants I '-farm now, old ready.' 1 .Lake road. Itp visit with his parents Mr. and lila Own. RockersDenmark

FOR RENT or WALK: 7rm. hour Mrs. D. E. Knight, and hla brother Sun. & Mon.,, May 21 &- 22
I F.A. SCOTT In Btarke' ; large fenced yard. M. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
a.kl.et.n Vorth .', B. Mllllean. 4763 Astral Ave., JacKonvllle. Hollls V. Knight. '
4tosr.
Ph.Ja '-059 It t.NG-CRosfl!. Furniture Co.
rt.itr .1 er M j Cotton maternity imae 3.98 ),
FOR SALE BullillnR lot a at !Smart' Shnppe.Guests Cofeen
on N side of new Blandingr 'hlway Gray
: 1% ml, E. of Call St, ? bridge: of Mr. and Mrs. Rob PHONE 1S1 STARKE. FLA.Hr .
-'J' HUMMING; ce any (00x200: feet.
Charles Jickferd
ALSO .
Ltnnlml wnrk. See R. H. turn farm hou.. for: I20no t-ronm each Shaller last weekend were 1
hi,, 400 8 Thompson St.4t .. has encloMid yard, good lawn;, and Mrs. Leland Atwood and francesGifforfflan
6-19 ahadftd 1 on W, Hide, near Blandlnff Lena Sauls! of Jack onvllle.] Mr'l

|,-.,t hnmtin, ojmttr Kkrll.drlvr B hlwav.of Ptarke Mrs.' C....C tags Wynn loft, 1M hand ml: Mrs. R. A. Green and INK Oft GPRds r : -= --- : --::-, --"'- -=-7=-_-=-= _":-:-..::---:; ::', -- -.;.-,--- :--:' .': -::: -_. -- -,-
r I M a'.. tart war east' .. rd. at Call lit. brklve. tf., scent. Sunday- .. In-.. riiln_____...'P.-i iii.. vl.lt.1.._i..- _
lu I: Biarkt 'N"t il'lTfI.EVII | WANTED: Man with rar for Rawlelgh Ing Mrs. Green's mother. Mrs.T. RIOIN6-HGH, 1 r.-------
bualneiiM In City of Starke. A, Harris. 1i
IB : f PHONE: 2J9! Chaa. C. haa made average Hale: of tlRO Vote for Doyle E. Conner &Ai3 SiNaS 6)fmR'A C 7UMes f
1 Rudloii, Seat. CovareParke weekly since flmt of year. Mld- a well I
man known
young In Tal-
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tf dle-afred man preferred. Write at Latest News' "Snapshot"
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once giving age.. vxperlence.' ltaw lahassee. AppreciateS
11 Iv Short Aloe latent" "Man-It of Time"KOCH'S
1'.F.n RADIO lelKh'a. TX-pt FAK-J70-JAU At- (1'''. Pol. A....)
ItHIKH.>.PHO'\OfOR. 'PHil. .. l n'lon Mr TAwa, PrO. Box 24fl7 Mrs. Q. J. McGriff and Mr lwB.
i..n.trrdl Memphln Tenn. 4tp 626Blniror
|LEe C SHEPHERD Dean spent several days this > '
Madison at*., Starke 'lfJlW: Sewing" Machn.aCash / week In Tampa attending a General . S
A Term
are available In
e.,... II.... F.mmtml.ml this nectlon/ only I through Singer Electric training class. Beginning 1 j-s
i mulpmnnt l a rB. ..lfI.! Inn Sewing., Macnlne ("0., 401. N. Mar next week they will give
S' Lake .
prir<-. Quick service. City F> Phone RAE DRUGS The MAJORITY I vote
I I. ..'_H.7 II...ii**. Day- 180. write or vlnlt. our ahnn. Our demonstrations In their atore at
8al* Service l
b 6f Hallough 1'141.' tfIL care will/ vl.II 143 Call Street.
your home ItponTequeeL tf BPS w"ta tl k
Vote for Doyle E. Conner l
YOUR TIMBER h" cannot afford to hn dl lionet you gave me May 2nd. __
NOW PIANO SPECIAL: with the people for hla future lien r
it t Cash Prices Paid ahead of him. War Is DeclaredOn M

IL Spinet' piano, looka and playa cp". Pol. A.".)
BuFlN HULK like. new-new guarantee. Party Mrs. Russell Judd had as her
(OR IN UNIT with good credit may In'make ..malldepoaltbalance guests last .weekend Mr..and Mrs. If you will give me

payment. Free reaaonablemonthly dellv J. Bryan of Palmetto. Mosquitoes And Roaches I f

WIN W. PECK ry. Will advlae where piano can Mr. and Mra. George R. Powell
I John W. Turner be. even. Writ.: of Newton N. C., arrived Sunday,. Get Guns & Ammunition at Koch'sCookKill your vote againnext

|P. 0. Box 463 afternoon to spend a 10 day vacation i

JJainesville, Fla. B. Alvarez returned last Friday 69c&$1.19 Tuesday
t a post card and I MHM Sam lIIe... Bl".. after attending a meeting of ,

|II tome see you: I' JaBTlll.v Fla. truckers, Va.In Washington and Richmond Gulf Spray ; PROVEmy

I 25c & 49c ...::i'
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Other Popular Brands appreciation by serving YOU and

PE'EPiNGTOMSPROWLERSRAIN, SPRAY GUNS . 39c to 98c
I .

BUG BOMBS 98c
YOUR INTERESTS in our legislature I :

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zltA 4cm A; I SUPPORT: e



home O Repeal of the 3%% Sales Tax-Replaced by a Sound ,
CLEARVIEW
Let protect your
DON'T DEPEND ON WINDOW SCREENS and furnishings irSm rain damage. I Tax: Program that will not reduce present State Ben- : '

4, I '
Their scientific design permits windows I efits. b:

to be left open during rainsso I O More Assistance for Old Age & Dependent Groups. r

'you may enjoy fresh air ventilation

e so often sacrificed for fear 1 Removal of Road Tax: on Fuel used in Farm Imp. le- s

of water damage. ments.

tl EXCLUSIVE fUTURES AS S:OWN 'II O Constructitve Legislative Program for Support of Ed- I

>,p r AT THE CUARVIEW EXHIBIT ucation. -

AT THE STATE FAIR OF TEXAS
Y r O More and Better Farm to Market Roads and Public /

a e w Highways. I 1e.

.nwr I
.. aa Till Gllliul.fl'' ""< and
Sound Agriculture Legislation. R
r Forestry I i
OUTSIDE VENETIAN BLINDS .I.i..1 OUISIM, I ''iEwEll: r ;;, ,,> Going On A Ii

6lASS VENETIAN WIMDOY/S/ Iran lltHO'sminci il I t,. t .1& Picnic Get; ''I": A Tourist Program That will Benefit cur County. III IIIjg w#

PlClU Isla ti-..... _1 Your Plates. Paper Cups' t I
t90lin- a.n(1N11or : -. "-' ... ., ...........r.IlIA ,: r..ausa- ''r" I
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'-'.. We Have Plastic BEACH Toys I''IIK t I _
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['tolled Cleorvlew. operate frem'th. mike: without lI"'J < "jnT"e -
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roiling and features the new"tot-Tite" handle that loch -- I DQYL E. CONNER I X I

OR Covert in ny desired l petition.] Avoiloi! in Gt/ 0.n .- .SUM f a jJNt4A -

STEEL' Anoched_ or removable ,icreen optional. DRUG STORE



ft : Phone. SLADE 121' GAS COMPANY. Starke INC., FJa. .. I K 0 C H Prescription Specialists .I Your REPRESENTATIVE Paid Pol Adv fly. rrayla for W I"o".r'R Bradford County I Ii


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BRADFORD COUNTY TZIZGRAPif: STARKZ FLORIDA WZIDAY MAT 19,116STATE

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spent Mothers Day with Mr. and and Mrs. L. F. Chapman sine family of McRae, have moved tHigh -' Ii I II -- /
Springs where Mr. Thomas I
Mrs E. J. Yarborough. Friday.Mr. .
I
FARM and Mrs. Marcus Reddish! will be trouble shooter for the
if.
and I
Mr. and Mrs. R. Cox:
He has been employee i
and their sons Dennis and Roger, R. E. A.
By Mrs Bryan Wnltfleld Mime Carolyn Bradley where returned of Hellbronn Springs; Mr.and Mrs. by R. E. A. at Keystone Heights.S .
Orlando
Sunday from they
had visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lyle Noland and their daughter,
Community J Club luncheon Cox and family since Friday of Meredith Ann, of Orlando; and GOOD st ccE'tY
Lart week's meeting of the Com- last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland and *
munity Club was preceded by a Mr. and' Mrs. M. D. Young had their son, Johnnie, of Gainesville, IltAf LUCK.
aeated luncheon In the dining room spent Mothers Day with Mr, amMrs. ..
as their guests Saturday
of club house. The tables was supper dll )
the A, C. Davis. :
and
Mrs. Peters
Mr. and Llndsey
covered with a white linen cloth their children Barbara and Glenn, Mothers Day guests of Mr amMrs. (S and centered with an arrangementof and Mrs. Lenora Ohern and her J. M. Bradley were Mr. and (r
red dahlias. There were attractive Mra. Leslie Bradley and their att.to
son.; Bobble Ray, of Avon Park, ;
place settings fey thirty-six. and their hosts, Mr. and Mrs. W. children, Johnnie and Melanie, of, f I
Immediately following the meal a E and Tommie Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Vance I ...
brief business meeting directed by of Lake Flllyaw Butler Flllyaw Geiger, Bradley Geiger, Mr. and class/ of950
Mrs. (. F. Chapman, president, Mrs. Jimmle Bradley and thel' grads x,1950
and
Mr. and Mrs. R A Wells tt
was held In the main club room. I baby, Gloria, and Mr. and Mrs eCLASS
Mias Wells of Jacksonville
Mixed garden bouquets, advantageously Mary ., OF ',0Were
were visitor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Reese Bradley and their sons GRADS
placed, lent charm and C. Wallace) Saturday night and Clinton and Jack, all of Jackson
color to this room. vllle. .
v Sunday. -.WE UKE THE
Mr. and Ma. Johnnie B. Johns Leland Sowell. V. S. N., who Is Ira Young of Lake Butler was
and their children; Richard, Patricia stationed in California, arrived the dinner guest of his parents, lW4uwI
Gary and Linda, of King.y .- during the past week to visit his Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young, at noon WAY'YOU'VEBUILT
Village, and William Yarborough parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Class, on Mothers Day. ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Chapman Supt. L. F. Chapman returned SUCH A
Yarborough and their children, returned to their home in Orlando Sunday from Colorado Springs, proud to join in
. Ann and Jimmie, ,of Gainesville, Sunday after having visited Mr. Colo.;where he attended. convention I, I GOOD RECORD.
_. of prison warden. YOU CAN'TMISS. I
iM-.,' '-=:;;E.OL:: lIT .._-.&- I : := ===!i Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell and EEPTHATGOOD this community's I
Misses and
Peggy Frances Cald-
well, attended a family dinner -f
given by Mrs. J. B. Caldwell at OLD
her home In Ocala Sunday In cel- .
ILa ebration of Mothers Day. SCHOOLSPIRIT 'Ol!'RE OUT ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers
and their children, of Live Oak, ALIVE. IN FRONT.Western .
spent Mothers Day .with Mr and :;
Dedicated To Community Service Mrs. J. E. Chambers. 1'i: ,.,.; congratulations
..... .
"Movies are better evert"Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo of f Wk JJ. t,
Summerfield and Tallahassee were ,!""fI < .
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. .....to: i. ;
I .
Chapman last weekend.For .
To the past two weeks Mrs.
L. B. McLendon of Jacksonvillehas -

Our 1950 B.H.S. Seniors! P.daughter-in-law McLendon.been visiting Mr.her and son Mrs.and R. Auto C. H. DriggersF TORODE' CHEVROLET CO.

Mr. and Mrs tf.
.- '- ; of and Gainesville Mrs. W.had 71. dinner North with Mr. Associate Store miture' Co. 1
i __ Sunday
= = ==I evening. Guidon Grill .1 I I a .. .- ,--'.


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NEW RIVERBy ..

Mrs. F.. A. Sapp
DI r REGARDS[ S !

A Long large Bridge crowd attended Christian servicesat church CEEdSj4)a j

Monday night. Everyone Is Invited BEST ,,'
to come hear Bro. Killings- 7i
f>
worth, church ,
a of God preacher, A.e'D
next Monday night. %
Class of Q The Dick Carrolls of Jacksonville ,.' '
i were visiting there parents .;;;T. .... i''
Mr. and Mra. Ira Merritt, Sunday. IVISHESL 1't'! .
... ,...: :;.l.k "'.; .
Miss Cossette Sapp of Jacksonville '/If.. 1 -j"
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was home Tuesday and Wed- i t \ -
nesday with her folks, Mr. and OF195O : .: '
CLASS
Mrs. E. A. Sapp.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody and 'x', I'' r.rwrv. h ,. J
I'd 1hVYuwwuwuatuwwmr.. son, Ralph, were Waiting Mr. and .
Mrs. Harold Shiver In Gainesville \
Sunday, I
M. T* Johns, Jr., Bobble Crews, II I ..
Miss Louise Johns and .
Jonnle ''c. '
: ..
Francis Crews attended churchIn ., ....i-', ". '.
We hope you'll float through life Lake Butler Sunday morning' ., L ,.. I t Ji'',. .v"-i.1..;, -ti

; Dinner guests of Mrs. Truba 1 r i I .' .It j.:v >'*I""' ... I WE'RE ALL
Hodges Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. ''' \'
Romey Johns of Jacksonville, and .... r-. 8. S ROOTINGFOR

with the greatest grandson Mr. and Mrs.Mike Denzil, of Floral Thomas City.and Good I luck in -..,.., ,Iti, ,. t" YOU

Bro. Snyder of the Children's ',:';.>:.. w .- i
Bible "
4.n.rt Mission Lake Butler attended .r-
church at .' You have domyourselves M
Long
Bridge Monday chosen
your .. .:i .
night. '-
of I happiness. CLASSOF'5.O \ ,.I, ."'i'f', proud so
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..' )- far..just keep it up.
LAKE GENEVA career.CnuPEnn's. ; ,
.
By Blanche Cunningham q..:. ::f ,
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eflflflsa Mrs. Ida M. Gentry returned .
home Friday from St. Petersburg
where she attended the Florida / .
Postmasters Convention She reports -

STARKE{ BUILDERS SUPPLIES Mr.having and Mrs.a nice T. M.time.Finley and .

daughter, Martha Sue, and grand- [ DRUG STORE'T1t LAWSON'S COLD STORAGE
CARL JOHNS daughter Charlene .JUmm. spent
the weekend with relatives .In
Wells' Electric .
Tallahassee.
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& MARKET
"Dad" Forsythe, who has been
"
quite ill, Is .store
somewhat improvedMr. .. .

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Best -: : -. rsras ,

\ Wishes Needs A YOU'VE DONE

Best of Luck > : : A WHALE OF A JOB

And The Best in Life satj...... .. : I

class of... wish uoiialltheluckl
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May 10 1960IffiN MAY 19 19 5 G( ;

BR\DFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARRE FLORIDA .
Alstlne, PAGE SEVEN t
Wayne Matchett, Don- throughout
( ald Cochran. C. W. Slade Irving bearers the community Pall packed their lunch baskets and, 000--.- a, .. -- ).\11'i
Young and Bobby Cochran. These Watterson were J. J.O. C Cox, K. B wen(4 on a picnic and swim at ; \
young folk with their teacher, Mrs. Hicks, Jr., McKowen, Otto Hampton Lake Saturday. These
B1 Mr. M. C. Sweeney! Ola M. Perkins, enjoyed a gala and Russell O E. McIntosh, Sr., going were Patricia Wainwright,
picnic at Camp Florida on Bed Williams Connie Harley, Mildred Sumner:,' I
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GRDfJAT18"ngratulatlons ford Lake Saturday afternoon. Moving recently to our town are Adel Starling, Gail Moore, Barbara .. :
rrToS Mr. and Mrs. Troy Norman and Crawford, and Jeanette
are extendedpwns SONG CONCERTThe children Blount. Mrs. H. C. Walnwrightand ,
Earl dnd Enrleena: from '
two graduates. Hel- Sims Singing School will: Theressa and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miss Dorothy Ross chaper- CIIEERS :'
Parker and Eugene Mead present a concert on Sunday afternoon .I McIntosh Jr., fron Starke. oned the group. i'
I
Jill receive their diplomas at 4 o'clock In the First Bap Mrs. Della Dyal arrived _
Bradford High School to- tilt Church, as the climax to their from High Springs to spend Sunday some Class ofJ990 Ii
t, at Memorial Stadium In six weeks of training. time in the home of her daughter X950j
He. J. B. Dixon, of Jacksonville' was'I Mrs. Alma Saxon. r & i
ngiatulatlons are also In orderhe guest speaker at the Christian Mr. and Mrs. Hat/ Sessions of t
Grade students Church: last Sunday Austin, 4. .
13 Eighth morning.TUROCKMORTONWELLR : Minn are spending two 14
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receive their certificates at weeks with Mrs. Sessions' mother, tops .
,,priate graduation exerclaes Mrs. Stella Collins. you're ..
The
and will enter marriage of Mrs. Winnie
uesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rahme, of A I
Wells and Charles R. Throckmor- WYI u.JMaNa uv'lk ''SJi"" LMx 'uu, ,kilAwn.
school In the fall. They are Miami, arrived Tuesday for a visit nl. w nwtl: 4WrwwMtllrUl
.,Belle Rhoden Carolyn Dur- ton was solemnized last Saturday ,here with relatives. I!
Gladys Bundy, Marcelena Pre- evening at 8 o'clock) In the John I Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Carletonand 1 1i
Leaston! For- Blackman home, with the !
Eiland. Rev. Mrs. Guasle
Fneda Neubern of Cocoa, .
Hall, Lkrry.> Van F. S. Dodd officiating.
Bobby Joe have been guests of Mrs. Earl i
,. u MUNBON RITES Van Alatine: On Tuesday May 9. lI l-
Funeral services little Brenda Dean Whidden, one w Inl3lm1'um (! I r
for
Edward
I Munson, 55, husband S. year old daughter of Mr and Mrs /-a'J I
of Dora AND :
ARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION GOODLUCK
; Munson, .were held at 3 p.m. Mon birthday Fred Whidden, was honored on her > HQX31S: US9 j .
day In the anniversary with gifts
Baptist Church, with ,
the pastor, Rev. Robert and a. refreshment party en the 'l Gray Jr.,
spacious lawn of her home. Snap- tnasALVAREZ:
PHARMACISTSSTHEMINIT officiating.7 o'clock Saturday Mr. Munson died at shots of the honoree and her ALL //.ii

hospital In morning In a guests were taken to send to her .M)1I) t
Folkston
.
' Ga., where father, who Is WIL' h,1
away at sea on
he had been '"
confined
for ten
" days. '
, The Merchant Marine duty. Brenda THE WAY. II
Munsona
moved to Hampton Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Ws JJ awl /4. :
eight months
from New '
ago York
Mrs. I j
Earl Van
Alstlne.
state, and had made many friends 14 iris 03 *hfCunthia
Mothers Day guests Included 41alCS
f Mr.and Mrs. Archie Eiland, Homo { ,.
FREE .I! aassa, Mrs Kate Minton, Lake ... i {
Butler, Thomas Wadsworth, Bun- i I
For Prompt FREE Removalof nell, Mrs. Aileen Call, Graham,
e
Dead Mrs. Frank Hicks, Jacksonville. .
Crippled &Worthless ,
.
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e
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home and
Cattle. Horses Mules, family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard :
& Hoes May were Sunday dinner guestsof H. C. WALL

Call 132 the Robert Barksdales In Starke.LAWTEY s ;
StarkeWE
SERVICE STORE Co 7eoe I
ALWAYS COME I
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PHONEay I''
Florida Renderers, Est. 1891 AGENCY.011 Schmitt
64 Night INC.
L. II. Futch Bradford o


Baccalaureate Baccalaureate Service services for Law- Hardware Co. I i I tlt

tey junior high school's graduating :
ninth grade were conducted lithe I 111t2 ,
school ''auditorium Sunday _
HITStay
GRADUATION
morning at 11 o'clock. The Rev. a
A. E. Massey, Pastor of the Faith '

Baptist church of Lawtey, deliv- : / 1' :
ered the principal/ address, using A X /u.eTV'
as his theme "Study To Show r A N I
:. Thyself Approved." The Rev.-Winter "
Glddlngs made the Invocationand CROW ""A i, '
the Rev. Guy V. Lee gave the .Ai\\\ P41 I
benediction. The seventh and ,i
eighth grade girls' chorus, under: \ ,\: "
direction of Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr., <11950

ably presented several selections,, # /i !
accompanied at the piano by Miss .
Mary Julia Futch. '
I

t Play Ground Lights class of/950l04'srtld.
Electric flood lights have been
Installed on the local school playground ,, ,, "
.
for night soft ball game r ,
and other activities, principal A. .
A. Cook announced this week. -t. In there swinging '';' W...
'
Mr. and Mrs J.. B. Dye of Kings- "di. a4sapplaIi9 I. i

Blanchard ley Lake were Saturday.guests. of '\. M. "4. with the same zip TTS1IS' !: I IICOrIl'a'' UMO) .i

Mrs. T. J.Terry and Miss Bessie
S3S& Terry had the following guests on / s- you've shown In'lie ID1Jl1\Q( mQw( ;
Mothers Day: Mrs. C. E. Strick
land, Miss Betty Strickland Mr dl. t.dC114 .
and Mrs. Marshall Strickland and past Qii1 .!Jm. 1
It daesn't take daughter, all of Gainesville, and /
F"
Mr. and Mrs. G. W Durham of yearseez"l' II \
wonts to Striven, Ga. > 11IM h"" I '.r f ,
.M'! in say Miss Mattle Harley of Jackson- .+'"; ., allll.", '' >>, : '! ::"J ,I
,, ,
ville sent Sunday here with her: ,,.;' "
"Snceess ti parCLASS parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Har }were with __ _.. .r.... ..S.as "-, ,
.s.aS..S ""or, j I ley.Mr. M
,
OF 1050 and Mrs. W. H. Jones and I
children of St. Augustine were ''i
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs I

RK Ba iKwamHKiMaaggBi&AS61950' '''_ _''''_'_'''''''''''''_'_'_'_'IO'A''II1'uIImmIIJII! L. H. Hill.James Phillips. of Macon. Ga., e'_ E p GEM JEWERY10WE6BEETYOII 1

spent Sunday here with his parents .

Mr. and Mrs O. J. Phillips. Farm Home & ........ ".11.... w..... ......;... I Ilq9
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr.. ,
e emit oev e. Paul Dinkins were Mr and Mrs. Insurance E. Call St' d

W. M. Pope and Mr. and Mrs Auto SupplyCongratulations ,
Horace Cox, all of Jacksonville. ,
Mr. and.Mrs. Walter MaWs and ,
of Jacksonville, mGIIDIIItIJCDCD JII" ." '_ .
son spent Sunday '-'- ''''''' ,,
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .
Prevatt, Sr. !
The eighth grade of Lawtey I :
I I.,. .,
junior high school entertained the
ninth grade Thursday evening of I.
last week with a party at the AND I
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill, J
Miss Mary Julia Futch and Ben- :, ,
ton Futch attended a welnv roastin Good Luck

Highland Wednesday night of 't''
last week. .
YOU'VE Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs.
Joyce Futch spent Saturday In ,
TPPETHE Jacksonville. "
5 Miss Linda Carter of Jacksonvillewas ... -'

-ar' visiting her parents Mr. and .
SCALES/ Mrs. C. F. Carter, here Sunday
I
Joe Brown of Wesconette was a '

business, visitor to Lawtey Tuesday 50 OfiflDS$ I

4-H Club Party I
Members of the Lawtey. 4-H Club

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... And you'll always CO I/O NIAlFLORIST May It hold nothing but CotdUlly; and with .It 1M 'rLiu


"" .. 1lec.rlty I .. ..r Cu.iedwe
a THE good for you.W1NKLER .
carry lot of TQ... (

....nd our I.tCUADRATULATIOnSI

weight in ourestimation. FLOWERSFOR B. H. S. Graduates ..


ALL OCCASIONS.. Class Of 1950! [ !

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FLOWERS POTTED PLANTS WIREDANYWHERE Mr. And Mrs. ELECTRIC SERVICE \ Koch Drug Story \ t ws


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MAY19 1950TAGE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARTLE, FLORIDA FB.O.,\',Jill.
'
EIGHT -- =-
t South, flan e *}' Bant. (
.I II .. I In delivered to you herewith on or the 8KH: of the NWH of "al : hand and the seal of MEAL) By H
deeorlbed by. Itn.e. my Wm.
la Tk. fln-Mlt Kl klh Jodl.rlml land hereinafter before June 1', A D. 1960. lion 14, Townehlp ( South. of Btarke Florida, thla 11. reee llorph''
Sunny Blchards presents her' York ln-nlt.. la : : Fee neaUnrd''I: through under or icalnnt O. M SI East beln. aliio described Town"ship I Court tltf Add : lij '
In Tour SeaaonaHevue" You are required to appear on 1 I ('..Mty. Florida la Cha.eerr IV*. WllllamM. Mr., deceaaed. I Herein. fall. not or deiffe pro con. Kent M4 feet. of the South .day of May, A. O. Circuit 1960. Court tai, Jllck.onVIII, "
pupil th..t'a Clerk
dancing Jun. It 150 In the above named You are hereby notified l feRRO will be entered against of the NWWi of flection [/. THOMAS' ylorltlli
, :Starke USO Thurs., May C'ourt dareraeuBradfordeCounty Televraph '''' flay.Oalf Life lMM.r.... C.....*,.. I cult haH. been filed iMralnnt. you Nell and for the relief. prayed In the bill ofI I -m... I
25. eeeke .h this Order In- r...<.,.ra>.loi>. P.......". T. O. M. .1 0 WllllamM M.: : ,I rn'lttrvt.'Wlt June. [ complaint.The nature of Bald. milt .Inor. for ( Ifir
,
\; next four weedy Unite II. Jr. et air UNradCNIR. ax Admlnlmrator of the Estate of foreclosure on the following d**' -
. ,. Clrealt <'...r'. llrilror. Coiiatr Witness my hand and off trial' Real I MOTItR OF Stir LrnHMed.Wllllama Sr. deoeaned. tandbev..ntltled uprllied property:
'. Florida i In t'haar.ry.hdlmins May Ie. 1960.OFFICIAL >> TOLrfilla Htatea of America. In 24, Tuwn
Wll- at Ntarke Florida thin THB SWVt. of the NIB Becdon 'tfRETURN'
Tayli.i' .. Ma. Wlltlami Hammock "" and you arehereby
1 J Th ma" and l' and
Defendant, Cv.. .e No. ( NEAL) A. required.. to atirv" upon plain.litre ship 6 Houth Ilana-e S3 Kimt
;Jrln.: Taylor A* Clerk of paid Court. K J, Hammock her hunliand. Haute' whoN. name and" address < the Kant 14 acres. of the fill of the
7 Notlre T.WIIh.Imine ny Haven Crosby, D put U, Perry .. A mil
of rabll..Ilea t ::; ; : h.r.on your written
>* .' OK ..." TOl Hay N.lden, 8lden: Bid*. Daytona. helre. devlfmeii irranteae, KimlKna dcfemie appear, If any, to the bill of c ..mplulnt Township ( Routft, KaiiK tt Kui>t. .
hose ., oredltora. t.u..t. and olh'rclalmante of the SU, of the
Tnylor, reeidenna Hcach Florida, 1J lienora In the In paid cult, a ropy o( which. the Kant. 14 aeree "
{t -
!. Whlteelonn l.onor Inland New Ally for Plf, -! I claiming Intereela __ --.


J 1 1I POM INOIPINDENCI TO THESTATE

i TOMORROW

.4. R. R J.P.ROBERTS. E


F I INDEPENDENCE DRIVE ., .. 3 LEGISLATOI T

o { n 5

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) FRIUAY A SATURDAY. MAY 19Jt 20 U. S. SAVINGS BONDS b j' .

DOUBLE FEATURE yet
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APE' MANWITH -OUR 'IN40
BKI.A: LUQOSI A
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AND .f' ..
BELOW THE BORDER ,.:'1\ = I/iO: 'I
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WITH DUCK JONES TIM McCOY ,,' .: ,..C, : ;;,; ::t.- Honest 9 Capable Experienced Courteous Succenf ,
ALSO SERIALSUNDAY oq; n
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;4 .... .' :;..., Bradford -than
l\l\ ;>NDAY. TUESDAY, MAY %1.12, 23 JlI;I ".- 1". 1 lit (J) "1' County needs now more ever an experiencedin n
: 4ceSAVING :' '
.... '<& BROUGHT TO GLOWING LIFER] ";Jli'1 .r.r"i"I.;"Yi'::r., (_:;; O.:S:! I the legislature... The problems which; will Confront' the I '

I worltTa '., .. '' ture the next two require the services of
The best-loved&lory.nowi ,,' years a man of mat
Wall DUney greale t; .
\\) ngk.35 since "Snow White"! and sound judgement a man of experience.


'e WALT BRADFORD COUNTY'S QUOTA J. ROBERTS has worked with the members of the legislat

DISNEY'S and has their respect and confidence. In' these critical times

.IS $12000We ; need bur capable, experienced and able J. P. ROBERTS as

,representative. ,He will serve every section of our county to

Have From Now Until July 4th' To Reach This Quota And best interests of all its people.. '

Put Bradford County Over The 'Top In The Independence Bond .>

Drive. .Be Sure To Do Your Part. Buy A Bond.Today. .Why He is a married:! man and head of family,.. successful bus;

U Not Enroll In The Bond-A-Month Plan? man a tax payer, and property owner. He is an able and t trus

Y /. Color by '\ member of the legislature. The people of Bradford Co

TECHNICOLOR To FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT you must save regularly should re-elect this taxpayer, to the legislature.This .

_k,tut uax ncnMt MC, and what could be a better,safer.way.to save than buying U.S. Savings

ALSO SHORT AND NEWS Bonds every month? For every $3 you Invest today you get $I back at ilt no time to swap experience for inexperience nor to swap

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY MAY %t" 25 the end of ten years. Your search is over-come in and purchase your ture Judgement. for immature judgement.

DOUBLE FEATURE UJS. Savings Bonds regularly at this bank.

GANGS OF NEW YORK -

WITH CII\RLES BICKFORD d ANN DVORAK Let's Re-elect Able Mature
Experienced Tax
AND FLORIDA BANK AT STARKEMEMBER pa;

NORTH OF THE KLONDIKE I Jai P. ROBERTS
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Our Representative.
WITH ANDY DEVINK S LON CIIANNEY
PLUS SHORT SUBJECTS MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP
(Po). Adv Paid for br Friends of 1.1.' p Roftort.)
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Elect Doyle f. Conner s -


First Termer. .

-YOUR NEXT STATE REPRESENTATIVE' ,

Doyle Conner cannot afford to be dishonest with the people of Bradford .

J! ... --.. .. .... -.- -. ... .... ... ..... County. His future lies ahead of,him.
"
Conner is beginning. : a career. He has been successful in all of his undertakings .

: Storke Fl*. thus far: He will be successful-' .In,Tallahassee.- True t to
.
... .
May 15, 1950 his tralning'h: the church and the home he is naturally honest asi

To TIle Old People Of Bradford Oounty r:,'-. j\. bRrhyn I, 1. beginning legislator; he must be honest with the" people of the county.

:;i'!" '1 He will,face us again when his future success will be determined by

:Drr IMeadsl iIn ,.\\It",t.... ', ,I t 10 how well he has fulfilled. his.trust to. us. Conner will,be true to hit
.
trust to the people. *
: talkllllC with some of you during my campaign t have found that the aged of '
r-,
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t- ..
.1 r4 i'"i. I ,;

the County have torn told that If I'm elected your State Repcctwutatlve you will '". .., ? '0'
... :
be left& to .t........ Let me nay. that I have. parent and grandparent whom I love m a .i Bradford County Needs )'-, .'
: ,}( .Wan \ rand

to whom I owe'all that I am. They are old and their age l. aomethlnr In ,'' ..
.. k :.j experienced man In" the legislature.. "We agree that.' the people of1p'

them that I love. Bach aged face that I see reminds. me of my reaponiilblHty to the county need experience and we Invite' the people. of the county t isrf

them and toll) those who are old. lt nw> make thin pledge to you "If I go to 'T[ :: s analyze Conner's experience. His experience has been varied and rich
"
'
.x in the type of activities required of people
:, a good legislator. Some
s,+ Tallaliamiee as your KepreaentalKe, I will da everything In my power to see that "
accumulate years while others accumulate years of experience in a i

you are pro*l
dependent.' And anything I do to provide you that amlatance will be Intentional. (r;' Jrr perience which matures one early.. ...,., Cb C
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tt I
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Every!: old portion In Bradford County has been A father or mother to us of ayonnwr X12 Ya.l"a51ai r' ,
y" .....1,<.\ '
These Are '/
Critical Times. '
generation. You have paid the taxe neeeaaary to educate us. You a r .
x : "
-
have showed u.* that'ou.re Interested In uiu We cant stand 'still [in this country. Which way shall, we go? It Is I

.
. time.When law:. makers must understand what are the Issues behind
lain aaklng. you now to gUe me" a chance to prove loa you that I appreciate whatk u'+. each
'. b W .proposed law., Nothing in a legislator Is a substitute Mr ability.

you have done for --. I cant pan a bill alone to help you but I can vote for d t'r ; We are sure that Conner has the.ability to"Understand'the Issues and

; the courage to st'-d for legislation that ;
thonn whlth come before the house and If better Irgtalatlon' la needed. to guarantee & $ :"" ". will keep America, .. American

you the help you need and d<>.erve. I will sponsor ouch leglaUtloit. t"

Conner "
Is
Outstanding -f
.
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Lrt roe urge' you to go to the. pone. next Tuemlay. and give a ;young man a chance ','* "' : I
"/ '$ f'"
The Junior "...
Chamber -
to prove that your ROM and grand-tons ..have not forgotten you. -of Commerce has recently chosen 5 young men
whom they considered the 5
outstanding the
young men of Florida for
Very ataeerely.tf year 1949. Among them
were the man voted the most valuable. first

". C"I.., fJ t ermer I.Tallahassee and Doyle Conner: The most Valuable first t
.)o c:... Conner WA t 8a you Weaf /a IIl.llsltlltl" ,termer was
,1. H.._', .. s.arM/r! ayoung legislator serving: his first term la 19.j9 also.
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M4rwtiiM4fn I .
T. H..lll.r.-<_.-.U.T te .e.era .... .t ..._

(hr. Ad... PaId for by .1..01. 0-' Doyle .1. Conner)

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--- BRADFORD COPNTT TELECBAPH. MAY 19 1950

of Starke to Mr. and Mra. STARKE. FLORIDA .
Transfer -
Joaeph, and be
and H. Arnold 6f Starke. Lot 3 above specified heard at the time and place In next, four weekly. Issues. PAOli! NINE
o(, NE'4 I
recorded In the Board of Witness my hand and official seal Of SB4 Ex Se All.7 U It
Recent deeda I block 2 of City Park. W and C'l Bradford County County.Commissioner1 of at Stark*. Florida I this April 36.OFFICIAl. W .OT 1-' ft of W% oC H. H. "ott I.U 9H, of 8E4: of-8W(4 W
.uo
Lrthotwe were: addition to By MO. Florida. NBt&El$1.3ft.. of Rd 800 Ex: I A In
Starke In aeo. 23 twp. sis n siaFlorldal' iUrrell Chairman ( SEAL A. I. Thomas 8R
Cor .
of A Ex
L. Henderof E'4 t Lot
I MM, Charles 6 S .. A. Clerk of said Of NW'4! U T It U
Court.
and H.
22 B. Stokes 100
range E. U 8 In
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Mr ..n NB Cor
.. By Haven Crosby D. C. E.,. of Nil:" of ) 81 I ]S 17 8. B.
Bradford County to It. A. Clrruiu* ('..... NE'4 11 5 11 10 W. T. Brann.. Simmon .t at 111."4
B..f.
n ... CeaatT.: Ih Frank Landrum. Btarke ; NW\4\ of .n !N .....
NW\4 1-0
( \ U 8W
.of Starke. Track of landLe Raymond aajrerr. for Fit 4-l 4>t SW" 11. 11 to W. T. Br.nn.n 1.11 % .r NICI4 .f 'E4 a W,. .;1 .IC% .f.q
NOTICE: king Of
D OP PROCKKDINOSPOM Plaintiff, TS. Na* aw" It I 11 U .1s S 11 .
block of N. :3.flea oml W. E
of .
THH KingDefendant Bapp. 01$
NE: COt LOS1'V OK A ROAD. TO Orilrr Of Cas* No: TRiO. 1:11: CIRCUIT "'OIftl', Btil> ai'I'I All N'4 oC aw'4 8 of Lot 1 of Bile II

addition to Starke. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ..*...,. SlATE Pait.ati.OF B A.d Ntl. T. OOI'MTY." FLORIDA. 8N "' : lITanch A. 0B '4 of Lot 8 of Blk 18 Marl Duk. 429,
TKRY.
Mr. and Mrs. M. 1. Watteraon of Board Ton of will County taka notice* that the Naomi Wallace Klnic. "" hose residence FLORIDA I. Tot 73S Everett R' Etirney. Jr.. NEt SW\4\ n I 11 I W. E. 8app Lot S of Blk 81 Jams. W. Kali 4.1*

County to Mamie Mead Bradford. County. Commlaaloner Florida of/ You are Street Philadelphia. Pa. Mason Mllhous* Durn..". Defendant. or NE" If I 11 .0 W. B. hpL' 1595 Lot 1, 8, of Blk S4 Ed Stone 4.81

adford Lota 13. 14 15 and petition of a qualified land upon the June S, 19SO.required In to appear on Case No. 7865.ORTOER I NW\4\ 01 NWI4 II I 11 U n.1I Lot 4 of Blk 24 ... Lonnl Flower *SS
/ Hampton Will. at 11:00 A. M. o'clock owner, Court and the above named OF PUHLIOATION '" 01 NW\4\ or W. E. Sapp' n.4s" \) Mabel Bryant t.8JGa..a. :
cause NEtS
of block '1 in the town of Hamp. office 5th Any of June AP 1950 on at the It. peeks divorce Bradford, wherein,' plaintiff AND NOTICE TO APPEAR j1e; I A In N\V Cot'. .'. 8.0' 11. U

In In eec 30' twP' 7 Sti Stark,In Bradford the County County Courthouse In I next egraph four shall publish thla County Order Tel.In Mllhotise STATE Burney.OF FLORIDA whoa to residence: Mason W"Church'" of NW" or NW'4 I S It n Ouu''. (larr'"on' II." Lot 7 or Rrk 1

rU"1 consider and determine Florida, weekly Issues. I.: Unknown. 1t in Cor of 1 S 11 U Robt. Vand..r 1S.40. Lot 8 of Rut t A. H. l'TnIbay- S.2TS

> E. i not the County will whether or Witness my hand and official seal You are required to on ls ': N of NEI4 I" Lot S of Blk I Aaron 11011." .2T
A. M. &aaI of don, vacate, ahan. at Htarke Florida May IS 1I0ap.m Rd 0 tt I Julia Lot a of n... Nols Harden S.3TdT
[ and Mrs. discontinue and this May a. U1I9. 1960 In the SW" of NEt. Fryer I 12 Blk I
Mr. close, (OFFICIAL, It 1 It j 3. oros.vviiilam ?
to Nelle H.'NoU- hereinafter described the NEAL) A J. Thomas Court and cause, herein plaintiff 5 A In lOW f'or tor NWgof .. J. A. Oraves 11.$ Lot 10 of Ilik 8
adford County I that certain County portion of As Cleric of said Court. seeks divorce Bradford County M"'Va a At 14 of Rlk I Wesley I.IT

,n of Bradford County. N% 'o' Clayno Road. and whether Road known a. Atty.By Haven for Pit.ro..by. Deputy Clerk Teleraph shall publish this Order NW'4' Ra I SW0 A In NIiJ C"lmAatnr ('or of 1t'lk 8t.pbet% Dl... SIT

of the NE quarter of: rl..foaniYrl will renounce and or din not 6-4 U 134 In next four weekly Issuea. 'or. School lit Ba: I A. R 1 n A run I''
WH H
e of the : In Witness n., hand and official tn MOno Cam"an.lla 40 ft for pt of beg
flrralt .. seal
of aec. 31 ,. public. in County and. .... then* run K t'i
quarter twp.S and Bradrord Csw at Starke. .5ntvu: tof 80 ft '
3\V to
e tares' .hA..,.. any L land_ or In. Klorldnt In t.aIl18. k...---- r. ...n Florida this April 211, '.". I.L _.ion....IiIW" I"_ C it SI It CamanAlE .. aSs. 50 ft WIO, ft N SO ft \
Uu .
22 E., -- ---- i range acquired for road Ic. uunt..pi..intlrr.: .. ** T ttNH 84 T. Luc.-; .. to .
or hiRhway* 2'4AfS'"o' *. Pt a-
pulposea., Louise va Julia (OFFICIAL SEAL ? ':' .. 1 1 II I tot..b. II EllA U
nil In and Uunter ) A. 3, Thomas On nil' mller..11Da.
,
*
1 Mrs. Paul R Harper the followInK' : to Defendant. Cas No. AM WH swlr ,descr I '2.11 1
portion 1881.
Mr and Road of said Clay 1 As Clerk of said Court atfll ; of *" Bk 52
no
1 tu In Bradford Order Of By Haven Crosby. D. C. SlVSr rf Pge 109 as S aa Ilorac Catbert
DdUgherty) County. Ga.; Coun. Puhlleatlontad SO 4.53
of ty.. Florida to-wltl I Apnenrl NrArK IV.".. T* E K. Perryman Starke, Fla. 30 7 tt Tt 3. 1'1':1 ft Jt: A W by
OK KLIIRIIIA NIcLI( 0' CampanellaJ4 't.1 M In NF!
Canal Timber Corporation of All that Julia Louisa TO. Atty. for Pit. t.U' 1.11 IIE'4 Ex 10. A
i part of the 4t Cor of
Uunter WHnf
rlKht-nf. whose real- III NI'l' ("or. NEK of
fon County. Fla. Lota 84 and way of aald Clayno Road lying dence Is Oeors/etown. South Carolina IN! of NW4 of Sit I It N. CampanelU 1009a MWU Of HWU II. I'
between : nwrriT ( NWII, 1
IT the South line of the You are required to lOIN'S' BRADFORD Lola 5, 6 7 T 11 14 S. CampanallaSOO ,*9 S S A of EU of NE14* W. V. Henderson SIT
I Woodlawn! aec. twp. 0j NHJW of June t appear on COUNTY. 21. 13 --
FLORIOAI
in Section 1950. IV CHAM- of *
13 of
.m the 's BWH '
Township above 21'. Ii SWU
: II.
.
7 7 named twnr.Minnie 4.1 41: st
8 Ran Court A. .
22 E. *;* to E and oauxti, NW\4 or .1! ? Randolph 4 55
j range and Clayno therein plaintiff 42, 41. 4< 4.. 4* 50 nl94 fit tllI4! S 12
Station aeeka Ruth )(. J.
the HornsbyII
divorce
:
line of Bradford Hudnall, Plaintiff NRI4OfNR 14 15 53
said rlsrhtofway County Tel va si. n. 51. M. mf. ByNlIft
ifr. and Mrs. Woodrow W. Hickaf of paid portion of Clay- egraph shall publish, this Order in Con D Hudnall, Defendant, Cas 57. lii 10 $1, if,1 AR. SC NW'4 of I'VE4 of .
f Brunswick Ga., to Mamie Mead no Road being: alao described next four weekly Issues No. 7874 \\ onrifawnof ; n. 10 fEH Ex': Sit ft Sq
a.: I '
BegInning at the aw I Wltnesa my hand and ORDER OF W'4 "I SSK K L. Rhoden Cor of : ..
official PUF-LIOATION NR NEH
Cor of
J Hampton. Lots 1, 2. 3 and 4. of the NBW\ of the NWV4 of i at mark. Florida, this May i, 1 seal>50. AND NOTICE': TO APPEAR 1.ots so, U WoolIl"wn 8EM I It I I sa 10 H. .F.>. Wlnt T..4 of ; of NEt' Ba tN 'I

I block 7 In the town of Hampton Ranpje Section 18. saId Township and OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas STATE' QF FLORIDA to: Con D. Lot 80, Wondlnwn 11 SSSS 88S III U I.. RhAden I 09 W F" of N4 of '
.
thence meandering( ; northerly As Clerk of said Court. H. Eddie.
7 8 By .
(sec. 30 twp. range 22 E. along; said esIetInf road John Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Kentucky.You 54 W of Rd. II I'i' VW'H Nm'4 Of Hartmann )A

M.'Xhman rlcht-of-way through Section J. Henderson, Ksq. 4829 ('01. are required to appear on Lot 87. In Woodlawn ITU. $Shear 1.11 IT. atta II 3'
Vonda of Leon II. said onial 11 J 88SS 10 r. Keller. .
( Avc Com Act.ft
ra Township and I : Jacksonville, Florida. May 19, 1950 In the above named N 814 ft nf r.ot S4 *. Florence W. Laputks 404 WWHCO? '
and through' the ... tIn.i Atty. for Plf. Court and of : .
unty. Fla, to Mr. and Mra. SWJ4; of J-5 St *-* seeks cause, wherein plaintiff .II Lot S3 W of It? run w *
divorce.
SWW of Bradford Woodlawn. 1tGftN1G5 '
Section County -
jrl Strickland of Starke. The lylnej: 8 of Seaboard Air Line I !. rlrevlt C..... Bradford Cea ... Telegraph' shall' Publish: thIs Order Lots 5. e. 1, 8. t, to, |l. U 4 Arch. D. McCartney U,"7 ft 02 m f, N ... ft .. .
.
Railroad ; FlvrMaii to
.a C..... In next four h..lt.
of the SB rlo-ht-of-wlay said .,. weekly, Issuea 18r 81, 14. S IS I
of
quarter I. In J. f
; quarter Township Thelma Com Keller. Act.I .
Iren Witness of ....
and
Ran It... to said Frenyea Plaintiff .... my hand and official seal Woodlawn Vi.'iT0' Sr1
35. twp. 6 S. range 22 B.Kr Clayno Station on Raid Seaboard Richard Joseph Frenyea, Defendant. at Starke Florida, this S7th of Lot'. 5- *T. 15 S saaa 110 ,U U Rhoden S..80SO of rUn a I0* .. I
.
Theodore Air Line Railroad. Case No. 7UO. April 1950. 19. l"'I' Od'Zwl.' : ** w. RIO ft for pt of -
Mra R. 18
: and Young Persons Order Of IubIiea4ie OFFICIAL SEAT ( 49 C. L. John .11St' beg th.nc run W
Interested Asjd A J. Thomas, Lola I. I. a. SIO
may appear a.Richard BTATM- ow .-.r... .VK... ..._N.tlee. T. a. ......' .. ft' "--..'oO "' _U". ... 17. is. ... Wil ft'Ill t-V t 4. 8 11! loll ftBllOf* .
fHIUA TOl ---
NOTICE Joseph Frenyea whose By Haven Crosby D C.: Vail Lois, '19, *4O t 11111 It to"ber"v ft S aa J. .
I. Tupper Lake, New York resldenc John AJ Henderson, sa Colo 4!. 5*. 54 In Wood.. WIo(, of Nf VA $ !:* of P." Ksller. .Ago.. Is.4* '
71 Demara flied ; lff.q."I. nR4 ICe '
..
:
that Blvd : .. la..n' ft ?
Gtic5 i I. h..r..by .Iv.n tie followln darlb..d, land. You are required Atty: for Pit. 4-88 Lots 82 t* I sa US L. f.. Rhodes ...n W tit S aaaa I Victor Thorgae. at at 77(IOrlgleal
will b. to 4t S-19 24. In Wood. .
the 'rd sold appear
publiC "ctloll on day or Jun. 1550. at 11 June S. It&t!. on 11""/wVtt\VHe\ ,
o'clock
In -
lawn
y Hall In Stark.* Fla.. ,to pay the amount due for noon, at the Court and the above named IN CIRCl'ST ( 1* 1 II 10 L. L. Rhodsn .... of NF'A: v9vi .
Uft tax. cause C'OiTRT BflADFOIID Lots II. 3?. 10 II vl" S
wherein 34
.
h..ln .
.ppOie to the name. ogeth.r with all coats ot seeks divorce plaintiff" COUNTY.: Com at : : ...... Stunted ....
.uoh FLORIDA nf
sale and adverti.- Bradford County Tel 1 N. CUAN. 85, IH, 87, 8S. NH. of BWH"of \,
egcaph shall publish this Order CBRY. nf Lot 19. *. all Lot NW% run 1

rlstle. ".' T. M.lalssl next four weekly Issues. .In JameS. Cunningham Plaintiff v*. 40, 41. 44 45. 44 51. 12.' "it'II. lOt It 10 ISO tt II 100 ,
Owsr ft W
Witness my hand Agnes Theresa Cunningham Dfndant 5 100 ft N at \
$5,511. Towm *f .torke) Taxes at and official seal Case 7 41, $3. In S aa 1:1. W. Bmltli I
No. 111 '
i of Blk 27 Ex., K.o Bill Htsrke Florida, this May 3. I960 U" Wood lawn IT S IS .IOS L. r. flho.hn ...
ORDER T .
CarantaaaJ. (OFFICIAL (
| Ft at < sa iou REAL) A. J. Thomas, OF PUBLICATION Lot 12, 11, 41, 4t, 49. 414 Hark* M C IS
.. Aa Clerk AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 50 51, II, M
84
':iI. of said Court. 15, r"t. I *. ,
7 of
Slerke, Mertle-si Tlv Haven Crosby Deputy STATE OF FLORIDA to: Agnes B 1,1: Ilk IS )11''.. W.
T..V..hali
18
leens Clerk.
Lots 'UI.
John J. Theresa Cunnlnaham :71.l0.Of'ot'h. : 1.3 of mic u K:. 01 '
Henderson. who*. resi 14 \ : ,
1 In
.. 105 Ft S of NB Bag 4R2! Col the W (5
dance ft.
( of SEV or NEW\ :r onlal Av*.. Jacksonville. Florida I.: 8514 Avenue P. Brooklyn, Woodlawn II I II Ill r., L. One lot Carl Hitch
or Atty. for Plf. New York. W. Rhoel..n 44.an Com II ft I In 77 i(
S. :: H. nf Lit 19 A EH of
IOS
lin, W 110Ft. 5-8 4t S-M You are El of NW ('nrofi.ot I ,
t E 110 Ft. N 105 Ft. 1 !. required to appeal on Lots 0'4t III A NH Hlk SO "
May 89 !
j rirevlt C0ar4.l3adfed 1950. In the above named i of Lot In Wood. 41 ft
.aT-Ucorofsmi8- F. Keller Act. Florida la (.kaN.r7. C...ty. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff : lawn 1* I III SI *.4 ft nN:1I: 41 ft
lee 55 U
: L. rA to
Ithodeui Oall
seeks .. Bt i
Joseph dlvorc *. thence W
.rNE&rn S 10$ .- J. Shallcross, Plaintiff va Bradford County Lot 3*, In 'Vo."I..w", 19 1 II 19 l.. l.., Rllod.n .. I
Irene Telegraph beg
fihallcroaa. shall publish Order NH of Lot 44, In WoodJ 177i 1',0 ftofR Tarn' .
*t w 210 Ft. for a Pt No. un Defendant. Case In next four weekly U.I.: lawn (7 Ex, R" Burrsll ,..1.

III B>Ft.ir thence 8 105 run Ft. .w M _.: .'.:.,1'f I Order Of Psj'llr* losi .. .. Notice" T* .at Wltnes my hand and official-*esl Lot 2. 8. 4. 7. II. *. I 11, 1* 1 II lOtto IIcllmlel .a* Lot 70 I.ft.I, of Blk Bill Carantxa IS.48 :..
; I
A.wer. STATK Starke. Florida.thIs I 14 tt A. L.
|II Ft. N IDS Ft. : .r \ OK FLORIDA TOI April tt, 21. tl. 5, t.*, Alvares
| to. Irene. Shellcrosa 1950 17. 1*. In Woodlawn. Add toRtark. 11 t 5 I .
JOTWM Lillian
whone 1 II
TK of N 105 Ft. of sa .'.1.5'. Keller Act. ; sis II. 2014 Slat Place., S.. E, residence (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. TII m..... In rr... Rhod.n ".OJ ,Pom at NH' Cor of McCarlynar 8,44 :
Wa.hln.r-
o Ft A Broadway A Hoyt Ht.'
to. D. C: Clerk of said Court. f I.awter Weed .( R.llv.sd tl I aaH BN'"
of *
NW'4 SEWt run N
IOS
'" I You are By Haven r C. ft PI IOS
t"NE'4 Fx: W 40 F. 8S i 8S Eugene Hunter .tune 5. 1950 required In the to appear on Ray Helden. $: lnD ldlnA',. Daytona Lot 1 of Blk 4 ft B JOB ft W 105 ft Ih
i ot6OF': W .... above named D. Randall It.IIEfr ta pt of beg LLlvlngt I
Court Beach Fla. W 75 ft of }
Lot 1 11..1)
100 Ft. N A a In .__._._ A'h and causes__ .wherein_ plaintiff -Altv..... .. .r_-.- .*.i..*. .,.-... .. -_ _. D'" ( OiL... .......... ,,',
? '-
?? .
'R Cor tlr A a-A. ._ :.\ "'. ? uKrarre.shall radrord County Telearaph n e" '" ,.,; : n ... Trakr A. Coxapaay. '-0 .1 :
.ret In NW ('or orI _" next four publish thla Order In 81* CIRfl'lT (;01'11'1'' HR..nIl'OIlD w.1 feYSsT NtOU .1 MR34 U'. M ''I.
\\I 01 SW14 of NW'4 S II "ohn H. Witness, weekly Iaaueu. CoUNTY FLORIDA IN S 4. Lot I of nik t ,
Walker VIIARU nilsabeth 111
Zi24 nE of NB :'_ ..u at mv hand and official seal ('BUY C S It Lot I of Ilik 1 McCoy Act. i
u. of Draod'ay .. .... ", Stark*, Florida, this' May 1, I960 John E Karllk. Plaintiff ".. S&SBVBsT&lSr 4.18 Lot S of nik' S John William 419 'I\
OFFICIAL $PAt. A. J. ; Rnso Lot S of Blk. IS Louvenla( Roblnaon 4.I*
Thomas
oyt 8t.. A run N 1011' M Karllk, Defendant. 1."
Case J,
t. I'J' 52'!. Ft. S 105 By As Clerk of paid Court. 7887 No. v 111k 1 ( JI'. Young III Lot I. I of NIle l I' VT. Robinson, I.IIBlk /
Haven .
W iiI!IS lo.t. to Pt Ray Crosby Deputy Clerk ORDER 011' PUBLICATION :'l 0110. 10. Young 1.11 nik ss A. NH of nik II Corrl A. Turner a It .
It.
Bee I II Relden. Belden BulldlnaDay.. AND NOTICE ')...... .f Lawiey East of I Lot I or Tilk 17 Randolph 11 II ,:
,} Cly. W Colaon 101 tone. Beach Florida. i STATE OF TO APPEAR Railway. !. Sees. s.x: 14 140. Ie 5 M Lot I of filk U Horaer William '.14 j
FLORIDA ;
.
Atty. for to: Rose M. Salll
William
Plf. B-S 4t 1.11 i Lot S of Blk 48 '. $0.5. '
pliseross Murke gtI.a lie Karlik, whose residence lai S10S Lot 1 S-D of E"lk 19 tnnllA irit f.M T, J. Alderman ,
115 Ft 01 wy" of 45th Avenue N ISO ft of the H 331 ft 1 ; 2.15 1.1& .
Long ,
tsj flreull CO.-.f.: Island City New ,
,
,
,,
.. I., ..,,...
Csm Troby *
of BFYo of NEV. of f..ot 0111 eeaar Add t. lark. ;(
Florida l t.......,. York.You f"Rd B.ll Brantl.r S.St JIll S u "
.
sold 1 A W 8! .Id.
0 prcel5 19 I 12 Henry Oriffis Rrnest Wlna are required to appear on on '. .
I'
: : r NEV.' fAN run, .') 8 IS nett Ombeleti nd. Wlnand Plaintiff Defendant.ye Jean- Court May 89.and 1950 cause In, the wherein above. named I l-a'aV* Wlf. Smith 1.U lots: I, S. 1, nf Ilk I* Mr. Mike Marucc: Hilt ''1\
plaintiff Mrs.
Cape Mike
No. Lee
aoo FL for of .. 7KD1 .seeks dlvorc W I Lot 43 Loin 9, 10nf Blk 11 : : Maruea *
a Pt Bradford J {J JLoV'.a Mrs. If :
Order Of P. County At Starry KittIes! Mike
'w Thence run W ... bllstlo. And "'otl.* T* Telegraph shall publish this' Order Lot LOt4IEEN!' Blk 10 Kx Irftts |, |, 1 J. H Maruea 47 "
Appear. Addison
,,
STATfJ Lot
OK 1or\
Jpt. N 60 Ft. E 100 .. ", Jeanette FLORIDA TOl In next% four weekly Issue ** '.' JW.Rohln.on Ilik SI Jim WallsPrimus lito'
1:7-: : Ombelets Wlnand ISO tots IT. 1. 9. nf Blk I IT
: whoa It j
I. 8 60 Ft. to Pt of Witness mv hand and official 0.0.
19 L..3. resfdenc and address is Kue Martha at mark seal J. Whit 15.14 KH of !.<>ls t, S of Blk Carr 488
S 21 Florida this
Lot R. D..crlb.tI. Henry OritfLa ass IS Bruxelles' P/sls/lum' UOft" April 86. 1)11' 8-n It .f .......f.,. I..... L'. a.. III, Ie C If Marvin
You are required to ; 811 Lot.. .10, II II of Orlffla (959
Deed Book 58. Juno appear on I Ray Sheldon., Sheldon Building Day. nik..
; I ft. I960. In the above III
I.ot 3
Ce t7. n S II n.1rr CriUia Court, and named tona Beach Florida. Pa.lin.. Wilson Fran Lot \ Wm. Batln
cause, 1"f Silk 14 44
wherein
I is80S plaintiff lot 1) 2t
I of BUt Atty. for Pit. 4-28 flu
I. West 4t 5-19 lIIa".y Unknown
''n. 810 JI: seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel 5t2. of Nltl4 af 5EV. & Presley Lot I. S. of Blk t 111gb. 188STIT

438 O. V. Los ea-raph shall publish this Order In, iv cinoiiT roinT. BRADFORD t RE" nf SItS4N'A U I Si 1) Clara r.. way Addition to.
a5.I.5.TV5b7 .. C.'. next four weekly Issue 1 ('OtlNTY. FLOHIDt IN of NICI4 of HE'4* .BN1tt4 Dr.o" 11.14 4 II
AU CHAN"Psarl Robt.
Perki a.
Grace
._ Wltnena my hand and official seal' :: of NW" oC Lnts *, T, of .

.f 5 of Lot.IIlk I.U a of Blk -It U 20 I 4 U U Jim MarvIn Wlla 01'11" 1.16 at OFFICIAL 8tarke. Florida. 'thla May 'a. t50. : r.: rl.a ?anTf'lalntlff"vs'..'' 'PavT; "'NPl'4' .+ I -..... IOf"lnra f. Bryson 11.1 ..,RedrIte Tsniplj's, 4 d r\ J'. .. 4 l _...**t...:.. _
( ,
1017 SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Ourrloan NW'4 01 NW'.4 or AW\4\ 16 I 'U S SI
; { Defendant Case No. 78i.. ..11. .11) Blue\: J. Dinkine Bl.. II. Smith
As Clerk .... m.t. t II NH of Lot 4 A. all 174.OT
of said of uf Lot _
fOf
.iat.s-Tr..bi 4 c. elm 0'i NEI4 .r 1IIE" ,, .' By Haven Court. ORDER: OP PUBLICATION S44! _, NE76 8EV. "' .. ft SH .''!.... ",
I of hIlt 11 21 I 12 Crosby Deputy riorlc. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR IS I II 5 Wlllltt Cain of Lot 4 F.K ;,,1';_:"
I of P1k 45 .. IS I 13 Homer WillIams- 1.15 Itt Frank I-andrum, Btarke, Florida STATS' OF FIX)HTDA to David FIll:"" of NW\4\ or IOJI:' IS I 18 10 C. C. PresS II'T fl' 88 ft of Itlk 19 /

lot Ulk 43 U 0 Ii 'Sallie 1'. J. Williams 1141 for Plf 5.5 4t C-S. nnrrlsran. whoa rsldnc I I.: Un .E'A. of NE\4 of !EVc of'NE' II Stars Temple's Add to .. j
Alderman 14 known .. I II S8 S II
Laura B. IS
.5 Add t. It..... !. Clrenlt ('.'o..t Bradford. Co: .atr. You are required to appear on W'.4n SE'Of NE% ot Coy 1.11 Lots 9. i* nf nik 17 McRa I 14

10 of Slit 29 15 S II I. B. Florida In t ......,.. May, 89, 1950, In the above named WA! II I II P. R. Finn Temple'S Add to
Wllkl.
.... An.cela' Dieck mann, Plaintiff va Court and caua.. wherein plaintiff 4 A or NE% of I II Lot Htark as ( .SS Ethel Bin
huret !I.'. DI. Tohn Kdward; Dleckman, Defendant. seek divorce. car, custody and NW nf NW II' II 1 C. B. Bennett in of nik 89 Peek's 111I t
5. S of IJlk B It'.11 Wm.. ,Case No. 784 control of the two minor children That portion of NW\4\ of5W24 $947 Addition to Btarko 84 4 88 t. D. Wllk
D. Fracl .
Sanders .... Order Of PufciloaH And Nlle T. and restoration of former name lyIng W otSt.R" nik A, Pesk. *

,le'e Add t. 8f..... .. : .,. ., A....... BTATR O1 FLORIDA TOl Bradford County Telegraph a ball NO. 100 B. E of old W.. AI1t:... Addition to Stark II 4fllr .It, James M.. Walker 1."
I, I. a 01 ,.' John Edward St. R" No. U B. ala. .
81k publish this
II .1 II .J t / Dleckman whoa res Order In next four ,
,; ,Lwla KOI I IT. :idence A. address la care Paul'. Iteetaurflt. weekly. Issue Ia iltf';. oOI: lark a.li w A. (:'. A...".. f. ........ M C u

a... 01"' No!!. 03! Ird Avenue Brook. .Witness mv-,. band and official seal u. _. .. 1 tMt.it of 'Uk' i!
101'. '. P of Blk l'It U SS H A. Honaaaa 1.14'' lyn. New York: at stark.. .Florida, thl. April cc. in WflUSLt.fl'i "' 0. K\: IK ft of WH, of'l'4104: ,_ J. B. Nlckl '.u.
Kite 800 A. n" of ltd No. tlEx
I 1i..1 Sam Vu are required to appear on 1950 of \
Stout NffiH NI .
e
"[ of Blk I SI S ss Nathaniel lit June S. 1950. In the above named OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas, a. triangular* piece parcels soil KM. Kx ,"W
i of Bik a Crunnell 1.75 SSSftB&' W N 0, S* 5 (( 1
1t..1 H. A. MaAaana Court and cause wherein plaintiff A* Clerk of said Court. on Cam at BID Cnr of Henry Orlffl. ..(. \
,. I* of Blk I st I si H. A. > SOS seeks divorce. custody and control Ry Haven Croabv D C. end' by ill ft N *. S of BRU of NBH. : -

I. S, I of Blk S It. II H. A. Manassa Manasia 1.75I of minor children and continuanceof Ray Helden Relden BuildIng. Daytona on W side In NB Cor St I 81NWH 88 :la.... A. ColllaaIS ".14 N 807t for NHH nt of A h-run I)

Lot 100 Ft. 8u. In 01 aupport of children. Bradford Rxach Florida. \ of 8WH of NEB '" .' thenc run W ,
a NB Cor ot that |'County Talea-raph shall publish this Atty. for Plf. 4." 4t I.U : R lilt ft of BWH otAW4 N 50 ft B 100 ft 100 H SO ft 'rr*., I

rtlon of 814 of SEW Order In next, four weekly Issues. \ of BEH\ II 5 SS Unknown 41 rt to .pt nf ng'
8WIj;, hat lie. W Witness my hand and official seal CALL FOR BID*) 1'11'1\4' \ of NWW of flWH\ 88 I 88 10 Richard Wl..ln.I t... of Lots 1 A' 4 of 1* 0 II. Henry Orlfflaaa (.n (

Highway I J S St 8. B. at Htarke. Florida this May 3. 1930. Notice In hereby Riven that the Et4 rot BEH of NWH otNWo "ft\\11< 1 Oa.klns Addi
ol' KB* ot sw,, w Simmons Etal 14 tl OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas Board of County Commissioners of II I II, Thomas Paw.re 111 lion la Town of
Road 200 Ei t As. Clerk. nf said Court. Bradford County Florida will r*. S% 01 N% nf NWVSofBWH Rtark

Suln 8B Cor Ex Ry Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk.. oelv I sealed bid at the County \ *. SWWJf5N4Wt(, lW'4ofNR4&W'4of' 19 1 Cnknawa (14 I'
.
L<.t T Frank Court House In of BWH ,
81 (I.andrum Stark, Florida, Starke. Florida. un. MIdt4ofNPil4&Nli\ .
< M S. B. Simmons, Etal 79 11ALVAREZ' Atty. for Plf. I-I 4tII 1.11 til 10 00 AM. o'clock on Monday NH\ of SWH of SW 88 I 13 SS 7. W. Rlgdan A of NW(4( of
1."
Jun 5, 1950, for the furnishing: of EH: of Lota 4$. 49 InWoodlawn "*"_ 8VVH 84 I aaLlaeolo 18 Marsh PYymsr Act.I tl.tt
... .
.. .
Carl
: CIRCUIT; all labor and material and for |19 I 88 10 '
COURT. HNADFORDCOUNTY the ". w. Rldon City enlt .f
Tax" Collector. Cl: ef Stark 114 8MH W .1 By, n .I SI
.
y Lots
FLORIDA 1 N tHAN-: erection of a county Jail building to oJ'a.n: 80.. 49, In ,
('I -- --- -- Patty 1... Presoott.; Plaintiff. ".. O t.. vioriaa, under tn* provision, Lots 0' 7. I'. 11. I'. SS, Lots. 4, 7 of Ulk I louisa Johnson lilt ;
D Prescott. Defendant. C4 No. Section 19501 and 135 02, 13. 'in Woodlawn 88 S 11 70 n. R. Mlddlehrookt 17 (H loOt 4 of Blk .' VTm. McCUod 19 91
STORE Men's Clothing; 7 -64 Statutes and Resolution No. NW'1Ior BWH' of NKH:\ 84 f 88 10 O. C. OeOroff 4111TO Lot 1, 4 of Bib II. "Wm MrCUod 117
Established I1I1 I ORDER OF PUBLICATION adoptad by said Board and 0'1 of NWH Ot Lot of Hlk I HerurltV Louisa. JohnsonUnknown 411It
1894 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Inc to plans 'and specifications I SEH W of Rd *4 1 SI t W. T. Crawford Homeult In NWH of a

:: I STATE OF FLORIDA tot O. 1>. on file In the office of A. J. .:: Lot I? Peetsvlll. 88 I SS It Oeo. Whimsy til NWH tt I II' ;. \
Prescott, whose residence and address Clerk' of Clrrult Court of Ilra.ifordCounty Commence at SW Core Lois A. 9 nf nik S Lake .SI

., III: Unknown. : r; ': I.i'.a and ex nfflelo Clerk You are required to appear on of aCid, the -County Court run N 130 ft for pt of NRH of NEH (4' II \

May 89. 1990 In the above named. Hous In Fllark: *. Florida Much plan hew thence run, n' 74ft f4W '/, of NE:'4 of lOW V. S 7 81ta K H B Mlm t1 :
FOR Court and cause, wherein-. plaIntiff and specifications. are available tr.) N Sill ft W 7 50 ft BH nf NWli\ of HK(4( Albert Ucblnk* axta
YOUR REQUIREMENTS .seek divorce Bradford County; bidders' at the office' of said Clerk II "4Sn ft to pt of ben. NP'4" ot. .2 '
CAS Telegraph' shall publish I this Order and also at the office of Ja.. Campbell Ex II rt 89 5 SS ,8 nay Hamilton "" IIS Lot 7 nf Blk' 8, Little I LydIa Cfollln.! *7
I In next four weekly Issues Roa-ers. II, Architect of Winter SH, nf 8EH: of 8K'4'! of Hollywood M-l A.. desn I

It Pays T7'adeiM Witness my hand and official sealat Park Florida Vlnam-lal detail NW'4' IS ( SS ( Diii'. Ball Brantlert I." In Deed. Hook 40, |.ig* ,
Slade Starke Florida this April 28, are available at the office of said KH' of 8WH of 1'I' KH' of 4'IL 1 7., .
1950. Clerk. NWH lit NE'4' of RI't( >, of NWW. to Laura Caaco I titill
Tit.
PUOPANE"'" OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas A certified check or bid bond In NW U, nf NBWnNWU MW\\ ..'. All Ihnt portion nf BU Cora Lee V. Steven* .

GA'SAppliances .A* Clerk of said Court. the amount of five <5) per cant of e> \ NE% of of flEH nl "R<4 W of t'"' ,
GAS By Haven Crosby I>. C. the amount of the bid must accompany NEW OI-I'IW'4' 85 I 88IS It John Hampton inS County graded Hd II. T aasa
.1
Charles R. Hess 104-05 (Ouaranty all bids for the purpose of The dU nf thstof portion '. ,_ Com 70 yds W of Rill Anthony Lasaresyk 11aiTT :
Life jUde Jacksonville, Fla. good faith: all unsuccessful bidders' nf NKV4 of 8WM, that Cnr nf Hen, i
Atty. for Plf. 4-8 4t I-It checks" will b* returned promptly I : ..1.. W of Rd No 1* W 149 fl N 1:11)frUj: ; ':
the successful blddsr' rheck will, b* R' 1IotinNW'or 840 ft B TIC ft .
SLADE to beg 14 I lI."
GAS COMPANY Inc. .v rinrviT <'oi'RT. BRADFORD retained until contract Is entered 0"r E W bv lAd r 'ir. Lot 14 of Plk. 14 19 1 It I' tt. n. A. Clara Kaloh I
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COIIMTV FLORIDA. IN 1IIAK-: Into and performance bond furnished ftNBHBEB$14I !: ,'i IH. A In RW Cnr of ,. I. fihaferLula ST*

('rUY.; the Ptoard reserves the right 10 fl. I < J..' tt. Strickland' 94 NW'4o1lIlBfl4A' ', { 'I',
E. Call St. Starke Fla. Laura Estrtl Mavlnnl, Plaintiff i-e'ect, sOy and all bid. and to waive Lot In NWCor of 8H In NW Cnr of IIW% of

vs James R Maglnnla, Defendant Informalities nf NEH ef :J't"i ft $EC'4: helner 181 ft fl
Caa* '4n. 789 ; This' notice t* to b* published In F W by .N A W by 840 ft N A. H III 1 .' P
ORDER OF PTOLICATION eight consecutive weekly issues of BR I 81I Mr.. w. ". Epperson '.88 Ilik 0 Hampton Park Bank .II..'
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Bradford County Telegraph a weekly W ISO ft of NWH nfMEH ot BP::'% 8 'spt.4 f
FOR' ALL' TYPES OF STATE' (IF FLORIDA to: James newspaper published In Btarke, W of Rd all 8W>4 of NwCf( *.ew' '

residence and I Florida., next precedIng June 8, NEH ofNWt4Hof\ '- of NWH Of BWW. Sea. .

PEST CONTROL cidlr..n.Unk : I 1950___. _, ,__.__0__ __ ___.. ._Lu_ ,.,,,Hy..:.. __".. .. ._._". 81 .t TtobC. Ttun!** 11719t' U .., .... &_1.r_.. aaran_ .__L (
You are required to appear on "ft.... n. 'nantomm".lOn"r., n r. u. .. .. .. '-'am..a' Bt..... co. '. 4 It SH "f NRH' of 1I14!:! B nruggr I'"
' WRITE OR PHONE May I*. 1950 In the above named nf Bradford Countv, FloridaM NW", or "Pl, ii I II 1/1/ .T. H. Lancaster .51 fiKH nr > LOR Court and cause, wherein' plaintiffseeka r>. HARRPLL. Chairman.ATTEST IIW\4 nf "I':"" II S II 10 "a.ch..1 ....0.. "u S A In I'IW Cor of eE" A. WsnrSI ( 11." r if

VPEST CONTROLand dlvorc Bradford County :: A. J. Thomas, Clerk W..of H'J1 of BB'4 II C II II Cameron Stove Co. 64. o, NEtS II 1 -1 Wm.
H.
Telegraph I shall publish this Order REAL:: .) 4-14 it '.1 N ,1 P
CHEMICAL sit of foflowiaf alt ... R-W on 8e" line A .
CO. lttt: of NE W ofRd299&
ISO % r"n'N' en R.W 7O yd* ."

N. Ala. St. __ Gainesville Ph. 6035 R'4of71W14af W 85 yd* R 70 yd. la. ..
Termites NOTICENotice $1974. Ba: I A In Bee f.m. thence n it '. : .

Rodents AU Household Pests HW Ce II S II 15 Elmer V, VanBrunt .'.11 bag % Ale BE4! of '
otlt I'ruofJnc WI,4, of NE4" of lW 4 ,lw H IS 1 ; ," :': .
- Flame Proofing I t. hereby given that the follnwlns described land will ha 0, NE'4 1. I.. II I la!. r. Stanley ..., 1 If* as Desn Deed Bk A. K.
sold at publio onth day May. 1950. ar Stark, th* County rf t.A fir W of 1'V14 tIT Pa-* tiT 1 I II K.lsey I
loitpcctlona and KatU.u.te. liveR Graduate oIer. f Bra ford. ;t't: I'J.I.o: : pa yOat amount due for lave hreunderto "f.IIJI I' S II 4 WIlbur Hunter 433 AH that portion of WH ,', Walter Swindell
by set opposite to the .earn, together with all costs of such sal. and I A in P4PJ ('orof 1% I of NK14 of KK(4( K ot Ii 1

Kntoroologbita. (University of Florida). advertising- ,"f 1C0% : R) I I stsa I Tony
Drumgo
Demptle1 R. p W by 410 flBH': of 8WH .f NW'11 S : 11 Julia
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Sapp RoT v. Role 0..1..1. .., :". R. Acres ,Owoev Tszes rt" OJ It 5 Wnt Tyson. .r. III Com at MIS Cor of BWH R. Kelley

..f NWn'\. III: II. 8 II 10. Va..o. larukirsoit 411 of NWH A run W I 11
All thai portIon of 1'1'1'4' ., W''f of MB4' lr SKiS .1 C ., ft to W side of Rd for
of NE'4 N of River JS 7 9 I V'nknowol SI. A I. HE ('or It S n II Ernest Dell 813 n pt ef beg thence

f.otN 13. H. 01 HIlt 2., COM at M' ('or or Maui .,. run W 144 ft N' 453: ft
Town .f New River. B. Yun W 191 ft for a ', K 414) fl tn Rrt thi>ni> AND Pac" II A 14 OJ III I'nknown 11* I.t .r beg thence run ., .' 8 along' W aid of R<1 .
SI'4.of: NE"I IS. OJ III 411 Blisa Wilson 10 17 N lOll ft W It N tn pt of beg II' II I
B.ALVAREZ&SONWe CO. NW" of SE". t 1 U 40 Lloyd Clark 141 lAs ft 91' I.*.. 10'' to PI '. .d. Let I W of A adjoin.Ing Ira C Frailer ".11

E.g hlt. II) II 8 z.et.r I'r.yaU It II Delaney Av. The

Reed ('It? .,,7 :III .. Coin at.. II11J ('or .r .See $ i. Steven 8-D of NWH ..
local A .an W III ft fur aj of NEH! IS I II
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operate Lots I. I. 10 A. 11 oC l';;; 'lBik. t of beg thence run ,', Stebbln 1.11
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ml/l,5t r: :r. Wt:1 'I' se se'eded Is flail B_!> t. P... 49Mlllard
St long distance Loll ot Slk I i&ra,1. .... 0..... 442til ; ; 52 II U

Cool at II W Co... of91W .. el beg. Ii') S II ,- Lester Pre"att $571 WH. of Lot 14 R
Judd
of HE ( .. rip e Cons 41" ft 1'1' from "''IIJ 'N., lAt' ef Blk D Busasj 75$

anywhere In V. S. lOT 2-1 ft. N. 240 ft.." '... 'or of "WI' or \C, _' -.. : Traet I U Carl Vollknpfn Gross Lii
W sal 1.1 ft. H 200 ft. .. rtinWlftN ') .A", ." of NWH* of 8WH, 18 ( aa U L.
EXCELLENT to Pt. or H""'. I 1 U I II. B. I1tok. It B 1111 II S IC f&.j .. A parcel. a* ...... In Parka '.21

IIW,", ot NW'4 &. all te pi 01 ..... II' J..pbl". EII..oa ..... Deed Book (1 pee 841 84Beark ( 1 If. I. Rby, Jr.f .
NW4! ofNW' Not Rd II' 1 10 eo R. R C'rlt 8 IT aaM I.U
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8 01 RI I' 1 10 11 R. R. Carlton 877 LoteLSffllk; 1 fr. &MasaB SIC Lot 11 .. IS! Clem

A FACILITIES WI4OfNE'1 ofNEAa \ Lot I ef Jllk I flab Sleet '.14 fx>t II W. H Scott IOU
cents Foi'Deicher :% ot !NR'/S 11 1 10 It II. 11 M.ttN 11194J Lot 1 01 PIlL I If. A. ManE5. 410 Lot II Mr*. Martha Matthew IS 44)

of Lot I of Bile I Nathaniel C..l t It Lot I* Sill
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: li ot E.:1: W.j; : Lote S of 131k 1 A. 410 A Spearing (1.(SM
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See first! NEk. x W I I '.ot Ite It Sq. in Mid" .
Rros : us A .f ('nr of that portion oft4 Lot I "
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g4otSEi4&1ldSBCO0fN'0 of 8Ji4 of "W'4
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that II.. W of 111_". 3 R. XELLT. '

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County School Board planning period of the 1949-B;p person in charge of the school Osborne for a leave of absence I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST order A"_r..f _TATMSilnVner ..1..1.Of.. .Aed...ORIDA Netlee TOl T., ,I t.en party said In the property City and other of free Starke debris of weedsunderbruehing shall andshall wrfght rtorldatt .X"yor ot the City v

school term.; activity. for the school year beginning July OF LATTER DAY SAINTS A w-I ld. whose reMdenoeIfi Keep lacked or In orderly ing hereby CtoM"y that
Outlines Policies and June 30 1951 The Church of Jesus Christ of It* Mount VliFnon Street, Boston arrangement all materials, bulldlnv Ordinance N" tilt.
It was agreed that the future, 3. That the person so designatedwill 1. 1050 ending Massachusetts: otherwise, located on said pro- and r"Ularly '121.A It
Concerning BussesIn policy of the Board with, reference I accompany the students on the was granted by the Board. Latter Day"Salnta conduct Sun- Too are required' to appear! on or perty. .t Council the .t its reguler6r ,a

to the use of county-owned transportation bus The Superintendent recommended day school every Sunday morning June U. 1160, In the. above. named Section. t. That from and after tbafreotlve Tuesday City Nay Hall, Slurp.rah.
equipment will be contingent at 10 o'clock and sacrament services seeks. divorce.cause "" County Telegraph .. date of tills Ordinance any t. 1950.
view of the fact that the summer 4. That a speed limit on such that payment of bonds ot In owner or occupant of real propertyIn The above JOHNS
upon the following; conditions Special Tax school District No. 12 each Sunday evening1 at shall ptiblli-h: this Order the City of Btarka who falls 01' .nd ; CI
session for 1950 begins of 40 miles ance
chool : trips In excess per 8:30 o'clock in tile U S. O. next four weekly Issues. refuses to comply with the provi.dons this received end npproiq
June 12, the School Board hour will be reported to the Board be made to the owners thereo Witness my hand and orll'I,1, seal of this Ordinance within ten 4th day Of May,,
on 1. That permission will not. be building on N. Temple Ave. The May 11,1160.OFFICIAL Ill
of the This bond Issue mature on Oct. .t Starke, Florida, this 1101 day. after being notified by 3 Hay
In WA
lit IU meeting; here last week a- granted to use school busses for by the person charge trip. L. public La cordially Invited to all ( : SEAL) A. J. Thomas the City Clerk. of the City of StarkeIn 6.11M I/WA/
5. That the equipment gas and 1, 1953. A. Wynn owns one A. C'1.rk ot said 'o"rt writing- comply with said Or- 1.11 at I
creed unanimously to grant a activities not. directly connected oil will be furnished by the Board. bond, $25O, and Mrs. D. W. Moore services By Haven Crosby Deputy cl"Attys dlnnnce, shall upon conviction be
of absent to with the general school for Pit Ii-I!9 U2 I only of a misdemeanor and shall I. ('Resit Ce.r ,
professional leave program. owns three bonds $750, and will ... Rrall
Payment and salary for the bus I. Irmlt ( .. Bradford l'eaatyp. f punished by a fine of not more rlerldpl Is ('a. M
to attend 2. That responsibility for the use, .. ...... I: TAAa : : ; e.rry,
desiring .
suty teacher driver If required shall be paid accept face value plus Interest to .1. I. (9a.eeey. ORelN-- &O. than fifty Dollars ((160) or by Imprlnonment Frank A. Knapp
and Japer 1. Krank., I'lalntlff VH. Sarah Ordliiaare te regsire ewaere In the,, City Jail for notmore Martha Jr Pittel
of
school for the last three care operation county own- k
fiumnsr the Per. maturity. The Board approved Tucker .. .......... .al araorrty la A189f' "
by sponsoring activity. Kranke, l>fendant of r .. than thirty days, or by both Came No. : DD' Dlb.
day; June 12, 13, 14, of the post- ed equipment be designated to one I i mission\ shall be granted by the payment of this bond Issue provided Cane No. 7817. tae c'lh. of II....... Bradford. (oatr. such fine and Imprisonment, In the'dlcr..tipn
Order .f PnkllnitloB A.d Notlre TAepxxr. rl.rI.... ta keep. said properlyfre of the Mayor. AlWi'TO ** '
County Superintendent, upon recommendation permission Is granted by crape OP FLORIDA TO of wreda, nderbrBi.hlii. aaaotkvr :> A. FLol11
I . or !iI..tlon/ .1. In lieu of much fine andImprisonment dance .
of the for the State Board of Education. Sarah Tinker Kranke. who. reHl- dearlai r M lrln wa ra In 865 Wret 811Io
.:JACUZZI MYERS principal dance I. Evlnvton Virginia! ........... of said properly. to keep. the work City of Starke York New York flit 814,
field and activities .. .aiat may perform the required by
: trips generally You are required to appear 01 atarkrd la crest a r aa"; You
WATER SYSTEMS recognized as a part of the school Cattlemen Hear June 12, 1950, In the above! named ell .....rI.l... .balldlaaita. .r..lsr, this hall Ordinance.heroine, and a Hen the costs airalnst thereof the Juno U.are 1960. gInlrthe.
Court and cau e wherein plalntfefdr Inratetf .. said aroaprtr.. provldlasr Court b.
program. I ..k> divorce., Bradford County Telegraph _.....1.. for ,,101..1.a and repeal. real property on which the work Is seeks. divorce and cause u legraph
Talk On tradfurdIt
It was voted to contact Sanford PasturesAt hall publish this Order In lax all Ordlaanf.. or parla of Ordlnoarra done.
Well & Pump Co. next four weekly leaues.WttneMM In .....flirt kerewllk.Whereas Section 4, All Ordinances and next four h weekly I\\ ihl/p
Keystone W, Coin, architect for the Board May 8 MeetingMembers my hand and official .n.aat after due and carefuronslderatlon part or Ordinances In conflict herewith ( Issues \
and have him provide the Board 1'1..k., Florida this May 8. 1860 the City Council of are hereby repealed. at Starks Florida,,, fhi. ,.rt
(OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. ThomanAn the City of Starke, Bradford County Section 5. This Ordinance shall (OFFICIAL '
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA. with an estimate of the total and guests of the Brad- Clerk of laid Court: Florida In of the opinion thatIt take effect Immediately upo SEAL) 'JVQalneavtlle
cost of the present building; needs ford County Cattlemen' Asaocla By Haven Crosby, Deputy! Clark would be In the public Interest. nitpvuge. and approval by the RI' Haven Crosityk 01,lOW
Attys for Pit. -lt 4t2 to require owner or occupants of JAMES A. LEWIS, n""j f'PIlI)
SERVING STARKE & VICINITYPIPE of the county. I tlon heard an*interesting and informative ;: real property the City of Htarke, Chairman City I: ZaAdk kte, ::" I'B
A I. Clmlt C.-a..f.: .. 0...tr. / said property free J ,
request by Mrs. Grace W. talk on pastures by two Florida' to keep Attest: CARL JOHNS City Florida
Florida !. C........ of weeds, underbrushlnaand I other To the Hoaorable J. K. Wain. '
Attys, for
PUMPS i agronomists from the) University Mayola Borden Campen Plaintiff debris and to require said owner Pit. ,.u
vii. 3on ph O. Campen, Jr. Defendant of said property In .-
of Florida as a feature of the or occupant
& THREADED SERVICEDREFINEMENT regular .
CUT
Cane No. 7SM. aid City to keep lacked or In
$tlaiAA eznsi monthly meeting held May 8 Order .f Pakllratl.a A.. IVetlre TA orderly arrangement all material.
in the county courthouse. ......... STATE OK PLORIUA TOt' or otherwise, located on
: JoHeph Q Campen Jr., whone residence ":I d'r.p.. .
Dr. O. B. Killlnger brought out la Edenton. North Carolina "NOW. therefore be It ordained by
the fact You lOr.qulr.\ ." to appear on thOclt Council; of the City of WATER SJSrEMSI
i there are some 30 mU- Jupe It, I9SO. In the above named Btarke. Bradford County Florida
lion acres of undeveloped land In Court and caune wherein plaintiff Beet Ion I. That from and after .
Florida, of which peeks divorce. Bradford County Tel- the effective date of this Ordinance.all : i N.4 FINANCED
approximately graph' shall publish this Order In owners or occupant of real
I 20 million are used for grazing next four weekly laauea.Wltnene .

and according to the latest figures, at Starke.mv Florida hand, and this May official 8. lisa.seal pro-I No Dowsi. Payment!

about one million acres In Improved (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..I. Thomas
As Clerk of paid Court
pasture. Also that there By Deputy Clerk .
HOWARD'SBR
are from 6 to T million acres in Attya, ;:rn'pflo.bY. -ll 4t f-l \ .

in every necessary detail in a Service carpet gr.... Beef production per la .k. C...< .-.fk... C...," "...... _
acre ranges all the way from 5 redtcrd C....". ....1..., !. Pr*.
available and known for
locally widely .. !katr.In. aae14 .ate
per year from Improved ,.
pasture : Estate of J. B. Alexander,
its modest cost, its wholesome courtesy Y'OU can cover every scarand ,which has been limed, fertilized Dereaeed '
To All Creditors and Persons Casing & Water Pumps
and always tactful sympathy bring; oat all the and ''grown with a legume. )-svinf Claims: or Demands Against Furnished
original beauty and finish Calcium content, so Important for Said Estatei

with good animal'growth. Is increased notified You and and each required of you are..hereby any ,

SO percent by liming. claims and demands which you or
DeWITT C. JONES : either of you, may have against the
J 1.c J. R. Henderson extension agronomist estate of J. B. Alexander deceaavd. Complete Systems
Ready
to
Use
gave ten Important points late of said County to the County :
Phone 7 Starke Fla.
Judge of Bradford County Fllrlda
just the thing to keep constantly to consider In planning building, at his bfflce In the courthouse of We Have The Famous JACUZZI Pumps

used furniture snd maintaining "improved] pastures said County at Starke. Florida. ,

Funeral Director Ambulance Service looking; like new. I ,. and stressed the point that the within time eight of the calendar first. publication months from of Can oa in for reliable, drag '

a'good"pasture once started needs. thin notice. Each claim or demand
Our local funeral home enables u* to,offer convenience and Won't crack creek hall be In writing and shall state and health need at worthwhile
services sot otherwise ayallaWe.W.u .' or turn liming if good beef production is the place of residence and post of Don't Forget We Install These Water Systems I
.' white. It's'very easy to to. be obtained. The talks were flee addries of the claimant and .....lnCWe! pride ourselves on
hall be sworn to by claimant .. To Use! Nothing Down Small Monthly PtE.
apply. Dries overnight. accompanied by a series of color vent, or attorney, and any each the scrupulous exactness which
slides which graphically claim or demand not so filed shall
Illustrated -
\ ia-h the highest type; service at lowest prices, snddmnspt be void. \ .
ANT life Insurance policy In force Weed by ANTaompa.y .SISTRUNKFeed the highlight of the message Ada P. Alexander, A* administrator cues Into every single prescription -
; Over 30 member and guests at. of the Estate of As executovof
a* payment: la part er la full oa fuaeral. & Seed Store tended the the Last will and Testament of we
meeting. Honorary J. B Alexander, deceased. filL'r.
Consultation carries no obligation. .STABKE, ILA.I memberships were voted to V.' R First publication May 11,- n50. -. E E. T. Shull-Plumbing & Heal
0IIt '.1
Ferguson and T. K. McCIane. Jr PHONE 79
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J. R. I. rirraK V...... Bradford C...,,,.
Walnwrlght
was elected DIrector Temple Avenue Starke, Fla.
Florida I la c..........". !.
to represent the Associationin Margaret N. Weld. Plaintiff, vs Phone 144' -:- Starke, Fill
the State Association. Sumner A. Weld Defendant Case ,

President Maurice Edward, Jr. No. 1813.

I i- ; 1 urged to all Join who and are participate not membersnow in e a ti-


furthering the cattle Industry In

Bradford County. Dues are f 7.50a

I year, which include a subscription


'1 1I I. Florida to are cattle a protected magazine raising from;devoted all members cattle to- The 1951 Kaiser is here !


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I thieve by the $500 reward paid

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benefit such as discussion of com-

i' mon problems, pooling of resources,, -

etc.Date '
of next meeting was set for '*

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